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It THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1906 8 Pates NO 21 4 r I i 1 t 1f f 1 f I 1I r I J f t 1 i TOBACCO FACTORIES BURNED BY INCENDIARIES Band of Night Riders Apply Torches to Princeton Stem meries DAVIESS COUNTY FARMER ALSO SUFFERS BIG LOSS Hopkinsville Ky Dec 3The destruction of the two tobacco warehouses at Princeton early Saturday morning by a masked mob of about 300 men continues to be the absorbing topic throughout the dark tobacco district Mott Ayres State Fire Marshal this f afternoon began his official investiga tion proceedings being behind closed doors Only six out of twentyfive witnesses who had been summoned were examined and their testimony was not made public The first reward to be offeredwas that lof 1200 by the Christian county branch of the Planters Protective Association The resolutions offering the reward are lengthly and condemn in the strongest terms the outrage at Princeton and call on the association members in other counties to follow the example in offering rewards and doing all in their power to apprehend and convict the guilty parties They reaffirm their allegiance and belief in the farm ers association and rededicate them selves to a relntless war upon the trusts Princeton Ky December IAt 1 oclock this morning a barid of night- riders numbering between 200 and 300 men rode into town and burned the tobacco factories of John Orr and J A Stenger The loss on both is es hundredfstroyed Orr is the agent of the Imperial To bacco Company and Steger is agent for Tom Gallagher toe Irish tobacco king Both are said to be allies of the American Tobacco Company against which the dark tobacco growers of Kentucky are alleged to have been waging war At Orrs factory the torch was applied but at Stegers the building was blown up with dynamite and the ruins fired The marauders worked with the utmost system Allwore black masks and a white handkerchief pinned to the left shoulder to identif each other in the dark Immediately on their arrival they took possession of the telegraph office and went to the telephone exchange where they took the young lady opera tors in charge and shut up the exchange Having cut off all communication with the outside they took possession of the police station and held the Town Mar shal Jand night policeman in custody until they left town They took charge of the waterworks placing guards over the pumping sta tion so that no effort could be made to put out the fire citizenswereInvaded but these precautions having been taken the invaders rode through the streets shooting out the windows of the post office on the way and were soon at the factories they had doomed to destruction Citizens aroused by the shooting were warned to stay in doors and most of them obeyed the in junction The Orr factory was fired first and when the flames had a good start the marauders started for the Stenger concern Mr Orr was in his office when the raid was made and was put under guard and sent to his home wjth warning to stay there At the Stenger factory the mob evidently pressed for time wasted none but put dynamite under the building and blew it into the air Stopping only long enough to see that the ruins were well fired and that the flames of both houses were beyond control the night riders hurried away in all directions Four dwellings near the Orr factory were badly damaged and a coat office and two stables near the Stenger fac tory burned downIAfter the men left town a message was sent to Eddyville and 75 citizens formed a guard around their factories fearing that the mob would pay them a visit and burn their stocks of tobacco v At 7 oclock this morning the Sheriff oK Lyon County arrived with five men 1 E ileavily armed It was at first propos ed to raise a posse and pursue the mar auders but this was abandoned as iit was considered too late for such ac tionThere was about 150000 pounds of tobacco in each warehouse and all of iit was burned A few weeks ago tobacco barns nt Fredonia Kuttawa and Eddyville i Lyon County were dynamited- It is believed here that the raid iis part of the fight of the tobacco growers on the American Tobacco Company I but it is not known that any person connected with the Dark Tobacco Growers Association was in the crowd that made the raid The entire loss on account of the raid is figured conservatively at fSJ 000 Orrs loss is 15000 on building and JSOOO on tobacco while Stenger is 20000 on building and J6000 on I tobaccoThe on surrounding property is estimated at 5000 The factories burned are along the line of the Illinois Central railroad and it became known today that the whole crew of a freight train on that road were unwilling witnesses of the destruction of the property The freight was passing just as the night riders came up and the latter fearing the trainmen would give the alarm if allowed to leave took them from the train at the points of their guns and lined them up under guard and held them there until both build ings were destroyed- All the railroad employes in the yard wore threatened with death if they interfered in any way with the raiders When the freight train was allowed to depart it was followed by a volley from the detachment of raiders who had acted as their guard The freight was bound for Evansville Ind INCENDIARIES INDAVIESS COUNTY Owensboro Ky Dec 3James Wilson the largest tobacco grower in the county lost 10000 by the burning of his barn and its contents last night nt 9 oclock It contained twentynim mules and three horses fifty tons of hay 500 bushels of shelled corn and 200 bushels of oats There was no insur ance Wilson had a barn on the same farm filled with 150000 pounds of tobacco part of which belonged to tenant Wilson is not a member of the Amer ican Society of Equity and would not pledge his tobacco to it and he had sold on Saturday to the American Tobacco Company Bloodhounds were procured and fol lowed tracks to the road where the incendiary is supposed to have driven off in a buggy There is great indignation- in the city and Daviess county Presi dent Dunn and Secretary Taylor of the A S of E denounces the crime most bitterly Arm Broken On last Wednesday evening while engaged in storing tobacco in the barn of Mr Ed Oglesby Benjamin Miller son of Mr John Miller sustained a broken arm The young man was indingona pier when it broke letting him fall to the ground a distance of several feet The Christmas Trade A large Christmas trade is being anticipated by the merchants of Cloyerport They express the opinion that the coming holiday trade will be the heaviest in years and are preparing for it ac cordingly Dies in San Francisco St Louis Dec IA telegram from- San Francisco announces the death there yesterday of W W Polk a noted contractor and builder born in 1837 near Georgetown Ky Mr Polk came to St Lonis in 1873 after following his vocation In Georgetown Ky Jefferson ville Ind and Cincinnati He was president of the Old Mechanics Ex change St Louis and In the early eighties was a Democratic candidate for Congress About three years ago Mr and Mrs- Polk visited in Cloverport being the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith In April their residence was destroyed by the earthquake in San Francisco and in June Mrs Polk died Both leave many relatives in this part of the State ELECTRIC LIGHTS Another Effort To See cure Them For The City Is Being Made The matter of electric lights for Cloy erport has been taken up by the Clover anview to Installing a plant A canvass of the business houses and residences will be made to ascertain the number of lights that can be counted upon from these sources At the regular meeting of the city council last night the matter of furnish ing the city with lights was taken up with a representative of the company The council agreed to pay annually 5600 for lighting the citys streets The citizens should manifest interest in this enterprise and should do all in their power to help in securing lights for the town It is not a matter of one individualor a company of individuals profiting by the success of the project but the predominating thought should be that the city needs electric lights and then lend your influence to the end that the enterprise will be a success JARBOEBOWNE Mr and Mrs John C Jarboe announce the engagement of their daugh ter Elizabeth Wilson to Mr Edward Bowne The marriage will take place at home on the afternoon of Saturday December the fifteenth at three oclock BISHOP CARTER Preaches Excellent Ser monat Baptist Church Sunday Afternoon CarterBishop Thomas C of Chatta nooga Tenn preached at the Baptist church Sunday at 230 p m His theme was The Friend That Sticketh Closer Than a Brother using Proverbs 182 as his text He pointed out that an open en Jtny was more desirable than a milk and cider friend The enemy served to keep you alert to bring you to your best and to develop to you who are your true friends The speaker drew a contrast between the friendship of a mother and that of Christ between that of wife and that of Christ and finally between that of a brother and that of Christ He showed that Christ could teach us and sympa thize with us when mortal friendship failed Christ was the superior Friend in times of temptation in sin in affliction and finally in the hour of death The sermon abounded in historic and classic illustrations and withal was a- very fine discourse THE REVIVAL MEETINGS The revival meetings at the Baptist church are causing much interest to betaken in the cause of religion Rev Compton is delivering some excellent discourses and his congregations are loud in praise of him as a revivalist His discourse on Sunday morning was exceptionally fine The meetings will probably continue throughout the week Leg Broken Wallace Mattingly suffered a severe injury at the skating rink on last Fri day night While skating he lost his balance and in the fall his left leg was broken just above the ankle The boy was taken to the home of his brotherin law Mr Benjamin Ridgway where he is now getting along nicely Woodmen Banquet On last Wednesday night the Modern Woodmen of America gave a banquet At their ball Deputy Warden M E- Ward of Owensboro was present and deliveredan address on Woodcraft Three candidates were initiated Excellent music was furnished the bane quetersFour visiting members from McQuayp were present IRVINGTON ITEMS Popular Young Couple Married A Newsy Letter Miss Ethel Dowell and Mr Charlie Hawes wore married at the home of the bride last Wednesday at six oclock Only the relatives and intimate friends were present Rev E W Graves pre formed the ceremony Miss Dowell iis the daughter of Mr and Mrs Taylor Dowell and one of Irvingtons prettiest belles Mi Hawes is a promising youngman and has a position in the depot of Louisville Henderson R St Louis railroad at Irvington The remains of Mrs Will Hardin nee Nellie Stith who died at her home in Waterloo Alabama last Sun day night were brought to Irvington- for burial last Tuesday Mrs Hardin was one of Ekrons brightest and most attractive young ladies and was married- to Mr Will Hardin last July and left for their future home in Alabama She had been sick only a short time of typhoid malaria and passed out of this world at an early hour on Sunday night The funeral senices were con ducted by her pastor Rev J AWillet of Ekron and he made some very beautiful and touching remarks of her life The interment was in the Cedar Hill cemetery The recital given by Miss Grace Aim stead of Louisville last Thursday evening at the Methodist church was an occasion that everybody enjoyed very much indeed No doubt but what Miss Olmstoad has a reputation as an entertainer and teacher in elocution and oratory The music conducted by Mrs Mggott Mrs Nora Board and Miss Lucile Cunningham was appreciated to tM fullest extent and they always please the people with their selection- It certainly was an unqualified success and we hope to have another one soon Mrs G N Lyddan and children returned Saturday from Elizabethtown where they have been for the past month visiting Dont forget the grand oyster supper that the Knights of Pythias are going- to give in their Castle Hall over Gard ners store Tuesday evening Dec 11 Everybody is invited and dont forget to come Mrs Nannie Wathen is expected home this week after an extended visit to relatives at Bardstown and Louisville Mr Bert Cunningham of Chenault Indiana arrived Saturday for a visit to AN UNSEEN DANGER INfOOD TO GUARD SHIPS against the unseen dangers at tea the United States Government maintains lighthouses To guard your home against the un seen dangers of food products the Govern ment has enacted a pure food law The law compels the manufacturers of baking powder to print the ingredients on the label of each can The Government has made the label your protection so that you can avoid alum read it carefully if it docs not say pure cream of tartar hand it back and Sayplainly I ROYAL ROYAL Is a pure cream of tartar product of grapes aids the digestion fulness of food POWDEROFFICERS Ins bLitlr Mrs W B Gardner Miss Ruth Daughtery attct spending a week the guest of Miss Claire Jolly left for Louisville Tuesday I Mr Dave Bishoff loft last Tuesday for Versailles Ky to accept a position on the electric car line Mrs L D Bishoff spent Sunday iin Guaton visiting Miss Clarie Hook of 1Iudln burg is the guest of Mrs T R Blythe this week Mr Edwin Jolly returnedl to Louisville Sunday atter a short visit to his parentsMiss Irene Shunt spent the holidays at Louisville with hor mother Miss B Ada Drury left for Sunday after a several daysLouisilIeII her sister Mrs R B Several men from here attended the banquet in Louisville last Thursday evening by the Shriners Mrs S P Parks left last week for Brandenburg to attend the Lewis Ashcraft wedding Born to the wife of Ben Bates a girlMisses Grace and Emma Olmstead returned to Louisville Friday after be ing the guests of Mr and Mrs R M Jolly for a few days Mrs C L Chamberlain spent Wed nesday and Thursday in Louisville shopping H II Komper was at Big Spring Sunday the guest of friends Mrs C L Fisher loft for Glondoane Saturday from a visit to relatives and friends THANKSGIVING AT TAR SPRINGS Services at Laying of Church Corner Stone Attended With Good Results The laying of the corner stone of the new church of the United Brethren which is now in course of erection at Tar Springs on Thanksgiving day was conducted on an elaborate scale Bishop Carter of the Southern diocese was present and delivered an elegant and appropriate discourse on the site of the new building just before the laying of the corner stone in the afternoon Bishop Carter preached in the forenoon also in the house where the senices are for the present being held A large spread of edibles befitting a Thanksgiving feast was served on the grounds and a goodsized crowd was in attendanceThe church will be dedicated the first Sunday in March 1907 BAKING I Of The Breckenridge Fair AssociationNamed Hardinsburg Ky Dec hSpv4- ialAt a meeting of the Board of Directors of The Breckenridge Fair Association held here Saturday the following officers were elected Presi dent C V Robertson Vice President George W Lyddan Secretary and Treasurer Morris H Beard A com mittee on bylaws was namedl composed of John D Shaw Morris H Beard and John P Haswoll Jr The site committee are C V Robertson C W Dean Chas Drury and John P Haswell Jr After appointing these committees the board adjourned to re convene on the second Monday in Janv unry TRAINING SCHOOL I Will Be Located at Tar Springs Bishop Car ter Decides The location of the proposed Trala ing School for boys and girls wliioh has been under discussion for sometime will be at the Tnr Spring This WAS definitely decided upon during tbe viiit here last week of Bishop Carter who came here to look the field over and ascertain the prospects for A flour ishing school of this kind The bishop was highly elated with the community as a location for the school The plans asoutlined by Dr O W Musgrove who has beet instrumental in the location of the proposed school give promise of an institution that wilt be among the best anywhere The plans for the main building will be submitted next week when active work on the structure will be begun This building is to cost J3500 The people of the community were quite liberal in their donations Mr W J Halloday contributed five acres of land for a site and J100 Foreign subscriptions have been coming in innumbersThe of trustees of the school are W J Halloday J B Merserve Ben Taul Wm Taul Jas Sanders Those constituting the conference board are Dr C W Musgrove Dr J B Fisher Louisville W R Gentry Louisville Rev Whitten and J N rladley of the State W i i lJr f 1 J i JS v f 2 THE bRECKENRIDOE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 5 1906 I f J I i i i BilePoison has a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes 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LIKE ME f lild as lie Uttered These Dyin r Words to Loving Wife Ike Adair Passed Away Isaac C Ad + ir died at his home iin Fordsvi lie Ky at 1111 a mon Monday Nov 18th after an attack of pneumonia of ten days duration He was surrounded at the last moment by his wife and only child his brother Judge John S Adair and sister Mrs Mary Whitworth He was conscious to the very moment off dissolution and told his brother that heI was making a great fight He also spoke feelingly of the glorious dawn ing which awaited him He was en tirely conscious of his condition and onl ta few hours before the end made his las will and disposed of his earthly ppsses sions in aj businesslike way which characterized his whole life The last words spoken upon earth by Mr Adait were to his wife the companion of many years whose devotion lends an inspiration and a halo to theI surroundings Closely observing her lamentations and distressed condition he beseeched her to be brave like me Mr Adairs health had been bad for two or three years and the occupatio- that I the chosethat cf a bunkerdid no conduce to his general health In fact the confinement was so severe on his general health that he retired from ac tive duty as Cashier of the FordsvilleI Banking Company some months ago andI devoted his time to pursuits less con fining However the seeds had bee I sown and the condition brought on by years of hard work and confinement had made their inroads He was a doomedI man for months and those who kne him best could see the strain under which he labored Some two years ago he hadI a spell similar to the one which carrie- him I away but he rallied and recovered He never seemed to be his old selfagainI after this attack and was poorly prepared for that whichcame two weeks agoOnI Friday of last week his relatives at this place were notified of his condition and Judge John Adair Miss Dood Adair and Mrs Mary Whitworth went to his bed side His condition was thought to b improved and on Sunday they came home On Monday morning early the wires again told cf his bad condition aggravated by an unrettfol night Judge Adair and Mrs Whitworth succeeded in reaching him before he expir pired and were a consolation and solace to him at the end The remains were brought to Hawes ville his old home on Tuesday morning by way of Owensboro and taken to the home of his boyhood in the western limits of the city at two pm of the same day the burial occurred in the Haw esville cemetery Besides his wido and daughter a score ur more of the most substantial business men in and around Fordsvillemen who stood by h s side in the upbuilding of that live little townaccompanied the remains to Hawesville In this they made exhibi tion of their devotion to as honorable and as upright young man as the writer ever knew or met Mr Adair was not a church member nor a member of any fraternal organiza tion but that he certiinly had hope aria faith in the great future no one who knew him and watched his manly lire doubted A great throng of old friends relative acquaintancesthose from both the high and low stationfollowed the great pro cession to the grave and the tear dimmed eyes only gave outward expres sion to the pentup sorrow within Ike Adair was born near Skillman this county thirtyeight years ago He was the youngest child of the late Gen D L Adair and Sirs Sarah A Adair now of this city When a mere boy in school he exhibited an aptness for books shown by few children and it is told of him that when others of his companions were out at recess enjoying themselves in exercise so much loved by the youth of the land young Adair could be found bending over his books Such a business tact did he develop whea a youth that his old friend the lat George Smith jf Lewisport in 1881 a member of the Legislature had a special act passed by that body making him of legal age before he had reached the age of twenty one Mr Smith declared in so doing toot no person with so bright a mind as ike Adair and with his natural business instinct should be hampered by the law The Kidneys When they are weak torpid or stagnant the whole negglect heed the warning of the aching back the bloated face the sallow complexion the urinary disorder and begin treatment at once wit- hHoodsSarsaparilla which contains thebest and safest curative substances eureisend I Co L Hood Co Lowell MOM and that he intended to remove the ob stacles and he did so In his younger days Ike Adair did snme exceedingly creditable newspaper work notably on the old Hawesville Ballot and on one of the leading papers of Helena Arkansas Before he wa twentyone he was appointed postmas ter of Hawesville though the confirms tion of this oppointment did not come until he had reached his majority IIn this position he served the four years under the administration of President Harrison and no one will deny the fact that in that position he was not sur passed in efficiency by anyone In 1893 after he retired from the postoffice he went to Fordsville and or ganized the Fordsville Banking Co and with this institution he acted as cashier as above stated The bank in a short solitd was Mr Adair in this particular line that ho was engaged almost exclusively in the last few years of his life in organizing similar institutions in Ken ttucky Tennessee and Arkansas and his death we are told that he held stoc in no less than fifty of these country banks not a one of which was anything except successful As a result Mr Adair though a comparatively young man attracted the attention of financiers remarkst much telephone property and owned the Hawesville electric light plant Just what he was worth at the time of his death it would be difficult to estimate In brief he was regarded as a financial genius and his advice was often sought afn fecting the solidity of financial investments Mr Adair was married to Miss Lou PwMcAdams and he leaves one girla bright child of fourteen Miss Marian schooldatLorettaMr leaves two brothers Mr J S Adair of Stephensport and Wm S Adair of Texas The former iST the banking business while the latter is a newspaper writer of force and recognized ability in the Lone Star State Besides his mother he also leaves three MisseDood Adair the present postmaster WhitIworthI worthAt the graveside the floral tributes were the most profuse ever observed at the local cemetery and came from va StatesThe grief of the friends and loved ones of this gentle man was heartrending There was a universal realization that a noble young nun a true father and husband and an honest and sympathetic citizen had departed Hancock Clarion ICalarrh of the nose and throat should freewtrial box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Nothing so surely prows merit asa real actual testand Dr Srooo to prove this earnestly desires that we let you make that trst This creamy Snow White healing balm soothes the throat and nostrils and qjickly purifies a foul InvestigateSevers Went Through Ice HutchInson Minn Nov tiThree children all eons of Peter E Hanson living near here wore drowned whle skating on Lake Marion All threa bodies were found soon after In about six feet of water Thrown From Rig Kenton 0 Nov 29ln a runaway Fred Schau finer an aged and promi nent farmer of southeast of Kenton was thrown from his buggy and killed Instantly CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Blgnatwe of- TwentyThree and Skldoo The use cf slang by boys finds some excuse in unavoidable association ithI unrefined men its use by girls is simply odious and a direct reflection upon theI attention and tastes of their mothers This is easily proven by inquiry into the sources of the petted phrases Take for example two of the latesttwenty I three and skiddo These have slightly different meanings the exact interpretation of the former beingto the rear and of the latter scamper J or flee in haste The former had its origin at the race track which ordinarily has only sufficient width to accommodate twentytwo horses side by I side so that the twentythird isII necessarily relegated to an unfavorable j position The use of the coined phrase therefore implies a knowledge of details of professional sport the possession of which by a young girl is distinctly unbecoming The second is a mere substitute for skedaddle itselfII of the origin and now regarded byII common assent as egregiously vulgar Scores of like illustrations might be putII in evidence but these should suffice to I convince a mother teacher or even a comparatively ignorant girl herself to the desirability of seeking the roots ofI terms whose use she has come to regard as an evidence of smartnossNorth 1 American Review I PR VATE CAR SMASHED President Spencer of Southern Roads and Guests Instantly Killed WAS A REAREND COLLISION Two Fast Passenger Trains Wrecked Near Lynchburg Prominent Men Being Among the VictimsEleven Persons Receive Severe Injuries Cause of the Disaster ILnchlrurg Va Nov 30 In the rearend collision between two fast passenger trains 10 miles south of this city Samuel Spencer president of tho Southern railroad and five others were killed and 11 persons the majority of whom are negroes In- Jured Philip Schuyler a retired capitalist of New York was among the killed together with other guests Spencerst threekporters accident death list President Samuel Spen cer New York city Charles D Fish er Baltimore D W Davis Alexan dria Va private dispatcher to Presi dent Spencer William Pollard negro porter on President Spencers car who died In a hospital hero an un known person whose head and limbs are burned off short who Is believed to be the third porter on the private car who Is missing Mr Spencers destination was Friendship N C where he was going on a hunting trip with Messrs Fisher Schuyler Redwood and Merrill as his guestsTho collision was between the Jack sonville express and the Washington and southwestern vestibule limited both southbound President Spencer and his party as far as Is known were sleeping when the collision OCt curred and the probabilities are that all of thorn excepting Dispatcher Da- Is were killed Instantly It Is certain that life was extinct before the flames touched them President Spencers body was burned almost beyond recognition as was that of Mr Fisher The body of Mr Schuyler was taken from under the train before It was burned very much having been singed only slightly President Spen cers car was attached to the rear of the Jacksonville train which was standing still when struck The Impact drove the combination car forward and the express car lifted up together with Its trucks and crushed the car 40 feet leaving the remainder of the car strewn with tons of baggage and colored passengers who were pushed back like rats as tho express car crushed the combina tion car The combination car did not leave the track and In clearing the track the express car was hauled to a siding a mile distant on top and In the debris of the combination car How the negro passengers In this compartment which is known as the Jim crow part of the train escaped none of them being killed Is beyond explanation A number of them how ever sustained severe injuries The Jacksonville express had the right of way In the block and the en sine broke away from the train and proceeded two miles one of which was beyond Lawyers before the engi neer noticed he was without his raIn It may be that when he passed Law yers the operator gave Rangoon a clear track without noticing whether the rearend markers were to be seen before he did so D J Maddux the operator at Ran goon who was on duty at the time of the accident has disappeared It Is said and he can not be found al though railway officials have made an effort to locate him A number ransacked the wrecked cars for plunder Some of the passen gers are said to have participated in this and a large amount of jewels and money scattered about the debris was taken A porter was seen to go through a womans grip and throw away things of novalue to him and ap propriate those things that he wanted Washington Nov 30Tho special train arrived from the scone of tho Southern railway collision bringing tho bodies of President Samuel Spen cer Philip Schuyler of New York Charles D Fisher and Frank T Red wood of Baltimore and an unidenti fied negro porter Tho body of Presi dent Spencer was taken In charge at the train by a local undertaker The body of Mr Schuyler was sent on to Now York and the bodies of Fisher and Redwood taken to Baltimore Chief Pollock Talks Washington Nov 30An emphatic contradiction was made hero by G F Pollock chief of department B Interior department of allegations In the affidavit made at Salt Lake City by Michael A Myendorff a special agent of the government that Pollock had Instructed Myendorff to destroy four affidavits he had procured against the Union Pacific Coal com pany in the coal land fraud Investiga tion In Utah Lone Robber Nabbed Kansas City Mo Nov 2GA lone robber masked and armed robbed 15 passengers on eastbound 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Colonists Tickets One half Fare plus 200 To Southeast Missouri Arkansaw and Louisiana great reductions have also peen made You these tickets on the ffirst or third Tuesday of each month for a short time Homeseekers Excur sion tickets good 30 days for return with stopover privileges in both directions A CHANCE TO SEE THE SOUTHWEST AT LITTLE COST If you are looking for a new location In a growing country were land Is cheap and fertile where the climate Is mild and healthful where you can dolnltItyouthelooking around countrybeforeUlustrotedbooksL C BARRY T P A 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky NNiNNNiH NNKNW 2000 ROUND TRIP From Louisville to TAHPA PUNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida Via the I RailwayAnd NOVEMBER 20th 1906f i Also Low Homcscokcrs Rates on November 6th and 20th MississippiOklahoma firstclassreturning andcompleteC H HUNGERFORDDi- strict KYAKY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS w I I j I I Ji J t- I t- c t- e t- f t-t f J I t d y a Stit thsu J 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strengthbloatingsurely call for Dr Shoops llestorutlve For uncomplicated catarrh only of the nose an throat nothing else however need be used ba- ShoopsICatarrh SEVERS DRUG CO The KnirlUli of KiiRlnnil The London Dully Chronicle gives these eccentric pronunciations of u few of the curious place names that dot the map of England Rhudbaxton Is Rib son Woodmuncote Is Uddenmuckat Sawbrldgeworth in Sapser Church down Is Chosen Sandlacre Is Senjlker Little Urswlck Is Liloslk Aspatrln Is Bpethry St Oslth Is Toosy Clmddeti wyche is Charnage Happlsmrgh Is Hazeboro Salt Fleetby Is Sollaby Alui ondesbury Is Ameabury Couugresbury II Coomsbury The Satisfactory Part Jamie having come Into the posses sion of considerable wealth through the death of relatives was thus ad dressed by one of his neighbors Aye Jamie It was a guld thing for you that your rich freens waur horn afore ye- Weal said Jamie Im nile sac sure aboot that but it was a guld thlnv that they deed afore meDundee Advertiser Adapting Aim to End HeI think a womans club to be successful should aim at something far removed from female suffrage SheI dont agree with you That should be Its sole aim lIeYes but If It alms at something else it Is more likely to hit that Philadelphia Ledger Why She Left I MistressBut bless me why are you leaving us Mary Im sure I do all the work The General Servant Yes maam but I dont like the way you do ItSydney X S W Bulletin Whom to Conialt Be sure you are right Then consult your wife Then go ahead St Louis Republic A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of Consump tion I was reduced to 00 pounds when I began taking D Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs nnd Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by Seers Drug Co tiOc and gI00 Trial bottle free Prisoners Transported Atlanta Ga Nov 30 A special train from Washington brought Si convicts to the federal prison hero Tho train was switched to the prison several miles from tho center of the ticity and tho prisoners were transferred to their new quarters With the exception of four negroes all the pris oners wero white The trip from Washington was without special incl dent Rundown People NEED VINOL the modern strength creator and body builder Many people right here In this vi clnlty aro all run down and hardly able tp drag about dont know what ails them Such people need Vinol our cod liver preparation without oil whichI contains in a highly concentrated form all of the mcdlcnal and strength creating elements of cod liver oil ac tually taken from fresh cods liversI iseliminatedWe ask every man woman and child In this vicinity who is run down onurJ j Severs Drug Co I BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDE- IN THESE ITEMS Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Abroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column The opera house three stores nine dwellings and three barns in Gallit zen Pa were burned The loss will reach 250000 Both Norway and Sweden applied to the Russian foreign ofllce for rec ognition of their claim to the owner ship of the island of Spltzbergen ofiLon Ray father of Elsie Ray the girl he had just married Father objected to the match W P Dilworth proprietor of the Dilworth Hardware company store at Oklahoma City Okla was shot and probably fatally wounded by a man In an attempt to rob the store The robber escaped Four men fell 100 feet down the shaft of the Wind Bow mine near Webb City Mo and were Instantly killed The dead T A Miller 33 Burt Shumacher 30 E A Allison 25 Tom Epperson 26 Df William P Kane president of Wabash lad college died at a health resort near Hot Springs Ark Plans to form a 28000000 merger of Louisiana sugar plantations and sugar houses were announced at New OrleansJohn Daniel Debs father of Eugene V Debs former Socialist candidate for president died at Terre Haute Ind He was a native of Alsace FranceNegro press association of Okla homa and Indian Territory adopted resolutions condemning President Roosevelt for discharging the negro soldiersC Adams agent at Kayford W Va was arrested charged with the robbery of the express once at that place last Saturday morning when over 6000 was stolen Bank at Mendon 0 was entered by burglars who blew a hole In the wall of the building with dynamite They then blew open the sate but were frightened away before they reached the money Baltimore Ohio Southwestern granted Cincinnati switchmen increase of 4 cents an hour A memorandum submitted to the reichstag shows that the imperial debt amounted to 950000000 Oct 1 1906I Jules Cambon French ambassador at Madrid and formerly ambassador at Washington will be transferred to VtennaRepresentative Nicholas Longworth of Ohio and Mrs Longworth arrived In Washington from Boston TheyI went direct to the White House i Young Mens Christian Association building at New Britain Conn was practically destroyed by fire The loss will be 100000 The fire started from the boilers Notices of a restoration of wages to the scale prior to November 1903 were posted at the Hamilton cotton mills at Amesburg Mass This means 10 per cent increase of present wages Goat and sheep raisers of the Sac ramento mountains in New Mexico lost from 60 to 80 per cent of thelr herds during the recent blizzard Mrs Nellie Munson a bride of three months was chloroformed and bound hand and foot at her home in New York by a burglar who escaped with Jewelry and cash Annual report of the military sec retary shows that In the year ended June 30 there were 6258 desertions or 74 per cent for every 100 soldiers i In the United States army In n collision between a carriage and Westervlllo streetcar near Co lumbus 0 Miss Josle Hewitt 40 of Darbyvillo 0 an evangelist and W C T U worker was Instantly killed By tho accidental discharge of are volver in the hands of a fellow stu dent John Ross Fraser of Geneseo N Y was fatally shot through the abdomen and died at the university hospital Ann Arbor Mich Samuel Gompers was reelected president of the American Federation of Labor Mrs Henry Hartman and daughter Mary wore asphyxiated by gas In their home at Upper Sandusky 0 Georgo W Cable the novollst and Miss Eva C Stevenson of Lexington Ky were married at Philadelphia J D Miller formerly of Magnetic Springs 0 was struck by a passen ger train at Palmer Lake Colo and Instantly killed- Alarming earthquake shocks occur red In German Now Guinea tho Bis marck archipelago followed by tidal waves causing much loss of life among tho natives Miss Harriette Hargon of Pontiac Mich was killed and 1C other per sons wero Injured when an eloctrlc freight car crashed Into the rear end of an electric car near Birmingham MichThomas Stout colored was hanged At Lexington Ky for the murder of Sim Lee colored Flro wiped out an entire block in eluding tho Sherman hotel in Aber deen S D Loss 200000 Albert De Baer was appointed United States vice consul at the City of Mexico He formerly held the same position at Callao Peru Mrs Abbie Ross confessed to burn Ing her house at Kokomo Ind for the Insurance and was sentenced to pris on two years She Is a widow withI six children The riRlKtiiriiti Abroad- An Knpllsi observer snys that he finds the American abroad both civil and genial I climbed to the top of DNotre Dame In Paris and fiund there i parly from across the Atlantic enjoy hug lunch The day was hot and a young mull In the group utTered me n refreshing drink At the top of the lacework In marble which Is the spin Df Milan cathedral three English speak lag men mot accidentally an Amen can au EiiRllHh clergyman and myself lie who hailed from the lend of the stars and stripes offered me his field glass the other did not even return our good morning salutation In a beer garden at Lucerne I followed the custom of the continent and asked per mission before sitting at a table of those already seated there fhe onlyI sue who did not raise his hat and re ply was an Englishman and the only one to make excuses for him was a jroinig man who prefixed his words with I gueso Inrrhmrnt Parchment IIs the skin of sheep or ether milmrlM prepared In sheets to render them tit for being written upon The heavier parchment used for drumheads Is made from skins of asses older calves wolves and goats All these are similarly prepared The skit being freed from the hair Is placed In a lime pit to cleanse It from fat The pelt Is then stretched upon a frame care being taken that time surface III free frcm wrinkles Tho flesh Is then pared off with a circular knife It is then moistened and whit lug spread over It Time workman then with a large pumice stone rubs the skin He next goes over it with an Iron Jnstrument and rubs It carefully with inmtnice stone without chalk The akin Is gradually dried tightening be- Ing occasionally required A Literary lrlae The largest amount ever offered as a prize for a literary contribution Is 1500000 rubles which Is still open for competition and will be awarded at St Petersburg on Dec 1 1023 to the writer of the best history of Alex ander I of Russia Araktchelef found or of the military colonies of Nov gorod left a fortune of fiOOOO gold ru bles to provide for this unique prize The prize giving day Is the centenary of the Czar Alexanders death by which time the money will it is eat mated have Increased to 2000000 ru bles Onefourth of It will be used to defray the cost of publishing the work which wins the prize To have beautiful perfect pink vel vetlike lips apply at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve Then next morning notice carefully the effect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean feverisbiiess and ate as well ill appearing Dr Shoops Green Salve is a soft creamy healing ointment that will quickly correct any skin blemishor ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large Glass Jars 25 cents Severs Drug Co A It o ill Inckumltli Louis XVI lad n passion for the locksmiths trade and It Is said that over his private library he hull a forge two anvils and a vast number of Iron tools together with all kinds of locks common as well as those of a secret and elaborate variety It was here that the king would conceal himself from the queen mud the court to file and forge with the Infamous Gamin who taught him the art of lockuiaklng It Is sold that Gamin while teaching the king his trade took upon himself the tone and authority of a master anti according to this sane master the king was good forbearing timid Inquisitive and addicted to sleep Louis lend also a great passion for timepieces and the dllllculty which he found In adjusting his clocks and watches Is said to have drawn from him the re flection tint It was absurd of him to attempt to bring men to anything like uniformity of bullet In mutters of faith when he couldnt make any two of his timepieces agree with each other A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching HHml Rlodlng IrotrudliiR IMIus UrngFIsis are uutliorlzLd to refund monuy It PAO OINTMENT falls to euro In U to 14 Jays Dec At AV III rli r- An amusing discussion recently took place between an artist and an author as to which period of her life a woman was the most fascinating Ac cording to the artist a woman should not be painted between the ages of twentylive nnd forty as she was In the greatest transition period of her life limo author on the other hand doeliiruB that sue Is at the height of hot fascination and beauty between the agar of thirty uud forty The qua tion Is still unslttledltromiten oltuiig Stll SllHliLN Sea snakes are very plentiful In tho south Pacific They ago widely distributed stray Individuate having boon se cured on the coast of Now Xenluml When swimming close to the surface they exactly resemble an ordinary snake except that the heath Is always below water At night thoj como ashore nnd Ho among the rocks They feud on flab and although their small double fangs appear lianinloM they mire reported to bo very venomous Clone Yonitir Men There are plenty of bright young men In the country whose hands have not been soiled by the dirt of latter tiny politics It will be a good thing for the state and for the nation to have them come forward and take an active part In public affairs It will be a good thing for party that reeogi sizes them them proper en Journal and J Tribune anrS Ifolldar Crowd For some men It Is sufficient recrea lien to have no workime moment that the knapsack of custom falls from their hocks they are happy Not to awake in the morning with the thought of what must IIP done In the tiny Is In Itself a sufficient recreation Naturally they have no veryI definite taste In holidays They go where It stilts their purses or their wives or Ihelr children To such men though IIIIPIInture never becomes n necessity It Is n luxury an agreeable augmentation of the souse of doing nothing A holiday maker of this type very often goes to a wintering place one of those resorts which It Is now the fashion for culti voted people to despise Such IOU tempt Is affectation A number of hap- pyl people create no doubt an oxhllarat Ing atmosphere Well behaved pleas ore seekers make an agreeable and ever changing picture A well ketpublic garden a good band and a flue view form attractions which no Ion tinental affects to despise and English people do not despise It either Ifconly the brightly dressed crowd should Imp pen to talk In a foreign tongue Lon don Spectator A Well Known Remedy One of the oldest safest and most fay orably known remedies in the world today is Draudreths Pillsa blood purifier and laxative Being purely vegetable they can be used by old or young with perfect safety and while other rem edies require increased doses and finally csaseacting altogether with Brandreths Pills the same dose always has Ihe same effect no matter how long they are taken One or two pals taken each night for a while is the best thing known for any one troubled with con stipation indigestion dispepsia or any trouble arising front an impure state of the blood Brandreths Pills have been in use fc r over century andure sold in every drug and medicine store either plain or sugarcoated Presidential order places 1100 dell uty revenue collectors In United States under civil service J T Harahan elected president of Illinois Central Railroad company succeeding Hamilton Fish Andrew Dobbies dry goods store at Columbus 0 damaged 3500 by fire Several employes had narrow escapes American Tobacco company declar ed a regular quarterly dividend of 214 per cent on common stock and an extra dividend of 74 per cent Mrs Esther A Standard 73 wifeI of former Governor E 0 Standard of Missouri died of neuralgia of the heart at her home In St Louis Transport Sheridan which was twlcee stranded and refloaed left Honolulu for San Francisco In tow of tug Slocum and transport Buford Ethel Tucker 19 of Shelbyvllle Ind hanged herself after quarrel with loverGeneral Stoessel who commanded Russian defenses at Port Arthur reported in financial straits Big flywheel burst at Whltaker Iron works Wheeling W Va Mill badly damaged Workmen escaped George C Flint Cos sixstory furniture warehouse West Twenty ninth street New York burned and 20 horses In the companys stables perished Harry L Brown railway mall clerk suicided at Canon City Colo Missed his run and faced dismissal Home In Rosevllle 0 Father In postal der partment at Washington W Alexander cotton factor arrested at Plttsburg Pa September 13 on a charge of embezzlement pleaded guilty at Augusta Ga Sentence six years Ho fled July S leaving 200 000 flouts Gen J W St Clair lawyer and pol itician tiled at Fayettevllle W Va The Atchison Live Stock companys mills at Atchison Kan were destroy ed by fire Loss 75000 Tho death is announced at Volcn dam Holland of Fritz Thaulow the Norwegian landscape painter 4 Madison Pavoy 80 of Washington 0 former state senator diet In Tex as whore lie wont for the benefit of his health Two white men fatally wounded In race riot at Wlgglnga Miss in which over 600 shots wore fired Started by negro resisting arrest II C Dubose cashier of Monroe bank Montgomery Ain said to heI22115 short Bank is solvent nnllI secured against the shortage IJnos Armstrong GO unmarried coal baron of tho Kanawha valley died at 4 Point Pleasant W Va through tak Ing an overdose of headache medicine I Theodore GriflUh 01 native of Day ton 0 iliad at Indianapolis huh where ho was a wholesale millinery merchant Served with an Ohio regi ment In civil war Gordon Willllto retired member of John Shllllto Co died In Cincinnati 4 Beware nf Ointments fur Catarrh That IContaInsniursury will surely destroy the sane of smell soft completely dvruiw the whole sys tern when entering It through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy slelnns us the damage they will do Is tenfold 4 to tho good you run possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure ntaiiufurturtd by F J Cheney k Co Toledo O contains 04 no mercury und Is taken Internally acting dire tly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system In buying Hulls Catarrh be sure you get time genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by P Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottleI Take Halls Family Pills for constipation B Tho Kind beeninsignature ofs 7 and has been made uiulor his personal supervision since Its Infancy tillsAllbutExperlmcnts orInfantsWhat is CASTORIA Costoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms WindColicConstipation and thoStontacllsleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years YIlt GINTAVII MUMMY ft DUHIUT Tucrr Htm VOPK errr I HW V rV 1J AT THE NEWS OFFICE I Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price 1900 Sanfords Premium Writing for fountain pens per pint FluidIIWriting and Copying Fluid per pint 50 w uo Sandfords Library Paste Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds and Mortgages iMemorandum Books School Supplies Business and Social Statfonery iMonogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes Printed and Engraved Business Cards Daify Papers Magazines and NovelsIISouvenir Post Cards I For Sale at the I I NEWS OFFICE I I N A IfJn Seeing the Southwest EXCURSIONS Dgubtless you have heartof1 the Bumper Crops which have been raised this year in Arkaiuus Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texa and New Mexico Have you compared thrum with results obtained in your section Is your work where you are bringing you adequate returns for the capital invested and the labor expended rf not II change would be beneficial perhaps A visit to time Southwest will open your eye Out in Okhtliom the Inst big land opening Iis soon to take place farms mire still very cheap in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and time OulfJCoust of Texas Let us give you full information about these sections You will want to see them after you hove examined our illustrated literatureVERY RATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP to South western points the First and Third Tuesdays of each month Geo H Lee General Pass Agt Rock Island Little Rock Ark J N Coruatzar Asst Gen Pass Agt Frisco Memphis Tenn H I McGuiRK Dist Pass Agt I ROCK ISLAND FRISCO LINES CINCINNATI OHIO u L S j i ji C S I 4 THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 5 1906 i1 1 t V H 1 d t I 1 I t d 6 i1 j 1 i i I I i r j I i c r f f J t I 1 tit i i BRFXKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAQE SONS Publiihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or VI MS If paid at the end of year CARDS OFTRANICS over flye lines charged ot aUhe rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 ems per line Money In advance Ex union the label on your paper Kit Is Dot correct please notify as When ordering a change In the address tubscilbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY DECE + IEER 5 1906 TARFORK L C Kcennn was in Clovcrporl Thursday night T II Chancellor mnde a busi ness trip to Hardinsburg Friday ramos Chancellor who was par alyzed some time ago is improv ingMiss Maggie Keenan who has had typhoid fever so long is rapidly recovering Uncle Jack Ewlitt of Jolly Station and Mrs Josephine Ran kin bf Tarfork were married Sunday evening November 26 Rev C L Golf officiated Asher Newby who as stated last week was moving to Magan bought property of Arch Tuul hero and moved to it Mr Tnul will move to Kansas Rev Geo Jones of Pellvillc returned to his home Saturday after conducting another meeting at Cave Spring church the re sult being thirtyfour additions to the church seventeen being hap tized Bro JonesJ accepted the call as pastor tor the ensuing year Meeting Saturday before the fourth Sunday and also Sun day in each month Prayer meeting every Saturday night at Cave Spring YVnleiuM In Firmer In some parts of Fnuuo walnuts form n resuliir article of diet The peasants eat them with bread that has oftentimes been rubbed with garlic The hygienic effects are considered good replacing meat to a large extent Those nuts are also used to mnke oaII It Is much cheaper anti similar In tl to that pressed from olives idol Is cm ployeit to adulterate the latter The prisoners In certain prisons are en gaged In frcrkiug walnuts and picking out the kernels which are pressed Into oil WEEDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard to digestThe to treat consump tion is whn you begin trying yourselfOthers Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will begin in time and will be rigidlyregular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion freshair rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free lie sure Hut this picture in the Inrm of a libel is on the wrapper of every bottle ol LmuuioQ you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and Sf all druggists STEPHENSPORT Rev Lewis filled his Appoint ment hero Sunday He has ac cepted the call hero for another yearLogan Murray of Louisville was a guest at the Conn house onThanksgivingBruce family of Mat toon Illare expected here soon to visit his brother Scott Bell Letch Brown of Louisville IS visiting relatives here Ed Stiles has moved to Ten CityThe box supper was very well attended The receipts were something over 11 Miss Cecil Dix received the prize Arthur Bluine left Friday to join his wife in Tennessee The sick in our town are all im provingMrs E Bluine left Monday for Louisville Dr Mitchell was in town list week doing dental work Ho did quite a hood deal of work He will be here the last Monday Tuesday and Wednesday in each month Any one wanting work done will do well to see him Open the bowels and get the cold out of yourS system Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar opens the bowels and at the same time allays the inflammation of the mucous membrane Drives out the cold and stops the cough Absolutely free from any opiates Con forms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists 4A b SANTA CLAUS Santa Claus will make his heads uar at our store during the holidays We are carrying everything in his lineW J Schopp Slephensport DOES ADVERTISING PAY B F Beard 6 Co Know It Does They Have Been Shown That advertising pays and Jives larger returns for the money than another investment was conclusively proven at the store of B F Beard Co of Hardinsburg on last Saturday This firm advertised last week in The News that on Saturday they would sell Hoosier cotton at a reduced price As a result on that day 4000 yards of Cotton was sold and other sales were extremely large Members of the firm say that people were in their store who had never before been there and that it brought buyers there whose custom- it had been to trade in other towns The firm was highly gratified with the results obtained from the Rover tisement in The News HlLknrr Tree It is rather a pity that our hickories should receive highest appreciation from us when they are yielding up their substance In roaring Humes In our fireplaces For nowhere In the forest world can we llml a genus of trees that Is as a whole more attractive and valuable than the genus hlcoria Must of the hickories are beautiful In summer when their glossy foliage IIs at Us host In autumn this foliage turns the color of uncoined gold and when bare of leaves there is revealed an oakllko twist to the branches which makes thl1I4 trees most picturesque and beautiful objects In the winter landscape We hnve never made as much commercially of the nuts as we might well have done Our Indian predecessor know how to make a most attractive beverage from them md the early settlers pressed trout Ilium an oil that was a luxury The pocau in the only hickory species that has been developed told cultivated to any extent and this has only recently begun Its career as a cultivated tree Country Llfolu America rCould Take 11111 Choice At a recent Inquest In a Pennsylvania town one of the Jurors after the usual wearing In arose mill with much llgnlty protested against service nl leging that he was the general man agar of an Important concern and was wasting valuable time by sitting as a Juror at an Inquest The coroner turn- Ing to his clerk said Mr Morgan kindly band mo Jervls the authority on JurloBi Thou after consulting the hook the coroner observed to the un ivllllng juror Upon reference to Jervls I find sir thkt no persons aro exempt from service as Jurors except Idiots Imbeciles and lunatics Now under which head ing do you claim exemption Success Magazine The World Debt to Flower I have never known man or woman who has not Improved In character by ecomlug devoted to the affairs of flowers and I venture to say that the world at large Is under the deepest obligation to pansies violets roses and lilies to name but a few of the blossoms that silently help tho good angel of taanklBd Christian World DIED IN ALABAMA Mrs Nellie Stith tiardin Passes AwayWas Most Estimable Young Woman Mrs Nellie Stith Hardin died In Waterloo Ala November 25 1900 It was indeed a shock to her many friends in this and other communities when the sad news came Nellie isi dead Sae was the idolized daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Stith of this place was born in Antelope county Nebraska Eebruary 9 1836 professed religion and joined Dig Spring Baptist church at the ape of 18 In May 1000 she connected herself by letter with Ekron cnurch in which church she lived a useful member until God called her home She wa happily married July 4 1000 to Mr W N Hardin of Rivrrton Alabama but formerly of this county Immediately after their marriage they left for their home in Alabama When the sad affliction came her parents were called to her bedside three weeks prior to her death All that loving hands and medical aid could do was done But alas That kind and loving husband is left in that little Southern home bereft of all happiness Her parental home is shadowed happiness fled and all earthly joys vanished since Nellie is no more But grieve not as those who have no hope for in her Christian life we can recall every evi dence that Nellie is now in heaven Her remains were brought to Irving ton Ky accompanied by her husband parents and nurse Miss Jett Ham of Birmingham Ala The funeral services were conducted by Rev Jimmie Willet and in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends she was laid to rest Wednesday the 28th The bereaved have the sympathy of the community A IRIBND Ekron Ky OrlBttinl of Uncle Toby Captain Roger Sterne the father of tile autli r of Tristram Shandy was tMJO urlglutil of Vile i Tuliy As caiitulia of Chudlclghs segment of foot a marching rudiment ever on the move Roger Sterne and his finally tasted the most varied military amid domestic ex periences In Flanders at Gibraltar and tlually at Jamaica where the old cam paigner died of country fever A Bliiipls minded good natured but shiftless and rather peppery Irishman Roger bore his disappointment bravely and carried his load of debt with a light heart My father says Sterne was of a kindly sweet disposition void of all design and so Innocent In his own Intentions that he suspected no one so that yon might have cheated him ten times n tiny If nine lad not been sum cient for your purpose Such a char acter and such a father supplied the germ from which the genius of the son developed his conception of one of the most perfect and delightful portraits In the gallery of English fiction Sex and Ileblrth The theories concerning the possl bility of our having previously existed peem to be endless Of them all I think the one best which suggests that sex Is reversed at rebirth and that when we turn up eons after we previously ex isted we do so either as men or women according to whether we were women or men aforetime This largely ac counts for the suffragette and for the long haired thin voiced creatures who potter around boudoirs play the piano like sweetly pretty things and call themselves men Presumably the best material of which we were fashioned then Is now used In our composition for the most iminly women and effemi note men generally have some good points about theta But if one Is to keep on performing these Protean feats through all ages It hardly seems worth while worrying over sex problems It seems to me In the long run that wo shall onch get about equal according to this arrangement London World Long Tennessee Fight For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness inside my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to rev turn Best salve in existence 25C at Severs Drug Co The Ryes ot the Ingle That the eagle has a most wonderful power of vision Is shown from the fact that It flies In almost n straight line for any object which It desires to secure Baby eagles also possess this farsIght- edness Long before human eyes can discern them their gaze Is fixed on die tance and their cries of welcome to their parents are shrill and continuous The structure of their ryes makes them peculiarly strong The brightest glare of sunlight does not affect them Ea glen do not fly as high In the air as some other birds but their flight Is very long and steady A peculiarity abort eagles Is that they are constant to their mates not changing every sea son as most birds do Sometimes the same pair of eagles will return to the same nest year after year They seems to become acquainted with tho locality md if they are not disturbed are regular tenants GOVERNMENT WALES LOW H T Newcomb Gives Facts of Inter EarnersI retail cost of the ordinary articles of food used In the United States advanced no less than 17 per cent 1000 to be more exact that Is the purchaser of food for a family had to pay 117 In 1004 for the same quantity and quality of food that 1 would purchase In 1SOO These are official statistics compiler by the highly skilled experts employed by the federal government and every housewife knows that they do not over state the advance Other necessities of life have advanced In cost with approximately equal rapidity Unquestlonnbly wages ought gener ally speaking to have advanced some what In proportion to the Increase In the cost of living In private employment this line apparently taken place the average wages per hour reported by the federal bureau of labor being 1730 per cent higher In 1004 than In 1800 and the average weekly earnings 1270 per cent higher The advances thus represented are spread all over toe country they characterize every private Industrial enterprise and have benefited all classes of workmen em ployed In private undertakings How Is It with public employment A few undertakings conducted under public ownership employ labor like that similarly serving private employ ers In the saute communities and In these cases the public rate of wages has slowly been advanced somewhat In proportion to the advance In tho wages privately paid But where any American government municipal state or national Is the sole or by far time largest employer of a particular class of labor the advances to meet Increas ed cost of living have been so few that the ordinary Investigator will bo un able to discover a single instance Throughout the postal service among the 25000 clerical employees at Wash ington In the customs and Internal revenue services there have been no advances In pay to meet the rise In cost of food clothing and shelter The pay of letter carriers for example re mains precisely where It was fixed twenty years ago by an act approved on Jan 3 1887 The largest printing office In the world is that maintained at Washing ton by the government and there the federal government employs a largo force of Intelligent and highly skilled workugmcu A change In the basis of payment In 1899 from the pIece- work to the per hour system prevents comparisons with dates prior to the change but wages have remained sta tlongry snce March 3 1899 although the official statisticians report that the cost of food has advanced since the rate of wages was fixed by statute ful ly 1225 per cent During the same years the wages of printers In private book publishing or job printing estab lishments advanced throughout tho United States as follows Compositors male 1407 per cent compositors female 2030 per cent press feeders male 2241 per cent press feeders female 2127 per cent pressmen 1175 per cent II T Xewcomb DO YOU OWN A HORSE Electric Light Plants Are Like Horses In Some Respects The subject of depreciation is well worthy of the careful consideration of those who are prone to Ignore that Item In estimating the cost of lights supplied by municipal plants But AH more people own horses than lighting plants It may be helpful to consider lepreclatlon us applied to horses You pay 230 for a flve year od horse Thats original cost If you bor row the money you must pay Interest all It If you dont borrow it you lose the Interest you would get If you dldut buy the horse Either way Its Interest You feed the horse and perhaps hire a nan to take cure of him Thats oper Ulug expenses You get him shod oc casionally mind rail in the veterinarian When he Is sick Thats renewals and repairs After n few years In spite of the best of care the liorso is no longer capable of doing the required work md is sold for 50 a loss of 200 us ompnrcl with the original cost Thats depreciation If you havent laid that by year by year out of the horses earnings youve got to borrow it to buy a new horse and you may not find it easy to do so if you havent re paId the original loan Thats what happens to municipal plants that dont provide an adequate depreciation fund Making Peter Pay For Paul Whether a public utility be admin stored by the government Itself or by ai private corporation we hold that every person who uses It should be held to pay the cost of tho service which ho receives and that no man should be compelled by taxation or otherwise to bear any part of his neighbors ex icnaes for light and power for tele phone service yr for transportation of hImself or of his goods Every proposal that n municipality assume operation of all public utilities and reduce rates to persons using them regardless of what the service nay actually cost Is nn attempt to force some men to bear the expenses- of others because where the outlay for operation exceeds earnings the deficit must be made up by taxation and this we denounce as socialistic and there tirorho3tllo to justice andjjubverslve lEtaIIJ1IHIIH I IT PAYS TO DEAL WHERE III SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED II ITS THE QUALITY THAT SATISFIES Highest quality will be found in our line of Cloaks The price IThe We must close this line out between new and the holidays to g3 and f5 Cloaksto make them go we have cut the price PiInthat formerly sold at 15 and f6 I 350 Footwear 320 For Special lot of Womens fine l Winter Shoes of Glaze Kid Dull Calf Button We are closing this stock out at 320 I This is an extra bargain I Ladies 550 400 Skirts at I Just a few left and we are making this reduction to close them oute StylesI newIBLANKETSIand imWe name prices and describe everything in our We ifi you to come and look price yourself We are preparing for Old Santa so bring along the children to see nice Candies and things iiJ store to make this the of allS ChristmasesIIIJOHN T Hardinsburg r r HURRY HURRYI To McGlothlan Piggotts Store Irvington Kentucky want Goods cheap Everything they have is for sale cheap Come one come all oC democratic gorernmohT Bbiiik Cochran Senator In Doubt Do you think that municipal ownership would eliminate graft I am not quite sure answered Sen itor Sorghum whether it would date It or simply originate a new kind Washington Star J LE ROY PLOWS draw prolonllthe theyf IIOLIEEASYaThey run smooth hold to the ground when stony clear well In loose soil They wear well Not tile cheapest hut the hest glade RoyflowsConrad Payne 6 Cloverport A suitable Christmas Gift Is a savings account earning 5 percent Send 1 to 1000 We is sue certificates in the name of child or friend mail them to be received for Christinas If have idle funds SEND FOR BOOKLET N BANKING MAIL Owensboro Savings Bank Trust Company Owensboro Kentucky Jas H Parrlsh Pres 4GET READY Already we are Inylns aside some very attractive places for Christmas presents A word to thu wise Is suf ficient come In select something nlceII and let us hold It for you for Crist- max delivery WJ Sohopp Stophensport FOR SALE 83 23 Acres lying or Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport Will Sell Reasonable For particulars address W L NOELL Kya Very Latest and newest things IWaitings at lOc per yard White gray Blankets tra heavy soft fleece exIGood values from 65 cents 400 a pair store want cant and for Imany other Christmas happiest I HOBEN I IBli fSli I If you Sorghum ollml EASY and They Co relative We you BY Watch For The- Big ChristmasOpening of Oelzes j Big Store December 2 EverythingThat Please f Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic HaIIrli1tottIeI 50sZa i 0 fa FJ L ii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 5 1906 5 r i j P k i J c i J- Il 1 1of A- f Yw i t 4 ChristmasWe a full line o- fCandies and Fruits FRUIT BASKETS Remember at Christmas time a young girls fancy seriously turns to thoughts of candies ant fruits e Boys let us fix you up a basket LOWNEYS CANDY gettheful boxes that make nice Cbrist mas presents Mixed Candy 5c Ib are carrying n TOYSWe line Every thing from toyland Fresh Oysters and Celery L SippelCloverport LOCAL AND PERSONAL Penny Pictures at Brabandts Cattatt Prestons for the hest four Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at OConnellsPreston Lewisport flour the best on the market Ask your grocer for Lewisport flour Take no other R O Perkins was iin Louisville Sat urday on business Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plank have returned home from Iowa Half dozen Cabinet photos for one dollar this week only at Brabnndts 1 There is no bettor flouron the market It is made at Lewisport Williams Jells i- tt Mr J R Williams was confined to jiis bed several days the past week from illness a Miss Johnson of Walter Boone county Ky is visiting Mr and Mrs B W Noell Mr Chas F Elsom and Miss Eugenie Kiel were married Saturday in New Albany Ind Miss Minnie Murray of Hardinsburg was here Monday the guest of Mrs Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs J J Dyer spent Thanksgiving with their niece Mrs John Neubaur Mrs Georgie Howard and son Wayne went to Evansville Ind Fri day shopping Mrs J Haynes of Union Star Iis visiting her daughter Mrs Chas F Hook of this place Mr R W Roberson of Mill Stone Ind was the guest of Mr and Mrs Dave Wilson last week Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Miss Cora Hagan of Lewisport has been visiting her uncle Mr 0 B Mat tingly for the past week Miss Marion Bowmer gave an all day dinner party Thanksgiving for her guest Miss Jean Todd of Owensboro- If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnellMrs G Gregory Dr Simons and Miss Mary Jarboe spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Ella Gregory of Branden burg Miss Jennie D Patterson returned Monday from Lyonia whore she has been visiting her sister Mrs A J Wright for thb past few days Mrs Ben Carrico and son Joe Car rico Mrs Ollie Richardson and son Mack Richardson of Meade county were here Saturday to see Mr J E Keith on business B F Beard Co of Hardinsburg have a large stock of jewelry on hand which they have just purchased for the Christmas trade You should inspect their stock before purchasing elsewhere- C G Schwarz the expert upholsterer from Owensboro has located here for a short time in the Nolte building do Tuffs Pills of a billotis habit will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you hove been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHEoE and nervousness which follows restore gloomyfccJngs Take No Substitute J Iing upholstering repnring and refinish finest of work garanteed Ome and see him Miss Jennie D Patterson spent Thursday and Friday in Owenslw ro with Mr and Mrs J A Brown and attended the annual Thanksgiving banquet of the Knights Templar given at the V M C A building on the 29thOne of the most delightful sports that has ever been furnished the young people of Cloverport is the Skating Rink which is run by Miss Mamie DeHaven in Oelze Hall The Rink is quite popular which is due to Miss De Havens good management Sheriff Miller sounds a note of warning in this issue to delinduent tax payers that they should heed If you do not want your property levied on and sold you should pay your taxes at once He has designated times and places where you may meet him Many sufferers frog nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it Is in all respects like the healing helpful pain allaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerots drug in it The soothing spray relieves at once and cure is cer tain All druggists 750 including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York To the Public I have accepted a position with the firm of Shapinsky Bros Cloverport and respectfully invite my friends throughout the county to call to see me Any favors extended me by them will certainly be appreciated and I as sure them fair and courteous treatment in all their dealings at this store RespectfullyIsadore Popham Mr Isadore Popham having accepted a position as salesman in our store we invite our customers to call in and see him Knowing him as well as we do and having the utmost confidence in his integrity honesty and hustling abilities we consider ourselves forte nate in securing his srrvices Respectfully Shapinsky Bros Cloverport r OUR PRICESA- re competition proof When they look around and compare quality bybuyingW J Schopps Stephensport RichardsWilson- Miss Ella Richards of Cannelton Ind and Mr William Wilson of Pa ducah were married at the brines home last Wednesday The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev Moss The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Richards Mr Wilson is a Cloverport boy and is the son of Mr and Mrs D V Wilson The bridal couple have been the guests of relatives here Gregory Co for Cedar shingles and Ruberaid roofin- gHenderson Route Notes Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply Special one way second crass Colo nist rates West and Southwest Nov 20 Dec 4andl8 1906 Jan 1 and 15 Feb 5 and 19 March Sand 19 07 The Ilctnnrknlile then The rhea of South America Is n re markable bird said an ornithologist The male rhea hatches out the eggs He null not the female Is the setter He sets always In a quiet and desolate place where there Is no food nothing to attract enemies and ns soon as the young are horn the question Is how to feed them The rhea answers that question In advance Three or four days Before the eggs are to open lie shoves u couple of them out of the nest with his bill and los them In the sun What Is tho result The result Is that tho hot South African sun decomposes the eggs mill the father breaks them as the your birds begin to appear In tho nest and tho flies settle on them and In twentyfour hours they are alive with wormstender juicy delicious worms the best food In tho world for the nest of new born blrdllngs Gnrrlck UN tauter Writing of Gnrrlcks literary efforts I suppose not every one knows that ho was the author of such well ktpwn lines as Their cause I plead plead It In heart and mind A fellow feeling makes one wondrous kind Or this again Let other hall tho rising sun I bow to that whoso course has run Or ngalnjj Hearts of oak aro our ships Hearts of oak are our mon But I suppose every one knows his epigram on Goldsmith who wrote like an angel nUll talkd like poor Poll nn epigram that conveyed only half the truth as Gurrlck would have been one of the first to adml London Sphere n SCANDAL In Connection With Russian Famine Relief Fund St Petersburg Nov 30Prompt steps have been taken by Premier Stolypln to deal with the situation aris ing out of the famine relief contract scandal In which a man named Lid val and M Gurko assistant minister of the Interior are Involved The premier has called a special meeting of the council of ministers to discuss the affair M Gurko has resigned When he presented his resignation the pre mier told him he should not quit of lice but that for his own sake at least he must face the court The unhesitating fashion In which the premier is handling this affair will It Is believed strengthen the con fidence in and aid the cabinet Instead of Injuring It at the approaching elections PLANT BLEW UP Two Hundred Persons Killed or Injured In a German Town Berlin Nov 29Near the town of Wltten Westphalia a roburlt factor blow up killing and injuring many persons The number of dead will exceed 50 All windows In the adjacent town of Annen were destroyed by the con cussion and many houses were un roofed No house escaped injury The inhabitants of the Immediate neighborhood fled anticipating an other explosion In the vaults of the factory Uoburlt is an explosive of high power composed of salt petre ammonia sulphur and other ingredients It is not easily exploded by a blow and it can be burned with safety In the open air Its power Is second to that of dynamite Battle With pulaJanes Manila Nov 29 Governor Curry of the Island of Samar reports a des perate fight between Pnlajnnea and volunteers near Albalato Nov 26 Pedro De La Cruz an outlaw chief was killed and 20 of his followers were wounded The remainder of Cruzs band were dispersed Cruz was second In command of the Samar bandits He was recognized as a desperate character and had been fighting since 1896 He refused to surrender to the Americans His fol lowers believed him to be Invulner able Governor Curry says that the end of outlawry in Samar is near WITH ALL HANDS Canadian Steamer Foundered In the Recent Storm Wlarton Ont Nov 2SThe coast ing steamer J II Jones owned by tha Crawford Tug company a local con corn foundered off Capo Cocker Thursday afternoon and all hands I I wero lost The crew consisted of 12 all from Wlarton and tho number of passengers Is estimated at 16 The Jones which plied between Owen Sound Wlarton and Manltoulin Island ports waa one of tho staunchest steamers on the Georgian bay and was commanded by Captain Crawford a freshwater navigator of large ex perience Part of the cabin a lifeboat and two unidentified bodies have been found by Indians on north shore of the Christian islands Major Markland Maysvllle Ky Nov 26Major Matthew Markland born In this city Oct 5 1838 died at Elks home here He served with distinction as privata and after many promotions was placed on the retired list Feb 25 1891 with rank of captain his retirement being based on disabilities occurring In line of duty He was promoted to major April 27 1904 His funeral will occur Tuesday at Arlington cemetery Washington D C where ho will bo 1 burled with military honors alongside his wife who was a sister of General George A Crook Duellists Dead Memphis Tenn Nov 26A special from Cleveland Miss says that In a pistol duel following a minor disagree ment between Joseph Hammond a druggist of Boyle Miss and J M OBryant a farmer of that vicinity at the formers store both of the prin cipals were killed and HammondA brother was shot and wounded Oil Company Indicted St Louis Nov 29Two indict ments with a total of 72 counts wero returned by federal grand Jury against WatersPierce Oil company charging tho company with having accepted ro bates and discriminated in legal freight rates on shipments of oil in violation of the interstate commerce law and the Elklns act- Renounces Title Sheridan Wyo Nov 29Hon John Fallows Wallop son and heir of tho present Earl of Portland went before the judge of the district court and declared his Intention of becoming a citizen of the United States Ho also renounced his right of succession to the title and estates of his father In favor of his son John Walker Wallop Seven Soldiers Killed The Hague Nov 30 An official dispatch from Dutch Guinea an nounces an encounter between a detachment of Dutch troops and a strong band of Alfours who wero traveling from Kansas to Fakfak Seven soldiers were killed and one officer and six men were wounded Patrick Case Olean N Y Nov 26 Governor Higgins before leaving for Albany said that he had come to no decision upon Albert T Patricks appeal for executive clemency and he had told no one that hpwould commute Pat ricks death Jntenco to life Imprisonment f Nasal CATARRH In All IU itages Elys Cream Balm cleanse soothes and heals the diseased membrane It core catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead Quickly Cream Halm It placed Into the nostrils spread over the membrane and isI absorbed Relief li immediate and cure follow It is not drying doei not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent at Drug gliU or by null Trial Size 10 cenu ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New York ff p DR TAYLOR ft Representing 8 TAYLOR KEENE m DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO thell hemt mmmonth Lightfoots office W Will be In Flaldinsburg on the f4 jM ft jlmonthl 6S1 ml t r 7KASTROLThe r I IItorStrengthI Oil StrengthI IISEVERS DRUG C- OWants I + + lI j WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION TilE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under this head at I one cent u word per week I WANTFD 1tgo Musk Hut skins ulso 1000 CurlerC1uerport milesfromgoad stable und schoolhouse on place Price J20 SICO down and three years for rest with Interest S II Adkisson lodllmrc Ky TIE MAKERS WANTED onNedllurusKyLoulslIIe FOIL SALE014 acres river bottom Good HenryTuteM IIllIerIIrlck1 lIeurlnltIkntesXews puKSALK An Ideal cash register for1 nnle For 1urtleulnrs write to The Hruckun ridge News Cloverport Ky FOR FA LEA beautiful tea set decorated lIowersiJOOnrecknrlolo FOIL SALEKurms Adkisson llros I for IretlrunCotCorportlyII I 07200 per year and expenses sultry pall weekly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky 1 tlonowlingonrldKO Nows hOo 1 thobrunchLcreSInor wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write tho DreckenrldRe News Cloverpott Ky WlumhlrWrIteverport Ky Fun SALEA Singer Machine In Rood re for 1s News ofllcoCloverport Ky I huOo FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Rood Laundry machine Also now and secondhand Gus und Gasoline EnKlnes MARTIN GABLE 511 3rd Street Louisville IC- yRaw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market pjice for oil kinds of Furs Every Trapper and Fur dealer should write us at once for Price List and our New Plan Address B F Wilson Fur Co Tuscola Ills Dolls Dolls- We have received u boat load of dolls for the little folks Dulls of nil kinds all sizes and descriptions 1V J Schopp Stephenspoit tzalYSnl 1Sr lS ll tsSnls7L5S + I Q 7tss4 iNOLTESiI IIWill i again hold full sway atII j our store We are loading theI I counters and shelves with ev I JI erything suitable for gift giving Get in early while the rrbig assortment is complete t More details later Avoid the rush j J C Nolte 8L Bro 1 Cloverport Ky d I Cadick Milling Co YOU CERTAINLY youdogRinedfromofCADICKS CADICKSGOLD FLOUR goesfartherIt makes the most deliciouc baked stuffs that flour can make There are no failures where Cadicks Gold Dust is placed in the hands of a good cookThink of that Well tell YOU more next timeMAKERS Grandview Ind W WAJWWWVUf THE RRECKENRIDGE NEWS And The LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD One Year For 200 IIBoth j1JWU1 tJ1 P New Service No Waiting HereVIAHENDERSON ROUTE carrydust1 Lumber you need We BET WREN have all kinds of FraLOUISVILLEming imitoriitl choice Poplar and Walnut isANDready for youEVANSVILLEThats the thing you Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m ut Evansville 9 were unable to get sop HI and patrons can rrr 730tt I Let us have your or Idol today Your House We respectfully solicit your patronage Barn or Stable may L J IRWIN need repitirsOeneral Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE KY REMEMBER US 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scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of llqucr wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon realize It stands highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In 50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery tellslm unhealthy au wutely tree by mall =Adiress Dr Kilmer tit norv of BwimpRoot Co Binghamton N Y Whet writing men tics reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mtstakeibut remcmberjtho name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the address Binghamton N Y 1 + on every bo- ttleThe YouthsI CompanionFOR I MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IiiHE volume for 1907 will U give for 175 an amount of good reading equivalent to twenty 4oopage bookshistory fiction science biography and miscellany costing ordinarily 150 each 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aeveier ivqiiiivuicnts of a PopularpailobHyfral JMIIIIUOfltt rertortoI detlnlthWi mil bo tile source of constant lufervuue CHARLES C KOTT ChUf Judge VELDOSJOHN UISIqcRii faKITF iluWK fwJeee The alxtre refers ta IFKJlsTKrN INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE IIlerll8ttollulGET THE LATEST AND BEST Ton trill t e Inttrateil hi our Wtcimcn jHiuee tent fre- eOCMERRIAM CO PUDLISHCRS SPRINGFIELD MASS tion the the the the and slip gold most UwSTtRS- nrttR ATKZ AL- OICTIONAPY Kod01 SOT Indigestion Relieves sour stomach palpitation the heart Diew11atya tat A MENACE TO CITIES Professor Fessenden Sounds al Note of Warning Cities Not Adapted to Operate Busi ness Enterprises Loss of Capital Through New Developments The Danger a Real One It Is becoming more and more generally recognized that undertakings founded on the great public needs o the highly organized society of modern times should be controlled by society Whether having the power It Is advisable that municipalities should actually engage in such undertakings or whether they should merely maintain their control as It has been aptly put through their powers as a landlord Is- o matter which will be determined by the municipalities from political social and economic as well as engineering considerations Considering the question from Its en gineering side alone It Is found that from the very essential nature of the matter only a certain class of engineer- Ing undertakings can be eUlclently and properly operated by states or munici palities It Is very Important that this limitation should be recognized as where the limitation has been over stepped It has resulted in heavy financial losses to the governing bodies im mediately concerned It has seriously checked development In engineering lines and these results have In conse quence afforded a strong argument to those opposed to municipal operation of public utilities- It is true that under state or munlcl pal operation some minor and sporadic developments may be expected but nothing of a general or important char acter Important developments generally come only from the hands of in dividuals or bodies responsible only to themselves and provided with the In centlve of a large profit The elimina tion of self responsibility and Incentive would Inevitably produce a condition In industrial and scientific develop ment analogous to the dark ages It Is to be noted that this conclusion Is derived from engineering considera tions alone and does not Include any consideration from the political social or economic side There may It Is conceivable be political social and economic considerations which tend to affect this limitation Considered how stunlllloltltIthat the field of state and municipal operation should be limited to under takings In which there Is no Immediate prospect of or need for Improved method A danger which Is always associat ed with the ownership of Industrial undertakings is that the capital Invest ed may be lost through the develop ment of new and cheaper methods and processes The extent to which indus trial machinery of certain types is rendered obsolete by new improvements Is not always realized The writer In personally acquainted with one street car railroad plant in which the entire electrical equipment of the power house was thrown out and replaced with Improved machinery four times within a period of ten years The Car negie company is reported correctly it Is believed to have scrapped on one occasion more than 1000000 worth of new machinery which hud never been used This has already become a serious matter for many municipalities which have engaged In undertakings lying outside of the engineering limits de Hued above Many of those municipal ities Installed plants for the production of electric light at a time prior to the advent of Important Improvements In generating and distributing electricity and as those municipalities In com mon with most municipalities made no proper allowance for dcjiruclatlon the capital Invested has boon practically lost and in addition the cost of elec tric light to the consumer Is much higher tliun It Is in other places equip ped with litter and more economicalI types of machinery In addition heavy and expensive repairs have been neces sary and the taxes correspondingly in creased This hits reacted upon the municipalities since the heavy rates have caused manufacturers to move away to other towns and this ugnlnI hits still further increased the burden upon those remaining There arc already Indications that n considerable number of these municipalities which have engaged In Improper undertakings are entering upon a period of financial dllllculty It A FosBomlen As a Socialist Sees ItIEvery recognlsoU authority ou SoIcialist economics from Marx to Ferrl has been and is an avowed economic evolutionist Thoy all without excep tlon recognise that public ownership under capitalism must come before theIfull Socialist programme can meet with realization Whoa the Socialist party shall suc coed to power In municipality state or nation it will fall heir to the holdings of its capitalist predecessors Ivory dollars worth of property that we can wrest from private capitalism through public owuurshlp will fall Into the Lands of the Socialist party without a struggle upon Its succession to power International Socialist Review What Government Is For It Is the appropriate function of the government to safeguard tho Individ ual and to see that the game of busi ness Is fairly played that tho cards are held above the table and that everybody Is given a square deal It is not the appropriate function of the government to sit In the game Hon Leslie M Shaw A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Government Finds Confederate Roster IncompleteWhite Man to Be Auc tioned Off Valuation of Railway Corporations For Taxation Washington Nov 27 Compilation of the Confederate part of the roster of officers and enlisted men of the Union and Confederate armies pro vided for In an act of congress In departmentfto be a very difficult task on account of the Incompleteness of the Confejl erate collection In possession of the department During the year a con siderable number of records of North Carolina and Virginia Confederate organizations and a few organizations from Florida Mississippi and Texas were received by loan which were carefully copied During former years the work progressed well from rec ords from Alabama Arkansas Flori da Georgia and Kentucky In order to make the rosters as complete as possible data will be taken from the Union records of Confederate prison ers Up to date the whole number of Index record cards prepared from the Confederate roster Is 3360441 Southern Roads Restrained New Orleans Nov 27The Inlet state commerce commission secured a restraining order against several southern railroads preventing them from charging an excess of 2 cents per hundred pounds over the old rate on lumber to Louisville Ky Evans ville Ind and points in Ohio The roads affected are the Mobile ft Ohio New Orleans Texas Pacific Ala bama Vicksburg Louisville Nash ville and the Gulf Ship Island railroads These roads recently raised tho rate to the above points and the commission applied to Judge Parlange In the United States district court for a temporary Injunction The railroads are given 10 days in which to prepare a defense Will Not Work Ellzabethtown Ky Nov 27The sheriff of this county will auction oft II white man named Auberry who refuses to work Auberrys services will go to his purchaser for the period of nine months The proceeding will be under the state vagrancy law which Is cullrcl into use so little that action under It invariably attracts at tention He was tried last week and convicted being found by the verdict visiblemeanswork Express Office Robbed Charleston W Va Nov 26The Adams Express office and the railroad station at Kayford 36 miles from Charleston was looted and burned by robbers Of 6000 taken more than 5000 belonged to C V Boxley n railroad contractor and was for Satur days payroll V E Adams the agent was found bound with a bullet wound In his leg He says he fired and was wounded in return and was beaten when he tried to give the alarm Kentucky Railroads Frankfort Ky Nov 27The total valuation of railroad corporations op orating in Kentucky made bv the state railroad commission for pur poses of taxation is 63902385 as against 61119605 for 1905 By reports to the railroad commission the gross earnings of all roads are given as 39066736 as against 34856447 The net receipts for 1906 Is 11531 092 as against 9754957 last year Shot WouldBe Slayer Hopklnsvlllo Ky Nov 27George Putman shot and killed J G Wright a schoolteacher after Wright made an unsuccessful attempt to shoot him Putman opposed Wrights election as principal of the school Wright rodo out to Putmans country homo called him out of doors and shot at him Putman got his shotgun from the house killed Wright and surrendered to the authorities Feltner Dismissed Lexington Ky Nov 28At Beatty vllle Lee county Mose Feltner of Hamilton 0 the former Breathltt county foudlst was dismissed by Cir cuit Judge Riddle on charges of con federating to secure the assassination of Judge James Hargis This caso has been called three times and the commonwealths witnesses have fall ed to appear Lack of Coal MayfIold Ky Nov 30Four fac tories three newspaper plants a foun dry and various othor concerns were closed down hero because of lack of coal for power Several hundred peo pIe will be Idle for the balance of this week This is the worst coal famine that evor existed here- Assassinated Bristol Tenn Nov 26A man named Porter was assassinated at his homo near Mendota Scott county Va He was shot three times and it is not known who committed the deed or for what cause The authorities have received a call for bloodhounds An Old Grudge MIddlesboro Ky Nov 27 John Upton a welltodo farmer of Cumber land Gap was shot and killed by Jim Herald a miner The trouble resulted from an old grudge Herald escaped to tho mountains Drowned In Rain Hickman Ky Nov 29J Handy Moore and Dr J M White fell from a buggy oxftho country road and were found dead In the morning having been drowned by the rain 1 I IpciiHnrHlod of Napoleon Napoleons father was a toper a man utterly lacking In moral sensibility anti his sisters were immodest and hysterical According to Dr Cabanas Pauline was particularly so Napoleon himself was exceedingly sensitive to atmospheric changes was headachey and had auditory Illusions He bad twltdilngs of the arms the shoulders and the lips He was at times the most Irritable of men often being un approachable Ills manta for destruc tion was such that he whittled pieces of furniture broke articles presented to tutu plucked babies while pretend lug to caress them nnd took keen de light In shooting Josephines rarest birds The slightest opposition threw him Into a paroxysm of rage But Inn campaign all weaknesses vanished Ills pulse ranged ordinarily between thirty and thirtyfive beats a minute amid never went above llftyflve The usual pulse rate Is about seventytwo a minute Backache cold hands and feet rhea matism and kindred ailments caused by improper action of the kidneys yield readily to a short treatment of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They quick ly drive the poisons from the system and thus afford relief A weeks treatment for 25 cents Recommended and sold by all druggists W S Manning 72 spoken of in In surance Investigation as Senator De pews rantankerous friend up the river died suddeny of apoplexy at his home ir Albany N Y George Ade denies that he is to be married to Miss Helen Hale the actressW Fisher of Qilboa 0 suicided In his law office Grieved over recent death of his wife Thomas J Devln 80 brother in law of the late President Benjamin Harri son died at Ottumwa la E H Fitch claiming he Is a preach er arrested at St Louis on charge of passing forged checks at Chelsea I T OBs Ri TOxiJagas this Bouwil 1Iruoan of ctanJapan will build a warship with a displacement 3000 tons larger than British Dreadnaught The Avoca wheel factory and con tents at Bath N Y were destroyed by fire Loss 50000 Piano factory orJacob Brothers on Thirtyninth street New York dam aged 250000 by fire Andrew Flaugher 40 and wife accidentally asphyxiated at their apart ments in Philadelphia- At Youngstown 0 Elto Acker man 16 shot and killed Charles Lod wick 19 his rival in a quarrel about a girlHome of Henry Frank at Madison O destroyed by gas explosion Franks daughter Martha 19 months od burned to death Suit for 15000 damages was begun by Hoover C Kinnear the contractors against the farmers who dumped an engine and cars into the ditch at a roadway crossing near LodI O Phillips House at Dayton 0 dam aged 25000 by fire Country home of Dr C E Sawyer near Marion 0 burned Loss 31500 Origin a mystery Failures during the week in United States 163 same week last year 160 in Canada 21 last year 26 Plant of Carnegie plow works at East Carnegie Pacompletely burned Loss 125000 half Insured- A J McMillan 65 manufacturer found In field near his home at Pitts burg Pa Murdered and robbed Block occupied by C F Graham dry goods house at Hlllsboro Tex burn ed Loss 175000 partially Insured Harry Hubbard 12 burled alive in a cave of his creation near his home in Swanton near Toledo O Walls caved In Dead when found The Pain FamilyYou they are numerous and make their presence felt everywhere The names of the family are Head ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomach ache Neuralgia etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derange ment of your system When the brain nerves become ex hausted or irritated Headache makes you miserable if the stomach nerves are weak in digestion results and you double up with pain and if the more prominent nerves are af fected Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills 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r d Ii SIi WI J H HI Blev I 1- II lag I De i bet Rlomot gist 14i I r b THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYf DECEMBER 5 1906 Of II- FF l J I 33- hh 1 I 1 I Mrs Mlttle Huffakcr HAD GIVEN UP AlL HOPE CONfiNED TO HER BED- WITHDYSPEPSIAS I Owe My Life to Peruna Says Mrs Huffaker Mrs Mlttio Huffaker R R No tI Columbia Tonn writes I was afflicted with dyspepsia for several years and at last was confined to my bed unable to sit up We tried several different doctors without relief I had given up all hope of any re lief and was almost dead when my husband bought me a bottle of Po runs At first I could not notice any benefit but after taking several bottles I was cured sound and well It Is to Peruna I owe my life to dayI cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac For 190- 7ADDISON Win B Long of Louisville spout Sunday with his mother Mrs Loner Mr John Lewis spent Thanks giving at home Mrs Caldwell of Shclbyville is visiting her sister Mrs Lewis Mrs Jennie Morgan has re turned from Louisville where she was the guest of Miss Alice BoardMrs D S Hurks entertained the Busy Bee society last week Mr and Mrs Sanford of Hart ford Ivy have taken Mrs L D Addisons furnished cottage for winterMrs J Minary and Mrs James Stephens of Louisville spent several days last week with Miss Nellie Burk and Mrs Long Mr A r Gross is quite sickat his home The ladies of Holts Chapel will hive an oyster supper on the evening of December 20 from 3 to 9 oclock Mr Virgil Fountain of Louisville is tho guest of his uncle Mr Xack Hard in Mrs Rosa Hanks has returned from a trip to Illinois and Evans villa Miss IElnora Lewis is visiting in Louisville Frank Lewis has returned from ChicagoJohn Buries withseveral frionds spoilt a few days hunting at his mothers summer home last week AXTEL Born to the wife of W A Burden November 21 a nine pound girl Mrs Eddie Fuller has been ill for several days The infant child of Mrs Hattio Hinton is very ill at this writing Ken McClellan who has been absent for several months has re turned home- Lawrence Speak has returned homeMiss Bettie Allen has been vis iting her sister Mrs Ilallie Hin ton for the past few days HARDINSBURG Items of Interest Gath I Ierect About the Coun ty Seat The county judge has appointed the following gentlemen as a board of su pervisors to revise the tax lists G W Beard W G Smart Scott CArt John Alexander and Vennte Moorman The board will convene at the court house the first Monday in January An important suit involving the con stitutionality of the new milling law was tried before Judge Jioorman Mon day The argument ot attorneys will be made later at a time to be agreed upon The style of the case is Abel Gllingwater vs The Irvington Milling Co The plaintiff is represented by Gus Brown and the defendant is repre sented by Jno P Haswell Jr At a meeting of the stockholders of the Hardinsbvrg Canning Company held November 27 the articles of in corporation were acknowledged and the following directors elected C L Beard Dr John E Kincheloe Wm Dellaven Charles Robbins Joseph Teaff H M Beard and John P Has well Jr The board of directors will elect the officers of the company A protracted meetiug will be com menced at the M E Chutch Wednes day night The pastor the Rev Isaiah Cline will be assisted by Mrs Lucy Mahan who is quite a noted preacher All are cordially invited to attend Quarterly court was in session last Monday with Judge Mooiman on the benchMiss Addie K Eskridge returned to Louisville last week to resume her studies at Bryant S Strattono Business CollegeIreston Iord of Louisville is visi ting his mother Mrs Mary C Ford Miss Anita Beard ot Louisville is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs G W Heard Judge Wm Ahl Jesse Kincheloe G D Beard and several other Red Men attended a banquet given by a Louis vine lodge of that order Thanksgiving Gus Brown and H C Murray were in Lexington a few days lust week Sam Bassett of Union Star was in town Saturday on a business trip T II Chancellor cf Tar Fork was in town Monday on a business trip Mr and Mrs Roscoe Eskridge will leave Wednesday for Birmingham Ala where they will visit their daughter Mrs Tomes Richardson Mr and Mrs P M Beard were the guests of Mr and Mrs D D Richard son at Union Star several days of last weekC W Dean of Glcudenne was in town Monday Miss Alma Moredock of Louisville ia visiting Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston Tiro W Bowmer of Louisville was here Thursday and Friday visiting his grandmother MM R G Gardiner Hichard A Beard has sold to EdgarI Goodman a thirty acre tract of land lying two miles north of town for 125 There will be a Steropticon lecture given at the opera house on Wednesday evening Doc 19 The proceeds will go to the parsonage society of the- M B church South Everybody is Invited A Card of 1 hanks Mr W N Hardin and Mr and Mrs C C Stith desire to thank the people of Irvington especially Mr and Mrs Marshall and Mr and Mrs Henry foi kindness town thorn preparatory to the funeral 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later poets Imitated wrote 315 Caw ocns Is responsible for 352 Sir Philip Sidney wrote lOS Spenser 88 and Dante 80 English sonnets were first written by Sir Thomas Wyatt 150342 and Henry Howard earl of Surrey 151747 and the first appearance of any In book form was In a rare publi cation briefly known as Tottles Mis cellany the full title being Songs and Sonncttcs written by the night lion oure Lorde Henry Howard late Earle of Surrey and other The greatest sonneteers of our language are Shake speare Milton Wordsworth and Ilos sottlLondon Standard TIger anil Vulture of the Sen If the killer whale Is tho tiger of tho sea as the writer of an Interesting article In tho September Windsor has It the orcas surely are the vultures of the ocean In connection with whalo catching tho author of this Interesting natural history article tells of the fol lowing Incident Some yentJ ago a whaler In the northwest had killed a large whalo and had the animal along side when It was attacked by a school of orcas They doubtless were half starved and crazed by tho scent of blood that extended away a long dis tance probably followed It up like hounds Immediately attacking the whale The men with spades and lances cut and slashed at them In flirting terrible blows yet despite this the orcas literally tore the whale from the ropes and carried It off This cer tainly shows that the orcas together with a very fair share of Intelligence are also creatures of extraordinary courageDundeo Advertiser Always In Trouble A still summers evening qulot and almost sad The trees nodded sleepily as if hustling the world to rest Sud denly the silent beauty was rudely dis turbed Tho clattering of a horses hoofs broke the sllenco Into a thousand echoes A horseman dashed through the scented lanes rage glittering from his eyes He sprang from his horse and rushed Into the still homestead and dragged forth Farmer Brown Why what be matter Squire Tamp son queried the worthy farmer In sleepy surprise Matter repented the squire Why matter enough to bo sure Your great lubberly son Jack has run off with my beautiful daughter Maud Has he really cried tho farmer now thoroughly awake Thcort right- t call 1m a lubberly Idjut lIes allus doln somethln clumsy Only larst week he went nn broke a shovel London Express Melting Fire Clay With Sons hays There Is an apparatus which concentrates the rays of tho sun from more than 0000 small mirrors on a spot about seven Inches in diameter The heat generated Is about 7000 de grees F Iron can be melted In less than a minute and fire clay fused In about threo minutes by this machine Magnesia one of tho hardest things to melt requiring a heat of about 0400 degrees R can be reduced to a molten state In twenty minutes For the benefit of those who wish to forget the name of this Instrument It Is called the pyrhellophor Protective Colors of Animal I seem to trace n faint clow to the connection between the protective col oring and the mind in the Intense de sire of the fox to remain concealed and unseen That this Is a possible theory we Infer from the fact that a blind animal does not change color Put a dozen minnows Into an ordinary white wash hand basin and they will In a very short time be of a pale color If over ono no change passes we may be tolerably certain that It Is bllnd From Dales The lox tines Attain I have a pleasant surprise for you Miss Sharply Can I guess what It Is Mr Bore someYou may try Miss Sharply Let me sec I guess you are going to tell mo that you Intended leaving thecityGood night Miss Sharply Good night Mr Boresomo Cleve land Plain Dealer Monotonous Wealth has Its disadvantages said thophilosopherYes the mart with sport Ing Inclinations It must be very mo notonous for a man to bo ablo to bet 5000 or 10000 on a horse race with out caring whether ho loses It or not Washington Star- Sounded Expensive Dumley How much will It cost to send a packing cast from Philadelphia to Boston Freight AgentSix cents K foot Dumley MyJ How many feet Is it from Philadelphia to Boston Philadelphia Press Au Ascending Scale Curates Llttlo GirlMy hen has laid an egg Vicars Little GirlMy hen has laid two Bishops Llttlo Girl Thats nothing My father has laid a foundation stoneLondon Sketch I Ho that was never acquainted with adversity has seen the world but one side and Is Ignorant of half the scenes et nature Seneca WILD WITHI I I ITCHING HUMOR Eruption Broke Out in Spots All Over BodyCaused a Continual Itching for Two YearsDoctors Medicine Did no GoodCuredat Expense of only 125 and Now THANKS CUTICURA FOR COMPLETE CURE a II Somo time ago I wrote you for a book on the Cuticura Remedies and received it O K and went and bought the Soap Ointment and Pills They did me more good than any medicine I ever used They cured me of my skin disease and I am very thankful to you My trouble was eruption of tho skin which broke out in spots all over my body and caused a continual itching which nearly drove mo wild at times I got medicine of a doctor but 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2Sc per rlal or 00117 be had or III drugglde A single Ml oftm cure I sutler Drug k Chew Corp Sole ereps 00lon1o- Iur ltu IeaeJ rmAllAbouttheStloalpsod Ulr Died On Wednesday November 21 1906 at 1230 a m the death angel entered the home of Mr and Mrs H H Hat field and took from thorn their youngest daughter Valeira Belle She was sick only a few days being taken ill with membranous croup Everything that loving hands and skillful medical science could do was done for her She suffered so much pain and yet bore it so patiently that she was scarcely heard to murmer We can not understand why God has seen fit to call her while she was so young but we know that God had a grand purpose in thus taking her to be with Him Valeira was a special favorite with everyone who knew her It was sad and yet beautiful to see the love and esteem manifested toward her by her little schoolmates at the funeral She was so dear and kind to them at school and everywhere that their sympathizing hearts were almost broken when they could realize that they would never have the opportunity of seeing and playing with her any more on this earth She was always delighted to go to Sundayschool and chnrch and especially enjoyed reading religious literatureAbout three weeks before she died she was reading a paper and found a little verse of poetry and she read it over and over again and called her mothers attention to it and told her it seemed so sweet to her She was so impressed with it that she copied the poetry and sent it to her sister who was away Following are the words of the poetry she wrote God sent an angel down to us Who knocked upon the door And took away our sister dear Oh tell me not that she is dead She is only gone before Although she was only eight years seven months and five days of age she could see something interestingly beautiful in this little verse She was laid to rest in the cemetery at Webster Her last words were Papa rock me to sleep Funeral services were conducted in a strong and impressive manner by Bro Wilson pastor of the church TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for SI Dr E W Hall 2920 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentuck testimonials Doing a Nice Business Ben Bates the barber at Irvington says he is doing a nice business ha settled down for life in that place and his ambition is now to get a nice home for his family educate his children and raise them to make good useful citizens all of which Ben is able to do There is no better barber in this section or in the country CASrOB Iaez1wiII I NOTICE TO I I TAX= PAYERS I I If you dont want to pay any more taxes and costs please meet us and pay at once t If not paid your property will be levied on rJ1II fit Bewleyville Tuesday Dec II I Irvington Wednesday Dec 12 I Webster Thursday Dec 13 Cloverport Friday and Saturday Dec 114 and 1- 5Lodiburg I I Tuesday Dec II I I Union Star Wednesday Dec 12 I Mooleyville Thursday Dec 13 I Stephensport Friday Dec 14 III III BimBftIfj mtlJ9lI iBiIIJ N411t+ e The Bank of HardinsburgII B F BEARD PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskiiilge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson BF Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General 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 C N J 1J LJ7 Glenns Great Boar and Brood Sow Sale WEDNESDAY DEC 12th 1906 AT LQUISVILLE KENTUCKY 50 GREAT BOARS 50 Sired by Chief Perfection 2d Keep On Corrector On and On Perfection siresincludingDiamond Corrector by Corrector also two yearling boars by Captivator and out of the Senior Champion sow U S Perfection a half brother to the great High Style said to be the greatest prospect for champion ship 1907 20 GREAT SOWS 20 Bred to the much admired Glenns Corrector 113817 Champion Kentucky State Fair 1906 It WIII Pay Youto attend this sale in person but if you can come bids may be sent to either of the auctioneers or to E K Morris of Swine Breeders Journal rCol G M Isenhower Martinsville Ind Auctioneers t IndtKy Sale to begin at threeblocksGlen Meadows Stock Farm Shepherdsville Ky For Catalogue address as above or to A Glenn 155 LaSalle St Chicago DIed We feel so sad the Lord has visited one of our homes and taken from it their little girl Little Lillian Carson died Friday Nov 23 from a blow on the head caused by a falling tree The little girl and her mother were passing nearytown when a tree fell and struck the little girl which caused her death Lillian was born Oct 28 1898 in Hus ton Texas Her mother brought her thisshad been her home every since Lillian was such a sweet child everybody loved her and we knowsho is in heaven She has gone before to prepare a home for mamma papa sisters brothers and other loved ones Weep not dear father and mother the Lord knows best he will not put on us more than we can stand Ho doeth all things weU She leaves a mother father four sisters and two brothers to mourn her death May the Lord bless you all in your sad hour A bud the garden gave us- A pure and lovely child VeepltiRTo openingTodayDownangelAndA FRIEND HAS STOOD THDTEST 25 YEARS t The old ChllTonIctasteleessstformnNocure End of the Tloneyiaoon yetIbeen able to determine tho exact meaning ot the word honeymoon Well then has your wife commenc yetHoustonPostPostFolly baund9butson Ln T 4 1I 1ti i 11- t 1i 1i i i 1 l f I 4I t m t I- e 11- Y t F THE BRBCKENR1DGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 5 1906 7 fj 1fl1f 4 trOL i6 I1Lydia E PnhhamsV- mgotaklm Compound Is a positive cure for all those painful ailments of women It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Com UlcerationFalUng JecnnarlyIt will surely cure Backache FemaleWeaknessworld has ever known Itis almost In fallible in such cases It dissolves and ofdevelopment Boarlngtfown Feeling IsInstantlycured by its use Under all circum stances it acts in harmony with the female system It correc- tsirregularity weakInesslug Nervous Prostration Headache General Debility Also Dizziness FaIntness Extreme Lassitude dontcare and wanttobeleftalone feeling excit sleeplessness II blues and backache These are sure indications of Female Weakness some derangement of the organs For Kldnoy Complaints and Backache of either sex the Vegeta ble Compound is unequalled You can write Mrs Pinkham about yourself in strictest confidence LTBU L PIITUUM MED CO Lynn lsua SAMPLE Deferred from last week Our now blacksmith is ready for work now Stop and see him Mrs Eugene Conner of Steph ensport was the guest of Mrs A C Hunter Sunday Quarterly meeting Monday and Tuesday Bill Whitworth and family will move to Stephensport soon Mrs E A Kissum will leave soon for Irvine Ky to be with her husband who has a position with the Cincinnati Cooperage Co Turkey Day Thursday the 29thJ II Miller and Willie Gibson were in Louisville last week on businessC Springer is very busy now receiving the many crops of to bacco being delivered here Milt MacAfee was here Satur day on business Mr Baysinger and wife of Tell City are visiting her parents A L Adkins and wife Misses Cora McCoy and Nellie Cashman of Union Star came through here Sunday en route from Hardinsburg James Skillman was here Fri day Mrs E A Kissam has sold her farm for a handsome little sum to Edward Roberts H T Dowell and wife were the guests of Mrs L D Dowell Sun dayMrs A N Jolly is on the sick listJess Walls was in Hardinsburg SundayL Dowell is illat this writingMiss Grace Dowell entertained Sunday Misses Gracie and Mary Hickorcqn Murrel and Eula Roberts Kate Furrow and Morton Brumfield All spent an enjoyable evening For chapped and cracked hands noth ing is quite as good as an application of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Put it on before going to bed use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring Sold by all drug gists RAYMOND from last week IDeferrcdHendry Louisville visited his cousin Winfield lien dry 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taken at the Sneeze Stage Pre venticsa toothsome candy Tablet will surely and quickly check an ap proaching cold or Lagrippe When you first catch coldor feel it coming outake Dr Shoops Preventics and the prompt effect will certainly sur prise and please you Preventics sure ly supply the prow rbial ounce of prevention Soldin C cent and 21 cent boxes by Severs Drug Co How it Feels To do Up In a Balloon Hare is a picture of how you feel as you leave the earth on your first balloon ascension OALet go everybody J shouts your pilot and the first of a series of strange phenomena strikes you For it is not as if you were moving upward or leav ing the earth It seems as if the earth were leaving you Your balloon seems to you to be standing perfectly still as if held suspended by an invisible hand while the earth recedes back back at a startling rate You look over the top of your basket at the people with whom but an instant before you were rubb ing elbows and you gaze into a multi tude of upturned faces cheering them selves blue and at a forest of arms waving hats and flags and handker kerchiefs Even as you gaze the faces blur and fade while the decreasing noise of the cheers give you an idea of the rate at which you are soaring sky ward And still you cannot feel that it is you who are traveling away and not the earth You do not feel tire least sensation of upward movement of the sort you feel while in the elevator of a hotell or office building On the con trary so indescribably smooth and easy is the motion that there seems to be none at all and were you blindfolded and were it not for the receding sound from the crowd below you would not know that the balloon had left the earth and you might be tempted to step overboard into spaceAmerican MagazineNew Cure For Epilepsy- J U Waterman of Watertown 0 Rural free delivery writes My daugh ter afflicted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life I otICoal Barges Foundered Steubenvlllo 0 Nov 2GThe tow boats Raymond Horner and G W Thomas from Plttsburg ran into the piers of the Panhandle railroad bridge during a dense fog here sinking 10 barges containing 125000 bushels of coal The towboats and bridge foundation escaped with slight damage The sunken barges of coal will b2 dislodged wtv holt TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine TabletsI rv O1tOVE Sslvnature money lson suepboxurcE FOOTBALL CASUALTIES Decrease Shown time Present Season Due to New Rules Chicago Nov 20 Eleven deaths and 104 severely Injured Is the record In this country of the football season of 1906 according to the resume of the seasons accidents in tho Tribune Those figures are compared with the casualties of 1905 when 18 players were killed and 159 severely Injured and according to tho Tribune shows that debrutallzed football has ac complished B a lunge degree the ob- Ject aimed at In rendering the ganu less dangerous to life and limb The decrease in casualties s especially marked among high school players In the season of 1905 11 high school plovers were killed and 47 Injured In tho noason just closed seven were killed and 26 badly hurt All the col lege and high school games this year were played under the now rules drawn up after the close of last sea son to satisfy the agitation for laws which dangerous football aroused by the long list of casualties In the sea son of 1905 Bishop Walker on Crapsey Buffalo N Y Nov 27 Bishop Walker Is quoted In reference to the resignation of Dr Crapsey as saying he did not cure to make any extended statement I deeply regret his dec lination to retract his statements His letter as you will see simply re asserts his sayings To me It Is a source of great sorrow that Dr Crap sey could not see his way to get back to his old teachings in which he was so able This Is the most painful hap Inning In my life I have known Dr Crapsey for many years and have honored and respected him for his great abilities Dr Crapsey may still be a member of the church and a com municant but he Is barred from per forming official duties Four Men Perish St Louis Mo Nov 29Four men were burned to death and probably 35 were Injured In a fire that practically destroyed the Lighthouse hotel con ducted by the Salvation Army at Ninth and Market streets More than men were asleep In the building 1600 the fire was discovered the greater number being on the second and third floors All became panic stricken and before the firemen ar rived and stretched nets many jumped from the upper windows and were picked up crushed and unconscious on the street Tho four dead were burned to a crisp The fire did 2500 damage to tho structure = Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made AIOXB for Pilesaud it works with certainty aud satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles dis appear like m Iglc by its use Try it and see Severs Drug Co Tillman at Chicago Chicago Nov 28Senator Benja min Tillman of South Carolina ad dressed an Immense audience Tuesday night in Orchestra hall on the race question The man whom the negro citizens of Chicago had an nounced their intention of keeping quiet made the most of tho opportu nity that was given him Encouraged by his reception he handled the race question In characteristic style There was a large force of detectives and police present but no serious disorder occurred In the hall A vegetable corrective for the stom achs of babies and children with the name of each ingredient in plain Eu glish on every bottle that is CABCA sWEET the ideal medicine for the little ones Contains nu opiates Conforms fully with National Pure Food and Drug Law Write E C DeWitt d Co Chicago Ill for the Baby Book Recommended and sold by all druggists Street Car Stubs of Rio There are first anti second class street cars writes Albert Hale In the Reader and II with n package In my arms hind taken a first class bond as n street car Is called In Rio de Janeiro lScarcely had I done so when the con ductor requested me to transfer to a second class car whenever It night come along because no one Is allowed to carry anything greater than 11 lap satchel first class So I humbly de scended Bud hall either to mix with market women and sweaty laborers or to take n tilbury A tilbury named after the English maker who year ago Introduced It Is a curious two wheeled light sprlngcd cab like au old fashioned gig Bud resembles a hansom without tho attachment for the driver lie sits Inside the tilbury A person without n necktie Is no more allowed first class on tho street cars than was I with my parcel They are decidedly particular In Brazil and In bent many fastidious ways from tho time of the empire when dress and manners were the mark separating the aristocracy from the working classes It is a mistake to nse a violent cathar tic to open the bowels A gentle move ment will accomplish the same results without causiug distress or serious con sequences later DeWitts Little Early Risers aro recommended Sold by all druggists THE NEW IDEA THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE SYRUP 4KENNEDYS AXATIYE JJCOUGH AND 34 Mores the Bowels Best for Children cn3- 4ar oICI canstlpadua espe ally Ihose contalnln oPIates lCennecWa Luatln Honey and Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates Uehsr oou8h cures In For Sale by ell Druggists BY POISON Philadelphia Woman Charged With Killing Five Persons Philadelphia Nov 2SThe most re markable case of wholesale poisoning of persons to secure insurance money that has ever been unearthed In this city Is charged against Bridget Carey who has been arrested The woman who Is 32 years old Is charged with having poisoned her husband Patrick her two children Mary 8 and Annie C who died a week ago and Patrick and Cecelia Cook tenants In the Carey house All of the alleged vic urns died within 11 months and the police allege that Mrs Carey benefited by their deaths to the extent of 1000 through the collection of insur ance The womans arrest followed an investigation made Into the deaths of her two children which occurred last week the coroners physician reporting that an analysis of their stomachs showed traces of arsenic Inoculations Fatal Washington Nov 29A dispatch was received at the war department from Governor General Smith of the Philippine Islands saying that the deaths of ten Blllbld prisoners Inocu lated with antl cholera serum are be lieved to have been caused by the act of a visitor in displacing a bottle of plague culture with the anti cholera serum The accident occurred during tho absence of Governor General Smith The dispatch adds that fur ther Inoculations have been prohib ited until examination and tests of serum are made Negroes Denounce Roosevelt New York Nov 30 At a union Thanksgiving service In which ths members of four negro churches at this city participated President Roosevelt was denounced ror his ac tion In dismissing three companies of negro soldiers from the United States army At the conclusion of the ser vice which was held In the Mount Ollvet Baptist church nearly every one present made a contribution to a fund which Is being raised for the re lief of the dismissed soldiers Death Rate In Canal Zone Washington Nov 27Not a single American died on the canal zone from disease In the last three months ac cording to a report the Isthmian canal commission has just received from Colonel W C Gorgas the chief sani tart officer on the zone The decrease In the death rate among toe empl pos Colonel Gorgas reports Is duo almost entirely to the decrease In pneumonia In October the deaths among canal employes were 86 negroes and two whites Infernal Machine by Mall Washington Pa Nov 28An at tempt was made by unknown parties to kill Burgess A C Marsh through the medium of an Infernal machine which he received by mall The arrangement failed to explode when opened however The sending of the Infernal machine Is credited to the Black Hand society which has been active In Washington county for moths and which Burgess Marsh has tried to break up Dead When Found New Orleans Nov 29The dead body of a man believed to be James Davenport of Cincinnati 0 waj found In a lumber yard here Papers and an accident Insurance policy found on the body bore the namo James avenport Cincinnati Ohio The coroners Inquest rendered a ver diet declaring apoplexy to be the cause of death Sweet Marie Sold New York Nov 30Sweot Marie the famous trotting mare with a record of 202 was sold at the Old Glory horse sale at Madison Square Garden for 14000 George M Webb man ager for E T Stotesbury the Phila delphia banker was the purchaser THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers t 00ft7 40 cows U 654 75 heifers I2 05 00 bulls 12 404 GO stockers and feeders 12 404 50 Sheep and Tambs Sheep 13 26 f5 60 lambs 15 257 50 yearlings J5 006 00 Calves j3 007 50 HORS Choice to prime heavy 16 23 ff6 30 medium to good heavy J6 05fi 15 butcher weights JS 20 6 30 good to choice mixed 1C 10rs 6 22U packing 5 756 00 pigs 5 50 6 10 Wheat No 2 red 7474c Corn No 3 4242VJc OatsNo2 33W33Hc EAST BUFFALOCattle Export cat tle J5 2508 00 shipping steers U 65Q E 25 butcher cattle J4 OSS 15 heifers J3 004 60 fat cows J2 6fl4 00 bulls J3 6094 25 milkers and sprinter J30 GO S60 00 Sheep and Lambs Yearlings JS OOIfG 25 mixed sheep 5 605 75 7 SO CalvesS 0008 60 Ileis Medi ums and heavies 6 50 Yorkers J Ii U 6 50 plffs J6 506 60 stags t 6005 00 roughs f 50fl5 9- 0PITTSBURGCattle Choice J5 70ft 5 90 prime IS 4005 65 tidy butchers 4 605 IM heifers J2 5094 40 cows stags and bulls 32 004 CO fresh rows 25 00059 10 Sheep and Lambs Prlmo wethers JS 4005 CO good mixed 5 10 S 35 lambs J5 OOO7 40 Veal Calves 16 008 25 Hogs Heavy hogs mediums Yorkers and pigs JG 5- 0CLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfed cattle 5 oO5 75 fat steers 14 255 00 heifers 3 604 50 fat COWl S3 2591 It bulls S3 003 25 milkers and springers 115 00BO 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs J7 50 wethers J5 005 50 ewes 4 755 50 Calves J7 50 down Hogs Yorkers 6 356 40 mediums 36 40 pigs J6 35 roughs 36 E05 15 stags U 004 60- CINCINNATIWheat No 2 red 760 77c CornNo2 mixed 44044 0 Oats No 2 mixed 36 lit 36yc RyeNo 2 71 72o Lard8 808 90 Bacon HO 12H Bulk meats JS 8744 Hoga J5 3006 39 Cattle J2 005 60 SheepU 004 G- OLambst MQ1 11- 0BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above 3SUS4o X Il32o No 1 4041o No 2 3839c fine un washed 252 o delaine washed 85H0 I6c delaine unwashed 29IOo Ken lucky and Indiana combing blood I334c I TOLEDO Wheat 76ttc corn Not oats 36c rye 6So clovarseed JS U I Oil North Lima 90o South Lima and Indiana 85c If 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 tti 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 lL GRIFFINOf- fice 32M2 St Ann St Both Phones 358 Owensboro Ky fOmHil Ht114iMh H t4i HHtt N Ht l tN11NM iM11 First State Bank IRVINGTON KY 3 I PruldenIAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIInterest Paid on Time Deposits essu s asses su us a BEWLEYVILLE Deferred from last week W J Piggott and family of Irvington attended church here Sunday Miss Lula Nunnelly spent last week with Mrs G A Foote Mrs closes Bennett and daughter were the guests of Mrs MaiI Bennett Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Meyer Big Spring was the guest of Misses Anna and Beulah Payne Saturday and Sun dayH C Barnes was at Custer Sat urday visiting friends Rev S G Shelley our presid ing elder held Quarterly Meeting here Saturday and Sunday Rev and Miy S G Shelley of Elizabethtown were the guests of Mrs Mal Bennett several days last weekG Morris and H 1 Snyder left last Tuesday for Oklahoma They will be gone several days Misses Flora Mcador and Mary Bcauchamp Charles Mercer and reel Gillmgwatcrs of Basin Springs attended church here Sunday cyLL1 tXA- mm theTheKind You Hare Always Bought gavue lit Destructive Fire Peoria 111 Nov 29A fire In the heart of the business district of this city did 84000 damages covered by 120000 Insurance The fire origi nated In the fourth floor of the Day Furniture and Carpet company In a room filled with furniture wrapped In excelsior and other Inflammable ma terial The entire stock of this build ing was destroyed by fire and water The observatory office building adjoin ing was damaged by smoke and water A broken gas main Is believed to have started the blaze = Outwits the Surgeon- A complication of female troubles withcatarrb of the stomach and bow els had reduced Mrs Thus S Austin of Leavenwortb Iud to such a deplor able condition that her doctor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Electric Bitters and to the pmnzemeut of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed cure for torpid liver kidney disease bilious ness jaundice chills and fever general debility nervousness and blood poison lug Best tonic made Price 10c at Severs Drug Co Tr it Death Rather Than Asylum Mansfield 0 Nov 29Mrs Clara Terman 42 tearing that she would be sent back to an Insane asylum from which she was released last Feb ruary covered her body with axlo grcaso and then pouring coal oil over her night gown touched a match to It at her home Her husband awak oned by her screams throw a robe around her but she died In a few minutes She leaves a husband and five children the oldest being seven She was examined by a physician re cently relative to her mental condition and had made a threat that she would never bo taken back again E C DeWitt d Co of Chicago at whose laboratory Kodol is prepared as sure us that this remarkable digestant andcorrective for the stomach conforms fully to all provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol laboratory is a very large one but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stom ach troubles could know the virtues of Kodol it would be impossible for the manufacturers to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by all drug gists I TG LEWIS SON 11 Dealers in Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish ment more uptodate Fine Jewelry Silverware Hollowware Flatware Goldspectacles andall other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautifuland cheap Sewing Machine Needles to fit all machines Musical instruments and findings I IBcst and finest repairing uof all timepieces fy r y L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 07 A M stops at Howard on flag only rrlve at Louisville 726 A M No 142 tally Mall and lsxpresskoavesClo Itverportarrives Louisville 12 35 p ID Train No 144 Dally fast mall loaves Clu verport 443 p m stops at all way stations atLoulsvilleaccommodationWEST noUND accommodationleavesvilla 900 a m expressleavesUawesvllle Lewlsport Macao Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 710 p m ar arives1034 p in Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 111PlIl arrives Evansville 135 A- lit St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 ana H6 between Louisville and St Louts Fordsyllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Kordsvlllo430 n rrlvcs Irvlngton 840 am Train No 4 Dallv except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 320 p m arrives Irvington SSQ p W Train No6 Sunday only Fordsvlllc830u m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 a m arrives Fordsvllle 543 pmTrain 05 Dally leaves Irvlngton 650 m arrives Iordsvlllo 025 p m LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET 001- NColt1ORATEpm Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarascon Toll Oily Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a ml Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm passengcIIticketsmeats delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 17F Cloverport to Owensboro 76 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150158 4th it Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS BFandPA I 6EOH WILSON Sept T LI I4 0 i ijt IiI I r 1 T 0 1 j J r f i