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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b4 I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI I II I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT II VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY2 1907 8 Paces NO 25 IIJ PARTNERS of the TIDEI BY JOEILINCOLN Author CAPN ERIm ONLY CAUSE IS THAT PIPES HAVE GIVEN AWAY I So Says Article In Louisville Times In Regard to the Sudden Ceasing of Gas In Cloverport I Edmund Wroe of Cloverport Ky one of the bestknown young attorneys of Breckenridge county is in Louisville today on legal business and will prob ably be here for several davs Mr 251roe is well known in Louisville ands many friends here Mr Wroe says that the supply of tural gas there about the first to be overed in Kentucky has suddenly i and it has put the people of his to a great Inconvenience the NEW WELLS Will Be Drilled To Increase Supply of GasOld Wells To Be Cleaned The Cloverport Pipe Line Co is mak ing preparations to put down more wells in the immediate future to increase the supply of gas The rigging has been purchased and is now on the grounds The old wells will undergo a thorough eaningout and the derricks are now rsKSecf to that end The flow of ill bo as strong as ever it is jTaimed when this is done Water ac umulating in the wells in the past w weeks has curtailed to some extent e supply but this will bo remedied imediately says the company The increased demand for gas prin pally for the factories and foundry is decided the company to put down ore wells t Join the Army ouis and Harrison Blake sons of Dh George Blake of Hardinsburg left i of w days ago for the Columbus 0 ha racks to begin soldiers lives They jo ed at the local recruiting station lastI week Delightful Social The members of the Epworth League and a large number of invited guests- werb I delightfully entertained New yea s eve in the Sunday School room- f thl Methodist church by the social somjiittee Misses Lula Severs and rade Plank and President David helps The amusements were in keeping ui the season and delicious rofresh ts were served f4W TAYLORYENABLE 1 JCe marriage of Dr R Homan Tay- f Owensboro to Miss Ola Venable lice Texas was solemnized at the e of the bride on Wednesday De nber 26 r Taylor is a dentist of Owensboro r trtadis a young man of high standing both socially and professionally He is well and favorably known in Clover port having frequently been here in the interest of his profession The bride is a native of Texas r4They will be at home in Owejfeboro after January 15 t Real Estate Deals The following real estate deals have been effected within the last few days John C Furrow to L C Johnson 15 acres near the turnpike two miles east of Cloverport Consideration 22500 Wm H Bowmer to W N Pate 73 acres on Beech Fork of Clover Creek about five miles from Cloverport Consideration 15000 Mr and Mrs Frank Payne gave a dinner Saturday evening in honor of t Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs pf Vir ginia Covers were laid for MrandsL Mrs J N Cordrey Dr and MS for est Lightfoot Mr and MrsrRgscoe yens Mr and Mrs Payne1X tJu1 ersraml J Byrne saver I 0 town depending on natural gas for the lighting of buildings When the gas was discovered in Cloverport it set tn State all agog and for months after capitalists flocked there with a view of booming the town The only cause that can be assigned for the sudden ceasing of the gas to flow is that the pipes which case the wells have given away An effort will be made to repair the wells if this is tiffsease said Mr Wroe to a reporter for the TimesLouisville Times I REMARKABLE STORY OF A LOST WATCH A Dover telegram dated Friday af ternoon contains the following remarkable story of the loss and subsequent finding of a stemwinding watch by the sheriff of the county Many curious and hardtobelieve stories are told nowadays but this one is more than conditioned to hold its own with any that have been reported in the papers The following is the sum and substance of the telegram Sheriff Turner is showing as his Christmas present a stemwinding case watch that he claims has a hisiory un matched by any other watch in Tennes see and doubts if there is another like it in the whole country In December 1905 while hunting in the coaling he lost the watch and though he searched carefullyfor it was unable to find it He gave it up for lost and had forgot ten all about it Last week Logan Mc Craw and Alex Holliday went rabbit hunting in the coaling and raising a rabbit McCraw fired and missed then Holliday fired just as the rabbit ran into a hole and killed it McCraw ran hastily to the hole put his hand in and pulled out the rabbit and was surprised to see something shining at the mouth of the hole He stooped over and picked up the sheriffs watch and yelled By Jacks when he heard it ticking and both were astonished when the watch was opened to find it was within half a minute of the correct time by their watches They then looked at the rabbit and the secret was out for there on its belly the fur had been rub bed off in a place that exactly fitted the stem of the watch showing that the rabbit had kept it wound up by rubbing against the stem as it went in and out of the hole The sheriff will not tell the make of the watch only saying it is a rabbit watch 10 ANOTHER SALE OF EQUITY TOBACCO The executive committee of the Green River district A S of E has made mother big sale of tobacco consisting of all the 1905 trash put up in Ohio county and at Livermore McLean ounty This information was given out Saturday on reliable authority hough the sale has not yet been officially announced The price paid was 675 a hundred robably the best price that has been paid this year for any considerable quantity of Green river trash Then me of the purchaser is not known The deal was closed through the Louisville Warehouse company where the obacco has been stored for several nonths past Tie sale of such a large quantity of tobacco is a good start in the way of lisposing of the 1905crop A member lof the district committee states that deals are pending for the sale of 1905 obacco in Daviess and other counties- if the district No trouble is antidi- ated in disposing of all 1905 tobacco at rood paces0worasboro MjiaBenger iI CHAPTER I II rJAS you callatln to buy one I of them turnovers bub m j casually inquired Mr Clark J ceasing to gaze at his steaming boots which were planter against the bulging center of the sta tion stove and turning toward the boy at the lunch counter Yes sir said the boy He had taken off one worsted mitten anti held a five cent piece clutched tightly In his red fist The station agent wrapped the pastry In a piece of newspaper and handed It to his customer Tho boy n youngster of about twelve years of age with a freckled face and a pair of bright gray eyes took his turnover to the settee In the corner of the waiting room and began to eat He had on a worn cloth cap with an attachment Unit could be pulled down to cover the ears and a shabby over coat of mans size very much too large for him As he munched the greasy crust and the thin layer of evaporated apple he looked around him with Interest The station Itself was like the aver age railway building on Capo Cod Except for the sign Harnlss that hung outside It might have been the station at Wellmouth which he had seen so often Battered settees around the walls lithographs of steamers time tables and year old announcements of excursions and county fairs hung above them big stove set In a box of sawdust all these were the regulation fixtures Regula Lion also were the refreshments on the counter at the side turnovers ar ranged cobhouse fashion under a glass cover with a dingy Washington pie under another cover and Jars of strp cd stick candy with boxes of yaw breakers and similar sweetmeats be tweenIt snowing hard and In the dusk of the wInterevenIng the flakes rustled against the windows as If un seen old ladles In starched summer gowns were shivering In the storm and crowding to get a peep withIn The air In the shut waiting room smelled pt lot stove sawdust wet clothing and Mr Clarks cigar To this collection of perfumes was presently added the odor of kerosene as the station agent lit the big lamps In their brackets on the wall From outside came the sounds of creaking wheels and stamping horses the stamping muffled by the snow which covered the ground The door opened and a big man with a face of which gray whiskers and red nose were the most prominent features came stamping und pulling Into the room lIe jerked off a pair of leather gloves playfully shook the congealed moisture from them down Mr Clarks neck Inside his collar tossed a long whip Into the corner and holding his spread fingers over the stove began to sing Whoa Emma with enthusiasm Mr Clark being too busy clawing the melting snow from his neck to open a conversation Mr Bodkin observed Hello Barney Small Hows the tray In Have a rough time drlvln over Oh mlddlln mlddlln replied the driver of the Orham stage unbutton ing his overcoat and reaching for his pipe but this earths a vale of tears anyhow so whats the odds so longs youre happy Hello Dan I The last a shouted greeting to the station agent In the little room whose answer was a wave of the band and a sidelong nod across the telegraph Instrument Whats doln over In Orham Bar ney Inquired Mr Clark Prissy and Tempys adopted a boy The agent evidently was Interested The old maids Yup tho old maids I 8pose they come to realize that they Headed a man round the house but as there want no bids In that lint they sort of com promised on a boy You dont mean the Allen old maids that live down on the lower road do rou asked Mr Bodkin Sartin I said the old maids didnt I Theres plenty of single women In Orham but when you say the old maids In our town everybody knows you mean Prissy and Tempy What about the boy Barney said the station agent coming Into the waiting room Why said Mr Small Its this way Seems that Prissy and Tempys rather old Capn Drlus Allen heo been dead six years or more nowhad a niece name of Sophia that married Capn Ben Nickerson over to Well mouth Capn Ben and his wife had one son 1 think the boys names Bradley Anyhow Capn Ben and his wife was drowned oil the Portuguese coast two years ago when Bens bark was lost Maybe you remember Well the boy was left at home that voyage SolonNickeronschjwV igbtn jjlsjtojlca was drowndefi I IJ i that YT no troy lkept onITvTn with Solon till bout three weeks ago Solon was took with pnemnony and up and died Prissy and Tempys the only re lations there was you sec so It was left to them to say what should be done with the boy I cullate there must have been some high old pow wowln In the old house but the old maids are pretty conscientious spite of their beln so everlastln old uialdy and they flnlly decided twas their duty to take the little feller to bring up Thats the way I heard the yarn They kept It a secret until yesterday but now the whole towns talkln bout It You see Its such u good Joke for them two to have a boy In the house Why Prissys been used to shoo In every stray boy off the place as If he was a hen Mr Small laughed so heartily at this that the others Joined In When the hilarity had subsided the station agent asked AVhens the Nlckerson boy com In over from Wellmouth Why today come to think of It He was to come up on the afternoon train from Wellmouth and go to Or ham with me tonight You aint seen nothln The station agent Interrupted him with a sidelong movement of the head Huh queried Mr Small Then he In company with Mr Clark and Mr Bodkin turned toward the corner or the waiting room The boy who hatbought the apple turnover having finished the last crumb of that vldnd had turned to the window and was looking out through a hole ho lad scraped in the frost on the pane He had shaded his fnee with his hands to shut out the lamplight and though he must have heard the conversation his manner betrayed no Interest In It Mr Small Interrogated the station agent by raising his eyebrows The agent whispered Shouldnt wonder ami added He came on the up train afternoonHey sold Mr Clark who newer let consideration for other people Interfere with his own curiosity whats your name The boy turned from the window and blinking a little ns the light struck his eyes faced the group by the stove His freckled cheeks glistened ns the light shone upon them but as If he knew this he pulled the big sleeve of the overcoat across his face and rubbed them dry Whats your name sonny said the stage driver kindly Nlckcrson said the boy In a low toneI want to know Your fast name nlnt Bradley Is It Yessir SIlO well there now Guess youre goln to ride over with me then I drive the Orlmm coach Hum well I declare And Mr Small pulled his beard In an embarrassed fashion Como over to the stove and get warm wont you asked the station agentI cold was the reply The trio by the stove fidgeted In si lence for a few momtnts and then Mr Small said uneasily Aint It most time for that train to be In Shes a haf hour late now She was twentyfive minutes late at Sandwich said the station agent and shes probly lost ten minutes or so since Shell be along In a little while now But In spite of this cheerful prophecy a full fifteen minutes passed before the train which had been started from i WhaVs pour name sonny Boston with tha vague Idea that some time or other It might get to Province town came coughing and panting round the curve and drew up at the station platform Only one passenger got out at the Harnls station and he stopping for a moment to hand his truBkjjheck to the station agent walk Continued oa Page Eight j HARDINSBUM HAPPENINGS Marriage of Miss Minnie Murray to Mr L B ReevesNews of the Happenings During the Holidays Socially and Otherwise 1 i The marriage of Miss Minnie Murray to Mr L B Reeves occured in Louis ville Saturday evening Dec 29 The byIthe Rev M Smith of the Fourth Ave Presbyterian church at his residence Only a few relatives were present at the marriage Mr and Mrs Reeves arriv ed here Monday evening and have taken rooms at the Ford Hotel The bride is the daughter of the late Judge John Allen Murray and is an attractive cultured woman with a wide circle of friends Mr Reeves is a traveling salesman for J M Robinson Norton Co and is one of their most trusted and valued employes They will make this place their permanent home Themarriage of Miss Rachel Hook to Mr Sylvester Durham occured here at the home of the bride on Monday Dec 24 in the presence of relatives and a few friends The Rev E B English pronounced the wedding ceremony in an impressive manner They will re side on their farm near Kirk The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John H Hook and a niece of county court clerk W F Hook She is an attractive ac complished young lady with numerous friends Mr Durham is a son of James Durham and is a progressive young farmer and a good business man They have the best wishes of the News foXa happy and prosperous life The young men of the town gave a banquet at the Ford House on the eve ning of Thursday Dec 27 which was the most enjoyable social event of the Christmas time The banquet was all that could be desired and was elegantly served Judge Henry DeH Moorman made an admirable toastmaster and the following gentlemenrespondedto toasts Dr Jno E Kincheloe T J Mopre Claude Mercer Edward Dillon Lewis Kincheloe and Jno P Haswell Jr It was the general opinion that the banquet should be an annual affair The follow ing guests were present Misses Louise Beeler Anita Beard Jndith DeJer nett Isabelle Gardner Francis Smith Maggie Baker Lelia McGary Maggie Ahl Martha Gardner Nancy Kincheloe Francis Raydol Lytie Ford Annie Hendrick Mrs Blanche Read Mrs 11 H Beard Mrs P II Beard Mrs Mary Ford and Messrs M B Kincheloe Lewis Kincheloejohn Skillman Arthur Beard Jno P Haswell Jr C P Ed munds Jno E Kincheloe E F Day Amos Board F S Kincheloe Roy E Moorman Ed Dillon Claude Mercer- T J Moore and H DeH Moorman At the annual election of officers of Breckonridge Lodge No 67 F A M held Thursday the following were selected Master Jesse Whitworth Senior Warden T J Moore Junior Warden Charles Bruington Secretary Andrew Driskell Treasurer W G Haswell Senior Deacon W S Ball Junior Deacon C P Edmunds Tyler Jno P Haswell Jr The stewards have not yet been appointed OLD CITIZEN DEAD Mr Chas Elder Passes Away At His Nome Near Town Mr Chas Elder died at his home near town last Saturday morning at an early hour He had been ill for about two weeks of a complication of diseases Mr Elder was one of the countys oldest citizens being in his seventy hird year He was widely known in the county and was highly respected He leaves a wife and several children The funeral was conducted from the Catholic church in Hardinsburg and the body was buried in the Catholic cemetery at that place Burled at Stephensport On Dec 20 i906 the remains of Mrs Nary Jane Basham wife of Henry W 1 tashara deceased wtt brought here or burial Mrs Basham was born r c Patrick Haffey of Whitesville Daviess county is here visiting Mr and Mrs Joseph iTeaff He says that he has recently been to Louisville and that the sentiment for the nomination of former Gov W O Bradley for Governor is overwhelming Percy M Beard sold Saturday to the American Tobacco Co 40000 pounds of dark tobacco at St 8and 4 to be de livered F O B here He raised more tobacco than any farmer in the county Hawkins Smith of Garfield was in town Saturday He is one of the con tractors on the 11 H E R R and says work can not be recommenced un til the first of April Mrs Fannie Blffhd and family will move to town this week She will oc cupy the residence recently completed by Philip Greenwell in Pates addition Lewis Kincheloe of the Grauman IlenchyCross Dry Goods Co who hasqbeen visiting his parents returned to Louisville Friday Miss Jennie Green of Falls ofRough and Miss May Dempster of Gtendeane are visiting Mr and Mrs M H Beard Ernest and Arthur Haswell who have spent the holidays at home returned to Cincinnati and Lexington today Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Col and Mrs D R Murray a few days last week The sale at Hilliary Hardins Satur urday was very large and prices goods He will move to Cloverport W S Ball is now ready to make con tracts with farmers for growing tomatoes for the Canning Co Miss Anita Beard qf Louisville is visiting her grandparents the Hon and Mrs G W Beard Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter of Cloverport are visiting Col and Mrs D R Murray- Marion Weatherholt and V G Babbage were in town Friday on a business trip Watch night services were conducted by Bro Brandon at the M E church South Quartely court will convene next MondayDr F Day is visiting his parents- at Short Creek E T Guthrie was in Louisville several days of last week Col E L Robertson of Glendeane was in town Sunday John P Haswell went to Irvington Monday on a business trip Jas Nichols of Garfield was in town on a business trip Saturday The Rev E B English preached at the Baptist church Sunday Russell Compton of Garfield is visit ing Mr and Mrs Paul Compton All the merchants report the heaviest Christmas trade they ever enjoyed Mrs J H Lennon who has been ill for several days is much improved August 21 1829 died Dec 19 1906 She was a Miss Ray before marriage She leaves one son two grandchildren one brother M J Ray Rhodelia two sis ters Mrs Leon Cashman Raymond and and Mrs Wm Rhodes Branden burgAunt lane as she was often called died at the home of her son F W Basham Skillman of paralysis When twentythree years of age she joined the Baptist church but later in life joined the M E South at Union Starof which she was a member at the time of her death Twentytwo months ago her husband died and she has only been waiting to join him in that bright home above The funeral discourse was conducted by Rev B M Currie Cloverport and Rev Felix RobertsStephensport The family cornmunit-yinthis great bereavement Their loss is her gain N A Friend y di 4 Z THE BRECKENRIDaE NEWS CLOVE PO T KY JANUARY 21907 t Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courage and lessens ambition beauty vigor cheerfulness soon when the kid are out of order diseasedKidney trouble has so prevalent it notuncommon a child be born with weak kid If the child urin too often If the urine scalds the r if when the child reaches an age should bo able to control the yet afflicted with bedwetting malland It the cause of the difficulty Is and the first step should be the treatment of these important This unpleasant trouble Is due to a condition of the kidneys and not to a habit as most people Women as well are made mis erable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect of SwampRoot Is It is sold druggists in and one IIby You may bottle by is to free also pamphlet tell nom of aranpitoot Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mlstakoibut remember the name Swamp Itooti Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and tho address Binghamton N Y- onIs every bottln H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of th Courts of Brockonrldge and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to colleclnl road cases and criminal practice License k practice In United States District Courts Office rivet Bank of Hardlnsbu- rgCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop I 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per days StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousors in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J II ttUNSCHE Casper May k Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE Sc EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCONlOaATBDt Fast Matland Passenger Line between Louisville and Evan vine- Steamers TarasconTell Leave rouisvllle Monday Wedne day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 am Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p w Through freight rates and pausen ei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 170 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for Btocl General Officr 154156I58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Snot I TG LEWIS SON Dealers Iin Watches Clocks SllYerwareITI Musical Instruments HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish ment more uptodate Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware HollowwareFlatware Gold spectacles andall other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautifulandcheap Sowing Machine Needles to fitall machines Musical instruments and findingsBest and finest repairing of all timopieces 1f C I I WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIR IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES An Affray In a Kentucky Hamlet IIn Which Two Persons Are Fatally WoundedPassing Away of Colonel PepperOther Mention Sergent Ky Dec 28One killed and another fatally wounded formed a tragedy on Boonos Fork Will Ells wick 21 and Clark Vanover 24 were the participants EllswIck struck Van over three times across tho forehead with a shotgun knocking him to the ground Regaining his foothold Van over fired two shots from a Colts revolver one of which entered Ells wicks right side ranging up past the heart killing him Instantly Flourish Ing his revolver In midair Vanover walked Into the hotel of William War rick near where tho tragedy occurred and with an oath declared there Is more blood in my gun and attempted to take the life of WarrIck Vanover then swooned from loss of blood Ho will die He was known as a des perado Footpads Active at Louisville Louisville Ky Dec 24 CItizens demand that Mayor Paul C Barth offer a reward for highwaymen dead or alive This species of criminals Is menacing the city to the point of keep Ing many persons indoors after night fall Men In the habit of asking whomsoever they meet for a match no longer make such requests after nightfall for fear of being taken for thugs The bold holdup of Miss Sue Walker when she was first forced to submit to an inspection of her hosiery after which she was required to remove the latter thereby enabling the bandit to get 32 was tho final straw The women of Louisville are aroused Colonel Pepper Dead New York Dec 25 Colonel James E Pepper the well known distiller and horseman of Lexington Ky who with his wife left the south 10 days ago to spend Christmas in New York died at the Wnldorf Astoria Death was due to heart and lung trouble which was aggravated by the shock received last Thursday when the colonel slipped on the street and frac tured one of his legs Mrs Popper who has been ill for several days was not told of her husbands death Colonel Pepper was 55 years old Mountain Tragedies Lexington Ky Dec 2SIn the Lee county mountains Daniel Watson a prominent merchant shot and instant ly killed Daniel Horne Horne is al leged to have attacked Watson with a knife cutting his clothes to shreds Watson tried to evade the attack of Home when Horne struck a child of Watson Watson then shot Horne In a general fight in the Floyd county mountains a deputy sheriff Samuel Allen shot and killed John D Bag ley John Allen was also badly wound ed In the fight Track Wanted For Fair Grounds Louisville Ky Dec 24Douglas park racing plant valued at 280000 and owned by Louis A Cella is want ed by the board of control of the Ken tucky State fair as a permanent home Negotiations with Mr Cella are In progress It is said and It consum mated it Is understood the Cella Interests will be merged with the New Louisville Jockey club The board of control has 60000 available to buy a state fair site nnd the plan is to bond the remainder of the indebtedness Powder Thrown Into Fire Clifton W Va Dec 21Cora the sixyearold daughter of W J Hender son a wealthy farmer living five miles from here threw a can containing two pounds of gunpowder into an open fireplace It exploded blowing one of her eyes out and burning the hair oft her head Mrs Henderson was also burned In a terrible manner The father had been hunting and set the can on a chair while ho stepped out of the room Fatal Quarrel Frankfort Ky Dec 25Curtls Moore 19 a young farmer shot and fatally wounded John Kinkead in front of a saloon Kinkead served In the Spanish war He and Moore quar reled and Moore says Kinkead started toward him with his hand in his pocket In a threatening manner Moore fired two shots one of them penetrating the abdomen of Kinkead Moore Is In jail Fight at a Dance Lexington Ky Dec 24As a re suit of a fight at a country dance on Cane creek Breathitt county Thomas Gullett was shot through the body and Instantly killed Walker Cole was shot through the arm shattering the bone and necessitating amputation and Bill Little was shot through the back The men quarreled overwhlsky The dance was given at the Little home Fight With Knives Barboursville Ky Dec 28Near Vhltesburg Letcher county Sol Me Ray and Green Sexton became Involved In a quarrel The men fought with knives and Sexton was stabbel to death by McRay According to the report McRay whose home Is at Knoxville Tenn escaped Both men were young and well known in that section Prisoner Transferred Carlisle Ky Dec 26 County Judge McNew directed that guards be placed at the jail It having been reported that a mob was being raised for the purpose of lynching Dick Ellis charged with shooting Ed Bitterman Saturday night but lator changed the order and sent Ellis to the Maysvlllo jail Southern Pacific Strike San Antonio Tex Dec 26 Man of tho men who took tho places of th striking firemen on the San Antonio division of the Southern Pacific sys tom havo been induced by the striker- to stop work and their places are be Ing filled with Imported men It t understood here that the Brotherhood I of Firemen Is contemplating the calling out of all of the members on the Harriman lines The local Southern Pacific officials say they are movIng all the trains passenger and freight they desire to on this division Bryan on Child Labor Atlanta Ga Dec 25A J McKel way secretary of the national child labor committee received frbm Wll Ham J Bryan a letter In which theI latter expresses his thanks for a copy of the Beverldge bill of which heI says The plan which Boverldgo adopts for the prevention of childl labor Is Identical with the plan I haveI urged for the suppression of thoI trusts I believe the control whichl congress has over interstate com merce enables It to apply a very aim pIe and effective remedy Food dont digest Because th stomach lacks some one of the essentiall digestants or the digestive juices are not properly balanced Then too it is thi undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol For Indig estion should be used for relief Kodol is a solution of vegetable acids It die gests what you eat and corrects the deficiencies of the digestion Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold here by all druggists Want Flour and Wheat Washington Dec 25The Amen can consul general at Shanghai cables the state department that the faminet committee recommends the shipment at once of flour and cornmeal In 50 pound sacks Fifty thousand bushrla of wheat for planting in the spring are also earnestly desired At the Age of 103 Scrgont Ky Dec 24Uncle Johnson 103 died on Beaver crook iin Knott county leaving hundreds of de scendants He was the oldest man iIn eastern Kentucky May Live 100 Vcas The chances for living a full century are excellent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncau of Hayuesville Mo now 70I years old She writes Electric Bit ters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsin o f 20 vears standing mid made me feel as well and strong as a young girl Elec tric Bitters cureStomach and Liver dis eases Blood disorders General Debts ity and bodily weakness Sold on aI puarnnt e by Severs Drug Company Price only 50c Four Persons Wounded Tullahoma Tenn Dec 27 During a shooting affray in a billiard room here Mel Parker was wounded tour times and Is reported to be dying Henry Brinkley was shot In the back James Holt in the hip J D Baxter In the back and Tom Pirtle In the head The origin of the trouble is apparently unknown but It seems that Brinkley and Parker were first Involved and then the shooting became general With the exception of Brinkley and Parker the wounded were however noncombatants Nine Dead In Wreck Enderlin N D Dec 24Loaded tits full capacity with people going to their homes in the east to spend the Christmas holidays the southbound train on the Minneapolis St Paul Sault Ste Marie crashed into a switch engine in the west end of the railroad yards ight men were killed out right and one since has died of his in juries Thirtyseven were seriously Injured and it is likely that the deat list will be added to Mothers who give their children Ken nedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar invariably indorse it Child ren like it because the taste is so pleasant It is the Original Laxative Coughl Syrup is unrivaled for the relief of croup Gets at the trouble and drives tho coldl out through the bowls Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists To File Peonage Charges Houston Tex Dec 27VIce Gran Master Shea of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen announced tha he would lay before Commissioner of Labor Nelll who is due to arrive here I from Washington today charges of peonago against the Southern Pacific railroad that company having com pelled negroes to serve as firemen against their will Southern Pacific officials declare that trains are bein operated on schedule time Reports of congestion reach Houston from a number of points along the Atlantic division of the system Harlan Cleveland Dead Cincinnati 0 Dec 25 Harlan Cleveland a lawyer hero died of brights disease at his residence In Glendale Ho served as United States district attorney of the Southern dis trict of Ohio by appointment of Grover Cleveland Ho was a cousin of Grovor Cleveland anophow of Justice Harlan of the supreme court of the United States a soninlaw of the late Stanley Mntthows of the same court and a brothliitih law of Associate Justice Gray of the samo court OD STOalADun thetheKind You Hate Always Bought i fuhre fof tI u yINTO A CAR- e Colored Troops Fire a Volley Several Persons Being Hurt Lcavenworth Kan Dec 26Four- i teen soldiers the majority of whom are troopers oi the Ninth cavalry cols ored were arrested In connection with a riot on a streetcar In which a num but of shots wero fired into a loaded car and several passengers slightly in jured by broken glass Captain Walsh of the Ninth cavalry Is making an In vestlgatlon Into the causes of the tree ble which is believed to bo similar tc that which resulted in the discharge of three companies of the Twentyfifth Infantry at Fort Reno Okla recently A full investigation Into the riot Is being conducted by Captain Walsh Honored in Ohio Last Friday Rev S C Bates and hi estimable wife closed their twentieth year of happy wedded life and in eel ebration of this event a large number of their friends responded to verbal iu vitations and assembled at the Presby terian church It was an exceedingly pleasant social function and a delights ful evening was enjoyed Light refreshments were served and added to the pleasure of the affair As a marks of esteem the several guests made upa purse of shout 25 which was presented to Mr and Mrs Bates who highly apt preciated the gift not only for its in trinsic value but the mark of friend ship which it signified We voice the sentiment of the community in congra relating Mr and Mrs Bates and wishing them a lengthy continuance of the pleasant years they have enjoyed to gether Harrison Journal Eighty Thousand In Purses Columbus 0 Dec 26After elect Ing officers Including Edward W Swisher as president directors of the Columbus Driving Park company went on record as being in favor of expan sion when they instructed the secre tary to ask for dates that will keep tho Grand Circuit campaigners of 1907 11n Columbus for two weeks from Sept 16 to 27 inclusive The board has been given to understand that no meeting will be given next fall at Oak ley park in Cincinnati Therefore It is proposed to add the week that has been Oakleys heretofore to tho regu lar Columbus week About onetwelfth of one million dollars will be offered in stakes and purses Plans as now outlined call for the hanging up of ant even 80000 Little touches of backache should not be allowed to go untended Rheumatism and many other things follow A box of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills will bring relief quickly They drive the poison from the body Act ou the liver as well as the kidneys A 25 cent box holds a weeks treatment Sold by all druggists Livery Burns Atlanta Ga Dec 26A loss of 100000 was caused by a fire here which destroyed the livery and sales stables of Harper Brothers and of Ragsdale Carlisle near the Union stock yards in the western part of the city One hundred horses and four mules which the night watchman was unable to release were burned to death The fire is supposed to have been caused by the overturning of a stove in the office and this was caused by the efforts of a robber to blow the safe The insurance Is approximately 55000 A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching Blind Blending Protruding Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT tails to cure in 0 to 14 50ch THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prim elects U 007 40 Iowa n 754 75 heifers 2 605 00 bulls U 404 SO stockers and feeders U 40Q4 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep IS 755 75 lambs 7 007 75 yearlings S4 SOS 25 Calves 12 7B8 50 Hogs Choice to prime heavy IS 306 35 medium to good heavy SS 200C 27H butcher weights J6 258 35 good to prime mixed J6 20 c 8 25 packing J6 006 25 pigs 6 000 C 15 WheatNo 2 red 74c Corn No 3 39c OatilNo2 35c EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to shippingdbutcher cattle Sf 505 00 milkers and andtLambs Yearlings 8 2506 60 wether 5 2505 50 mUed J4 7505 25 ewes S4 755 25 spring lambs 5 007 80 CalvM Beat S8 509 25 Hoga Yorkers mediums and heavy 6 65 pigs 16 70 stags I 0005 00 roughs S5 5005 90 PITTSBURQ Cattle Choice 15 750 GOO prime 5 405 65 tidy butchers I 6005 00 heifers 2 5004 40 cows cowsgwethers 5 3505 40 good mixed JS 150 5 85 lambs J5 0007 60 CalvesVeal S6 0008 00 Hogs Heavy hogs J6 600 6 112h mediums Yorkers and pigs J6 60 cLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfed 15 E005 16 fat steers Sf 2505 25 fat cows 3 6003 75 bulls S3 2503 75 heif ers 3 6004 50 milkers and springers 15 00060 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice Iambs S1 5007 60 wethers J5 5005 75 ewes Sf 6004 75 CnlvesSS 60 down Hogs Yorkers JG 45 mediums an heavlos 6 60 pigs 6 40 stags Sf 50f 4 75 roughs J5 6505 7- 5CINCINNATIWhlat No 2 ted 76 5 76V4c CornNo2 mixed 4444V4o Date No 2 mixed 37 4 038c Rye No 2 71 072c LardS 65 Bulk meatsIS 75 Bacon UO 00 flogsi5 6006 60 Cattle W 0005 50 Sheep2 0004 75 Lambs S4 2607 1- 6BOSTOjJWool Ohio and Peunsylvn nla XX nnd above 33 4034c X 3103c No 1 404 T No2 38039o fine un washed 26Z 60 delalne washed 370 37c delaLo unwashed 29038c Kentucky and Indiana Combing Ublood 33 034c Ublood 3132aTOLEDO Wheat 7S 4cj torn SOi oats 37c rye 6801 cloveraead ie II I W For Emergencies at Home for the Stock on the Fa- rmS1oarsLiithreit Is whole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 100 Send for Free Booklet on Hor5esCaitle Hoes Poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass cc DIAMOND BRANffSHOL 1I In 1895 we built our first factory Today we own and operate 5 large factories andmake more fine shoes tftan any other House in the West This fact is a guarantee to you that Diamond Brand Shoes are right in every way Our supremacy as manufacturers of fine shoes is assurance that the cheaper grades of Diamond Brand shoes possess equal superibrity over other lines at the same prices ASK YOUR DEALER FOR DIAMOND BRAND SHOES m i DIAMOND BRAND Cl C iIekIIOEMAHER844If6J WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES TITAN ANY OTHER lOUSE IN THE WEST I I THE I Fifth Avenue HOTEL KysPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr r The most centrally located ard 01 firstclass hotel In the city making 1300 rate Only one block from the prlnclj shoppIng district and two blocks trc the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all pn of the cltT- Ever1thlnlt neat andlcleao 0Ne4N44 NN eNN NN- NThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beit Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson v toes a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminii trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglar + 8 Florida and Cuba The Winter Playground Easily and Quickly Reached Via the Southern Railway And Queen Crescent Route Fast and convenient schedules comfortable Pullman Equip ml mont Dining Car Service Attractive tours through Florida IR including a delightful sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key Wes J or Nassau N P at low rates Variable Route Tickets gain tit via Asheville and the Land of tho Sky returning direct 01 vice versa with stopover privileges Florida Special n I servico again beginning January 7th Solid irain with laces- Pullman equipment to Jacksonvllle and St Augustine wlthou change Florida Limited now on daily Cheap Homeseekers Tickets on sale to Texas Oklahoma Indian Territory Arkansas Kansas and other points in the West Southwest an Southeast December 18 January 1 and 15 February 5 and 19 an March 5 and 19 j For Illustrated Literature Rates and complete information addresi any agent of the Southern Railway or j C H HUNGERFORDDi- strict j Passenger AgedtlOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOU ailiNlIMMM- r PR i Fi THE BRECKENRIDGp NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 2 1907 3 F v a H Start the New Year Right i rSendthe publisher of the NEWS a dollar and ask him to mail his paper to YOU DURING THE YEAR 1907 g I There is no better way than thisI 7Yjj t i t L fA f i I I 2I4 I J l g I f IA l y The New Idea Womans Magazine illustrates and describes the famous Ten Cent New Idea Dress Patterns from the models of which the illus trations for this advertisement are taken r n Extraordinary Offer BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AND The New Idea Womans Magazine Founded upon IQUADRUPLEDIT PUBLISHES MONTHLYI Dozens of halftone and color illustrations Stories by authors of wide fame Instructive Articles of Exceptional Value A Remarkably Comprehensive Childrens Department From 30 to 40 pages each month on Fashions Needlework and kindred subjects fully illustrated j Both One Year for v 0 150 a Nine full page fashion plates monthly In all over 100 pages each issue SEND US YOUR ORDER TODAY and secure a years good reading matter for all the family THENEWS- Ir 1 3 f s L elsttetre 4- n THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 2 1907 BRFCKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BAn SAG It SONS PublUhlne Co l Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OP THANKS over tire lines charred 3t At the rate of 10 ieuts Illr Hut OBITUA Rifts charged for at the ita of 5 Wets par line Money In advance abutExamltM tlio on your paper It it Is not oorruct ul 9iuo notify us c = =When ordering a change In tho addrtfe subscribers should give tholr old us wull nil the now address EIGHT PAGES TUN GdS COMPANY i The statement concerning the local gay Iompuny on our first pogo copied from the Louisville Times and said to have been made by Mr Edmund Wroe of this city was Mr Wroo states never made by him In any event the state ment iis true and the sudden ceasing of the towns supply of gas is due not to the natural supply being exhausted but to the negligence of the parties operating the wells and the pipe lines Had the gas wells in Cloverport been properly attended to and eared for during the summer months the prosont gas condi tions would never have come about The parties who have charge of the local gas supply have been negligent in the past and their customers have suffered But the sins of the past should be buried with the past Now that the parties operating the wells have brought new rigging to town and are attempting to give their customers good service let us be silent and allow them an opportunity to redeem the past According to men who know the natur al supply of gas in and about Clover port has not been exhausted and will not be for many years to come It stands now for the gas company to give the people of Cloverport good service or respond to the call of public sentiment and got down and out A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching mind nie dlnK Protruding Piles Drupgists are uuthorlzoa to rotund money It PAZO OINTMENT fulls to cure In 8 to 14 Days SOC The young people of the town enjoyed several hours fun on last Monday night at the skating rink skating the old year out and the new year in L T Reid has been slightly ill for several days necessitating his laying off as engineer on the accommodation John Bell spent the holidays with rel atives in Louisville My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to liveon Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only genuine hairfood you can buy It gives new life to the hairbulbs You save what hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy Th3 beat kind of a testimonial II Sold for over sixty years UdL A h- Ab e by J O Ayer Co Lowell Mss Alto mtnuftotarer etS- ARSAPARILLA f hersPILLS CHERRY PECTORAL BEWLEYV1LLE Herbert V Cain who is at tending school at Bowling Green is spending this week with his brother R C Cain and family I IMiss patio Hardaway is at home from Louisville Misses Esther Albright Sallie Andotson and Emmett Harua way and Jim Albright spent Christnus in Louisville Mrs J D Frakes and laugh ter Carrie D spent several ast week with C H Drury an wifeIMiss Wilda Robinson Sampl Is visiting Miss Annie Compton Carl Carter is at Custer the guest of his grandparents Dr J M Walker was in Louis ville several days of last week on businessD Heron spent Christmas ot home Earl Mattingly and wife of Garfieldare visitors of her par ontsT J Triplett and wife I Wathen Drury is spending this I week BrandenburgMr with his grandmother at W J Piggott of lrvington spent Friday with Mr and Mrs T J Jolly Mrs Leah Pate returned to Ir vington Monday after a weeks visit here H C Barnes spent Saturday and Sunday at Custer I Miss Bevil Cain and brother Herbert returned to Bowling Green Monday to resume their school duties Mr and Mrs Charley Sipes have returned to their home in Jefferson county after several days visit here Will Carter Custer has rented the G P Paul property and will work with his brother Tom this winterG Paul and wife expect to move to Guston soon to spend the remainder of th3 winter with their daughter Mrs Elisha Smit- hRAYIiOND Edgnr Compton attended musical at Luby Adkissona Friday night Tom Abner and family are spending a few days with B J Coomes before leaving for Ar kansasMr and Mrs E A Cashman left on the 22d of December to bo gone some time visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs Alex Scott at Brazil Ind Miss Cordelia Cashman is on the sick list at this writing The pound party at Willis Chat fields one night last week was well attended There were about 120 persons at supper The Christmas entertainment given by Miss Mary Casshman a the schoolhouse was well attended and many useful and valuable presents were on the tree SLOWER SPEED BASIS Following is copy of telegram which I Mr T C Powell Fifth VicePresident of the Southern Railway has just received from Mr Finley President of thisI companyOwing to the crowded condition of its single track lines and the double track work including the revision ofi F + I MIDWINTER II SLAUGHTER SALE r Ioj A GREAT SLAUGH INdOUR WINTER CLOTHING t BENEFIT DEPARTMENT TOMERS OF OUR FOR THEII L I J A Great Cutting Slashing Well Meet Prices II Overcoats I if 1 u 1 10 I SB OVERCOATS GO AT OVERCOATS FOR OVERCOATSFOR I z 50 I SioFf8 OVERCOATS FOR OVERCOATS FORS 935 8680I- II SG37i 511 M 5 OF IT 8C TO OR BE 5 5 IS IF AS OF = ClD and now way for the of the ed of the crowdedsingle the finds it to the sche dules of some of its as now will in in the part of these them on the basis of with the ex of able to them and that the this will be more to the The work and on of the road track work is not now way but is are put those in in such track work done with the of as track work may be in in train will the of The has to its the from each one of these to be in of a sup Men now in the will be to the posi Mens and Boys Over coats per et reduction Ladies Cloaks per ct reduction Blankets and Comforts per ct reduction I BED BED BED FOR 1 =tions thus This it is will in and will it is the of the to the is and ef by its late This We offer One Cor any case of that cannot bo cured by Hulls Cure F J ft O- We the huvo known Jr J I for the last 15 years ond him In all transac tions and able to carry out any made by his firm M HVIN O Halls Cure Is taken upon the blood and mucous of the sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Pills for Dr and Mrs gave a last at 6 t GREAT SAVING YOU I and But Our Bed Comforts and Blankets Going the Same Great Reduction 175 I 500 COMFORTS COMFORTS COMFORTS 157 COMFORTS BLANKETS 80e r C were to vote a Glen N J the other day the to the pos at that or to have mail from the office 369 men and 360 women of women when had a A was for the vote I oBears Kind You Han of In 1905 The of iin from in 1904 to ounces in 1905 a gain a ounces but it in com from in 1904 to in 1905 a of 2186 594 IIf A TO A GENERAL OF TO US V wi BLANKETS FOR BLANKETS 1 I 112 tII Very Special Brown SATURDAY JANUARY 1907 DAY OlfLY WILL WE SELL THESE SPLENDID BARGAINS AT THIS GREAT SLAUGHTER PRICE WARM YOUR FEET WITH LITTLE MONEY HEAVY SEAMLESS HALF EXTRA HEAVY HEELS AND TOES REGULAR 15C VALUE AND WORTH EVERY CENT TOO FOR PER PAIR TWO PAIR 15C ITS UP YOU NOW NEVER THIS OFFER POSITIVELY AFTER SATURDAY JANUARY SATURDAY JANUARY THE I DATE WE WILL TO SEE YOU ON THAT DATE YOU EXAMINE OUR VALUES AND THEM WE ARE SATISFIED TO THE YOUR tffijI HardinsburgKy 1 ClDD grades alignment under purpose relieving crowd condition tracks Southern Railway Company difficult maintain passenger trains schedulednnd consequence early January ensuing revise schedules putting slower speed rectation being maintain believing under circumstances arrangement satisfactory public double track being vigor ously pushed other parts where double under where traffic heavy passing tracks being inland already extended ofttrainsall passing being ultimate object utilizing double track when double undertaken those localitiesThe passenger movement naturally improve movement freight trains Southern Railway Company arranged shorten operating divisions increasing number fourteento twentyseven divisions charge erintendent service promoted additional 15 25 I 10 at 009OC FOR BED FOR FOR FOR HOSE FOR COM PARE F OOimI created arrangement believed result increased efficiency further believed promote mutual Interests companyIn Company developing making fective policies initiated President Hows Dollars Reward Catarrh Catarrh undersigned Cheney believe perfectly honorable business financially obligation WALDINO KINNAN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Catarry Internally acting directly surfaces system Testimonials druggistsTake Family constipation Forrest LightfoQt dinner party evening oclock I9csic J 450 BEARD CO ffiim m lIunpred CHENEY GO- Toledo Were Their Votes Counted Women permitted Ridge proposition being retain office fashionable suburb delivery Bloomfield voted another instance voting they chance separate ballo- box provided womens AST BXAtheThe Alvrajs Bait BIgnatizset rYIJIZ Production Silver production silver increased quanity 55999864 ounces 56101594 101730 increased mercial value 135035378 34221972 gain AND CLEANING OUT WIN TER GOODS 450 275 200 125 BLANKETS FOR BLANKETS FOR BLANKETS FOR FOR 405 1 I247 I80 II72c1 IBlue and Sox Sale ONE WITHDRAWN EXPECT RESULT INVESTIGATION B HardinsburgKy FASTIDIOUS WOMEN Antiseptictnecessity in the hygienic care of th treatmentt c feminine ills As a wash its cleansin germicidal deodorizing and healin qualities are extraordinary For sa at Druggists Sample free Addr The R Paxton Co Boston Mass Watermelonst laIThey come Color and attain their growth so late t they are just now in the market Ti othtopink and have no particularly str taste of any kind They have found place on the menus of the fashion resturauts however end may loon peafNew YOlk Sun Miss Mary A Jackson has return school at St John at Bethlehem a spending the holidays at Tar Fork THE NEW IDEA THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUHH sYwU P NNEOY AXATIVE 01- Ior11s ONEY AND V the Bowels Best for feBRedClolerQllisxinatEreg6slUe alI a1J Uih curlS are constlpa especially those contalnlnz Opiates KennedJa Iuatlu Honey aDd Tar mnll the botleh contains De 0 For Sale by tall Druggists md W II LAST WARNINGI TOI TAX= PAYERSI- fI you havent paid your taxes get a tax receipt before JANUARY 10 1907 If you havent paid your taxes by that time I Your Property Will Be Advertised And Sold I and that will add much more cost Please pay up and save trouble for both of us MILT MILLER Sheriff of Breckenridge County t 1THEBRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 2 1907 5 ifts Pills 1 his popular remedy never falls to effectually cure tDyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache BiliousnessA- nd ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion The natural result Is good appetite elegantlyfole No Substitute Mrs Tom Tousey went to Owensboro last week Miss Mary Jarboe spent the holidays athomeChas Moorman has returned to VersaillesHarpers t Bazar for January at the News office Roy Heyser returned to Detroit Mich Wednesday Rev and Mrs J T Lewis visited in Irvington last week Mrs A R Fisher visited relativos in Glendeane last week Austin Popham was home from Louisville last week Tuck C Babbage returned to Little Ark Sunday Mrs J L Moorman has returned home from Louisville Mrs Joe Sawyer is visjting her parents in Eddyville i Miss Loraine Norris of Louisvillens the guest of relatives Miss Kate Moorman will visit in Hawesville this week Mrs H L Stader was hostess to a large dinner party Christmas Mrs Chas Minary and son Billy left Wednesday for Versailles Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager have re turned home from Eddyville Miss Virginia McGavock visited in Skillman during the holidays Wallace Weatherholt spoilt the holi days at his home at Tobinsp9rt Miss Grace Ferry was here from Louisville to spend the holidays Miss Cleona Weatherholl will enter tain the Girls Club this afternoon Miss Lucy Adams and her brother Fred went to Owensboro Saturday Miss Josie Terry has gone to Hen derson to study to be a trained nurse Mr and Mrs S W Pate and s6n Charles of Mattingly were here Fri day Mrs J H Wills entertained the- Jadies Reading Club Thursday after noonMr and Mrs Ben Ridgeway spent New Years day with relatjves in Mor ganfield Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven and Miss Louise Bonner spent Thursday in LouisvilleJess of Louisville was the guest of Misses Ree and Matt Willis last week Misses Edna and Anna Jarboe beau Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptionC Eat plenty of pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 andloo years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most t ScottsEmulsionisthemod- ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy dige ion Feeding him fat in this way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in vScotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will bt sent free upon request Be lure that thU picture I the form of a label lion tin wrapper of every bottle o Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N1 jop and Jij all druggist tif ully entertained the Girls Club Wed nesday afternoon t Miss Sallie Litfhtfoot of Hawesville has been the guest of Dr and Mrs Forrest Lightfoot Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfopt have been visiting relative at Sorgho flur ing the holidays J Dr and Mrs Fred DeHaven of Louisville have been the guests of Mrs Mary DeHaven C Mrs Sippel and her daughters MUf Lillian and Mrs Reynolds visited i I Louisville last week 8 Mrs fif luncan gave a fiftfifr Friday evening In honor of ttfnwF C and WallaceBabbnge Morrlitm feCallioon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro ICY Miss Grace Plank entertained the Girls Club at a charming chafing dish party Friday afternoon Miss Lilian Sippel was in Louisville last Thursday and Friday the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Evans Mr and Mrs Wright and daughter Miss Betilah of Lyonia are visiting Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons Mr and Mrs C T McClanahan and children have gone to Evansville where they will spend the winterf Miss Lelia Henley was here from Louisville during the holidays the guest of Dr and Mrs RL Newsom Mr C E Keith and family were here from Elizabethtown visiting his parents Mr and MrJ E Keith The Ladies Home Journal for Jan uary jon sale at the News office There is something helpful and enjoyable on every page of it Mrs Chas Ryan and little daughter Lucile and Mils Walden of Hender son have been the guests of Mrs Chas Hall and Mrs H L Stader Wallace Mattingly who broke his left ankle several weeks ago is able to be out and will spend New Years day with his parents in Morganfield H C McGovern of Victoria visited in Cloverport last week Mr McGov ern is an old subscriber to The News and has always been its staunch friend He says he cannot do without it as it gives him all the news of the county Success Magazine at the News office Mr Silas Heston and his mother I Mrs Heston of Loitchfield have been the guests of Mr and Mrs H A Oelze This is Mr Hestons first visit in twenty years to this place and his relatives have been enjoying his stay very much Mis Dan Burks of Holt was Here SaturdayWill of Glendeane was here Monday Born to the wife of Milt Gillian on Monday a boy Mrs Truman Adams went to Loin vine Saturday Miss Lula Severs has returned home from Morganfield Prof and Mrs James P King spent Saturday in Louisville The Breckenridge News and Louis ville Daily Herald one year for 5200 Mrs Marion Ryan gf Louisville is the guest of Mrs George Weatherholt Misses May Berry and Margaret Pen ner are in Henderson the guests of re lativesMrs J H Wills is the gjtest of her sister Mrs Emma Moredock of Louis villeVMr and Mrs Morris Jolly of Irving ton have been the guests ofTruss Jennie Mabel Harris Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Anne Murray are the guests of relatives in Hardinsburg Michael Burke of Owensboro has been the guest of his brother Mr John Burke for several days Mr Henry Gibbs has moved his family to Louisville where he1 has a position in a printing establishment- Mr and Mrs Leigh McGruder of Newman are the guests of Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt Mr and Mrs H C Lovejor and son ONeil of Evansville Ind are the guests of Mrs Lizzie Geer Mr and Mrs Adie Kennel of Web ster were visitors to the home of Mr J W Weatherholt last week Mr and Mrs Lewis Adams and children spent Christmas day in Louisville the guests of his brothers Edmund Wroe first assistant of the Cloverport High School spent part of the Christmas holidays in Louisville Miss Mary Jarboe received the ap pointment from Breckenridge county to the State Normal at Bowling Green Mrs Chas B Skillman and daughter have returned from a visit to Mrs Skillmans parents at Morgangeld Ky Mr and Mrs Joe Fallon and daugh ter Sarah McAdnmsof Medora return home Monday after a visit to relatives Mr7and Mrs W H Bowmer and daughter Miss Marion will leave in a few days for Louisville They will spend several weeks in the city Mrs Chas Rose rind daughter Miss Edith are here from Louisville the guests of Mrs J W Stone Miss Edith Rose will return to her home in Okla homa January 15J STEPHENSPORT Mrs Owen May of Louisville who has teen visiting her aunt Mrs Robert French of Amnions passed through town Sunday en route to Clovorport Dr Novitt and wife spent Christ mas iii Brandenburg II D LUJof Norfork Va spent tho holidays with his parents Mr and MM Bun Lay JimJ Pay no was buried in the Hill cemetery Wednesday Isis death was quite a shock to every onelief was stricken with paral ysis at Central City and was found in the yard almost frozen Ho never regained cqnsciousness and died Tuesday morning Dec 25 Ed Payne came homo from Gas City to attend tho funeral of his father James Payne who died at Central City December 25 Mrs RrJ Schopp left for Louisville Sunday to visit rela the Tom Smith of Chenault will move in his property ho purchased from Sam Gilbert Quite a crowd from here attend ed the party given by Miss Mary Basham at her home near Union StarMr and Mrs Chas Wagoner of Cloverport spent Christmas day with her parents Mr and Mrs Barbee Mr and Mrs S II Dix and family dined with Mr and Mrs Russel Hamilton Saturday I Mr and Mrs Frank Ferry and son spent the holidays with their parentsE 1 Roberts and family of Holly who have been visiting hi I father Rev F R Roberts left for Texas Tuesday to uiake their homeJ T Basham lett Monday for Bowling Green to attend school Miss Jennie Patterson of Clo verport was the guest of Mrs It A Shellman Saturday Jamison Hawkins came home from Danville to spend tho holidays with his parents Mr and iiClrs P D Hawkins Rev F R Roberts was at Falls of Rough last week to perform the marriage ceremony of Byron Withers and Miss Mablo Cham blissMrs Amanda McMillen and daughter of Hawesville were the guoats of Miss Bettie Allen last week DUKES Ms Ellen Basham is visiting her mother Mrs Dan Alsip of Hawesville a few days this week Miss Eva Powers Gooring is visiting Muses Pearl and Carrie Basham this week John Bellamy and Charlie Al dridge sold their tattle and farm ing implements Thursday and will move to Owensboro soon The A S of E lodge met at the school house Saturday night The Debating Society failed to meet Thursday night on account of the rain and the same subject is continued until next Thursday niSht Roy Sapp of Owensboro is vis iting his sister Mrs Maggie Sapp Bennie Bashum returned home Saturday from Owensboro where he had been at work for sometime Mr Alonzo Rearden arid wife of Roseville visited her parents L Newbury and wife last week W T Hardin wife and chil dren of Weber visited relatives at this place Christmas week Oscar Nugent of Gearing vis ited Miss Nannie Jarboe several days last week Missy Ella Ghist and Pearl and Bessie Johnson are visiting Mrs John Johnson this week Philip Powers spent a few days last week at Clint Beavens Lee Miller and wife of lIar dinsburg are visiting her father Tom McGavock Miss Carrie Bivens and Philip powers spent Friday with Miss Ella Evans of PatesvilK N asal- OATARRI I In all ltastageL Elys Cream Balm elIIM soothes and heals the dincmtd membrane It curui catarrh awl drives sway a coW In the bead quickly Croitm lliilm la placed Into tile noatrilaepreada over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Ii Im mediate and k cure follow It Is not drying doei not produce eofetlng Large Size 10 cents at Druggist or by null Trial SIM 10 emu ELY BROTHERS BC Warren Street New Y- orkWints + tf r + I a u F + AdvrrJIaomMitfl Inserted undurthln head atum cent H word per week tamp9ruisu dWrlto5arIuntucsyFan SALEThree mulch cows ono arersoy chonpfur1 1 OSTHlitck silk umbrella with oxidized nttllOtollrIyandTIE MAKERS WANTED ANTED30 or l0Tle Makers to work on BurusKyand give Instructions A H Cumpf Louis ville Ky 5w 1 HearingSkatesNews FOIL SALT An Idciil cash register for For 1nrtlculiirs write to ln Brockon ridge Nows Clovorport Ky FOR SA LEA beautiful ten sot decorated flowers300Breckonrlage SWroeWANTEnGontllmun or lady with good rugforpafdweeklystump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky theBowllnenrldge News 1 thobrunchIllacreInor wheat Price flftOO CMSI For further particulars write the HreckonrldRe News Cloverport Ky WlumberWrltverport Ky poll SALE A Singer Machine In good re1 pair for JH News ofllceCloverport ICy FUR SALE DRINTINO Presses and Cutting ltlchlnes1 and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GADLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Kv Something to fall Back Upon Whou u cyclone ttrlk s your business a typhoon tugs at your flnimilul roots or un oarthquuLo shakos down your fouidittlons Your Bank Account hints power to still the storm and to chase away misfortune Just a few Indies of pa per yet a safety appliance that works thu mlglilv miracle Wluit have you to tall back upon who misfortune rushes down on ou Let tho tank of Ulovui port book your name without delay One single dollar helps to build a uank account BANK OF CLOVERPORT Breakfast For Miss Bonner Miss Mamie DeHaven was hostess to a chafing dish breakfast yesterday morning at 110 oclock in honor of Miss Louise Bonner The guests were Misses Eva Grace and Edith Plank Rebecca and Martha Willis Edna and Anne Jarboe Ella and Jane Smith Lula Severs Margaret Burn Louise Babbage Margaret Moorman Cleona Weatherholt Ray Heyser Jennie Har ris Donald Murray Verna Ryan Mrs Shelby Conrad and Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven In Honor of Miss Murray Miss Donald Murray of Louisville was the guest of honor last evening at a reception given by Miss Jennie Mabel Harris r LE ROY PLOWSw- in prizes whenever exhibited Wo cun tlveItestimonials from some ot the best the United Status wo say tho Lo Roy draws easier holds easier and does bettor work In all conditions of soil than any other Wow RoyNConrad Payne do Co Cloverport MEET ME AT 6 NOLTES j Our last years business was exceedingly good thanks to the 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by Mail Owensboro Savings Bank 8 Trust Company Owensboro Kentucky Jas H Parrish Prea Raw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market place for all kinds of Furs Every Trapoer and Fur dealer should write us at once for Price List atU our New Plan- Addrrss tt lB F Wilson Fur Co Tuscolev Ills YOU CERTAINLY must be if you gainedfromCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Let us point out a few of them It goes farther than any other brand of flour It makes the most delicious baked stuffs that flour can make There are no failures where Cadicks Gold Dust is placed in the hands of a good cookThink of that Well tell you more next timeMAKERS MAKERSI No Waiting Here Just tell us how much Lumber you need We have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you were unable to get soii quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may needrepairs REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt Cloverpurt Ky For Sale Duroc Jersey Hogs Narragansett Turkeys Toms 350 Hens 250 S B C Leghorns E P Hardaway R F U No 1 Irvington Ky IIWESend a lock of your hair and will mail a 22 in short stem human hair switch to match 9satisfactory remit 200 in days Extra shades a little weIKyr3S8 Inclose S cents postage To Cure a Cold in One Day ys Tab Laxative Bromo Quinine TabkuSe- veaMHoafcosMftoUbiHrtlZBieaUM tzLJ on ev YTfclS signature 9 bcz25c r 4 r rj rr 1ft rlrC tr L U h I a uo i 6 THE bRECKENRIDOE NEWS CLOVERPORt KY JANUARY 2 1907 n PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School Pupils Celebrated Last Years Happiest Day in a Bright Merry Manner The Christmas entertainment given at the Lucile Memorial church last Tues day at 730 P M was a delightful affair and enjoyed by an audience which filled the auditorium The exercises of the evening were opened by Mr Wilburn Hamman who is at home from Danville where he is taking a theological course The program rendered is as follows SongBy the school GreetingCissell Simons Recitttion Chas Robert Satterfield Christmas By the classes of Miss Laura Satterfield and Miss Jennie Patt erson Those who rendered this selec tion were Lena May Gertrude La lie Rosa Sippel Byron Whitehead Rachel Jackson Dessie Laslie Bessie Laslie J P Ditzenbaugh and May Lam Columbia and Evangclme By the schoolRecitationBy Bessie Laslie 1i RecitationBy Miss Beulah Wright of Lyonla Bethlehem StarBy the school VRecitation Rosa Sippel I Recitation May Lamb Recitation1 Zelttia Sippel The Stocking SongBy the School Recitatiou By Rachel Jackson Mr Wm McCracken played Santa Claus part and delivered the presents from the Christmas tree which was bountifully ladened with gifts for all the members of the Presbyterian Sunday school If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Laxets just once to see what they will do for you Laxets are little toothsome Candy tabletsnice to eatmce in effect No griping no pain Just a gentle laxative effect that is pleasingly desir able Handy for the vest pocket or purse Laxets come to you in beauti ful lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 2r cents Sold by Severs Drug Company Receives Appointment Miss Dee Basham one of the most competent teachers of Breckenridge and adjoining counties has gotten the ap pointment from Hancock county to the State Normal at Bowling Green Miss Basham will leave sometime in Febru ary to enter the school Clear up the complexion cleanse the liver and tone the system You can best do this by a dose or two of De Witts Little Early Risers Safe re liable little pills with a reputation The pills that everyone knows Rec ommended by all druggists North Carolina Wonder Mr Tom Pennel was down in Antioch last week and stayed over night with Mr Moses Armstrong He tells us that Mr Armstrong has a wonderful pet pig and ho saw it himself with a broom sweeping out the yard Of course the pig couldnt do as well at sweeping as some of his two legged brethren but it wall wonderful to see how hard the pig worked and what progress he madeMr Armstrong says he has a wonderful gander too The gander will climb an apple tree shake it and then get down and eat the apples Mr Pennel says he did not see the gander but after seeing the pig sweep he believed anything Mr Armstrong told himWilkesboro Chronicle Nervous WornOutIf your nerve force is weakthe power is giving out the or gans of your body have slowed up and do their work imperfectly This failure to do the work required clogs the system and brings distress and disease When the nerves ate weak the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blood through your veins the stom ach fails to digest food the kidneys lack power to filter impurities from the blood and the poisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease Nerve energy must be restored Dr Miles Nervine will do it because it strengthens the nerves it is a nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous system Several years ago I was all broken down I was nervous Wornout could not sleep and was In constant pain I doctored for months and finally the doctor said he could do nothing for me I began takln Dr Miles Nervine and used altogether eight bottles and I became strong and healthy andowelhKounds11 C CUNNINGHAM 108 Ellsworth Ave Allegheny Pa Dr Mlles Nervine IIs aold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind GAME BIRDS FOR KANSAS Two Carloads of English Pheasants to Be Distributed Throughout The State Two express cars earring about 1900 English pheasants passed through Kan sas City yesterday afternoon on the way to Pratt Kan The birds were imported direct from England and consigned to the game warden of Kansas Dell Travis They are to be distributed in the various counties with a view of stocking the State with the game The game warden made a contract with K C Beck of Nickerson Kan an importer of birds for 1000 pairs of pheasants but about 100 of them died on the way to this country- It required eight express cars of the English style to carry the birds from London to Liverpool said the man in charge of the pheasants You see there is plenty of room in these two American cars A few of the birds died on the train from New York but most of the 100 died on the boat They try to fly in the wooden crates striking their heads against the slats until stunned Since leaving New York Monday the birds have eaten 400 pounds of cabbage and more than 500 pounds of grain feed This is the second shipment of pheasants to Kansas About nine months ago 750 of the birds were imported from England and turned loose in the State The money used in purchasing the pheasants is taken from funds derived from the issuing of licenses to hunters The English pheasant is a hybrid be tween the ring necked pheasant and the pheasant of southern Europe The plumage of these birds is brillant that of the male being especially gorgeous TLey reproduce rapidly and in their habits of life are similar to the common barnyard fowl The history of the pheasant extends back to the days of ancient Rome and in all times the bird has been popular with sportsmen There are sixty species of pheasants known none of which is native to America The turkey is their closest relative in this country The Greatest of all Newspapers The greatest of all newspapers is the Daily Globe Democrat of St Louis It has no equal or rival in all the west and ought to be in the hands of every reader of any Daily paper It costs by mail postage prepaid Daily Including Sunday one year 5600 6 months 300 3 months 150 Daily without Sunday one year tOO 6 months 200 3 months 100 Sunday Editiona big newspaper and magazine combined 48 to 76 pages every Sunday one year 200 6 months 100 A subscription- for the GlobeDemocrat at these prices is the best possible newspaper invest ment Send yonr order to day or write for free sample copy to Globe Printing Company St Louis Mo See special longtime campaigne offer of the Twiceaweek issue of the Globe Democrat two years for 125 else where in this paper Unlucky Brides Whereas ten years ago silver was the leading item among a brides gifts cheap jewelry of a showy though quiet up to date class is now given by even the richest of our relations and friends Throne HAS STOOD THB1ES7 25 YEARS The Oldycrhtlnal GROVES Tasteless Chill what you are taking ItIs Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure DO pay 50- CBATTLE FOUGHT Detween Guards and Striking Miners Several Men Biting Dust Owensboro Ky Dec 26 Three men were killed and four probably fatally wounded in a battle between guards employed by the West Kentucky Coal company at Turglp Union county and the striking miners at that place The dead are C J Dough erty mine guard Billy Malloy miner Will Gray miner The wounded are L I Moore mine guard four wounds will die Sam Barneby miner three wounds dying William Goch miner shot in the arm Henry Delaney min er shot In the arm The fight occur red in a downtown rteet about one mile from the mine br just what pre cipitated the fight Is not known It broke out suddenly and continued un til about 25 shots were exchanged The members of the miners union til about 25 shots were exchanged The members of the miners union have been on strike for the past year The coal company has been working nonunion men under guards almost constantly and serious trouble has long been expected The fight occur red in front of a billiard parlor A panic ensued and a reign of terror ex isted for nearly an hour There Is only one officer in the town but the sheriff of Union county and the depu ties have arrived at Sturgis The Union county sheriff arrived here with deputies and arrested L I Moore a guard who was shot In the battle He was unable to be taken to Morganfleld the county seat and is now in the office of the Kentucky Coal company Henry Delaney a miner who was shot was also placed under arrest As his wound is a slight one he was taken to Morganfleld and placed in jail A man named Strick land was also arrested and later re losed on bail The three men are charged with shooting with intent to kill ALONE AND FORSAKEN And Nearing The Valley of the Shadow of Death Aunt Betsy Is Pining For Those Who Apparently Have Forgotten tier Stephensport Ky Dec 31For1 saken lonely and almost lifeless Aunt Betsy Roff lingers into another Ne Year with strong hopes that her chil11 dren for whom she has been waiting fifteen years might come to feed her starving soul When Aunt Betsy was at the ripe old age of 73 she was awakened to the fact that her children in their hunt for fame and riches had then wandered so far away that they had entirely lost sight of their mother and left her there in the old home without the crust of bread She bore this truth in silence t as long as she could but the time came when she was compelled to re veal her secret and ask the neighbors for help and comfort Not long ago Mrs Roff received th message that she could go to the Ma sonic home but she has not yet con sented to go from under her own roof find the protectfon of the good people I of Stcphensport Mr Roff has children living in Kansas Louisiana and other places Why they do not answer their mothers ap peal no one can conceive Following is the faint cry of BetsySitting alone in the old home Gazing out of the window each day Waiting and watching for loved ones Oh come to your mother I pray Children why have you left me alone Why will you not come to me say Have you forgotten the one who loves youWhoso feeble and old andI gray Oh how I have watched oer you it childhood When you were babes in my arms I That the Saviour would prayLguide you In the straight and narrow way But oh how sad and lonely I am dears Craving just one glimpseof your face Ere the Master sends his boatman To carry me over to my longlost resting place To be with my Saviour and loved ones Oh say will you come to me thereIIll watch at the gate for you all dears In that city of gold bright and fair CASTORIAFor I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- t3ignatnrt of- Recovery of the Educated Flea Two weeks or so ago a Baltimore showman lost a flea The averag- American citizen undergoes a privation of this kind with admirable fortitude There are reasons why under normal conditions the American citizen will1 part with even his most personal and immediate flea and no questions asked In this most particular case however the conditions were distinctly if not ex travagently abnormal The flea iin question was valuable It was in fact the star member of a company of per forming fleas upon the box office re sults of whose talent the Baltimore showman prospered took on luxurious tastes and cultivated a brisket of espe cial magnitude Naturally the bereav ed one advertised his woe and offered opulent rewards for capture and restor ation The lost flea was appraised of J100 and the full amount promised toly the agent of its recovery It seems a great fuss over an insect of doubtful character an ignoble reputation But such are the facts of the case and i our capacity as the historian of poignant events we feel obliged to communicate them to the world Within the past week the errant flea has been restored to its heartbroken proprietor Apparently there are few fleas in Baltimore Thus the search was free of complication and the identity of the truant easily established Things are different in Rome and Panama In Baltimore evidently no flea of consequence can possibly escape It remains I to be said however that the showmans rapture is not entirely complete His flea came back to be sure and he welcomed it with ill concealed affection butit was a battered and dishevellc- bug I Dissipation had left its angry marks There were the ragged head and bloodshot eyeinseparable concom I itants of immoral conduct and besides the prodigal exhibited a broken leg and most alarming symptoms of pneumonia The fracture is now in splint- and s the patient cared for at a flea hqs I pital of well established fame Let u hope for the best With careful nursin dsll l and truly scientific supervision theerrant insect may be restored to health an usefulnessII however to say that fleas of a frivolou- and violent disposition should n after be subjected to the f a night off in Baltimore If othcreff need a run let them have it In r phia or BostonNew York t NOT A SOUTHERNII COMMUNITY It would prehaps conduce to more in telligent discussion of the Twentyfifth Infantry affair if the various statesmen orators politicians and writers now en gageed in handling it so vigorously would discard the postulate of race an tagonism and inherited prejudice Brownsville is not a Southern com munity in any proper sense of the term Of course the numerically preponderat tag element is composed of Mexicans- w but of the whites it can safely be alleged that they ore almost wholly of North ern birth or extraction As a matter of fact there are very few born and bred Southerners in Brownsville nor can 1 it be said with truth that those few control the entiment or dictate the actions and expressions of the population As a rule the men who represent th financial social and material importance of the town are old soldiers of the Union army and their decendants Considered in mere number the South noses making their homes iu Drowns ville represent a very small minority Considered in respect of their influence upon the citys character attitude des- e tiny they cut no figure worthy of a second thought If Brownsville objected to the location there of a negro regl ment certainly the objection was not Inspired by Southern prejudice or actuated by inherited animosity No good can come of clouding the real issue with false hyprotheses and necea sarily misleading arguments The as sumption that Brownsville is a typical- t Southern community where everybody hates the negro and delights in subjecting him to injury and humilia tion will not bear a moments honest and enlightened iqulry The truth is that Brownsville so far as concerns the character influence and 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CENTRAL KENTUCKY I 500 To January 1 1908 500 IThis is a special bargain offer that we are lucking to the dally news paper readers of Kentucky the regular yearly subscription price being wouldlike1 sample copy The Lexington Herald Company LEXINGTON KY r d1 C yr an THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWTS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 2 1907 7 INCHED PARAGRAPHS ERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THESE ITEMS Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Abroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column Harrison Parkman 73 the man who Brat brought alfalfa from South Amer ica and planted it In the United States died at Emporla Kan James Harris his wife 13yearold ixon and 3yearold daughter were as phyxiated by natural gas which es caped from a Btovo in their home in Niagara Falls Ont Fire at Wilmington N C seriously v damaged the building of tho Wilming ton Candy company Jacobys dry goods store and Schagrlns millinery tore Loss 100000 In a collision near Danville 111 between a Big Four engine and an InterIcar Charles Burnett of Mat 1urbanIll was killed and Conductor Garver of the traction car was serious ly injuredThe consul at Liverpool Eng Colonel De Gelmann was found i dead in bed having been killed by a pistol shot Whether he was mur dered or committed suicide is not yet determined liWiillam C Anderson former assists paying teller of the First National bank of Kansas City Mo pleaded guilty to embezzling 9000 of the banks funds and was sentenced to four years in the pen Japanese are flocking to the Rio Grande border attempting to got Into the United States At New York John J ORourke shot and seriously wounded his wife and committed suicide Domestic woes Fire originating from a defective i gaslighting system destroyed three business blocks in Perry la Loss 100000Nell Florence 45 an actor was found dead in his room at a boardinghouse in New York The apartment was filled with illuminating gas escap ing from two open jets Employes in the blast furnaces in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys were notified that they will receive an Increase of 10 per cent The Increase will affect about 4000 men Baltimore Ohio passenger train No6 while going at a speed of 70 miles an hour was wrecked by spread Ing rails three miles cast of Defiance O Three passengers Injured Mrs Charles Ferguson 60 was burned to death when her home burned down three miles from Hlllman Mich Booker Washington toan address at Charleston W Va asserted the polJofmel 111 burned to death Her clothing caught fire from a stove Henry and William Munger 37 twins were run down and killed by a Grand Trunk passenger train at a crossing between Schoolcraft and Vicksburg Mich- Locomotive of a southbound Mis sour Pacific freight train jumped the track at Oreopolls Neb and turned over killing Fletcher W Kirk fireman and Julius K Miller head brake manA northbound express train on the Philadelphia Washington railroad collided with a local freight train at Newport Del The fireman of the ex press train was killed and several pas sengers were Injured- In a headon collision on the South ern Pacific railroad at Harney Nev 24 parsons were injured Two freight trains on the Pennsyl ranla railroad wore In collision at Columbus O Both badly wrecked- B Houston and F Kruse wore found dead in a room at the Riverside hotel Fort Wayne Ind due to asphyxiation caused by escaping gas At Atlanta Ga Walter Hightowor a painter shot and killed Bessie Jones 22 then turned the weapon on himself inflicting a probably fatal woundA of rural guards had an en counter at Guinea Cuba with five amounted insurgents The two parties changed shots and two of the Insurgents were killed and two were cap turedAt a mass meeting in San Francisco resolutions were adopted denouncing President Roosevelts message on the Japanese question Secretary Met calfs report was declared utterly un worthy of credence Ontario government sold the mining rights in the bed of Lake Cobalt to a syndicate for 1085000 Fire practically destroyed the big St Stanislaus parochial school at Chi cago The loss is about 250000 The cage in the Breeze Trenton Mining companys shaft 10 miles west of Carlyle 111 dropped killing six men and injuring several Mrs Alice Linen McWithey and her two children Helen 6 and Elizabeth 4 were burned to death in a fire that destroyed tholr homo at Pompton Lakes N J Charles Lapoint of Ogdensburg N Y CO was arrested at Marinette Wls on the charge of eloping with his granddaughter Edith Lapoint 15 The girl was also held A Wells Fargo Co oxprtw box said to have contained 30000 was stolen from the companys office at- eReno Nev- PAppointment of James Bryce to bo British ambassador at Washington in succession to Sir Mortimer Durand is admitted by Bryce himself A NOT EMACIATED Hicks Rapidly Recovering From Ef fecta of Entombment Bakersfield Cal Dec 24L B Hicks who was entombed in a mine for nearly 16 days and released at 1125 Saturday night is not emaci ated as was expected He was strong and the stimulants that had been prepared for him were not needed His beard was thick and stubby but not grown out as might have been expect ed His face and hands were dirty but his clothing was fairly clean and in good condition Hicks was born in KentuckyHicks in an interview said To a flickering match to a rock loose and within grasping distance with which to signal at the moment when to have had nothing would have meant death I owe my life After the first shock when consciousness came I did not fully realize the situation I did not for hours I lay there for hours days before I heard any sound I thought for a time after the pipe came in that the men were fooling me as to the duration jof time I had estimated the time In my own way and figured hat I had been In there 12 days beft 4he pipe came In I had tried everything for my baby until DrLyle recommended Casrasweet I can truthfully say it if the best medi cine I ever used for babies My little baby was a mere skeleton from stom ach troubleso bad that she did nqt notice anything but is now entirely well and we can almost see her grow Naunie L Taylor Bedford Va Cas casweet is sold by all druggists IN HIS HOMt Negro Fugitive Is Burned to Death Hunted by Posse Selma Ala Dec 28 Two white men have been badly Injured two ne- groes killed and a third negro wound ed in a shooting scrape near Nicholas vllle Marengo county Alexander Jones a young negro shot and wound ed another negro during a crap game Jones fled and barricaded himself In his house Lee Pope and Zeke Pope white men attempted to arrest Jones when the negro opened fire wounding both A crowd of white men gathered and efforts were made to drive the young negro from his house Bob Jones father of Alexander tried to carry ammunition to his son but was slot dead Several negroes joined the besieging party and one negro for a reward of 5 crept to the house and Oft fire to it Alexander Jones never left the houso and was burned to death in the flames There was not the slightest rupture betn the races whites and blacks joining In the attempt to capture the negro r Half The World Wonders how the other half lives Those wh use Bucklens Arnica Save never won der if it will cure Cuts WoundsBurns Sores and all Skin eruptions they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Rey nolds SL Springfield Ill says I regard it one of the absolute necessities of housekeeping Guaranteed by Severs Drug Company 25c Hotel Burns Bay City Mich Dec 24The Fra ser House the oldest and largest hotel in this city was completely destroyed by fire The flames were discovered by the night clerk who aroused all the guests rH inmates John ONeil the I hotel fi = an was overcome by smoke and is probably fatally injured Albert Brown a guest of the hotel who was sleeping on the fourth floor had a nar row escape from death Finding es cape by the stairway cut off he crawled out on a window ledge Be tore he could be reached with ladders his strength failed and he fell to the electric light wires below There h clung until rescued by the firemen The loss is upwards of 90000 THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail fo JI Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials Slain By fcrrorlri St Petersburg Dec 26The funeral of General Count Alexis P Igna tteff who was shot and killed at Tve on Dec 22 will take place on Dec 26 Tho widow of Count Ignatieff has received telegrams of condolence from the emperor and empress of Russia and from several of the crowned heads of Europe The murder of Count Ignatieff has caused consterna tion among a number of exofficials of the Von Plehve and Sepuagulno regimes who have retired from the field of active administration They now fear that their past records expose them to the same danger of belated I retribution Famine In China Washington Dec 24 Presiden- Roosevelt issued a proclamation calling on the people of the United States to contribute funds for the relief o millions of famine sufferers in China who are on the verge of starvation The president says that ho will ask congress for authority to use ment transport vessels to carry foo to the faminestricken region The to the faminestricken Region Contri buttons may be made either through tho local Red Cross treasurers o through tho department of state f ff OuSLSTOXHuSL J Bur the jhs Kind You Hato Aiwajs Bo- n8igatS i lit f INDIAN RAID IN MEXICO I Laborers Shot Before Any Effort at Defense Could Be Made TENT HOUSES SET ON FIRE Arrival of a Work Train Saves the Lives of an American and His Wife Mexican Troops In Pursuit of the Redskins Terse Story of the Bloody Affair El Paso Tex Dec 28The details of the Yaqui Indian outbreak at Len cho Station on the Cananea Yaqui River Pacific railroad a branch of the Southern Pacific In Sonora Mex ico on Saturday night in which eight Mexicans were killed and all tent houses burned have been received here No Americans were killed al though It is certain that but for the timely arrival of a work train with a largo crew of laborers Foreman Thompson and his wife would have been killed Reports from the same vicinity toll of murders and outrages perpetrated by the Yaquls on Thursday and Friday nights The victims were all Mexicans who were taken by surprise on their lonely ranches For several weeks restlessness has been observed among the Indians but an outbreak was hardly anticipated The usual preparation had been made for a Yaqui attack and most of those killed were shot down before any ef fort at defense could be made The band of outlaw Italians Is said to number about 100 Rumors of their depredations were rife Saturday when many ranchers fled to the towns for safety and reported a number of murders in the district southeast of Guyamas It was not believed how ever that the Yaquls would dare to attack a railroad station Lencho is one of the smallest stations on the Cananea Yaqul River Pacific road About 25 men under Foreman Thompson are employed there engaged in wellboring No sentries had beenm posted and the first intimation of m attack was a volley of rifle shots fired into the tent houses Immediately after the houses were set on fire and by the light of the flames the Yaquls shot at the frightened Mexicans who were trying to escape The reports re coined here say that in addition to the eight men killed at tho station a number of Mexicans wore wounded At a time when tho residents of the camp Including Thompson and his American wife seemed doomed the whistle of a work train was heard and a few minutes later tho train pulled Into the station The crew of tho train immediately went to the assist ance of the people at the station and the Indians took flight Mexican banoQuick changes from hot to cold and back again try strong constitutions and cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing and snuffling coughing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throatall j are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest and positive remedy contains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases are cured in a short time All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York FEUDISTS Engage In a Fray In Which Two Men Are Mortally Hurt Lexington Ky Dec 27Hlram Mullins and his son William were shot and fatally wounded In a feud batle fought at their home with a gang of andeBud Little and John Brewer There had been a feud of long standing be twoen the Little and Mullins families When the men met the Littles fired on the Mullins The latter made a running fight to their home where they barricaded themselves The Lit camerThey surrounded Mullins home firing Winchester rifles and revolvers The house was riddled with bullets and every window was broken The bat tic ceased only when both the Mullins were shot down Over 200 shots wereI fired Hiram Mullins was shot through therhospital here for treatment Banker Sent to Jail Chicago Dec 28W J Atkinson proprietor of the defunct Lincoln bank of Morton Park was sent to Jail In de faul of bonds amounting to 25000 The commitment of Atkinson followed a conference between Attorney Ring er acting for the receiver and United States Marshal Hoy It was reported by the marshal and the attorney to Judgo Landis that Atkinson had not given the receiver any material aid In adjusting the affairs of the bank and the marshal declared that his office remaintwith Atkinson night and day The judge then ordered that Atkinson be bondsfof 25000 TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Tako LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets EdW GROVES signature Is on eac c Sentenced to Death Dayton 0 Dec 28 Roy Fowler electricrchair May 2 for tho murder of his sweetheart Mamie Haggerjy Aug 18 last The murder followed the girls refusal of Fowlers proposal of mill Hng T HAVING A GOOD TIME Was Little Dave Mattingly When His Relatives Notified the Louisville Police of a Lust Joy While the relatives of Dave Matting ly a sixyearold child of Clovcrport Ky who was lost in Louisville for sev eral hours C istmas day were search ing in the city for him the youngster was eiijoyiug himself at the home of Richard McCory at 713 Thirteenth street playing with the children of Mr McCory and their Christmas toys The child was found wandering aimlessly about the streets by Patrolman John Quinn at Thirteenth and Walnut street He was bareheaded and cold and the officer had little trouble in learning that he was lost He wus able to give his name and his address in Cloverport Ky but was unable to say where his grandfather at whose home he was stopping lived in Louisville The patrolman took him to the home of Mr McCory and notified the operator at Central station of the case After spending several hours searching the neighborhood in a vain effort to find the boy the relatives applied to the po lice for assistance and tben learned of his whereabouts The child had come to the city with his parents to spend the day at the home of his grandfather at Twelfth and Dele ware streets and had wandered away from the place Louisville Times Worth Knowing That Allcocks Plasters aro the high oat result of medical science and skill and in ingredients and method have never boon equaled That they are the original and genuine porous plasters upon whose reputation imitators trade That Allcocks Plasters never fail to perform their remedial work quickly and effectuallyThat Weak Back Rheumatism Colds Lung Trouble Kidney Difficul ties Strains and all Local Pains they are invaluable That when you buy Allcocks Plasters you obtain the best plasters made ROCKEFELLERS DONT DRINK John D Jr Explains Why Me is a Tctal Abstainer New York Dec 14The Young Mens Bible Class of the Fifthavenut Baptist church of which John D Rockefeller Jr is the leader held its tenth annual banquet at the Broadway Central Hotel Ice water flowed free ly and Mr Rockefeller told why he was a total abstainer He said To drink a glass of beer is not in Itself more harmful than to eat some kind of indigestible food The single action is not a sin but it is the abuse that the first leads to that is the sin I believe not only in temperance but in total abstinence and this for two reasons Firstbecause both my father and his father as well as my mothers father were strictly temperate second my mature judgment is that while there may be no harm in one glass that one glass leads on to another Therefore I say that one glass is one too many REVIVAL MEETINGS AT HARDINSBURG Hardinsburg Ky Dec 31Spec- ialThe revival which has been in progress at the M E church for some thing more than two weeks closed Sunday evening Miss Mahan of Lon don Kywas the evangelist and she delivered fine series of sermons Al though most of the time the weather was inclement yet nearly every service was attended by a congregation that filled the church That Miss Mahan is a remarkably gifted woman is the opinion of all who heard her All the ministers of the town including the Revs E B English B A Brandon and J H Lennon heartily cooperated in the meeting and lent their active support The pastor of the church the Rev Isaiah Cline is much gratified over the manner in which members of the other churches assisted in the re vival The results were 14 conversions and 7 sanctifications Five were added to the church Blowing Confusion A steam whistle at Muskogee which blows for fires sounds the curfew note advises children when to go to school announces the arrival of the milkman the closing and opening of the stores the rising of the curtain at tho opera house the quitting hour for Government employees the arrival of trains and other things too numerous to mention is driving the Queen City mad The thing that bothers the intelligent citizens when the whistle blows is What in thunder is it blowing for now Kansas City Journal Lc A Officers Sentenced to St Petersburg Dec 25 DeathII martial which has been trying Rear Admiral Nebogatoff and 78 officers of his squadron for surrendering to the Japanese at the battlo of the Sea of Japan on May 28 1905 has handed in its decisions Admiral Nebogatoff Commander Lichino of the coast de fense ironclad General Admiral Aprainc Rear Admiral Gregorlefr of the coast defense ship Admiral Senla vln and Lieutenant Smirnoff who succeeded to the command of the battle ship Nicolai I were sentenced to death but in view ofextenuating cir cumstances and the long and other wise blameless careers of these offi cers the court will petition the emper or to commute their sentences to 10 years imprisonment in a fortress Beats The Music Cure To keep the body in tune writes Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette PlaceIPougbkeepsie NY I take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most re liable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for the Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteed by Severs Drug Company 25c- WITH ACID Railroader and a Woman Kill Them selves In County Jail Elmira N Y Dec 27Frank De lane a railroad man succeeded in a Lold attempt to end his life and the life of a woman who occupied a cell in the Elmira county Jail The woman was Bessie Wells awaiting sentence for abducting a young girl and harbor ing her for Immoral purposes De laney possessed a power of attorney for the woman tad when he called at the jail and stated that he wished to consult her regarding the signing of important papers there was no objec tion on the part of the warden who sent a guard along with him The guard stood close by while the man and woman were conferring together when suddenly Delaney drew from his pocket a bottle of carbolic acid and passed it through the bars The wom an seized it and swallowed the con tents Instantly Delaney pressed a second bottle to his own lips The guard sprang upon him but the man fotight fiercely for a moment and then collapsed He died before a physician could be called When the door of the cell was unbolted the woman lay dying on the floor She died within a short time Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops I Magic Ointment Remember its made al ine for Pilesand it works with cer tainty and satisfaction Itching painful protntdingor blind piles disappear like magic by its use Try it and see Sold by Severs Drug Company Banker Arresien Noblesville Ind Dec 25 William H Roney who was president of the Farmers and Merchants bank of Cicero Ind until It was sold a few days ago was arrested here on a charge of grand larceny and embezzle menteIt is charged that Roney ab stracted several thousand dollars from the bank during his incumbency as president without the knowledge of the other officers Roney gave bond and was released Negro StrikeBreakers San Antonio Tex Dec 2fFrom 130 to 150 members of the Brother hood of Railway Firemen walked out on the San Antonio division of the Southern Pacific Atlantic system Negroes are being substituted for tho striking firemen The firemen have no grievance against the railroad company They claim it is a test strike to determine whether they or the engl neers shall have control of the switch ing crews When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save muchI discomfort In buying salve look for the name on the box to avoid any imi tations and be sure you get the original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by nil druggists Shot Footpads Pawnee Okla Dec 27An un known man Is dead another perhaps fatally injured and Fred Springier a saloonkeeper severely bruised as the result of a holdup Springier was ac costed by two strangers while on his way home Instead of throwing up hs hands as commanded he opened fire and one of the bandits tell dying al most Instantly The other may recover Sprlnglers arm was broken in the melee Prisoner Cremated Birmingham Ala Dec 27The city prison at Jacksonville in Calhoun county was burned and Richard Walker the only inmate cremated Walker was arrested for beating his brother and his wife whom he ran Ssaj home It is not known who set fire tthe jail A Modern Miracle Truly miraculous seemed the reco v ery of Mpg taollie 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Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK AodolFor Indigestion sour stomach palpitation of tho heart Digests wbatyoueat i ff M tuklitMrrA ta rtt atikT isg lr 14 J 8 THE BRECKENRIOQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 2 1907 t til I Quarterly Report OF THK BRECKENRIDGEBANKCloverport At the close of business on the 31st day of December 1906- RESOURCES Loans and discounts f154 529 64 Overdrafts secured 000 Overdrafts unsecured 48574 Duo from NationalBanks 133957 59 Due from state Banks and Bankers 8183 CO Duo panics from Trust CornSRanking House ant lot 37517 r Other ftoal Estate 0 00 Mortgages 0 0p US Bonds 0 gc Other Stocks and Bands 5128 Specie 8889 02 Currency 8023 00 16311 q8 Exchange for Clearings 0 qp Other Items curried as Cash 0 Furniture and Iflxtures 3989 Fund to pay Taxes 0 00 Current Expenses Last Quarter 0 00 Qlvo description loa tlon value and how long owned all real estuto except bunking house aud lot If any owmwl longer than five yours 000 273770 43 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In 00cushBurplus Fund 7 =dy Undivided lrofits 0 00 Duo Depositors as follows Viz Deposits subject to check on which Int Is 11notDeposits subject to chock on which Int Is 00paidDemand certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 000 Time certificates of deposits on which Int Isn 99paidSaving Deposits on whIch ant Is pall Qp Certified Chocks roo 00 2Itl785 Duo National Banks O Duo State Banks and 09Duo 0 qq Cashiers Chocks out nstatS ii = g Unpaid dividends Divi dend No 05 declared this day 3 per cent 1353 00 0 00 unpaidCapital 00 0 OU Fund to pay Oaxes 189 ffJ SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm Including Intho 1- 1blllty of the company or firm the liability of the Individual mem- bersj thereof directlyor indirect lYeIf such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus ot the bank 00- flow Is Indobtednossstated inabove Item 1 secured See Sec 533 Kentucky Statutes lightest umountof lndebtednessot any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of Bans 00 See Sec 583 Kcnturxy Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or drm In cluding in the liability of tho company or firm the liability of the individual mombei thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up NoIfedness Amount of last dlvldendoo Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of ult profits of tho bang for the period covered dividend carried to tho surplus fund be YosSee213 iTO 4 State of Kentucky I County t Breckenridgess recklnrldteDankt Cloverportlnsaide foroffolng retort H In all respects a true stut moutof the condition of the said Bunk at the close ot business on the 31st day o DetfomlVr IROt to the boat ol his knowledg- and belief and furthersiiy thntthe bushwssI of said Hunk has been transacted at the llo I cation named and not elsewhere and that the ebovsi rport lIs made In compliance with- an official mill a received from the Secretor Of State designating the 3Mt day of Decem bar iBOtl MS tho day on which such report shall be made A II SKIIKMAN Cushier W II HowiiKit A It KJSHKU V L LIOIITFOOT Directors Subscribed mid sworn to before me by A B IanuaryWOlFSKILIMANN C My ouoamtalon expires January 15 1003 Lincoln In 1858 I observed a groat commotion among my fellow pamsengct many of whom jumped from their seats and pressed eagerly around a tall man who had just entered the car They addressed him in a most familiar style Hello Abe How are you and so on And he re sponded in the same manner Good evening Ben How are you Joo Glad to see you Dick and there was much laughter at some things he said which in the confusion of voices I could not understand Why exclaimed my companion theres Lincoln himself He prossed through the crowd and in troduced me to Abraham Lincoln whom I then saw for my first time I must confess that I was somewhat startled by his appearance There he stood overtopping by several inches all those surrounding him Although measuring something over six feet myself I had when standing quite near to him to throwmy head backward in order to look into hiss eyes That swarthy face with its strong features its deep furrows and its benignant melancholy cyesis now familiar to every American It may be said that the whole civilized world knows and loves it At that time it was clean shaven and looked even more haggard and careworn than later when it was framed in whiskers On his bead he wore a somewhat battered stove pipe hat His neck emerged long and sinewy from a white collar turned down over a thin Mack nettle His lank ungainly body was dad in a rusty black frock coat With sleeves that should have been long er but his arms appeared so long that the sleeves of a store coat could badly have beet expected to covet j Quarterly Report OF THE Bank of Cloverport At the close of business on the 51st d of December 1906 RESOURCES 810501OverdraftsOverdrafts unsecured 0 Duo from National IluuksT4S2 11 Duo from State Ranks and 000Due 7452 11 and tot 000 Other Real Estate 0 Mortgages 0 88for U S Bonds 0 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 375 5Peclo41002 23 Currency 495T 00 004029 Exchange for Clearings 0 00 Other Items curried as Cash 000 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 oo Fund to pay Tuxes 0 00 Current expenses Last 00X 00 value and how longowncd excoptbanklnjtany owned longer than Jive years 0 62211 33 LIABILITIES Capital StocK paid In In cash 20000 00 Surplus Fund piSOO Undivided Profits 4444 Duo depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check- S on which Interest Is not 12678725Deposits 00DemandpositsI on which Interest 00Timedeposits41Savings00Certified 39745 00DuoDuo State flanks and 00Duo w 000Cashiersing 0 00 8mils rediscounted 0 00 1200Taxes00Fund m TO SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebt edness of any stockhold er person company or firm Including In the lia bility ot the company or drmthellablhtyolthelni ofl directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness ex capital and actual amount ofsur of the bank 11HowIn above Item t secured By mortgage on Real EllIDreckenrldlteCounty theloancumbrances StatutesHighest edness of any director orIofficer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paidup cap 000SeeXDoesedness or any compunyttr firm including lu the liability of the company or firm the lia bility of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup NoIf000Amount 00WereInterest and taxes de ducted therefrom before declaring dividend und was not loss than 10 per cent of net profits of the covJ nod to the surplus fund before snld tilvldend was 00t62211 g State ot Kentucky i County of lireckenrldgo fss j Banek dolnltIofVluvorportly retI j 1 conditionyth J hlknowledgethe business of said Hunk has been transacted i at the locution named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In com i pilance with an official notice received from 31stduysuch report shall be made MAIUON WEATIIERIIOLT Cashier A A SIMONS F P PAYNE R L OELZK Directors Subscribed and sworn to before mo by Ma ofDecember PSlythem all the way down to the wrists His black trousers too permitted a very full view of his large feet On his left arm he carried a gray woolen shawl1 which evidently served him for an over coat in chilly weather His left hand held a cotton umbrella of the bulgin kind and also a black satchel that bore the marks of long and hard usage His right hand had been kept free for handshaking of whick there was no end until every body in the car seemed to be satisfied I had seen in Washington and in the West several public men of rough appearance but none whose looks seemed quite so uncouth not to say grotesque as LincolnCarl Schurz iin McClurosMont111 The cage In the Breeze Trenton Mining companys shaft 10 miles west of Carlyle ill dropped killing six men and injuring several Mrs Alice Linen McWithey and her two children Helen 6 and Elizabeth pdestroyedLakes N J a Charles Lapoint of Ogdcnsburgr N by T GO was arrested at Marinette WIs on the charge of eloping with his tilgranddaughter Edith Lapolnt 15 The girl was also held A Wells Fargo Co express box said to have contained 30000 was stolen from the companys office at Reno Nev- Appointment of James Bryce to bei to British ambassador at Washington In lueceislon to Sir Mortimer Durand if U admitted by Bryw nlmitlf he t i IRVINGTON ITEMS A General RoundUp Of the ayNews Of the Town and Vicinity Miss Ellen Munford loft Tuesday for guestppMiss B Ada Drury accompanied by her cousin Miss Hallie Moore of Houston Texas will leave this week Louisville after spending the holi days with Mrs R B McGlothlan 00Mrs J B Horndon and daughter Eva returned Sunday from Louisville whore thoy have boon for the past six weep tho guests of Mrs J M Lydings Mr Johnnie Bercher of Branden burg was in town Monday on business An enjoyable surprise was given Miss Ellen Munford at her home last Tues 00day evening Those present were Misses Hallie Moore Lucile Cunning ham Mabel McGlothlan Essie Biggs Willia Drury Eva McGlothlan Jessie Brady Messrs Hilliard Biggs Louis Jolly A B Suter Hubert Piggott Edwin Jolly and Will Biggs Mr and Mrs A B Coleman are at home after a short visit to their daugh ter Mrs Reeser at Stithton All the college boys left Tuesday for their respective places for another six months of hard work e0blr and Mrs H H Kemper returned home Saturday from their bridal trip East 44Rev E W Graves and family have returned after being the guests of rel ativos and friends in Owensboro for several weeks Mrs R B McGlothlan will open the private school noxt Monday morning promptly at eight oclock Mr W B Biggs left Tuesday for Arkansas to be gone some time travel i ing Mrs G N Lyddan and baby left Monday for EHzabethtown where she will be with relatives for a visit of a monthMiss L B McGlothlan arrived Sun day from Henderson for an indefinite visit to her brother Mr T N Mc GlothlanHilliard Biggs leaves today for Louisville to accept a position in the Kreiger drug store Miss Luella Carr returned to Eliza bethtown Monday after being the guest of Miss Lucile Cunningham dur ing the holidays Miss Cunningham accompanied Miss Carr home for a sev eral days visit Mrs Bell Bruier of St Louis ar rived Saturday for a short visit to Mrs J P Wimp- A skating party was given by the young people of the town last Wednes day evening at Mr Taylor Dowells pondRev J W Thompson preached two splendid sermons at the Baptist church Sunday Good congregations at both services Union prayer meeting at the Baptist ohurch Wednesday evening at 715 oclock Everybqdy is cordially invited to come Miss Vista Lyons left for Elmington Va last week after being the guest of her sister Mrs G O Bailey eMr and Mrs Bate Washington and grandson William Major of Louisville came home Saturday after spending a week in Louisville the guests of theirC daughters Mrs Bud Neafus and son Lamare have returned from Louisville whore they spent a few days the guests of Mrs Neafus sister Mrs Ernest Gal loway Enjoyable Reception The reception held in the Methodist church Wednesday evening was attend ed by many and an impromtu but quite an enjoyable program was given by the Sunday school talent During the evening fruits and orangeade were j served to all present The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion by an appointed com mittee Production of Gold In 1905 The production of gold in the United States increased from 3910729 ounces valued at 80835648 in 1904 to 4265 742 ounces valued atJ88180711inI905 an increase of 355013 ounces in quanity and of 7345063 in value Fate of Hicks Burial Alive It was a great Christmas Day for Hicks of Bakersfield Snatched from the bowels of the earth aad in possession- of all the plug tobacco and whiskey that were good for himhe spent his time between drinks opening telegrams from producers of the popular drama Rumor with her tongue in her cheek that a pay envelope of 1000 week was offered the rescued miner rivals for his services in the legitimate Hicks now has the ball at his feet un he ceases to be a curiosity He may appear in the dynamite drama as the hero of Darted Alive or do a turn iu vaudeville or be a mere freak in a circus booth He will certainly be modelled- in wax And Hicks when obscure used bo happy on two dollars a day Fate has played Hicks an amazing trick and he keeps the head which he handwill be a phenomenon New York San m BABYS TORTURING SKIN HUMOR Ears Looked as if They Would Drop OffBody Entirely Covered Face Mass of Sores Three Doctors Could Not CureChild Grew WorseFace and Body Now Clear S CURED BY CUTICURA IN TWO WEEKS FOR 75cIII Mrs George JStccsc of 701Cobum St Akron Ohio tells in the following- letter I nf nnnfhcr of those remarkable mors cures disfiguring of torturingI I by Cuticura Soap assisted by Cuticura Ointment after physicians and all else had failedII I feelitmydutyto pa rents of other poor suffering babies to tell you what Cuti cura has done for my little daughter She broke out all over her body with a humor and we used everything recommended but without results I called in three doctors they all claimed they could help her but sho continued to grow worse Her body was a mass of sores and her little face was being eaten away her cars looked as if they would drop off Neighbors advised me to get Cuticura Soap and Ointment and before I had used half of the cake of Soap and box of Ointment the sores had all healed and my little ones face and body were as clear as a newborn babes I would not be without it again if it cost five dollars instead of seventyfive cents which is all it cost us to cure our baby after spending many dollars on doctors and medicines without any benefit whatever Complete External aid Internal Treatment for erery Humor from Simple to Scrofula from lihney to Ale tondding of Cutkura 8oap 25c Ointment 6Oe Resoles tnt dec CII1 form of Chocolate Coated Pllt Ye per Tlal- of 110 ma be hac of all drunill A Inll et onen cure the most dbtrelog tarn when ell other remedl and uen the beI hydelanfall roller Drul Chem Orp sole ProP Dorton MI nDrWoman Suffrage in Australia The argument that women will not vote is completely disproved by Austra lian experience They not only vote but they vote in continually increasing numbers as time goes on and they be come educated up to a sense of their political responsibilities and alt that these imply Not all the States dis criminate in their returns between men and women voters but those that do show something like the following In South Australia at the last general election 59 per cent of the men on the rolls voted and 42 per cent of the women in Western Australia 49 per cent of the men and 47 per cent of the women voted at the last Federal elec tion 56 per cent of the men voted and 40 per cent of the women None of the Australian States has yet reached the extraordinary record of New Zea j land where in 1902 nearly 75 per cent of the women electors recorded their votes as against 76 per cent of their jbrothersNorth American Review The Business GIrl asa Vife I She should make the best sort be cause she knows the worries that beset a man in business j She understands the value of money having had to work for it herself She has probably learned to dress neatly and carefully without extrav aganceShe knows by experience the work ers need of a quiet restful home at the days end She has learned in her business car eer the necessity of system in all work She knows the unfairness of loading the business person down with house hold errands She knows how easy it is to be detained at the office and therefore wont fret if dinner is kept waiting She knows that there ate bigger things in the universe than the trifling little personal things that happen to bet each day Her own experience has taught her that it is only in a cheerful peaceful home lit by the light of love that the worker can find strength and refreshment to start each days toil anew Northwestern Christian Advocate An Urbane English Opinion Woman is less civilized than man be cause she is more emotional Physical I conditions account for the greater emo I tionalism of woman and since as far as we are aware nothing can alter those physical conditions woman must j always be less civilized than man Hearthand Home John F Chandler to R L Nowsom t and John C Mattingly one lot and house in Eastland known as the Tom Ccley property Consideration 1500 00 1I a a4Li a i y yw tty4a + f- Yy t 1r1It 4tiY1t tT 3e JYii as4 a IAS Partners CfPf t By JOSEPH C B itI 0 4 IY Continued from First Page ea briskly infotlie waiting room ana slammed the door behind him Hellol ho hailed pulling off a buck skin glove and holding out a big hand to the stage driver Barney hows she headln- I comb he exclaimed Whered you drop from Thought you was some whores oft the coast between New York and Portland Jest bout now Got shore leave for a fortnlt or so said the newcomer unbuttoning his overcoat with n smart Jerk and throw Ing it wide open Schooner sprung a leak off Gay head last trip and shes hauled up at East Boston for repairs Dirty weather aint 1t4 Hello Lon How are you Ike Mr Clark and his friend grinned and responded How ore you Capn Ez in unison The arrival was a short thickset man with a sunburned face sharp eyes hair that was a reddish brown sprin kled with gray and a close clipped mustache of the same color Ho woro a blue overcoat over a blue suit and held a cigar firmly lu one corner of his mouth His movements were quick and sharp and he snapped out his sen tences with vigor Full cargo tonight he asked of Mr Small who was buttoning his overcoat and pulling on his gloves Pretty nigh an empty hold was the reply Only bout one and a haf golu over Youre the one and the boy heres the bat All aboard Come on Brad You and the capn git Inside while me and Dan glt the dunnage on the rack The boy picked up the crfrpet bag and followed Mr Small out to the rear platform of the station where the coach an old fashioned dingy vehicle drawn by four sleepy horses stood waitingCaptain Titcomb followed his over coat flapping In the wind Here Barney he observed have a cigar to smoke on the road Have one Dan Here Lou heros a couple for you and Ike Whos the little teller he added in a whisper to the station agentBen Nickersons boy from Well mouth Hes comln down to Orham to live with the old maids Theyve adopt ed him The old maids Not the old maids Not Prissy and Tempy Yup All right Barney Im corn In The station agent hurry away to help the driver with the captains sea chest and its owner apparently over come with astonishment climbed mute ly Into the coach where his fellow passenger bad preceded him The old vehicle rocked and groaned as tho heavy chest was strapped on the racks behind Then It tipped again as Mr Small climbed clumsily to the drivers seat All ashore thats goln shore shout ed Mr Small So long Dan Git dap Twoforty The whip cracked the coach reeled on its springs and the whole equlpago disappeared In the snow and black ness 0S S The boy Bradley Nickerson bad never ridden In a stagecoach before and after ten or fifteen minutes of Jolt and roll he decided that ho never wanted to I ride In one againISuddenly Captain Titcomb who had been silent so far spoke Heavy sea on tonight he observed Pears to me Barneyd better take a reef Shes rollln consider bleIThe boy laughed and said Yes sir Goln all the way to Orham askedI the captain Yes sirII Got folks over there I presume likely Friends or nothin but jest re lations Relations II guess So Well Ive got a good many re lations over there myself Fact is Ive got relations deems to me most everywheres Father used to have so many of em that when he went vis itln he used to call It goln cousinln My names Titcomb What do they call you when your back aint turned The boy laughed again In a puzzled way he scarcely knew what to make of his questionerand said that his name was Bradley Nickerson Nickerson hey That settles It I youre a Capo Codder Minute I meet anybody named Nickerson I always I know theyve got the same kind of I sand In their bopts that I have Is it 1 Obed Nickerson folks youre goln to seeNo 1 sir Im goln to live with Miss Prlscllla Allen Her and her sister They was some of mothers people Sho well I swan muttered the the jE1 IIIIIprofI Tide r r r r t r1t TitF captain njHsy and Tempy i f Then Dan want foolln And your goln to live with em Yes sir Do you know em Who me Oh yes I know emj Im a particular friend of thelrsthat Is he added cautiously I call on enY once In awhllo Jest to say How are you Why You didnt hear any og them fellers at the depot say anything bout mo and them did you No Well all right I Jest thought Oh yes tf know em Nice folks as ever was but what you might call n little mite sot in their ways Do you always wipe your feet when you come Into the house J Why whyyes sir If I dont foriI get Itr4 All right Its a good habit to glf into specially lf youre goln to walk on Prissys floors Sometimes ve 1inJ wonder If I knew your father What was his name of Bradley told his fathers name and In response to the captains tactful quqsji tlonlng ji good deal more besides In fact before long Captain Titcomb knew all about the boy where he came 11111thelearned that his companion command i ed the coasting schooner Thomas Dane that he had been a sailor ever since he was fourteen that ho had ittr marvelous fund of sea yarns and knew how to spin them and that he Brad Icy liked him Band by the captain noticed that the boys replies to his cheerful obser vations were growing rather Incoher ent and suspecting the reason he ceased to talk A few minutes later ho leaned forward and smiled to find hid fellow traveler who had slipped down upon the cushion fast asleep I When Bradley awoke Captain Tit comb was standing on the ground by the open door of the coach Good night Brad he said Heres where Im bound for Youve got n five minute ride or so more fore you glt to the old maithat Is to Prissy and Tempys Ill see you toinorrer You and mes goln to be chums you know The door was shut Mr Small strUck up Camptown Races and the star J bumped on again This time the did not Bleep but holding on to strap tried to peer through the s crusted window He saw a light here and there but little else After a short interval the coach turned a sharp cor ner rolled on for perhaps twice Its length and then stopped Mr Small opened the door and Brad ley looking past him saw tho side of a largo house and a lighted doorway with two female figures one plump and the other slender standing In lfci From behind them the lampllgjbi streamed warm and bright and sent their shadows almost to his feet J Come on bub said the stage drlvI er Heres where you git out Miss Prissy he shouted heres your new boarder a7 71 CHAPTER II p HE plump woman whom Mr rI Small had addressed as Miss Prissy was counting Into ther stage drivers palm a sum in swami change from a portentous black wallet that fastened with a strap 3 pocketlug gle Like the boy he had been careful not to step off the mat Goodnight Miss Tempy Snows lettln up a1 little mite Guess twill be clear by jThohind him Just In time to shut out the opening notes of the Sweet By ad Intsthethelatterf of drawers In the comer turned Tho key upon It and put the key under the alabaster candlestick on the mantel Then she turned to the boy who hold ing his carpet bag with both handsf tvblle1theBradley said the plump ladyen was dressed In some sort of black mitf- A 1 AA collart braided lock of hair in the center ottit YOUJIm you1Shelearneciilater slstere larkbreaatnlnt l To be continued TonicIMSIWIItottIIIt1i 41 d r 4 MNUfcaT elCt1ft 1urt JWir P- rf 1 y