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JI- I 1rt I d I THE BRECKENRIDGE t NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19 1906 8 Pages NO 23i N R Y r rt t G a 1t FOREIGN CAPITAL Seeking Investment In Cloverportl Gas and Oil Fields The gas fields of Cloverport promi seet to be invaded in the immediate future by Eastern capital This will in all proba bility be the outcome of a visit of Mr C F Hill a prominent real estate dealer of Louisville and representing eastern capitalists interested in the development of Kentuckys mineral resources to his city last week Mr Hill has just closed a deal Tor the transferring of about 1000 acres o land in Meade county to Eastern capi talists for the development of the cement industry in this State Mr Hills report of the prospects for a big development in the gas and oil in terests hereabouts has sufficiently inter ested a number of Eastern capitalists that they will make a visit to this city within the next few days to determine efinitely what course will be pursued in investing in the properties in this vi cinityWhile here Mr Hill was the guest of his friend Mr C W Moorman Presbyterian Services The Rev Graves delivered two ex cellent sermons at the morning and even ing services at the Lucile Memorial church Sunday The Sunday School pupils of the Presbyterian church will render a Christmas program Christmas night at the church The public is cordially in vited to attend the exercises Sunday School every Sunday at 10 A M Prayer meeting Tuesday at 7P M NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the drug firm of L B Moremen Co has dis solved partnership L fi Moremen re tiring The business will be continued under the firm style of S P Parks Co This necessitates the settling up of out standing accounts of the old firmThank ing the public for a generous past pa tronage and hoping to merit a con tinuance of same we are Very truly- S P Parks Co Irvington Ky Dec 10 1906 CHRISTMAS GIFTS The Holiday gift time is here and the gifts are here If you miss coming to see them it is to your own sorrow A place that makes the eyes glitter the heart leap with joy and when the beauties and charms enhance the desire to show the love for thost who love us and make the heRrtofour loved ones beat with a new devotion and love for us A dollar spent Tor papa mamma sister brother or the darling sweetheart lives on and on for years in these hearts Our collection this ye ar is far th superior to anything ever before shown in this county You will have to see iil beautyfI have every thing in gold and sliver the heart can wish for For every one dollar you spend in a purchase at our store you are given ab sol utely free a chance to get a fine Ma hogany finish eight day gong strike Seth Thomas clock The clock will b given to the lucky one on the second da of January 1907 the day after New Years Come in and sge the clock J C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Catholic Services Tuesday morning the first mass on Christmas day that will be held in the St Rose Catholic church will be at 5 oclock The services will lbe conducted by Father Celestial Brey Baptist Services I Sunday morning at the Baptist church the communion will be administered by the pastor Rev James T Lewis Rev Lewis will deliver a sermon on Com munion at the same services- A Christmas treat will be given the members of the Sunday School next Sunday morning The regular services of the B Y PU will be held at 630 P M I Christmas Services Sunday morning at the eleven oclock I services at the Methodist church the subject of the sermon will be The Use and Abuse of Christmas Special music will also be rendered by the choir Everyone is invited to attend Prayer meeting Wednesday and Rev Currie re quests all to bring bibles N make a be useful for come a or up suit is standard for style fit finish 4 lose their I ASSESSMENT Made By Board of Equalization On City Property Causes Few The City Board of met Monday to hear complaints from those whose property had been raised beyond the assessed value of last year Several againstethe raising of taxes on their property and the Board after giving them audi ence to reduce the original amount some instances where the proof showed an increase was not warranted The Board increased the assessment on city property 30000 as given in The News lat week and at the meet deeI asysessment i I TAX LEVY ONICITY PROPERTY At a special the city coun cil night the tax levy on city property for the 1907 was placed A levy of 75c on the I100 was made which was the original amount and It was apportioned as follows 20c for sal aries 20c for interest on the citys bonds 20c for fund and 15c for gener al fund 3000 IN BONDS RETIRED Bonds representing a total aggregate of 3000 against the city of Cloverport were consigned to the flames Monday night by City Clerk C Patterson at a meetingiof the city council The re tiring these bonds should be a source of much satisfaction to the The total indebtedness in bonds against the city at the present is Pierce has returned home from Irvington I ROYA1 POWDER Made from PureGrapeCream Tarlar The excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price J ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than or phate of Lime but it is worth far more than the difference- to keep your biscuits cakes and pastry free from the effects these cheapeningsubstitutes A Continued use Alum means injury to health Avoid Alum AilmentsSay plainly ROYAL BAKING POWDER LETTER FROM A S OF E PRESIDENT Indiana poll lid Del 12 To the Editor of News Cloverport Ky have much feeling of sorrow of the burning A SANTA CLAUS FOR EVERYBODY Little Folks Big Folks Young Folks Old Folks and all Kinds of Folks Can Meet OldatOur Store Weve got Santa Claus our store that will delight the old people well the young Santa Claus who handing out kinds bargains for the Christmas holidays present member family yourself something usefulthings necessary necessary clothes footwear selected interest buying Christmas Suit Flute Clothes Would present father brother Fitrite Fitrite Clothes cellency they shape Complaints Equalization CITY SHAPINSKY BROS be for a friend a latest are swell Come let us of all un THE only powders injurious permanent Dreckenridge I u of WHiilienses i til Lures in Kentucky mid so coi fileiii am I thnt the methols Ilnd teachings of the Ameri can Societyof have not instigat ed thereto or any way contributed to acts of lawlessness or but on the those who iU tench lugs and act upon them proceed not ojly1 according to that I will personally add 200 to any fund that I may be raised for the of said acts of or will pay this of fund ed said lends to tion and This sum is now to the officers of the state of Kentucky with the enforcement of the as above J A President of The American of Equity I v a at as a Is all of The best can be given to a of or to is that it is to have It is that you have headwear neckwear all other kinds of wear When you get to buy any of these goods dont to call at our store We have a large and well stock to choose from and it be to your come here before your of that would a long time to If you have son dress him In a of the ex in and never decided in meeting of Monday year sinking L of citizens Robert Alum of of 1000 read with reports in as and to Neckwear- What could nicer than neckwear We have beautiful line of neckwear and everything is the Our neckties something in and show you this line We have shirts kinds in both dress shirts and work shirts BIG- STORE BAKING tobacco Kquity violence contrary accept must Equity investigation incendiarism independently any provid investigation prosecu conviction charged laws Everitt Society that the ready fail will A assessed Phos wear A Pair of Shoes as a present to a loved one or a friend wouldnt be bad they are always useful We carry such famous brands as the HamiltonBrown Cos Freidman Bros and Thos Briggs Cos shoes These are the most popular brands on the market and are the best shoes made I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY y i f 5 r I a c I 2 THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM DECEMBER 19 1906ii ii r I A f t J ConvalesoentsNEED for it hastens recovery by creating strength Thoro Is Just ono thing tho matter with a person who has been sick that Is weakness To all such people In this vicinity wo recommend our delicious cod liver preparation Vlnol as tho very host strength creator for convalescents Vinol strengthens tho digestive organs creates an appetite promotes sound sleep makes rich red blood and builds up a depleted sytem to health and vigor atheoil with tho useless oil eliminated and tonic Iron added We guarantee it Severs Drug Co SUCCESSFULMEETING CLOSED I The series of revival meetings at the Baptist church c1osed last week after a t rr n v eeks duration The services were well attended thron thout and much good was ao m ir ished The additions to the hurt 1 were seventeen by baptism and ilit by letter- I Ir Compton rot Owensboro who as ktud Rev Lewis hi the meetings was iVan forcible speaker j I CASTORIAII I For JiM + d Children The Kind ivs iwsys Bought jBears the Signature of Bank Closed Wayneaboro Pa Dec ILThe Farmers and Drovera National bank of Wayneaburg was doted by direc Lion of the comptroller of the currency The national bank examiner John B Cunningham was appointed receiver Tho assets and llabllltloa ire 2307474 Slippery Rails Plttsburg Pa Dec 12Four per ions were injured none seriously in L collision of Mount Leban and Knox rllle trolley cars at the south end of the Mount Washington tunnel The accident was caused by slippery rails Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made ALONE for Pilesaud it works with certainty aud satisfaction Itching paibful protruding or blind piles dis appear like magic by its use Try it and see Severs Drug Co Mother and Children Burned Rock Rapids la Dec 12Whlle Mrs C Rudolph was engaged In cleaning a coat with gasoline near here the gasoline exploded Her live yearold son was burned to death and a daughter 17 years old so badly burned that she can not recover Mrs Rudolph and her baby were also inv lured but it Is thought they will rev lover The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this ountry most deaths are caused b- yItheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance the blood will attack I the vital organs or the ddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is ibtalned quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new dis cnliveM kidneypoisoned thattiliil nomoofSwunpnoot sent free by nall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mentlor reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mlstakeibnt remembcrlthe name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton N Y Ii on every bottle A WEEKS HAPPENING RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Straight Whisky Men Jubilant Ove the Result of the Pure Food Inves tigation Tobacco Pool Agreements Other Matters Louisville Ky Dec 12The commission on tho purity of food will probably conclude its Louisville hoar tugs today A session will be held at Lexington Thursday after which tho members of the ooumls lon will proceed to formulate their report to tho secretary of agriculture Tho matte of preparing permanent definitions of food standards growing out of the present Investigation will not be taker up until the commission visits some of the distilleries of Pennsylvania am Maryland and holds another sessIon In some eastern city The ropresenta tlves of the blending and rectifying Interests in Kentucky are not encour aged over the result of the Investlga lion hero but the straight whisky men are Jubilant Ran Past Depot Paducah Ky Dec 11 The tast Memphis Louisv111e flyer of the llllnoii Central railroad ran by tho station hero and crashed into a light entlru waiting to take It out The accident was due to tho air failing ontho pas senger train Five were Injured The aro the Pullman conductor S J West fall of TIppecanoe City 0 three fin gors mashed ofT Jack Drumler Nev York city L A Lehman Elllsvflle Miss John Willingham fireman Pa ducah sprained wrist and head cut five months old son of Betty Sellers Golconda 111 bruited on head No Danger of Lynching Knooville Tenn Dec 14 The claim of William Henry colored wanted her on the charge of klllint William Buckner a white man that he will be in danger of lynching If re turned here it without foundation Nc sentiment Indicative of the lynching spirit In this case has been demon strated publicly or privately If the uegro Is brought back here officer say there Is no question but that hi will be given a fair trial Henry U In custody at Columbus 0 and made the antilynchlng plea In restating ex tradition Cant Jump Pool Agreement Ow nsboro Ky Dec 2ln a dec shin Judge Birkbead holds that a to bacco grower whO pools his crop witfe the American Society of Equity has no right to sell his tobacco except with the consent of the secretary He granted the Injunction asked to re strain the sale in question IAI letter was received from J A Everett of In dlKiianolls president of the Society ol Equity offering on his own account a reward of 200 for the conviction ol a person or persons who sot fire to the Princeton warehouses Beckner May Practice Law Lexington Ky Dec 10At Win Chester Clark county Circuit Judge J M Denton decided that Judge W M Beckner who was suspended from law practice In Kentucky for twc years because of alleged criticism oi brother attorneys at term court In London England may practice law while awaiting the court of appeals decision of the case The decision of Judge Benton was applauded by the spectators Judge Beckner is C6 years old Negro Shoots Policeman Lawrenceburg Ky Dec 10Wlth- a gun heavily loaded with buckshot Mort Brown a negro of this city shot and dangerously wounded Night Pc Iceman Harry Miller Brown escaped The policeman attempted to arrest Brown for alslng a disturbance Officers and citizens are scouring the surrounding country and should Brown bo captured there is little hope to save him from the vengeance of the mob Mother and Child Fatally Burned Lexington Ky Dec 11A special prom Mason county states that Mrs Ira Goodman and her 3yearold baby yore fatally burned at their home The child was playing near an open Ire when its clothing ignited The pother tried to tear the clothing from the childs body when her clothing aught fire and both were fatally turned before aid reached them Insanity Ended In Death Lexlngtor Ky Dec 10Mrs Etta Griffith the young wife of Nolan Grit Ith under Indictment for the murder of her baby girl several weeks ago lied at the asylum having been ad Judged insane last week She became a raving maniac the day Thomas Stout was hanged caused by hearing workmen building the scaffold during tor incarceration Winters Nt Guilty Princeton Ky Dec HJudge Black rendered a decision of not guilty In the case of William Win ters charged with complicity in the burning of trust tobacco stemmerlcs The courtroom was crowded with farmers who greeted the verdict with cheers Battleship Kansas Rockland Mo Dec HThe battle hip Kansas from the yards of the New York Shipbuilding company at Camden N J more than fulfilled her ontraot speed requirements in her offl itch screw standardization trial Her ilghest speed was 183 knots an hour Father DrownChattanooga Tenn Dec HStrap ping his 4yearold boy upon hie back Charles Headrlck sought to swim out of a roaring flood at McCays Tenn but became exhausted and both were rownea PORTO RICO President Roosevelt Sends Spools Message to Congress Washington Dec 12 Preslden Roosevelts special message giving tho result of his recent observations In Porto Rico was delivered to tho sen ate The president says he was strucl by the advancement made In educa tion the excellent character of tho In Btilar police and Porto RIcan regiment and the Islands natural beauty nm fertility Last year he says was the most prosperous the Island has ever known the total exports and Inipor l4 having been 450000000 Sugar to bacco and coffee are the prlnclpa commodities The president says There Is a matter to which I wish In call your special attention and that I14 the Ilelllmbtlttt conferring full Ampr can rltliermhlp upon the people of Port Itlco I most earnestly hope that thl will bo done I can not see how all harm ran possibly result from It and I seems It to mr a matter of right and jus tice to the people of Porto Rico rhn are loyal they lire glad to be under oui tilLS they are nuking rapid proRrpsi along the path of orderly liberty Surer we should show our appreciation ot them our pride In what they have dOI nnd our plenmure In extending them rec ognition for what has been done by granting hem full American citizenship tnder the wipe administration of the present governor and council market progress has boon made In the dllllctil matter of granting to the people of the Island the largest measure of selfgov ernment that ran with safety be giver at the present time It would have beer n very serious mistake to have gone any faster than we have already gone In thlf direction The Porto Ulcans have com plete and absolute autonomy In all theli municipal governments the only powei over them possessed by the Insular government being that of removing corrupl or Incompetent municipal officials Till power has never been xerol ed nave or the clearest proof of corruption or of In competence such an to Jeopardize UK Interest of the people of the Island are under such circumstances It has her fearlessly used to the Immense benefit of the people It laI not a power with whir It would be safe for the sake of f t Island Itself to dispense at present T lower house Is absolutely elective whii the upper house Is appointive ThisI scheme In working well no Injustice ot any kind results from It and great hen out to the Island and It should certain not be changed at this time The machinery of the elections U administered entirety by the Porto Rican people themselves the governor and council keeping only such supervision as is necessary 1 order to Insure an orderly election Ai y protest as to electoral frauds Is settle I IQ tho court Hero again It would nit be safe to make any change In the pre set system Cabinet Nominations Confirmed Washington Die 13 FollowingI animated discussion the senate con firmed the nominations of William H Moody of Massachusetts to be ai associate Justice of the supreme court of the United States Charles J Bona parte of Maryland to be attorney gen eral Victor H Metcalf California to be secretary of the navy and Oscar S Straus of New York to be secretary of commerce and labor The opposi tion to Messrs Moody and Bonaparte which had been raised In tho senate by a number of Democratic senators was not strongly pressed at the session On the viva voce vote for Bonaparte however there wore a number of negative votes on the mi nority side estimated at about 15 Dubois Against Smoot Washington Dec HThe senate listened to the second speech which has been made this session against the continuance of Reed Smoot as sen ator from Utah It was delivered by Senator Dubois of Idaho who after reviewing in detail the workings of the Mormon church and Mr Smoots prominent connection therewith concluded with the charge that President Roosevelt had used the weight of his administration to assist the Republi can Mormon vote in the last election A bill was passed providing regula dons for fishing vessels to prevent collisions at sea Adjournment was taken until Monday Senator Brown Dead Washington Dec 13Arthur Brown of Utah former United States senator who was shot in his apartments Saturday afternoon by Mrs Anna M Bradley of Salt Lake City died at midnight at the Emergency hospital Mrs Bradley will be arraigned In po lice court on the charge of murder Her attorneys will set up the defense that she was justified under tho un written law In shooting Mr Brown Burnham Foung Guilty New Yor Dec 12George Burn ham Jr a v M president and general counsel of the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance company was convicted of larceny of 7560 of the companys funds The prosecution and convic tion of Burnham was an outgrowth of the Investigation of insuranco corn panics in this state by a legislative committee a year ago Russians In Louisiana New Qrleans Dec HThe Loulsl ava agricultural and Immigration com- mIssion announced that the entering wedge in securing desirable white agriculturists from Europe to work Louisiana plantations was made with 35 Russians Ten of these Russians were sent to truck farms the others to railroad construction camps Brown May Pull Through Washington Dec 12The remark able fortitude and vitality shown by former Senator Brown of Utah who wan shot by Mrs Anna M Bradley last Saturday cause physicians at the hospital to believe his chances for recovery aro good should no complications set in His condition continues to improve Jap Troops In Honolulu Honolulu Dec 13It is stated here and has been reported to the United States government at Washington that two regiments of Japanese com pletely officered are in Honolulu dls pitted as laborers Whether they are kraed Is sot known Digestiol M Stomach trouble Is but a symptom of and not In Itself a truo disease Wo think of Dyspepsia Heartburn end Indirection as real diseases Tot they are symptoms only of a certain specif Nerve sicknessnothing else It was this fact that first correctly led Dr Shoo in tho creation of that now very popular Stomach Remedy Dr Shoops Rttaratlro Going direr to the stomach nerves alone rought that succes and favor to Dr Shoop and his IlestoratI vo With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting acconi plUhments were ever to be had For stomach distress bloating biliousness baeS breath and sallow complexion try Dr Shoop Reiterative Thblota or Liquid nnd see for yourself what It can and will do We sell and cheat fully recommend Dr Shoops RestorativeSEVERS i- fII TCLEWISSON I Dealers Iin Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments fe rI iULMM HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county cun be found a jewelry cstnblish I i inont inoije uptodate Fine Jewelry- Silverware Hollowware Flatware Gold spectacles and all other grades of spectacles line Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap delving Machine Needles to litall machines Musical instruments and findingsBest and line t repairing S of all timepieces J I hi rlr lt9r LOUISVILLE EVJNSVIU EE PACKET COt IINCOKPO BATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers TarasconTell Leave taulsvllle Monday Wedne day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 am Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p n Through freight rates and passenpe tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail D PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville Jli6 Clovorport to Evansville l7fl Cloverport to Owensboro 76 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154156I58 4th it Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Shot L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND NoH8 Daily Fast Train leaves CloverTOr 07 A M tops at Howard on flag only rrlve at Louisville 726 A111 No lU lally Mall and KxpressleavesOlo ver rtil42AIfstops at all way stationsI arrives Louisville 1335 p m Train NolM Dally fast mall leaves Olu verport 448 p moo stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 35 p m Train No 148 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Oloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 147 Daily Cloverpoi accommodation leaves Oloverport 600 a m arrives Evans vllle DOO a m expressleavesHawesvllle relsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train NoU3 Midi and Pxpresa dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p moo Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No145 dally St Louis lost tralnleaves Clo verport 1111 PM arrives EvaMTlllo 135 A M St Louis f40 A bt stops at naw08vllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Through sleepln cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville aiidSU Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except IHunday loaves Fordsvllle 430 aL rives irvlngton 84C a m Train No4 Dallv except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvington 620 pw Train No 8 Sunday only Fordsvlllo630 a m Irvington B03 a m WEST BOUND Train No So Dally except Sunday leave Irvlngton 850 a m arrives Fordsvllle JCII pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvlngton 650 mt arrives Fordsvllle 025 Dm UodollorlndlsMtioIt palpitatioo oftbeheart Die wUtOU eat iI IPushing Work Rapidly I IThe work on the new hotel which is in course of erection at Tar Springs is being pushed rapidly The foundation I was laid last week and a large force of workmen are busily engaged on the buildingMr J Halliday the proprietor hopes to have the hostetry furnished in a short while When completed It will be one of the nicest hotels for the ac commodation of health seekers to be found anywhere m y J he Sun cathar tic move results con Early by all c I114N8eswerroresrsmtloresoB Q 2W U BOWIIKR President F L LIOIITFOQT VlccPrusldcnt I IBRECKI The Old Organized 1872 Insured in every way and latest Interest paid on Business great and NtiiNN tN t THE II Fifth Avenue HOTELjj Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr onlIIa J ffl from ft j parts flj I I IIThe o0NN000Y0000000000No000 n Bank and of CAPITAL I 0BF BEARD PRESIDENT O IAUI COJIPTON tMorris Bsluiilgc G W Heard Lafe Dr A N Kiticheloe Does a General Banking Business CATALOGUEProgress 0 trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary OOO Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured n 0 rT ar A I Frtxnk REAL May We have recently opened a Real and kindly invite our Breckenridge County us should they wish to buy or sell any kind a wide acquaintance and the knowledge that we can be of great assistance toall attention to Daviess County Lands or Yours truly MAY fL Office First 324 12 St Ann St Both t W J PIGGOTT President In H Accounts of Corporations Interest Paid on Beautiful 8 1 ab Return this with 50 one cent with the names and addresses of twenty have a lovely natural color as long as you being revealed for the first time to the bleaches face powders or other and discolorations disappear forever and girls who wish to be beautiful will be beauty and they will learn how the most and controlled by Master Gypsy and the scene played the game of lifeand with their bright eyes and unrivalled L J MOCKLEY 1133 THE FINEST Brer Issued by a commercial school will ba sent upon request to teachers and others who are Interested in a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 pages six by nine Inches It Is printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with em bossed cover and beautifully illustrated with photos of the building faculty Interior views specimens of Penmanship Shorthand etc It also contains halltone Illustrations of the leading buildings of Loulsrille and many charming scenes from the worldfamed parks that surround our beautiful city It tells why it Is better for YOU to attend school In LouisTille than elsewhere This book wilt enable you to decide between good and worthless commercial school Send for a free copy today BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Lor13yIUe Ky THOS WDRYDEN President OKO W SCHWARTZ Sec and Treu 411 I At t i JjI it j tt- j 1i a LtMy f i 1P w r y A y r J j I f lf II d J I II THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 19 1906 n 3 tI- i f t i F a ai i ah r- ss jX- f J a ta I r c egyYY t I t th i iJ J re r t 1 u n Chistrnas JoyGlad Tidings and Good Cheer For Everybody Story Books Come in and get these books for the youngsters and let them level in the delights of fairyland Noth ing affords more instruction and amusement to the little folks than story books and weve got all kinds of them I Come Cloverport for Your Christmas Buying I Forthe Children Dolls of all kinds BanksSteam Engines ShooflyStick s p Irish Mail Auto Wagons WagonsSleds SledsGoGarts GoGartsHobby GunsToy Steel Beds DrumsFreight Trains StovesWatches i Pianos Story Books Childs Tea Sets riagic Fish Air Guns riechanical Toys Horns Trombones ViolinsrBanjos Harps Climbing Negro- Automobiles Auto Hill Climber Train on track a For A the Men I Cuspidors Neckwear J i 4ShavingI Smoker SetsI Stag Ornaments J C Nolte Bros Store is chuck full of the best of everything for Santa Claus the big folks and the little folks with plenty for all to A thousand and one presents in every depart= ment for all the loved ones = the old folks at home the sister the brother the sweetheart and the friend can all be made happy with presents from our store A veritable fairyland for the old as well as the young is to be seen here Every article a suitable present I Toys Buying presents for the little folks is sometimes a task as irksome as se lecting gifts for the older ones We know all about this and have provided so many things to do light and instruct the little folks that it will be a pleas ure for you and a feast for them to look through our treats from toy dom Jewelry Wo certainly are fixedon jewelry and any one who is thinking of mak ing a present in this line should see what we have For the Sweet Tooth Fine Candies Oranges Bananas Dates Figs flalaga Grapes Christmas Cakes fact everything could desire this line Dolls Dolls Weve got more dolls than you over saw heapeddollydress dolls are beauties MANAKIN DOLLS and CHINA DOLLS ate just what will please you andour stock is inexhaustible Presents For Grown People This is the sea- ns when the joy of looking forward to Christmas is often nt ten d e d with dread of the shopping attached We have such a large and varied line appropriate presents for every body that shopping I will be your chief pleasure Everywhere you look there will be presents for every body little big oldnnd young Nothing lacking in our stock you cant miss what you want in one in I J For the Ladies ChinawareBisque Souvenir Chinaware VasesWater Sets- Japanese Lanterns BricaBrac FursRugs all kinds Shopping Bags LampsWork Boxes For Everybody JewelryAlbums Chamber Sets HandkerchiefsIce Chairs ClocksPictures PicturesBibles BiblesTestaments TestamentsMedallions Medallionsriirrors r Picture Frames Portrait Frames Post Card Albums Scrap Books Comb and Brush Sets Cuff and Collar Boxes CalendarsNut Set Candle Sticks ThermometersMagic Come Eir1y and Avoid the Rush J C NOLTE l BRO a Cloverport Kentucky i S I l i o I I IIi1- w ot i u y = Mr r y j+ nngr V T ud+ +a+ kl d6i t av +wee +p rKan 1lfII ilJfY IIUIIco4r 4 THEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 19 1906 I iff It 1 1 r v i Ji i MfcCKENRlDGE NEWSJ- NO D QABBAQE SONS PublUhlne Co sand Every Wednesday Subscription Price 1100 a year of 125 If paid at the end of year CAlms OV THANKS over five lines charge nr et the rite of 10 cents per line J ITUA nutS charged for at the ate of- eats per line Money In adviinoo = = c =ZExamln the label on your paper Kit IIii act correct lease notify us = == == 0 When ordering ft dunce 1m the a4dtes abJcrlbars should give theIr old as ells the new addrer EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1006 Wants a Real Gun Dear Old Santa Claus I will write to night and tell you vha would like for Xmas Now first I would like an air gun watch and chain hunting horn and a real gun that will shoot birds and rabbits three package of shooting crackers and last of all ia story book some candy oranges and Bunas please Now Dear old Santa re member me your little boy Kdssell B Dowell Sample Ky Just a Dolly Dear Good Santa I an a little girl 7 years old and go tc school overy day I like my teacher Her name is Miss Mary Cashman She Xmas tree here and iI is going to give a will tell you what I want you to put ou the tree for me If you will just put the big red dots in mammas store for me 1 I will not want any thing more Now please bring me the pretty red dolly Rn1- I will be so glad Your little girl Leo Sweet C ashman Raymond Ky Pug Dog Hear Santa I am a little girl four years old and live three miles from Lodtlmrg I want you to Dome to ire me without fail 1I want a ring Pug dos Lantern whittle little wtof tUbes Oranges puts and candy 1 will hs a good girl ao dont i fget to come Very Lovingly Little Leoota Grant- Jod1bnrg Ky TriCycle Dear Old Santa Claus This is my first Iletter to you Saute and I want yuu to bring me a Trysickle toy horse A B C blocks Horn that I can blow some nice candy oranges and nuts I have a little sister pleuse dont forget her bring her a doll and some candy I will go to bed earlyand shut mr eyes tight From your little Boy James Walter Warren Chenault Ky She Remembers All Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl 11I l years old and when you comeXmns I would like for you to hring me a pair of vises ove shoes nice picture albumfigii oranges raisons and all kind of fruits and things and I hue a little brother 4 years old and he would like a railroad engine and cars Httle cap guutnol box fire crackers oranges candy nuts fits and all kinds of nice fruit I have a little sister She would like a little doll baby pin little ring tV ry thing that would pleat a 6 mouths aLl 1lease remember father and mother I live on railroad street we will go to bed early shut our eyes tight and wont peep Nov Dear SaMa dont forget us Your little girl Maggie Kyun1 Kirk Ky From a Little School Girl Dear Sauty 1 Would like for you to bring me n doll and a curt and a set of dishes and some candy and nuts and oranges and baunas Dont forget my little sister Mary I am a little school girl Evelyn Adams Cloverport Ky neessaes For that Dandruff There is one thing that will cure ItAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthyscalp means a greatdeal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno pimplesno eruptions- The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yea- rsAl4dO br J O Arer Co Lowell Mu Alto manufacturer of- SARSAPARILLA fC PILLS eI O DERRY PECTORAL BOWNEJARBOE Popular Young Couple Married Last Saturday The home of Mr and Mrs John C Jarboo was the scene of a pretty wed ding on last Saturday afternoon at i5 oclock when their eldest daughter Mis Elizabeth Wilson Jarboe was led to the marriage altar by Mr Edward Bowne In an impressive and beautifully wordei ceremony Rev J T Lewis said the few words that made them one Many friends were present to witness the marriage and following the cere mony refreshments were served The couple left on the evening trail for a bridal tour and returning will mak their home in this city The young couple are prominent peo pie of Cloverport and have long beer leaders in society circles Mr Bowni is a well known young business man GARRETT Joseph Hilf has moved into a house on R P Hagans farm Dr J P Shackletts baby has beer very sick Dr and Mrs S H Stith of Ekron are receiving congratulations of the ar rival of a fine boy Mr and Mrs Chas Price of Branden burg spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett Thos H Hamilton of Brandenburg was out Thursday looking after the in terest of his farm Mrs W H Dhonau spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Francis Ritchie Mr and Mrs Boss McGhee of Bran denburg and Mrs Ben Shacklett spent Sunday at Dr J P Shacklett- A number of hogs were butchered in this neighborhood last week We extend congratulations in advance to Adie Kendall and his bridetobe Miss Nellie Board The marriage of Miss Emma Allen tc Carlt Reese of Ekron will take place nt Buck Grove church Wednesday Dec 119 at 5 P Jot STEP liENS PORT Rev Lewis filled his Hppoiutinent here Sunday Mrs bam Reynolds of New Albany was called here to attend the funeral of her father Hurry Ley II W Burns of Linden Kans is visiting relatives her Mrs Ollie Lay has rented her home to Lufe Williams and will go to Gs City to spend the wnter with her son J 11 Lay Mrs Eliza Rollins is visiting relatives ut Chenault Mrs Floyd Miller of Henderscn and Mrs Ed Vessels cf Evansville passed through here Sunday enroute to Chen ault having been called there to the bedside of their mother Mrs Abe Allen Mrs R A Sbellman is on the sick listMrs G W Pyoe and Miss Lena Paine were in Louisville Fiiduy and Saturday Miss Pauline Moorman and Mrs M L Roberts have returned tram Louis rule Mrs Dick Wugnust is sick at this writingAir Mrs Frank 1urry and son of L uisville attendedl the funeral of Harry Ly Horn to thrsvife of lilijalt Brown a tine toy Friday Dc 11 Prof Peak f Kiugswbud college will deliver a lecture lucre at the M Kl church 1riday night Dec 21 TARFORK Rev Geo Jones exptcts to be at Cave Spring church Saturday before the fourth Sunday in December accompanied by a singing master and all singers are requested to be there L C Taul of McQuady was in this community Tuesday Uncle Jack Ewlitt of near Jolly Sta tion made a business trip Wednesday to Arch Tauls X Mrs Monroe Marlow is making a visit of two weeks at Patesville with Mr sad Mrs Porter Marlow O W Rice is indisposed and has been unable to be out tor some time Mrs Lizzie Rice is confined to her jed with infirmities due to senility Born to the wife of Albert Baum Dec 3 a girl Born to the wife of Owen Elmore Dec J a boy Rev Father Henry of Long Lick vas the gnest of Mr and Mrs Frank Ruppert part of last week Ed Hook spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in and near Hardinsburg le contemplated going on to Freedom church vicinity but the water prevented rim Mr and Mrs Roadie Miller of Mag ire Ohio county visited her brother Arch Taul Mrs Nowby her aunt and then relatives last week Now is the time for Santa Claus To Select His Christmas Things Wo have what ho wants in Candies Fruits Nuts Etc Wo have CocoanutsOrnnges Itab ins Bananas and every tiling else you could want FRUIT CAKES Wo know our fruit cakes are the best to ho had TOYS Our line of toys conidriscs everything a childs heart could wish for Wrc arc specially prepared to handle all orders for fruit basketsCranberries Fresh Oysters andcelery L M Sippel Cloverport Ky No Waiting Here Just tell us how much Lumber you need Wo have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut isII ready for you Thats the thing you were unable to get so quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may JJneed repairs 11REMEBER US I t Seaton Weatherholt t 11Cloverport Ky ff- L fr J GET READY Already wo are laying aside some very attractive places for Christmas presents A word to the wise Is suf ficient cumo In select something nice and let us hold It fur you for ChrIst mas delivery W J Schopp Stephensport Raw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market puke for ell kinds of Furs Every Trapper ulld Fur dealer should write us at once for Price List aid our New Plan II Address B F Wilson Fur Co- Tviscolo Ills r 0 J IIDol1s Ia lx DollsII to Gets a Pen Mr John D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dsr Sir We take your paper and enjoy readin the news from our old Kentucky Home I notice that you give a fountain pet with ever renewal This is something II have been wanting fora long time and papa promised be would give me the money to order it for Christmas I therefore enclose a money order for om dollar and fifty cents for which pleas renew the paper to C C Lewis and tend the pen to me I hope that Jt will be a good one and reach me before ChristmasWith regards 1 am Yours very truly- Palmer Lewis Temple Texas Folks Cannery Destroyed by Fire The vegetable canning factory of the Jj T Polk company burned at Green wood Ind last Wednesday The loss is estimated at 220000 The fire started in one of the packing rooms and at explosion of gasoline spread the flame to other buildings The entire plant was lestroyed The factory was the largest of its kind in the world The loss was completely covered by insurance and the plant will be immediately rebuilt at GreenwoodThe operates a branch tannery in this city Miss Lydia Frank will spend Christmas at her home in Toblnsport Ind THE CHRISTMAS Season is Right Here on Usu- u c IS IN THE AIR AND IN THE HEARTS OF EVERY TRUE AMERI CHRISTMASOTHER 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 IN 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 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- BRACELETSHAIRRIBBONSGLOVES GARTERS FINE PERFUMES GLOVE CASES JEWEL BOXES AND PUFF BOXES i I a to b a Tea of NU V The will be in our line of The also tells We this line out new and the to go we cut the to 3 sold at f5 and f6 Gm Footwear lot of fine of Kid Dull Calf this out at is an at Just a few left and wo are this to out Schopps Stephcit5port For Boys GLOVES CUFF BUTTONS HOS IERY For the Boys Girls and Little Tots TOYS DOLLS GAMES TOOL CHESTS TRAINS ENGINES DRUMS ANIMALS STORY PICTURE BOOKS RANGES STOVES TOYS JOINTED DOLLS CRAIRS WAGONS KINDS FRUITS CANDIES 1 wc MOORMAN Gle Icy anel L J Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- as stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and Half MBai bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every hoWe Cent package Block loot Uver ms S SI IT PAYS TO DEAL WlIEREI I SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED I IIITS THEM QUALITY THAT SATISFIES r Highest found Cloaks ptice must close between holidays order make them have price and15 Cloaks fRIn formerly 350 For 320 Special Winter Shoes Glaze Button Weare closing stock 320 This extra bargain Ladies 550 Skirts 400 reduction close them quality usually buying TIES AND AND AND IRON TEA SETS OF AND you Groves quality Womens making Very Latest Styles IWaistings to 12 PlaidIyard Patterns BLANKETS6ScSII Blankets exIGood from 65 cents pairit1cant prices describe everything our want to look price yourself are preparing II Santa so bring children see nice Candies Christmas happiest ofmany other things store make tfm Christmssesfljl I JOHN T HOBEN Hardinsburg Imii ilmRmlliWJijjliMiIfI HURRYI HURRY To McGlothlan Piggotts Store Irvington Kentucky If you v ant Goods cheap Everything they have is for sale cheap Come one r OUR PRICEScompetitionproof When they look aroiyid compare and prices they end t at W J e+ ltlsllnrlMul4 HANDKERCHIEFS SUSPENDERS SLEDSALL I and newest things in at lOc White and gray tra heavy soft fleece values 400 a We name and in store you come and and for We for Old along the to and ii to this the all m comeall Are and by per new We rJ J7t ItSANTA CLAUSS- anta Claus will make his headquar holidaysWeline W J Schopp Stephensport Jp tiMrr- iiI I HANDSOME Christmas Present I Worth 400 Our price 3 50 m A 3lpleco Cottage Dinner Set made iof the Highest Grade Porcelain hand 1 decorated in heavy gold t cola border gilt traced and told r6 11 lined Fronds gold center stamp Sot m j consists ofmSIX CUPS fm SIX SAUCERS h SIX PLATES t SIX FRUITS jl- I SIX BUTTERS ii ONE PLATTERZ ONE SUGAR two piecesjljljl- ONEU CREAM ID I gThisI I for 4 Wo will send ono of these sets rund the Ilreckenrldee New one year to ft any address fur ft GIve full ship y ping directions Order at once Only l a few sets to dispose of i Breckenridge News mCloverport Ky fl A Suitable Christmas Gift perCentsue certificates in the name of child relative or friend We mail them to be v received for ChristmasIf have idle funds SEND FOR BOOKLET N BANKING BY MAIL Owensboro Servings Bank 8 Trust Company Owonsboro Kentucky Jail H Parrish Ares LE ROY PLOWS win prizes whenever eihlblted Wo can give Inthoeasier holds easier and does better wark In all conditions of soil than any other Plow RoyNConrad Payne Co Cloverport I Mr and Mrs Jas R Skillman of Owensboro are here visiting relatives t je N 1s 1 1t t J j A I j J 1 yi i t I J t dp 1t bl- 1 P 2 1t trfa 10 W I IgA r sc t alalt altar arEQ EQfo m than anSC SCC 4- ir3Ii I THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 19 1906 5 tl f 14r z AgedAgeg b bowels weak Iddacys aa4 blade a er ad TORPID LI- VERTotfs Pills have a specific effect on these organs stlmul4tlng th e bowels causing them to perform their natural functions as In youth an- dIMPARTING VIGOR to the kidneys bladder and LIVER They are adapted ta old aa401U1Z J I LOCAL PERSONAL AND I Mrs Bishop went to Irvlngton Satur dayIra Behen went to Louisville Satur dayMrs Lizzie Wathen is visiting in Irv ingtonJerry Hams of Dukes was here Fri day Crepe paper 5 cents per roll News officeRobert Pierce went to West Point MondayMrs Lewis who has been ill is improving Miss Rosa Agnew spent Sunday iin HawesvilleMiss Mable Harris is at home from Oxford Dr R H Taylor of Owensboro wa here last week Wallace Pierce will soeud Christmas with his parents Mr and Mrs J N Cordrey were iin Louisville Thursday Mrs Ella Beacham of Sample left L here Friday for Holt 5Miss Francis Smith has returned home from Eminence x Mr and Mrs James Penner spont t Thursday in Henderson Mr and Mrs Thomas Bohltr will visit in St Louis Christmas Mrs James Stites of Louisville was tic guest of friends last week Mist Mary Frank of Tobinsport Ind v shore Saturday shopping Mr and MrsIke Myers of Louisville are the guests of relxtive S Mrs Burton of California is th guest of Mrs L G Gregory ofTobinsporti Miss Rutta McKinley of Tell City Ind istheguest of Mrs Emma Hardlrif Miss Ray Lewis Heyser will be nos tess to the Girls Club this afternoon Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Chrittnir and New Year holiday rates One and one third fair round trip between local points Dec 222I21- 23293031and Jan 1 good to re turn Jan 2 PROFIT The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the ffarmer Wrong feeding is lloss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get f getflie most pork his hens to h Jget the most eggs Science cJ JButjj how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undevelopeda Fvf theyft1 blood5kfgodiif there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle Hjt the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard IP delicateffghildrenI Send for free sample De sure that thih picture It the form of a label la nil the wrapper of every bottle ot you buy Scott Bpvne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c dllli aUI druhti Call at Prestons for the best fi mr O T Skillman was in Louisville last weekDr Adkisson was here from Webster Thursday Call fcr the Lewisport flour on sale at OConnells Preston sells Lewisport flour the best on the market Mr Graham Jolly and family have moved here from Sample to live Mr and Mrs Fort and son Clifton will spend Christmas in Louisville Colin Miller and D Stuart Miller will spend Christmas in Owensboro Lawrence A Murray was the guest of friends at Tobinsport Sunday Mr and llrs C Stcrretlof Hawos ville attended the JarboeBowno wedd ing Miss Luln Severs will spend Christmas in Morganfleld the guest of Miss Lillie WallerMr and Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia will spend Christ mas here Mrs Wick Moorman entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday after noonMrs Abe Skillman will entertain the Ladies Reading Club tomorrow after noonEverv womau in Tobinsport fend ground oyster shellsIt makes inns py Conrad S PaIne Co There is no better flour on the market It is made at Lewisport Williams sells it- Wilbur Hamman who is a student thesholidays Gabe Shrewsberry of McQuady has moved to the farm of J B Bates at MattinglyMrs Warfield went to Louisville Sunday to spend the holidays with relativesJames Philips of Winchester Ky was the guest of Miss Ruth Haynos Wednesday Russell Harris spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville with his brother Itdwnrd Harris Mr and Mrs Chat May and daugh ters Misses Eva and Rust went to Louisville Thursday Mrs Albert Griffin of Hawesville is expected Christmas to be the guest of Mrs F T Sawyer Miss Ohio Mae Adkins of Stanley is oeMiss Josephine Berry Capt and Mrs J H Rowland will spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs Hosford of Hopkinsville- Mrs Ed Salm arrived here from Hawesville Saturday to attend the JarboeBowne wedding Richard Newman his returned home from 111 to spend the winter with his mother Mrs Mary Newman Mrs J L Moorman will spend Christmas in Louisville with her daughter Mrs Joe Harpole Raymond Pate will visit in Louisville during the holidays He will be the guest of Miss Mary Christian Mrs S E Wedding and daughter Mrs Ethel Bubonzer of Rome Ind were here shopping last wok Morris Hansbraugh Jr will visit his parents Mr and Mrs M Hansbraugh of Hodgensburgduring the holidays Mrs Smith of Louisville and Mr Lish Adcox of Louisville will spend Christmas with Mr J C Adcox SIrs Robert Polk and daughter Lillian will visit Mr and Mrs Benton Ubanks at Frankfort Christmas Thursdays Times contained an in teresting special from Hardinsburg about the county seat being on a boom Miss Carrie Pate who is visiting relatives in the West will spend a few days in Oklahoma before returning homeIf want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnellMr Mrs Thurman Smithof Tell City Ind are visiting MrJ C Adcox Mr Smith who has been in ill health is improvingMr Sippel has had a fruitful harvest from his celery bed this winter and has grown as good celery as there is on the marketIMrs Chas Hammon and little daughter Mrs Gibson and Mrs James Fitch were the guests of Mr Will Gibson at Holt Friday Born Dec 9 to the wife of Owen El more a 10 pound sc n The young fellows arrival was a happy event Owen steps higher and faster thon he ever did in his life The little daughter who arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson Friday night has been named Carrie May for her aunts Misses Carrie Tucker and Esther Jackson J W Ford of Winchester Ky and Manager Ohio Valley Tie Comyany with headquarters at Jackson came down last week on a business trip to Evans ville and a visit to his old home at Fordsville Mr Ford is a fine timber man and has been quite successful in that section both for himself and his companyRobertson Bros are handling tobacco for the farmers pool at Glendeane They have between three and four hundred thousand pounds pledged Moorman Howard have bought about 400000 pounds of tobacco at Glendeane They are busy this week receiving They report a good deal of damaged tobaccoAt monthly business meeting of the Epworth League last Tuesday night the following officers were elected for the ensuing year President David Phelps First Vice President Lnawrece Murray Second Vice President Ira Bohen Third Vice President Miss Lula Severs Fourth Vice President J PKingj Secretary Miss Edith Burn Treasurer James S Younger Pianoist Miss Margaret Burn Epworth Era agent Mrs J P King This League has devotional services every Sunday evening from 630 to 715 oclock Every body is cordially invited to attend and the members especially are requested to be present at all the meetings of the League- A Mission study will be organized at an early date by the Fourth Vice Presi dent James P King The Kentucky Postmasters Associa tion consisting of the first second and third class postmasters of the state was organized in Louisville last Wednesday Postmaster R E Woods was chosen first to presidency and was elected for yearAfter the Postmasters Convention in St Louis Mr Woods took upon his shoulders to form an or ganization in his own State and sent out invitations to the Kentucky post masters to come to Louisville to attend the convention Fortynine post masters accepted and the life of the Kentucky Postmasters Association is most promising Every stop Mr Woods takes is watched by his home townClover portwith as great interest as a mother watches the first steps of hQr child and from boyhood to postmastership Louisville R E Woods has kept in the straight lino to success and triumph Capt and Mrs J H Rowland of this city attended the convention They with the other visiting postmasters ware delightfully entertained to a six oclock luucheon at The Seelbach by Mr Woods After which they wire his guests at Hopkins Theater No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Xo idle promises of rewards for cases it will not cure Being entirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snufTs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great positive virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely cures nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputa tion of many of years success All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Wants a Jumping Rop r Dear Old Santa Claus- I want a letter printer and a wooden horse and a jumping rope and a rubber ball and a little french harp anda drum FromPercie Frank McQuady Ky IRVINGTON Signet Rings hat pins lacb pins waist sots and fob charms of the latest patterns Engraving free Shellman CoE H Shellman Co has over 7000 surplus How many banks with 15000 capitol can beat this on three years business making over 22000 That makes this bank one of the safest in the state Solid silver ware in spoons novelties ect Shellman Co Rings from 1 up We sell solid rings only at Shellman CA Ladies and Gents watches the very best at the right prices Shellman Co See the nice line of jewelry at Shell man Cos And you will be pleased What they sell is good Wants an Engine Dear Santa- I will wite you and tel you what I would like for you to bring me a xmas I would like a ingin and a pitol and some caps and some fire crackers candy and nute and please Santy dont forget my little cosun Minola Tillman I will be a Good boy I go to school Louis Adams Cloverport Ky X GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILLS Itching Blind Ble dlnjc Protruding Piles Druggists are uuthorlzel1 to refund money It PAfcu OINTMENT tails to cure In a to 14 I Days bOc Wants a Ring Dear Santa Clans- I I wright to tell you what I want I 1 want a doland a doll buggie and n ring I want some benauas and some orenges and raisens and figs and nuts and candy a little girl three years old Jessie Lee Burdou McQuady Ky i Catarrh of the nose and throat should lead you to at least ask us for a free trial box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit asa real actual testand Dr Sboop to prove this earnestly desires that we let you make that test This creamy Snow White healing halm soothes the throat and nostrils and quickly purifies a foul or feverish breath Tall and investigate Severs Drug Co Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanse soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cans catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly reaiu Ilnltn IIt placed Into the nostrilslpreadt over the membrane and Ile absorbed Relief li Immediate and fc euro follows It IB not drying doel not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Druggists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELT BROTHERS M Warren Street New York i Jewelry r JewelryJewelry I SEVERS DRUG CO t IJ ffl mtJ DR TAYLOR Representing M TAYLOR KEENE mI DENTISTS 1 1OF OWENSBOROm r Hiefl y tt month Dr Lightfoots ofllce theWF i ft i rrmon thoDr Inclieloes office X i tea o 9 o ia r j WTtS t I 9j JI + ro7 t atoneV I 1000OpossttwCurterCloverport lOSTniuckslIk umbrollH with oxidized atthoyandTIE MAICEHS WANTED PTl 9rt A w i r i i onNedlIurasKyand give Instructions A R Campf Louis ville Ky sw lIeBrlngSkBtesiewli An Ideal cash register forsaloKor Particulars write to The IIrecken ridge News Cloverport IKy FOR SA LEA beautiful tea set decanted lIuwerlif300FOR SALEFarms Adklssoll lIros Cloverport Ky- NANTEDOentlemnn or lady with good rigforplldweeklystump Jos A Alexander Cloveriwrt Ky 1 tlltJHowllnenrldKO News 1 thebrnnchacreshtor wheat Price 11500 cash For further NewsCloverport MNTEDTo trade fruit trees for lumherTT Cloverport Fun SALEA Singer Machine In good ro for f8 News ofllce CloveriKirt Ky i I FOR SALE I PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlso I OasollneEnglnosAlARTIN StreetLoulsvlllo A Soldier Doll Dear Santr Claus I am a little boy five years old I thought I would write to you that we have moved to Kansas Well Santa Claus please bring me a wagon and a fire engine afso a ball and a train and a little wind mill then you can bring me a soldier doll and also some blocks and a top be sure and bring a knife I will go to bed early and close my eyes tight I Mamma said you couldnt get down the chimney so you will have to come in the dining room door from little- William Lewis Smith Langdon Kans Backache cold hands and 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 poisons from the system and thus afford relief A weeks treat ment for 25 cents Recommended and sold by all druggists r I You1ToI Buy your holiday gifts today COME NOW f Early morning is a goof time u t J C Nolte Si Bro ICloverport Kyff youdogainedfroOl goesfartherdelicious Ind r ICandiesFruitsNuts They are for ChristmasI We have all and any kind you have just Santa Claus w- antsOringes beI Our are the best had and you should all means get your of this fruit from our store Julian H Brown Cloverport KyI tA 11 IWants a Buggy Dare Tan ie Claus I am a ittle girl free years old and live way out in Tansas I fought maybe you would know fare I lived tantl claus me vant a doll dat tan cry and a buggy to vide her in a dreat big von and a boom too den you can bring me a bed and tandy to from your little girl Mildred Cleona Smith to Dere old tanta tause TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for fI Dr E W Hall 2020 street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials Wants a Watch Dear Santie Claus I thought I would write to tell you what I want I want a gene and n watch and sum benanes and orenges and raisens and figs and nuts and candy and wax B F Bates- McQuady Ky sev sold Ie pot i 1 YOU It makes the most baked stuffs that flour can make There are no failures where Cadicks Gold Dust is placed in the howls of a good of that tell YOU more next time our to by IfA Olive Well Wants a Doll Dear Santie Clause- I thought I would Wright and tell you what I wanted you to bring me I want a doll and a doll buggie and a doll chair doll bed and stove and a ring and some benanes and raisens and figs and nuts Dear San tie please bring me this a girl seven years old Mary Ky Route Notes to all points to which rates apply Special one way second class Colo nist rates West and Nov 20 Dec 4 and 18 1906 Jan 1 and 5 Feb 5 and 19 March 5 and 911 07 French Harp Dear Santa Claus- I am a little boy 8 years old and go to school I will tell you what I want for Xmas French harp top one Ib nuts cocoanut banannas oranges dates raisins all kinds of candies and pistols and caps Please bring me all you can of these Your little boy Harlan Cashman Ky To Cure a Cold One nay Tab Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets aMBoBkoK 1taetlfs Ttds signature CERTAINLY CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR cookThink MAKERS Grandview I specialties I what I I Christmas Oranges supply Bates- McQuady Henderson Homeseekers Excursions homeseekers Southwest Raymond t in c8 4wHV Ore Grip 1Two Days or mJ F S tiJo 3 3 1 1 I i L I j r j 1 Y o i t j r- r f + i 6 THEBRECKENRIDQE NEWS COVERPORT KY DECEMBER 191906 e 4 f Jd Jt bp rot i Iff if ji oJf Ii if iII I 1Je + i i 1 1 Ifr t 1 i n r I it Y Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal ant fowl on the farm suk p sultry sheep cattle hogs hors etc depend on their livers to keep them well Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medldne Is pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic DlsItemper Coughs Colds Constipation Fever Loss of AppetiteI Wasting Away and aU the com mon stock diseases- It Is a perfect medicine for general farm ise Try It Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY will practice his profession In aU of sh Courts of rectonrldjte and adjoining coax ties Special attention given to collectln road cases and criminal practice License t practice Office ivezUBankotaUardlnsburg Courts COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky- Open dhy uiii iiielit lISatri itOO per day StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabric Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex port tailoi H employed J II HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind r f A DOLLAR jljl- IN BAN J isi iYoui You are not so liable to spend it needlessly You can make it earn for you I per cent interest if you de posit it here for a given time Are not these excellent reasons wily you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal BANK OF CLOVERPORTCloverport t KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsN8C Y I 100 Surest and Quickest Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACL- FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample tree Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass CONTRADICTS STORER Did Not Authorize Message to Be Delivered to the Pope ROOSEVELTS SIDE OF CASE Certain Facts Said to Have Been Mis stated or Suppressed In the Former Ambassadors Pamphlet Corre spondence Between the President and the Storers Made Public Washington Dec 10In a long lot ter to Secretary of State Root PresiI dent Roosevelt gives correspondence that passed between the president and former Ambassador Bellamy Storer at Vienna and Mrs Storer The president says Storers refusal to answer his letters and publication of various private letters Justified the ambassadors removal that Mr Stor ers publication of private rorrespond once was peculiarly ungentlemanly nd that he the president had stated with absolute clearness his position the reason why It was out of the ques tion for him as president to try to get any archbishop made cardinal though expressing his admiration for Arch bishop Ireland as well as leaders of other denominations He says he thinks It well that the members of the cabinet should know certain facts which he Storer either suppresses or misstates He says he did not re sent the action of the Storers until It became evident they were likely to damage American interests The president says Mrs Storer urged him to give her husband a cab inet place and that she stated Mr Choate at London and General Porter at Paris were not proper persons to be ambassadors suggesting her hus band In that connection The presi dent Incorporates a letter from Post master General Cortelyou contradict ing the statement that President Me Klnloy had commissioned a gentleman to ask the pope as a personal favor to him and as an honor to the country to appoint Archbishop Ireland as cardinal Mr Cortelyou says the lato president never made any such re quest The president declares that Mr Storers statement that he author- Ized any such message to be delivered to Pope Plus Is untrue He says that AmIhRsdorf his visit to the Vatican and of the message he personally gave the pope on behalf of Mr Roosevelt The presidents action follows the publication of the confldental pamphlet which Mr Stonr last week sent to the president the cabinet and the senate foreign relations com mittee The letters show the famil iar relations of the president and ralllar relations of the president and the Storers from the time Roosevelt was governor of New York CHALLENGES STATEMENTS Bellamy Storer Issues a Reply to President Roosevelt Cincinnati Dec nIn reply to the letter of President Roosevelt Bellamy Storer former ambassador at Vienna gave out a statement In which he says his pamphlet to the president and th cr ivn writ for the whoIMr Storer says that in itself It is an answer to many things the president bas seen fit to say but as new mat ter has been put forward by Mr Roosevelt he feels compelled to speak Mr Storer continues There was no need of violent and insulting adjectives to show that the president dislikes me and did not wish me to remain In the service or to re tire from it In any customary way While the past has shown that few men can differ from each other the wishes or the memory of Mr Roosevelt without at once becoming a scloundrel or a liar I must make gIvenloutThat anything was over written to the president by my wife to the effect that Mr Choate and General Porter were not proper persons to be ambas sadors la flows to both of us For both these distinguished men we have and have had nothing but respect and good will personally and officially And the only fcr ing possible is one of regret that both of them have been lost to the public service since Mr Roosevelt was reelected As to Mr Root the press in 1901 was full of statements that ho might not bo able to remain In the cabinet on account ef health and would be succeeded by General Porter which would leave Paris vacant The president says The assertion that I authorized him to make such a statement as he says ho was author ized to make to the pope Is untrue I gave him no such authorization Ho omits to note that he himself told Archbishop Ireland that he had done ro and the letter of the latter to me which I had quoted I have ready to tibmlt with other letters of what the president told Archbishop Ireland relative to his message through me to the pope Long Tennessee Fight For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness inside my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to re turn Best spice In existence 250 tat Severs Drug Co QUESTIONS OF FEES In Cases of Delinquent Taxpayers Passed Upon by the Attorney General Frankfort Ky Dec 13In an opin ion rendered this afternoon in response to an inquiry from Auditor Hager Attorney General Hays gives this con struction of that section of the new revenue law which provides for the payment of fees in the case of delinquent taxpayers for the County Clerk for issuing the warrants and for the Sheriff in making the collections The Attorney General holds that under the law which was passed by the last Legislature thefee of the Clerk for issuing the warrant is 6 per cent for re cording one cent for every ten words and 25 cents for releasing the mortgage orredemptionHe 10 cents for indexing each name in the warrant The Sheriff is entitled the Attorney General says to 6 per cent on the first 5600 and 3 per cent on the remainder collected For chapped and cracked hands noth iug is quite as good as an application of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Put it on before going to bed use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring Sold by all drug gists REAL ESTATE DEALS Wm H Lynch to Gid P Burdett 302 acres of land known as a part of the Hopkins Masons place in Breckenridge County on the waters of Tar Creek about 7 miles S Wof Cloverport Consideration 2200 Also Wm H Lynch to Chester B Beavin 100 acres of the same place and lying contiguous to that sold to Gid P Burdett Consideration 600 New Cure For Epilepsy J B 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 ink Robbers Confession Crrat Bond Kart Dec 12Joseph IIt K earns the former dry goods clerk tad newspaper man who was captured fit re last Saturday after robbing a treat Bond bank In broad daylight nas confessed to having robbed the Midland National bank at Newton Kan on the afternoon or Nov 13 when he locked the clr rks and cus tomers six In all In the bank vault and escaped with 1800 OASTiRLAB- ear th The Kind You Han Always Bough Signature IJPAt G PATESVILLED- ave Clark la repairing his barn in generalf Harmon wne in Clo orport Thursday on business Mrs Kenn Morris Ras had another at tack of appendicitis J T Parson has put up a grocery store at this place Little Helen Lynch is visiting her sister Mrs John Arbra of Tell City Messrs Marvin and Tarvin Baker were in Cloverport Thursday Prayer meeting at Baptist church this place every Sunday eveningat 630 Misses Annie and Sallie Baker were in Cloverport Wednesday shopping Sunday school every Sunday A M at M E church and at Baptist church in afternoonDr Milner who was quite ill for some time is out again Mr Homer Tindle of Dukes was in town one day last week on business Wedding bells are ringing at this place and will notecase until Xmas Eve Dec 24th Miss Maude Morris of Pellville has moved to this place with her brother and wife Mr and Mrs L E Morris Little Lizzie Pulliam daughter of Jesse Pulliam of near this place has been quite ill for several days Mr and Mrs John Arbra of Tell City spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs James LynchOdis Kinder of Tobinsport spent several days with Matt Jarboe and other relatives last week at this place Messrs Bob and James Lamb took a load of apples to Owensboro Friday returning the day following Messrs Matt Jarboe and Dr Milner VJMfFridaya Richard Hardin of Weber through here cnroute to Ot Thursday on business fI orH- AS r STOOD THBlBSrT The old Qrlqlnal 0ROVES 4K3t leM Ohtl Tonic You know what yo are taking Itla Iron and quinine In a1 tasteless form no ire Bopy We 1 BACK TO THE OLD METHOD Roosevelt Says if Congress Objects to Simplified Spelling lie Will Withdraw Ills Instructions t Washington DJC 13 President Roosevelt will withdraw his simplified spelling order to the Public Printer and hereafter all documentsof the executive departments will again be printed in the oldfashioned style Representative Landis of the Joint Committee on Spelling had a conference today with the President when the President said that he did not wish to have spelling overshadow matters of great importance and expressed willingness to revoke his order for the new spelling in case the House of Repre sentatives should go on record as op posed to the system- Accordingly late this afternoon Mr Landis introduced the following resolu tions to the House Resolved That it is the sense of the House of Representatives that hereafter in presenting reports documents of other publications authorized by law ordered by Congress of either branch thereof emanating from the executive departments their bureaus and branches and independent officer of the Govern ment the printing office should observe and adhere to the standard of ortho graphy prescribed in generally accepted dictionaries of the English language The measure was passed without a dissenting vote altho Mr Gillet of Massachusetts who made a fight fo simplified spelling before the Hous Committee on Approbriations and has been regarded as the champion of the Presidents attitude explained that he did not wish to give the impression that he had changed his mind Mr Gillet said he saw that the House was overwhelmingly against the innovation and consequently he bowed to its will The system of reform spelling was put into effect by the President during the recess of Congress and all public documents supplied to the executive departments have been printed in the simplified way As a result the Govern ment printing office WAS using two forms of spellingin public printing the staid old method for Congress and the reform method in the executive docu mentsThis caused a confusion and comment unfavorable to the reform and finally was made an issue between the executive and legislative departments the judicial department having previously frowned upon the Presidents order E C DeWitt Ac Co of Chicago at whose laboratory Kodol is prepared as sure us that this remarkable digestant and corrective for tbe stomach conforms fully to a I provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol laboratory is a very large one but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stom ach troubles could know the virtues of Kodol it would be impossible for the manufacturers to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by all drug gists Banner One Acre Crop James Kennedy living near Harned raised on one acre of ground 1800 pounds of tobacco which brought him 7 cents round 126 for the product of one acre His clop in all weighed out about 12000 pounds Who can beat this 5000 Reward will be paid to any person who can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cocaine ether or chloroform or their derivatives in any of Dr Miles Remedies This reward is offered be cause certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies It is understood that this reward applies only to goods purch ased in the open market which have not been tampered with Dr Miles remedies cure by their strengthening and invig orating effect upon the nervous system and not by weakening the nerves- I consider that there are no better remedies put up than Dr Mlles Nervlne AntiPain pms and Nerve and Liver Pills We have used them for years and recommend them to many others My wife Is using the Nervine and considers It the best medicine In the world A lady friend of mine who was almost a total nerv ous wreck through my earnest solici tation has used several bottles of theINervine with wonderful re ultsINi WM+ CROMB Salt Lake City UtahI1 Drv Mlles AntiPain Pills are sold by your drugalit who will guarantee thatIthe first piekage will benefit moneyab kIWII Miles Medical Co Elkhart Jndtt I RHEUNATIS CURED 1 1 The Circulation Stimulated l and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using Slo ns- LirimentAV Price 25c 50c Es 100 i I Sold by all Dealers Sloans Treatise On The Norse Sent Free ftl Address Dr Earl SSloanBostonMass DIAMOND BRAND SHOES MADE FOR EVERY PURPOSE Last week we quoted a letter from Rev Griffith of Texas showing the superiority of Diamond Brand Shoes One reason for this superiority is that we make Diamond Brand Shoes for every person and for every purpose Making shoes of all kinds at all prices enables us to grade our leather properlvandsave all waste for the benefit of the wearer You get 100 cents worth of 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call on us You can make some one happy by a melnbrance of some kind in the Jewelry line w BEWLEYVILLE Miss Gola Brown of Garfield iisI visiting her aunt Mrs H I SnyderHiss Lula Nun elly has returned to her home in Parkland after a six weeks visit to her friends hereH C Cain has purchased the T TV Anderson property at Bewloy ville and moved to it last week Several from here were in Brandenburg shopping last week Morgan Richardson and son of Brandenburg were guests at CH Drurys Monday night James Drury has returned to his home at Brandenburg after a few days visit to his parents Mr and sirs C H Drury iI Arvin Stith Stiths Valley is t ioing some carpenters work for HP P Hardaway and Dr Walker this week H I Snyder and G E Morris have returned from Oklahoma where they had gone on a prospecting tour They very much pleased with the country but have not fully decided wheth er or not they will locate there S E Sherril of Indiana was hero Friday sand Saturday in the interest of a class in vocal music Miss Blanche Jolly will go to Louisville this week to attend the Commencement Exercises at Nortons Infirmary in which Miss Florence Cain is one of the gradu atesMisses Willa Drury Eva MC Glothan and Halite Moore of Irvington were the guests of Mrs D C Heron a few days of last weekD C Heron spent Sunday at home Mr and Mrs J A Foote spent Friday near Guston the guests of Pier parents Mr and Mrs Neau Ins Miss Fannie Cain Hardaway is expected home from Kussellville We have a beautiful display of Christmas Goods at our storegoods that will make the prettiest most appropriate and most appreciated gifts you can get Jewelry Watches Clocks and Musical Instruments FREEA beautiful eight day Seth Thomas clock absolutely free For every one dollar spent in purchase of goods from now until January 2 19021I give a chance to you to possess this clock free My line of holiday presents is not excelled in the great cities Send your mail orders to me T c Lewis Hardinsburgi were soon to spend Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs C D liar dawayLittle WN Drury Tim Ander son Hausor and Robert Stith are on the sick list A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up todie of Consump tion I was reduced to 00 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured If Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by Seers Drug Co 50e and 100 Trial bottle free StrikeI The right to strike for any cause Is clear and fully sustained by the authority Even a conspiracy to strike followed by legal damage is not unlawful If formed to better labor conditions This is an extract from the decision of Judge A L Sanborn of the United States district court which was hand ed down in the case of the Allis Chal mers company against the iron mold ers union of Milwaukee It is prob ably one of the first opinions wherein a conspiracy might be sanctioned as lawful Over Lake Erie In Balloon Toledo 0 Dec 13A Roy Knab enshue is to sail over Lake Erie in a balloon Knabenshue made the an nouncement that with O Chanute a consulting engineer of Chicago who made the aeroplane which the Wright boys of Dayton are using he will leave Toledo in about two weeks and will land somewhere In the vicinity of Amherstburg Canada The start will necessarily have to depend upon the wind Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole sys tem when entering It through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians us the damage they will do Is ten fold to the Rood you can possibly derive from them Tails Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and Is taken Internally acting t dire tly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by IV J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle FRENCH PRIESTS Cited to Appear Before Justices for Celebrating Mass Paris Dec HThe net result of the uncompromising attitude that has been assumed by the Vatican officials In this conflict with the French government seems to be that the clergy will lose its pensions 38300 of which have been granted and gazetted since the beginning of this year that all aspirants to the priesthood will be compelled to perform military service and that the taking over of the Epis copal mansions rectories seminaries etc by the state department and the communes will occur Immediately in stead of December 1907 Many priests celebrated mass in the presence of unusually large con gregations but the actions of the au thorities were confined to noting ins fractions of the law and citing the priests and vicars to appear before justices of the peace Everywhere legal notices have been served for the evacuation of the ecclesiastical reel dences the seminaries etc Several of these buildings were abandoned without further ado but a majority of the priests while fully prepared to go announced that they would not depart except under duress In many parishes both In Paris and the interior Catholic laymen came forward and spontaneously filed declarations for the holding of services In the designated churches during the coming year If this practice Is gen erally followed It will be a distinct victory for the government relieving It of the possible necessity of closing the churches and throwing on the clergy the responsibility for the die continuance of public worship A beautiful eight day Se tho mas clockI absolutely free for every one dollar spent n purchase of goods from now until the Jan 2 1007 I give 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 Relchstag Dissolved Berlin Dec HIn consequence of the governments defeat by 178 toll 168 votes on the bill authorizing what the ministry contends is an adequate number of troops to end the insurrec tion rin German Southwest Africa and hold the colony against a recurrence of the rebellion Emperor William dls flossed the relchstag and ordered new lections OL I102ltAk rethetmeiftt KGd You ZIItu gU I IDr Peace Prize For President Chrlstlanla v way Del ItTheNorwegian parchment conferred the Nobel peace prlru on President Roosevelt in recognition of his services i n ending the RussoJapanese war The Nobel peace prize Is part of a be quest left by Dr Alfred Dernhard Nobel the Swedish scientist who die In 1896 By his will a large portion of his fortune was devoted to five an nual prizes each valued at 40000 A dispatch was received from Press dent Roosevelt who said he was pro foundly gratified and touched by the signal honor shown him He added After much thought I have conclude- that the best and most fitting way to apply the amount of the prize Is byi using It as a fund to establish at Washington a permanent Industrial peace committee stomIachsI name of each ingredient in plain En glish on every bottle that is CASCA I BWERT the ideal medicine for the little conformllfullyIII Drug Law Write K C DeWItt Co Chicago Ill for the Baby Book Recommended and sold by all druggists Adverse to McClelland Columbus 0 Dec 12 General Isaac R Sherwood will represent the Ninth congressional district In con gress The supreme court by unani mous decision dismissed the suit brought by his Republican opponent E G McClelland to compel the governor and secretary of state to award him the certificate of election On the face of the returns Sherwood the Democratlc Independent candidate was elected by 46 votes McClelland claimed tr it it was illegal to combine the votes cast for Sherwood on both Democratic and Independent tickets If taken at the Sneeze Stage Pre ventics a toothsome candy Tablet will surely and quickly check an approaching 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 prevention Sold In G cent and 21 cent boxes by Severs Drug Co I Our Repairing Depart ment is Complete We are prepared to do all kjnds of repair work on short notice Our experience in this line fits us to turn out work satisfactory to our cus tomers After years of ex perience we feel r justifiable in saying that we can please our patrons MULE ESCAPES Dynamite Explosion Snuff Out th Lives of Six Men Charlotte N C Dec 10On-n white man lire negroes and an Indian wore blown to fragments by the ex plosion of dynamite in a tunnel on the SouthdIi white man had been ordered to open a box of dynamite for blasting purposes and started to comply One blow from a hammer exploded the contents an only a small fragment of the white man who was blown throng tho tun weredan seven were serious ly Injured A mule and car were blown through the portal of the tun nel and down the mountain side The car was wrecked but the mule es caped unscathed and of his own volition galloped off to the stable Not In single person In the tunnel escaped Injury Open the bowels and get the cold out of your system Kennedys Laxative theIinflammation of the mucous membranes Drives out the cold and stops the cough ConIforms to the National Pure Food and byIl druggistsNegro Coachrran Soaked Pittsburg Pa Dec 14 Clifford Hooe the negro coachman convicted of perjury in connection with a deposition made by him before the Hart je divorce trial was refused a new trial and sentenced by Judge Roberts Fraser to pay a fine of fifty dollars and the costs of the court trial and to imprisonment ofsix years in the Western penitentiary of Pennsylvania Almost Immediately after this sen tence was Imposed he was taken to the penltcntlar I Ended In Tragedy Cincinnati 0 Doe 12 With aImock threatening manner imitating an Irish comedian In a burlesque I show he witnessed Bernard Flueck 16 pointed a revolver at the breast of his cousin Frank Ellis and pulled the trigger Ellis fell Instantly killed by a bullet which passed through his heart Flueck was arrested and a charge of murder placed against him ResearcheseWashington Dec 1The board of trustees of the Carnegie Institution of Washington appropriated J661300 to aid In scientific researches of various kinds during 1907 This provides for continuing work in 10 departments already organized and for the reor ganlzatlon of a department of nutri tlon under the direction of Professor Francis C Benedict of Wesleyan uni Aboutdwas aside for the award Impliedforassociates Secretary of State Root presidedVanderbllts EscapeNew Vanderbilt Jr had a narrow escape from death with his chauffeur He was speeding his 60horsepower racing au tomobile on the shore of Lake Success L IVwhen the front axle snap ped The Jar hurled Mr Vanderbilt from his seat over the machine Into the lake well away from the shore He sank through the thin Ice but rose Immediately and swam to shore The chauffeur clung to his seat and was not seriously Injured To have beautiful perfect pink vel vet like lips apply at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve Then next morning notice carefully the effect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean feverishtiess and ate as well ill appearing Dr Shoops Green Salve is a soft creamy healing oimimnt that will quickly correct any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Urge Glass Jars 25 cents Severs Drug Co Smoked Glum MurphyWell this bates the miss chief Dooley tole uiu that If I sluuok ed a piece of glass Id be able to see the sphots on the sun Sure aint I fairly kilt whl thrylng to make me pipe draw TIs the way Im thinking that either 1 havent the right kind of glass or else Dooleys been fooling me London TitBits TO CURS A COLD IN ONe DAY Tuko LAXATIVE IWOHO Quinine Tablets Druggists refund money It It fails to cure H- Iv OUOVES signature Is on enl hbor 36c THE NEW IDEA THEORIGINALLAXATIVECOUGH SYRUP KENNEDY AXATIVEI flJ i ONEY AND ARV- BIR th8 Bowels Best for ChlldreB RedClolerBlossen cnEtery9otges0 aUhGUnS are consUpatiaf ed4ll1 those containing A1es KennecW LuaU Honey and Tar IIIOns thl bowels contains noOplatsa For Sale by eII Druggists 1D 0 i J J tVVVLV l I ZJVV I II ti f ifI t J t S Ii t Il1 I 0 Itrl N il fiJiJ 1 JrilII f j1 iI W I r rI Jr Jf f i = t I III y i 1 J1 i h 1 J ri i t 1 C I r i ii i V t J I 1 i i jq I I I I e uu-q h v r r s- WL iTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY DECEMBER 19 1906 8 t i J t xS r L f J ltY i I lt r fG1 Tir- y t ir- 1 jIt 3 li11r tiIo ff 4 tI r f IV i i1Yi 1 1 t j I I Iii f X fi r tJ ff t rt vfI I r i ii or h I f P I J r iI I ARTHUR WBABBAGE- WINS GOLD MEDAL There were rounds of applause in the State College Chapel last evening when lIon J Nathan Elliot one of judges of the Union Literary Society contest announ ced that the handsome gold medal valued at 25 was awarded to Authur Wallace Babbage from Clovorport Kentucky Hie judges spent several minutes in deliber ating and the decision was not unanimous Mr Bowles the first declaimermade his delivery in a strong forcible manner but near the latter part was compelled to be prompted lIe however re ceived a vote on the first ballot The final decision was made between Mr McPheron and Mr 13abbage Mr Bnbbnge outclassed his rival in tone and vividness of character and scenes portrayed The music was furnished by the Oifct Orchestra Lexington Herald Wnntes An Organ Donr Friend Santa Claus I thought I would write you a fue lines today to let yon know what to bring me Christmas bring me a drosser and a Organ and a doll and banal and oranges and candy I cant think of nothing else to write so I will close for this time from your truly Myrtle Harris to Santa Claus Dukes Ky He Wont Forget Dear Old Sonta I thought I would writ you a few lines to let you know what I want for Christmas I want a doll and a doll tmrriogeand some bananas and oranges and candy pecans for Christmas now pltNue dont forget to come from Ethel Campbell to Santa Claus now dont foreget and bring them to tome other girl- Wants a Whistling Doll- Dear Old Santa Claus I want a little highchair and a Ruffer doll that will whistle and a ring From ISllioutt B Frank McQuady Kv Wants Auto Boar Sauta Claus Do you know the first thing that I want you to bring me and that is a Jilagic lantern and the next thing is a fourteen dollar automobile and a tinar selected Toys rand Books 1 Thisdeoverflowingand satisfacthll DOLLS IrANCYIjacnption too numerous to ttleri l tion Only a ffew left In which to choice of our Claus line clayCeanything frddih doll the size of a to a horse and carriage or- bed room set A AWfUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS Terrible Scaly Humor in All Over the BodySkin Cracked and BleedingItching Unbear ableCured by Cuticura in Thirty Days at Cost of 475 ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA I was afflicted with psoriasis for thirtyfive years It was in patches all over mv bodv I used three cakes of Soap six boxes Cuticura Ointment and two ottles of Cuti cura Resolvent I bathed with the Soap applied the Ointment once a day and took the Resolvent as di I thirtydnysthink permanently us it was about five agoThe first made its appear ance in red spots generally fonmnga circle leaving in the center aspot about the size of a silver dollar of sound flesh In a short time the affected circle would form a heavy dry scale of a white graduallydropby bathing or using oil to soften them the flesh would be perfectly raw and a light discharge of bloody substance would ooze out That scaly crust would form again in twentyfour hours It was worse on my arms and limbs al mybodyscales remain too long without removing by bath or otherwise the skin would crack and bleed I suffered intense itching worse at nights after getting warm in bed or blood warm by exercise when it would be almost unbearabloIgothroughfot thirtyfivo years for the State of Kansas signed W M Chidester Hutchinson Kan April 20 1905 thrOtJabouttheorMilk Free Low to Cure Tortiuiog Uuoxsri W that runs on a track ands tmc ball bar in skates and the next thing A music boxII Henry cabbage r Louisville Ky Early to Bed Eyes Closed 1IIhtff Dear Santa Claus- I thought I would write you a litter and tell you I am a little girl just about ten years otdwell Santa thius will ou 1FIRE WORkS to see the firs works We have the beet ItttO of fire works ever brought to this town and now have them on Cap Pistol tIres about it dozen times as fast as you can pull trigger each Shooting matahtty new 5c each Fire CratJEers pack CANDLESBOYS 6 ball lc each 10 ball Shooter two 20 oc each Cap Pistols 5c and each I please bring me a colored doll and a story book with recitations and diologsI in it and a little piano and all kinds of nuts and candy and bananas Oh Santa I nearly forgot please bring my teacher and playmates something now Santa dont forget me to I will go to bed early and close my eyes tight and will not peep I go to school and I have not broken the rules that my teacher has made and I like to go to school and like my books and my playmates and also my teacher well dear Santa I will close for the sime your Dear little girl Eddie Leah Pate P S Santa I live about one mile east of Balltown Mattingly Ky Wants Big Doll Dear Old Santa I am going to tell you just what I would like to have best I would like to have a gruntj big doll that can talk and cry and some fire crackers so I can have some fun with buddie to Ide like a little dresser like you brought Lydia last xmas I would like some story books that would tell me all about Santa Claus Now I like some nice candy and all kinds of nuts Santa please dont forget poor little Willie and Xannie please bring them something two Good bye Dear old Santa Claus Chester Lou Can non I am a little girl 6 years old Axtel Ky Nolte Has Them MyI Dear Old Santa Clause Im a little girl eight years old and my mother says if I will write you whntI I want for Xmas you will bee sure to call around now dear santi I want a doll that cry and lafe and a bedroom suit set of furs and a big home and I think games are write nice I hade sume of them I luve them so well if IIj hade them I never woode want to help mama weash dishes santi if you illII bring me theyse fue things i have ask you I wont ask so much next time plese dont forget treat every thing good to eat is nice and I do love nannies andII crackers Ill go to bed early and J woont look now santi dont forget your little girl Florence Weathorholtiil You will find all things at follies Clovorport Ky Tarfork KyDcK l C6lr SantaII You bring me some candles nu11III range apples a doll and some dolltt dishes I am nearly seven years old I ell y the dishes and sweep the kitchen for mamma She says I am a good little girl Laura Tabeling t Tarfork Ky Dec 8 1906Dear Mr t flrUi 1 1t it ii little irl eight cars o age I go to school every day and I am very good so I will tell you what I want for Christmas a big sleeping doll with blue eyes and light hair some candies oranges bananas coCoanuts set pf doll dishes a doll stove a little picture book and a pretty black fur Wcll that is about all I So I will be a good From your little girl Floris D Tabeling Tarfork KyDec 8 1906Mr Santa I want you to bring me a wagon with big spokes in the wheels some candies nuts fire crackers oranges and pistol caps bring little brother Percy some thing nice now Santa I am a good boy I bring in stove wood for mhmma Dont forget me Ernest Tabeli ng Lahant Ky Dec 6 1906 Dear sUnta Claus I am a little boy seven years old I live about one half mile from Lahant I want you to come and bring me a gun and a toy pistol some fire crackers roman candles some candy and a wagon and every thing a boy like me ought to have So dont forget me Dolbert Los Norton Letters to Santa Claus Lahant Ky Dec 6 1906Dear Santa Claus I am n little girl nine years old I would like for your to come and bring me many nice things I would like to have a set of dishes a doll and a little iron some candy and nuts and everything nice Be sure and come Your little girlIMary Agnes 1 ortonI Outwits the Surgeon- A complication of female troublesjj with catarrb of the els had reduced Mrs Thos S of Leavenworth Ind to such a Austinii coulltion that her doctor advised an operation but her husbaud fearing fatal results postponed this to try Elec tric Bitters and to the ctmaztmeut of I all who knew her this medicine com I cured her cure IJliOlls11nessgenerdilidebility Severs lug Drug Co Tr it atII I t Several letters from the little fellows to Santa Claus arrived too late for publication but we havetakenspecial pains to communicate to Santa Claus their I desires and he rns promised to attend to their wants just the same as if they hadII appeared in the News We assure them that we regret as much as they do that their letters were received too late to in elude them with the others out axe Sweet1Sweets the I All for h lld Nixed t2e per pound Stick Candies lb 15c per box Stick tandy lOc per teofcoantfts lOc each Raisins 15c per lb Oranges per French Bon 15c or two for 20c Nuts 15c per w w 1J JI W iii M IMAM AN SON t CHRISTMAS PRICES III Rocking Chairs from 90c 20 each Rocking Chairs 65c to 375 Cristy Harrison Cartoons at 98c Regular 125 50c 350 each Picture frames to order I Sewing Machines 30 and 40 A Machine Iron Beds 198 to 800 Beds to 2250 Games Boards Sheet Pictures to 98c eachEdison Phonographs Columbia Grapho phones sold on easy payments RlIB1IeIliil fflmBm m1fIfItIM I The Greatest III IIIITho withInIgreatest Rift In all the world Is that which Includes Itself tbo means whereby the recipient can secure for himself the jewelry clothing furniture and all the material objects that are I given as Chrlstmos dfts Such an Ideal Christmas Rift Is to be found booksIIof the 309 Courses of the International Correspondence Schools of 1a These Courses have been prepared by the greatest experts In the I and are taught by a six million dollar Institution that has had fifteen experience in training ambitious men and womep for better yearsIIncreased earnings Hy making a present of one of these Scholarships you enable the to advance In his chosen business or profession to Increase his to make sure of a successful nod happy life You Rive him earnlnlsandII will miike him a better man or her a better woman never bo destroyed or from them and that will stand monument the kindness and generosity of the rIver TIlE ARE NOT EXPENSIVE AND TEKMS CAN BE MADE TO CGVR8ESI I MOST MODEST IUIISE It puts you under no obligations out more about this greatest Chlrstmns gift In the world card to th- eInternational r8IlOstal Correspondence Schools ISCRANTON PAIKyIto 22 ISJJ j fliIjISM m SANTA CLAUSJ 1 HEADQOARIERS I DONT when you start on your Christmas gift shopping till you get to Santa Claus headquarters at B F Beard Cos We full up of the most elaborate display of Christmas goods ever brought to this town Your holiday gifts will be appreciated the more if from our extensive assortment of Watches Clocks Rings Lockets Pins Umbrellas or many other articles of this character too numerous to mentionI days get Santa ghat Patches Dont forget dis play Hepeater 25c something 5c ftbMAN DELIGHT Shooter for 5c ball Shooter lOc my want wnnt girl stomach able Guaranteed to SIkinds of delicacies the Candies 9 boxes best lb 5c and 30c dozen Bons 25c Chocolates Mixed lb tlflrvW to Childrens Fisher price Pictures to White good 1298 Folding 14 5c I Christmas taken I STOP usefulOrnamental I L OrnamentalDurable Three terms that tell the story of our line of Christmas Goods A present for the aged a pres ent for the young also for tho baby and any and all others that may look to you for this happy remembrance Guns Tops Balls Hobby Horses Tricycles Pis tols Horns and many other things that make aII green spot in the boys life for a whole year y Dolls Dressers Planes Stoves Books Tea Sets and many others that fill the girls heart with delight Dont forget that we give you five per cent rebate with every cash purchase and that it applies to your Christmas purchases as well as to any other B F BEARD 8l CO- Hardinsburg t p Ji J I Y I I jJr i I I I i i I LiJt- H tj i t I I 1ri i i f f r li tiv