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THE 3RI ECKENRILXU E NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IIYOLo XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1906 8 Pates ISO 16 A1 PROMINENT EDUCATORA- SK SUPPORT FOR MR GULLIO- The Man For the Place Say State Supt Fuqua and M A Cas sidy School Worker A LIFE DEVOTED 10 EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT II Frankfort Ky October 4 1- I Mv Dear FrlendI am writing to you in the interest of Mr E A Gullion of Henry county candidate for Superi- tendent t of Public Instruction It has been my pleasure to know Mr Gullion during his long service as County Superintendent of Carroll county and as editor of a paper at New Castle I both positions he has been an ardent advocate of improved education iin latter years using the columns of hi paper advancing the cause of Kentucky schools During my term of office many iim- provements have been made in educa tion Two Normal Schools have bee m established the term increased fro five to six months the per capita ha 5 grown to 330 the largest in the his toryof the State I have planned mud other work that will greatly redound t6 the benefit of the schools and if elect ed I am satisfied that Mr Gullion will push these plans to execution I shalll remain in school work as a member of his State Board of Examiners and as such will be closely identified with th cause of education Thanking you for your cooperation in the past and trusting that you will1 Jielp Mr Gullion in the State primary Nov 6 I beg to remain Yours very truly JAS H FUQUA Sr Supt Pub Instruction Lexington Ky September 30 1906 My Dear Friend As a school man my interest in the coming Democratic Primary centers in the nomination of a State School Superintendent I am in terested in this for two reasons As a Democrat I feel a pride in having my party offer the best available man to the voters of the Commonwealth Asa school man whose heart and strength have been given to the cause of edu cation I am doubly interested in hav ing a man elected to this office who t honest able progressive and whose experience in school work fits him to grapplq intelligently with the burning question of the day How may the country people have as good education al advantages as those of the cities Feeling that these two ends may be more nearly gained in the nomination otnd election of Hon E A Gullioni than in that of any of his opponents I t shall gladly vote for him He is a ma and a Democrat of whom no Kentuck inn need feel ashamed when it come- to voting at the regular election His e a true man and lifelong Democrat Above all he is preeminently qualified both by training and experience for the aspirest but his training that peculiarly fits him fo Superintendent of Public Instruction 1 Has been in the rural school as teacher 3ahd n s Superintendent o f County Schools His Ipng experience as teacher rin the county schools places him iin ficiose touch with the humblest rura school in the State and in sympathy With poorly paid struggling teachers Everywhere His sixteen years experi fenceas county school superintendent r Ihas made him familiar with the entire gtool system He knows the strong fand the weak places and he can Intel lEgently direct its operations from his iit day in office willie one without t f lis v sexingIuI i TLoving Kentucky as we dowe all wmt to take from her the disgrace o Ikeracy Before we can make much fJ G l progress we must have a leader that i sj tried and true Such a man is Gullion oppositiotSDemocrats and Republicans recognize sI fitnosN urate a new era in education for rural Kentucky something which we earnestly desire Yours for better things educationally M A CASSIDY SOME TIIINqS THAT E A GULLION HAS DONE 906Prof E A Gullion has probably hadl more to do with common school legislation than any other schoolman iin thne amendments that have been made in the common schoolllaw in the last six teen years and pressed them upon the Legislature having been selected for that purpose by the Kentucky Educa- n tional Association He served without compensation too Among the amend ments was one abolishing the short term schools- s fIfelected State Superintendent Mr Gullion will not only know the wants of the schools and school system but will know how to meet them so far as legislation is concerned BOARD OF 5FAIR DIRECTORS Articles of Incorporation Filed WilllDirect County Fairs Hardinsburg Ky Oct 30Spec- ialThe subscribers to the capital 1stock of the Breckenridge Fair Association met at the court House Saturday afternoon signed and acknowledged the articles of incorporation and elected the following board of directors C V Robertson W R Moorman J M Howard John D Shaw G N Lyddan T J Hook Willis Green Joseph Glass cock and Jno P Haswell Jr The di rectors will meet later and elect the of ficers One hundred and fiftyseven shares were represented at the meeting The first half of the stock will be due and payable January 1 1907 LECTURE TONIGHT Rev C W Musgrove D Df to Address Citizens of Clo verports At a massmeeting of the citizens of Cloverport at the Methodist church this evening Rev C W Musgrove D D will deliver an address in the interest of the training school for boys which will be established in Cloverport in the near future Now that the school is virtually as sured for this city the people should enter into hearty accord with those who have been instrumental in its location itsnbehalf Rev Musgrove is a forcible speaker- S and will give the people an insight into the many advantages to be derived from such a school not only to the boys and young men who may attend but to Cloverport in many ways Let every one come out and hear this able speaker and show their apprecia tion in securing this institution for this- r city Speaking begins at 730 Wednes day evening at the Methodist church BACK FROM ARMY John Johnson Receives Honorable Discharge as Soldier 1John Johnson who left Breckenridge county three years ago to lead a sol diers life in Uncle Sams army has re turned home having received an honorable discharge after serving the three years time enlisted for Mr Johnson was stationed at Alaska with the regular troops the greater part of his service His brother who is now in the army will returnrhome next month when his time will have expiredI 4 Moved to Town V Mr Chas Pate and family haveI moved to Cloverport and are occupying purf WeatherholtonI Elm street 4 f- sj y WATTERSON AND POWELL IGive Reasons For Supporting Senator McCreary In Sena torial Race The Hon Henry Wattorson editor of the Couricr Journal in concluding a long and brilliant editorial in the paper of date October 25th 1906 says First that Senator McCreary iis better qualified for Senator or for any other position of honor and trust than Gov Beckham Second that Senator McCreary being the sitting Senator and having discharged the duties of Senator with distinction and fidelity it would be an act ingratitude and folly on the part of the party he has served so long andswell to turn him out Third and finally that Mr Watter son believes the defeat of Senator Mc Creary and the choice of Gov Beck ham would seriously endanger at the ensuing election the ticket thus named by the Primary for the reason that by pursuing no other rule or policy than that of you scratch my back and Ill scratch yours Govenor Beckham has lowered every standard andweakened eery tradition which in days gone by made for the exaltation of Kentucky at home and its glory abroad thus raising up in every part of the State disaffec tion among its best and truest Demo crats and as many of those greatly fear sowing the seeds of his own and his partys distruction Extract from letter written jby Rev Dr E L Powell pastor now and fur many years of the First Christian church of Louisville Ky toRev II D MacLachlan of Shelbyville Ky October 5th 1906- I cannot bring myself to vote for Beckham The man has not beer square I do not think that the temperance people are called upon to per mit themselves to be played with by an insincere man The above statements coming from the sources they do necessarily commend themselves to the serious consideration of every Democrat in the state In this family contest every true Democrat will ponder well the claims off each candidate for the high office to which each aspires and will cast hii vote for the man whom he deems the best fitted to further the interests of the great party of which he is a member The man who calls himself a Democratt is not a Democrat in the true sense I if in selecting his choice for office he submits to the dictation of another iin that choice if he shall know and be here that the partys interest are bus subserved by the selection of the man other than the choice which another may dictate to him Democrats consider well before casting a vote for anyone of the candidates for the nomina tion atthe hands of the Democracy off the several offices Claude Meteor WILLHITE GOES FREE Slayer of Ova Carmen Acquitted at Examining TrialEvidence Showed SelfDefense Hardinsburg Ky Oct 30Spec- falThe examining trial of Owen Willhite of Hardin county arrestedI for the murder of Ova Carmen was held Monday before the County Judge Henry DeH Moorman About thirty witnesses were examined for either side At the conclusion of the testimony fo the Commonwealth the defendants at torneys moved the court to discharge the defendant which was overruled The defendant was then introduced and told practically the same story as re lated by the other witnesses Upon crossexamination ho was unshaken Other witnesses were introduced for I Willhite who corroborated him The II court held that he had acted in self defense and dismissed the warrant and discharged the defendant Coming to Bp keDrld County J E Monrnch who is a prominent member of the A S of E has sold his farm on Panther creek and will movet to Breckenridge county Mr Monrach was one of the best known manyfrlenP5L he has decided to move to Brecken 4J ridge countOwensboro Messenger 1- e 4 s T ENGLADSAYSj NO ALUM I IH FOOD In England and France the Sale of Alum Baking Powder is pro hibited by law because ofthe in jurious effects that follow its use The law in the District of Columbia also prohibits Alum jn food You may live where as yet you have no protection agaraat Alum The pnly sure protection against Alum in your JBaking Powdel iif fO ft tsuu Slipplainly I ROYAL is made from putt Cream of I re Aids to the of food CARRSTRADE TRADELETTER i The close of the week brought a cable reporting that less than 250000 bushels out of the total of 5000000 bushels clear ed rom American ports for the weeks was headed for the Liverpool market This discovery caused a sharp advance in the price of wheat there A previous report gave information that a very large percentage of the wheat from At lantic ports is going to the Mediteran can coast This of course includes a great quantity of durum wheat which is being rushed out of the country as millingtwheat here We have the statement of a practical grain man in the Northwest to the effect that the Iakotas and Min nesota have produced less milling wheat durum excluded than the black rush harvest of a few years ago Even al lowing that the railroads in the spring wheat country are favoring other busi ness to the neglect of wheat the fact remains that the remarkably serious shortage in marketing in that country cannot be accounted for except on the ground that wheatraisers are not anx ious to sell at present prices For the weekclosing today the two big spring wheat markets of the Northwest fell short 1500 cars as compared with last year Since the Northwest harvest be gan August 25th there is a shortage in receipts at same two markets of 9500 carsf Although millers have been paying 3y cents premium over December contracts for cash wheat To arrive the movements have been so light that stocks in Minneapolis are a standoff for the week while Duluth with much larger receipts than Minneapolis shows a decrease in stocks of 500000 bushels- r owing to the very heavy shipments by Lake These two points accummulated one million bushels wheat for the same week last year It is claimed in North west dispatches today that certain mills were to close down with a view of forc ing cheaper cash prices for the wheat they need to grind It is more than- r likely that the closing down scheme will be a failure as it was last year and if so a period of decidedly stronger wheat markets here and in the North west is near at hand We believe conditions are working very favorable for corn raisers who have secured their crop in fine condi tion and can arrange to market it very early There is no doubt but that dry Yet has been discovered quite extensively in Illinois Indiana and Missouri This will restrict marketing of corn from these sections and western corn raisers who are alert to the situation should give a little study to the matter p I I rooignIi I forIthat this same corn tug matter how line I it is will suffer a shrinkage of 15 to 20 lper cent in water alone to say nothingI of any other losses by attempting to cU and hold shine My advice to all cornii I on arty swell in the price at this time and if there Li a depression in the mar ket a few weeks later buy a little May corn Oats shipments have been very liberal for the week regardless of the blockaded condition of the railroads Reports from Minneapolis claim low quality in oats receipts Receipts are not sufficient to enlarge stocks It will not be surprising if there is a temporary set back in the price for this month but taking yield for the year visible supply local stocks and i nor quality of much of the ont in the Northwest into consideration we think that there is more than a reasonable chance for a strong market following any temporary break CARR NEARSKILLMAN Large Barn of Victor With Contents Burned to Ground The large barn of Mr Victor HagJ german and brothers near Skillman was burned to the ground on last Sun day afternoon In the barn was a nine acre crop of tobacco a lot of hay farming implements anti a threshing machine outfit The fire had gotten considerable headway before it was discovered and nothing could be done to subdue the flames Everything in the building was destroyed It is not known how the fire originated several theoriesbeing vanced The loss while not fully estimated is probably in the neighbor hood of 3000 with about 1000 in surance Devth of an Infant The infant child of Mr and Mrs Elijah Gibson of this city died Sunday evening at 8 oclock and was buried in the city cemetry the followjngday WOMAN DIES Mrs Martin Frank Succumbs to Par alysis at Her Home In Toblnsport Mrs Martin Frank died at her home in Toblnspor Sunday of paralysis after an illness of three months Deceased was sixtythree years of age and leaves a husband and one daugh ter Mrs Blanche Shaw of Louisville The remains were buried Tuesday in Tobinsport BAKIN4 POEROYAL Absolutely Tartara Grpi product digestionadds healthfulness FIRE llaggerman ESTIMABLE To the Democrats of Brecken ridge County At the coming primary you will be called upon to declare your choice for a Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction This is an office of vital importance although generally clawed as one of the minor offices Prof M O Winfrey of Bolt county is a candidate for that position and being a gentleman well educated young vigorous And progressive And having been engaged in educational work for some years is a person well suited for the place Furthermore in the event of his nomination And aloe c tion I will be appointed as his chief clerk For the reasons stated I ask you to give him your votes and influence In the years past I laws en deavored to be loyal to you and I believe you all appreciate it Now you have an opportunity to do me a great favor as well as to vote for a capable man May I not ask every Democrat in Breckenridgo county to cast your vote for Mr Winfrey for a vote for him is a vote for me Very sincerely your friend lAMES E STONE PLENTY OF QUAIL Only two more weeks and the hunting season will open Local hunters are looking forward to a season of rare sport as reports arc coming in from every section of the county that quail are unusually plentiful and that several coveys can be found in small fields It seems a fact that birds are more plentiful now than for several years and whether the number will be di minished to any great extent after the hunting season remains to be seen Judging from the talk of the men be hind the guns there will not be enough r birds left in the county to furnish a secondclass scent for a bird dog THE NEWS t CLUBBING OFFER The News has made arrangements t with the publishers of several of the leading magazines through which we are enabled to give them the greatest magazine offer ever made The maga zines in question are Review of Re views J300 Success magazine 100 j and the Womans Home Companion 100 Through our arrangements with the publishers we are offering all three of these magazines with the Brecken ridge News one year for only 360 Separately the four would cost you 1600 Every family should take ad vantage of this opportunity and subscribe for these magazines while this proposition is in force The publish ers of these magazines have given us only a limited time to carry the clubbing arrangementsjIKead adv r tisement on the seventh page of t1ti- ssue r It i VIT tT iA THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYt OCTOBER 31 1906 s PROFESSIONAL CARDS s V G BAB AGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTHAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at llnrdinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortlmm will be in attendance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February MayI and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSEUJRO KY Will practice his profession In all of th Courts of Breckonrldpe and adjoining conn ties Special attention given to coIl octInI road cases and criminalI practice License V practice B tes DistrIct CourtsvertaankOffice of Hardlnsburjc COLUMBUS HOTEL 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freight rates and passenge tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville =175 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 7f1 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154156158 4th st Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Sl- ptEARLY I RISERSTie famous little pills FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtirie 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 Iaxton Co Boston Mass THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE OOU9KCVRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE OONTAUUNO HONEY AND TAR CHANGES IN CABINET Two New Men Will Enier Presidents Official Family THREE TO BE TRANSFERRED Meyer and Straus Will Be Given Port folios Cortelyou Placed In Treasury Metcalf In Navy and Bonaparte In Department of Justice When Shaw and Moody Retire Washington Oct 24 Important changes will soon be made In the pres- Idents official family according t announcement made at the White House Two members of the cabinet will go out two new men will come in and three members of the present cabinet will change portfolios Incident to the retirement of Secretary Shaw and Attorney General Moody from the cabinet the following changes will be made Secretary ol the treasury George B Corlelyou postmaster general George Von L Meyer attorney general Charles J Bonaparte secretary of navy Victor H Motcalf secretary of commerce and labor Osoar S Straus The fact that Meyer was to have a place In the cabinet has been known some time but the name of Straus has been mentioned only incidentally It at all in the circle of the presidents ad- visors The transfer of Cortelyou to the treasury Bonaparte to the attorney generalship and Metcalf to the navy have been generally accepted ad among the probabilities- The appointment of Straus caused considerable surprise as It will be the first case where a citizen of the Hebrew faith has been made a mem ber of the presidents cabinet He was born Dec 3 1850 and is well known as a merchant diplomat and author He twice represented the United States as minister to Turkey and was appointed by President Roosevelt to flll the vacancy caused by the death of exPresident Harrison as a member of the permanent court of arbitration fit The Hague Meyer is ambassador to Russia to which place he was appointed March 8 1905 having been promoted to that office following his service as the ambassador to Italy from 1900 to 1905 He Is a native of Massachusetts and well known as a business man The announcement of the pros pective changes In the cabinet was made after a protracted cabinet meet Ing at which It is understood the whole matter was considered fully SHAWS PLAN Secretary of TreasuryMakes Known His Currency Reform New York Oct 23Announcement- was made by Secretary Shaw that he will stimulate national bank circu lation to the extent of 18000000 by accepting approved securities other than government bonds for deposits already made the bonds released to be used Immediately as a basis of clrcu lation without withdrawal from the treasury He does not object to the assignment of the bonds to other banks than those now holding them but to insure their use they must remain In the treasury and in addition the bank taking out the circulation must agree to retire the same between March 15 and Aug 10 1907 Banks will be required when taking out their circulation to make applica tion for its retirement and the order of percent of retirement from month to month will be determined by the treasury department In this way 18000000 of additional circulation can Immediately be Issued and gradually retired during the spring and summer months Secre tary Shaw expects to demonstrate In limited form the benefits of an elastic currencySecretary Shaw also announced that from and after Oct 23 deposits to facil itate gold Importations will be discon tinued He said In connection with the announcement that Importations exceeded his expectations and he be lieved for the present the United States has quite Its share and he has no disposition to disturb conditions in Europe by a continuation of that meth ad of relief Burton In Jail Ironton Mo Oct 23Former United States Senator J R Burton of Kansas arrived from St Louis and after dining with his wife and niece surrendered himself to the Jailor and was assigned to a cell in the Ironton tall Mrs Burton accompanied her husband to the sheriffs office then went to tho cottage she rented here where ahe will remain until her hus band as served his sentence of six months with good conduct time allowance the sentence will expire in live months Sentence Stands Against RosS Washington Oct 23The supreme court of the United States refused to assume jurisdiction In the contempt CityKanagainst Rose by the supreme court of Kansas for assuming office M mayor after he was deposed on a liquorlawscourts action will be to leave the sentence of the state court In effect Sullivan Saw President Washington Oct 23 United States District Attorney J J Sullivan of Cleveland who was present at the trial of the Standard 011 case at Find lay 0 In the Interests of the federal government saw the president Ho jusUsI Naturall Gas Statistics Washington Oct 22StatlsticB prepared by tho geological survey ot tho natural gas Industry show that In the calendar year 1905 the value of natural gas produced and sold ox ceeded that of any previous year by 3000099 The total value of the gas produced and sold was 41562355 The greatest Increase was In West Virginia 1961655 more than the previous year Pennsylvania shows an Increase of 1057442 Louisiana appeared forthe first time as a gas producing state and notable Increases over previous productions were shown by Kansas Oklahoma and In dlan Territory Kansas showed an Increase of 49 per cent over its previous production and tha combiner production of Oklahoma and Indian Territory was 161 per cent over 1904 The great gas fields of Indiana have steadily declined since 1902 and the value of the output last year was considerably less than half of the maxi mum production Kentucky and Tennessee also report a decline When the tip of a dogs nose is cold andmoist that dog is not sick A fev erlsh dry nose means sickness with ia dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean fever ishness Bud are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips applyat bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinc ed Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Dreg Co Rater Snllnlmntn and Inrkn What Is a rater a salin bout n lark Is a question commonly heard among those not familiar with yachts and technical racing terms A rater Is thirtyeight feet long and carries the double sails sloop rig and jib The half rater Is 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reasons he did not molest them lIe paid no attention to the little buz zers and they came and went at their own sweet will After n time he began to study them and soon came to the conclusion that they were gradually becoming acquainted with him his ways and his dark room One day a stranger wasseated on the window sill The first wasp entering the room paid no attention to him but made for the old crack In the wall Then out came n big fat fellow who darted through the open window like a bullet Within five minutes half a dozen wasps came with a rush at the stranger and two of them located him But the writer has never been touched by his wasp colony Outing Magazine 1000 Reward Write to J M Quinn Manager Commonwealth Lire Insurance Comp any 308 West Chestnut St Louisville Ky for information about Agency Con tracts and the new policy of the Com monwealth Build up an income for later years by connecting yourself with this splendid institution Experience in Life Insur ance not necessary If you are a hustler honest and sober you will lose nothing by investigation and it might be a turn lug point in your business history which would finally put you on easy street Tickling Unman Vanity Few people realize how profitable the trade of tickling human vanity Is and how many different forms It employs There are obscure newspapers and nominal magazines that live by It and provide good Incomes for their editors It Is quite common to find upon center tables luxuriously bound and printed volumes whose contents consist en tirely of fulsome puffs Each profes slon trade avocation and association has its library of membrnbllla of persons of the kind who in Lowells phrase were created to fill up the world The writer remembers seeing In the best room of a remote farmhouse a morocco bound gild edged vol ume upon the notabilities of the coun try which contained a biography and engraved portrait of rustlcus horribllis himself The original volunteered tho Information that his niche In the local pantheon had cost him a sum which on later conversation was disclosed to be larger than a years Interest on the mortgage encumbering tho farm Wilbur Larremoro In Atlantic TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Take LAXATIVE BBOMO Qulntno Tablets rujrgUU refund mosey U ittails to cure E- w MOVES signature H on Sao hooz Xc 1 DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONEI I Mve Hundred the Life Off the Coast of Florida Key West Fla Oct 22The Aus trian steamer Jennie Captain Dud nlch bound from Oulfport for Genoa has called at this port to land 49 work men picked up at sea near the Baha ma coast 160 miles from Key West The men were part of a force of 150 workingmen belonging to barge No4 engaged on tho oast coast extension work Most of the others were either killed or drowned In the storm early Thursday Nine other barges crowd ed with workingmon engaged In ox tension worn were at sea with barge No 4 There is no news of them and It is feared all were lost W P Due senbury one of the engineers saved by the steamer Jennie says the storm struck barge No 4 at 5 oclock Thurs day morning One hour later tho house boat went to pieces in the rag- Ing sea and 30 to 40 men were killed in the crash Elliotts Key an Island 25 miles south of Miami Fla has been engulf ed by a tidal wave and 425 lives lost All of the 250 inhabitants perished when the wave swept over the Island A bargo containing 100 excursionists was torn from the moorings at the Island swept out to sea and 50 of the passengers drowned The steamer St Lucia which had anchored at the Iceslde of the Island to escape the fury of the hurricane was crushed by the same wave and of the 100 persons on board 25 were killed The Original Laxative Cough Syrup is Kmnedys Laxative Honey and Tar It expels all cold from the system by acting as a cathartic on the bowels It relieves the feverish conditions of the throat draws out the inflam mation cnres the couch and strengthens the mucous membranes of the lungs and bronchial tobes Kennedys Laxative Honey and Ter are certain 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wifes engagement ring for 25 or that of the farmer who made soy oral millions of dollars from a very modest beginning slipped a check for 100000 under the breakfast plate of each member of his family one morn Ing tore the checks up because I withinII an hour the riches had become ter of domestic strife and was last heard of when oue day he brought a load of hay across the ferry from Stat en Island to New York and begged his brokers to take It In lieu of margins for one more trade Success Magazine A Tree of Many Power The ash tree Is rich with superstition The old charlatans of the middle ages used It in their love potions and the damsels of ancient times believes that It would enable them to make their sweethearts true and help them to dis cover their future husbands The In habitants of Iceland still look wltk dread upon the use of mountain ash us fuel Their belief that It will make enemies of all who gather round a hearthstone on which it burns Is deep seated and was once almost universal inEuropeSuperstitious seekers after good luck may still be found invoking the spirit of the even leaved ash after the man ner of the ancient tree worshiper with the verses Even ash I do pluck thee Hoping thus to meet good luck If no luck I get from thee I shall wish thee on a tree DeafneflS Cannot Be Crued by local applications air they cannot reach the diseased portion of tbo ear Tbere Is only one way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eusttichlan Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you baye a rumbling sonnd or 1m perfect hearing and when nls entirely cloegdfloatnessIstheresult and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tuba restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever nine cases out often I are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will RlTO One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Bend for circulars free F CHENEY 4 CO Toledo O Sold by Druggist Tie t Take Halls Pills for constipation DoKt Suffer all night lone from toothache neuredgierl i or rheumatism sfinlitkills the pain quiets the nerves o nd induces sleep At all dealers Price 25c 50c 100 Dn Earl S Sloan Boston ssUSA A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY 4 L t We have been successful in closing a special contract with TilE CONSOLIDATED FOUNTAIN PEN Co of Brooklyn N Y whereby we can supply a guaranteed SOLID GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN The Celtric Model I To etery subscriber old or new who sends us a years subscription and fifty cents additional The Celtric Model I compares favorably with any 200 pen on the market today The pen will be forwarded immediately upon receipt of the money A Description of the Pen The pen Is solid gold ilk One the stock of which Is made of the best quality of hard rubber acd fitted In lour part the pen points are perfectly fitted with Iridium and tho feed Is guaranteed to flow evenly without leaking or blotting The pens are beautifully chased as shown in cut A Fountain Pen Is o Necessity of the Twentieth Century The Egyptians used a split teed our grandfathers steel or ordinary gold pen But today we want A Pen that dispenses with the inconvenient inkstand that dots not corrode and that is always ready for use Bears the manufacturers guarantee that the pen is solid GOLD 14k flue If does not prove satisfactory in every way we will exchange it for another return the fifty cents additional on return of the pen This is an unusual opportunity to secure at a very low price an article of superior quality that is coming to be ersential to the comfort and convenience of every one who writes Remember That the Offer Is For Ninety Days Only The News Cloverport Ky reeASHEVILLE Bl EVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKY COUNTRY- A natural paradise where human ills find quick reliefreached direct by the Southern Railway Asheville is located on a superbI elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of tie sea Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summerf 7072 Fj Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 percent For land1 of the sky booklet summer rosott folder etc send 2cent stamp to C H HUNGER FO1t D District Passenger Atenf LOUiSviLLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Art LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Art ST LOUIS O r I I JM a a Fountain it or Breckenridge HENDERSONVILLE AND- SAPPHIRE FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Reltens Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching of Gas Eta rXIFAKKD ONLY ATTHE LAIORATORY O- rE C DaWlTT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL r I I THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 31 1906 3tBUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN I Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column At New York 350 chauffeurs of au tomobile cabs struck for moro wages C 11 D railroad will reduce fare In Indiana to straight rate of 21E cents per mile Tom Crompton negro lynched noar Ccntervllle Miss for killing Ell WhitItaker a white farmer I John Fogus of Marietta 0 suddpn ly went Insane Bitten by dog recently Case puzzles physicians Fire partially destroyed plants of Ansel Scale company and the Sullivan Farmer company at Chicago Total loss 70000 Board of estimates of New York fixes the cost of running the munici pal government of Greater New York next year at 125000000 George Williams negro who tilled E J Petticord a policeman at Indian apolis Sept 30 convicted and sentenced to be hanged Fob 8 + Georgo Mulhern sheriff of Cuyahoga J county cans forgeries discovered In Cleveland 0 were committed by ward heelers for revenge because he would not give them money Sallnevlllo 0 voted dry by a ma jority of 53 votes Dr Speece 38 killed by train at Quincy 0 In Logan county James Llngafeltor convicted at Newark 0 on charge of forgery son tenced four years In penitentiary J ji I Attorney General W H Mqody IB to be appointed to vacancy on supreme bench Jan 1 when hO retires from cabinetII General G F Elliott of marine corps In annual report says more of ficers and enlisted men are needed in marino servIcoii Edward Mason 35 of Canton 0 drowned at Silver lake near Roches ter N Y Boat capsized with him and Dexter two companionsICheboyI I I gin Mich on charge of killing Charles Ward at a lumber camp In aIii quarrel over religionII i W S Stewart 35 of Toronto Can suicided at a Chicago hotel by shoot Ing Only son of wealthy Canadian I who died several years ago j Peoples Savings bank at Washington I D C closed by order of comp troller of currency for Insolvency Capital 100000 deposits 97300 Ira Smith 50 struck by a train and fatally Injured at Lima O I WNov 29 designated by the preslI dent as Thanksgiving day Harold Vincent 35 of Navarre 0 was killed by kick of a mule Safe blowers got 3000 at the gen eral store of W A Ellis and 15 from J C Hartmans hardware store at Racine O- President Roosevelt will visit Porto Rico on his way home from Panama next month Sheriffs posse captured five of the robbers who looted bank at Sawyer N D Oct 22 W A Spoors sentenced at Scotts burg id to be hanged for murder Ing Douglas Fawbush June 5 011 well flowing 90 barrels per hour I struck on farm of Laura Stevens near Upper Sandusky tho largest ever struck In Ohio J M Elliott wife and daughter perished In fire which destroyed their home on a farm eight miles from Washington Kan Judge J J Harper 72 died at his homo in Washington C H O Miss Sarah Graham 18 shot and seriously wounded by burglar at her home in Dayton O John C Slmerlng 60 of Baltimore Md prominent politician died In In dianapolis Ind after an operation Congressman Grant S Mouser who was 1H at Fremont dwar able to be removed to his home in Marion 0 4Daniel Van Valkenburgh wealthy teal estate dealer at Houston Tex recently separated from his wife shot wife and self J W Hennlnr operator on New York stock exchange failed on ac count of losses on Chicago Milwaukee ft 8t Paul stock In April 011 painting of girl knitting stolen from art gallery In Eden Park Cincinnati 0 recovered In New fork Young man giving his name as Clarendoa Henri who offered It for sale was arrested Fire destroyed First Christian church and Masonic Temple at Kansas City Kan Old abbey at Selby England totally destroyed by fire Founded by the Benedictines during twelfth century Charles H StevensoB attorney at Chicago was murdered and robbed and body thrown into elevator shaft Countess of Carlisle elected presl Beat 9t Worlds W C T U at Boa ton to succeed Lady Somerset who declined reelection Frank Radford cashier of defunct bank at Mlddleport 0 of which E C Fox was president In dicted on charge of perjury In sworn statement of the banks condition At Bonnettsvllle S C Bob Dargan colored was hanged for rape Failures In United States during the week 186 same week last year 233 In i S Canada 17 last year 38 Mrs Laura Cqudln daughter of Bishop Potter hanged herself In a prl rate sanitarium at Cromwell Conn Banking houso of Zuckerman Ii Co at Turin Italy failed with 1200000 liabilities and equal amount of assets o I IS PROTECTION Is the Reason Given by Farmers for Forming a Combine East St Louis 111 Oct 24The flit national convention of the Ameri can Society of Equity composed of farmers began here with more than 500 delegates present from Illinois Kentucky New York North Carolina Utah Wisconsin Ohio and Indiana Tho convention seeks to regulate val ues of grain and farm produce by tho demand In his address President Tifyton sail This Is not a trust j sir a combine to force extortionateI j prices but rather an organization to get profitable prices for farm product- sII IIs composed of local unions of farm lI em established at shipping points The unions from these points foam the state association These combined form the national association Our Idea Is to establish granaries In the grain country cold storage plants hay harps and places to store all sorts of farm products If the market is low the society will hold the product until the demand forces up profitable prices when the goods may be sold Tho poor farmer who cannot afford to hold his grain will be given a warehouse receipt good for twothirds the face value of the grain represented Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles alone and it does the work surety and with satisfaction Itch lug painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by Severs Drug Co Standard 011 Company Robbed Utica N Y Oct 25The safe In the offlco of the Standard 011 com innys branch In this city was bur glarized The robbers took about 10000 worth of loot and before leaving set fire to the building To draV the fire ont of a burn neal H cut without leaving u soar or to cute bolls sores tetter eczema and all h DeWttsWllchf piles Get the genuine Solo by all druggists Skull of an Ancient- i Springfield 0 Oct 25The skull of a mound builder or other profits torlc man of enormous size was dug up at the Ohio I 0 0 F homo by a workman GirllooutHofplied promptly U J Welch of Tekou slid Mich says I use it in my family andIknown Best healing salve made 25C at Severs Drug Co Rubber Plantations Damaged Mobile Ala Oct 25 Private In formation received here from Nicaraguan coast towns Is to the effect that the heaviest losses sustained In the recent Central America hurricane were the large rubber plantations owned by American and Canadian cap- Ital Several million dollars have been Invested In rubber cultivation and a number of tree have just arrived at the bearing period BUILT UP HER HEALTH SPEEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE She IA Made Well by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and Writes Gratefully to Mrs Plnkham For the wonderful help that she has found Miss Cora Goode 255 E Chicago Avenue Chicago 111 believes it her duty to write the following letter for publication in order that other women afflicted in the same way may be IIvA1iIJ Cord Good I1 benefited as she wu Miss Goode la president of the Bryn Mawr Lawn Tennis Club of Chicago She writes Dear Mrs Flnkham 11 I tried many different remedies to build up my system which had become run down from loss of proper rest and unreason able hours but nothing seemed to help me Mother is a great advocate of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound for female trou bloc iv used It herself some years ago with great success So Ibegari to take It and in lees than a month Iwacabb to be out of bed and out of doors and in three months I was entirely well Really I have never felt so strong anti well as I have since No other medicine has suqh a record of cures of female troubles ash as Lydia E Plnlchams Vegetable Compound Women who are troubled with pain ful or irregular periods backache bloating or flatulence displacement of organs inflammation or ulceration can be restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E Finkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands tb health Her experience is very great and she gives the benefit of it to all who stand In need of wise counsel She is the daughterfnlaw of Lydia E Pinkham and for twentyfive years has been advising sick women free of charge Address Lypn hues EIGHT I OF THE SUN HOW THE ASTRONOMERS SOLVE THIS WONDERFUL PROBLEM If You Will Multiply tiiUM ly Seven Seo 11111111111 You Will Cot Apprnxl nuiUly the Number of TOIIH of Mnt ter Contnliifil In the Great On- To weigh llAS sifu moon earth or arty other body snld Professor Kdgur L Iarkln the celebrated director of Echo Mountain observatory to thot writer IIs not n very dltllcnlt nmttor though to those Ignorant of astronomy and mathematics It would perhaps ap pear so Of course weight Is merely a relative term for at the exact cmlte- rot gravity n body weighs nothing at nil Weight varies as we approach the gravitation point or recede from It and the expression us employed In ev eryday life when we buy a pound of steak or u ton of coals simply means the weight used on the surface of the earth because we live there Now supposing you are desirous of weighing the earth how would you go about It Well If your education hilt been neglected stud you were In conse quence Ignorant of mathematics you might decide to cut up this terrestrial globe of ours In blocks and bring each block to the surfatyof the earth mud there weigh It on an ordinary pair of scales The operation would doubtless be a costly and fatiguing u1l1111eri haps many unsclentillc 1lIllIlownel1I mljjht object to your carrying off their property even though you explained that It was merelyl as n temporary loan But let us fur arguments sake suppose that you succeeded Well having carried each block to the Mirfaco and many of them would I of course have been brought from time very center of time earth one at a time returning each to Its proper place before weighing the next and having discovered that each block weighed a ton then before your labors ended and tho last bloatl of earth had been placed dealtwithThis of course Is a tremendous num ber of tons for any moving mass to weigh but there Is a time twice each year when the earth actually weighs nothing at all In October last this I earth gradually began to lose weight IlUke sonic huge giant dying of a lie cline until at a certain moment of time It weighed only an ounce then half an ounce then a quarter and finally Just for about the fiftythousandth part of n second It weighed absolutely nothing whatever not even so much as a soap bubble which a baby might blow away To realize this you must remember that the earth does not travel round the sun In an exact circle so that the distance from the sun Is always varying which of course alters the power of attraction or In other words the earths weight Hut In October and April of eaiJj year the earth Is at an exact average distance during the frac tion of a second at which time as I have said before It weighs nothing How short a space of time this Is may be Judged from the fact that the earth moves at the rate of eighteen and n half miles every second But to weigh the earth In the manner suggested would be a very costly mat tter and so It Is found to be more satisfactory to employ mathematics when we shall arrive at the same results as suming of course that we are correct In our deductions tad now as to the most usual means employed In weighing the sun Having satisfied ourselves as to the true weight of the earth we call that One or Unity That is the basis on which we work The next thing to do Is to mount to some elevation the top of a tower or the roof of a house will answer our purpose very well drop a stone and find out how far It will full In one sec odd of time and what Its exact rate of speed will be at the end of the first second This Is not so easy us It sounds but we can spare ourselves the fatigue of calculating for after 300 years scientists have by means of the most deli cate Instruments arrived at the proved conclusion that at the end of the first second the atone will be at a distance of 101 feet from the starting point and will be theu traveling at the rate of 322 feet per second This 322 Is the most Important factor In our calcula lions and has been called the astronomical scales for by means of It we can weigh the sidereal universe Now here said Professor Larklu taking a paper from his desk Is an ar ticle which I wrote some time ago on the weighing of the sun and I do not think you can do better than make an extract from It which will save me much needless repetition aud he hand ed me the manuscript from which 1 quote the following paragraphs Every object In the celestial vault seen by the eye of man Is a falling body The earth Is a body forever fall Ing toward the sun and the moon for ever toward the earth If we can find with what speed e earth Is falling to ward the sun at the end of our exact second a clew Is obtained that will lead through a maze of figures to the mass of the sun This must be true for It has been discovered that If the earth contained quadruple Its present quan tity of matter the scene would fall at the rate of 044 feet per second And Newton discovered that If the stone be taken 3058 miles away from the earth and dropped Its speed at the end of the first second will be 805 feet But 3058 miles from the earth Is twice as far from the center as Is the surface and 805 feet Is onefourth of 322 But 4 Is the square of 2 so gravity diminishes as the square of the distance Increases and directly as the matter Increases The earth Is 03000000 miles from the sun and this divided by 3058 equals approximately 23400 There fore take a stbrio to the distance of ttic sun nod it will he 2i40G times fur timer from the center of the earth than the Kinface Is Now square tills 23 400 Multiply 122 by 12 and tin prod net will bu aSIIItlw number of imlios In 31J2 feet Divide 3WI4l liy tin Ilig nuinlxT H iunnxl mid the Uotii ut will be UOOUOU7 of 1111 Inch till Mpiid with which the Htono will be falling at the end of the first second This Is exrucdliiftly slow but tlini gravity exerted by the mass of the earth IKMKHIOOO miles away Is natural Ily somewhat weakI Rut the renter of the onrth Is Unit dlMtnnre from the fen tor of time sun and actually falls every second toward the sun with a speed at the end of a second having a velocity of 2ui2Sri of an Inch which Is some InchrDlvldo 2t2Sr by 0000117 mad tho quotient Is 2Mtlwt Is to eay there are aCIIIl times more matter In tho sun tlitm In the mirth Jf therefore we multiply this number by seven sex tlllloiis we find how many tons the sun wolghslondon TItIWs Danger From The Plague Theres grave danger from the plague of1 Coughs and Colds that are so preva lent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me Writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I fiud it quickly ends them It prevents Pneumonia cures kaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma anti Hay lover andmakes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds Sec an I fIOO Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free The Calorie 1nrnilox Freezing Is usually associated with cold but water clot bo frozen on a red hot plate This pretty experiment has rightly been called time caloric para dox If n dfop of water Is placed on a redhot or white hot metal plate It does not suddenly flash Into steam un der the inllucnccof the great heat It dubs not eyed boll It simply evapo rates quietly and slowly as It rolls ubotit the plate Now suppose that the drop on the plate Is u volatile liq uid like sulphurous acid It will ovap orate timid this evaporation will pro duce cold Lot a drop of water full In the sulphurous acid drop and It will be frozen In spite of the heat M Hou tlguy thus froze water on a white hot platinum capsule Faraday carried this remarkable experiment even fur them Pouring some ether mural solidi fied carbonic acid gas ou It redhot plat lulus capsule he formed n spheroidal muss which evaporated very slowly I He thou brought some mercury Into contact with It anti this was In stoutly frozen Now mercury requires n temperature of 40 degrees below zero to solidify It mind here it was frozen on re hot platinum Constipation Baked sweet apples with some people brine othtI1I100Il1ItJNature undoubtedly lies a vegetable remedy to relieve every ailment known to man If physicians can but find Natures way to health Amid this U strikingly true with regard to Constipation The bark of a certain tree In California CM cara Saurada offers a most excellent aid to this end nut combined with Egyptian Senna Slippery Elm Hark Solid Extract of Prunes etc this tame Cuscura bark Is given lit greatest pOMlbla power to correct constipation A toothsome Candy Tablet tailed Laxets Is now made at tha Dr Shoop laboratories from thIs Ingenuous and most effective prescription Its effect on Consti patios Illllousness Sour Stomach lead Uruith Sallow Complexion etc U Indeed prompt and satisfying No griping no unpleasant after effects are ex perienced and LuxeU are put up In beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 25 cents per box For something new nice economical and effective try a box of LaxetsSEVERS The Publishers Claims SustainedI UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS The rublliOicra of Webstera international Dictionary allege that itisIiiftcttheplpui Ian Unabridged thoroughly roedltedln oery detail and vastlyenriehedInovory part with the purpose of adapting it to meet tho larger and severer requirement of another genera than Wo are of tho opinion that this allegation most clearly and accurately describes the work that hILt been accomplished and the result thathas been reached This Diet lonary as Iit now stands baa been thoroughly reedited in every detail has been corrected in every part and to admllllobly adapted to meet the larger and severer requirements of a popularhllologlcalthat tho world has ever coutalncil U Is perhaps needless to add1 that we meter to the dictionary In our judicial work as or the highest authority in accuracy of doltnl tlon and that In tho futuronslulliopaet it wiU roe the source of constant reference CHARLES O KOTT Chi f JiuUe LAWRENCB WELDON JOHN DAVIS 8TANTON J FKKLLK ClWUoKS 11 1I0WUJudpo The above refer to WEDSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE the hlghestaward was given to tho Interna tional at tho Worlds Fair St Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST I Poll will tte interettcd incur specimen papas tentfrt- eGOMERRIAMCO PUBLISHERS SPRINGFIELD MASS 1 I wLssnRhl1LTaMt Y- Iyr DIAMOND BRAND SHOES 1 II1 FOR EVERYBOD madeDiamondgradesforeverypurposeto the wearer because it saves all waste Butwe make more fine shoes than any other house in the West thelargesthighestgrade I SIweCltJJil1 IWE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE wtsr IR mi WII l iMM W1 Wt IIVACATt9NTRIP iWVWAN I IPARKI Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 6i 4 DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully consider ed and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25t- hI For full particulars write- J II GALLAGHER I1907 liarret Avenue Louisville A1HA i SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY Are you making an much off vour farm as YOU ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too mush money to buy a big form and so you are trying a 1 ving on a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go were the price of good land is so little that you can own a big farm where every acre of the ground is work- Ing for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile laud in the Southwiot along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that ran be bought for froll113 to tlO an acre This land IS increasing in value each year C See the Southwest at Small Cost A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your test interests lay In settling there The trip can be made lit very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays ot each month YOU can purchase a round trip ticket to any point In the Southwest on or vlu the Potion Bolt Route at very low rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested Inl Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Colton sIn Route 82 Fodd Building Loulnille Ky r f1 TI CI LEWIS SON Dealers in Watches Clocks Sllienare Musical Instruments HARDINSBUR6 KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish ment more upto atc Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware HollowwareFlatware Gold spectacles and all other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sowing Machine Needles to fit all machines Musical instruments and findingsBest and finest repairing of all timepieces rW iI L H ST L TIME FABLE EAST BOUND No HA Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville A M No 142 Dally Mall and Express learesClo yerport 92 A Mstops atoll way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Olu verDort 448 u moo stops at all way stations atLouisvilleaccommodation WEST BOUND Oioverportaecommodationleaves Tlllo 900 am oxpressleavesatUawesvUleStanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 70 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030- p m Stops at all stations No U5 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 lIt PM arrives ETansTllle 133 A UawenJlloOwenlboroChair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 148 between Louisville awl St Louis Fordsvllle Branch EASTBOUND leaYIFordnUleamTrain t No4 Dally except Sunday leaves iFordsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p mTrain No 6 Sunday only ffordkvllleS30 a m irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No a Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 6SOam arrives Fordsvllle 245 p 4VTrain Irvlngton 8 SO m arrives Fordsvllle 9 25 p m d u v ii A V IiirJJ tr 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 31 1906 BRECKENRIDGE NEW I UNO D BABBAGE SONS pub Iihlne Co tr Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1126 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged or nt the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the data of seta per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notlfv us When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1006 For Congress liON HEN JOHNSON Weather and politics in Kentucky havent been geeing very well in the lust few days tinlcntforVote your cleanl politics on next Tuesday by voting for a clean man for Congressthe lIon Ben Johnson The merchant who doesnt ad I vertiso should be the last man to 1 protest against his homo people EL patronizing tjjp fflai prfjgr houses t Dreams go by contraryli is lid oldsaying A politician began i an illustration of a point the other t day by saying that he dreamed he died and went to heaven Louisville Herald has poll t- IThe ed the state in tho Democratic primary and says McCrcary will win out by 15000 majority With the election only six days oil every voter should have hisf V mind made up ns to who he will i vote for for Congress The election of lIon Ben Johnson the 1 Democratic nominee by a large majority is admitted even by the Republicans But this should not i keep any Democrat from going to tho polls and voting for the Den Cr ocratic nominee Mr Johnson is a man whose record both public and private is above reproach and his record in Congress will be one of which his constituents willI be proud Let every Democrat go to the polls and vote for one I who is most eminently qualified in every way lo fill the high office of 1 national representative 1 iii ITCHING SCALP fALLING HAIRI I Came Out ConstantlyHair FinallyE Had to Be Cut to Save AnyScalp Now in Good Condition and No More ItchingAnother Effective CURE BY THE- CUTICURAVi REMEDIES v i v I will gladly give you all tho information concerning my case I used the Cuticura Soap and Ointment for a diseased scalp dandruff and constant falling of hair Finally I had to ctt my hair to save any at all Just tEthat time I read about the CuticurnII Romedies Once every week I shampooed my hair with the Cuticura Soap and I used the Ointment twice a week In two months time my hair was long I enough to do up in French twist ThatI is now five years ago and I have a lovely head of hair Tho length is six inches below my waist line my scalp is in very good condition and no more dandruff or itching of tho scalp I used other remedies that were recommended to mo as good but with publishll any are welcome to do so I am respect 4 fully Mrs W F Griess Clay Center Neb Oct 23 1905 FROM THE HOUR OF BIRTHI Mothers Should Use Cuticura i I III I Soap the Worlds Favorite I Mothers are assured of tho absolute purity and unfailing efficacy of Cuticura I Soap and Cuticura Ointment tho great Skin Cure itlt puri fication of the akIfscalphairand hands of infants and children For baby ecze mas rashes itchings and chafings aa I well as for annoying irritations and I ulcerative weaknesses and many sana rendilfiSU I as for nil the purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are priceless Sold throughout the world Cutlcun 8o 25e Oral meat bar IIe In form of CnocolateCoata Kill tie UOOIYfOII 80 may be hid of ill drurrliU Fetter Drug and Chem Corp Sol Fropi BotonlUu- MrM Ued FnsThe Utcat Cutlciu BUa Soot isr grssx mx STIIE COUNTY PAIR With the opening of the fair season in this SUite next fallIl Breckonridge county will be i the foremost ranks with a fair ownWhat fn has long been needed i this count and that which has long been a cherished hope has materialized and next fall willwit ness tho initial exhibition of Breckenridgb County Fair elation The capital stock has been subscribed the articles of incorporation tiled and tho board of directors elected That the fair will be a success from the start is assured The public spir it of the gentlemen composing the directory and their tireless energy and determination to bring tli project to a successful leave nothing but assurance of a fair next year for this county that will be second to none The fair will be of great bent fit to all classes of business and especially to the farmers It will bo the means of producing better horses cattle and other stock iit will cause the raising of better poultry and the agricultural prod ucts will be of the very best thus advertising to the best advantages the superiority of Breckenridge Bountys resources Every citizen should beglu now i in doing his sharp toward mnking1- the i opening year one that will re flect the greatest credit upon the county and that will lend encour emcnt to make each succeeding year witness a great improvement over the former l Ten years ago nil Allen county Kansas fanner put his initials on a dollar bill The next day ho wont to the nearest town and spent it withn merchant Before the year was out he got the dollar back Four times in six years the dollar came back to him for pro duce and three times he heard of it in the pocket of his neighbors The last time he got it back four years ago he sent it to a mail order house He has never seen that dollar since and never will againThat dollar bill will never pay any more school or road tax for him will never build or brighten any homes in his community He sent it entirely out of the circle of usefulness to himself and his neighbors SAMPLE Deupty Sheriff J T Jliller was here last week collecting taxes Clevis Walls was in Cloverport Sat urdayMrs Graham Jolly and children visited friends at Ekron last week Miss Sue Chaffin of Stephensport was the guest of her aunt Mrs C Springer Sunday Mrs James Armstrong is visiting her sister Mrs Ed Brown of Stephensport this week Misses Grace Dowell Ruth Ahl and Messrs Edward and Dennie Roberts and Bill Gibson were the guests of Miss Lillian Dowell Sunday evening Dick Bennett was here Monday Mr and tars Neut West near Steph ensport were the guests of Mr and Mrs L D Dowell Saturday The tacky party at H M Brumfields Saturday night was largely attended Prizes were given to Edward Roberts and Ruth Ahl of Evansville Master William Dowell and Estill Mc Kaughn of Ilardinsburg visited relatives at Beach Hill Sunday Edward Roberts attended the Carnival at Cloverport Saturday Butterflies Tlmt Live on FI li- The butterfly was blue and transpar ent As through blue glass its tiny heart could be seen beating Inside its body and the professor read a news paper article through its lovely blue wings This ho said Is the ptero poda a Mediterranean butterfly It cats fish On Its tongue are rows of pointed hooks They serve as teeth This beautiful creature would turn up Its nose at n garden of roses and lilies but It would feast ecstatically upon a putrid eel Now and thou a pteropoda Is found on tho Florida or the Califor nla coast It Is only abundant though In tho Medltevrnuaao OASXORB- uth X AThe Kind You Hwa Always BflotfJ BIjnttnr YdfP oaf P u r a mi f andoI Qs of HousefurnishingII strictlyS I I applicable to our offerings this week I oVVe are offering the best line of stoves mats carpets and general house furnishings II ever brought to this town for the moneyII LARGEST ASSORTMENT MOST GENERAL VARIETY BEST QUALITY WITH PRICES RIGHT I I Iron beds 3 to 7 50 with out slats 25c less 3hWooden beads 3 50 to 6 Dressers 9 50 to 12 Chiffoniers five drawers 12 50 eFolding beds 17 to 26 Side board 18 Stand tables 1 50 to 4 Extension tables 80c per fo- otSTOVES Our leader Queen of the West 4 and 6 cap 12 50 to 18 Four and six cap step stove 7 50 to 11 Daisy Anchor coal stove 12 50 r ticking I A so of so no a of L of in we is to it to a in to a to a to a a j it 55 to to it in is it it in the are fn anv doles ot I Maee or We have no I We the of C of it to me 55 I If to me of I 62 a a 35 a 12 to I 10 in is a at it 11 55 it of at 11 a in to 2 in 50 a 50 7 in at to of in in in on of Mr is ill J F at of a sir E of is Mr of of of o setI I 3 back 2 3 4 setII 6 7 j 8 1 4 each 1 1 1 I I3ATIRS =COAL 5 6 t 8 13 draught 630- Crawfords 3 2 3 II rMATS MATTRESSES ETC II 7SeI mattress 2 2 i Th ese and others in our general line of merchandise consisting of anything and thing from the to the parlor Call and see our splendid line of furnishings everIIthese lines and we sure the will then recommend them i REMEMBER I I JJJ3 flil m Story From Indiana Those people who are con cerned about the high cost living and the prices demanded by called Trustscan read the following with little interest and considerable amount instruction John Moorman Knox Republican district chairman for the Thirteenth Indiana Congressional District said recently Ve are havining few speeches the Thirteenth District About all are doing up there tell ono story and seems do the work better than speeches Listen Not long ago farmer Ne braska Bryans State went buggy dealer buy buggy Ho found one that suited him and the prig was 62 The farmer hap pened remember that about dozen years ugo he had bought buggy just like from the same dealer for and he mentioned the fact The dealer went his books and found this be true But said the dealer my hooks show that you did not pay cash for because you did not have the money Youhauled 500 bushels raaaa To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit courage strength How with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health every way unleu bowels proper condition Cornet JI1Mad SECTORAL leoreti pnbilib formulae allour medlotnei inamourB F BEARD CO For the- Children TliochlldrencannotpoiilblyliaveeoodhejHh AyCYI1taAllvegetablemgarcoated AzersCMfgRY I corn and gave for the buggy Now Ill tell you what will do you arc willing bring now bOO bushels corn will give you the buggy self binder worth 125 sulky plow worth and walking plow worth In addition this will hand you money The dealer could have carried out the proposition too for corn worth 50 cents bushel now while that time was worth only centsAbout the same time that this farmer was buyinga buggy for and paying for with 500 bushels corn cents bushel other farmers Nebraska were selling spring lambs the butshers for apiece while full grown sheep were sold Ohio for cents head Now the Nebraska farmer gets cents for his corn and for his lamb and sheep Ohio sell 350 4 Not only that the value farm lands the United States has increased over six billion dollars since 1900 and they wore 1900 worth six billions more than 1895 The farmers are all stand putters the Tariff and they know the reason rican Economist HITES RUN The infant and Mrs Chas Hawkins very Rev Winchcll filled his regular hero Saturday and Sunday The musical entertainment given the school house Friday night for the benetit tho school was success Chas Kemper Glen dale Ohio visiting relatives here Emmett Chapin Louisville was the guest Miss Flora Walker Sunday Miss Rhoda Chapin Owens boro spent last week with her sister Mrs Silas Hawkins near Now BQtbe1I jJ Split seat slat chairs 75 per Full cain seat chairs 60 to 50 per Dining chairs cane or leather seat 50 and per set Rockers 25 to 50 Baby high chairs to 50 Baby rockers 75c to 1- H tJ 1 Mogul Anchor 50 Sultan Anchor Acme Anchor air tight What Cheer wood stoves Air tight wood heater patent top air tight 50 Drum stoves 75 and3 25 Cotton top full size 80 coil 325 Victor bed springs 75 75II many kitchen home are goods selves I I whyAmo appointment A Step in The Right Direction It is with a good deal of pleasure we commend to the confidence of our read ers and especially mothers Cascasweet the new infants and childrens remedy There is at the present time an un doubtedly strong demand for purity and safety particularly in the case of remedies for children In this instance the well known firm of E C DeWitt Co has taken the public in their confi derco by printing on each package of Cascasweet the true name of every single ingredient of the preparation This will undoubtedly strongly commend itself to physicians and mothers alike Mothers can be thoroughly satisfied in giving this simple pleasant remedy to their children in knowing that every ingre dient and element is printed on the pack age for their information This enables them to know exactly what they are giving their little ones when they ad minister Cascasweet The old time method of relieving childrens complaints by stupyfying or deadening their sensibility with drugs to produce artificial sleepy is superseded by this harmless remedy and the advanced position taken by this well known firm in making knownthe ingredients of such a valuable remedywlll undoubted Iyfind a number of followers within a short time The greatest care should be exercised inthe selection ofa remedy for the COT plaints peculiar to children Thedayis past and gone when a mother was con tent to administer to her child the old time soothing syrups and medicines containing powerful and harmful drugs to produce artificial sleepsuch as morphine andopium and it is with satisfaction that Ave note the advanced position taken by E C DeWitt Co in not only omitting from the composition of the medicine itselfany opiate or narcotic but in placing in plain English on each and every bottle the name of each of its ingredients Cascasweet is a vegeta ble corrective of superior merit as Its formula shows it to be The ReyIIrlI R Hicks 1907 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks has been com pelled by the popular demand to resume the publication of his well known and popular Almanac for 1907 This splendid Almanac is now ready For sale by newsdealers or sent postpaid for 25 cents by Word and Works Pub lishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo publishers of Word and Works one of the best dollar monthly magazines in America Qno Almanac goes with every subscription 44 IHARDINSBURG yKENTUCKY R IEHa a 4O WaI- II ITARFORK L C Taul of McQuady was id this vicinity Friday Percy Ryan of Kirk was here Thursday negotiating a trade of some importanceii 0 W Rice and daughter Miss Beulahwere in Cloverport ono day last week to consult Dr Lightfoot She is suffering with throat trouble air Horace Fuqua moved his saw mill last week from the Wm Linch farm to Chas Tabelings Allen Nowby is preparing to move in h short time to tho Poorthouse farm and will take charge of sameTom JVanzanting his brothers andsisters Mr and Mrs Dennie Sherron and daughter Miss Bessie visited Frank Mattingly and family Thursday and Friday Jj I iIi itmeetingi week conducted by the pastor a assisted by Rev Wm Bruner of 1Meado County e THE FAMOUS LEROY PLOWS 1tbe1 IforDRAWBABY 31 parts are CHILLED Iron and wear longer than tHoyt 1 PARKER ICleuMiI lialnrRomaesI t Never Tall to Bettor Or y vLSuaIIDciOe 1 1- r I I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 31 1906 5 IiI t JUST ONE WORD that word Is TU11sIt refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills and HEALTHArcTroubled with indigestion Sick headache Virtlgo of Bilious Insomnia othersindicateinactionofthe j You H TltfS epills i Take No Substitute Iis I F tA I 1LOCAL AND PERSONAL II I IMrs D Stuart Miller is in Oweusboro Chas Moorman was here from Ve- rfJ 1lfsaUles Sunda y Mrs Leon McGavock has returned home from Evansville Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer have returned from Dallas Texas Fltrite clothes the best for style and wear at Shapinsky Bros Miss Viginia Mc Gavock came home from Skillman Sunday Rev and Mrs Currie and children have returned home For good bread try a sack of Lewis t port flour for sale by J R Williams i Dr Chas Windelken was here last week from Falls of Rough Miss Verlie Windelken went to Louis ville Monday Mrs Mary De Haven left Monday forI falls of Rough to visit relatives I Mr and Mrs Mc Efee of frvington spent the day with Mrs Will Mullen C who returned home with them Mrs James Younger is in West Point visiting relatives lJ MM J D Brashenr of Louisville hasII been the guest of her husbandfl Mrs J F leome and daughter Mona bare in New Albany visiting Mrs Holder IIShapinskytiful line of ladies cloaks Miss Cleona Weatherholt has returned home from Louisvi11eII y Tom Moore of Hardinsburg was here Sunday the guest of friends II See Shapinsky Bros line of Overalls at 115 a Miss Dee Bashani went to SkUlulau Midas Miss Grace flankI spent yesterday in Louisville Earl Clark speul Sunday in Cannel ton the guest of relativest1Carl Gregoryof Loulsvilleis the guest of bis aunt Mrs Clyde Morrison Mr Joe Porter and daughter Mrs i I yesterdayIhome Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ferrer of Cannelton were guests of relatives here Monday 1 I Have you tried that Lewisport flour s yet Every sack guaranteed you will find it at O1 Councils Cos torrlson Calhoon dentists office it downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Oweneboro Ky Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan went toc Louisville last Fridayafter a visit to Mr and Mrs H V Duncan Miss Margaret Bennett Burn will entertain E the Young Girls club this afterE l noon Miss Grace Plank and her sisters Misses Eva and Edith expect to go to I Iowa for a visit next month i SCOTTS I EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the t means of life and of the en j joyment of life of thousands of men women and childrenI To the men Scotts EmulI sion gives the flesh andI strength so necessary for the 4 t ref consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining food and E tonic for the special V l trials that women have to bear a To children Scotts Emul lstrengthlgirlsLii Emulsion is a great help Send for free sample t SCOTT do BOWNE Chemists 4O04I5 Pearl Street New York c j I BOo and SlOOi all druggists Mrs Jess Askins and son Joe Dennie of Stephec port were here Tuesday to the Street Pair Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer will arrive home tomorrow evening from Coluit bus Ohio Come and see Mrs J M Cordreys line of new hats The prettiest of the seasonMiss Nora Critcheloe and Will Carnion McDaniels have been visiting Mr and Mrs Nelson Qulgpons Mrs C M P Patterson returned home from Jacksonville ill yesterday after visit to relatives Mrs A R Fisher will be hostess to the Ladies Reading club tomorrow afternoonIe Mrs James Moornmu of Glen deane the guest of her sister Mrs F T HeyserT Caley of Hawesvillc has sold his vacant lot in Cloverport to W E AdamsThe Breckenridge News and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for only two dollarsMiss LouiSe Babbage will spend Saturday in Louisville with Miss Florence Allen Pnirleigh Roy Moorman Managing Editor of The Breckenridge Democrat was here MondayIf iKoodi will find it at O Councils Miss Marion Bowmer entertained several of the young ladies on Monday afternoon in honor of Mss Jennie War fieldWill Gibson and wife of Holt atItended the funeral of their niece toe infant of Mr and Mrs Elijah Gibson MondayUThere will be a box supper at Persimmon Flat school house Friday night sour a given for the benefit of the f IIcboo1CIMrs A D Clark of Cannelton Ind was here Monday the guest of Mrs J Nolte enroute to Tobinsport Ind to visit relativeshWhen you are in need of quality of lour that will give you entire satisfaction your bread and pastry cookiup Call C or Lewisport Flour atWeatherholts l Mrs J M Cordrey will receive a line of handsome new hats today and the ladies to call and inspect hemMisses 0 Eva ani Eliza May Messrs ra Behen and Lawrence Murray will render the music at the Farmers Institute at Tobinsport Ind November 6 and lq Mrs Cuas Lightfoot of this place lid Lila Ann Hambletou of Sorgho I Hamb17etonWorshami The Baptist church in this city basr been undergoing general repairs within he past week A new tile roofing hast been put on and other improvements lave been added Mr Medford Howard and wife have gone to housekeeping in the Murray property Mr Howards parents of Hent lerson will move to this place and make heir home with theni I have a complete livery and feed business for sale and will rent the beet stable in the county for 15 per month 1 stable is 26 feet wide and 100 feet long Julian H BrownII Frank Allen Peake of Kingswood ollege will give a lecture entitled Variety Dishes nt Oelzes Hall Saturday evening Nov 3 benefit of the School library For Shoes go to the shoe man The I shoe man is the man who deals exclu sively in shoes Conrad Sippel is the hoe man of Cloverpart His shots arett ill of the best make and are the bestsellers E everywhere Conrad Sippte the shoe man is mak ng specialty of the Helmerstietter nans Eclipse brand of shoes No other shoe wears longer looks betteror gives nore solid comfort than the Eclipse shoe For shoes see theshoe man Mr and Mrs Abe Skilinan Mrs Chas Skillman and daughter Elizabeth O T Skillman Misses Elizabeth und Margaret Skillman and Miss Marion Downier will attend the Gllmour Skill nan wedding at Owensbbro Thursday I have positively the very best bright red roof and barn paint ever offered to the trade It is the only paint for preserving iron steel or tin No poison no washing off no coloring of the water Can be used for any purpose Julian H Brown Captain W H Bowmer and wife of Cloverport Ky arrived in the city Thursday afternoon nnd spent the night with their friends the families of Messrs George Short and Eugene Hayries Captain and Mrs Bowmer hnd been to Dallas on a little visit to Mrs Bowmers brother Cnttenel William Green Sterett of the Dallas News Durant Statesman- J E Keith erected at the Catholic Lurch near Concordia last week Four fine monumentsa large Barre granite to the grave of Paul Mills one large Scotch granite to the graves oft V L Burch and wife a marble monu ment to tho graves of C L Beaven andI wife one to C C Clark netting the firm nearly 1600 In the last ten days Keith Son have received a car of over sixty thousand pounds of stone and shipped over fifteen thousand pponds GARRETT Miss Dora Funk visited her uncle C H Lane in Gnrnetts ville last week Mr and Mrs Chas Price of Brandenburg spent Sunday wither parents MrI and Mrs J II Shacklett Wordie Bunger has purchased the farm of William Osborncj deceased Mr and Mrs Harlem Payne of Illinois are visiting his sister lrs Edd Hunger Mr Carman who has been painting R lIe Dowells residence hug returned to his home in Zinc GroveMrs I Houston Wimp of Bran denburg visited MrsBJCarrico Jr last week Mrs George Lescher of Arkansas is visiting her sister Mrs jj Reuben Jones and also her aunt Mrs Laura Burch Mrs Sallio Shacklett Kendall died Oct 19 She leaves six children Ben Jacob H Rev F Corena wife of William Neafus Laura wife of Joseph Stith Lou wife of Dick Hagan Her death was caused from a fall several weeks before Funeral services were conducted by Rev F Hagan and the remains were buried at Buck Grove William Thomas Burch a wellI attorney of Louisville led Oct 10 at his home 520jj Sixteenth street following an jperation for septic poisoning from which he never regained j pnsc iousnees Mr Burch wasUU sixtythree years old anda native ULouisilleU survived by his widow who was Miss Virginia Wale of Gar icttsville and nine children Mrs Charlotte Wimp William T Jr Mrs Ella Cooper Edna Lillian Dra Bessie folkof Colorado m George of Cincinnati James of Arizona He is also survived by two sisters Mrs Annie McDonald- if Louisville and Mrs Francis iitchie of Meado County Ho was buried in Cave Hill Oct 13IJ CifTiTt RY13e- iuina I 8iJutut Of lGolTires Joined hands Mr Rhodes once told a circle of- rlends after dinner the story of his irst meeting with Belt I called at orges late one evening he said and here was Bolt working away as usual Do you never take a rest I asked Not often lie replied Well whats your gamer said I I am going to i control the whole diamond output be ore I am much older lie answered os he got oft his stool Thats funny It said I have made up my mind toI Jo the same Wo hnd better join muds Join hands they did Unl1wI Vlfreil Belt Cecil Rhodes had small lationco with arithmetical details Once tklicharacteristic Involved him In a dlfllculty Pitching a balance sheet Into the pile of papers before Belt he exclaimed desperately lIerI jou understand things For heavens tike tell me how I stand You may be just as skeptical audl pessimistic as yoa please Kodol will dIgest what you eat whether you eat or not You can put yonr food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia care on it and it will digest it the awn as it will in your stoaaoh It out belp but cure Indigestion andl jspepsla It s caring n nndreds andI hoasands some had faith and some did nt Hold by all duggistst A IlcHtlri Patch of Earth There Is near to tho Thurlngeu Bummer resort Tramisee a curious anti locally celebrated phenomenon name ly the floating Island which disports Itself at will now at this und now on that side of the Hautsee a small and charmingly situated lake The little Island also has Its own flora varying roan that on the Immediately adjacent mainland among which may be men tioned the meat consuming Drosera rotuudlfolla while flowers and edible berries grow here In rank profusion and slender birches cast their shadeI over those who care to laud and In vestigate this restless little patch of earth Birds are especially partial to this spot wild ducks old other aquatic birds breeding here In great numbers But the great event of the year is thoI jVolksfcst held upon the Island every L Ascension day when dancing and bratwurst eating washed down by the obligatory beer Is the order of the dayrnll Mull Gazette IPrevenUc8 as t he name implies pre vents all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tab lets Preveutics dissipate nil coldkl quickly and taken earlywhen you fir eel that a cold is coming they chec and prevent them Preventics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by Severs Drug Co Nasall CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm eleaniei soothes and heals the dlieaicd membrane Itcures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quicklyCream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is Immediate and a cure follows It Is not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at DrnII ght or by null Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York j ff IJl DR TAYLOR j W Representing Hf TAYLOR KEENE a DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO Will be In Cloverport on the 12th 13th and ltth ot each f ri month Dr Ughtfoots office Will be In Hnrdlnsburg on the iW 1 9th 20th and 21st of each f Oj mont h Dr Incheloes office 1 B U We are in Clover toJpair of glasses we sell Satisfaction or your money back g I SEVERS DRUG C- OWantsL WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION TIIE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under this head at I cent a word per week I FOR SALE on nF T- Fon SALE OR UETII farm of209aeres mile and a halt from llurdliisburc near the Louisville road Renter preferred Wrltu or cull on me at Unrdlnsburg Patrick Teutr WANTED HUIITIMBElt 7AXTEDHub timber For particulars + spool llcat Ions and prlws address Huwcs vlllo Hub and MfR Co Huwesvllle Ky TRACTION H OI E- Fon SALE 16hIorse Tower Traction En Just rebuilt and practically us good UK new Address Iluwusvlllo Hub and Mfg Co Hnwcsvllle Ky FOR SALEA beautiful tea set decorated in sold or ereen und pink flowers 1300 Hreekenrldjje News Olllce FORSALEtsimresbark stock one furm und one house cud lot In the city of CloverportV 0 llahhngc Attorney at Law LOSTOno gold rinir with ruby set Under to Ella M Smith und re ceive reward SIEt arms Adklsson Ilros SFOR Cloverport ICy WANlFHOentleman or lady with good by rail or with rig for a firm of fJ5000000 capital Salary II 07200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport K yICOR SALEA tuition certificate In the ijtowlliiK Green BusIness College lireck enrldgo News j SALE lOti acres of land laying on the brunch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 10 acres lu meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Irlco fl500 cash For further particulars write the BreckcnrldKO News Cloverport KyIANTEDTo trade fruit trees for lumber Write or call on Jno D KabbiiKo Clo verport Ky FOIL SALEA Sinner Machine In good re for t8 News ofllceCloverport Kj WANTEDIly Chicago wholesale and mall order house assistant manager mtin or woman for this county and adjoining terri tory Salary 0 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or ex valuablewriteselfaddressed envelope Address GENER AL MANAGER 154 E Lake St Chicago FOR HALE HINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Englne MABTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Ky With the Sick t Mrs Herbert Beard of near Hardins burg sister of Mrs F F Ughtfobt o Cloverport is recovering from a severe spell of sickness The infant son of Mr and Mrs J T Ridge has been quite ill LThe infant child of Chas Hawkins and wife of Hiles Run is improving rom a severe spell of sick ess Col A J Ross of Holt is convalesc ing from an illness of several weeks The little son of R O Perkins and f J J 1 yrJ r MEET ME AT NOLTESIn IIBusy Days These 1ml The sharp blustry winds last Saturday and Sunday warned the good mother not to de lay longer if more sewing and readyto wear goods was needed for the family Monday kept us busy supplying her needs i Outing Cloths Flanneletts Flan I nels Dress Goods and all kinds QI of Woolen Goods Skirts Under- wearI Hosiery Overcoats Cloaks 1 Caps Shoes m 93 I1So if you have forgotten anything for your m3make up let us fix you J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Just need have have your order Barn need illness John Gibson Told again again virtues GOLD DUST- FLOURforget which if it it is Brand It makes It makes is nutri tious wheat are permitted Brand of Flour hence it is pure healthful Try i- tCadick Milling CMAKERSInd 1MM wrwrwwrw+ nJwrwwrwMrr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEVSII And The LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD IBoth MW OII n 1 No Waiting Here I tell us how much Lumber you Wo kinds of Fra ming material choice and Walnut is ready for you Thats thing you were unable to get so quick before Let us today Your House or Stable may t REMEMBER Seaton Weatherholtj Cloverport wife of is ill Jas Johnson Jr and baby are recovering after a severe of this has been ill for some time is somexvnat improved at present Have Been of the of CADICKS But lest could not do you ever had used we tell you the Best of Flour made more loaves to the sack the satisfactory bread rolls cakes and pastries It thoroughly reliableonly the best most properties of the to enter into and w w I 7 nil Poplar the repairs US Ky Cloverport Mrs Mrs city who You and yon you most and this fy Hello Central Give Me 193 Winn Bros Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meat Always on hand t Say give us YourNext NextOrder and see if we do not please you WINN BROS- Cloverport KyJIaro sw I Mule Market Good fi- i The mule market in this section has been quite liter lately Several of them have ehaiiKi l hauls at handsome prices Farmers can dispose of mules t at any time now at almost any prices klSoCure a Cold in One DayIyTievesAlan l Er J 1 r j J t f c c r7 yPr cT n p 6 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 31 1006 lftW Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out yourtersediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy condi of the kidneys stains your linen Is evidence of kid ney trouble goo frequent desire to pass or pain In the back alto convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There 1 Is comfort In the known dge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon realize It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in SOc andI1 sizes You may have a sample bottle of this Wonderful discovery And a book that tells more about It both sent malJAddross tion If It It It Is notreof swunpBoet Co Binghamton N Y Whew writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mlstakebut remember the name SwampKoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Hoot and the ddrese Iilnftliaoiton N V if on every bottle Died In Owensboro Sample Kyjir Irvin Squires died Oct 19 1900 at the home of his son S U Squires ot Owens biro Ky and was brought to this place for burial After a funeral discourse by Rev J C Argabright the body was buried Oct 21 The pall bearers consisted of very aged men- The subject of this sketchwas born in Nov 1839 joined the church at this place ten years ago and lived a true Christian lie leaves two brothers two sisters three sons one daughter nine grandchildren undono great grandchild to mourn their loss The family have the sympathy of their many friends The new Pure Food antI Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stapifymg or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as male for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of nil opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babeand it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Ur Shoops Let the law be your protection We cheer fully recommend and sell it Severs Drug Co Will Stay In Texas Awhile Houston Tex Oct 25Clarence- N Hughe 22 of Swaliiiboro Gn who has given banks in all parts of the country trouble for several years was convicted here on three counts of lorgory and given two yonrs in each case He made a plea for mercy and received the minimum penalty In each case He made an escape from the Colorado stato penitentiary and Is also wanted In Alabama Louisiana Ohio Pennsylvania Maryland Ar kansas Illinois and probably other tates Dragging Dow- nI Painsare of tae most Mriotu trouble which can attack a woman I vto falling ot the womb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods wMlotntnc drain backache headache nenrouaneu dizziness Ir ritability ttred ctcThe curateI IiII I WINE OF Cardul I The Female Regulator that wonderful curative vegetable ex tract which exerts such a marvelous strengthening Influence on all female organs Cartful relieves pain and regulates the settees It Is a sure and penoanaat cure nor alt female complaintsAt and dealers In 100 Mettles 6 I SUFFERED AVVTUL PAIN to my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo also la ny right sad left sides and- y menses were vefr painful and Irreg ular Sine kId Carelul I feel like a Dew woman and da ROt suffer as I did It to the bat SMdfcfee I ever took s KENTUCKY FARMER Tells Agricultural Association Advan tage of Combining East St Louis 111 Oct 25 Several addresses were made at the convene tion of the American Society of Equity a farmers organization In session here In favor of forming an agricultural combine to fix and main tdln prices on farm products Probably the most Interesting ad dress was that by M F Sharp of Narrows Ky In the course of his remarks ho said The trust and the combines which are the agencies of the Infernal reI duns call us jays hayseeds rubes and mossbacks and say that even fIf we do organize we will not stick I will say to you that when organiza tion raises the price of products It 1 Is the best sticking plaster In the world I know the farmers will stick Equity means a fair deal All manufacturing Industries fix the price of tholr products and know what price they are going to get for them The farm er the backbone of the nation and the worlds greatest producer has been going on the theory that he will take whatever ho can got for his produce Equity Intends that the farmer shall take his place with the worlds producers and fix a profitable price for his products That can bo done only by a plan of marketing pro ducts to control and regulate the mar ket prices BIG FIGURES The Estimates for Postal Service for Ensuing Year Washington Oct 25 Postmaster General Cortelyou submitted to the secretary of treasury for transmis lIon to congress estimates for the postofllce department and the postal service for the coming fiscal year The amount asked for salaries and the postofllce is 1528920 being a net Increase of 121530 over the current year while tho amount asked for main tenance of service Is 203662190 a net Increase of 15000000 The esti mates last year were about 12000000 In excess of the appropriations for the year before so that the increase this year is about 3000000 more than the increase last year The up parently largo Increase according to the department represents but a nor- ma advance made necessary by con stantly growing needs and the public remand for Improved facilities Gen Forsyth Dead Columbus 0 Oct 25James W Forsyth 72 major general U S A retire died at his home In this city He was stricken with paralysis Mon tiny night and never rallied The funeral which will be private will be hold Friday afternoon interment In Greonlawn cemetery here General Forsyth married a daughter of the late Governor DennIson in 1SG7 Three children survive General For syth had a distinguished military ca veer He graduated from West Point In 1856 served on McClellans staff during the Peninsula and Maryland campaigns during the civil war Later he was chief of staff to General Sheri dan For gallantry at the battle of Chlckamau a he was breveted a ma jor After the civil war General For syth distinguished himself in tho frontier service As colonel of the Seventh cavalry he was ordered against the Indians at Pine Ridge Dakota In 18110 when the ghost dance craze was started In the conflict which ensued almost the entire band of Indians was wiped out He was promoted to brigadier goneral by President Cleveland and appointed major general by President McKinley in 1897 when he retired PRODUCE PRICES Minimum Scale as Proposed by an Organization of Farmers East St Louis 111 Oct 26Tho following minimum price scale was adopted by the American Society of Equity composed of farmers Wheat 1 corn 45 cents until Jan 1 50 cents from Jan 1 to April 1 55 cents from April 1 until the next meeting of the society oats 40 cents cotton 12 cents based at New York hogs 650 cattle 6 hay 14 With the excep tion of cotton all prices are based on delivery at Chicago The following officers were elected President J H Everltt Indianapolis vice president J B Whiting Interlalren N Y sec retary J W Tubbs Indianapolis treasurer J M Stelle Indianapolis national organizer H B Sherman Greensburg lad- Marina Graveyard Victoria D a Oct 26The bark entlne Skagll 441 tons went ashore OB the Vancouver Island coast a few miles from where the Valencia disas ter occurred Captain Ross and the cook were drowned The mate and sewn men reached shore in safety The Skagll Is a total wreck She was bound from San Francisco Oct 9 for Port Gamble and encountered a heavy tog The vessel was In the breakers before the crew was aware of the danger The scene of the disaster has been the graveyard of many ships notably the Valencia Atalanta Uncle John Janet Cowan and Veata Six Ships In Cuban Waters Washington Oct 26The cruiser Columbia at New York was ordered to Havana to relieve the Brooklya which is to be put out of commission Tae naval force In Cuban waters will then consist of six ships the Colum bia Dos Moines Tacoma Cleveland Prairie and Celtic Will Look Ground First Washlngtbn Oct 26The state ment was madO by a cabinet officer that tho appointment of a governor of probobllltyPresident Roosevelt returns from his trip to the isthmus DUMMY TRAIN Was Sent Out to Catch a Qandlt Who Did Not Show Up Chicago Ocf 25 Threatened by an anonymous letter writer with the blowing up of one of its passenger trains unless it paid over 5000 the Lake Shore company ran a dummy train filled with armed men from Chi cago to a point in Indiana designated by the bandit whore the train was stopped No one was found in the neighborhood Posses are searching the Indiana marshes In the vicinity of Pine Miller and Aetna Two employes of the Aetna powder works were ar rested because a bottle of nltrogly corln was found In their room Three letters In all were received from the mysterious writer and the railroad of ficials turned the matter over to the United States postal nuhoritlcs who planned the dummy train to trap the bandit SEVEN KILLED By Explosion of Gas In a Coal Mine All Foreigners Except One Johnstown Pa Oct 25An ex plosion in the Cambria Steel com panys coal mine here killed seven miners and fatally injured two out of 20 men at work in a room three miles from the shaft Afterdamp ham pered the work of rescue One of the dead is an Americanborn miner Sampson Luther The others are for eigners The explosion was in a head Ing a considerable distance from the ill fated Klondike section where 114 mon lost their lives four years ago The exact cause Is not known but It Is supposed that the gas was fired by a blast All the men had their safety lamps in proper trim showing that the accident could not have been caused by neglect in that direction No damage was done to the workings Leper Burned In His Cabin Clarksburg W Va Oct 22The body of George Raschld the Syrian leper was cremated In a shocking manner at Pickens The shanty in which he stayed was set on fire and his body was consumed with it It IB declared his death was the result of foul play Many people at Pickens say the leper was given poison in his food Plckons citizens opposed the presence of the man with the loath some disease If he was murdered the persons administering the poison well knew that there would not be a post morlern examination made of this body Synucnia Ky March 30 1003 Dr EW Hall St Louis Mo D- eSirI would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place BO I would be pleased to hear from you con cernine the agency as soon as possible Ed Draffen Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes eemianal emissions weaK and lame backs rheumatismand all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and worn n rpplates bladder trouble in children If not sold by yonr druggist will be sent by mail on reneipt of f1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for test menials Sold by all druggists THE MARKETS primteenheifers J2 6005 35 bulls I 4004 50 stockers and feeders U 4004 BO Sheep and IambsSheep U 0095 76 lambs t 007 60 yearlings 16 to06 26 Calves primeheavygoodheavyO 40 good to choice mixed IS 1696 30 packing IS 906 10 pigs 5 608 20 WheatNo 2 red 73 i78He CornNo2 45c Oat No 2 Aye EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export cattle IS 3006 00 shipping teen 14 76O6 26 butcher cattle II 60S 6 2e heifers IS OOOI 60 fat cows 12 25 O4 00 bull 12 lOCH Of makers and springer ISO OOO 0 99 Cheep and Lambi Jood to chelee yearling If 009 6 25 wether 15 8095 76 mixed IS 259 6 10 ewes 8 0091 10 spring lambs 14 6097 25 Calve Bert 17 609S 00 Hog Hearten 14 6011 u mediums II 450 10 Yorkers II 1001 40 pip II 129 6- 6PITTUROCattle Choice II 760 6 00 prime 15 50I 75 tidy butchers 14 7095 10 heifers 12 1014 25 cow bulls and stags IS 6093 76 fresh sows 125 00960 00 Sheets and Lamb Prime wether 5 6C95 65 good mixed 15 M 9E 40 lambs U SO 91 00 Hog Heavy hogs 16 60 mfulum It 4006 41 heavy Yorker 16 40 light Yorkers II 30GI 85 pig II 5006 15- CLEVELAND Cattle Prime dryfed 15 6098 00 choice heifers 12 5004 25 fat cows IS lie 50 bulls IS 0001 50 milkers and iprlngera 112 OOO43 00 Sheep and Lamb Chelee lambs II 760 TOO wethers 15 0006 25 mixed 14 260 00 ewes 14 6004 15 Calves7 60 down0 HogsYorkers II SO mixed II 35 mediums 640 pigs IS 34 stags 14 25O4 75 rough 15 6005 75 CINCINNATIWheat No 2 red 719 ItHo Com No 3 mixed 4HO4o Oats No 2 mixed 36085He RyeNo 2 I7H06IC LardS 40 Bacon 110 25 Bulk meats 19 00 HopS 4006 324 Cattle 12 0001 35 SheepU 2104 50 Lamb4 0007 6- 6BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above 33H034c X S19S3c No1 40040 No 3 88S9o fine un washed 26026o delaine washed 360S7c detain unwashed 28029e Kentucky and Indiana coming blood 330S6c Mobdt aOffiMe CTCQIABears tin TAe KIMYou Hiss IIIIJIIIII 8Ipw t t1o t ii tti BEWLEYVILLE H C Barnes was at Elizabeth town Friday and Satuday Joe Miller will leave for Illinois the 22nd of this month Misses Nell and Clara Board worn the guests of Misses Sallie Adker son and May Jordon Saturday and SundayJ Jackson and Ben Harda way are visiting friends and rela tires near Leitchfield Miss Clara Jordan has returned homo from Louisville Hugh Albright is at home for a few weeks visit Mrs Kate Jordan has purchased a home in Louisville and will leave Monday for the city Do you use an atomizer in treating Nasal Catmrh Then you will appreciate Elys Liquid Cream Balm the mildest quickest surest remedy for the disease In all curative properties it is identical with the solid Cream Balm which is so famous and so successful in overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There is relief in the first dash of spray upon the heated sensitive air passages All druggists 75 Including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren St N Y- TARFORK Deferred from iQst week Joe Beavin of Oakland is spend ing this week at his fathers Sam BeavinFrank lluppcrt was in Louisville Friday on business Miss Mather Burdin is going to Louisville to visit Miss Anna Hin tonJohn Beavin has returned home from Louisville e Tom Robertson has sold his to bacco at 57 and 2 The way for every man to do is to join tho A S of E and stick to it that is the only way tho farmer can save him selfMrs slary Askin is visiting her mother at Rock Lick Tom Ryan was in Clovurport Wednesday on business John Beavin was in Owensboro MondayFrank Burdin is done sowing wheat A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months agowhen she began taking Electric Bitterflwhich have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity sne had in the prime of life writes Mrs WL Gilpat rte of Daufortb Me Greatest restora tive medicine on the globe Sets Stom ach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood rind cures Malaria Bilous ness and Weakness Wondetful Nerve Tonic Price COc Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- Total Immigration Washington Oct 25The total Inv migration to the United States may reach 1400000 people this year said Secretary Metcalf of tho department of commerce and labor Tho secretary had Just returned from New York whore he investigated conditions at the Ellis Island Immigrant st- ationALive WireEvery nerve is a live wire connecting some part of the body with the brain They are so numerous that if you penetrate the skin with the point of a needle you will touch a nerve and receive a shockpain it is called Aches and pains come from a pressure strain or in jury to a nerve the more prom inent the nerve the greater the pain When the pain comes from a large nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves or the heart stomach sciatic or other prominent nerve branch To stop pain then you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do thisI suffered Intense pain caused by neuralgia I doctored and used various medicines without getting relief juntil I began taking Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills They did me evergood than all the medicines I used They never fall to cure my headaches and their use never leaves any bad 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boxes sold prices running from twentyfive cts toil 10 Blood Poisoning results from chronic ronstipatcnwhich is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove poisonous germs from the system and infuse new life and vigor cure sour stomach nausla head ache dizziness and colic without griping or discomfort 2uca Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co MATTINQLYL Deferred from last week Rev John Morton of Clovorport filled his appointment at Pisgah church last Sunday Mr N Brickey wife and daughter Irene attended church at Pisgah last Sunday Peyton Pate of Owensboro here visitingrelatives Nobe Pate who has been in Louisville for seveial days on business has returned home I Miss Jane Davis visited relatives Bad B1 1w k responsible for most of the difetttef and ailnit of the hifcm1 spa It se i J rt cts eVytgffany unction caUses catarrh f dyspepsia rheumatism wecik tiriQd Ignjrt feefl i MMifwonv Iffii liiHodasSarsaparillar wl1ch an enric1es thfbki nottiftfelse con 1 tertimoriik of Vwi k tat aWII MM for Book oa the Mood Ne 3 C Hood Co LeweM MOM i Y iylI ilii iiJImi i iI f iiiiiiii lii III I1 IHnicn p iF 1Ii i IIIII i1- Ihuif ll III t l t i illllllll iiGill h6iuullailIUi INIIhIhUislilfIiullfiiluililH lpliiilllli fli illlll allfl BIBII li i 1 I e if to a Do IDEA 1 0I U h cures aspe and Tar no 1 all T is n r I I at Sunday West View last Saturday and Sammie Briokey has gone to Evansville to reside Miss Maggie Touan who has been sick for some time has not improvedat this writing Mr James Brickey and wife of VI1nZl1nt are visiting his parents Mr Jonn Brickey andwife The members of Pisgah church will meet Saturday Oct 27 at 11 oclock in order to call a pastor for the church Mr and Mrs James Furrow have three sons sick with malaria feverLeonard Furrow who has been teaching school at Balls school house and Alvin the assistant teacher at McQuadys and a younger son are all sick No Pill lIs as pleaaant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect wane strong people say they are the best liver pills told Sold by all druggists Ceylon Shark ShEiks Infest the waters of Ceylon and the pearl dIvers of that region are In deadly fear of these wolves of the deep The divers are mostly Tamils and Moormen and display marvelous endurance and pluck To protect themselves against the ever present danger to which tho presence of the sharks ex poses them tho divers carry charms given them by recognized shark bind ers who receive a small government fee and a dozqn oysters a day from each boat Qwlnc to the constant nofeo and splashing the sharks are generally kept at a distance and accidents are rare Faiwof King Ov Off the fSmous king of Bashan mentioned In Deuteronomy had a bedstead nine cubits long or about sixteen and a half feet It Is doubtful whether Og himself was of tho full length of his bedstead Many bones of reputed giants have been found In different countries of the world and uninformed people tastily concluded that the men to whom these bones were supposed tto have belonged must have been from fifteen to thirty feet In height All such remains have been proved to be those of the gigantic animals existing la a former era ot the worlds history y JIf t OUR PRICEII 360 I Breckenridge XATII NEYTAR 4I tMOles ChildrenRedCIoerBIosomonEerjOott ayj Peoples Lobby Washington Oct 23 Members of the governing committee of the Peo plos Lobby a civic reform movement met at the Raleigh hotel and elected Mark Sullivan of New York temporary chairman and R M Allen of Kentucky temporary secretary Committees were appointed to draft plans for the establishment of a per manent bureau In Washington Ac cording to one of those Interested In the movement the object of the bu reau to be established here will be to scrutinize legislation by congress and to keep a record of the work done by congress HAS STJ3D TH BTBST 25 YEARS OhlllTonic ItIscure no pay 50- cLambert Bozarth Miss Matilda Lambert of Lewisport and Mr Salem Bozartb were married ast Wednesday evening Mis Lambert- s a p ipular you ng womanof Hancock county and Mr Bozarth is a prosperous armer of near Hawesville It is rendered Laxative so that its use insures a prompt and efficient evacuation of the bowels It relaxes tho nervons system and cures all conghs colds croup etc A red clover blossom and the honey bee is on every bottle of the Original Laxative Cough Syrnp Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Sold bv all druggists The Power of Intuition The power of Intuition usually spoke en of as being so mysterious Is really not so at all said a woman recently It Is merely the ordinary method of reasoning from observation Intensified The BO called Intuitional person differs from the one of more commonplace powers In possessing a keener sensitiveness to facts She or he for It Is Absurd to assert that this power Is ex clusively feminine observes a thou sand things that persons of duller sense fall to see and that are beyond the con trol of the most skillful RctorNow York Tribune CASTORITor Infants and Children Till Kind You Hays Always Bought Dears the- BlJiaattueof e A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Dispute Over Receivership Referred to Master In ChancerySection of Federal Labor Law Declared In validProtest Against Free Seeds Chicago Oct 2ID a new bill of complaint flied in tire United States circuit court by bondholders in tin Colonial Security company of Missouri an attempt was made to divide the receivership of the American K serve Bond company of Kentucky ordered by Judge Kohlsaat last Novem ber For some time there has been friction as to which receiver shall have possession of the assets of the reserve bond company and subsidiary companies Involved The new bill filed asks that the orders appointing receivers Nov 7 and 14 by Judge Kohlsaat be set aside and that a sepa rate receiver bo appointed for the de fendant in the new action For two days Judge Kohlsaat heard arguments by various counsel as to wether his court or the Kentucky court shall have jurisdiction over the assets of the reserve bond company At the close Judge Kohlsaat referred the whole controversy to a master in chancery Labor Section held Void Louisville Ky Oct 24In the United States district court Judge Walter Evans in the case of tho United States vs J M Scott a train dispatcher for the Louisville S Nash ville railroad on trial for alleged violation of the Erdman act which seeks to prevent Interstate carriers from keeping their employes out of libor unions held that section 10 of the act IB void because it is not a regulation I of commerce within the meaning of the commerce clause of the constitu tion and therefore beyond the power of congress to enact The court sustained the demurrer to the Indictment against Scott and discharged him from custody Feudist In Action Whltesburg Ky Oct 23On Dry Fork four miles from town Henry Brown was fired on by parties hidden In the underbrush and shot through the shoulder He returned live fire and Elihu Brown was wounded Members of both sides came hero and secured supplies of ammunition and firearms declaring war to the death upon Back other County Judge Craft Issued warrants for the arrest of LenvaU Cleveland and Elihu Brown and Sher iff Crawford went with a posse of moo Intending to arrest the feudlsts The Browns are a largo and influential family the feud being between Ellhn and Henry Brown cousins over some land claimed by each of them Battle With Pistols Jackson Ky Oct 25Will Mela tosh has been brought here from Athol whore he was desperately wounded in a fight with Moses Caudill Caudlll was Instantly killed by Robert McIntosh The McIntosh boys had gone to the home of Caudlll their brothor in law to take away the little daughter of their sister who had died Caudill resented this and a fight fol lowed Sam Mclntosh a third brother Is in Jail charged with complicity Coal Trade Inquest Knoxvllle Tenn Oct 26The IIn- terstate commerce commission finish ed Its work here and departed for Lou isville Ky where it will continue iU investigation of the coal trade The coal operators of the Middlesboro district who were responsible for tho m vestigation expressed themselves as pleased with the results Stricken on a Train New York Oct 24Henry Earth of Cincinnati a director of the American Typo Founders company was strick en with apoplexy on a train entering the Grand Central station Ho was removed to a hospital where he re covered consciousness and mada known his Identity His condition U reported as serious Jumped tho Track Mount Sterling Ky Oct 22nert Smith engineer Joe Derickson lum berman and Conductor Llth were In stantly killed by a train jumping the track on the Mountain Central rail way near Campton Ky Three other men were fatally hurt Smith lost control of his engine going down a steep grade Against Fns Seed Lexington Ky Oct 5ln Joint convention here the Kentucky State Orange and Farmers Institute adopt ed resolutions condemning the gov ernment free seed distribution and de Glaring an Intention to ask congress to atop the distribution and devote tho appropriation to other purposes Potka Laffttn Dead Madlsonvllle Ky Oct Z3Potka Laffoen 60 one of the leading lawyers and Democratic politicians in central Kentucky died at hU homo here He formerly represented the Second Kea Lucky district In eongresi Wireless Peat Washington Opt 211A remarkable achievement in wireless telegraphy tIs reported to the navy department from the Pensacola station That plant was abje to keep in constant communi cation with the steamer Preston from Ue time that vessel left New York uatll it arrived at Honduras The sta tion also received messages rom the Preston while that ship was entering New York harbor where ahe was undoubtedly bathed in electric waves from other stations and ships A curious fact 10 that the Peasacola eta tion has hot been able to repeat this performance with any other steamer II PYhatYou Can loo II a Perfection Oil Heater you can heat a cold bedroom a sickroom more comfortable warm a thingsbetterwhat fuel it The superiority of the PERFECTIONOil Equipped with Smokeless Device lies In the fact that It generates heat smoke brassthroughoutcost Fount has otl Indicator and handle beater Is light andportable Absolutely safe and simplewick cannot be turned parueullyordeacrlptlveThe can be used In any room R4a Lamp end Is the best oll roundhouse lam made Gives clear light It canbuyliandaomesimplesatisfactoryEvery get It from your dealer- STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated E With make burns Intense without 0 steady = rwSchoolBooksT School Supplies i new line of standard school books for have arrived Your order can be filled here from the primer up Get your school here too Jno D Babbage Sons Publishing Co I THE Fifth I HOTELI Louisville Ky L PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr a KILL LUNGS KingsNew for all With This Oil Complete Kentucky supplies Avenue i The most centrally located ard In the city making a 200 rate one from the principal shopping district and two blocks tromIIthe principal theatres cars pass the door to all ot the ctty- Enrythtnlt neat andiclcan Frank May A S Griffin REAL ESTATEWe have recently opened a Estate office in Owensboro Ky and kindly invite our Breckenridge County friends to communicate us should they wish to or sell any of property We feel that a wide acquaintance and the knowledge we of the Estate values that we can be of great assistance to all especially do we call at tention to Daviess County Lands or Owensboro Investments Yours truly M l GRIFFIN Office 324 12 St St Phones 358 Owensboro Ky r TH COUCH AND CURE THR FOR PriceCOUGHiaed 100 Surest and Quickest Cure THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK r Heater only Bretclass hotel Only block Street put Real with buy kind with have Real your A Am Both PISOCURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS ti Best Couth Symp Tastes Cond t o BnlTTOEBliHglCTgTOJ H I I CONSUMPTION ELECTRICallrn8w n Kor otFor foiMtioa Relieves sour stomach palpitation of the heart Digests what you eat y ft t 11w pT1 8 THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT ICY OCTOBER 31 1906 THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Peruna in the Home3 for Catarrhal Diseases S 1 JI R S D FOSS116 S E 6th street 1Vl Minneapolis Minn writes I wish to congratulato you on your medicine Peruna 1 havo been a sufferer with catarrh of tho stomach for over two years but since I havo comi uIA GOOD WORD tOR- PERUNA your remedy havo been can say I feel no of ray old trouble and aa a matter of course I will always have a good word for PerunaI It to ah my friends Mrs Winkler Route 4 Westminster Md writes- I thank you very much for your ad vice I can safely sap that Peruna and Manalln havo saved my life When 1 wrote to you the first time asking your advice mv condition was so poor that J did not expect to live through the winter hut now I nm perfectly healthy I cannot t raio your menecdw take I steadily Improving untirnowl safely moro Magdalena PRAISEFOR PERUNA medicine enough and I recommend It to others T T Markland a wellknown bussI ness man of Cincinnati 0 writes from 3100 Woodburu Ave as follows LESSONS IN- SOCIAL ECONOMY Exhibit at Jamestown Exposition To Be Educational Factor in Improving Conditions Of Working Classes Norfolk Va Oct 29 Social Economy will comprise one of the interesting nod instructive exhibits at the Jamestown exposition to bo held on the shores of Hampton Rods near Norfolk Va next year The celebration commmor ates the fnutiling of the first English speaking settlement in America at Jamestown Va in 1607 and is the most important historical event in the history of the United Slates This exhibit will sh iw the develop nient attained during three hundred years along those lined and will he complete and comprehensive in characer Interest in the displiy is further env hunted by a serifs of daily lectures to be given in a hull ptovtiled for that pur pose The lecturer will lhe illustrated with stereo iticon vit ws and moving pictims allowing the various places of progress from the inception to the DR BOUGHELLE J Dr L B Bouchello of Thomasvillo Ir Go a physician well known in tho South is very enthusiastic over the cod liver oil preparation Vlnol Ho says I havo used Vlnol in my fam fly and in my general practice with the most satisfactory results It is exceedingly beneficial to those afflict ed with bronchial or pulmonary dis cases and to create strength superiortoemulsions is because it is a real cod liver preparation from which all tho useless oil has been eliminated and tonic iron added We aslc every weak thin run down nervous and aged person in town and all those suffering from lungstoSevers Drug Cof j i I 1 I III WEIGIITI day and havo gained ten pounds I took I your Peruna accord ing to directions and the result was moro than I expected lean now breatho with ease and also my cough is stopped I had it for six mouths before I took down with the gripI took no other medicine but Pernna and it accomplished all You told me in your first letter that Peruna would cure mo and it has I araoventythree years oldland can attend to my work and business as usualMrs Theone Mikkolson Brigham City Utah writes I wish to thank you for all tho good Peruna has done me 1 am entirely free from the cough which uscl1 to bother me so much every winter 1Iy kidneys are also in good condi 11iltroner11 GIVESIPERUNA CREDIT cine Peiuna I am phased to recom mend It to everybody present development of this branch of work This feature will be under the auspices of the National Ci Federation of Sew York and the American Civic AssociationThe will show the develop I ment In municipal and rura improve ments in the physical arrangement of cities and towns thetreutment of streets i aud perks and the methods of sanitation j and drainage It will also include or ganized or individual efforts made by employers for the benefit of employees j the establishment of sanitary workplaces the means employed for ed ucation recreation and housing of the J working classes social settlements children playgrounds public baths etc The section devoted to charities and I corrections will include an exhibit from state and municipal institutions for the care of defectives dependents and de linquents showing the most efficient l methods employed for the protection of life and property against enire pnuIpensm and disease An exhibit of the regul itiona govern fug labor and industry models and apparatus By means of a series of statie f tical charts will be shown the average rate of wages and the relative cost of living the effect of strikes and lockouts and the extent of the employment of women and children Material relating i to special movements and investigations and their results will be set forth in graphic form A feature of especial human interest will be the exhibit showing the devices for safe guarding the lives and limbs of working men and women and for preventing accidents under ordlnare conditions of life and labor to which the general public is exposed This part of the display will be classifiedas follows Photograpbs models and drawings of scaffolding protective devices for boilers water gauges signal apparatus boiler and pipe valves also protective devices for eletrical machinery and acetylene apparatus motor and power transmitters turning on and shut flingi measures against premature explosions 1first1 quarrying devices in use on stone crush- Ing machinery methods ot storing explosive safety devices for looms card ing paper cutting stamping and mould ing machinery appliances forelevators hoists etc workingmens dwellings dressing and living rooms together with models plants and photographs of workingmens industrial betterment institutions of all kinds Another feature which cannot fail to prove interesting will be the exhibit of the Philadelphia Commercial Museum showing the development of the Com itsbeginningA GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES PUesDrulf14Days I 4t c HARDlNSBURiG Miss Nancy Kincholoo was thei guest of Miss Louise Beeler at Kirk a few days of last week Mr and Mrs M IL Beard tiye the guests of Mr and Mrs Moor man at Glendeane Sunday Dr E F Day was a visitor iin Louisville Sunday- A large crowd was hero Mon day to attend tho examining trialI of Owen Willhito charged with the murder of Ova Carman James E Stone of Louisville was in the city Monday He will be appointed chief clerk in the office of the Superintendant of Public Instruction in tho even of the nomination and election of Prof 11 0 Winfrey Mr Stone is thoroughly competent to fill the position and as ho is a Brecken ridge county man every Demo crat in the county should cast his vote for him by voting for Prof Winfrey in the Democratic primary Read his card elsewhere in this issue Miss Petrie of Shelbyville who has been the guest of Miss Lelia McGary has returned home Dr J B Frymiro of Frymire was in town Monday on a business tripCharles B Miller now theI Deputy Warden at the Eddyvillo I penitentiary has come home to boost for Beckham and Hager in the approaching primary of thet Democratic party Ho says they are sure winners Judge N McC Mercer spent Sunday at Stephensport- The Street Fair and Carnival Co have arrivedand are putting up their tents on the streets be tween the court house and jail The Fair will continue four days beginning Wednesday and closing Saturday The business men have subscribed to the guarantee fund and have advertised generously and large crowds of people are expected each day Circuit Court adjourned last Friday afternoon after having been in session for nearly three weeksJohn B Bates of Mclnady was in town Monday on a businessi tripJesse R Eskridge was in town the first of the week visiting his parentsMorris II Beard is visiting Col Lafe Green at the Falls of Rough Miss Lytie Ford is visiting re latives in Louisville S L Sam Major of the battleship Maine was in town one day last week renewing friendship Ho is on sick leave and is visiting is uncle Col Lafo Green The Lieutenant formerly went t o chool here The Maine is the flag ship of Admiral Bob Evans News was received hero last week of the death of sirs Burrel Beardat Albequrquo New Mexico where she had gone for the benefit of her health Mr andjj Mrs Beard formerly lived here but several years ago they moved to Owensboro where the family now reside She leaves a husband and two daughters She was anI woman and her many friends in this county will regret to hear of her death Joseph Ball after a visit to his mother Mrs Rebecca McGary I has returned to his home at Birmingham AlaIM H Beard Gus D Shellman and Jube Hook Jr formed a fishing party at the Fails of Sinking last Friday They made a large catch tier Husbands LlteWu Saved byI Sloans Liniment Mrs Lula Coleman Blitch Ga writes My husbands life was saved twicq with your Nerve and Bone Liniment once with la grippe and once with kidney colic Wo cannot praise your Liniment enbgh I Henderson Route Notes Homeseekers Excursions to all points- to which homeseekera takes apply Special one way second crass Colo nist rates West and Southwest Nov 20 Dec 4 and 181906 Jan 1 and 15 Feb 5 and 19 March Sand 1907- w IRVINQTON Mrs Evan Pusoy left Monday for Chicago III after an extend ed visit here the guest of here mother Mrs Mary E Mumford Mr and Mrs A B Coleman left Sunday for Indiana to attend the funeral of Mrs Colemans sis terinlaw sirs Corpers Miss Maggie Carter is expected this week from Cloverport for an indefinite visit to the Misses Green wood Mrs C L Chamber lain will spend several days in Louisville this week visiting friends and relatives- t Mrs Pomp McCoy and niece Miss Nannie Board of Garfield Mrs Sam Dowell and daughter elland cousin Ethel Dowell spent Monday in Louisville shop ping Mr and airs F S Chamber lain of Cleveland Ohio after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain left Friday for Memphis Tenn Beautiful ribbons and veils for sale at Mrs McCoys Miss Philomine Specks of Hen shaw Ky is a visitor of her father Mr Henry Specks of near town R M Jolly Sr was in Louisville last Tuesday on business On account of the illness of Miss Mary Joe Mattinglys mother at Axtel school is abandoned fol1 this week Mrs Lena Pate the assistant left for her home near Bewleyville Monday The Womens AidSociety of the Methodist church will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon at 2 oclockr1 large attendance is expected Mrs Tom Ditto of Louisville arrived Monday to attend the eel ebration of her parents Mr and Mrs John Cox golden wedding I which occurred on Tuesday Serviceable lines of childrens hats at Mrs McCoys Mrs Willard Kincheloe and baby of Louisville are the guests of her parents MI and Mrs Tom Davis of Basin Springs Mrs Jeff Jolly and daughter Blanche of Bewleyville and Mr and Mrs Jolly of Webster spent several days the guests of Mrs R M Jolly last week Mr Sim Payne is repairing his store on the corner After it has been nicely papered paintedand fixed up in a general way he will bring in a complete line of general merchandiseMrs McGlothlan accom panied by her sister Mrs B F Gilliland of Nashville Tenn left Sunday for a visit to their brother S J Brashear of Fry mire Ky Rev E W Graves and G N Bandy are at Hopkinsville attending the Synodof the Presbyterian Church Mail orders for hats are given prompt attention by Mrs McCoy of Irvington The Sherman Bros have re turned to Rockport Indafter having completed their work of painting W J Tiggets and C C Smiths houses Both buildings look much better Mrs Arthur Williams left for her home in Owensboro Friday after spending some time with her mother Mrs Lewisat Basin Springs Under the management lof Miss Irene Simms the private teacher the pupils have organized a basket ball game After a little prac tice the people of Irvington will be given permission to watch them play a game Miss Nannie Board of Gar field is visiting Mrs Pomp Mc Coy for a few days H H Kemper has returned from Gratz where he was the guest of his parents for a few WIlflCHE1TER Smokeless Powder Shells LEADER and REPEATER The superiority of Winchester Smokeless Powder Shells is undisputed Among intelligent shooters they stand first in pop ularity records and shooting qualities Always use themr for UAskU O9OOO03 jr FOR SALE I or will trade for Cattle One two year old horse colt One three year old horse colt M ALSO FOR SALE i mOne pair three year old mules broke mare and horse One pair eight year old mules mares One pair finlear old mules mare and horse J One pair mare and horse W In fact anything in the mule line Also four weanlings two mares two hors- esSTRAYEDi M Eight head of cattle six steers two heifers find them and j j I ILII j j Dont suffer these cold days without a good heating stove such as Ivy Oak Kentucky Oak Coles Air Tight Heater The Old Fashioned Drum Stove and Coles Hot Blast which you r can get by going to McGIothlan 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 complexions- L J MOC LEY 1133 BROADWAY NEW YORK UfimEIII TAXPAYERS IIndcrthe new law a penalty of 6 per cent will bo ri added to all unpaid taxes on November 1st 1906 IiThe now law is very stringent and I hope each Tax Payer will make prompt payment You will find mo at my office in the rear of the Clovorport Bank I ICHAS MAY SR Ce Te Ce 1 iIII days Fall and winter millinery in the newest styles at Mrs McCoys The citizens of Irvington and adjoining country held a meeting hero last Saturday afterrigori for the purpose of having a much better service along the telephone line But on account of not hav ing sufficient representatives of the different lines the important business could not be settled so after giving Mrs Sue Jolly an unanimous call for a switchkeep er they adjourned to m eton this coming Saturday at 2 oclock Every man that is interested in this work is requested to come and take part The News ono one Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic ssbottIacPayEactoM4vriaiavefylKta I 4Ic N