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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rA A THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS II ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT h IIIVOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1907 8 Paces NO21I We have everything that is advertised a MONSTERr Remember place end time CLOSING OUT SASEfi 10000 Worth of Winter Merchandiset I At sacrificing prices consisting of Clothing Furnishing Goods Hats and Shoes Must be sold in 18 days Everything in the store must clear out Sale Begins Wednesday January 1G at 8a m and closes Saturday February 2 Only 18 days It lOur Guarantee I REMEMBER this stock consists entirely of NEW MERCHANDISE all bought this season representing some of the foremost manufacturers in the United States to be sold at 33 cents on the dollar You will find in every department of onr store as good assortment as we had at the beginning of the season This is not a sale of old goods butt all new and uptodate Follow the crowd and YOU will find the right place i And you can truthfully say that you have been to one of the greatest valuegiving sales in the history of this section of Kentucky ARTICLE l IN THE HOUSE ON SALE NOTHING RESERVED Below we quote you a few of the many thousands of bargains to be had This will convey to you some ideas of the marvelous bargains that may be expected All goods will be marked in plain and one price to all I il 18t I ryDayser al t J Sale Opens WEDNESDAYen I Y = I IJk JJanuary J6- I i Remember the Date Irepresented LOOK LOOK Mens Suits well tailored actual value 1600 our price 278 Mens Suits beautiful patterns actual value 700 our price 345 Mens Suits all wool newest designs value 10 our price 497 Mens Suits fine blocks and fancy colors tail ored kind actual value 1250 now 643 Mens Suits close fitting collars and selfre taining fronts actual value 1650 now 887 Mens Suits finest quality wool stripes and plaids in silk mixtures actual value 20 our price 973 Mens Suitsyour choice of any in the store worth 2250 and 2500 at 1145 1 Boys and Young Mens Suits Long Pants 3pieco Suits age 1520 actual values 450 600 850 and 10 go at 197 342 473 and 595 Heavy Covert working Coats rubberized worth 1200 now 98c Rubber Boots snag proof worth 385 for 300 Mons all rubber Arties worth 1150 foF 118 Boys Knee Pants worth 35c for I8c One lot Corduroy Pants worth 150 for 98c One lot Jeans Pants worth 150 for 72c Mens Overcoats Now is the time when you need them and just think what bargains you can get if you- attend this great Sale I I Mens heavy Overcoats full length value 500 at 195 Mens Overcoats different colors value 9 and 10 at 462 Mens Overcoats all wool black and fancy long belt kind actual value 1250 and 15 at 787Mens I Overcoats choicest patterns finest all wool plain or with belt actual value 18 at 995 Mens Overcoats your choice of any in store worth 2250 and 25 at 1145 LOQK LOOK CHILDRENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS at less than 12 price on any in store MENS PANTS Worsted Pants actual value 125 at 73c Pants worth 175 at 1105 Wool Pants worth 1250 at 147 Dress Pants worth 350 at 193 Fine Pants worth 500 at 248 i a the EVERY figures MENS FURNISHINGS Large Handkerchiefs at 2Jc Fancy Handkerchiefs worth 10c at 4c Heavy Socks sale price 4c Fancy Socks worth 15c at 7c Fancy Socks worth 25c at 14c Fancy Socks worth 35c at 19c Suspenders worth 20c at 7c Suspenders worth 35c at 19c Collars worth 15c at Sc- Rubber Collars sale price 12c Overalls 50c and 75c kind 3Sc Heavy work Skirts 50c kind 38c Heavy Underwear 50c and 75c kind at 38c Heavy Underwear 35c kind at 19c Sweaters 75c kind at 38c Sweaters 125 kind at 78c Sweaters 200 kind at 105 Fancy Shirts 75c kind at 37c Dress Shirts 125 and 150 kind at 87c Ties worth 50c at 19c Ties worth 75c at 38c Umbrellas 75c kind at 38c Umbrellas 150 kind at 79c Hens and Ladies Shoes Shoes worth 150 at 92c Shoes worth 200 at 123 Shoes worth 250 at 147 Shoes worth 300 at 193 Boys and Young Mens Overcoats Must be closed out at less than 40c on the 1 18H Days Sale ClosesS- ATURDAY February 2 Remember the Date Bear in mind there are thousands of articles we cannot mention here Bring this paper with you and you can see we sell strictly as advertised i v Look for the Big Red Signs Strictly One Price to all T TSde Begins at Sa m Sharp WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 Look For the Blue Pencil Mark on Every Article in the House SHAPINSKY BROSor-d 0 l Sale Begins Wednesday Jan 1611 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY I Look For the Blue Pencil Mark I gr S k v L l- I L 4 Jr t L r I2 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 16 1907 iIII ii if f By t 41 JOSEPH C I r LINCOLNAuthor I Iif 1tt rCopyrlllht 1005 by A S Barney 0 CoikI 1rr t1 lfr 1 Bradley pUEinT Tip fiTs huniTie =Tie had brought It In with him ami slip ped out of the side door presenting himself n moment Inter In the glory of his new clothes to the critical gaze of the old maids When Bradley started for school the next day his head was ringing with In structions from the old maids concerning his behavior and attention to his StUdifB Now lie h good boy Bradley said Miss Prissy Yes Briullosold Miss Tompy Remomborrwo expect a graft deal of i you All our people have boon smart scholars Just AS ho turned into the main road he heard some one calling and turned to see his acquaintance of yes today the girl next door running to catch up her hood slipped back from her hair and a dented tin pall In her hand Being a girl Gus carried her noon luncheon during the winter months Instead of coming home to ea- f It On the way to school they met an other girl whom Gus Introduced a s Clara Hopkins a chum of hors She tiptop I sit with her Shes got most as many checks ns I haveu was her recommendationUpstairs schoolhouse was a large room with rows of double desks on each side and a wide aisle In the center One side of the aisle was the a girls side and the other was for the boys Mr Daniels stiffly shook hands with the new scholar asked him some questions concerning his progress In his studies and showed him where he should sit The more advanced pupils occupied the desks at the rear of the room and the younger onesBradley among themsat In front Bradleys scat mate was nn older boy thou her rather good looking with curly hair His name so he whispered before school begun was Sam Hammond r At recess Bradley went out on the f playground for A little while but ho folt rather lonesome among so many strangers and HO returned to the school room It was empty the teacher taking his customary constitutional In the yard After n few minutes Gus came hounding In Why Brad she exclaimed wheruve you been Ive been looklu for you Why didnt you come on out Oh I dont know replied the boy- I dont know any of the fellers yet Well youre goln to know em Oh my goodness Wlnfleld The stub tailed dog sat panting at her feet three Inches of red tongue hanging from Its mouth You naughty naughty dog cried Gus almost In tears How dare you Go home this minute jI Go home Wintlold Bradley coming to the cOllunllndedII WinfluId hud gone home route already that morning and didnt propose to do it again When his mis trees tried to catch him he retreated to R safe distance and wagged his tall Oh what shall we do walled Gus HeceM Is most over and if Mr Dan iels finds him here I dont know whntll happen Bradley undo u dash at the dog and the latter started on the run about time room At length they drove him out theUboys door at the other side Finally being penned In with both doors shut and thoroughly frightened he dashed into the closet which was between the doors and hid behind the wood box Now snld Gus exultnntluOU watch that he dont get out and Ill crawl In titter him Oh my goodness thoreH Mr Daniels comin now l Tire cowhide boots of the teacherI wore heard on the stairs Bradley Injj desperation shut the closet door uponjj the Imprisoned Wlnfleld Mr Daniels stepped to the rope In the entry and gave it a pull The boll above responded with a single note and the scholars began to pour up the stairs UWo will come to order commanded the teacher Bradley glancing across I the aisle at Gus saw that she was as white aa the whitewashed wall First class In arithmetic said Mr Daniels and then from the closet came a long dismal whine The first class In arithmetic stopped In Its tracks andr looked aghast The whole school with two exceptions picked up Its oars The exceptions trembled Owwowwow came from the closet Mr Daniels strode across theII floor and opened the doorII Whoso dog is this ho demanded I sternlyENo one answered Come out of that commanded thott teacher savagely Ho reached behind the wood box and seizing the cowering Wlnfleld by the scruff of the neck tossed him Into the room Whoso dog is this he repeated Most Of the scholars knew whoso dogc I It was but none of them told- I asked a question thundered the master Who put that that creature In the closet Bradley looked at his fellow con spirator Then ho hold up his hand I lId lie saida Mr Daniels mouth opened In sur- prIse Now pupils did not usually be gin In thus way You did ho gasped yry sir ITo fol Xmcan ibe enm9 I I w the TnOdi J a l r r r1r r r r Into the room when twas recess and woI tried to put him out and he wouldnt go USo you shut him In the closet Brll hunt youth As this Is your first day here I suppose I must stretch a point and believe It was not done on purpose If It hind been any other of the schol ars I should have made an example ot em I am surprised that you should treat your little brother appreciative titter from the school In such a man her You toy put him out It was easy enough to command but not so only to dp Time dog frightened at the crowd backed away when Bradley approached Come here Wlnflold said the boy his face a bright crimson The school giggled at the name Wlnfleld I repeated Mr Daniels Why that name If ypju please ull dont know sir You dont know No sir And then the boy had a aftertGenrnl Hancock I guess General Winfield Scott Hancock in verymuchsMr Daniels hesitated Ho more than suspected the dogs real namesake but he wasnt sure and being n weak man was afraid of making a mistake Well put the creature out he snarled and then losing his temper ud aiming a kick at the dog bo com Lauded alt out you brute That kick was a mistake Wlnfleld Wasnt used to kicks and this one scattered his doggish senses completely lIe started on a panicky yelping flight hotly pursued by Bradley Down the aisle by theubos side across the back of the room among the feet of the first class In arithmetic and up the aisle by the girls side sped the chase At the end of the second lap the entire school was In nn uproar Mr Daniels white with rage took a hand In the pursuit and his efforts and those of two or three more volunteers only made matters worse At length the dog hemmed In on both sides hesitated In the middle of the broad aisle Suddenly he darted toward the closet once more Mr Dan iels leaped to Intercept him tripped struck the stool upon which the bucket of drinking water was placed and sprawled upon tne floor In the center of a miniature flood while Wlnfleld leaping oer him darted through the entry and down the stairs a shrieking maniac The dripping Mr Daniels was physically cool but mentally very warm Indeed Checks wore distributed with liberality and two boys were ferruled before 12 oclock came One of these sufferers was Bradleys seat alone When the I1nmmomlI ques he U got along at school he simply answered All right and gave no details Miss Tempy was somewhat worried at his silence and confided to her sister the four that he had been studyln1 too har41uAII our people have been dreadful keen stu dents she said It was nearly 1 oclock when the boy reentered the school yard As he did so n shout went up from n group near thefenceHere Isr yelled one of the older boys Heres your beau Gus He wont let em plague his girl you bet uNo shouted Sam Hammond Gus tys all right now aint she Hell take care of her Gusty had a little dog Its fleece was blacks a crow You shut up screamed Gus break Ing from the circle and stamping her foot savagely Her face was red and there were tears In her eyes It followed her to school ono dayU continued the tormentor Whats the matter Gus asked Bradley coming up Haw hnw laughed Sam gleefully I told you so Bradley II take care of her Bradley NIckerson so they say Goes acourtln night and day Sword and pistol by his side And Gusty Baker II be his bride Whats the matter Gus he added mockinglyWhat Is the matter repeated BradleyNone of your busness snapped Gus who was in no mood to be friendly with any one You Jest wait Sam Hammond Ill fix youl Got whipped In school Ha hal Cry babyf And he gave an exaggerated Imitation of her enemys facial contortions during the feruling that morning Come on Gus Interposed Clara Hopkins He Isnt worth talkie to Cone on Ive got somethln to show youGus reluctantly suffered herself to be led away amid the derisive hootlngs of and his friends Alnt you goln1 with her asked Sam provokingly She wants her Braddy sos to take care of her If Win field comes to school again Bradloys temper was slow to rise but It was rising now Who are you talkln tof ho de mantled You Who do you spose upHhadt to 1I1fS II 1- I GO TO I I BF BEARD COSAn- dI get in on the New Year Bargains they are offering to their customers I Some new attraction areasmuchabove each week with prices away below par while the goods Winter is swiftly passing by and with it must go our various lines of Winter Goods Here are some that are going at a great sac I rifice but nevertheless they must go and we are reducing the price of them I very materially in order that they may go while they will do our customers Ithemost good and be in keeping with the season and return value received 1 I IDe wi I 15e II 2 I FLANNELETTES AT PER YARD FLANNELETTES AT PER YARD PIECES FLANNELETTES REGULAR 25C VALUES AT PER YARD I 20eAND 13cPERI 1geI1 i1ALLI PIECE 25cVALUEms Wll1 WOOLtI PERIYAARDT II50c II = AND 38 PER INYARD38c I II j sm hTTi mn You will Yes I will You aint the size Takes a man not a monkey Ill show you whether Im the size or notYou will Aw gee said one of the bigger boys I wouldnt take that from no Wollmouth kid If I was you Sam uNor I neither said another Thus encouraged Sam bristled up to his opponent and looked down at him sneeringly Bradley didnt give way an Inch and the two boys rubbel Jackets as they moved slowly about each other The surrounding group looked delightedly expectant Stop your shovln commanded Sam giving his enemy n push with his shoulder Stop yourself said Bradley pUl- lIng back uIII put n head on you sos the oU maids wont know youu Mr Daniels tripped Ill make you snivel worse n you did In school this moruln Well Sam exclaimed a spectator In huge disgust U toro Id take that The Hammond boy did not really want to fight but thus goaded he sud denly gave Bradley a violent push with both hands The next Instant both youngsters were clasped tIghtly together gripping each other about tho neck and wrestling savagely In a moment they fell with a thump and rolled over and over pounding kicking and scratching Tho snow flew and the crowd whooped and pushed and strained to see better Thon there was a rush a frightened scurry and both combatants were mulled apart qud Jerked to thejr feet while Mr Daniels holding each by theTcoat collar glared down ijj pji them s 8e lie 1I iThlijV1jlltf 38c WOOLEN lie MidWinter Clearance SaleI j of Furs j J I I 75c SI25S150 200 S225S300 FursGO II m1J fSm You Tffiiy come wm Iewu suiu with chilling calmness The scene In the schoolroom that followed was brief but exciting Bradley held out his hand and bit his lip stubbornly while the ferule descended once twice twelve times There said the teacher Now you mny take your seat For a new scholar you begin extremely well Now Samuel The Hammond hand having received Its share of beating mid Its owner also sent to his seat Mr Daniels said Both of you will lose your afternoon recess I shall also give each of you a note telling of your punishment to take home At half past 4 that afternoon Bradley with the note tightly clasped In his hand walked dismally up the walk to the Allen back door The thought that he hind disgraced himself forever In time eyes of his protectors burned like a fire under his new cap also there was a bitter feeling that Gus the cause of all his trouble had not been near him to console or ask pardon- It f was typical of the boy that ho had not thought of destroying the note Ho handed It to Miss Prissy the moment he opened the door She read It and sat heavily down In the chintz rocker My soul and bodyP she walled Tcmpy Allen come here this minute Here for mercys sake read this I Miss Ternpys agitation was even more marked than that of her sister yOh oh oh she cried waving the condemning sheet of paper like a dls tress signal How could you How could you I dont blleve a relation of 1 the Aliens was ever whipped In school before What shall we do Prissyt I And his first day tooltBradley with direful thoughts of 1 self destruction In his mlndtwlsted his new cap Into a ball but said nothingII uHo says you were flgbtln and there 1 was somethln else said Miss Prissy Tell the whole story now every wordf The boy began slowly He told orII shutting the dog in the closet but was Interrupted by the older sister who demanded to know whose dog It was Whose was It she askedUWhy 1 dont you answer Dont you know Yesm Then whoso was It Bradley shifted his feet uneasily onJJ the matI goln to taUf he muttered Aint goln to tell Why I nev She was Interrupted Tho door be hind Bradley flow open and Gus appeared tearful but determined i Miss Prissy and MIss Tempy she began doat you scold Brndleyrdont you now n bit It was all my taultt every mlto of It Ob dear oarlu And with sobs and amid the ejaculations of the astonished ulsters slip told Continued next week 1 lf=c y FursGOAT Furs GO AT FursGO FursGOAT FursGOAT 50c94c 123 150 SI70 225 S325 350 S500 B H ii fSjJf Muffs 200 I Bargains round goods 11 Hardinsburg jKy B F BEARD CO sullenlyI u n An Abrupt Finale Joaquin Miller had just won recogni tion as the poet of the Sierras and was working on paper in Oregon He had been contributing verses and short stories and bad Just begun tale about the soldiers on the frontier who suf fered with scurvy Tho editor wanted the scurvy story for the morulugpub llcatlon Lut Joaquin Miller could not conccntrat upon his work LBs mind leaped to the anticipated joy of great social function occurring that evening for at this time he was social lion However he had proceeded In his story up to the point of the cure for the disease where all tho soldiers suffering with scurvy had been burled with only their heads exposed to view The editor was yelling Copy The poets mind refused to work Ho could not finish the tale leaving his soldiers In such plight Suddenly an Inspiration came to him He grabbed his pencil and wrote rapidly the following words And she wolf came along and ate oft all their heads Then ho made bee line for the ddor 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our Judicial work as of tho highest authority in aecurnoyof clctlnl tion 11 futnroasintltopnatitbe f CHARLES CNOTT Ch tJotIcL- AWHEXOB WELDOS JOHN DAVIIx UTANTON J rEETTP- ClMltlKS U JOWUYJadCM The above refen to WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE thohlghest award was given to the Interim tional at the Worlds Fair Bt Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST You Will be interfiled in our r epeelmen pages eent fre- eGCMERRIAMCO Uwrap srrceHArtrxuL PUBLISHERS 1aCltaNAR1 SPRINGFIELD MAM t KILL THE COUCH ANDCURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CONSUMPTION 60c100Free Price Trial Surest anti Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG THOUB DaJor MONEY JlAOKI KOdOL rMRelieves I seuratoawch s fIlpitatieBHtHlNKt Dlgewr itliMywt l1 WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Kentucky Racing Law Is Upheld Revision of Congressional Apportionment Law Attacked Other Matters of Interest Cincinnati 0 Jan 9Tho United States circuit court of appeals uphold the constitutionality of the Kentucky law empowering the governor to appoint a racing board to control horse racing In tho state The case came up on an application by the Douglas Park Jockey club of Louisville for a rehearing of their petition to enjoin Charles T Grainger and the other members of the racing board from fixing dates for their racing meeting In the original hearing this court found against the contention of the club that the racing board law was uncuTibtltutlonal Tho court denied a rehearing thus again upholding the Kentucky racing law 1 Dawsons Message Charleston W Va Jan 11Govor nor Dawsons message to the leglsla ture is devoted to the now system of taxation now In forco and he recom mends Its extension so as to do away with all direct state taxes He further recommends the election of Unit ed States senators by direct vote of the people legislation protecting pol Icyholders In life accident and fire In surance companies and prevention of the waste of natural gas He advocates a railroad commission and that a law be enacted to provide that all cases of appeal by railroads from as sessment be made at some central court Instead of each county at present Districts Attacked Greensburg Ky Jan 8A suit was filed in court by Charles Richardson on behalf of the Republican party at tacking all revisions of the Kentucky congressional apportionment law ap proved April 15 1882 It is specifically sought to require that Green Taylor and Hart counties be thrown to the Eleventh district where they were under the original act and taken from the Fourth dlsrVlct where they were placed by a subsequent act of the Kentucky legislature The suit Is against H V McChesney secretary of state and the clerks of the Green Hart and Taylor county courts Suicide of Ballplayer Louisville Ky Jan 11 Sitting be foro a mirror and gazing on the photograph of a young actress which he had so arranged that he might behold It with his dying glance Bob Lanks wert one of the bestknown ballplay ers Louisville ever produced drank an ounce of carbolic acid and died Just as he was being taken to the city hos pital The photograph was that of Miss Elsie Croscy who appeared at the Avenue theater two seasons ago cqmpanyJankswert leagues Carpenters Strike Memphis Tenn Jan 11About 100 carpenters employed by the Selden Breck company went on strike One of the strikers said the trouble arose over tho company employing nonunion labor It Is claimed an effort will be made to enlist the support of all union carpenters employed by the company which has extensive build ing contracts throughout the United States Canada and Mexico The sel denBreck company maintains general offices at St Louis and Louisville Harmony Between Races Lexington Ky Jan 8Every prominent white and negro preacher In this city attended a joint meeting here to discuss means of promoting harmony between the two races Rev C E Smith negro made an address In which he said We do noC want social equality but want the aid and sympathy of the white people An other meeting will be held In Feb ruary Famous Mare Dead Lexington Ky Jan 10Reckon one of the greatest race mares and dams in America died at the Dlxlana farm Reckon was 20 years old She was purchased five years ago by S S Brown of Plttsburg from J S and A H Morris of New Jersey for 17000 After Browns death Reckon was pur chased at dispersal sale by Harry Brown owner of Dlxlana for 8000 West Virginia Legislature Charleston W Va Jan 10Tho legislature convened and Immediately adjourned after effecting an organiza Lion In the senate J H McDermott was elected president and In the house J A Seaman was elected speaker Both were caucus nominees of the Republicans who have overwhelming majorities In both branches Joint Caucus Called Charleston W Va Jan 11 An nouncement of a joint caucus of the Republican members of the legislature- to be MId Monday night to decide on n candidate to succeed United States Senator Elkins was read In the legislature Warm at Louisville Louisville Ky Jan SThe temperature reached a maximum of 71 degrees equalling the highest previous record 30 years ago for the first decade of January New Shah of Persia Teheran tan 10 Enthronement of the new shh Mohammed All Mlrza to succeed his deceased father Muz aferedDInf wes fixed for the Chadlr r st1yalJt1e Festival ot the Lake Ji1cl will be celebrated Feb 2 THIRTY KILLED Mexican Troops Fire on Rioters Hitting One Hundred City of Mexico Jan 9Reports re ceived from Rio Blanco and Nogales In the Orlzlba mill district Indicate that the government has completely mastered the situation The strikers have ceased till acts of violence in the presence of the large body of troops rushed there from this capital and nearby garrisons The seriousness of the affair however was realized when It was made known that 30 of the workmen were killed outright and nver SO wounded bythe soldiers whot were compelled to fire on the main body of the rioters before thoy could be dispersed Fixes Hours of Trainmen Washington Jan nny a vote of 70 to 1 the senate passed the meas ure providing that railway employee who are engaged In tho handling of trains shall not work mqre than 16 consecutive hours which period Is to be followed by 10 hours off duty The one negative vote cast was by Senator Pettus The bill which was finally passed was a substitute offered by Senator Lafolletta and not in print It was amended In several respects by the senate The bill provides that tinder certain contingencies and In case of accident the time fixed may be ex ceeded The enforcement of the law Is placed in the hands of the inter state commerce commission and the federal courts the penalty provided being a fine of not less than 100 nor more than 1000 The act Is to apply to trains doing an interstate or foreign commerce business = May Live 100 Yeas The chances for living a full century are excellent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Huynesville Mo now 70 years old She writes Electric Bit ters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 vears standing and made me feel as well and strong as a young girl Electric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver dis eases Blood disorders General Debil ity and bodily weakness Sold on Jn ruarnnte by Severs Drug Compauy Price only 50c Traction Insurance Cleveland 0 Jan 11 Representa tives of traction Interests In the east and middle and central1 west repre senting many million dollars In street railway and Interurban traction prop erties met here and decided upon the formation of four insurance companies The object of the formation of these companies is to carry the insur ance on this kind of property and it Is stated that the Insurance on over 100000000 represented In tho moot ing was pledged to the now organiza tions Mothers who give their children Ken nedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar invariably indorse it Child rca 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 Confbtms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggist Asks For Record of Athens Row Washington Jan 8 Senator Till man presented a resolution directing the secretary of war to furnish the senate copies of all papers making up the record of tho department In tho case of the difficulty between regular and state troops at Athens 0 Aug 19 1904 in which a militiaman was killed He asked Immediate consider ation for the resolution Senator For aker explained that he had secured this exact information from the secretary of war which he believed would satisfy the senator Mr Tlllman accepted Mr Foraker statement oLIS T4d aIA9eT3 theTho Kind You Have Always Bough IIttUD of THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers 4 0007 00 cows SZ 764 75 heifers 12 C05 00 bulls I2 764 50 stockers and feeders 2 404 50 Sheep and Lambs Sbeep U 006 00 lambs 5 757 75 yearling S4 606 50 Calves 2 758 75 Hogs Choice shipping hogs 6 55n6 60 heavy butchers 6 50 06 57H packing Jfi 42l4fi 50 pigs J6 OOffG 30 WheatNo 2 red 73- cOatll1o 2 34rfs EAST BUFFALO Cattle Shipping steers S4 6505 35 export cattle U 35 6 10 butcher cattle 4 605 10 heifers 13 004 75 tat cows 2 504 25 bulls 2 504 50 milkers and springer 25 00 055 00 Sheep and Lambs Yenrllnsi Ii 506 85 wethers IS 605 75 mixed S3 0005 50 ewes I 7505 25 spring lambs J6 5008 10 Calves Best 9 600 10 00 HogsHeavies J6 76 mediums 16 6506 SO Yorkers 6 80 pigs 6 90 stags S4 0005 00 roughs 5 7506 00 CLEVELANDCattle Prime drytedI5 6005 75 fat steers 4 26i5 25 heifers 4 254 75 fat cows S3 854 15 bulls sa 6004 25 milkers and sprln ers is 00 50 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice 1htjnbg S7 7507 85 wethers J5 f005 75 mixed J5 005 25 ewes J4 005 00 Calves 9 00 down HogsYorkers 8 706 75 mediums C 65G 75 heavies 6 250 6 70 pigs 6 706 75 roughs 5 90 G 10 stags 14 6005 0- 0PITTSBURGCattle Choice 5 8JQ 6 10 prime J5 505 76 tidy butchers 4 5005 10 heifers is 6001 50 cows and bulls 2 0004 00 flesh cows 25 000 50 00 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 5 6005 75 good mixed S6 3005 SO lambs 6 5008 00 Calves6O09 60 Hogs Heavy hogs J6 6598 70 mediums and heavy Yorkers SG 7508 80 light Yorkers and pl II6 S006 15 CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 75V4 076o Corn Wo 2 mixed t3YCHe Oats NO a abed i70S8c nye No 2 65- 69c Lard8 GS bulk eats8 75 BaconnO 00 HOIfIl1 6506 66 Cattlj 2 005 65 Sbeop 2 0094 76 Lambs U 6007 85- BOSTONwool Ohio and P nn ylva nla XX and above 34c X 32o No 1 4041c No2 3940c fine unwashed 2502Gc delaine washed S7ITHo de lame unwashed 2930c Kentucky aRt Indiana combing Hblptd SI0Iie FINE NECKTIES FOR MEN Narrow Four In Hands Jive Way to Flat Ascots To describe in a few words the gen eral tendency in necktie styles this win tor said the salesman in the Fifth avonue haberdashery one would say that they are narrow and subdued in tint One inch and a half is the width of the smart four in hand of the season It should be moreoverdark bluv green orpurpleThese narrow silk ties wear pest in the fine thread although those of the thicker threads are a great dealworn and are unusually cheaper but they do not tie so well Some smart shades come only in this thicker silk including rich purples and browns Then the greens are warmer than inthe fine silk threadsThese ties like all the silk thread fourinhands are drawn tight the object being to keep the knot as narrow as the rest of the tie All these ties are in solid colors the only exception being those of the thicker silk which are flecked with white New York Sun- I had tried everything for my baby until DrLyle recommended Cascasweet rcan truthfully say it IID the best medi cine I ever used for babies My little baby was a mere skeleton from stom itch 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 Fireman Rescued From Debris New Ydrlr Jan SThe search for the three firemen who went down with the ruins when Hills paper warehouse was burned Sunday night was sudden ly halted as the sound of some one rapping on a timber from within the debris was distinctly heard For nearly 24 hours with brief respites the firemen had sought the bodies of their comrades and at first they doubted their senses As they stared at each other a voice from beneath the charred pile and recognized as that of John Selfort was faintly heard Sel fort said I am alive and so is Camp bell We cant see anything The debris Is all about us Get us out as quick as you can Three hours later Seifert was taken from the ruins Ho was very weak and one of his logs was found fractured Half The World Wonders how the other half lives Those wh use Bucklens Arnica Save never won der if it will cure Cuts WoundsBurns Sores and nil Skin eruptions they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Key nolds at Springfield Ill says I legard it one of the absolute necessities of housekeeping Guaranteed b Severs Drug Company 2fic Shot Widow and Self Dayton 0 Jan 9ln a fit of Jealousy Richard McCann shot and killed Mrs Sadie Graef at her home McCann called Mrs Graef to the back door of her residence and after a brief conversation fired a revolver the ball passing through the womans loft cheek piercing the brain and producing almost Instant death Mrs Graef was a widow 42 and Is survived by three sons After shoot Ins Mrs Graef McCann shot and Killed himself Moguls Restrained Chicago Jan 11 Action was decided on by the government attorneys prosecuting in the Harriman joint control Investigation before tho Interstate commerce commission restraining E H Harriman H H Rogers H C Frick William Rockefeller and James Stillman frcm leaving the jurisdiction of the court A com muni ctalon to the states attorney of Now York provides for the service of writs on the men named Found Body of Wife Toledo O Jan 9ohn Royal a welltodo farmer of Putnam county discovered the dead body of his wife In the woods near their farm Sho had shot herself In the head with a small rifle Death was instantaneous She was 40 years old Mrs Royal Is supposed to have been temporarily In saneHeart Strength I Jean Strength or Heart Weakness means Nerr Strength or Nerve WeaVness nothing more Posy tively not one weak heart In a hundred Is in it selt1 actually diseased It Is almost always a hidden tiny little nerve that really Is all at fault this obscure nervethe Cardiac or Heart Nerve sImply needs and must have more power more lability more controlling more governing strength Without that the Heart must contlnu to fail and tho stomach and kidneys also hays these samo controlling nerves This clearly explains why us a medicine Dr Shoops Rostoratlvo has In tho past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts Dr Shoop first sought the rouse of all this painful palpitating suflocat tag heart distress Dr Shoops Restorative thU popular prescriptionis alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers It builds It strengthens It otters real genuine heart help If you would have strong Hearts strong di gestion strengthen these nerves reestablish them as needed with Dr Shoops- RestorativeSEVERS IRUG CI r Jc f Wins The Clock The winner of the magnificent 8dy Seth Thomas clock given by TCLewis our local jeweler and optician was T A Gus Mattingly of near Kirk Sir Mattingly iiithe son of Joe L j Mattingly and isXa prominent young farmerThis was one of Jthe most valuable premiums given by our local merchants and we congratulate the young man who drew the lucky ticket Brecken ridge Democrat A Modern Miracle Truly miraculous seem l the reco v try of Mrs Jiollie Holt of this place writes JQH HoeperWoocffordrenn she was so wasted by coughing uppuII front her lungs D Actors declared her- end J so near that her family had watch ed by her bedside fortyeight hours when at my argent request Dr Kings New Discovery was given her with the HMCouishiHg result that improvement be gan and continued nnil she finally completely recovered and is a health woman today Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds 500 and 100 by 1 Severs Drug Company Trial bottle Spread Eagle Questsll Mrs Chas May and daughters Misses Eva and Rlisa May had a deii lightful trip on the large passenger boat Spread Eagle to Jeffersonville and return last week They wen guests of Capt Wm Lye Food dont digest Because the Y stomach lucks some one of the essential Hgestnnts or the digestive juices are not properly balanced Then too it is this undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol For ludip fcotioti shoal be used for relief Kodol it a solution of vegetable acids It di Bests what you eat and corrects the de ficiencies of the digestion Kodol con forms to the National Pure Fiioland Drug Law Sold here by all ltugtlstsii Read Bible Sixtysix Times Mrs E W Smith of Bellefon line Ohio who has been an invil con fined to her here for seventeen i scutII has read the Kiblo thnnixh sixt siei tiini andis now iK ninini 01 tthe NJxt iuvtntli reading Indiunab i ev freerHE FINEST CATALOGUE Ever Issued by a commercial school wl be sent upon request to teachers and our ers who are Interested In a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 paRes six by nine Inches It Is printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with em bossed cover and beautifully illustrated witr1 photos of the building faculty Interior Views specimens of Penmanship Shorthand etc It also contains halltone illustrations of the leading buildings of Louisville and many charming scenes from the wdrldfamed parks that surround our beautiful city It tells why It is better for YOU to attend school in Louisville than elsewhere This book will enable you to decide between good and worthless commercial schools Send for a free copy today BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LoulsYllle Kyt THOS W DRYDEN President OEO W SCHWARTZ See and Treas n TWO YEARS FOR 125 A complete history of two historymaking years 1007 and 1908 The entire proceedings of all tho important sessions of Congress to be held 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iMNN THE NEWS CLUBBING OFFER THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 year 1 00 Home and Farm 1 year 50 Kentucky Governors wall Chart 1 00 The Daily Evening Post 1 year 312 copies at less than 1 cent a day 5 00 Regular Price JB 50 SPECIAL PRICE 375 r Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky a r Ft 3r X aMwuH nnuifci rII 4 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 16 1907 i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BAQBAQE SONSr 1 Publlihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1185 if paid at the end of year tOARDS OF THANKS over five llnercharg or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUAIUES charged for at the iate of Cute per tine Money In advance Examlnn the labul on your paper If It Is not correct please notify use When ordering a change In the addloss labscrlbors should give their old as wen as the now address EIGHT PAGES If you are sixtvtwo And wore the blue Theres twelve a month Awaiting youat Washington The wheat crop in this county nenr showed up better Ollie James ha3 been heard from in Congress lIe stopped a fist fight I Chsnault has a prospect for a railroad A lot sale for that town is now in orders SI S SMSBMMBBm BBM Watlingtou Bros living near Steph l ensport delivered last weak SOU pounds of dark tobacco at 5 JS aud ill The crop brought them nearly 600 It was raised on seven acres The only way to hold up the price of tobacco is to keep down the acreage The Society of Equity should impress this on its members and all who are 110 members Keen the acreage down and the price up- Tobacco is bringing a good price is no kick coming from the farm 1 1ThereThey are all well pleased and happy Great credit is due the Society of Equity for their good work in milk ing these prices possible They have done their work well and are now reap ing the harvest So much for combined effort and cooperation The telegraph operator respousibl for the railroad wreck near Volland Kansas in which fortynine lives were lost was eighteen years old and hnd the work of an experienced railroad man to do The management of a railroad which trusts the safety of passengeri trains to boys iis liable to just suet trouble A boy is almost certain to lose his head in time of trouble Dr L B Moremen writes us that in has sold out all of life Western interests and has come home to settle down to to his practice all of which we art sure will be epreeiatedj 1 lliyhis UOU people Dr lurtmlll u s M veltablt citiien to any community busy bard working enterprising progressive mat and the News is glad to welcome him back May he live long and prosper dS TO PEoIYSIONS The Senate has passed a pension bill which will probably add JIBCOOOOOJ to the annual charge on the government for pensions It authorizes a pension on application of 512 a month to civil a war veterans 02 years of age and over 11G a month to those 65 and over and 120 a mouth to those 7U years andover This pension business is growing as it should The government never paid a dollar to a more worthy or deserving set of men We havent always felt this way toward the old soldiers but the older we get the more respect we have for the old veterans who wore the blue or those who wore the gray We lift out hat to any man who is bravo enough and had the courage to lay down his life for his country We owe our stand ing as a world power today to tbs services of the men who went out and fought for our rights As Senator Teller r truly says Fiiteen millions y twenty milliousor even thirty millions i were not too much for pensions t There ought to be a pension for every old Confederate veteran too He fought from principle and for whet he conceived was his right He had a right to rebel and quoting Senator Tel lerIthat right was the dearest priv liege of the human race There was a heated discussion in the Senate over the pension bill It was not angry but tempered with good feel ing and free from sectional bitterness Nothing would strengthen the chords that bind this nation more than a recognition by the powers that be of the rights of the worthy old Confederate veteran ciI t i IRVINGTON News Notes In General of the Thriving Town and Vicinity IRVINGTON KyNews bus been re of the marriage of Dick Henderson to Miss McClain of Vermont also of the marriage of Nel son Gardner to Miss Ola Smith at her home in Bedford Oklahoma r The members of the Baptist church and Sunday school presented Mrs J R Wimp with a handsome silver c ndel abrum as a reward for faithful work done as organist Mrs Wimp having had charge of the organ and choir for a number of years Mrs Wimp has had in this time several faithful assistents in singing who have helped to make this one of the very best church choirs outside of the larger cities Gable Sons of Evansville Ind are here this week soliciting stock to open a canning factory at this place This enterprise has proved a success in other towns and if the people of Irving ington and vicinity will take hold in good faith it will prove a success here also A laundry could be opened and operated here with very little expense and much profit We look to the Com mercial Club for a number of city Im provements We regret to hear of the sudden pi new caused by paralysis of Mrs Nan nie Hendersonat the home of herdaugh terNellie Conley Cedar TowaGa Mrs Henderson hopes to return to Kentucky just as soon as she is able to travel Mrs Robert Emmet Hayes left for her home at Hodgenville Ky Saturday j after being the guest at Oakland for several weeks Miss Lula Lockard left Saturday for an indefinite visit to her sister Mrs Con Bland at Carlisle Indiana Mr 1D G Moorman of Glendeane has moved his family into the vacant house on Oak street Mr Moorman has a position on the railroad in the bridge gang Mr Dan Henry took the position as town marshal the first of the year Mr Henry received the majority of votes over his opponent Mr Tom Adkisson The RevThompsonof the Seminary filled his two regular appointments here Sunday and preaching froth HebreW 11 and 12 giving the Christian hearers food for thought Misses Lida and Nannie McGehee left Tuesday for Gulfport Miss Union prayer meeting at Methodist church Monday evening Kuights of Pythias Lodge is growing in membership and enthusiasm Allen Hcndrick son of Garland Hen drick formerly of this community is here from Hunter Oklahoma visiting relativesMrs of Skillman is with Mrs G O Cully for a visit The private and public schools are in flourishing conditions and dispito the inclement weather the attendance is good The Ladies Aid Society of tho Baptist church will hold a meeting Jan 22 at church All members expected RAYHONU Leon Gunman is in Hurdinsburg this week on business- Several from here attended the salt at lien Itewlays last Thursday Mrs C L Avitt spent one day last week with Mrs H W Cashman Rev E B English preached hero Saturday and Sunday He has accepted the cnll for the coming year Mrs Tom Hall spent part of last week with her daughter Mrs C H BaMett Several tobacco buyers were through here last week buying tobacco Several sold their crop and will deliver this week TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for f Dr E W Hall 00 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials Air Beavin Visits Cloverport Sam Beavin of McQuady was here Saturday and while in town he visited the News office to renew his subscription to the News and Daily Herald Mr Beavin had his paper address changed rom McQuady to Glendeane Rural Route No8 Mr Beavin says the service is good and he likes it much better than having to go to the post office for his mail The system has been in use there since November 15 After a short visit to his sister Mrs Hinton Mr Beavin left Tuesday for his home If you want to makeyourwife happy get her a sack of Lcwisport Flour sold In Cloverport by Preston Williams and Connell r- TT TARFOI K 4 Albert Baum moved his family to Whitesville Donnis Sherron was at Whitosvill recently Mrs Rankin Baum visited nt Whites yule and Owonsboro recently Ivan Bates has returned to Owens boro after spending sovoral days with his parents Mr and Mrs T H Bates Felix Dunn moved from Tar Cree last week to the L C Taul farm Vid Taul of pagan was hero part of last week the guest of relatives He hud just returned from Arkansas and Missouri where he was the guest Of his father J D Taut and his siitor Mrs Wright Miss Josie Ryan closed i suecessfu school at Ryans school house last Fri dliy Arch Taul and family left Saturday for Magan to visit relatives en route Ito Nickersou Kansas to reside O W Rice who has been ill for sons time continues about the same Gid Burdette moved to his farm bought of Wm Lynch Rev Geo Jones preached at Cav Spring Saturday night and Sunday He was accompanied by Mr MitkifT a vocal music teacher of Pelville Prayer meeting at Cave Spring Wed nefdav night and Sunday afternoon Beats The Music Cure To keep the body in tune write Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place Poughkeepsie NY I take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most reliable and pleasant laxative I hay found Best for the Stomach Live and Bowels Guaranteed by Sever Drug Company 25- cGARRETT Miss Sallie Williams spent Saturda and Sunday with Miss Ida Hill John Funk Visited his sister Mrs Charlie Patton of Louisville J T Ritchie spent Wednesday with his daughter Mrs John Burch Mr and Mrs Raymond Jones ant Mr and Mrs T C Hamilton visitet Mr and Mrs R H Hardest of neal Flaherty Sunday Mrs James Foushee visited Mrs Riley Lamb one day last weak- J K Smith was in Louisville Thursday and Friday Miss Xavier Roby who has been sick is some better Mrs John Funk entertained Saturday in honor of Mr Punks fortyninti birthdayMr Mrs J H Shacklett were iti Brandenburg Monday Francis Ritchie WAS in Louisville las week visiting his sister Mrs Ton Thornsbury and other relatives John Flowers hasmoved to Guston to take charge of the exchange there Misses Fanny and Ethel Williams am their cousins Fred and Tommie Stith have rented rooms in the Ditto house at Brandenburg and will attend the Normal them Richard Dowell was the guest of his brother R H Dowell last week Several were in Brandenburg Monday to see the man walk the water Ed Ritchie gave a danceWednesday eveningMr Ritchie is very ill Dr Miles of Brandenburg was called to seohimThe February Smart Set Gertrude Lynch is the author of a striking novel Winds of the World which opens the February Smart Set and a story with more original plot has not recently appeared Two women reared in the same country town are thrown together in on extraordinary way after many years of separation the one poor the other fabulously rich Following this seemingly old situation is rin entirely new and unexpected de nouement Miss Lynchs gift for searching character analysis has never been more in evidence and this piece of work will beyond question give her a lasting place among modern fiction writers Little touches of backache should not be allowed to go untended Rheu matism and many other things follow A box of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills will bring relief quickly They drive the poison from the body Act on the liver as well as the kidneys A 25i cent box holds a weeks treatment Sold by all druggists P Rolf Writer To The NeWs 208 S W E St Newton Kan Breckenridge News- Cloverport Ky it In your paper of the 2 inst some one writes and seemingly tries to inform the public that Mrs Roff of Stephensport- Ky my dear mother has raised up ungrateful children that dont care about her in her old and infirm days I am glad the Master knows all about the intent and purposes of his children I have been satisfied long ago that if any of us had to be judged by mortals that some one would send us to hell Respectfuly k J IP Roff t- I I i r Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the dlieued membrane It curecatarrh and drive away a cold In the head 9nckly Cream Halm It placed Into the nostrils ipreada over the membrane and li absorbed Relief li Immediate and s cure follows It IsI not drying doei not produce meeting Large Size 60 cent at Drug ghts or by null Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHKHS M Warren Street New York The Famous Le Roy Plows uro the best selling 1lows because they uro tho REST IMown that van hn built Mnae by 11 strong Company rot In a trust Tt ste 1 for yours In ull conditions They Uraw Rosy Thoy hold easy All wearing parts are CHILLED Iron and wnir longer than most makes Made by Le Hay Plow Co Le Roy N Y Sold by Conrad Payne Co Cloverport Put Your Money where It win nrjw under your own Iontrol and grow faster than in any other s f way Write fur our free Iwolilit N which tells jilt about how to flank by Mall safely and cjnvenlently y from any part of the State We pay 5 percent Interest compound semlannuuily t nur capital secures you For Sale Duroc Jersey Hogs e Narragansett Turkeys Toms 350 Hens 250 S B C Leghorns E P Hardaway R F D No t Irvington Ky r JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks Silverware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings T C Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky No Waiting Here t Just tell us how much Lumber you need Wo have all kinds of Framing material1 choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you t were unable to get so quick before Let us have your or dor today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Ky Jff r- U to r t r lr 1 A- More Good News for those looking for Bargain inILIVE STOCK f 5- I i I 2 pair coming 3yearoldmules unbroke I l 11 pair mare mule 8 years old 1 pair aged mules wagon and harness X 1 2 horses broke and good workers 1 gray jack 14 hands high 10 years old and all right Bea rd Bros 1 t HARDINSBURG KY L I f 1 fr J HARDINSBURG NORMAL AND tle COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE = Incorporated 1837 Normal Department Begins February 4 07 1 COURSESState and County Certificate High School t Preparatory and Primary Shorthand Geometry C Latin Beginning Greek Algebra Higher Arithmetictt KI3 Literature Specialties i1 I Enter at any time in any of theI coursesTERMSCash in advance money refunded in case of sickness for a period of one week or more State Certificate 5350 per monthi1 County 3Oto Vigil School 300 Preparatory 250 Primary 150 For Particulars AddressJANDREW DRISKELL President 1f Or HeD CUMMINGS Prin High School Hardinsburg Ky GOOD BOARD AT 250 PER WEEKI fl 1I Farmers Exchange ii I I I IWe have opened up a Farmers E- Xchange in Cloverport and are ready to trade flour and meal to farmers for all I kinds of grain I fI f TO THE MERCHANTS IIWe Flourii are prepared to supply the merchants with at wholesale prices ManagerI + I il fBJjBifliBiII Hotel Fixtures For Sale We will sell our Hotel Fixtures on Saturday Jan 26 To the Highest Bidder POMP McCOY Irvlnjtorr Ky I 0 5 I t f J I Seed Oats j I JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF NOR TERN SEED OATS IOWA SAME KIND ASI HAVE BEEN SELEING HERETO FORE THEY ARE THE FINEST SEED I HAVE EVER HAN DLED COME EAR LY AND GET WHAT YOU WANT BE EiALL RSBANDyIrvinglon ct t 1 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 16 1907 5 i a utt S PIII S FOR TORPID LIVER A torpid liver deranges tbo wholo system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu i matism SallowSkin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS proveTake Call at Prestons for the best flour February Delineator at the News office Dr Keene of Owensboro was here last week I Call for the Lewisport flour ou sale at i OCoimells Preston sells Lewisport flour the bee In themorketMrs Daniels is visiting relatives in Hawesville Mies Ruth Haynes ia the gnest of friends in Rockport Ind If there is anything you want in Harness call at Bahbages in Oelzes big etore Mrs Wickliffe DeHaveu will leave Y as week for a visit to her parents iin eras Mrs Eugene Haynes left yesterday for Durant I T to spend severall weeks There is no better flour on the market It is made at Xewisport Williams sells it- Mrs Chas Kiel of Kosmosdale is the guest of her mother Mrs Dell Ham bletou Stuart Babbage went to Louisville Friday to accept a position with Bel kuap Bros Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Ann Murray will return from Hardinsburg this week Mr Roland Smith of Stephensport was here Thursday tbe guest of Mr J D Babbage Thomas Heffner of Skillman has moved his family here and will farm for Mr Ed Oglesby Mrs James Skillman gave a candy pulling Friday evening in honor of her son William WhiteII Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Wagon breeching horse collars banes trace chains backbands etc at- JbbRgeS in Oelzes big store a great demand for home made work in harness It wears longer and gives better satisfaction than the machine marie article You can only find it at Babbages in the big store The installment of Partners of the Tide on the second page gives an in teresting account of Bradley Nickersons entering school He forms a friend ship with Gusy Baker one of theI school girls which will possibly develop iuto the love affair of the story Loss of Flesh When you cant eat breakfast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts Emulsion To get fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a greatstrength t Those who have lost ehs want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts 1 Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nervetFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts 1 Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bonel flesh blood and nervec We will send you a free sample Be sure that thus pldultii In the form of a on the wrapper of every fcttllt of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE i CHEMISTS 409PearlStNY Soc and Ir all dru wts r x BUSINESS MEN Threaten to Leave Hawesville Tax Rate Causing Much Complaint HawosvilleKy Jan 12At a moo ing of the City Council of this pla last night the tax rate for the city was fixed at seventyfive cents on the hn s presIenthas heretofore been The city has been getting 1500 from throe saloons but as they have been voted out at this place the Council is trying to raise the taxes enough to offset this so tho city can continue to have electric lights and water protection but this does not explain the increase in salaries The busi makintcomplaints and will have a meeting once to see if anything can be done to reduce this levy and the salaries of t Councilmen who are at present gettin- ntero than V1i evor paid here before Several business houses in town areaI ready being advertised for sale and Ita is reported today that several more will close unless something is done at once NEW TELEPHONE LINE Will Be Built Soon Between Hardins burg and Falls of Rough Hardinsburg KyJan15SpeciaIC- ol Late Green C V Robertson and J M Howard will build a telephone line to Falls of Rough via Glendeane to Hardintburg The line will be a strong and substantial one and will furnieh good service Plans are being perfect i od to begin work on the line this sprin A MOTHER WANTS TilE SALOONS CLOSED 1 Tarfork Ky Jan 13 1907 Let our people help Cloverport to close the saloons It is as much to our welfare as it is to the citizens of Clover port How often do we see our boys the very blossom of our home crazed with that awful demon whiskey Not oply our boys but our husbands as wellAs a mother I greatly see the need of local option in Cloverport Even men of 53 years of of age who have grow up sons will go to Cloverport and come home drunk My hear people and friends let us join heart and hands an try to help Cloverport close her saloons Written by an interested mother MARDI GRAS AND SOUTHERN RATES o Mardi Gras New Orleans Penaacola and Mobile Feb 712 1907 For this occasion a rate of one fare plus 25 for round trip will be made from Clo verport to above named places Feb 611 good to return Feb 1- 6DUKES Most of the farmers here are done delivering tobacco Frank Johnson returned home Thursday from a visit to relatives at Goer ing where he attended the wedding o E his cousin Miss Rena Powers to Mr Enoah Taylor which took place last Wednesday evening at the home of the bride Johnie Johnson is reported to be im proving at this writingIMrs Rebecca Powers returned home Sunday after a visitof several months with relatives in Owensboro- H H Tindle made a business trip tojj Patesville Sunday Mrand MrsChns Beavin and laughter spent Saturday with his parents Mr and Mrs Clint Beavin The A S of E lodge met at thes house Wednesday night Isaac aml Ronnie Powers of Goer ing attended the Debating society here Thursday night Miss Tula Lamb of Patesville spent Thursday night with Flora Newbury HilousBasham made his regular tripC Goering Sunday evening Dick Slaughter and wife spent Sun day with their daughter Mrs Mildred I Nichols of Patesville r John Johnson spent Sunday with his brother C B Johnson J C A Walker is on the sick list L Npbury spent Sunday with S W t I Powers Seaton Weathcrholt havo sold to J Miller fiftyfive acres of land on the Beech Fork for the consideration of t 225Misses Georgia and Mannie White ar t visiting in LouisvilleII Mrs J M Reynolds has been visiting I in Louisvillett Miss Ida Jarnett of Stephensport 3 is j the guest of heraunl Mrs J R Wil t IIamsIMr end Mrs J F Mattingly of Owensboro were visitors at the home of1 Mr 0 B Mattingly Y Y HAftDINSBURG Site For Fair Grounds Purchased t Newsy Letter From Our Neighboring Town coLIARDINSBURGtI KyA meeting of Directors of The Breckenridge Fair Association was he- ts1here Monday The farm of the Rev W H Foreman containing 105 acres and lying on the Louisville road about one and one fourth miles from the courthouse was purchased for the Fair grounds It is a fins site and is accessi ble from all roads The price paid was 2000 A part of the tract will be sold and there is a considerable body of tin bar on the land which can be utilized iin witatn I 11000 It is admirably located with I swltchIglittle expense The resignation of W R Moorman as director was tendered and accepted and W J Piggott of Irvington was elected to succeed him After appointing a few committees the Board adjourned to meet on Tuesday February 19 next Dr John E Kincheloe will go to Louis- Ville today to attend a banquet givenI by the Physicians and Surgeons Socie ty He will respond to the toast The Ethics of the Profession C V Robertson has purchased of the May heirs the lot at the west end of Second lot The consideration is 275 I Humphrey Marshall has purchasedI 100 acres of the Jacob Smith farm ly ing near Glendeane Consideration 1400g Mrs Fannie Board of Garfield wa the guest of Mr and Mrs Evans last week Jesse Bruington of Sedwick Kas iisI at home on a visit to his mother Mrs Missouri Bruington It has ben seven years since he was here and he noticed many improvements in the town and county W S Ball was in Louisville on a business trip last week Miss Mattye Reid was the guest of Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman Satur day Mrs Fred Ferry of Cloverport who 11has been visiting Col and Mrs D R Murray and other relatives returned home Monday dPreston Ford of Louisville visited his mother Mrs Mary Ford several days of last week Mr Kessinger of Fordsville was th guest of Mr and Mrs Robert Guthri- last week Prof Grant Peake of Kingswood Col lege preached at the DIE church Sunday night Mrs Blanche Read returned home Sat- S urday from a visit to relatives in Louis yule Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard of Kingswood spent Sunday at their horne here Mr and Mrs E J Wright of Louisville are the guests of Miss Tida Mer car W D Bland of West Point is here visiting friends Mrs S A Pate and children off West Point are visiting her motherI Mrs Margaret MayIDennie Mattingly has resigned hisii t position with the Telephone Company He will probably go to Louisvillett Arthur Scott has gone to Oklahoma City Okla where he will engage InI business with his brother Charles Sc LIGeorge Lyddan of Irvington was in town Monday on a business triptt Joseph Glasscock was here Monday to attend a meeting of the board of direc trsoof the Breckenridge Fair AssociaII tion H B Drake of Irvington has been appointed local manager for the Cum berland Telephone Company Percy M Beard was in Owensboro last week on a business trip Lon Jfcrboe of Kirk was the guest of Mr and Mrs Dennie Sheeran Sunday Mrs Mary C Heston is visiting her daughter Mrs Thomas at Leitchfield C V Robertson went to Stanford to attend a stock sale Passed Cloverporf Treading the Waters Walking on the waters of the Ohio on his forty days journey from Cincinnati to New Orleans Prof Oldrieve passed t Cloverport on last Wednesday morning t on his perilous undertaking The great t er portion of the town congregated on the j river bank to witness this novel mode of travelingProf 5000eI fully within the time specified Al I though sevral hours behind schedule time when ho passed Cloverport he felt sure of the outcome as the tide of the Mississippi when he reached it wonld carry him much faster Prof Oldrieve wears large cedar boots and his movements are very simi lar to one skating 4 + If r r I Wants f h + Advertisements Ipserted under this head atone cent a word per week POU SALEMy stock of Groceries tad Con- fections1 C ti L Slppol Cloverport Ky 1naVuyMrs maredI cows lifood corn ImtI seod oaUl THardin Holt Ky andFpoplarFork Ky 1 irrlagWnb oddreFUR HALETlie Worlds Host Music In otbothI IttorUahbaKeCloverlmrt VUANTEDNy a prominent monthly mlI hlJhdassllrculation1llland IncreriKe sulwcrlptlon list In Cloverport and vicinity on a salary basis with a con thebusinessnot essential Good onportuulty for the right person Address Publisher box 59 Station O New York treesCashSons Cloverport Ky Fun SALFrA beautiful chocolate sot In Jroen for 160 For particulars write to lows olllce Clovernort Ky torffollowInsVlANTEDPerson at Olondeuno Ky to ttreekeurblgeNewsManagingEditorp VlANTED CUO11EKI want it family JIIOOIlacdWriteJventucuy FOR SALEThree mllch cows one Jersey cheapfor1 BearingSkatesNews SAE An ideal cash register for saleForI Particulars wrlto to The Bracken ridge News Cloverport Ky Adkisson Uros SF1Yroe Clovorport Ky WAIlEDOontiomlln or lady with lllood rillforfliId weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Clovorport Ky- FOR SALEA tuition certificate In the BreckIFOR SALEI06 acres ot land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 ucrus lducrosInor wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Drookenrldlc News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoGllsollnoEnJlneslIAHTINLouisville IC- YBADLY INJURED AWAYeJulian II Brown Had Miraculous Escape From Death Last Wednesday A runaway accident on last Wednes day just before noon came near causing the death of Mr Julian II Brown a I wellknown young merchant and liveryII man of this city He is now lying at j his home suffering from severe injuries received in the accident Mr Brown was driving a team of horses hitched to a light wagon and was returning from Tar Springs In de fending a steep hill about a mile from town one of the wagon wheels ran into a ditch and Mr Brown was pitched for ward between the horses This fright ened the animals and they began run ning In the fall Mr Browns feet were tanglad in the lines and single trees Unable to extricate himself he clung to the wagon pole with both arms and in this perilous position he was dragged for nearly a mile his head being frequently dashed against rocks in the road and his body also received se vere bruises and cutsjj On reaching OConnells store the horses were frightened into a telephone pole and brought to a standstill Mr Brown was carried into the store and medical aid summoned It was at first thought that his injuries would prove fatal A severe gash was cut in the back of his head and his forehead and body were badly injured However no bones were broken and unless serious complications arise Mr Brown will shortly recover APPEAL FOR AID An appeal for aid has been sent out to this county by the Chairman of the Ken- tUcky I Finance Committee of the James town Exposition for a contribution to further advertise Breckenridge countys resourcesThere few counties in the State that have the natural advantages andII opportunities that Breckenridge county has to become a leading factor in the States march of progress and to get the necessary influx of capital and labor for the proper development of Her resources every means available to obtain this end should be taken advantage of Breckenridge countys asphalt anp limestone deposits and her timber and agricultural resources should not lack 0 MEET ME AT NOLTES Winter Isnt Over Old Crimp is just beginning to swoop i down upon us with all the terror of a March wind or a February freeze Thank Goodness t We are prepared for him The winters 1 wind turned into springs sunshine with 1 goods from our store 1 J C Nolte Si Bro Cloverport Ky 1 Q = c 7 Ind the proper advertising that is due them by the citizens of the county To this end Breckenridge county iis asked to contribute during the week be ginning January 21 the sum of 120341 for the advertising of the States resources at the Jamestown Exposition- Mr J C Nolte secretary of the com menial club of Cloverport has been ap pointed as vicechairman of the Divisio- of Finance for Breckenridga county an I the committee selected to solicit funds for the above cause is composed of the following gentlemen Robert Polk Clov erport Roy Moorman Hardinsburg Dr L B Mortmen Irvington Roland Smith Stephens port Chas Blanford Bewleyville Miss Lena Payne was in Central City a few day last week to settle up her fathers business Miss Jennie May Black of Hawes ville is here to spend the winter withI her mother Mrs John Adair Mr And Mrs Tom Robison hav rented rooms from Mr nadirs L B HelmR H Bennett is sick at this writing i A T Blaine is visiting hit mother Mrs It A maine Mr and Mrs WiUiam Rhodes of Brandenburg wereguests of their daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt last week Little Henry Nevitt has returned home after spending the holidays iin Brandenburrg Henry Plock has sold his farm and will move to Toll City in the near futureMrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline Moorman left Monday for Owensboro where they will join a party for a trip to Old Mexico Mrs Floyd Miller and daughter oi Henderson passed through t9wn last week enroute to Chenault to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Abe Allen Little Alice Louise Dix is on the sick listMiss Ida Jarnett is visiting relatives in CloverportMrs Driscal and daughter have returned from a visit to Louisville Miss Annie Dictman is on the sick list Small Boy Hurt MikeTucker the twelveyear old son of Mr Nathaniel Tucker of this city re ceived injuries on last Thursday by com ing in contact with the steps to the ca boose of a moving freight train The boy with some companions was walk ing beside the track when the train ap proached Jt is presumed that in an attempt to hop the train he lost his footing and was thrown directly in front of the steps which struck him in the head rendering him unconscious The injuries were slight and the boy is about wellI F I = I YOU CERTAINLY youdogainedfromofCADICKS CADICKSGOLD FLOUR goesfartherIt makes the most delicious baked stuffs that flour can make There are no failures where Cadicks Gold Dust is placed in the hands of a good cookThink of that Well l you more next time MAKERSCadlck I STEPHENSPORT The PaintI Seasond w Will soon be here IWe are the Paint Ipeople IL SEVERS DRUG CO I ij rl tiej ti 1ilTAYLOR KEENE If Ig DENTISTS y OWENSBORO IK ilOFl m j Will be in Cloverport on date ft- V announced Inter W j z J Remai ns Brought Here Mrs Elizabeth Mattingly died on last Saturday in Louisville at the home of the Little Sisters of the Poor where she had been staying for the past year or twoMrs Mattingly was the widow of Mr James Mattingly who died many years ago and was before her removal LouisvIlle one of the oldest and best known citizens of Cloverport She was sixtytwo years of age and death was due to senility Deceased was a consistent member of the Catholic church and her remains were conveyed here on Monday and interred in St Roses Catholic cemetery beside those of her husband The funeral was from St Rose Catholic church A daughter Mrs Henry Lewis of this city survives her Undergoes Operation Tom Ferry a machinist atthe railway shops at this place was taken to Louisville on last Thursday where he underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Norton Infirmary The operation was successful and the patient is convalesc ing 1 3 = ++ z t i f+ l1 Tn t emrtert5 T ri I 6 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 16 19Q7 Iloverwork Weakens l Your Kidneys 11U1healthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through j your kidneys once every three minutes Is in es The kidneys your blood they f out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are or of order they to do their work Pains aches and matism come from ex cess of in the blood due to neglected kidney troubleIheart beats and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble because the heart Ii overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- it used to be that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you sick you car make no mistake V by doctoring your kidneys The mild i1 and extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers x SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the dlstressln cases I and sold on its merits by all druggists fifty I cent and onedollar siz You may have a are purifiers fIl- ler sick out fall rheu uric acid considered are first the most sample bottle by mail Home of swampRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer tit Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistakt but remember tin name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address PlDRliamton N Yip on oven bourn H DeH MOORMAN Attoraey at Lax- t1ARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of tit Courts of and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to coUectln road cases and criminal practice License W practice In United States District Courts Office fiver Bank of Hardinsb- urgCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop J StreetJOpen day and nlpht Hates 1100 per day StylishComfortable rtTailor made clothes All the latent patterns for suits and trousers in high madebyantoed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May d Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET 00N- COatOMASUUI Fast Mailaod Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vile- Steamers=Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p n Through freight rates and passengi tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 171 Clovorport to Evansville 17f Cloverport to Oweusboro 7f Splendid accommodations for Bloc General Office 154150i58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and Pi- GEON A WILSON SliDt L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 140 Dally Fast Train loaves Clovorport 07 AlIl stops at He ward on flue only rrlve at JtuUvllleT S A M No 143 latlyMuIlund Kxpross leaves Olo verport 0 IU A M stops at all way statlonfci arrives Louisville 1235 pm Train No 144 Dtlly fast mall loaves OIo verport 448 p m stops at all way stations atLouisvilleuccommoIaUon 1 WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Clovorport accommodation leaves Cloverport 6 Xu m arrives Evansville gOO am expressleavesUawesviUe rewlsport MacooOwensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louls720p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 pm Stops at all stations M NoHSdally St Louis fast train loaves Clc terpprt 1111 PM arrives Evansville 135 A 1 M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawosvllle J Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between sloeplAA1t11 IIS between Louisville and St Louis ii Fordsville Branch 1 EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except iH nday leaves o mrrtves Irvington 840 Dally except Sunday leaves1 ffFordn1lle30 p Sunday moo arrives only Irvington 520 iii Fordsvlllo 980 a m Irvington 803 a m 11 WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 a m arrives Fordsvllle 845 X saTraiRKo 5 Dally leaTW Irvlngton 650 1i orr4es yorAsdlle 9 x p JI1 BUNCHED PARAGRAPH VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THESE ITEMS u Important Events Occurring Both st Home and Abroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column Earthquake shocks felt In Baltlmor county Md Willliinnport Pa and In Norway Russia and Sweden William F Newman a merchant was killed by a train on the elevated road New York Was pushed off car In a Jam Precipitation In storm that drenched southern California the past four days Is the heaviest In IS years Four or five lives lost Plant and buildings of the Standard Powder company of Plttsburg located font miles from Hollldaysburg Pa were destroyed by an explosion No lives were lost Standard 011 company advanced gasoline testing S6 degrees from 22V to 23Vfc cents per gallon Quotations on deodorized stove gasoline remain unchanged at 15 cents Machinists strike at Toledo 0 took on a serious aspect when 200 men employed in four shops Joined the strikers who walked out Monday after being refused an increase ii wagesFlood in Ohio river at Evansville Ind is receding Danger over National Bank of the Republic at Boston absorbed the Freemans Na tional bank of Boston Senator Knutc Nelson of Minnesota nominated by Republican legislative caucus to succeed himself President Roosevelt will speak at Indianapolis May 30 at unveiling of monument to Henry W Lawton Immigration officers captured 18 Chinamen smuggled across the line at El Paso Tex Chinks will be deported General Vladimir Pavloff Judge ad vocato general of Russian army shot by assassin at St Petersburg Assas sin captured Lexington hotel at Boston closed by assignment of proprietor J D Fan ning who blames blue laws Lia bilitlee 76000- Republican members of the Wyo mlng legislature in caucus unanimous ly voted to support Senator Francs E Warren fur reelection Nominations for postmasters Ohio C C Chappelear Clrcleville R A Peary Plain City E P Flynn South Charleston D M Stark oy Freeport For the removal of a catarrhal tumor In the nose of little Harry Har mon Wapakonetn 0 the surgeons operated and removed a shoe button At Seattle Wash F H Turner was shot and killed by Captain Emmons a cigar dealer and Andy Russell a sa loonist was fatally wounded by the same man Emmons then killed him selfSamuel A Groff 00 who was re leased from the Moundsvllle W Va penitentiary last September after serving three years for complicity In the postal frauds died at his home in WashingtonJames the new president of Pennsylvania railroad has formally assumed the duties of his position French foreign office here says there is no truth In the report that Franco ceded Tahiti to Great Britain L G Mathews a Southern Pacific engineer was arrested at New Orleans charged with killing Joseph Laure sollo an Italian truck gardener George B Cortelyou announced his retirement as chairman of the Repub lican national committee Hon Harry S New vice chairman will become acting chairman of the committee William C Williams 75 a well known veteran of the civil war died at Indianapolis of pneumonia after a brief illness Williams was colonel of the Fortyfourth Indiana regiment Burglars blew open a safe at Peoria Ill containing all records of the defalcation of N C Dougherty former su- porlntendent of schools dow in Joliet penitentiary and barned them Loss of records affects liability of bonds men and prevents future Indictments War department has ordered all the colored troops In United States army to prepare for service In Philippines At Eureka Springs Ark Mrs Mary Kirk 15 presented her husband John Kirk 17 three girl babies total weight 16 pounds The nay of the Qulnte Hamilton Ont one of the finest hotels between Toronto and Montreal was destroyed by fire Many guests had narrow es capes Loss 80000 Workmen cutting a new railway line between Lamsehoid and Leiningcn Germany were caught by a landslide The dead bodies of 13 and 15 injured workmen were recovered Vacant clerkship in I1attle burg Miss postofflco to which the negro W T George was appointed was filled by a white clerk George noti fied the postofflce department that he feared personal Injury if ho accepted the position Thomas Brown 35 well known as a whistler died at the Riverside hos pital in Yonkers N Y His wife Mrs Eva Brown is an actress W K McDougal a widely known railroad man committed suicide in the City of Mexico by shooting himself in the head General KuropatkinB history of the RussoJapanese war which was con fiscated in Russia Dec 28 will be pub lished In Leipzig m Aprilt Fire at Toccoa Ga destroyed the Yow business block entailing a loss ot 50000 with only 8600 Insurance Toccoa has no fire departMeat IDENTITY Of the Man Who Threw the Bomb In the Philadelphia Bank Philadelphia Jan 7Wlth tho find trig of tho personal effects of the man who when refused 5000 cash threw the bomb In tho Fourth Street National bank on Saturday killing Cashier W Z McLenr and himself there is lit tle doubt left in the minds of tho po lice officials that he was Rollo Stcolo of Garner Iowa The bomb thrower was found to have slept Friday night at the Grant House a hostelry on tho outskirts of the tenderloin Tho man registered as J S Stooleof New Vork When detectives searched the room they found several yards of slow fuse a number of detonating caps a revolv er box of cartridges In tho grip together with a number of tools and some clothing There was a suit bear Ing the tag of a Chicago clothing house and a pair of overalls marked with the name of a Lynchburg Va merchant There was also a waybill for a box shipped over the Southorn railway It Is probable that none of those hurt by the explosion will tile William J Crump the negro messen ger In tho bank the most seriously injured has been operated on When the cold winds dry and cracl the skin a box of salve can save much discomfort In buying salve look for the name on the box to avoid any imi tations and be sure you get the originAl DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by- all druggists White Man Lynched Charles City Ia Jan 10 James Cullen who murdered his wife and 15 yearold stepson was taken from the Floyd county Jail here by a mob and hanged to the Cedar river bridge in the heart of the city The mob broke Into the Jail and quickly overpowered the feeble resistance that Sheriff Schermerhorn was able to offer The mob was composed of many of the leading citizens of the town and even the leaders made no attempt to disguise themselves Cullen fought like a tiger but vas overpowered Ho de clared that his wife and son had at tacked him and that he had killed them in selfdefense Four or five ministers and a large number of wom en were In the crowd Piles get quick relief from Dr Sboope Magic Ointment Remember its mads alone for Piles and it works with cer tauity Slid satisfaction Itching pain ful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Try it and see Sold by Severs Drug Company Ralsull and Band Escape Tangier Jan 7Aftor a short and iloodloss engagement Chief Ralsull tnd his 700 followers succeeded In eluding capture and reaching the nountalns despite War Minister Gab IRs elaborate plans to prevent their escape The Moroccan troops looted tnd razed Zinat the bandits strong told OASTORXABitn thi- Blgnitu The Kind You Have Always Borctt lIIifZlit TO VOID FRISCO Japanese Squadron Will Go as Far as Honolulu Only Tokyo Jan ItTho Japanese gov ernment has decided that on account of antiJapanese agitation on the Pa rifle coast tho training squadron will not visit the Pacific coast but will go as far as Honolulu only Washington Jan 11 Members of he California delegation in congress m discussing the decision of the Jip nese government to abandon tho pro pod trip of the training squadron to the Pacific coast on account of the antiJapanese agitation expressed tho opinion that San Francisco would pave extended a welcome to the fleet Representative Kahn suggested the action of the Tokyo government to tiavo been on tho advice of the Jap ineso consul at San Francisco Airline Survey Plttsburg Pa Jan 7 Engineers aave completed the survey for tho proposed Now York and Chicago air lne as far as Tyrrell HI near Sharon Pa They clalu the line from Chicago to Tyrrell Hill is perfectly itralght with a single exception this Being at a cemetery near Tyrrell Hill which they had to circle Engineers eft for Chicago but soon will resume Derations from Tyrrell Hill to New York The statement is made that he construction of the New York and Chicago airline is to begin as soon as toe survey is completed Shot Bride and Shielded New York Jan 10 William Igoe M a truck driver shot his wife Mary 14 when he found her at her mothers home He then shot his brother nlaw Wm Vehmeyer 17 and him coif Igoe will die but his bride and ser brother probably will recover goe and the girl mot tho first time Thanksgiving day and were married hree days later They never lived to tether the girl showing a disposition o remain with her mother who to void Igoe moved into a new home Councilman On Trial Plttsburg Jan 7 William A Mar- In member of council Is on trial on- t charge of misdemeanor It being ale eged ho received a = 70000 bribe in jonncctlon with several ordinances of he Plttsburg and Tube City railroad He is also charged along with C S Cameron president of the railroad with conspiracy to bribe Cameron is 11 and only the misdemeanor charge was taken up L 2 J u Philosophy of Egg Colors To the editor of The SunSir For the sake of the correspondent who could not find an acquaintance in all the great city of New York who could inform him why the yolks of eggs vary in color but had to resort to the columns of this paper I will say The whole problem may be solved in the one word feed If an industrious hen feeds on good old hard yellow corn and plenty of other yellow vegetable and some meat her eggs will take on that golden hue so prized by egg eaters If on the other hand site is fedon outs and has no meat or other food of a yellow or reddish yellow color the yolks will be of to sickening pale yellow so detested br the person who loves eggs but if that man were blind he world not be able tn distinguish between the taste of the pale egg and the golden one It is only the looks and the difference between this and coloring butter is that in ono case the housewife does it and in this case the hen herself attends to it if she has tho proper food A spoiled egg is never pale It is usually leap yellow or red- Patsy Queer Ithaca January 6 If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Laxets just once to see what they will do for you Laxets are little toothsome Candy tabletsnice to eat nice in effect No griping no pain Just a gentle laxative effect that is pleasingly desirable Handy for the vest pocket or purse Laxets come to you in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 23 cents Sold by Severs Drug Com pany Japs Not Eligible Washington Jan 11 Naturaliza tion authorities in Washington say the question of whether Japanese subjects can become citizens of the United States already has been settled ad versely by the circuit courts in the United States which have declared that not being either white persons or persons of African nativity they are not entitled to that privilege Tho question it is said has never been taken to the supreme court of the States The decisions of the circuit courts in construing tho law on this subject have been accepted by the naturalization oiSclals as final A Great Outside Remedy Most pains are of localorigina crick in the back a twinge of rheu matisma soreness all over arising from a coldare all cured by outside appli cations The quickest safest and most certain method is Allcocks Plaster known the world over as a universal remedy for pain They nevar fail they act promptlythey are clean and cheap You can go right ahead with your work while the healing process goes on Sixty years use has given them a great re putation Troubles French Shoe Factories Fougeres France Jan 10 Shoo actories here which locked out their smployes two months ago reopened nit only 800 out of 7600 men returned 6 work Intense excitement prevails n this city A delegation of SO chil Iron of tho shoemakers went to Paris mlth the object of arousing sympathy Saleenkeeper Shot Memphis Tenn Jan 9Ernest rtlllor a local politician shot and robably fatally wounded Morris B ledgepeth saloonkeeper A dispute iver a license is said to have caused he shooting Miller is under arrest Family Asphyxiated Burlington Vt Jan 7Tine entire amily of George Devino at Wlnopskl wnslsting of six persons wero killed iy Illuminating gas which entered the kouso from a break in the street main farough a sewer p- ipeTakesIt Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body it is nerve force that causes your heart to pulsate andsend the blood through your veins it is nerve force that causes your stomach to digest food your kidneys to filter the blood and the liver to secrete bile In fact nerve force is the power that runs your body so if you feel wornout irritable nervous cannot sleep or eat well have pain or misery anywhere your nerves are weak and your system run down To restore this vitality take Dr Miles Nervine which will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves For eighteen years Dr Miles Nervine and AntiPain Pills have been my close companions Early In mar nervP3lbecame allwornouticcould not ray sleep had no appetite indigestion very bad and had such awful dizzy spells Then I began using Dr Miles Nervlne and at once I began to Im prove and soon found myself In perfect health YOUNGc3UDr Miles Nervine Is sold by your will guarantee that the first bottle will beneflt If It falls he wnl refund your money Miles Medical Co jJlkhart Ind i r 1np I t mnm RHEUMATISM CURED Iand11 I i S1oiiis Liniment IItAOIfs Price 25c 50c I00Sol-df I by all DealersIT Sloans Treatise On The HorseSent freeJJ Address Dr Earl SSloanBostonMass sn I IAMOND I II I DRESS I I The air ofexclusivenessthat distinctive touch so much desiredin our Diamond Brand dress shoes is not there by accident Diamond Brand styles are designed by an officer of this Company who has won his spurs as a master of footwear constructionMoreover Diamond Brand Dress Shoes are made by the best paid shoeworkmen of the highest grade leathers They fit faultlessly snug up under the arch beautifully and hold their shape OkeuSkeCioJJ3f1J 1WEMAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHfN HOUSE INTlI WEST 1 l DIAMOND BRAND Sl THE Fifth Alvenue HOTELf I Louisville Ky i PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr fcfeg3gg 5s BRAND SHOE Toe most centrally located and onlj firstclass hotel in the city Jmsklnj a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal sbopplng61strlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of tbe city- Everything neat andiclean N NN m N 1 The Bank of Hardinsburg i and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL CujirroN Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskddge BeardDrAdministrator Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary 2 N NN NNN N NN NNNNN f- NN f Florida and Cuba The Winter Playground Easily and QuicklyQReached Via the Southern Railway And Oueen Crescent Route and EquipntS Westorl SrStSj4 InservicelatestPullmanwithoutchangeCheap Homeseekers Tickets sale r iu TerritorySoutheast December 18 January 1 and 15 est and February 6 an 19 andMarch 6 and 19 For Illustrated Literature Rates addressanyC H HUNGERFOHD District Passenger Agent OUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky 0 JF zY S I 7 ERGENCY CAMPAIGN Subscriptions for Kentucky Jamestown Movement Sought From This Congressional I District A herculean effort will be made dur ing the week commencing MondayJan 21 to complete the fund of 40000 ro qulred to give Kentucky a proper re presentation at the Jamestown Exposi tion The Exposition will open at Nor folk Va April 26 next and promises hiterestingWorlds General Assembly failed to provide a lund for a State Building or a State Exhibit and the task must be carried out by the citizens of this Common wealth Members of the Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission of which Col J StoddardJohnson is pre sident have been devoting their time andservices gratuitously to this mover ment and now they call on the publi- spirited citizens of the State arguing with considerable force that Kentucky participation in the Exposition will mean assistance toward the general de- v pment of the State It is further pointed out that Kentucky recognized as the first and foremost daughter of Virginia should above all other states have a place in this Exposition Believing that the public spirited d citizensand business enterprises of Ken tucky will not permit the State to go unrepresented The Kentucky Com mission has dlready secured an ideal site for a State Building and has begun the collection of the logs which will he used in a replica of the Fort of Boones boroKentuckys proposed structure at the FairIt is hoped to send to Jamestown on or about Feb 1 the first shipment of logs for the building and f I exhibits from this State The week of Jan 21 has been de signated as KentuckyJamestown Week II A personal canvass for funds will be made in every county of theII I theIsum expected from the entire State has been made Each county is requested to raise a sum amounting to 1 per cent of the revenue turned over by the county to the State treasury for the fiscal year ending June 30 1905 Each county in the State has much natural wealth and many possibilities to offer to I outside investors and it is felt that an aborate exhibit and a State Building attention to Kentucky and I 1attract in her resources and For the counties of this Congression al districtvicechairman of the Division of Finance have been nominated and the respective counties are asked to sub scribe to the fund as follows Fourth District Breckenridge 203 41 Joel H Pile Hardinsburg County chairmanGrayson 11622 Lafe Green Falls of Rough County chair man Hardin 25182 Prof J L Pilketon Elizabethtown County chair manMeade 15191 Judge J L Hagan Brandenburg County chair man I Croup can positively be stopped in 20 minutes No vomiting nothing to sin or distress your child A sweet pleasant and safe Syrup called Dr Shoops Croup Cure doe the work pnd does it quickly1 Dr Shoops Croup Cure is for Croup alone remember It doer not claim to cure a dozen ailment Its for Croup thats all Sold by Severs Drug Company I Gillettes Blunder If Chester Gillette chargedwith pushing Billy Brown into an AdJ rondack lake to get rid of her is not dead to all the best and finest in wom gals character he must by this time realize that he threw away the love and lifelong devotion of n girl who in any event was much too good for him The letters from the girl published duringhis trial show a delicacy of feel ing a richness of character and a heart of pure devotion rare among women of any class Factory girl though she ofcthe best literary That is they are full iji human feolingexpressed with pathe tics direct sympathy- I am about crazy now she writes in one of her last letters I have been bidding goodbye to some places today There are so many nooks dear and all of them so dear to me I have lived here nearly all my life First I said goodbye to the old springhouse with the great masses of green moss then the beehive a cute little house in the orchard and of course to all of the neighbors that have mended my dresses from a little tot up to save mo thrash ings I really deserved She seemed to have a premonition of the end a fore boding of disaster Gilletts sensibilities were too blunt however to appreciate the delicate re finement of the woman whose real character shines like light in this brief extract She was a factory girlgood enough to play with to dishonor to kill perhaps if she grew troublesome but not good enough to become his wife As in so many other cases he was not good enough for her He missed the greatest blessing that can come to a man in this life because he was not worthy of it He was blind and knew it not when he had it within his grasp It is a terrible lesson to all men and women too for that matter Social condition is no index to real character Indeed it often obscures the best and cloaks the worst womanly And manly spirit Billy Brown worked in a factory But her letters written with out art are the very best proof of her superiority to all conditions The case is a reminder of the injunction Judge not according to the appearance but judge righteous judgement an in junction which any man or woman can heed who is not so blinded by fear and andsocial prejudice that he can not distinguish appearance from right truthSt Louis Post Dispatch THE DISCOVERER Of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound the Great Womans Remedy for Womans Ills I LYDIA E PINKHAM No other mtdloino for Womans ilkin tho world hew received such widespread and unqualified endorsement No other medicine has such a record of cures of femalo Illnesses or such hoata of gtatOWl friends sa has Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound For more than 30 years It has been curing all forms of Femalo Complaints Inflammation and Ulceratlon and consequent Spinal Weaknes- sIt has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than any other one remedy It dissolves and expels tumors in an early stage of development Irregularities and periodical pains Weakness of the Stomach Indigestion Bloating Nervous Prostration Headaohe General Debility quIckly yield tofu also deranged organs causing pain dragging sensations and backache Under aU circumstances it acts in harmony wIth the female system It removes that wearing feeling extreme lassitude dont care and wanttobeloft alono reeling excitability irritability nervousness diz ziness faintness sleeplessness flatulency melancholy or the blues These are indications of Female Weakness or some derangement of the organs irhich this medicine cures as well as Chronic Eldney Complaints and of either sexilIacknohe Thoso women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a hundred thousand times for they get what they wanta cure Sold by Druggist everywhere Refuse all substitutes HARGIS TRIAL STOPPEDI Writ of Prohibition Issued by the Court of Appeals CHARGES AGAINST THE JUDG Alleged He Is Conducting the Case 1 In an Arbitrary Manner and Is Over stepping the Bounds of Law Excitement Subsides at Jackson Prosecution Elated Jackson Ky Jan llTho trial of Judge James Hargis on the charge of participating in the assassination of Dr D B Cox in this city three years ago was suddenly postponed hero as the result of a writ of prohibition Issued by the court of appeals of Ken tuckyThe writ was granted Upon the ap plication of Attorney General N B Hays and James B Adams common wealths attorney for the Second judicial district Tho petitioners allege that Special Judge William Carnes of Wllltamstown who was appointed by Governor Beckham to try tho case o Judge Hargis and others charged with the assassination of Dr Cox Is con ducting the trial in an arbitrary man ner and Is overstepping the bounds of the law The principal objection to Judge Carnes was his ruling that temporar ily suspended Sheriff Breck Crawford and the naming of Robin Burton as plisor The petitioners allege that Judge Carnes has directed the elisor tQ summon bystanders for the jury which Is in violation of a statute passed at the last session of the legis latureThe writ of prohibition has wrought a great change in the feeling of the people of this city Judge Carnes said that he thought the writ could be dis missed on a demurrer which ho would file when he reached Frankfort The excitement has subsided and the town Is almost deserted Judge Hargis appears to be bewll dered by tho writ It Is the hardest blow that has come to him In any of his trials and the prosecution is much elatedJudge Carnes had wired Governor Bcckham asking that 50 soldiers be sent to guard him against assassina tion as his life is in danger C vll aU- thorities ho says are powerless to protect him The little city which has been the sceno of much turbulence and bloodshed In the past few years Is Intensely excited over a condition bordering on a reign of terror It is a result of the same cause which brought about all previous trouble the feud between the Hargis faction and their opponents The jury In the case has not been selected as It has been found Impossible to secure 12 men from Breathitt county Who are not afraid to pass judgment on their fellow townsman and most powerful citizen The people of Jackson want the trial removed from Jackson as far as possible FATALITIES That Attended the Explosion at Jones Laughlin Furnace Plttsburg Jan llPartlal Investi gation to ascertain the number of fa talities that occurred at the Eliza fur naces of the Jones Laughlin Steel company when an accumulation of gas exploded bursting the base of the large furnaces and showering tons of molten metal over about 40 men was completed and shows that the bodies of 12 men horribly mutilated have been recovered i from 15 to 20 men are missing It being generally believed their bodies were consumed by the hot metal and 10 men are in hcs pltals terribly burned four of whom are expected to die momentarily It Is doubtful whether the number of men killed will be ever known From present indications over 15 men were caught like rats in a trap by the met al which flowed over their bodies to i depth of six feet No trace of them It Is said will ever be found Negro Soldiers In Philippines Cincinnati 0 Jan 9Women of the Cincinnati W C T U will be asked to unite in a protest against the removal of the colored troops of the United States army to the Philippines At the head of this movement Is Miss Mary Renick leader of the purity sec lion of Christian Temperance work Tho matter will be brought before the union at its next meeting The native women of the Philippines Miss Re nick declares are entitled to the same protection as the women living In tho states at home Harriman Recovers New York Jan SE H HarrIman rave personal assurance that ho was not seriously ill He said I under went an unromantic little operation recently but It was not of any conso auence I hear there have been wild reports of my sickness though I have not read the newspapers I expect to ro out at once Mr HarrIman refused to discuss the interstate com- Merce commissions investigation of tho railroads In which he is Interested Outraged by Negro Lynchburg Va Jan 9 Miss Jladys Shelton 17 daughter of a well todo farmer near Monroe Amherst county was outraged by a negro The negro then took tho girl to a creek to drown her He changed his mind and made her gQ to a neighbors home while ho went in another direction Five negroes were arrested and brought here a mob of 75 men chasing Sheriff Board and a deputy for two tnlleii The girls condition is pre I carious but she will recover i Widow Gov Hoadlyl Daughter Cincinnati 0 Jan 9Mrs Joha son the widow of Dr Philip Edward Johnson who was killed In Portland Ore is the only daughter of the late exGovernor Hoadly of Ohio She was born and spent her early life in Cincinnati Mrs Jdhnson was former agoEHoadly re moved with her father to New York city and has since made that place her home until her marrIage with Dr Johnson last October Tho couple removed later to Portland Ore Dr Johnsons body was found beneath a railroad bridge It is believed ho was the victim of thugs Johnsons father Is Episcopal archdeacon of Staten Island N Y Succeeds McCrea Plttsburs Jan nAt a meeting of the directors of the Cleveland Akron Columbus railroad held here the resignation of James McCrea as pros Wont was accepted and Joseph Wood the now first vice president of the Pennsylvania lines yeas elected In his stead Daniel T McCabe was elected a director Wilson to Retire Washington Jan lOaIt Is reported thefdepartment of agriculture will retire from the cabinet March 4 when Sec retarles Shaw and Hitchcock go out Tho president It Is asserted has se lected Gifford Plnchot now chief of the bureau of forestry to succeed Wilson Plnchot Is from New York To Succeed Alger Lansing Mich Jan 11 Congress man William Alden Smith of Grand Rapids was nominated to succed Unit ed States Senator Russell A Alger As there are only halt a dozen Demo crats in the state legislature nomina tion by the Republican caucus Is equivalent to an election All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use in atomizers That it is an unfailing cure for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an ever increasing mass of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender air passages It allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate old cases have been cured in a few weeks All druggists 7c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York PEONEItalians Claim to Have Been Held In West Virginia Camps Washington Jan 9 Claiming that they had been held practically in peon ago In a West Virginia lumber camp a group of Italians passed through this city bound for Hoboken N J Tho workmen claim that wages are due them and they will take the proper legal steps through the Italian ambas sador to obtain what Is coming to them According to tt ell story the men were sent to West Virginia last November through a labor agent In Hoboken On arriving at the camp 18 miles from Prince W Va they found that they were expected to do blasting The men protested and started to walk back when they claim they were rounded up by 12 armed men who called themselves deputy sheriffs and held prisoners tor several days In a box car For the first five days they had only bread and water and for two days thereafter the food supply was cut off entirely Hun ger compelled them to work but suffi clent funds were raised for nine of them to buy their release and permit them to return to Hoboken To stop a Cold with Preventics is safer than to let it run and cure it after wards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head off all colds and Grippe and prehaps save you from rneu nionia or Bronchitis Preventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you are chilly if you begin to sneeze try Preventics They will surely heck the cold and please you Sold by Severs Drug Company Fayne Gilman Held Dayton 0 Jan 8Payne Gilman sister of Dona was arrested on an affi davit sworn out by Constable Hancock of Magistrate Markleys court charg ing her with complicity In the murder of her sister It Is asserted that Con stable William Helntzmann of Cincinnati who has been Investigating the murder Is back of the arrest Mrs Leah Gilman and her son Collins are already Awaiting grand Jury action having been bound over on the charge of complicity in the death of the girl The grand jury began an investigation of the ease Coroner Kline gave out his verdict and in It he sticks to his first conclusion that the crime was committed by Dave Curtis the half witted newsboy who confessed and later retracted his confession saying he was forced to make it by the po lice Curtis was released The cor oners finding exonerates all members of the Gilman family from complicity in the crime CASTOR 1IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of G The News one year one dollar I q Q W II DOWMEII President A B SKIMMAN Cashier F L Lionirooi VicePresident CHAS PKILUIAN AsstCashler t The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited + lt1Al9NSSSlSglfissssssss e wa aaeeeealra Beautiful Complexions Return this with 50 one cent stamps or 25 one 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 being 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 the 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 ants unrivalled complexions- L J MOCKLEY 1133 BROADWAY NEW YORK SNAHSIS SSSW eoI i First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden Ill H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits u II FREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckbam BALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published FREE I I The Evening Post has for several years endeavored to secure pictures of alt Kentucky Kentuckyl In order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged In agroup in an uptodate AlUi showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of all the presidents of the United States Rulers anill Flags of all nations steamship routes statistical data history of the also late maps of the United States Pan ama Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three national census and much other historical information SUBSCRIBERSIfsixmonthsIuDaiptionThe Evening Post publishes six or more editions dally and the latest edition is sent to each reader according to the time that it will reach them The Evening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and best market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always For the Home Slip nrnttt0 Viant LOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper rwW AT THE NEWS OFFICE Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional words and meanings 1009 Eastiffau Kodak No 3 Series Price 1900 Sanfords Premium Writing Fluid 1 for fountain pens per pint 50 Writing and Copying Combined Fluid per pint 50 Sandfords Library Paste Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds and Hortgages flemorandum Books School Supplies Business and Social Statfonery flonogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes Printed and Engraved Business Cards Daily Papers Magazines and Novels Souvenir Post Cards For Sale at the NEWS OFFICE fWJ y g tWs X f f 4- S r11 1 11 rl II Ll J QIL f1 = T rr 0nTr l I Itlil fIV RITi 1 itlO rt t I I THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY JANUARY 16 1907 I CELEBRATES HIS SIXTY B SEVENTH BIRTHDAY t Capt J H Rowland postmaster of C Ii this city celebrated his sixtyseventh birthday Monday January the four teenth by giving a stag dinner at his I Ihome to six of his friends The guests were Dr A A Simons A R Fisher Marion Weatherholt Dr F M Smith D H Severs and Frank Payne F I Mrs W H Kyler and Mrs C B Fritz of Hairesville have been the EMBALMINGFi1 Hot Only People but Animal Were a M m nil fled lit Earypt Myrrh which was fabulously sup posed to be tho tears of Myrrho who S I was turned Into a shrub was a plant I spreadI pally In Arabia and Abyssinia In early times the perfume distilled from It was greatly In requisition for em balmingHerodotus gives a detailed account of the ancient mode oC embalming which IIs perhaps more Instructive than I pleasing After the body had undergone much preparation which to spare your feelings will not be described It woe filled with powdered myrrh cassia aid ether perfumes It was then steep ed In natron a strong solution of soda for seventy days After this It was wrapped In bands of fine perfumed linen smeared with aromatic gums Not only people were thus embalm ed but the crocodiles of Lake Moerls which after their mummification were decorated with ornaments and Jewels and laid In one of tho subterranean passages of the great labyrinth with much pomp and display The sacred cat Ichneunion and other cherished an- Imals devoutly worshiped by the Egyp tians were embalmed with scrupulous and fanatical care On days special to the memory of the dead the mummies were newly sprinkled with perfume incense was offered before them an their heads anointed with fresh o11ln the same spirit as we lay new blooms upon the graves of our dead WHISTLER AS A TEACHER A Genius Who Showed Difficulty In Imimrtlntr III Knowledge Whistler was certainly a genius but he showed some ditllculty in Imparting his knowledge His criticisms were of ten foggy and uncertain and lie hard ly ever found words In which to ex press himself It was almost an Im possibility to develop without becom ing a slave and copying him In every way With a majority of the students this was a dangerous method If one came with a spark of originality It was extinguished Immediately by the dom innting pcnwuallty of the master He could see art only from his own stand point and he Insisted on nil of us ming F the wane pu lotto and tho slime brushes as himself and on our seeing all ob jects villa his eyes The result to a1 ordinary oubydur wus ridiculously mo notonousI remember n Frenchman who wmntfid to join the class romlng t vlow some of the tttudlcs null then re marking with an amused smile Vous even bcmicoup dos pctiiH Wlieestlnlrs F majorIty n who hardly curried out Whistlers formulas as regards the pnlcttc anti method but who owing to their nlor IiidciHixlent attitude profited much by the critlclmni Century VntlnK In Paris V In Paris only onefifth of the voters KQ to the polls nnd cast their ballots said an Amorlcnn who has lived lIn Paris as a business man for several1 L years past This Is not because they cannot vote hut because they do not care to Everybody In the city is In terested In politics but when the time to vote comes few care to go to ting polls The mall who wins Is most often the mini wno promises everything For Instance In my district last time a man was elected who promised to put a new shed on the market I know of another deputy who was kept In ounce fifteen years be cause he promised to add an extra sar dine to the dally rations of the sol dlers There are so many soldiers t- heI t that made a big difference They did not get the sardine but he continued to promise and kept ofllce Washing ton Pouttt- r I It Quiets the Couqhbp xp lit This is one reason why Ayers k Cherry pectoral is so valua II J ble in consumption It stops S 1the wear and tear of useless Jrt coughing But it does more ritcontrols the inflammation LJI quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this rft The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years I Male byT O Ayer Co Lowell MaII J eo Alio msnuftoturort or 1 r 9 SARSAPARILLA I1 I1a UBO V1 I sPILLSVIUOR TtWehave no reerete I wa pubitih the fonnnU of aU OUrmedicines if J Hasten recovery by keeping the Jobowels regular with Ayer sPills ECZEMA COVERED HANDS 11 YEARS I ManxPlacesBecame ManyRemedies Doctors but Got No ReliefNow Cured and Is Very I I PROUD OF HAVING TRIED CUTICURA REMEDIES I had eczema on my hands for about eleven years Tho hands cracked open in many places and bled On- of my fingers was so bad that tho nail came oft I had often heard of cures by the Cutlcura Remedies but had no confidence in them as I had tried so many remedies and they all had failed to euro mo I had seen three doctors but got no relief Finally my bus band said that we would try the Cutl cura Remedies so we got a cako of Cuticura Soap a box of Cuticura Ointment and two bottles of Cuticura Resol CutlcuraSoapthe one cake of Soap and halt a box of Cuticura Ointment cured them It myhandshaving tried Cuticura Remedies and recommend them to all suffering with eczema Mrs Eliza A Wiley R F D 2 Llscomb Iowa Oct 181000 ITCHING PIMPLES Resulted from Poisoning Cured by Two Sets of Cuticura Remedies My husband got a blood disease from wearing woolen underwear Ho was all full of pimples and ho had an awful itching Ho took a good many socalled blood remedies and nothing did him good Then we saw in a newspaper about Cuticura Remedies and they cured him after using in all two sets of Cutlcura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cutlcura Resolvent and now SoapMrsReadingPd1006bforEverysists of Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse the Skin InaCUUeurllllSOlvcntlate Coated Tills 25c per vial ot GO to Purify the tDrugCbsefatMatIpsi THE WILD BALSAM APPLE It Seed Holders Are SnKReittve ot base Puree In the brooks of autumn In certainI places many little Incellke bags may be seen drifting along with tile cur rent or stranded by the shore They are the inner coats or bodies of the wild balsam apples Kchtnocystls loba ta which have dropped from Urn vlnee overhanging the streams and now floutI lightly away with their largo seeds The priiii prickly bug of fhe balsam apple Itself began to form In lute sum mer and by autumn It has witheredI 1and faded to n lade straw color We may see the trailing vines with their shrunken pods decorating the brool side bushes fur into the whiter The outer coat of the pod gradually rots 0sawny and the tuner hag or seed cattier Is now released nod exposed ns A delicate webby network of toug fibers A thin skill or membrane IlllJ up the spurn between these uicshe- but Unit also falls away through the action of water and the winter sta m the purse Is left These little purses be Ing extremely light and buoyant float far and wide over the submerge- swamp lands In late autumn carry ing the seeds with them and so plant ing the vine In new situations If how ever we take these seeds home wit us and plant them there Mother Eart will suitably reward us in the follow- Ing year with vines of our own They will spring up and spread rapidly until1 all the stffne walls and garden fences are decorated with the tracery of their stems and star shaped leaves 8t Nicholas FISHERMEN There Are TTTO daises the Qennln and the Pretenders It has sometimes been said that fish trnien cannot be manufactured Thisl Is true to the extent that nothing can supply the luck of certain Inherent constitutional and Inborn qualities or traits which are absolutely necessary to a fishermans makeup Of tours there are ninny who call themselves fishermen nnd who insist upon their membership the fraternity who have not in their veins a drop of legitimate fisherman blood Their self asserted relationship is nevertheless sometimes seized upon by malicious or lgnorn critics as permitting the assumption that the weaknesses and sins of then pretenders are the weaknesses an sins of genuine fishermen But i truth these pretenders are only Interlopers who have learned a little Ha language who love to fish only who they bite who whine at bad luck who betray Incredulity when they hear a rousing fish story and who do or leave undone many other things fatal1 to good and regular standing They are like certain whites called squaw men who hang about Indian resort tlons and gain certain advantages 1In the tribes by marrying full blooded Ini dian women Surely no just person would for a moment suppose that geni nine Indians could be treated fairly by measuring them according to a squaw man standard Neither can genuine fishermen be fairly treated by jud ing them nccordlujr to the standar presented by squaw fishermonFro- Fishing nnd Shooting Sketches Grover Cleveland 1 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 Other Real Estate 236 79 Furniture and Fixtures 400 00 Total J318397 37 No 33 of 3 per cent this day to of H I OFFICERS F BEARD M II BEARD President Cashier lB PAUL COMPTO- NAssIstant Cashier l S A Cnnie of Divorce What Is the most frequent cause of divorce the lawyer was asked It is nearly incredible he saId but a thing that causes divorce oftener than youd Imagine Is married peoples quarreling over their right to one anothers letters The bus and will claim that bo IIs entitled to OpQJ1 the wifes math The olio will claim that she Is entitled to open the husbands In the letters of neither will there be anything of a private or compromising nature but nevertheless they both want to get their mall in violateit enrages them to have it opened and read Quarrels over this letter opening question vex I suppose 00 per cent of married couples Of this 00 per cent a large proportion go on from bad to worse till they wind up In the divorce court So young man when you come to mar ry leave your wifes mall alone no matter how she may pry into yours Now York Press Quick Wit Saved III Life The strangest and most thrilling piece of swordsmanship I ever saw said the fencing master was In Ver mont I was spending tho autumn Inn mountainous part of the state and there was a military encampment near my hotel One morning an officers horse started to bolt with the man during parade and made at breakneck peed toward a precipice The officer tried to stop the horse tried to thehfrantic animal straight for the abyss anothersInstant we expected to see horse and officerswhen within fifty feet of the edge drew his sword and plunged It twice deep Into the horse Tho horse stag Thedman sacrificed the animals life to sore his own Kingdomh fifebappears among Insects live for only a fow hours while fish elephants and turtles are fre quently centenarians The average life of the mosquito Is three days Toads usually live to the age of about fifteen years while carp have been known to reach 150 Chickens live from twelve to fifteen years dogs to the age of ten and occasionally fifteen and parrots to extreme age These birds have been known to pus the ago of 200 years Turtles are also fre quently centenarians as are storks and elephants are Bald to reach tho age of 300 years Whales have been known to live for 400 years Postage Stamps The largest postage stamp ever Is sued was a flvo cent stamp of the United States Intended for postage It was 4 by 2 inches In size The smallest postage stamp ob the other hand WaS a twentyfive pfennig stump of MecklcnburgSchwerln Is utsued In 10 It was onefourth the size of an ordinary postage stamp In thedpoetagA by varl- ous countries of the earth yAr j 01 t A strange comedy and tragedy was woven Into the lives of Ibsen and BJornson As young were great friends then politics hunk them apart they quarreled and never met far years and years Strange fate brought the children of these two great writers together and Bjornsons daughter married Ibsens only child The fathers met after a quarter of a century of separation at tho wedding of their children bdsxrubya car load ot tobacco 13000 potiudeltis t week It sold ut 8 7 and 2 Resources Capital Stock 50000 Surplus Undivided Profits 3616 Amount Due Depositors 264780 ITotal 318397 Dividend passed credit Stockholders Very respectfully MA BEARD Cashier distressingly menrthey IThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company In presenting this statement again calls your attention to its strong direc torate to its ever increasing strength in resources surplus and profits and to its very conservative manner of conduct business These are the characteristics which have brought such large to this bank and it is on these it de pends for future success THE NEW IDEA THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP ENNEDY AXATIYE 0ONEY ANO AR Pores the Bowels Best for Children Red CloTrBletHIIlfI Eftrr8 tU aitwyl- fMeb ell other trough woes us consUpat1nt dsi eclallrthosd containing Opiates Remtadar LazWro Honey and Tar mews the bowels contains Opiates For Sale by IIDruggists Enormous Lifting Power The shelless limpet pulls 1084 times Its own weight when In the air and about double when measured In the water Fleas pull 1403 times their owndead weight The Mediterranean cockle Venus verrucosa can exert n pulling power equal to 2071 times tho weight of Its own body So great Is the power possessed by the oyster that to open It1l force equal to 13105 times the weight of Its sbellcss body Is reo qulred If the human being possessed strength as great In proportion as that of these shellfish the average man would be able to lift the enormous weight of 2070000 pounds pulling 1In the same degree as tho limpet And If tho man pulled In the same propor tionate degree as the cockle he would sustain a weight of no less than 3100 GOO pounds TTTO Poor Ones During one of Edwin Forrests en gagements In Boston a poor artist called several times to see the great actor at the old Winthrop House Each time he brought a picture which he had painted Ho finally left with a note stating that ho was In needy circum stances Forrest read the note and took the wrapping from tit picture It proved to be a painting of himself as Spartacus Forrest gazed upon It a moment and then ejaculated to tho clerk Give him 10 If he is as poor as his picture he must be on the point of starvation One Way of Smrlna No Becrbohm Tree was once endeavor ing to get a well known actor back Into his company Tree received th man In his dressing room as bo was making up How much would you want to come back to me Inquired Mr Tree busy with his paint pots The other named an exorbitant salary to which Tree merely retorted as he went on making up Dont slam the door when you go out will you Two Thoughts I want a business suit now said Slopay I was thinking of thou way of a small plaid d I replied the tailor can help thinking of something In the way of a small check Philadelphia Ledger AdsleerA beauty adviser says Fortende eyes make an Infusion ottt0h bosh Every girl knows how to make tender eyes without advice from any special ists Mlnuenpolfs Tribune The Signal TommyDoes your ma hit your foot under the table when youve had enough TommyNo thats when I havent had enough When I have she tends for the doctor Harpers Bazar Wo know accurately when we know title With knowledge doubt Increase Goethe Autobiography of a Family Man I was born In New York and went t t orstwentyoneknown as the son of my mother to the next thirty as tho husbadd ot my wife and for the last ten years as tho father of my daughter I claim therefore to be a family man Independent Tis not the size or grandeur of the structure but the contentment that happyt 1 00 and 66 71 I I 37 patronage se It somethip- in A Hotel ExperienceI One fashionable FifthI hotel 9n avenue refuses to give any receipt for Jewelry deposited In Its safe or bold Itself responsible for a greater amount than 250 Its explanation of this rule Is based on an experience which seems excuse enough Two guests of tho hotel kept their valuables and money In the safe They left them there when they went abroad sometimes to stay for six months Once the wife came back alone and drew out all the money and valuables As she had of ten done so before the clerks gave the box to ber as a matter of course It was not until her husband had return ed and wanted tho same valuables that the hotel knew of their divorce The husband brought suit pnd recovered all he claimed Since that result of IIts confidence In Its guests the hotel bas limited Its responsibility to 250 New York Sun A Cholera Delt I The cholera belt said a polo Anglo Indian Is not an Imaginary girdle like your pie belt but a real girdle which every foreign resident of India wears day and night In winter the belt Is made of heavy wool In the summer It Is made of light wool it 1la never taken oft Even when you are sleeping In a temperature of 105 degrees tossing and moaning and per spiring despite the punkah that fans you from above you still keep on your cholera belt no matter what elso you shed Every AngloIndian has a couple of dozen cholera belts They are said to prevent cholera and I have no doubt they do so At any rate I never heardI of any wearer of a cholera belt whom uponeThe Light That Failed KIpling decides though he was dissatisfied with this One evening as he was sitting In his study reading by lamplight the light went suddenly down almoat tailed Intact 1 In a second Kipling jumped up Irg Pointing to the lamp ho said FailedLondot Standard The Man Flak Mathew Buchinger mentioned In old English wonder books as the man fish menrstroslty of 1ila time lIe bad neither hands arms feet nor legs From his shoulders grow two finlike excrescen ces and along his back there were sev eral rows of scales He had the lldless eyes 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