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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fir THE BRECKENftlDGE NEWS0 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTpp I 1 VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 1906 8 Pages M 22 IJ I J Jsv I Jsi Jsi a r i i i e Pl r l Y 3000000 Increase In City Property Made By Board of Equalization The City Board of Equalization has been in session for the past three days Considerable increase has been made in the valuation of the citys property An increase of 30000 has been made ver last years valuation The Board has gone after the large roperty owners and are raising the lists to what they claim is in proportion to the real value of the property with in the city limits Those comprising the city board of equalization are W G Smart HA Solbrig and Dr A A Simons Cloverport property is steadily en hancing in value and the factis very evident The Board is taking advan tage of the opportunity presented it and is going after the property holders The Board has set next Monday as the day on which to hear complaints from those who think their property has been assessed too high BIG SPRING Mr Jess Clarkson has returned from Louisville where he has been at the Nortons Infirmary since October Mr John D Meador wife and son Millnard were in Lopisville last week Mrs John H Meador is visiting her daughter Mrs T C Williams at West Point Mrs M H Strother is visiting her mother Mrs Sallie Clarkson and sister Mrs J M OConnor at Elizabethtown- Mr Rufus Dempsy of Sedalia Mo son of Rev Dempsy who was On this circuit twentyfive years ago was here from Friday until Sunday looking up friends and acquaintances Mr Owen Viers of Vine Grove was here Friday and purchased of Dr Strother four thorough bred English Berkshire colts Born to the wife of Will Hilf on the 4th a son Society is all astir getting ready for the ClarksonKemper wedding the 18th The ceremony will be performed by the Rev T B Overton of CamRbellville The following compose the bridal party Miss Ollae Mae Clarkson will be maid of honor Mrs Milton Bardwell of Louisville will be matron of honor The best man will be Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman of Hardinsburg the grooms man will be Mr Harold Davis of Madison Ind Mr Milton Bardwell of Louisville and Mr Sidney Hansler Smith of Chicago The marriage will take place at the home of the bride at 2 30PM Mr Ben Clarkson attended the Lewis Ashcraft wedding at Brandenburg the 4th where he was best man Mr Raymond Moorman is in Louis ville for a short stay Dr Wells an optitcian from Louis ville was here last week forseveral days Mr C C Martin was in Louisville last week and disposed of several hog heads of tobacco- H Meyer was in Louisville last week and added to his already large stock of holiday goods and candies Miss Clarkson returned hnme Thurs day from Louisville Mr Melville Snowden of Cincinnati tcame down and nccorapained his wife home last week Dr Strother was called to Ekron Thursday to see Mrs Dr Stith who presented her husband with a fine boy H H Kemper was here Sunday Miss Lydia Ackley Clarkson was in Louisville several days last week Dr Duncan the dentist will only be here a few days longer Mr Will Tindell of Garrett has been visiting his sister Mrs Jack Collins several days last week Rev McConnell has been conducting a potracted meeting at Rozetta Mr Jonas Lyons was here Wednes day the gnest of his brother Foster TARFORK L C Keenan was in Hardinsburg Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ell Fisher spent last Tuesday at his fathers Chas Fisher at Rock Vale Arthur Beard was in this community several times last week on official busi nessJudge Mercer of Hardinsburg was at the home of T H Chancellor Sunday Miss Stella Ruppert spent a few days recently with her cousin Emma Mat tingly near Mattingly Misses Mathis Burden and Dollie Barbee went to Louisville Sunday for a stay of two weeks They will undergo treatment for their eyes while there Miss Mary Jackson will be home from Bethlehem college to spend the Holi daysRev and Mrs C L Goff went to Ohio county Friday for a visit to her mother Mrs Hawkins Charlie Beavin of this vicinity had the misfortune of havii his hand cut off in a corn Shredde near Jolly Station last week At last accounts he was doing nicely Announcement Luncheon At an announcement lLncheon given last evening by Mr and Mrs J R f Skillman the engagement of Miss Eliz abeth Venable daughter of Mr and Mrs T S Venable to Mr George Del ker was made known Mr Delker is a son of Mr J G Delker and is a well known young business manOwens boro Messenger IRVINGTON terns of the To wn and Vicinity Chronicled In Newsy Paragraphs A number of young people were de lightfully entertained last Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Ellen Mun ford The leading feature of the evening was 42 Those among the guests were Miss Lucile Cunningham Miss Willla Drury Miss Eva McGlolhlan Miss Hallie Moore of Houston Texas and Miss Lydia McGehee Mrs A B Sitter Louis Jolly Crayton Cladcomb and Hillard Biggs An Epworth League was organized at the Methodist church last Wednesday evening with fifteen members The officers were appointed and will be elected 9n the fourth Sunday evening The league will meet every Sunday evening at 630 and everJbody is invited to come Mrs Charlie Beard and children Sanford and C Lot Hardinsburg have returned home after being the guests of Mrs Nora Board last woek Miss Eliza Piggott spent two days in Louisville last week looking at Old Santa Claus fSee the nice line of jewelry at Shell man Cos And you will be pleased What they sell is good My stock of millinery must go regardless of price 3 hats for 150 2 hats go at 1 Mrs P McCoy Dr and Mrs L B Moreman and son Louis Bennett are at home after a visit to their parents in Brandenburg Ladies and Gents watches the very best at the right prices Shellman Co On last Thursday a dinner was given by Mr and Mrs A B Coleman The boise and table were beautifully decorat ed Covers were laid for twelve Union prayer meeting at the Biptist church Thursday evening Everybody is invited to come Mr and Mrs Wilson of Hanson Ky areguests of their brcther Rev B F Wilson for sometime Miss Mary Joe Mattingly spent Satur day in Louisville shopping Rings from 1 up We sell solid rings only at Shellman Co Every woman and girl wants a Christmas hat Call on Mrs P McCoy Mrs W B Gardner has retnrnad from Brandenburg where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs Tommie Rhodes for several days J B Herndon was in Louisville last week on business Solid silver ware inspoons novelties ect Shellman Co- Mbs Nellie Smith returned Monday from a few days visit to Miss RebaLewia atCloverportMrs Whimp and daughter Kathrine spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville shopping Signet Rings hat pins lace pins waist sets and fob charms of the latest patterns Engraving free Shellman Co Miss Ella Kemper of Grot came Thursday to attend her brothers wed ding which is to take place on Tuesday Dec 18 E H Shellman Co has over 7000 surplus How many banks with 115000 capitol can beat this on three years business making over 22000 That makes this bank one of the safest in the state Linen Shower Miss Elizabeth Skillman willjgive a linen shower this afternoon in honor of Miss Elizabeth JarboeI HARDINSBURG Happenings In General In and Around the County Seat A protracted meeting is in progress at the M E church The Rev Lucy Mahan of London Ky is assisting the pastor the Rev Isaiah Cline Miss Mahan is preaching very fine sermons She has a remarkable flow of language Her discourses are logically arranged and as a speaker she is very clear and forceful Congregations that test the serf when you hear her Much interest is being manifested in the meeting and it is hoped that much good will be accom plished before its close The condition of Mrs Herbert M Beard is much improved and her rapid recovery seems assured The Local Committee of the A S of E have sold at 900 a round all of the pooled crop of tobacco of the year 1904 that was put up by Barney Squires at Cloverport William Gardner the well known Irvington merchant and former deputy sheriff was in town Monday- 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 John E Monarch formerly county clerk but who has resided in Daviess county for several years has purchased Judge Millers farm lying near Kirk and will move back here about the first f the year Miss Mattye Reid of Glendeane was the guest of Miss Judith Ellen DeJernett SundayDr E Kincheloe spent several days of last week in Louisville- L B Reeves of Louisville was in town Sunday visiting friends Mrs Chas L Beard was the guest o Mrs Nora Board at Irvington several days of last week Ed Dillion spent Sunday in Louis villeJ L Sheldon of Burmingham Ala was the guest of friends here Sunday Miss Anita Beard of Louisville who has been visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard returned home MondayThos J Moore spent Sunday at Glen deane Miss Lytie Ford entertained the Ladies Reading Club last Thursday Mrs Charles Scott and children of Culfport Miss are here visiting Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman Mr Scott is now on a prospecting trip through the westThe Commercial Club secured two more members last week Miss LeliaMcGary and Dr E F Day visited relatives at the Falls of Rough SundayShellman has purchased a lot on West street and will at once commence the erection of a residence Only another evidence that Hardinsburg is on a boom The displays of Christmas goods can be seen in the stores of our merchants They have brought on more goods than ever before for the holiday trade DR DAVID DAVIDSON I DIES At OLD AGE Dr David Davidson one of the most prominent men in this county died at his home in the Skillman neighborhood on last Wednesday night Death was due to senility Dr Davidson was eightyeight years of age and was well known in this and adjoining counties He was a large land owner and had accumulated con siderable money The remains were interred in the Sandy Creek burying ground the follow ing Friday- A wife and several children survive A S OF E SELLS 1904 CROP OF TOBACCO The American Society of Equity in this county has disposed of its 1904 crop of tobacco The crop had been pooled In Louisville and was sold a few days ago to parties in that city The crop brought what is considered an unusually good price selling for 900 a round IShe Pi9htKindN efa Groce will hand you ROYALeven if you go Blindfolded into his store and ask for Baking Powder Any maker of ALUM Baking Pow der would like to Blindfold the house wives so that they could not see the label on the can AVOID ALUM Sat taint I ROYAL is an of to the of you advuc yea from official BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK CITY L Major Wright a recruiting officer in I the regular army has been stationed in for the past few days get ting recruits for Uncle Sam He was successful in securing one soldier in the person of Aldon L Pate son of Mr Logan Pate formerly of lIar dinsburg but now of Lobiburg Mr Pate will be stationed at the barricks at Columbus Plenty of mud and rain C Springer was in Louisville last week on business Mrs Will Jolly and little daughter Mary Logan went to Sun day to attend church and be the guests of Mr and Mrs Graham Jolly Francis Dowell who has been with his daughter Mrs J V Ahl of Evans ville returned home last week Mrs A N Jolly is very much im proved at this writing W D was here Saturday on is his dwell ing house with the addition of four new and Mrs Joe Allen of Hardins burg spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Vol Fife George Basham was here Sunday Miss Mamie Miller by her grand mother tyrs A C Hunter spent Saturday and Sunday in Hardins burg the guests of her parents Miss Lillian Adkins who has been with her sister Mrs Lee of Lodiburg returned home Saturday Mrs L D Dowell Mrs Will Jolly and Mrs James were the guests of Mrs Scott Mrs James and daughter Myrtle visited relatives at Lodiburg Friday and Saturday The widow Gibsons residence burn ed Thursday night with a loss of 1000 No insurance The family will move back here until the erection of a new Pauline Cashman of Lodiburg is the guest os Miss Zula D Hurrah for our graded road on Main street Mrs Ella Gibson is in this week the guest of Mrs Charlie Hammon Little Roscoe Brown is on the sick list Mr Chas Furrow has taken Jess Boh ler as a partner with him in the bar ber business Mr Bohler has been em ployed in the shop for some time and is an efficient barber z BAKING POWDER ROYAL absolutely pure Grape Cream Tartar Powder Aids DigestionAdds healthfulness food NOTICE containsALUMreportsROYAL ALTON PATE DONS THE BLUE Cloverport prospective O- rSAMPLE Cloverport Raulings businessH improving fluesMr accompanied Beauchamp Armstrong Peckenpaugh WednesdayMr Armstrong homeMiss McKaughh Beauchamp Cloverport CHRISTMAS HOME =COMERS Wanderers Who Will Gather In Home To Spend the Happy YuleTide With Loved Ones and Partake of the Christmas Festivities The coming of Santa Claus could not be looked forward to with more eagerness by the little ones than the arrival of those away from home is expected by their relatives and friends Many are counting the days until the time comes for their Christmas guests to arrive and while it is but a short time by the calendar it seems ages to spend inwaitingFrom information received there will be a large number to hang up their stocking in this old town that is never overlooked by the Giver of good gifts Among those who are expected home to spend the holidays are as follows Miss Jennie Mabel Harris who has been attending Oxford College will be home soon to spend Christmas Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs of Vir ginia will spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs D H Severs Jno D Babbage Jr will arrive home next week from the University of the South to spend Christmas and three months vacation I Mrs Chas K Minary and son Billy of Benton Harbor Michwill spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs W H BowmerJess and E C Babbage who are traveling salesmen for the Louis ville Lead Color Co will arrive home next week for the holidays Miss Louise Bonner who is attending boarding school in Nashville Tenn will spend Christmas with her sister Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven Miss Bonner is an excellent skater and is quite an accomplished young lady Edward Harris will be home from Louisville Christmas Wallace Babbage will arrive next week from State College Chas Berry of Mt Carmen 111 will spend Christmas at home with his parentsMr Mrs Sam Berry of Louisville will be the guests of relatives ChristmasMr Mrs Alfred Wright and daughter Beulah of Lyonia will visit Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons during the holidaysMrs Chas Ryan and daughter Lucile and Miss Pearl Walden of Hen derson will spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs H L Stader Roy Heyser will be home Christmas to spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Foster Heyser Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville will spend a few days with rel atives here Christmas Mrs John Robertson and children John and George Windelkin will arrive here from Nashville Tenn to spend Christmas with Mr and Mm H nry Windelkin Mr and Mrs Harry Hills and dnughter Julia of Richmond will be here Christmas to visit MrsMnry Oelaa G G Wine who travels for McAbee lodge will spend Christmas with his daughter Miss Ivn Wine Walter Oelae will be at home Christmas from Lexington Mrs Harvey Harris of Howell Ind will spend Christmas with her mother Mrs Bruns Miss Grace Furry will spend her Christmas vacation at home Mr and Sirs C L Winn of Irving ton will spend Christmas here with his mother Mrs Winn Mr John Benham and family of Weldon will visit Mr and Mrs Jacob Miller during the holidays Forrest Miller will be home from Tell City Christmas Hovious RafTerty will be at home during the holidays Chas Moorman of Versailles will visit his parents during the holidays Joss Willis of Louisville will visit his parents Christmas Miss Donald Murray will bo the guest of Miss Jenny Mabel Harris Christman Miss Margaret Baker of Hardinsburg is expected Christmas to visit Mrs Frank Payne Procter Keith Mr and Mrs Clarance Keith of EHznbothtuwn will visit Mr and Mrs John Keith Christmas News has been received hero of the arrival of twins a boy and a girl Novem ber 27 at the home of Mr and Mrs Reynolds of Marshal Texas Mrs Reynolds was formely Miss Stella Mullen of this city From now until Christmas and in eluding the holidays Mrs J M Cordrey is offering her elagent stock or hats at greatly reduced prices All lines of millinery are being sold at reduced prices Mrs J M Cordrey- A beautiful eight day Sethomas clock absolutely free for every one dollar spent in purchase of goods from now until the Jan 2 lD07 I glye a chance to you to posess this clock free My line of holiday presents is not excelled in the largest cities Send your mail orders to me T C Lewis Hardins burg Ky- Sheriff Miller sounds a note of warn ing 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 andI places where you may meet hini Illrar 1- ti w I e J I 2 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 12 1906 I I Cut it Outsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medi cine that will cure female troubles except the sur geons knife- That such a medicine exists however is proved by thousands cures made by WINE OF CARDUICures Disease It has saved the lives of many weak sick women and rescued oth ers from a lifetime of chonlc sick ness It will cure you If you will only give It a chance Try It Sold by all druggists and deal ers In 100 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTE- RI I wore a supporter for four years to keep up my womb writes Mrs S J Chrisman of Mannsvillo N YII My doctor said no medicine would help me After taking Cardul I gave up my supporter and am now well LT H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- 1IARDINSBURG KY will practice hIs professIon In all of th Courts of Brocsenrl a and adjoInIng coup ties Special attention given to colloctltii road cases and criminal practice License v practice In United States District Courts Office civet Bank ot Uardlosburft = COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frcdcrlca Street Owensbora Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per day StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes I All the latast patterns for suits and trousers in high madegy I anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailots employed J II HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind IIIIIIII 1 A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth more to you than a dollar in your pocket because You know it is safer You are not so liable to spend it needlesslyYou it earn for you 4 per cent interest if you de posit it Isere for a given time Are not these excellent reasons why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal BANK OF CLOVER PORT Cloverport Ky 4 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew l PriceFOt 00 OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK- FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills Asa wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass ONE DOLLAR FOR A MAN Sold at Auction In Elizabethtow For Nine Months For Vagrancy Ellzabethtown sews Dock Aubury convicted of vagrancy was sold yesterday afternoon at the west door of the courthouse by Sheril George Yates to satisfied a judgmen and order of the Hardin Circuit Court Aubrey was tried in the November tern of court and was ordered sold by Judge Weed S Chelf after his conviction by a jury The Sheriffs sale announcemen which was posted on the advertising board at the east end of the courthouse created considerable excitement and comment throughout the county on account of the rariety and infrequency of such sales The unusual procedure attracted a large crowd which was quieted into silence by the appearance of the Sheriff and the prisoner upon the block The Sheriff announced the re quirements exacted of him by the law and stated that the sale would be for cash in hand Sheriff Yates then asked How much am I offeredfor theservices of this man for nine months A bystander bid 50 cents The crowd jeered The Sheriff then assured the crowd that Aubury was sound and able bodied and that he never had been injured by hard work He then made a further solicitation for bidders J J Johnson o blacksmith and farmer of near Riney title doubled the bid Appeals were then made by the Sheriff for other bidders but he received no response Aubury was then knocked off to Mr Johnson for the small sum of SI Aubury was born and raised on Meeting Creek where Mountain Dew is manufactured in its virgin purity by the elusive moonshiners He is a typi cal specimant of the backwoodman is a perfect stranger to aftrstclass billof fare and is decidedly partial to homemade apparel It is alleged that Aubury has always been averse to labor of any kind and considered it the drudgery of slaves He was never known to follow any vocation with any regularity or presidency Aubury recently moved to Stephensburg where the even tenor of his ways was ruthlessly changed He married a young woman in that vicinity which ended in his present sad predicament The relatives of his wife claimed he did not properly support her and refused all aid from her relatives It is claimed that hia wifes relatives then had him indicted for vagrancy and caused im to be sold into servitude for a period of nine months The question iis now whether or not Auburys pur chaser has a bonanaa or An elephant on his hands Aubury has no trade and very little information of any manual labor whatever Outside of this Aubury says You can lead a horse to water but you can not make him drink Those timeworn words are perhaps significant and will probably cause his purchaser troubleMr Johnson is a burly heavy weight blacksmith and farmer and it is highly probable that he will succeed in teaching Aubury agriculture and the art of jlacksmithing The sale of a man for vagrancy in his county is seldom made The only instance of a similar sale that can be railed to mind was the sale of Lawrence Peak In 1896 by Deputy Sheriff M1 H iVilliams Peak was also sold at a low price he being bought by Bill Bell a saloonkeeper for J1575 A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES tclilnp Uilod Hlepdtnc Protruding Pllus hucfilstN lire authorize j to refund money If ABO OINTMENT fulls to cure In B to 14 Jays lOC MidWinter Meeting K P A The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association met at the Lou sville Hotel last week and decided to told the midwinter meeting of the as ociation Friday and Saturday of Christmas week The midwinter sessions known as the strictly business meet ng of the Kentucky editor It in expected that at least seventyfive of the nembers will be in attendance Co- W B Haldeman was appointed to nuke all arrangements for the meeting lie will see that everything is arranged Iis it shunlI Ihe for the Kentucky editors Bad Bloods responsible for most of the diseases and ailments of the human system It seriously affects every organ andfunction causes catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism weak tired languid feelings and worse troubles Tak- e4oodsSarsaparilla which purifies and enriches the blood as nothing else can For testimonials of remarkable cures lend for Book on the Blood No 3 C I Hood Co Lowell Mats HOW TO SHOW A PROFIT Tricky Bookkeeping Puts Losses on the Profit Side The printed report of a munIcipal tlcrtrlc light plant in Indiana has just been received It shows n profit There Li no question nhout it It shows u large profit Tho figures are there 1 In black and white and they show n profit equivalent to 30 per cent of UIO gross Income and 18 per cent ou tho capital Invested That Is what we call a profitable business How was this plant able to make so good a showing In a way so sImple that any municipal plant could adopt It with success If Its superintendent were good at figures And the best c- It is that It makes competition by prl vote plants impossible because wei stockholders arc too Inquisitive- In the first place the fixed charge for Interest on the capital Invested and for depreciation were entirely Ignored Then no allowance was made for tare lost by leaving municipal Instead ot private ownership Next while ful charge was made against the water de partment and the city offices for light and supplies the superintendent conveniently forgot to charge the lighting plant with the water used in its boilers and condensers or with its share ot the salaries In the city accounting department Insurance was also overlooked Finally to make assurance ot profit doubly sure a number of item properly pertaining to maintenance were charged to new construction At the same time the charge for street and public building lights was quite as high as in surrounding cities served by private companies which had some how or other to provide for all these omitted items It Is perhaps needless to add that ex copt for the Judicious way In which tin superintendent prepared his report n considerable deficit would have appeared Instead of the gratifying profits Of course the taxpayers will have to pro vide the money to make good these pn per profits but they may not for some years see the connection between their profitable plant mid the higher tax rate and meanwhile are happy In the contemplation of Its profits and will doubtless testify enthusiastically to the benefits of municipal ownership From the above we may deduce the following rule for showing a profit First omit all items of expense that can without too much danger of detection be saddled upon the general tax list or other departments second charge In as vague a way as possible to new construction as many Items of I maintenance as may be necessary to show a large profit X nTbe profit must bo large to provide for the con tingency of some carping critic dIsco ering one or more of the concealed items of expense and ruthlessly draw- Ing them forth from their hiding places If the above rule Is scrupulously followed there seems to be no reason why every municipal plant should not Hhow a profit Concerning Municipal Ownership GONE OUT OF BUSINESS Mllllont Sunk In Unsuccessful Munici pal Lighting Plants During the past few years at least sixty cities and towns in the United States have sold leased or abandoned their lighting plants In a few cases they still retain their distributing system buying the current from some company but In most instances they have gone out of the business entirely A number of other places have made unsuccessful efforts to dispose of their plantsAs with few exceptions municipal lighting plants have been In operation but a short time this is a remarkable showing of failure and one It need hardly be said that Is sedulously avoided by those who for ends of their own are urging other cities to make similar experimentsAs takes some years Cora city to realize how great a burden It Is carrying In Its lighting plant It Is probable that the number of admitted failures will Increase rapidly from now on for as an eminent electrical engineer recently said There are already Indications that a considerable number of these municipalities which have engaged In Improper undertak- Ings are entering upon n period of Inanclal difficulty Faults Enough as It Is The political machine that dominates Sew York city is strong because large lowers are delegated to It and the ex joudlturo of 100000000 Is given absolutely Into Its keeping Wo have aults enough without municipal own rshlp In most ot the cities of this country and the ordinary business non falls to see the wisdom of making tho situation snore complex and dubl ous than it Is by adding the problem ot municipal ownership with all that It mpllcs Blnghamton Herald If Municipal ownership remarks the WInnIpeg Free Press should not be dIscredIted because of Its tendency to Increase municipal debt provided the new enterprises are made to be fully elf sustaining Neither Is dynamite dangerous It carefully handled It Is just about as safe to Intrust the man agement of a municipalized service to tho average municipal council as It would be to engage a sevenyearold boy to handle dynamite Montreal Gazette Who Would Fine the City An exchange notes the fact that a city council recently fined a water ompany 1000 for supplying Impure and unwholesome water That Is right But if the waterworks had been owned by the city WEDDING BELLS IN MEADE COUNTY Many Young Couples to Plight Loves Vows at Hymens Alter- ASIICRAFTLEWIS NUPTIALS A beautiful wedding took place iIn Brandenburg Thursday December the sixth when Miss Mary Cosby Lewis was married to Mr W tJ Ashcraft in the Baptist church The marriage ceremony was said by the Rev A D Leitchfield of Madisonville Mrs Warren May of Anaconda Mont a sister of the bride was matron of honor and Miss Mar Lin Ditto was bridesmaid Messrs Tom Lyddan of Webster and Bet Clarkson of Big Spring were ushers The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James W Lewis She is a lovely young woman and has a wide circle of friends She is well known in Clover port having visited relatives here Mr Ashcraft is Meade county County Court Clerk Mr and Mrs Ashcraft have gone west for a two months tour in California Announcement is made of the engage ment of Miss Mary E Price to Claude F Hardin The wedding will take place Monday afternoon at 330 oclock at the home of the bride n Branden burgMiss Price is the daughter of Mr J W Price and is a charming young girl Mr Hardin is from Kansas City Mo The following announcements of Meade county marriages to take place were published in theTimes last week Mr and Mrs Ollie Boardof near Ek ron announce that the marriage of their daughter Nellie B to Adie Lee Kendall will take place December 20 at 3 p m at Hill Grove church Cards are out announcing that the marriage of Miss liable Ross daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Shacklette to Dan Willett of Louisville will take place December 19 at their residence near Brandenburg- Mr and sirs J T McCoy announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Fanny Lee to Samuel H Kennedy December 5 at the home of the bride The Christmas Dinner In spite of the fact that the word dyspepsin moans literally bad cook it will not be fair for many to lay the blame on the cook if they begin the Christmas Dinner with little appetite and end it with distress or nausea It may not be fair for any one to do that let us hope so for the sake of the cook The disease dyspepsia indicates a bad stomach that is a weak stomachrather than a bad cook and for a weak stomach there is nothing else equal to Hoods Sarsaparilla It gives the stomach vigor and tone cures dyspep sin creates appetite and makes eating the pleasure it should be Capt Ryan Resigns Capt Marion Ryan for many years nasterof the steamer Morning Star has resigned his position It is probable hat Capt Ryan will go on the Lee line The Originall Porous Plaster Its Allcocks first introduced to the people sixty years ago and today undoubtedly has the largest sale of any external remedymillions being sold annually throughout the whole civiliz cd world There have been imitations to be sure but never has there been one to even compare with Allcocks the worlds standard external remedy For a weal back cold on the chest or any local pain the result of taking cold or overstrain theres nothing we know of to compare with the famous plaster TilE COUNTY UNIT LAW lhe Court of Appeals Will Settle the Constitutionality of The Law in January Judge Hobson Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals has set a case from Lincoln county for an oral argument early in the January term The case will be of considerable interest in Hardin county as it involves the points raised here on the County Unit Law In the incoln county case iu question the town of Stanford is a Fifth Class city It voted as a corporation and went wet A month after an election was was heldinthe entire county of Lincoln including the town of Stanford and went dry Tho saloonkeepers of Stanford applied to the city council for a renewal of license and the council reused The case was then taken to the Circuit Court and it sustained the ction of the council From this decision the saloon keepers have appealed tot the Court of Appeals and in January the question will be determinedEliz ibethtown News oleatjf oHI- mi e thehit Kind You Han Atoa js BottMll- lgaatan Iof DoKt Suffer X11night Ion0 from toothache neural iie or rheumatism S1oaisLiivinveivtkills the pain r quiets the nerves and induces sleep- At all defers Price 25c 50c HOO Dr Earl SSIoeiiv Bostor Mss U SA- MMSTEm LCTTLltt OF COMMENDATION I FIVE BIG FACTORIES I I have been trying to get some firm here to put in a line of your shoes as we have a hard time getting a goodshoe in this town I believe if you will take the matter up you can arrange with Messrs Co to handle Diamond Brands I have no interest in the matter only that I want to buy a good shoe once in a while You will remember that I handled your shoes when in business in Quanah and know what they arc REV WALTER GRIFFITH Silvertonj Texas Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be more convincingly shown You are just as anxious for good shoes as RevGriffith and it is equally worth your while to insist that your dealer supply them Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes Lte4DI4MOND lDjtfJL weMAKE MORE FINE SHOES TItAN ANY OTHER MOUSE IN THE WEST You never had a better chance to make a cheap trip to Texas than now Koundtrip Homeseekers tickets from St Louis Cario or Memphis via the Cotton Belt to most any point in Texas for 2000 Oneway Colonists Tickets Onehalf Fare plus 200 To Southeast Missouri Arkansaw and Louisiana great reductions have also been made these tickets on the first or third Tuesday of eachmonth for a short time Homeseekers Excur sion tickets good 30 days for return with stopover privileges in both directions A CHANCE TO SEE TilE SOUTHWEST AT LITTLE COST It 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 pay for a big farm In a year or two and live comfortable whlleyou are doing It you should investigate the country along the Cotton Belt Route Tell us where you want to go and we will plan the trip for you tell you the cost of a ticket from your home town and save you unnecessary expense looking around countrybeforebooks we have for free distribution Thiy will Interest you L C BARRY T P A 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky H J tHslru 2000 ROUND TRIP I From Louisville toI TAHPA PUNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida Via the I Southern Railway And Queen Crescent Route NOVEMBER 20th 1906 I Also Low Homeseekers Rates on November 6th and 20th to points in Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina Mis TerritoryOldalioma t class allowing liberal stopovers in each direction and good ro turning within thirty days For illustrated literature and complete information call on or address C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY A R COOK City Pass 4J4 r- c ii1 I tJ1 th J h ti 1 1I 1- I 1- L 1t t I tI t t tJ 1t J 1 r I t I i I t II I J1 t 1 I I I r7 t fNfI J a v w p- e t r THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVEfcPORT KY DECEMBER 12 1906 J G- LIt i I a I- tt 1 I- l r vn PAIN Pain In tho headpain anywhere hat Its cauie t pressurenothtntciaoj BtOTe It he has created A little pink tablet That l bletcalled Dr Shoopi Headache Tablet eeaxes blood pressure away from pain center Hieffectlich rmlnf plcailnglr delightful Uentlr though safely It surely equalizes the blood drcu ktionH have a headache Itl blood pressure If Its painful ptirlods with women tamo cause If you are sleepless restless nervous Its blood congestion blood pressure That surely Is a certainty for Dr Stoops Headache Tablets stop distributestheBruise your finger and doesnt It get red and well and pain rouT Of course it does It con gestlon blood pressure Youll find it where paiii Ji always Its simply Common Sense I We loll at 25 cents and cheerfully recommend Shoopsppp HeadacheTablets SEVERS DRUG CO llUreat Things For Kentucky Commissioner Immigration Robert Watchorn of Ellis Island New York reports a total of 1062054 immigrants i n having arrived from foreign coun tries the last year ending June 30 Ellis Island at New York handled 888543 Six huudred and nine thousand seven hundred and fourteenwere males and 207809 were females These immigrants brought into this country f19000000 The state of Ken tucky secured about 600 of these im migrants If the plans of the new association are carried out not only hundreds but thousands of good Lam ilies principally Germans can be obtained to settle on the vacant lands in western Kentucky and southern Illinois within the next few years Backache cold bands aud feet rheu 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 pnisois from the system and thus afford relief A weeks treatment for 25 cents Recommended and sold by all druggists f Gets Office In Texas Joseph Sulzer of Albuquerque New b ex was elected to the legislature on iov6 on the Peoples Party ticket by a majority of 1219 Mr Sulzer was formerly of this city and at one time represented Perry County in the Indi ana legislature In those days the glee clubs sang of Calico Joe referring to Mr Sulzer and Slippery Jim mean ing the late Capt BurkettCannelton Enquirer It is a mistake to use a violeut cathar tic to open the bowels A gentle move ment will accomplish the same results without cousiug distress or serious con sequences later DeWitts Little Early Risers are recommended Sold by all druggistsDelighted With Mattoon In a letter written to the Telephone oil Nov 28 by Mrs Darnell Dowden who with her husband recently removed from Cloverport Ky to Mattoon 111 she saysWe are perfectly delightedwith Mattoon Our health is fine I have gained 9 pounds and Darnell pounds That shows that the country agrees with us We are boarding with Mr and Mrs Joe Zollers and have n fine boarding place Before I close I must tell you that Janie Wittmer was married 9n Nov 11th to Mr Roland Crane He an employe of the Illinois Central t R shops They arc living at 2809 Western Ave We are lost without the Telephone Please send last weeks ssue too TelephoneD PEOPL NEED I 3eYt it lgery 1 elements needed to rebuild f wasting tissues and replace feebleness with strength 4 We return money JUt Satle to benefit 15 416ttDagCO A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Kentucky Warehouses Burned by Masked Men Who Seize Officials and the Public Works of the Town of PrIncetonOther Intelligence Princeton Ky Dec 3The tobacco Btemmerles of James Stenger and John Orr the latter controlled by the Imperial Tobacco company of New York were totally destroyed by a fire kindled by a mob of masked men Several cottages In the vicinity were badly damaged but nobody was hurt The loss la estimated at 100000 The mob numbered about 300 men It seized the night marshal and dis armed him then went to the factories and quickly applied the torch Tho masked men stood on guard permitting nobody to come near until the buildings were completely enveloped in flames and help was useless When the mob saw that the fire was beyond control It left the town going In the direction of Hopkinsville dis charging revolvers and rifles The fire department camo out but could do nothing more than prevent the fire buildingsiby the American Snuff company and Ste ger Is the Princeton agent for that concern Orr Is tho representative of the Imperial company There were about 150000 pounds of tobacco In each warehouse and all of It burned The men also took charge of the po lice station and the waterworks Even had the firemen responded they would have been unable to obtain a supply of water The work of tho mob is believed to be only a furtherance of the agitation by the tobacco raisers against the tobacco trust The organization of farmers Is known as the Dark Tobacco Growers Protective association but it is not known that any member of that organization was In the mob- Princeton Ky Dec fAU Insur ance policies covering buildings owned or controlled by the tobacco trust socalled in western Kentucky were canceled as a result of the burn Ing of two stemmerles by a mob which entered Princeton last Friday night The policies wore canceled by telegraph from Louisville most of them being lnf two companies State authorities are here investigating the Incendiary flre- Princeton Ky Dec 5investiga tion of the burning 6f two tobacco stemmerles here by an antitrust moll brought out no facts that were consid ered of value by State Fire Marshal Ayres It has been decided that the militia will not be asked for Threaten to Apply Torch Marlon Ky Dec 7 Considerable excitement has been caused here over the receipt of threatening letters by the owners of the two largest tobacco concerns in this city warning them not to buy any more tobacco The let ters were signed D T P or Night Riders and stated that It the men to whom they were addressed did not heed the warning their places of busi ness would be destroyed by fire Both letters were mailed at Princeton which is only a short distance from this place and the first one was re ceived by R L Moore who runs the largest tobacco warehouse in Crltten den county Mr Moore sent out notices that he would not receive any more tobacco at the present time The other man to receive a warning was Arthur Jarvis who conducts a big warehouse and stemmery It is un derstood he also will not take in any more tobacco Harlan Not a Candidate Louisville Ky Dec 7Repeated mention of Associate Justice John M Harlan of the supreme court of tho United Statesas a possible Republican candidate for governor of Kentucky has finally called forth a definite statement from him on the subject This statement took the form of a letter from Mr Harlan to his friend and former partner Augustus E Will son of Louisville Justice Harlan says I must forego tho honor which par tial friends desire to bestow upon me A canvass of the state and if elected the dlschargoof the duties of the office for four years would I fear too se verely tax the strength and vitality of one who If ho lives until the first day of next Juno will be 74 years of age Please therefore as opportunity may be presented inform my Ken tucky friends that they must not think of me in connection with political station White Burley Sales Lexington Ky Dec iThe Lex ington white burley tobacco market was inaugurated here Buyers were here from Richmond Danville and Lynchburg Va North Carolinu South Carolina and Liverpool Eng land One hundred thousand pounds of tobacco were sold at an average of 10 cents por pound D M McLoud d Company of Liverpool England made a contract with C W Dohmer manager of tho Burley Loose Tobacco company for several thousand hogs heads of white burley tobacco being the first order of this kind over given in America for white burley tobacco by a foreign company Killed In Depot Chattanooga Tenn Dec 3Mlss Nora Brasafleld of Burnslde Ky was run down by a switch engine In the central passenger station receiving Injuries irony which she died in an tQrI by a locomotive backlac IB OLD FEUD Sven Shot In a General Row Between Gangs of Negroes Jacksonville Fla Dec 3Seven negroes shot three of whom will die 1 is the result of a general row and shooting affray growing out of an old feud at Marietta seven miles from this city Those fatally wounded are Lester Brunson Alex Prime and James Hadley They are in the hos pital here for treatment as are the other four wounded men Seven ne- groes charged with doing the shooting have been arrested and are in jail here The climax came through one negro striking another with a fence picket Friends of each armed themselves and the war began Tho jawbone of one of the negroes was shattered and his tongue shot off Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secre tions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas common remedies made with mercury merely drive them out and leave you no bettor than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real euro not a delusion All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Storm In Northwest St Paul Minn Dec 7 Railroad traffic throughout Iowa the Dakotas and southern Minnesota was considerably demoralized on account of rain and snow Most of the ChlcagoSl Paul lines were badly handicapped on account of the telegraph wires being down The Great Northerns coast service Is still In bad plight owing to washouts The oriental limited came in 3G hours late- Diplomatic Changes Washington Dec 5 Important dip lomatic changes are Imminent Ac cording to announcement Hon Henry White American ambassador t Rome will be transferred In the nea future from that post to Paris where ho will succeed Hon Robert S McCormick as ambassador Mr White will bo succeeded at Rome by Hon Lloyd O Griscom now American min ister to Brazil Roast Secretary Shaw Plttsburg Dec GDurlng a stormy meeting of tho Plttsburg chamber of commerce Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M Shaw was condemned in a resolution for his unnecessary un dignified and discourteous treatment of the members and their president H D W English In the recent post office hearing Ten Miners Wounded BUMefleitl W Va Dec iAn explo sion In the Pocahontas mines wound ed 10 Hungarian miners one of whom had set off a keg of pcAvder whoa lighting a clgaret CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bellm the SlguaturC of lfa dG Gillette Guilty Herkimer N Y Dec 5After de liberating for five hours the Jury In the trial of Chester E Gillette for the murder of his sweetheart Grace Brown at Big Moose lake on July 11 last returned a verdict of guilty In the first degree The Jurors had somo difficulty In reaching an agreement and six ballpts were taken before the 12 men agreed Up to that time tho Jury had stood 11 for conviction and 1 for acquittal Town Washed Away El Paso Tex Dec riFrom Infor mation received here it Is believed that the town of Clifton Ariz has been practically washed away The Copper Queen hotel Is said to havo been swept away by the flood and at least 60 persons lost their lives The concentrator dam which gave way precipitating tho great flood upon the town was constructed entirely of earth The dam was carried away two years ago as a result of the swollen streams and a number of persons were drowne1 Took Wlnil Out of Their Sail Addressing one of his southern mull ences Sam Jones once requested all the husbands present who had not spoken a harsh word to their wives for a month to stand up lIe shook hands with those who arose and then Intro duced them to the rest of the audi ence as the twent seen biggest liars In Tennessee IIoncHty and Ability UncleYou see honesty Is absolutely necessary but ability Is equally Indis pensable Nephew That may be but what end does honesty serve Uncle To maintain your obligations Neph ew And ability I UncleTo avoid having theinII Montlo Umorlstlco In Mint 11 Harder 1raponltloitf Mrs Boiihain Tho sjwfco tempted Eve first Benlmm Yes I suppose he wanted to begin on something easy New York Press- fieceaaary Llmltntlonii IhyslcianII would suggest a diet PatientWell It will have to be some thing that agrees with the cookNew York Sun HAS STOOD THBTEST 29 YEARS I The old ctlglnal GROVES Tasteless Chit Tonic Von know what yonare taking It Ujronand Jquinine In a tasteless form No ic reTHp v We I KINGSWOOD WANTS POSTOFFICE Application for a postoffice at Kings wood this county has been made to the postoffice department at Washing ton City by Congressman a H Smith of this district Miss Cain a Graduate Nannie Florence Cain of Bewley ville will receive her diploma at the graduating exercises of the Norton Infirmary training school tomorrow evening The following invitation has been issued The Board of Managers- of the Norton Memorial Infirmary requast the honor of your presence- at the- Grnduating Exorcises of the Nurses of the Training School on Thursday livening the thirtoonth of December Ono thousand nine hundred andsix at eight oclock Womans Club Louisville Kentucky E C DeWittCo of Chicago at whose laboratory Kodol id prepared as sure us that thus remarkable digestont andcorrective for the stomach conforms fully to al 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 de mand Kodol is sold here by all druggists To Test Statute San Francisco Dec GIn accord ance with instructions received from Attorney General Moody United States District Attorney Robert T Devlin hold a conference in his office with President Aaron Altmann of the board of education and city attorneys to discuss the exclusion of the Jap anese from schools attended by white children to test tho statute which ro inrs h IT iMIn of rliMcn nt lr Ln1 s TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder end Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials City cf Lexington Wins Washington Dec IThe case of the Security and Trust company of Lexington Ky against the city of Lexington was decided by the su preme court of the United States favorably to the city The suit In volved the right of the city to collect back taxes on the property of Clara Bell amounting to over 200000 held by the company In trust The claim covered the taxes for the years 1894 to 1898 The opinion was by Justice Holmes Fire In Steamers Hold Philadelphia Dec 7 Fire which burned for more than 24 hours In the forward hold of the steamer Cretan of the Boston and Philadelphia Steam ship company caused an estimated loss of between 150000 and 200000 The flames were discovered Wednesday night while the steamer was oft the New Jersey coast The crow were unable to extinguish tho fire and the l Cretan came Into port with the flames jI burning fiercely EpilepsyFits St Vitus Dance Are nerve diseases and unless checked lead to destruction of both mind and body The weak shattered nerves must have something to strengthen and build them back to health Dr Miles Restorative Nervine is a remarkable nerve tonic and stimulant It strengthens the nerves relieves the nervous strain and influences refresh ing bodybuilding sleep and rest Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions I was taken with epileptic fits had eleven in less than 12 hours My phYRlcll1njbutI grew worse every day and at Inst they had three doctors with me and I still tot worse My father heard of Dr Miles medicines and bought a bottle of Nervine and a box at Nerve and Liver Pills I had taken only a few doses until I began to feel better I took 12 bottles and it cured me sound and well It has been worth all the world to mo I recommend It wherever I BO You may use this as a lifelong testimonial to the merits of your medicine toe I am enjoying the best of health and feel that my life and health Is due to this wonderful medicine LEVY WILLIAMS R F D No 2 Boston Ga Dr Mlles Nervine ItI told by your druggist who will guarantee that the tint bottle will benefit It It falls he will refund your money MilwMedical Co Elkhart IndI To Heal Cold Rooms Quickly Every house has Its cold room Abnormal weather conditions Inadequate stove or U furnace heat often result In some particular part of the house being cold and cheerless You can make home warm and cheerful with the PERFECTIONOil Equipped with Smokeless Device Carry it about from room to room Turn wick high or lowtheres no danger Smokeles device prevents smoke and smell Easy to operate as bossed a lamp beautifullyHolds era heat Two finishesnickel and japan Handsome useful reliable rEvery heater warranted If not at your dealers write our I nearest agency for descriptive circular ThIsthebutlampIg x amp household a use r you cn buy Equipped with- talent Improved burner Gives bright steady lleht at lowest cost Made of brass throughout and nickel plated Suitable for any room whether library dtningroomparlcrorbedroom Sate and satisfactory Every lamp warranted Write to k nearest agency It not at your dealers Standard 011 Company Incorporated tA It1rAf r AT THE NEWS OFFICE Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price 1900 SanforcTs Premium Writing Fluid for fountain pens per pint 50i Writing and Copying Combined Fluid per pint 50 Sandfords Library Paste Ledgers Note Books Blank Deeds and flortgages Hemorandum Books School Supplies Business and Social I Statfonery Honogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes Printed and Engraved Business Cards QDaify Papers Magazines and Novels Souvenir Post Cards I For Sale at the I NEWS OFFICE VN MJ m tt4W1i li IISeeing the Southwest 1A11 J EXCURSIONS havoIIDoubtless you have heart of the Bumper Crops which been raised this year in Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma ludinn Territory Texas and New Mexico Have sou compared them with results obtained III your section Is your work where you are bringing ytfu adequate returns for the capital invested and the labor expended If not a change would be beneficial perhaps A visit to the Southwest will open your eyes Out in Oklahoma the big land opening is soon to take place farms are stilt very in Western Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the GulfCoast IIRst Iet us give you full information about these sections wIn want to see them after you have examined eur illustrated LOW RATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP to I IIVERY points the First and Third Tuesdays of each Lee General Pass Agt Rock Island Little RockSouthIIARt Gen Pass Agt Frisco Memphis II I McGuiRK Dist Pass Agt IIROCKISLAND1CINCINNATIOIlIO1 The Breckenridge News and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for 2 ii t J I I i a 1t 1 t I 117 F a s 4THEbRECKENRIDOE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 12 1906 jr 1 1i I Pale Thin NervousThen be Ira very bad condition Yot certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine Till It the nut question your loctor would kuuwbowel regular liemk Are your that daily action of Ilia Iowele Is alolutel- yeonll1 liver acteto rerovetr Keep your and your bowel regular b7 taklug laxaUve dote of Ayers rllli M1ado by J0 Ayer Co Lowell Mala Alo manufacturer or AMdll l IIAIR VIGOR erC CHERRY AGUE CURE PECTORAL We have no aecreta We publlh the formula of all our medlol- netBRFCKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAGE SONS Publlihlnc Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year OAKDS OK THANKS over five lines charKed Or It the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the gate ot 5 sots per line Money In advance Examlnn the label on your paper Kit Is not correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address labecrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES RFITErAT TJECEMEER 5 1906 The man with genius never whines If you have pledged your iobccotiick to it if it kills flyLouisville The News and Herald one year for 2 A splendid gift that lasts a whole year Jtwt a simple and easy request we make of our subscribers Pay up your subscriptions to 1907 or to 1908 Dont matter which to us Well have lots iof Christmas at our house if all our sub scribers in arrears will do this Editor Mid their families and employes like a taste of Christmas just like other folks They cant enjoy it unless they have the wherewith In your Christmas shopping keep the editor in mind Pay him He needs the money and will appreciat it Who will start the ball arolling Just pay your subscription to 1907 or 1908 To have beautiful perfect pink vel vet likd lips apply at bedtime a light 811velTbeDthe effect Dry cracked or lips mean feverisbijess and are as wel ill appeariug Dr Shoops Green Salve is a soft creamy healing ointment tha will quickly correct any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our stOle and be convinced Large Glas Jars 35 cents Severs Drug Co William Dowell and family and Mil McAfee and family have moved to Allen Floyd county Ky to work in timber for Ky to work in timber for the Cincinnati Cooperage Co ctS 0arEL Dcin theThaKind Yw Hate Always Bougti Blgnntnie ofa HANDSOMEi Christmas Present Worth S400 1- r q Our Price QdtiJ0 M A 3 piece Cottage Dinner Set made of the Highest Grade Porcelain hand selected decorated In heavy gold r- ir coin border gilt traced and gold lined French gold center stamp Set j consists otrr w SIX CUPS i SIX SAUCERS llSIX PLATES I FRUITS tfSIXJ SIX BUTTERS 1 Y ONE ONE SUGAR PLATTER two piecesmm ONE CREAM m bargaini A 11 i y and the lireckenrldze New one year to 11 any address for fi Give full ship ping at once OnlydisposeOrder I a few sets to == Breckenridge News ClQvcrport Ky STEPHENSPORT Harry Lay died last Saturda night at 1130 oclock His bean has been bad for a nnmber of yearsMiss Etta English is visiting iiin CloverportMrs Lacy is the gucst of her parents Mr and Mrs H S English Miss Mary Basham and Miss Belle Conn were guests of Misse Maggie and Julia Rowe of Clc verport Saturday and Sunday Misses Tillie and Eflie Dick man visited Miss Tinius at Holts Saturday and Sunday Quito a crowd from here at tended the wedding of Fred Dick man and Miss Nellie Basham at the home of her grandmother Mrs Watlington near Union StarMrs E Blaine has returnee from Louisville The home of tho widow Gibson burned Thursday night near Sam pieGaddie tC Keith the photo graphers are at the Conn house Anyone wanting some fine work done call on them Christmas will soon be here and you had better hurry before all those nice things are gone fron Schopps Miss Mattie Milner passe through town Saturday en route to CloverportMiss Gardner of Stith ton visited her parents here Sun day Byron Bean and family were guests of their mother Mrs Georgia Sargent last week- Long Tennessee Fight For twenty years W L Riwls d Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh Hi vrites The swelling and soreness in 1 side my nose was fearful till I began pplying Bucklens Arnica Salve to the ore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to reoII urn Best salve in existence 25C at Severs Drug Co RAYNOfi D Rev K B English filled his regular ppointment Saturday and Sunday but wing to the rainy 1 weather there were but few out to hear him Mr Chits Payne of Harned was here Saturday and Sunday on business Therewill be a Christmas tree given at the school house Dec 24th Everybody invited to attend and bring a present for some one Mrs Alex Hondry spent last Tuesday with Mrs Leon Cashman Last Tuesday was movers day CH lassett and family moved to a house on J E Mercers farm and G W Cash man moved in H W Cashmans house It A Cashriiam will move in the house acatod by C H Bassett Mr and Mrs Glen Macy will live at Ir Taylor Comptons this coming year Gossip report some weddings in this ncinity in the near future After being sick for some time Miss Bessie Compton is able to be out againI Open the bowels and get the cold out of your system Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar opens the buwels and at the same time allays theI lamination of the mucous membranes Drives out the cold and stops the cough bsolutely free from any opiates Con forms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Pleasant to take Sold by- all1 druggists CHENAULT Mrs Abe Allen is sick at this writing Thomas Smith went to Stephensport onday G B Cunningham was called to Irv ington Saturday on business Miss Nellie Lee Gilliland was in Derby Saturday shopping Misses OBryans of Mooleyville spent Sunday with Miss Stella Bearen Mrs Owen May of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs J B Frymire Miss Roberta Brodie left last week for ulfport Mississippi to visit her sister Ira Horaco Scott Walter Maple of Louisville came- Inlt Wednesday to join his wife and child On account of unfavorable weather few attended services at St Rose church at Derby Ind Sunday For chapped and cracked hands noth- Ing is quite as good as an application of Wilts Witch Hazel Salve Put it on before going to bed use an old pair of loves and see what a difference tho orning will bring Sold by all druggists 1 I Christmas I Bells Begin II To Ring I We are to the most any you want are a few of the for as well I I as up that we have for the ILV IIDolls double wax etc 1 to 150 W Fancy 25c to 100 i Vases 1 to 2251 1 and Work Baskets 60c I to 150 I Paper Racks 75c to 150 Itij Wall Pictures They are 50c 3I 25c to 150 I Horses 100 And CHRIS KINGLE Is getting his ready for distribution ready supply demand thing Here many pretty things happy children grown folks holidays jointed Sleighs beautiful patterns WasteBaskets beauties Rocking Goods Albums The 50c Velocipedes 250 Books piece Cup Saucer 40 IIOames all kinds good wholesome Besides these there are many other things TlJ too numerous to mention Our line is complete in every detail and our stock is strictly It1 date See our holiday display before going elsewhere Our line of JEWELRY is tml the latest and you miss a when you go elsewhere before you see it II Brand New Just from Market I B F BEARD Co Candy Pulling I Acandy pulling was given at the home of Mrs Robert Pierces last Friday night by the members of the and Clover Blossom societies Many were present and a large free will offer ing received I The Famous Le Roy PlowsI I i are the best selling Plows because they are 1 the BEST Plows that oan be built Made by a strong Company not In a trust Tested j for yours In all conditions They Draw 1 Easy They hold easy All wearing parts are CHILLED Iron and wear longer than most makes Made by Le Roy Plow Co Le Hoy N Y Sold by Conrad Payne a Co Clovcrport f SANTA CLAUS Claus will make his headlJuarIour store during till IIFanta carrying everything 1nhis J Schopp Stephensport FOR SALE 83 23 Acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport Will Sell Reasonable For particulars address W L NOELL Cloverport Ky 4 A Suitable Christmas Gift Is ft savings account earning 5 per cent Send 1 to 1000 Wo is sue certificates in the name of child relative or friend Wo mail them to be received for have idle funds SEND FOR BOOKLET N BANKING BY MAIL Owensboro Savings Bank Trust Company Owervebbro Kentucky Jaa H ParrUh PreP Old 25c to 450 neverstop Top lOc to 25c Drums 25c to 2 Tool Sets 250 Trycicles 4II general variety 5c to 50c Two and 3 and Sets lOt to amusements upto CHRISTMAS treat Alt the I Mispalr ChristmasIf humming I fSjfSjJl r THE CHRISTMAS Season is Right Here on Us I IS IN THE AIR AND IN THE HEARTS OF EVERY TRUE AMERI CHRISTMAS OTHER COUNTRY ON EARTH ENJOYS CHRISTMAS LIKE WE AMERICANS AND THERE IS NO OTHER SPOT ON EARTH WHERE IT CAN BE ENJOYED TO ITS FULLEST THAN RIGHT HERE IN OLD BRECKENRIDGE AND GLENDEANE VICINITY THERE NEVER WAS A TIME TN THE HISTORY OF THIS COUNTY WHEN GREATER PROSPERITY PREVAILED THAN RIGHT AT THIS GOOD OLD CHRISTMAS TIME FARMERS WERE NEVER MORE PROS PEROUS NEVER A TIME WHEN FARM PRODUCTS BROUGHT BETTER PRICES AND WERE IN GREATER DEMAND THE FARMERS PRODUCE MORE AND THEIR PRODUCTS BRING MORE READY MONEY INTO THE COUNTY THAN ANY OTHER CLASS OF CITIZENS AND WHY SHOULDNT THEY ENJOY CHRISTMAS 1 WE ARE HERE TO HELP THEM TO SUPPLY THEM WITH THINGS THAT WILL MAKE THEM AND THEIR CHILDREN THE HAPPIEST AND THE GLADDEST IN THIS THE GAYEST AND THE MOST DELIGHTFUL SEASON OF THE WHOLE YEAR IT ISNT POSSIBLE FOR US TO GO INTO DE TAIL AND NAME AND PRICE EVERY THING WE HAVE IN STOCK WE CAN ONLY GIVE A FEW ITEMS U For the GrownupFolks- WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF FURSGIFTS FOR MOTHER AND SIS TERSTOILET SETS GLOVES HOS IERY TABLE CLOTHS NAPKINS HAND BAGS SILK UNDERSKIRTS SHAWLS AND MANY OTHER USEFUL THINGS For Girls BRACELETSHAIRRIBBONSGLOVESGARTERS CASES JEWEL BOXES AND PUFF BOXES HARDINSBURG KENTUCKYI For Boys GLOVES HANDKERCHIEFS1TIES SUSPENDERS CUFF BUTTONS HOS IERYFor the Boys Girls and Little Tots TOYS DOLLS AND GAMES TOOL CHESTS TRAINS ENGINES DRUMS ANIMALS STORY AND PICTURE BOOKS RANGES AND STOVES IRON TOYS JOINTED DOLLS TEA SETS CRAIRS WAGONS SLEDSALL KINDS OF FRUITS AND CANDIES W C MOORMAN Glen n y j= Groves Tasteless Chill TonicMI1too4I the tilt 25 yw Average ABBM Safe over OM aid s H 111 bottles paybdoIltpota a 11 f- I r I fjJ It t I J i 1 r It t r l iiiir rtAtfi i rr 7 w e = ri rTHEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 1906 5 I r1tII i4li I 1 II e I u 1 ItI ItI I t i j I 14Fry t 1 r t Jtt ioIi co Ct J Christmas is Corning Are You ready We are with the best line of Christmas Candles FruitsNuts Etc Our line of candies is just what Santa Claus wants for tho little folks The best you can get id at our store DOLLS DOLLS Dolls galore Dolls of all kinds all sizes and all colors Little dolls hig dolls white dolls and black dolls Pretty dolls dolls of tho brunette typo and blonde dolls and should the above described dolls not please you we have tho other kinds and makes Mixed Candy 5c Ib We are carrying a TOYS nice line Every thing from toyland Fresh Oysters and Celery JL M Sippel Cloverport Ky + + QUIGGINS i i CHRISTMAS I CANDIES m And Fruits Nuts m and other goodies J for the Christmas I M Stocking L- Ul My new store is being f stocked with tire choicest of iI evcr thin in Christmas eat rabIes Nothing has beenII i in selectingmy stock and I cordially invite E I the public to come in and in f spect my line j1 Staple and Fancy jfoI j S- y these goods and have in stock Jjj JjWri Jj W Cadicks Golddust Flour tho jjj1 superior make fpr sale here 1 if Nelson H Quiggins j ijCloverport Ky j+ No Waiting Here j Just tell us how mucha Lumber you need Wo have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Yalnut is ready for you Thats tho thing you I were uhablo To get so quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US Seaton 4Weatherholt Cloverport Ky Y m r II Jewelry U Jewelry A Jewelry i I III 13 rryafy+a1 tt OUR PRICESA- re competitionproof When they look around and compare quality and prices they usually end by buylngatW Stephwsport So TiredIt may be from overwork but the chances are Its from an In active LIVER With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountalnr of labor without fatigue It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity It can be kept in healthful action by and only b- yTutts Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE r J I J LOCAL AND 1 PERSONAL vr I January Delineator at the News office Mack Miller is at home from Louis yule Ed Morrison was in Louisville last weekTelephone your news items to this officeMrs Annie Long of Holt was here TuesdayMrs Vance has bon visiting in HawesvilleGo Payne Co for your table cutlery Clayton Beard of Hardinsburg was here last week Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven was in Lou isville last week A G Wright of Lyonia was here on business Monday Conrad Payne Co for your silver knives and forks Misses Jane and Ella Smith went to Louisville yesterday Miss Dee Basham spent Sunday at her home in Skillman Thomas Wroe was home from Stephensport Sunday Mr Henry Gibbs of Louinvillo spunt Sunday with his family Mr and Mrs J W Tatum wIlr spend Christmas in Henderson Mr and Mrs Carl Lisbon have re turned from Owensboro Miss Ruth Grant of Lodiburg visited Miss Bessie Keys Sunday Miss Francis Smith will spend Christmas in Nicholasville Send your orders for monogram sta tionery to the News office Miss Reba Lewis will visit relatives in Irvington during the holidays Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer returned home from Hawesville Sunday Miss Evelyn Young will return to her home in Morganrleld tomorrow Miss Nellie Smith of Irvington has been the guest of Miss Reba Lewis Half dozen Cabinet photos for one dollar this week only at Brabandts Get a suit of Fitrite clothes from Shapinsky Bros and be well dressed A nice Christmas present is a set of sliver spoons Conrad Payne Co Mrs Chas Kiel of Cosmosdale has been the guest of Mrs Dell Hambelton- Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer will spend Christmas with her parents in Eddyville Miss Nina Bruns and brother Arthur spent Saturday and Sunday in Louis villeShapinsky Bros line of hats are just the thing for winter wear The latest stylesMiss Bertha Mattingly of Morgan field is the guest of her sister Mrs Ben Ridgway The wife of Chas Worley near town presented him with a girl on last Monday morning Miss Etta English of Stephensport has been the guest of Rev and Mrs James Lewis Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia have been the guests of Mrs J D Gregory Miss Verla Windelkin has returned home from Nashville Tenn after a visit to relativesI Mr and Mrs W J Gillian anddaugh ter Miss Zilpha will spend Christmas in Brandenburg Capt and Mrs J II Rowland went to Louisville Tuesday to attend Post Masters convention John T Ditto ofDecatur Ill spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Mr and Mrs Dan Burks and son I Minor of Holt were the guests of Mrs Ed Gregory Saturday I Watch for the Christmas opening at Oelze big store Dee 15 Dolls and J toys of all discriptions Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky l Everv womau in Toblnsport feed ground oyster shells It makes hens lay Conrad Payne Co Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillman and daughter Elizabeth will spend I Christmas in Morganfield u Mrs Hayes of Owensboro gave ja free Health Lecture Tuesday afternoon in the Presbyterian church Miss Mattie Milliner of Union Star spent Saturday and Sunday with rand Mrs James Younger Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia of Versailles have been the guests of Mrs J D Gregory Engraved cards and not printed ones display good taste Send your order for plate and cards to the News office Miss Cella Owen has been here the guest of Mr and Mrs Foster Heyscr She will spend the winter in Florida MrsJ H Wills expects to go to Lou isville during the holidays for a short visit to her sister Mrs Emrra More dockMr and Mrs Nathaniel Tucker and their two little daughters spent Satur day and Sunday with relativosin Louis ville Conrad Sippel the shoe man has a full stock of the best shoes on the market All sizes all shapes all styles all prices Mr John Milier arrived here from HupMnslmrg Tuesday to accept a position ut the Amtrican Tobucco factoryMake your hens lay while eggs are 25 cents per dozen by feeding them oyster shells 78 cents per hundred Conrad Payne Co For style comfort and wear get you a pair of the Helmers Bettman A Cos brand of shoes at Conrad Sippels the shoe man Miss Bell Conn and Miss Mary B Bash am of Stephensport were the guests of Misses Maggie and Julia Wroe Satur day and Sunday Miss Nannie Jackson of Owensboro who assisted in the singing at the revival held at the Baptist church returned home Sunday Misses Robinson of Morganfield and Miss Church of Owensboro will spend the twentieth with their schoolmate Miss Jenny Mabel Harris Misses Cleona Weatherholt Rebecca Willis and Kathrine Moorman are assisting the regular clerks with the Christmas goods at Noltes You want wear comfort and style when it comes to shoe dross Then got your shoes from Shapinsky Bros They carry the belt brands Miss Lucy Adams a student in the Clovorport Graded School had a cred itable drawing on the boys and girls page of the Sundays CourierJournal After an illness of several weeks Miss Florence Lewis has resumed her position at Frnizes store Miss Lewis is one of the most efficient clerks in townMrs Ella LnNeave and daughter Lucille will leave this wbek for Franklin Tenn After spending a few days there Miss Lucile will leave for Florida to spend the winter Mr and Mrs Fred Fraize gave a charming dinner Friday evening The guests were Miss Jean Todd of Ow ensboro Misses Mannie White Marion Bowmer and Margaret Ski- llmanSlck BloodFeed EmulsionWe not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh andcolor of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their 14 teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the blood which shows itself in paleness weaknessandnervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion- ItI is a true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cur of the blood sickness ffron which so many young women sufferWe 5e glad to send a sample to any sufferer He lure that this picture I the form of a Libel la on iti wrapper of every bottle c EmuhloQ you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York I A Positive CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased membrane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho VERstores50etsatDruggists mailEly ChristmasCandies Cakes Fruits and NutsIn At JJR Williams Store Wo have gotten in a full stock of the best edibles for the Christmas holidays and are also supplied with the best and most complete stock of Santa Claus goods We lire head Fireworks Ilulirterstore erytlilDft In the way of Fireworks JR Williams J w rr i iDR TAYLOR P itlReDre8entln H y TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS X OF OWENSBOROJ 1 ft Will be In Cloverport on the- 12th 13th and 14th ot cacti r- fj month Dr Lightfoots office 1 II ff- l mNl 1 Jj mon thoDr Incheloes office t r r r9r9r rJTr gt Warts r + tr 39r hyr iAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per wee- kWAtTEUIOOO Musk Rat skins also 1000 Ollrtan Carter Clovurport Ky general fur buyers OSTNlucksIlk unibrclln with oxidized silver handle taken through mistake at the Hnpttst church Sunday night Iteturn to Mrs Marlon Weitherholt Cloverport Ky und receive reward fHEAP Farm for sale of HI acres two miles from Lodlburg with Rood log houso mud plllccIrlcowith Interest S IIAUUIsson IxMllburK Ky COH SALE OH acres river bottom Good IlerrryTateTIE MAKERS WANTED XJANTEi30 or 40 Tie Makers to work on truct of land near hunts Ky John Miller Is there to show the timber and Rlvo Instructions A 1C Camp Louis ville Ky 5w 1 hearingSkatesNesvsOalce FOIL SALE An Ideal rush new istur to r or Particulars write to The Ilreckeii ridge News Cloverport Ky1 FOR SALEA beautiful tea set decorated tn gold or greet and pink lowers J300 HreckenrliiRo News Ullic- eFOuSALEFarms u Adkisson Hros Icy- jANTEDGentleman or lady with pood rllttor01200 per year and expenses salary paidi wuekly and expenses advanced Address withI stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky poll SALEA tuition certificate In tho Green Business College Ilrcck cnrldRe News n SALEIOtI acres of land laying on chit 1 branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn IB acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat fries 11500 caslr For further particulars wrUo tho RreckenrldRe News Cloverport Ky ANTEDTo trade fruit trees for lumber Write or call on Ino D liubbago Clo verport Ky FOR SALEA Singer Machine In good ro for 18 News ofllce Cloverport KyI FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting lot of Rood Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Oas and Oasollne EnglnesMARTIN QAIILK 516 3rd Street Louisville Ky ee 1Ad a ettr11a J We have Dolls received a for the little folks DollsIIall sizes and dlSlrl W J Schopp a rI MEET MEAT ts NOLTES T I SANTA CLAUS ii- II A- TNOLTES r P 1 STORE i See what he has to say next week Meantime do your buying Ira early Avoid the rush F J Cl Nolte rBro jjClovcrport Kytt tIS tItS m- II Millinery at Reduced Prices III For the Christmas Holidays I i We are inaugurating a special Christmas sale in Millin Iand have down to tho lowestery put prices possible mllr I on everything in our store For instance we are now inIing to the trade our large line of IITrimmed Hats at 200 Ea- chJEWELRY II- i Ye hive a beautiful line of JJewelry for the Christmas trade A largo line to select from every piece an appropri and pretty christmas present Illto Dress Patterns Wo are sole agents for the Butterick Patterns Delinea I tors Sheets etcIIPolk fie Frank II Cloverport Ky IISm rsmISm Bf Merry Times ACii7iom And we should all be ready to welcome iold Kris Klngle and the Happy Yuletide 1 Lets fill the stockings of the little ones and wako their 1 hearts glad The old folks too want to live over tho happy m days of youth and childhood They can Illl1m happy and 1 merry and enjoy themselves this Christmas for we have ox a- pecially provided for them any and all grades of d The Best in Christmas Candies We have also a very tine line of fruits anti nuts and are jpreparing to serve the bulk of the Christmas trade 1 Fireworks and Toys i 1Toys of all kinds for the children anything from elephant to u doll baby And for the boys we taco no of lire works Everything to delight the little folks anIII please the old folks can be found at our store Some Shoe TalkDont forget your feet these merry times Make then 1 a present of a pair of shoes they wi 1 be proudof shoes Unit iwill feel eomfortablo and will ht and have style and durabil 1 ity This is the kind of shoe wo curry in stock Julian Ha Brown Cloverport Ky 1 Afrf IRaw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market price for all kinds of Purs 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 Seven M oao ea sow in peat 13 e r r JREADY lUylnir aside some places for Clirlstnms IGET1 select to the wise Iii sut It fur you for Christ W J Schopp Breckenridge News and Louisville Daily Herald both one year for r To Cure a Cold in One Day Tab Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Booths Tfck signature 1 somrtlilnirnlft1 Stephensport F f8 200 Cures Crip 1bl Two Days on bcz25c every I v iat j 1 3 t rk 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 12 1906 i i t 4 I a t OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your Body passes through your kldnevs nnce every three minutes kidneys your they waste Impurities they order work matism from blood neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick unsteady beats makes though they heart trouble because heart overworking pumping thick kidney poisoned through arteries- It be considered urinary troubles traced kidneys modern science proves nearly constitutional diseases have beginning kidney trouble can make mistake doctoring kidneys extraordinary effect Kilmers SwampRoot great kidney remedy realized stands highest wonderful distressing its merits all druggists onedollar siz have a the are blood purifiers fil ter out the in the blood are sick out of they fall to do their Pains aches and rheu come ex of acid In the or heart and one feel had the is In blood veins used that only were be to the but now that all their In you are sick you no by first your The mild and the of Dr the is soon the for its cures of the most cases and Is sold on by in fifty cent and es You may or If or cess uric due to as and to to If It sample bottle by mail home of s amivRnoi free also pamphlet telling you how to fine out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 8c Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mlstakeibut remembcrlthe name Sw mpKoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Itlnghumton N Y It on every bo- ttlrThe Youths Companion FOR EVERY- MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IiiHE volume for 1907 will OJ give for 175 an amount of good reading equivalent to twenty 4oopage bookshistory fiction science biography and miscellany costing ordinarily 150 each Sample Copies of The Youths 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Milton Rawlins to life Imprisonment Their father was hanged Dec 4 with the negro Alf Moore The twelfth and thirteenth deaths as results of the Salvation Army hotel fire at St LOuis were both Ohioans Jack Walsh of Dayton and r Cincinnati man name unknown were the victimsA explosion at Lynn Mass destroyed factory of P J Barney Shoe company started a fire that burned three other factories a rail road station and a number of dwell ings besides causing Injuries to 11 personsAt Logansport Inc Mrs Rosa Towksbury 30 was found dead under circumstances Indicating murder Fire at Conneaut Lake Pa destroyed the Arlington Brunswick and Thatcher hotels Cause of fire un known Loss estimated at 30 000 AtlantaBirmingham Fire Insurance company of Atlanta Ga was put la- thel hands of a temporary receiver Embarrassed by heavy Frisco losses In a blaze that started from an ex plosion of paper matches at the fac tory of F A Rathburn b Co Indian apolis Ind eight young women were burned four of them seriously William C Anderson 49 collecbii teller of the First National bank of Kansas City Mo Is missing and F F Swinney the president admitted that ho is short 9000 in his accounts Cineinnntl Chicago limited train oa the Monon railroad was derailed two miles north of Frankfort Ind by a ITikon rail Of 175 passengers on the train 18 were Injured but nobody wad ILilted II Frank Kalb 28 a Panhandle yard brakeman met Instant death under i the wheels of a passenger car at Co lumbus O- Edward McCoy a negro coachman was cremated In a fire which destroy ed the stable of Charles Bruckman at Avalon Pa Fire in the business district of Montreal caused a loss of 150000 Zero weather and narrow streets handi capped the firemen Terrence McGovern the prizefighter was taken to the observation ward of the Kings county hospital in Brooklyn for examination as to his sanity Senator Dick Is quoted as saying that Governor Harris will be renoml nated and elected in Ohio and that Senator Forakor can have the Buck eye delegation as a presidential candi date In 1908 Louis H Jato 53 proprietor of a restaurant In Columbus 0 was taken suddenly 111 at the home of a friend and expired in a cab on the way home probablrfatallcaused by a fire which destroyed Nate Blocks fve story clothing store at St Joseph Mo Band of 12 robbers attacked the es tate of Princess Avalova at Tlfils Transcaucasia plundered her resi deuce and assaulted tho princess The robbers were captured Denial was made by H D Miller United States consul general at Yoko hama of reports emanating from San ranclsco that he predicted a war between the United States and Japan Harry a Koyse member of Indian apolis city council was Indicted by the grand jury on the charge of Indirectly having an Interest In public contracts while serving as a member of councilStatistics show that two months hunting In New England cost 19 IIV08I Of these fatalities eight occurred In Maine six In Massachusetts three in New Hampshire and two In Vermont Scores received Injuries Safe In the postofllce at Galman Miss was blown upon and several hundred dollars in cash and stamps takenFlro destroyed the wagon depos- Itory of the Prallgh Llpos Speplor company Madison Fla and a liverIstable Loss 35000 A runaway gravel train crashed Into i mixed passenger train on tho Rut land railroad near Vergennea Vt Threo persons wore killed and 12 ae veroly Injured At MIddlobourn Guernsey county 0 James C Nichols 50 shot and killed Benjamin Scott 48 and committed suicide Scott married Nlch oli divorced wife A force of constabulary under Ma jor Murphy surprised the camp ofIPablo chief of tho Pulajanos on the Island of Samar Eleven of the Pula Panes wore killed the chiefs son and nine of the band were wounded Chief Pablo escaped Mrs Emma Ernde wife of Charles ttI Erndo and her two daughters Grace 19 and Gladys 6 are dead as a result of a lamp explosion at their bomeI Hagerstown Md Pullman porters are about to or ganize a union They want the Pull man company to pay them enough rages to support their families with sut accepting charity at the bulla 01 the traveling public PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Washington Dec 4 President Roosevelt in his annual message again urges the enactment of a law prohibiting corporations from contrl- buting to campaign funds Ho also urges the passage of a bill conferring upon the government tho right of appeal In criminal cases on questions or law also legislation to limit the set ting aside of judgments and granting new trial on trivial technicalities On the subject of injunctions In la bor cases objection Is made to abol ishing altogether the writ of Injunc tion but It Is recommended that so far as possible abuse of thfe power should be provided against by some such law as was advocated In the message a year ago Lynching Is discussed extensively not as a crime of any particular sec tion but as an evil tendency of law lessness It Is argued that justice should be exercised alike to all re posltlon rape the message says In my judg ment the crime of rape should always be punished with death as Is the case with murder Assault with Intent to CalJftalcrimecourt and provision should be made by which the punishment may follow Immediately upon the heels of the offenseIn capItalcorporations and trades unions there Is ono matter more Important to remember tan aught else and that is the Infinite harm done by preachers of mere discontent These are the men who seek to excite a violent class hatred against all men of wealth The peopleliessane and cool headed advance along the path marked out lat year by this very congress There must be a stern refusal to be mired into following either that base creature who appeals and panders to the lowest instincts and passions in order to arouse one set of Americans against their fellows or that other creature equally base but no baser who In a spirit of greed alreadyhugedisregardtoplain people who thInkthe me chanics farmers merchants workers with head or hand the men to whom American traditions are dear who love their country and try to act decently by their neighbors owe It to themselves to remember that the most damaging blow that can be given popular government is to elect an unworthy and sinister agitator on a hypocrisyItInto tho hands of men of either of these two classes we shall show our pastIyour to need of passing the till ll 11 LIng the number of hours of employment of ralroad em ployes The measure Is very moderate and I can conceive of no serious objections to It Let me again urge that congress provide for an Investigation of the conditions of child labor and of the labor of women Ir the United States The horrors Incident to the employ ment of young children In factories or at work anywhere Lre a blot on our civilization A federal commission for concllation and arbitration of strikes and lockouts Is favored Control of corporations under a federal license law is preferred to con flicting acts of state legislatures Recommendation is made for a graduated income tax and a graduated inheritance tax Industrial training In schools is en couraged to develop the hands and brains of the wageworker Concern messageOrganizationin the business world and it has ac complished much for rood In the necessaryforgrange movement Is good In Itself and Is capable of a tell nigh Infinite further extension for good so long as It Is kept to Its own legitimate business The benefits to be derived by the as sociation of farmers fo mutual ad partly Irrigation and forest preservation are advocated along usual lines questlon be relegated to congress Legislation for the merchant marine liB favored along lines in a report sub mitted at the last session and It Is said that the proposed measure Is isnearly unobjectionable as any can be Currency reform Is discussed and legIsIlatlOn cItizenshipforment of San Juan harbor and the pay ment of expenses of the federal court In Porto Rico paid out of the federal treasury reorganization of govern ment for Alaska and the Seattle ex- posItion sanctioned Protection of the rights of all alien citizens Is emphasized and the nat uralization of Japanese to full citizen ihlp favored posed proI will bo withdrawn after an election Is hold and a new government Installed unless the election becomes a farce or the insurrectionary habit becomes confirmedThe of the Rio conference are commended as promoting friendly feeling between American republics A special message will be submitted on tho Panama canal treatybeMaintenance of an adequate navy is nrged an Increase In the number of men for coast defenses and various suggestions for strengthening the ef fectiveness of the army The United States navy Is tho stirest guarantor of peac this coun try possesses I do not ask that wo continue to increase our navy I ask merely that it be maintained at its present strength and this can be done only if we replace the obsolete and outworn ships by new and good ones navyTomeans that for that year the navy goes back instead of forward thereIsposolblethohighestalike as regards the officers and the enlisted men I do not believe that In enlisted wo have in both the army and thenavy including tho marine corps alreadyturnneed to have these schools made more scholastic On the contrary we should never lose aught of the fact that the aim of each school IIIto turn out a man who salt be ATOT yrjrtklBg else a9Yistltsu MM THE LID ON No Legal Documents Will be Permitted to Leave Circuit Clerks Office A new rule has been adopted in the Circuit Clerks office at this place which forbids any attorney or other person to take any papers or records from the office Considerable incon venience has been experienced by attorneys taking papers to their offices and not returning them promptly Circuit Clerk Settle will hereafter permit no records to leave his office On the suggestion of Mr OMeara the bar will hold a meeting Saturday to apopt certain expedient regulations of practice Among others it is expected that a rule will be adoptedrequiring every attorney to furnish a copy of each pleading filed to the attorney on the other side of the case Elizabeth town News Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made ALONE for Piles aud it works with certainty aud satisfaction Itching paiuful protruding or blind piles dis appear like magic by its use Try it andsee Severs Drug Co IIT G LEWISL Dealers In SON Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments IIHARDINSBURG 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 beautiful and cheap Sewing Machine Needles to fit all machines Musical instruments and findingsBest and finest repairing Jj A of all timepieces tf LOUISVILLE EVANSVIL1E PACKET CoeI- NOonionesaDl Past Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vllle Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wedne day Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a n Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p n Through freight rates and passenyr tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville tl7b Clovorport to Evansville l6Cloverport to Owensboro 71 Splendid accommodations for Btocl General Office 154150i584th st Louisville Ky C Ve WILLIAMS 6 F and PeAr GEOH WILSON Sliot L II ft ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No He Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 07 A M stops at Howard on flag only rrlve at Louisville 7 25 A M No 142 Tally Mall and Express leaves Olo verporttllA AIi stops at all way stations I arrIves Louisville 1235 P m Train No 141 Dally fast mall loaves Olo verport 449 pm stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 736 p m Train No148 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Oloverport accommodation leaves Oloverport 800 a m arrives Evans vlllu gOO am Train No HI Dally fast mall and express leaves Clovor- Hawesvllle 1013 a m stops only at Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Eveusvlllo arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740p m Evansvlllo 1030 p in Stops at all stations No145 dally St Louis fast tralnleaves Clo verport M arrives Evansville 135 A l1l1tPM St A M stops at Ilawesvllle 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 and UB between Louisville and St LouIs Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Hsnday leuVes Fordsville 450 n Arrives Irvlngton 840 a mTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 3 OO p moo arrives Irvington 520 pw Train No 8 Sunday only FordsvlllofliSO a m Irvington 908 a m WEST BOUND Train No a Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 50am arrives Fordsvllle IM pmTrain No 5 Daily leaven Irvington 050 mtI arrives Fonlsvlile 986 p m I W II 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Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores This remarkable woman whose inLynnfamilyForbecame known as a woman of an alert L3 1and investigating mind an earnest seeker after knowledge and above all possessed of a wonderfully sympa thetic nature In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkhara a builder and real estate operator and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness They had four children three sons and a daughterIn good old fashioned days it was common for mothers to mals their own home medicines from roots and herbs natures own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases By tradition and ex perience many of them gained a won derful knowledge of the curative properties of the various roots and herbs Mrs Pinkham took a great interest In the study of roots and herbs their characteristics and power over disease She maintained that just as nature so bountifully provides in the harvest fields and orchards vegetable foods of all kinds so if we but take the pains to find them in the roots and herbs of the field there are remedies ex pressly designed to cure the various ills and weaknesses of the body and it was her pleasure to search these out and prepare simple and effective medi cines for her own family and friends Chief of these was a tare combination of the choicest medicinal roots and herbs found best adapted for the peculiar hams friends and neighbors learned that her compound relieved and cured and it became quite popular among them All this so far was done freely with out money and without price as a labor of love struckLynnmuch for the large real estate interests of the Pinkham family as this class of business suffered most from fearful depression so fond theCenten nial year dawned it their prop erty swept away Some other source of income had to be found At this point Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound was made known to the world The three sons and the daughter with their mother combined forces to IIke Adairs N ill The will of Ike C Adair who died at Fordsville recently leaves most of his property to his wife and daughter This statement is given out by members of the family the will not yet having been offered for probate He leaves 1000 to his mother Mrs Sarah Adair The electric light plant at Hawesville is be queathed to his sistersMrs Mary Whit worth and Miss Dood Adair He left 100 each to the Methodist and Baptist churches of Fordsville and the Catholic church at Hawesville New Cure For Epilepsy J li Waterman of Watertown O 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 giving tonic Pills on earth 25c at Severs Drug Co No Printers In Penitentiary Until a short time ago an ably con ducted and quite well edited little paper was published within the walls of the Ohio penitentiary It had an assured circulation and to all appearances was destined to live long and prosper But it disappeared without warning and inquiry as to the cause developed the restore the family fortune They argued that the medicine which was so good for their woman friends and neighbors was equally good for the women of the whole world The Pinkhams had no money and little credit Their first laboratory was the kitchen where roots and herbs were steeped on the stove gradually filling a gross of bottles sellingItgivenitprinter to run off some pamphlets setting forth the merits of the medi cine now called Lydia E Pinkham Vegetable Compound and these were distributed by the Pinkham sons In Boston New York and Brooklyn The wonderful curative properties of the medicine were to a great extent selfadvertising for whoever used it recommended it to others and the de mand gradually increased- In 1877 by combined efforts the fame ily had saved enough money to com mence newspaper advertising and from that time the growth and success of the enterprise were assured until today Lydia E Pinkham and her Vege table Compound have become house hold words everywhere and many tons of roots and herbs are used annu ally in Its manufacture Lydia E Pinkham herself did not live to see the great success of this work She passed to her reward years ago but not till she had provided means for continuing her work as- effectively as site could have done it herselfIshe was ever work and she was always careful to preserve a record of every case that came to her attention The case of every sick woman who applied to her for advice and there were thousandsreceived careful study and the details includ ing symptoms treatment and results were recorded for future reference and today these records together with hundreds of thousands made since are available to sick women the world over and represent a vast collabora tion of information regarding the treatment of womans ills which for authenticity and accuracy can hardly be equaled in any library in the worldWith Lydia E Pinkham worked her daughterinlaw the present Mrs Shewaaearefullyinstructedin for years she assisted her in her vast correspondenceTo naturally fell the direction of the work when its origina twentyfivenothing in the work shows when the first Lydia E Pinkham dropped her pen and the present Mrs Pinkham now the mother of a large family took it up With women assistants some as capable as herself the present Mrs Pinkham continues this great workand probably from the office of no other person have so many women been ad vised how to regain health Sick wo men this advice is Yours for Health freely given if you only write to ask for it- Such is the history of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from simple roots and herbs the one great medicine for womens ailments and the fitting monument to the noblewoman whose name it bear fact that there was not a single convict in the institution who could handle type The last printer in the pen had served his time and secured em ployment in Cincinnati where they made him superintendent and there was none to take his job in Columbus Nor has there been since although there is plenty of other talent to be had For instance there are enough bankers there more than twenty and several on the way to start a clearing house and enough lawyers to take care of all the business the frenzied financi ers can bring them to say nothing of doctors brokers and other eminently respectable citizens gone wrong Maysville Bulletin IATexas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bjwie 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 Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs nod 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 SeersIDrug Co GOc Bud 100 Trial free Kodoi ON REAL ESTATE Bill Passed by House Permits National Banks to Make Loans Washington Dec 6 The house waiting on the report of appropriation bills began Its legislative grind by passing threo measures Incorporat ing the national GermanAmerican alliance authorizing tho secretary of the treasury to duplicate gold certlfl crates in lieu of ones lost or destroyed and tho bill amending the national bank laws permitting national bank Ing associations to mako loans on real estate as security and limiting Un amount of such loans The banklcg bill has been ono of the wests fayorlto measures and the leaders in the house from that section lined up generally in favor of the legislation which it is asserted would go far toward popularizing the national banks The opponents of the bill Democrats and Republicans insisted that real estate was not a proper security for a loan LABORERS Killed In a Tunnel by Explosion of Giant Powder New York Dec 4A spark from a candle carried by a laborer dropped Into a can of giant powder and caused an explosion among a gang of work men in the Pennsylvania railroad tun nel under the East river Three men were killed outright and a fourth is dying Of 12 others less seriously hurt two required hospital treatment The others suffered chiefly from burns and were attended on the spot and sent home The explosion occurred In tho tube close to a shaft sunk between the Long Island railroad station at Long Island City and the river The dead Stamony Schmidt Brooklyn Frank Studivlnc colored Manhattan John Voreges Brooklyn A vegetable corrective for the stom achs of babies and children with the name of each ingredient in plain En glish on every bottle that is CASCA SWEET the ideal medicine for the little ones Contains no opiates Conforms hilly with National Pure Food and Drug Law Write H C DeWitt Co Chicago Ill for the Baby Hook Recommended and sold by all druggists Pilotage Bill Lost Washington Dec tThe house by a vote of 110 to 164 defeated the bill of Representative Uttloflold of Maine removing discriminations against American sailing vessels In the coast Ing trade This bill commonly known as the anti compulsory pilotage bill has been the subject of many hear ings In the committee on merchant marine and fisheries and has excited great interest throughout the lake and ocean shipping regions of the country Tho result of the vote was a surprise to the friends of the measure wto openly charged Its de eat to the Amer ican Federation of Labor Many votes on the Republican side however wore secured as a protest against the In vasion of the rights of the states Outwits the Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrb of the stomach and bowels had reduced Mrs Thus S Austin of Leavenworth Ind to such a deplor able condition that her doctor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Elec Inc Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine com pletely cured her Guaranteed cure for torpid liver kidney disease biliousness jaundice chills and fever general debility nervousness and blood poison ing Best tonic made Price fiOc at Severs Drug Co Tr it Vagrant Sold Into Servitude Elizabethtown Ky Dec 4Dock- Aubury who was convicted of va grancy and who was ordered sold into servitude for nine months according to the law of the state was disposed of at public auction to J Johnson a farmer for the sum of 10 Docks reputation for general shlftlesness was such that oven tho most strenu ous efforts of the sheriff were not std ficient to bring out many bids tho report having gone forth that his ability to consume food was out of all pro portion to his capacity for work oLlEI T ooa iAre theitsKind You Have Always Bought GofTaft on Brown vllle Affair Washington Dec G Secretary Taft In his annual report gives an airing to tho Brownsville Tex affair of Aug 13 and tho discharge of tho colored battalion of tho Twentyfifth Infantry Ho defends thecourso of the war department in the matter and is severe in his condemnation of the noncommissioned officers of the bat talion for failing to discover and report tho perpetrators of the outrage and of the enlisted men of the battalion who by maintaining silence when as he says they must have known the guilty parties connived at tho crime He insists that no obliga tion of comradeship should prevent tho men from telling the truth but in dicates that such of the men as are guiltless may be reenlisted FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Relines Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching of Gas Eta rXITAKID ONLY ATTHE LAIOKATOXY Of E C DeWITT Cc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For Sale by a1Druggists ROUSES CAllfORNfANS Roosevelts Treatment of the Mooted Japanese Question THEIR SOLONS DISCUSS ITI Rayner of Maryland Calls Up the Matter In the SenateFeeling Run ning High on the Pacific Coast Hostile Demonstration In the City of Tokyo San Francisco Dec 7 The San Francisco board of education will stand by its decision to confine the Japanese school children to the oriental school The sentiments of Presi dent Roosevelt as expressed In his message to congress will not affect their position according to President Altmann of the board who announced that the board will do all in Its power I to correct the impression given out by the presidents message which says that the Japanese are excluded from San Francisco public schools Washington Dec 5 President Roosevelts discussion of the San Francisco school situation in the rues sage was received with great dissat isfaction by the California delegation in the house The members of the delegation from that state are unani mous in their declaration that no treaty rights have been violated In ex eluding Japanese from public schools attended by whites The suggestion in President Roosevelts message that naturalization bo extended to Jap anese Is extremely distasteful to the California delegation In the house West and South find themselves in sympathy on two propositions Ono Is the race issue the other is the sug gestion of federal Intervention to en force the terms of the treaty with Japan It was the suggestion of using all the forces civil and military of the United States that touched the spot with tho Californians They had not expected at so early a stage of the discussion to have the adminis tration suggest using military power against them In the senate Mr Rayner of Maryland Introduced the following resolu tion on the Japanese question Re solved that In the opinion of the son ate this government has no right to outer into any controversy with any foreign government relative to tho public school system of any of the states In the Union resolved further that It is the opinion of the senate that there Is no provision In the treaty between tho United States and tho government of Japan that relates in any manner to this subject or In any way Interferes with the right of the state of California to conduct and ad minister its system of public schools In accordance with Its own legislation and resolved further that It Is tho duty of tho president of the Unit ed States to notify the government of Japan and to notify any foreign gov ernment with which the question may arise that the public educational in stitutions of the state are not within the Jurisdiction of tho United States and that the United States has no power to regulate or supervise thcl administrationResent Stand San Francisco Dec GThe feeling In San Francisco Is nigh The city and parts of the state are openly bitterly and resentfully opposed to the admin istrations stand in regard to the school question in San Francisco The people believe the Japs are seeking to find a cause for a quarrel with the United States and have chosen the San Francisco school situation as the bone over which to pick a quarrel and start a war If California Is to ra main one of the United States declared the commissioner of labor for California then It must stop invasion and settle the question Tho Japanese are swarming Into California at tho rato of over 1000 a month more arro gant more chesty than any other peo pIe The school board of San Fran cisco never will change Its attitude ou the school question declared the su perintendent of schools- Demonstration In Japan Tokyo Dec 5The growth hero of the antiAmerican feeling is beginning to cause great annoyance to the government which is earnestly trying to imooth matters over The most sig nificant Incident which has thus far taken place is the burning of the splendid Grant memorial erected on tho visit of the distinguished general Ulysses S Grant and intended as a permanent reminder of tho old and steadfast friendship between the two countries Today it is a heap of smoking ruins and no effort Is being made to conceal the fact that it was deliberately destroyed as an object lesson Call For All Records Washington Dec 7 The senate adopted the Penroso resolution re questing tho president to send it in formation regarding the discharge of the negro troops of tho Twentyfifth Infantry and also the Foroker resolu tion directing tho secretary of war to transmit all Information in the pos session of his department on the same subject Both resolutions carried an identical amendment by Mr Culber son asking specifically for the order to Major Penrose commanding the troops which directed him not to turn over to tho Texas authorities certain of the troops demanded Chief E iglneer of Southern Covington Ky Dec 3George B Nicholson chief engineer of the Cincinnati Southern railway died at hln home here Y 11iiNCHRSTER I HuntingWinchester aUInteJJlgentmountainsInorcartridgesalwaysbeWinchester rifles trigger Is pulled anotherFREEt4taloClUWINOHESTtHAVEN OON- NN N N NN NN ti NNNNNNNNNt N The Bank of Hardinsburg I and Trust 5000000 CompanyCAP- ITAL iB F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD PAUI CUMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS CashieriMoms EskiMge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic iDr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson AdminiSjtratcrN N NNNNNNlN N + 0 NNNNNN tN NNN N rFrank May A S Griffin REAL ESTATE andkindlyshould they wish to buy or sell any kind of property 1se 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 GRIFFIN Office J2M2I St Ann St Both Phones 358 Owensboro l yJ + e41ba alt I IFirst State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Presiden III H KEMPER Cashier- S t Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited 0 iiInterest Paid on Time Deposits NNtIONTHE AMERICAN MAGAZINE ITHE CENTURY 0 IN 1907 Three Great Serial Novels TilE SHlTTIFA n IInternational NVi By Frances Hodgson Burnett IOMF ANU KINO Mr AVvelpfthelarXTth By Elizabeth Robins I 1U NNINti WAn A Novel of 1 ravel and Adventure 87 the Author of The Four Feathers AN IMPORTANT AUIIUK HY THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE PANAMA CANAL By Secretary William II Taft THeGpKMts EMFEROIII YMI p VHISTIHI IN PAKIS ANI t VIM P PAFEHS N iAHiiEMMi KAKV No USD- M HI ft 1 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LEXINGTON HERALD LEADING DEMOCRATIC DAILY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY 500 To January I 1908 500 This is a special bargain offer that we are making to the daily news paper readers of Kentucky the regular yearly subscriptionrrice being 000 which will be in effect again after January 1 would like to see a copy of The Herald before subscribing write us for free sample copy The Lexington Herald Company LEXINGTON KY N I a i t i r rbi i u Y J8 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 12 1906 4 y f d 1 t tJ l1lfflBfB1i IT PAYS TO DEAL WHERE III SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED I IIITS THE QUALITY THAT SATISFIESI The Highest quality will be found in our line of Cloaks The price also tells We must close this line out between new and the holidays fRIn order to make them go we have cut the price to 13 and 5 Cloaks t9l- W that formerly sold at f5 and f6 lEI I1 350 Footwear For 320r1Special lot of Womens fine Winter Shoes of Glaze Kid Dull Calf Button We are closing this stock out at 320 I This is an extra bargain ILadies 550 400 Skirts at I Just a few left and we are making this reduction tg close fa them out lOc White name prices and describe everything in store We want you to and look price We preparing for Old so bring along the and many ii store to make this the happiest III 111 T Additional If you want to make your wife her a tack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnellGregory for Cedar and Ruberaidroofing There is no bettor flour on the market It is made at Lewfcport Williams sells it- James A and wife were in Lou isville Monday Call at Prestojis for the fl jur Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at OConnells jj Preston sells Lewisport flour the best on the market Catarrh of the nose should lead you to at least ask us for a free trial box of Shoops Catarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit asa real actual testand Dr Shooo to prove this desires we let you make that test This creamy White healing halt soothes the throat and nostrils and quickly purifies a foul or feverish breath acd investigate Severs Drug Co Very Latest Styles and newest things in Wastings at to 12 PlaidIper yard Patterns new BLANKETSII65c to 400 t1and gray Blankets tra heavy soft fleece exIGood values from 65 cents 400 a pair IWe fJ- 1I cant our come and for yourself are ISanta children to see nice Candles other things iJ Christmas of all 11 ChristmasesJOHN HOBEN faJliWlMllWai Hardinsburg I Locals happy- get Co shingles Witt best andthroal Dr earnestly that Snow Call I I 1DiedYesterday Mrs Harvey Snyder who was stricken with paralysis last Friday night died Tuesday Mrs Snyder was born in Hancock county March 16 1856 and was 50 years of age She leaves a husband and four sons besides brothers and sisters Beware of Ointments fur Catarrh That Contain Mercury- as mercury will surely destroy the sense or smell and completely derange the whole sys tom when entering It through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians iis the damage they will do Is ten Jold to the good you can possibly derive from them lIalls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken Internally acting dire tly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by P 1 Cheney R Oo Testimonials free void by Druggists Price 7C per bottle Two women at least are in public office in Texas both having been put thrre by mens votes Miss Zena Dal rymple was elected county and district clerk for tvalde county and Mrs Mary C Cope for Fannin County I MATTINGLY Miss Maymo Hawkins of Clo vcrport attended the entertain mont at the Balltown school house Thanksgiving nipht The entertainment given by Roscoe Lasloy on Thanksgiving night was a decided success The I scholars all did welland deserve creditMrs Esther Taul and brother Everett Frank of Evansville are I visiting friends and relatives here One ot the most delightful affairs of the season was the dinner party given December the fifth by Mr and Mrs William Lynch It was in honor of her brother Eddie Herons twentyfirst birth day There were 52 guests present Those from a distance werQ Miss Montro Percell and Lcrer Frank of Owensboro Mrs Esther Taul and brother Everett Frank of Evansville Author Beard of Hardinsburc and Mr and Mrs Joe Mullen of Cloverport Mr Heron is u favorite among his many friends and we wish him many happy returns of such an occasion Turkey all kinds of vegetables and delicious refresh ments were served If taken at the Sneeze Stage Pre ventics a toothsome candy Tablet will surely and quickly check an ap proaching cold or Lagrippe When you first catch coldor feel it coming ontake Dr Shoops Preventics and the prompt effect will certainly sur prise and please you Preventics surely supply the proverbial ounce of pre vention Sold n 5 cent and 21 cent boxes by Severs Drug Co Christmas Rates Christmas and New Year holiday rates One and one third fair round trip between local points Dec 222324- 2S203031and Jan 1 good to re turn Jan 2 TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Take LAXATIVE IIIIOMO Quinine Tablets DruRElsts refund money It it falls to cure E W a MOVES signature u on ear hbox 25c j PateWilsonjj Mattingly Ky Dec 8Specla1 Charley Pate and Miss Spicy Wilson were married December the fifthnt the residence of Rev Charley Goff who performed the marriage ceremony The I SCALY ECZEMA ALL OVER BODY Eruptions Appeared on Chest and Face and Neck Were All Broken OutScales and Crusts Formed Iowa Lady Has Great Faith in Cuticura Remedies for Skin Diseases ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTIGURA rrI had eruption on my chest and body and extend upwards and downwards so that my neckand face were nil broken out also my arms and the lower limbs as far as the knees I at first thought it was prickly heat But soon scales or crusts forted whom the breaking out was Instead of going to a physician purchased a complete treatment of the Cuticura Remedies in which I had great faith and all was satisfactory A year or two later the eruption appeared again only n little lowerbut before it had time to spread- I procured another supply of tho Cuti cura Remedies and continued their use until theicuro was complete It is now five years since the last attack and have not seen any signs of a return I have taken about three bottles of tho Cuticura Resolvent and do not know how much of the Soap or Ointment as I always keep them with me probably one lulU dozen of each- I decided to give tho Cuticura Rem edies a trial after Ihad seen the results of their treatment of eczema on an infant belonging to one of our neigh bors Tho parent took the child to tho nearest physician but his treatment did no good So they procured the Cuticura Remedies and cured her with them When they began using Cuticura Rem edies her face was terribly disfigured with sores but she was entirely cured for I saw tho same child at the ago of five years and her mother told me tho eczema had never broken out since I have more faith in Cuticura Remedies for skin diseases than anything I know of I am respectfully yours Emma E Wilson Liscomb Iowa Oct 1 1905 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Ererj Humor from Plmplet to Scrofula from Infancy to Aeq- eonelato5 of Culkura Soap 23ebtmmentweiteeole- enh We lo form of Ch IeCoated Fill tk per t1a1- or doh mar M had of alldrufflitt A iin lle et often curw Potter Druf ft Chem Corp Sol Propa TJoiton Mtaa 3btanedkrteHow aCare for akin ecalpIMIWL bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs B H Wilson of Tar Fork The grooms the son of Mr and Mrs V Pate of Mattingly and is a prosperous young farmer They will make their home with the grooms parents for thi present They are a very popular couple in this vicinity H O Keys has moved from Webster to Irvington a t 13 iIJ 1 j p I i Watch this space next week for ourWW I Holiday Announcement I I Our Mr E E Glasscock is in the market this week interviewing Santa Claus as to what he has in store to make the little tots i I happy Just wait and see A special message I to the children and to grownuppeo pie as well will appear in this space next I week In the meantime get ready t i I CIo rI I I Qlendeane Ky t i I r t i J1 A j i 1 f 41r r I 1 Ii j J1 Ji k fj I i f i dl I 1IIEiIIIIUit r eq 1 4 d 2 DII i J j i r i W1JtJfI Ji UlJ 1IfT rwr wil 1 M I HAMMANSONCHRISTMAS IRocking Chairs from 90c to 20 each I 37SI98c Pictures 50c to 350 each I Picture frames to order I White Sewing Machines 30 and 40 A good Machine 1298 i Iron Beds 198 to 800 I Folding Beds 14 to 2250 Games Boards Sheet Pictures 5c to 98cg eachEdison I Phonographs Columbia Grapho 5 phones sold on easy payments Cadicc Milling Coe YOU CERTAINLY youdofrom the ofCADICKS CADICKSGOLD FLOUR goesfartherIt makes the most delicioue 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 HURRY HURRY To McGlothlan Piggotts Store Irvington KentuckyI If you want Goods cheap Everything they have is for sale cheap Come one come all r NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSIf and costs please meet us and pay at once If not paid your property will be levied on and sold I or one of my deputies will be at the following places Irvington Wednesday Dec 12 Webster Thursday Dec 13 Cloverport Friday and Saturday Dec 14 and 15- Union Star Wednesday Dec 12 Mooleyville Thursday Dec 13 Stepheq port Friday Dec 14 t i Yours Respectfully Milt Miller S B C f 1 r r 1 e- i21 j i t iJ 1I i t Jd t l Vii It I t 4- kk y t 1 rl- k a 1 1 J fna v rt 1G 1C f y a I- YF j