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V V 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t II ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT II VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1906 8 Pates N19 II JOHN B ETLY ALLEGED WIFE MURDERER ONCE LIVED HERE Is Well Remembered By P v Many Cloverport People l BORE UNSAVORY REPUTATION s s 4JohnB Etly the alleged wife mur derer of Louisville formerly lived in Cloverport Etly came here twenty J two years ago from Louisville with a family by the name of Terry He was a I painter by trade and lived with the Terry family and was a companion of the two Terry boysRussell and Caldwell I The elder Terry father of the boys was an uncle of Etly and was a r foreman on the Short Line railroad from Cloverport to Victoria during the con i struction of the road Shortly afterward Etly boarded with the family of Mr James Bradley He bore an unsavory reputation while here and it is said was a hard drinker He I Was fond of the society of women and it is alleged came very near getting 1himself into trouble while here which j caused him to take a sudden departure I to parts unknown to the citizens of II Cloverport He was never heard of i afterward until he was connected with the murder of his wife in Louisville Etlsy is well remembered by many citizens here and did not have a good reputation while in Cloverport accord ing to those who remember him well Etly is accused of having murdered his wife at their home on Brook street jn Louisville on the night of November 1Mrs Etly was found in bed with her throat cut from ear to ear In the room pi the time of the murder were three of Etlys children one a baby of only a few months who was in bed with its mother Annie Etly was occupying the room and it was she who first discovered the horrible crime Neighbors were notified and police were put to work on the case For several days the entire poico and detective forces labor ed unceasingly to ascertain the identy of the guilty party Etly and his daughter vehemently denied any knowledge of the crime and it was not until the girl was taken from under the influence of her father and I placed in care of the jail matron that she confessed to a knowledge of theII crime and accused her father of the awful deed The confeslon is best told in the girls own language The daughters story as given out by the detectives after the confession is substantially as follows Mother was lying on the bed and I 1 was awakened by my papa coming into the room He went to the bed and put his hand on mothers head I paid no attention to that and was about to turn my head when I saw him strike her on the head twice Papa then took his left- Jhand I and slashed her throat I saw the act as plainly as I see you now but 1II supposed he was simply putting his arm around mamma Mamma did not make any noise at all Papa then went into the kitchen and I after staying a minute or two went back through our room to his own and shut the door About that time I saw the blood and knew something had hap pened I jumped out of bed and ran screaming for papa I tried to open the door but it was stuck and I had a hard time getting it open Just as I got it open papa came rushing into the room He had on his pants and socks He said Now dont you go to talking aboutI this or Ill do the same thing to you He told me to take the baby and wash the blood off of him and I did Papa went out somewhere but I do not know where he went Immediately following the girls con fession Etly was arrested and lodged in the Jefferson county jail At the coroners inquest into the death of the murdered woman Monday the detectives admit that they have boon working on the theory that Etly had been criminally Intimate with his daughter + and that that was the motive for the crime The knife Anna Etly says he father used to kill her mother was foun resemblin1umanl The girl is still being kept in charge by the jail matron In the hopes that she has knowledge of the motive for the g JOHN B ETLY crime and will make a further confession telling all she knows The police claim to have sufficient evidence to convict Etly but are confident that his daughter has not told the whold story and believe that when she does finally tell all Etly will be stamped as one of the most depraved of human beings TOBACCO BEINGDELIVERED Farmers Begin to Haul Weed to Market The first hogshead of tobacco that has been delivered to local agents was received here Monday The season has just opened up and a large quantity of the weed is expected to be delivered here within the next few days The farmers are busy at present stripping their tobacco They say the crop suffered seriously by the ufifavr able weather recently JESS BOHLER MARRIES A WEBSTER GIRL Last Wednesday morning Mr Jess Bohler of this city went to Owensboro to marry the young lady of his choice Miss Eula Kennedy The marriage took place at 2 oclock in the afternoon and the ceremony was performed by the Rev Butler a Methodist minister of that city Miss Essie Bohler a sister of the groom and Mr Wilburn Gregory were present at the wedding The bridal party returned to Cloverport the same afternoon to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Bohler Miss Kennedy is the daughter of Mr Steve Kennedy of Webster She is very attractive and has a number of friends in this county GARRETT Miss Dora Funk spent Wednesday with Misses Miles The revival at Hill Grove closed last Sunday with four additions to the churchThere have been several cases of diphtheria near here but all are doing well now Mrs Clarence Lewis and baby of Hardinsburg are visiting her parents and to be present at the Hamilton Ritchie wedding Miss Julia Dhonau is attending the Brandenburg Normal and boarding with Mrs Jennie King Mr Sam Dowell and daughter Myrtle of Missouri are here visiting relativesMrs Hobbs Medley of Big Spring died Thursday with consump tion and was buried at St Martins Mrs James Bunger and McH Rich ardsons boy are on the sick list SAMPLE W M Seaton was in town today W H Beauchamp was in Louisville on business last week Miss Lillian Adkins visited relatives in Irvington last week and attended the carnivalISundayd Satg urdayMrs Lafaette Beauchamp who has been some ill for a few days Is Improving Mrs L D Dowell was in Stephens port shopping Tuesday Dan Haynes of Lodiburg was here last week prospecting for a new blacksmith shop Mrs A C Hunter was the guest of Mrs L D Dowell Sunday afternoon J F Miller was in town Sunday Miss Lillian Adkins Messrs Floyd and Carl Armstrong Dennie Roberts and Frank Bennett were the guests of Miss Lillian Dowell Sunday afternoon BACK TO KENTUCKY E L Travis Starts to Owensboro to Answer Charge of Swindling Bank Springfield Mo Nov 15F I Travis with seventy aliases wanted In a dozen States for alleged forgery was surrendered to the Sheriff of Daives county Ky today and started for Owensboro to answer a charge of swindling a bank Gov Folk has issued requisition papers to both Kentucky and Arkansas officers The Kentucky officers beat the Ar kansas authorities by only a few minutes in securing Travis Travis was arrested here last week and in jail attempted to commit suicide TEACHERSASSOCIATION Last Meeting of the Year Will Be Held at llardinsbur Next Saturday Hardinsburg Ky Nov 20Spec- ialThe last Teachers Association of this year will be held here next Satur day beginning at 10 oclock A fine program will be rendered A flag raising by the pupils of the public school will be an afternoon featura All teach ers and friends of education are invited to be present Dinner will be served at the school building Prcfs Cummings and Driskell are working hard to make this an enjoyable meeting IKE C ADAIR DEAD Prominent Business Man Dies of Pneumonia at Fordsville Mr Ike C Adair one of the most prom inent business men of this section of the state died at his home in Fordsville Monday morning of pneumonia- Mr Adair has promoted many enter prises throughout this section of the State He organized several bankstwo of them being the Glendeane and Stephens port banks He also organized the South Louisville bank At the time of his death he was cashier of the Fords ville Banking Company- Mr Adair was well known through out this county and was universally pop ular He was a nephew of Mrs W H Bowmer of Cloverport His wife who was a Miss McAdams of Hawesville and a daughter survive Besides these he leaves two brothers and three sisters namely John Adair cashier of the bank at Stephensport Vm Adair a newspaper man of Texas Miss Dood Adair postmistress at Hawesville and Mrs Mary Whitswortl and Miss Eliza Adair also of Hawes villeDeceased was thirtyeight years of age The funeral services were conducted in Hawesville at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon PERRY FARMERS HAVE THREE DAYS MEETING The Farmers Institute of Perry county Indiana convened from Thurs day until Saturday at Tobinsport last week The day and night meetings were largely attended and proved very beneficial as well as enjoyable to the members A special program was ar ranged for each day and the farmers had interesting discussions on various subjectsMisses Eva and Eliza May Ira Behen and Lawrence Murray who are members of the Methodist church choir of this city had charge of the music and rendered some beautiful selections They were delightfully entertained while there by Mrs Con Simons Thanksgiving Entertainment- A measuring party will be given Thanksgiving nightie OelzeHall benefit of the Presbyterain church m HI GUARDYOUR HEAL1111 rVigorous Health iisy ftc most DdpcndabjiOsaijhH possess p It reaps a steady harvest Alum in food will change Health ruddy glow into pinched paleness by drying up the rich red blood which nature provides You take alum into your food by thcTUf rqfl so called cheap Powders in which alum iis usedas 3 cheapeningsubstitute for pure Cream of TartarL Tferc is onlyone sure way to guard your health against alum and its injurious effectsBuyionly an absolutely pure r pc Cream of Tartar Baking Powderbuy by Tea Sayplainly ROYAL Roya s made absolutclypure Grape Crcamo Tart r IL Royal isasafeguard tohealth Read the Sign at the Top Again ELECTRIC LIGHT- PROPOSITION H Stewart Miller Says lie Is Still Ready To Install the Lights Owensboro Ky Nov 14 1906 To the Editor Breckenridge News Cloverport KvDear Sir We under stand that there is an impression in the minds of the citizens of Cloverport that we have fallen downon the Electric Light proposition and we further understand that there are a large number of citizens who are very desirous to have the Elec tric light and that they are expressing great surprise to learn that we are not going to furnish them Ever since last March and until the middle of October we were prepared anxious and willing to furnish light to your city and have at all times been ready and willing to enter into definite arrangements with your council in order that we might proceed with the in stallation of the lights We are not willing to allow the citizens of Cloverport to believe that we have fallen down on the proposition The responsibility rests absolutely on the shoulders of the council who from first to last have made no effort whatever in the matter and who have never even replied to a single letter that we have writtenSince coming to Cloverport hardly a year ago we have distributed in your city the sum of J 16000 In spite of this fact however we think some of the citizens of Cloverport will be somewhat astonished to learn that although has been no fault or neglect of ours that the city has not some months ago been furnished with electric lights the council have not oven had the courtesy to return the 1100 we put up to show our good faith nor have they ever written a line to us on the subject though we undestand in a roundabout way that they are attempting to place the re sponsibility upon our shoulders and that they have decided to appropriate the 100 We beg to enclose you copy of two letters which together with this letter we would ask you to publish in your next issue We have no desire andwe have no intention to enter into any controversy with the council or with the citizens on this subject We merely desire to have fale impressions removed and we beg you to understand that this will be our first and last communication on the subjectYours very truly H Stewart Miller D Stewart Miller Owensboro Ky Sept 3 1906 Mayor and Common Council Clover port Kentucky GentlemenI under stand that some months ago a com BAKING IPOWDER mitt was appointed to take up the question of the electric light that we contemplated furnishing your city and more than three months ago my brother was invited to attend a meeting of this committee who was to decide on what your requirements would be although my brother went at the proper hour to attend this meeting there was no member of the committee present except the Mayor and therefore no meoting could be held From that day to this I have never heard anything whatever from this committe and I am therefore absolutely in the dark as to what are your wishes Since first taking this matter under consideration and after making a very careful investigation I have been advised by more than one expert that an electric light plant in Cloverport could not be made to pay a fair interest on the investment I have therefore given up my original idea I have however been advised that Ifwe could run an electric light plant in conjunc tion with the brick plant we could make the investment profitable The time has now arrived when we have to prepare at the brick plant for the short days and we have determinedwithout any further loss of time to install an electric light plant at the brick yard for the purpose of furnishing ourselves with the necessary light If it is really your desire and the desire of the inhabitants of Cloerport to have electric lights it will be necessary if we are to furnish it for the city to guarantee us the minimum sum of f1000 per annum and if the business men and the householders generally really desire to have the light and see fit to guarantee us a further f1000 per annum I shall be glad to dig cuss the question with you If you decide to have the light I think the least you could do is to make an effort to obtain it in the manner I have suggested As I have already explained some mouths ago it is impossible for me to proceed in this matter until you furnish me with the necessary data Yours very truly H Stewart Miller Owensboro Ky October 18 1906 To the Mayor and Common Council of the city of Cloverport Ky Gentle men On March 5th after attending a meeting of your Council when the question of Electric Light came up foe discussion in order to show my good faith in the matter I handed you fay check for 1100 It was then arranged thata committee would be appointed to look into this question From that day until the present time I have had no word from you I have not even had a reply to my letter dated the 3rd of September I naturally concluded sometime ago that you had abandoned the idea as you did not seem disposed to meet me in any manner whatever I hardly think you will deem it fair to hold my 100 I think you will agree with me that you should hardly treat me as an out sider in this matter and I think you I will 1 be fair enough to recognize the fact that my company during the past twelve months has been of great benefit to your city in that we have distributed amongst your merchants and citizens ninny thousands of dollars for which we have asked you nothing Furthermore we have at all times given the merchants of Cloverport every oppor tunity to procure our business rather than procure our requirements from outside parties In the first instance I went into this matter in absolute good faith and would have been glad to have proceeded had I received the slightest encouragement from your citizens Trusting that you will give this matter your favorable consideration and that you will see your way to refund the money I am- Yours very truly H Stewart Miller 191 SUICIDES During April flay and June In Greater New York According to Health Commissioners Report New York Nov 15One hundred and ninetyone persons committed suU cide in New York city during the three months previous to July 1 last says the report of Health Commissioner Darlington sent to Mayor McClellaa yesterdaySixtyseven persons were killed by electric cars during the quarter 41 of the total number being in Brooklyn The total number of deaths by accident and negligence during the three months was 965 Two persons over 100 years old died Rebecca Mochaler 101 and ROM Lasmine 10- 3KILLED BY FALLING TREE George Shepard Near Town Vic tim Of Horrible Accident While felling trees on the farm of Mr Pat Quinn near this city on last Tuesday George Shepard was struck by a falling limb and received injuries which resulted in his death the following day Shepard was unmarried and had been in the employ of Mr Quinn for some time Church Wedding Miss Augusta Mattingly and Mr John Carter were married last Wednesday morning ih the Catholic church In this city The marriage ceremony was performed by Father Celestial Brey in the presence of a few friends They are very popular young people in their circle of friend- sI N t 6 2 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYt NOVEMBER 21 1906 Rheumatism Is one of the constitutional diseases It manifests itself painsinflamed fiP musclesbut it cannot be cured by local applications It requires constitutional I througbthecourse of the great medic- ineHpodsSarsaparilla which has permanently cured thousands of cases For testimonials of remarkable curesJSend for Book on Rheumatism No1 eL Hood Co Lowell Mutt = PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTHAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court Hnrdinsburg especially solicite- Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October = H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlN5BURO KY Will practice his profession In all of tbi Courts of Itreckenrldge and adjoining coon flee Special attention glen to coUecln road cases and criminal practice License K p in United States District CourtsOffice OT6t Dank of Ilardlnsbunc StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high madebyantced Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May L Co Cannelton Ind P1ru0 d1 t A DOLLAR IN BANK i is worth more to you than a dollar in your pocket because You know it is safer You are not so liable to spend it needlesslyYou make it earn for you 4I per cent interest if you deposit it here for a given time I Are not these excellent reasons why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force isIat your disposal BANK OF COVERPORTCloverport I J NOILdlMnSNOO I It spi3 iup Xq ptS sun HI OSn t poO aay drxfs t3nc3 t s g- S1W3S13Tltf3H3HMS3HnO I e anno u KILLTHE COUCHII AND CURE THE LUNGS I === = = C autt Dr1KingsHowl Price t FOR CONSUMPTION 50c100 t Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all t THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK- FASTIDIOUS i WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic aInecessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing 1 qualities are extraordinary For saletat Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass I GOVERNOR BECKHAA1 ISSUES THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION 1 ljfri fij Frankfort Ky Nov 14Gov Heckhnm this morning Issued his Xi Thanksgiving proclamation as follows CommonweAlth Qf Kentucky Executive DepnrtmentThat the peopleW mmof Kentucky may properly observe our countrys most hallowed custom j I hereby appoint in accordance with the action of the President of the Inited States Thursday ovemberthe twentyninth as a day of thanks il tm ing and prayer throughout the commonwealth On that day all bust ness should be suspended the eager pursuit for wealth should cease the m restless struggle for profit and gain should give place to quiet and pence while the grateful people in their usual places of worship shall give J thanks to a generous and merciful God who has so richly blessed us I Out people have prospered beyond all precedent our nation in n little over a century has sprung into a position of power and might be yond the boldest dreams of its founders and today commands the ad 1 Mmiration and respect of the entire world In material wealth we are m without an equal Nature has lavished upon us her choicest bounties mmThe sunshine of pence and contentment sheds its genial light upon a- li happy land To deserve and retain these things a due recognition should r1 Jfi1 1 be given to the Divine source from which they come In place of boast- ingfl of our greatness let us humbly praise and thank Him to whom we X owe all jM itssplendidjupon Ml day and recognize our obligations to the providence of GodifqIni celebrating this occasion let us remember that no services of song riand no words of eloquent praise are too expressive of gratitude to the tAlmighty as are deeds of charity and kindness to the poor and helpness EI amongusd whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the W great seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed Done at Frank M fort this 14th day of November 1906 and in the 115th year of the commonwealth By the Governor J C W BeckhamW1 m H V McChesney Secretary of State 6 An Euglish Author Wrote No shade no shine no fruit no leaves November Many Americans would add no freedom from catarrh which is so aggravated during this month that it becomes constantly trou blesome There is abundant proof that catarrh is a constitutional disease It iisI related to scrofula and consumption being one of the wasting diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla has shown that what Is capable of eradicating scrofula completely cures catarrh and taken iin time prevents consumption We can not see how any sufferer can put off taking this medicine in view of the wi itlyI published record of its radical and permanent cures It isundoubted- ly Americans Greatest Medicine for Americans Greatest DiseaseCatarrh lied a Close Call A dangepjus surgical operation in volving the removal of a malignant ul cer as Urge as my hand from m daughters hip was prevented by the ap plication of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Siickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely cured it1 Cures Cuts Burns and Injur ies 25c at Severs drug store Marys Lamb Mary had a little lamb its fleece wasI white as snow it strayed away one day where lambs should never go And Mary sat her quickly down and tears streamed from her eyes she never found the lamb because she did not advertise And Mary had a brother John who kept a village store he sat him down and smoked pipe and watched the open door And asthe people passed along did not stop to buy John stillsat and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eye And so the sheriff closed him out but still he lingered near and Mary came to drop a sympathetic tear How is it sister can you tu1lwhy other merchants here sell all their woods so rapidly and thrive from year to year Remembering her own bad luck the little maid replies These other fellows get there John because they advertise EXTORTION Charged In Indictments Against I Mayor of San Francisco t San F anclicoNov 1C Extortion is charged In Ova Indictments re tunud by the grand jury against Mayor Schmitz and Abraham Ruef apolitical leader The court fixed bull flu Quell charge at 10000 and bond at 000 According to the indictments Ruof t and Schmitz on the 16th of January r 1903 extorted 1170 from Tony t Blanco of the Poodlo Dog cafe and February G of the samo year they forced him to give up 1000 more The third indictment Is based on the extortion of 1175 from tho pro prietors of Marchands restaurant They are charged with demanding and receiving on the same day 117fi from the proprietors of Delmonlcos res taurant It is charged that on Feb ruary 1C they forced those same non to yield1 VJ4 by threatening to takeaway their liquor licenses To protect the little ones and for the information and satisfaction of mothers the contents of each bottle of that won derful childrens remedy CASCASWEET been placed on every labelcASCA SWEET is H hornless compound of vegetable extracts that is wonderful in its beneficial effects on the stomachs of ba ies and children Recommended and sold by All Druggists I Good Presidential Timber Secretary Taft is a great man He weighs 300 pounds He is the greatestI advertisement of our government institutions we have yet had He is an object lesson to the Gentiles and heathen of the beneficent effects of our free institutions That is why he is always sent to pacify bilious nations The Filipinos looked upon him and said Behold sodoes the American nation do for its citizens We will become citizens and our fatness shall be as the fatness of Taft Cuba looked upon him and marveled saying Lo if the presidents repre sentative is so great how great must be the president We may not contend with giants to And they laid down their arms and took up a meal ticket They think Roosevelt is a Colossus Now Taft has gone wost ostensibly to look after army posts but in reality to pacify the Utos And for the first hungryyhope Secretary When he returnswe will sayIt I yielding to gloomy forebodings we must give him a triumph of some sort lIe deserves well at our hands lIe must not be suffered to grow thin YetI the supremo bunch is no place for him I It is a frail thing for yule attenuated I students and might break There is the prosidental chairlarge commodous strong We might seat him in that lie would fill it well And i we will feed him plenteously He is a grunt man and deserving Globe Democrat I When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A fey erish dry nose means sickuess with a dug And so with the human lips Dry t cracked and colorless lips mean fever ishness end are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Snoops Green Salve It will soften j and heal tiny skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinc ed Large nickel capped glass jars 25 j cents Severs Drug Co Vehicle Dealers Louisville Ky Nov 13ThE Trljj state Vehicle and Implement Dealers association began Its eighth annual convention and exhibit here About 2f00 members are expected to attend the sessions and inspect more than 1000 vehicles on exhibition The as sociation numbers among its members residents of Ohio Indiana Ken tacky Illinois Missouri New York Pennsylvania and Tennessee Atrbrooks Announcement Columbus 0 Nov 13Congress manelect William A Ashbrook an noun ed that he will resign as Lick- Ing countys representative in the state legislature March 1 1907 and t at that time send his check to the state for the unearned portion of his alary drawn for the year 1907 Was an Accident Andover Mass Nov 12Charles ft Riggs a PhlllpsAndover academy student accidentally shot John J Tracy a schoolmate Tracy died In EmporiaKnnN Y Switchmen Accept Offer Pittsburg Pa Nov 13 Announce ment was mHdo that the switchmen had agreed to accept the advance of four cents per hour as offered last wool iu Chicago by the railroad ofll4 dais and it is asserted there will be no strike TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Take LAXATIVE BHOMO Quinine Tablets EW Vr 1U FIFTY LIVES GO OUTf- it Immigrant Train Smashed In Collision With a Freight BODIES BURNED IN WRECK I Mistake of Some Employe Causes a Great Railway Disaster In Indiana Six Coaches Knocked Into Kindling Wood by the Terrific ImpactStory- of the Accident Chicago Nov 13 Fortyseren per sons lost their lives and 38 were in lured In the collision at Woodvllle nd between an immigrant train and a freight on tire Baltimore and Ohio road There were 165 passengers on alltiknown as 45 at the bodies were con sumed In tho flames that followed the collision or were so badly burned that Identification will be out of the question The disaster was caused by a blunder of some employe of the rail road company but just whose blame It Is has not been determined The passenger train which was loaded with Russian Jews Servians and Poles all of them recent arrivals In this country and bound for Chicago or places in the northwest was the reload section of a through train from Baltimore Tho engineer of the freight train No 96 on instructions received at McCool Ind waited at a Biding at Babcock Ind to allow the Immigrant train to pass One report is that the engineer of the freight train had not been informed that the passenger train was running in two sections the other is that the first section of the passenger train carried ao lights or signals of any kind In floating that a second section was lose behind The freight train in charge of nglneer Burke and Conductor Moste started eastward as soon as the Ural section of the Immigrant train sad passed the switch at Babcock A light snow was falling which increased the darkness of the morning and as the freight tVain was rounding a sharp curve Just west of Woodvllle the sec ond section of the immigrant train came in sight a short distance away tearing toward Chicago at the rate ot- to miles an hour The two trains flame togetherWith Speed and In tire crash six passenger coaches and several freight cars wero knocked into klndllngwood and together with the locomotives went roll- Ing down the 10foot embankment Fire broke out almost Immediately in the wreckage and although n num oer of the Injured were saved by tho tlesperate efforts of the train crow and rurviving passengers the greater part Df those who were pinned down in the lebris wore burned to death The flames spread through the wreckage so rapidly that It was impossible to save a number of people who were but slightly hurt but were held fast I oy timbers that weighted them These were burned In plain downII tho throng which stood scene of the disaster utterly unable to I lend assistance In any way The I lire continued Intil all of the shattered oars were entirely consumed and of the 47 persons whose death followed the collision 45 were burned to ashes Relief trains were at once sent out trom South Chicago and from Val paraiso Ind with every available physician and every possible aid was given to the injured A large number of the relatives of passengers on the Illfated train were in Chicago await ing the arrival and when the report was received that many had bees killed and Injured In a wreck the scenes around the Baltimore and Ohio Itatlon were harrowing NEGRO LYNCHED Had Killed Five Men and Battled With a Posse Till Shot Ashevllle N C Nov 16W1J1 Harris the negro who killed two Asheville policemen and three negroes was shot by a posse of men near Fletcher about ten miles south of Ashovlllo The search was pur sued by hundreds of armed men from Ashevlllo and the surrounding coun try When word was received that tho negro had been discovered In a barn near Fletcher aid was requested A hundred nien loft Ashevlllo on horseback and surrounded tho barn Fire was opened on the negro who at tempted to escape returning the shots until killed The saloons in iAshovlllo have remained closed and the most perfect order has prevailed jThe posses have been composed of klotionk trlbuted toward a relief fund for the 1 families of the dead policemen Anna Gould Gets Divorce Paris Nov 15The Countess de Castellane formerly Anna Gould was granted a divorce and custody of her children who can not be taken from France without the consent of Count Donl de Castellane their father The counts demand for an alimony allowance of 50000 annually was pro pounced by the court to be without foundation in law and was rejected Big Fire at Scranton Scranton Pa Nov 12Flre de strayed the Carter Kennedy build Ing In this city which is occupied by the Foote Spear Co one of the largest hardware firms in northeast ern Pennsylvania and J Scott Inglis a carpet and furniture dealer The total loss is estimated at 200000 r A 7J AMOND- ORANO CUSHION 1 INSOLE SfOEFELT 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points are perfectly fitted with IrIdium and tho feed Is guaranteed to flow evenly without leaking or blotting The pens are beautifully chased as shown In cut uA Fountain Pen Is a Necessity of the Twentieth Century The Egyptians used a split reed our grandfathers penDutA Fountain Pen that dispenses with the inconvenient inkstand that does not corrode nnd that is always ready for use Bears the manufacturers guarantee that the pen is solid GOLD 14k Hue If it does not prove satisfactory in every waywe will exchange it for another or return the fifty cents additional on return of the pen This is an unusual opportunity to secure at a very low price an article of superior quality that is coming to be ersential to the comfort andconvenience of every one who writes Remember That the Offer Is For Sixty Days Only The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky N e 2000 ROUND TRIP J From Louisville to TAHPA PUNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida Via the RailwayAnd m NOVEMBER 20th 1906 Also Low Homcseokors Rules on November 6th and 20th to points in Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina Mis TorritoryOldaliomaclass liberal returningcomplete information call on or address C H HUNGERFORDDi- strict Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY A R COOK City Pass Ticket Agt LOUISVILLE KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS e The News 1 year I dollars yi r fv r a i 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 21 1906 3 + i lTiIT T ijTjT T3T T3arJT Jy iI iTHE LORDS PRAYER + r + The following beautiful composition was captured during the war at Charleston S C It was printed on very heavy satin July 4 1823 This copy was taken romthe original and was picked up by A P Green of Auburn Ind in Corinth Miss themorning the rebel forces evacuated it May 30 1862 Thou to uthe Mercy Seat our souls doth gather To do our duty unto thee OUR FATHER To whom all praise nil honor should be given For thou art the Great God WHO BART IN HEAVEN Thou by Thy wisdom rulst the worlds wide fame V Forever therefore HALLOWED BE THY NAME Let nevermore delays decide us from Thy glorious grace butTHY KINGDOM COME But let Thy commands opposed be by none But Thy good pleasure andTHY WILL BE DONE And let our promptness to obey be even The very same ON EARTH AS TIS IN HEAVEN Then for our souls O Lordwe also Pray Thou wouldst bepleasedtoGIVE US THIS DAY The food of life wherewith our souls Iare1 fed Sufficient raiment and OUR DAILY BREAD With every needful thing do Thou re lieve us And of Thy mercypityAND FORGIVE US All our misdeeds for Him whom Thou didst please To make an offeringforOUR TRESPASSES And forasmuch 0 Lord as we believe That Thou wilt pardon usASWE FORGIVE Let that love teach wherewith Thou dost acquaint us to t Pardon all THOSE WHO TRESPASS AGAINST US lAnd though sometimes Thou findst we have forgot This love for Thee yet helpAND LEAD US NOT Through soul or body want to despera tion Nor let earths gain drive usINTO TEMPTATION Let not the soul of any true believer Fall in the time of trlalBUT DELIVER Yea save them from the malice of the devil And both in life and death koepUS FROM EVIL Thus pray wo Lord for that of Thee from whom x This may be had FOR THINE IS THE KINGDOM This world is of Thy work its w- ondroulltoryf2 Tp Thee belongs THE POWER ND tfHB GLORY And nil Thy wondrous works cave 1 ended neverrBut will remain forever andFOREVERT- hus we poor creatures would confess again 4 rAnd thus would say eternallyAMEN Letter From Pennsylvania Euchil Pa Nov S 1906The morning after the election Mr Tinker came in with the Pittsburg Gazette Times just tickeled to pieces over the result of the election in this state Of course he knew I was anxious about liteso he said See here I thought old Kentucky would get her eyes open after awhile she has gone Republican by a large majority then he looked to see if I had gone but I was there and right there See here Mr Tinker Its an old saying and often a true one that a burned child dreads the fire but it was not so this time they must see their folly again He said no more just then but continued to peruse the paper until he came to a little item headed Ken tucky Views Now do listen at this he said and read as follows Louisville Courier Journal Dr Vogeler says 85 per cent of the liquor is poison presumingly that the 15 per cent who are sane are those who escape the poison Now what do you think of Kentucky Well indeed Mr Tinker that makes it very plain to me where the Republicans got their majority LEver body is crazy and that is very t alarming to me for I am so afraid of crazy people But you are not down there he said No Im not there but judging from the number of empty bottles I see sitting around in Pennsyl I Weak Lungs NEED VINOL its cod liver oil elements heal and strengthen the lungs Many peoplo inherit weak lungs which aro likely to bo attacked by consumption So also aro lungs weakened by disease or by a stubborn hacking cough1 I prepIsated and tonic iron added strength ens weak lungs and gives one tho power to throw ort wasting diseases We ask every person suffering from weak lungs stubborn hacking coughs or any wasting disease to try iVlaol on our guarante- eSevers Drug Coy vania bearing the name in large letters Lone Creek and Green River Ken tuckys Best WhiskyI feel very much afraid that the poison is going to speak Oh do hush he said you are getting more like Mrs Bowser every day I thanked him very much and did really feel complimented since Mrs Bowser never fails to get the best of the argu ment in Pennsylvania Grit Mrs C E Tinker P SLater and more favorable news this afternoon looks as though a good per cent of the insane have pos sibly regained consciousness A Year of Bin The year 1003 will long be remembered in the home of F N Tacket of Alli ance Ky as a year ot bloodwhich flowed so copiously from Mr Yackets 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 toe astonishing result that after taking foul bottles I was com pletely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds ut Severs drug store Price 50c and j 1 00 Trial bottl free Forerunners From H speech by Daniel Webster In the Sen ate March 12 1838 They excite the poor to make war upon the rich They complain of oppression speculation and the perni cious influence of accumulated wealth They cry out loudly against all banks and corporations and all the means by which small capitals become united in order to produce important and beneficial results They carry on a mad hostility against all established institu tions They would choke up the fountains of industry and dry all its streamsIn country of unbounded liberty they clamor against oppression In a country of perfect equality they would move heaven and earth against privilege and monopoly In a country where property is more equally divided than anywhere else they rend the air with agrarian doctrines In a country where the wages of labor are high be yond any parallel they would teach the laborer that he Iii an oppress ed slave Sir what can such men want What do they mean They can want nothing but to enjoy the fruits of other mens labor They can mean nothing but disturbance and disorder the diffusion of corrupt principles and the destruction the moral sentiments and moral habits of society A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Plies Druggists are authorized to refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure In 8 to U Days e- ciiIILd a U A WEEKS HAPpENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Ouster Issued Against an Insurance Company Before Granting of Inv junction Battle In the Mountains Miscellanous Matters Frankfort Ky Nov 10Attorneys representing the Mutual Life Insur ance Company of New York and Pres ident Charles A Peabody of that com pany secured from the Franklin coun ty circuit clerk an Injunction directed against State Insurance Commissioner Henry R Prewitt restraining the com missioner from revoking the license of the company to do business in the Kentucky field The notice of injunc tion was served on Commissioner Prewitt just before he made pub lie his opinion but he stated that the license was revoked Thursday night In a statement defending his action revoking the license of the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York to do business In Kentucky Commissioner Prewitt says the position of the pres ent management of that company in endeavoring to elect the administra tion candidates for trustees is op pressive dictatorial and unlawful and a company thus managed should not be permitted further to Insure the lives of the people of the state Louisville Ky Nov lOJudee Charges Grubbs chief counsel In Ken tucky for the Mutual said the company will continue to transact busi ness until the courts decide Coal Famine In Kentucky Lexington Ky Nov l6A severe coal famine exists throughout Ken tucky according to reports received here The famine is especially severe throughout central Kentucky Deal ers in Lexington Lawrenceburg Paris Georgetown Harrodsburg Dan ville and other towns are out of coal and some are not accepting orders Coal cannot be secured from mines because railroad companies state they have not enough cars to supply the demand One wholesale dealer stated here that coal would reach 550 per ton in most parts of Ken tucky while in outlying portions It would reach 7 per ton Cold weather continues Telephone Rates Enjoined Louisville Ky Nov HJudge Evans in federal court granted a tem porary restraining order against the city of Louisville prohibiting the city from carrying into effect the new tele phone rates In accordance with the ordinance signed by Mayor Earth The signing of the ordinance was the first step toward municipal regulation The temporary order was granted on motion of the Cumberland Telephone company and the hearing for P permanent injunction was set for Dec 8 The ordinance which makes the busi ness rates 4 a month and the residence rate ranging from 2 to 3 a month was to take effect Immediately Girls Confession Louisville Ky Nov 15One of the most remarkable murder mysteries in police annals was apparently cleared up by the confession of the 15yearold daughter of Mrs Virginia Etly the victim Anna Etly the daughter con teased to the police that her father had murdered her mother and that she had hid the weapon a knife and aided him in concealing his guilt tOt over a week despite the ordeals of continued sweating by officers for a week The confession came just as the police and newspapers had ap parently given the case up as hope less Mrs Etly was murdered November 7 Averted Class Riot Richmond Ind Nov 12Dy agreeing not to wear their brown corduroy trousers to school boys of the senior class have averted class rioting in the Richmond high school Matters were at a crisis over the school authorities ban on the garments when the sen iors gave in The trousers are the boys class insignia and they caused all sorts of class rushes At first the seniors were inclined to rebel at their teachers order but finally agreed not to wear them to school Kentucky Brewers Lexington Ky Nov lOTho Ken tucky Brewers association elected the following officers President Frank Fehr of Louisville vice presi dent F J Bergdoll of Paducah treasurer Frank P Senn of Louis ville secretary Charles D Goepper of Louisville executive committee John Gunn of Lexington Charles Wiedman of Newport William Reid lar of Covington and William A Popl of Cincinnati The next meeting will be held at Louisville in October Quarantine Convention Nashville Tenn Nov l3Tho com mittee on organization of the Southern Immigration and Quarantine convention heckled to recommend to the con vention the nomination of Governor D C Haywood of South Carolina for president and Dr J R McMullen of Gadsdon Ala for secretarytreasurer rho committee favors the holding of iho next annual convention in Birm ingham Ala the second Tuesday in November Short In His Accounts Memphis Tenn Nov 16Arter several weeks of detective surveil lance J E Hutchinson second vice president of the Delta Cotton com pany admitted to the members of the firm police authorities and friends that he Is approximately 70000 short In his accounts November 2 ho attempted to commit Bujcide but recoil bred 11 J a MATTINGLY Deferred from last week Born to the wife of Frank lirickey twin boys Nov 11 Little Irene Brickey is sick Mr and Mrs Tom Bates Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch of Tar Fork have been the guests of Dr and Mrs Wm HowardWillie Walker who has been in Kan sas for the past year has returned homeIn the announcement of Gabe Brick eys marriage in last weeks News the brides name should have read Mrs Clara May Patterson Mr and Mrs Roscoe Lasley went to Hnrdinsburg Saturday Mr und Mrs Wm Mingus invited a number of friends and relatives to at tend a dinner given in honor of the birthday of her sister Mrs T N Brickey Nov 5 The guests report an enjoyable time Nick Powers of Henderson after a visit to relatives herehas gone to Kirk Miss Lottie Parker who is teaching the Pisgnh school has been at the bed side of her sick father for the past weekII Blair has sold his residence on the Cloverport and Bowling Green road to Thomas Holmes Consideration J4o James Sanders has sold his farm to Solomon Hanks and moved to the Tar Springs TCASTdRIAI For Infants rind Cnildren The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho J SAfrf Z+STnature of if Tt S The Worlds Fifth Sunday School Convention The Worlds Fifth Sunday School Convention meets in Rome Italy May 2023 1907 A variety of side trips have been arranged in connection with it This will be a most delightful trip to all who can possibly arrange to go Ken tuckians will like to go in a party together Arrangements are bein made by which this can be done If you are thinking of making this trip it is time you were making arrangements for it For full particulars of the trip and any and nil side trips connected with it address E A Fox Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky- Vegetarian Rules T Owen of Oswestry who is a vegetarian of 69 stated conference in Manchester that for some time he has made it a rule to fast twenty out of the twentyfour hours of each day He al lows himself two meals a day and these consist invariably of a little bread or biscuit fresh dried fruits and a few nuts To consume these he takes from forty to fortyfive minutes and to each mouthful he administers from fifty to a hundred bites Mr Owen claims that on this diet he is able to cycle consider able distance and undergo severe mental strain without the least fatigue London Daily Graphic DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a re sult Hord the quickest relief from thoie troubles resulting from an excess of uric acid Such troubles as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by All Druggists Rev Liisk Called to Houston Houston Miss Nov 6The Babtist Church of this city has called Dr JW Lusk of Indianoln Dr Lusk will give his entire time to this church and will move his family here at an early date He is originally from Hqmlerson Ky and is considered one of the ablest as well as one of the most attractive pulpit orators in the State The new 10000 church here will be ready for occupancy it is hoped by December Memphis Ne- wsheart Strength Heart Strength or Heart Weakness means Nerve Strength or serve WtnkneplIothlllg more Pos itively not one weak heart In a hundred Is In 10 tell actually diseased It Is almost always ft hidden tiny little nerve that really ballot fault This obscure nerve tho Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply need and nnut have mote power more liability moro controlling more governing strength Without that the Heart must continue to fall nail the stomach and kidneys also bars those were controlling nerves This clonrly explains why as a medicine Dr Bhoops ItMtoratlvu tins In the port done so much for weak and ailing Heart Dr ylioop +sought the cease of all this painful palpitating suffocnt Ing Inart riffs Dr Snoop Ueittorotlv thli popular wscrfiiiion U uU ue directed to these weak and wasting nero cvntr It builds it strengthens it offers nl genuine heart help If you would have strung Hearts strong1 dl gestion strengthen these nerves roontubllsh them as needed with Dr Shoops t YetH hlrlllAiYM AT THE NEWS OFFICE Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price it 1900 Sanfords Premium Writing for fountain pens per pint FluidIIWriting and Copying Fluid per pint Sandfords Library Paste 50II Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds Hortgages Memorandum Books andIISchool Supplies Business and rionogram StatfoneryII Printed and and EnvelopesII Daify Papers Magazines and Novels Souvenir Post Cards For Sale at the NEWS OFFICE I A WNIn 1W yr VA V n 4l1IEXCURSIONS hmIIDoubtless you have heard of the Bumper Crops which been raised this year in Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Territory Texas and New Mexico Have you compared IndianIIresults obtained in your section Is your work where bringing you adequate returns for the capital invested labor expended If not a change would be 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 theIIcheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana ani the of Texas Let us give you full information about these You will want to see them after you have examined our illustrated literatureVERY IRATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP to western points the First and Third Tuesdays of each Geo H Lee General Pass Agt Rock Island Little RockSouthIIJ N Cornatzar Asst Gen Pass Agt Frisco Memphis I II I JJcGuiRK Dist Pass Apt IIROCK ISLAND CINCINNATI OHIO FRISCO LINESII lA A A 1Utyr y 11 Y IMwwdlIfNdbw4THE I I And The LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD I 11p SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making ao much off your farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you cnn The trouble is the laud costs too much It takes too rnu li money to buy a big fArm and so you are trying a lying on n small farm or perhaps yon are renting one And paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price ol good land iis so little that you can own a big farui where every acre of the ground is working for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile land in the Soutuwtt along the line of the Cotton Del Route that ran be bought for frolll13 to f10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay in settling there The trip can IKJ made ut very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of each month you can purchase around trip ticket to any point in the Southwest on or via the Cotton Holt Route at Very low rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested ins Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full information about cost of tickets etc loC BARRY T P AI Cotton Bell Route 82 Todd Building louisiille Ky rv a T af Na 0 ra- wY44fv irii15rwp t 4 THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 21 1906 i 6RFCKENR1DGE NEWS JNO D BANDAGE SONS Publiihlne C- oIssued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 91 S5 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over live lines chanted at at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of cu per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It 1Is cot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the addres subscribers should give their old as well u the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 100 THE ELECTRIC LIGHT- PROPOSITION In this issue of The News is pub fisheda communication from Mr H Stewart Miller of Owensboro relative to his position on the electric light franchise granted to him by the city of Cloverport sev eral months ago Under the agreement between Mr Miller and the city council the plant should have been in operation some time ago and judging from Mr Millers letter there seems to have been some misunderstanding The News in order to place the matter before the public in its Mr Mil propsr light publishes lers letter and his correspondence with the city council and invites the board of councilmen to give their side of the question The News is taking no sides in this controversy other than to bring the matter to a definite un derstanding with the ultimate result of securing an electric light plant for the city upon the best terms possible The columns of The News are open to the members of the city council with regard to this matter So far no accidents have been reported among the local sportsmen since the hunting season openedup However the bird tribe has not fared so well and Quail on toast is no uncommon dish in some homes Tobacco is now being delivered to market It is estimated that the major portion of the crop in this section of the county will be soldas soon as it is stri- ppedProverbs II When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny J c a sample free Re sure that this picture I the form of a label iIs on the wrapper of every bottle 01 Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N V jocanditoo aUdrnggUU I FEDERAL SUIT Filed Against Standard 011 Company Would Dissolve Trust Washington Nov 1C In papers filed In the United States circuit court at St Louis by direction of At torney General Moody the federal government began its long contem plated battle against the Standard Oil company The government seeks to have the gigantic trust dissolved In support of Its plea It presents an array of violations of the Sherman antitrust law including conspiracy coercion Intimidation rebating and other vicious acts and practices The investigation Into methods pur sued by the Standard 011 company began early In 1905 and the results was laid before congress last May by Pres ident Roosevelt who accompanIed the report by a special message denounc ing the apparent methods pursued The president asserted at the time that suits would be instituted In the United States courts to abolish the combination and the filing of the suit marks the Initial step Some of the allegations which the government will attempt to prove are That the Standard controls 90 per cent of refined oil for domestic and foreign consumption that the control of this oil was begun In 1870 and that It continues until the present day that by tire transfer of stock In 39 corporations to five trustees competi tlon among them was finally suppressed in 1882 that In 1899 the Standard Oil company took the place of the trustees and continued the un lawful control of the corporations that Standard methods aided In the establishment of railroad rates and rebates that the Standard used rail road employes to crush the business of Independent producers that the Standard now controls 70 corporation which Include many bogus Independ ent companies To Improve Breed of Horses Lexington Ky Nov laThe Amer Ican Protective Breeders association with a view of further Improving the breed of horses In Kentucky has recommended the purchase of thor oughbred stallions to be distributed In various counties of the state outside of the Blue Grass section A com mittee was formed to adopt a plan for operation The committee consists of J N Camden fit Versailles Ky and 0 H Chenauli of this city They are to cooperate with the legislators from each legislative district Col E F Clay was elected president and George Whitney of New York treas urer of the association for the year Warehouses Blown Up Louisville Ky Nov 13The warehouses of the American Snuff company at Eddyvllle Princeton and Fredonla Ky were wrecked by dyna mite At Eddyvllle citizens were awakened by the shock of the explosion which shattered windows over a wide radius Bloodhounds were secured and followed the trail of the wreckers 10 miles Into Caldwell coun ty Several months ago trust wart houses In the southern part of Ken tucky were dynamited and growers who sold tobacco to the trust received warning messages from the nIght- riders Platte to Live Apart New York Nov 15Unlted States Senator Thomas Collier Platt and his beautiful young wife who before her marriage to the senator was Mrs Llillan T Janeway signed an agreement of separation The Platts have been living apart since they had a bitter quarrel six weeks ago Ann ancial settlement satisfactory to Mrs Platt accompanies the separation articles and there will be no divorce proceedings Mrs Platt it Is understood Is to receive 10000 a year dur ng her lifetime and retain Tioga lodge In Highland Mills where she Is tow living Result of Old Feud Mayklng Ky Nov 15 According 10 a report received from lower Elk- Horn creek east of here a desperate battle was fought there between William Mitchell and Esau Moore on one ilde and George Adams and Henry Mullins on the other In a dispute over a land division Twentyfive shots were fired According to the eport Esau Moore was killed and ienry Mulllns was desperately wounded Further trouble Is feared ilthough officers have gone to the ceno to quell the outbreak which is he result of an old feud Disputed Indian Territory Land Washington NOT 13In the su iremo court of the United States So Icltor General Hoyt filed a motion on behalf of the government to dismiss he case of the state of Kansas versus he United States for possession of the Indian territory land claimed toIhave been granted to the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad estimated to be worth upwards of 10000000I The motion was based on the contention that tho state of Kansas has no substantial Interest In the caseINegro Sank Falls Greenville S C Nov HTheVorklngmens Savings and Loan com pony of this city tho only negro bank ng institution In tho state closed its doors by order of the state bank ex miner Careless bookkeeping Is said to be the causo of the banks embarrassment Tho capital stock was 14000 Mad Dogs at Large Ravennla 0 Nov 13Mad dogsI are legion In southard Portage countyI Fhe have been killed In a week and thurs are at large Many dogs and other animals have been bitten and an epidemic of rabies Is feared The whole countryside is now on the lookout for mad dogs and cattle with rabies t mstS mlftal fim ir 1I tIjj 1i AREYDUIftOMI I MISSOURI II We can convince you of a few things if you are We can give you as much I and then a little more of a general line of Merchandise as any body and we Ican and will give you the biggest bargains in our bargain specials as anybody I Special Bargains Beginning NowLadies and I Misses and Childrens CloaksT- heseI are the specials for the present We have some excellent offerings in these goods that we going to offer to our customers now and the first to come will be t ie first served liare means a great saving to you on winter Cloaks We still1C D lier Cent Reductionhave a nice line of these goods and can furnish them in most Iall sizes and popular colorsI8 I 400 C for KS 340 I 750 CLOAKS 625 468 553 CLOAKS our prices on Mens Womens and Childrens Overshoes These goods are the I and Red Star grand A look at these goods will convince anyone that they Igoods and well worth their price Felt Boots one buckle at 275 I Felt Boots two buckles high tops I Mens Rubber Boots at 375 All Rubber Arctics at 2 Cloth top fleeced lined 180 I Womens Arctics 1 iW 1 RAYMOND Several new cases of mumps After several weeks visit with her sister Mrs Wm Compton and children returned to her homo at Garfield last Friday Mr Ottis Stiff is all smiles over the arrival of a new boy at his houseMiss Dee Basham of Clover port spent Sunday at Leon Cash mensMrs Malissa Knott spent Sun day at her fathers at Frymire Jerry Basham has bought what is known as the Head farm and will move there in the near future OLTO JAseer You Hire Alwip Botidd i of thoa11 TARFORK Mr and Mrs O W Rice were in Cloverport Tuesday L C Taul of McQuady was here last Sunday the guest of Len Kennan and wife Uncle Jack Ewlett of Jolly is making regular weekly visits to this neighbor hood his former home Cave Spring Church had a called meeting the 10th inst and called Rev Geo Jones of Pellville to the Pastorate Bro Jones and his daughter are ex pected in this vicinity Saturday before the 4th Sunday in November Corn gathering is the order of the day and it is generally inferior a great deal of it being rotten Allen Newby who moved recently to the Poor house farm at Hardinsburg for plausible reasons returned to their farm last week He having assigned the duties as Poor house keeper to Mr Elder who formerly occupied the place Mrs Henry Hook of Hardinsburg and her daughter Mrs Needham of Meade County were visiting her son Ed Hook recently Anna Gould Divorced From Bonl Paris Nov 14The court today granted an absolute divorce to Anna Gould Countess do Castellane from Count Boni do Castellane giving her the custody of the children The children may not be taken out of the jurisdiction of the French courts without the consent of their father All costs must be be paid by Count Boni 550CLOAKS 1850 CLOAKS 7221 fat stood the 25 years Sales over One fond sl this of to you1 Pq EackMe4 with tvwy frottte k aTtat CttMduxe of tBUdt Uvw 9m I rGET READY Already we urb Ixylng aside some very attractive places for Christmas to thu wise Is suf select something nice and let us hold It fur you for Christ mas deltrcry W J Schopp Stephensport Dont Talk The following from the sensible pen and sensitive soul of Hon J M Rich ardson is characteristic of him and in keeping with a lifetime work for the party It is well that every Democrat who neglected his duty should read it as they may better understand the character of the man they helped to and the entreaty of the editor of The Times to all his friends in the Third congressional dis trict is Dont talk Thesuccessof the Democratic party is infinitely more to be desired than that of any man Dissensions and knives have never yet won victories for any cause Harmony and peace between Dem ocrats we must have despite the self evident fact that no sheep led to the slaughter was ever more cruelly and brutally butchered than was the Dem ocratic congressional nominee in the Third Kentucky district by those who should have been his friends Mere Sightseers The chief trouble of the says exGovernor Brady of Alaska is lack of variety in their food One day a young fellow fresh from his lot into Seattle and entered a hotel II me some pork and beans was his request The food was brought Now bring me tliree dozen oysters The waiter complied With the two dishes before him the minor proceeded to sayroll pork and beans you have boon very friendly to me nil my days in Alaska You have stood by me like good fellows Now stand by me and see me cat oysters Boston Van Alstyne In New York t Mr David Van Alstyne a Master Mechanic of the Route at this place has been ap pointed Manager of the BroQks Locomotive Works at Dunkirk New York I 1050 887 highgrade Womens Half Arctics Jersey cloth Dover toe 90c- Womens Star Brand Rubbers 70c Womens NoxAll Blizzard 55c Childrens and Misses Overshoes running from 50c to 90c Mens Leggings running in prices from 60c to 150 II BF BEARD CO mfSjj iMIm1I jfllJJflBiMlllmrlS CLOAKS test Annual Half J- Itottl record No Cure No SOl Grv Loots presentsin miners turned Bring Herald former shops 650 Mrs Abe Bennett is on the sick list E J Stallmann was in town Sunday Scott Cunningham went to Louisville Sunday to buy goods J F Jarboe went to Troy and Rock port Saturday on business Lucian Manning went to Louisville last week J B Frymire has completed his new dwelling and is now living in it Master Gerald Jarboe spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs L H Bosley G B Cunningham attended the Farmer Institute at Tobinsport Thursday and Friday Mrs Thos Smith who has been in Henderson for some time returned home MondayMiss Nellie Lee Gilliland spent one night last week with Mrs Bert Cun ningham Thos Smith has sold his property and will soon move to Stephensport- On account of bad weather the box supper is to be postponed until Satur day November 24 at Cunningham schoolhouse Marriage of Popular Young Couple to fake Place November 28 Irvington Ky Nov 20Speclal Mr and Mrs Taylor Dowell announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Ethel Dowell to Mr Charlie H Hawes which will take place at the home of the bride on Wed nesday evening Nov 28 at six oclock The brideelect is a well known young lady and is quite popular among her acquaintances The prospective bride groom is the son of Mr and Mrs George Hawes of Owenshoro They will make Irvington their home after the first of November Enjoyable Musical The Musical given last Tuesday night under the direction of Mrs L T Reid for the benefit of The Epworth League enjoyedbyThe News one year one dollrr 0 d I125OcL KS 106311 INotlce famousI IMens at at HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY fIII lIIIHII Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Average Does meritMDMJ slaughterThe Henderson CHENAULT HAWESDOWELL Cold Tea For Typhoid Fever While carrying out a series of ex periments to ascertain whether the micrococcus melitensis which is sup posed to be the cause of Malta fever would survive in milk when added to tea Major J G McNaught of the Royal Army Medical Corps recently made an investigation into the action of cold tea upon the bacillus typhosus the germ which causes typhoid fever The results of his experiments showed that in five hours the micrococcus melitensis was completely destroyed and in the case of the bacillus typhosus contact with the cold tea for four hours greatly diminished the number of the bacilliand at the expiration of twenty hours none of the bacilli could be re covered from the tea He considers the experiment of very great interest with reference to the iquestion of the use of cold tea as substitute for water in the soldiers can teens as a safeguard against typhoid infectionWhen it is remembered that the Chinese who habitually use cold tea as a beverage in place of waterare almost immune from this dread disease which destroys so many Americans and Euro peans may not reasonably suppose in view of the experiments above mention ed that the drinking of tea In place of water may have the effect of destroy ing the germs thus making them im mume to the disease Washington Post STATE or OHIO CITY or Toueoo I ss LUCAS 111rFr-ank J Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney k Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of walls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my presence this tith day of December A D 18811II Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ana acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY k CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Balls Family 1llls for constipation r1ovR PRICESA- re competitionproof Whenthey look around and compare quality and prices they usually end by buying at W J Schopps Stephensport rTI r e THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 21 1906 5 i Tutts Pills will save the dyspeptic from many days of misery and enable him to eat whatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHE- cause the food to assimilate and nour ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly SUJM coated Take No Substitute iLOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs Lucy Younger is sick at her homeJno D Babbage went to Cincinnati last week Stuart Owen of West Point was here ThursdayChristmas magazines for sale at the i J OfficeJi ofOwensboroBoyd was here Sunday Raymond May of Louisville is visit ing his parents Conrad Sippel the shoe man carries the best line of shoes Mrs Shelby Conrad will entertain the Girls Club this afternoon Sunday November 25 is Rally Day at the Methodist Sundayschool Mrs John C Jarboe has been the guest of relatives in Hawesville Miss Kate Oglesby was hostess to the Ladies Reading Club last Thursday Mrs W H Bowmer and daughter were visitors in Louisville last week Mrs J M Cordrey leads in the millinery line Best and cheapest is her motto Order monogram paper for your Christmas presents from the News OfficeCapt Rowland has returned from Custer where he spent several days huntingWalter B Oeke has accepted a posi tion in a correspondence school at LexingtonMrs LaNeave and daughter Lucile arrived home from Franklin Tenn Friday Mrs J L Moorman and son Frank l1fwere the guests of relatives in Hawes ville last week Mr and Mrs Owen May are the guests of Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons and other relatives Mr Terry Whitehead of Cannelton was in Clovsrport on business the latter part of last week Farmers state that a comparatively small acreage of wheat has ben sown in this county this fall Morrison Calhoon dentists ounce downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky For style and comfoct get the Hel mers Betteman Cos shoes at Conrad Sippels the shoe man Have you tried that Lewisport flou yet Every sack guarenteed you will find it at OConnell CosV If bread is the staff of life make it good by using Lewisport flour You will find it at O Connells Taxpayers you should heed the warning of Sheriff Miller in this issue and pay your taxes promptly Ladies call on Mrs J M Cordrey and get the best millinery at the lowest prices Her stock is complete Rev Haynes Presiding Elder will hold quarterly conference here Wednes day night at the Methodist church Mrs Benton Eubanks of Frankfort t arrived home Monday night to visit herI parents Mr and Mrs Robert Polk Mrs J C Jarboe and Mrs J L Moorman were visitors in Hawesville t Ilastweek attending the chrysanthemum 1showMr and Mrs James R Skillman of a Owensboro are here on a visit to Mr f Skillmans parents Mr and Mrs A B Skillman lThe eightyearold son of Mr Jim- a Pleasant died at his home in Tobins port Saturday night after a short illness of diphtheria A years subscription to a good magazine is the best Christmas present one Iscould receive Send your orders for Jmagazines to the News Office Id Mr A R Fisher who has been con I fined to his home for several weeks from sasevere stomach trouble is able to h- elout again and at his place of business II Sheriff Miller notifies the taxpayers in this issue of the News that unless their taxes are paid by November 27 s their land will be sold without further s noticeMisses Eva and Eliza May Ira Behen t j and Lawrence Murray rendered a con = 1 1tata and other selections of music at Farmers Institute held at Tobins port last week The six per cent penalty has been levied on all unpaid taxes Sheriff Miller warns the delinquents to pay their taxes by November 27 else their land will be sold f Misses Clcona Wentherholt Kathrine Moorman Rebecca and Martha Willis left Saturday for Louisville to attend a houseparty given in their honor by Mrs J B Randall Engraved cnrds with a brass plate make a handsome and acceptable Christmas present Orders for same will be promptly filled by Jno D Bab bage Sons Pub Co Mr Harry Hills Master Mechanic of the Louisville and Atlantic R R shops at Richmond Ky was here Saturday and returned home Sunday with his wife and daughter Mr J W Weatherholt and family are spending this week at Ekron Ky The guests of Mr Weatherholts parents Mr Weatherholt is spending the week as a hunting vacation CANNING FACTORY New Enterprise for Hardinsburjj Company is Capitalized at 7000 Hardingburg Ky Nov 20Special Hardinsburg is to have a new indus try It is a canning factory capitalized at 7000 The stockholders have sub scribed the necessary stock a site near the depot has been purchased and the company is now ready tobe incorporated The factory will be erected and the ma chinery installed by the Hastings Industrial Company of Chicago which has been in this business for years Every thing will be in complete readiness by the opening of the canning season The farmers of the community have taken a great interest in the enterprise and the fact that twentyfive of the stockholders are farmers insures success for the un dertaking from the start The business men of the town have also subscribed liberally to the stock of the factory and there is the heartiest cooperation be tween them and the farmers in this busi ness enterprise Mr I B Gable of Evansville Ind worked this matter up and Interested the subscribers in the factory and to his persistency and perseverance is due the fact that we Are to have this manufacturing plant The success of this undertaking is another evidence of the fact that Hard insburg is waking up and beginning to boom herself We have a chance to land at least one other industry which will employ from sixty to seventy hands Cloverpcrt had better look well to her laurels or she will not long wear the name of metropolis of the countyI BISHOP CARTER To Be With United Church Breth ren at Tar Springs Thanks giving- Thanksgiving Day Bishop T C Carter of the south will lay the corner stone of the Church of the United Brethren nt the Tar Springs Dinner will be served to the visitors Turkey and roasted sheep will be served all the visitors at the Tar Springs dining hall It is hoped that everyone that can will be present- It is the purpose of Dr Musgrove who has the work of this church in hand to have Bishop Carter preach in Clover port Sunday following Thanksgiving The Knights of Pithias will assist in the laying of the corner stone Dr Musgrove announces that should the weather not permit the carrying out of the program arranged for Thanks giving day it will be carried out the day following Pretty Home Wedding Miss Sallie Compton and Mr Glen lacy were united in marriage at the home of the brides last Monday at Raymond The bride was very beauti fully attired and carried white chrysanthemums Mr and Mrs Macy left im mediately for Garfield where they will make their home- Dr Taylor to Wed Mr and Mrs James S Venable of Alice Texas have announced the en gagement of their daughter Ola to Dr Richardson Homan Taylor of Ow ensboro The marriage will take place in the near futureOwensboro Mes senger Tobacco Orower From Hancock Mere Mr John Hazlip and son Alford Hazlip tobacco growers of Hancock county were here last Friday on busi ness and visited the News office Mr Hazlip =says the Duncan Local No 3 Union of which he is a mem ber meets every two weeks regularly and has good attendance There are now 40 tobacco growers who have membership in this union and pay their dues promptly Mr Hazlip was dis appointed to learn that so few farmers of Breckenridge had signed the pledge 1tSANTA CLAUS Bunts Claus will make his headquar IYSWeline W J Schopp Stephensport IRVINQTON Mr and Mrs N B Netherton and baby returned Monday after being the guests of relatives at Leitchfield Mrs Nannie Wathen left Wednesday for Louisville where she will be the guest of Miss Emily McAteer for several weeksMrs Blythe has returned to her home near Cloverport after spending a week with her son T R Blythe- D C Heron has accepted a position as lumber inspector in Louisville and left Saturday to take charge of his work Mr Chas Dobbins of Kuttawa Ky was the guest of Mr V 0 Duffin Sun day and Monday Mrs J B Herndon is in Louisville this week with her daughter Eva who is very sick with malaria fever Mr and Mrs Hubert Miller of Cyn thiana Ky after being the guests for a few days of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons returned totheir home Friday The Sunbeam Society will convene at the Baptist church next Sunday after noon and all the little folks are especially urged to comeas the election of officers will take place Mrs F H McGehee was the guest of her sister Mrs Crete Hensely in Har dinsburg last week for a few days Miss Edna Miller left Monday for New Albany Indiana after attending the DowellDowell wedding Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyons are expect ed home this week after a two weeks trip through Oklahoma and Indian Ter ritoryMr Jim St Claire will move his family some time this next week to Hardinsburg where he has a position as road supervisor on the county road Little Miss Helen Board was the hostess at a dinner given in honor of her third birthday last Sunday Mr Roy Wolfe returned to Bedford Indiana Monday after a business trip here Mr V 0 Duffin will ship his stock of goods to Russellville Ky this week and take charge of a dry goods store there Mr Duffin has only been with us a few months and he has many friends here that regret very much that he is going awayThe Robinson Amusement Co were here six days last week and gave a street fair The shows were all good and large crowds attended but owing to the in clemency of the weather on Wednesday and Saturday the Carnival people were not able to perform It was under the management of Mr Bryant who is a through gentlemen in every respect in fact every one connected with the Car nival conducted himself in a manner that pleased and won the people They left Saturday for Louisville where they ex pect to spend the winter Mr Owen Keys of Webster moved his family into the vacant house known as the Browns property on Caroline street last Tuesday Mr Keys has a position at the supply house The Union Thanksgiving services will be held at the Presbyterian church by the Rev W J Thompson next Thursday November 29 at eleven oclock Mr and Mrs James Smith and child ren Mr and Mrs Charlie Simmons and Mr Jim King left Tuesday for Ok lahoma prospecting Need a good cathartic A pill is best Say a pill like DeWitts Little Early Risers About the most reliable on the market Sold by All Druggists HURT IN RUNAWAY rAlva Bland of lUtes Run Is Se verely Injured Alva Bland of Hites Run was seriously injured in a runaway accident Monday Ho was on his way to Cloverport and was driving a two horsa team The wagon was loaded with lumber and in descending a steep grade ran upon the horses scaring them and causing a runaway Bland was thrown from the wagon to the ground His head struck a rock cutting a severe gash just above the right ear He was brought to town where the injury was dressed Thirteen stitches were required to sew up the wound FOR SALE 83 23 Acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport Will Sell Reasonable For particulars address W L NOELL Cloverport Ky w A Positive CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Glees Relief at Once It cleanses soothes the heals disease mem brane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEVERstores DrutgisteEly Brothers CO Warren Street New York fff ggDRi TAYLOR j Representing Jj TAYLOR KEENE m DENTISTS m OFOWEN8BOROYi1 Will be In Cloverport on the A J eachJf Will be In Hardinsburg on the TI19th 20th and 21st of each ID month Dr Incheloes office Y3TJYT T 7JY TA 3T T3T T FKASTROLIThe tor Oil Same Price W2 Same Strength lTastes Good IISEVERS DRUG C- OWants I r lWHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS Advertisements inserted under this head at one cent a word per week CAIIM FOR SALE102 acres two miles sonth1 of IrvltiBton Modern buildings one onIyTIE MAKERS WANTED WANTEDSO or 40 Tie Makers to work on tractof land near Hums ICy John Miller Is there to show the timber and give Instructions A It Cumpf Louis ville Ky Sw ANTEDSalesman to look otter our Interests In Iireckenrldge and adjacent counties Salary or commission Address Lincoln Oil Co Cleveland Ohio FOR SALE6Sucres river bottom Good HenryTatefANTEOFresh mill cowJohn Welsen burg SAIE An Ideal cash register for suleKor Particulars write to The Hrecken ridge News Clovcnwrt Ky FOR SALE UK RENT FOR SALE on RENTMy farm of 209 ucros mile arid a halt tram HardlnsburR preferredwriteTeat FOR SALEA beautiful tea set decorated in gold or green and pink F300 rtreckenrlago News Ofllce u flowersII COU SALEIS shares hack stock1 llabbaRO Attorney ot Law Cloverport FOR SALEl OIoverportly- WANTEDGentleman + arms Adkisson Bros 3c or lady with good rllfor37200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Cloverport JyI FOR SALEA tuition certificate In the Business College BreckenridgeNews SALE toe acres of land laying on the branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn Id acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Trice 1500 cash For further particulars write the Brcckenrldge News Cloverport Ky- WANTEDTO trade fruit trees for lumber on Jno D BubbaRO Clo verport Ky COH SALE A Singer Machine In good re 1 pair for 18 News ofllce Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville K- yRaw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market pjice for all kinds of Furs Every Trapper and Fur denier should write us at once for Price List and our New Plan Address B F Wilson Fur Co TuscoIoL Ills PARKERSHAIR BALSAM Cleat r and briutlficf the halt 1romuUl k taiurUM troth GrayUatrCui4 alp dliMMi ft hair main focanditaet Dninrtai i MEET ME AT NOLTES H Are You Ready for Crimp Q The recent cold rains indicate that soon real winter will prevail We are prepared to supply you with 1mOver Coats Flannel Shirts Rubber I Shoes Arctics Leather and Felt Boots wJmJToques Tam OShanters Outing Cloth and Flanneletts Blankets Comforts mf 00 Underwear Hosiery and other good warm things Come to us IJ C Nolte Si Bro ICloverport KyJ for Been and of the But lest yon you if you ever had it tell you it is the It more to the sack It the satisfactory and It is reliableonly best and most permittedTry it MAKERSaInd Capital Steel Range for sale Q 25 00here at p I Warming Closets and Reservoirs Kentucky Oak Heaters 450 at Drum Stoves we will sellI you 17 Pratts Poultry Food sale here Index Paint sale here McGIothlan Piggott Irvington No Waiting Here muchIIJust tell us how fhavef ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready you Thats the thing you were unable to get so quick before Let us have your order today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Ky Take Laxative Quinine MIIoa soW In put 13 months TftiS You Have Told again virtues of CADICKSGOLD FLOURwhich could not do used we Best Brand of Flour made makes loaves makes most bread rolls cakes pastries thoroughly the nutri C 2 for for New ServiceVIA HENDERSON ROUTE 145 and 140 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND t Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p mt and patrons can re main in sleeper until 730 a m We respectfully solicit your J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE KY COLUMBUS JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Open lay and nlplit Hates 1100 per day no 0 0 The Breckenridge News and Louisville Daily Herald one year for 2 t To Cure a Cold in One Day Bromo Tablets Seven boxes Signature again forget Trains EVANSVILLE patronage- L HOTEL Owensboro Ky the CUM Grip 11V Two Days on every bcx25c i Y b THE nRECKENRIDOE NEWS CLOVEPORT KY NOVEMBER 21 1906 DO YOU GET UP WITH A LATHE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sue to know of the wonder ul eL cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot ILILthe great bladder kidney remedy medlr teenth triumphOft century di I covered byDrafter years nrnt kidney and blad der specialist and lIs wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been teste In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful 1 every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this pace who have not already tried it have k sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to liver of may i oonregular fifty cent ad Borne of swampHoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mlstakebut remembcrjtho name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address ninghumton N Y is on every bot- tleThe YouthsI CompanionFOR MEMBER OF THE FAMILY iJHEvolume for 1907 will an amount of good reading equivalent to twenty 4oopage books history fiction science biography and miscellany costing ordinarily 150 each Sample Copies of The Youths Companion and Announcement for 1907 will be sent to any address free Every New Subscriber who cuts out and tends this slip atonce with name and address and 173 will receive N- NFREEAll the issues of The Companion for the ThanksgivIngDoubleNumbersFourLeafHanglnand gold and The Companion for the 52 weeks of 19078 library of the best reading for every member of the family Slfi 290In cub and many other special getnewTat Younrs COMPANION BOSTON MASS New subscriptions received at this office The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS nlernlilionalDictionary IularIlIonrdetailh latloceralldgeuurattrtallejatlollmI work that tans upon arettgdlaht 1 and the Ulctinaryasl l I edited in every detail has been cornilvd In meatthe1 KonerHlliin which clcmumU mure of itopulur generationtlwtcimtnliitvlH rotortoI orIliaclellnltlonwill LIe the source of constant iifurcmCHARLES C XOTT Chbf Jartfeo WELDOXWHS llTol J rFFttp ARLIs I 1I0WIIT J47- 114 almve refers to WEltSTEIFS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE the higher award was given ilot lie Interim Uouul ut the uIJ1llIir M IOUH GET THE LATEST AND BEST rntl will litintcrattiltn our jUillllUtlf stnt free f Vi G C MERRIAM CO nSSiiPUB- LISHERS MCTIO4Kr SPRINGFIELD MASS ELECTRIC ElJEfirnD8KlDNEYS itovs7vtaT Arrives at Colon Panama After an Uneventful Voyage Colon Nov 15Tho first trip of an American president outside of the boundaries of the United States was successfully concluded when tho bat tleship Louisiana having on boats I President Roosevelt and his party dropped anchor In the harbor of Colon The Louisiana which arrive ahead of schedule time was convoye by the Tennessee and the Washing anchorssd about a mile from the dock during a heavy rain fall President Amador and other offi cials of the republic arrived In the evening from Panama and were re ceived on board the Louisiana The greetings were cordial President Amador and party were accompanied by Chief Engineer Stevens Commis sioner Shonts Executive Secretary Rend and Mr Squlers the America- d minister The president Invited the local newspaper correspondents to hinInvitation was accepted by the editor of the Colon Independent the editor of the Jamaica Gleaner and the repre sentative of a press association The president said the voyage down had been pleasant and uneventful He ex pressed himself ai gratified at the welcome being prepared for him on shore and said he Intended to see everything possible for himself In con nection with the canal during his three days stay on the Isthmus The president spoke at length with Mr Dellsher editor of The Gleaner re garding the question of Jamaican labor here and promised to look int the matter thoroughly The new Pure Food and Drug La- I will mark it on the label of every Coug Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifytng or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as male for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of nil opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babeand it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe andreliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Lethe t law bo your protection Wecheer fully recommend and sell it Severs Uraktt Kngs at BIt tIstd Bluefield W Vs Nov HTom Miller a workman at the Mason and companIonsIduring a dispute over a game of cards nt Oakvale After the shooting he es caped The men who wore killed are Abraham Arters and William Deals both employed at the camp Constable Burosult at the United States Coal and Coke company shot and killed threo of the companys negroes Tho officer to protect himself was com palled to shoot them The shooting was the result of a drunken brawl which the officer tried to stop Buro suit will not be arrested Good fo everythi ig a salve is used for and especially recommended for piles That is what we say of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve On the market for yeais and a standby in thousands of families Get DeWitts Sold by All Druggists Guilty of Rebating New York Nov HjThe New Yoi Central and hHudson River railroad company was convicted In the United States court of granting a rebate o 20000 to the American Sugar Re fining company and the trial of th latter company for accepting that sum as rebate will begin at once lr the same court The jury was ou about two hours and Immediate upon the announcement of Its vcrdic of guilty counsel for the defendai company moved to set aside the ver dict which Judge Holt prompty deniedHeart HeartWeakness The action of the heart depends upon the heart nerves and muscles When from any cause they become weak or ex hausted and fail to furnish sufficient power the heart flut ters palpitates skips beats and in its effort to keep up its work causes pain and distress such as smothering spells short breath fainting pain around heart arm and shoul ders The circulation is im peded and the entire system suffers from lack of nourishment Dr Miles Heart Cure makes a heart strong and vigorous by strengthening these nerves and musclesI palpitation and pain around my heart and the doctors said It was inctrable I dont believe It now for after taking six bottles of Dr Miles Heart Cure three bottles of the Nervine I and three boxes of the Nerve and Liver Pills I am entirely cured and I feel better than I have for five years t and It Is all due to these remedies I want you to know that your medicines mired me It relieved me from the first dose and I kept right on till the pain In my chest was gone and I kept on feeling better even after I quit 1 taking II JOIN II SHERMANII Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It fallIhe will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart I- aaIll NARROW ESCAPE titan Falls Under Rapidly Moving Train George Gray n well known store keepergauger had a narrow escape from being killed by an L H and St Triplettd ndtrip up the road and attempted to jump from the train at Triplett street as his home is only a short distance away to save the walk from the union station In jumping his overcoat caught and threw him under the wheels and but for a great effort on his part he would have been killed The wheel ran over his left foot almost severing several toes from the foot ko one on the train knew of the accident He was able to homenMr Gray will not be able to resume his work for some time and is confined habitsof jumping from the train at Triplett street crossing for some time Owens bore Messenger Mr Gray is well known in this county where he lived for several years He is a brotherinlaw of Mr Payton Scott of this city The Ideal Family Laxative is one that can be used by the entire family young and old weak and strong without any danger of harmful effects It should have properties which insure the same dose always having the same haveoto be increased and finally lose its effect altogether These properties can be remedyh are of the purest herbal extracts and every pill Is kept for three years before being sold which allows them to mellow We do not believe there is a laxative on the market that is so carefully made Brandreths Pills are the same fine laxative tonic pill your prandparents used They have been in use for over a centuryand are sold in every drug and medicine store either plain or sugar oated Awarded Valuable Lands Topoka Inn Nov 1Thousands of acres of tho most valuable farm land in Kansas together with a large amount of land located in towns and cities of the state Is given to the Mis souri Kansas and Texas railroad by a decision handed down by the Kansas supreme court in the case of the rail way company against one Watson In July I860 congress granted to the Union Pacific Railroad company southern branch now the Missouri Kansas and Texas Railway company n right of way 200 feet wide from said railway to the south line of the state a distance of about 150 miles Afterwards patents were issued to private persons for land through which the railroad runs without ex cepting the right of way The per sons holding these patents have treat ed the right of way as being only 100 feet wide INHERITANCE TAX Among the Measures to Be Advocated by the President Washington Nov 13A tax upon inheritances government supervision of nil corporations engaged In Inter state commerce and a divorce law will constitute the important recommendations In President Roosevelt message to congress which meets on December 14 Before leaving for Pan ama the president completed the draft of his message which has since been printed The president places the greatest stress upon the Importance of a federal check on the growth of groat fortunes in this country and he has been assured by eminent Jurists that Inheritance legislation Is within the power of congress Corn Crop Bulletin Washington Nov 12The prelim inary returns to the crop estimating board of the department of agriculture according to a bulletin Just Is sued shows the production of corn In 190G to be 2881096000 bushels or an average of 302 bushels to the acre as compared with an average yield of 288 bushels estimated in 1905 TheI general average as to the quality It 899 as compared with 906 last year It Is estimated that about 44 per cent of the corn crop of 1905 was still In the hands of tIle farmers on Nov 1 1906 Peonage Charged Mobile Ala Nov 13The United States grand Jury at Pensacola Fla niter four days session returned in dlctments against twelve persons charging peonago in connection with cases which originated at the Jackson Lumber companys camps several months since All of the alleged peonage cases originated when the company Imported from New York a large numbor of foreigners to work In its lumber camps at a time when labor was scarce Dinner to Hearst Now York Nov 13A complimen tary dinner was given to William Randolph Hearst at Delmonlcos by Lewis Stuyvesant Chanlor W S Jack son John S Vhalon Julius Hauser and F W Shone his associates on the Democratic and Independence League state tickets Besides Mr Hearst there was 26 other guests all withhimgovernor HAS STOOD THBTEST 23 YEARS I The 0IdyOrljlnalOROVE8 Tasteless Chit are taking ItIs iron and quinine In a tasteless formNo cure w PST Me C n 1 I I JaTTDellvery Toledo O Nov 12Re4 McGuire who Is charged with the murder of Marshal Thornton of Perrysburg escaped from the Jail at Bowling Green together with Home Uutler and James Foley two other prisoners held on charges of burglary The men picked the locks of their cells and by tying three blankets together were en abled to drop from a second stor window Fatal Drink of Whisky i Hepklnsville Ky Nov 1tA G yearold daughter of James Cannon a saloonkeeper drank four ounces of whisky from a bottlo she fouad on theI mantel and died of alcoholic poIs- onIng The little girl became unconscious shortly after drinking tho liquor and physicians who labored with her 20 hours were not able to save her life THE MARKETS CHICAGOCattle Common to prim steers 4 007 30 cows n 654 75 heifers U tiO5 00 bulls S3 404 50 stockers and feeders J2 404 60 Sheep and Lnmbs Sheep J3 255 75 lambs 5 507 60 yearlings 5 256 40 13 008 00 Hogs Choice to prim- heavy 6 306 40 medium to road heavy 6 156 25 butcher weights It as J6 40 good to choice mlxeJ JC 05f6 15 packing J6 G06 10 pigs J5 40S II Wheat No 2 red i54t78c CornNo2 46VC OatsNo 2 33VO EAST BUFFALOCattle Good ta choice export cattle 5 35 j6 00 shipping steers J4 806 25 butchers cattle U SO 05 25 heifers 3 004 60 fat cows JS 00- i14 00 bulls j2 6004 2E milkers and sprUiEers J30 0060 00 Sheep mud LambsYearlings J6 006 25 wither5 606 00 mixed J5 600S 75 owed JB 2605 60 spring lambs U 007 60 Calves J8 5008 75 HogsMediums and heavies 16 606 55 Yorker 1C 4601 60 pigs 16 5006 GOjItal U 0005 00 roughs 15 5005 80 PITTSBURQ Cattle Choice S5 760 6 00 prime 15 4005 70 tidy butchers 14 6005 00 heifers 12 504 30 con stags and bulls 12 0001 10 fresh cows 125 00050 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers S5 5005 60 good mixed 5 J00 5 40 Iambs 15 007 CO Veal Calves 16 0008 75 HogsHeavy hogs JS 450 6 60 mediums Yorkers and pigs JS 40 g6 45 CLEVELANDCattle Prime dry fe 15 2r11f 5 60 choice fat steers U 7505 00 heifers J3 0004 00 fat cows J2 000 3 00 bulls 2 0002 50 milkers and springer 115 00046 00 Sheep nnd Lambs Choice lambs S7 2507 30 wethers 15 OOQj 60 5 28 Cnlves IS 00 down Hogs York irs and pigs 16 35g6 40 mediums 6 40 06 45 roughs 16 5005 90 stags U 50 US 00 CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 7647 77c Corn No 2 mixed 4S0481C Oats No 2 mixed 36H038c Ilye No 2 6- 8IFoe tsrd9 00 f9 in Bulk meats f9 2 Bacon JO 374 HnZs5 3006 4- 5Cattle2 0005 40 Sheep 12 2804 60 LambsJ4 50ff7 6- 5BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva pin XX and above 33 4034c X 31032c No 1 40041c No 2 3S039p fine un 351t136c I and Kentucky Bombing I blood 33034r TOLEDO Wheat 77Uc corn 4Xe oats 3i4c rye 66ct cloverseed IS 2u OH North Lima 90c South Lima andI Indiana II 7 ertvn i PlJnoa sliiy OLIN DOA PUll je9m YI3iTaIII 70 To Cheer Him The wife of his bosom was going to leave him for a fortnight and Fltz Tomklns was trying his very best to look sad My dear he said choking back a chuckle with his handkerchief and wip ing his eyes I hardly like to think eveningwillI shall have no one to talk to George said Mrs Fltz surveying him with a marble eye I have pro vided for your comfort In this as In every other way When you return home you will find dear mother there She will remain till I come back and keep you company In the evenings GeorgeAnd as the train slowly glided out of the station the guard wondered why 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In a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 pages six by nine inches It Is printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with em bossed cover and beautifully Illustrated with photos ot the building faculty Interior views etcItofthelecharming scenes from the worldlamed parks that surround our beautiful city It schoolInI enable you to decide between good and atree lTHOSl BIQQLE I A Farm Library of unequalled valueIPracticalUplodate I ComprehensIve BOOKS I No IBIQdLE HORSE BOOK All about Jloraesa Commonsense morethanNo All 2 BIQQLE BERRY BOOK ntsIhowBeautifull No 3BldQLE POULTRY BOOK r i exintencetellsCents No 4 BIQQLE COW BOOKtieditionColoredCents No SBIQQLE SWINE BOOK DlseueIelcNo 6BIQQLE HEALTH Giles remedies and uptodate nOOKInecessity Extremely practical No 7 BiaQLE PET nOOKIklndiandhowNo 8 BIQQLE SHEEP BOOK Cover adlice r Farm Journal 1oldI I 1 hitIhenall on lhe headqultsftercou have sa61 It Farm and UnitedpStatesotAmericahsvinr MIIIIAny thevPAR JOURNAL and t R a yeARs remalnderof 1906 1m and IDIO sent by mall to any address for A DOLLAR and HILL all of 1907luos Sample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing DlddLO BOOKS free COmPHITIDSWBU 4 a y c a y- y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 21 1906 7 i- jj FEARFUL PAINS 1i SUGGESTIONS HOW WOMEN MAY FIND RELIEF y t lt PJijSsNelieHo eWIAT H7M I While no woman is entirety free from periodical suffering it docs not seem to be the plan of nature that women shpuld suffer so severely This is a vitalityWhenwhich should be set right or it will lead to a serious derangement of the organismThousands have testified in grateful letters to Mrs Plnkham VegetableYpains and irregularities It provides a safe and sure way of escape from distressing and dangerous weaknesses and diseases The two following letters tell so con rincingly what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will do for women they cannot fail to bring hope to thousands of sufferers Miss Nellie Holmes of 540 N Division Street Buffalo N Y writes Dear Mrs Finkham II Your modlclne is Indeed an Ideal medicine I withIphysiciansbutt east advised me to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I did so and no longer suffer as Idld before My periods are natural generalhealthlsmuchlmproved who suffer to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound Mrs Tillie Hart of Larimore N D writesDear Pinkbam II I might have been spared many months of suffering and pain had I only known of the efficacy of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Ask Mrs Pinkhams AdriccA WWH Compound sooner for I have tried so many remedies without help I dreaded the approach of every month as it meant so much pain and suffering for me but after I had uSed the Compound two months I became regular and natural and am now perfectly well and free from pain I am very grateful for what Lydia E Pinkbams Vegetable Compound has done for me Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing evidence that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound stands without a peer as a remedy for all the distressing ills of womenThe success of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound rests upon the wellearned gratitude of American womenWhen women are troubled with pain or irregularities displacements or ul ceration of the organs that bearing down feeling inflammation backache bloating or flatulency general debil ity indigestion and nervous prostra ion or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude ex citability Irritability nervousness sleeplessness melancholy they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles Refuse tobuyanyother medicine for you need the best Dont hesitate to write to Mrs Plnkham if there is anything about your sicknessiou do not understand you with kindness and her advice is free No woman ever regretted writing her and she has helped thousands Address Lynn Mass IUI Best Understands a Womans Ills I r of 300 Home 1 100 100 11 500 t News 100 sa GOSIIANG IT Said Farmer Dill Parcells When Cows Formed Tobacco Habit Theyll be Smoking Cigarettes Next Kent Conn Nov 18Thu cows in this part of Connecticut are a progres sive lot Early in tho fall they nearly all had stomachache from eating too many apples Now they have got to chewing tobacco Goshang it said Bill Parcefls theyll be smokin cigarettes next Theres too much education floating around Im off Old man Roberts who has a tobacco plantation near South Spectacle Lake inttoduced the chewing habit among the cows After he had cut his tobacco he turned his Jerseys into the field to see if they would eat the stalks For years the farmers had been afraid to do it but Roberts said hed take the chance as it was a shame to let such big green stalks go to waste Roberts cows ate all the stalks and mooed for more Their milk was not affected either in color or taste The good news spread and now everbodys cows in the Housatonic Valley arc chewing the real cud Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal catarrh bay fever or cold In the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensitive membranes that line the air pis sages It is made to cure the disease not to foot the patient by a short deceptive relief There is no cocaine nor mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute tor Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell It Price 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Died Last Week Mrs Ed Montgomery of St Law rence died of congestion of the brain Sunday She had been married about two years and a husband and one child survive her She was a daughter of Andrew Kennedy of Hancock County The funeral will take place Tuesday at 9 a m from St Lawrence Catholic church and interment in the church burying ground Owensboro Inquirer d AbT C7 R iABears KiflL N Hal i Aiwsre Bwc SIgnatuii I 4rof h 11 The Breckenridge News I I Greatest Magazine Bargain of the Year including the biggest magazines at the littlest prices We can save you 40 per centjinjstandard magazine subscriptions if you accept this offer now k fi 40 Per Cent Saved II Review Reviews Womans Companion Success Magazine Breckenridge Regular Price600 theTho OUR PRICE I Only I 5360I thepySend in your order today Do it now This offer will bo withdrawn A jIThe Breckenridge News 3 Cloverport Ky i rTHE NEW IDEA TilE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUBH SYRUP ENNEDYNDi AR U Mores the Bowels Best for ChildrenRedcleverwossenonEferrBorne u a cures arl constlpatfnjr especially those containing Opiates Kennldia LuaU Honey and Tar 1110 tht bowels contains Opiates A For Sla by all Druggists M t ci M BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column Frank Crawford many years a momber of Tim Enquirer staff died at Cincinnati of diphtheria- M Coram treasurer of the French colony of Tahiti was placed underI arrest on a charge of embezzling col onlal funds Two children of William Whitley and a farm laborer burned to deatl1I In a fire that destroyed the Whitley home near Goodland Ind Dick Crafton was found guilty and given a life sentence at Bedford Ky for the murder two years ago of Em mett Stucker of Madison Ind Standard 011 company of Now Jersey declared a quarterly dividend of 10 a share or the same amount as was declared at this time last year T L Lary pleaded guilty to tho embezzlement of 7000 from the First National bank of West McLennoa county Texas and was sentenced to serve five years John J Schellck patient In the In sane hospital at Toledo 0 hanged himselfFive workmen were Injured when a 100foot span of a railroad bridge at Loveland 0 fell Into the Little Miami river Pecan crop of Mexico Is almost a total failure Last year over 50 car loads of the nuts were shipped to thllIUnited States and this year only one Frederick Rutter a clerk was suffo cated and Andrew DIckson also a clerk was Injured probably fatally I IIa threestory tenement house nro la BrooklynFire Sheffield Tenn destroyed the stores of B Shlelberger and Shef field Drug company Slight damage was also done to the Christian church Loss 6500 Judge Landls In federal court at Chicago directed the entry of an order by virtue of which Mrs Jane Dowle is granted the MacDhul prop perty at White Lake Mich Fall catch of whalebone will notI exceed 20000 pounds according to ad vices received from the Arctic fleet Vincent Moore 55 and son Ray mond 11 wore burned to death in their home five miles from Paoli Ind John Potts and wife were badly burned and their two children Blanche 2 and Robert 4 wore burned to death in a fire at the Potts home near Washington Ind Armed bandits held up the Overland Limited westbound at Carlin Nov and escaped with the suit cases of passengers and the mon y sack of Conductor Conn E R Derry treasurer of Augusta tGa Real Estate and Bluldlng aseo elation was indicted on a charge of embezzling from the association a sum approximating 100000 Dead bodies of Mrs R H Neal 41 a widow and of William Bates a quadroon were found near Baton Rouge La Coroner decided Bates killed the woman and took his own life E J Ohran captain of the state fish commission steamer Oliver H Perry was drowned at PutlnBay Reese Wiggles 53 who declared he was the smallest man In the worldI died at a retreat near Wllkosbarre PaIIto way but 37 inches tall Rev Solomon Lindsey 83 one of the boat known Methodist ministers In Ohio died at the home of his daughter at Mnrysvllte O A bomb was thrown at Mayor Rein bot at Moscow Relnbot was not hurt He quickly pulled a revolver and shot and killed the man who threw the bonjb At Carlisle Pa Clarence Ilgenfitz 20 shot his sweetheart Mary Kuts and committed suicide Because they were first cousins Miss Kutz refused to marry him Fire at Mobile Ala destroyed the big sawmill plant of Hieronymus Brothers sparks from which Ignited the plant of the Mobile Hardware company seven blocks away Loss 60000 fireiLoss 75000 Robert L Slack and Jackson But terfield were killed by a train near Portsmouth O Jacob Stapman shot and killed his wife in the market at Harrisburg Pa Had been living apart Engleer Mason and Fireman Haden killed In wreck of passenger train on Little Rock Monroe road near Monroe La Engine struck cow At Toledo 0 10yearold son of Henry A Pilhod accidentally shot and instantly killed Lottie 12yearold daughter of James E Plllold presi dent of tho Toledo Heubner Brewln companyTrial of the charges agalnst the various packing companies of Chicago ender indictment alleging a combi latlon in restraint of trade and com merce has been postponed until De somber 10- Samuel J Kitson 58 well known iculptor died in New York Mrs Catherine Stauffer widow murdered by a burglar at Lamberts rllle Pa- Mount Culebra 40 miles west of Trinidad Col is reported in a state of truptlon Failures in United States during tho week 146 same week last year 163 Canada 23 last year 30 F THE l Fifth Avenue Ij HOTELi I Louisville Ky d PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr tr J I block onIJI theatres fromII IIStreet cltvjh r May A Griffin REAL ESTATE andkindlyshould they wish to buy sell any kind of property We feel with a wide acquaintance and the knowledge we have of the Real Estate values attention Yours truly M A f GRIFFINOf- fice 324 12 St Ann St Both Phones 358 Owensboro L Beautiful Complexions Return this with 50 one cent stamps 25 one cent stamps with the names and addresses of twenty ladies and learn how have lovely natural color long you live Thismethod is now being cosmetiestbleachesl and discolorations disappear forever under this method Women and girls who wish to be beautiful will be taught the simple laws of beauty and they will learn how tho most beautiful women in Paris guided and controlled by Master Gypsy and Greek minds appeared upon the scene played the game of life and carried everything before them with their bright eyes and unrivalled complexions L MOC LEY 1133 BROADWAY NEW YORK L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 1M Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport onlyarrivesNo liZ Dully Mall and Kxpress leaves Clo stationslartiTrain No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 418 p m stops all way stations atLouisvilleaccommodation WEST BOUND accommodatlozleavltSvIlia 900 a m expressleavesatIlawosvilleStanley Henderson and Evansville arrive Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvlllu 1030 p in stops all stations No U5datly Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1111yP arrives EvunsvIllel3S A lIawllsvllleOwensboru betweenLuulsvtllecars and reclining chair cars trains 146 and 146 between Louisville ai d Louts Fords ille Branch EAST BOUND loavesFordsvillea mTrain leavesFordsvlllep w Train No 0 Sunday only Pordi vlllo630a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irviugton 650 a m arlves Fordsvlllo 245 pm Train No5 Dally loaves lrvln ton 650 m arrives Ioordsvllle 925 pm WOMAN SUFFRAGE The lower House of the Vermont Legislature has passed a municipal woman suffrage bill by a vote of 130 to 25 When Judge Wm H Taft graduated from the High School tho subject of his oration was Woman Suffrage He referred to this fact at Cleveland dur ing the late political campaign The Kentucky Grange at its recent meeting adopted the following res olutlonsWhereas Man and woman stand equal before the law of our laud yet woman has no voice in making the laws of Kentucky therefore be Resolved By the Kentucky State Grange at Lexington assembled this J5th day of October 1906 that we reaffirm the position we have heretofore taken that man and woman should have equal political privileges Mrs Mabel Sayre of Boone county secretary of the Grange Affairs are not altogether satisfactory in the public schools of Louisville Rev Powell said in a recent sermon that there were men on the school board totally unfit for such positions and is difficult to get the right sort of men to run for office of school trustee because men are too busy to attend to the duties of the office The womans Club of the city interesting itself now in school affairs Would not woman trustees be a good thing for Louisville Here is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Syrup Nearly all other cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxative containing JHoney and Tar moves tho bowels Contains no opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Alt Druggists I most centrally located ardITbe hotel the cltym 1200 rato IOnly one from the shopping district and two blocks the principal II the cars pass the door all part I u u C Frank S or that Ky or to a as nc J Ii at St at St M ou St it G is E L it is In to of IIT G EWIS Dialers in SON Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBUR6 KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish mont more uptodnte Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware HollowwareFlatware Gold spectacles I1nda other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautifulllndchellP Sewing Machine Needles to fit all machines Musical instruments and findingsBest and finest repairing of all timepieces OUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO INCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenget tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FIRE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 175CloverportSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 15415fli58 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Snpt Smallest Man Dead Wilkos Barre Pa Nov 12ReleWiggles who declared that he was the smallest man in the world died at a retreat near here aged fiftythroe years He was but thirtyseven inches tall four inches shorter than Gen Tom Thumb Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment It made for Plies alone and it does the work surely and with satisfaction Itch ing painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass Jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by Severs Drug Co S THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 21 1906 EI GOY OF OREGON USES PERUNA IN HIS FAMILY For Colds and- Excellent f Finds It An Remedy w Capitol Uiuidlng seemlire- A Letter From the ExGovernor of Oregon The ExGovernor of Oregon Is an ardent admirer of Peruna He keeps 1 continually in tho house A letter received from him reads aa follows STATE OP OREGON l ErEotrnvK DEPARTMENT The Peruna Medicine Co- Columbus Ohio Dear SIrsI have had occasion to use your Peruna medicine In my tarn lly for colds and It proved to be IIn excellent remedy I have not had 0c ctslon to use It for other ailments Yours very truly W M Lord It will be noticed that the Governo says he has not had occasion to us Peruna for other ailments The reason for this U that most other ailments begin with a cold Using Poruna promptly to rellev colds he protects bis family again other ailments This is what everyother family In tbe United States should do Keep Pernni In the house Used Peruna In the Family Elhj Years e Mrs Josephine Glllen 3J5 Morris St Portland Ore member Patrons of Husbandry writes Peruna has proven Itself of such untold value to us that we are glad to give it due praise We have had it in the home for more than eight years lilt restores health in a few shot weeks takes away headaches and back aches increases the appetite and restores lost nerve force It Is a speclfli for colds and catarrh Every family dhould be provided witl a copy of Dr Hartmans free book on Cnronlc Catarrh Address Dr 3 B llartmau Coumbus Oh- ioSTEPHENSPORT Wm Sargent of Owensboro is visiting his mother Mrs Georgia Sargent J S Adair was called to Fordsvill last week to the bed side of his brother who is very ill J D Babbage was in town last week George and Willie Basham of Elexus Ill are visiting relatives here Mrs J S Adair has returned from HawMvilla to spend the winter here Misses Lillie a d Effie Deictman were at Holts last week visiting friends Mrs Arthur Elaine left Saturday for Paris Tenn to v sit friends Her husband will join her later on The Mozart society met at Mrs R A Skillmans Friday night and those presei were very much delighted with the music Miss Pauline Moorman deserves muce credit indeed for the progress of her pupils both on the violin and piano H S McCoy and son Harry of Louis ville came down Sunday Mr McCoy lift Tuesday for Benzon Arizona Godfrey Haswell of Hardinsburg was the guest of Mr and Mrs McCubbins SundayMrs Ed Stites was called to Tell City last week to the bed side of her brothers wife Jerome Rayborne who has since died Mrs Rayborn was Miss Minnie Canary before her marriage She leaves a husband and several children a widowed mother and three brothers who have our sympathy in their sadness Aunt Betsy Rolf is sick at this writing with but little hope of ever being any better The dear old SOUl has waited and watched in vain for her children to come for her and when she received the message that she could go to the Masonic Home it seemed too much for the poor starved heart to bear and seemingly with the last hope gone she has given downMiss Zalma Lay came home Friday evening from Molts where she is teach ing accompained by Mrs Will Gibson Littlt Henry Nevitt has returned home from Brandenburg accompainsd by his aunt Mrs Hd Atkinsons mother Mrs Wright provingW who has been quite sick iis im J Schopp has a nice line of Christmas goods opened upik Applesk a years has been farming up near Pry mire HrcckonridKe county Ky sent this ofllee three barrels of very fine apples lie wrote us on the 9th I have nearly 500 barrels of stillhouse apples to deliver etIt which together with what he has barreled and shipped will net him a handsome sum of money Cannelton Telephone Henderson Route Notes Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply Special one way second crass Colonist rates West and Southwest Nov 20 Dec 4 and 18 1906 Jan 1 and 15 Feb 5 and 19 March Sand 19 07 GOLDEN WEDDIN ANNIVERSARY Ceebrated by Former Governo and Mrs T J Crittenden at Kansas City Kansas City Nov 15 Thomas J Crittenden exGov ernor of Missouri sat in his office in the Massachusetts building Tuesday morning looking partic ularly well pleased It was stil very early but ho had shaker bands often and his desk wit litteredwith congratulory letters and telegrams Good health was indicated in his fresh ruddy complexion his clear eyes and the smile which came often His en ergetic gestures his good humor his excellent memory for date and his physical appearance made it seem impossible that this white haired man had seen seventyfive years pass by Fifty years ago Tuesday Mr Crittenden was married In Frank fort Ky A reception was held Tuesday night to celebrate the golden anniversary at the Gover nors home 3230 Flora avenue Three hundred invitations were issued to Governor and Mrs Crit tendens friends and that is the reason the exGovernor received so many letters and telegrams and lookedso well pleased Fifty years said the Governor meditatively as ho leaned back in his chair It seems but a span Do you know I remember the events of my marriage as though it took place yesterday Fifty years is nothing looking backward but and the Governor paused to smile it is a long time looking forward I am seventyfive years old dont toll me I dont look it because I know that I have had my setbacks my misfortunes my sorrows as other men but my journey through the years has boon a happy one and I ascribe it to the fact that 1 have always had to work work hard Had I been a rich man i would have been dead now No man can he happy can get the best out of life unless he keeps himself busy And then there is my wife She has helped in keeping mo young She is the youngest and handsomest woman of her ago in Missouri and the sweetest That DOCTOR CURED Of ECZEMA Maryland Physician Cures Himself of Eczema with Cuticura Remedies Prescribes Them and Has Cured Many Cases Where Other Formulas Have FailedDr Fisher Says CUTICURA REMEDIES POSSESS TRUE MERIT 1- II My face was afflicted with eczema in the year 1S07 I used tho Cuticura Remedies and was entirely cured I am a practidnij physician and very often prescribe Cuticura Resolvent and Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema and they have cured where other formulas have failed I am not in tho habit of endorsing patent medicines but when I find remedies possessing truo merit such as the Cuticura Remedies do I am broadminded enough to proclaim their virtues to the world I have been practicing medicine for sixteen years and must say I find your Remedies A No1 You are at liberty to publish this letter or any part of it remain very truly yours G M Fisher Dh D Big Pool Md May 24 1905 CUTICURATHESET1 Complete Treatment for Every Humor from Pimples- to Scrofula Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle dry without hard rubbing and apply allayitchingand soothe and heal and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and costingbutdisfiguringitchingand food humors with loss of hair from infancy to ago when all else fails Inform11014lIDltsgartngnonart is what I think of her Neither of us have over been dangerous sick Mr and Mrs Crittenden were married in 1856 in the Capitol Hotel Frankfort Mr Crittendo was twentyfour years old and Mrs Crittenden then Miss Ann Jackson was seventeen Mr Cri tendon had been graduated from Centre College Kentucky one year before Ho borrowed 05 to pay his marriage expenses and his salary as clerk in the Registar office was 601 a month J 11 Harlan now a Supreme Gout Justice was one of the grooms men Mr and Mrs Crittendei camp to Missouri in 1857 and settled in Lexington For many year Mr Crittenden was a law partne of Francis M Cockrell oxsenator Ho served two terms in Congress and was elected Governor in 1881 Mr and Mrs Crittenden came to Kansas City in 1885 From 1893 to 1897 Mr Crittenden was Consu General in Mexico- lamous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purfying work goes right on Best cur for constipation headache and dizziness 5c at Severs drug store- HARDINSRURU The Rev and Mrs J W Hughes of Kingswood were the guests of Dr and Mrs A M Kincheloo Sunday Sam Henniger of West View is erecting a large storehouse at KingswoodL of Louisville was the guest of friends hero Sunday Elihu Meador has sold part of his farm near town to John Roach The consideration was 1800 There will be a meeting of the colored teachers of Meade and Breckenridge counties held here next Saturday Prof Monroe ol Frankfort will be present and assist in the meeting one of the objects of which is the establishment of a normal school for next year This is a move in the right direction and the colored folks should give it their hearty support Hardinsburg received no mail from Saturday to Monday owing to the fact that the railroad track below Glendeane is well underwater and the train is unable to reach Fordsvillo where the mail tgent resides George Evans and family have moved into the residenceon Second street recently vacated by Frank DcHaven Allen Jennings of Clo verport was in the city Monday on a business trip- Henry Garner of Hudsonvillo was in town Monday Clint Lewis was in LouisvilleJL ast week on a business trip Mr and Mrs Gus Brown were in Louisville several days of last weekFrank DeHaven has moved into his new home on Fourth Street Mrs Warren May of Butte Montana who has been visiting Mrs Margaret May has gone to 3randenburg where she will visit her parents Mr J T Lewis and wife Dr B F Day was the guest of Mr YoU Cummings and wife at lTails of Rough Sunday Claude Mercer was a visitor to Frankfort Friday Judge Henry Moorman and Walter Moorman of Glondeane vere at Bardstown last week at ending the national meet of fox hunters They were the guests of J B Bowles secretary of the State Fair Association The Ladies Reading Club were entertained by Mrs Gus D Shell nan last Tuesday County court next Monday Mr and Mrs Willard Kincheloe of Louisville are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs A X Cincheloe W S Ball visited relatives at luster last week t The Rev Shelly presiding el dor of the M E Church South conducted quarterly meeting here Saturday and Sunday This was his first meeting here and his ex cellent sermons were heard by largo congregations- Wm G Haswell spent Sunday at Stephensport with his family who are visiting Mr and Mrs G W McCubbins Rowan Holbrook of Hartford who is the general manager of the Madisonvjlle Hartford and East ern Railroad was in the city Fri dayCol E L Robertson of Glen deane was in town Sunday visiting friends Dr Harold Beard of Liver more was here Saturday He was called into consultation byI Drs A M and J E Kincheloe in regard to Mrs Herbert 11I Beard whose condition is some what improved James H Gardner went to Louisville Monday night Dr J T Baker is able to be at his office after an illness of two weeks The bet treatment 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 digestant which will digest the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperature a single teaspoonfu of Kodol will wholly digest 3000 grains of food It relieves the present annoyance puts the stomach in shape to satisfactorily perform its functions Good for indigestion sour stomach flatulence palpitation of the heart and dyspepsia Kodol iis made in strict conformity with the Naticnal Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by All Druggists Man NinetySeven Years Old Rides Six Miles to Vote Perhaps the oldest voter who voted in Indiana at the recent election was Henry Funk father of the late Prof J P Funk of New Albany and grand father of Dr Chester C Funk Secretary of the New Albany Board of Health Mr Funk is ninetyseven years of age and on the day of the election rode six miles to New Middle town Harrison county to exercise the right of suffrage For seventysix years he has been a voter and during all of that time he has never missed an election He voted the Republican ticket No Relation of Zachs- I am a nephew of Senator Zachariah Chandler declared a man arrested for beating a hotel The Senator advised of the claim answered If he have not a strawberry mark between his shoul ders have him hanged He is an imposter If he have a strawberry mark between his shoulders have him hanged anyway He is no relation of mine Detroit News Made nappy for Life Great happiness caae into the home of 5 C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Vaf 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 Kentucky The Saturday review of London England pays Kentucky the following fine compliments Now is the time to visit the United Statesin the lovely fall weather of November when the woods and hills can bear comparison with those of Spain Cuba and the cool golden landscape invites long and leisured in vestigation before the late winter There is no need for quiet cultured English travelers to go near New York or any other hideous conglomeration of sky scrapers If they wish to see things that few English folk visit let them go South to the university of Virginia the historic Ecton and Christ Church of the Southern estate owners or southwest to the Kentucky mountain owns of descendants of Scatch and irish gentle folk whose chivalrous hospitality reminds one of the genial ales of Lever A Study In Arithmetic Secretary Wilson places this years corn crop at 2069780000 bushels The entucky class in arithmetic will proceed to reduce that to pints quarts allons and barrels Washington Post = Dolls Dolls We have received H boat load of dolls for the little folks Dolls of all kinds all sizes und descriptions wt J Schopp Stephenspott r r w sf Tf vf f t LAST WARNING All persons that did not pay their taxes be fore November 1 are delinquents You now I have 6 per cent penalty to pay We will give until November 27 all a chance to pay who have not paid with only 6 per cent ad ded If not paid by Novemberfl27 your prop erty list will be put in the hands of the Coun ty Clerk a warrant will be issued and your land sold without further notice Will you take advantage of this offer and save yourself additional cost and trouble This is the final notice It is up to you now to move Yours truly M MILLER S B C WASHINGTONCITY Washington Nov I6Is there any one in this broad country who will brave the fate of the king in the opera Wang and take four elephants off the hands of Uncle Sam For Uncle Sam is experiencing a doubtful pride of ownership of four big pachyderms and he knows full well now the state of mind the light opera king was in when he rang plaintively Ob the elephant ate all night And the elephant ate all day Till every cent of his Inome went To keep the beast in hay He envied the lot of the Hottentot On Africas barren sands He swore like mad because he had That elephant on his hands The four big beasts were seized this week by the treasury agents on the ground that they were brought into the country on too low a valuation Their owner Thompson some months ago brought them from abroad valued them at 6000 paid the duty and was happy Later he took them into Canada where they were exhibited and when he came back to the United States with the beasts he declared they had shrunk in value from 6000 to 2800 A few days ago the treasury officials learned he was about to dispose of the herd for 10000 Down they swooped on Thump son and his pets and seized the latter Now they wish they hadnt fur the an imals are piling up the national debt by reason of their appetites To use the language of the official report made to Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Reynolds each beast is consuming six bales of timothy per diem The dis tress signal is hoisted above the Treas ury building on Pennsylvania avenue Isnt there some kindly disposed per son in this land whose love of animals will lead him to adopt this herd as house pets 1IBut the elephants do not furnish the only problem the Treasury is com pelled to face this week A new coun terfeit 10 buffalo United States note has made its appearance The coun terfeit is apparently a photolithograph ic production printed on two pieces of paper with silk fiber distributed between them It is dangerous but it can be detected readily when handled with the genuine bills because of the color of the back which is a dark bluish green So far as the numbering and ornamental worm is conerned the bill is an excellent reproduction The Secret Service has the matter in hand and is hard at work trying to run down the plant where the note is manu factured It is not known definitely just how many of the counterfeits are in circulation General Alexander MacKenzIe chief of engineers turned in his annual re port this week to the Secretary of War in which he declared that 10052431 will be required to complete the engi neering work on the fortifications pro jected by the board convened under the Presidents order of last January In addition General MacKenzie declares that in the opinion of government en gineers the sum of 6038300 may be profitably expended on certain rivers and harbors improvements This adds to the outlay of more than 300000000 already recommended by the engineer ing department as necessary for the improvement of the rivers and harbors of the country Probably no other branch of government work has been so neglected as this Although govern ment experts have urged year in and year out the development of streams and harbors Congress has failed at ev ery session to provide sufficient means for undertaking the work which is of such vast importance to the growing commerce of the country A determined effort is to Be mad at the coming session to have the annual appropriation fixed at 50000000 so that the work mapped out by the governmen engineers may be undertaken The ad vocates of this plan will be heard here December 0 and 7 when the convention of the National Rivers and Harbor Congress meets in the Arlington hotel assembly room The question is non partisan and nonpolitical and has the heartiest endorsement of Presiden Roosevelt rrQuentin the youngest son of Presi dent Roosevelt projected himself into public notice this week by reason of ia schoolroom prank He is a pupil in ia public school on Massachusetts avenue acd one morning the teacher was striving to impress on the youthful minds of her students the evils of overindulgence in certain beverages JAll those who drink coffee at then breakfast may stand she saidtlarge number rose to their feet Now all those who drink tea either in the morning or evening may rise Again a part of the class arose Jual at this moment the teacher was sum uoned from the room Scarcely hac the door closed behind her when Quentin jumped to the front held up his hand for silence and with mock dig nity said All those who take champagne at their luuch may now stand on their headsHe was back in his seat the picture of innocence when the young school maam returned S Washington these days is not an ideal place of residence The glorious Indian summer has gone and the damp disagreeable cold of the Washington winter has set in Snow already has fallen in the halfhearted way it always does in the District of Columbia and tbe arrivals of Congressmen for the coming session are few A large num ber of Senators and Representatives are reported to be making their headquar ters at Hot Springs Va where they are recuperating after the campaign So many are there in fact the big Homestead hotel really might be con sidered an annex to the Capitol The accessibility of the noted Virginia watering place makes it a favorite resort for it is practically eqnidtstant from New York Washington Cincin nati and Philadelphia even Chicago might be included for one nights ride in a Pullman car lands one from any of these cities beside the healing springs Sheltered from the harsh vinds by the Blue Ridge and Warm Springs moue taro ranges the place has become a fa vorite winter watering place with official Washington My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only genuine hairfood you can buy It gives new life to the hairbulbs You save what hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean and 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