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I r 1 1THEI BRECKENRIDGE NEWS0 I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I L XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1906 8 Pales NO 17 ENATORIAL RACE IN DOUBT ay Take Official Count to Decide McCreary Carries Louisville By 7000Both Sides Confident IAGER WINNER OVER HAYS tIINTHE GOVERNORS RACE I HageriMakes Winning Race Out in the State A telephone message to the News just before going to press this Borning states that the result of the election held in Kentucky yes Brday to name the nominees of the Democratic party is yet in doubt BEL The race for United States Senator is very close and will proba lftake the official count to decide it McCreary carried Louisville by FOOO majority Both McCreary and Beckham are confident of rgjory SIn the race for Governor the returns are favorable to Hager hough both sides are claiming the race Hays carried Louisville by 1WO Hager made a winning race out in the State and there seems ittle doubt of his nomination EN JOHNSON BIG WINNER R mocratic Nominee For 1 C ngress Wins By Over 5000 Majority RRIES TIllS COUNTY BY 100 rs r a the race for Congress in this dis llcl Democratictmince was an easy winner at the s ihls yesterday rolling up a majority in teliieighborhood of 5000 Ij Mr IIIJf Johnsons majority in this county j ferHeaverln hundred his opponent exceed d I A ILLNESSRIl1 Washington Lane Ends In Death on Last Saturday Afternoon f Death ended on last Saturday after j oh the long suffering of Washington IneV- s orsix years Mr Lane had been a Ipless invalid from paralysis and dur ffthnt time had never been able to n ti ye his bedy ageitvaserybody knew Wash Lane and every ly liked him He was eVer ready to laccommoIlri was called on That was in the s when he enjoyed health and when y iction and adversity came many re mbered him and ministered unto JKmiil death relieved his sufferings luy inrgelyattendedronthesuffering Tl I regular ind Lot t to dread tls purchased of 11at no h house and lot iiF no cfft at present oc nik stomach i Elm streets for i 11or give poo Mr O B ttl I have bq sale1 years I h1vt and pains ru IusIng relIeved rest Dr pinstaster appointedwmaster cced Mr I NRStader JjJSwis inforlArus that the freight the upper landing will be moved fyoiker landing in a short time hfiT It I II I fJ fIGHT OUT OF ELEVEN Democrats Elect Eight of Their Nominees For Congress In the election held for Congress in the Eleven congressional Districts in I this State yesterday the Democrats carried eight Sherley the Democratic nominee in the Fifth was elected Johnson in this the Fourth was a big winner In the First Second Sixth Seventh Eighth and Tenth District the Democratic nominee were also winners STRICKEN WITH I PARALYSIS John Lillard Suffers Stroke On Last SundayEveningLeftSide While on a business trip to his farm near Skillman on last Sunday afternoon Mr John Lillard of this city was stricken with paralysis the whole of his left Side being affected At the time of the affliction Mr Lillard was in the horse lot on his farm and was preparing to return to his home in this city He had alighted from his horse to go to the house for his overcoat and had gone only a few steps when he was stricken He was assisted to the house and Dr A A Simons was tele phoned for The attending physician pronounces his case quite serious but is hopeful that he may entirely recover As yet he has improved but little though he was able to be brought to his home here yesterday morning Mr Lillard is one of the best known farmers and stock dealers in the county and the news of his serious affliction is received with the greatest sorrow by his many friends Died of Diphtheria Little Ruth Windelkin the five year old daughter of Dr and Mrs Chas Windelldn died yesterday morning at 11 oclock after a short illness of diph theria which affected her heart The funeral and burial services will be held this morning at the Cloverport cemetery conducted by the Rev B M Currie Ruth was the younger of Dr and Mrs Windelkins little daughters She was a joy and great source of pleasure to her fond parents and devoted sister To her little friends Ruths absence l will be a deep grief HUGHES OR HEARST Republican Nominee For Governor in New York Claims Victory HUGHES LOOKS A WINNER IHearst Says lie Has Won Though Incomplete Returns Bear Out Hughes Claims In the race for Governor of the State of New York yesterday Hughes the Republican nominee is claiming the victory over Hearst the Democratic nominee by majority of 40000 Hearst managers however appear confident of victoryREPUBLICAN REPUBLICANVICTORY In Three Congressional Districts In the State Yesterday The Republicans elected three of sheir candidates for Congress in this State yesterday Hays defeated James Richardson the Democratic nominee in Third Bennettthe Republican nominee in the Ninth and Edwards Republican in the Eleventh wore also elected WINFREY ANDHENDRICKS Look Like Winners In Their Re spective Races Yesterday Incomplete returns give W O Win frey a majority over E A Gullion in the race for Superintendent of Public instruction and John K Hendricks nomination for Attorney General is very probable NOVEMBER WEDDINGS Cupid Gets Busy With Many Hearts MacyComptonA- nnouncement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Miss Sallie Compton of Raymond to Mr Glen Macy of Garfield which will take place at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Compton on Sunday November 11 at 2 oclock p m The brideelect is a well known young lady and is quite popular among her acquaintances The prospective bride groom is the son of Mr Benjamin Macy of Garfield They will reside at Garfield- DoweliDowell Irvington Ky Nov 5Special Mr and Mra S C Dowell1 announce the marriage of their daughter Nelle to Mr Lon Dowell on Wednesday Nov 14at the home of the bride Rev E W Graves officiating Marriage Announcement The following marriage announce ment has been received at The News office Mr and Mrs Francis invite you to be RitchieI at the marriage of their daughter Lena Francisto Mr T C Hamilton Wednesday mormngNoyember21 Nineteen hundred and six Nuptial mass atWino otclock St Martins Catholic church Flaherty Kentucky Author of Popular Nursery Rhyme The familiar nursery rhyme Marl Had a Little Lamb was writtt fry J Mrs Sarah J Hale L IF YOU TOUCHyour ALUMin3 look in the glassyou will see the effect You cant help puckering it makes you pucker to think pf tasting it BakingIPowders right into your systemyou injure digestion andI ruin your stomach AVOID AWN ISapplalizipI L FORM NEW UNION Farm Laborers Unite For Mutual ProtectiunOutgrowth of Organization of Totac co Growers Nashville Tenn Nov 2 As a direct result of the operation of the Dark Tobacco District Planters Protective Association of Tennessee and Kentucky which has battled with the Tobacco Trust for two years and succeeded in partially restoring the former good prices for tobacco the first regu lar union of farm laborers in the South has become a reality and a strong effort is being made to extend it to all parts of the tobaccogrowing sections of the two States An explanation of the foregoing is necessary since the latter organization is in no sense a creature of bad condi tions brought about by the planters be through the work of the Executive Committee of the Planters Protective Association conditions have changed materially so ar as the interests of the planters and land owners are concern ed while the old conditions exist for day laborers and tenants The Dark Tobacco District Planters Protective Association operates over much of the tobacco section including a good por tion of the two States and since the organization of that association there has been a quiet effort on foot among the shareworkers to reap some benefit from the improved conditions This week it became known that the share croppers and farm laborers had launch ed their movement in Logan county Ky and Robertson county Tenn the leaders claiming a membership of sev eral thousand Only those who till the land for a portion of the products and those working for daily or monthly wages are eligible to membership in the union The demands made upon land owners are not to take effect until the first of January 1908 but the committee is now preparing a long list oi items to be presented to the land owners that they may have time to consider the matter before the season for signing contracts next year In there demands are all the following items Half of all the tobacco and corn produced and every thing furnished must have two acres of corn to every acre of tobacco half the wheat where the cropper furnishes half the seed and fertilizer or onethird where the landlord furnishes everything 2 per day for wheat harvest 125 and dinner per day for threshing hay harvest corn shredding etc 15 per month and board on yearly con tracts and 1950 for single month work Croppers must have horse to tend iirIin all Lil anti wood furnish ed and pasture fur enough hs to supply his meat and cow and horse Tnese demands have not yet lbeen presented to the landlords but will be presented in time for consideration next year So far as iIs known the landowners have no intention of conceding the demands and some residents of that section fear that the farm labor question next year will be even more serious that it has been in the past two years For several years the farmers of this section have been unable to get the required number of laborers and the outlook for the future is by no means encouraging Members of the Planters ProtectiveI Association contend that the now union will amount to nothing but many think it will grow rather than die out I What is known as the Mill Billies who oppose the methods of the Protec I tive Association are said to be urging I the laborers on in their new move and have organized an association to fight the Protective Association In Trigg county Ky last week a number of the Independents met and started a move to pledge protection to independent buyers who had been warned by the other associations not to enter that county and about a 100 names were signed to the list This move is the result of the move on the part of the Pro tective Association to have all its members sell their tobacco only through the sale agents of the association and aIpledge made to keep other buyers out that county This lawof the association applies to all the tobacco counties but it is only in Trigg county that the op position has organized thus far With three warring organizations in the field it is entirely probable that interesting incidents will be numerous for the next few years VISITS HIS OLD HOME Mr H V Harris formerly of this city was in Cloverport a few days the past week on a combined business and pleasure trip This is Mr Harris first visit to Cloverport since he moved away He has traveled extensively in the past few years not only in this country but also in Europe In all of his travels however he has not been weaned away from his first love and says Cloverport is the best place he has yer seen in which to live While here Mr Harris was manager of the Breckenridge Cannel coal Co He willleaveinafew days for Oklahoma on a prospective trip His family is residing in Louisville Deal In Real Estate Mr Julian H Brown of this city has purchased the Eskridge Tar Springs two miles from Cloverport The land is unimproved though the water is of very high quality making the land thereabout quite valuable The consideration is not given l POWDER CosanrOfethan assoclntion1The lF 1 THE CITY COUNCIL Action Taken In Regard To Train j jug School For Cloverportf at RcgilarMonthlyMeeting The regular monthly meeting of the city council was heldon Monday night A full quorum was present The monthly report of the city officials were received and filed The following gentlemen constitute the Board of Equalization for Clovorport for the eiwuine year as appointed by the city council W G Smart Dr A A Simons and Henry Solbrig The question of the city appropriating a sufficient sum for the purchase of a two acre lot as a site for the proposedetraining school in Cloverport was brought before the council A com mitte was appointed to confer with Dr C W Musgrove who is at the head of the new movement to ascertain the site selected for the building and all otherfmatters connected with the projoct The committee was favorably impressed and will recommend that the council ap propriate the money forthe site whlah practically insures the location of the school here in a short whil- eDIPHTHERIA I Causes Primary Department of School to Close The prevalence of diphtheria in the city has caused the closing of the primary department of the Cloverport graded school Several cases of the disease have developed and two deaths have occurred as a result However it is not thought that the disease will spread and that there will be any more fatalitiesThe school management took the above steps as a precaution and are of the opinion that the disease will be checked sufficient to resume the primary department in a few days Notice to harmers We are in position to handle all the Pledged Tobacco that will come to Clo verport and would suggest to former that they tie in neat small hands and keep all housburned and damaged to bacco to itself as mixed through crop would lower grade Will be opened ready to receive November 20 1906 commencing at Oglesbys barn Barney Squires Rehandler E B Oglesby Com V f a FrTHEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 7 1906 I PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBACE Cloverport Ky J S WORTIIAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hnrdinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortlmm will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY will practice his profession In aU of tb Courts of nrecconrJde and adjoining coun lea Special attention given to collectlnj road cases and criminal practice License V practice In United States District Court Office irei Bank ot Uardlnsburjt COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nlpht Bates ilOO per day A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth more to you than a dollar in your pocket because You know it is safer You are not so liable to spend it needlessly You can make it earn for you 4 per cent interest if you de posit it here for a given time Are not these excellent reasons why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal BANK OF CLOVERPORTCloverport r4 oJ StylisKComfortable I ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits und trou ors in high atadeiyantecd Moderate prices Export toilets employed- J II IIUNSCHEr Casper May it Co Caunelton Inrt LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COII- NOOIIPOKATKD fast Mail madl Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steaulers TarasconTell Leave Louiaville Monday Wedne day Friday mud Saturday 4 p m Leave vviiiisville Monday 10 a n Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p u Through freight rates and passenge tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b rail PASSENGER FIRE REDUCED Cloverport Louisville tl71 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150J5S 4th st Louisville Ky CV WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Snpt EARLY RISERST- he famous little pills FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities arc extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE CONTAINING HONEY AND TAR 11 CARRS TRADE LETTER AH we read the signs thoro is ap proaching a period of increased specu lation in wheat Nothing which has been given to the public of late concerning wheat is so surprising as the details of the Xorthwost situation pub lished for the first time today by a Trade paper of high authority at Min neapolis It shows that sonic of the big mills there have been forced to shut down because after having paid 354 cents premium over December prices they are unable to get enough milling wheat out of the daily receipts to keep their mills going Very light market ing of Spring wheat is not altogether due to the inability of railroads to move the grain to market but very largely to short yields and firmer views on the part of wheat raisers Wheat is not offered for sale in a way that per mits it to move to market as in former years Today total Western receipts of what are 600000 bushels short of the same time last year Interior milling points Northwest and all the milling interests in the territory tribu tary to St Louis and Kansas City are reporting excellent flour solos and their shipments limited only by scarcity of cars As we noted a few days ago for eign markets are taking a much firmer tone Present reports from Argentine count for little as it is yet two months to early harvest and the climatic con ditions uncertain At present there is only 8000000 bushels more wheat in sight than November 1st 1905 Low prices have permitted both wheat and Hour to move into consumption and out of the country for export freely These things have laid the foundation for a much stronger speculative market in the months to come Ip to this time the offerings of new corn to the cash interests in this trade have not been more than one tenth what they were in many years previous There is no such movement of old corn neserves to make room for the new crop as predicted Light export busi ness from this side has created a firmer feeling in foreign markets Unsettled weather has caused light receipts The Indian Summer period will deter mine the early movement from the new crop If it is not much heavier than now indicated and prices of live stock continue at a level to induce heavy feeding we foresee a gradual harden jog of the price on May contracts We wish to reiterate for the benefit of all ofIputting new corn on the market while it contains about 15 per cent of mois ture At the same time we are firm believers in higher price on future con tracts before the winter is over and believe that the man who has surplus corn to sell can catch the market both ways by selling his cash corn on a fair market now and buying some May corn for any advance which may take place lihippelllincedof several cents in doing their own marketingIThere is no activity in the oats trade at present Receipts contain a very small proportion of standard oats Stocks against which speculators can trade will be light for months to come If May price has a little break under 35 cents believe buyers can take hold safely CARR Pits quickly an I positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles alone and it does the work sarely and with satisfaction Itch ink 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 Worsham Mnmbleton Miss Marion Vance Hambleton and Mr Ludson Worshum were married yesterday at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J D Hambleton 8U East Oak street the Re Dr MAson of St Andrews church officiating Time attendants were Miss Sue Roberts Wat kins of Owensboro Miss Margaret Moorman of Cloverport and Miss Hetie Belle Fuqua of Anchorage and Mr John Worsham of Henderson best man After a wedding luncheon the couple left for a bridal trip EastThursdays Louisville Times ScrofulaIs very often acquired though generally inherited BadbygienefoulairimpureI water are among its causes It is called the soil for tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption is pretty sure to take root HoodsSarsaparillaRemoves scrofula Get Hoods For testimonials of remarkable cvrftf tend for Book on Scrofula No I eL Hood Co Lowell MOM TTie City f Manlch Munich Is one of the most beautiful cities In Europe with broad streets frequent fountains many stately stat nee numerous open squares large wooded parks a swift river lowing directly through the center of the residence section galleries that contain several of the finest recollections of pictures and sculpture In the world 11 brarles academies of design schools of science a magnificent opera house a theater that was erected exclusively for the production of Wagners operas and various other attractions which do not disturb the classic atmosphere but appeal to the artist the student and whoever seeks for beauty and for rest No city of equal size has so many noble monuments and public buildings while probably a larger number of the population of Munich Is engaged In study and artistic and scientific pur suits than may be found In any other city The Royal library Is one of the greatest In existence probably second only to the British museum William E Curtis In Chicago RecordHerald Moving on the Installment Plan An expressman who called at a Ninetysecond street boarding house for two trunks was asked by the land lady where they were going- I dont know he said You see I do only half the hauling I will take the things to our office and somebody else will take them the rest of the way The boss at the desk will know the ad dress The moving Is done on the Installment plan to keep you folks here from finding out where the other peo pIe went They were afraid to trust me with the number for fear you might worm Itout of me so they told It to nobody but the manager Lots of peo pie who move often make the trip In sections like that Half the time when I tako a trunk away from a boarding house I dont know where It will wind up That Is generally done when there has been a row and the folks who leave dont want to be followed Been a lit tie trouble here I Imagine he added tentativelyYes the landlady a little New York Sun Where Cicero Took the Mad Marcus Tullius Cicero bathed inIe mud of Lake Aguan 2000 years agO In order to get rid of the gout JTlio mud of the standing waters In the dis trict west of Naples was famous from early times for the relief of arthritis Tho luxurious high livers of the Imperial days knew Its efficacy and no doubt did their cure there in much the samo rough and ready fashion as their modern representative docs now It Is no doubt to the sulphur and other deposits that the mud of the lit tie lakes on the promontory of Cumao owes Its health giving properties and as nature works much the same way now in that region as she did in the time of the Caesars the effect upon twentieth century gout Is probably much time same as when the great Tul ly soaked his Inflamed joints In the ooze of the Ihlcpracacn fields Mil kin K Paint AVHIi Skim II Ilk Stir Into a gallon of milk about three pounds of Portland cement and add sulllclont Venetian red paint powder to Impart a good color Any other colored paint powder may as well be used Tho skim mill will hold the paint In suspen sion but the cement being heavy will sink to the bottom HO that It becomes necessary to keep the mixture well stirred with a puddle Mix only enough at a time for one days use Six Hours utter painting this paint will be as immovable and unaffected by water as n month old paint Cases are on record of this sort of paint being In good con dition after twenty years and It has preserved time wood admirably The addition of carbolic acid or some other disinfectant makes it very suitable for dairy work as It then has a cleansing effectSt Louis Republic Served Iloth of Them When Mr Justice Mauls was on the bench a bullying counsel was one day browbeating an elderly female wit ness in u case before him Having badgered her Into a state of utter speeehlcssjiess the lawyer appealed to the judge to make her answer his ques tions Why do you not answer madam asked time Judge Because my lord he scares me so replied the trembling woman So does he me maam said the judge Law Notes KUnliiNT the Ilnnil The danger of Infection which lies In time custom of kissing the hand Is once more being discussed In Ger many One writer notes that this dan ger was already known to the Roman emperor Tiberius who as Suetonlus notes Issued an edict against this practice at that time in general vogue on hygienic grounds Comforting Old Crookybo I think wed better have the passage and staircase repa pared while Im laid up Mrs Grimage Mrs G his housekeeper Lor sir adnt yor better wait and see ow ye goes on fust Them coffins do make such work with talrcaso wallpapers Smiles Mnklnar Progrei Have the detectives got any clew sot Inquired the reporter- I dont know said the woman whoso house had been robbedliMy husband says they have got a hypothe sis Thats about the same thing Isnt It Indianapolis News Plcanant Punishment PastorI hear that the lightning struck your house Ilohenbauor That Is a punishment for your wickedness Peasant Well sir Its a punishment I wouldnt mind having again for I got 4000 marks Insurance from ItLustlge Blatter rf w o il ASK INVESTIGATION On Account of Ugly Rumors About the Holy Ghost Colony Portland Me Nov IThe text of a petition being signed by clergymen and prominent professional and busi ness men of this city including three former governors of Maine asking Governor Cobb to Investigate condi tions at the Holy Ghost colony at Shiloh was made public It reads as follows In view of the persistent and seemingly well authenticated reports of gross evils existing In the Sanford community at Shiloh resulting in suf tering and Injury to members of the community especially little children we the undersigned citizens of Maine respectfully petition your excellency If at all possible to take such measures as your wisdom may dictate to ascertain the exact facts and abate the evils Tho petition is the result of the conference of three Portland clergymen with Mrs Alice Phelps of Kansas City Mo who has been un able to persuade or force her daughter to leave the colony Kuklux and Colored Whitecaps Brookhaven Miss Oct 31As a result of the production of The Clans man in this city last week and threats circulated by whites that a KuKluxKlan was being organized to drive negroes from the community the blacks have formed themselves Into a band of whitecaps and already have started a series of depredations on the whites News from Bear Creek in Lincoln county is that Bud Godbold a young white farmer was fired upon by negro whltecaps while riding through a lonely stretch ot woods His horse was killed The story circulated that whites would form a KuKluxKlan was done as a joke it is asserted but the blacks took the jokers at their word The excitement here is intense- Simultaneous Revival Wheeling W Va Oct 29A simul taneous revival is In progress in all the West Virginia churches of the Christian denomination and a very unusual increase in accessions to the church members is being scored In Wheeling the results are not up to the expectations but in most ot the towns accessions are more numerous reaching already more than 2000 The revival reached its climax in Wheeling Sunday with a great mass meeting which 2000 people attended More than 40 churches located in Parkorsburg Wheeling Huntington Slstcrsville and Clarksburg held re vivals This is a new move in relig ious circles In this state and is at tracting much attention Denatured Alcohol Washington Nov 2Thq depart ment of agriculture through Dr H W Wiley chief of the bureau of chemistry has undertaken to educate the farmers regarding the manufacture of denatured alcohol Two bulletins were issued devoted to the description of how tho sources of the Industrial or denatured alcohol may be obtained tho method of manufacture and to i some uses to which it may bo put Because of the government regulations under which the farmer would bo required to conduct his still if he engaged in the manufacture It is evident that he must be content with producing the raw materials and that he cannot look forward to becoming a practical distiller Found In Dead Letter Office Washington Nov 2Carelessness- In sending money through the malls Is commented on in a bulletin Issued by the postofilce department One case is given where the dead letter office received a letter from abroad address ed to a missionary In Africa His name was given but no postofilce ad dress The letter was handled In various postolfices there as well as in Europe and then returned to the United States It was opened at the dead letter office and found to contain 400 In gold certificates The letter is signed by a woman but her name and address will not be made public Slept Twelve Years Columbia Ky Nov 2One of the most remarkable cases in the annuls of medical science has just come to light in Russell county the truth ot which is vouched for by prominent citizens ot that community Herchall Grider G3 ot near Rowena fell asleep 12 years ago and all efforts to awaken him proved unavailing till Thursday During that time ho was given liquid nourishment twice a doyt The mans pulse and physical condition are said to be normal and his muscles are more supple than a man who has had exercise Physicians are puzzled over the strange malady Officers Shot By Negro Ripley Tenn Oct 30Four offi cers raided a crap game near Holls Point When the officers entered the building where the game was going building where the game was going on George Estes a negro drew a revolver and shot and killed Officer Sasely and probably fatally wounded Officer John Bowers Tho negro was captured He was taken from the officers while they were bringing him to Ripley and hanged by a mob Cure for Sleeping Sickness Marseilles Oct 30Letters have been received here from Saigon French Cochin China saying that two French doctors havo discovered that the hitherto fatal sleeping sickness can bo cured by+ means of thymol One hundred and fifty patients have been treated with this remedy and a large majority have recovered Got Away With 1500000 Toronto Ont Nov 2The loss to the Ontario bank through the pecula tions of Charles McGlll tho exman beingI1500000 2- tIh ekJ t Ir Gentlemens Diamond Brand Dress Shoes Labor statistics show that we pay the highest wages to shoemakers in St Louis because we require the best workman ship there isi This means that we get our pickof the best workers and we find that the best is the cheapest in the end The combination of the finest workmanship with the ideal assorting grading of leather made possible by our making many classes of hu resulted in our making more fine shoes than any other in the West our dress shoes from 350 to 600 you will find the leather of the texture the lasts the very latest and best fitting and the the highest grade IiIIiand teMSkbeC0 DIAMOND erlliACJse BKJW MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAH WOTHER HOUXINTHE MSTi A IFORI I We have been successful in closing a special contract with Tire CONSOLIDATED FOUNTAIN PEN Co of Brooklyn N Y whereby we can supply a guaranteed SOLID GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN The Celtric Model II- To every subscriber old or new who sends us a years subscription and fifty cents additional The Celtric Model 1 compares favorably with any 200 pen on the market today The pen will be forwarded immediately upon receipt of the money A Description of the Pen The pen Is solid gold Ilk fine the stock of which Is made of the best quality of hard rubber and fitted In lour parts 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 itA Fountain Pen Is a Necessity of the Twentieth Century CaJ But today we want A Fountain Pen that dispenses with the inconvenient inkstand that does not corrode and that is always ready for use Bears the manufacturers guarantee that the pen is solid GOLD 14k fine If it does not prove satisfactory in every way we will exchange it for another or return the fifty cents additional on return of the pen This is an unusual opportunity to secure at a very low price an article of superior quality that is coming to be ersential to the comfort and convenience of every one who writes Remember That the Offer Is For Ninety Days Only The Breckenridge News Cloverport Kyii i I 2000 ROUND TRIP I From Louisville toJJ TAMPA PUNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG r ORLANDO and many other points in Floridall Via thejj Southern Railway And Queen Crescent Route I INOVEMBER 20th 1906 1 iR- tt Also Low Homeseekors Lutes on November 6 to points in Tennessee North Carolina South C sissippi Alabama Georgia FloridatTexas India Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska and ColoradoIclass allowing liberal stopovers in each raotionlI fuming within thirty days For illustrated Urcomplete information call on or address 4k 1 C H HUNGERFORDyDistrict Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE K 1 A R COOK City Pass Ticket Agt LOUISVILLE KYttf J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass I II- S If l tMN N N If nfLIffinmLtonBITTERS fn Kor1 r1ForIRelieve palpitation ofthe heart Dig 1 1II I r i THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 7 1906 Jn CASH IN THE TREASURY Large Increase In Volume of Money During the Year THE MOST OF IT WAS GOLD Report of United States Treasurer Shows Larger Cash Balance That There is a Balance Instead of a Deficit and Gives Interesting Fiscal FactsThe Big Stock of Gold Washington Oct 31ln his annual report to the secretary of treasury some important fiscal facts are set forth by Charles H Treat treasurer of the United States It Is stated in tho report that tho treasurys holdings of gold continues to attract the attention of financiers both at home and abroad It Is apparent from the continued ac cumulation that a large share of tho product of the gold mines of the world Is brought to tho United States Tho gold coin and bullion In the treasury Juno 30 1905 amounted to 706692 399 and at the close of the fiscal year 1906 it advanced to 807051690 By Oct 26 It attained a maximum at 877296238 The monetary stock of the country look on a growth during the year of 186866727 of which 118050777 was In gold 5450396 in silver and 65 392554 in national bank notes while the treasury notes decreased 2027 000 The aggregate stock of money at the close of the year was 3069976 691 of which 2736646628 was in circulation The national bank notes presented for redemption during the year amounted to 296293885 as against 18298760 in 1905 he United States paper currency Issued amounted to 629896000 and the redemptions were 577445100 a not increase In the volume outstand- Ing of 52450900 Tho available cash balance June 30 1906 was 180689354 an increase of 35611862 as compared with that of 12 months earlier The ordinary revenues and expend itures for the fiscal year 1906 was a surplus of 25669322 as compared with a deficit of 23004228 for the preceding year A continuation of those conditions Is reflected in the transactions for the first quarter of the current fiscal year in which reve ronucs were 5S71314 in excess of tho expendituresThe bank depositories have been utilized during the year as a medium through which the exces sine accumulation of money in the treasury was restored to the channels ft trade About April 1 an unusual stringency in the money market was relieved by the temporary increase of public deposits with depository banks to enable them to Import gold Through this aid more than 49000 000 in gold was imported The bal once in banks to tho credit of the general fund was 102708123 the highest point reached during the fis cal year CONGRESSMAN HOAR Succumbed to Fatal Illness After fi Lingering Several Weeks- p Worcester Mass Nov 2Repre icntatlve Rockwood Hoar of the Third Massachusetts district son of the lateI Senator George F Hoar died at his residence In this city after an illness of the weeks Congressman Hoar since Sept 26 was unable to take part In the campaign for his reelection to congress At the time of his renoml nation when It was thought his ill ness was of a temporary character his written letter of acceptance was presented to the district convention The congressman was first thought to be suffering from neuralgia but alarmjng symptoms soon developed Great Relief During that trying period in which women so often suffer from nervousness backache sick headache or other pains there is nothing that can equal Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They stop the pains soothe the nerves and give to Woment- he relief so much desired If taken on first indication of pain or misery they will allay the irritable condition of the nerves and save you further suffering Those who use them l at regular intervals have ceas Theytno harmful drugs leave no effect upon the heart k or stomach if taken as directed I They give prompt relief 5 I have been an Invalid for 9 I rheumatismIr amII ofTImasterC Mr NUY FUNK E Akron0- II awls infoIAf1t1Paln Pills tire sold by thatithemoney10r bulk iiical CO Elkhart Ind r and the days ago an operation was performed but In vain He was elect ed to congress In 1904 Charles G Washburn was chosen by the congres sional committee to fill the vacanc on the ticket Casualty Report Washington Nov 2The accident bulletin isued by the interstate commission for the three months ending June 30 shows the total number of casualties to passengers and em plo os while on duty to be 16937 as against 18290 reported in the preceding three months The number of passengers and employes killed in train accidents was 194 as against 274 the preceding three months The total number of collisions and derail ments was 3103 of which 173 col lisions and 153 dovailments affected passenger trains The damage by these accidents amounted to 2373 924 The number of employes killed In coupling and uncoupling cars was 68 being 16 less than the preceding carter For the year ended June 30 there was an increase of 54C In the total number of employes killed and 10098 In the number injured while there is a decrease of 119 in the nut ber of passengers killed and an In crease of 1145 In the number injured na compared with the preceding year When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A fev erish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean fever- Ishness end are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Snoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our tore and be convinc ed Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Drue Co Taft Leaves It to Friends Columbus 0 Oct 29 Secretary Taft accompanied by Congressman Theodore E Burton came to Colum bus and from here went to Logan and Lancaster 0 to speak at afternoon and evening meetings Secretary Taft stood firmly by his determination not to discuss Ohio state issues When the question of his Indorsement for the presidency by the next Ohio state convention was pressed on the secretary lie said I am not respon sible for the acts of my friends DeWitts Kidney and BladderPlls act- on both kidneys and liver and as a re suit afford the quickest relief from those troubles resulting from an excess of uric acid Such troubles as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by All Druggists Standard 011 Company Fined Flndlay 0 Oct 30Tho Standard OH company was fined 5000 and costs of prosecution for operating In restraint of trade in Ohio Tho de fense was allowed forty days to file a bill of exceptions and sentence was suspended sixty days to give defense time to file petition in error A Good Record Out of all the external remedies on the market we doubt if there is one that has the record of that worldrenowned porous plasterAllcocks It has now been in use for sixty years and still con tinues to be as popular as ever in doing its great work of relieving our painsand aches It is the remedy ve all need when suffering from any form of ache or pain resulting from taking cold or over strainAllcocks Plasters are sold hy Drug gists in every part of the civilized world doors of Sleet The belief that the hours of sleep should lie nrtillclnlly restricted Is contrary to ordinary good sense If the human body does not need sleep for the upbuilding of Its tissues It will not call for It A rule of health which can not be wrong IB to sleep If possible as long as any Inclination for It exists The erroneous view on this subject Is undoubtedly due to yie fact that when the mind and body are thoroughly rest ed It Is often dilllcult to arouse the mind from Its comfortable lethargy Ou the other hand the man who Is under a mental strain and sleeps only five or six hours at night Is keen and alert soon after awakening But It Is an unhealthy activity His nerves are at a high tension He is on edge so to speak Such a strain long continued results Inevitably In a nervous break down Cleveland Leader Lightning Coarse On the water sold n grizzled old bayman who stood smoking his corn cob and surveying the bay the other day when you see n thunder storm rising you want to keep an eye on the lightning If you see it in the distance striking down farther and farther to the right from where you first saw it or farther and farther to the left this In dicates that the storm Is working to the right or to tho left and It may pass around you But It you see It all tho time coming down In the saute place and at the same time getting brighter and brighter why that hull cates that Its coming straight toward you and this Is the time sou when you want to make for homo or get In your sail and make everything snug tillI the storm passes over Exchange HAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YBARS The old orljlnalGROVEB Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking itIs pros and quinine In a tasteless form No cure 1IopayIiOc PUBLIC BUILDINGS Report Shows Number In Use and In Course of Construction anuaalyreport of the supervising architect of the treasury shows that during tho fiscal year ended Juno 30 46 new pub lie buildings and fivo extensions to old buildings wore completed and oc cupied and during the same time 17 new buildings were started which with 3S under contract and not com pleted makes S5 In course of erection Th r4 were 44 sites authorized to be ncQiirca and there are 24 new build- Ings previously authorized on jvhlch work has not yet commenced The whole number of public buildings completed and occupied by the govern ment Is 4nt What is a cold in the head Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Hlys Cream Balm as soon as you begin to sneeze and snuffle Negleted the cold may grow ltarrhand the air pass ages be so inflamed that you have to fight for every breath It is true that Elys Cream BRIm cures catarrh prompt Ily and certainly But you know the old saying about the ounce of prevention Theiefoe use Cream Balm wh n the cold in the head shows itself All druggists f 0r or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York More Bodies Found Atlantic City N J Oct 31The contention of Coroner Gaskill that a number of persons who lost their lives in the electric train wreck on the Thoroughfare bridge may be buried in the mud where the cars plunged was borne nut when the bodies of three women were recovered from under the third car This car hung from the abutment In tho center of the bridge with its nose in the mud and when the workmen were trying to lift It from the water the bodies worked loose The finding of these bodies Increases the official Identified dead to 51 and the trtal number of bodies recovered to 54 Thre are now still known to bo rro r the deil f irmrr vv r Ih a ti e rtn ivai br f 1 the vc Made Ilappy for Life Great happiness caue intl time home of b C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint he names He says My little daughter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses im poverished blood and malaria Guaran teed by Severs Drug Co Price 50c The Old Komnn Epicure Almost nay dish which had to rec ommend It rarity costliness Indlgestl blllty and to our way of thinking nas tlness was pure to take with the Ho man epicure And If ho were unable to made It costly nay other way he would add powdered precious stones or gold dust Nero dined ou one occasion fllrlllltlllllwithcrushed pearls were by no means a moneyclliHomllns i was a great delicacy But a dish ofI clIlm1blei framing words was of almost Incall culablo value which Inereuneil In n direst ratio with the vocabularies of time defunct parrots Anther bird which the Uoiiinn epke was In folII habit of paying fabulous prices was the pheuecoptrlx which Is believed toI have been time ptarmigan It pmt Its home In the most northerly parts Scotland mid Norway and as ofII made it hard to get at the Romans preciated It nil the more and put It In the same rank with ostriches buz zards 11111 peacocks The tongues of these birds were specially prepared together with the brains and took tho placo which a hors doeuvre would now take The AVoril on a Cigar Dox What mean thb various words which are stamped on the lid and sides of a cigar box These are not mere fancy names but terms actually descriptive of the clsnr On the lid Is time name of the cigar The front of the box de scribes the shape and size as con chins reina regalias1 which state the shape and perfecto Infantes princesses which signify the size These may bv combined as conchas speclales conchas final to state both shape and size At the back of the box where the lid turns over Is stamped the quality of time clgllrsn perfiua flua flor superior and buuno being the terms In the de scending scale Time color of the cigar Is declared on tho right hand side or end of the box Clara signifies the lightest colored Colorado claro ruth er dark Colorado dark Colorado nm duro darker madtiro very dark oscuro oxtremely dark negro dark est lied a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation in volving the removal ofa malignant ul cer as large as my hand from my daughters hip wes prevented by the ap plication of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25c at Severs drug store J Presidents Trip to Panama Washington Oct lOThc yacht Mayflower will be used to convey the president and his party down the Potomac river and Chesapeake bay on Their trip to Panama At the mouth of the Itappahannock river the party battleshipLouisiana front Washington the afternoon of Nov 8 Beside the president and Mrs Roosevelt tho party will Include Sur geon Gonoral Illxoy and L C atta as assistant secretary to the presl dent Tho dally wireless telegraph bulletins from tho Louisiana will be sent to Secretary Loeb by Lieutenant Frank T Evans a son of Admiral Evans Drank Bay Rum Seattle Wash Oct aOThreo enlisted men of battleship Wisconsin are dead and two seriously 111 as tho n suit of dilllng bay rum Thomas F Cox one of the dead men took time bay rum from the ships barber shop and diluted It with water and to gether with four companions became Intoxicated Their condition was not discovered until three of tho men died The dead Thomas F Cox coal passer Pautuckot R I James Waffer first clans fireman Troy N Y Nathan Proson second class fireman enlisted In Cincinnati William Reynolds antJ James Hitchcock tho two sick men will recover What Alaska Wants Senttlp Wash Oct 29Delegate Thomas Cale of Fairbanks Alaska Is In the city on his way to Washington The people of Alaska he said areI more interested in securing a territorial form of government than in anything else that is before them at present We dont mean to go into all the ramifications of local selfgov ernment Into townships counties etc We simply wish and it Is a natural want of American citizens to bo em powered to legislate for ourselvesu Largest Lodging House Boston Nov 2What is claimed to be the largest lodging house in time world has been thrown open to worklngmen It is known as the Peoples Palace and was erected by the Salvation Army In the south end at a cost of 240000 It is five stor ies In height contains 287 lodging rooms reading and social rooms a swimming pool and baggage rooms Attached to the hotel will bo a free labor bureau registry of unemployed Old Bones El Paso Tex Oct 31 Geologists unearthed jawbones of two tapirs supposed to have existed here 25000 years ago and an elephants tooth I from an animal which probably lived 12000 years ago Tho discovery of the bones proves the geologists say that this great desert region was once a jungle Tapirs live on roots along river banks and elephants would not have been here unless It was marshy WeakKidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Nerves Tim Kidneys like the Heart and the Stomach find their wiakncM not In the organ Itself but In the serves that control and guide and strengthen them Dr Shoops Kestoratlve Is a medicine slclthtillr preiwred to reach these controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alone Is futile It it a waste of time and of money as well If your back I1lhor Is weak If the urine scalds or Is dark and strong If you have symptoms of Bright or other distressing or Bang roue kid ney disease try Dr hoops Itustomtivu u month Tablets or Liquid and sit what It ciui and will do for you DruggUt recommend and toll Dr ShoopsI j RestorativeSEVERS The Publishers ClaimsSustaloedUNITED The Iltbllfhcra of Webiters international Dictionary ullepo thAt It I In ttinipopu everydetailI ho purpose of aduptlnir It to meet tho larger and severer requirements of uuothcr genera tiOII Wo are of the opinion thntths allegation most clearly and accurately describes tho work tint has been accomplished and tho result tlmthiH been readied Tho Dictionary na it now stands has been thoroughly re edltcdln every detail has been mrrected In every part and is admirably adapted to meet tho larger and severer reqiiiivnuMits of a geuerutlonthatIt Is Hrhnp3 needless to add t hat wo refer to tho dictionary In our JutliHnl work iisof the highest authority In wnmicy of dollnl lions und that in tho fntmtiinlillie past It win be tho seurco of eonsluntllCllrollce CUAltUS CIOTTCh4rJwttnt LA VRENr5 VELUOS JOHN DAMSI BTANTON J PKKLIR cuAULES ion nt isass The above refers to irKJxrEfiVJ INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE the hlffhcat award was given to the Interna tional at the Worlds Fair bt Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST I Jou will 1 6 interested tn our Hiccliiien pouts tent fro- GCMERRIAM CO PUOUSHCRS SPRINGFIELD MASS 0w- tesrtas tsrtRNATmMLICnONtRY FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOOD I Mothers Should Watch the Development of Their Daughters I IInteresting Experiences of Misses Borman and Mills IIII Every mother possesses information which is of vital Interest to her young daughterToo this is never imparted or is withheld until serious harm has result ed to the growing girl through her ignorance of natures mysterious and wonderful laws and penalties Girls oversensitiveness and modesty often puzzle their mothers and battle physicians as they so often withhold their confidence from their mothers and conceal the symptoms which ought to bo told to their physician at this critical period When a girls thoughts become sluggish with headache dizziness or a dis position to sleep pains in back or lower limbs eyes dim desire for solitude when she is a mystery to herself and friends her mother should come to her aid and remember that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound will at this time prepare the system for time coming change and start this trying period in a young girls life without pain or Irregularities Hundreds letters from young girls and from mothers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has accomplished for theta have been received by the Lydia E Pinkham Medicine Co at Lynn Mass Miss Mills has written the two fol lowing letters to Mrs Pinkham which will bo read with interest Dear Mrs rinkUam First Letter Ileprossedhave NEW Mr Richard Adkisson is on the sick J Winchell filled his regular here Sunday Mr Clarence Miller has moved tu Cloverport where he will make his future home Miss Rhoda Chapin of Owenslmro givehelpiulwriting Mills Oquawka 111 Dear Mrs Pinkbarn Second Letter grautullethatvaluable medicine has dono for me When I wrote you in regard to my condition I bad consulted several doctors but they failed to understAnd my sue and I did not receive any benefit from their treatment I followed advice and took Lydia E Iinkhama VegetAbloCompound and sin now healthy- and well and all the distressing symptoms which I had at that time have disappeared Myrtle Mills Oquawka 111 Miss Matilda Borman writes Mrs Pinkham as follows Dear Mrs Pinkham VegetAbleIrregulardreadful headaches But since taking the Compound my headaches have entirely left me my periods are regular and I am getting strong and well Iam telling all my girl friends what Lydia E Iinkham s Vegetable Compound has done for meMatllda Borman Farmington Iowa If you know of any young girl who is sick and needs motherly advice ask her to address Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass and tell her every detail of her symptoms and to keep nothing back She will receive advice absolutely free from a source that has no rival in the experience of womans ills and it will If- followcd put her on the right road to a strong healthy and happy womanhood Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound holds the record for the greatest number of cures of female ills of any medicine that the world has overrknown Why dont you try it Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Makes Sick Women WellI BETHEL listRev W appointment youMyrtle is here visiting her sister Mrs SiiHawkins Misses Sallie and Hullie Jordan w irc guests of their sister Mrs Will Frank of Jolly Station last week Several from Hites Run Attended church here Sunday A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES itching Itllml Bleeding Protruding Plies DiucLtsts lire imlliortzn i iu refund money If PAZO OINTMFNT1 falls to cure In 8 to 14 Days Wc m W iA1JtAViJINtAfV tm IISEU SOUTHWEST I is sometimes well to let well enough inane gauge yourI results by your neighbors The IIIt are doing as well as the other fellow hutIIYou may have lit in you to do ten Why depend on his husincscompnss if your Ius Take Southwest time to investigate the proposition You ownIIthat investigation and investment time and energy as well as monoynre closely terms in that great countryI- LLUSTRATEDI LITERATURE ON REQUEST I1lIitdII Hound Trip Kates to Southwestern point IIrowThird Tuedays of each month Write for theII GEO II LEE Gen Pass Agt- LITTLE It II McGUIRE Dist Pass CINCINNA Agt ROCK ARKII MW U SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making ar much off vour farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you cat The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too urn ill money to buy a big farm and se you are trying a lying on a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it he better to go where the price ol good land is so little that you can own a big farm where every acre of the ground is work ing profitsThereSouthwit along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that ran be bought for from 13 to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to tho Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there The trip can be made at very little expense On tho first and third Tuesdays of each month vou can purchase a round trip ticket to any point In tho Southwest on or via the Cotton licit Route at very low rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested InlI Wrlto at once for tree copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Cotton Bolt Route 82 Todd Building Loulsrille Ky in- i r ft1 ftr h 1r f1i1 t f r t fr I4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 7 1906 WCKtNRlDGE NEWS JNO D BABDAGE SONS PublUhlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Sabecription uo Price 100 a year or IBri If paid at the end of yearI 4 kl W OF THANKS over five lines obarpcd KI tliii rate of 10 rent per line JBITOAUIES charged for at the iAte of 6 nit per line Money in advance IsBIamindn1 I r ut correct olease notify as I = o c= When ordering II change In the address abbcrlbcrs should give tholr old as well as tae new addres EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SAMPLE NOVEMBER 7 1000 J II Koberts was in IIiti ins L burg Friday on business Mrs J II Miller and little daughters Mary Judith and Miss Lucy Jolly were in Stephensport Friday the guests of Mrs Sallie BennettMrs Graham Jolly was in Stephensport Friday shopping- F A Uowell was in Ilardins burg last week Miss Ruth Ahl of Evansville who has been visiting here was the guest of her uncle John Dowell of Union Star last week Miss Ahl will return home soon ac compained by her grandfather F K Dowell Tic hauling is a leading industry here now Thero was a merry house party formed at H F Dowells Sunday Those present were Misses Eva I and Bessie Brumlield Katie Lee Jolly Eula Roberts and Ruth Ahl Messrs Floyd and Carl Armstrong of Rockhaven Norton Brumfield Willie Gibson Dennie a Roberts and Robert Wecdnmn All had an enjoyable time A Year of Blood The year 1003 will long be remembered in the home of F N Tacket of Alii ance Ky us a year ot blood which I flowed so copiously from Mr Yackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump lion with toe astonishing result that t after taking foul bottles I was com pletely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds ut Severs drug store Price fiOc and 100 Trial bottle free- UnitedI Brethren Notes The ladle of the United Hrothren I church will give a pie supper m the dining hall at Tar Springs Saturday night Nov to rIM building Committee of the United Brethren church at rar Springs will received Seal Hid Saturday Nov 10 Address C W Musgrove Cloverport Ky Mead a goad cathartic A pill Iis best Say a pill like DeWitts Little Early Risers About the most reliable on the market Sold by All Druggists DIed Carl Perkins son of Mr and Mrs Richard Perkins died at the home of his parents on Friday afternoon of E diphtheria at the age of one year The bodwas buried in the Taul graveyard I on the following day The little fellow was the joy of the home and his taking away was a sad affliction toII the loved ones who are deeply sym pathized with in their sorrow J HelpIHelpI r Im Falling Thus cried the hair And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayers wasII J Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine Falling hair is caused by a germ and this medicine completely destroys j these germs Then the healthy I scalp gives rich healthy hairII The beet kind of a testlmonlalI I Sold for over sixty years or J U Ayer Co Lowell Meer Aha manufacturer of AMado SARSAPARILLA ersPILLSII CIIERRV PECTORAL IRVINGTON Golden Wedding Cfclebraiion K of Ps Hold MeeiinjT Other News Notes Mrs Charlie Board returned t HArdinsburg Friday after a few day BoardI of Bi week th guests of Mr Jonas Lyons and wife Mr Fred S Chamberlain and wife arrived Sunday from Memphis Ten nessee where they have been for the past two weeks R L Jordon will return to Hopkins vllle this week after a short visit to his mother at Bcwleyville Miss Lucy Barr of Owensboro seen Wednesday and Thursday the guest of Mrs E W Graves The Honor Roll for the Irvington Private Sshool for the month ending Octis the following Walter Piggott Kendrick Jolly Kathrine Wimp Eliza Piggott and Mary Hermot Honary Mention is due Kittie McGhee andI Alford Herndon Miss Irene Simm TeacherAfter quite a spell of illness Mr JimI Jarett is able to be out again Mr James Smith and family will leave right away for Oklahoma- L D Bishoff left Monday for Frank fort to accept a position as road super visor on an electric car line running out of FrankfortMrs has returned to Clover port after spending sometime here the guest of her daughter Mrs Ed McAfee Miss Nannie Board after a visit to Mrs Pomp McCoy left for her home iin Garfield Saturday Mr Loyd representing the Cumber land Telephone out of Louisville wasi in town Saturday to attend the Tele phone meeting The Knights of Pythias held their regular meeting in their hall last Satur day night and added two more gentle men to their charter rolls which makes in all about thirty of our good honest and upright citizens of Irvington Thisi lodge is about four or five months old1 and it has been quite a success all along and they are expecting a many pros perous months yet to come Mrs Hob HardawRV of Glasgow Missouri and Mrs Tom Ditto und Miss Nellie Munnelly of Louisville were the visiting guests at Mr and Mrs John Coxs wedding celebration last Tuesda A The Street Fair people passed through town Monday enroute to Brandenburg for this week The Irvington citizens are anticipating having them back here next week and display some of their workDr Sam Parks purchased at the sal of Jim Smiths property and house hold1 goods last Thursday the honse and to for 5575 and it will be occupied at once by Mrs Sue Jolly who has charge of the country switch board W B Biggs made a flying trip home Sunday before he went on his extended1 trip through the South again Again another couple have the honor of celebrating their golden weddingan niversory that of Mr and Mrs John Cox which took place at their beautiful country home last Tuesday among their children and grandchildren of course every body spent a most enjoyable day and the host and hostess were the re cipients of many handsome presents Mr and Mrs Chris McGehee of Long Branch were the guests of his brother Mr Fred McGehee last Saturday and Sundav 04 6TORI9BUM UitheKind You Have Always Boucb Sljnitnit YJof t 1 Henderson Route Notes Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply Special one way second class Colo nist rates West and Southwest Nov 20 Dec 4 and 18 1906 Jan 1 and 15 Feb 5 and 19 March Sand 19 OT Vast WaterPowers To its coal supply more than twice as great as the combined coal area of Great Britain Germany and Pennsylvania tits o vast stores of natural gas as supplementary sources of power and heat and light the South adds at least 3000 000 available horsepower of water powers for utilization for electrical trans mission also for power heat and light The development of this rast watet power potentiality will eventually employ 250000000 to 300000000 and be equal in working capacity to 6000000 men It will make possible construction of thousands of miles of interurban elec tric roads it will furnish cheap power and light for mines and factories and create as in Switzerland the highest forms of skilled mechanical work in the mountains of the South where climatic conditions are unsurpassed by any othe- section of the world In counting up the riches of the South always bear in mind its wealth of everrunning streams where nature furnishes the power with out price except for the cost of develop ment Manufacturers Record Balti more I8m 1iI1W II tJIII trMl 1 COLDi WEATHER NECESSITIES Jb AT BARGAIN PRICES II Dress Goods Shoes and ClothingT- he l I Real Necessities You Are Bound to Havej lOurStock Is Complete Prices Are Right 1m tI Special Dress Goods OfferingsI- n IJJ Black Plain Colors Plaids and Fancies The people are coming here for Dress Goods and ite mean to keep them coming We have the right goods the right colors and r weights and the wanted novelties at popular prices Economy and style may always be found here Broadcloths in black blue brown red grey and plaids at 100 t to 125 per yard Plaids in ombre wool effects and all wool at 20c to COc per yard riNovtltes in newest and best patterns 250 to COc per yard Suitings in solids and plaids at aOc to dOe per yard Serges full line at 50c to 60c per yard Mohair full width 38 to 44 inches 60c to 100 per yard 1 IBoots and Shoes Star Brand Shoes are Better BOur stock is larger and better and our sales continue to Increase on this popular brand of Shoes NOTE PRICES I Our Prince Boot at 12 00 Roberts Veal Custom at 1275 War mack Puritan Calf double sole sidelined at 4 00 Edelens Hones I Mike king of all boots double sole from toe to heell full stock Kip nt 125BROGANSMens Storm King at 190 No 403 at 175 Boys Boots at 1175 to 100 I i Mens Heavy Shoes Elelens Storm King kangaroo calf rubber lined as near water proof as cm br umdr at 300 Our Pilar 1liw Kai high top 1tttherlInedat 3 00 and 3 25 Seamless Honest Mike at Y60 B11 R TARFORKe neartCloverport attended meeting at Cave Spring Church Saturday be fore the fourth Sunday Mr Ed Hook and wife spent Sunday with her brother Asher Ncwby near Cloverport Mrs Monroe Marlow has re turned from it weeks stay at her daughters at McQuady whore she hud been at the bedside of her grandchild who is illof Pneu mould Uncle Jack Ewlett of Jolly Station was in our community last week attending meeting at Cave SpringRev George Jones of Polville is conducting a meeting at Cava Spring It will probably continue through the ensuing week We have good music and very interest SermonsWid Taul of Mor gun were the guests one day last week of their brother Arch Here is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Syrup Nearly all other cough syrups are cbnstipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold b All Druggists A Problem nt Cambridge When Lord Hnylelgb the British scientist was n student at Cambridge the examiners set among other problems one which they based on an ar ticle in a German mathematical period- Ical supposed pnllkely to have penetrated to Cambridge Only two men solved It Mr Stutt Lord Raylelgn and another Tho examiners asked the other man about this problem Oh ho said I take the mentioning- the name of the periodical and I was very glad to find that thanks to an article In the last number that prob lem came out quite easily When Mr similar answer but ho astonished them by replying Tho fact Is gentlemen that I sometimes contribute to and I could not help feeling great ly flattered that you should have thought my little problem worthy or a place In this examination He was awarded the prize MATTINGLY Rev George Jones of Pellville is holding a series of meetings at Cave Spring church Mr and Mrs Sam Beavin have two children sick with malaria fever B F Frank is building an uptodate cottage for Isaac Blair at this placeI Mr and Mrs Sam Lasley visitedre latives at West View last Saturday and SundayThe three sons of Mrand Mrs James Furrow who have been sick for sometime are repoi tod bettor Mr and Mrs Roscoe Lasley visited her parents Mr and Mrs Hardin Walker last Sunday Mrs William Lynch of Mnttingly who has been visiting relatives at Glassglow Scotland for some time arrived home lust Wednesday She reports a very stormy voyage coming home Carl the little son of Mr and Mrs W O skins who died at Cloverport last Friday was buried nt the Taul grave yard last Saturday Their many friends at this place deeply sympathize with the bereaved parents In the loss of their only child Henry Brickey son of Gabe Brickey while handling a revolver recently ac cidently discharged it shooting a hole through the calf of his leg Dr Kinchelo was called and dressed the wounded member Wedding bells are ringing in this vicinityGabe Brickey of Clover Creek and Miss May Pattersonof near Cloverport were married at Hawesviile October 30 R C Mattingly is on the sick list R C Mattingly of Mattingly has a fine crop of apples on hand unsold Wavy Hawkins of Cloverport who went to Evansville recently writes he is well pleased with the city and his occupation Rev Lewis filled his appointment here Sunday- L R Adkisson of Eddyville was 1 Mens Fine Shoes k IPlymouthI Our Family at 1275 Nutcracker at 250 r Cornerstone at f200 Gold Bond at 150 Ladies Misses and- Childrens J Shoes Queen Quality patent Colt blucher and bal at 300 Mayflower at f20 Our Greatest in heavy and light sole at 200 May Blossom at lgO Golden Rod at 160 Old Womans Rest K E Kangaroo Calf felt top and felt lined at 160 For every day wear Our Hickory and Our Family at 175 In our misses and childrens department you will find our line the best Prices range from 100 to 200 for misses and for chil ren 55c to 15- 0Mens and Boys Clothing Prevailing Styles in Abundant Variety are Found in This Department Mens Black Granite all styles at 1000 to Mens 700Mens Wool Mixtures at 7 00 to 1260 1000IIBoys and Youths Overcoats at 200 to departmentPrices E II B F BEARD CO 1JfmJJ ar STEPHENSPORT here the first of the week L B Helm has returned home from LexingtonThe party given by the Bap tist ladies at the Connhouse was quite a success The old and the young seemed to enjoy the games music and recitationsand very pleasant evening was spent by all Mrs Wright of gebree is visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Atkinson- S H Dix has moved in the property he purchased on College street Mrs Novitts sister and husband spent tho day with her Sunday Mrs Pike Conn was in Cloverport shopping last weak Jess Walls was in town the first of the week I Mrs Charles Allen and children of Glendeano ware guests of Miss Bottie Allen last week Mrs Grayham Jolly of Sample Sthe guest of her brother Frank Blaine last week Miss Pauline Moorman has returned home from Louisville The ladies of the M E church will give an oyster supper Saturday nigljt November 10 at the Christian church Mrs Frank Ferry and son were guests of Mrs E H Miller Sunday Miss Florence Gardner and mother spent a few days at Garfield last week Miss Ruth Ahlof Evansville and Miss Lillian Dowell of Sample were guests of Miss Esther Payne last week Mrs Sallie Bennett had a slight stroke of paralysis last week Geo McCubbins is able to be out again after several days illness Miss Nellie Barbee is on the sick list Judge Murray was in town Saturday- W B Blaine went to Owensboro Saturday evening Judge Mercer was in town Saturday- Ed Brown and family have moved to Lewisport Mr Brown has charge of the section there Good for everything salve is used for andespecially recommended for piles That is what we say of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve On the market for years and a standby In thousands of families Get DeWitts Sold by All Druggists IHARDINSBURG j KENTUCKYBIU lIBi i H Meyer was in the city last buying John Morris goods was in the city weekff Mr and Mrs John H Mcador at Brandenburg last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons were in Brandenburg last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Henry Hardin of Eliz abethtown were the guests of his mother Mrs Judith Hardin Tuesday l and Wednesday- Mr Claycomb of Irvington was here in the interest of the Continental Fire I ThursdayDr Tilden Co of St Louis called on Dr Stroth er Thursdayii Hon Henry Millerof Elizabethtown representing the Northwestern life ThursdayRev pro tracted meeting at CusterfH H Kemper of Irvington was there Sunday Mr Herbert Miller of this place and Miss Georgie Harrell of Cecilia will be married at the Baptist church at that place at 2 oclock on Wednesday Nov 14thMr and Mrs Will Kemperland of Louisville spent a few days last yAe ekrwith her parents Mr and Mrs Jas fClarksonMr Raymond Moorman and sister Miss Myrtle were in Brandenburg Wednesday 11 Born to the wife of Dolph Richard hMrEkrontlwere here SaturdaybSTATE or OHIO CITY or TOLEDO II W 88LUOASj Frank J Cheney makes oath that lie is 1 b hCoCounty and State aforesaid and that said1 dDOLLAUBthat cannot be cured by the use ofCatarrktt Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEYSworn to before mo und subscribed In my hJSEAl AW GLEASON ri PUBLIOlIalsInternallyuna OlfreeF J V41CHC If W CO Toledo 0gJ75eTake constipation of Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic sit bas stood the test 25 years Average Annul Sales over One and a Hid1 Jnbottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50ssti I ose4 WkL every lottiie II a Tea Ceat pack ge oar Groves IIRoot LIver Imo I r 040- tt f U ft r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM NOVEMBER 7 1906 5 J Ms Pills stimulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen the digestive organs regulate the bowels and arc tin equaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE- Ini malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized as they posse peculiar properties In freeing system from that poison Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute LOCAL ANDI iiPERSONAL l ti ti4iIiiJulrJWin Embry is in Brandenburg Miss Allie Chapin has returned to Heights Run- Corduroy Pants 115 at Shapinsky BrosGet n pair of Eclipse shoes from Con rad Sippel Best wearers Mrs AlvinSimous has been visiting relatives in Louisville M nilt tint In tilvvI i tits Louisville Friday l Mrs J M Fitch went to Lodibur r Fridayto visit relatives Roy Moorman was here from Hardins burg Sunday the guest of friends Ladies come and examine Shapin sky Bros line of wraps W E Adams and family were iin Irvington Sunday Miss Francis Smith will visit friends in Eminence this week Claude Mercer of Hardinsburg was in the city Monday Miss Minnie Murray was here Sunday afternoon from Hardinsburg Miss Stella Weatherholt has returne I home from Louisville For good bread try a sack of Lewis port flour for sale by J R Williams Miss Ella Smith wit go to Louiscill- this week I Miss Ray Heyser has returned from Liberty College at Glasgow Mrs Jennie Brown is visiting rela I tives in Spring Lick Miss Lula Severs will be hostess to the Young Girls Club this afternoon Mrs Fred Fraize wont to Louisville TuesdayMr Mrs James Younger have returned home from West Point H L Stndor was in Hardinsburg i SaturdayMrs Cf Duncan of Louisville is the guest of Mrs David Duncan at Brandenburg Miss Rose Agnew Miss Nina Corley and Ed Morrison went to Hardinsburg Saturday to attend the Street Fair Mr and Mrs John Burn were in Louis ville Saturtlay Geo Baker of St Louis was here Sun day Miss Verna Ryan of Tobinsport was a guest at the Halloween dance at HawesvilleI r exseeYeeri e Dont forget the oldman with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the travelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and i strengthening foodJpersonsherich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of themown Me stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oil I delightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks i and for all who need flesh and istrengthiSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 40U416 Pearl Street Now York drulirlirlstsi For shoes go to the shoe man Conrad Sippel is the shoe man His line is the bestMr Jns W Mnttingly wife an mother left for Owensboro yesterday- Mr V G Babbage was in Irvingtor last week on legal buslnlfiSIMr J B Ridgway nnd wife have reI turned from a visit to friends in Louisville i ashave you tried that Iewtsport flour yet Every suck gunrenteed you tvi find it at 0 Councils Cos Miss Florence Holsclaw of Louisville i has been the guest of Mr and Mrs RidgeMr Dan Lasley has moved his famil y here from West View He has n pus I on at the brick plant Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plank and their cousin Ivan Damewood left last Thursday for Iowa Mrs J H Sterrett of Skillman was the guest of her sister Mrs Ross last week Mrs J M Cordrey is still head quarters for every thing in the millinery line Let Mrs J M Cordrey show you her handsome line of Millinery before you buy Everything the newest givega Measuring Party Thanksgiving night in Oelzes Hall for benefit ofthechurch Shapinsky Bros are carrying th swellest line of clothing in Cloverport Call and take a look at their stock IP J Herman and family of TellI City have been visiting relatives at Union Star Mrs W M Boutcher of Lewisport JoeIMorrisonIf is the staff of life make fit good by using Lewisport flour You CouncIlsdMrs Eugene Haynes and daughter + Miss Ruth Haynes were at Sample Sunday HeightesIRun have been the guests of Mr and- Mrs Alvin Simons Miss Louise Beavin of Persimmon Flats was in town Saturday with Miss Dee Basham Mrs H V Duncan will return home from Brandenburg today after a visit t Mr and Mrs David Duncan Mrs Alex Vance and children off Pierce City Mo are the guests of lie parents Mr and Mrs John Dean Mrs S W Anderson Mrs Venerable and her sister Mrs Andersen returned to Oweusboro Saturday night after a visit to MrsyD Stuart Miller Mrs Conrad Sippel and daughte- Selma have returned from Germa- Ridge I where they have been visiting parentsMrs DeHnven will leave this week for Nashville Teun to visit her sifter Miss Lou ire Bon tier who iis attending boarding school in that city Chas Hook and family spent Satur day and Sunday at the home of Mrs Hooks father Mr J Haynesof Union StarMrs Robert Pierce was hostess to th members of the Mizpath society who entertained a number of their friends last Friday afternoon Messrs John and Eugene Vest and their mother Mrs Vest who have been in Seattle Washington are now in Losi Angeles Cal Mr and Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia df Versailles spen Sunday with Mr and Mrs J D GregoryWh you are in need of quality of flour that will give you entire satisfaction In your 1 read and pastry cookinp Call for Lewisport Flour at Weatherholts Miss Ray Heyser who has been ill i Glasgow where she is attending Liberty College is improving and will be able to come home within a week or ten days REVIVAL SERVICES To Be Held at Baptist Church Begin ning Third Sunday In Nov ember Beginning the third Sunday of this month the Baptist congregation will begin a series of meetings The pastor Rev J T Lewis will be assisted by Dr M P Compton an evangelist of considerable note The members of the Baptist church are preparing for alp interesting meetI ing and one that will be fruitful of much good Propit Ions An English dally had the following advertisement WantedA gentleman to undertake tho salo of a patent med icine Tho advertiser guarantees ItIwill bo profitable to the undertaker Christian Register The Correct Kxiilnnntlon Yes said Dubbey the actor I bad a splendid part in the show but Iertook sick and Ah Interrupted Wiseman you mean you didnt take well Philadel phla Ledger Patience Is the strongest of strong drinks for It kills tho giant Despair Jerrold Y I 9pceulntlonI any thing when It lIs cheap There are nu begldwith the point of view of the success filll speculator and that of the public trader are entirely different The Hrst named operates on deduction on care- fullyi erected theories of what condl fleas will be it year two years hence The unsophisticated trader acts upon whatever of the future Is already np parent It IIs again a platitude to say IIIhat Wall street discounts everything good or had but how many praplo who mouth this axiom extract Its full meaning They do not realize that this discounting menus not the gauging of the knowubut of the wholly unknown The man who acts today on the proba the conditions of the long unseen fu tare Is the man who mule money 1 In Wall street or In any other enterprises for that matter and the man whoso mind goes farthest ahead makes the most money If I could only see the tape n mouth ahead cries the tyro There are ninny men who see It n year ahead not In Its flurries and fractions but In Its great and Important entirety Thomas Gibson In Moodys Maga zinc Farr Not Alwny What They Seem Does the average fur buyer know that the far eastern mink Is simply a dyed marmot with the black stripes painted in with a toothbrush Does the buyer know that the low priced black lynx sets arc nothing but com mot wildcats or Roumanian cats or skineDoes he know that the white ermine pillow muffs selling for a song are really weasels and yellow weasels at that since a white weasel commands almost as high a price as Its dear rela tive the ermine Then the sable lynx scarfs and muffs that sell for a few dollars are of course nothing but coney or hare while the cheaper caracal sets are simply kid astrakhan which 1 Is something entirely different from cara calas different Indeed as ordinary Persian Is from broadtail The beau tiful Imitation white fox sets that ap pear also are generally mouflon or In some cases combed white tlbetNu gents Bulletin 1ADnrliiR lll + lioi A story of the great Bishop Selwyn of New Zealand Is told by Commander Gambler of the British navy in his book The bishops missionary yacht the Southern Cross touched a coralI reef when entering the harbor Port of becameonecessary to examine her bottom but the sharks were so numerous and so daring that nobody would venture Intp hehir1 that If a man showed a bold front to u shark he would sheer off went over board himself with a long sharp knife In his mouth for defense and diving I under his vessel ascertained the dam age lIe then came on board our ship yachtronnsome copper sheets which he did him self again spending a long time In the water For some curious reason not a single shark hove in sight all the time Many a Slip For the Farmer Raising wheat Is no easy task re marked a farmer One year I had Goo acres of as beautiful wheat as ever lay out of doors It stood breast high and it seemed good for forty bushels to the acre That meant to me a I andeharvest hands engaged and expected to begin cutting on Monday On Fri day afternoon there came out of the northwest n greenish gray cloud Fol lowing a heavy rain the hall fell In ten minutes the wheat was flattened to six Inches from the ground We cut a little of It for hay The remainder rot ted on the ground The mortgage on the farm was foreclosed and I hired familytDo you wonder that the wheat farmer Is not boastful of his crop until he has It In the gwiary Outlook The Oldest Tunnel The oldest known tunnel In the world Is that of Slloah near Jerusalem It famousnInscription discovered some years ago celebrates the first meeting of the diggers from both sides Newspapers did not appear In those days and so the event cannot be exactly dated but It most probably took place under King Ilezcklah about 700 B C and Is an Interesting testimony to the high state of civilization among the Jews at n time when Europe was Inhabited by savages American Israelite Shocking Mortality The crowded ship gave a sudden lurchThere was a splash Oh walled the young woman who bad been sitting near tho rail reading a book think of all those lives being lostlBut nothing could be done and she gazed sadly at her copy of Plutarch dancing merrily on the waves far asternChleago Tribune A Knillr Story This Knillr story Is true A Christian Zulu Kafllr was heard rncountlng to an other Kalllr a vision of heaven of which bo had line a dream And saw you any Kalllrs there Inquired his listener The teller of tho story pondered awhile and then Xo said he for I did not look Into tho kitchen The Sliver Lining Mrs Suburbs after the crash Thero Is another of my china dishes gonel Suburbs Never mind dear It hasstop pee the cooks singing At one time during tho life of John Bright there were no tower than seven members of his family with scats InIthe house of commons I IA Positive CURE CATARRH IhElys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It clonuses soothes heals and protects tho diseased mem brnne It cures Ca tarrh and drives away n Cold in tho fEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size CO etsat Drug mailElyBrotheraGG or o fi- TI DR TAYLOR iti ReprcBentlne M f 1 TAYLOR KEENE ft I DENTISTS M OF OWEN8BORO i1 Will be in Cloverport on the r 12th 13th and ltth ot each month Dr Lightfoots office 1 Will be In liardlnsburg on the 19lh 20th and 21st of eachII r month Dr Incheloes office rWe are in t fl5 port every cloverI f guarantee pair of glasses we sell SatisfactionV Im or your money back lID II SEVERS DRUG COIrn fl5 + or r o + I WantS p II +rS J WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION TilE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under this lioud ut I nine coat u word per week FOR SALE OH RENT FOIL SALE OH HENTMj farm of S09ncres llurdhtsburgnearWrlto or cull on me nt Uardlnsburj IntrlckTeaIf WANTKIl HUHTIMBEH WANTED ilub timber For particulars spidlicat Ions and prices address Iluwes vlllu Hub and Mfg Co Huwesvllle Ky TRACTION ENGINE FOR SALElahorse Power Traction En Just rebuilt and practically us Rood trltColumherIs teethed Write me at Tar Fork Ivy Chas TubellnR I FOIL SALEA benutlful tOIL set dueorutud IlowersUOOn SALEm shares hack stuck V o1 imbbuge Attorney ot Law Cloverport n 1 xWrotVVANTEDOentleinun or lady with good rigforI ptddweoklyandoxpmnsosndvunaed I slump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky 1 theHowlingenrldgo News n n- r 1 thinbranch acreshtor wheat Price l500 cash For further NewsCluverporh V lumberWriteverport Ky j FOIL SALEA Singer Muchlno In Rood re j for is News odiee Uloverport Kj 1 nn WANTED y Chicago wholesale und mall assistant manager manor woman for this county and adjoining terrljtory Salary 120 und expenses pate weekly j expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or ex j perience required Spare time valuable Write at once for full purtlculursund enclose selfaddressed envelope Address AL MANAGER 134 E Lake St OENEltI FOR SALE 1and1 Engines JIAKTIN GABLE 518 3rd Louisville K- yRaw StreetI 1 Furs Wanted 1 We pay the highest market pjlce for all kinds of Furs Every Trapper and Fur deAler should write us at once for Price List and our New Plan Address B F Wilson Fur Co Tuscola Illsjj Never Cleats Jlvnmlti Inir PARKIRSj Youthful j Cui4 ictii tlimiiii L Ktir ra x J rnntlinae lirueffliti iIfiMEET EAT NOLTES a Only a Word If in need of a fancy Newest in Dress Goods Pull Braids Gimps for Trim mings I Persian Bands Medallions Fancy Metal or Plain Buttons f Come and see what we IIhave Always something new I bNolte Si Bro all of us You Been again and of the of But yon which you could not if you ever had used it we tell it is the Best Brand of Flour made It makes more loaves to the sack It the most bread rolls cakes and It is reliableonly the best and most nutri properties of the wheat are per mitted to enter into this Brand of Flour hence it is pure and Try it MAKERSCadickI u + r o r + 1 IliFORI SALE M orrf One two year old horse colt One old horse colt I One pair three year old mules broke mare and ii- yft J pair year old mules maresii pair live year old mules mare and One pair aged mules and horse i In fact in the line Also four two mares two hois- tsSTRAYEDI fifi- 1iIf Eight head of cattle six steers two find and ft notify me and receive reward i BEARD KY iZ tm- i r 7 + No Waiting Just tell us how much Lumber you need We have kinds Fra material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you unable to get so quick before Let have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US Seaton I Ky L a Have Told again virtues CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR lest forget do you makes satisfactory pastries thoroughly tious healthfil IndIi will trade for Cattle ALSO FOR tSAi horsefl JOno eight fIOne mare anything mule weanlings heifers them BROS HARDINSBURG Here ming were Weatherholt Cloverport u LI TILE NELLSBEEF There is a little girl by the name of Nell She went to the telephone and rang the boll The operator said Number please She said Winns meat market just as she sneezed The butcher answered what is It mftm She said send me a steak av quick as you can The order was filled and rushed away And she said it was the best sin had eaten for many a long day Have on hand some good cook ing and eating apples Fancy beet and pork pork and bolona sausage Fancy bacon and lard Remember Thanksgiving will soon be here Let us have your order for nice Turkeys and chickens WINN BROS- Cloverport Ky 1 r T To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures Grip IB Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets f on every 9 CQ bcx2SCSeven MBHoa boxes sold la past 13 months TLlS Signature o r iJT V r 11 KMenF4a- y S+ = eG arpFrACt gr h1=Mr + 0IIY qs P n 1 L 6 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM NOVEMBER 7t 1906 Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys But Do Not Recognize Its Mr David L Jaycox Chaplain Clar Inda I 00 T and Chaplain G A II S65 Broadway Oakland Cal writes I IIam an old war veteran I coif j tracted severe bladder and kidney troubleI hundreds of dollars and consulted a host of doctors but neither did me any good Finally some of my comrades j who had been cured by Pernna ad vised me to try it J at once bought a bottle and found it helped mo so much that 1 kept using it for nearly four months J 41Peruna has proven the best med j s icine I ever used My pains are i gone and I believe myself to be curedI feel well and would not be Vs without a bottle in time ofneed for ten times its cost S IITI1E LOCAL NEWSPAPER Its Importance Not Appreciated by Some Persons 1 It is the local press which serves you in every emergency There you go in trouble It is there you go in prosperity- If you want to boom any manufactur ing enterprise any railroad project for the development of your t wn for your lodge to increase your influence or if your lodge desires to add to its member ship or to erect a new hall or in anyway advance its interests the local press is iunediutely appealed to fir help So it is with our churches If it is H picnic l or a festival H new carpet or an organ the localI press iis fouud to lbe useful III miherinig every guod object If a raid Ifie to be mule on sin by the ambassadors of Christ the columns of the local pi per are used freely mid gratuitously in advertising the revival or protracted1 meeting The candidate anti puliticiaaa findHIo the importance of the local press Clearly there are many reasons why HowsYour YourLiver 1I It will pay you to take good care of your liver because If you do your liver will take good care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomachache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sThedfords r BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful standbyIntodaytheIt acts gently on the liver and kid neys and does not irritate the bowels- It cures constipation relieves con gestion and purifies the system from keepingthePrice Z5c at all druggists and I dealers Test It 1 A War Veteran Spends hundreds of Dollars In Ills Attempt to Cure Kidney Trouble He Took Pcruna jl Upon a friends Advice and It Proved the Best Medicine Me Ever Used- 1TARIUI of tho kidneys Is a very i much neglected disease It is not until tho disease has a firm hold upon the kidneys that tho patient begins to realize that thero Is some derangement of these organs The slight backaches the feelings of lasitude and other warning symptoms of kidney disease are overlooked They are not serious enough to detain tilt patient from his regular work Even when he discovers that the kid nrys are affected he does not recognize the difficulty as being caused by ca tarrhCatarrh is sometimes so very gradual In Its approach and its earlier symptoms cause such slight discomfort that it is nut noticed However when it is once firmlyseated in the kidneys It becomes a difficult dUfase to exterminate lndeedcatarrh of tho Icidnoys is more serious than catarrh affecting some of the other organs of tho body In the kidneys itis liable to terminate In Brights Disease or diabetes both of which are recognized ab very serious ailments If not fatal Tho thing to bo done when catarrh of the kidneys is discovered is to take some Internal systemlccatarrh remedy one that reaches the very source of the catarrh and removes tho cause of tho difficulty Such a remedy has been found in Peruna It reaches catarrh no matter where it may be located in the body whether in the more exposed PERUNA FOR KIDNEY DISEASE membranes of tho noso and throat or whether In tho remotest part of the kidneysThat is lit once the safest and I most reliable remedy for catarrh of the kidneys is proven by the many testimonials written by those who have ox perienced its benefits tj The testimonial given hero is only a specimen of tho many testimonial on our records pertamlni to the relief af forded by Peruna In severe ruses of kid ney trouble t For freo medical advice address Dr Is B Hartman President of the Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio I the local pre ss should be cultivated Yet in spite of all these facts the people most interested in the local paper are sometimes the last to give it their support and are frequently known to take several metropolitan pipers and shut out their local paper altogether If there is anything in the argument about the advantage of horn trade surely it makes a strong appeal on behalf of the local press because the money for the labor is always expended where the paper is orinted and if paid out with one hand for subscription advertising or job J ringing it comes into time other hand an I thus remain with you If by any means you freeze out yMir local pa per dud leave yourself at the mercy of the foreign you would find out inure fully thau words or arguments could ex plain why the local paper should be cutivttted Deny Mass Enterprise oL er aX Alte Kind You Hate Always Bwffto ttbect Coughed Up a Bullet Portland Ore Nov IIn a violent fit of coughing shortly before his death at a local hospital H L Mills an Oregon pioneer of 1870 and a nephew of General Robert E Leo of the Confederate army raised from his lungs a buckshot ho carried In his body since the civil war As a memo ber of the Fifteenth New York engi neer corps ho fought against the army commanded by his mothers brother Bryans Prediction Chicago Oct 29 William Jennings Bryan spent Sunday here on his way to Lincoln Neb from his eastern tour He expressed satisfaction over the result of his campaign I am satisfied ho said that both govern ment and municipal ownership aro but a few years off and that this issue will be felt in this campaign and that it will be the dominant issue in 1908 White Mens League Nashville Tenn Oct 31Whlto men of Fayette county Tennessee mot at Somerville to organize a white mens league for protection against a rumored uprising of negroes It is said that a party of negroes has possession of 80 Winchester rifles and that this fact is responsible for the movement The approaching election has much to do with the agitation Public Debt Washington Nov 2The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of business Oct 31 the total debt less cash in tho treas ury amounted to 952171304 which Is a decrease for month of 2074829 Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the I cureIdrug store BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and broad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column George Ade denies that ho is to be married to Miss Helen Halo the actress W H Fisher of Gllboa 0 suicided in his law office Grieved over rocont death of his wife Thomas J Devln SO brotherinlaw of the late President Benjamin Harrison died at Ottumwa la E H Fitch claiming he Is a preacher arrested at St Louis on charge of passing forged checks at Chelsea I T Mrs Amy Balls residence at Now ark 0 burned Loss S000 Mrs Ball S5 was alone when the tire startedRichard Schugart 57 while walking on railway at Akron 0 Stopped from one track to another to avoid a train and was killed by passenger train Junius Dana SO pioneer school teacher of Warren 0 brother of the late Charles A Dana of New York died at Buckeye lake near Newark 0 whore he was hunting John Fogus of Marietta O sudden ly wont Insane Bitten by dog recent ly Case puzzles physicians 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 killed E J Pettlcord a policeman at Indianapolis Sept 30 convicted and sen tenced to be hanged Feb S George Mulhern sheriff of Cuyahoga county calms forgeries discovered im Cleveland 0 were committed by ward heelers for revenge because he would not give them money Al Kaufman won over Sam Berger in tenth round of fistic battle at San FranciscoDaniel Oper and C W Beatty farm ers near Sandusky 0 struck by a train and fatally injured Mrs John Buner 35 of Mlamlsburg 0 while walking on the track was struck by n train and killed Attempt made by two men to blow up the new B 0 bridge at Youngs town O Bridge net badly damage The men escaped Clifford Hooe negro coachman of Augustus Harrje of Plttsburg ccnvict ed of perjury for his affidavit in the Hartje divorce case N J Hazel mayor of Marked Tree Ark was shot and seriously wounded by negro named Norton who escaped Posse searching for Norton intent on lynching him Brevet Ryan and L A Wright kill ed each other in pistol duel after quar reling at LArgent Miss J W Bre land In whose store the affray occur red was shot and killed while at tempting to separate the men Emperor William of Germany is suffering from a cold Town of Portia Ark was damaged by fire to the extent of about 50000 Louis Ulrick 55 one of best known florists in Ohio died at his home In TiffinJohn P Monger 8G once one of the German emperors gardeners died at his home in Columbus 0 Hazel Cooper a chorus girl com mitted suicide at New York by swallowing carbolic acid Was despondent Franz H Henke 82 years old died instantly in tho Trinity Lutheran church Cleveland 0 Heart disease Thomas F Gleason former com mander of Georgia department G A R dropped dead at his home in Sa vanah Ga A rearend collision of passenger trains Nos 5 and 17 on tho Iron Moun taro railroad occurred at Tuckerman Ark Several passenger injured Charles Alyea living near Fountain town id accidentally shot and kill ed his little daughter Martha The bullet entered time childs face near the oft eye and she fell dead Ticket office of B 0 Southwestern at Chllllcotho 0 robbed of 189 during absence of the ticket agent 0 H and G A Stevens brothers began suit at Kansas City to break the will of their uncle John Q Lar well who died at Mansfield 0 worth about 1500000 Robert Lensdon Republican candi date for secretary of state in Idaho bound over for trial on charge of em bezzling tax rebates while assesor of Washington county Mission board of Pittsburg Lutheran synod announces the need of 1000 ministers to equip vacant charges and new missions of the Lutheran church throughout the country At Spartansburg S C Newton Til Hson 56 railway omploye saved lives of an aged couple crossing railway track In buggy but lost his own life He was struck by a train- J E Mink 21 arrested at Philadel phia on charge of embezzling 5000 worth of mining stock from his employers Woir Co stock brokers also charged with raising a stock cer tificate from 100 to 1000 shares and disposing of it Robbers got 2700 in Bank of Jamestown Mo and escaped Bellamy Storer former United States minister to AustriaHungary returned to United States Bank of Odin Ill dynamited and looted by robbers who escaped after running battle with citizens Business failures in the United States during tho week 184 samo reek last year 180 in Canada 18 kit year 23 Uniform Snubbed In Kansas Leavenworth Kan Nov ITwo soldiers of Company K Eighteenth infantry stationed at Leavenworth were refused admittance to a skating unit here Captain McFarland com manding the company wrote a com munication to the military secretary of the army stating that the propri etor said he would admit soldiers only in citizens clothing Colonel Hall commanding the service schools at the post in his indorsement before sending the letter to the military secretary suggested that If the matter is not remedied trade of Fort Leaven worth be directed from the city and that no more troops be sent to the post which Is to be enlarged Will Fight It Out Mayklng Ky Oct 31 Telephone advice from Dryfork are to the effect that the Brown feud factions are arm Ing themselves and another outbreak Is expected at any moment Time feud started a week ago when members of the band clashed In battle In the fight Harry Brown was desperately wounded Every effort to effect a truce having proved futile the fac tions will fight it out The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stapifytng or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as male for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics Dr Stoops 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 Dr Shoops Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell it 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cities is a matter of common observation and scenes that shocked us 20 years ago arc now passed by without comment In deed so common is the drinking among women in our large cities that the situa h tion is often a source of cmbarassment to the woman who docs not drink The disastrous results of dippling among women are already too well known to the physicians and experi ence shows that while men who drink often reform women who become victims to drink are more intractable to ref ormationThe director ofone of New Yorks leading institution for nervous and mental diseases recently wrote to me as follows The medical profession knows only too well the increasing ten deny to tippling among society women and its disastrous results Fully 70 per cent of the drug case among women come of first using alcoholic stimulants overindulgence of fashionable dinners or other social functions creates the I necessity for the quick recovery from the induced debauch morphine or something of a like nature is taken the inevitable consequence arc an increased n cessity for stimulants and a repetition of the drug increased nervousness and mental degradation follow Once woman acquires a taste for stimulants she is in a large degree a hopeless wreck Especially is this true in the higher circles where sentiment lead and society sanctions Mans idea of what woman ought to be is based upon this conception of what she normally Ishigher and better than himself His own sinful and selfish desires are the main factors in dragging woman down from the pedes tal upon which he himself has placed her and yet with his strange inconsis tency he will idolize her if she resists If by common consent sin seems blacker in woman than in man it is because she is by nature purer and has farther to fall If I seem to condemn sin the woman more than in the man I am for that reason paying to woman the highest and best compliment Intoxicants are dangerous enough to men to women they are much more so Romulus sentenced women to death for intoxication as the beginning of unfaithfulness to the marriage vow The virtue of the woman with the drink habit is always in danger The effect of alcohol upon womans will power and sense of moral respon sibility arc even more marked than in the man womans emotional organiza tion being so much more susceptible than that of man Any ordinary observer must have noticed in the brilliant cafes of our cities that most women drink as freely and frequently as their male com panionsTwenty years ago if you took a woman to a place of amusement you might ask her afterward if she would have an ice cream but now take her toII a restaurant and before you ask her if I she wants anything to eat you say to the waiter Two Manhattens please But what may be seen in festive as semblies in public places is nothing in comparison with what may be seen in pivate parlors by those who mingle freely in society I have seen at such times womans eyes sparkle with an unwonted fire and the gayest of her merriment was something more than the natural glow of her own spirits Since fashion is only another term for public sentiment I contend that were the higher classes of societyto discontinue the moderate use of drink the effect would be to render drinking unfashionableI tyrannical fashion is and that there are many persons who would rather be out of the world than out of fashion but improbable may be the success in changing the custom of society by your emphatic protest the improbability of your success is no reason for being silent If you attempt nothing you will accomplish nothing Social usages can be more easily changed than at firstsupposed If only a small number of women in every community of those who are raised by their wealth and social standing above the accusation of meanness and by courageously standing above the sus picion so dreadful to endure of being fashionableIf only one or two families itt each community were to take such a stand there would be many to fol low and a year would show great im provementIt influence to which we must look for the change required If woman really wishes to change the custom it will he accomplished Ex OAST RYd-ga th The Kind You Hare Alwais Boom Blgnttnre dot of Home I 100 100 500 News 100 I Price 600 Waters of Western Kentucky- A valuableand interesting discussion of the water resources of Kentucky west of Tennessee River is contained in and Irrign tion Paper No 164 just issued by the United States Geological Survey The made by the Branch of the Geological Survey show that in western Kentucky the undergroundwater resources are largely dependent on the local rainfall The springs and shallow wells derive their supplies exclusively from the rain fall ing in their immediate vicinity while the rocks from which the deep wells obtain waters are supplied by the rain arearjusta few cases do deep wells pierce the hard rocks that lay beneath the soft sands and clays In Paper No 164 which may be obtained on application to the Director of the United States IGeological Survey at Washington D C arc discussed the general conditions that govern the oc currence of water in wells and the relation of the geology of the region to the supply of underground water These general discussions are followed by de tailed descriptions that show the water conditions in each county the depth at which water may be obtained and the night to which it rises without pump The beet treatment for indigestion and troubles of the stomach is to rest the stomach Jt can be rested by star ration or by the use of a good dlgestant which will digest the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperature single teaspoonful of Kodol will wholly digest 3000graius of food It relieves the present annoyance puts the stomach in shape to satis factorily perform its functions Good for indigestion sour stomach flatulence palpitation of the heart and dyspepsia Kodol is made in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug 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wounded The fight took place just east of Beards 20 miles east of Louisville where a gang of 100 Lou isville Eastern men attempted to lay their track across the Louisville Nashville line They had only partially finished their work when 300 L 4N men appeared and started tearing up the rails A general battle followed Immediately during which the Louisville Eastern men resorted to the novel expedient of charging the rails they had laid with electricity from a trolley wire When the L N men applied their crowbars to the charged rails a score of them were knocked stiff All however soon re covered County officials of Oldham county put an end to the fight and ar rested two dozen of the leaders on each side Asylum Attendant Convicted Lexington Ky Oct 9Alter 13M hours deliberation tho Jury which tried Daniel M Adams a former at tendant at the Eastern Kentucky asylum charged with the murder of Fred Ketteror a patient there returned a verdict finding Adams guilty of assault and battery and fixing the punishment at one years Imprisonment in the county Jail The verdict is criticised adversely by many people Fred Pharls charged with the same mur der was sentenced to five years In the penitentiary last week M W Lug cett charged with tho same crime will be tried this week Located In a Cave Mayklng Ky Nov 2The alleged desperate criminal murderer and out law Joo Davidson who Is charged with stabbing to death John Trlvltt on Live Fork creek two months ago caveIlnhead of Live Fork A posse went to tho scene but an attempt to arrest Da vidson in his stronghold means loss of life He fought through such celebrated wars as the FrenchEversolc and the HatfleldMcCoy feuds There is a reward of 300 offered for him Students and Police Fight Lexington Ky Nov 1in a fight between COO Kentucky State college studfiitR and policemen here tour po licemen were struck on the head with rocks and severely Injured The cot logo students were playing halloween pranks and attempted to pry a street car Gout the track when the patrol IiItUI were arrested Carvers Incarcerated Richmond KyOct John Park Tamps White and Thomas Graves of j Clays Ferry farmers were found I guilty of having maliciously cut lames Townsond a Whitehall farmer Jaos and John Whlto were fined 250 each and given six months in Jail The other two Park White and Graves were fined 120 each and given six months In Jail Townsond was return ins from a church entertainment when attacked by the four men Death of J P Amsden Lexington Ky Oct aOAfter lin gering two weeks with pneumonia J P Amsdon CO of Versailles Ky president of the Louisville and At lantic railroad and president of the J P Amsden Banking company of Versailles died here Ho was step father to J B Hoggin one of the most widely known turfmen and copper mlno owners In America Students Before Grand Jury Lexington Ky Nov 2 Practically every one of the 300 students boarding at tho two dormitories at Kentucky State college In this city will be sum moned to appear before the grand jury on account of tho affray with the po lice President J K Patterson of tho college was beforo tho grand Jury and other members of tho faculty will ap pear Seven students are under arrest Will Move Railroad Shops Blue Rldgo Ga Nov 2Tho rail road shops of tho Atlanta division of tho Loulsvlllo Nashville railroad which have been hero 10 years will bo romovod at once to Etowah Tenn The removal affects a number of em ployes No reason Is assigned Wanted by a Mob Mayklne Ky Oct 29 Charged with attacking Miss Mary Quails of Norton John Dopaey 32 of Appa lachlo was arrested thereby escaping an infuriated mob organized at Black wood to lynch him Dopsey was taken to the Wise county prison Tobacco Man Falls Louisville Ky Nov 2Edgar D Martin of tho tobacco firm of H M Martin I Co filed a petition In bank ruptcy listing liabilities of 1G17G1 and assets of 90 on which exemption is claimed Sawed Out of Jail Lancaster Ky Oct 29Ollie Ball charged with horro stealing broke Jail here by sawing the bars of his coIl He took table knives from tho Jail kitchen and converted them into saws r THE = Fifth Avenue I HOTEL Louisville KyJ PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + CASTORIA Children Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Year- sCASTORIA only pass to puts neat r sV4r VMnA On f May A S Griffin REAL ESTATEWe recently a Estate office in Owensboro kindly invite Breckenridge County friends to communicate with us should they wish to buy or sell of propertyw e feel that with a wide acquaintance and the knowledge we have of the Real Estate values that we can of great assistance to especially do we your to Daviess County Lands or Owensboro Investments Yours truly MA GRIFFIN Offce 321 St Ann St Both Phones 358 Owciisboro L W a ff Vow u Wow U BRECKENRIDGE NEWS And ThetLOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD 1 Both One Year 200 IAA M A Y L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 146 Dally Past Train loaves Cloverport 501 stops at Howard1 on flag only arrives at Louisville 725 A M No 143 Dally Mall ana express leaves Clo verport 943 A i1r stops lit nil way stations arrived Louisville 1333 p in Train No 114 Dally fast leaves Clu verport 448 p moo stops ut all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Loulsvlllo 7 35 pm Train No 148 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives vurport 830 p m WEST BOUND No Dally Oloverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Evans villa 000 am expressleavesHawesvlllo Uiwlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and arrives St Louis 710 p m Train No 143 Mull mEvansville arrives Oloverport 740 p 1030 y in Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train loaves Clo verport 1111 PM arrives Evansvlllo 135 A M 8t Louis IfNO A M stops at Uawesv1le and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Loulsvlllo and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 149 between Louisville atd St LouIs Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except Sunday leaves Fords 430 a Arrives Irvlngton 840 am Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p lu Train No 6 Sunday only FordsvllloS30a m Irvington 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 am arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvlngton 650 m arrives Fordsvlllo 935 p m For Infants and The Kind You Thirty TMI OINTAWM OMMNT NKW YORK CITY The most centrally located and firstclass hotel In the city making a 1300 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars the all of the city- Everything and clean Frank have opened Real Ky and our any kind be all call attention 12 Ky IIILA THE For AAA ft AM mall Clo 147 Evansville Owensboro vlllo door I TGEWISSON Dealers In Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBUR6 KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish ment more uptodate Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware HollowwareFlatware Gold spectacles andall other grades ofspectacles Fino Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sowing Machine Needy s trf lit all machines Musical instruments arl findingsBest and finest repairing r of all timepieces tl l jr L pk 1SrTOld People NEED VINOLit strengthens and vitalizes With old ago comes feebleness and loss of power the blood is thin and digestion weak Vinol repairs worn tissues and checks tho natural decline It tones up the digestive organs aids assimilation makes rich red blood and strengthens every organ in the body In this natural manner Vinol replaces weakness with strength Vlnol contains all tho medicinal elements of cod liver oil in a concen trated form taken from fresh cods livers the useless oil eliminated and tonic iron added Try it on our guarantee Severs Drug Co- BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Margaret Hardawav is the guest of her mother Mrs C D Hardaway Mrs Emma Cox Hardaway of Mis souri is visiting her parents and sisters at this place Miss Lulu Nunnolly of Louisville is the guost of Mrs W C Jolly this week Mr and Mrs J M Compton and son Carl were in Louisville last week- Mrs W A Stith and children of Stiths Valley attended church here SundayRev Wilson delivered an excellent sermon here Sunday morning and Rev Poake of Kingwood filled the pulpit Sunday evening Misses Anna and Beulah Payne and H C Barnes attended the teachers association at Garfield Saturday Mr and Mrs KUsha Smith of G- usIrIlton were the guests of Mrs Gustons I parents Mr and Mrs G P Paul SundaySeveral from here attended the horse 4 Isale at Brandenburg last Wednesday I t Mr and Mrs Fletcher Blanford have l moved to Lebanon where they will rev + sida in the future Mrs Leah Pate and son Howard i spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs M P Payne CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the of cGt lCClc 1- i t IISlgnuri rlir City of Irtnl llrllnlti UnltMM we column ml the sea we can not keep open the rods by which our people mi teal1 Itrltitln has In effect cennud to be a country She Is now considered from tin politicalI I and mill fury p lnt of view a city though n city with vary hirae park Jill picas nuiiccs nnd Uilclicn gtrdcifl In which to grow IIIT II aworn fruits awl vege tables A city from tin point of view I I Iof war may he diwrlbtnl ns n place I mustIJfRIlnot be tvplculMliwI Itrittilii unsworn L this description The moment the 10II roads to her are closed by an enemy she IIs Visit fiicto In n state of slujc Face to face with a need to imminent It would1 Itt iiinilmwi rot im to give any coimldirntluii to what we hope or believe are the intentions of this or that foreign power All that we can rightly do III considering how to secure our nntlomil safety and Independence is to count ships and guns laid to com vIlute the Spectator units of navel ctliclency A SlmotliiR Jiillery Secret Do you see tills glass hall said the shooting gallery inuii It was a ball of hollow glass un airy glass soup bubble thut bud swung ell season ate the end of a thread In the foreground of the elny pipes bolls cud what not that had miule up the gallerys targets This glass bull the man wont on IIs e my groat money maker All season long people tried to hit this ballIt was bigger cud nearer than any other target and everybody fulled Thou sands of bullets were fired at the ball thousands of nickels were spent on It yet here It Is still untouched my best breadwinner All wise shooting g- alIlery men have a glass ball like this It such a tempting target yet It Is hit It Is never hit because the air that precedes a gun charge Is suf ficient to blow the ball aside out of the way You might fire a hundred shots at It but llko a living thing like a timid soldier for Instance It would dodge each shot protect the little ones and for the and satisfaction of mothers of each bottle of that won childrens remedy CASOASWEET been placed on every labelCASCA Is d harmless compound of vege extracts that is wonderful in its effects on the stomachs of ba and children Recommended and by All Druggist LToI iHARDINSBURG General Round Up of the News at the Connty Seat Mh Blanche Read has returned home tor a visit of several weeks with rola i ives in Louisville George Baker of St Louis was here Sunday the guest of his parents Dr and Mrs J T Baker Quarterly court last Monday Harry Hoben who has been ill with typhoid feveria convalescent Mrs D C Moorman and Miss Mildred Moorman ofGlendeane wore the guests of Col and Mrs D R Murray last week Wm R Bowman has purchased the Durham farm which lies two miles north of town Mrs Herbert M Board who is ill with typhoid fever is convalescent Judge Henry DeH Moorman was a visitor in Louisville Saturday and Sun dayCP Edmunds and Roy E Moor man were the guests of friends in Clo vorport Sunday Mrs William G Haswell is the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo W McCubbins atStephensportThere a meeting of the directors of The Breckenridge Fair Association held at one oclock p m on Satur day December 1 next Every director is urged to attend John W Squires has commenced the erection of a dwelling on his lot on Fourth street Dr M Compton is conducting a series of meetings at the Baptist church The services commenced last Sunday The Doctor was formerly the pastor of the First Baptist church at Owensboro but is now an evangelist He is having Urge attentive audiences and is preaching excellent and logical sermons The Rev Everett English is the pastor of the church Miss ROM Lou Ditto who is teaching near Stephetwport spent Sunday at her home here The Robinson Amusement Company were here Pout days of last week and gave a street fair Their shows were I good and large crowds attended No gambling was allowed or permitted and the members of the company conducted themselves well Fully five hundred people were brought to town Saturday afternoon on account of the carnival They are at Brandenburg this week ISHO of 1i Ilonijnoon Flulsbtil your honeymoon yet I dout know I have never boon nble to determine the exact moaning ol the wor t honeymoon Well then hAs your wife commenc ed to do the cooking yeUIIOllston Post Folly often trMs hoyoml her bounds but impudence knows noiu1 Hen Jon Son SUffERED AGONIES fOR fOUR HARS I Whole Foot Nothing But Proud Flesh Tried Different Physicians and All Kinds of Ointments Could Walk Only With CrutchesOhio- Man Says I U CUTICURA REMEDIES THE BEST ON EARTH I the myrighttoe down to the heel and the physician teho had charge olmo- WU8 trying to sew up the side of my foot but with no success When he found out that wouldnt work he began trying to heal the wound with all kinds of ointment until at last my whole foot and way up above my calf was proudflesh told agonies for four years and tried dilTerentphysicims and all kinds of ointments I could walk only with crutches It is sixteen months ago since I began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment for my limb and foot Tho first two months the Cuticura Remedies didnot seem to work but I kept on using them both In two weeks afterwards 1 saw a change In my limb Then I began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment often during the day and kept it up for seven upjustIt is eight months now since I stopped using Cuticura Remedies tho best on God s earth I am working at the present day after five Fears of suffering The cost of Cuticura Ointment and Soap was only 86 but the doctors bills were more liko 600 You can publish my name and refer any ono to write to mo about Cuticura Remedies I will answer all letters if postage is enclosed John M Lloyd 718 S Arch Ave Alliance Ohio Juno 27 1005 everyhumoreonilitlnf of Cuticura Soap Me Ointment Me JUtol ventbOc In form of Chocolate Coated Fllli 23c per rial of 60 my be had of all drunliti A lnglet often cure Potter Drur r Chem Corp bole Prop llotton wauiled fret It plow to Curt Skin rod Ulort Humor I CLOVERPORTT- he I ndustries She Now Harbors and the Induce ments Offered To Capital in Many Lines Written for Uusloess Magazine by J C Nolte Secy Cloverport Com Club L LOVERPORT is the largest town in Breckenridge county is on the Ohio s river and is seventyfour miles Southwest from Louisville has a popula tion of about 2000 and has many beautiful residences and good highcultured society Its inhabitants are a moral and lawabiding people Cloverport has four fine churches Methodist Baptist Presbyterian and Catholic The educa tional facilities are excellent Two good banks afford a low rate of interest Cloverport has the machine shops of the L H St L R Rt Cloverport Foundry Machine Co branch of the Polk Canning Co of Greenwood Ind The Murray Roof Tile Co the Miller Brick Tile Co Cloverport Ice Cok a planing saw and flour mill the Breckenridge News with 2200 circulation and an uptodate job office A short distance from Cloverport is one of the finest health resorts in the worlda place of ideal beauty and grandeurThe Tar and White Sulphur Springs Its medical virtues received a national reputation through the influ ence of Audobon the great naturalist It is unexcelled in disorders of the lungs kidneys and stomach and to cure skin eruptions Cloverport has an inexhaustible supply of the best quality of shale for roof ing tile and vitrified brick also clays of many sorts sand stone lime stone plate glass sand sienna and mineral woodfiller We afford cheaper factory sites than any other town in the United States of equal size Here is the natural gas field which extends along the south bank of the Ohio river For many years we have been making use of natural gas for fuel and light The prospect for oil in the immediate vicinity is as good and boring is expected to beginin the near future Coal is also found in abundance around here and can be furnished at a much lower rate than can be had in the large cities The coal is of excellent quality for all kinds of fuel A systematic working of the mines would produce a large supply of superior soft coal at comparatively small cost The merchants in all branches carry large assortments of goods and can supply all the daily necessities The railroad and boat transportation rates are reduced to a minimum and shippers could not complain on that score Being a healthful city Cloverport would be a good place for a sanitarium Cloverport needs a steam laundry a hub and spoke mill or any kind of machinery to work up raw timber into finished product A tobacco factory would do well here EASTMAN JOHNSON ITe Wnn Once Invited to tie Court Inlntcr at The llngne Holland the country above all oth ers to which nrt owes gratitude for the creation and maintenance of sane tra ditions of painting rendered a signal service to American art in the middle of the last century in the solid tech nical training which It gave to East man Johnson The education of our earlier painters I hall boon various When the nineteenth century was ncnrlug Its middle period there was a general exodus of students to Dusseldorf and it was to pursue his studies thorp tint In 149 Eastman Johnson took ship for Europe The vessel on which Johnson sailed bound for Antwerp was detained at Flushing anti It Is to be regretted that no written record has been made of the story which Johnson delighted to tell anti told so well of how he and his comrade Gcorgo Henry Hall who survives him impatient young pilgrims desiring to plunge at once Into the promised land of nrt left the vessel and Ignorant of the language and customs of the country trudged on foot along the river Scheldt toward their goalI On their way each step revealed to their new world eyes some detail filled with romance and promise until utter nightfall they found themselves before the closed gates of the city of Ant werp which was then n walled town I obedient to the old custom of curfew After an amusing parley In conflict tag tongues the capital of Flemish art received them kindly and hencefor ward the art of Flanders and Ilollnnd 1I11l1p1peAlPussoUlorf was comparatively brief and Its lessons bad little or no visible effect on his lifework Ills earlier student stage passed he settled at The Vague where his suc cess was so marked that when after nn absence of long duration ho determln ed to return to the United States his patriotic purpose was carried out In the face of a temptation to accept the formal proffer of the position of court painter at The Hague Scribners The Will For the Deed After Miss Lavlnla Cobb who had called In her nephew Frederic Cobb attorney at law to draw her will had made bequests to beloved relatlvesand friends and to unknown Individuals whom she admired and had remem bered her pet charities she began on religious Institutions Xow theres the First Baptist she said enthusiastically I dont want to leave anything to the ditch proper because It Is the richest In own But I want you to put down 150 for Mr DIckuell as a slight recognition of his casual servlcp to my soul And But aunty began the lawyer nephew who had long been striving to speakWhats wrong now Freddy demanded Miss Lavlnla Isnt casual service all right It is precisely what I mean I am a member of Mr Mar vins church nnd I shall remember him handsomely laterbut Mr Blck nells sermons havo done me much good and I have heard him well perhaps ten times In all so I think cas ual service just expresses It But It you think It doesnt or that It would make trouble put down the legal equiv alent lea not tho phraseology aunty but your estate You havent sufficient property to make so many and such large gifts Oh I know that as well aa you do Miss Lavinia said with gentlo impa tience I Just want to show all my friends how I feel toward thorn You neednt look so so Judicial Freddy Its my will not yours Youths Com panion Mary Anderaona Voice Miss Andersons voice was always her predominant charm Certain tones In itso thrilling so full of wild pas sion and inexpressible melancholy went straight to the heart and brought tears Into the eyes The voice Is the exponent of the soul You can paint your face you can pad your person you can wear a wig you can walk In shoes that augment your height you can in various ways change your body but your voice will sooner or later rev veal you as you arc Just as the style of the writer discloses his character so the quality of the voice discloses the actors nature It seems Unlikely that Miss Andersons melting tragic tones were uttered in any of her girl ish Impartments but tho copious lovely voice was there and It gained her first victory William Winter In Saturday Evening Post- Ilutlnlrtg all Excrclne The fact that a person is capable of doing the best running and speed walking before the thirtieth year need not lead those who have passed the third decade to think that they are on the down grade of life says an author ity These exercises call for elasticity of the arteries and that lessens soon after the thirtieth year but powers of endurance Increase In the well pre served man or woman up to fifty or flftyflve or even later Soldiers of fit ty are like leather and can perform feats of endurance that would kill the stripling and the same is true of I women nine Eyes Tint the color of the eyes should affect their strength may seem strange yet that such Is the case need not at this time of day be doubted and those whose eyes are brown or dark colored should be Informed that they are weaker and more susceptible to In Jury from various causes than gray or blue eyes Light blue eyes are gen erally the most powerful and next to those are gray The lighter the pupil the greater and longer continued is the degree of tension the eye can sus tale A Bmve Singer I tell you said one man to another as they emerged from the dimly light ed corridor of a concert hall I envy that fellow who was singing Envy him echoed the other Well If I were going to envy a singer Id select somebody with a better voice His was about the poorest I ever hoard Its not his voice I envy man was the reply Its his tremendous cour age Hopkinsville Ky June 71001 This is to certify that I was troubled with kidney and bladder diseases for three years and found nothing to relieve me until I 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