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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSet I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1907 8 Paes NO 26 1 r 11 TEMPERANCE r + MEETING broure Called For Thursday Night To em Promote the Cause of Local that 1em Option are ty of thingAmeeting of the temperance advo Well cates of Cloverport has been called for sl X Thursday night at the Methodist I butchurch It is earnestly desired that I 1 satevery citizen of Cloverport who is inter w thetheI liquor traffic in this cify should be pres t forant and lend his or her influence to f the cause which should be championed o glt i by every Christian walk I The decision rendered by Judge 1ntChelf in the Circuit Court to the effect- S that the election which resulted in a- rBI t victory for the whisky element was il Whatlegal thereby making the operation of nd Insaloons I in Cloverport a violation of theI qugslaw was a victory for the temperance J In advocates The latter now propose to comb follow up this victory by every means came possible to rid the town of the whisky td allevil part The decision of Judge Chelf will be l dcarried to the Court of Appeals where t Da a final hearing will be had Should tad ever tt Judge CheWs opinion be sustained by knewthe supreme court Cloverport will be Brad rid of the saloon once again To this end the meeting for Thursday night is that called and no friend of temperance Ibser should shirk a duty by absenting him oher self from this meeting t he APPEALddown TitWhiskyl People Are Grasping at td bytheLast Straw I A I ieres t Hareinsbvrg Ky Jan 8 a five f The contestees in the Cloverport Local glt tor Option case have signified their inten Siou10Chelfs recent decision by executing a trucksupersedas bond in the circuit court star They have until the first day of the next February term within which to prepare t md a bill of exceptions s Cureheroshort d i To keep the body in tune writes I cor Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place e Its Poughkeepsie NY I take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most reo Brad Fliahle and pleasant laxative I have found Best for the Stomach Liver n mand ny Bowels Guarantetd by Severs In It Drug Compauv Sjc OSENtlent4 driv At a meeting of the F A M Dllas i i lodge on last Saturday nlghtthefollow new ing new officers were elected for the en iININj suing year C W Hamman W M J S Young I Mri d r S W B M Currie J W Chas MissB Skillman Secy A B Skillman 0 the Treas J Byrne Severs S D David tin In ltj Phelps J D Carl Lishen Tyler Joe black I Allen and J W Pate Stewards k The lodge is in a flourishing nditi n- Ckjlet 1 and has just closed a most successful numbersvery in the neighborhood of ninety up at Why Washington Dines Early tr by kj Washington dines early In most Ir be i cities throughout the country the peo tt the pie take their dinner late in the evon and ii ing but this is not true of Washing Into t tonians Most of the people of this oity strap eat the evening meal between 5 and 7- the oarlock The early evening dinner i- c est yarticularly characteristic of Washing thetdn boarding houses and private fami sntellies r The rule to a certain extent als hold k applies to the various hotels cafes and andsrestaurants VbUe The reason for the early dinrier of the dm residents of the nations capital is ob shevipus Approximately there are 50000 C maj Government employees in the DIstrict c tbol The various departments close at 430 1lofoclock in the afternoon In most cases yowlthe clerks and officials have had only dater ismall lunCh at noon Perhaps the noon r meal is secured at a nearby restauran Afire tor dairy lunchroom In many instance- you h the employees carry their lunches I and After a hard days vork naturally the goodnppetitesH in Washing regulacurier =litdinners and have the repast ready to 1111 serve by 5 oclock The boarding house keepers too realize that their guests t appreciate an early dinner and conse r quently the table is ready for the cus ik tqmer at 5 oclock or shortly afterward ctr in the large hotels dinner of course served early and late The cafe and a restaurant proprietors some of them have late meals in readiness for their customers but the rule is not general Washington Herald A J r t Y FIR AT IRVINGTON Does Considerable DamageHer oism Displayed By Citizens Averts a Disastrous Conflagration The heroic efforts of several citizens of Irvington in all probability saved the little city from the most disastrous fire in its history As it was the storehouse and stock of goods of S Bi Payne Co was burned andii the McCoy Hotel was partially destroyed entailing a loss upon its pro prietors Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy with no insurance The bucket brigade did nobler work and to the citizens comprising it is due the salvation of the town The heroism displayed by old and young was most commendable The hero of the hour was Mr Ed Shellman aSsisted by Messrs Ben Pates Taylor Haynes and others of the bucket brigade Mr Shelman in the face of death cut his way into the burning hotel and with the assistance of Messrs Bates and Haynes and others subdued the flames Tfiose composing the bucket brigade were Ed Shellman Ben Bates Tay lor Haynes Dr Paul Dempster Thos Blythe Owen Keys Craton Claycomb Lewis Jolly Pap Smith Lum Smith Jim Biggs Dad Arnold Elijah Cleaver Weldon Board Mat Johnson Thos Monk Brown Ernest Jones Jas Jarnett WALKING ON THE OHIO Prof Oldreive Wagers 5000 That He Can Traverse the Ohio In a Given Tune Walking on the waters of the Ohio and staking a wager that he will make the trip from Cincinnati to Now Orleans in forty days C U Oldreive is expected to past Cloverport today on his unprecedented tour of the waters pf the Ohio on foot Oldreivo has wagered a stake of 5000 with a Boston clti2en tHat he will completp the jour ney within the time limit Prof Oldreive wears cedar boots and is called the human boat II His wife the champion oarswoman of the world precedes him in a launch and is at nand to assist should a mistiap befall himFARMERS EXCHANGE Established In Cloverport to Sup ply Farmers With Provisions in Exchange For Grain A Farmers Exchange has been opened in Cloverport for the purpose of supplying the farmers of the county with flour meal and other provisions taking in exchange therefor all kinds of grain The Exchange will be of great ad vantage to farmers who can be supplied with flour and other provisions immediately upon the delivery of their grain Mr H H Hardin has the manage Exchanges Died in Louisville PrinzoSchank occurred in Louisville on Tues day of last week Death was due to bronchitisMrs with her widowed mother Mrs Lou Prinz formerly lived in Cloverport Though her given name was Rose she was better known by Lolla and the people here will remem SchankaIwas much beloved by the people of heretdeathsDeceased was thirtyfive years ofage andytwo small children survive Messrs J cYand E F Nolte of this city are nephews of the deceased The burial was in Cave Hill cemetery Moves to Victoria Mr Ben Brown of Victoria was here Saturday Mr Brown has just EvansIf you want to make your wife happy get bet a sack of Lewisport Flour told ia Cloverport by Preston Williams and OCoanell 1 Nei = f THE SPREAD EAGLE I Hauls Into Port at This Place Monday On Way to Jef fersonville The passenger boat Spread Eagle hauled into port at this place on Monday at noon She is the largest passenger boat that has floated this part of the Ohio in fifteen years The Spread Eagle belonging to the St Louis and Alton Packet Co is on its way to Jeffersonville to secure a now boat for the company The Spread Eagle is the largest pas senger boat that has made this port slnce the Will S Hays plied from Cin cinnati to New Orleans During the stop here Captain Wm Lye in command of the Spread Eagle visited his cousin Mrs Anna May whom he had not seen for thirty years GREAT LESSON Of Giving Praise And Expressing Our Honest Approval We Should All LearnII i We all of us need to learn more the great lesson of giving praise We are frightfully afraid to praise in this worldI far more ready to criticise than to approve I There are always hundreds ready to find fault and to overcome the effects that petty criticism and senseless faultfinding frequently have with the best of us it should be the duty of us all to say the word of honest approv al whenever it comes to our heart to say it We leave kindly words too often unexpressed in the heart Let us speak themor write them when we feelI them and the world will be an easier and a better place for thousands of us Two wellknown writers recently met and one complimented the other upon a recent piece of work I meant to write to you at the time but 1 knew hundreds would arid so I didnt want to add to your mail he added Hundrods said the author why man nota soul wrote me a word of praise only a score or more to find faultThe two men then made a compact that thereafter whon something was Written painted acted 01 achieved by any one whether or not they knew the man or woman that particularly pleased them or that they approved of they would say so in a note These two men have done this and the sur prise with which their words of approv al have been met was a revelation to them in showing how scarce was hon estlyexpressed approval The Ladies Home Journal Fresh Australian Eggs For London A fresh development in the egg trade is now being brought before the notice of the London produce merchants and may prove be iificial to the heat body of consumers For some years poultry farming has been taken up more and more by farmers and others in South Australia and the quantity of eggs produced has increased so much that the local and Commonwealth markets cannot absorb the supply It has there fore become necessary to export To this end the South Australian Government undertook to advance the freight on a small trial shipment the produc ers themf elves supplying the eggs with the result that 700 cases of eggs were shipped by the steamship Britannia and arrived in London Monday last They were graded packed and chilled at this Government Produce Export De partment Port Adelaide none but ab solutely fresh laid eggs being accepted As the result of the care taken to grade and pack the eggs have arrived it is declared in first class condition The eggs have not been frozen they were merely chilled in the temperature prov ed after careful experiments to be most suitable Although they have traveled 13000 miles and have reached London about seven orjeight weeks after laying the consistency of the albumen and the condition of the yolks arc satisfactory the eggs will boll poach or fryLon don Daily Mail ADDITIONAL LOCAL Call at Prestons for the best flour Call for the Lewisport flour ou sale at OConuella Preston sells Lewicport flour the best ia the market There is BO better flour on the market It Is made at Lewisport Williams sells it WEDDINGS AT- HARDINSBiJk6 Items of Much Importance in Our Neigboring Town On New Years dayat 3 oclock in the afternoon at the home of the brides parents occured the marriage of Miss Edith Durham to Mr Louis Ziegler o Richiand Oregon The Rev B A Brandon pastor of the M E church South pronounced the marriage cere mony in a beautiful and impressive manner in the presence of a number of relatives and friends The bride is the attractive accomplished daughter of Mr James Durhem who is one of the wealthiest farmers of the county Mr Ziegler is a prosperous ranchmam and a highly esteemed young man They will leave for their new home next week D C Heron of Irvington who is buy ing timber for a Louisville companywas here a few days of last week on business in connection with his firm John W Miller who is purchasing to bacco for the American Tobacco Co ha bought about 175000 pounds within the last two weeks He purchased the large crops of Percy M Beard Tom Beard and Milt West paying them the top price He is an experienced man in the business and is a fine judge of the quali ty and value of the weed He is now lo cated at CloverpoA He purchased 90000 pounds last week The County board of supervisors met here Monday to revise the assessors book Tha board is composed of G W Beard W G Smart W S Cart John Alexander and Vennie Moorman It will probably be in session the full term o eight days Miss Oma Lee Yates was married t J H Wood on Sunday evening Jan 6 at 6 oclock at Freedom church The wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev Green Cundiff pastor of the church A large audience composed of friends and relatives assembled to witness the marriage After the wedding they were driven to the home of the grooms parents where a reception was tendered them The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Horace Yates and is an at tractive young lady with a wide circle of friends Mr Wood is a carpenter and painter by trade and a young man of splendid standing and character The will make their home at this place Mrs W A Waker and children will return home this week after a visit to Mr and Mrs L B McCubbins at Tell CityMrs Blanche Read went to Louisville Monday afternoon to be the guest of re lative Qua terly Court last Monday Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Glen deane was the guest of Mr and Mrs IY R Murray last week Misses Margaret and Evelyn Bear and Della Kincheloe of Kingswood Col lege spent Sunday here at their respec tivo homes Louie B May of Seattle Wash spent a few days of last week here visit ing his mother Mrs Margaret May Mr May is a prosperous real estateI dealer in the Washington metropolis Mr and Mrs Orla Woolfolk of Bran denburg were the guests of relatives here the first of last week I B Gable of Evansville was 1 InI town the first of the week Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard were the guests of Mr and Mrs D S Rich ardson at Union Star several days of last week Mrs Tom Gregory of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs S D McGill Saturday Dr J T Baker who has been ill for the past two weeks is improving- Dr E F Day returned home Satur day from a visit to his parents at Short CreekWave Lewis of Continental 0 i visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T Lewis i A Correction The remains of Mrs Mary Jane Basham were interred at Raymond Instead of Stephensport as was stated iin last weeks News How LookSlim If you wish to look slim dont dress in white or lightcolored materials Shun all large patterns Stripes are more becoming than spots or checks but narrow not broa stripes should be worn Choose a ma terial the pattern of which rUns in per pendicular lines Short skirts are still very Becoming flowing draperies onthe other hand give grace FIRE AT IRVINGTON I The Little City Suffers Bad Loss Other News Notes of the Town and Vicinity Irvington Ky Jau 8Our little city was thrown into a state of excite ment Sunday at noon by the call of fire and Itwas discovered that the i wnsfon fire and beyond control but with the heroic efforts of the bucket brigade the McCoy hotel was saved but damaged to the extent of about 500 Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy who occupy and operate the MCoy house are greatly damaged with no insurance The hotel is owned of by R S Bandy who had no insurance on the building Shellman Cos bank was slightly damaged Men and boys worked bravely urged by the good women to save the hotel for in its loss a whole row of buildings would have gone Mrs T N McGlothlan gave an info mal reception Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 p m assisted by her two daugh ters Misses Eva and Mabel McGlotb stan Miss Lillie McGlothlan and Mrs a D C Heron The house was tastefully decorated in white and green The fol lowing ladies were in attendance Mesdames Edwin Graves Lon B Moor man James Bate Herndon Robert I Baber McGlothlan John Roberts Wimp Ferd H McGehee Bate Washington Charlie Chamberlain Walter J Piggott David C Heron Nannie Jolty Wathen Misses B Ada Drury Hallie Moore Anna Lee Bendy Willa J Drury Essie Biggs Iva and RAcheal Mudd All those who sustained a loss in the fire have many faiends who will gladly flend any assistauce in their power and Payneowill rebuild their business house and resume their work at the same place at an early date We are delighted to hear talk of a Commercial Club in Irvington There is always good accomplished when the business men of a town get to working in harmony We shall look for great improvements along many Hues Luther Wilson was the only one in of jured by the fire He lost a finger C M McGlothlan of West Point spent Sunday here the guest of rela lives yHubert Piggott left last week to ie of sume school duties at Terre Haute Iud Mr and Mrs J T Lewis anti family have returned to Cloverport after a two weeks stay here Mr and Mrs H H Kemper have returned from Big Spring v Mrs Lou Bishoff and family leave this week for their future home at is FrankortKD who has a traveling position with a lumber company of lastdweekThe Rev Graves filled his two regular a appointments here Sunday and gave to the people two splendid practical ser monsMiss Ellen Mumford is in Louisville for a two veeks visit Mrs Anna W Herndon left last week for Louisville tp spend January aud February with her sister Mrs Tydings Mis Eva Hetndon is improving rapidly from an Attack of typhoid fever and expects to cave tat Nashville I Tenn just as soon as she liable to visit sisterMiss McCehee leaves shortly for Gulfport Miss fUee her sister Mrs MACk Avitt Her Little Game As a married couple were walking down one of the main thoroughfares of a city the husband noted the attention which other women obtained from pass ersby and remarked to his better half Folks never look at you I wish I lookingCThe woman tartly replied Its your fault Do you think a man 111I stare at me when youre walking with me You step behind and see whether men dont look at me The husband hung back about a dozen yards and for the length of theI street was surprised to see every man his wife passed stare hard at her and even turn around and look afterher Sure lassiel he exclaimed as he rejoined her I was Wrong and take it youdr looks againtI The wife had made a face at every man she metLadies Home Journal Morrison fir Calhoun dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensbore Ky 11 I c 0 i tt SMALL BlAZE At the St George Hotel Came Near Causing Disastrous Fire The timely discovery of a blaze in the 1 upper rooms of the St George hotel by Mr A R Fisher on last Monday morning averted disastrous fire Mr Fisher was on his way to his drug store at about seven oclock when he discovered smoke issuing from the room and a large blaze playing about the window He ran into the house and notified the occupants who rushed into the room to find it a mass of flames The presence mind of Mrs Jordan the proprie tress probably saved the house from total destruction She grabbed a large feather bed which was on fire and throwing it against the walls which were also ablaze succeeded in smothering the flames Buckets of water were dashed upon the burning furniture and the fire was put out The fire is supposed to have originated from the explosion of a lamp which was left burning in a room occupied by drummer the night previous No in surance was carried on the building However the loss is trival I had tried everything for my baby until DrLyle recommended Cascasweet can truthfully say it is the beet medicine I ever used for babies My little baby was a mere skeleton from stom ach troubleso bad that she did not notice anything but is now entirely well and we can almost see her grow Nannie L Taylor Bedford Va Cas casweet is sold by all druggists THE POSTOFFICE IN PRIVATE HANDS W D Boyce a business man of Chi cago has made on behalf of a syndicate a proposition to take over the poetofike department and operate theme as a private affair for public benefit Boyce agrees to pay the govern ment rental for the postoffice buildings and to pay to the government also all I the profits above seven per cent on the investment He guarantees that he will reduce the present rate of post age by onehalf that he will extend the rural free delivery so that every farm er in the land will have the advantages that service and that hu will add a postal express department so that packages may be distributed by the rural carriers outside the mail If the Republican loaders hostility toward public utilities is well grounded why not give serious consideration to this Chicago proposition This hostility not however well grounded Men know that with all of its present day shortcomings the postal department in the hands of the government gives to public affairs bettor service than it would in private hands When any one proposes to place under private control public department so near and dear to the people as the potofflce thee is no difficulty in convincing oven thought less Republicans that the suggestion is indefensible and intolerable As this is true with respect to a monopoly in the postoffice so is it true with rereset to A monopoly in any of the necessaries of life A private mon opoly is indefensible and intolerable The Commoner Beautiful Gowns and Jewels Worn at Reception The gowns worn at the White House reception were exceptionally fine white ones predominating Mrs Roosevelt wore a pale pink brocaded satin with long train and much lace on the bodice Mrs Root was in white satin and point lace Mrs Shaw white lace and em broidered chiffon Mrs Taft net over pink silk Mrs KonapartCj white brocaded satin with gold and black em broidery diamond necklace and earrings and white plumes in her hair Mrs Metcalf pompadour silk Mrs Straus white satin empire gown with velvet and with diamond ornaments Mrs Loeb wife of the secretary to the President nile green satin embroidered with tiny rosebuds Mrs Nicholas Longsworth a particularly beautiful gown of dark green velvet made prin cesse with very long train long old fashioned earrings of pearls and diamonds a superb pearl necklace which was her wedding gift from Cuba and a diamond necklace in addition Miss Gladys Roosevelt white satin and chiffon and Mrs Whitelaw Reid wife of the American Ambassador to Eng land white satin with crystal and silver trimmings and superb diamonds New York Sun h- tI r THRhRECKENRIDE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 9 1907 2 O fF 4 tPartnersif 01 i t I B- yJOSEPHflf LINCOLN C Iiiree f t- t 4n I+ Author of Cap n En 3 t t 0 Copyright 1 DOS by A S Dimes c Co i I rZtwitf t +k wit eke441s r tr t rVr +rr r t to r r r r r r f r irtr r r r Bradley shook the extended hands Miss Prissys red and dimpled and Alinet illlil K tuff Mlllt will to WltU two old fashioned rings on the fingers Wont yon wont yOU sot down vontored MIss Tompy nftor a rather awkward pause Why yes of course sold Miss Prissy and take your things right off doBradley placed the carpetbag on the corner of the unit and pulled oft the shabby overcoat The Jacket and trousers beneath were also shabby but It was at his shoes that Miss Prissy glanced and oddly enough their con dition served to break the formality My goodness mel she ejaculated Jost look at his pour feet Temp Allen Come right over to the stove this minute and take off those shoos Theyre soppln wet through No maam protested the boy They aint honest They only look so Dont tell mud commanded Miss Prissy Go right over to the stove this minute Bradley reluctantly obeyed stopping gingerly across the spotless oilcloth and taking as lung strides as possible It did not add to his comfort to see miss Tompy shekel the melting snow Into the center of the rope mat fold the latter carefully together and dis appear with it Into the kitchen Miss Prissy piloted him to the chintz covered rocker bjr the big airtight stove Then she proceeded to nulacu the patched brogans commenting In an undertone upon the condition or the stockings beneath Im frald said Bradley fearfully that Ive got some snow water on your floor maam Dont say a word Think goodness your feet aint so wet us1 I thought they was Put em right on the roll of tit stove there while I go up to the gar ret and get those slippers of fathers Ill be right back She hurried out of the room Just HI her sister entered It by the other door Now set right still said Miss Tem py bantling about with the steaming teakettle in her hand Im loin to make you some pepper tee Theres nothln In be world like pepper tea when youre likely to catch cold Pepper t4a was a new prescription for the boy and he watched with Inter eat while Miim Tempy turned soma milk Into a howl flooded It with boll lag water added a spoonful of sugar and rigorously shook the pepper box over the mess Tbere she said Now drink that every drop Alnt yw bungryr- Bradley with tears In his eyes the result of the first wallow of pepper tea gaspingly protested that be wasnt hunarry not very The sight and smell of the loaded supper table were so tempting that the denial was rather halfhearted Not very When did you have any thing to eat last rMr Kirtletth the Klectman at Wellmoutb gave we a1 sandwich at the depot tore I started maam sad II bought u turnover at lluruis- My sakes 1r14t j her sister who came rustling lube hasnt et a thing bit a sitndwieb and a turnover since morning Now come right over tot the table Bradley dud set down As the tiny ate he looked about the room It was u big room with a low veiling spotlessly whitewashed The oilcloth on the floor was partially covered with braided rag mats with cur pet centers On tlw wludiw shades were wonderful tinted picture of castles and mountains The table was black walnut and there were live rush seated chairs each in its place against the wall and looking ax If It were glued there The sixth of the sot ho occu pied Then there was the chintz cov and rocker and another rocker iwlntod black with a worn picture of a ship at sea on the back There was another slip over the face of the tall wooden clock In the corner This craft was evidently the Flying Dutchman for every time the clock ticked It rolled heavily behind u fence of tin waves but didnt advance an Inch On the walls were several works of art in eluding a spatter work motto a wreath made of seashells under a glass and an engraving showing a boat filled with men women and children rowed by a solemn Individual in his shirt sheaves moving over a placid sheet of water toward aa unseen port Capn Tltcomb remarked Bradley whose bashfulness was wearing oft came over In the coach with me to nightThe effect of this announcement was remarkable Miss Prissy looked at Miss Totnpy and the latter returned the look Strange to say both colored Capn Titotab faltered Miss Prissy Capn Bra Tltcombr Yea maam lie talked to me molt all the way I HkM him first rate Why why t rty declare I dklnt know the fiipn was expected did you TempyNo Im sure I dklatt exclaimed the flustered younger Bletor Did ho did lie toll you why he was couiln Bradley No maam but I hoard him tell tho- IWLtlJDlJroYlljl conch that ho had r i 1 c t jI 1 shoT W11V for u week camells schooner was laid up for repairs Ho said he knew you though and that ho was com In round to see me tomorrer This remark caused quite as much embarrassment and agitation as that concerning the captains presence in the coach The two ladles again glanced hurriedly at each other Goodness graciousI exclaimed Miss Prissy And the settln room not swept and the windows not washed Ill have to get up early tomorrer mornln Im so glad I fixed that ruf tie on my alpaca she added in an absentminded soliloquy And I must finish that tidy for the sofy sold Miss Tempy nervously Ive only got a little moro to do on it thank goodness I Prissy Im goln to put an Iron on I want to press my other collar Did did the capn say anything more about mous I mean she added looking at the stove No maam ho didnt replied tho boy He Jest asked about me and told stories and talked Miss Tempy seemed n little disappointed and made no comment Her sister too was silent Presontly Bradley yawned He tried to hide It but Miss Prissy coming out of her trance saw him My sakes she exclaimed what are wo thlnkln of koepln you up this way Its after 0 oclock Let me get the lamp Tempy you do up that soapstone for hs foot S S Bradley was up early tho next morn Ing and his dressing was a sort of Jig for It T is freozing cold When ho went downstairs it was evident that things had been going on Miss Prissy carne out of the sitting room bearing a broom mud with her alpaca gown covered with an apron Miss Tompy her curls done up In papers was busy with the tidy for the sofa Pinch of the sisters was nervous and excited Miss Prissy said a stiff little grace at the breakfast table Miss Tempy had a large cup of pepper tea for herself and urged Bradley to partake but the elder sister came to the rescue and gave him hot milk and water Instead After the meal was over and the dish es washed Miss Prissy went out to feed the hens and Bradley went with her The house seen by day was a big square building badly In need of paint The roof was four sided anti sloped upward to a cupola In the ren ter From Its closely shut front door snow covered lax hedges In parallel lines defined the path to the front gate also locked and fastened and like the front door only used on occasions There was a largo tumbledown barn with an empty pigMn back of the lijuw and a henhouse and yard In the rear of the barn text door to the left on the right wins a vacant field was a small story and a half cottage separated from the Allen houxehold by a hoard fence One of the lijurus lu this fence bad fallen down and an Bradley wading In Miss Irlasys wake pusMed this opening he MW a girl apparently about his own age open the tuck door of the house next door and louk out at him lie wetted to ask who she was but didnt feel well enough acquainted with his guide to da so just yet Jmt as the dozen hens and lonesome looking rooster were fod Miss Prissy informed him that by and by looking after the poultry would be one of his dutlet Miss TeinpyH voice was heard calling excitedly from the kitchen door Prissy she screamed Prissy comet lit the house quick Hed cumin Thet capuscouiin My land exclaimed the Older sis ter wildly mid her dignity forgotten she almost ran to the house followedl by Bradley who didnt understand thet cause of the excltomunt Oh my sakes ejaculated MissI Tompy as tuuj toatorcd the kitchen what made tyni como so early 1 Youll have to see him first Prissy Ive got to fix my hair Miss Prissy nulled Into the sitting room wheeled n chair into place set a- tidy l straight laid the photograph al bum exactly in the center of the table Instead of two Inches front the edge tad patted her own hair with her hands dodging in front of the big gilt trained mirror na she did so Then as a smart knock sounded on the dining room door she assumed her company smile and marched sedate ly to receive the visitor It was Captain Tltcomb who had knocked and after cleaning the snow from his hoots on thez japcrho en tered the house bearlllA two packages wrapped in brown paper Well Prissy sold the captain lay ing down the packages to shako hands fhow dyou do Didnt expect to see Die In this port Jest now did you No indeed Capn Tltcomb was the reply But were real glad to see you all the same Com right in Take your things off Bradley said ho rode dowji with you in the coach last night Dreadful storm we had wasnt it Hows your health nowadays Walk right Into the slttin room You must oxcuie the looks of things Ive been woopln There was a good deal moro but whon Mise Prissy stopped for breath thol captain wjio hadthrowa Its can t i f odI Aj IJ uTia oTeTOSat on S dint replied that tho storm was bad that his health was good and that tho room looked first rate so far as he could see Then he held out Ida hand to the boy who hind seated himself on n chair close to the door and said cheerily Mornln Brad Well how are you after your shake up last night Want seasick after I got out was you Bradley grinned bashfully and stam mcrcd that he was all right i Good l We had a rugged trip comln It over Prissy Tho old coach rolled so I felt like goln on deck and shortcnln It sail Your new boy heros goln to tnako n good sailor I can see that Wheres Tempy II Oh shes upstairs for a minute Shell bo right down answered Miss i Prissy carelessly Toll me what brought you homo so unexpected I Sprung a leak and had to lay tho old hooker up for repairs Thats a I specialty of my owners repairs Theyd rather patch up for a hundred I years than build now vessels IIBrad fetch me them bundles out otI the dlnln room Bradley obediently brought the brown paper parcels and the captain handed one of them to Miss Prissy saying Heros a little somethln 1 picked up over to New York Prissy I thought you might like It I aint got much use for such things myseltI The lady took the package and began to untie the string In a nervous man ner blushing a little as she did so I know Its somethln nice Capn Ezra You do buy tho nicest things Its real kind of you to remember me this way Oh alnt that pretty I The package contained a Japanese silk fan with ivory sticks and a red tassel Miss Prissy opened It and spread it out in her lap exclaiming over its beauty her face the color of the tassel Oh it alnt nothln said the captain I did a favor for a friend of mlno thats skipper of a barkcntlne Jest home from Hongkong qnd he gave It to me lIe had some stuff hed brought for his daughter and the duty on It would lane been pretty expensive so I fixedbut nqvor mind that I thought maybe youd like it to carry to church in the summer time or some thin Why hollo Tempy How dyou do The younger sister entered the room hor poplin rustling and every curl In place She gushingly shook tho cap tains hand and said she was so glad to see him Oh Tempy cried Miss Prissy jest look at this lovely fan Capn Tltcomb brought me Did you ever see any thing so pretty Miss Tempy exclaimed over tho fan but somehow her enthusiasm seemed n little forced It may ho the captain noticed this at any rate he picked up tho second parcel and handed It to her sayingHeres a little somethln I brought for you Tempy I dont knows youll like It but Mss Tempys present also was n fan precisely like the other except that the tassel was pink Rhea PriMya Interest In her sisters gift was Intense but when It was discovered that In no im portant point were the fans dissimilar and that neither was better than Its mate both of the ladles npej retl to bo n trifle disappointed although they tried not to show It Were to glad youve come cnpn said Miss Prissy after the fans were laid on the table Weve got so many things to talk to you about and wo want to ask your advice Bradley dont you think youd like to go out Into the dinln room a little white r The boy acting upon this decided hint went into the dining room and Miss Prissy shut the door alter him Now Capn Tltcomb she began I sinose you were awfully surprised to hoar wed took a boy to bring up Well you shift any more surprised than we are to think we should do such n thing But it scorned as if we Jest hall to or else give up belt Christians I altogether Ill tell you how It was And sho did tell him beginning with the exact relationship between Brad I leys mother and the Aliens expatiat lug upon tho shiftlessness of the boys father and how ho never saved a cent nor oven took out an insurance policy to provide for his son in case of ills own death But mercy me she exclaimed lift ing her hands what on earth well do with a boy Is moren I know What shall we do Bring him up in the way he ought to go I guess replied the captain calmly Send him to school first thing How is ho off for clothes 1- l Hasnt got any that are fit for any thing but the rag bag replied Miss Prissy with decision And thats an l dLrrA A r I Uorols a little somcthln I brought for you Tempi otbg5 thing 1J1oln JoJfeuiy Ipm ItoiIk 1 J d rfofTJhn Tin fiuTQ uSTtTknow SvuaT a boy needs to wear any morn than a cat to Ill buy his fit out if you want me to said the captain Take him down to Weeks store right now if you say the word Oh I wish you would You pay Mr Weeks and Ill pay you They pressed tho captain to stay for 1 dinner or at least to return for that meal but he declined promising however to dlno with them before he went back to his vessel Como on Brad he said entering the dining room you and mes goln 3ii a cruise downtown Bradley put on tho shabby overcoat and cap for tho last time and walked i ion to tho back gato and along tho sidewalk with tho captain 1 Meanwhile Miss TTcmpy seated In tho rocker by tho window and holding I a fan in each hand was examining i them with tho greatest care I Prissy she said at last in a solemn i tone theyre Jest exactly alike Yes said her sister with a stifled i ilgh theyre Jest alike- CHAPTER III N Weeks storo was to be found an assortment ot wares rangIng from potatoes and LIV lOEWfcl razors to molasses and ladles cress goods Somewhere withIn this extensive range was a limited supply Df what Mr Weeks advertisement InC the Item called Youths Mens and Childrens Clothing In Latest Styles at Moderate Prices The styles were late about a year late and tho prices were moderate when tho lengthy period of credit given to cus tomers is taken Into consideration Captain Tltcomb exchanging greetings with the half dozen loungers byI the stove whose business there was as Mr Weeks himself said to swap Dad tobacco smoke for heat passed to tho rear of the store folloVed by Brad ley There he proceeded to select an ntlro outfit for the boy calculated to lothe him In successive layers from the skin outward When the pile otI garments on the counter was complete the captain and Mr Weeks entered In to a lengthy argument concerning price There was a Sunday hat inl rolved in the transaction and about tits picco of headgear tho battle waged fiercest Its too much money Caleb said the captain finally I guess Ill try the New York store Tom Emerys always treated mo fair enough and Ill give hIm a chance Come on Brat Ill take oft a quarter on the suit joucedod tho storekeeper who was loath to see so much custom go to a rival No was tho reply that alnt enough to amount to anything Toll rou what Ill do Caleb Throw In that Sunday hut sad Ill take the lot and duty you cash for it and run my risk of jlttlti the money So the bargain wits concluded on thnt Imsls Bradley retired to the back room and emerged clotted In his new garments and tremendously conscious ft the fact The captain said he looked so fresh that you could smell the pRint on him Say Caleb wild Squealer Wlxon iftor Captain Tltcornb and Ills protege had left the premises did PAS toll you vho that boy was No he didnt I hinted two or three times but ho wouldnt any r r vcr Bradley shook the extended hands Spell Ill tell you Twas the old maids boy Ben Nlckersons son Barney said ho brought him over In tho coach last night You dont mean IU exclaimed the chopfullen Mr Weeks fell If that aint enough to Ez made me throw in a lint that was wuth a dollar n1 a haf cause he said hed pay cash for everything and take his chance of glt tin his money back And Prissy andl Tompy always pay cash for everything Roglur Titcouib trick The loafers about tho storo roaredl with delight Oh I toll you remarked Squealer youve got to keep your weather eyeI pooled whon youre tlcnlln with CapnI Ez Hell have you head and scales I It you aint careful Thats all right grumbled Bluey Bacheldor but hell git fetched up allI standln some of thoso days You can call him smart If you want to but itsr pretty risky smartness most folksI think You notice his schooners always I makln record trips and hes always havhV presents give him and allI that low many presents did youI have give to you Capn Jabez when you was runnln a coaster Not a one Indignantly replied tho person addressed Captain Jabcz Ba- lheyNot n one What I got I had to work for It may bQ that Captain Jabez overworked during ids sea experiences Cer III WI1Cii 1 driyflniy TSO thbfixXJlUtllUlldu klloWnmm do a stroko of work since ho retired go to live on his wifes earnings us a dressmakeralWell commented Captain Erl Hedge who was not n member of the circle but had dropped in to buy some tobacco I like Capn Ez Ho does love to git the best of a bargain and on hes a driver on a vessel and perhaps he likes to shave the law pretty close sometimes Ez Is a rcglar born gambler for takln chances but I never It knew him to do a mean trick What do you call thattgamo he put- tip on the old maids asked Squealer You knew bout that didnt youth Jnbez Seems Prissy and Tompy wanted to sell that little piece of craw bry swamp ot theirs cause It dldnt- pay them to take caro of It and keep It ill In shape Prissy told Seth Wlngato tho about It and Seth said he didnt want I It but that hed give them so and soIX a fair price cousldrln Well theyfe was goln to sell it to Seth but Ez conies home bout that time hears otm tho deal and goes to Prissy and buys It for 50 morn Seth offered And Inside of three months along comes that Ostable company and buys all that land for their big swamp They saym Tltcomb made moren a hundred do lars out of that deal If you dont a think thats a mean trick Capn Erl you ask Seth Wingato What ho thinks of It I know about that said Captain a Erl calmly and I think It was Jest another case of Ezs takln chances as thats all Seths growlln Is only sour grapes Ez knew tho Ostable folks was talkln bout layln out n big swamp over hero some tlmo or otherbl He Jest bought tho Allen piece and run his risk You notice Prissy nnd Tempy aint findln no fault They think hes the only man In town Fact I Is he Is the only man outside of the Jl minister that theyll have any deal Ins with Queer palrln off that Is Ez and the minister he chuckled Ito Oh womens fools anyhow snorted Captain Jabez savagely Ez Tit comb always could wind em round his fingers Hes been next door to J keepln compny with more glrlsn nlJ few In this town sence uu was old enough to leave school but he dont go fur enough to gut engaged or nothlnn like that Minute theres any talk that tto hes likely to git married to one of em away goes Ez and thats the end of that courtln And yet spite of their talk bout his bon slick and hints that of hes tricky theyre always heavln up to n feller How smart Cnpn Tltcomb Is and Why dont you make money same as Capn Ezry Nough to makoJ an honest matt slcltslCaptain Erl male his purchases and wont homo but tho others continued to dissect Uzm Tltcombs character bedthatI Meanwhile tho captain unconscious of all this piloted Bradley to the LOrn tier of the road upon which the Allen sisters lived and there left him with a message to the effect that he the captain would call next day Then Iw ought his room at the Travelers test there to read the paper of the flay before while the boy with his bigt bundleof okl clothes and new extras walked homeward alone The Allen house was on the lower road and to reach It you turned the corner just above Web Saunders billiard room and went on past Lorn I Multbtts stable and the Methodist buryln groundthe sects in Orham cannot apparently agree even after they are death for each denomination j has Its separate cemetery past the late Captain Saunders estate and on up the hill overlooking the bay Brad loy hail just reached the little houlloE next door to the Aliens when through 3 tho side gate of Its yard there darted a small ragged looking dog barking us If It went by steam It was foUow ed by a big dog also barking and this In turn was followed by another and still another None of the animals was handsome and none looked as If it wastj good for much except to bark but each seemed to feel that it was its spe 1 clal duty to devour the boy before tho others got a chance at him On they pane a noisy procession growling and t snapping Bradley put down his bundle and poked about for a stone but the snow i1 covered the road and there were no ji stones In sight lIe poised himself on one foot and held the other ready for a kick The dogs formed a circle about him and the racket was blood curdling Out of the gate darted a slim girl inI a red dress brandishing a broom They wont hurt you she screamed running to the rescue Stop it Pe tor Be quiet Rags Go home TuesJJ day Wlnflold Ill give it to you l Tho dogs dodged tho broom and re i tired to a safe distance wagging their tails and doing their best to indicate that they were only making believe anyhow Wlnfleld tho small dog that had led tho attack was the most porII slstont and ho snapped at the broomi i In high glee evidently considering that It was waved for his particular ammfcI meut They got away boforo I could stop omk panted the girl GrandmasI gone to the store and I wont out in the woodshed to play with em and thoy bounced out of the door first thing LThey dont mORn anything theyre Just full of it thats all II wasnt scared said Bradley I didnt bcllove theyd bite I like dogs Do you said the girl eagerly So do I Grandma says she does too In moderation Tho old maids dont though Oh I forgot Youre theold maids boy aint you I saw you out in their yard with Miss Prissy this raornln Yes I saw you too You live in here dont you Um hum Oh my goodnessI I havent got any rubbers on and grandma said if I got my feet wet totshe r t l ntlmow uutIdIcd skin mo 1 mustII right hack and dry em before si comes Ive had a cold thats why to school Howll I over get these dogs in Ill help you If you want me to volunteered Bradley Will you Thats splendid Come Bradley carried his bundle to the back steps of tho little house and then returned to assist af the dog catching v wasnt an easy operation but a tin dish scientifically rattled by his new acquaintance tempted all but the wary Wlnfleld and a bone finally decoyed latter Inside the woodshed and tho door was slammed and bolted upon tho humbugged pack There exclaimed the girl thats right I hope grandma wont notice tracks In the snow It shes only forgot her glasses its all right Now into the kitchen till I put my in tho oven Whats your name Bradley NIckerson Most folks call Brad Thats a good name My last names Baker I hate my first oneIts Augusta f Aint that the worst Grandma t calls me Gusty Ugh I You can call Gus if you want to It sounds more like a boys name I wish I was boyWhy t WhyOh because a boy can do things nnd 1 e doesnt have to be ladylike It I was l1 boy nobody would think It was funny t for me to like dogs and I could bavb many as I wanted 4 I should think you had a good may oow Where did you get em all tOh just found em Rags came one day himself I call him Rags because he looks as if he was all ravelins And Peter the blacksmith gave to me Said I could have him if Id get him out of his sight He sort f named himself And Tuesday was named that because I found him on Tuesday when I was on a picnic over East Harulss And Winflcld hes the newest one camo on Capn Burgess fishing schooner and nobody wanted him so they gave him tome named him Winflcld because his face like our schoolteacher Winfield Scott Daniels hateful old thing Wouldnt ho be mud If he knew I a dog after him Youre goln school aint you I spose so They havent said anything about It yet- I hope you will Youll bo upstairs course Upstairs means in Orham the grammar and higher grades Downstairs is the primary department answered that he supposed he be upstairs He was Just be to upstairs in Wellmouth IIHowMiss Prissy and Tompy I mean Aint they awful strict- I dont know I havent been without long enough to find out Theyre clean aint they Oh dreadful And they dont- a noise and they dont like dogsl they dont like me They call m dog girl I hoard cm One tin went In there for granumu and Tues day and Peter followed inc and first thing you know they tracked mud allover the dlnlu room My but wasnt Miss Prissy mad But you just ought to have wen that floor she chuckled Bradley thought of the spotless oil cloth and appreciated the situation In tho course of the conversation that fol lowed he learned that Gus was an orphan like himself and that she lived there alone with her grandmother Suddenly the girl snatched her steam- Ing shoes out of the oven to run to the = window I thought I heard the gate shut she Yes its grandma Praps youd better dodge out of the other door Shell ask questions and find out about my feet It you dont GoodJYII Pt1niiTU afiYOfl oLgciiool Continued next week Can you believe your senses Who I of them taste nnd smell hayin 1 boon impaired if not utterly destroyer by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored b Elys Cream Balm can you doubt th this remedy deserves all that has bee said of it by the thousands whom it lu cured It is applied directly to the elected airpassages and begins its hea ing work at once Why not get it tctt day All druggists or mailed by Bros 56 Warren Street New York c I receipt of 50 cents V j Corn nnd the Whiskey Trade Jack Corn was over from Kahlot this week on a short business trip I reports tat place booming There a thirteen saloonsthere and eight moII bul1dlng7 Wallula Gateway Sii The Eyils of Constipation OII are many in fact almost every et illness has its origin in consiipationfl some medicines instead of preventi constipation add to it This is true most cathartics which when first Use 1have a bonificinl effect but the dose 1 to be continually increased and heft long the remedy ceases to have tt slightest effect Thore is one prepa ion however that can be relied uj to produce the same results with samo dose even after fifty years dt use and this is Brandroths Pills wh has a record of over 100 years as standard remedy for constipation I all troubles arising from an imp state of blood- Brandreths Pills are the same i laxative tonic pill your grandpare t used and can be found in every drug medicine store either plain ofifAJdated ltr ThoNowr onoyear one dol 1 V S tiff1 M1t Iii 1i 0 l- tI k TilE B ECKeNRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 9 1907 3ss A xiJr DR BOUGHELLE J Dr L B Bouchello of Thomasvllle II thoSouth lieBtamUmy practice with la tho most satisfactory results It Is ill exceedingly beneficial to thoso afflict Is ed with bronchial or pulmonary dis ts strengthThe superiorto codItholsand ty tonic iron added 7o rundwn11 fromCJironcIo to try Vlnol on our guarantees Severs Drug Co11 h It rt asa The ty e r Dodging Idt1I i Period yofa womans life is the name often Yoursmenses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they stop The le change lasts three or fouryears and n causes much pain and suffering It which can however be cured by letakinge W DF ECARDUI re Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nervousness irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold g9flashes weakness tired feeling etc stCardui will bring you safely through iiithis dodging period and build youritTryItlitget it at all druggists in L 100 bottles 11in EVERYTHING BUT DEATH ll I suffered writes VlrtfnU Robsonof East curedIrms so quickly It surprised my doctor who Otl didnt know 1 was tawng lt r u hehe het autt r Claims SiistQined UNITED STATES CourT OF CLAIMS ernationaltel ItJluo It tftulopqu C rldnvthuruugblyreelltelinunrydetailI I el tliopiirnomt r 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HHximtn pupa tent free VWCO- t aCcCMERBIAMCOPUOLI8HCR3 mCfONN1Y SPRINGFIELD MASS t erteet w- r KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrKing New Discovery FOR CONSUMPTION E0c100Freo Pries Trial t Surest and Quickest Ours for all 1IPOAT and LUNG TROUB 1 or YONZT jAOx SLt1 aMrtaltkJ t raw eDfiiiII NEWS EVENTS Which Have Taken Place in Kentucky and Other States Dup ing The Past Week Lewis May Run Louisville Ky Jan 3News comes from Springfield today that Jphn W Lewis formor congressman Se a can c1i ate for tho Republican nomination for governor A close friend of Mr Lewis who was in Louisville today stated that he will inn short time formally announce his candidacy for the nomination Organist of Little Church Around The Corner Dead New York Jan 3Prof Albert William Berg for forty years organist at the Protestant Episcopal Church of tho Transfiguration commonly known as The Little Church Around the Corner died at his home hero aged eightyone years Dropsy from whicl he had long suffered and heart diaeor caused his death Prof Borg was a composer and musical critic as well as an organist Lexington Writer The Conquest writtan by Mrs Daisy Fitshugh Ayers of Lexington will be published in book form this month The scene of the book is laid in Washington D C where Mrs Ay res spends the winter and acts as a special correspondent for the Courier Journal Mrs Ayers is a brilliant writer and her book will no doubt be one of extensive popularity Food dont digest Because the stomach lucks some one of the wlleutlill ditfestants or the digestive juices are not properly balanced Then too it is tills undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol For Indlg estiou shoul i be used for relief Koiio is a solution of vegetable ucidp It di gesta what you eat and corrects the de ficiencies of the digestion Kodol con forms to the National Pure Foodand Drug Law Sold here by all druggists Mr George Madden was injured by an automobile last weak in Louisville Mrs Russell Sage ra t liill t millioi dollars to give away At the reception given in Washing ton Thursday night in honor of the di plomatic corps by President and Mrs Roosevelt 2000 guests were present The Greater Louisville Exposition will be held in March from the eigh teenth to the thirtieth in that city Louisvilles new Hotel The Clayton at Third and Main streets will be open February 15 The Clayton will boa stag hotel and conducted on a strictly high grade basis Stripes will be the new effects iin ribbons this Spring THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for f Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials Hearsts Application Albany N Y Jan 2The first pa per served on Attorney General Jaok son was an application for a reargu mont on the petition of William Ran dolph Hearst for leave to begin quo warranto proceedings to test tho title of George B MoClellan to tho office of mayor of New Yorkof which Mr Hearst claims to have been deprived by fraud and violence in tho election of 1908 Shot Two Women Detroit Mich Jan 4PatriotDoyle in the Home of the Friendless a refuge for children shot his wife and his wifes slater Mrs Mary Bon dy of this city Mrs Bondy is fatally wounded with a bullet In her lungs and Mrs Doyle hat a wound in her neck Mrs Doyle came here a week ago from Cheboygan Mich after U Is said quarreling with her husband Mothers who give their children Ken nedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar invariably indorse it Child ren like it because the taste Is so pleas ant It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup is unrivaled for the relief of croup Gets at the trouble and drives tho cold out through the bowels Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists Mr Herndon Has Fine Hotel Offer Mr H V Herndon proprietor of the Hotel Henderson has just returned from Louisville Lexington and Winchester In Winchester Mr Herndon was offered the proprietorship of the Brown Proctoria a new hotel of which he could get possession May 15 Mr Herndon is considering the proposition though his lease on the local hotel does not expireuntil next NovemberHen derson Journal ZusV Q OVER FIFTY DEAD Result of Wreck Near Washington on the Baltimore Ohio Washington Jan 1 Fiftyfive persons were tilled and over CO Injured Sunday evening In a wreck on the Baltimore Ohio railroad at at Terra Cotta three miles from this city Tho catastrophe was caused by Urn collision of local train No GG from Frederick Md known as the Fred erick special with a deadhead passenger equipment special of eight cars Over 200 passengers were on board the lHfated train The railway officials are unable to assign any cause for the collision As soon as tho news of the wreck reached this city all ambulances available with as many physicians as could be assembled were sent to scene of disaster The dead bodies were found lying bfcildo the track for a considerable distance Tin wreck occurred at 039 p m A douse fog was prevailing and made objects perceptible but a few feet ahead It was Imposibte at first to determine tho exact extent of the catastrophe Those passengers in the forward coach who were but slightly bruised hoard the groans of the dying and Wounded and did what they could to give aid A number of tho passen gers walked to Brookland three fourths of a mllo away United States District Attorney D W Baker who was a passenger on the forward car suffered Internal in juries Ho was able to walk from the wreck to a drug store where his Hi Juries were treated Ho was later taken to his home In an automobile The dead Include Oliver Dailey of Newark O The majority of the vic time resided In Washington- It has Uoen proved that the danger signal at Takoma Park a short distance from the place of the accident was set when the train of empty night cars passed The train was going at the rate of 60 miles an hour and Engineer Hlldcrbrand stated that on account of the heavy fog he could not see the signal Ills train ran Into the Frederick train just as it was pulling out of Terra Cotta where It had stopped to takeon four or five pasenrers two of them being among the killed Pending investigation of the lisas ter five of the train clew are under arrest Including Engineer Harry Hil debrand and Conductor Frank E Hoff meter Engineer and Conductor Released Washington Jan 4Halry HIlde brand tho engineer and Frank P Hoffmier the conductor of the train of empties that crashed into the Fred erick local on the Baltimore Ohio railroad at Terra Cotta were released on bond by Justice Barnard of tho supreme court of the District of Co lumbia after a hearing In habeas cor pus proceedings brought by Conduc tor Hoffmier who contended that he was hold without warrant of law and without any charge being mado against him Hlldobrands bonds was fixed at 7600 and Hoffmlers at 5000 The other three members of the crow Fireman McClelland Brake man Rutter and Baggagomastor Nor rls were released without ball shortly after the accident Croup can positively be stopped in 20 mnutes Xo vomiting nothing to silken or distress your child A sweet pleasant and safe Syrup called Dr Shoops Croup Cure doe the work and does it quickly Dr Shoops Croup Cure is for Croup alone remember It does not claim to cure a dozen ailments Its for Croup thats oil Sold by Severs Drug Company Paulines A delicious candy is Paulines and can be easily made in iS minutes by the fol lowing directions 3 cups of brown sugar 1 cup of cream tablespoon ful of butter teaspoon ful of vanilla Let cook until it gets waxy but not hard When cold beat one and a half cups of walnuts and hickorynuts When it begins to cream pour into buttered pans and cut in squares Taft Would Accept Washington Dec 31 Secretary Taft made the following statement concerning his presidential aspira tions For tho purpose of relieving the burden imposed by resent publications on some of my friends among the Washington correspondents of putting further inquiries to me I wish to say that my ambition Iis not politi cal that I am not seeking the presi dential nomination that I do not ex pect to be the Republican candidate if for no other reason because of what seems to me to be the objections to my availability which do not ap pear to lessen with tho continued discharge of my own official duty but that I am not foolish enough to say that in the improbable event that the opportunity to run for the great office of president were to come I should de cline it for this would not be true Rockefellers Prediction New York Jan 1 A disastrous year for the workingmen of tho Unit ed States as a corollary to tho great shrinkage in values duo to what ho 1 corpolratcI j D Rockefeller Of j look in the business world he outII In making inventories for tho year just ending a great many business men will find that they have suffered a loss amounting to millions of dollars through shrinkage In the values of tkulr shareholdings during the 12 rneatis just past I flU oalrateeuat far it Ity tko attacks that have been ttyea orprats ltrita fur 1l 414 Jr r JI 1w prt H y 1 I OPERATOR IN CUSTODY Officials Blame Him For Disas trous Rock Island Wreck NUMBER DEAD EXCEEDS THIRTY All but Three of the Victims Thought Mexican Laborers on Their Way From Iowa to Their Native Land Many Were Cremated In the Wreck age of the Trains Alma Kan Jan 4 One of till dead bodies brought here from the wreck of two Rock Island trains near here was identified us that of J HII Sayre a banker of New London Mo I who was en rqute to Texas Topeka Kan Jan 3 In the col lision between two passenger trains on the Chicago Rock Island A Pacific railroad two Americans a negro p6r tor and 30 Mexican laborers lost their lives More than 50 persons were In jured The Mexicans were on their way from Iowa to their native land Officials of the railroad company plate the blame on John Lyues a 19year old telegraph operator at Vollancl who failed to stop train No 20 after receiving orders to hold it until No 10 had passed Lynes was arrested The wreck occurred on a CrAilon a curve and in a cut Number 20 was running slow on account of this heavy grade and heavy train Number SO had just reached the top of the hill when the engineer saw the reflection of the headlight of the train ahead He shut down and the passengers on his train said they were not running more than 10 miles an hour when the crash occurred Number 29 was not going more than 15 miles per hour All of the dead except one were on train No 29 As far as definitely known only two Americans were killed one tramp riding the blind bag gage of No 30 and one man in the smoking ear with the Mexicans There were 37 Mexicans in the car All ex cept seven were burned to death the officials my Seven were put on the relief train and two died shortly after the train left the town of McFarland The Injuries were caused more by the emergency brakes than by the wreck Itself according to the passengers The engineer qf No 8fl set the brakes and almost every passenger was thrown out of his seat or berth Immediately came the collision Thu Mexicans wore pinioned under the seats and the doors were ammed so they could not get out In the chair car also many passengers were held down by the seats The train caught fire from the gas tanks Tho passengers In tho rear car escaped in their night clothes and dressed in the mud beside the tracks Then carne cries for help from the Mexicans and the persons pinioned In the chair car Every man and nearly every woman on the train helped res cue tho unfortunates Seven Mexicans were rescued from the smoker and then tho flames drove the rescuers bask By light of flaming wreck ago passengers who were uninjured worked horolcrlly to save those who were pinned fast beneath the splin tered timbers and twisted Iron work The lack of tools with which to chop away the sides of tho cars was a great hindrance In an hour and a half from the time of the wreck the first relief train from McFarland Kan bringing surgeons and helpers reach ed tho scene Another relief train from Topeka and two wrecking trains soon arrived and all of the dead and Injured that had been taken from the wreck were brought to this city I Piles get quick relief from Dr Sboope Magic Ointment Remember its mads alone for Piles nnd it works with cer tainty and satisfaction Itching painful protrail ingor blind piles disappear like magic by its use Try it and see Sold by Sevtrs Drug Company President Receives the Medal Washington Jan 4The Nobel prize medal recently conferred on President Roosevelt by the Norwegian Storthing has been received at the White House having been transmitted by American Minister Pierce at Chris- tittninRheumatism I havo found a tried and tested cure for Rheumatism I Not a remedy that will straighten tbo distorted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn bony powths back to flesh again That Is Impossible But I can now surely kill tho pains and pangs of this deplorable disease In Germany with a Chemist In tho City QJ DarmstadtI found tho lost Ingredient with which Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy was made ft perfected dependablp prescription Without that last Ingredient I successfully treated many many cases of Rheumatism butnow atlast 1 It uni formly cures all curablo cases of this heretofore much dreaded disease Thoso sandlIke granular wastes fowlllln Rheumatlo Dlood seem todlssol vo and pass away under live action of this remedy as freely as docs sugar when added to pure water And then when dissolved those poisonous wastes ofIreal needno actual excuso to suffer longer out help we sell and In confidence recommend Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy tftnw HVI 1 = WIMCHESTER REPEATING SHOTGUNS are strong shooters strongly made and so inexpensive that you wont be afraid to use one in any kind of weather They are made 10 12 and 16 gauge A FAVORITE OF AMERICAN SPORTSMEN EverywhereI TWO YEARS FOR 125 A complete history of two historymakinjr years 1007 nnd 1108 The entire 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Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or fl95 if paid at the end of year CARDS OFTHANKS over five linescharged Or at tbe rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the ate of 5 tnw per line Money In advance Bzamlnn the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change In the address abscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES CLOSE THE SALOONS The opportunity iai at hand the time hthie when every temperance man nan in Cloverport should join in effort to dole the saloons operation in this town Judge v recent decision as to the validit election resulting in favor of the 1 option cause should be made the imping ground and every man Interested in the coral standards of this vii sage shoe with all the courage and strenllll possesses do what he can toy lootS of the destructive- pr a re right at this very mo ery hour sapping the life fl1 1 i veneration of nc up about us n ling everything In r tr jin our boys Siatur v mg man the son of a- in mother and an invalid I a member of a large famil- yrHe of the local saloons p- urd a pint of whisky for a friend of his and as he was doing ao the bar tender set a glass of whisky before him 7andbid the voting fellow take a drink i The young man himself is not a drinker 4fandbad not supped a taste of whisky li for three months but this bartender was trying to start thu boy on his downward path to destruction This is Only one of the many outrages being m perpetuated in this town And if we as mon are to protect our rights and our posterity we must act now and work unitedly to destroy the evil that has risen among us Therefore every man interested in this matter should go to the temperance meeting at the Rap tist church Thursday evening and do what he can for the temperance cause TllLC llENJJlCRSOiY JfOUTJSt ifamGUT BUSIr1I SS These days are prosperous days for the Henderson Route freight depart 8muDoubie headers are becom bit so numerous that the small boy ceases to run to see one as it passes The fast through freights are being runt Two sections to accommodate the trade Parties who have large and quick shipments to make say that the Henderson Route is given preference overall roads running into Louisville from the West because of the swiftness promptness and surety with which the company handles its business So much to the credit of the Henderson Rottta May her trains run faster and her business grow larger in 1907 than in all the years gone by J1i1Rll01IrR PROSPECTUS Tho personal statement issued yesterday by the Hon William Howard Taft is lovely Nothing in this line more direct more suave more human and more winning has ever been put forth by any possible candidate for President during his period of mere potentiality If we are not mistaken the American people are in an uncommonly receptive mood for statesmanship in whichenergy is refined by modesty and sincerity is not destitute of the sense of humor New York Sun Following is the statement For the purpose of relieving the burden imposed by recent publications upon some of my friends among the Washington newspaper correspondents- of putting further inquiries to me I wish to say that my ambition is not political that I am not seeking the Presidential nomination that I do not expert to he the Republican candidate jf for no other reason because of what seem tel rnv to be objections t my availability which do not appear to lessen I wft1f the continued discharge of my official Duties but Iam not foolish enough tosay that in the improbable event thathe opportunity to run forth i grcnP office of President were to cqrae to me I should decline it for this iQUld not be true IMB IIImf = LIABILITY LAW Declared Unconstitutional by Federal Court In Kentucky Louisville Ky Jan 1The em ployes liability act was held unconstitutional by Judge Evans In federal court The decision was given in the case of the administratrix of N C Brooks versus the Southern Pacific railroad and Is believed to be the first decision handed down In connection with this act The cause of action oc curred In Kansas Plaintiffs husband was killed In railway accident and suit was brought under this act for 25000 damages and an amount sufficient to cover the cost of expenses In cident to death The court holds In brief that the act In effect would regulate commerce within the state and Is therefore unconstitutional and the demurrer of theI Southern Pacific railway to the action for damages WAS therefore sustained1 In sustaining the demurrer Juoe Evans said that from every point II view the Judgment of the court nns be that the plaintiff has not mm i ed by the averments of her penile any right to recover Years Arrivals at Ellis Island New York Jan IDurtng the year 1906 Just closed 1198434 persons arrived at New York from foreign ports according to a statement made public at Ellla Island by the department of commerce and labor There were 119 ZS1 first cabin 134286 second cabin and 944917 steerage pasengers Of these 134988 cabin and 920843 steer age passengers were aliens making the total number of immigrants arriv tag at this port for the year 1055931 Among the cabin passengers there were 118529 citizen of the United States while 24074 of the persons coming in by steerage were citizens of this country The largest number came from Hamburg i Soldiers Qlve Evidence Leavenworth Kan Jan 1The etal investigation of the dlsturban 3 between a streetcar conductor ail egro soldiers the night before Chrit laaa has been completed and it is learned that Private Stewart TroopII F Ninth cavalry threw bricks 4 Jectrlc car Private Stewart will be eourtmartialed There was no hesita tion on the part of either the negro or the white soldiers in telling what they knew and the Investigation developed that Stewart Jumped through a win dow and threw bricks although ho did not take part In the fight in the car Didnt Like the Tune Springfield 0 Jan 3Harry Bow man Is under arrest on a charge of shooting Mrs Roma Young In the leg at the latters home it being stated that the only reason he shot her was because he did not like the tune she was playing on an organ Children Burn to Death Redding Cal Jan 2Twln boys aged 3 and their yearold sister chil dren of Mrs Stewart a widow living near Anderson were burnod to death when their home was destroyed by fire THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime Hteerw 4 007 20 cows I 7604 73 heifers J2 6005 00 bulls S2 00 4 SO stockers and feeder J2 4094 SO Sheep end Lamb Sueep JJ 7606 00 lambs 16 0007 86 yearlings 4 6006 75 Calves JJ i6ffS 60 hogs Good to choice heavy 8 5fffJ 50 tronKw lght butchers J6 4606 SO packing 1C 30G 41 mixed light 6 S006 40 WheatNoIred 72c Corn No 3 30Vi039c Oats No 2 3Hic EAST BUFFALO Cattle Shipping steers 4 lo4 SO export cattle J5 35 6 00 butcher cattle J4 605 00 heifers 13 0004 65 fat cow J2 60 ff4 26 mlllcors and springers 25 004766 00 Sheep and Lambs YearllnuB J6 256 75 wethers JS 6006 76 mixed 6 2606 60 ewes 4 7606 26 spring lambs 16 808 00 Calve Best J9 0009 75 Hog Yorkers and mediums JC 75 heavies JG 70 6 76 pigs SG 7606 86 stags U 0003 00 roughs J5 7568 uO CLEVELAND Cattle Prime dryfed U 5007 60 choice fat steers U 5006 25 heifers J2 504 60 fat cows 2 253 25 bulls t3 2503 76 milkers and sprlngors 15 00060 00 Sheep and LambsChoice lambs 7 76 wethers 6 2605 50 mixed S4 7666 25 Calvcs9 00 down Hogs Yorkers plea and mediums 0 55 stags 4 503 00 roughs JE 5005 90 PITT8BURG Cattle Choice 5 85 6 10 prime 35 6006 15 tidy butchers 4 6505 20 heifers 2 5004 30 fat cows and bulls 2 004 00 fresh cows 25 00 060 00 Sheep and LambsPrime weth ers 5 6005 85 rood mixed 15 3001 60 lambs JS 008 00 CalvesVeal J6 000 9 00 Hoc Heavy hOI mediums and heavy Yorkers 8 456 67U light Yorkers and plus 6 676 70 BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above 4084Hoj X 313Jo No1 4041c No 2 JS39c fine un washed 25J8o delaln washed 3T0 87c delaine unwashed 19030c Indiana and Kentucky combing Hblood I3034o Ublood SmOSJc CINCINNATI WheAt No S red T6 No 2 mixed I70I7HC RyeN 2 110 72c LardII 5 Bulk meatU 71 BaconnO 00 Hogs U 6006 15 Cattle12 0005 60 Sheep IS 0004 76 Lamb S4 2607 65 NEW YORKCattle Steers 14 169 6 15 oxen 5 00 bull JS 2506 85 cow Jl 4004 10 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 34 0006 00 lamb 14 0008 60 Calves Veal JO 6009 EO Hog State and Pesn lyivanlu J 6 708 86 pig J6 9007 00 TOLEDOWheat 75c corn 4Jo oat 87o rye 660 clovere 18 30 s1907 JANUARY 1907 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 000 1 12346 678910 it 1- 2jn1jijji i- 91lll1M 2526 27 28 29QO 31 = == r ms mB- 1I Imsms Four Days Clearance Sale of IUINECLOTHINGWednesday I January 9 10 11 and 12 Four Days IIFor Men Young Men Boys and Children I I We want to see whether if we give goods away there are peo I IpIe in Breckenridge and adjoining counties who will take them III I Read Wonder Ponder I I Then come on any of the above dates and see if we will not Iverify every statement we make We have selected 50 Choice If l- II II Patterns for this sale and have placed them at such prices I j I that defy competition and make bargainseekers smile J I Men s SuitsSi i Rejr Price Sale Price II 12 II 101 0 il 8 Ii 6 6 Mens Suit IMensI Mens Suit Mens Suit 312X10 8 6 w II Youths Suits I Hardinsburg 1I I Ky 1J flif1i I CHENAULT Mrs A Allen who has been sick for some timo is improving Goodson Frymiro andsister Miss Georgia returned from Louisville Friday Miss Nellie Lee Gilliland spent Sunday with Mrs J B Frymire I Mrs Bert Cnnninghaiu returned I home Saturday after a brief visit to her daughter Mrs Wilt Gard ner of Irvington Mrs Cunningham was accompanied home by her grandchildren Nannie Leo and G B Gardner Little Effie Jarboe returned to her school againi in Hardinsburg fter spending the holidays with her parents Mr and airs J F JarboeThos Smith and family moved Friday to Stephensport Miss Margaret Stallmann loft Wednesday for a visit to friends in HendersonHow This We offer One Hunpred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO- Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years ond believe him perfectly honorable In all business transac tions and financially ablo to carry out any obligation made by his WALDINO firmIII Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarry Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggistsTake Family Pills for constipation Library Not Changed Mrs Lew Wallace devoted to the memory of her distinguished husband has kept everything in the library where ho wrote in exactly the condition In which he left it Even the book which he was last reading lies open at the page as he laid it down The library is a large building which the author had put up in the middle of the garden with every arrangement for writing and with shelves for his thousands of books Mrs Dan Duncan I lof Louisville is the pest of Mr and Mrs H V Dun can this week Mr Duncan was down to spend Sunday Mrs RJT Polk has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Benton I Eubank of Frankfort Ky x r c f and a 325 pair Star Brand Shoes and a 325 pair Star Brand Shoes andal1 Shirt 1 Suit Underwear 50c Sox and a 150 Swan Hat I 1J THE Tutors instructing yoking girls and young men for the social circle are giv ing the voice the most specidj attention and are cultivating the low soft tones of the throat When the throat notes fire used it prevents that whine so many people have gotten by talking through the nose and not using the daep beautiful notes of the throats vocal chords There is not anything so win some in a young woman than a cultured voice and not anything more attrac tivein the masculine sex The Boston Journal has the following to say in regard to cultivating the voico If one would have a kind voice he must start in youth to cultivate it and be on the watch at all time while at work and while at play The kind voice must speak the thought of a kind heart It is in play that a sharp voice is most easily acquired Boys and girls say words in a qui k harsh tone almost like the snap of a whip Ifone of them is vexed the voice sounds as though it were made up of a snarl a whine and a bark It speaks worse than the heart feels the ill will Is louder in the tone than in the words In mirth one may carelessly allow ones voice to grow shrill and unpleasant Some people have a sharp home voice and keep a company voice for use elsewhere If is a safe rule to use ones best voice at home Mr arid Mrs L E Whitely are at home from a two weeks visit to relatives at Owensboro Wilburn Hamman has returned to school at Danville after spending several days at home with his parents V l UlTHE NEW YEAR opportune time to re c itsolve on stiirtlnR a savings account or to present a Ocr tificate of Deposit as a NewrYears fclft Persons lug dividends or baring in vestments mature at the rl first of tile year ran proflta bly reinvest on our Oertlfl lato plan at five cent Bond for booklet AaBANK TROST COMPAKT- j Slr9t OWENSBORO KY i c Boys9 SuitsII I r Reg Price Sale Price II Rio II q 8 N 5 Boys Suit Boys Suit Boys Suit 10 8 5 B F BEARD CO rsmBm VOICE jyLLirra OWENSBORO SAVINGS A IBrandII IBrandI Iand a 150 pair Star Brand Shoes ItJ IICapII Hardinsburg- iIIi Ky lS1J lBiR rMuarMore Good News for those looking for Bargainr in LIVE STOCKS 2 pair coming 3yearoldmules unbroke 1 pair mare mule 8 years old 1 pair aged mules wagon and harness 2 horses broke and good workers k ha I I gray jack 14 hands high 10 years old and all right Beard BrosHARDINSBURG KY HARDINSBURG NORMAL AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES Incorporated 1897 Normal Department Begins February 407e ifI COURSESState and County Certificate High School Preparatory and Primary Shorthand Geometry Latii Beginning Greek Algebra Higher ArithmeticS 4 Literature Specialties Enter at any time in any of the State Certificate 350 per month courses County 300I 4 TERMSCash in advance money High School 300 refunded in case of sickness for a Preparatory 250 period of one week or more Primary 150h t For Particulars Address ANDREW DRISKELL PresidentS OrH DeCUMMINGS Prin High SchoolRHardinsburg Ky tJ GOOD BOARD AT 250 PER WEEK c J v n J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 9 1907 5 AN OLD ADAGE SAYS A light purse Is a heavy curse pursefThe LIVER is the scat of alne tenths ef all dis- easeTutts p Pills go to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute 11 Read Partners of The Tide in thi fY Issue l Mrs Chas Hall was in Louisville xst Monday When you come to Clovernort vislt the News office Edward Morrison has returned home from Louisville Xrs J II Wills and Gency Wills have returned home from Louisville Chas S Keenan of Jacksonville 111 is visiting relatives in the county I IVallulc Pierce of Louisville was here last week vioiting his parents Miss Kate Moorman will be hostess to the Girls Sewing Club this afternoon Chas J Campbell Tom Downs Wm Campbell of Dukes were here Satur day Miss Inez Gregoryoi Louisville jis the guest of Mr and Mrs Clyde Mor risonMrs Chas H Skillnian entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoonMiss aret Carter has returned homefrorn a visit to Miss Clara Carter in Louisville Mr George Thayer a member of Emmersons vaudeville show will ar rive here next Tuesday from Cleveland Tenn to bathe guest of Mr IJdward MorrisonAll are reading the serial Partners of the Tide which com menced in the News last week will be interested to know Bradley Nickerson received a hearty welcome at the home of Miss Prissy and Miss Tempy The arrival of Captain Titcomb is given in TI the chapters printed today Rev and Mrs James Lewis and son JTand Mrand Mrs AR Fisher had an enjoyable visit to relatives at Glendeane during the holidays They with other relatives were entertained at Mr and Mrs Eli Deans home at Mr and Mrs Jess A Moormans also wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Fisher The visitors were Mr and Mrs A R Fisher Rev and Mrs James Lewis and son J T of Cloverport Mr and Mrs Jess Moorman Mr and Mrs Chas Fisher Mr and Mrs Jesse Howard Mr and Mrs Jim D- eanProverbs 4 When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsV pChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion pis the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny t cD sample free Be sure that this picture I the form d a label is on tow wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT h BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N V anUI90 alldrujghs Lo C H Simmons was in to wn Monday Louisville Daiy Herald and the News cne year forf2 James Witt of Webster has been visiting Mr and Mrs J C Nolle Miss Nell Whitehouse will spend the first of next week with relatives at West Point Mrs Larkin Gibson is here fromI Hardinsburg the guest of relatives Ode Young of Morganfield has been the guest of Mrs Chas B Skillman Miss Francis Smith entertained a number of her friends Monday after noonMrs Chas May and two daughters visited in New Albany this week Mrs R A Whitehouse is visiting her son Mr Chestqr Whitohousc at Mat tingly Mrs J IL Rowland will be hostess to the Ladies Reading Club tomorrow afternoon Mrs W L Burton left Monday for Californial after a visit to relatives at Tobinsport Toha P Corley returned home Satur day from Decatur Ill after a visit to Mrs Susie Powell Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan of Louis vijle have been the guests of Mr andl Mrs HT Duncan Mr E F Nolte was in Louisville on last Wednesday to attend the funeral t of his aunt Mrs John T Schank Miss Tula Daniel of Hardinsburg was the guest of MrY Vir e Babbago Monday night enroute to St Louis Mrs Chas Hook and children hav been visiting Mrs Hooks parents fro and Mrs J Hayn js of Union Star Misses Robinson of Morgantield a- Miss Jennie Mabel Harris left Monday to resume their studies at Oxford Col lege Miss Louise Sooner left Monday mprning for Na hviU Tenn titer a visit to her sister Mrs Wickliffe De Haven Misses Carrie Tucker Nina Wilker son Esther Jackson and Mr Edward Morrison went to Stephensport Sunday afternoon i Rev B M Currie went to Oweneboro Monday to attend the Missionary Con ference of the Methodist church He willreturn home 1 ednesday Mr and Mrs A R Fisher announce the engagement of their niece Miss Mannie White to Mr Edwin G Bell of Memphis Tenn The wedding will take place in February- E G Booth and H Q Gans repre senting the KentuckyGas Machine Co are in Cloverport giving a demonstra tion of their new patent burner for heating and cooking stoves whichcan be attached to any coatstove It burns any kind of common coal oil or crude oil Demonstrations are being given in Hardins stcre in the Oelze building The exhibitions will continue for a week or ten days Everybody is requested to call and see It in operation The representatives of this stove are anxious that the people of Cloverport become acquainted with every detail connected with this stove and to that end are e hibiting it in the presence oi any snterested party BIG SPRING Mr Frank Hardin who has been at Rolling Fork Miss working in the office of a lumber com j pany returned home Sunday forII a short stay as the water was so J high they couldnt get the logs to J the mills Mr and Mrs HH Keraper of Irvington came Saturday and remaineduntil Monday with her mother Mrs Julia Clarkson The spring was higher last Wednesday than it had been for forty years It was up across the road and deep enough to swim a horse Messrs John Meador andJJ Jack Moorman of color living on that side of the spring had to vacate their homes and the water got in their houses Mr and Mrs Herbert Miller have returned from a visit to rel atives at Cecilia daysinJ On account of the hiirhwater no one can cross the fiUon1 the Brandenburg road as the water is deepbeforeis a disgrace for Meade county to let her roads get in such a fix H Meyer was in Louisville last t weekJohn D Meador wife and little son Millward returned homo f from Louisville Thursday where they hadspent the Iholidays with her parents They were accom anied home by her sister Miss Carrie Millward who will remain for sometime Mack Russell visited his father the Rev L M Russell at Scdtts vole the past week but returned Thursday spentlastMrs Jack Collins A Positive CATARRHI CURE Elys Cream Balm iIs quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brane It cures Co tarrh and drives awav a Gold in tlm FEVERLTaste and Smell Full size BO cts at Drug gists or by mail Trial Size 10 cU by mal ElyDrotbers5G Warren Street New Yor YOUR LETTER 01 CREDIT pats the tamp of reliability and good finan clal standing upon you no matter In what part otthfc world you stand YOUR BANK BOOK Is proof of your Indepo ndehie that you ask aid from nobody that you ran go It alone at any hour of the twentyfour Yes there S a mighty power In it banV book It loveb sldgehamweer blows How ulKiut YOUR bankbook NI IIt among our lint of names If not why not Answer the queatlon todayI BANK OF CLOVER PORT 1 Quarterly Report OF TilE TWO STATES BANK Stophonsporfc Ky At the close of business on the Sltt day of December 1906 UBSOUnOKS Loans and discounts SUitU Si Overdrafts secured 0 0- 0Ovcrdrafts unsecured 0 00 Due from National 17Duo130000Duo73671BunklngHouse0 Other Heal Estate 0 00 Mortgages 0 00 US Bonds 0 00 IHhjr Stocks and Bands 0 00 Specie 1730 H OllExchunJCoOther Items carried as 0Furnituro15571Fund00Current000Givetlon value and how long owned all rl al bunkinghouse owiuxl lunger than live years K j 00 Current Expenses Last Six Months 7SO 85 TO 36 011T1 95 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In 0cash5- UndlvldedProfts 2 18 2481 01 1 Duo Depositors as Sal vizDepositsch 3k on which Int Iswin not paid fiBU 6C Deposits subject to check onwhich int Is paid 000 ofdepositsIs paid 0 00 Time certificates of deposits on which Int is paid 34675 24 Saving Deposits on which Int Is pall 00 Certified Checks 00 00 03110 WJ rDuoBankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 0 00 Cashlars Checks outstanding 0 00 fills r dllscpunted 0 00 Unpaid dividends I 000 Taxes due and unpaid 0 00 Capital Stock not paid 00- SUPILEMENTAHY 0 Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including lntho 11 blllty of the company or firm the liability of the Individual mem bers thereof directly or Indirect ly If such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital story actually paid in and actual amount of sue 00 flow is Ipndebtednessetated lnabove Item 1 secured See Sec 5H3 Kentucky Statutes High tost amountof Indebtedness t any director or officer If amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of 4lanK 00 StatutesHowDoes amount of Indebtedness of any person company or flan Including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 60 per cent of paid up NoIfedness Amount ot last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of nit profits of the banK for the curried covered to the aurphis fund dividend be YesSee81171 05 UaCountyI JohnS Adair Cashier ot the Two States Think a Hank located and doing business at Stophensport1nforegoing report Is in all respects a true stat mouton the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1001 to the best ot his knowledge told belief jajyl further says that the business of said Hanknas been transacted at the lo cution named and Sot elsewhere and Unit the above report is made In compliance with im olliclal notlie received from the Secretaryt of State designating the 31st day ber 1DOO us the day on which such report shah be made JOHN S ADAm Cushier U A SMITh O W PAYNE It A SIll ILsIAN Directors Subscribed and sworn to before mo by John JanuaryltglBy ANDREW CiuyrroaDrDSC t Wants ffii l h hAdvertisements Inserted under this bead at one cent a word per weekIFORSALEA chocolate set In green 150 For particulars write to Mows ofllce Cloverport IyIFOR SALE A Rood sowing machine for i following I VlANTED1ersonat Oleideane Ky tojj correspond for The IIreckenr liKe I Managingk I WANTED CIUH1EUI want u tllmllyII tobacco Fresii good Write at once IL L limner Union IlltdII Kontucity I islurseyAlso I chellpforHearingSkatesNews FOR SALE All Ideal cash register for Particulars write toThe Ilrecken ridge News Clovernort Ky r oft SALK Farms Adkiwon Ilros rwrof Clovernort iC- yANTEDOentlcman I W w lady with good reference to trawl by rail or with rig Sara firm of 3x5000000 capital Salary p1 07100 per year and expenses salary paM weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky POI SA IEA tuition certificate In the wlng Green Bualnecft College Hrfck enrldge Now Pan SALE 100 arrOK ot land laying on the railroad seal Kirk 100 acres cleared itx In woodland Good barn id acres in tnoddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further articular write the Bruckenrtdge News uloTtrport Ky x 1 ANTED To trade trait trees for lumber VV Write or call on Ino D Babbage Clo- Y rport Ky y FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of rood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas sad Gasoline Ki1neeMARTiN GABLE 116 3rd Street Louisville KT Quarterly Report OF TUB FIRST STATE BANK Irvington Ky At the close of business on the 51st day of December 1906 HESOUnCBR Loans and Discounts 44145 ff Overdrafts secured u 1K5 M Overdrafts unsecured 315 s Duo from National Hanka 4liM M Duo from State Hunks and Hunkers 500 M Due from Trust C impanlos 0 00 5020 26 Banking House and lot 4 COO DO Other Heal Estate 0 00 Mortgages n 0 00 000I U D uuuua Other Stocks and Bonds 0 00I Specie 5114150 Currency 1200 00 2304 50I Exchange for Clearings 0 W Other itotiis curried as Cash 01 15 Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Fund to pay Taxes 0 00I Current Expenses Last Quarter 0 W- Olo 000 description location valuound how 10njtowIJed all real estate except t banking house und lot It any owned longer than 11 voyeurs 4 00 J8S821 22 LTAlilLITIRS Capltul StocK paid In In oush 516000 00 Surplus Iund 1400 00 Undivided Proilts E78 38 Due depositors us follows viz vDepositson which Interest Is not Dep0 its subject to chock fSmj45 on which Interest Is paid 0 W Jomund certificates of de posits on whichI Interest U paid T M Time certificates of dupos Its on which out Is paid 124tS IS Savings Deposits on which is Interest Is paid Q 99 Certified Checks V00 40iU fiB Due National Hanks 0 99 Due State Banks and Hunkers 0 00 Due Trust Companies 0 00 0 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding 000 Hills rediscounted 3000 110 i Unpaid dividends 0 GO Taxes duo and unpaid 000 Capital Stock not paid 0 00ISUPPLEMENTARY iI Highest amount of Indebt edness of any taockhold or person company ortfirm Including In the blllty ot the company or- drmtiwlablhtyoltbeln rdividual members there i aoft directly or Indirectly it such Indebtedness ex ceeds SO percent of capi m tal stock actually paid In und actual amount of sur m IInI See Sec583 sty Statutes indebtedness ij officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up cap = ital stock of bank 0 00 KyStatuteshow X t Does amount of indebtedness of any person Includ alingI company or firm thin lia bility of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus 000 It so state amount of such Indebtedness 0 00 Amount of last dividend 0 00 Were all expenses losses eInterest and taxes de ducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less thanto per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend car- rIed to the surplus fund before said dividend Was declared Yes Yes See Sec 500 ICy Statutes SOl 22 State of Kentucky r County of Breckourldgess n II Kemper CashIer of the 1 First state Hunk u tank located and doing business at No street In the town of Irvington Ky lu sold county being duly well sworn says the foregoing report Is In all re spectsa true statement of the condition of tho sold Rank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1000 to the bust of his knowledge and belief and further says that transitctedIud that the made in com with an ofilefolnotice received from he Secretary of tuto designating the 31st day of December lUOtl us the day on wblch- such report shallbo suede H II IvEMiKH Cashier W1 rbHJNO K WIMP Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me by 11SC H Camper Cashier the 3d day Of January 1908 T N McGiorniJiN N P My commission expires February 13 1910 I IMEET ME AT NOLTESII II h f j 1 r Winter Isnt Over g Old Crimp is just beginning to Swoop f Ip down upon us with all the terror of a March wind or a February freeze f6ViV 6ViI Thank Goodnessll6VV i We are prepared for him The winters wind turned into springs sunshine with 1 goods from QUI store I 7 6 W yf Je C Nolte SL Bro r fCloverport Ky LJf l 51 UricI J =r l =I MAKERSICadlck Ind fk WJ i How About Your I I EYES Out of 150 guar anteed pairsi 1 I glasses in the ofII I five months not j has yet come back i II SEVERS DRUG CO C 1nL3 lls ffF T- kX DR TAYLOR ftft- I j jhjI g DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO Will be In Cloverport on ilia-I trio 12th and 13th ot each mmoth Dr Lightfoots office Any one wishing plate work please call early Friday morn Ing J h h Raw Furs Wanted We pay the highest market pjlce for l kinds of Furs Every Trapper and Fur dealer should write us at once for Price List and our New Plan Address B F Wilson Fur Co Txiscoln Ills LE ROY PLOWS rolonutho lives or IHOUSES and MEN They draw EASY they HOLD EASY They run stonyThoyNot the cheapest but the host Made UoyllowliConrad Payne 6 Co Cloverport Enter Normals i Miss Notfa Harrison of Mystic has ceived an appointment to the Normal Schdol at Bowling Green and will enter time this monthiMiss Carra Harrison of Mystic will enter the Normal at Hardinsburg YOU CERTAINLY I must te iff i do not see the advantage to he g ira from the ue of CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Let us point out a few of them It goes farther than any other brand of flour It makes the most delicioue baked stuffs that flour can make There are no failures where Cadicks Gold Dust is placed in the hands of a good cookThink of that Well tell you more next time I INo Waiting Here trust tell us how much Lumber you need We have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is rendy for you Thats the thing you soiLet us have your order today Your House I Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt Cloverpurt Ky For Sale Duroc Jersey Hogs TurkeysToms Hens 250 S B C Leghorns E P Hardaway RPDNo 1 Irvington Ky Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUSTYOU 10 DAYS200 HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of your hair and we will mail a 22 IiI short stem human hair switch to match satisfactory remlt2tKIn Zf days Extra shades little finoIsyrInclose S cents posta r FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities arc extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass h G + is 6i +l9iri19Wi1WGfa1Mlfa cr rcpt v 1 6 THEBR I NR1DGE NEWS CLOVERlPORT KY JANUARY q 1907 Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Snow it now To find Oat Fill a bottle or common glass with your Water and let It stand Vwentyfour haari a sediment settling indicates unhealthy condl lion of the kid neys stains your linen evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire pare pain the back olio bladII are out orderWhat to Do There I comfort In the knowledge SwampRooti wish in curing rheumatism pain the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage corrects inability passingItwine beer and overcomes that unpleasant otteqduringduring the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Sttanlp Root soon t realized stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases H you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this idiscoveryimore about It both sent absolutely free by mail or an r if It it is to It or In 1U is so In It or is It In I Ad tress ur turner Jf eorawempaoot Co Binghamton N Y Whtfo writing men tlot reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake bat remember the name SwampHoot lr Kilmers Swamp Hoot and the addreM Plnglmmton N Y 4 Is on every bottle H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDIN64UR6 KY Will practice his urofeloa In allot tb Courts of Breckcnrldire and adjoining soar ties Special attention Riven to oo stile road CUM and criminal practice License V practice In Hinted State District Courts Offlwxvet Rank of Hardlnsburjr COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prep 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 100 per dry A StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILIE PACKET COrt- NCelttCNATaIII Fast Mailand Passenger Lino between Louisville and Evan rills- Steamers= TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m passngelticketsments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSEN8EB FARE EDUCED Cloverport to Louisville lj6 Clovorport to Evansville ljb- Cloverport to Owentboro 76 Splendid acommodatlojii for stock General Office 154156T58 jUt at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and Pit GEOH WILSON Suit L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No Hfl Dully Kant Train leas Clowpott olllyulveNo 142 tally Mall and KxpreMl avas01o vexport 442 A Mstopa at all way stations urlvesLoulHVflle12a6 p m Train No lit Dally fut mall leaves Olo verport 448 p m stops at all way stations atLoulsvtlloaccommodation WEST BOUND Cloverportaccommodatlonlenvu401ovcrport villa goo am oxproesleavesatIIawesvllloStanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 730 p m Train No 143 Mull and Kinross dally ar rives Glovorport 740 p m Evansville 1030 y in Stops at all stations No145 dally St Louis fallt traIn leavesCIo AMIlwesv1l1oOwonsboro weenLoUIBvtllecars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 140 between Louisville nrd St Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except Hunday leave Fordsvllle 430 n cocas Irvlngton 840 ftni Train No4 Dally except Sunday leave Fords vlllo 320 pm arrives lrrla ton 520 pm Train No 6 Sunday only VordkvllleOitO a m Irviniton 90 a m WKST BOUND Train Ho S Dally except Rnoday leave JrvlactOB lMam urlvM JTorOjTllU ltf alirata Vo I Dally Uavea IrvtaftoH IM M anlvM ftrfavllU tM ti m BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE 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 Thomas Brown 35 well known as n whistler died at the Riverside lies pital In Yonkers X Y Ills wife Mrs Eva Drown is an actress Major General Von Der Launltz protect of pollee of SL Petersburg was shot and killed by a young man at the institute of experimental medicine at St Petersburg Investigation of the connection of John It Walsh former president of the Chicago National bank with tho failure of that institution waa com iifenced by special federal grand jury French War Minister Plcqiiart ao companied by chiefs of staff of the army and navy and inspectors general of artillery and engineers left Paris for the United States on a tour of In spectlon When the proper time arrives Ben jamin R Shlvely formerly congress man from the Thirteenth Indiana dis trict will formally announce his can didacy tor the Democratic nomination for vice president of United Stator Fire destroyed a block of buildings at London Ky An oil gusher flowing 1820 barrels a day exceeding anything on record in Indian Territory oil fields was brought in near Sapulpa Mates deckhands and firemen em played by the various coal companies operating boob In the Plttsburg her bor struck tor an iioreaM In wages averaging about 13 per cent Depressed over his defeat for reelection Thomas Temple who was registrar of deeds for Suffolk oounty took his own life at his home la Ne onset Mass by Inhaling gaa James McCrea of Pittsburg tint vice president of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg was elected president of the Pennsylvania Ran road company to succeed the late A J Cassatt A dozen persons were insured 40 families were made homeless 60 horses were roasted to death and property valued at 200000 was de stroyed In the fire that burned a big tenement house at New York Armed band le committing depreda tions in Pinar del Rio province Cuba Herman GuJclnest a famous fresco painter was found in his home at Now York suspended from a ropo made from sheets He strangled to death Alfred Burga who says he is tho son of the postmaster of Livingston Mont surrendered at Now Orleans saying he forged and cashed small postofllce money orders in San Fran cisco and Salt Lake City Thornton Sampson the convict re cluse serving a life sentence for murder from Athens county 0 and who was received March 14 1892 was the recipient of the New Tenrd par don at the hands of Governor Harris Deadlock in the Delaware house Republican caucus over the election of a candidate for speaker was bro ken Richard Hodgson favored by Senator Hlgglns was selected for speaker over the candidate favored by Senator Alee All private rebates to shippers have suet neon abolished by all the rail roads in the United Kingdom Unusually cold weather continues to prevail throughout Germany the tern poratur registering 5 to 10 degrees below zero Many persons have frozen to death Congressman Amos R Webber of Elyria 0 and Mias Nettle Finch of Hinckley 0 were married at the home of the bride in Hinckley They will reside In ElyrlaII Near Lacrosi Va on the Seaboard Air line passengers In the sleeper of a train out of Richmond Va were held up by two men and robbed of about 800 besides Jewelry General Hiram Scofield 77 of Wash ington Ia died at the residence of his t daughter in Seattle Wash duo to old age General Scofleld served In the i Union army throughout the civil war Louis Miller 49 an employ at a slaughter house at Columbus commit ted suicide by hanling- Brickmaking plant of risks dt Co at Dover Point N Y was burned by robbers entailing a lots of 350000 William Whittaker of Mt Carmel Pa murdered his wife by cutting her throat with a razor Domestic discord Thomas A Logan 78 widely known as an attorney and father of Lieuten ant Commander George W Logan of the United States navy died a his home in Cincinnati O Ferryboat Paterson of tho Erie rail j road line was sunk by a collision with a freight lighter in the Hudson river while on her way to New York tromI Jersey City Passengers wero saved Pope received many donations to help him in the difficulties with Franco Thoy Include 400000 from j Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria j and 400000 from Cardinal Vashary archbishop of Gran Hungary Filipino people are elated over press reports that President Roosevolt con templates visiting the islands next ummerIJapanese capitalists and ranchers scoured a corner on potatoes jn Call icrnla markets and are forcing prices up at a rapid rata Major B T Taggart whoso dlvoroo oar was aa affair of national interest rcUraod front the Philippine aa JIlekI lars aril to a yatloat at a kosojKoi la riail aM DROP FELL Before Notice of Commutation of Sen tenced Reached the Sheriff Vicksburg Miss Jan IWill Har vey a nogro was hanged at Mayers vllle Miss three minutes before no tice that his sentence had been com muted reached tho sheriff of Issa quonn county Harveys attorney was notified by Governor Vardaman that tho negros sentence had been com muted to imprisonment for life He hurried to the telephone and put In a call for the Issaquena sheriff Tho latter did not roach the telephone un til three minutes often the drop fell Harvey was sentenced to be hanged for the murder of another nogro named Pote Bromo In March last Oil Indictments Valid Chicago Jan IJudge Landis In iUnited States court overruled the demurrer of the Standard 011 company to eight Indlctmonts pending against that corporation but sustained tho de murrer as to two other indictments because of technical defects Those prosecutions said the court are for alleged violations of the Elkins law The charger is that the defendant ob tained transportation of Its property by various railway companies at rates less that those named in tho carriers published schedules JUltimatum to Harriman Peoria III Jan 2 Grand Master John J Hannahan of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engine men telegraphed a second ultimatum to B H Harriman of the Southern Pacific railroad warning him of the impending drastic measures that will be placed into effect unless he exor alder lib powers to terminate the grievances now pending Rajah I Killed The Hague Jan 1 Tho famous Rajah of km Island of Celebes Dutch East Indies who for many years soused trouble o the government author sties was found dead In a ravlno The Spirit of Winter The Spirit of Winter is with us mak ing its presence known in many dif ferent ways sometitnos by cherry sun shine and glistening snow and sometimes by driving winds and blinding storms To many people it seems to takes delight in making bad things worse for rheumatism twists harder twings sharper catarrh become more annoying and the many symptom of scrofula are developed and aggravated There is not much poetry in this but there is truth sail it is a wonder that more people dont got rid of those ask meats The medicine that cures them Hoods Sarsapnrilla is easily obtain ed and there ie abundant proof that its cures are radical and permanent Want Receiver For Rock Island Guthrie O T Jan 2A large num bar of mill men and grain lumber cotton and coal dealers In Oklahoma sent to President Roosevelt a petition asking that a receiver be appointed for the Rock Island railroad alleging inability on tho part of the corpora lion properly to handle the freight and passenger business offered to it for transportation The petition is the direct outcome of the car short ago from which the interests repre sented by the signors of the petition are still suffering Gans Takes On Jimmy Britt Tonopah Nov Jan BBen Sollg acting for Joe Cans and M 11 Riley on behalf of the Casino Athletic club signed articles calling tar a finish fight between Cans and Jimmy Britt Tho purse is to be 25000 00 per cent to the winner and 40 to tho loser play Live 100 Yeas The chances for living n full century are excellent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duucsn of Haynesville Mo now p0 years old She writes Electric Bit tan cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia + of 20 years standing and made me feel ns well aud strongt as n young girl Electric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver dis ease Blood disorders General Debil sty and bodily weakness Sold on n puiintnte by Severs Driig Company Price only 50c- 1Vhat to Teach n Girl TeAch her to dross for health and comfort as wall as for appearance Teach her how to darn sto kings sew on n button and mend a glove Teach her to say Nol and stick to it or Yos and mean itITeach her to make hers the neatest room in the house Teach her to have nothing to do with intemperate or dissolute young men Teach her to regard the morals and habits and not money in selecting her associates Tench her that music drawing and painting are real accomplishments in in the house and not to be neglected if there is time and money for their use If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Laxels just once to see what they will do for you Laxels ere little toothsome Cuudy tablets nice to eatnice In effect No griping no pain Just a gentle laxative effect that Is pleasingly deiir able Handy for the vest pocket or parse LaxeU come to you In beauti ful lithographed metal boxy at 8 cents and lIS ccato told by 3svsrs Drat Com Iaa7 Mistakes Wife For Burglar Paducah Ky Jan tGeorge C C Kolb a young wholesale druggist shot and probably fatally injured his wife formerly Miss Brightio Lylo a popular society girl Ho retired late and about 3 oclock awakened from his sleep Ho saw a form coming near him mad his first thought was of burglars Seizing a pistol from under his pillow ho tired The first shot missed but the second penetrated the wifes chest and grazed a lung Physicians pro nounce her case hopeless Ho Is pros trated with grief as also Is his moth erinlaw Mrs Georgia Lylo After the Ball Lexington Ky Jan 3ln a fight at Pine Top Knott County Harrison Stone Walter Hanks and Walter Thomas woro killed and others wound ed On account of the Inaccessibility of that section of Knott county com pieta details of the tragedy havo riot been secured It was learned that Stone Hanks Thomas and others me at a country dance and drank too much whisky There had boon 111 feeling between tho Stone and Thom as families for years and heated by tho liquor the men quarreled They were put out of tho house and outside n general fight ensued Friends of Stone and Thomas followed them outside Hanks did not tako part In the shootingPassenger Train Wrecked Lexington Ky Jan 3Eight peo ple were seriously Injured and 24 oth ors badly shaken up In a wreck on the Louisville dt Atlantis railway 40 miles from Richmond Ky The most seri ously injured are Albert Wilson his two sons Edward and Clopsey the wife and child of Edward Wilson all of this city and three passengers whose names are unknown The babys hand was burned completely off Mrs Wilson was burned severely about the body The wreck was caused by a broken flange on the pony trucks of the engine The engine and one coach jumped the track turning com pletely over The injured are at tho Richmond hospital Dam Gave Way Madlsonvllle Ky Jan nThe dam of the hag artificial lake at Earlington four miles south of this city broke and destroyed much property among which was n number of residences which had been deserted by the occu pants when it was learned that the dam was about to give way It was a body of water covering about 100 acres and this amount of water was turned Into a rich farming country bolow the dam naturally causing a groat loss but no estimate can be made at this time Handle Combine Nashbllle Tenn Dec 31 Tho Southern Handle company of Memphis the Royal Handle company of Harrisburg Ark tho Southern Handle company of Huntsvlllo Ala and the Bernar Handle company of Manor Pa were merged Into the Consolidat ed Handle company with a capital of 1000000 Memphis wilt bo the headquarters of the concWn and the east ern office will be located in Pittsburg Pa M R Grace of Memphis is exert dent of the new company Church Burned Lexington Ky Jap 3n tho mid die of the sermon at tho Church of the Assumption the congregation was ter rifled by the crash of a falling chandelier and the discovery that the en tire roof of the edifice was In flames Father James Romayne succeeded In preventing a panic and the congrega lion escaped safely A grotto back of the church was credited as tho scene of miraculous cures drawing many pll grlms hero Tebeaus Plans Louisville Ky Jan 3Tho stockholders of the Louisville baseball club elected Thomas A Barker an attar ney president and Thomas Chiving ton formerly of Milwaukee vice pres ident and manager Owner Goorgo Tobeau will remove to Kansas City and devote the major portion of his tlmo hereafter to the club which he owns in that city with Nate Wilbur as secretary Thrown Out of Court Nashville Tonn Jan IThe In junction granted John D Fletcher and Hayden Dodd enjoining tho state of Tennessee from purchasing 11000 acres of coal land In the Cumberland mountains was dissolved by Chancel lor Allison This throws the case out of court Over an Embankment Wheeling W Va Jan ZForty eight passengers on a suburban trac tion car OB tho Wheeling di Elm Qrovo line were bruised two seriously at Fulton tear here when the car Jumped the track and plunged over a faur toot embankment One Negro Killed Two Hopklnsvlllo Ky Dec 31 Because his aleter n taw Margaret Taylor married Henry Morris against his wishes Lewis Wilson colored went to their homo a few hours after the ceremony and shot both Wilson escaped Accused of Patricide Union City Tenn Dec 31 Lee Holder 18 son of ROY J R Holder was arrested charged with murdering his father who was found dead Thurs lay night CASTORIAI Ter Infants and Children Tlw KM YIH HiTi Alwajs iMfit Mme c r 4J- ii Dortt Suffer Ilnight ions from toothache neuralI sia or rheumatism Slo s Liivinxeivtkills the pain quiets the nerves and induces sleep- At all dealers Price 25c 50c HOO Dr Earl SSloaov Boston MassUSA 7JAHOND BRAND SHOeSI WfANl Ifhi W C Norwine of Flat River in the lead mine district of Missouri has sent us this photo ofa pair of Diamond Brand shoes worn 10 months undergroundwhere ordinary shoes average about 6 weeks Our heavy Diamond Brand work shoes are in every mm way as superior in their class as are our highest grade dress shoesand we make more fine shoes than any other House in the West I tfWE THANANiJOTHEUi 0MMOV0 BRAND i THE I Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 3r 3r r r r r a3 h DI IDNDBAND- SNOfAfAffRS I 1 I OfToe most centrally located and onlJJ firstclass hotel In the city JmaklnR s J 1 1200 rate Only one block from tbe principal shopping district and two blocks the principal theatres tromttStreet cars yeas the door to all of the cltVII Irh Y i3 i a a G 100NONNNONONNNoON NNONNNONONOO eN The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company i CAPITAL 50000 00 B F BEARD PRRSIDRNT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COIIPTON Assistant Cnt bitr DIRECTORS Morris Esldiilgc G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard 4 JJDoestrator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity i Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Firo or Burglar- yNN00NOONON00000NOOOOOONONNOOOOOONNONNO a 8QcH sseeatraaot 4MeeeH eHlFlorida1 and Cuba9 The Winter Playground Easily and Quickly Reached Via th- eo RailwayAnd x r Fast and convenient schedules comfortable Pullman Equipment Dinin Car Service Attractive tours throng Florida including a delightful sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key West goingmvice versa with stopover privileges Florida Special In service again beginning January 7th Solid irain with latest Pullman equipment to Jacksonville and St Augustine without dailyCheap Oklahoma Indian Ter andSoutheastMarch 6 and 19 For Illustrated Literature Rates and oomplete information address F anya ont of the Southern Railway or C H HUNGERFORD District Ptiseaisr Agent t OUlSVILtE KY J F LOGAN TraTeliijf Pace Afeit Lexfegfei Ky J C RAM ANt CM Pile Ajt T J111 J- i v d h r THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 9 1907 7 Jesse Marlow Charged With Bigamy in Arkansas Mr Jesse Marlow a former citizen of Patesville this county is in jail at Van buren Arkansas charged with bigamy and perjury The latter charge it is said is in connection with having obtained the license for the alleged second marriageMarlow left Hancock county about eighteen months ago and wont toI Arkansas to work in timber with Mr L S Powers a former Hawesvillc citizen for the St Louis Stave Lumber Co Before he left this county he was con nected with the Cincinnatti Cooperage i Co and is regarded ns an excellent timber man When he departed from Hancock county he left behind a wife at Patosy ville who was a Miss Lamb before marriage ahd he was never divorced from her and now it is charged tHat he was later married to a Miss Smith at it Chester Ark It seems that Mr Mar ri low is addicted to the dope habit and some years ago he attended a place in Ohio which professes to cure such afflictions Complications with one of the nurses at this institution it Ir 7 I rling gCfablepreparalionforASI Promotes DigeslionCheerfur ness andItestConlains neither Opium forpl ne nor liieral NOT NARC OTIC aUlTSANlJELlfTCHER Avj dad JlxSrnna e Rtwwa niJNd r Briuda+ rrrdSGvth nrrj forConsipa4tWorms Convulsions Fcverish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP I Facsimile Signature or v NEW YORK I1YLEXACTr t is said wastt sufficient ground for his Patesville wife to proceed for a divorce and she did so with the result that a legal separation was granted her at the recent term of Hancock Circuit Court However the charge of a second marriage was made before this divorce was granted Mallow we are inform ed had returned to the Ohio sanitar ium and was there caught recently and returned to Arkansas where he is now in jail The authorities at Vanburen arc in communication with parties here in order to procure proof of Marlows first marriagewhich will be used in the prosecution of the case against him In the meantime his friends are free to say that his mind was affected and that he is not wholly responsible at times for his conductHancock Clarion Little touches of backache should not be allowed to go untended Rheumatism and natty other things follow A box of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills will bring relief quickly They drive the poison from the body Act on the liver as will as the kidneys A 25 cent box holds a weeks treatment Sold by all druggists The more discontented a man is with others the better satisfied he is with himself CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the 1 Signatureof 9 In- Use MI For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THI CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY n J wrN It AT THE rNEWSi OFFICE j Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional t it words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price 19 00 Sanfords Premium Writing Fluid for fountain pens per pint 50 Writing and Copying Combined l Fluid per pint 50 l i tr+ Sandfords Library Paste S Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds and Hortgages flemorantlum Books School Supplies Business and Social Statfonery 1 rionogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes t Printed and Engraved Business Cards c Daify Papers Magazines and Novels Souvenir Post Cards For Sale at theI U NEWS OFFICE fAt A i o xf+ J AIKIN TAX Validity Sustained by Superior Court at Cincinnati Cincinnati 0 Jan 3The Aikln saloon tax law was sustained by tho superior court in this city The law raised the Dow tax from 350 to 1000 per annum This was tho most im portant case pending in the state of Ohio for on tho fate of this bill de pended tho contingency of tho legisla ture being called in extra session to enact scores of bills which were in the same situation as the Aikin law The main point depended on by the in terests which desired to have tho bill declared invalid was a claim that tho lato Governor Pattison was not in a condition of health to know the contents of the bill when it was taken t the gubernatorial residence by his private secretary and that cone e Quontly it did not come within that provision of the law which says the states chief executive shall have full knowledge of every bill which Is pro sented to him for executive action Members of Governor Pattisons fam ily and his physicians were called to testify as to his physical and mental condition during the time the Aikinl bill was Inpossession of his secretary To stop a Cold with Preventics i safer than to let it run and cure it after wards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head off all colds und Grippe and prehaps save you from Pneu monia or Bronchitis Preveutics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If vou are chilly if you begin to sneeze try Preventics They will surely checkl the cold and please you Sold b Severs Drug Company HELD VOID- ii Federal Court Passes on Lafollette Fellow Servants Law Memphis Tenn Jan 2Judge Mo Call of the federal court declared the La Follette fellow servants act uncon stitutional The action was that of Damsolle Howard against the Illinois Central Railroad company and a spe cial representative ot the department of justice at Washington argued tho case for the government Judge Mc Call said I am unable to bring my mind to tho conclusion that the liabil ity of a common carrier to Its om ployo for injuries Is Interstate com morce or commorce of any character within the meaning of the commerce clause of tho constitutionI To Probe Block Signal Systems Washington Jan 2The Interstate commerce commission reached an agreement to investigate the block signal systems on both the Southern and Baltimore Ohio railways in view of tho recent disastrous collisions and derailments on those roads attended by serious Injury and loss of life The first hearing will be held In this city Friday Jan 4 President Directs an Appeal Washington Jan 4The decisions by Judge Evans at Louisville and Judge McCall at Menu his declaring unconstitutional the employers liabil ity act have been brought to Presi dent Roosevelts attention and an nouncement was made at the White House that the president will direct that an appeal be taken from these decisions When the cold winds dryand crack the skin abox of salve can save much discomfort In buying salve look fo tbe name on the box to avoid any imi Uticuis and be sure you get the original1 DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by nil druggists Want Peonage Cases Dismissed Knoxville Tenn Jan 8 Attorneys for railroad contractors under Indictment on the charge of peonage tla holding negroes on railroad construc tion contracts will petition Attorney General Bonaparte to dismiss the cases Whon the trials occurred hero last November Carl Burger was ac quitted but a mistrial was entered The petition to the attorney general It Is said will set out that if a conviction results it will tend to make ne gro labor more Insubordinate to whites and if the men are convicted it may influence some contractors tAt cruelty to negro laborers District torney Penland says he will resist the endeavor to dismiss the case The government has 20 negro witnesses in custody retaining them to testify Floods In Southern Indiana Louisville Ky Jan 4The Inces sant rainfall of the past 48 hours has caused much anxiety in the southern part of Indiana Several creeks are on a rampage and much damage is al ready reported White and Wabash rivers are rising at the rate of several inches an hour and at soveral points an overflow Is feared The Ohio river is rising rapidly here and It Is thought the danger line will be passed before night Jloports from points along the Ohio river indicate that much alarm is felt for tho safety of families in tho lowlands Warning is being sent by telephone to all the country districts along tho river advising thom of tho overflow Ordered to Shoot at Mashers Alton 111 Jan 2Orders were issued to the police by Chief of Police Maxwell to shoot at mashers who an noyed women on the streets and at tempt to escape arrest Tho orderfol lowed an unsuccessful attempt by Chief Maxwell to hit a masher at whom iio fire Tho chief chased the masher two blocks and because tho latter failed to obey the command to halt two bullets were fired after him without effect other than to increase his speed I UNCONSIDERED TRIFLESIII COUNT IN ETIQUETTE Mrs Frank Learned in her book of fortytwo chapters gives a lot of inter esting information as to the Etiquette of New York ToDay For instance she says the correct way for a family to enter a pow in church is for the mother to enter first go to the end of the pew the daughters follow then the sons and tho father as the head of the family has the sent at the end of the pewnear the aisle It is interesting to know that the whole fancily is expected to march into church together and that includedoShe tells the reader that it is not con sidered good form to appear to be say ing of paper and that a note should be begun about 2 inches from the top of the paper and a margin left at the foot of the page If a note is only to be two pages long it is interesting to know that a page is to be skipped otherwise the letter is to be wiitton on consecu ltive pages Moreover it is interesting to know that in New York they do not write city on social notes the streets number being sufficient In regard toI marking linen for the bride she says White embroidery is the best taste for marking linen Ink is never used Monograms from an inch to two inches are used On table linen the initials are placed near the hem across one corner or on napkins they may be near the center to show when folded On sheets and pillow cases they are placed usualyfor a bride to have her silver clothing and line markod with the monogram or initals of her maiden name Apropos of wedding notices the author says that it is incorrect to say daughter of Mr and Mrs The correct form is daugh ter of George Brown or if the father is not living the late George Brown The mothers name is not included She says people who say the four hundred in referring to social supremacy show ignorance as it is so absolutely I ruled out It is also bad form to say elegant wealthyor homely the proper words being rich beautiful and plain One may say smart but the adopted will not be it used after the wordII Half The World Wonders how the other half lives Those who use Bucklena Arrica Serve never won der if it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruption they know it will Mrs Grant Shy113o K Rey nolds bt Springfield III says I regard it one of tIle absolute mcessities of housekeeping Guaranteed by Severs Drug Company 25c A lot of folks who think of faith only as a ferry to heaven are going to get their feet wet We become slaves to habit by counting an occasional indulgence as a dem i onstration of liberty Clear up the complexion clcinse th liver and tone the system You can best do this by a dose or two of Pe Wilts Little JJiirly Risers Safe reliable little pills with a reputation The pills that everyone knows Rec ommended by nil druggists rHlect New Officers Glendeane Ky Jan 5 The following new officers were elected at the last meeting of the F A MLodge Np 747 Dr R T Demp ster Master J D Owen Jr Senior Warden W C Moorman Junior War den W D Owen Secretary A E Smith Treasurer J A Dean Senior Deacon L Ashby Junior Deacon John Kiper Tyler It Costs Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart isIaffected One person in four I has a weak heart it may be you If so you should know ft now and save serious con sequences If you have short breath fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother ing spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is weakand perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will re lieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly your condition will improve About a year ago I wrote to the Miles Medical Co asking advice ag I was Buttering with heart trouble and had been tor two years I had pain in my heart back rind left aide and had not been nblo to draw a deep bronth for two years Any little exer tion would caugo palpitation and I could not lie on my left side without advised me to try Dr Milan heart Cure and Nervine which I did with tho result that I am In bettor health than I ever was before paving tp ln Hl 14 pounds since I com menced taking It I took about thirteen bottles of the two mldlcJneslandhavont boon bothered since MRS LILLIE THOMAS Upper Sandusky Ohio Dr Mlles Heart Cure Is soM by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money IVlilesiMfcdical Co Elkhartlnd t t ll- I L W II BOWMEII President A D SKILCMAN Cashier F L LIOHTFOOT VIccPresldent CHAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 1 Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits s Business great and smallsolicited jj- tNlitiiem Dt3 Q mOL Otli1 aeslieie il seWNuNN- M Beautiful Complexions Return this with 50 one cent stamps or 25 ono cent stamps with the names and addresses of twenty ladies and learn how to have a lovely natural color as long as you live This method is now beingii revealed for the first time to the general public There are no cosmetics bleaches face powders or other poisons in this Pimples blackheads and discolorations disappear forever under this method Women and girls who wish to be beautiful will be taught tho simple laws of beauty and they will learn how the most beautiful women in Paris guided and controlled by Master Gypsy and Greek minds appeared upon the scene played the game of life and carried everything before them with their bright eyes and unrivalled complexions- L J MOCKLEY 1133 BROADWAY NEW YORK jD 6etMeeOielifa0fmbeiieedeiiefileSriNMrNNeKieNiFirst1t IRVINGTON KY Y W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden b lB H KEMPER Cashier iiAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited I Interest Paid on Time Deposits a reee0oeeeazeeasas r THE FINEST CATALOGUE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE loeisrlUe DRYCEN and fif rab THE LEXINGTON HERALD LEADING DEMOCRATIC DAILY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY ilS 500 To January 1908 50Q This bargain the lath news paper readers Kentucky the yearly subscription price being JilOO will again 907 of The Herald before subscribing write copy The Lexington Herald Company LEXINGTON KY Plain Hello John Made Him Happy Internal Revenue Commissioner John W Yorkos objects to the title of Colonel The fact that he hrils from Ken tucky and almost invariably addressed by the time honored handle gives him great distress of mind Every time man culls me Colon el said Mr Yerkes turn around and address him General Admiral Wiis city of Washington is just about the worst place was ever in for titles You cant find any plain American citfcens hire It Admiral Colonel Captain of Mr Secretary Mr Commissioner Mr Doorkeeper Mr AttorneyGeneral Why even the colored help around the Treasury Department address each other as Mr Messenger or Mr Elevator Conductor Ono seonafter reached Washington was in my office talking with crowdof Congressmen and in wants old Admiral Watson As the door he Hello John howar- eyouI leaped up from my chair ant rushed forward to greet him Admiral cried could just hug you for call me that Please do it again Im so dead sick and tired of being called Colonel that my iven name is music to my oars Washington Post Twenty Below Zero Harlem Mont Dec 31 06 JJ DJ Babbage Esq Cloverport Ky Dear SirFind draft for two dollars Ever Issued by a commercial school will be sent upon requect to teachers and others who are Interested in a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 pages six by nine Inches It printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with em bossed cover and beautifully illustrated wit photos of the building faculty interior views specimens of Penmanship Shorthand etc also contains halHone illustrations of the leading buildings of Louisvilleand rrany charming scenes from the wdrldfamed parks that surround our beautiful city tells why it is better for YOU attend school in Louisville than elsewhere Tts book wlenable you to decide between good ark woriles commercial choos Send tJr a free cct today Ky- THOS w fresert GEO W SCWAF Lc Tra I I i is a special offer that we are tnukiug t of regular which be in effect after January 15 If you would like to see a copy us foi fret sample is a I as or I is General day I I a he opened shouted I I ing Is It It to y to apply on my account I wanted t send it in time to buy the Xmas turkey but was busy with other dutiess t neglected it until now I think a great deal of the New Would be very glad if you could get another Golden Rod to write fro n hewleyville We enjoyed the holidays vei y much Everybody ate turkey We are having regular winter rv very cold 20 below sero the oldest great deal of snow but as tlure i iaabundance of grass and hay tock t all kinds will do well A happy V Year to all Sincere H liar ltway A Modern Miracle Trulr miraculous seemed the is v ery of Mrs ftiollie Holt of this place writes JOH Hooper WoodfordTenr she was so wasted by coughing up puss from her lungs Doctors declared her end so near that her family had watch ed by her bedside fortyeight hums when at my urgent request Dr King s New Discovery was given her with the astonishing result that improvement began and continued until she finally completely recovered and is a healthv woman today Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds sOc and 100 by Severs Drug Company Trial bottle free You cannot tune up your life to tho divine unless you will at some time shutout the did of daily business au- g JLAJTj 1j THE BRECKENRIOQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 9 1907 Kl l UNION STAR Rev Otto Black is on the sick listDr James T Milner of Pates villo is visiting friends and relatives here Chas Chappoll lost a fine horse last week John Bennett and son Otto of Paynesville wore visiting friends l and relatives hero during the hol idays Mrs Annie Singleton and sons were the guests of Mrs L A Cartt last Sunday June Basham and Miss Georgia Swink were married last Wednes day night Moses McCubbins Jr lost horse a few days ago II R C Richardson and family o Louisville woro visiting at Union Star last week James Bennett returned to Illi nois after a short visit with his parents Mr and Mrs AbramI Bennett MYSTIC B H Beauchamp was in Steph ensport one day last week on busi ness School will close at Popla- Grove January 15 Arrivedat the home of Mr and Mrs Lee Beauchamp Dec 23a girl- Boyd Miller of Hawesville fis visiting the family of his uncle Warren Miller Miss Gertrude Keys daughter of Mr J W Keys was married to Arthur Dowel of near Har dinsburg on December 29 Miss Wilda Robison who has been visiting relatives at Bswley ville returned homo last Sunday Misses Jette and Nella Harrison f r visited Wilda and Mary Robison SundayJohn Dowell who has spent the past year near Kansas City Kas returned to his home here recently Miss Myrtle Beauchamp visited her sister Mrs Lee Shaw of Lodiburg lust week Carl Roberts of Mattoon 111 visited his father James Roberts during the holidays Will Robison and wife visited John Avills of Lodiburg last Tuesday Weak Lun s- Bronchitis y For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs weak lungsf bronchitis coldsII sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trust this the nexts time you have a hard cough The beet kind of a testimonial Sold far over sixty years 1 trade YesAlsoS SARSAPARILLA hers HAIR PILLS 1IOO- R4o liars ni e e t fIubjhIthe foruiu aa ol i i u mcdlcm regulDI1All COULD NOT REST NIGHT OR DA With Irritating Skin Humor Whole Body AffectedScalp Itched All the Time and Hair Began to FallI Out Wonderful Result From APPLICATION OF- CUTICURA REMEDIESI I I am never without Cuticurn Soap and Cuticura Ointment since I tried them last summer About the latter part of July my whole body began to itch I did not take much notice of iit at first but it began to get worse all theI time and then I began to get uneas and tried all kinds of baths and othe- a remedies that were recommended for skin humors but I became worse alll the time My hair began to fall out and Esfaget in bed and get warm my whole body would begin to itch and my finger nailsI would keep it irritated and it was not long before I could not rest night or day A friend asked me to try the Cuticura Remedies and I did and the first application helped me wonderfully For about four weeks I would take a hot bath every night and then apply the Cuticura Ointment to my whole body and I kept getting better and by tho time I used four boxes of Cuticura I was entirely cured and my hair stopped falling out but I continue to use tho Cuticura on my scalp It keeps all dan gruff out and scalp is always clean I always use Cuticura Ointment on my face after shaving and have found neverrbo without it D E Blankenship 319 N Del St Oct 27 1905 Indianapolis Ind RECOMMENDED TO Ail MOINERS I have used Cuticura Ointment forII chafing of infants and as they grew older all skin diseases were given treat SoapItor as these Remedies are a sure euro if used as directed I am glad to recom mend them to all mothers Sincerely yours Mrs F A Kennard June 21 1905 St Paul Park Minn throulhoultheWiUll Free flaw to Cue for the Skin ADDISON Wm Long who has been visiting his mother Mrs Eliza B Long returned to Louisville Monday flee Elnora Lewis returned home Wednesday after a visit to friends an relatives in Louisville Wm Mitchell left for Jasper College Jasper Ind Tuesday after having spent the holidays with his hereVirgil Fontaine spent the holidays with his parents in Louisville The ladies of Holt Chapel gave a box supper on the evening fit December thirtyfirst for the benefit of the church Many boxes were contributed and bidd ers were not lacking Hon W E Minor was the popular auctioneer and sold all the boxes well some selling for over two dollars The supper was a success and the attendance conducive to more efforts of like kind to the same end PATESVILLE Mart Jarboe went to Cloverport Mon day Tarvin Baker has been ill for several weeksDr J T Milnerreturned from Union Star Monday of last week Messrs Herbert Arbra and BurlPAr are ill at this writing Mr and Mrs John Arbra returned to Tell City Monday of last week Mrs Lafayette Jarboe hoe been quite HI for several weeks but is improving sonle Mr and Mrs Dink Clark of Hawes ville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Clark Saturday- Mr and Mrs Bell Frymireand chil holiIdaysii Statement of Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky at close of business December 31 1906 Liabilities Notes and Bills 237580 59 Cash in Safe and Other Banks 45775 13 Stocks and Bonds 32604 86 Banking House and Lot 1800 00 79rFurniture and Fixtures 400 00 Total l 318397 37 I Dividend No 33 of 3 per cent this day passed to credit of Very respectfully M H BEARD Cashier OFFICERS- B F BEARD MeIi BEARD President Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier 13 Dr W L Laulace of Horse Branch spent Christmas day with his family at this place returning the day following Mrs Vernon Lynch nee Miss Mollie Fauver will finish teaching her session of school at Boling Chapel Mr and Mrs T W Harmon enter tained quite a number of their young friends at their home last Saturday evening December 29th D G Hatfield has purchased the farm of Mr Amos Corley of this place for 1500 Mr Corley will not locate at this placy We will regret his loss Mr and Mrs Millard Compton gave a watch party at their home on last Monday night vAs TO RYAB- uns Kind You Haia Alffajs Boupl darthlcthB RAYHONU 0 sLeon Cashman spent Monday in Lou isville and New Albany on business Mr and Mrs Charlie Black and Mrs Ethel Dowell visited at Taylor Comptons one night last week I Mrs Elizabeth West is with her dau ghter Mr George Cashman for an inde finite stay There was a Flinch party at J E Mercers Saturday night M D Cashman went to Skillman Sun day Mrs Caroline Avitt and daughter Mrs Ollie Adkisson and baby spent Saturday with the formers sister Mrs Nan Cashman Mr Will Chism visited his aunt Mrs Sam Ater Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended a New Years dinner at J B Dutschkies last TuesdayMrs Hayden Bassett and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Hall There are several cases of mumps at Fllmore Johnsons STEPHENSPORT Rev Lewis filled his appoint ment hero Sunday Ho delivered three very fine sermons Ed Jamison of Toledo Ohio- i was the guest of his father Geo Jamison of this place Sunday The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust in presenting this statement again calls your Attention to its strong direc torate to its ever increasing strength in resources surplus profits and to its very conservative manner of business These are the characteristics which have brought such large patronage to bank and it is on these it de pends for future success Dr Vester Parr of Memphis Tenn has retuined to his home after visiting his father Murry ParrMrs G B Cunningham passed through town Saturday from Ir- vington en route to her home at Chenault accompanied by her grandchildren G Band Nannie Leo Gardner Mrs E H Miller is still con fined to her home with rheuma tism Mrs Ollio Lay left last week for Gas City to visit her son J H Lay Ed Atkinson and family spent a few days last week at Sebree witb Mrs Atkinsons parents Mr and Mrs Wright Vivian Pierce of Cloverport bad charge of the telegraphoffice here a few days last week during the absence of Ed Atkinson Thos Smith has moved his fam ily here from Chenault Boyd McKaughan caught a barge belonging to the Ohio Val ley Tie Co last week Misses Carrie Tucker Esther Jackson Nina Corley and Edward Morrison of Cloverport came up Sunday on the Tarascon and re turned on the Tell City Henry Burns of Lindon Iflan sas has returned homo after a pleasant visit here with friends Miss Lummie Bashani is spending a wt ok with her parents in the country John Haswoll of Hardinsburg was here last week on business Resources Capital Stock 0 50000 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 3616 66 Amount Due Depositors 264780 71 r Total 318397 37 Stockholders Company and conduct this has was the his the the her has the P f r Lafayette C G W Beard t A M D S S B F Beard I t Farmers Exchange We have opened up Farmers y Ex change Cloverport and are ready to I trade flour and to farmers for all I kinds of grain II I- it TO THE MERCHANTS- We III JJ- Wi are prepared to supply the merchants with Flour at wholesale prices I HeH HARDIN Manager I I IIJa1 ftimBm Mrs P D Hawkins who been quite sick is improving at writing Carl Tinius of Holt guest of uncle Chas Tinius first of week Mrs Kelley Dye of Clifton Mills visited father Murry Parr during the holidays Mrs Kate Jarrett is visiting relatives in Owensboro Mrs Hebbie Robins on hone to Owertsboro to spend winter Ko o fDIRECTORS Green Vic Robertson Morris Eskrldje Dr Kincheloe Richardson a in meal m this Mrs Ed Brown of Lewisport was the guest of Mr and Mrs Elijah Brown last weekjj Every time that life seems wintry take it as evidence that the Gardener meant you for more than a summer squash I Many a man would feel a good deal more confident about his interview with St Peter if he was sure his wife wouldnt be thereChicago Tribune Mr A H Murray director of the t choir of the Methodist church Has beenI ill for several days FOR DYSPEPSIA i DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATe i Relieves Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching of Gas Rte pR PAR aD ONLY AT THB LAtOXATOXY OF E C DeWITT IX COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For Sale by all Druggist ft I I mI mImImI lim1m1 mlmI mI mImImImIr 1rr IS AR I 0I X= p I IIfyou 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 jr and that will add much more cost Please pay up and save trouble for both of us MILT MILLER Sheriff of Breckenridf County rf 1