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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 4- Y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IVOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1906 8 Pates NO 20 TOBACCO MARKET I Opens Up Brighter Than In Years Local Houses Report Good Business The tobacco market has opened up in earnest in Cloverport The two local houses have received several loads daily within the past week and on some days were kept on the hustle to handle it The local market opened up stronger this year than in many years the average advance being one dollar and in some instances as high as 150 j The Cloverport market it is said is in advance of other markets at the present Both the Whiteley Son Co Companyt Owensboro Ky Nov 23Tobacco- is rolling in in great quantities The handling forces of all of the Equity houses in the county have been exces sively busy for the past several days Equity men throughout the county feel perfectly confident ofbeing able to hold virtually all of the pledged tobac co even in the face of the high prices which will be offered in the open mar ket Not a single instance of dump ing has been reported so far Reports from S B Leewho is in charge of the rehandling houses in Ohio county are to the effect that the tobacco in that county is of good quality and that it is coming in freely Ohio has the largest Equitj membership of any county in the State and practically all of the tobacco in that county will be pooled LOCAL TELEPHONE y EXCHANGE IMPROVED The Cumberland Telephone Com pany has made extensive improvements in the local exchange The old switch board has been replaced with the latest model Multiple swithboard and the latest type Warner generator has been added Telephone patrons can confi dently look for improved service To local manager Sexton credit is due for the Improvement Mr Sexton has been in charge here only a few months and what he has accomplished is highly creditable to him I FATAL ACCIDENT TO DR J H WHITE Former Cloverport Citizen Killed While Out lIuntlngln Missouri Dr J H White formerly a citizen of Cloverport was accidentally kill d while out hunting in Missouri on Tuesday of last week The doctor who was living at Charles ton Mo in company with another gentleman aud his sou were on their way to the swamps when the team they were driving became unmanageable and ran away The occupants were all thrown to the ground Dr White and his elder companion received fatal in juries while the boy escaped unhurt The injured men were forced to lie in the rain and mud all night The next morning the boy succeeded in making his way back home and told of the ac cidentDr White waaa son of Dr W B formerlylivedHe was an uncle of Will and Frank White who now live here LARGE DEMAND FOR TURKEY MEAT There will be few families in Clover port who will not feast on Thanksgiving turkey tomorrow according to local poultry dealers The merchants with one accord say the local demand has been the heaviest in years and that it has been a question of supplying the wants of the people Turkey raisers it is claimed are holding the fowls for higher prices notwithstanding that the market quotations are in advance of this season last year A Se OF E PASS- RESOLUTIONS Hardinsburg Ky Nov 22Spec- ialAt a meeting of the American So ciety of Equity held here Monday after noon with the president G S Wilson in the chair the following important resolutionswere unanimously adopted WHEREAS It is rumored that certain members of our society are considering the advisability of selling their tobacco notwithstanding that they have contract ed to pool it with the tobacco of other members of this organization There fore be it- RESOLVED That we call to the atten tion and consideration of all our mem pooltheirask them all as honorable men not to violate their agreement RESOLVED 2d That in the improbable event that any member of this society should sell his tobacco and thus violate his contract to pool it this organization shall proceed against him legally and either institute action for damages for the violation of the contract or bring an injunction suit to prevent the proposed saleRESOLVED 3d That the chairman of the county organization together with the six chairmen of the magisterial dis tricts of this county be and they are hereby appointed as a committee of this society who shall be and are authorized to employ an attorney for the purpose of bringing a suit against any and every person who shall violate his written ob ligation by selling his tobacco Respectfully submitted- J M Withers Chmn Wm Hendrick G P Miller ShrewsberrySilas Committee After attending to some other business the meeting adjourned subject to the call of the chairman MRS FRIELS FINED Owensboro IessengerIMrs Abigail I master at Victoria Hancock county who was charged with detaining mail matter in her office was found brulltlin the United States Court Monday but got off with a fine of 25 George W Jolly of counsel for Mrs Friels after the jury had returned a verdict of guil I and Theyve Fitrite Clothes If quality style and you then you want a Fitrite The best dressers wear Fitrite is the popular brand You can be as well dressed as anybody and at small cost to us Union Made ClothingW- ohave a largo of Unionmade clothing They bear the label and are the best to be had Overcoats Wo have brought on lot of Mens Overcoats the very latest styles and shades in all sizes If you need an overcoat come to our store Weve got the overcoat with the quality Rain Shine Coats Rain or Shine Coats two coats in one Just the for all sorts of weather We have plenty of them and they are taking day We a large line of waterproof shoes just the thing you need now BIG I ty moved for an arrest of judgment on one count and filed motion and grounds for a new trial on another The motion for arrest of judgment was overruled the motion being sustained SALT RIVER BRIDGE Will Soon Be Replaced By Louis Henderson and St Louis Railway Co The officials of the Louisville Hender son and St Louis railway are making arrangements for the reconstruction of the bridge over Salt river which col lapsed early last Thursday morning A M McCracken general superintendent of the road said he did not know just when the work to rebuild the bridge would begin as that depended on the river which at present is so swift that a foundation could not be commenced The bridge was insured and the loss isI now estimated at 50000 Death at Mr Granville T Smith one of the oldest and b3st beloved men of this sec tion of the State died at his home October 30th He was eightyfive years oldI Nr Smith was born in Ohio He was twice married first to Miss Martha J Smith and the second time to Miss Susan D Morris both excellent womenMr SmIth was buried in Sand Hill cemetery on November 1 funeral serv ices being couducted Rev Kimble He delivered a very able and interesting discourseWe our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved companion children grand children and friends of the deceased Notice Is Served Mr Editor Please allow me space in your valu able paper to state that Anderson De I Haven talks of selling his property If any buys the place they will buy a law suit for Lucinda Pool owns a life time home I moan to let every body know that they can not get this house I expect to live in it as long as I live Lucinda Pool IRVINGTON ITEMS I Fatal Accident to Little Girl Other News Notes of the Town and Vicinity Irvington Ky Nov 27 Little Lillie I yearsdiedl Friday morning at four oclock as the result of a limb falling across her hoadf The funeral services wore preached at byRein the City Hill cemetery The Womans Missionary Society of the Methodist church will give an en tertainment at the church Thursday evening November 29 for the of the parsonage Miss Grace OlmI stead of Louisville will be here and give us some of her selections in elocuj tionMr J O Chapin was in Owensboro Sunday visiting Mrs S R McCHnteck of Xew Al bany Ind and Mrs Turner of Dan vile Ills have returned to their re spective homes after a visit to then r parents Mr and Mrs W T Cornvall Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons left for Big Spring last Thursday after beingt the guests of Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyons Misses Henry and Eva Payne wore in the city Friday shopping- Mr and Mrs Morris Jolly Jr of Webster were the guests of their par ents here Sunday Mr G W Payne has returned to Stephensport after a brief visit to reIn lives here W E Brown of Louisville cam down Sunday to visit relatives and friendsMrs Bert Cunningham of Chenault Ind was called here to see her dough ter Mrs W B Gardner who has been sick News reaches us of the arrival o I Dr and Mrs L B Moorman froml Oklahoma last Saturday uight They are now visiting his parents in Bran denburg Mr V O Duffin left Sunday for Russellville Ky where he expects lines of We bought line of Weve are sell themselves have bought we knew fit of Union by Mens Shoes one is well acquainted with different brands of Shoes we are carrying We carry nothing but Our are the HamiltonBrown Friedman and Thos Briggs S Cos shoes If any means you have failed to acquainted with these brands of shoes come in and let us introduce you to a pair and you will be staunch friends from the time you o- nLadies Shoes We are well stocked on Lndies Shoes and have anything styb and they be beat and are the most comfortable A Hats Hats em you cant rest Hats of all kinds shapes sizes Fine hats medium hats and hats at cost you want to dress up let us show our line of fine hats Gents Furnishing Goods got the prettiest of Furnishing in the Everything now in Shirts all kinds of neckwear are certainly of many in our Gents Furnishing department Felt Boots and of all descriptions at go into business in a dry store Mr and Mrs Bud Neafus and son Lamar and cousin Nannie Childs t spent Sunday at Guston the guests of relativesH Kemper spent a few days last iMweek at Big Spring the guest of friends Miss Grace Olta tead of Louisville will give a recital in the Methodist Thursday evening November 29 Music will be furnished by local Much interest is felt in the occasion as Miss Olmstead has a substantialreputation as an entertainer and teacher of elocution and oratory Admission 25 and 10 cents Messrs James Yennawine T W and Ed Meddis of Louisville spent last week here on a hunting trip and were the guests of Mr G N Bandy Mr and Mrs Bate Washington will spend this week in Louisville the 1 guests of their children Mr N B Netherton spent Monday in Louisville on a business trip The Ladies Aid Society have secured Miss Olmstead for a recital Thanksgiving evening to be given in Methodist church See program This is a worthy enterprise and Miss Olmstead should be greeted by a packed house Au unqualified success forrTHE PROTRACTED MEETING A revival meeting is in progress at the Baptist church in this city The pastor Rev Lewis is being assisted by Rev of Owonsboro The meetings are well attended and mint interest Is being Made Happy for Life eGreat happiness cane into the home of S C Blair school superintendent at St Allmns W Va when his daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint he names He says My little daughter had St Dance which steadilyfElectric Bitters soil I rejoice to say three bottles effected 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 n TiScounty Weve got the Big Stick were using it effectively on high prices on all goods a large goods for the fall and winter sold a lot still selling andwill sell more We selected hoods that got the quality the style and wear and were by us because they would please our customers Come and see them its want suit Clothes them Come lino a of and or coat the have SHAPINSKY BROSTHE other ville not Guston person benefit Mary quite ti Every the the best lines Bros by get first put them For wear cant Weve got until and price small When you I Weve lino Gentss Goods county and We proud the novelties Rubbers our store goods 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Beards Ky to restrain thorn from disposing of or purchasing Jungbluths property Mrs Jungbluth was granted a temporary Injunction and writs of attachment by Judge Kirby Mrs Jungbluth In he ti petition oomplalns that her husban- has hired secret agents to spy upon her and has turned the servants against her and has Induced them to tell false stories The platlon says further that Jungbluth has lived most of his time for the past several years In New York and not only did not In vita her to come to him but Insisted that she remain on the farm where her only protection was the servants The filing of the suit has caused a sensation In Louisville society Cloudburst at Louisville Louisville Ky Nov 21 Persistent rainfall of the last three days culmin ated In an electrical storm and cloudburst II that made the city tremble Trees were struck by lightning the telephone systems of the city were much disorganized and telegraph fa duties In all directions were Impair ed Streets In many sections of the city resembled lakes and It was impossible for pedestrians to move about without wading knee deep iInI water Basements were flooded andI establishpments were damaged to an aggregate of about 50000 The rainfall fIn1 Louisville since Saturday aggregates six Inches at Memphis Tenn 10V4 Inches Nearly all trains from thu south arrive In Louisville from one t 1C hours late Rivers Out of Bounds Lexington Ky Nov 22 Telegrams from all over this state Indl cate that great damage has been dones by the Cumberland Licking Red Kentucky and Big Sandy rivers another I rivers and creeks In the state From Bowling Green a report comesiI that the Barren river has risen 2 5ai feet and thousands of logs railroad1 ties fencing etc have been sweptt away The Green river at Morgan town has risen 15 feet and thousands of logs have been lost at Ford Clark county At Maysvllle the Ohio river Is full of lOIs Thousands of logs have i en lost on every river In the mountain district Kentucky Liquor Taxes Frankfort Ky Nov HThe Ken lucky court of appeals declared un constiutlonal and Invalid the Richard son legislative act of 1901 Imposing a ttax on rectified liquors of 50 centsi per barrel and 2 cents per package j The act originated In the senate in stead of In the house of representa lives as required by the state consti raisinInasllles tiii legislative act of March 190C Imp08jj ing a tax of lye cents per gallon onlrectified Il liquor manufactured The decision will be appealed to the court of appeals f Seven Italians Overwhelmed Bluefleld W Va Nov 2JScvon trackmen of a gang of 19 engaged InII removing a slide on the Dry 10rkII branch of the Norfolk d Western rail I road were killed as the result of u big I slip of land The men wore swept down the mountain side and Into the river Twelve escaped The oodles of four of the victims were recovered and three of the bodies are burled under hundreds of tons of earth All of the victims wore Italian laborers I and were known only by numbers I Feltner Trial Postponed I Lexington Ky Nov 21At Beat I tyvllle Lee county Ky the trial of I Moses Feltncr of Hamilton 0 ox Breathitt feudist charged with origin ting plots to assassinate Judge James Hargis was continued until nxt Tuesday on account of the ab sence of commonwealth witnesses Feltner says that although he fears death he will remain in the moun talus until the case Is ended Flood Damage HeavycHopklnHVllle Ky Nov 20A CIOllllu hrrI Mnvris heavy rains ot Hoods lII- I ill the dis wrIest curative and preventive medicine the world has ever known It is an allroundy producing its an purifyingg the blood on which the iorgani pend substi g1tutelist on having HoodskAND ONLY HOODS the two days sent Little river out of Its banks flooding a largo portion of the city Tho damage Is estimated at storesSon Main street had from one to the feet of water In them The 3 sto Ibrick building of James F Game collapsed two of the four stores In the building being wrecked Short of Towboats Plttsburg Nov 23 With many milI tsLe harbor shipments of coal to southern markets had to be discontinued on account of a shortage of heroI During the last three days about I 000000 bushels have been started torI the south Bridge Carried Away Louisville K Nov 23 While th derson Route bridge over Salt river at West Point Ky was carried awn by high water Interrupting traffic be tween Louisville Evansville and St tiLouis DeWilts Kidney and Bladder Pills a on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the quickest relief from thore troubles resulting from an excess of uri acid Such troublts as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by All Druggists A Lunatic FlyCatcher Dr John H Girdner the alienist of New York was visiting an insane asy Inm He met a man in the hall Who are you asked Girdner Me said the man Why Im here but I aint crazy Not on your llife All the rest of thorn are crazy but not me Im an inventor I have got an invention that will make me so rich that John D Rockefeller will loo like a poor man beside me t What is it asked J I I GirdnerII A patent stIj thing in the world Here Ill shevv I you how it works The man took n sheet of paper and drew a birdcage That he said1I commoun e I there is a door with a heavy iron knob I I I and that there is another door on th- I other side also with n heavy iron I knobII cage put it on a pedestal fourteen feet high the pedestal standing on a I marble slab Then I place a ladder ontt this side reaching up to one door and I ladder on the other side leading to the This other is doorII upI1 the ladder on this side It opeift th ebedoor by means of the iron knob wnlksII through the cage and opens the doorIijI on the other side Then it starts down the other ladder I I Thats where we catch him the I inventor continued excitedly That where the invention is Thats where i I shall get my money You see the I fourth rung iis missing in this ladder I i but the fly doesnt know it and he falls on the marble slab and breaks hisII neck Saturday Evening Post i A Year of Blood The year lOOj will long be rememberedI in the home of P N Tacket of Alii I once Ky us a year ot blood whichtt flowed copiousl fro I 11lungI II11 t a frightful cough had brought mat e deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion with toe astonishing result that after taking foot bottles I was com pletely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at Severs drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial tottl freeIserIMIt c IoKsfNever tnke your dog out for a run directly after he lima hail a meal If the exorcise Is at all hard the food will remain undigested for hours It is best not to allow n dog to play oven directly after ho has swallowed his dinner In a little time he can do so but do not encourage him to romp about OAST 7RIABests theThe Kindi You Hate Atoajs Bough 8gcttofan One of The Family Are you the editor that takes in so news inquired the caller an man with a tired and timid appealing look on his face Yes sir replied the young man at the desk J can take in any kind of to news What have you Why its this way said the callerMowering his voice My wife a jsmallQtoput in the paper We dont charge anything for publishing society news observed the man at the desk taking the proffered manuscript and looking it over Thats all right was the reply You dont understand I wrote this myself and I put in a line or two at says Mr Halfstick assisted his wife in receiving the Thats the way I want It to in and I dont care if it costs a a word I want my friends to now by George that I still belong to family Harpers Weekly i f THE PRESIDENT SAILS rrDay and Night Spent Among tthe ttPeople of Porto Rico ACCORDED GREAT OVATIONS Assured His Auditors at Each Pelt That He Would Use Every Effort Ito Secure Citizenship For Them Auto mobile Used From Ponce to S a Juan and Return San Juan Porto Rico Nov 22 After a day and night spent among PresiderhIeRoolleelt and party sailed today from expectedythat Washington will be reached late Monday night The president Journeyed In an automobile over the famous military road ctfrom Ponce to San Juan and was accorded an ovation by the people of Porto Rico The 80mllo trip w 30minutescouniing the time taken up by stops at o principal towns along the route whero the president made short speeches to the people The president in all his speeches dwelt on the affection ho held for the people of Porto Rico and assured them that he would use every effort to secure citizenship for them that his efforts would be unceasing to help them along the path of true gov ernment Before leaving Ponce the president was driven to the Roosevelt high school Here several hundred school children had been assembled and sang America as the president drove up The cornerstone of this building was laid In April 1903 by the president- k 0daughter now Mrs Longworth Th president was greatly pleased with madeIwith flowers by the children as he drove away The presidential party left Ponco at the time sot by the schedule for the run to San Juan over the famous automobilei s minutes each were made at Juana eacheplace the president was welcomed by hisIthe city of San Juan where formerly gateia huge arch had been erected by the theIcity ee to tho president He responded in p brief speech and then preceded b the Porto Rican provisional regiment went to the governors palace where spent the night The president re celved a particularly warm reception as he passed the Casino the exclu slvo Spanish club President Roose volt complimented Chief of Police Hamil for the perfect police arranges ments He was deeply with his reception by the populace Thursday morning the presidential party returned to Ponce where all boarded the battleship Louisiana which sailed for Norfolk NEGROES i To Replace the Colored Troops Dis ArmyIWashington Nov 22 Following Ithe statement that the Presidents negroIcompanies of the Twentyfifth Infan try would be enforced Secretary of War Taft says that immediate steps will be taken to recruit colored sol diets to replace the men discharged The members of the three companies who were on furlough at the time of the Brownsville affair and three mom bers who are to be tried by court martial will not be mustered out Secretary Taft flew straight in the taco of the president when he sus pended the order directing the discharge without honor of three com panics of the Twentyflfth infantry or declining to divulge the names of the soldiers who shot up the town of Brownsville Tex and tho outcome of the difference between the presi dent and the secretary of war is awaited with much interest- In I his summary of tho reports made by the other officers and of his own efforts to discover the guilty soldiers Brigadier General Garlington declares that every means of getting evidence concerning the shooting was exhausted 1 All of the three companies were talked with Individually and all he says evaded questions and even re used to discuss tho events at Browns ville which were known to have en raged the iifigroos before the riot Cost of Hughes Election Albany N Y Nov 23Tho statement of the Republican state commit 5 Just filed shows that 332911 was spent during the lato state campaign tho contributors were J P organ 20000 L P Morton d Co 20000 Timothy L Woodruff 10 Andrew Carnegie John D Rock m efeller Jr 5000 C M Depew and i Lreutenant Governor Frank W HiS sins 2500 each iPolice Chief Killed West Point Ga Nov 23 J S Johnson a merchant of Lanett Ala shot and instantly killed Chief of Police J W Jones in Lanett No cause for the tragedy Is known Johnson gave himself up but tearing via countyfallCrew of Fourteen Drowned Quebec Nov 23 A vessel supposed to bo the bark Madga has been lost on Red Island rest with all on- board She carried a cfew of 14 men SIoaI f Liniment- t for Cough Cold Croup SoreThroat Stiff Neck nII I Rheumatism and Neuralgia At all 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ischeapcanpaydoingItTell us where you want to go and we will plan the trip for you tell you the cost of a ticket from your horse town and save you unnecessary expenselooking around illustratedbooksyou L C BARRY T P A 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky ulNt1NNeiNHMitlatlN ee 2000 ROUND TRIP From Louisville to TAflPA PUNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida Via the Southern Railway And Queen Crescent Route imi Also Low Homeseokers Rules on November 6th and 20th MississippiOklahoma Kansas Nebraska and Colorado Tickets first class liberal returningcomplete information call on or address CHHUNGERFORD w District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY A R COOK City Pass Ticket Agt LOUISVILLE KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS cl i i i r jr T ii- a THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM NOVEMBER 28 1906 3 Letter From An Old Friend r Eastern capitalrepresented by Urban Brewer of Pennsylvania has pur iased 800 acres of limestone land in ade county fronting two miles on bigtjnent plant which will be equal in ca city to those now operating in the cinity of Louisville and which will ike this city one of the great world arkets Charles F Hillof Louisville as at the other end of the deal which ras consummated yesterday It is understood that a company hav ig at its disposal from 500000 to f1 00000 capital will be organized to ex kit the land and that a plant will be jput in operation within six or eight months The numerous analysis made of the cement rock by Mr Brewer who has inspected the land in question has convinced him that it is equal to the best now in use Owing to the fact that the land has a river frontage of considerable length and is high above the river front it will not only give the plant access by water to big markets but will enable the rock to be reduced and the cement manufactured at smaller cost than r usual This will be accomplished by conveying the rock through the various processes by gravity Louisville Herald The Ideal Family Laxative 1 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 effect otherwise the quanity will have to be increased and finally lose its effect altogether These properties can be found in that old family remedy Braadreths Pills because its ingredients 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 pi1 your rrslldp rents used They have been in use for over a century and are sold in every drug and medicine store either plai n or sugar oated 1 he Next Congress According to the clerks of the House of Representatives who are supposed to keep close track of the political complexion of the House the Republicans will have fiftytwo majority in Ithe lower branch of the next Congress the Republicans having 192 and the Democrats 165 Two vacancies now exist through the death of Represen tative Ketcham and Hoar In all probability Republican successors will be elected The count does not include atIwill be Democrats hence the statement issued by the Democratic Committee is approximately correct One hundred and three Representatives who served in the present Congress will not ne members of the next With the exception of Teller of Colorado and Newlands of Nevada the Senators of every Northern State will be Republican in the next Congress But then there is coming Oklahoma the youngest sister with two prospec tive Democratic United States Sena tors By the same token there is not a Republican Senator from any of the South except little Delaware whose Republican votes being largely black are alternately purchased in the inter est of Addicks or the DuPonts There is neither a Republican Senator Repub lican party in all the States of the outh while in every Republican State- j1f the North there is a vigorous Demo cratic opposition which upon any political reverse may be converted into a majority MRS SARAH J WINDROM Mrs Sarah J Wlndrom of Chicago cousin of Zachary Taylor twelfth president of tho United States and grandniece of Alexander Hamilton who signed tho Declaration of Inde pondence says Vinol is a Godsend to old people I am 76 years old but have a hearty appetite sleep soundly and feel ac tive and well today thanks to Vinol When I was young cod liver oil was dispensed In a greasy unpalatablo orm and it fairly gagged mo to get down V nol is entirely different Apry palatable and nourishing to Im poverlshod blood It is tho finest tonic and strength creator I ever used in my life preparation been eliminated and tonic iron added Try Vinol on our guarantee Severs Drug Coy r ar LIVES LOST Storm Sweeps Points In Mississippi Property Loss Heavy Memphis Tenn Nov 19Elght persons are known to have lost their lives scores of others were hurt and property and crops suffered great damage as a result of one of the must torrentialtike wind and rain storms ever experienced In this section The storm which originated on the gulf swept northeastward through portions of Alabama central and northern Mississippi and western Tennessee and In its northward course razed scores of substantial buildings par tially demolished hundreds of others caused a complete demoralization of railroad traffic and cut off telegraphic communication with many points In the affected territory Cotton In the fields blown down by the wind was beaten into the ground and It not totally badly damaged Besides the loss of life and property damage which Is known to have oc curred a number of points directly In the pathway of the storm cannot be communicated with and when complete returns have been received It is feared that the loss to life and property will be greatly increased Fatal Fire New York Nov 22When fire broke out In a Gstory factory building on Seventyfifth street occupied as a shirtwaist factory many of the 300 women and girl employes jumped from the windows Two were killed Many other employes were injured Mary Buffa 20 jumped from a win dow with her clothing afire and was killed Charles fluffs 34 was badly burned and jumped from a window He will die The fire was quickly extinguished J Mlsllk proprietor of a collar button factory on the third floor of the building Is missing Office of Governor Abolished Washington Nov 20 An order signed on tho Isthmus of Panama by President Roosevelt making radical changes la the organization of affairs of government for the canal zone was made public at the office of the com mission The effect of the order Is to place the canal work and the government of the zone under the direc tion of Chairman Shontz aided by chiefs of bureaus who will report dl rectly to the commission thus slim mating the office of governor The order gives Shonts supreme authority over all departments Town Was Dry Columbus 0 Nov 19Columbus- was a dry city Sunday as the saloons were kept cjosed the orders of Mayor Badger being rigidly observed by both the saloonraen and the police force with but few exceptions There were only half a dozen arrests Mayor Badger said the order to close saloons was not issued because of strike con dltlons here but because the law says the saloons shall be closed on Sun day He added the order was to stand during the balance of his term as mayor Blizzard In Colorado Trinidad Colo Nov 19The worst blizzard experienced here in a decade is now raging The storm gradually grew In severity until It assumed the proportions of a blizzard Increasing In severity each hour The Colorado A Southern railroad reports the storm extending into the panhandle of Tex as In northern New Mexico the bliz zard Is the worst Heavy loss in sheep and cattle In New Mexico ter ritory and this section of Colorado are almost certain to occur Hotel Blown Up Grand Forks N D Nov 21At Niagara a railway Village seven miles up the north fork of the Kittle river unknown persons wrecked the Canadian hotel with dynamite Tho explosion killed Louise King 18 and an unknown Italian and Injured nine other persons Three boxes of dyna mite were used The explosive was stolon from the storehouse of a con tractor named Tlerney OBrien Oil Man Dead Independence las Nov 19John OBrien of Lima 0 general manager of the Oil Oil company and ono of the prominent Standard Oil company agents of the state died In Nowat- aI T of heart failure He had been in the Indian Territory looking after his personal oil Interests and was staying for the night at Nowata Loggers Drowned Barbourvllle Ky Nov 22 Tele phone reports from Bell county state that three loggers were drowned while endeavoring to prevent a break in a log boom In the Cumberland river north of Wnsloto Their names have not been learned The loss caused by the breaking boom will aggregate 50000 Hearsts Campaign Expenses Albany N Y Nov 17 William Randolph Hearst Independent and Democratic candidate for governor certified to the secretary of state that he had spent 256370 In promoting his canvass divided as follows Indepen dence league 198870 Democratic state committee 57000 traveling ex tenses 500 Wanted In Ohio Kansas City Nov 19Harry Wise aline Lake wanted in Columbus 0 Washington D C and New York for robbery Fad burglary is under arrest in this city Wise will be surrendered to the officers of Columbus Premature Explosion Wellston 0 Nov 19Grant Mc Clung and James Stltz were probably fatally Injured and Thomas Evans se verely hurt by the premature explosion of a blast In Superior Mine No- R near this city FIFTY VICTIMS umber of Dead as Result of Collision I In Seattle Harbor Seattle Wash Nov 20When the little steamer Dlx was run down iIn this harbor by the Alaskan liner Jennie Sunday night 50 persons per ished Thirtyseven of the 79 passen gers on the Dlx were rescued Of the five female passengers on the Dlx the only one to escape was Alice Simp ton a 15 year old girl She Is believe to be the only person who escaped from the main deck of the steamer where more than half of the decks passengers were huddled together when the crash came The Jeanie was backing when shei collided with the Dlx and the was very slight The Dlx was struc abaft of amidships She listed heav- Ily a brief period righted herself and then sank stern first in 100 fathoms o water There was hardly time to launch life rafts or boats before she was almost entirely submerged Pas sengers jumped from the decks IntoI the water women screamed and officers and men called orders that could hardlyI be heard above the din Pas sengers from the Dlx who could swim made their way to the sides of the Jeanie and were dragged aboard Th Jeanie was not moved until after alll who had time to reach her were haul ed aboard then she cruised about picking up several who managed to stay above water Dennison the mate who was at the wheel when the col lision occurred and who Is blamed for the disaster Is among the 41 whoI were lost LIVES LOST Steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Gross Damaged In Collision Cherbourg Nov 22 A dispatch received here reports that the North German Lloyd steamer Kajser Wll helm der Grosse which left South ampton and Cherbourg for New York has been in collision with the Royal mall steamer Orinoco Both vessels were severely damaged It Is de clared that four members of the crew of the Kaiser Wilhelm were killed while 12 were injured Five members of the crew of the Orinoco are missing and supposed to have been drowned The Orinoco left Southampton for West Indian ports and New York Accused of Blackmail Fremont 0 Nov 19 Charged with blackmailing George Lang a wealthy farmer Indictments were returned by the grand Jury against W W and A N Campbell of Toledo L J Turley Glbsonburg G C Shaeffler Rising Sun and A Skransewlsky Tiffin The Indictments say they pre pared and presented to Lang a fraudulent petition charging alienation the affections of the wife of a ofII who is named In the Indictment extorted money from Lang Promoter Indicted Indianapolis Ind Nov 23Phllan der H Fitzgerald an Indianapolis cap Itallst was Indicted on two counts by the federal grand jury on the charge of using the United States malls to de fraud In connection with the 1904 Colony company which he promoted In southern Georgia He gave bond In the sum of 4000 for his appearance In court Tuesday u United Mine Workers Officials Indianapolis Nov 20 Nominations have closed for the election of officers by the United Mine Workers of Amer ica John Mitchell for president T L Lewis for vice president and W B Wilson for secretarytreasurer have no opposition The annual convention will be held at Indianapolis Jan 15 Denied by Carnegie New York Nov 21 The report that Andrew Carnegie promised 1000000 to Congressman Richard Burtholdt of Missouri to promote the cause of International arbitration was denied at the Carnegie residence In this city Carnegie sent word that there Is no basis for the story THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers S4 0007 40 cows S2 6504 7fi heifers 2 6005 00 bulls 2 404 50 stockers and feeders 2 404 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 3 2505 75 lambs 5 6007 C5 yearlings 5 2506 00 Calves S3 005IS 00 HOBS Choice to prima I heavy J8 4006 45 light butcher 6 35- IifC 45 choice light 6 4506 45 light mixed J6 3006 40 packing 5 9006 35 pigs Hi 2CQC 20 Wheat No 2 red 76V4c CornNo 2 4504 c OatsNo 2 32tc EAST BUFFALOCattle Export ctt tie 5 30ft6 00 shipping steers U 800 5 25 butcher cattle U 8005 25 heifers 3 0004 60 fat cows 2 5004 00 bulls n 6004 CO milkers and springer 30 00 060 00 Sheep and Lamba Yearlings JG 006 25 wothcra 35 756 00 mixed J5 5005 7GOWIII 5 005 60 spring lambs 16 0007 65 CnlvesS 008 25 Hogs Medium heavy JG 55 Yorkers 6 5006 56 pigs 16 5506 60 stags 4 06 00 roughs 16i 5005 90 00II PITTSBURG Cattle Choice J5 650 C 90 prime Jff 2506 60 tidy butohers 4 4004 SO heifers J2 6004 30 cows stags and bulls 2 0003 80 fresh cows 25 00060 00 Sheep and Tftmbs Prime welters 5 4005 50 good mixed 5 10I6 35 lambs IS OOO7 35 Hogs Heavy hogs J6 4506 50 mediums Yorkers andI pigs 6 4006 45ICLEVELAND Cattle Prime dryfed cattle SI S5C5 26 choice heifers S3 60 I I 4 60 Get COWS S3 2603 50 bulls S3 000 8 25 mHkers and springers 15 00060 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs 7 2iOI 7 40i wethers 6 ao05 50 mixed It 00 5 00 Calves7 75 down Hogs Yorkers and pip 6 40 mediums 6 45 roughs 5 505 S6 stags SI 5004 75 CINCINNATI Wheat No2 red 76tfj 77c Corn No 2 mixed 4704Sc No 2 mixed 3CiH136c Ilye No OatsIIiI 072c LardS 0009 00 Bulk meatsII 8 8714 DaconIO 12 HoasCi 350 I I 6 35 Cattle2 0005 35 Shepu 000 4 50 Lambs4 007 50 BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva- nIa XX and above 33034c X 3132o No 1 400iro No2 38S9c fine un washed 25026c delaine washed 35H 36c delalne unwashed 29030c Indiana and Kentucky combing Hblood 330S4c TOLEDOWheat 76Hc corn 43Ho Oil North Ltma 90c South Lima and Indiana Ko The Golden Rule of Three Leadership Three things to bopuro just anti honest Throe things to governtemper tongue and conduct Three things to live courage affec lion and gentleness Three things to love the wise the virtuous and the innocent Three things to commend thrift industry and promptness Three things about which to think life death and eternity Three things to despise cruelty arrogance and ingratitude admiredignitykgracefulness and intellectual power Three things to cherish the true goodfThree things for which to wish health friends and contentment Three things for which to light honor home and country Three things to attain goodness of heart integrity of purpose and cheer fulness of disposition theetion to the worthy Three things to desirethe blessing of God an approving conscience and the fellowship of the good Three things for which to worka trained mind a skilled hand and a regulated heart CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Success and Fallurc Injbusinessjit is necessary to have a policya principle to adhere to The successful merchant is truthful with his customers He makes no misrep resentations and attempts to make a legitimate profit He advertises and thereby presents his claim for patron age He adheres to his own business adds his tongue and money to the progress of public improvements and does his part in every respect for the citys good He speaks well of his neighbor and assists in the up building of his city The unsuccessful man never looks farther than his nose is constantly suspicious of his neighbor never joins in the enterprises forthe public good upraiils the progressive does not advertise and does not present his claims to the public because he has none to present lIe is pessimistic and deals in innuendoes He tries to awaken the prejudices of his neighbors and Issouron everything He dont succeed and the city can part with his company He is discredited and is only a question of time when he will part with his money if he has any and his influence as people generally follow success not failures Paducah News Democrat 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 have been placed on every label CAECA SWEET s a harmless compound of vege table extracts that is wonderful in its beneficial effects on the stomachs of ba bies nnd children Recommenced and sold by All Druggists Hon Ben Johnson In Runaway Congressman lion Johnson mule a narrow escape from an iinmnnagviihlc horse lie started Monday morning from his hume at Bardntowii for Eliza bethtown to attend the funeral of P May When about Boston his horse became frightened and he was thrown injuricsIand suffered so much pain that he was unable to proceed on his journey but was forced to return to Bardstown Mr Johnson made a very narrow es cape with his li- feWeak Women To weak and ailing women thero Is at least one way to help Hut with that way two treatments must bo combined Ono Is local onu Is constitu tional but both are Important lath essential Dr Shoops Night Curo Is the Local Dr Shoops Hostorutlvo the Constitutional The formerDr Slioops Sight CureIsu topical mumps membrane suppository remedy while Dr Snoops Restorative IIs wholly an Internal treatment Tho Iteitoratlvo reaches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of all nerve all tissue mid nil blood ailments The Night Cure as Its uaino Impllti deco Its work whllo you sleep It soothe sore and Inllain od inuroiii surfaces heals local wtxiknenMM and discharges whllo the Kettoratlvo eases nervous excltiinent gives renewed vigor and ambition builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed strength vigor and energy Take Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid lisa gunnrnl tonlo to the system For positive local help uso as well ShoopsNight I SEVERS DRUG CO WINCHEJTEIl 1 BRUSH SMELLS The Thing For Bird Shooting These shells give an open pattern at from 25 to 30 yards in choke bore guns They are loaded in Ie Leader and Ie Repeater brands THEY MAKE BIG SAGS Ask Your Dealer To Got Them W v bN6 u n6 U- AT THE t U NEWS OFFICE Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price 1900 Sanfords Premium Writing Fluid for fountain pens per pint 50 Writing and Copying Combined Fluid per pint 50 Sandfords Library Paste Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds and flortgages Memorandum Books School Supplies Business and Social Statfonery flonogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes Printed and Engraved Business Cards Daify Papers Magazines and Novels Souvenir Post Cards For Sale at the NEWS OFFICE nlA n ISeeing the Southwest- EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have heard of the Hamper Crops which have been raised this year in Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas aid New Mexico Hive you compared them with results obtained in your section Is your work where you are bringing you adequate returns for the capital invested and the labor expended H not a change would be beneficial perhaps visit to time Southwest will open your eyes Out in Oklahoma last big land opening is soon to take pjace fanns are still AIIcheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the of Texas Let us give you full information about these You will want to see them after you have examined stir illustrated literatureVERY IRATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP to western points the First and Third Tuesdays of each Geo II Lee General Pass Agt Rock Island Little RockSouthIIJ N Cornatzar Asst Gen Pass Agtt Frisco Memphis I II I McGuiuit Dist Pass Agt IIROCK ISLAND CINCINNATI OIIIO FRISCO LINESII tIIVfWtAVJtllA1t JMItlV4 1P AImiB Y4Na rwweeAWdW- THE RRECKENRIDGE NEWSII i q IAnd The I LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALDII dh One Year For 200 I 1 z=The News 1 year 1 dollar tin kr1 4THEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 28 1906 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAOE SONS Publlihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1196 If paid at the end of yearII 0 ABD3 OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of tt- ants per line Money In advanceII Kiamlnn the label on your paper It It ffi sot correct please notify as I When ordering a change In the addres ittbscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 190 Scaton Wcntberholt have done a good job in laying the new walkwayon the Iron bridge It is a great improvement over the old way There seemsto be fomethin doing in Hardinsburg The young business blood of that good old town is warming up to its oppor tunitics Dont stop young men but keep everlastingly at it If Gov Beck afn wants to make himself solid with the temperance I element let him call the Legisla lure together have them pass ia law by which he can put the lid on and fast in the big cities Let his machine get busy and enforceI the laws The merchant who adjusts him self to supply modern demands in modern ways and impresses the buying public that he can and will do it is the merchant who is going to succeed Dont be afraid Have faith in yourself in your own per sonal power to overcome all com petition homo or mail order houses Get busy and keep busy and quit mouthing about dull business TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures nil Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for fl Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials Notice to Hunters My farm near Holt is posted Jim Tinius Thanksgiven Services Tomorrow morning at 1030 services will be held at the Methodist church In the afternoon regular services of the revival will be at the Baptist church Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat f fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureIn t the wrapper of every bottleII of Emulsion you buyjj SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and 1 1 all drujjliU STEPHENSPORT Rev Roberts filled his appointment here Sunday Mrs Gus Gibson and daughter Mrs Chas Hnmman of Clover port were guests of Mrs Sallie Bennett last week Mrs G W Payne went to Irv ington Sunday Mrs John Chafiinwho has been ill for some time has not improved much at this wiitmg Mr and Mrs Wm Rhodes of Brandenburg are guests of Dr and Mrs Xevitt When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A fey erish dry nose means sickness with a dog Andso with the human lips Dry cracked anti colorless lips mean fever ishness rnd are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips applyat bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will softei and heal tiny skin ailment Get a free trial box at our tore and be convinc ed Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Drue Co Mr Harry Lay is in a critica condition mentally Miss Esther Payne visited Mis Mary Basham Saturday Mr Elvin French died Sunday morning at two oclock at the home of his son Robert and was buriedat Union Star Sunday evening He was seventysix year old had been an invalid about nine months Miss Grace McCoy is sick ali this writing Only a little cold in the head may be the beginning of an obstinate case of Nassal Catarrh Drive out the invader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up airpassages Price SOc If you prefer to use anI atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the good qualities of the remedy in solid form and will rid you of catarrhor hAy fever Xo cocaine tc breeda dreadful habit Xu mercury tc dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street Xev YorkMrs Eugene Connor was the guest of Mrs Hinton of Sample t Sunday Therewere several from here at tended the funeral at Union Star SundayThe girls will give a box supper at the schoolhouse Satur day night Dec 1st for the benefit of the school building to have it insured There will be a prize given to the prettiest young lady Tom Adkinson of Irvington visited his son Edward here Sun dayMrs Ed Atkinsons parents who have been visiting her have returned to their home at Sebree James Lay of Gas City is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Harry Lay Pike Conn was in Cloverport last week Miss Pauline Moorman has gone to Louisville for a short visit Jim Walls has a firstclass barber shop on the corner of MainI street open every day in the week There will be Thanksgiving service at the M E church Thursday morning Mrs Bettie Stiff is on the sick list Aunt Betsey Rolf has improved someMrs Godfrey Haswelland laughter of Hardinsburg who have been visiting her parents klr and Mrs Geo McCubbins have returned home M if hem ric Saith returned homo Sunday from Cloverport Estell McKaughan is on the sick list Mrs E Blaine spent a few days of last week in the country with her son Kirbie William Blaine was in Owens bolo last week Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in- the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strikef they quickly settle the trouble and the irfying work goes right on Best cure- for constipation neadacbe and dizziness Gc at Severs drug store A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES cluing Blind DledlnR Protruding Piles DrUKltlsts are authorIzed to refund money It- 1AZO OINTMENT falls to cure In 6 to II I Days tOc etSElflB I f BI fBffS ElIiB IIBl WMM Do the People Know a Good 1 Thing When They See It I IICome in here on Saturday the 1st day of December and you will readily see that the people of this com I I munity know a good thing and are quick to take Iit in when they get a chance I I- fI We Are Going to Give You a Chance I On Saturday December 1 we will sell HOOSIER COTTON at Itheremarkably low price of I 4 and 34c per yd by the Bolt 1 I Reme nber Saturda December 1 Only This is a positive statement and will be verified to those who give us cause to prove it by try ing us on this prfce on that date Think of it HOOSIER COTTON cannot be bought in the city on the wholesale markets for that money today 4 and 34 cents is the price I We do not mean just a few yards at this price we mean to supply every one who calls on that HOOSIER COTTON a household necessity for the remarkably date with as much as one whole bolt of I low price of 4 and 34c per yard by the bolt No one family =can purchase more than bolt Now whether You want the earth or not we can help you get a good slice of it if lone accept the above offer on December 1 1906 Your last chance at this offer Take it Kiandbe happy 1 B F BEARD CO I MUSICAL PROGRAM To Be Rendered at Irvington Aletho list Church Thursday Evening November 29 Instrumental Solo Mrs WJ Piggott Introduction of Miss Olmstead by Pastor Mammys Little BoyNegroHi- ndoos Paradise Irish Impham Scotch Sockery and the Blue HenGerman Vocal Solo Mrs Nora Board LINDY Stay in Your Own Back Yard When the Minister Comes to Tea Not One to Spare Toots Mistakes Tommy Music Chorus Leap year Mishaps Seein Things at Night Take a Tater and Wait The Maid of the Mill Naughty Girl Imitation of School Exhibition Violin Solo Miss Lucile Cunningham The Song of the MysticIn Grecian Costume Rock me to sleep In Grecian Costume Lead Kindly Light In Grecian Costume An Old Sweetheart of MineIn Grecian Costume Vocal SoloMiss Ellen Munf- ordHagarInOriental Costume Closing Chorus STATE or Onto CITY or TOLEDO I ss LUCAS COUNT I Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of P J Cheney 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 Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK L CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 8th day of December A D 1886 seerA W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take flails Family Pills for constipation TARFORK Ed Hook was in Cloverport FridayArthur Beard of Hardinsburg was in our midst last Tuesday Jas Chancellor who was para lyzed in his left side more than a week ago is improving andcan walk a little now Ho has been in feeble health for some years Little Lewis Chancellor is re HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY iiifRlIIIIDBJI I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 feat stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sato over One and a Half Mtnbottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 5Gtv dosed with every LothIe aTea Cent pkqe of Qovee Meek Root Liver Pus J covering from a sick spell Powel Tabeling has been indis posed for some time but is im proving Stilie Keenan made a weeks visit in Gray son county recently Mr and Mrs Asher Newbyof near Clovorport are visiting her brothers Ed and Oscar Hinton and will move to Magan this week Rev Geo Jones of Pellville began another series of meetings at Cave Spring church last Friday for an indefinite time The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stiipifymg or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as male for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of nil opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babeand it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law be your protection Wecheer fully recommend and sell it Severs Drag Co MATTINQLY Miss Lettie Furrow is sick with malaria fever Mrs B F Fran is suffering with neuralgia of the bead and face- R C Mattingly who has been tick for some time is still confined to his roomLittle Roy the four year old child of Mr and Mrs James Tindell died Nov 20th with pneumonia Roscoe Lasley will give an entertainment at the Balltowu schoolhouse Thursday night Nov 20th Vano Pate of Mattinglyweut to Lou- Isville last Saturday Mr and Mrs Peyton Scott of Clover port visited her parents Mr and Mrs ftrte Pate last Sunday Mr William Lynch of Mattingly has old his farm to Mr Uid Burdett of Tar Pork Consideration 2200 Mr and Mrs Lynch have not yet decided where they will locate They will be greatly missed in our community 3fS S 5 S 4S w E e 5 e rr45 5 r TELEPHONE GROWTH W The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company hiss issued w statement of its business for the month of November and the jfj increase in the number of subscribers is shown as follows yi Number subscribers November 1st 1906 159405- Number ft V added during month Number Net increase discontinued 5061II j W Total number subscribers I CHENAULT Grover Hayden went to Louis vine Sunday- G Peckenpaugh from Wol Creek has moved in town Mr and Mrs J F Jarhoo went to Tell City Sunday Miss Nellie Leo Gilliland spent Saturday night with Misses Mara and Annie Manning Miss Jennie Greenwell of Rho delia spent Saturday and Sunday with her uncle Mack Frymiro Mrs G B Cunningham was called to Irvington last week to see her daughter Mrs Will Gard norDr Wra Millnor from Union Star was called to see Mrs C L Warren who is sick but is now improvingMrs H Bosloy and daugh ter Violet spent Saturday with Mrs J B Frymire The farmers have been quite busy the last week gathering corn The box supper Saturday night was quite a success andenjoyed by all GET READAlready we are laying aside some very attractive places for Christmas presents A word to the wise Is suf nIcEandmas delivery W J Schopp Stophensport sr FOR SALE 1 83 23 Acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles V j Southeast of Cloverport Will Sell ReasonableI For particulars address W L NOELL Cloverport Ky SANTA CLAUSS- anta Claus will make his headquar hislinelineW J Schopp Stephensport r DOCK AUBERRY A White Man to Be Sold at Public Auction at Elizabethtown By the verdict of the Jury and judg ment of the court Dock Auberry a white man of Hardin county will be sold by the shcrlff at public auction to labor for nine months He was tried and convicted ot vagrancy being a strong ablebodied man without means of support and too lazy to work 1Q The town and county would be much benefited if more of such prosecutions were made against the worthless lot of loafers that can be fonnd on the streets here at any time Mirror I i r f e u- i lJLTHEJ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 28 1906 5 t AVOID INTERNAL WRONGS ALVMJ stomach disordersIts con tinued use permanent injury to health- 9Following the advice of medical scientists England and France have passed laws prohibiting its use in bread making r American housewives r should protect their households against Alums wrongs byalways buying pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking I Powder I g Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder is to be had for the asking J I W I Buy by name 1ZOyal+ I r 4- I LOCAL AND- PERSONALI ii Wm Wilson is at home from Paducah Mrs Chas Hall was in Louisville Monday Vivian Pierce has returned home from the west Mr Eugene Kingsberry is here from CosmosdaleWm I of Louisville was at home Sunday Henry Gibbs was home Sunday 1 1MrLouisville tJames Younger was in Lewisport Fridal1Tucker was in Louisville H Monday shopping Owen W Elmore of McQuady was in town Saturday Gregory Co for Cedar shingles and rubard roofing Mrs Carl Llshen returned horn from Owensboro Monday Capt Rowland and Prof King were in e 4tCJweusboro Motiday Mr and Mrs Will Sterrett were here from Hawesville Sunday Ball bearing roller skates for rent Apply at the News Office t Capt and Mrs J H Rowland went to Stephensport Thursday A FACT BOUT THE BLUES What is known as the Blues Is seldom occasioned by actual exist tag external conditions but In the great majority of cases by a disorder ed LIVER THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstrated by trying a course of Ms Pills They control and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the Bilad They bring health and elastic Ry to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE t e Alum in food causes means ICapt and Mrs J H Rowlandwent I to Stephensport Thursday Miss Jean Todd of Oweusboro is the J guest of Miss Marion BowmerIMiss Virginia McGavock will leave tomorrow for Evansville lad I Mrs James Stiles of Louisville has I been the guest of Mrs J H Wills Mrs J D Brashear who is here this I week spent Tuesday in Owensboro Mrs Reusan Williams went to Ste pheusport Monday to visit relativesc i Mrs J L Moorman is in Louisville visiting her daughter Sri Joe Ha pole Geo Lyddan of Irvington sold Vic Robertson two pairs fine mules for j f850 Mrs J L Moorman entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday after noonMrs J L Moorman entetained theI Ladles Reading Club Thursday after noonMr J B Perkins who has been ill for several d tys has almost entirely reo coveted Mrs Sippel Mr and Mrs John Reynolds went to Tell City Saturday to visit relativesMrs Gibson Mrs Chas Hammon and her little daughter went to Stephens port Friday Mrs W H Bbwmer went to Hawes ville Friday evening to see her sister Mrs Adair Mrs Cha B Neay returned to Owens boro Sunday to spend Thanksgiving with relatives Mr and Mrs J N Cordrey will spend Thanksgiving with friends in Elizabethtown Mr and Mrs James Lawson of I Louisville have been visiting Miss Lydia Graham Mr and Mrs James Skillman and Mrs Gilmore returned to Owensboro Sunday evening Engraved cards put up in Christmas boxes make beautiful presents Send orders to the News Office Send your orders to the News Office for subscriptions to magazines for Christmas presents Miss Minnie Lyons of Tobinsport I was here Friday enroute to Rome Ind to visit relatives Send your orders to the News office for subscriptions to magazines for Christmas presents t 4 Miss Heston of Hatdinsburg has been the guest of Mr and Mrs A H Orlze this week Miss Minnie Lyons of Tobinsport was here Friday en route to Rome Ind to visit relatives The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a measuring party tomorrow night in Oelzcs hall Miss Cleona Weatherholt and Miss Rebecca Willis will return home from Louisville this week Mrs Fred Hawking of New Bethel is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Nathanial Tucker Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro ICy Miss Alice Board and Harry Board rif Louisville were the guests of Miss Lucctta Miller Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman gave a dinner Friday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs James Skillman I Mrs Julius Sippel and little daughter Elizabeth of Louisville have been the guests of friends this week Taxpavers you should heed the warning of Sheriff Miller in this issue and pay your taxes promptly IIf broad is the staff of life make i good by using Lewisport flour Yo ujI will find it at O Councils Miss Martha Willis returned home last Thursday night after a visit to Mrs J B Randall of Louisville Mr and Mrs Joe M Fitch and son were in West Point Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs G P French Have you tried that Lewisport flou yet Every sack guarenteed you will find it at OConnell Cos Miss May Clark and Mrs Wave RoffI of Owensboro have been visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Pate this week Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston of Har dineburg returned home Sunday after a short visit to Mr Francis Sawyer Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman enter tained last Wednesday in honor of Mr and Mrs James R Skillman of Owens boro Mrs Benton Eubanks of Frankfort returned home Saturday after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Robert PolkMr and Mrs Abe Skillman enter tattled last Wednesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs James R Skillman of Owenpboro Mrs John Weisenburg of this cit and Mrs Jacob Hanks of Holts have returned from a two weeks visit to friends in Illinois I Mr and Mrs James R Skillman andI their mother Mrs Gilmour of Owens boro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman last week Need a good cathartic A pill iis best I Say a pill like DeWitts Little Early Risers About the most reliable on the market Sold by All Druggists Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment It made for Plies alone aud it does the tvork surely and with satisfaction itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sdlo andrecommended by Severs Drug Co Sheriff Miller notifies the taxpayers in this issue of the News that unless their taxes are paid by November 27 their land will be sold without further noticeHAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YEARS I The old original GROVES Tasteless Cbll Tonic You know what you are taking It Iron end quinine In a tasteless form No ure no pay SOc Mr and Mrs James Skillman of Owenshoro were guests of honor at a six oclock dinner Saturday even I ing given by Mr and Mrs Leon IcI GavockHere is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Syrup Nearly all other cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold b All DruggistsThe 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 Mr and MM D W Fairleigh Miss Addie G Ditto Florence and Addle Fairleigh LaRue and David Fairleigh will spend Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Good for everything a salve is used for andespecially recommended for piles That is what we say of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve On the market for years and a standby in thousands of families Get DeWitts Sold by All Druggists- Mr and Mrs Joe Green Anderson of Guston returned last week from a ten days visit to Lexington and the Blue somerfine cattle while there O4STOBXABun th The Kind You Hate Alwajs Bound Blgnitnr ldof u OUR PRICESA- re t competitionproof When they look around and compare quality and prices they usually end by buying at W J Schopps Stephensport Nasal CATARRH In all 1U stages Elys Cream Balm cleanaeesoothesandbealathe It cnrti catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quietly preadtJover the membrane and U absorbed Relict him mediate and fc cure follows It I snot drying does not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents atDrug gUU or by sell Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New Yorkii tfIDR TAYLOR tWWRepreeentlnlr J DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO rVIII be In Cloverport on ilia 12th 13th and 14th ot each W month Dr LIghtfoots office i thet19th 20th and 21st of each W month Dr Inctieloes off- iceKASTROL j h J7 JoJ II- The New Tasteless Castor Oil ISarao Price rm Same Strengtb Tastes Good IISEVERS DRUG CO I WantStWHEN YOU WRITE MENTION TilE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under thIs bead atone cent a word per week FAHM Ion SALElO2acrestwomiles sonth Irvington Modern liulIlliiKs ono rood spring 23 acres In wheat 15 acres In IrvingtonKyTIE MAKERS WANTE- DWANTEi30 or 40TleMakers to work on Ned Hutler tractor land near Hums ICy John Miller Is there to show the timber and give instructions A 11 Cumpf Louis ville Ky Sw FOR SALE0K acres river bottom Good HouryTatoMAN WANTED At once to work at Miller Plant CloTerporj Ky lIearlnKSkatesNewsI Fan SAIE Au Ideal cash register for or rurtlculurs wrltotoThe lirecken Idjte News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE OR RENT won SALE OR nENT MI farm ol 209acres- one1 mile and a halt from HardlnsuurK preferredWriteTcuff FOR SA LEA beautiful tea set decorated in gold or green and pink flowers 1300 BreckenrldKb New Office FOIL 8ALEKarms Adklsson Ilros I CloverportKy- WANTEDOentleman tII or lady with Jooo rail or with rig for a Orm of 125000000 capital Salary II Oi200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky FOR SALEA tuition certificate In the Business College llreck enrldge News FOR SALEIOO acres of land laying on tine railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 10 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the nrcckenrldgo News Cloverport Ky- ANTEDTo trade fruit trees for lumber Write or call on Ino D llubbugu Clo verport Ky Fun SALEA Singer Machine to good re for ts News ofnce Clovcrport Ky FOR SALE PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas und Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky Raw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market puce for ell kinds of Furs Every Trapper and Fur dealer should write us at once for Price List aud our New Plan Address B F Wilson Fur Co TuscoloL Ills Dolls Dolls We have received a boat load of dolls for the Itttlo folks Dolls of all kinds all sizes and descriptions Wt J Schopp Stephenspoit MEET ME AT NOLTES j + r r r + c p VM j Once again we are most i 1 J ftJf 11tried customers and also if thankful to the new friends I j sfamilysjj since last Thanksgiving Day ffYours cordially U + + iIJI i Cloverport KyJ tell us all of is for the were to us or US CERTAINLY youdogainedfrom CADICKSGOLD FLOUR goesfartherIt the most that flour can are no Dust is in the of of that tell you more next time r C MAKERSaInd Capital SteelI Range for sale C1K AA here at p UUU Warming Closets Reservoirs at Kentucky Oak Heaters fl 450 Drum Stoves we willi sellI fl at 275 Pratts Poultry Food for sale here Index Paint sale here McGlothlan Piggott Irvington Wt I No Waiting Here Just how much Lumber you need We have kinds Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut ready you Thats thing you unable get so quick before Let have your ardor today Your House Barn Stable may need repairs I REMEMBER Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Ky YOU ofCADICKS makes delicious baked stuffs make There failures where Cadicks Gold placed hunds a good cookThink Well I and you for New ServiceVIA HENDERSON ROUTE Trains 115 and 1 I4ii will carry np lo dale Pullman Sleeper BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND EVANSVILLE Sleepers open at Louisville 840 pm at Evnusville 9 p m and patrons can remain in sleeper until 736 a no We respectfully solicit your patronage- L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE KY COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 FrederIca Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Kates 1100 per day v The Breckenridge News and the V Louisville Daily Herald one year for 2 To Cure a Cold iin One Day fa Cure Two Crip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A fi j6 on every SeveR oBharts soW III pit la asoatlss TLlS Signature 9 SfjCfr bcx25c i p I + v IPr tH 11 TTr 1e- l oor fl ifO 6 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 28 1906 l Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls ccurages and lessens ambition beauty vigor by one dollarI 1 and cheerfulness soon disappear when the neys are out of older or diseasedKidney trouble has prevllentIfor a child to be born I afflicted weak kid lithe child urin ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasart trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It is sold druggists In fifty cent and sizes You may I ktd with neys step most mailsame =free also pamphlet tell Home of gmnivRoot ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer tt Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper ont make any mlstakeibnt rcmembcrltlie name SwampKoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address IMngbamton N V It on every bo- ttleThe Youths Companion FOR EVERY- MEMBER c OF THE FAMILY HE volume for 1907 willl1 II give for 175 an amount of good reading equivalent to twenty 4oopage books history t fiction science biography and miscellany costing ordinarily1 I 150 each Sample Copies of I The Youths Companion and Announcement for 1907 will be l sent to any address free Every New Subscriberw- ho cuts out and sends this slip at once with name and address and 175 will receivecN FREEAll the issues of The Companion for the tltncsiHanrlngand gold and The Companion for the 51 weeks of rgo7a library of the best reading for every member of the family by 16290 IIn ca+ h and many other special awards to subscribers who get I new subscriptions Send for information TOE YOUTHS 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Intern i iil utlue WurhTs fair M Lou GET THE LATEST AND BEST Im iritl lit 1nleretle fir our 7Pa IxlUI Bellt free aCDSTCRSCCMERRIAMCO PUBLISHERS DICTIONMy SPRINGFIELD MASS For Indigestion 11OC10 1 Relieves sour stomach r palpitation of the heart Digests what you eat EASTERN CAPITALISTS Investing In Limestone Land In Meade County Red Fork I T Nov 21st 1906 Dear Editor This being the 45th anniversary of my birth I thought I would do some thing to commemorate itso enclosed you will find a draft for which set my time up to 1905 This is the twentyeighth donation I have made to the coffers of the Xews I have been somewhat in terested in the last primary you had for United States Senator but am sorry to say the Democrats of Kentucky exer cised poor judgement in the decision they made The result shows that Cripple had his machine in working order and that Boss Milt had no mercy on the Democrats of Brecken ridge for he just walked every mothers son of them up ty the lick log salt or no salt- I cast my first vote in the Territory on the first Tuesday in November for delegate to the constitutional conven tion and am glad to say I voted for a simon pure Democrat We captured 99 out of 113 We didnt aim to be hoggish but we really got more than we calculated on getting Thereis one thing we will be sure of and that is separate coaches and separate schools It is very humiliating to be on a train and a big black negro come and set himself down by the side of you- I am from a grand old State that upholds the destinction made by God Al I mighty between the black and the white man If the Democrats elect the first legislature and two United States Senators we will yet be in the solid south This will be a rich State in a few years It is almost twice the size of Kentucky being something over 70 000 square miles If I had any statistics at hand I would give you some of our resources but I havnt Now Mr Editor iif you should ever push your editorial profile in this part of the moral vinyard stop off and take an airing I that will do you good Closing with nothing but the best of wishes for the News I remain as ever Yours respectfully Edgar Adkisson Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation in volving the removal of a malignant ul cer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the ap plication of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely It Cures Cuts Hums and Injuries 25c at Severs drug store Local Option Fights Ahead The Rev C L Collins District Superintendent of the Kentucky AntiSa followingIearly in December tic Whitley lard Todd Logan Scott Clay Wolfe Pulaski Metcnlfe Lee Pendleton and Greenup twelve in all In Falmouth Middlesboro and Grctnup city separate city elections will be held As to the constitutionality of the County Unit Law Mr Collins says he expects the Court of Appeals to hand down its decision before the close of the present year The liquor forces of State have arranged to have their rif the case presented to the court the AntiSaloon League will have the list legal council obtainable1 and confidently expect a favorable decision the court The Leagues hope for such a decision is based partly on the fact that very similar flaws have been upheld in several other States Keep Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the system of nerves To keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force if you have not the organs work imperfectly the circulation is sluggish digestion bad appe tite poor kidneys inactive and aches pains and misery are the penalty You can keep the system strong with Dr Miles Nervinc It assists in generating nerve energy it strengthens the nerves and makes the whole system strong and vigorous I take pleasure In recommending Dr Mlles Nervine to those suffering from nervous prostration Insomnia and m linoholy After several months suffering from above diseases I tried thin medicine and found immediate relief It soothes nnd strength ens the nerve chases away tho gloomy and depressing thoughts and gives tho Buiforor renewed strength and hopo It Is a superb nerve re storer JUDGE JACOB SEEMANN Madison Wisconsin Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind INTO SLAVERYII I II Daughters of Starving Peasants Sold Blow at Terrorism- St Petersburg Jov 23Reports received from the famine districts of Russia show that the distress Is steadily growing acute The peasantry in the government of Kazan have been driven to desperation and are selling their daughters Into slaver to Mohammedans of the Caucasus The ages of the girls sold range from 12 to 17 and the prices realized from 15 to 75 A form of typhus known as hunger typhus resulting from starvation is epidemic In Kazan The Finnish senates decision to yield to the Russian premiers demandii for cooperation with the Russian police In arresting Russian refugees thus renouncing the right of asylum in Finland is a staggering blow to tne revolutionary cause in the grand duchy Since the latter regained its autonomy it has been the base of revolutionary activity hundreds of ter rorists and revolutionists living openly at Helsingfors Viborg and othe centers among them being Gerschu nln the noted terrorist and accom I plice in the assassination of Minister of the Interior Siplagulne who es caped recently from Siberia in a water cask Several conventions of revolutionist and terrorist organiza tions have been held on Finnish soil and arms and explosives have been smuggled Into the grand duchy laIlarge quantities AMERICAN PORK Barrtd From France by a Preliminary i Customs Decision Paris NOT 21The elimination of the microscopic examination ot pork from the new American meat inspto tlon law has resulted In a preliminary decision by the French customs au thorities barring American ham ba con canned pork etc After long dip lomatic negotiations several years ago France agreed to admit American pork on a government certificate that it had been microscopically examined and found sound When therefore the new regulations instituted after the packing disclosures and under which the first shipments are now on their way to French ports were sub mitted to the authorities here they ruled that they did not comply with the old agreement and prompt measures were instituted to secure their reversal and if possible avoid pro longed unpleasant dplomatlc negotiations Three lIn BII rdIEl Paso Tex Nov 23Three meftI are dead as a result of the storm which raged in Pecos valley and oth ers are missing and friends fear forI their safety The body of Jack Kemp a mall carrier who perished in the blizzard was found burled in the snow Edward Lamar and Antonio Santiago cattle rounders died from exposure their bodies being recovered In the Guadeloupe mountains A M Freeman of Carlsbad a former judge of the federal court is reported as one of the persons missing since the storm Colored Candidate Counted OutIChicago Nov 23 Ferdinand LIBarnett the colored assistant states attorney who according to the police returns was elected Judge of the neImunicipal court at the recent electionI has been unseated by the canvassing board The police returns gave BarI nett a plurality of 499 but the official count of the35wards of the city showsI that Thomas B Lantry Democrat was electe by a plurality of 304 BarI nett was the only Republican defeated for a city office at the election Demands of National Grange Denver Cola Nov 23The National Grange convention adopted resIolutions reported by the committee on agriculture condemning freeseed distribution by the government as beIing of no benefit opposing a national fertilizer law and favoring an amend ment to the oleomargarine law by striking out the word knowingly to the end that convictions may be se cured for violation of the law Confidence Men Seized Chicago Nov 23Flve men said to be members of a gang of confidence men who have swindled foreigners returning to their native country out of many thousands of dollars wero arrested here The gang was com posed of two Austrlans one French man and two Italians These men frequented Chicago railroad depots where they met countrymen returning to their homes in Europe Beef Tongue Poisons Four Hundred Springfield Mass Nov 23 One death was the result of the poisoning of 400 guests at the wedding of Miss Anna Florence Halm and Samuel B Brorslin Max Odens the brides uncle died and 60 persons are in a serious condition Some of them are expected to die Beef tonguo is sup posed to have been the cause Rejected Suitors Deed Adrian Mich Nov 23Miss Ola Kelly was murdered at her home in Holloway Mich by Joseph Ehllchs a rejected suitor who cut her throat with a pair of scissors and then drove tho scissors into her heart Ehllchs when arrested confessed tho crime Passengers Hurt In Wreck Buffalo N Y Nov 23A Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburg passenger train eastbound was wrecked at Col den 20 miles west of here Ten pas- ssengc were injured but none fatally Eight Buildings Burned Bellingham Wash Nov 23Firet- hat broke out In the Nooksack hotel at Nooksack City destroyed the hotel and seven business buildings Loss estimated at 100000 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 Two new cases of yellow fever de veloped at Havana which makes seven cases in the city and three in the interior of Cuba In attempting to cross the Ohio river in a skiff Charles Elffcnbarth and L L Wilson were drowned at New Martlnsville W Va With her head badly battered with a club Mrs Sarah Klinger 60 widow of a civil war veteran was found dead in her home at Shamokln Pa She lived alone Six firemen of the barge Resolution from Erie Pa were drowned off Toronto their boat swamping as they were endeavoring to escape from the barge which was sinking Edward W Harding of Newark 0 was drowned at Monessen Pa with Frank Campbell of Charleroi The men were in a skiff trying to catch logs in the swollen Monongahela river and were swept over a dam Because his teacher refused to grant him permission to go hunting James Dougherty Jr 16 shot and wounded Professor J E Kohler prin cipal of Punxsutawney Pa school and Meade Snyder his assistant Bishop John J Tigert 46 of Louis ville Ky died at Tulsa I T afte an Illness of 10 days Robbers entered the postofllce at West Baltimore Darke county 0 and carried away 65 cash and 135 in stamps Three workmen were killed and 12 Injured by the collapse of scaffolding at the Eastman Kodak works Rochester N Y- James Hoover car Inspector was killed Instantly at Bellaire O He was between the bumpers Inspecting a car when an engine backed the train While walking on the railroad track at Tiffin 0 Frank Nedrow his wife and two children were run down by a Big Four freight train Mrs Nedrow was Instantly killed the rest escaping with bruises At Birmingham Ala the federal jury in the case of Alex R Chisholm former paying teller of the First Na tional bank who defaulted for 100 000 brought In a verdict declaring the defendant is sane Harry Marhant 9 dropped dead at school in Toledo O Cause unknown Philadelphia Rapid Transit compa ny decided to Increase wages of its 7500 motormen and conductors to take effect Dec 1 A deal is being arranged It is said between the United States and Great Britain for the exchange of the Phil ippine Islands for Newfoundland and JamaicaMrs Jennie Anderson convicted of manslaughter for beating her 6year old stepdaughter to death at Youngs town 0 was refused a new trial and sentenced to 15 years In prison Guests In the Barnes House Chicago were driven into the street by a fire which destroyed a neighboring 6story building occupied by manufac turing firms Loss about 100000 Official printed report of member ship of the next national house of rep resentatives shows that the Republicans have a majority of 58 The Re publican membership Is 222 and the Democratic membership Is 164 A warehouse of the Farmers Warehouse company Myra Cal full of grain was destroyed by an Incen diary fire Loss 100000 Daniel Gibson a wealthy bachelor farmer residing near Upper Sandusky 0 blew out his brains with a bor rowed gun No cause assigned An earthquake occurred along the whole coast from Albany to Sharks bay Australia The disturbance was very severe at Perth and other points I Norfolk Western railway begin ning Dec 1 will grant an Increase of 10 per cent in wages to all employes who receive less than 200 a month Silas Conaway who murdered Mar co Plvorotto a Flushing 0 store keeper gave himself up to Sheriff Majors after evading a big posse of menL A DeYoung a physician of Tay lor Tex while traveling on a South ern Pacific train in company with his wife went into the toilet room of a car and took his life with a razor He was a sufferer from nervous prostra tionSafe In the state bank of Meramec Okla was blown open with nitro glycerin and the robbers escaped with 1000The Mabank hotel at Mabank Tex was destroyed by fire Abraham Mlthall of Dallas a traveling man was burned to death An Atlantic Coast Line passenger and mall train watt wrecked at Le land N C by a broken rail and 17 passengers were injured Louis W Kirkland 33 employed in a confectionery store at Pittsburg Pa was decapitated by being caught in the spokes of a flywheel Receiving Teller D P Dyer Jr son of the United States attorney D P Dyer was Indicted in connection with the shortage of 61500 In the sub treasury at St Louis Mo Robbers stated a fire that destroyed six of the best business buildings in Walker Mo to cover up the robbery of between 2000 and 3000 belong ing to the Bank of Walker Toledo Pastors union has affiliated With the Central Labor union 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date otl faU birth was written Iii years ao i L B of i was tn of here L was in last on a trip Rev F L of the M It here lasl Mrs Wm G has from she vis itod her last court next Mon F and Milt were in last Rev the at the r J has sold to the can near the Pile of here Miss1 has J r for can a the ap the a The best kind of a Sold for over years by J O Ayer Co Lowell Ma iAlao VIGOR We have no leereti We I the oral our Pills tho All and f i the Many By Using Brock Birthday were the I Saw 22 has him all of four wars a 99 + old the with In a land suit at the T age of 110 + the 1 t of the age for I i yMH e eeve Ask Druggist for Free Peruna AIr Commercial Club OrganizedKingswood College Dedication AII the News the Town Reeves Iouisviie guest friends Sunday- C Beard Louisvill week business Creech presiding eider Church preached Sunday evening Harwell returned home Slaphentport where parents County court Monday Quarterly convenes dayW Hook Miller Owensboro week Everett English filled puipit Baptist church Sunday Bowman ninf factory oneacre lying depot Consideration X150 Wade Mook visited friends Sunday Lizzie hskridge retu- rnedWeciliLungs BronchitisFor have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis consumption You trust medicine best doctors prove Then trust this next time you have hard cough testimonial sixty mauutacturar of- SARSAPARILLA AMado ersPILLS publlab formulas medicine Ayors troop bowels regular vegetable gently laxative Escaped Terrors of Winters Peruna Born before United States formed Presidents elected Peruna protected from sudden changes Veteran Shod horse when years Always conquered grip IerunaWitness years Believes Peruna greatest remedy catarrhal troubles Your HARDINSBURG HAPPENINGS of horse from Cincinnati where she was studying music at the Conservatory Mr and Mrs T H Withers attended the dedicatory exercises at Kingswood SundayJames V St Clair of Webster coun ty road supervisor will move to town next weekII The Ladies Reading was tained by Mrs Marvin Beard Thursday afternoon Charles Morris of Sample was in town Monday on a business trip Thanksgiving services will be held at the Baptist church It will be a union meeting and the Rev Everett English will deliver a sermon All are invited to attendG Wilson of McQuudy will leave the first of next month for a prospecting trip through Oklahoma Joe Moore who has been here for sev eral weeks under the care of Dr J E j Kincheloe hut much improved in health and has returned to his home nt Mc DanielsMrs Sarah J Norton of Webster was in the city last Monday on business con nected with her husbands estate John M1 Sklllman returned home Sat urday from Louisville where he has been attending the Spencerian Business Col lege He graduated with high honors and in less time than any person who has taken the course He has been elected assistant cashier of the Farmers Bank and entered upon the duties of that position Monday lifes is the price of Hoosier cotton ut B F Heard Cos next Saturday Dec 1st You cant beat it We are tip top on the price of Hoosier next Saturday Go to B P Beard Cos and see the biggest bargains in Hoosier cotton you ever saw any where one day only Your first and last chance to got Hoosier cotton at this remarkably low price 4jcs is the price for Saturday Dec 1st on11 A Commercial Club was organized here Tuesday evening with twentythre members The following officers were i o X speaking of his good health and Iextreme old age Mr Brock says After a man has lived in tho world as long as I have he ought to bars found out a great many things by ex penance I think I have done so IIOne of the things 1 have found out to my entire satisfaction is the proper thing for ailments that are due directly to the effects of the climate For 117 years I have withstood the changeable climate of the United States- I have always been a very healthy man but of course subject to tho af fections which are duo to sudden changes In the climate and temperature During my long life I havo known a great many remedies for coughs colds and diarrhoea As for Dr Hartmans remedy Peruna I have found it to be the best if not the only reliable rem edy for these affections It has been my standby for many years and I attribute my good health and extreme old age to this remedy- It exactly meets all my requirements It protects mo from the evil ef fects of sudden changes it keeps me in good appetite it gives me strength It keeps my blood in good circulation I have come to rely upon it almost en tirely for the many little things for which I need medicine When epidemics of la grippe first began to make their appearance in this country I was a sufferer from this disease III had several long sieges with the grip At first Idid not know that Peruna was a remedy for this disease When I heard that la grippe was epidemic catarrh I tried Peruna for la grippe and found it to be Just the thing In a later letter Mr Brock writes- I am well and feeling as well as I have for years The only thing that bothers me is my sight If I could see better I could walk all over the farm and it would do me good I would not be without Peruna Yours truly ciptVtd q When old ago comes it brings with It catarrhal diseases Systemic catarrh IB almost universal in old people This explains why Peruna has become so indispensable to many old people anac for 1907 e ected PrAsident John P Haswel Jr vicepresident M D Beard sec retary Roy E Moorman Treasurer John D Shaw The following director were selected M II Beard G D Shellman Joe Teaff W S Ball and F S Kincheloe The officials of the club are also directors by virtue of their of fices The membership fee was fixed at 5 On Friday night Mr George H Cox secretary of the Owensboro Business Mens Association delivered a highly interesting and practical address at the court house to an audience of two hundred lIe was the guest of the club and his address was along the line of boosting a town The club hopes to be able to be of some benefit to the town and county and it starts upon its mis sion with the approval of the citizen generally Music for this occasion was furnished by tho Hardinsburg Military BandFive hundred people attended the ded icatory exercises at Kingswood College Sunday Dr McLaughlin of Chicago delivered two very fine sermons to con gregations that filled the chapel to over flowing The president of the college Rev J W Hughes also delivered ai excellent and enthusiastic address A basket dinner was served a d there was enough and to spare provided by hos pitable hands The day was a success in every respect and Mr Hughes is to be congratulated upon the happy oc casion He is doing a great work for the county and should receive the hearty cooperation of all our citizens The Teachers Association held here Saturday was largely attended The feature of the afternoon was the flag raising Many interesting papers were read and instructive speeches made by the teachers 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 troublesome There is abundant proof that catarrh is a constitutional disease It is 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 in time prevents consumption We can not see how any sufferer can put off taking this medicine in view of the wi lely published record of its radical and permanent cures It is undoubted 1ly Americans Greatest Medicine for Americans Greatest Disease Catarrh 1 7 + 7 if DUKES Those on the sick list ale Mrs Anna Haltingly and Mrs Alice PowersThe infant child of Mranc Mrs Wave Rise is slowly hnprov ing Rev Brear of flamed Station filled his regular appointment here Saturday night and Sunday Alex and Edward Powers at tended church at Cloverport Sun dayMessrs Ollie and Dave Parker of Duncan attended church her SundayHilous Basham visited relative at Goering Sunday- B F Powers and son Edwent to Haweaville Monday Chas Cahal is having a cisien dug in his yard Mr and Mrs John Evans of Patesville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Burnett Sunday Miss Mamie Cahal went to Hawcsville Saturday Mrs Maggie Campbelland children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Richard Sapp of Owens boro Marion Campbell and family have moved from Patesville to their property here which was re cently vacated by Alonzo Ray Miss Tula Lmnhattended churcl here Sunday and was the guest of Flora Nowbury Cicero Rearden visited his sister Mrs Ben Snyder of neat Roseville Sunday F L Wheatley took a load of tobacco to Cloverport Friday Mrs Vernon Milburn was the guest of her grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Dunn Sunday Marion Harland The celebrated authoress so highly esteemed by the women of America says on page 103 and 445 of her popular work Eves daughter or Common- Sense for Maid Wife and Mother For the aching backshould it bi slow in recovering its normal strength an Allcocks Plaster is an excellent comforter combining the sensation of the sustained pressure of strong warn handwith certain tonic qualities de veloped in the wearing It should lx kept over the seat of uneasiness for several daysin obstinate cases for perhaps a fortnight For pain in the back wear an All cocks Plaster constantly renewing ai it wears off This is an invaluable sup port when the weight on the small of the back becomes heavy and the aching incessant Mr J B Perkins who has been III for several days is almost entirely welll now BABY COVERED WITH SORES Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh Unless Hands Were TiedWasted io a Skeleton Awful Suffering for Over a YearGrew Worse Under DoctorsSkin Now Clear WOULD HAVE DIED BUT FOR CUTICURA My little son whenabout ft year and a half old began to have sores come out on his face I had a phy ician treat him but tho sores grew theybegan his arms then on other parts of his body andthen ono came on his chest worse than the others Then I call ed another physi clan Still he grew worse At the end sufferinghein cloths at night to keep him from scratching tho sores and tearing the flesh lie got to bo a mom skeleton and was hardly ublo to walk My Aunt advised me to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment So great was her faith in it that she gave mo a small piece of Soap to try and a little of Ute OInt- ment I took it homo without any faith but to please her I tried it and it seemed to dry up the sores a little I sent to the drug store and got a cake of tho Soap and a box of the OIntment and followed the directions and at the end of about two months the sores were all well He has- flyer had any sores of any kind since THo is now strong and healthy and I can sincerely say that only for your most wonderful remedies my precious child would have died from those terrible sores I used only ono cake of Soap and about three boxes Of Ointment signed Mrs Eg bert Sheldon R PD No1 Wood ville Conn April 221005 EveryRumorcooilitlnf of Cuticura Soap Ue Ointment Me Kewl vent Oc In form of Chocolate Coated flue tie per vial of OJ may be bid 0 aU clru tAeln6ieeetofteueane 1011 Drug a Chem Corp ePropeltodoa- stMaued Ida Uow to Con liabjr Uumoia DoesWha I Other Stoves I FailtoDo Iathe weather side Of one having no heat connection It may be a cold hallway no mat ter in what part of the housewhether room or hallwayit can soon be made snug and cozy with a PERFECTIONOil r s Equipped with Smokeless Device Unlike ordinary oil heaters the Perfection gives satisfaction always First and foremost it Is absolutelysafeyou cannot turn the wick too high or too low Gives intense heat without smoke or smell because equipped with smokeless device Can be easily carried from room to room As easy to operate as a lamp Ornamental as well as useful Made in two finishesnickel and japan Brass oil fount beautifully embossed Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 hours Theres real satisfaction in a Perfection Oil Heater Every heater warranted If not at your dealers write our nearest agency for descriptive circular brightllj dndbouseampTheI iiLi use Gins aad dear steady Fitted with latest improved burner Made or brut throughout and nickel plated Every lamp warranted Suitable for library dining room parlor or bedroom If not at your dealers write to nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated a Polk 6 Franks 1 Clearance SateiClearancetWe have now entered upon our annual Fall Sale To our customers this means a great deal It means f that everything in our millinery establishment will be sold at wonderfully reduced prices It means that if you need millinery you can get the best and latest at small cost It metros that we have determined to clear our house of all the goods in it and to accomplish this we have put prices on them that wiil make them go I Our 100 Counterkt r IILadics call in and inspect the hats on our 100 counter been selling for 200 now sell for 100 the latest creations in hall and Winter Hatsr0 have a variety of them and they are beauties Everything in our store is the latest in Fall and Winter Millinery and everything is going in our Clearance Sale at the same reduced prices POLK FRANK Cloverport IJY 1J utl VU 1 IIi1 IBEIIIS13I1ifIIII1 I LAST WARNING IIAU persons that did not pay their taxes bet fore November 1 are delinquents You now I have 6 per cent penalty to pay We will Iii give until November 27 all a chance to payIrI I who have not paid with only 6 per cent ad 1 B ded If not paid by November 27 your property I list will be put in the hands of the Coun ri ty Clerk a warrant will be issued and your I land sold without further notice Will you take advantage of this offer and save your I self additional cost and trouble This is the final notice It is up to you now to moverI IYourstrulyIIM SB CIIIB ilfjIaJ iIII i o e eeesr s o Bank of Hardinsburg IIThe andCAPITAL Trust 5000000 Company i B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskiiilge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B P Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does aGeneral Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary 1 The News 1 year I dollar i r r sj Sf j r THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY NOVEMBER 28 1906 7 CRISIS OF GIRLHOOD A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL Miss Emma Cole Says that Lydia a F Pinkhama Vegetable Compound has younggirls Saved Her Life and Made Her Won were displacementshave ripening Into womanhood I How period resulting in years of suffering I 1iJJEmma Cole A mother should come to her childs aid at this critical time and remember VegetableCompound trylugpain or irregularities Miss Emma Cole of Tullahoma Tenn writes Dear Mrs Pinkham- I want to ten you that I am enjoying bet1 oweItpound When fourteen years of age I suffered most constant pain and for two or three years I had soreness and pain in my side anddoctorsi II Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound thinitwill1 passIngyour Compound will do as much for them If you know of any young girlwhe la sick and needs motherly advice ask her to write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass and she will receive free advice which will put her on the right road to a strong healthy and happy womanhood Mrs Pinkham is daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham and for twentyfive years has been advising sick women free of charge Indications point to a long and severe winter Wipe Out Thd Blot I IBesides other causes there is one of youthful depravity failure to enforce the law We have a law to oblige the attendance of child rep at school but it is not enforced Thousands of Kentucky children o school age do not go to school We have a school population of 798110 but the enrollment of pupils is 501432 only while the average daily at tendance is 309836 Three boys were arrested a few day ago for robbing a young man nea Newport of 550 They held him up n true highwayman fashion These boys had been studying the daring deeds of Western desperadoes The were diligent pupils of the street school1 ol vice But they neglected the school where character ought to be found and1 high ideals inculcated Those three boys are part of the vast army of 297 000 unenrolled or of the 200000 enrolled but irregularly attending youths of school age in Kentucky Think of 490000 youths of school age in this Commonwealth practically going to no school but those of vicious inten- and endeavor If all the vicious in clined and unschooled boys should d- as o the Newport trio what would be the situation Thousands may at any time do so The blind tiger the dive the gambling den the low groggery all draw their support from the youths who do not go to school Enforce the law Double and treble the number of teachers and of schools Bring education to the door of every home Kentucky commits as many crimes as she has children not gofg to school multiplied by every days delay in providing for their education The calling for a Greater Kentucky is cymbala Darkest Kentucky with nearly half a million of schoolless children Artistic Display Chas Fallon has shown some very artistic ideas in the display window at J C Noltes store this week It represents The Landing of The Pil grims and shows the Thanksgiving spirit as well as it plays a good part in the way of advertising The back ground is a large ship scene drawn iin chalk by Lilbon Smith showing his talent for painting liliKodol COMPANY CHICAGO Ii The New Idea Womans illustrates and describes the famous Ten Cent New Idea Dress i Patterns from the models of which the for this advertisement are taken J Ill t 11 a 1 I I The Turkey Crop The Lexington Leader says Ac cording to advices received by local poultry dealers the crop of turkeys this year will be a very large one turkeysfapiece as compared with turkeys yoigh ing seven to ton pounds last year Eastern speculators who played havoc with thejnarkot last year were taught- a severe lesson and they will keeps their hands oft this season Last year- r these interests secured options on the bulkof the turkey crop in October for delivery during November and Doc ember Realizing that they would not receive the exorbitant price they pad looked for they failed to take up their options a result the farmers were I left with a big supply of turkeys on hand which they were compelled to sell at very low figures This year how t ever the farmers are pledged to sell direct to the consumers and take the open market price Present prices of fourteen cent a pound on foot and twenty cents dressed will probably pre holidaystOther poultry will also be plentiful Geese have already made their appearI ance and heavy receipts are looked for later Old hens and spring chick ens are in liberal supply and prices are reasonable Jeffersons Ten Rules Never put off until tomorrow whntI you can do today Never trouble another for what you can do yourself Never spend your money before you earn it- Never buy what you dent want be cause it is cheap Pride costs more than hunger thirst and cold We seldom repent of hawing eaten too little Nothing is troublesome that we do pain the evils have cost us that have never happened Take things always by the smoothest handleWhen angry count ten before you speak if very angry count a hundred 0Lt9TG nARcur the hgnttll of thecCZ FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Relieves Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching of Oas Etc MSrAXED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY O- rE C DeWITT 6 ILL For Sale by all Druggists II Magazine illus- trationst As willinglyHow PATESVILLE James Lynch lost quite a lot of his corn in the flood Rev Hartford filled his regular ap- pointment1 at the M E church Sunday Marion Campbell and family have re moved from this place to Dukes School was dismissed at this place Wednesday afternoon on account of the strong wind The Hancock county school teachers meeting will be held at this place Friday after ThAnksgiving Eddie Gordon wife and children re turned to Tell City Wednesday after a few weeks visit to relatives at this place Mrs E O Gordon of this place has been at Owonsboro for several weeks at the bedside of her daughter inlaw Mrs F K Gordon- S P Conrad of the hardware firm of Conrad Payne Co of Cloverport was out several days of last week hunt ing game He was the guest of Phil Brndshan of near this place Messrs Elias Dean and Ores Laulace of Tell City came over Wednesday to be with friends and relatives They re turned home the day following The beet treatment for indigestion and troubles of the stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested by star vation 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 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 is made in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug Low Sold by All Druggists Ifo Slnrcnrpi In ChinA Everybody In China works hard oln those who have reached the highest positions It Is related of a member of the Chinese cal lnet that he left homo every morning nt 2 oclock ns he was on duty at the palace from It to 0 As a member of the privy council ho was engaged from II5 to II Krotn 0 until 11 he twits at the war deportment of which he was president As the mem ber of the board of ptmtahnicut he WHS In attendance from 12 till 2 11111 as a minister of the foreign olllce he spent every flay from J till b or 0 there III addition he frequently served on spa cial boards of commissions TO CURL A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine Tablets Drueelsts rotund money If It falls to euro EL W MOVES signature is on eon hbox J5c The News AND The New Idea Frank May A S Griffin REAL ESTATEWe have recently opened a Real Estate office in Owensboro Ky and kindly invite our Breckenridge County friends to communicate with us- should they wish to buy or sell any kind of property tt e feel that with a wide acquaintance and the knowledge we have of the Real Estate values that we can be of great assistance to all especially do we call your at tention to Daviess County Lands or Owensboro Investments Yours truly MA SL GRIFFINOf- fice 324 12 St Ann St Both Phones 358 Owensboro Ky First State Bank d IRVINGTON KY wi PIGGOTT President JOHN R W1WP VirtIusidcn In H KEMPER Cashier of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited i Interest Paid on Time Deposits L II 6 1EAST1 No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville 725 A AI No I4S ntly Mall ana Kxpress leaves Clo verport412A1 I stops at all way stations I arrtves Louisville 123 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 449 pm stops at nil way stations atLoulsvUleaccommodation1 WEST BOUND accommodationleavesvlllo 900 am 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