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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWStV ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT- a I1 VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 8 Pates ISO 18 III I FELL INTO WELL 1 M iill Freeman Sustains Pain t ful Injuries in a Fall 1 ft Mr M M Freeman sustained pain- fulJ injuries on last Saturday at his Ij home near town by being precipitated into a well i A well had just been dug on his place near a barn and had been W1 covered up with boards Mr Freeman EL in carrying fodder to the stock came frT in too close contact with the hole and K itcaved inletting him fall to a depth of R several feet He was rendered uncon B scious and for several hours lay in the m fr regainingeQnsciousness iFand made his way to the house His if family had missed him and went in search not thinking of the probability of his falling into the well and did not know of the accident until he returned h Q to the house a fijjj Mr Freeman was badly bruised in 0several places about the body and was j confined to his room for several davs St f It is considered a miracle that he was Isnot instantly killed in the fall d V ii Dislocated Her Shoulder d 1 e Mrs Anna Newman suffered severe h Injury at the home of Capt J H Row land on Monday morning She at tempted to rise from a chair in which 1she was sitting and lost her balance falling to the floor and dislocating her shoulder A physician was summoned and reset the injured member and the patient is doing as well as could be expected Mrs Newmanis sisterinlaw of Captain Rowlands and has been making her home with him for severalI weeks- I I BUNNY TURNS TIlE TABLES I Ed Gregory Has Rabbit That Makes fAll Dogs In Its Neighborhood ti l Hideout A rabbit belonging to Mr Ed Gregory has started a now order of things in its 1 1neighborhood and as a result the ca nine family thereabouts has been doing some tall running with bunny at their heels The rabbit which was sent here by some friends in the Apalachian moun tains has an aversion to dogs in a man ner most unusual It is larger than the ordinary rabbit and whenever a dog comes near it bunny hops upon him and begins to give him a severe licking inflicting painful bites on the object of its dislike Usually the dog is so taken back at the turn of affairs that it makes a hasty retreat and the small curs in the neighborhood have learned to take a sneak home through the back alley rather than risk a meeting with bunny DIPHTHERIA CHECKED Primary Departments of School Reopened Monday The primary and intermediate de partment of the Cloverport Graded school which were closed last week on account of prevalence of diphtheria in the city reopened Monday morning with a good attendance GOODBYE MR QUAIL Local Sportsmen Preparing For An onslaught On The Bird Tribe Tomorrow seasonIthroughout the country are making ready for the big slaughter of the bird familyHunters are anticipating a large time this season as birds are unusually plentifulSome farms in the country have been posted against hunting and the man with the gun should be care ful not to intrude upon this forbidden ground else he will find more trouble than birds Mr and Mrs A R Conner and daughter Miss Madeline of Corydon Ind are visiting Mr J T Conner at Rome Ind Mr A R Conner was here Saturday on business l Lj FITRITEI CLOTHES Clothes may not make a man but they have a whole lot to do with it The best dressers recognize this fact and are dress ing accordingly Fitrito Clothes are made to meet every requirement of tho modern dresser Thoy have the proper fit and hang longerBfTi J1 hey lead in style and quality and are the J priceIF I you upfor the winter in i a suit of Fitrite clothes Ji I r LARGE FALL TRADE Cloverport Merchants Report Good Business the Past Few Days The merchants of Cloverport are do I ing an unusually large business at present Farmers have been coming to town in large numbers in the past few days and are spending their money liberally with the business men of Clo verportNo class of people can be found who are more liberal withtheir money than the farmers and when they are prosperous money circulates freely as has been evidenced in Cloverport the last few days The merchants of this city have an ticipated an unusually large trade this fall and have laid in a large supply of goods STEPHENSPORT Rev Roberts filled his appointment here Sunday Arthur Blaine and wife of St Louis are guests of his mother Mrs E A Blaine and other relatives Mrs Brook Stephens Mrs Amelia Minary of Louisville were guests of Mrs L B Helm last week Mrs Mollie Adkisson Miss Bettie Allen were in Cloverport last week of EOutingE there was not a very large crowd atten ded the oyster supper however they did realwell The Ladies Aid of the M1 E church have put a new cooking stove in the i I parsonage and a new matting and did I some other work which is very com plimentary to them and very appreciative with our pastor and wifeIf our other sis ters would lend a helping hand we could have our parsonage in a shape that we need not be ashamedof Mrs Sallie Bennett is improving CloCrport1isI Mrs Jane Brooks has returned home In our i are are in the 1 and are and are tho C is we in a m of the of are it to the use so 11 is its on be to eat it in is of from Mt Yernon Ind is hi Charles Tineus met with a very ful last week in some fell and his foot Mwritt of Tell city was in town The new fence the M1 E iis i uite iin inii that i Murry A to every of in our into the of the of and to do this in haste we MENS mens lino iSUa elegantOvercoat Qolatest SUITS Our Suits beauties Thoy made newest styles and 08theMENS HATS Our mens hats for the fall winter swell most popular 98patterns AND The season for Rubbers and Arctic hero and huvo laid bidsup plyof thorn Wo have this line for men women and children on are in to of is to do is to in of do are of be we if of of Shapinsky BrosThe You SHOULD Know ALUMS WORST WORK Some Mothers unconscious injurious effects Alum daily giving their Children by pf socalled Cheap Powder Mother would do she only knew Worst Work early harmful influence the childs digestive organs Positively Never should Children of years required their food Secure your Children against Alum ifll their food AVOID ALU- MSajplceizlp BAKINGICUTALpowDEi ROYAL made from Pure Refined Grape TartarAids Digestion Little Henry Nevitt visiting pain accident handling timber which crushed Vester Saturday around church mvment some more work of the Aid R S is in last to and Mrs and IIenderIt FLL AND WINTER GOODS AT OUR STORE MUST GET QUICK MOVE ON THEMSELVES lifE have determined put piece goods house homes people Breckenridge county possible have sacrificed OVERCOATS Overcoats CHILDRENS Childrens RUBBERS ARCTICS everything Baking What Alums tender Cream Brandenburg profits everything We sincere our declaration get the bulk Breckenridge countys trade There but one way this and that put our goods the homes the people To this two things essential The quality our goods must the best and our prices the lowest That have done this you can easily tell you will examine our goods and get our prices Have you ever before heard fall and l winter goods being Big Ladies Skillmans grandson visiting hereMiss Hartley visited Hardins burg week Come Cloverport- Mr James Penner all BOYS OVERCOATS Boys Overcoats Does your boy need one We have them in all the 75nil1 LADIES CLOAKS Those who have seen our line of la dies cloaks are praising them We 988tyles MENS SHOES Mens Shoes as long as they last at 115 Wo have a leader in shoes in all leathers and styles andat all prices from 125 UNDERWEAR priceEorybodv priceisfered at such a reduction in price just at the beginning of the season You know they are now Read the prices given in this advertisement and see if they are not convincers Everything in our store is being sold at correspondingly low prices Come and see about it Cloverport their home Miss Margaret Penner of Henderson will come with them Mr Penner is a wallknown engineer on the Henderson Route George Windelkin leaves today for Nashville Tenn after a short visit to his parent He was the guest of Miss Eva Payne at Irvington yesterday tFERS I I LEADING MEDIUM PRICED SHOE SHOES Wo wish to impress upon you the fact that we are carrying the best lino of shoes over brought to Breckenridge county Here are the special lbrands we are carrying in stock this season- HamiltonBrown Shoes Freidman Bros Shoes Thos Brigs Cos celebrated make of Shoes Fvorybody knows these shoes They are the best sellers because they are the best wears they are theyhaveHighest in quality lowest in price is our Shoo motto as well as in all other lines mlJ12N5uPICNIC S ILACEI I fan 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM NOVEMBER 14 1906 Catarrh I I I I I Is a constitutional disease ji originating in impure blood j and requiring constitutional treatment acting and purifying the blood fo its land permanent cure Be sure to take HoodsSarsaparillaNa- sal and otherlocal forms of catarrh are quickly relieved by Catarrlets which allay inflammation and deodorize dischargeHoods Sarsaparilla all druggists 1 Catarrlets mail order only 50 cts For testimonials of remarkable cures Send for our Book on Catarrh No 4 G L Hood Co Lowell Mass PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTIIAAl Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinshurg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attendance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDlNS8URO KY thiCourts Stiescolectingroadcasesp rrveilaank Courts Office OflIardinssburg Irrntdt worlds control etlIIlorIItIIf doing certain tilings In a certain way grows from beginnings so small as to be sonrcely noticeable until It a chain that can scarcely be hbroken wronsrexuding toaster could not be found Brookton Times 11111 Sorrow Maud newly married You look very melancholy George Are you sorry you married me George No dear of course not I was only thinking of all the nice glrln 1 cant marry Maud I Oh George how horrid of you I thought you eared for nobody but me George Neither do I I wasnt think ing of myself but of the disappoint ment for them Ilnpplne Things are so arranged In this world that happiness as a profession must ewer be a failure It cannot be found by seeking It It Is a reflex action It Is Incidental a product which comes from doing noble things It is Impos slhle for a person to be really happy by making pleasure a profession Sue cess Magazine Some of Them Do The master hall been giving a class of youngsters some Ideas of adages and how to make them Presently be said Birds of a feather do what Lny eggs piped a small boy beforeI anybody else had a chance to speak The Irnillnsf Port Twynn I hour that Skldmorc has led the Widow Weeds to the altar Trip letThat Is what It Is called for polite ness sane but from my post of ob servation It looked as though the wit ow were n neck almond of him all theJJ way up tne nhdcIt Need a good cathartic A pill is best ay a pill like DeWitts Little EarlyII Risers About the most reliable on market Sold by All Drug istscc A Faroe Reformer The people of the Fame Islands cling to their old customs and see little good In change says the author of The Faroes and Iceland but now and then ono of them becomes a conservative reformer Such was au old man of Stromo who In his youth had learned cablnetmaklng In Copenhagen then had been n blacksmith In New South Wales rued Inter a marine In the Dan ish navy during the SleswIckIIolsteln war Having thus traveled far beyond the wildest dreams of his countrymen he returned while still a comparatively young man to Stromo and Invested his savings In a home Conservative though he appeared to outlanders to the Islanders he was a reckless innovator lie roofed his house with slate Instead of with the traditional turf but could find none to follow his example They shook their heads In doubt Up argued vainly with them against the habit of throwing fish cleanings Into the brook and getting drinking water lower down The only advice they would accept from him and that after long hesitation was to boll their fish oil outdoors Instead of In the 1lb ring room limit when this tor ribk innovator heard from a visitor that women rode bicycles In England he was so astonished that he asserted confidently that the world could not last much longer Made Happy for Life Great happiness cane into the home of S 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 Vitua 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 ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE coKiAimoHONEY AND TAR 1 A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth 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Shoes Shoes I We have just received a complete line of the famous 1 Peters Diamond Brand Shoes Giesecke Key Brand IShoes and Hinkle Solid Rock Shoes Our pricjs are right and every shoe guaranteed to give good wear and perfect 1satisfaction We know we have the best line of shoes in town and will prove it you if you will give us a chanceII Qjeeisware 1 s Cups Saucers Bowls Plates I IItlthese dishes must go IICaps Underwear Shirts Gloves Hosiery Hardware IFurniture Harness and Cutlery fIJ IQWI GROCERIES II CHEAPII CHEAPi I RM JOLLY SONS bI OF- CLOVERPORT StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor department fIFall ito Pitchers eKENTUCKYe i I BUG DrAMUND BRDD ffl FOGGY LONDON One of our largest recent ship SHOES ments was to a big firm in London Eng We are one of the few American shoe manufac turers maintaining European traveling sales menDiamond sellersbecausewanted again The styles are correct the workmanship and fit ideal and they wear uSIweClJ JJiI JWE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE INTHt WEST A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER FOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY We have been successful in closing a special contract with TIlE CONSOLIDATED FOUNTAIN PUN Co of guaranteedSOLID The Celtric Model I To every subscrber old or new who sends us a years subscription and fifty cents additional The Celtrlc Model 1 compares favorably with beforwudedA Description of the Pen The pen Is solid gold Ilk Ono the stock of which Is made of the best quality of hurd rubber and fitted In tour parts the pen points Bro perfectly dtted with Iridium and the 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 The Egyptians used a split reed our grandfathers penDutA Fountain Pen thatdoesBears the manufacturers guarantee that the pen IU solid GOLD Uk fine If it dots 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 nn 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 Sixty Days Only The Breckenridge News Ctoverport Ky SSIeS SS S SSS rtft ee- 2000 ROUND TRIPx yFromTAMPA PUNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida Via the RailwayAnd NOVEMBER 20th 1906 tt Also Low Homeseokcrs Rites on November 6th and 20th to points in Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina Misr TerritoryOldanomaclass allowing liberal stopovers in each direction and good re turning within thirty days For illustrated literature and complete information call on or address i I C H HUNGERFORD tDistrict Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY II- A R COOK City Pass Ticket Agt LOUISVILLE KYtJ C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS 4ffj1i111 ic j The News 1 year1 dollar t ll THE BRECKENR10QE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM NOVEMBER 14 1906 3 HUGHES IS VICTORIOUS He Wins Over Hearst by al Safe Plurality END OF A MEMORABLE CONTEST Democratic Candidate Sweeps the Cjtfes but Is Overcome by the Rurali Vote Results In Massachusetts Pennsylvania Indiana Kentucky Illinois and Elsewhere Washington Nov 7A survey o the stato elections Tuesday shows that the old states maintain their usual position In the political column and that of the new states Arizona will be Republican and Oklahoma Demo cratic Generally speaking there were no great surprises anywhere In the south the emocratlc state and gressional tickets havo been electe- by l the usual majorities In the west and east tho states that were alignedI two years ago In the Democratic or Republican columns show no materialI change the Democrats making gainsI in somo instances and tho Republicans in others Tho Republicans retainI control of congress by a good ma jorityMichigan Iowa New Hampshire North Dakota Connecticut Minnesotap Indiana and Wisconsin have rolled up Republican pluralities although there was some falling off from the usual vote In Iowa- Nebraska shows big Republican gains Ohio also shows Republican gains over the Pattison vote of last year The Republicans have a plu rality of 75000 In the state The Republicans carried Utah Wy oming and Washington and seem to have lost Nevada whine both parties are claiming Colorado Montana seems to have been car Tied by the Republicans and Texas takes Its usual place In the Democratic column In Rhode Island James H Higgins Dem elected governor- Massachusetts has reelected Curtis Guild Rep as governor over Dis trict Attorney John B Moran of Boston who was the candidate of the Democratic party the Independence league and the Prohibitionists In Chicago it Is estimated that the Independence league ticket polled 40 000 but there was a Republican plu rality for the state officers The constitution of the new state of Oklahoma will be written by Demo crats The Indians voted the Democratic ticket almost solidly Oklahoma also went strongly Democratic In choosing delegates to the constitu tional convention Governor Hoch Is reelected In Kan sas by a slightly reduced majority The result In Missouri was in doubt at a lato hour tho Democrats expect ing to gain some of tho congressional districts they lost two years ago Arizona has refused Joint statehood with New Mexico and that the state constitution of Oklahoma will be writ ten by Democrats Congressman Nicholas Longworth was reelected in Cincinnati Congressman J W Wadsworth for many years chairman of the house committee on agriculture at Washing ton was defeated In the Thirtyfourth New York district- Congressman Babcock of Wiscon sin formerly chairman of the Republican I congressional committee failed of election Representative Dalzell of Pitts burg whose struggle for reelection at tracted national attention was as sured of his election comparatively early In the evening Speaker Joseph G Cannon of tho Eighteenth Illinois district was elected to congress for the seventeenth time his majority remaining where It has been for years at approximately 15000 Mr Cannon began his con gresslonal service In tine Fortythird congress and has been In congress continuously since with the exception of the Fiftysecond congress Perhaps the widest General interest In the election centered in the remark able fight for governor which was waged In New York state between Charles E Hughes the Republican 3 candidate who throughout the cam paign has had the support of President Roosevelt and William Randolph Hearst who has been running as the regular Democratic and Independence League nominee The latest returns available show that Mr Hughes while losing nearly all of the principal cities of the state was successful by about 60000 plurality The rural districts brought about the Republican victory In New York city the Tammany In dependence league Judiciary ticket was successful with possibly one ex ception over the candidates named by nonpartisan Judiciary nominators KENTUCKY Louisville Ky Nov 7Returns Indicate that the only change In the Kentucky delegation to congress will be In the Third district where tho Republicans have apparently elected A D James over Congressman James M Richardson This with tho two they already hold gives eight Demo cratic and thrco Republican congress men The returns from the Demo cratic primary came IIn slowly and the voto In onefourth of the 119 counties heard from Indicate the nomination of James B McCreary tho incumbent for United States senator over Governor J C W Beckham by a major governorVship the race Is very close Samuel W Hager having only a slight lead over N B Hays nnd It will probably take another day to determine the re w- j f LL f fult The probable makeup of the rest of the ticket is as follows Lieu tenant governor South Trimble torney general John K Hendrick atI perintendent of public instruction M 0 Winfrey secretary of state Hubert Vreeland auditor Henry M floe worth treasurer Ruby M Lnffoon commissioner of agriculture in doubt PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Nov 7The most ex citing campaign In Pennsylvania In 25 years ended In a triumph for Edwin S Stuart Rep for over Lewis Emery Jr Democrat an Lincoln party candidate by a plurality that the Republican leaders claim willI contesffor governor and other state officers the chief interest centered In the bat tle In Philadelphia for district attor ney and in a few of the congressional districts Members of the house of representatives and county officers were elected In every county and state senators were chosen in 25 of RotanlRep was elected district attorney IIn hldclaim will exceed 40000 de eating D Clarence Olbbony who the support of the reform forces an the Democrats The Incoming legisla ture will be strongly Republican although not so overwhelmingly to that party as two years ago OKLAHOMA Guthrie Okla Nov 7The constitution of tb new state of Oklahoma will be wr en by Democrats Vernon Whiting secretary of the Okla homa Rept scan central committee concedes the Democrats the three del egates while Chalrmap Jesse Dunn of the Democratic committee says ther I will be at least 78 Democratic dele gates on the floor of the convention Republican managers admit that Ok lahoma proved a great disappoint ment The unknown quantity of the Indian Territory was a practical con cession to the Democrats but nine Oklahoma districts counted on by the Republican loaders were carried by the opposition The Osage nation elected two Democrats The Indians as a general rule voted the Democratic ticket INDIANA Indianapolis Ind Nov 7Repub licans have elected their entire state ticket in Indiana by an estimated ma jority of between 40000 and 50000 The next legislature will be Repub lican Republicans have elected six congressmen in the First Sixth Seventh Ninth Tenth and Thirteent- districts The Democrats have elect ed two In the Third and Fourth die tricts Republican State Chairman Goodrich claims the election of Fredt Landis in the Eleventh Democratic Chairman OBrien claims the election of Morr In the Twelfth and Adair In the Eighth Returns from tho Second and Fifth districts are not sufficient to justify an accurate estimate as to the result MINNESOTA- St Paul Than Now 7 Governor Johnson was reelected governor of Minnesota over A L Cole Rep by a majority of at least 30000 Frank Day chairman of the Democratic state central committee claims Johnsons election by 40000 This majority for a Democratic candidate Is unprecedented In Minnesota Four years ago Van Sant Rep was elected governor by a majority of 50000 When the complete returns nrg in it would not be surprising Judging from those already in if Van Snnts majority wouIU bo- benton by JohnsonKANSAS Topeka Kan Nov STho re election of Governor E W Hoch Rop seems reasonably certain although the Democratic committee still claims the state for Harris by a plurality of 3300 According to figures received by the Republican committee 97 counties out of 105 give Hoch a plurality of 4150 The Democats claim that their figures on the same counties give Har rte a plurality of nearly 2000 The eight counties out are in the western part of the state The Republican figures are partially confirmed by spe clal press dispatches COLORADO Denver Col Nov 8 Sufficient re turns have been received to make cer tail the election of the entire Repub lican state ticket and of 60 to 70 of tho 100 members of the legislature Insuring the election of a Republican to succeed United States Senator Pat terson On revised returns Republi can pluralities In Denver appear to bo about 10000 and In the state 15000 to 20000 MISSOURI St Louis Nov aNearly complete returns from all counties give tho Democrats a plurality of 7640 electing all candidates on the state ticket arid 12 out of tho 16 congressmen The Republicans elected congressmen In Kansas City and St Louis but lost all the districts in the state that were swept into the Republican ranks two years ago RHODE ISLAND Providence R I Nov 8James- H Higgins Dem for governor has a plurality of 1238 over Governor George H Utter Rep The Repub licans elected tho other members of their ticket The defeat of Governor Utter is attributed in part to his at tacks on Brayton the Republican leader The legislature is Republican WEST VIRGINIA Wheeling W Va Nov 7ParUal returns show the probable success of all five of the Republican congressional nominees The legislature vlll be Republican with the present joint ballot l majority of 67 insuring the re election of Senator Elkins I THE RESULT IN OHIO Dick Claims Republican Ticket Won by Big Margin RETURNS WERE SLOW COMING IN Delegation In the Lower House of RepubrDemocratsThedRepubllcanTaylorWon at Columbus 8Consideringtthat the state ticket this year was small having only four offices to fill the semiofficial returns are somewhat tardily reported Based on reports received so far Chairman Dick reiterated his claim of a plurality of 75000 for Cant Thompson Republican candidate for secretary of state although the com mittee had received complete returns from only 59 out of the 88 counties when he made the statement receiveddfrom 50 counties and mates from the other 38 counties of Ohio give Carml A Thompson Rep ofr46788 over Samuel A Hoskins Dem The remainder of the state Republican ticket was elected probe ably with a still larger margin The gain of three congressmen Is the net profit of the Democrats in the general results in Ohio They are T T Ansberry In the Fifth district MD Denver in the Sixth General I R Ashebrook in the Seventeenth Although Sherwood ran as an independent in the Ninth district he Is one of the old Democratic war horses of Ohio These three with M E Touvelle in the Fourth will give the Democrats four Ohio congressmen Instead of only lone as at present Chairman Garber of the Democratic state committee does not dispute Chairman Dicks figures but he Is claiming the election of five out of the 21 congressmen in the state the late returns indicating a plurality of 48 for Sherwood the Independent Democratic candidate in the Ninth district Chairman Dick refuses to concede Sherwoods election saying that with the result so small It will require the official canvass of tho vote to determine it Demoh crats claimed to have carried Cuya hoga and Hamilton counties were rev versed by the more accurate reports received since The Republicans made a clean sweep In Hamilton county and carried Cuyahoga county for the head of the state ticket by 375 The Democrats won on their county ticket In Cuvahoga except Baehr for recorder M Glory Democratic can didate for sheriff having a majority of C1GO over his opponent Franklin county elected the Repub lican local tket by majorities all the way from 2JO to 4400 The Twelfth congressional district which consists of Franklin county alone reelected Congressman E L Taylor by 6350 over Col W A Taylor Dem the wellknown newspaper man Roturns so far vivo no accurate Idea of the comparative strength of the minor parties Nicholas Longworth was reelected to congress by over 5000 plurality in the First congressional district Her man bebel against whom a iparticu larly bitter contest was made was roelarted by from 1500 to 2000 Based on the latest returns the fol lowing were elected to congress from Ohio 1 Nicholas Longworth n 2 Herman P Goebel R 3 John Eugeno Harding R 4 William E Touvollo D 6t Timothy T Ansborry D Ii5 Matthew R Denver D 7 J Warren Kelfer R 5 Ralph D Cole R 1 9 Isaac R Sherwood D 10 Henry T Bunnon R 11 Albert Douglas R 12 Edward L Taylor R 13 Grant E Mouser R In doubt 14 Jay F Laning R 15 Beman G Dawes R 16 Capell L Weems R 17 William A Ashbrook D 18 James Kennedy R 19 W Aubrey Thomas R 20 In doubt 21 Theodore E Burton R Reelected Kinkade Lost Out Toledo 0 Nov 8judge Kinkade who tried and sentenced the Ice dealers the Independent candidate for cir cult judge running on an nnltrust platform received a plurality of al most 7000 In Toledo but was snowed under by the heavy party vote fli tho Republican candidate In tho other counties in the judicial circuit ExGov Campbells Defeat Dayton 0 Nov 8 Revised figures show the election of Eugene Harding In the Third congresrlonal district a plurality of about 2000 over byI E Campbell tho Democratic I Harding carried the Soldiers home by 1826 Campbell receiving 470 votes Hamilton County Cincinnati 0 Nov 7Tho vote on the Republican judicial ticket fell be low that of the rest of tho Republican ticket but the indications a mid night were that the Republican judges were elected with the rest of the county ticket by abcut 750 votes Sherwoods Plurality Toledo 0 Nov 8 Unofficial returns of the Ninth congressional dis trictl give General L R Sherwood Inv dependent Democrat a plurality of 70 1I netng Gracefulness Is of course the highest object of the dance among all peoples but their conceptions of what consti tutes grace differ widely According to a student of dancing who has wit nessod tens of thousands of dances In all part of the world who has polio trated to the Interior of Africa and the desolate mountains of western China there are three dances that to his way of thinking are equal In beauty In grace and In the poetry of motion These are the dances of the Javanese Mohammedans especially the love dance In which only the younger women pHrtlcljmte the tarantella of Christian Italy and the butterlly dance of Japan That dancing loses In poetry In lire lu meaning as civilization In creases Is the belief of this student of the art The modern dances of civiliz ed nations especially as expounded on the stage are not only meaningless and lacking In the beauty of the original dance but actually degenerate nail merely physical contortions that while they tummy be rhythmic and graceful are as Insipid and as meaningless as the waddle of a duck Chicago Tribune When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean fever ishness and are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinc ed Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Drug Co- Locomotives Leap Rome N Y Nov 5A locomotive drawing a freight train on the Cen tral railroad Jumped the track here and plunged Into a saloon The engl neer Albert Drown of Little Falls was caught In the wreckage and scald ed to death A brakeman Robert B Vandervoort of Albany was crushed to death under the tender The fire man H L Grover of Syracuse es caped through the cab window unhurt CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th- aSignae c2cof THE MART ETB- CHICAGOCattleCommon to prime steers II OOffi 30 cows 2 nett 7V I heifers 12 8QCJ1I 38 bulls JI 40ft 15r stockers anti feeders ti 40er4 60 Shw p and Iumlm Sheep 4 00J 70 lam + Ji5 OOfTT 60 yearlings 6 OCf6 76 Calve I3 007 In Hogs Choice to prime heavy JS 3516 40 mmllum to gad heavy 6 211ft1 30 butcher weights J6 ni- Q6 40 good to choice mixed 6 lllti 615 packing I5 SIIff6 15 pigs J5 Of 6 no Wheat No 2 red 74 f5c ORtllNo 3SWO EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export cattle 15 SSfffi 00 shipping RiPer 4 7Sff6 2B butchers cattle U TTi C5 26 heifers J3 Oft T4 60 tat cow J3 00 T4 00 bnllH JS S04 2B milkers nml pprlnKfrs 30 OOJT60 00 Sheep and Thimbu Oixxl to choice yearling J8 6 25 wethers Ii SOfTO 00 mixed JS nilI 6 GO xprlliK iambs 14 B04J7 SO Cair meet 7 ill4lll 25 ilogaheavies tq 4l11 er6 BO mediums J8 4016 4S Yorkers JG 3i 76 40 pigs JU BO CLEVELAND Cattle Prim dryfed cattle 6 2SW8 80 choice heifers 3 001 4 00 tat unto 3 BOWS 78 bulls 2 i5ffr 3 28 mllkii and Hirlimors Sl5 00646 on Sheep and Lamb Choice limb Si n ft 7 16 w thm U 2605 50 mixed U 5- till 28 ewes H 78 C 4 90 Calvf7 SO down Hog Yorkers JS 30 mediums 6 36 heavies 6 IS pips 6 30 roughs 6 IOCS 68 stags II1 6f till PITTSBURG Cattle Choice Jg 601 E 80 prune U 3015 60 tidy butchers 4 SUJ 4 SO heifer J 250I 30OWII hullo and tngs l OOU 78 fresh cows Jtt 000M 00 Sheep and 1 Samba Mixed sheep 4 7SOS IB lamb tt 507 in Halve Veal 6 00S 00 HogsHeavy port I6 59 mediums and heavy Yorker 16 40C6 47H light Yorkers And pigs GADCINCINNATIWhlat No 2 ml 75tf 76c Corn No 2 mixed 4Sc OatsNor 2 mixed SRHr ItyeNor 2 66 HC 6SHr lardS9 0009 10 Itacon J10 2fi Hulk meatsJ9 1P4 Hogs JIS 36ftr 45 Cattle J 2 006 3C Sheep J2 25f4 50 Lambs U 00 T7 5- 0BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above 33414c X 313Jc No 1 OUt No2 3S10c flne un wnshcd 2S26c delaine washed 3514 6I 36c delnlne unwashed 2S29c Kentucky and Indiana combing iblood 33734c TOLEDO Wheat 76c corn 49o Oats I6l4c rye GCVjo cloverseed is 25 011 North Lima 90c South Lima and Inv diana 85o Rheumatism I have found a tried and tested cure lor RheuI matismI Not a remedy that will straighten tho distorted limbs ol chronic cripples nor turn bony growths buck to flesh again That Is Impossible But I ron now surely kill tho pains and pangs of this deplorable disease In Germany with a Chemist In tho City of- DarmstadtI found tho last ingredient vlth which Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy was made a perfected dependable proscription Without manyimanyj formly euros all curable cases of this heretofore much dreaded disease Those sandllko Granular wastes found In Rheumatic lllood seem todlssolva and pass away under the action of this remedy as freely as does sugar when added to pure water And then when dissolved these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and tho cause of Rheumatism Is gono forever There Is now no real need no actual excuse to suffer longer with out help We sell and in confldcnco recommend Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy SEVERS DRUG CO i WINCHESTER CARTRIDGES For Rifles Revolvers and Pistols Winchester cartridges in all calibers from 22 to 50 shoot where you aim when the trigger is pulled They are always accurate reliable and uniform Shoot Them and Youll Shoot Well Always Buy Winchester Make U H UJI Www u- I r AT THE I NEWS OFFICE IIWebsters International of additional Diction words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price 1900 Sanfords Premium Writing Fluid for fountain pens per pint 50 Writing and Copying Combined Fluid per pint 50 Sandfords Library Paste Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds and flortgages Memorandum Books School Supplies Business and Social Statfonery Honogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes IIPrinted and Engraved Business Cards Papers Magazines and Novels IIDaify Souvenir Post Cards I For Sale at the I t nJNEWSOFFICESeeing W I II- II been Doubtless raised EXCURSIONSII Territory Texas ami New Mexico Move you comparedl them results obtained tu your section Is your work where yon I bringing you adequate returns for the capital Investedl and withIIlnbr r expended If not a change would lie beneficial perhaps visit to the Southwest will open your eyes Out in Oklahoma last big land opening is soon to take place farms are still cheap in Western Akansas Northern Louiaiuna and the Gulf vnyIII of Texas Let us give you full information about these You literature will want to see them after you have examined our VERY LOW RATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP to South western points the First and Third Tuesdays of each month Geo II Lee General Pass Agt Rock Island Little Rock Ark J N Cornatzar Asst Gen Puss Act Frisco Memphis Tenn II I McGuiRK Dist Pass Agt ROCK ISLAND FRISCO CINCINNATI 01110 LINESII A n A W AV1IWJ11mi =C p SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making ao touch off your farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It lakes too inuh money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a lying on a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and a good share of what you raise In rent Wouldnt it be better to go were the price ol good land Is so little that you can own a big farm where every acre of the ground is work ing profitsThereSouthwest along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that ran be bought for from fj to 1 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 lust Interests lay In settling there The trip can be made tit very little expense On tin first and third Tuesdays of each month vou can purchase a round trip ticket to any point In the Southwest on or vlu tho Cotton Holt Route at very 1 Irates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you uro Interested Inl Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets ctck L C BARRY 1 P AI Cotton Belt Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky 1 S3 TiiTr4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 14 19106 nn- rrar Have You a Friend Then tell him about Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tell him how it cured your hard cough Tell him why you always keep it in the house Tell him to P ask his doctor about it Doc tors use a great deal of it for throat and lung troubles The beat kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years O Ayer Co Lowell KmnAlso m nuf oturcr of- SARSAPARILLA AMad ersHAIR PILLS VIGOR We have no secret We publish the formulas ofn our medicines Ono of Ayors Pills at bedtime will hasten recovery Cently laxative BRHCKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday I Subscription Price 100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged et the rate of 10 rents per line 311TABIES charged for at the vtte of 5 ll tot line Monej lu advance Examine the label on your paper If It 1Is cut correct please notify iis When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 Farmers are needing ruin badly for stripping tobacco IIrvington jis injoving a street 3Ftirthis week f Col Kmnst Kofoorison buys the machine was in tine shape lIst week and did some good work The Henderson Route is building a handsdine and uptodate Depot at Hardinsbnrg The citizens up there are very proud of it too a Tom Moore ought to let up on rfJudgeMercer There is no sense in pounding a man to death after It he is down Moorman Howard over at Glendeane have bought about 200 000 pounds of tobacco at SS 8 and 2 and 5 round They are adding 7 TTCHINGPAINfUL t ti SORES ON HANDS s r v Suffered for a Long Time Without Relief Had Three Doctors and Derived No BenefitOne Doctor Was Afraid to Touch Them tSorenessDisappeared and Hands Now Smooth After Application of CUTICURA SOAP AND CUTICURA OINTMENT V 4f5 For a long time I sufferedwith Boras on the hands which wero itching painful and disagreeable I had three doctors and derived no benefit from any of them Ono doctor said ho was afraid to touch my hands so you must know how bad they were an 7 other said I never could bo cured and r S j tho third said the sores wero caused by the dipping of my hands in water 7 in tthe dyehouse where I work I saw in the papers about tho wonderful ourutf of the Giiticura Remedies and procured some of the Cuticura Soap and Cuticum Ointment In threo days after tho application of tho Cuticura Ointment my hands began to peel and were better The sore noss disappeared and they are now smooth and clean and I am still working in the dye house II I stronglyl recommend Cuticura Soap and Cuticum Ointment to any ono with sore hinds and I hope that helpingMrs A E Muiircr 2310 State St Chicago Ill July 1 1005 MOTHERS MOTHERS I To know that n warm bath with Cuticura Soup and u single anointing with Cuticura tho great Skin Cure and purest and sweetest of emollients will afford instant relief and refreshing sleep to skintortured babies and rest for tired and wornout mothers Sold throughout the world form of RotptttjOInU s t Me MolrrntSOc dn Oiocolit Coiled d25e per tlsl of W lollIIn A Chem Corp Sole Props bogie Drs- els M BUn drilriindIfIf KetemauudNAnAbou- to d a largo addition to their warohous and expect to get busy as soon a it rains The only rooster tlmtshowed u any where in the state last week was in the columns of the News Ho was crowing for Col Ben Johnson the best Democrat of thou all I B F Beard Co say they are getting good results from their advertising in the News They use commonsense and brains in their talks to the people and when this combination is used in the publicity proposition it will bring results Charlie Dean sold a tine bunch I of cattle to Robertson Bros last week for export There were I forty Mead and said to be the finest lot of cattle that ever left Bracken I ridge county The Henderson Route is alwaysi i looking out for the comfort andI convenience of its patrons They arc now running a special Pullman i between Louisville and Evansville on their fast trains These coaches i are open at 830 P1 at Louis I ItoI A Oood Record I Out oi all the external remedies on the market we doubt if there is one that has the record of that wor1d renowne S 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 rehevingour pains and aches It is the remedy we all need when suffering from any form of ache pain resulting from taking cold or over strain Allcocks Plasters are sold by Drug gists in every part of tli ctvized world I A College Dedication Kingswood college and other buildings on the campus will be dedicated the fourth Sunday Nov 25th The Dedicatory sermon will be preached by Dr G A McLaughlin editor of the Christian Witness Chicago 111 He is one of the greatest preachers of the Holiness Movement north or south We bespeak for him A large crowd and feel sure if you hear him once you will want to hear him again He will preach at 11 oclock Sunday morning and at night Rev C F Wimberley and his excellent wife of Louisville Ky will give us some of their captivating heart stirring duets Bro Wimberley will preach Sunday afternoon The college will furnish some good music with all we will have a splendid bill of fare on Intellectual and religious lines We have decided to allow our local patrons and friends of the college to join us in a basket dinner to be served in the dining room of the boarding hall We sill thoroughly appreciate your presence and all who can conveniently do so to bring a well filled basket If the weather is disagreeable we have ample room to make the crowd comfortable We arc hoping and praying for a great lay Come one come all receive a cordial old time Kentucky welcome and give us a word of cheer in your midst J W Hughes and wife Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles aloneand it does the work surely and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold andrecommended by Severs thug Co- In Durant I T Ernest C Uabbage who travels for the Louisville Lead and Color Company- in the South spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs George Short Dr W G Short on Wednesday received a letter from his wife who is at the bedside of relatives in Glendeane Breckenridge county Kentucky where she was called by wire last week The afflicted are Miss Arrie Robinson and her brother Charles Robinson and xth are very low of typhoid fever Durant Statesment W S Sterrett of Hawesville manag ing editor of the Durant Statesman il doing a groat deal through the columns of the paper for the upbuild ing of Durant Good for everything a salve is used for and especially 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 Hawliee Hnrrls Miss Kate Hawhee and Mr Garfield Harris were married Sunday afternoon at the home of the brides at Millstone Ind Rev Joseph Jones performed th i wedding ceremony flaIffBilllllfB ItR i Get the Most I For Your I MlIRIR 1lEi IB f I Quality amounts to little unless the price is fair yet low prices are not bargains unless I quality is there We combine them and they are yours if you will take advantage of Ithe offerings we are making you this week in our general line of DRY GOODS I II 1 Dress Goods itOur line in these goods is complete in ev cry detail Plaid f I Browns and Reds per yardZSC I Shadow Plaids something newCyard II Hohairs per Black 60c to 1 per yard M Broad Cloths New Goods New Q1 AA a 50 in wide per yard p UU All the latest in a general line of DressI Goods in ranging from 25c tol yanllOur of Dress Trimmings Braids i 11Buttons Linings etc are of the latest 1 General Line of Notions and Novelties dOurstock in these goods is exceptionally tWgood and we invite you to see them I Ladies Neckwear in fancy and30eplaids1 15c to somethingr JZrnew 15c to 1P 4T 4T New ROUTE Trains 145 and 140 will carry np to date Pullman Sleeper BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND EVANSVILLE Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p m and patrons can re main in sleeper until 730 a UI We respectfully solicit your patronage- L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE KY COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nlpht Rates 1100 per day KemperClarkson Irvington Ky Nov 13Special One of the swelliest weddings of the season is that of Miss Lydia Ackley Clarkson of Big Spring and H H Kemper which will be solemnized on Tuesday Dec 18 at the home of the brides mother Mrs Julia Clarkson They will be at home to their many friends and relatives at Irvington after Dec 25 Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation Involving the removal of a malignant ulcer as large as my hand from my Daughters hip was 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 Delineators for December at the News OmceDecember magazines at the News Office DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the quickest relief from thore 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 Druggists t uI I IMJ II Styles prices u P Ladies Belts in cloth plaids and black in the kid white and black 25c to 50c each Ribbons a specialty all colors widths OCfromLadies Covered Dress Buttons something 25esizesPearl Buttons Line complete Variety unsurpassed Prices ranging from 5c to 75c per dozen New line of Dress Silks black and Taf fetta full 36 in wide something very la5oyardi 1 Complete line of Towels huck Turkish bath Linen bleached and unbleached Pure Linen Satin damask finish These goods can be furnished at prices running from 5c to 150 per pair 1rraA PdrlVe B F BEARD CO ServiceVIA HENDERSON Alle uu UARDINS BURG KENTUCKY u i III FREEI FREEI IISee I theGreatGBalloon Ascension theDesperate Slide For Life I B I See The Thrilling And Daring High Dive For Life The Merchants of Irvington have secured the Great Robinson Amuse ment Company to give these FREE EXHIBITIONS in IIIRVINGTON Kentucky I November 14 15 16 and 17 1906 IIThis will be the greatest Fall Carnival given in the State and you can I not afford to miss it Fun and Amusement for everybody IIn a Trjp on the MIDWAY You Will Find I THE SOUTHERN GEORGIA MINSTRELS THE SNAKE CHARMER ITHE GREAT LENORA SHOWS THE BOER WOMAN AND BABY THE SNAKE EATERS THE WONDERFUL MERMAIDS I Besides Numerous Other Attractions I Remember the dates and come Bring your friends family and chil r dren and give them the time of theirlivesALL FREE III I Exhibitions Day and Night st F I I r TH BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 14 1906 S 4 HAPPY VOMEIs one where health abounds cannafF tI + good health With a disordered LIVER they- rr cannot be good blood ITntts Pills Iirevivify the torpid LIVER and f its natural action I f A healthy LIVER means pure- bloodI I t Pure blood means health Health means happiness fTake BO Substitute All Druggists f 4 LOCAL AND 4 tt I PERSONAL 4 Miss Zula Seifrid of Lewisport was ISundayIif to Louis has iAirs Thos Gibson is improving from jn severe spell of sickness F Mrs Donald Dowden of Mattoon fIlls is here on a visit to friends iL Miss Grace Ferry was at home from t Louisville Sunday i Mr Henry Gibbs left Sunday for Louisville f7 Mr Hovious Rafferty was at home from Louisville Sunday Mr Shelby Conrad was in LouiSville last week on business Dr R H Taylor of Owensboro is here this week Miss Bessie Venerable of Owensboro I was here last week Mrs Nelson Quiggins went to Hardins burg last week Mrs James T Lewis was in Louisa ville last week Mr and Mrs John Mattingly of Paynesville have boon the guests of Mrs Steve Wilson Louis Ashleyhas returned from Kansas to his old home in Glondenno 1 i Mrs Willis Short of Durant 1 T is visiting her sister Mrs Chas Ro ertson Glendeane t Miss Lelia Henley returned to Louis ville Saturday after a visit to Dr and Mrs R L Xewsom 2 k MT Cerf of Louisville was here last we k putting in electric light works at tne Miller brick plant Mr Willis Smith of Owensboro was the guest of Dr and Mrs F M Smith SundayMrs Frank Fraize returned home from Louisville Saturday night after a visit to Miss Jennie Warfield Capt and Mrs J H Rowland will go to Custer this week to visit Mrs Eliza Taylor IConsurnpfionI ISalt pork is a famous old I fashioned remedy for con ofIfIconsumptive 50 and 100 11 years ago manfiideaIfood the consumptive needs I mostScottsEmulsionisthemod tbIrough for sensitive stomachs R Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy dige ion feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request He lure that this picture In the form of a label ilion tU wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and i all druggists I Miss Ruth Hnynes entertained Saturday I in honor of her guest Mrs Iger man of Rockport Ind Mrs Wm Boutcher of Lewisport spent last week with her mother Mrs Morrison Mone day to visit Mr Thomas Blythe Mrs W IL Bowmer went to tLouis vine Monday Mrs Ben Haynes and Mrs James Phillips of Hawesville have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Hovious Behen andeI Teachers meeting afterwards at the Methodist church Wednesday evening Mrs J A Barry has returned home from a two months visit to relatives at Greenville Ky Mr Owen Duncan near town has been suffering intensely from a bon felon the past few days Misses Effie WeatherHolt and Edith Polk of Tobinsport Ind were heret MondayMr Mrs Igerman of Rockport Ind have been the guests of Miss Ruth HaynesHave you tried that Lewisport flow yet Ev ry sack guarenteed you will find it at 0 Connells Cos Miss Jean Todd of Owenboro will be the guest of Miss Marion Bowmer the latter part of this jveek Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis will entertain the girls club this after noonMr Taylor Beard of Hardinsburg was here Saturday with his son Dr Harold Beard who was enroute to his home at Livermore Mrs F L Lightfoot is visiting her sister Mrs Herbert Beard of Hardins burg Mrs Beard has been quite illthe past few weeks Mrs Eugene Haynes and Miss Ruth Haynes will leave the twentieth of this month for Durant I T to visit Mr HaynesMrs Harry Hills and Julia Hills will leave tomorrow for Richmondwhere Mr Hills is Master Mechanic of the L A railroad If bread is the staff of life make it good by using Lewisport flour You will find it at O Councils Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky To protect the little ones and for the information and Satisfaction of mothers the contems of each bottle of that won derlul childrens remedy CASCASWEET have been placed on every lahelCASCA SWEETS a harmless compound of vege table extracts that is wonderful in its beneficial effects on the stomachs of ha bies and children Recommenced and sold by All Druggists We Must Sell All Cloaks We have determined to close out our entire stock of ladies cloaks in short order and at prices below cost Now is the time to buy a cloak cheaper than ever before as we mean what we say Every cloak in the house must go re gardless of cost SHPINSKY BROS- Cloverport Ky RouteHomesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply Special one way second crass Colo nist rates West and Southwest Nov 20 Dec 4 and 18 1906 Jan 1 and 15 Feb 5 and 119 March 5 and 19 07 Notice to harmers We are in position to handle all the Pledged Tobacco that will come to Clo verport and would suggest to farmer 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 Nov ember 20 1906 commencing at Oglesbys barn Barney Squires ftehandler E B Oglesby Com Protracted Meeting To Begin Dear Bro Editor Permit me to say through the News that Dr T N Compton is to be with us on the 25th4th Sunday to begin a protracted meeting We are trying to get ready for this meeting Let everybody get ready We invite all the churches in our town and every Christian in town andI community to be with us and take partI in what we trust will be a glorious meeting We invite every individual who has no hope of a future life through the blood of Christ to place them selves in contact with the truth and be made whop Wilt thou be made wholeJ 56 If so Jesus is able to give you strength to rise up and walk for His glory May our God gloryfy His name through the coming meeting and bless His people J T Lewis Pastor WINONBTO DAY Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine Tablets Druggists rotund mono It It Jails to euro E W ROVES signature Is on eat bbox 25C S OFFICIAL VOTE Of Brcckenridge County In Gen eral Election Held November 6 1906 to o- rn M r PRECINCTS ge0- I 2 3 2 21169Hardinsburg3I HnrdinsburgNo3 54 90 2 147 Hardinsbur Xo 4 86 62 148 Cloverport Xo 1 36 27 3 f6 Clovorport Xo 2 61 41 2 104 133SHalltown 2661 1 88- Stephcnsport I 65 70 2 135 Union Stan SO 55 1 136 Mooleyville 56 22 78 Webster 64 50 6 122 Irvington 65 33 5 103 Bewleyville 59 43 14 116 Big Spring 43 16 7 66 Custer 74 79 12 165 Hudson 47 98 3 148 Hook 40 57 4 101 MoDaniols 88 68 10 168 Glemleane 81 66 2 149 Rockvale 57 63 3 123 Totals 1328 1208 89 2628 Notice to Hunters My farm near Holt Is posted JimI Tinus BIG SPRING H Meyer andwife were iin Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons are in Irvington for n months stay during Mr and Mrs Jonus Lyons absence Miss Willie Ritchie of Gar rett is visiting her brother Boss Ritchie Herbert Miller was in Louis vine last week Mrs Julia Clarkson and daugh tern Misses Lill and Ollie Mae were in the city several1 days last weekMrs Dock Berryof Vine Grove is with her mother Mrs Veisbart who has been in bad health for severalI months Miss Lily E Clarkson has returned from a visit to her sisters I Mrs Snowden of Cincinnati and Mrs Hungerlandof Louisville Mrs Laura Caldwellof Stith I ton was the guest of Mrs E A Strother Monday Mr and Mrs Yip Davies of I Missouri were the guests of Mrs Nancy Durham last week Mr and Mrs J D Meader re turned from Louisville Wednes dayDan Shumate had his hands badly crushed in a corn shredder last Wednesday that it had to be amputatedDr i Shacklett of Garrett was here Wednesday to assist Dr Strother in amputating Mr Shu mates hand Dr Strother went with Joe I Trent to Louisville Friday to see his sister Daisy Trent who has been at Heechhurst Sanitarium for several weeks Mrs Julia Clarkson announces I the engagement of her daughter Miss Lill Clarkson to Mr H IL I Kemper The marriage will take place December 18 1906 For Bronchitis I TAKE VINOL it heals the bronchial tubes and remedies the cough For centuries oldfashioned cod liver oil has been prescribed by phy sicians tho world over for coughs bronchitis weak lungs and consump tion but many could not take It on account of Its useless fishy oil Anyone can take our delicious cod liver preparation Vlnol which con talus all tho medicinal and curative elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers but no oil and wherever oldfashioned cod liver oil or emulsions would do good Vlnol will do far more good Try it tm our guarantee Severs Drug Co I Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heal 1 the diseased membrane It cnrti catarrh and drive away a cold in the head Quickly Cream Halm It placed Into the nottrilaipreadi over the membrane and U absorbed Relief U Im mediate and K cure follow HIIII not drying doe not produce ineeztng Large Size 60 ants at Druggists or by null Trial SIze 10 ants BLT BROTHERS M Warren Street New York ffF IDR TAYLOR Repreeenttne TAYLOR KEENE ft DENTISTS OWEN8BORO X 1OF i1 on the jLighttootsj each m oUlceI WI ttWill be In Hardlnsburg on the i19th 20th and 21st of each m month Dr Incheloes office J 6- F We are in Clover m port every day to guarantee every pair of glasses we M 1 selll l Satisfaction if or your money back j 1 1 rrSEVERS DRUG CO If + i LLT I Warts I Ih h i j WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS I Advertisements Inserted WIder this head at one cent a word per week I WANTEDfresh milt cow John Yelsen SALESMEN WANTED to look utter our HreckenrldKe and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Address The Victor Oil Company Cleveland O FOIL SALE An Ideal cash register for For Particulars write to The Itrccken i ridge News Oloverport Ky FOR SALE OR RENT- FOR i SALE OR ItENTM fnrmof e09ucres mile and a halt from Hurdlnshurp proCerredWrltoTeaIT WANTED HUll TIMBER partkulllrsIvlllo Hub and Mfjc Co Ilawesville Iyii TRACTION ENGINE FOR SALE l61orse Power Traction En Just rebuilt and practically us good as new Address Iluwesvllle Hub and Mfg Co Huwesvllle Ky i FOR SALEOak walnut and popular lum Can cut any bill In two weeks that Is Tllbellnl needed Write me at Tar Fork Ky Chas i FOR SALEA beautiful tea set decorated in gold or green and pink flowers J300BreckenrlaRe News Otllco FOR SALEIS shares hark stock I V O Attorney ot Law Cloverport FOR SALEFarms Cloverportly- WANTEDGentleman Adkisson Bros or lady with good by rill or with rig for a firm of 125000000 capital Salary fI o7oo per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Clovcrport Ky thejj FOR SALEA tuition certificate In Green Business College Breck enrtdgo News FOR SALE1W atland laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good burn IB acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Irlce ilSOO cash For further particulars write the Breckenrtdgo News Cloverport Ky- WANTED To trade fruit trees for lumber I Write or call on Jiio D Bubbugo Clo j verport lay- FOIL 1 SALEA Singer Machine In good re CorS News ofllce Cloverport Ky WANTEDny Chicago wholesale and mall1 assistant manager mini or woman for this county and adjoining territory j SuluryO und expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or ex perience required Spare time valuable Write at once for full purtlcularsand enclose selfaddressed envelope Address GENER AL MANAGER 131 E Luke St Chicago nun hjj FOR SALE 1 PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gus and Gasoline EngncsMARTIN GADLE 518 3rd Streetj Louisville K- yRaw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market price for 1 ell kinds of Furs Every Trapner and Fur dealer should write us at once for j Price List and our New Plmi Address B F JTuscolaJ === = 11 MEET ME AT NOLTES W I Special from Toy Land NORTH POLE NOV 10 1906 J C NOLTE 8 BR- OCloverport Ky I will as usual make your store my r headquarters and be in Cloverport this year in the early part of December remaining un til Christmas Eve with a bigger and better lThILine of Toys and Fancy Goods than ever Make all the room you can for the display WYours truly ID SANTA CLAUS fi uUu u To do this we must have all the space possible fore we decided to cut the price on Childrens thereIILadies Cloaks and Ladies Skirts Heres your J C Nolte BroII Cloverport KyJ Cadick Milling Co all of Have Been and of the of GOLD DUST- FLOUR But lest yon which you could if you ever had used it we toll you it is the Best Brand of Flour It more loaves to the sack It makes the most satisfactory rolls and It is 11114IIIIIIlIIIutI to enter into ts Brand of IItioul1 Try it MAKERSII oo + i p FOR SALE or will trade for II- One two year old horse colt One three year old horse colt tft ALSO FOR SALE horseff One pair three year old mulest broke v mare and j One pair eight year old mules mares One pair live year old mules mare and horse One pair aped mules mare and horse JL V In anything in the line t four weanlings two mares two hors- esSTRAYED j1 4 Eight of cattle six steers two til1d them and notify me and receive reward 1 BEARD BROSHA- RDINSBURG KY = o= ++ No Waiting Here Just tell us how much Lumber you need We have kinds Fra ruing material choice Poplar Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you were unable to get so quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may recd repairs REMEMBER tS Seaton Weatherholt l Cloverpurt Ky Wo You Told again again virtues CADICKS forget not do made makes bread cakes pastries thoroughly mitted Cattle fact mule Also head heifers and LI FILE NELLSBEEF There is a little girl by the name of Nell She went to the telephone mill rang the bell The operator said Number please Site said Winns meat market just as she sneezed The butcher answered what is it mam She said send me a steak as quick as you can The order was filled and rushed away And she said it was the best she had eaten for many n long day Have on hand some good cook inK and eating apples Fancy beef and pork pork and bologna sausage Fancy Bacon and lard Remember Tlmnksgiving will soon he here Let us have your order for nice Turkeys and chick- enS WINN BROS- Cloverport Ky t To Cure a Cold in One DaycCdp 1 ITalcs Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A f on every lbcx 2- 5cJi Seven oaboxed sold In peat la months This signature 6 THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVEPORT KY NOVEMBER 141906 I The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing ountrY most dangerous because so decerII bottles tive Many sudden deaths are caused b- yflheart disease pneumonia failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease kidney trouble Is lowed to advance th- ekidneyp0130Ued blood will attack the organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result derangement of the kidneys and a cure is btalned quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remsdy It corrects Inability tc urine and scald- Ing pain In passing and overcomes that unpleasant necessity 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UWEIfTaaei- IERHATES aL- D1CTpsaM BILIOUSNSBBR I AND KIDNEYB- MA I AiilinulM null Stain It seems strange that no animal un less It be the squirrel seems to build itself u shelter with the express object of keeping off the rnln which they nil so much dislike Monkeys are miser able In wet lull could easily build shel ters If they hud the sense to do so but even the oning cutting which builds a small platform In the trees on which to sleep ut night never seems to think of n roof though the Dynks say that when there is much rain It covers it self with the leaves of the pamlanus a large torn ilnlrbrushes The brush trade Is full of deceptions An experienced lnuid will by touch tell If a broom or brush be all hair or a mixture But If ever In doubt pull out or cut off n suspicious hair and apply a match However well doc tored the deception will be shown at once halts will burn rolling up ball like with the well known smell of burned hair whllo a vegetable sub tIItute will consume leaving the charred portion like a burned match New York Telegram Unit Tree A woman was notch astonished to receive n letter from another womnn asking for a sill of her Jail tree I understand she wrote youve got n good variety of hall trees and ns weve Just finished us a new house with a real nice hall well need a tree and wed be ever so much obliged If youd send us a slip uv yourn Anti please will you send along with the slip dl I rections tellln us whether to water It from the top or bottom Here is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Syrup Nearly f all other cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxative containiug Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Conforms to theNational Pure Food and Drug Law I Sold b All Druggists Coil undrrIns Visitor to artists young wife Whatever were you two laughing over so Just now Wife Oh It was such fun My husband painted und I cooked anti then we both guessed whit the things were meant for MetwniJorfor1 Clttter- Lort OIIfrtarlleII What u pity It was that baseball was not known In the old Itomttn gladiatorial time Why so- Because they would have so en Joyed killing the umpire Baltimore American Spit neupcct There Is no one thing so necessary for ones real advancement In life as a thorough self respect You must think well of yourself or others will not re spect you Success Magazine TIll world is like a staircase some go up and others come down Italian Proverb OAb zcXnBann theIioKiart 7oti Hate Always Bitten Slgnitur Iof not Him Mixed Miss Bnekbay1Chat I like about Henry James Is the clarity of his style his reserve fore and his absolute mils tery In the Hold of epigram and an tithesis Mr Cnlioklii Yyes but when It wmes to tine fust bull you lknow 1 think Wnlftb IIIIM got him skinned to death Chlfopi Tribune KIIIMV lliu MiANtirf When you ittt your groceries today said Ithe butcher ti his wife dont go to tlmt little gnw next door to my shullIWhy tlJIT slit demanded IlcoaiiKe he seat In yesterday timid borrowed an old pair of scale I A IffiWt RobbingYourself That is just what you are doing when you fail to get reg ular and sufficient sleep Your body requires this unconscious period for repair work with out it your nerve energy be comes exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous ex citable have headache neu ralgia indigestion poor appetite or other ailments caused by a lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you are restless take Dr Miles Nervine it soothes and strengthens the nerves Ilind brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today I had 01 severe spell of fever which left me In a very weak condition and very nervous I had severe spells of headache and neuralgia nnd could sleep but very little Every effort that was made to recover my strength was of no avail until I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine After I commenced to take the Nervlne my sleep was profound and restful and the pains In my head as well as tho neuralgia pains left rno to a certain extent and I TOw gradually better MRS E E aiLBBRTSON 821 Bcrylan Ave Belvldere Ills Dr Mlles Nervlne la sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he wjll refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 9 EffcctII Cnime nnil Shakespeare saw life In large and wrote as lie saw lIe never blamed It I on to Gutl Ills pages are full of the Inexorable sequence of cause and ef feet rout the swift march of deeds points the moral of Individual responsi bility If things were rotten In Den mark It was because the fathers had eaten sour grapes and the childrens teeth were set on edge If Macbeth trembled at the knocking nt the gate It was because conscience doth mako cowards of us all The ghosts that hunted Uosworth field were of Illcb ards own creating and Itegan tail Goncrll desperately dead reap but their Inevitable due In short Shake speares message Is the message of uII robust manhood and womanhood Brace up pity for what you have do good If you wish to got gOod Good or bad shoulder the bunion of your moral responsibility and never forget that cowardice Is the most fatal and most futile crime In the calendar of crimes Cowards die many times before their deaths The valiant never taste of death but onto Martha Maker Dunn In Atlantic Hopkinsville Ky June 711001 This Is to certify that I was troubled I with kidney and bladder diseases for three years and found nothing to relieve I me until I tried the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery which has givenI me positive relief and I think n per manent cure Jas M Hipkins A TEXAS WONDER One Small bottle of the Texas Wonder Hells Brest Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cares diabetes Bemianal emissions wear and lame backs rhenmatismand all irregularities tbe kidneys and bladder in both men andI women reglates bladder trouble In children It not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on renelpt of f1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P U Box S20 St Louis Mo Send for test monlals Sold by all druggists Dont Tnlli Much to Your Hone A horse who has always been made to obey quickly will respond to com mauds from any one whereas the creature who hits been petted and talker tj awards unless hungry scant at tcutlun to any one Vc talk to horse altogether too much and It Is a silly and dangerous custom Whoa should menu but one thing and slip slide or fall should meet with Instant obedl once Not another word should ever be used beyond possibly the order to stand over In the stall although even that Is best unsaid except the click of the tongue for Increased speed The animals attention Is kept If you are silent He does not know what you will do next and as he distrusts and merely tolerates you even as he you his anxiety Is always to findfenrsII what you wish done or what move will next ulllkeF M Ware In Outing Magazine1Idnt Know the The Inability to read ChherII cost a notable of When the Chevalier de Mohan was In the Bastille his friends wishing to let him know that his accomplice had j died without confessing passed the following cipher written on a shirt Into his dungeon Mg dnlhxecclgu ghj yxuj hn ct ulge alj The cipher was not n dllllcult one being arranged by a complete transposition of the alphabet but De liolian did not have the clew and he puzzled over the meaningless words In vain A solution of the rid I dlo tmcnut tho guillotine or his free dom but the puzzle wns beyond him and he pleaded guilty because he could not decipher Lo prlsonuler est mort II nu rlen dlt Origin of Croquet The origin of croquet Is certainly involved In mystery Some authorities are of the opinion that It Is founded on the old genie of pale mallle or poll mell from which we have the street Pull Mall This Is described by Cot grave In his dictionary as a game wherein a round box bowie Is with a mallet struck through n high arch of yron and a picture of this in Strutts rSports and Pastimes shows that these had a strong resemblance to the croquet Implements of today London Academy Labeled In the Legard house there was a great dinner After awhile the maid was called and the mistress said Servo the dinner There Is no one else to come except n relation of little Importance Flvo minutes afterward the maid an nounced In a loud tone The relation of little Importance Lo Scacclapenslerl Try Silence The man who counts thirty In his mind before he speaks soon discovers that when he talks ho says something Try silence for a change It builds up a wonderful reserve force In your phys ical organization and surely overcomes your temperamental inclinations to babble Cairo Bulletin Dlscournglup She Why do you look so worried Bertie Did papa object Bertie No but he said Its all right Youll soon find out Its useless to kick when Nells head Is set on anything levity and Gravity ScottI played a funny trick on the law of gravity this morning Mott What was Jtt ScottDropped f1l1ne to my wife up in the mountains Bostoa Transcript letter Than Song A workingman fond of his pint of beer on Saturday night got very mud died sometimes Knowing that his wife on such occasions searched his pockets he when not too far gone used to secrete his money In various places and It often happened that the next morning he could not remember the Riding place Ho had a canary which used to hang In front of the window One Sunday morning ho was sitting looking at the bird when n neighbor looked In and Inquired If he would sell It As the bird was not much use for singing he reached the cage down for his neighbor to look nt whereupon his wife Jot very angry and hung up the cage again- I will not have that bird sold on any account she exclaimed I dont care naught about It being n poor singer for Its laid many n sixpence and a shilling and now Its begun to lay half crownsThen Its owner realized where sonic of his hidden 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dyspepsiaJdchlO Ireltmymabut nothing seemed to help me I was advised to give Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable to surprisedfindewdays I began to enjoy and properly digest y food Mrcovery was rapid and In lye weeks I was a wen woman I have ree mmondcd it to many suffering women No other medicine in the world has toceived such widespread and unquall I 3ed endorsement or has such a record f cures of female troubles as has Lydia i E Pinkhams Vegetable ComPOund Sires the It t The linraslilro clergyman who recently loft the word obey out of the marriage service gives ns his reason that he does not wish women to start married life tit a disadvantage But It really matters little In practice It has long been understood that though a man uml his wife are one the wife Is that jone London Globe I OHIO MAN Will Enter Roosevelts Cabinet as Secretary cf Interior Washington Nov SThe presiden- anflounced the appointment of the re tlrln attorney general William Henry Moody of Massachusetts to bo Justice of the Etiiirome court of the United Stntas to succeed Justice Henry B Brown who retired sometime ago Moody has filled the office of attorney general since July 1 1904 Previous to that time ho served more than two years as secretary of the navy He also represented hIs stet four terms In congress It Is generally expected that Moody will retire from the department of Justice the latter part of December Secretary Hitchcock of the interio- department will retire from th n G31rfiCldof corporations will succeed him Herbert Knox Smith now assistant commissioner of corporations will ho appointed to Garfields place HERING AND STENSLAND Both Are Doing Time at Jollet For Chicago Bank Failure Chicago Nov GHenry W Hering cashier of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank which he and the president PaulO Stensland wrecked went with Stenslnrid to the penitentiary at Jollet to servo an Indetermi nate sentence which may run fromi one to 10 yean Hering made no defense against the accusations of Stens land on the witness stand At the conclusion of Stensland testimony Hering was called to s bar of the court and withdrawing hf I plea of not guilty he entered a pleaI of guilty Both men were then sen tenced They were taken to Joliet The new sentence given StenslandI will not lengthen his term of Impris onment as the new sentence Is con current with the old Standards New FField Shreveport La Nov 5 The Standard Oil company bought 42 acre in the Caddo City oil field 20 miles north of Shreveport and will begin operations at once In the development of the property There is one flowing well on the property and to handle the product a complete pumping station a pipe line and storage tanks will bo erected It Is the intention of the Standard Oil company to ship the prude oil to Its refinery at Beaumont until the field Is fully developed when a refinery will be erected In Shreve port OA T7RY ABeau The Kindi You Ha 9 AlwalS Boort BlgtJ- rtUlt thefJ Review of 300 Home 100 100 500 News + 100 I Pricei 600 Iko lA Raid by Chines TJrates London Nov 5Acorrespondent at Hongkong cables that the British bytpirates on pas songers and crew of the launch were 1robbed and the pirates then raided several Chinese launches and engaged In a running fight with an armed launch of the salt commissioners They finally escaped In the darkness with 10000 booty British Schooner Wrecked Chatham Mass Nov 5The Brit 0teh schooner G M Cochrane was tor tally wrecked on Nausett beach and her skipper Captain Benjamin Tower who miscalculated his distance in runnng down for Cape Cod on his Newnbeta of his crew was taken off tho- r vessel in the breeches buoy by lifesavers A Year of Blood The year lOOj will long be remembered in the home of F N Tacket of Alii ance Ky us a year ot bloodwhich flowed S3 copiously from Mr rackets lung 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 tion with tne astonishing result that after taking tout bottles I was cctn pletely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds a 1 A Good IintiKli Every hearty Inusli tends to prolong life ns It makes the blood flow more rapidly and gives n new antI different RtlimiliiR ta all the organs of the body from whnt Ih In force at the other tlui CM The saying Laugh and grow tat 1ms therefore n foundation In facts SVIthered Caller You call this garden scent Juno but tin leaves are nil on the ground Instead of on the trees DAub er They were on the treed but the picture pet such n withering criticism from the committee that they curled up and foil off London TitHItI Famous Strikebreaker s 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 putfyinii work goes right on Btst cure for constipation neadache and dizziness 25c at Severs drug story The Breckenridge News 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will be mined for In that county The Kentucky Transvaal Diamond Mining company of that county with 100000 capital stock filed articles of Incorporationt Ono stockholder J S Rice Is from Porto Rico while others are from Pennsylvania and Kentucky Carter county Joins Ellltt county where the diamond signs have been seen and dlscused for soveral years and where prospectors have been digging for some time Will Resist Ouster Louisville Ky Nov STho state commissioner of Insurance has not completed his decision on the inves tigation into the dismissal of Colonel Blscoo Hindman general agent for Kentucky of the Mutual Life Insur anco company of New York although he furnished President Peabody a syn opals of what will probably be his ruling This tentative outline pro vided for reinstatement of the dis missed general agent on penalty of revocation of the Kentucky license It this ruling of the commissioner should be Real the Mutual Indicated that It will resist revocation of its license in the state courts Mine Bosses Quarreled Barboursvllle W Va Nov GAt Stone Branch 20 miles south of here G W Wright and Andrew Childers mine bosses while Intoxicated became enraged at John Kelley another boss assaulted him with clubs and beat him Into Insensibility Kelley died 20 minutes later Wright and Childers secured mules and escaped but were captured and lodged in the Logan county Jail After their arrest by dep uty sheriffs they were hidden on a train and though 100 men surrounded the cars the prisoners were so com pletely hidden by trunks that they escaped the committee that went through the cars Suspect Suicided Knoxville Tenn Nov 5As a so I quel to the nssasslftntlon of Mrs Wil hliam Garrett at Ablngdon Vn came the suicide at Ablngdon of John Haw kins 30 a near neighbor of the woman His suicide followed his learning that he was under suspicion for the killing of Mrs Garrott Hawkins leaves a widow and three small chil I dren His reputation has been excel lent and he never before was under suspicion Hawkins became connect ed with the case by the discovery of a letter which he wrote Mrs Garrett and which Is In the posaesBion of the commonwealth attorney Student Acquitted Lexington Ky Nov 5Shelby Jett a young state college student charged with confederating disorderly conduct malicious shooting and cnr rying concealed weapons In the Hal loween riot here In which several patrolmen wore knocked down and hurt was acquitted by a Jury In tho police court of the concealed weapon I charge The grand Jury Is Investigating charges against his companions linltentlar Kentucky Bridge Case Washington Nov G The United States supreme court decided tho case of tho Covington and Cincinnati Bridge company vs S W Hager auditor for the state of Kentucky In favor of the state Tho suit Involved the rate of taxation on the Kenucky end of the bridge The company ob jected to the valuation placed upon Its property The decision was an nounced by Justice Day Beaten by Negroes Frankfort Ky Nov GJoe FIgg 45 a transfer man was knocked down by colored footpads Flgg gave an outcry frightening away his assail ants who were bent on robbery He had 50 on his person There Is talk of mob violence If the negroes are captured Kentuckian Killed Los Angeles Cal Nov 5 J A Claypool formerly of Oakland Ky employed as lineman for the Kern River Power company was electrocuted on a roof By mistake he touched a high voltage wire Removed to Hospital Lexington Ky Nov 5Thomas G Stuart grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Kentucky was brought to St Joseph hospital from his home In Winchester He has been ill several weeks Cattle Stampeded Maysvlllo Ky Nov 5A herd of cattle became stampeded hero and rushed pollmell on the 40foot high trestle of the C O road Two of the cattle fell over the trestle and had to be killed- Quarreled Over a Woman Henderson Ky Nov 5ln a quar rel over a woman here Henry Hughes white and an ex convict fatally shot James Murrell a white man In the Pondering the S O Problem Washington Nov SIt was stated at the department of Justice that At torney General Moody will immediately take up the queslon of instituting proceedings against the Standard Oil company under tho antitrust law A determination probably will be reached within a week or 10 days RHEUMATISM r fj CURED The Circulation Stimulated ll- and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by usi- ngSloiircs Liixinveivt 100Ii f Sold byall Dealers Sloans Treatise On The HorseSent Free Address Dr Earl SSloan BostonMass n + THE 1 Fifth Avenue HOTEL ILouisville Ky ll PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 1i1P lBrstclass Only city onIII theatres city- Everytblcjt andechea- nr r3r 9r rnirln p T May Griffin REAL ESTATE andkindlyshould they wish to buy or sell any kind of property u e feel that with a wide acquaintance and the knowledge have of the Real Estate values that can be of great assistance to all especially do call at tention to Daviess County Lands or Owensboro Investments Yours truly MA l GRIFFINOf- fice 321 12 St Ann St Both Phones Owensboro Kv dOielsa Ae I 4T Wt tJtIMIN IITHE RRECKENRIDGE NEWSII I III LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALDII Both One Year For i 21 Beautiful Complexions Return this with oO one cent tamps J5 one cent tamps with the names nnd addresses of twenty Indies and learn how have lovely natural color as you live This method is now being revealed for the first time to the general public There arc no cosmetics bleaches face powders or other poisons in this Pimples blackheads and discolorations disappear forever this method Women and who wish to be beautiful will be taught the simple laws of beauty and they will learn how the most beautiful women in Paris guided and controlled by Master Gypsy and Greek minds appeared upon the scene played the game of life and carried everything before them with their bright and unrivalled complexions L J MOC LEY 1133 BROADWAY NEW YORK l IL ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No H8 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville SA1- No 143 flatly Mail and Express leavesClo verpart912A I stops at till way stations I arrives Louisville IS 3a p m Train No 141 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 pm stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m Train No 143 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND Oioyerportaccommodatlonleaves yule 900 am Train No 141 Dally fast mall and express leaves Cloverport 1043 a m stops only at Luwlsport Marco Owensboro Stanley and Evansvlllo arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvlllo 1030 pm Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1111 P arrives Evansvlllo 135 A bL St Louis i40 A DL stops at lIawesvllle Owensboro and only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining cbalr cars on trains and 148 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except Punday leaves 430 n elves Irvlngton 840 am Train No 4 Dully except Sunday leaves 3SO pm arrives Irvington 530 p11I Train No 0 Sunday only Fordivlllo 8 30 a m Irvlngton 1103 a m WEST BQUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves 850 am arrives tfordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves IrvlnKtonBsSO mjl FordsvllloJ9f3 p m n The most centrally located erd hotel In the t= 00 rate ono block from the shopping district and two blocks from the principal IStreet cars pass the door to all parts of the neat i7 r a 36 Frank A S we we we your 358 or to a long as under girls eyes Hawesvllte Henderson M Henderson 145 Fordsville Fordsvllle Irvington arrives I TGEWISSON Dealers In Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish ment more uptodate Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware HollowwareFlatware Gold spectacles andnIl other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sewing Machine Needles to fit all machines Musical instruments and findingsBest and finest Repairing of all timepieces r I J- Jit iii sr T Iiv rAda rt w y4Tl a r r lrT+ 1Ifar WOHt iitOt W+ 7Ms FWtYfNkft rIiEi l r1 6 THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVEPORT KY NOVEMBER 14 1906 Jr r HOPE FOR THE lISICK V A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE Mrs Henrietta A S Marsh 769 W Iflth St Loa Angeles Cal President Womans Benevolent Asan writes I suffered with la grippe for seven weeks and nothing I could do or take helped me until I tried Peruna u1 felt at onco that I had at last secured the right medicine and I kept steadily Improving Within three weeks I was fully restored and I am glad thaw I gave that truly great remedy a trial 1 will never ho without It again In a letter dated August 31 lOOt Mrs Marsh says I have never yet hoard the efficacy of Peruna questioned We Btlll use It I traveled through Ken tucky and Tennessee three years ago where I found Peruna doing Its good work Much of It is being used hors also Henrietta A 8 Marsh Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio1 Tar Spring Our new church work is moving nicely under the suiwrvinion of Rev CIMotgrove Rev Currie of Cloverport preached 4agood sermon Sunday and was enjoyed by U- We are having a sine Sunday School Mrs Lillian Parker Superintendent Jnroec Sanders Secretary and Treaau rerThe Building Committee of the United Brethren church at Tar Springs will receive Seal Bids Saturday Nov 17 Address C W Nusg eve Cloveri ort Ky HAS SfJUD THUF85I 25 YBVKS The old crltfliml UltliVEs Tu tel ts Chili Tunic iou know what you are tukiun It U IIron rod IIlllIlnlln a Untcss furor No Lure mi UtV SOP IRVINGTON Miss Hallie Moore arrived Monday from Houston Texas for a two months visit to her cousin Mrs R B McGIothtan Mrs W B Gardner and children and Miss Lucile Cunningham returned Sunday from a few days visit to Mr and Mrs1 Lafy Rhode at Brandenburg Mr and Mrs Prod S Chamberlain left for their home at Cleveland Ohio t after being the guosts of Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain Miss Ira Mudd has returned from a visit to relatives and friends living near LouisvilleMrs J Piggott and daughter Eliza spent Saturday in Louisville shoppingMiss Simm is at home after a visit to her parents in Louisville Look out this week for a large crowd and a good time for the Street Fair people are billed here for four days beginning Wednesday for sure Mr and Mrs N B Nethcrton and baby are visiting his people at Leitch field for several weeks At the election of officers here last Tuesday Mr Dave Henry was elected town marshal by fifteen majority over former marshal T J Adkisson Robert Pierce of Cloverport is here as assistant agent in the absence of Mr Nick Netherton who is away on his vacationMr Mrs Tony McCoy after a few days visit to her parents Mr and Mrs G L Brody left for Louisville SuhdayMr Wolfe of Bedford Indiana came last Thursday to act as clerk in the Dufiln store Mrs Jess Malen of Louisville has returned home after being the guest of her sister Mrs S P Parks Mr Archer Thompson of Uptoun California was here Monday the guest of Mr and Mrs J R Wimp V O DufFtn was at Georgetown last week on a business trip Mrs Harry Major and baby returned to Louisville Sunday after a short visit to her patents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Miss Lydia McGehee spent several days of last week vtoiting friends at Lodiburg I Mrs R M Jolly and daughter 1 Claire have returned from Louisville where they spent several days the guest of Master fEdwin Jf111ly at Beechmont Hilliard Biggs WBB in the city Thurs dayThe many friends of Mr Kugeno Gilliland are glad to hear of the decided improvement in his health after an operation for appendicitis at his porno in Nashville Tennessee last Tuesday Mr Gilliland is well known around here having lived here in his earlier days Q 1 X t ItC L Bearsthatae Kit iju Have Aas BQU oI Sigaitur of the ever the old the Boots We are carrying in stock season an excellent and beautiful line ot boots line of childrens and in mens boots we have want at all some as high as 400 We arc the famous line of Browns Shoo Cos shoes the best line on the market to wear and to lit at have in the shoe line for men woolen and children Lowest prices all Our are selected for service as well as for style and comfort Thats the reason we have the shoe trade ofthis I Our line of full and winter hats is unexcelled in parts We have hats of all kinds and in the latest and at all for men and boys Nice line of Swann Bros hats They need no wears theta and are the most popular on the ket A Ss+ ann hat makes swell Boys hats 25c up Iron and SpringsI TARFORK Mr and Mrs Gco Perkins of Clover Creek attended church at Cave Spring a part of last week Mrs Henry Burden of Jolly was the guest of her fatherinlaw Mr Frank Burdon of Lick one day the past weekRev Richards is conducting a series of meetings at Keonan Chapel Mrs KH l1isher spent several days recently at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Fisher near Rock Vale Rev Geo Jones returned to his home at Pellville Friday after con ducting a meeting of a week and a half at this place which resulted in one ad dition to the church by underIistAllen Newby moved his family to the Poor house farm at day and took controll of it Chas Tabeling was in Owensboro last week on business Tho best for indigestion and troubles of the stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested by starvation or by the use of a good dlgestaut which will the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperatures single teaspoonfu of Kodol will wholly digest 3000 grains 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 it made in strict conformity with the Naticnal Pure and Drug Law Sold by House Party tor Clover port Ulrls Mrs J D Randell of Louisville will be hostess to a houseparty begining the seventeenth and lasting until the twenty second of this month The following girls have received invitations Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis Cleona Weatherholt Kathrine Moorman and Lula Severs Mrs Randell has ranged complete program for this entertainment and the young ladies will no doubt have the time of their lives I STATE or OHIO CITY or TOLHIMI l ssLUCAsI Frank J Cheney mukus oath that lie is senior partner of tho firm of P J Cheney k Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAIIS for each and every casoof Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use of hails Catarrh Cure HICAXK J CHENEY Sworn to buforo mo and subscribed In my presence this lith day of December A JJ 1SS8 OLKASONLUHulls Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally mm acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free F J C CO Toledo O Silil bv all Druggists 75c Take JaUs Family Pills for constipation HARDINSBURQ Mrs Sullivan of Louisville and Miss Sallie Richardsonof UnionlStar were the guests of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard last week The new depot will be completed next week when the agentJesse Whitworth will move into it Theold building will be torn away Miss Judith Ellen Dejernotte has re turned home from Belmont College May of Butte Montana arrived Friday to visit Mrs Margaret MayRoy E Moorman returned home yesterday from a business trip to St LouisMisses Meyers and Warren of Kings wood were the guests of Miss Nancy Kincheloe Morris H Beard is having steam heat and acytelene lights put in his residence Dr R W Foote of Bewleyville was in town Friday Mrs D R Murray is visiting her parents at Glendeane Willis Smith of Owensboro who has been visiting his brother Wesley Smith at West View returned home Sunday Bros bought of Chas W Dean last week 40 head of export cattle 20 head averaged 1520 pounds and brought five cents the other 20 averaged 1240 pounds and were sold for four and a quarter cents per pound Alfred the two year old son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Whitworth died Tues day the 5th He was never a very strong child and his death was not Unexpected though sudden The funeral took place from the residence day afternoon and the interment was in the city cemetery The Rev Brandon the M E church South assisted by the Rev E B English conducted the funeral services Alfred was an unusually bright child and his parents feel their loss severally They have the sincere sympathy of the entire community in their great sorrow Godfrey Ball of Ala is here visiting his mother Mrs Judith M BallDr P N Compton closed the meeting at the Baptist church last night He had large congrega tions and much interest was mani fested in the meetings Dr Compton is an able preacher and the opportunity to hear him should be improved Ed Dillion wasin St Louis last week Dr J T Baker who has been ill is improving and hopes to be entirely well soonMarvin Beard is in Louisville this week purchasing winter goods for B a to see of are oven if do not to In we designs of the material tho are making on as as on o blankets If t in no matter it is quartor per Always our is always the to bo in the bo in a firstclass us the of l are getting the at the price 111proper PERFECTIONOil Equipped Smokeless It will heat a room in no time and will it warm and cozy ated as easily as a and safe be turned too highor too low no or smell With device ian be about be done with an ordinary stove The Perfection Oil ii superior to all oil and is an to any in two oil beau sI embossed of oil and J I yourdealersTUB the and belt household of brass throughout improvedburnerroom library or bed room to agency if not at your STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated for sale 00here at p I Oak at we wills j at P Food here Index Paint for sale McGIothlan Piggotts Irvington to = F 8 Co Mrs who has been seriously better ill for is some BALSAr Clfti tf and bctniUieJ tht I T I I t Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has test 25 years Sale over One GIld a Half moo bottles Does this merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc every Is a Tm package of Groves sack Root Liver Mb It tn71n nJ r nx Save Money on Purchases j Ii With a big supply of fall goods in stockgoods of kinds best of goods in departmentswe have placed in t to give people stock to select from that been placed before public in every is newestsbest shoddy Our prices Read about different lines of goods we carrying and note pricest and Shoes rubber shoes anything prices Made popular pricesWe anything different styles serviceable section descriptions styles prices introduction they mar headgear from Wood Bedsteads iI HardinsburgThurs treatment digest AllDruggists Louisville OIIENEV NashvilleMrs Sunday Robertson Wednes pastorof Burmingham department nothing nothing Hats Matting and Comforts Ask ourlino Mattings and Comforts They worth seeing you wish buy mattings have some beautiful best Wo best quality ofcomforts We low prices these lines well all other lines Blankets Are you needing spwe justwh you want that line Ten blankets 350 pairt Groceries that Grocery department fullof best grocery line We carry every thing that can found grocery Lot supply your grocery wants and you will have satisfaction knowing than you best goods cheapest Varnish Paints and Building paper Hardware Queensware Tinware U with Device keep Oper lamp perfectly Wick cannot Gives smoke because fitted unique smokeless carried which cannot Heater other heaters ornament home Made finishes nickel Brass fount tifully Holdsfour quarts burns AVVtsffc Limp safest ZVClyC rouad lamp Made whether diningroom parlor Write nearest dealers Capital Steel Range 25 Warming Closets and Reservoirs Kentucky Heaters 4 50 Drum Stoves you 275 Pratts Poultry for sale here Come to This week the Show Beard Herbert Beard several days PARKERS HAIR rnnothNeyer ICtufntnGhndlAit stood the Average Annul record of Eadosed with fcottte t and winter all the assortment all ourselves position the largest has Everything the and are lowest the are our this andshoes hull you carrying shoes these everybody Rock relationship Food have have what remember had t For the Ladies We are carrying in stock large and beautiful line of Dry i Jtosatisfied with what see We used great care in Selectingsta these lines this fun and feelsure we have the prettiest and bcsfalstock in this sectionalCandiesoftt We are carrying n large supply of candies in stock We th have the finest grades to the cheaper Wo are now making ar bl rangements with Santa Claus to got his Christmas candies from pt us Remember this children scdo Best Bacon 12 12 cents per pound opHt Underwear thi Our lino of mens and boys Underwear cannot be beat any Paofwhat you want in this line Well save you moneykI fes Full and complete line of the Storm and Outing ClothseftFrom 6c to lOcogrit Highest Market Price Paid For All Kinds of Country Produce We Want All the Produce We Can Get rya fats l1 t 4 i i I GIasscock Co = Glendeaoie Kyf hoe IIurr i J