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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n t f + V + =y Z 4 ft THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS f r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT-r b VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 12 Pages NO 7r II IIIGROUP OF BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY PUPILS nawpplto The Howard School Near McDanielsr liSVIIS 7r Resolutions of Condolence dg Whereas it has pleased the Almighty rheGod to remove from us our beloved iibrother Norris Board therefore be it Resolved That while we submit to leathe will of divine providence we sincerely mourn the loss ot one taken = from ua and realize it is a still greater loss to those nearer and dearer to him That we the members of Breoken toridge Lodge No Ot Knights of Py thIns do most sincerely sympathizers with his loved family and that we also share with them In the blessed to hope of a glorious reunion in the land beyond the grave where peaoe and ayX forever reign that as an evidence of our grief at thirtyndays and that a copy of these resolu s ttona be sent to his family and to the cal Breqkenridge News for publication retalso that the same be spread upon the records of our lodge ed Chas May Sr tQ J M Fitch Corn John Burn J Harry HillsMas l U W Hamman ry HookGriffin t Hardinabnrg Ky Aug 29Spe ayc11The marriage of Miss Mattie t Book to Mr B W Griffin occurred Ir in Louisville on Wednesday August nt 23 The Rev StnbbleHeld of the M E church South performed the wedding ceremony in the presence o- ad Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman The el t bridal couple are hero for a few days in but will leave next week to visit rel ld atives at Meridian and Waynesb- ororebsa They will make their home a v Gnlfport Miss s t The bride is a daughter of the late 1JJ Mr and Mrs George Hook and a el siate of County Court Clerk W F jy Hook and bas a large number of adafriends The groom is n well C LJring and Gulfport promising young business Hudsonville Goes Dry Hardinaburg Ky Aug 29Spec- ial The local option election hel at Hndsonvlille Saturday resulted in a decided victory for the drys The vote stood 03 votes for the sale to 177 against a majority of 114 This was f a larger majority thin anybody ven tared to predict BreckenrIdge county la all dry now There is some talk of the election being contested but it is believed that a contestis not very probable t Buy Store at Patesvillek Michael Tierney of Victoria and iyhaa Gabbert ot Patesville have 1 bought the storehouse and general stock of Jas Lynch at Patesvillo for 2000 and will conduct the business at tho same stand They have morons ed the value ot tho stock by 1000 What are Humorsti They are vitiated or morbid fluids coursI I I log the veins and affecting the tissuesr They are commonly due to defective diges T tion but are sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves f- In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility How are they expelled fBy oods Sarsctparilla hasIJEferedII It Is the best medicine for all humors i F ryL WHILE UNDER HALLUCINATION Mrs Ella LaNeave Escapes In City Taken to Sanitarium aInwas the following Mrs Ella La Neave of lover portKy who Is one of the wealthiest women of Breckenridge county while being taken to Beechurst sanitarium to be treated for acute msanityescap ed this from her brother SjFrankDr F L Lightfoot at the Willard hotelliUrs La Neave took with her her tenyearold daughter Lucile Both mother and daughter attract attention because of their hair which is very red Mr English left his sister andher child at the breaKfast table and wen to a barber shop When he returned Dire LaNeave and her daughter were missing A maid informed him that rs LaNeave had hurriedly left the hotel with her child saying she was going to a store Mrs La Neavo was found in Kleins restaurant 510 Fourth avenue shortly after noon by her brother who had been searching tat city for her She offered no resistance I and was taken to Beechurst sanitar mm anfd other property at Franklin Tenn J and she is under the hallucination jthat some one at Nashville is endoav oring to get control of her possessions I agedtthirtyfive years Mrs La Neave has been an invali I for years and it is thought that thia has brought on t1ItJ unfortunate men ttal derangment with which she t- fflicted is She was brought hero last week from Franklin where she haubeen aeriouslly ill and then taken tto 1 Loaiavtllew1 Our SupplementII I senddo a fourpage supplement freely il lustrated and containing choice short 1 stories and well written articles onII important events of the day It will 1 boa regular teeters of the News fo J which there will be no extra ohargeII Special Feautures SEARCH FOR NORTH POLE I Peary Expedition GREATEST OF TRUSTSOpera Itions of the Giant Beef ombine FORTUNE AND PHILANTHROPY J Work of Mrs Clarence Mackaj Mining Millions Put to Good Uso NO ROYAL ROAD TO SUCUESS Advice of Hon Paul Morton RUSSIA AND JAPAN DEATH OF GREAT SCIENTIS- Father of Telephone Inventor CRUDE OIL AS A ROADMAKER COMPLETE SHORT STORY Tho Fnrlmed Overcoat THE GREAT PAN AMERIA MlleslJLongFRENZIED AOKICULTUREA Plant Breeders Phantasmagoria DAIRYING IN PORTO RICO WORK FOR FARMERSDoings of the Department Agriculture Ice Cream Supper at Tuckers There will be an ice cream supper at Tuckers schoolhouse Friday night September 8 A Trip to Tar Springs On the bright Hunny morning of August 27 a party of Oloverport and Louisville friends left for a visit to Tar Springs Among them were Mr Mrs Jno Ridge and son Master Jno Wilford Ruddell Miss Florence Mae Holsclaw of Louisville Messrs- U C Jones and A C Sheldon The happy hours were whiled awiy in touring the beautiful and spaciousI grounds and climbing the high anal mountainous cliffs that overlooked the which when viewed from the highest point seem hundreds ofI feet from where the many healthful giving waters dripped and flowedI from between the beautiful aged moss and fern coverts rooks After growing tired and weary off wandering over tho hills and rock I we wended our way bacK to the hill h neattthe oldI beech tree after which wo journeysI homeward- F M Bolsclaw Struck By Thrown Bottle Hardinsburg Ky Ang 29Spa- alaiMies Mamie McGe ry was severely cut in the head by a whisky Dott tie thrown by a drunken passenger on an excursion train on which she was returning from Louisville Saturday The man who threw the bottle is said to have been Jack Allen of Axtel He left the trian and was not arrested The man crazes by drink ran through the car in which Miss Mc Geary and her sister Miss Ottie Mc Geary were seated Miss Ottie Mot frodm bottle as iit passed by her and hit her sister Whole City Hears fir aphophone Cloverport people wore treated to a- nusual ni surprise Monday evening in the way of a graphophone conceit hich was beard practically all over the city The machine was the 100 Columbia graphophone which will be given away at the Masonic barbecue next Friday and which will be played on that day H was operated it the residence of U W Hamman in the extreme west end of the city Bud all plainlry heard by people in the East End shoat a mile distant even the words of songs being audible and string instruments being recognized Some Sales of Tobacco Davis Johnson of Garfield sold iin LouisvIlle last week three hogsheads of burley at 300 405 and 505 M T Chappel of ROsetta sold two hogsheads burley at 440 and 730 Elihn Meador of Hardinsbnrg sold 49TU 570 and 040 This in the best salp of dark tobacco that has been made on the breaks this season the average being newly 000 round Mr Dens HNtobacco was pat up in splendid order condition and nicely lhandled Card of Thanks Holt Ky Aug 28 1005 We wish to thank the Knights of Pythias lodge ate Cloverport and our friends and neighbors for many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy at too death of Norris Boars our beloved son and blotherThe Family a c n lAi NORRIS BOARD 21 FIREMAN IS CRUSHED TO DEATH ON HIS ENGINE IN PECULIAR MANNERs Norris Board fireman on freight train Sixtrtwofngine No 13 on the Henderson Route was caught betweeRthe under and the engine neat Irv ingt o Thursday afternoon d crushed about the hips and abdomen dyln forty minutes later He was twflntyone years old and a son of Mr and Mrs Walker Board of Holt The accident occnrred at the switch at J G Harris rock crasher about three wiles west of Irvington at 515 oclock The engine and sixteen cure part of them loaded were o the main track with live cars anead It was while making the coupling with these cars that Board received the injuries that caused his death home i s manner the engine and the cars name together with more than usuall force wrenching the tank loose from the trucks and hurling it against the engine and damaging one car to a standsing in the gangway between the tank and the engine and was caught be tweeu them when they came together Ho was extracted from the position in about two minutes his holy hor ribly crushed and lived over half an hour Tillman Pauley of this city the engineer remained In his seat and did not receive a scratch Severn daily papers have stated that Board was in the act of jumping and one that Panley called out to him to jump for his life but Pauley says that he is confident that Board had no idea whatever of jumping and that he himself had not the slightest thought of an accident of any stud occurring Want Y Al C A in Cloverport Henry E Rosevear of Louisville State Secretary of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associations has written W B Oelze the local Y M C A corresponding secretary to the effect that he is very anxious that an as sociatiou be organized in this city and that the state executive committee willI lend every cooperation pofsible to further the movement When the work of organizing is begun Mr Rose vear himself or a competent substitute will come bete and take charge of it It is believed that with the effort put lorth an association can beI organized here with at least 150 ut bers Organization was attempted last year and eightysix names were secured after a brief and only partial canvass The Y M C A man who was to push the work of organization resigned his position just at the time and as there was no one to put in his place the matter was dropped The organization ofa local association will be taken up and completed this fall by Mr Oelze and the State reo presentative of the Y M C A if feasible and it is believed that it is as towns smaller than Cloverport have associa lions and have their own buildings Teachers Have Good Mee1ingii Stephenpgort Ky Aug 29Sp orcialTho teachers district asaooia fariots here Saturday was one of tin u most Interesting sad profitable eve held hereII A crowded house of patrons and I teachers took an active part and abltdiscussed tho many things necessary for good sohoolsII Many visiting teachers were present 1 among whom were Prof Collins Prof Staten Prof uyttel and Owepj Kyler of Rome Ind C T Payne of McQuady Andrew Driskell of Horned 0 M Basham A B Cart and J W Jarrett J Board w s conscious until his death and knew and talked to those about him HP Knew that ho would die and asked that his mother at Holt be sent for but there was not time for hi to arrive bfeore the end name H remains were removed to the undertaker at Irvington and prepared for burial and then taken on No 43 the early evening train to the home ot his parents at Holt Some time was required to cle the track of the debris of the wreck and trains were delayed Board was a most promising and deserving young men and the ne of his sudden and distressing dea was a great shock He had been In the employ of the Henderson Route about a year twothirds ot the time holding the position of fireman Ho made his headquarters in this city where be was known and admired bt cause of his exemplary habits at macly character He was a trusted and valued employe of the Henderson 1 radBesides his parents who are well known people Board is survived by two sisters Misses Alice and Leigh Board of Holt and a brother Harry Board who is assistant ticket agent at Louisville for the Southern Railway companyThe accompanied by rela HonIt 1 on the morning train Friday and the funeral was held from the Baptistt t cherub at 11 oclock it being Boxed s request that he shoud be buried hero The service at the church was coni I ducted by Rev J T Lewis the pas I tor assisted by Rev P L King pas tor ot the Methodist church The local Knights ot Pythias lodge or which he had been a member since last March tOOK charge of the body at the close of the service and escortedI it to the city cemetery where the in I ferment took place and they held the closing service Among the beautiful floral designs oi Ltd1 been a member but a short time andI J the Knights of Pythias The pallbear ers were Tillman Paulev Julius I Stppel Lufe Behen Gee Younger Weaver Tatum ana Sam Berry The funeral was a very large one there being in attendance people fromI many points on tne Henderson Route t as well as several hundred citizens = To the Patrons of the Cloverpo l 1Public School Realizing the necessity of the sympathy and cooperation between teachers and patrons if the highest degree of efficiency la to be attained I the school ana feeling that a butt understanding can best be reached a conference between patrons xnd teachers we cordially and earnestly invite every patron end all others in teested in the betterment of oarHess school to be present at the opening of 8ri oclocK I earAfter the assignment of worK thof pupils will be dismissed and the tJ devoted to a discussion of plans making the school more effective Do not delegate this duty to your neighbors but come and bring your neighbors with yon Very few ot the patrons shrwed their interest in the school last year by visiting the school even for one 1 hour We are aware that you are busy men and women but surely the edui cation of your boys and girls merits mOle attention than any other interest that you may have If you owned a highlP bred colt and hired a man to sn1lioientlyIf iinterested in its development to Cat training quarters at least onto a theJ n thuate tatronce each month 1JMany Etho1twentyfivetime you were turning over a n leaf and there will be no better tic 0tonot expect you The Teachers Miss Della Wlnohell of Topinsport nas been visiting at Hhrdinsbnrg tTh I1t41 f REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative- L L Mitchell For County Judge 1 florris Eskridge I For County Clerk j W Sherman 8alllFor County Attorney Allen R Kincheloe For SheriffJDennie Sheeran For Superintendent SchoolsIAndrew Driskell For Jailer- r William J Halls For Surveyor R AI Basham For Assessor Henry Cannon HENRY COLE AN IRVINGTON NEGRO PICNICth I Henry Uole of Irvington was shot and killed by Tom Vaumeter of Ek ron at a negro picnic at Gaston Sat nrday Cole was twentytwo years of 1 anddnegroes was at large yesterday The shooting occurred at 8 ocloci Satniday right Cole was on theII dance floor at the time He was shot in the tnroat and lived until 0 oclock Sunday atternoon Whether Cole was an aggressor as well as Vanmeter and the affair was not altogether coldblooded has not been learned but it is known that they had had trouble between them One report is that Vanmeter shot Cole to seep him from shooting him Coles remains were taken to Irving ton and buried there Monday Cole was an employe of the work train on the Henderson Route His reputation is said not to have been an 1 envitable one Several months ago he was arrested here for carrying a eon cealed weapon and previous to that time he was in a shooting ncrapo at l Hawesville Colo married a dangnter of Si Har J din a Cloverport negro and has rosidjjed here in recent years Joe Sawyer Critically III i Joe Sawyer an engineer on the Henderson Route and a well known young man of this city is critically ill jilt Norton Infirmary Louisville as ne result ot an operation for ap pep Ditto which be underwent Mon day v morning He was doing aa well l yesterday as could bo expected and strong hopes were entertained tor his recovery yesterday it he should live through tho night and today He became ill last Friday and was taken to Louisville Sunday morning rtTo Quit lintel Business Stephensport Ky Aug 29Spe estciAhDie and Mrs R A Smith knownIfor the excellent hotel they have con nettyonyMr and Mrs Pike Conn will take charge of the honsn they are vacating In Mr Smiths retiring trom bus atephensport loses one of its most accommodating hotel men but gains 30mach in securing for its new managers Mr and Mrs lonn for whom Is predicted farEskridgeMuffett f MattiiiKly Ky Aug 29Jpe clubMiss Pearl Eskridge of Mat tingly and Joo Muffett of Seymour Ill were married Thursday at the i homo of the brides brother Alfred Hawkins Misses Lena and Mayme Hawkinsnieces of the bride were the attendants Rev G Richards offal ating Tne bride and grooix accom pealed by Wavey Hawkins of Clover port lett last Saturday for Seymour Ill whore they will reisde Perry urray Wedding allMiss Alhene Murray daughter of Gen D R Murray of Glendoane thisir b city for the Henderson Route will i VA married at 280 oclock this utter noon at the home of the brides father S Rev T C Kerr pastor of the church of this city Miss urray and Mr Ferry lire two of wellknowndw 1 young peoph They will reside In this ity s Webster to Have Evangelists Webster Ky Aug 29SpeJiaJ- A protracted meeting will begin here the evening of SoptcmberISto be conducted by evangelists otnoto I 1 3t 1i The Breckenridge News nc WEDNESDAY August 30 1005 BANNER YEAR FOR FARMERS Crops Largest In Countrys History And Prices Will be High A Chicago dispatch says in part tho following American farms will produce big ger and letter crops and return more millions in revenue to the farming in torests this your than ever before in the history of the country All kinds of crops wheat corn oats hay and smaller gialn and produce staples have progressed to tho stage where this prediction may be made with scarcer the slightest chance that the tiDal official figures will disprove ito correctness Railroad officials and statisticians of agricultural departments in the various states of tho graiu producing region givo their personal and official guarantee that the year 1005 is to be the banner year in farm prosperity If tnere is a dissenting voice anywhere it is drownea out by the clamor of optimism that comes from Illinois Iowa Kansas Nebraska the far Southwest the Pacific coast and the wonderful spring wheat crop of the NorthwestQuite as much to the point if not oven more in casting up the ledger of prosperity is the prospect that tho prices compared with the hugeness of the production will be higher than they have been since war times An estimate of total values of farm products based on present market quota tions would present an atray of fig ures that would be staggering Super latives are in order ill along the line to mako tho situation sufficiently im pressiveIf general survey be oxtrava gnat practically every shrewd railroad crop inspector ana every state statis tician will have been discredited There is a singular unanimity of Opinion among those calculators best qualified to speak of conditions and prospect Was in Poor Health for Years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa writes I was in poor health tor two yours guttering from kidney and bladder trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but WUH cured by Foleys Kidney Care and I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of re storing the health of others Refuse subetiutes Sold by A R fcishor Rev Vines to Assist Rev j Ih Vines of ChattHiioogn Tenn formerly pastor of the Baptist churches here and fit Glendeane will assist the pastor Rev D B Clapp in the annual series cf meetings which will begin on Sunday September 3 at the Gleiideatie Baptist church Subscribe for the NEW STOP WOMANI AND CONSIDER I TilE ALL- IMPORTANTI PACT That in address ing1 Mm link ihaUl you tire eon privateills a woman whose cxpiri noe with vonun e dUcnses covers a great yearsYou talk freely to a ivnmun when it is revolting to relate your private trou ble to a man Adoos IrJlffM IL n y women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse knowing full well that they ought to have immediate assistance but a natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them selves to the questions and probably examinations of even their family physician I t Is unnecessary Without money or price you can consult a wo man whose knowledge from actual ex perience is great Mrs PInkhams Standing Invitation Women suffering from any form of AJ female weakness are Invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Iiulcham at Lynn Mass All letters are received opened read mid answered by women onlyI A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs Iinlcham and time women of America which has never been broken Out ot the vast volume of ft experience which she has todraw from it is more than possible that she has ti gained the very knowledge that will help your case She asks nothing in return except your goodwill and her advice has relieved thousands Surely any woman rich or poor is very foolish If she does not take advantage of this generous offer of assistance- If you arc ill dont hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia B Piukhams Vegetable Compound atonce and write Mrs Pink ham Lynn Mass for special advice When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health so many women s you cannot well say without trying it I do not believe it will help mot a Y Juggling of Tobacco Statistics Very Beneficial to the Trusts AntiTrust Man Now in Bureau I Washington D U Aug 22Ad rnitting to all intents and purposes that tha American Tobacco Trust limis had the bettor view of the statistics on the production of tobacco Secretary Wilson today appointed Joseph Kille brew a special agent on tobacco to be attached to the Bureau of Statistics Killobrew is not a neutral He is a member of the Dark District Assocla tion the organization which has been fighting the Trust with every weapon on which it could lay its hands Kille brew was appointed first because he is an expert on tobacco and second because he represents the producers in their fight with the Trust His salary will be only 1000 but tho mere tact that they are to be represented in the department service will pleaso the tobacco growers Killobrew is from Clarksville Montgomery county Tenn His postoffice however IK Outline Todd county Ky For a year or more they have been charging that the statisticians who compiled the tobacco statistics for the Department of Agriculture have been biased in favor of the Trust The reports put out by them were of such a bearish nature that but a little more than a year ago certain grades of to bacco had fallen to half a cent a pound and a cent for certain other grades was princely wealth Since the organization ot the Dark Tobacco District Association tho fight made by the producers has forced the price of the lowest grades up to three and four cents the Trust has not been able to increase its prices accord ingly as it long ago put them to the highest notcn consumerswould pay Remarkable Mathematical Tricks In the last report made by the Bu reau of Statistics the work of the pro ducers association was knocked into a cocKed hat by the most remarkable mathematical tricks over performed either in or out of a Government office They have just conic to light and show that the making up of the Otton statistics was not the only peculiar trick performed in the Bureau HIGH PRICES FOR TOBACCO Growers Position Now Strong and Outlook For Them Bright All the country is interested in the tobacco situation the ou come of the boycott against the Farmers associ ation tobacco etc says the Giants vine Leaf Chronicle The managers of the association have taken great pains to ascertain the stocks in several markets the acreage etc Taking tne government s last or corrected report on acreage the acreage in the dark district is 81 pr cent of last years crop and last years cropthat now on the markets was only 08 per ct of an average crop which plan fS tho acreage of the present or growing urop at less than half of an average crop The stock of dark tobacco now in all the western markets including Clarks- ville Louisville Hopklnsville May- field and Paducah amount to 23000 hogsheads Seven thousand ho sheads buyerssandputting up prices to help the trust break up the farmers apsonation The balance of 15000 hogsheads are held by the farmers association and this is the cream of the 1104 crop The association during the past mouth bas sold 4000 hogsheads trench lugs grade leaf and short tobaccodark Bremen types Dark Bremen as class ed by types farmers should under stand is not the tine grades but really when sampled shows up as Bremen lugs which have neon selling on the open market at 525 to 5 50 while the association has sold the same graces one dollar higher from 625 toijn50 It will he observed that with these small stocks of Black Patch Tobacco on the home markets and foreign markets bare of these grades and only a half average crop growing the farmers all signing their crops for another year ready to agree to plant no tobacco next year the farmers association is now in a strong posi tion If theeo plans are carried out to bacco will bo worth somewhere in the neighborhood of 25 cents a pound next year Surely abstention and rest with a pocket full of moneyare bottter than a sore back empty stomach and tired fooling the year round HONESTY IN BASEBALL A drunken ball player gets into trouble n dishonest player pets out of the game for good Only loyal men and sober thrive in tho favorite sport of America Base ball is played under bettor control 1YIA t ofStatisticsWhen the associate atotiti clan came to make up the acreage report for Madison Washington and Simpson counties in Kentnokyhe secured the services of a woman clerk not employed in the Bureau of Stalls tics In tne course of her wore sho had occasion to multiply 117 by 102 She set down tho result as 179 8U4 giving it as the acreage figures for Mndison county In getting the acre age for Washington county it washer tusiness to multiply 115 ny 200 She gave 207245 as the product In Simpson county the figures to be multiplied were 2U8 by 100 which she sot down as 203100 Tne result was a tenfold increase in the acreage for the three counties Panic Among The Growers Wiion the report came out there was such a panic in the tobacco dis trict that prices fell until some one called attention to the fact that the report was ridiculous on the face of it that it would be ridiculous even if it were not a fact that the members of the association had decreased their acreage onefourtb from the year be fore When that was done prices rose again but in the meantime the Trust buyers had bought hundreds of thousands of pounds at low prices When Secretary Wilson Investigated the matter he came to the conclusion after seeing the figures for Simpson county that the clerk had simply snl down oae cipher too many That the ory would not hold in the case of the other counties because the sooallec products of the multiplications bore no sort of relation to the true products No Explanation Asked The clerk who made these mis takes is away on vacation and the Secretary has refused to recall her to toll bow it comes that she made a mistake in those three counties He said that had the error been made by a man dismissal would have been the outcome of the matter for him every year It is a demonstration of discipline no less than skill livery game is a test of tho self command of lusty young athletes who chafe naturally under the arbitrary rule of the umpire A sport of extreme uncertainty rich in surprises abounding in long chances which make good baseball is singularly free from the gambling curse It is little tainted by contact between players and gamesters of any kind There is never oven a suspicion that games are thrown Every contest on the diamond is a strug gle as straight as it is earnest It speaks well for the American people that their most popular outdoor amusement should be so clean A people ns corrupt ns pessimists often say Americans are would not make baseball as it is played in this country their foremost summer sport Clove land Leader oASYv O RT ABeam theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature YIof DEDICATION OF BLACK LICK CIIURCII Black Lick Baptist church three miles west of Glendeane near C G Robertsons will be dedicated on Sunday September 17 Subscribe for the News Not What the Lavryer Wanted Lawyers havo some queer experi ences said the Judge One of them was telling of a case heard before me A young roan had been arrested for larceny mid he sent for this lawyer The young fellow told the attorney that he was Innocent but that he had no friends in the city and no money Ills mother however was In fair cir cumstances and he knew that she would help him What he wanted the lawyer to do was to defend him and also send a telegrams to his mother tell ing of his fix and asking for aid The lawyer agreed to this and made such a good defense that the young man was acquitted He and the attorney went direct to the telegraph office to which the mes sage had been ordered sent and tpnnd- It The young man was so grateful to tho lawyer that he handed him the unopened envelope telling him that he must take all the money that his mother had telegraphed him The lawyer tore open tho yellow cover and his eyes were greeted with these words Put your trust In God I am praying for you MOTHER J FIRE DESTROYS TWO HOUSES EaSndTheIn Condition of Negro t7 Hall May Cause Big Fire The small dwelling and the black smith shop at the foot of First street were destroyed oy fire Friday after noon The dwelling was occupied by huitna Higdor colored who saved most of the contents Jacob May who occupied the blacksmith shop lost Ills bellows but saved moat of his tools The two buildings wore the property of Mrs Mary J Miller The lire caught in the dwelling trom a dofeo tlvo flue and burned for sometime be fore the heat set fire to tie shop which was close by There was no insurance on either building Mr May got the firo partly under control at its incipiency but ii blazed up again and got such head way that it was soon seen the prop erty could not be saved It is thought that J U Nolte Bras warehouse which is diagonally across the street and perhaps other buildings might have been burned if tho wind had not been blowing in the opposite direc tion Some years ago Mr Mays residence on the south side of Houston street was destroyed by fire and it is the second time his blaoksmithing busi ness has teen burned out The dwel ing has been on fire sevrenl times in recent years and has narrowly escap ed destruction Both buildings were in the direct path of the big fire ot March 18 1001 and among the tew structures that escaped The dwelling was formerly a storehouse and was one of the principal stores many years ago- Apropos of the fire Friday several business men have been heard to re mark that the condition of the two story frame building on water street owned by the United Brothers cf Friendship a colored organization is such as to be a menace to the safety of the whole eastend of town They have noticed that the outside chimneys are leaning to one side and in a very dan gerous condition and say that the build ing is very apt to catch fire at any time If a wind is blowing at the time they predict that the large tobacco factory on the loft will catch fire and start a blaze that may sweep the East Jind The city council would do well at its next meeting to order the U B F lodge to put their building in Drop cr condition How Yellow Fever is Spread Stage 1The mosquito Stegouiyia fasciata species with a natural crav ing for fever impregnated blood bites a yellow fever victim and absorbs one or more germs of the disease Stage 2Ior twelve days the yellow fever germ rests in the mosquito stomach undergoing a gradual process of multiplication and development Stage aAt the end of the twelfth day the germs migrate in slow proces sion from the stomach in the salivary glands and from there to the very tip of the mosquitos biting organ seeking an avenue of escape Stage JTbe mosquito thrusting its biting organ into the flesh ofa human at feeding time allows one or two yellow fever germs to escape into the human blood vessel from which the mosquito is drawing blood Stage sEach liberated yellowfever germ the moment it finds itself de posited in a human blood vessel be gins to exude a deadly toxin or poison It also goes through a process of devel opment and shortly becomes the parent of a colouy of minute yellowfever germs which migrate from blood ves sel to blood vessel until they are final ly distributed throughout the system Stage OThe offspring germs devel oping and becoming parent germs in their turn give off an ever inereaciug supply of the deadly toxin so that the human victim gradually succumbing to its baneful effects falls ill Stage 7Tile final stage The blood of the human victim becomes so impregnated with the y llowfever germs anti their exuded toxin that he develops a case of yellow fever in its most pronounced form If while in this condi tion he is bitten by a Stegomyia mosquito the mosquito will absorb sev eral of the yellowfever germs which will be ejected later into the blood of other human beingsNew York American Decrease in Birth Rate Washington D U Aug 25The tigIurcs tho cold shoulder toward Kentucky Tho decrease in the birth rate In Ken tucky since 1850 IB remarkable The proportion of children under five years of age to 1000 females of childbear ing nge10 to 49 in KontucKy at the various decimal periods was as fol lows 1850 740 1800 727 1870 050 1880 027 1800 548 WOO 534 It will be noticed that the decrease has been steady Gaines Dont Blame Wilson Washlngon Aug 25 Representa tive John Wesley Gaines is gunning for Mr Fessenden the assistant sta tistician of the Department of Agri culture under whom Secretary Wil son says the errors in the Juno tobac co report were made There may be good reasons why Mr Wilson retains Mr Fessenden in his department but I know of none said Mr Gaines to day Mr Gaines says he does not lay much blame whatever to Secretary Wilson whom he considers fair honest and courageous Does Not Want Old Position The New s has been informed that Capt Marion Ryan of the steamer Tell City does not want to be reinstated in his former position of captain of the Morning Star and that he has no intention of resigning his present posi tion and going south to accept a place with a southern packet companyas was published in the News last week The News heard the report that Capt Ryan intended going south if not put in charge of the Morning Star again and published it purely as a report The News has been further informed that Capt Ryan can get back on the Morn ing Star if he cares to but does not choose to do so The Morning Star will run regularly in the Louisville A Evansville trade until the shaft of the Tarascou is re paired which will be but a short time and then she will be laid up for repairs Capt Frederick toll who is in com mand of the Morning Star will take charge of the Tarascon as soon as she resumes her regular runs BUSINESS MEN TO TAKE HAND A meeting of the county officers of the American Society of Equity and the entertainment committee of the Business Mens association will hold a joint meeting during the next few days for the purpose or arranging for the entertainment of the delegates to the annual meeting of the National Tobacco Growers association which meets in Owensooro October 10Satunlays Owensboro Messenger in euro blood strengthens nerves tones tho Stomach perfect you want use LIQUOPEPSO Get a will do you moro medicine you can buy For silo nil druggists you find it your drug will o sent prepaid tho price JLOO bottle or G for 500 Address c l- Y ti C Killebrew Given Title Washington Aug 25Seer Wilson today fixed the salary oK Killebrew at a year and him the title Special Tobacco Ago of the Bureau Statistics His a p ointment takes effect August will report here to take the oath office and Mr Wilson will send Jij at onco into the dark tobacco diatri Kentucky to examine tobacco at gather statistics Secretary Wilson desired to give th appointment to J Killebrew rater of JP Killebrew The older Kill brew is favorably known to Mr Wi son a farmer and tobacco exper but the Secretary decided that ho too old Jar the hand Representative Gaines will hold at other conference with Secretary this afternoon Ho thinks it not likely that the Washington grand jar will investigate the tobacco leakage Peculiar Disappearance D Kunyan of Butlerville 0 lal d the peculiar disappearance ot ni painful symptoms of indigestion an biliousness to Dr King 3 Now Li Pills He says They are a perte remedy for dizziness sour stoma headache It Guara teed at Haynes drug si price 25- cAirship Sails Over New York A Roy Knabenshue motorecLhis air ship Toledo over Now York again o Wednesday For thirty three minute the airship sailed the blue and 1 that time it traversed a little mor than five miles From 1512 to 245 p m 2000000 persons throw thei heads and watched the airship mov across the celestial background seem ing at its greatest altitude 5000 feet no bigger a cigar Knabenshu started his Dig tent at Sixty second street and Central park west Then Barlem deserted its occupation and took a long lingering look at aerial traveler The daring navigato sailed aa far south as Twentythin street where 5000 feet high he cir cled east to Third avenue The Batterj could plainly see the Toledo then and the Battery dropped its pen and books and its yardsticK and swarmed out of doors Knabenshne sailed north and finally descended lightly and safely Central park to the point which he ascended oAIsTORT9Bears theThe Kind You Harc Always Bought Signature Y fof tiIWVol ftA ol THE EQUITABLE LIFE N SPLENDID SHOWING For First Six Months of Assets December 31 1904 413953020 74 Assets June 30 1905 421249272 79 Increase during last six months 7296252 05 Income first six months of 1904 36412327 38 Income first six months of 1905I 38799138 19 Increase in first six months of 1905 j 2386810 81 Policies issued first six months of 1904 65592 assuring 166129321 00 Policies issued first six months of 1905 a 61083 assuring 150706993 00 Assurance in force Dec 31 1904 564 594 policies assuring 1495542892 00 Assurance force Juno 30 1905 583 554 policies assuring 1526434739 00 Increase in assurance in force during the last six months 18960 policies assuring 31941847 00 HENRY J POWELL Manager Equitable Building Louisville Ky AA UQUOPEPSO THE MARVELOUS TONIC DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS A positive guaranteed for Indigestion Constipation Inactive Liver Dyspepsia Biliousness Loss of Appetite and a complete cure for all Stomach and Dowel troubles Is tho greatest mcdlclno known to modern times Is tho best because It effects a complete euro It makes now tho up to digestion If tho BOON of HEALTH bottlo today It good than any by leading If fan to at store it A you by express upon receipt of regular per bottles THE 20TH CENTURY KCAL COMPANY DROWNSVILLE TENNESSEE ni L 1000 of 23 of B ns post at Wilso ur J constipatlonefc Short bacE than from th man in very close from 1905 It It THE 201TI CENTURY LIVER PILL Is annptodato pill They make a clear bead and a sound liver It Is the only pUl that will give you satisfaction and perfect relief It will not gripe not mako you sick but reaches tho IJvorJust right They are thobest you can take and the best your money can buy One trial will convince you Price 25 cents per box of 80 pills Sent postpaid I upon receipt of tho price Get a box Ifyourdrufr gIst can not supply you send to us at once 4 f he Breckenridge News DNESDAY August 80 10W AS ONE OF MOST DESIRABLE Appointments In Conference Rev King Regards Cloverport The Central Methodist has published a letter from Rev P 4 King pastor of the Methodist church in regard to his three years pastorate here The body of the letter is as follows I nut closing out my third year on the Cloverport station Three pleasant and I t ust profitable years have been spent here We have here n splendid church house dedicated by Bishop Morrison during the first year All paid for Last spring the Sunday school purchased and Installed a new piano We have a good Epworth League with over fifty members A splendid Sundayschool with an enroll ment of 140 giving the third Sunday to missions and fifth Sunday to the Orphans Home jjWe are striving this year to pay ev thing iu lull and the prospects so fare very encouraging The people liave responded nobly in a public sub scription all of which we hope to col lect before conference c Jf it should not be deemed the thing by Bishop Smith to return me for the fourth year of this pastorate the man who succeeds me will find everything in good shape He will also find an ex ceptionally nice charge I regard Clov erport as one of the most desirable ap pointments in the conference There is room for growth and the way is open for some great work The people are loyal to the church and good to the preacher and his family I do not know what I should have done the past three years with a sick wife and three in fant children without the thoughtful kindness and Christian liberality of the good women of our church Their good ness in anticipating the needs of our little ones is unsurpassed in the ex perience of this preacher May the blessings ofa good God abide upon them My wife is now greatly iniprov in health and we are all well and hap py Summer Diarrhoea In Children During the hot weather of the sum mer months the first unnatural loose ness of a childs bowels should have i ediate attention so as to check disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a few doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M 0 Stockland Pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes We havo used Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders in children Sold by Short Haynes Obituary Harned Ky Aug 21 1903 On Friday Aug 11 1005 Ezra Ward Davis quietly passed away at his home one mile east of Harned after an illness of twentyseven days The cause of his death was typhoid fever He bore his suffering patiently Although he never uuited himself with any church he leaves behind him bright evidence of his future life Dur ing his last days he was frequently heard to say that he was not afraid to die that he was going to rest in Heaven One of his favorite texts was Bless edare the dead which die in the Lord from hence forth yea saith the Spirit- ht they may rest from their labor and ir works do follow them TfIe was a good neighbor a true Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor druggists one and cheerfulness soon disappear the kid neys are out of or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a to be born afflictedwith kid neys If the child urinates too if the the flesh or it when the child reaches an age It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not tb a as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by In fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have a sample by malll when order child weak often urine scalds when these habit effect bottle tree Also pamphlet tell Bom of srtmpRoot Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and jntlon this paper 7f3ont make any mlatako but remember the name SwampRoot Dr KUmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton N Y on erery bottle jI WINCHESTER NUBLiCK BLACK POWDER SHELLS The Nublack is a grand good shell good in construction good because it is primed with a quick and sure primer and good because carefully and accurately loaded with the best brands of powder and shot It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM citizen a dutiful husband anda kit l father Stricken down in the prime of his life his fortysecond year it seems hard to give him up However divine Providence in whose hands we nil are knoveth and doeth all things well He leaves behind a father three brothers a wife end two children and- a host of friends to mourn his loss A Friend WAY TO TREAT HAY FEVER No Stomach Dosing Just Breathe Hyomel Stops Sneezing and Smarting Short Haynes are recommending to their customers as a cure for hay fever Hyomei It Is claimed for this remedy that it stops the spasmodic paroxysms the sneezing the smarting and running- of the eyes and nose and other acute symptoms of this disease Many persons have been cured of hay fever by Hyomei and the discov erer of the remedy professes to be able to prevent both the occurrence of the annual attack and to stop time progress of tho disease even in the most chronic forms A Hnmlin ot Westford Mass writ s Hyomei cured me of hay tever in one weeKs time I consider It a duty to tell others wno suffer from this disease This endorsement is only one of hundreds that have been received by the proprietors of Hjomei and Short Haynes offer to refnnd the money if Hyomei does not do all that IS claimed for it It is tho strongest proof that can be given as to the confidence they have in Hyomeis power to cure hay fover The complete outfit costs but LOO while extra bottles can be procured for 50 cents To Build Hotel Next Year Iliincock Clarion The party of Hawesville people which spent last week at Tar Springs arrived home Friday nnd Saturday and nil re port a splendid trip Mr W T Halli day a wellknown capitalist of Chicago now has charge of this famous resort and we are told he has wonderfully improved the property and raised the efficiencyof the hotel service Before another season approaches we are re liably told Mr Halliday will erect a stone hotel of sixty rooms 35x100 feet and continue still further his policy of improvement Our people who return ed are delighted with their treatment and are congratulating themselves that there is a first class resort so near at home and all at a very reasonable price TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IHtOMO QUININE Tub lots All druggists refund the money It it falls to cure E W Groves signature Is on each box 5- cGarnishees Louisville Banks Mrs Annlo E Weatherford daughter of Ex County Judge A M Pulliam whose divorce suit against her hus band Philip E Weathorford was mentioned last weeks News as hav- Ing been filed in a Louisville court tiled attachments by garnishment against all tho banks trust and companies In Louisville to prevent the defendant from withdraw ing hie funds last week Mrs Weatherford brought suit for a legal separation from her husband on the ground of cruelty and nonsupport The plaintiff alleges in her suit that her husband has a revenue of 4000 a year She seeks alimony of 120 a month and on tiling her suit secured an order for his arrest on the allega tion that there was danger of his leaving the State Forty Counties with Same Names Officials who have mado a study of geographic names have made tt discov ery They find that forty counties in Indiana and Kentucky boar the same names which iis a very extraordinary proportion of duplications Those counties are Fulton Marshall Union Daviess Ohio Hancock Warren Allen Monroe Clinton Greene Wayne Marion Pnlaskl Whitley Knox Clay Perry tike Floyd Martin Johnson Lawrence Morgan Brown Madison Washington Ulark Montgomery Fayette Harrieon Scott Franklin Shelby Jefferson Henry Owen Carroll Grant and Boone Household Hints Developing the Neck The first movement consists in al lowing the head to drop gently upon the breast as far forward as it will without straining Next raise the head and throw it as fur back as poss ble Then forward aguineto until tho movement has been performed twenty times Next the head is turned as far to the side as possible the body reo maining motionless the head bent to ward the shoulder as low as it will reach without an actual strain of tin muscles and tendous This movement should bo practiced also twenty times tho neck first turned to the right and then to the left ten times on ouch side The same movement with the chin raised as high as possible re peated in the same fashion first to ward tho right then the left Do Your Own flassaglng If you cannot afford professional treatment uso your own bowl of hot water and a complexion brush or red rubber pnonge every night Rub the muscles of your taco with a rotary motion and if there aro any wrinkles use a skin food and rub the opposite direction from the creases Flushing of the face at meal times is a sign of indigestion eat slowly and keep to digestible food A cup of cocoa is better than ten but if you can only obtain th latter drink it weak Take as much outdoor exercise as possible A shiny appearance of tho skin may be diminished by a few drops of toilet vinegar in the rinsinc water For enlarged pores use complexion brash hot water and a good toilet soap Saving the Hands Protect tno hands by wearing rubber gloves when washing dishes and heavy leather ones when sweeping or dusting A little borax in the water tor washing tho hands and face will soften it and have a very pleasant effect upon the skin Try powdering your handd well be fore you assume your gloves and you will find that they will bo less apt to perspire Lemon juice is said to ro move tan from tho hands and mutton suet rubbed well into the hands heals and whitens them If the suet is hard warm it before applying A Pot Pourrl Gather one pecK of sweet scented rose leaves and spread on blotting paper in the sn Sprinkle them with a pint of salt Turn them each tay while they are drying If you eon obtain them add carnations sweet scented violets wall flowers lavender lemon verbena and indeed any sweet scented thing When all are dry put thorn in a jar and add one ounce each of clove nutmeg Tonka beans coriander seed and orris root Add a littlo bergamot Pour on this mixture an ounce of alcohol and a few drops of essence of rose and lavender Let the mixture rest in the jar one week during which time stir several times then put it In the rose jars Public is Aroused The public Is aroused to a knowl edge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 540 St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes For several mouths I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked i I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from uslesa doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and iu a short time was entirely cured Guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store price fiOc Lead Mine Near Narrows Narrows Ky ADR 2t1In a con versation hero a few days ego the chance mention of lead mines brought to light the fact that there is a deposit of very pure lead on Rough river near hereTho location ot the lead deposit well known to and frequently visited by the early settlers of this community nearly a century ago had boon all but forgotten when Eugeno Kirby a merchant here recalled the incident as he had heard it from his father many years ago Free Jack an old negro who had earned his freedom in some way r is said to have discovered the mine in the early part of the last century The negro ignorant of the extent of tho deposit concealed his find for sov eral years but finally led his white neighbors to the spot and foi many years the riflemen of the adjacent lulls got their lead supply from this sourc A The deposit was on tho river bank mind was exposed only at very low water The building of the mill drtm about seventy years ago at what is now Dundee kept tho water over the de posit so long that its very axistenci was almost forgotten The exact location of time ore is not known but it so recalled that it was near where large rocks project out Into the river and this occurs at only two noints one of which is home and the other one on W H Carters farm about a milo below here No definite steps have been taken toward locating the mine nor will there likely bo by local pee pie as time effort would involve the removal of tho mill dam at Dundee War against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white plague tnat claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar clues coughs and colds per tectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your hralth by taking some unKnown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleya Honey and Tar and insist upon having it Sold by A 11 Fisher- Autonlobia Tarry when chased ye may repent at seizure If possession be nine points of the law self possession is the tenth Such is tho passing auto a honka- grrrra whizza whiff a whirrr- A broken mirror is a sign of ap proaching misfortune espfcially if it tall in thy path As a man bless thou the name of Adam but as an autoist the name of Macadam Richard Butler Ulaenzer toIIn Lighter Veinin the Septem ber Century The salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem edy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all outs burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skIn diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by All Druggists To Return to California- Mr and Mrs Norman Whitehead of Tobinsport were io the city Thursday Mr Whitehead has sold his farm thereand after a short visit among relatives at Hawesville they will ro turn to California to live They came from California the first of this year Cannelton Telephone- Mr Whitehead is a brother of Ed Whitehead of tnis city Big Equity Picnic A recordbreaking crowd Iis expected at the big Equity barbecue at Hawes ville todayPrepnrations have been made to give 3000 people a free dinner The Hancock county union of the American Society of Equity is solidly behind the venture A Touching Story is the saving from death of the I baby girl of ileo A Eyler Cumberland Md He writtsII At tho age of 11 months our little girl was in declin ing health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when wo resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and euro a cough or cold At Short Haynes drug store fiOc and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free LAHANT Too lato for last week Miss Maggie Stallman has just fa covered from a serious illness Mrs Eugene Beavm went to Steph enaport Tuesday to ship a lot of pro duceDudley Ammons who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is slowly im provingThe school at Rcberts Bottom has bequn with a very good attendance L B Hall teacher Many of our neighbors are speaking of attending the Masonio barbecue at Cloverport September 1 Miss Lvln Mattingly of Hardins burg who IS visiting at Warren Fords will return to her home Saturday We have been notified that A M McClure ia now cloning ont his store at Onion Star where ho has done bUS- Iness tor the past year CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Si Bears the- signature of j ff l d 1 HaLLsJ Perhaps you like your gray hair then keep it not J then always restores color to hair It 4n0Mgray iuu 4 + as a sort of between you and the I the break in the journey where you may unspan so speak pull off your coat climb the mountains whip the j trout streams or if preferable do a little plain loafing t When two so great attractions one artificial the other natural lie thus in the same direction its a mistake to let pass the opportunity see thorn especially if it be remem bered that one fare covers both u Full GEOI1 PA Little Rock Cincinnati HERE TO TIIEUE Meteor through to Fort Worth 1 St Louis 821 daily Observation i Harvey further write General Agent Frisco System St Louis I LURe ij SICILIAN flairRenewerrPerhaps mfllinwer coPJUulooe pL CONSIDER COLORADO PORTLAND FAIRI- t tol requestII TWINThe dailyTRAINS 1HoustonTOleaves CarsITEXASFred MealsiLlOIL information MoiPassenger MOFFETTS flay Jtgo Bowels POVDERSosts C J M D St Louis Mo other Hesitate longer but save the health life ot your child as have done by giving these powdcis TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over comes the effects of the summers heat upon teething children I oo Bowling Business Collego BOWLING GREEN KY National offcoTelegraphyr Sustalns Teachers Scientificf Classic Law Commercial and Stud- yCatalogues I and Journals Free ORAUUA1ES SECUR POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address H CHERRY President Green I Extremely Low Rates ANNOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from Louisville for the following special occasions S 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return August 11 12 and it account Fraternal Order of Eagles S 2300 Denver Colorado Springs an1 Pueblo Col and return August 211 to Sept 2 insclusive account National Kncauipmeut Graud Army of the Republic S 1585 Athens Ga and return July 18 and 113 account Athens Summer School- S 665 Chattanooga Tnnu and return Sept 10 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Ann ver sary Battle of Chickamauga 50 Portland Ore awl daily up to and including Sept 30 ac count LP wisatid Clark Centennial Exposition- S 7250 Portland Ore and going or returning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during July August and Sept account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition- S 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and August ft to 11 inclusive 72 50 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return frequent dates during July August and Chmp Homeseekers tickets round- trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma Texas North Caro lina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4 and 18 Aug 1 and 13 Sept 5 and 10 Corre spondinFly low rates front outer Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky II IIUNGERFORD 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G R ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo W II TAYLOE G P A Washington D C OneMinute CoughCure For Cold and Croup i t typr cItaI6Ll y I 1ts iJl Ua 1 VEGETABLE a hoLlfwayhouse is to information on lEE G P A II I McGUIRE D Ark O JIJ coon p m I I C i J Cures Cholera Infantum l Diarrhoea Dysentery and IheJJ Bowel Troubles of Children of 1 Aids Digestion Regulates the Strength ens the Child and MAKESII TEETHING to MOFFETT 1 no and thousands H 61 return return September Cough Southern Normal School Green and School Bowling KyIw LOW SETTLERS RATEST- O POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana unit Texas at rate of oneII hire plus 2 Stopovers 1110wodIon the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leaveSt Louis morning and eveningImaking connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars I and parlor cafe carsJWrite in for literature describ ing tho cheay lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps timetable etc and informant about rates I LO5CHAEFERTPACotton O TELEPHONESAND v SWITCHBOARDS I ALSO Large Stock of Eleo trio Light StreetmRailway and Tele phone Supplies Con stantly on hand SEND FOR c T JAS CATALOGUEJJ313 W Main St t pt i t I Ithiyy ir THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 Murk Twain has the gout There is no joke about it says Mark The world now consumes twelve million bales of American cotton a year The paramount issue in Nebraska this year is taking care of the crops Hoot Shew Taft and Fairbanks one of these will be our next president There is one thing that does not trouble this town and that is an automobile It is estimated that New York City is taking in 1000000 ft day from her visitors TIlE wheat crop of Minnesota North and South Dakota is esti mated at 200000000 bushels Many of the large cities in the south are suffering from ft sugar famine caused by the quarantine of New Orleans Mr Jesse L Clarkson of Big Spring is preparing ground for 300 acres of wheat The wheat acreage this fall promises to bo the larg est ever planted in the county The spring wheat yield per acre is larger than in ten years says a St Paul dispatch Thresher returns from the worst rustinfected districts show sixteen to twentysix bushels Science has at last discovered that early rising is unhealthy says an exchange This iit a point in science that we are remindedof every morningand early too Tins is the first dry spell we have had this year and it is tell ingon the corn crop It is hot and dry out in Kansas and that States corn crop will be reduced thirty per cent or 40000000 bushels Mrs Carnegies solicitude for the material comfort of her hus band is great With her own hands it is claimed she cooks his morning dish of oatmeal and has it ready by 7 oclock so he can get to his business by 730 The following notice was observed pasted on an engine dispatch ors office at the roundhouse not ours of course Trainmen on passenger trains must not go through the coaches with overalls on without first taking them off Plain jewelry is a thing of the past Every piece is colored Stones of every color are being used for collarettes necklaces hat pins scarf pins bracelets veil pins combs and watch fobs This years trinkets are the prettiest that have ever been offered to the jewelrybuying public If peace shall be the outcome of the Portsmouth conference the credit will belong to President Roosevelt more than to the conferees or their principals Me set the movement under way He is keeping it from failure speedy and final And he voices the sentiments of the civilized world Me speaks for humanity Tim citizens of Hudson precinct in this county ought to feel proudof themselves By voting whiskey out of their community they have done the best thing they could do for themselves and the rising generation People always feel better for having done the right thingr congratulate the good citizens of this precinct on their splendidvictory THIS will be a great week for Cloverport The Doming of the Baptists from allover the county to meet in their annual Association the Masons barbecue and the quarterly meeting of the Methodists are events of more than passing notice Cloverport will welcome one andall of them in a hearty good manner We are glad to have them andmay they have a royal good time one and all Drop in and see the NEWS and let the editor take you by the hand and show you w here the best paper in the state is printed and how it is done i IF you want to know anything about Mr L L Mitchell candi date for Representative on the Republican ticket just ask his neigh bors both Democrats and Republicans They will tell you that there is no better neighbor no better citizen anywhere in the county And this is the way to find out the standing of any man If he stands well at home if he deals fairly and honestly with his home people you can depend on him doing the right thing by all his peo ple when called to serve them in a public capacity His character for honesty fairdealing and upright living is not questioned by those who live by him and have dealings with him TRADE AMD IMMIGRATION It cannot escape public attention nor pass unnoticed by the politicians that the TransMississippi Congress at Portland and the Re ciprocity Conference at Chicago arc taking up some very potent and very practical public and political questions Out of these questions will issue the politics of the immediate future Commerce and immigration are brought to the front pushed up by the thought of the people While the Governors of Oregon and Washington in addressing the Portland Congress saw only one frac tion of the immigration question Governor Pardee of California brought it all into focus and took the only tenable ground by in l sisting that all nations have cquali migration Any other policy is n of a great country but it is injurii It is interesting that the old issu mental have entirely passed aw periodof economic politics In tl national foul go to perdition No how shall it be clothed and whero decry this as commercialism and tl thou a man diligent in his business he shall not stand before mean mo age Every ago has been commer intend to take an active part in pu economic conditions that have bro landand Chicano We are not going to have anj tics All that is buried with the 11 Mississippi compromise the Wilii cision We have now the politics ofshirtsSan Francisco Call NasalFcrs CATARRHElys cleaneeeeootheeandhealethe oC It curt catarrh and drives ea aawayquickly Cream Balm IB placed Into the noetrilseprcada over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief ii Im mediate and i euro follows It IB not drying docs not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents atDrug glets or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS f60 Warren Street New York GARFIELD Joel Pile of Hardinsburg was here Friday Abe Compton is here from India uopolisBorn to the wife of Totmnie Dowell Aug 25 a boy Miss Mary Candy Is visiting her fath er near Bewleyville- Mr unit Mrs Odic Penick have moved to Hardinsburg Miss Pearl Skeggs of Missouri is visiting relatives here Chintz Royalty of Hardinsburg was here Thursday on business Miss Lillie Anderson of Hardins burg is visiting friends here Misses Lina and Katie Stith of Hardinsburg are visitors at the Penick homesteadRev of Hardinsburg is con ducting a meeting at Hickory Grove near here Clive Bruner after a short visit here to his parents has returned to his home at Mnttoon Ill William Scott who has been in poor health for several mouths is now con fined to his bed II C Truman of Fordsville is spending a few weeks here with rela tives and friends Miss May Woods of Irvington is here to see her sister Etta who is in very poor health Mrs 11 Board and daughter Miss Nancy were guests at Tom Gregorys Sunday Elish Simmons wife nnd children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B Crist at Long Grove Hawkins and Virgil Smith who bought thirtyf western horseshave disposed of nearly oi nTthem Mr and Mrs Earl Mattingly attend ed the birthday celebration of her father Tom Tripplett Friday Mrs J W Meadow and children of Custer were here Saturday enroute to Louisville to visit her parents there The ice cream supper given here Saturday night for the benefit of the A O U W Lodge was quite a success socially anll financially Parties having visitors or any news of interest will confer a favor on the correspondent by making a note of it and leaving at E C Harneds store addressed News Correspondent ADDITIONAL LOCAL BRIEFS A copy of the August number of the American Tailor and Untter a New York journal received here recently is of much interest to the friends of Wilburn Hamman as it contains a tine picture of him in a baseball suit and devotes six pages to an account of a game at Brooklyn in which he took part highly complimenting nis work as ono of the pitchers The game was between the Standard and Madison classes of the Mitchell School of Cutting at New York of which ho is a pupil TheMasons are making preparations for their fonrthannual barbecue on next Friday at which they are expeot ing a recordbreaking attendance if tho weather is favorable Tho hoar the various events will take place have not been published but they will be announced on the grounds The capture of Billy thA Scout is expected to prove one of the most inter eating and entertaining attractions Thos Brown is able to be out on the street after a protracted illness The half holiday attho Henderson Route shops which has been in effect ty of treatment in respect to im ot only too narrow for tho dignity us to our commerce 53 in politics which were senti lY and we are now entering thee past we were alarmed lest the w wo arc solicitous aboht tho body vial shall it bo fed It is useless to xis as a commercial age Seest ho shall stand before kings and n was Uttered in a commercial jial The student of politics who jlic affairs must inquire into the ight men into conference in Port more race issue or sectional poli solutions of 1798 and 1799 the ot proviso and the Dred Scott de Qf three meals a day and a change during part of the summAr was discon tinued last Saturday A pound party was enjoyed by mem ers of the Epworth League at the home of Mr and Mra J S Younger Monday evening It was tho third delightful social given by the League TT The condition of Miss Pearl Gregory of Frankfort who has been ser iously ill for several days at the home of her cousin Miss Maude PoJk whom sno has been visiting was much improved yesterday Her mother ar rived Sunday trcni Frankfort to be at her bedside Steal Bible Before Congregation The protracted meeting conducted last week in a grove on Henry Carmans farm near Hickory Grove Methodist church by Rev W H Calvert of the Ha dinsburg M E church was disturbed Thursday night in a most unusu al manner During the altar service two men who were drunk stepped up to the altar which waQ at the foot of a large tree removed the Bible froth the standon which it was resting one of them placing it under his coat and walked out to the edge oi the congrega tion where they fired several pistol shots They carried the Bible away and left it in a field near Custer It was returned Sunday morning The men whom some believe they know have since left that part of the countySunday there was u baptising at Lost Run creek one by immersion and four by fusion of persons converted dur ing the meeting No List of Winners Yet Detroit Mich Aug24 1005 Mr John D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear SirWe have yours of the 22nd and in reply will say that we cannot furnish you with a list of winners in the Treasury Contest until litigation is concluded which we expect will be some time in September Yours Truly Press Publishing Assn REPUBLICAN NOMINEE MORRIS ESkRIDGE Candidate for County JudgeB- RECICENIIIDOE COUNTY Your vote and Influence solicited and will bo appreciated Miss Mary Wirgman Married Miss Mary Wirgman and Peter BZa noue of Louisville were married in that city Monday MissWirgman is well known here as she has been a popular visitor to Mrs Fred Fraize on a number of occasions Mr Zanone is a promis iug young construction engineer and electrician Takes Charge of Church Sept 9 Irvington KyAug 20Special Rev Paul Bagby the new pastor of the Baptist church will take charge of the worx hero on September 9 Police Judge at TwentyFour Hardinsburg Ky Aug 20Spe- cialMorris Jolly has been appointed police judge of Irvington by Gov ernor Beckham He came here Monday and qualified before the county dent Mr Jolly IB only twentyfonr years of age and perhaps the youngest judge in the State Democrats Have Meeting Hardinsburg Ky Ang 20Spec- ful The Democratic County Com mittee was in session here Monday A number ot the Democratic candidates were present anti tho election was discussed in all its phases Allen Powers Dead PatesvIlleKy Aug 29l3pecial Allen Powers ot near this place died Tuesday of a complication of diseases Dr llardaway at Brandenbur- gDr M Hardaway of Bewleyville will be at Brandenburg the week of September 4 to do all kinds of dentistry Fine Hogs For Sale I have three males and two fern of the finest Daroo Jersey bloodu AmerLoa April pigs which I will for X10 each if sold soon less than o half their value 00 Murray Cloy erport Ky Card of Thanks We desire to thank the friends an neighbors for their kindness shown u in our recent bereavement Ulrich Farber and children 7 Pm DONT MISS TilE BIG SHOW y TiTRIST1 ATE FAIR Evansville Ind Sept II to 15 8 IT IS ALL TilE TIME Ift 35 to 20 RunsTrots and ft Paces Largest exhibit of I k Live stock in the FaVra his fij tory Varied and elegant dis S 6t play in all the halls New 20th Century Limited 4fc K 1 mile track Ferris wheel p wonderfulmidget 18t inches vaudeviHeW1 1of t the amphitheatre every m afternoon free The largo e IIm and most complete fair tbra side of the capitol Excursion rates on all railroads Cloverport train will be Held iir j1 dailymI py program con Ii tain speedy and specific cures m for nervous prostration gen oral debility and all derange ments of the mind and heart d is coldand W indifferent bring him to the Evansville fair we willwarm Im him up and send him home m full of undying devotion ADMISSION 25 CENTS t R L AKIN Secretary I g Flour and Produce Barrels I m II have opened a Cooper shop at West Point cill Ky and am prepared to furnish barrels in quantities Send me your orders I I i FI H I KAYEWEST POINT M Hamman Son CLOVERPORT KY Funeral Directors and Embalmers DEALERS IN Furniture Wheeler Wilson White and Standard Sewing Machines Eastman Kodaks Columbia Graphophones Edison Phonographst and Records Wesold the 100 Columbia that will be given away at the Masons Barbecue at Cloverport Friday September 1 1905 and will r be therewith over 100 Columbia and Edison Records The machine Will run all day I i We will give away 3000 catalogs of Kodaks Graphophones and Phonographs Get onethey will befree New machine now on exhibition at our store Open air concert Tuesday at 8 p me front of our store L SUPPLEMENT TO 0 ir THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWScALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTa- n t- U VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 8 Pages NO 7 a ten FORTUNE AND PHILANTHROPY L I MRS CLARENCE MACKAY A3 IDEAL SCHOOL TRUSTEE F SoclctyTakcsCivic Affairs of the Town o- I Roslyn N Y f I believe It Is better for people of the wealthy doss to help Improve the public schools than to spend their money on yachts or parks or private V schoolsThis little declaration made by Mrs Clarence Muckny at the first meeting held by the school board of Uoslyn L S I since her election as a member C Momewlmt contradicts the timeworn t criticism that American Would ofr V wpalth live only useless lidle lives more like orchids In a conservatory e tuna human beings created to labor Mrs Mackay worked very hard to be elected ti trustee of the Uoslyn public schools quite as Ihard us John F Hem pen the livery stably man who ran on in the same ticket and secured Just one vote less tian she didl It is doubtful however If Mr Remsen put onehalf p the ent slnm Into the campaign or at entered it wlti the same impulse s Roslyn L 1 is n quaint little village n of people possessing but n very very modest share of wordly goods but IsI e surrounded by great country estates bet t bigd10seres recalling the storied domains of muhillafter the English fashion for week i10cUll house parties fond Christmas fes tivities Harbor Hill Is among the most beautiful of these picturesque places mill the big colonial house unlike its giddy Frenchchateau neighbors is not often left In emptiness for Mrs Mackay for the sake of her small daughters Kath trine and Blnuca has jnade it her per manent louse going to New York only In the xlwuJ of winter While driving through Hoslyn one day lust winter she saw the school children standing out In the cold windy yard eating their lunch Her very natural sympathy developed into the determination to do something to ward making that miserable Mulch hour more comfortable for them In vestigation brought out other deficien cies Jn the public school of ltoslyn mind the childrens champion toot up the work of Improvement with energy and practical common sense Her method of going to work sus pretty as well as effective Su ISgan her campaign through the chll is themselves gath ering them Into Harbor Hill for winter frolics nod summer lawn parties get ting acquainted with each little mite playing with them talking to them and rending them home warm and tired after nil tho fun but still with useful new ambitious in their little souls The kiddles finding In her a congenial spirit feeling that she liked being with them i had a nice little warm spot in l her heart for each one of them and was not simply n grownup giving a lot of poor children a treat fell in love with her Through them she won the friendship of tho fathers and mothers mud when she launched her scheme for an 8000 bond Issue the money to be used in school Improvements a majority of the cltiKens voted for It even though it raised taxes from 82 cents to 125 A year Of course the Increase tel more JieoyHy upon the poorer tax payers pt the village than on their wealthy neighbors 5 hut as tho originator of the plan said It Is the former who are most directly Interested in tile 1 quality of the public schools their l children actually receiving the cash value of every dollar ttat Is paid school taxes I Since her election to the board of trustees she has begun to enfold her plans for improvements that will add to the physical comfort of the children i In fact the very first suggestion she made in board meeting was taut the room used for such meetings be turned over to the children on bad days so that they need not eat their lunch out employf ment of teachers of manual training and live languages such as German and Italian In order that later on the children may not find themselves strangers to either their hands or the language of their neighbors Permis sion has been granted her to make some provision for the comfort of the teachers without cost to the community To raise money for further Improve ments Mrs Mackay gave a bazaar Stories of the architectural beauty of the house and of the wonderful ef fects obtained in landscape gardening had aroused public curiosity mid five thousand tickets were sold Mrs Mac kay racked her bruin for new Ideas and impressed the prettiest of her women friends into service behind the booths They made several thousand dollars front one oclock to seven of a single afternoon Then Mr Mackay gave the hospital a 0000bulldlng to be used as n Louie and training school for nurses and his wife provided an ambulance A small Ore in the village demon strated the inclliclency of the fire de iart lent and Mrs Mackay promptly gave n fully equipped engine It might be said with some show of truth that she has adopted Uoslyn and watches over it front harbor Hill very much as the English Lady of the Manor watches over and works for her tenantry She is herself of English ancestry being n direct descendant of Lord Sterling through his daughter the famous Lady Kitty Duer of revo lutionary days from whom she Is named As Kitty Duel she made n brilliant debutant hut time Duers aro not very wealthy as money Is counted nowadays and it was not until she married Mr Clarence II Mackay that she had full opportunity to gratify her tastes and test her talents The mention of the nanie Mackay anywhere in the West brings back tut dizzy days of the early fifties when the Big Four Mackay Pulp Foal mill OBriendug a hundred and fifty million out of the Pig Bonanza on the Comstock Since then the Mackay money hits gone into telegraph proper ties and developed the first Pacific cable The present manager of nil that big California fortune Is Just past thirty He Is n quiet man devoted to his home his babies and hIs business an enthusiast In outofdoor sports and a lover of music To his home are Invited the people whom It is really interesting to meet for Mrs Mackay one of the very few women In New York who know their own position such as to set the seal of good form on any action gathers In matt from the artistic and Intellectual fields whose achievement Is their only claim to social recognition She her self has published n drama Gabrl cUe and a novel The Stone of Destiny Every free minute not given to her little girls and they get Wore of her time than Is usual with the cbll dren of fashionable mothersIs spent in writing One of her prettiest acts is tho restoration of a library given to the village of Roslyn by William Cu- llIen Bryant whose homo was at Hemp stead Long Island Some doubt has been expressed as to the ultimate success of Mrs Mackays course In Uoslyn It being claimed that so close a supervision over the welfare of a community exercised by one very wealthy womiii Is out of harmony with republican ethics But If as Mrs Mac lImy Intends the occupants of Harbor lUll are to help nnu not try to domi nate Roslyn the result may be some thing worthy of emulation i NO ROYAL ROAD TO SUCCESSES MORTON THINK INTEGRITY THE FOUNDATION OF ADVANCEMENT Constancy of Purpose and Tireless Energy Essential In These Day of Fierce Competition lion Paul Morton former Secretary of the Navy and now reorganizing the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of Now York recently made the statement that the efforts put forth In the early years of an Individuals life are Il sure Indicator of whether his life will bo a success or a failure I do not see that there Is any dif ferenco he said even any shade of difference between success in railroads and success elsewhere It all depends upon the Individual Tha should be driven into the minds of ul young men There Is no easy way tc anything worth having Application brains common sense and character these are the essentials everywhere In the railroad or in any other bus Jness the special talents necessary foi worthy achievement are first In tIlt and common sense Integrity ol course Is a fundamental virtueunQs- econd 1 concentration and Industry In order to succeed at anything ono must really like his work A man who serves an enterprise or institu tion simply that he may earn bill livelihood or who works by the clock waiting for the bell to ring or the whistle to blow and has not an Intense interest In time task be is doing will pot succeed Competition at the top Is less than It Is at the bottom It is the first years that count although there can be no suspension of energy and purpose by nay man In these days of fierce com petition no matter how high he gets THE SUNS CORONA Brilliant Display of Crimson and Sil ver flanges Seen at Eclipse of Sun Items appearing from time to time describing the wonderful beauty of the suits corona and the hazardous expeditions of astronomers over the deserts sands in order to make observations and photpgraphsf of this Mhfiiomena lend interest to the question of Us composition and cause At the moment when the suns discis obscured In a total eclipse enormous brilliant red flames sometimes curt lug over toward the sun timid somo times floating like clouds at heights up to 10000 miles above this surface appear over time region of sunspots where the suns eruptive activity Is greatest Great silvery streamers are also seen about the same region often extending to a distance of several The Suns Corona Showing Streamers times the guns radius These are what is known as the prominences and I the corona It Is the theory that the sun projects vapor into space which when condensing into large drops falls back to the sun giving rise to the curved prominences while if of small size the drops are driven off again into the atmosphere showing the streamers of the corona However with all the knowledge of the astron omers tbo exact composition of the corona is a matter of conjecture someI believing that the particles of con densation are not alone moisture Iut a continuous mass of gas held up by Its own elasticity A wellknown professor of astronomy when asked the question of what is the corona com posed frankly stated I do not know what to make of the corona It is believed however that the recent observations of the eclipse and the corona will solve this question American Girls Abroad asMenWomen The Contemporary Review of ton don severely arraigns tho American women who have married into the British aristocracy Of over seventy women who bear titles more than half have no children At this time only one peeress born in the United States has a largo family Tho reason for this the Review says lies In the fact that so many American women con sider that the ordinary lot of their sex Is not enough for them They fancy they are made to be something more than mere women They become menwomen They submit to no restraints They pit themselves against men on every ground Intellectual as well as social both In business and in sport They lose the tender delicate qualities of their own sex and of course they tall utterly to reap any thiug but disappointment and ridi cule from their efforts to acquire those of tho other Jf h r RUSSIA AND JAPAN Fundamental Bases on Which Two Empires Rest Radically Different anything concerning the two gront empires now occupying tile worlds stage Is of general Interest Late reports front American consuls show some figures relating to nationalities ethnographic distribution illiteracy lreligion etc The total population or the Russian Empire Is 125010000 the Russians leading with SlOOOOOO Poles following with nearly loouoooo Jews next with 5000000 the remainder be lug made of forty or more great tribes of which eight exceed a mil lion each In number many of whom live not unlike American Indians I Russian Hallway Station Devotions Ignorance Is universal Of theII Russians only about J0 per cent of the males and less than 10 per cent of time females can read and write It Is doubtful If the people outside of the large cities know anything of the ex istence of tIll war with Japan certainly no details lit army IIs recruited under the conscript systems and privates go to war or to fortress guard duty as uninformed about flit movements or destination as cattle to time slaughter pen The number of adherents to tilt principal religious denominations Is as follows Orthodox S7000OitO old faith and dlsscjitors from orthodoxy 2000000 Roman Catholics 11000000 Jews 5000000 Protestants II KIMHI Armenian Grogorlans 1000000 Mo hammedans 13000000 Russians Lacking in Religious Understanding I I IThe Russians are on the surface an I exceedingly religious people They continually Interrupt their dally occu pations for a prayer a rlgn of the truss or with a bow or genuflexion before every village or city church and every roadside Ikon In the railway stations there file little altars before which passengers bend in reverence upon setting out on a Journey In suite however of apparent devotion tho Russian is lacking in religious sentiment Christianity has not yet penetrated the stolid peasant masses Whilst accepting till ceremonies of Byzantium the Russian people have learned little of the ethical teachings of Christianity External devotion does not necessarily suppose real re ligious sentiment and Russian au thors do not hesitate to deny that r there is any great underlying character or tone to the people They bow to authority ns a timid child does to a stern patent Many of the Russian priests are IgnorantI men but sulll cleutly trained to go through the forms of repeating the service and perform lug other church duties The Russian population Is made up of the various classes In about the following proportions Peasant 00 000000 Burghers 13500000 HerediI tary Noblemen 1200000 Personal Noblemen and Olllclals WOOOO Ecclesiastics 5SSOOO Hereditary and Personal Honorary Citizens 312000 Merchants 281000 and Foreigners 503500 Those figures are five or six yeas old as the Russian authorities are loth to give out Information I Great Density of Japanese Population The population of Japan according to tIll census of 1003 was nearly 48000000 and by adding that of Formosa with nearly 3000000 the Japanese Empire contains over 50000 000 people The density of population ranges from 200 to 1000 persons to the square mile the Klnal district which Includes the cities of lobe maid Osaka with nearly 1100 to the square tulle being the most densely populated During the census period of ten years ending with 1003 the average annual Increase of population In Japan was nearly 500000 The need of I Korea on the mainland for this overflow j Is apparent The present empire j consists of four largo islands nod soy I Oral thousand smaller ones The Japanese style their country Nippon Thirty Million Farmers Of the population of Japan over 30000000 are farmers This Is noth lug short of wonderful when It Is considered I that the major portion of theI Empire Is mountainous anti unpro ductive and the Immense population is supported from tiny farms covering a cultivatable area of only 10000 square miles a tract of laud less than one half the area of Ohio supplemented byI levying contributions on the sea along the extensive coast line No other nation hi the world has reduced agrl nilturo to such a flume practical sclenco and In the opinion of Eastern writers the wonderful spirit of devo tion to country which hits been mani fested by the Japanese soldiery Is due to the spirit of patriotism broil on time home acres of the population Rooted to the soil would be the expresson to describe the condition of the major portion of Japans popula tion i iIoli 1 A SEARCH FOR NORTH POLE COMMANDER PEARY TRAVEL IN INTO FROZEN NORTI OX ANOTHER EXPEDITION The Most Notable of the Many At tempts to Effect This Discovery Prof Andrees Balloon Trip Ku called The departure of Commander It H loamy on the sloop Roosevelt lust July for an exploration of the Arctic region In an endeavor to roach the North Pole adds another effort to the friendly rivalry among nations in tlioir en deavors to further the cause of goo graphical dlsiovury with time view of advancing their respective thugs over tthe threshold of till explored region limit the Interesting maid mysterious un known The fnltfd States Great Britain AustriaHungary Sweden Germany Russia Holland mind Nor way have Interested themselves in tthose north polar explorations Per humps the credit should be glvot to till I nltod Stubs for having delineated the greatest amount of const line on our north polar maps but It is only fair to add that this has only boon accom plished in a grout measure through the excellent geographicalI work n ihloved by parties dispatched by Eng land from ISll to 1SVI with the object of soarching for the missing Franklin expedition To AustriaHungary mummy be given tthe credit for the discovery of a large extent of tint territory known as Kaiser Franz Josef Land Sweden found the northeast passage along till north coast of Europe and Asia from the Atlantic to the Pacific Germany rtit7Cb C71 ydsatt IJ1IJ Coimmiudir tt Ii Peary has successfully traced the cast coat of Greenland to us far north as Iupi Bismarck Russia has done admlrabk survey work of the Arctic sealioaivi Holland has done much to familiarize us with the condition and drift of the lee hi the Barents Sea even n far nnt till shots of Franz Josef Land AntI Norway through Frldtjof Nanson who with Indomitable pluck and energy made his marvelous Journey on situw shots across the ley continent of Green laud has won laurels In the explora tions of till lucid regions Of the various explorations however- name wound to be surrounded with such originality mid as some author ities declared with so much foollmrdl ss as the projvct of S1 Aiulne who with two companions on July 11 1S7 ascended front Danes IslandI in n balloon and sailedl away northward hoping by timid untried moans to reach the North role Uoekloss as this may have sicmed it had booai very coolly and prtidoiuly mind systematically pre pared for Andrees visit to 101cut- ht lS7ii during time Centennial Exhibi tion glue him an opportunity to o serve till seeming regularity of tin trade trinds and the possibility of bal loon voyages ncross the Attlhntll In 1Sli he had matured Ills plans for a balloon expedition Into time Arctic estimating the cost of the project at a little over SJMiOGO which sum was speedily forthcoming front wealthy scion tists The Last Glimpse of Audree Balloon I I Andrees balloon and stores were con veyed to Danes Island a balloon house was erected and engines set up for producing hydrogen gas had In flating the balloon All Indeed was made ready for the start In 1SOO but the south wind which w s wanted for the start did not come The party waited for It until the season had ad vanced too far for a safe venture anti then returned to Sweden In May 1S07 they returned and by July 1st again had everything ready for a start Again the south wind refused to come When the members of the party arose on the morning of July 11 they sent up a joyous cry A strong steady wind was blowing front the south I The three daring countrymen made ready to start on their bazaiuous journey A few moments for the last farewells and Andree with his two companions jumped aboard and the retaining ropes were cut Rising for a short time the current of air coming from the moun talus caused the balloon to descend suddenly until the car touched tho waves but it speedily rebounded until the huge gus bag reached an altitude of 3000 feet Journeying northward until within nu hour after tile ascen sloe It finally disappeared altogether from the sight of man l4ftw- I CRJM + f ml irlSMMprf 2 DEATH OF GREAT SCIENTIST j Passing of Father of Inventor of Bell Telephone The ienth recently of Alexander Mol vllle Bell lends interest to the 1 not work which the family of dace to lighten the burdens of llnorII who have lost their senses of and hearing The members of family for three generations Including Alexander hell the father of the map who a short time ugo breathed his lastrand Alexander Graham Bell his son have worked on problems of orthoepy and phonetics Alexander Mrlvillo Bell is known far mill wide throughout the civilized AXiiJi II ill Idl world ns tIll nun who near than any other his enililed tin dumb to speak and the dent to understand Alexander Graham Bell of time third generation in an endeavor to perfect mud improve the system evolved by his father made the great discovery which resulted in the Invention of the telL phone The Ihst Alexander Bull a native Scotchman was a distinguished tender of elocution and was deeply engaged In the study of orthoepy nod phonetics IIo had Invented a method for remov I hag impediments from the speech before his son took up his studies I While ho was la this country deliver hug a course of loitmvs ice humme COliII vine d that America oftYroil htm a bet IIh1 utld than till Old Yin y andl in r L J Alt xaudcr Graham Bell Inventor of tho Tea iu JS70 ho took up his residence In On tario Canada Mr Bell was one of the founders of time Volta Puromi at Washington an Institution which hits for its object the dissemination of knowledge among the deaf and dumb The nucleus of time fund front which the bureau was founded was 50000 francs awarded by tIll government of France to Prof Alexander Grnhnin hell in recognition of ifs services to the public In inventing telephones This was called time Volta prize and hums boon awarded only tour tines by the French gorenmemttt front that day until this no mortal has seen or hoard from the expedition save through ttie carrier pigeons re leased by Androe but competent au thorities believe that if sonic awful catastrophe had not conic upon the V voyagers they might have been able to exist In the ArtHi regions for several years Everything that could be done to Insure the success of the lp Wits done before they stunted They were provided with every necessary of life they had provisions arms ammuni tion sledges and a bout Their pro visions were calculated to last nlnu months The food consisted of every kind of steaks sausages hams fish chickens game vegetables nod fruit If In descending this food had been saved together with the food which time explorers could procure through hunting and fishing they could it is believed have lived for two years at least Their fate however Is wrapped In mystery They could had they landed on the mainland gradually have journeyed southward meeting with friendly I whalers who could have assisted them back to civilization It they dropped Into the ocean they are IQat If they have reached the Polar cap an4 wrecked their balloon they undoubt edly found the wonderful spot whlcfe so many have striven to find Whether the world will soon be aWe to lonra of their experiences and their fate U a question which possibly Commander Pearys expedition will be able to soWn b fll L rd r itts PillsI FOR TORPID LIVER- A torpid liver deranges the whole producesSICK Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy torthecommon diseases than DR TUTTS proveTake The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 30 1905 Get busyfind Billy the Scout Miss Grace Ferry was in Louisville FridayFind Billy the Scout at the barbe cue September magazines at the New- office Between 2 and 3 hunt Billy the ScoutJ A Barry was in Louisville Sat urdayFresh fisn fried at the English itchen A pair of shoes to finder ot Billy theI ScoutMagazines back numbers 5 cents News office Will Bowrner was down from Louisville Sunday Big eventfind Billy the Scout between 2 and 3 Miss Inis Gregory of Louisville iis the guest of relatives Mrs J T Lewis has returned from a visit at Glendeano J D Brashear was down from Lou isville part of last week Use only the right words in discos ering Billy the Scout Miss Eula Kennedy of Webster is visiting Miss Essie Bohler Mrs Court Babbage of Louisville has been visiting relatives Study the exact words then findt Billy the Scout Ice cold pop and cocacola at the English Kitchen- D H Severs has baen at home part of the past weeK from the South Miss Ella Smith of Jefferson ville is visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Hall Morris Kincheloo and Arthur Beard J1fHarlnsburg were hero Sunday Mrs Romnev Renfrow has roturnR to Dundee after a visit to relatives hereMrs Marion Ryan ot Louisville was here last week the guest of rela tivesMr and Mrs R L Oelze returned Saturday from a trip to Niagara FallsHarry Weatherholt was in Render son Sunday the guest of his aunti Mrs B F Orr MIss Lnla Severs has returned from a visit to Miss Judith Ellen DeJeronette at Hardinsbnrg P D Plank and daughters Misses Grace Eva and Edith went to Nash vile Saturday for a visit Miss Anna Jarbon has returned from i a visit of several days to her grand iJ mother Mrs Malinda Jarboe at SkillmanMr Mrs John Stono of Owens boro went to Ffllln of Rougn Friday I to visit relatives for two weeks They It- will visit here beforo returning homef Get September number of Munsey Delineator Tales QosmoRplitan McClure Black Cat Ladies Home ournal Metropolitan Popular Magazine BurlMcIntosh monthly at the News officeIWhy should you send your girls to Lynnland Simply to prove your good judgment and business ability The location is unsurpassed for healthful nessand beauty The whole Institution- is under the clUe and control of thej proprietor and his wife The teaching is ot the best quality the faculity is strong the apparatus abundant thea school is indorsed and sustained by the best and noblest people and the cost isV reasonable No competing school of equal rank gives anything like such good terms Send for catalogue W B Gwyun Pres Glendale Ky Mr and Mrs B H Briedenbacb and David May ot Owensboro Mr and Mrs W A Crooks and two sons fi Robert and Taylor of St Louis and Miss Katherine May and little niece Eva of Cannelton were the guests of Mr and MrsChas May Sun- dayCONTINUE WI pandment with l Scotts Emulsionb treatmentinanda tdoSductsseason 1 sampleSCOTT K 409415 Pearl Street New York 5ocandioo I all druggbts ScoutIII skill theTry your on Billy D S Duncan was up from Owens boro Sunday A square meal at the English Kitchen for 25 cents Masons barbecueBilly the Scout between 2 and 3 A hot lunch with coffee cay in cents at the English Kitchen Mrs Louis Adams and childre- e spent Monday in Louisville with rela rives Mies Pearl Cowherd will arrive from Louisville today to visit Miss Grace Plank Chas W Babbage was down from Louisville last week the guest of rela Gives Roscoe Severs of Richmond Va i visiting his parents Mr and Mrs D H Severs Mr and Mrs Marion Behen andt son Ira vent to Niagara Fall Thursdays Mrs T Handle came up fro Owensboro Friday to visit relatives sari friends Miss Jessie Katherine Plank of Henderson has been the guest o Miss trace Plank Mr and Mrs J S Younger and Mr and Mrs S V Conrad have re turned from Niagara Falls B U Rice of Greenville was the guest of his aunt Mrs J A Barry trom Saturday until Monday t Miss Jennie Wartield returned Wed nesday to Louisville after a visit to her sister Mrs Frank Fraizo Misses Ann Ham bkton and Minnie Pierce have retnnred to Sorgho after a visit to Mrs U E Lightfoot Mrs Emmett Gregory and children were here from Fenley part of last week the guests of Mrs Luuy Gregory The English Kitchen wants ever t jvisitor to tho Masons barbecue to cal1 on them and get a cool refreshing drinkWe have ordered an extra supply of bananas for picnic day They are nice and fresh and three bi ones for 5 centsEnglish Kitchen Mrs Joe Opperman and mother Mrs Take Macer of Howell will are rive this evening to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Tillman Panley Mesdames H V Duncan and J H Rowland returned the latter part of last week from a visit to Mr an I Mrs D M Duncan at Brandenburg If you want your clothing cleaned1l t and pressed call on Walter Forline Newdsoms office He will make old clothes look new and do you good work We have enlarged our kitchen andl we are now prepared to teed fifty peo ple at ono time A good comfortable I seat at table and a square meal for only 25 cents Be sure to call and seej us English Kitchen Rev W B Rutledge fcnd littleI daughter Margaret ot Plkeville and motherinlaw Mrs Wigginton of Mt Washington were guests of Mrs Mary Oelze and family part of the past week Sell Fine Pair Draft Horses Robertsoon Bros sold last week a j J tine pair of draft horses for f150 Jj J LOCAL BRIEFS 7 = Geo Adams and wife have been elected by the trustees of the colored Ipublic school to teach tho ensuing They were in charge of the school last year Harry Newsom 44 and Lilbon Smith 3 returned the latter part of last weeK from Cincinnati where they have 3 been attending an art school the past It The merrygo ronnd was moved the a first of the week from tho lot north of the American Tobacco companys receiving shed to Skillman grove east of town where the Masons iwill give their barbecue next Friday- It has been operated by the Ma eons night during the latter part of x this month on the lot from which moved but did not attract largo crowds as the atJJwhich was operated on the lot east Hamman Sons store last year SAn addition is being built to the rear of the English Kitchen to provide y or enlargement ot the dinIng 4- roomjj Mrs J F Morton of this city and Miss Lydia Frank of Tobinsport opened n stock of millinery goods MondAY in tho building occupied by iB Oelze 44 Excellent work has been done on the- rincipal streets in the way of ditch ling removing grass and weeds rub ish eta No town ot Uluverporte size can boast of cleaner streets than R those in tho scetion that Has been so thoroughly cleaned everything an- ightly and detrimental to health Ihaving been removed The property owners also have boon busy cleaning Itheir premises and thus complying with tho order recently isspea by 7 J R P KEENEm t IIDR Representing 4 KEENE TAYLOR t jjDENTISTS1 i V1JJJ1 OF OWENSBOROili J JWillj bo In Dr Lllthtroots otllco WDJ yf j j tlstry Will be Here August 28 j5 I 7Mayor Reid and Dr F M Smith tthe city health officer 4 Members of the Epworth Leagues and the Baptist Young Peoples Union are looking forward with much tutor eat to their union meeting at the IMethodist church next Sunday even sing before the preaching service which begins at 7 30as it is the 1first union meeting ol these two kin ores organizations since they were formed several months ago Tne mooting will bo conducted by RL Oelze- f president of the Baptist Young Peo fpies Union The public Is cordially invited to attend tne meeting 4 The Henderson Route pay train was here Friday afternoon 4 Three entertainments were given the latter part of lust week in honor of Misses May Owen and Addie Young of Morgantield who have been visit- ingj Miss Elizabeth Skillman nt theI home of her parents Mr and Mrs C B Skillman Miss Virginia Hud ton gave a tallyho party Wednesday afternoon in their honor Miss Lenora McGavock a watermelon party Thuis day afternoon and Mis Margaret Saturdayjfriends of the hostesses Mrs Ella Jordan is having a handsome iron fence placed around herI hotel and lot adjoining at the corner I of First and High a treets The tot has been graded and put in excellent 1 Condition making one of the most desirable sites in town 4 The Breckenridge Association of I Baptists will convene at the Baptist I I oclockd iI when the introductory sermon will be AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 3 Your Watch E 5 Repaired E EPEcE and Guaranteed E p s aswosaywewlllj p j We have firstclass land guar anteed goods In watches = clocks chains charms rings tIspectacles silverware etc at m Prices You CannoCDuplicate = Elsewhere = E We live here and everybody 4knows us It our word Is not good dont believe what we = Cmensowhat people believe T C LEWIS SONt 4 YOUR JEWELERS tHARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY- TTTTTVTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTV = errKstrtiyKsGSkrir drr KkKk 4 0 iii rYOUR ORDER F- ORLUMBERr SYOUR HOUSE BARN OR STABLE PROBABLY NEEDS Y SOME REPAIRS WE HAVE = ALL KINDS OF FRAMING MA TERIAL AND CAN SUPPLY CHOICE POPLAR OR WALNUT AT A MOMENTS NOTICE x 4 COME TO USA Prices furnished on applicationII Special prices on large orders ISeaton Weatherholt I Gloverport Ky j iQ UI 9 Wants 1 r 3r13 3rr 3r3r rw Advertisements Inserted under this Lead at one cent a word per week SALEFILM to Gardner Ort flOH SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machineAlsoL StreetLQulsvllloFOR SALKTtUTION CERTIFICATE FOIL SALETuition Certificate In Bryant LouisvillFore enrldKO News Cloverport Ky = NEWSIHENDERSON ROUTE NOTES lOne way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homesoekers Excursions Wall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 11 IgOO Niagara Falls Excursions Aug3 1724I On above dates tickets to Niagara Falls and return will be sold at 1270 Icr round trip good returning 12 days from date of sale Niagara Falls Excursions July 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of X1270 for round trip Cloverport to Niagara Falls ana return trood to return twelve lays1 from date of sale will be made Cheap Rates on Branch All branch points 1100 to Louis ville and return Saturday August 20 = Subscribe for the News L it ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall ana express leaves Clo verport 952 AM stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 41 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p m stops at all way stations J atLouisvilleaccommodation WEST BOUND Cioverportaccommodatlo1C0yeH vlllo 900 am expressleavesOwensrnlroStantJYj ansvilive arrlVl1 St Louis 720 p m Train 1Vo43 Malt and Express dally ar- rIves ClovcrOrt 736 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport U OOt P M arrives Evansville 135 A FlawesvilleOwonsboro 4 betweenLouisville 4 ars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between 4fordnille4 EAST BOUND s 4 leaveFordsvillo430a 0 amTrain leavesFordsvillu3MOpmm Train No 0 Sunday only- Ferdsvllle630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST ROUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 am arrives Fordsville 245 pm Train No 5 Dally loaves Irvington 050 p arrives Fordsvllle 925 u DJ IiiL= that the interests of X the bank and those of the people are closely I bound together They can j j M I I w not by any moans ho suc- cessfullyv I separatedII Jl I The ladies and the I f g IiliI m prompt attention t4 INSURED AGA I X S T LOSS Br FIIIB AND a BURGLARY HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST m 1 PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Bank of Cloverport Cloyerport Ky f preached by Rev J T Lewis tin pastor The meeting wIlt be in session only Wednesday and Thursday if the bnsiness is light but will continued over Friday If more association work than usual is to be done A good atten danco of min isters and lay delegates from the Baptist churches in the county and an Interesting and prothtitablo meeting is expected I IEETuMp AT NOLTES SCHOOL BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4 If not already supplied let us furnish you with the necessary Books Slates Pencils Ink Tablets Bags Erasers Chalk Pen Holders and items nestled in the schoolroom 9Remember School Books Exchanged At State Contract Prices J C Nolte Bro I ICloverport Ky Y 7 7 8 3 3 6 6 1 3 1 Joe an baker was and his en route home where ho had it ay he a of a about town in his machine of a felon one of C O It Alwayspays to your for quality rather than cheapness Thats wh- yCADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR is sucha good It make more delicious things to eat than YJU have any purest grain and the methods of milling insure this It is the finest product of the ou at nllr ornr YtCdickaMil1h g CoGRANDVIEW IND Babbage Sons CUT RATE SPOT CASH PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY One bbl Golden Crown Flour 465 One bbl Farmers Choice Flour445O- ne bbl Clover Leaf Flour 425 Pounds Granulated Sugar10060 Pounds White Cloud Lard 350 Bars Red Wrapper Soap 25c Bars Big Deal Soap 25c Bars Toilet Soap 25c One Dozen Masons Quart Jars 55c Cans Salmon 25c One Dozen Table Glasses 25c 2 Pounds Good Soda 5c Bottles Ammonia 25c Boxes Capitol Matches 25c Sacks Table Salt 25c Brass Wash Board 30c Dozen Clothes Pins 6 Cakes Sweet Chocolate 25c Gallon Syrup 30c 25 Pairs HensWomens and Childrens Shoes at 90c Best Brands Calico per yard 4 l2c Any of our lOc 12c and 15c Lawns per yard 5c Our lOc Manchester Cham bra per yard5c Hens 100 Jeans Pants per pair 65c Gasser Owensboro hero Saturday night Sunday morning with delivery automobile from Louisville had repaired Sun morning number friends ride The condition bone right band Murray best buy food stuff investment will idea The best bWWoo 17 5c 12 at took who has been here from itockport which has necessitated several operations and been exceedingly painful is im proving to the gratification of his many frienas hero The Tar Springa as a pleasant and quiet place to spend Sunday is prov lug very popular to Cloverport people this summer many enjoying a half day of rest there every Sabbath V To Cure a Cold in One Day la Cures Two Crip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH on every Seven MDUon boxes sold in past 12 months This signaturebcx 25c a J4 TisIt w4 I FARIVJ NOTESt I Wcrk of the Uniteel States Dep lament of Agnine KMIOTT MITCH 1C IT i II IIGUY=What IH the most Important thing In American agriculture repeute an olllelal of the Deitartment of Agrii culture In answer to a query a Ina who would make tin excellent Secre tary 1ftthe present IIncumbentt were no ghoul all that honest men could de sire You want to know wlut IIN the backbone of agriculture In the Uiille- tStntesIn I i the world One word Is tho answer lAguines How to1 He cause the legumes the clovers lh cowpeas the soy Iwaus ordinary pear- beans vetches peanuts alfalfaI and the like have the wonderful powe and they alone In tthe vegetable worldI possess It to absorb nitrogen InI tit air and fix It Into the vegetable kingdom And nitrogen IIs the mostt elusive and by tar the most expensive of theI fertlllxers or foods required by ell lull ohs Were It not for the clovers nnd their various cousins the worlds population perhaps not of this genera tion but surely of the next genera till II would face absolute starvation In the rnlted States ten years with out these remarkable plants would nuke till poorer half of our farm lands so unproductivet I that It would not pay to plant crops nnd tin entire burden of raising food would devolve upon the other half With these richer valley nod prairie lauds It would slm plv be a question of a few more years when tiny too would become ex hausted As Old as History The old llomnns Bud the Greeks 1 knew that the clovers were groat s fertllliers hilt they iUd not know whyl and It lots only been within 11111111111t Itlvely recent years tthat the science of t agriculture bus discovered that t I clovers Bud their allied sect Ios a the homes of billions of minute hill r terla which by some still ttttlnot process enable the plant upon wino i roots they live to absorb large qua n t titles of nitrogen or ammonia dint t from the nlr If you will pull up 1orjf ordinary clover plant you will llud a number of little nodules on the too I Ii n r T Hoots of liarxKii Peas shwiug Nodules These nre formed by and are 11 homes of tine Uicteria each one con mining millions of individuals If clover or alfalfa seed are sown In soil devoid of these bacteria they will make practically no growth This condition Itll the Department of Ig 1 eulture severalI years ago to take up the study of artificial Inoculation ofIi I the seeds of legumes or tthe soil ii tended for the planting mid the re suits hive IH OII must remarkable was found that not only could n soil be easily InoculatedI but that sickly crops already growing wenk for want of Iwcteria eotild be stimulated by tit application of Iweterlalnfofled water hid other simple menus P George TI Moore who recently re signed from the Dcuirtmcnt through criticism of his i iii vltonutctto y with a private company exploiting lb a wile and production of this hncterta while In the Dciartnicnt made nn ex haustive study of the subject for sev eralI years mid finally developed a plan of the greatest importance to the American farmer by which a nitrogen starter Iis prepared In vestpocket size which can be mailed to any point mud by following simple direc tions developed Into a vest mass of Iwcteria for the Inoculation of IllU fields Short Story nook on Bacteria Farmers nulletln No 2111 by Dr Moore Is a fat lulge story of the le games null their Iwcteria It IIs wonderfully Interesting little romance v end ten million copies could well b printed and one placed In the ha t+l of every farmer In tit Fulled States Its teachings hold out untold possi ill 1 toes for American agriculture mud the J process of acquiring vastly IIICIllIS rft Bouts of Soy Beans Showing Nodules yields of forage crops IIs so simple as to excite the oiuler ftpn the closest students of farm science Do not till follow tng short paragraphs taken from this bulletin crate a do slre to know morn on the subjct 11 W PuaUp M Hollana Patent N T I havlBe mow of tln IkjolU raltniv tballII coki be need tr HIUM Ifocd bt w as Inoru latlnp m1el It with a Hjrht loam and allMbInperfectlyMrs J A weiaif Ura Attn Pa trIM metering pea rtnea a month Old with calturc liquid and the twtfd v lWjI were otherUashingtonpalemoda rank rN1tb and yfeldal I think atldIIIs three times as much as fcnaerlj d I Seems Too Easy to be hffcctivc Ii1hl method described of lnoculntln g SIIis rldletiloiisly simple 1laee tit seed hUlllllttl In the lluld previously prepared with no renter trouble and allow to drub thou spread out to dry This is all time In W U tiiNlileiS liuilltlliKI The Uepartnient of Agriculture had latatasSprlnu fur tie manufaeture of these 9starters which were distributed free hiltIIXI probable that the sup ply fur next year will be exhaustedI nextellV u iiiig cost however of etch package 1 A Fiw Colls frm n O Ir Xolilo Mnc IIInllll1 liHHl TIluiS inI dhow till ItarlerlH small and yet It may mean much f the farmer who receives II mud follows hnruletshtllulletln Xo 211 can be obtained from renemhrrs of onitress or IIII lots or AorhulhnlmSince the public Is paying till bill fo- J0 printing documents containing such IItbody politic Is entitled to one of Ithese little booklets srYCLB SAMS FARM STORIES The press proofs are out for nl pamphlet containing nine little stories i for farmers to be 1 Issued by the 1ipartnnMit of Agriculture as feral cry Hulktin Xo 7 n collection of IraoilealI Farm Kxperlmcnts Top Dresslntr Chic laud IIs the tlrst story covering the results of ex M rlments at seveml of the expert mental stations and conclusions as to the best proportion of nitrogen phosphate and potash as fertilizers for grass lauds CornIIThere 1 Is another story on the Rx tension of the Corn ti rowing tree which shows that the corn crop Is In vndlng soon of tIll States where It had 1 been suppose that corn would not ritrou well It IIs rather surprising for instaiiw to find that Montana while It does not grow very much corn gets II blvgcr 1 niit per acre than three fourths of the socalled Cow States IlaniswtPenmtts for Forage IIs rather In teresting rending The M amit IIs one of tit must valuable of the legumes j a cousin to the clover and the crop erItcanuts and for format constantly liltIproves the soil The Arkansas station without sp elalI fcrtlllxatlon or lilt hI yion produced 148 bushels to the acre To Prevent Freezing of Fruit Trees The Winter Killing of Fruit Trees Is a timely romance culling attention1 to the necessity for providing against the olds to roam In the smnuy ni hrs of Peeombor and January CVrn grown In the orchard IIs consiilrro1I oin PIHlItIntsl prerelllltllrlwho live near swamps Combating San Jose Scale whlhItI iloscrllied In story Xo l Is tot In hlhIHise growers of the Pacific Coa states in combating San Jose scalp and1 other scale Insects The various sntisfad1t noted from the use of tlll wash for the destruction of the Sn lose scale The possibility has 1b00 demonstrated of keeping this destrue live Insert in check by an occasional1 treatment The materials for the washes art not costly can be IhllllI411 anywhere and are easily prepared an a polled j The next short classic IIs Destroylus jj Prairie Does a description of rcatment of considerable value to the Western states hut of little Interest to the farmers of fasten Clean Pure 11iIkIiNot In this series comes Clew j Milk1 something which we all at ret jIVpartiwntI I condition often observed In the breach 1 suggestionsItrP 11- 0rrmtpel J l them to wade yStop11Itmilk In the hands before and during I ImllklnPailExpose t sunlight which Is a agood sterilizer 1ttl out of milk pans cans etc nl1lyour milk fslng thorn for this pur POe Infects them so badly that no 9amountII them Bacteria are Invisible and 1 thinflhn i sflrIdishes art apparently dean 4yearAir In the Poultry House H The last of the serks IIs a short essay ofPoultrybcr of American and English bulletins oi and journals The idea here set torch that if eggs are to be obtained from hens during the season when eggs Ire L high the hens must not he allowed to shift for themselves Xo animal re sponds more quickly or steadily tinthe lieu to good treatment and good food nUll while she Is probably the mostt wonderful piece of farm machinery to be found she can not well be expected to grind out eggs tho year round without n good house n ulcan lloor a comfortable Bleeping place mud good food This Is a free bulletin and can bo obtained from Senators or Congressmen or Secretary Wilson Quarantine for Much Goats Tie Ilnrcnu of Animal Industry Is Ii earnest In Its Intention to Introducel 1Furopean highbred milch goatst Into this country for the purpose of crossing them on common American nannies Purchases have been outdo by a gov ernment agent of Swiss and French goats which are heavy milkers giving much as six quarts and eight quarts a day each and to receive the ship meat the Department of Agriculture has leased a small Island In Xew York harbor for quarantine purposes as It Is of course highly Important to in goatsttaglous diseases found in the herds of 9all 1European countries Much Interest Is manifested In the Governments goat introduction throughout various parts of the Fnlted States where goats are raised to some extent anti n lunge number of huh viduals who have milch goats of good triune hilt which give only a small a mount of milk rare anxious to secure the assistance of tthe Department of Agriculture In Improving their Hocks and gradually building up a strain of tine milch goats There are at present only about LOOt or 5000 milch goats In this country according to the De partment of Agriculture which give even an average of n pint of milk n day In most cases the milk is entirely consumed in raising the 1 kids Sonic New Free Farm Bulletins Some of the most popular Farmers lgrieulOtare which have recently been brought up to title and reprinted are Xo rlStandard Varieties of Chickens Xo t17finder Makingon tho Farm FZecpingrXo 1 12 Bread 11111 the Principles of weed Making Xo 1i1101ll1 Manufacture and Use of tnfcrniented Grape Juice Xo 2HS Varieties of Fruit llecoui mended for Planting Xo Ml Iteneliclal Bacteria for Le guminous Crops Any of these can be hid without cost niton application to your Senator Mem her of Congress or to the Secretary of Agriculture r BoomRat Ball Ilooter and Catty man These fearsome creatures soon became divested of their terrors when you know Ithem The llurcnu of Forestry has Just printed a short story reciting a number of the peculiar and grotesque terms used by foresters and loggers terms which were evidently at one time slang but are now at least among woodsmen regular dictionary words If a man stays long enough In a logging camp lie willl learn that white there iis a distinction between a ball hooter a I a boom nit and Itetwecu a ll t 111111 and a Itt IIIII they all I I a Uroup t 1gsrra- to the logger Mm eU On the nth dotclutllllyhltuhutlh stetcroesdonkey Iis an engine Other tools anit11which t i are the blue Jay the rooster the gooseneck the snake and the katydid Anybodyl who really wants to learn something lldIMnchot Forester Washington D C and ask for Ilntlotla Xo 01 Bureau of Fo-rt estry I j The Farmers Becoming Wise organlied killnmarket which leads to till comment by tilt Nebraska State 1lIrllt I that it is Interesting to note hat while the Fast is sjKvulatlng is 1Asboth an intellectual and a n 1Cestert1 crops ftrmlrs of some parts of the st appear to have themselves gone j j the speculating business The an Paranee of farmers in the spniatlve In the guise of lambs is nothing new but the reports have it that con tain farmers of the spring wheat Ountry have played the market with somIj I tuvess ns bulls this seaso Mr + tt s the Wall Street banker says I If all the reports of damage to ap g wheat by tack rust Iwul sub ttantlal foundation the millers would j S1IUti j it foundation of these reports of rust h said to lit partly In the fact that the tll hirer farmers have learned the market jobbers trick of looking woe gone and telling of spoiled crops hen soiling while the print is up This ractice is not to be commended on thlcal grounds but if anybody Iis going profit out of a cry of welt we honld of course rather see him a I jrower of the grain tine a market manipulator in a city exchange iI DAIRYING 1H PORTO RICO IXDUSTRT CAN OT BE SAID TO HAVE BECOME FINS ART Butter Is Made bv Very Crude Moth ads American flutter Imported of Poor Quality Chance fur American 1 rude Although our town and city people have their troubles with tae milkman nnd the Icciiiiin they are hut smiill ones oftPorto 0 according to a recent In vcstlgatlon lhy the Department of Agriculture of tile dairy industry In that Island r Delivering Milk In San Juan P R TTow would you like to have nil your milk which you buy trendy boiled In the 10110 Itlcnu shops If It Is not sold olT within RCven or eight hours It Is boiled a second time Some of the milk supply however Is sold freshly warm as an evidence of Its goodness but the I Porto Ulcan knows he IIs getting the real thing only when the cow Is brought to his door and milked for him Since the AmericanI regency Icei kept milk is coming Into some little use I f t i illII lThl Porto Rlcnn dairyman Is c reportbeclouded opctinesthe hind legs of his cows to prevent kick lug following this plan because l father did it before him without re guru to whetiHT his particular c ever tried to kick over a milk bucket her life Butter Made From Boiled Scum Porto Rival creameries are likewise i curiosities The butter comes only 8hnklngf111 being that much of the cretin is the Sl11II of boiled milk 1 When the government otllcials vis filed Porto Illeo they found tuueric Imtter at a decided discount Not ti 1 Nst but the poorest butter cowes from tho United States The Dani If IllIueri commonly sells for from IK to ruts n P0Uulh whereas rime American i butter retails as low as 14 cents The Porto Ulcans scout any Intimation thtI1lnihIImanufacturers in order to got rl quick In Porto Rico have engage 1 l hII 810111erd as Itr One New York concern has been furnishing a mediocre quality of butter In seta I tins which are made to Imitate close a welKkuown br i of Latish butter 11 t 412on ISfvw PKIMKl i ESTATES ij 1 IJllHR MIv1ackecl 04rl 1 + I An Amtwafln Label be nfrIso it ns to be harelip uoticeayl f storekeeper insisted that tiestood for Denmark Nut let Invaded by Ico Trust H Ice too has until very recently beet j an expensive luxury on the 1 Island andI klapSpanish merchant received butter 1 in five pound boxes These he stored onI shelf in the store where the tempera tale was often 90 degrees F As this butter was needed for sale one boat x a time was placed in such a smallf lev chest as mlht bo found in theorhumblest dwelling In the 1nit I States It was supposed that if butter was cold and hard when sold Dothln more could IH desired Into There is no reason however why within a few years American butte makers should not control the butter ItlIwiIplvxjn American butter a Tory black eye r eft I I COFFEEt DOES = J nor 1 ordt w HURTntntw tl t W pt Make the trial yourselfleave offtlCoffee 10 days and use IIal POSTUMha- It tl FOOD COFFEEr h linThats the only way to find out Postum is a sure rebuilder and when you cut out the coffee and use Postum instead you get a taste of health for the aches and ails begin to leave You may THINK you know but you dont until after the trial Remember Reasonii Theres a f Get the little book The Read to Wellsvllle In each pice SIZZA1WS VERSUS BLIZZARDS More Damage to Life and Property frutn Koastlne than from Freezing The damage caused by hurricanes cyclones hailstorms blizzards and Hoods totals fur into the millions in value each year yet time devastation caused by a single general hot wave of bettier atmospheric disturbances for time ear Of all adverse weather condl Ions those accompanying periods of llingcontinued high temperature are he most detrimental to mans mental physical nod financial welfare Esti mates of course eau he made of the Injury caused by long contluued heated spells to growing crops and these alone snake an astounding figure Taking one State ls an example Iowa we wme1e150000000 a value nearly twice as great as the loss caused by the Gal veston hurricane in 1000 lisl1I suffering undergone by the mil inInmated Statistics may be secured as to the number of sunstrokes but no data are obtainable regarding the sick whose deaths are hastened by the ab normallyheated atmosphere Cotton gaud corn seem to be most nf fected by time burning hot temperature The niece tact of rain during hot waves is but partially responsible for the damage done ns it is found that the lutnselyliemuch irretrievable damage When af cropstoinstantly revive but when the life properties of plants lire injured by the excessive hut no amount of rainfall sunshine cut repair the haulage returnsIonefonrtu less in quantity wnlie the quality is also quite Inferior to the standard However during the years timelfor the decade The throw Is ad vanced that the hot weather of one summer has the effect of making the 1111htlalseed the following year XAPOLEOXS ARAB CHARGER MuseumiI flontlngiI whitetithrough so victorious Bowetimereorts utnuyxIstlnlIsnowat the having been sent there the orderrthis relic had a timessessionan sh taetieSnlntBelsurgeondidiruiuiu sire Napoleonshistorya connection lictwcen the English SUP goon stud this famous Arab withwhich the general public Is not ncqnalntcd Mr Greaves pave thishorse to the National History Society Manchester in 1S42 societyetthewater portion of its collection canethe possession of what Is nowOwens College whoprtshlCt1treasures hud the happy V thought of Its orNapoleons horse to Paris Ytl orInncllesterpackingseI ftSea A Quarter o- fa CenturyII of unfailing service lprovesl ABSOLUTE RELIABILITY of t- heRemIngton TyEWRITER WYCKOFF SEAMANS dt BENEDICT 117 BROADWAY Haw ro- wKPOTASH Without Potash no fertilizer is willfollow vainsblobooksedvertlstug thaimeDaSentnuWORKSNew or St Louis Mo4th and Olive Sts t r Repeaters are the original loUd electorsThissolid shield of metal shootershead at all times throws the empties swap from him instead of Lobo his face prevents smoke and rises from entering his eyes and longs and keeps the line oi sight rMARLINr J 1smoothl1 islusnine colors mailed for three stamps The Mirlln Fire Arms Co New Haven Conn J EXCAVATION WORKIWith Greatest Economy 1Western1 and Ditcher td 1 ROAD CONSTRUCTION cstcrh Wheeled Semper Coe AURORA lLLna for Catalog IP l f JYI1Y rrrT f r I J i i tf oI r y Ip 1 1 f 1 ln The Breckenriclge News r WEDNESDAY August 80 1005 = SENSATION SPRUNG IN DIVORCE SUIT WEA TilER FORD FILES COUNTER CLAIM1 CHARGING ABANDONMENT AGAINST WIFEWANTS ABSOLUTE DECREE Philip D Wenthorford of Louisville has filed a counter claim against his wile Annie E Wreath crford daughter of ExCounty Judge A Ml Pulliam and for merly of Hardinsburg who a mentioned in the NKWS last weeks s brought suit for divorce on the grounds of cruelty and nonsupport Regarding the filing o- WVeatherfords f counter claim las Fridays Louisville Herald contained the following The divorce suit instituted1 severalI days ago by Mrs Aunt Weatherford against Philip D Weatherford charging him with cruelty brought a new develop mont yesterday when the husbandI filed his answer accompanied by a counter claim in which he ask fcn absolute Coerce oftlivorc against his wife on the doubtJ charge abandonment and im moral conduct Mrs Weatherford when she sued her husband secured an order of arrest against him alleging that he had a revenue of 4000 a year and that unless taken in custod he would leave the State to escape payment of the alimony claim o 100 a month Later she garni sheed all tthe banks and trust com panies in the city to prevent his drawing his money out on tho game grounds that she bled her application lor an order of arrest Weatherford who is a mem ber of the linn of the Nelson Bethel Clothing Company denies that these steps were necessary to keop him in the jurisdiction of the court lie says he had no ex pectations of leaving and that theIi I proceedings mentioned were onl efforts to coerce him into meeting financial demands Makes Counter Charges celIe says that his wife aban doned him more than a year ag and went to another State He denies that this was done because of herr ill health and says that on the contrary her health is good and she is entirely capable of mak ing a living for herself as a milli ner in which business she is adept and able to earn 20 to 25 a week when she works Me says that besides abandon mont the plaintiff has been guilty of immoral conduct and fits of bad tempor that had their outcome in frenzied scenes in which she would abuse him rand even attack and beat him in the presence of others He says that she would make fre quent demands upon him for large sums of money which it was not possible for him to furnish and that when she could not gain her ends she would throw herself on the floor tear up furniture and otherwise try to make things so disagreeable that he must accede Spendthrift habits are likewise al leged and the husband denies that he has a salary of 2500 a year and an income of 4000 a year Sensational Testimony He asks the dismissal of his j wifes petition and the granting ofr an absolute divorce to him on his counter claim- Depositions were taken yesterday in the case byStenographer- Lon Walker That of Van B Nelson manager of the Nelson Bethel Company was sensational The deponent asserted that im mediately after her return from California the plaintiff in the divorce i action carne to the stored and that after a short quarrel with her husband she proceeded to attack him and belabor him with blows as ho retreated about the es tablishment The witness said that Weatherford did nothing but retreat guarding his head and face with upraised hands Nelson said ho called a policeman but thin tt when the oflicer arrived the lady declared that his presence did not disturb her though she finally left the place Had Steady Visitor The deponent said also that a bookkeeper panned Sellers who later removed to St Louis had1l received letter from Mrs Wreath erford while sho was in California Sellers showed Nelson the letter which enclosed a lower and spoke of the significance of the blossom in the language of flowers He said that there was nothing espcc ially improper in the letter buts that it was very sweetly written In testifying as to the re sources of Weatherford Nelson said that de understood Him to be financially embarrassed and that- t he himself held IWreathc ford s notes to the amount of 7000 William F Kiede Jr a gro cogs wagon driver testified that he had visited Mrs Weatherford on her invitation and that she had invited him to return which he didnt frequent intervals for u year Awayshidueyedisease for the last live years writes Robert K Watts of Salem Mo I lost Mesh and never felt well and dour tored with leadimr physicians and tried nil remedies suggested without relief Finally J tried Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles corn pJotoly cured me and r am now sound and woll During the summer causedyby excessive drinking or being over uneefby using Foleys Kidney Cure Sold i by A R Fisher Pier Contract Awarded The contract for building the pivotpier at the new crossing in Salt river for the Louisville Hen derson and St Louis railroad has been awarded to the National Con crete and Construction Company of Louisville with Mr John Riley as Superintendent Mr Riley a member of the firm and a isII experienceyt I III 1 11S I 1I1e worI comes highly recommended as he has superintended nearly all the heavy work for the Louisville and Sash villa railroad for ninny years oThe steel on the new extension is laid from Louisville to within one mile of Salt river At this point work is delayed until three benches or trestles can be put in over Briar creek This part of the work will be finished in about ten days Mr JJ G Brashear who put in the work and built all the other piers of stone has resumed his position as Superintendent of bridges and building and will be gin the construction this weekof a twentyfive thousand dollar depot at Owensboro West Point cot Eliabethtown News Card of Thanks Harned Ky Aug 124 1015 We wish to thank the friends and neighbors tor their Kindness to us dar ing the illness and at the death of our husband und brotner Ezra Ward Davis Wife and brothers READ TillS Syutsonia Ky March 80 1003 Dr K W Hall at Louis Mo Dear ir1 would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Won der has saved the life ot one man whom two doctors had given up to die and thoro is none of your medi cine sold nerer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from yon concerning the agency s soon as possible ED DRAFFEN Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottleot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis atone weak and lame banks rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your it will be sent by mail on receipt of flOne small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a care Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists J 1A k 0 t Why Send Your Money Away- t FOR Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town Direct From the Maker At as Low Prices and on Better Terms By this sign you will know and can find ECLIPSE TillS MORNING The sun will be in eclipse this morning between 5 and G oclock It will be only partial in this section and can be seen better with the aid ofsmoked or colored glasses About half the sun will be obscured when it rises and the shadow will grow until only a bright crescent is seen then the shadow will recede and by 0 oclock it will be all over- Time was when an eclipse cast terror on the earth and still in ninny regions the phenomenon appeals in the utmost to supersti tious fear and foreboding This coming eclipse will probably prove a greater scientific inter cst than any of its predecessors because of the great preparations that are being made by the civiliz ed world nations to observe it The United States naval obser vatory has equipped three expeditions and sent them forward to different points where the eclipse ratty he best observed The eclipse will be total to parts of Canada but to be seen at its best Spain and Northern Africa seem to be Mlle desired taUntis1 I There IS no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and boly except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except through the stomach The stomaon must he kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation had breath sour risings ritting indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles that are curable are quickly cured bv tne use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sold by All Druggists VEGETABLE JUICE CONSUMPTION CURE New YorkAug25Physicians- of this city are much interested in a circular issued yesterday by the New York Post Graduate Hospital announcing the discovery of a new cure for consumption This new remedy is the juice of raw table vegetablcspotatoesbeetscorrots onions celery and the like pro BIG 6 IN PREMIUMS at OLLIE RICIIARDS AGENT w CLOVERPORT KY cured by grinding and squeezing a dose being two ounces after mealsThe statement is made that eleven patients with well developed pulmonary tuberculosis have been absolutely cured and are now good subjects for life insurance risks Fiftyother patients are still under treatment and said to be progress ing satisfactorily A GUARANTEED CURE FUR PILES ProtrudingPliesOINTMENT rails to euro any case no mutter of how long standing In a to 11 days Ttrst yourdrUFilstI IIIClitlmlloln9 JJn t J lm Big Raid on Shiners Deputy United States Marshal Cub dill returned this morning horn liar din couty where he conducted the most successful moonshine raid in nix years experience as a Government officer burned a still and all the parapaerna lia connected with it and captured six prisoners Four of the prisoners gave bond for 1200 each when held over on exam ining trial but the other two William Cnnaiif and George Robert Willis were brought here this morning and placed in the Jefferson county jail Cnndiff is charged with retailing 11 quor without license and Willis with ItnoQnshinbnbThe four men arrested wore Sam Walter ana three sots Charles William and Harrison Walker All six men were examined by Con mission er Stop at Leitchtleld and held to ans wer The Walkers are charged withII moonshining Thursdays Louisville I Times Cornstalks in Nebraska George Danoy of Webber brought to I this office last night one of the largest stalks of corr as well as the most pro ductive ever shown in Superior The stalK was twelve and a half feet high had ten advanced shoots and was not I yet tasseled out At the base it was about the size of an ordinary mans wrist and had the appearance il left in the field to make the good siz ed Cars of corn Superior Journal Many Chickens Needed There will be between JJ50 to 300 preachers in attendance at the Louis ville conference of the Methodist church which convenes at LoirchHeld I on September 27 says a dispatch from that place to the CourierJournal KENTUCKYS STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG rAvs 25000 6 IN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH Novel Aflractions1Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky v I I y rvtii1 rz J I TYPHOID STATES MENACE Says State Board of Health AdvisesI Battle With Home Plague Apropos ot the open door policy maintained by the State authorities I towards the retugees from the yellow fever stricken section of the South Dfs J Jr McCormick aijd William Bailey members of the State Board or Health havo made public the fol lowing statements The real danger in Kentucky lies not in yellow fever but in typhoid fever More people die in this State from the lalter disease every month than have ever died here from yellow fever We had better concern our sel ves about toe real plague at home The 13805 cases last year could have been prevented Malaria fever can be prevented by the name precautions that are required to prevent yellow fever Screened houses will practically eliminate both typhoid and malaria fevers in Kentucky By proper pre cautionary measures we can eliminate consumption If all the sputum coughed up in a year were destroyed as it is coughed up there would be no consumption in Kentucky Typhoid fever whion could have been pre vented cost Kentucky last year over 900000 besides the lives that were sacrificedWhat can we do to prevent these diseases Why clean your premises thoroughly destroy the breeding places of mosquitoes screen houses shut out tho typhid carrying flies Observe these precautions and you will eliminate theso diseases Malaria fever is caused solely by the malaria mosquito It was formerly believed that malaria was caused from marshy ground but this theory has been ear ploded Yon could live all summer in a marsh if you lived in a screened house uud you would never contract malaria fever Tho same precautions that will keep out the yellow fever mosquito will keep out tho malaria fever mosquito and will keep out theme whicn are the chief instruments in earriyng typhoid fever It It Will Surprise YouTry It It is the medicine above all others for catarrh and is worth its weight in gold Elys Cream Balm does all that is claimed for itB W Sperry Hartford Conn My son was afflicted with catarrh He used Elys Cream Balm and disagreeable catarrh all left him tbeII O Ulinstead Arcola Ill The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at CO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 War ren St New Yor- kKentuckys Crops A recent Weather Bureau weekly Clop report for Kentucky is in brief as follows The corn crop Is in excellent condition The promise is for a very large crop which is practically made Tobacco looks fine though the crop is short There is some complaint of damage from houseburning to tobacco already house- dFruitApples continue rotting and dropping and the crop will be only fair j reports vary considerably there being some excellent orchards and fathers very poor Peaches are plentiful in some localities and very scarce in others and the same can be said ot grapes the latter are rotting anddropping badlyFruit on trio whole his done quite well on highlands and very poorly on lowlands Wheat rye and oats have all been threshed and the yie Ills were good on the wholeSweet and Irish potatoes are good and plentiful Tomatoes are maturing rapidly and aro a large crop Tho melon crop is large Hemp iu fair though short in places Stock peas are most promising and a large crop of turnips is coming up nicely They Appeal to Our Sympathies The bilious and dyspeptic are con stant sufferers and appeal to out sympathies There is not one of them however who may not be brought back to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets These tablets invigor ate the stomach and liver and strengthen tho digestion They also regulate the bowels For sale by Short Haynes Want Inaugural Date Changed Gov Beckham Uov Hanley or Indiana and the governors of thirty eight other states and territories aro members of a committeewhich will meet at Washington just before con gress assembles to take stops to induce congress to change the inaugural date from March 4 to a later day in the year when more favorable weather Is assured A constitutional amendment will be required To Double Track New Road It was stated here last week by a citizen of Ohio county that the proposed railroad from Madisouville to Fordsvllle said to be backed by theI Loalhvilled3 Nashville i1w Y company will be doubletracked I 4 I tp J Southern Arkansas land Timbered rolling perfect drainag no swamp gpod water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas ana believed to be the coming clover and alfalla oountry porous clay soil and clay 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EXCURSIONVIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California and Colorado and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition J PORTLAND OREGON at special reduced rates i Homeseekors round trip and one Way colonist on the first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angaes and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of th above can be wad ot Homo Agents or b addressing F W HARLOW D P A LoutavlUi 1 Et 1 iI It The FurLined Overcoat I rTT TT T TT T TT The second violinist handled his bow mechanically and even listlessly Once or twice he so far forgot himself as to v draw the attention of the conductor who rapped with his baton and glared at the offending player The violinist was tired and when he was tired which was often the case the music that danced round his brain t was quite different front what he happened to be playing nt the moment When the musical medley was over the conductor came up to him Im sorry Jack he said but If you dont pull yourself together we shall have to put some one else In your placeI was tired tonight he replied As Jack turned into the street he was met by n girl who clung close to his arm They walked on In silence for n time picking their way eastward through the crowded Strand Close be hind them a man with a fur colla- rt i i 1rLcInstrument Under FlngtrsIturned up about his curs paced musing Ily The girl turned and saw him If you had only a furlined coat she said to Jack lIe laughed Tin much more likely to have no coat at all soon Nellie Tonight GrIf- fin told me that If I didnt Improve Id have to go- Shame lies quite right little girl I cant somehow keep my attention fixed In that place But never mind I have my violin still and Ive nearly finished tne opera and some day we shall be rich H I only had you with me al ways But we must wait a little longer Must we- Whymustnt we I thought perhaps Nellie said hesitatingly that If we married youd get on better I wouldnt cost much to keep and I can make enough for that by a little painting you know and then think what I should save by housekeepingBut child I couldnt think of letting you work like that I should be happier And suppose I lose my place at the end of the week Youll soon find a better one Ill think about what youve beer n saying If we could only JUuuuge 4 Im sure we could beautifullyI You wont do any more work tonight I must put In an hour or two A few minutes later he left her nt the door of a small house In a side street and then crossing to the main thorougufare he struck Into a similar street on the other side As he opened the dingy door of his lodgings a tall man In a fur lined overcoat passed A simple supper was laid out upon his table which he hardly touched The room was poorly furnished though comfortable and clean enough Across one corner stood a piano Ills violin anu piano were Jacks chief treasures they represented possibilities which I kept hope alive in him With their aid he could conjure up visions fur more beautiful than anything which reality could show him they enabled him to express himself the Inner self which shrunk from contact with the world lIe drew ruled paper toward him and begun to cover It with those symbols which sometimes menu so much more than words But after a time the creative Im pulse left him and he turned to an almost completed portion of his work Parts he tried over on the piano for other parts he took up his violin after each trial altering a note here and there The time slipped on Hardly a sound reached him from the dwind ling tralllc that passed the end of the streetthe street Itself was perfectly still With that silence there came a sudden Impulse to him to play I wonder whether I could manage that sonata tonight he said aloud He sat out the music tucked his violin under his chin and began to play The Instrument throbbed under his fingers with the acute sympathy and consciousness which only a vio thathothe music was good and be was the fillodhim t ttT ttTTtT11FT1I moment ho felt how far above It all was the simple love of the girl who trusted and believed In him When he laid down the violin tnere were tears In his eyes If 1 only dared he thought to grasp my fate in bothI hinds A noun stood on the step thinly cladI and shlverl g Sir said a voice I saw a light here and thought that perhaps there might be sonic one awake who wouldI not refuse me food and perhaps shel ter Come In I can give you some food at any rate The man followed him into the sitting room and stood quietly by the door he carried in his hand a large parcel coveted with a kind of water proof material Tack glanced at this with curiosity perhaps suspicion Im quite honest said the man This does not contain the spoils of a 1 Throbbed Ills I J + burglary Jack smiled I didnt suppose it did he said Sit down and make yourself com fortable I havent much to offer you but youre welcome to what there is Jack took out once more his almos- t11itasted supper Draw up and eat hesaidThe stranger did as he was bidden and his host from time to time glanced at him though always with delicacy and consideration lie observed thin the man although thinly and poorly clad was scrupulously clean his hair and heavy mustache well tended his hands white and delicately formed Are you a musician asked the stranger pushing away his plate and nodding toward the piano and violin Yes said Jack Was It you forgive my curiosity who were pjuying before I knocked Yes said Jack It was a line performance at least It appeared to me to be so It was the music which gave me courage to knock Does that surprise you 1 No I think I understand And whose work were you playing My own As Jack made this con fession he was anxious for the strangers approbation Their natural po sitions were reversed Its a strange world said the other that a man who can write such music as that should live lIe paused1 and reached out a hand toward Jacks manuscript May I look lIe drew the manu script lip toward him und ran his eye along the score Jack watched him in growing amazement Can you play- Time 1 vlollna little Jack excitedly thrust the violin into his hands Try it he cried If you wish It as a return for your charity No no not that I want no re turnOut of pure compliment to you then said the stranger lIe rose drew the bow softly across the strings and glided Into the sonata Jack hearing his own work played by an other baud for the first time was car vied away by Its possibilities yet ex cellent as the strangers rendering was he felt that he was holding himself in check deliberately keeping back the highest power of expression that was in him When ho laid down the vio lin Jack said Thank you But If you had chosen you plight have played still better You think then that I only paid you a halfhearted compliment A clock striking 3 reminded them that the situation had reached an em barrassing stage The stranger ap peared to look to Jack for the next moveWhen you came In said Jack with hesitation you said something about shelter I have only one bedroom here but that is at your service Sir cried the other is there an other man In London at this moment who would do as much for an absolute strangerMany I hope said Jack Not one I solemnly believe I will accept shelter but not your bed This couch will serve my turn perfectly You can trust me 1 Jack made up the fire brought a pillow and a rug awl left his curious guest to rest He himself lay awake for some time in a condition of wonder not unmixed with vague excitement When he slept It was profoundly and to an unusually late hour IIe rose to find his guest departed His musk had vanished and in Its place was the strangers parcel At first he was too overwhelmed for action he could do nothing but blindly suffer under his misfortune lllx landlady was able to glue him no in formation beyond the statement that she had heard the front door close before she got up Her curiosity as tu the contents of the parcel was greater than her appreciation of Jacks loss He told her angrily to open It and satisfy herself that he had been woefully tricked Under the string she discovered a note addressed simply to My Entertainer It ran thus I have not stolen your work but merely borrowed It If you will meet me at 2 oclock outside the Shamrock restaurant I hope to convince you of my Integrity In the meantime per haps you will accept the contents of my parcel ns a guarantee of my goal Intentions the more particularly as thin weather Is cold The garment was honestly come by As Jacks rye reached the close of this extraordinary communication n cry from ills landlady caused him tto look up She was examining in an attitude of Intense admiration a magnificent furlined overcoat You dont seem pleased said the womanDont you suppose my music was worth more than this ho said You know best sir of course but If that overcoats worth a penny Its worth C10 I know because my poor man was in the line- I dont want his overcoat groaned Tack Then glancing again at the note he brightened up Ill run round and see Nellie he said Nellie listened to his story with wide open eyes and fewer interruptions than might have been expected When he had finished she said You must keep this appolntmen and if I were you Id wear the over coatI will if youll come with me limit youll be expected alone Never mind I want you to see this extraordinary person And the missing music said the girl I shall like him I know I shall because he hind the sense to see that your sonata was great- I didnt say he thought it was greatNo but Im sure he did think so Tact tried on the coat but after careful consideration of Its effect both decided It was too magnificent for the rest of his attire Well have It made into a cloak or something for you Nellie he said No no You will soon be rich enough to wear it If Its to wait till then the moth will have swallowed it But I daresay if Its really worth a lot of motley we could sell It and then with what furniture we have already wi might Yes said Nellie softly At 2 oclock precisely they approached the Shamrock restaurant In considerable trepidation As they paused near the entrance a closed carriage drove up from which stepped Jacks guest of the night before Why thats the man In the furlined overcoat who was walking behind us n the Strand last night Nellie whis placetof thin and wore the conventional garb of the prosperous At a sign from him the coachman drove away 1Permit me he said saluting Jack to return today the hospitality so generously offered to me last night Jack could hardly collect himself sufficiently to Introduce Nellie nsltimeI lessly is MeLoghlen W hen Jack heard the word It seemed to him that all Piccadilly rang with it for it was the name by which a great impresario was known- I took away your sonata this morning said Mel ghilen because I wished to hear It played by a greater erformer than either you or I He has already tried It In fact I left him at It an hour ago I think I can prom ise you that he will play It In public within a mouth Tack gasped nor for some minutes could he find appropriate words of thanks In the meantime Mr McLoghlen busied himself in ordering lunch for which purpose he consulted Nellie about the choice of dishes of which she had never In her life heard be fore You are I believe violinist In the orchestraYes Tack answered I think If you will allow me I can find you a better post You appear bewilderedIm much bewildered that I doubt my own existence I owe you an explanation cer tainly Last night I was in the stalls at the I had made a bet with a friend that I would get food and a nights lodging for nothing merely by using my knowledge of character He scoffed at the lIdea I saw you and decided to follow you up I walked down the Strand after you and over heardforgive me some of your conversation My carriage followed a few yards behind Having seen your home and marked the house I returned to my carriage where I had prepared such a disguise as I con ceived would best suit my purpose The rest you know I am under a I double obligation to you You Justified my belief in human nature and you made me acquainted with a man whose work I shall be proud to see pro ducedAnd the coat Mr McLoghlen That as my note pointed omit was left as a guarantee If you like to put It so it may be considered as payment on account of future fees I cant find words to thank you Jack stammered The ladys face Is sufficient thanks and the great impresario raised his glass Now to lunch though nothing we eat today will taste so good as your cold mutton did last night Only one of the party succeeded in doing Justice to that meal but after ward when Jack and Nelllo wero Joined in the happy bonds of matri mony the three enjoyed many a good lunch together FRENZIED AGRICULTURE SOME OF THE IllA XTA SMA G OKTA S OJA NfWJEllSE SPECIALIST New Farm Science Which Makes Easy CrossBreeding of Distinct Species and Combining the Animal and Vegetable Worlds The startling results of the science of unlinnl amid plant life are graphically portrayed lhy Artist MeCordt of jNewarK New Jersey Tills export be Moves from results already accom plished by cross fertilization that In the very neon future it will not be necessary for the boardinghouse keeper to separately prepare earned beef and cabbage as the plant physiologist will have combined the two Into a single garden iiroduct Cross fertilizing the egg plant and the chick weed will likewise produce young broilers which If the summer rains are frequent and proper attention Is given to cultivation will mature Into protltnhle layers Py a recross fertili zation with the lower garden coxcomb I various poultry types may be produced Again by careful cultivation roil en richment of the soil a single rhubarb or pie plant etui be coaxed to yield In u season ten fullsized pies Any kind of pie can he obtained by crossing the plant with the fruit tree or bush desired apple cherry raspberry peach anything hut mince IAMIIOII pit of course cannot be grown In the North where the nights are cold Meat potpie can be obtained by breeding with magpies I A perfected milk weed Is an easy re suIt of the plant wizards touch It seems strange indeed that the Investigators of old experimented and wrote for centuries on the subject of mak lug the milk weed a useful plant and yet never were able to accomplish any thing practical What is known to plant science as Wlencrln Is the result of hybridizing dog fennel and common pig weed This peculiar plant has the unique charac teristic in the vegetable world of producing two distinct food products upon a single stem the toothsome sausage nUll dog biscuits one of a nitrogenous or muscleforming nature and the other fatproducing I But of all the marvels in nature that have been accomplished by the plant physiologist and hyhrldlzationist the most astounding results have been acv complished with bacteria Bacteria enter into every forum of life mind not only have government troubles grown out of nitrogen prodncing bacteria hut fairsized balloons can be produced In a single season from the common hydrogen bacilli a4 When It Is considered that this class of scientific research is In reality but In a formative and primordial stage the human mind stands applied at the possibilities held out by the future While the discoveries above men tioned have been the result of more or less persistent and systematic research It scenes that the lightningbug bee which Is enabled to gather honey dill ing the entire twentyfour hours was the result of pure accident the result of a boyish prank In placing some In nocent fireflies at the entrance to a beehive to see them get stung 8OOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooocoooov OTHER WAGONS APPROACH IINO In Perfect Adaptability Under all Conditions to t r The Strong Old Hickory t MANUFACTURED BY I CoIGOCOOGOCCOCCCOGOGGOGGCGO OOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO i THE RACYCLE SPROCKETS Like No2 Grindstone are Hung Between the Bearings I miiSfdC5 t2 a 9rc Which Stone will Turn Easier The Racycle Rides Further with onequarter less work MIAMI CYCLE MFC CO MIDDLETOWN OHIO THE CURFEW ORMXASCE No young boys or girls are allowed to run about the streets of St Paul after I9 oclock at night This law lias been in effect for sev eral years and it has produced excel lent results Of course the police use discretion In the matter timid do not actually arrest every youngster they catch after hours but they give them friendly warning which almost Inv variably Is obeyed1 This regulation cityluthe streets of a city at night hits been tit ruin of many a boy and girl who might otherwise have led lives of usefulness and gladdened the 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4r a ysM i r 1 6 1 a r Y Y + 7 the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 30 1005 LATEST ABOUT NEW ROAD Work to Begin on Madlsonvllle Line In the Near Future H H Holcman a banker and cap italisfc of Madisonville Ky was iin Louisville yesterday to confer with other patties interested in tne construction of a railroad between Madi Bonville and Ivington Ky says the Loulavillo Herald of last Thursday The syndicate formed for tbo purpose of building the road is capitalized a 50000 and since June 15 engineer- have d been going over the propose route of the road making surveys As soon as Mr Holoman returns to Madlsonvillo toe actual route of the line will be decided upon and work of grading will begin at once Associated with MrHoleman are G R Lynn and Dr R P Ross wealthy men of Madisonville Jand IR E Simmons and J BFord capitalists of k i artford Ky Backing the enterprise 6 ey ndicato of New York capitalists anrtnere will be no trouble about securing funds necessary to complete the enterprise This line taps the Henderson Route a Irvington and furnishes a direct line to Louisville for a virgin country which is wholly undeveloped havin never as yet had railroad facilities Among tho towns through which i will pass are Sacramento and Bremen McLean county and Hertford the county seat of Ohio county The territory through which the road will pass contains some of the finest mineral and timber country in tho State none of which has been developed to any appreciable extent It also provides a direct line from Louisville to the western part of the State and will turn to Louisville the trade of this section which on account of the heretofore indirect railroad connec tionsl has gone to Nashville StLouis and Evansville This trade pnght to amount to several thousands ot hun dreds cf dollars every year The ooople of the section tnrongh which the road is to pass are enthus iastic over the prospects and already capital is reaching out in that dl rection John B Brasher of Madison ville has purchased a coal mine of inallty and large resource which r lost within tho limits of Madi s ville it is expected that 100 me will be at work on the road in the near future The pills that act as a tonic and not asa drastic purge are UoWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness Jaundice etc Early Risers are small and easy to take and easy to act Sold by All Druggists Want Joint Statehood Muskogee I T Aug 23Resolu tions declaring for immediate state hood for Oklahoma and Indian terri tory as one state were adopted today by the statehood and constitutional convention of the Indians of the live civilized tribes A committee was appointed to draft a constitution for presentation fro the convention- S To Build at Sulphur Springs W 8tview Correspondent Art Goodman is making prepara tions to build a boarding bouse on bin farm at Sulphur Springs IjTho Vile Ul Ul15 grandest agencies which enlight ened Science has discovered t rel ovo motherhoodfrom suffering Is thoa Favorite Prescription vlmd by Dr i Piercei0Ing physician of tho Invalids I Hotel andjj I Surgical InstM 1 tutu of But Dye bye Hoportseshlgh Theres a swoet llttlo cra skyAs- Twomssoofttchubby hands i that will pat nod caress iA pure little soul wing Inir down from above A ababY ImbuesTtho entire nervous system with natural healthy vitality gives elastic vigor to the delicate organism specially concerned in motherhood and makes the coming of baby entirely free from danger and almost free from pain I wish to state that I have used BoctQl beenhearthtwice In the hospital My husband brought I Ithasconfinements We are now blessed with two healthy children and I am sure your mooI cine has done me moro good than all other treatment I have ever received thoII BAD HEADACHES gen erally arise from bad stomachs Foul breath bitter i taste coated tongue sour eructations or belching of gas are common symptoms inrsmall doses only ono or two each day of old Dr Plorcos Pleasant teiints the Orllli Ittle Uyer Pills first put up by hint over o ars ago Ono or two a laxative three or lour cathartic I Laplaces Theory Torn to Pieces A Chicago dipatch says LaplacesI Ring theory of tho nebular hypothe sis tor tno creation of tho universe which has stood service for more than a century in the scientific world i I torn to pieces by Prof FR Houlton of the University of Chicago who be lieves that he has made tho real solu tion of the evolution of our s61ar system Assisted by Pro Thomas 0 Chamberlain head of the Ueology de partment Prof Moulton has been working for more than four years to discover the Ring theory ana to sot up what he terms the spiral theory The results of their research were made known in u lecture onIITba evolution of the solar system deliver ringtindiversally up to the present time de theoryIwhich Prof Chamberlain and I hold is the spiral theoiy We believe a second suna disturbing sun moved down near our sun and caused on our sun enormous tides thousands of miles high The tides were similar to tho tides of the sea Ono tide was a tho point nearest the disturbing sun and the other tide was on tho opposite side The matter shot towards the distnrning sun Ordinarily it would have neon straight up but tno dis turbing sun moved around in an el liptical sort ol orbit Consequently all the masses thrown off wore Ina spiral whichgaccounts for the orbits of tne planets totthe large muclei which made tho minor planets After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Weak Heart Sour Risings Bad Breath and all Stomach troubles Sold by All Druggists Henderson Route Bridge Delayed Highwater has been the means of much delay In the construction of tho bridge across Salt river above West Point by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railroad Company The river has been biga all the summer and it has been impossible to make much headway on the bUilding of the two piers that will support the main span of the bridge Track laying has also been greatly impeded on the new line teat will run from Howard below West Point to Louisville It thno bridge over Salt river would bo com pleted by tne middle of September Work on the bridge is practically at a standstill Thursdays Courier Journal HAS STOOD rilE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You I now what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In u tasteless form No euro no pay SOc Conference at Leitchfield The Louisville couterence of the Methodist Episcopal church South will convene at Loitohfield on Wednes day Setember 27 It is not known just yet what places will ask for the conference next year but the opinion has been expressed by ono member of tho conference that Louisville vill be on that will likely do so Rov J T Rushing of Owensboro presiding elder of tho Owensboro dis trict will hold quarterly meeting on next Saturday and Sunday at the Methodist church in this city the last before the conference Drink Always at The Bottom A New York dispatch says According to a statement made byI Joseph Pool the veteran city magis trate more than 7700 women are abandoned In Now York by their hus bands in the course of a yenrIITbere is no war of telling the exact number I from court records said Magistrate Pool because tho husbands areI brought before us so orton on a charge other than that of abandonment for disorderly conduct for instance Then at the hearing the real charge is disclosed by the evidence Intoxication I should say from my experience in the different police courts is the chief cause of abandonment Drink is at the bottom of most all the trouble between man and wife and drinking habits are usually accom panted by brutality toward tho wife Drink and brutality seem togo togeth er t Sunny South Far Away Yettt The Sunny South or Swallow I Mantles floating p place No2 the to make Cloverport this ly will not be here for Jt weeks as she was as far up jthe Ohio as Huntington W Va the first of the week The unusually highC stage ot water this summer has mado Iit pOFslble for this show boat said to Iit the finest and moat popular afloat delay its trip south Col Ashby an Advertiser Col Will H Ashby the nurseryman or iionr Cloverport wes in the cite I Thursia advertising the MIlHOiiC har CiiH to lo nVM tit Clov rport on tbo lot prox CAnuelton Telephone j 1 + Unusual Damage By Rain Farmers throughout the Ohio valley are not the only persons who are now complaining of the seemingly endless wet season Reports have been receiv IsI by wholesale merchants from their customers throughout Kentucky andI Tennessee saying that in many sec tions there will be no tobacco and a- very small corn crop grown on tho lowlands More rain has fallen thi summer than during any other sum mer since 1875 During that year not ovtr a third of a crop was raisedL throughout the Ohio valley and the territory contiguous Thursday HI CourierJournal Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never fail ing in results are DeWitta Little Early Risers Tnese famous little pillsI are a certain guarantee against head ache biliousness torpid liver and alll of the ills result ug from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by All Druggists Cities And Government thte census bureau the aggregato transactions of the 175 cities of the United Stateshavlng a population of over 25 000 equal in magnitude those of the national government excluding th postal service The total corporate receipts for these cities amounted to 541024203 in 1003 and the total cor porate expenditures to f535804200 The national debt in 1004 amounted to 805157410 tine aggregate debt of the 175 cities exclusive of sinking fund assets Was 1134578783 Tho ro ceipts expenditures and dobt for the city of New York represent about one third of tho city totals To Locate at Hawesville The Hancock Clarion says that Dr PaulO Mitchell of Derby Ind who has done dental work in this county will soon locate permanently at Hawesville Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on wihout warning and prompt relief must be obtained There is noI necessity of incurring the expense of d physicians service in such cases iif Chamberlains Colic Cholera andl Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand A doseI of this remedy will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrive It hasI never been known to fail oven iic the most severe and dangerous casesI and no family should be without it For sale by Short Haynes Floating Wild West Show A Hosting wild west show has beenI organized at Pierre StjS by Capt Senechal Scotty Philips and C P Jordan The outfit will be planed on barges and will make nil the towns on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers The show will Include Sioux Indians cowboys wild Texas cattle and a herd of buffaloes For sunburn totter and all skin and scalp diseases DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal It is a ceortain cure for blind bleeding itcning and prctruding piles It will draw tne fire out of a burn and heal without leav ing u scar Boils old sores ciirbnnoles eta are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by All Druggistst Married at Hawesville Thomas H Hultz and Miss Annie F Tucker of Fisher B reckon ridge county were married in this city Monday by Rev Perrin Hancock Clarion Sick headache results from a disord ered condition of the stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes Wedding Takes Place Today The wedding of W B Henderson formerly of Webster to Miss Maude Lawton of Providence R I takes place today They will reside at New port G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Burhansof Carlisle Center N Y writesItAbout four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the bricK dust sediment andi pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that I havo never had a return of any of those symptoms luring tho four years that have elapsed and I am evidently gored to stay cured and heartily rea ommond Folers Kfdnoy Cure to anyone suffering trom kidney or bladder trouble Sold by A R Fisher The Profession of Getting flurtI Pearsons Magazine Some years ago while preparing an article on the ingenious str t gems of people who nr tend to he ill in order that they ratty be allowedl to occupy a soft bunk in a hospital I was amazed 4- f 4 P PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL ELIZABETHTOWN KY Chronic Diseases treated by Harmless Rational and HutlsfylnKMetliods Including Homeopathy Medlelll Electricity lIydroth TherapySujtltestIonAmong tho Chronic Diseases treated lire ThrontJlIronchlallndIndigestion Huadiiche Illes Fistula Itlieu madam Neuralgia Diseases of the nervous- s system Asthma Diabetes Neurasthenia Klseplessnuss Stammering St Vitus Dunce Paralysis EpilepsyLiver heart kidney and bladderdlseasesDropsyLamuneasScrufuluSequelao skin und Membranes Ulcers diseases pe cullar to females etc Superlluous hair and facial blemishes re Imoed by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary PublicI Ican suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take theI acknowledgement at your homejj This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited ateHardinsburg Ky StylishII Comfortable Tailor made clothesI All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in highII grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE ICasper May Co Canneltou Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set thng estates All collections rcas unable Cloverport Kentucky H DeN MOORMANI Attorney at Law- tlARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of and adjoining coun ties special attention given to collecting road cases und criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office ivei Hank of HardlnsburR I o i Wa A Walker fr DENTIST h fft Satisfaction guaranteed fai I mIfjj rtlIIARDINSBURU KY X j Redwood and cedar shinglesI Redwood beveled siding Skill sides 20 inches wide fold 20 feet long No1 Y P laths Y P flooring and ceiling White pine doors and sash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill to end a man whocomplalniug ot great pain in his toes was having them am putated ono by one merely thathe migut spend tho winter in St pital New York That seemed snatchFF quintessence of a paradox the j ing of comfort from the lap ot pain 1But there are people who waKe a re gular business of getting nurt people j who are eager to bo thrown down and j dragged oy trolley cars to suffer much bodily paic to be mutilated even to court death for the sake of a few dollars And the number of these jS gamblers with fate is so great that where they flock thickest there also M hurry lawyers who are eager to share S in the spoil These extracts and statements give however but an inkling of the real condition and its extent Before me as I write are the signed and sworn to confessions of many men and women who entered into conspiracies to de fraud who have undergone torture to bolster a case and who have been corroborated by witnesses who were ready to swear to any wild story under the schooling of lawyers to whom the crime ot chanperty would appear to have become obsolete And this is true not only of one city but of many if not all certainly of all the iI leading cities for I have observed the condition in Now Yorkin Chicago in Philadepnia in Bostonin StLouis in Cleveland and found it flagrant Indeed and communications received from many other cites prove it too well nigh universal I t Farmers Should Use Two Oars Up To Date Farming andEguided by using only one oar of Production The result is lie has been going round and round and never making any pro gress that may be considered certain Another oar Controlled Marketing Iis within reach but idle goy ing in a straight line heeded for t Prosperity This brat is filled with farmers and they are all pulling together using both oars Production and Controlled Marketing The editor of UpToDate Farming is in tne boat and ha calls to the solitary boatnun Use hot h oars brother and come with eel- Fiendish I Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Win Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salvo for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 5J5c at Short Haynes drug store guaranteed Subscribe for tho NEWS WEST VIEW Too late for last week W U Smith wont to Hardinsburg Friday C H Frank was in town Saturday afternoon Rev Foreman preached at the M E church Sunday Mrs W F Smily has recently been sent to the asylum I PIKE Mgr r rr r3 rr r 3r Fad 4 Walter and Hunter Henninger went to Leitchfield Friday- S M Henninger to Hardins burg Sunday afternoon Mrs C Royalty and daughter are visiting relatives here Virgil Goodman and wife visited relatives hero Thursday- S M Henninger sold a lot of liege last ween to Vic Robertson Misses Mattie FranK and Mannie Hart were in town Saturday- Dr J E Matthews went to Louis vine Monday on a business trip Miss Essa Matthews returned Mon day night from n visit to Fordsville J H Butler and Sam Laslie of Mook passed through town Thursday Hiss Blanche Claycomb passed through town Saturday oa her way homo Miss Mary Henninger is the guest of her grandfather Horace Hunter at Lei tchfield Several from this place attended the meeting at Spring Saturday night and Sunday St Francis Valley Lands Of Southwest Missouri and North east Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no fail uros Lands now cheap but advancing investigate this fall Homefieeltera1 rates Aug 15 Sept 0 and 10 Oct 3 and 17- Write for St Francis Valley booklet E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Subscribe for the NEWS N1N NNN N NNNNN i NNNNNNNIN NNN I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashiero i Morris Eskridge G W Beard DIRECTORS Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson against loss by fire or burglary 2t2Interest paid on time deposits NN ONNNN NNN NNNN+NNNNNN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 1872IW H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier CnshletIAccounts of Finns Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnisbedour customers free I NEW SAFF NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits euca First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits NNE tilNHNNiNiN THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky CAMPBELL r9r went Cave ii The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 300 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the citv- Everything neat andtclean J NN N DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION flERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY 1NNN NONN Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABB AGE School books etc I r r REMARKABLE ROADMAKER elL APPLIED TO DIRT ROADS i FORMS A SPLENDID SPEEDWAY Only Western Oil with Asphalt Base is Good for RondmaklnR Four Thousand Mlles Oiled Roads in California Inns often great results come from simple experiments In iSOS tins county of Los Angeles California made an experiment In the use of crude putroleum as a menus of laying the dust along a road six miles long in that r county The sole purpose of this work was merely to make travel along the t reud more comfortable for the dust If Section Road which churned beneath tilt wheels ot yearly iiuTrasing m 11111111111 tic lung dry seasons in that region hull become a serious nuisnix The fullowlng year probably double the mileage experimented with was oiled nnd other coun ties in the state nlno begin experi ments The results obtained wore so nstonlstaiiiif and so HiuvcMgful thatI tin practice rapidly Imrenspd livery county In nouthcrn California used oil mill thou the practice Isgau to spread jiortli Similar experiments however when carried out In the Kast proved complete failures the Eastern oil failed to blutl on the surface of the road nnd did nut lend to the desired result liter n number of experi ments it was foMiul lint while the Cali fornia oil bus nn uapbultuui base the Kastern oils hun a parallin bane tin dltTcrmica in comixmltion making the dlftoreiice in results attained A street in Washington was recently selected Roadjfor experimental pnrpuau1 n mUll her of mixtures o r nide oil hid iuilmltuui wore Kpreitd In adjmwt Tin clan lias Inon BtviidHy Improving and nt present there Iis promise of HWceM Prom this iusitfuifkuut experiment in duet Inying seven year ago nearly 1000 udlaa hnve reunited In California alono of iiuisnincent roadway + single application of road nil liinls to gether till scud and dirt lute It tough Unit waterproof stratum ivtviubllug an npphalt pavement Out light anmuil npplietitlon keeps Uw road in perfect condition Honda built on drifting send whore formerly trotting with a light buggy WitS liuiKMJulhle iHMmiic through the 1 uso of crude oil rcHllieiit and flrm so not only was driving with a team p nn easy task lint the saline of hoses could hillu14 tons more com fortably tlmn they formerly did tine 1 ton Slur ninny of the now discoveries in the West are of nuplmltuni petroleum the good roads movement over large areas is acquiring u natural and power fun impetus When practice of oiling roads wns first commented in California complaint was made that teams passing over n road freshly oiled would scatter the oil In nil directions Injuring clothing and ererybing else of a delicate I nature upon which It toll It Is a sin gular thing that this oil a few weeks niter sprinkling combines with the dirt and tho roadbed loses allI semblance of grouse While it Is a common occurrence for asphalt pavements in cities to become softened by the heat of the run to such a degree as to he Injured oy the wheels of heavily loaded wagons no dMlcnlty of tills character lens keen experienced with the surface of an oiled road The odor which is first experienced after the oil isI applied soon disappears al most entirely Other advantages notedI on oiled roads are the help to eyes ns there is no reflection of the sun from the roadway such as Is found on the white rood surfaces mad there is never any dust from an oiled road A of Oiled that Cats Long Ride Under Engine The driver of till 11i p m mall lion Pnddlngion to had an unauthorized passengerI on his engine and believes that lie will be lucky for the rent of his life In cause quence I lust1 before the train WitS due to pull out tlie driver went beneath his engine with his oil rail Suddenly the oil can dropped from his hand lie scrambled out hurriedly nUll told his contraries Unit he had sien a pair of fiery eyes glaring at him from the darkness Investigation with the aid of a lamp revealed black eat which had taken up a position between the engine nnd ItenderI Tho cat was invited to come forth lint declined to move A cleaner wont beneath the engine aid made an attack upon the position but the cat hind the advantage of higher ground and with such good effect that the cleaner retired lu confusion A Mixer Working on an Oiled j Sniitliini Hrctlon every A pair Westorn train Swindou replied An attack by porters with mops was easily beaten off The driver blew his whistle and let off steam hut without effect Even the tempting lure of a saucerful of milk was treated with scorn Time was up and the 01 started with the eat still in position When lie readied Swindou the driver found It In the same place covered with oill nnd coal dust but still defiant When the train returned to Padding ton next inomhic the feline travelerI alighted bedragglttil but triumphant With something like n swagger he stalked punt the astounded porters nnd collectors hint di ippeared In Knst bourne terrace to tell to his friends the tale of his 154mile journey AbroadSpending Money It Is estimated that the lOOOO Ainoricniis who have visited1 Kuropc tills summer hove spent an average 1000 each or a totalI of 110000 101 this Is quite n sum of money to out of tit country L Finished Oiled Uond lu Southern California I this An Unnecessary Adjunct- I suppose you will marry when youI grow up said the visitor pleasantly No replied the thoughtful little I girl innocently Mnmmn says papa is more care than the children so I guess the care of my children will be enough for me without the care of n husband A K R THE GREATEST OF TRUSTS OPERATIONS OF BEEF tRUST ANIJ RAILROADS INTIMATELY CONNECTED Charles E Russell Concludes MagaI zinc Articles Describing Methods of Trust and Suggests that Nor Side of Question Has Been Neg Jetted A remarkable series of articles wa I concluded In last months K very body si I Magazine entitled The Groutest Trust In the World by Chas K I Russell Hceitlng at length the vai Ions methods of the Beef Trust whlcfI J Mr Utissell shows controls not only- beef but practically all perishable products I and which he characterizes ns the greatest null most pernicious com filiation extant Mr Russell hacks up his assertion with fncts nnd figures Itct show that this plant combination not I only grinds the producer of cattle anti other livestock down to n bare exist enoe lithely controlling the amount of the 1production of neat animals hut that It regulates and manipulates the price of meat for the whole American piople with the same certainty that the owner of a patent medicine whose secret compounds are known only to himself llxes the price of his nostrum Mr Russell asks- What Is the Remedy Now what is to be done There would be plenty of Independent pack ing concerns In operation within six months to prevent monopoly In cattle buying and meat and general produce soiling If there could be any reason able certainty of fair treatment In railroad rates anti facilities Twenty firms would commence building tolJ day If they could have the assurance of an honest enforcement of the law Therefore the mainspring of this matter Is the railroad question Solve that and at once you settle the fate of tills greatest of monopolies But how he asks will you sOlIthe railroad question Not by passing more laws about it Is it anything hut lunacy to suppose that a power able to override defy and nullify the existing statutes will be awed by anymore of these paper bulletins We have laws enough now Present Laws Should Prevent Rebates Human Ingenuity cannot find any more explicit prohibition of rebates thou the present laws contain What Is the sense of multiplying prohibitions that do not prohibit 1 How eau you prevent n thing that many thousands of reputable business men are trying to obtain for themselves and about which the community has hazy or undefined views The weakness of the Autl Trims movement so far Is that it is economic Instead of humanitarian and moral That is it Is based on the Idea that some trust has diminished the profits of some Individuals and these indi viduals are justified in complaining until their profits are restored and then they are equally Justified in keep Ing silence So long as we can be- fooled into thinking the trusts good If they make our Individual business good so long we shall hava theso went combinations encroaching upon und overpowering the Government Public Opinion Always Supreme Laws are enforced by the pressure of public opinion behind them There Isa little pressure of public opinion behind till enforcement of law against rev hates the part of the people Ithat Differs from the results of rebates dues not know why It suffers and till part I I 11ItI Pot itself Unties to got them mill tries III all possible ways to got them Its n painful fact states Mr Itussell That of the men that complain most onln mill most loudly against thl etl onditions fen would admit anything wrong in rebates if they could secure for themselves the advantages which of I titer decry in others Idle Schemes of Politicians I There must be no more le l1tesC Vies the excited reformer well aware hat the rebate is the root of all trust vil Well said good reformer But cow will you stop rebates One 1110II vests to enlarge the Mowers of the Intcrstate Commerce Commission tumid Jill proposes to establish rateregu ating courts and one proposes Uttpiclal session of Congress and ollelimposes tills law or the other Mean iful pastimes of the political mind rthea we get sick mill tired of rev IIlOllc ire trying to get them for ourselves A highly Moral Questiont Bo that after nil the question Is n I noral one Unless the people of the ountry are willing to adopt a somo ivhat new plan of business refuse compromises nnd refuse to accept specially advantageous arrangements or themselves in other words until we get upon n higher moral plnJie and esolve at the same time that we are lemandlng that there shall be equal air and Just treatment for every me that we ourselves will refuse to cek or avail ourselves of any special irivllege unless this sentiment be ones general throughout nil the poo ile there is little hope of may real lermanent relief Certainly it cannot hI accomplished by 1legislation nnd the enactment of laws which nee not annot and will not be enforced be ause of lack of public sentiment and leuiaud to require enforcement Salt Industry in the United States The people of the United States are pparently very fond of the bitter as hey are of the sweet for during the rear 1004 they consumed 23110071 larrels of salt During the same year lucre was a total production of salt In till United States of 22030002 bar 1l18 of 280l pounds having a valuation of 0021222 This production In 1004 vas the largest ever reported except In 1002 A feature worthy of note luring 1004 was the increase In the production of rock salt 1103020 liar els being the amount wined The greatest share of this came from Louislana where rook salt Is easily aid cheaply procured from the mounds found in the southern part of time State 1 PAN AMERICAN RAILWAY WILL BE THELONGFSTANDMOST IMPORTANT RAILWAY LIFE Iff TUB WORLD Links Amounting to Only 4825 Miles arc Required to Complete a Track Over Ten Thousand Miles Long Between New York and Buenos Ayres South America The British ore gradually closing up the gaps between tho ends of the rail way line to span the African Continent froth Cape Totyu to Cairo and the railway to connect the United Stntes with its neighbor the Argentine Republic nt the lower end of the Southern Con tluent lacks but 4825 miles of the 10471 miles between Now York und Buenos Ayres of being completed Since 1S20 when President Monroe de clared It our policy to cultivate friend ly relations anti lend out more than moral support to the South American growllIJdesIrepeople of these southern lands A practical move In that direction was never made until the winter of 1SS900 when Secretary of State Blnlne land representatives from seventeen repub Ics in conference nt Washington The momelltfOJpracticable route was possible at n cost of less ban 200000000 giving us AyesBevery republic south of us nud each one could be made tributary to this great intercontinental line Mexico bas about 10000 tulles of track the Central American countries u little over 1000 null South America a little than 28000 Railway Connection Desired Yearly meetings of the PanAmeri can Hallway Commission have been held since 1000 At the meeting In Washington last spring Charles M epper Commissioner of the Confer ence submitted a report which f n y i President Roosevelt transmitted tc Congress in which it was shown that from personal investigation there was earnest wish on the part of nilI the republics to enjoy railway connection with their great elder brother of the North to whom they sell SO per cent more products than they buy from him At thus recent meeting IL G Is Chairman said Several of the republics are now en 1t 11 in constructing railroads which will serve as links In the chain while others are making surveys which can bo used lu the further construction of main line Before the railways were built between the United States and Mexico about 15 per cent only the imports and exports of Meslco- I was with this country but now nearly the entire commerce of Mexico Is with the United States We buy from the and South American republics much more than we sell to them only about 20 per cent of their import trade being with this country Steamship lines from South America to Europe largely control this untie When railAmerican railway Is built however 710 foreign power can ever successfully Interfere or compote with In out trade relations with the republics south of us Monarchies Oppose Republics It Is not natural for monarchies to republics We know that a of Europeau monarchies under the name of the Holy Alliance to prevent the Spanish colonies from becoming dependent And we know too that long afterward efforts were made to restore monarchy on this continent Monarchlal countries wont the trade of republican coun tries but they do not want to encour age republican institutions and free government The United States wants the trade of the republics south of us but It also wants to see them continue us free republics Its friendship und Its help they can depend on for that purpose Railroads are pioneers and develop the country through which they go The wonderful resources of the United States would not have been known had not the railroads made their develop intuit possible The countries to the south with their 50000000 of people are rich iu all that makes for material OLDS MOBILES for 1905 Highest Workmanship Cars for Immediate Delivery Olds Motor WorksDETROIT MICH wealth and prosperity and their products are wanted In the North In ex change for the commodities found there Importance of Railway The PanAmerican railway would not only Increase the friendly relations of the countries it would connect but be of vast political and commercial Importance to all the republics of the Western Hemisphere It is contem plated by the PanAmerican Railway Committee to bring the Importance of the subject of the construction of the road as a national question to the at tention ojT the next Congress It was the expressed opinion of Andrew Carnegie that if the United States gave the 100000000 toward Solid black lines represent tho railroad mileage already constructed Dotted lines representthestretch1r builti theII i the railway now spent yearly on navy conditioned upon tho South American republics pledging their credit for an equal sum we should do more to eliminate the element of dan gem which at best is swain than we shall in all the warships wo can build CI FUSSY TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES Correspondents Washington Newspaper Receive Curious Orders From Home Papers Newspaper men In Washington often receive very queer assignments nUll messages from the home office and it Is sometimes only nfter close reason ing that they lire able to figure out what Is wanted One of these correspondents received n message recently to Send 500 ad ditional rats Tills of course was easy nfter he learned that an assist ant sent In n short description about ridding the Capitol of rats Another writer was staggered when he got a telegram from his managing editor which read Your story does not agree with our headline Please explain Someone had probably mixed up the headings lit the latter part of last February one correspondent was telegraphed by a new editor not familiar with Wash In ton affairs to get Interviews with distinguished Congressmen and send on a story giving their opinion when Congress would adjourn The news paper mon telegraphed back Unless Congress violates the Constitution it will adjourn at noon March 4 Another member of Newspaper Row received from his New York paper what Is considered the prize order 1 e Theres something In the air scud two thousand words 1ADear Little Now Playmate tot tho Children tI THE CAR THAT GOES Lowest Prices Iltfays leave Them Laughl- agtLlldll you Say GoodDye 0 All Aboard I Bill had n billboard Bill also lad a board bill The board bill bored Bill payhisbillboard to pay his hoard bill ibo board bill no longer pored Bill Wins Either Way Uncle ItubeSo that patent medi clue feller made you a handsome of fer Uncle SlGrent Jf I git cured he puts my plcter in the advertising column an if I dont in the obituary All I have to do is to buy the modlcjno and take it according to directions Trouble Ahead for Tobacco Trust- A medical journal states tint a new drug uiurrnhunna is the recent Inven tion of a professor of the University of Chicago It Is sold to be a substi tute for tobacco opium cocaine and hasheesh and as deadly us all of them put together Dispatches of the daily press also state that Mr Rockefeller is contemplating an additional endow ment to the Chicago University of 00 million dollars Is it possible that Standard 011 is going to put the to bacco trust andthe opium trust and nil other like trusts entirely out of business JtYnnk+ A New town In Massachusetts a short time ago had occasion to visit Europe and during his trip to Rome was shown a certain shrine before which burned n solitary taper The taper was explained by the guide as haying burned before this par ticular shrine for over seven hundred years He Iis a miraculous taper stated the guide Never he has been put out lie have burned for seven lung century and trot once has be been extinguish The Yankee was silent with awe for n moment nnd then leaning his lank hotly far over ho gave tIll light n gen tie puff extinguishing the flnme With a triumphant chuckle lie turned to his stricken guide and exclaimed Waal its uout now II Pointed Paragraphs from the Chicago News The Tax Assessor meets a great litany tutu of untold wealth The Income of n married mnn Is any where from 0 P 101 to a A M Because a photographer always takes a negative It Is1 not a sl that he will say takeno when asked to something Records are brittle thing You cant lower one without breaking It Hemember Sampsons fate young man and be careful how you use your Jawbone A Few AfterThoughts Wbnt has bocomc of Hill asks a New York paper David B James J or Sou Tuau Rnlsonll who kidnapped lou Pcrdlcardls r Is no longer a bandit limit has become a i iroiulueut Moroccan politician Thus It U when a man hits the downward troll The apple growers want a representative In the Cabinet There can be no question that apples were Intended by nature for the Interior department Secret Service officials report that very little counterfeit money Is Uoliig made lu tile country It Is probably more profitable ind less dangerous to go into high finance lu New York City I Secretary Shnw says thnthe hanode Juo plans for leaving the Treasury mid acv opting the presidency of any large titian ilnl Institution Of course this Is not eon Iderlng the United Suites oaa Jlarge uauclal Institution Mr Rockefeller is now credited with mvlng obtained control ot the pouch trust But he will never get the pencil pushers Pennsylvania It Is stated lends In tho production of natural gas Which kind Tho Washington Post remarks that Sea 100ksllkeUutIesword Hades Birds of a feather do not always flock to gether nt least lu harmony The hawk and the chicken are sometimes very close but both mire not nt the time enjoying life It Is perhaps Just as well to teach little girls fairy tales for then they wont sound teemlitterEven with tho five principal senses nil well developed It Is nn excellent thing to have common sense An Ill wind It Is Indeed that blows no good Even the had cooks are blessed by manufacturers of dyspepsia tablets buslnellsItoflawyersdevoted to evading and chesting the law I titimeot thlll generation have kept the majority of them guessing tho r lItot tho time 0Dfaesaebusettnsthreatened ofthevarleyti jiMpBP ffilg jjGT WBIMpL Itl w The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 30 1005 HARDINSBURG County court day last Monday Col W K Barnes was in Louisvill lastAveek t Mst3arab J Norton of Webster was in town Monday ColE L Robertson of Glendeano was in the city Friday A B Skillman ot Cloverport was in the city last Thursday Court Cox of Louisville is visiting hfs mother Mrs Susan Cox James D Nobiett of the MoDanle neighborhood was in town Monday Col Late Green of Falls of Rough was in town Monday on a husines trip A number of persons trom this place attended the picnic at McDaniels Saturday Miss Lytie Ford left Tuesday morn ing for Kasnas City and Colorado Springs About sixty persons from this place went to Louisville Saturday on the exomsion Roscoe Severs of Richmond Va was in town the first of the week vis iting friends Dr J D Walsh of Louisville as the guest of Mr and Mrs Clayton Beard Sunday Edward Montgomery of Owensboro was in town several days of last week visiting friends- A large crowd of Hardinsburg folk will attend the Masonic picnic at Cloverport Friday Thomas W Bowmer of Louisville was here Sunday visiting his mother Mrs R H Bowmer Judge Wm Ahl and daughter Miss Willa Ahl were the guests of relatives at Hawesville Sanday- T J Hook has moved the stock scales from the north front of the con Ithoupe to his flouring mill Miss Virginia Hensley returned home Friday from a visit to relatives at Irvington and Brandenburg- St Rcmualds Acadamy will open next Monday A good faculty has been engaged for tho school year Miss Eula Hensoly and John DShaw were the guests of Mr and Mrs R S Skillman at Stephensport Thursday William Beard has purchased a house and lot on Court Place of the Bank of Hardinsburg Consideration 310Prof John Collins the principal of the public Hohool arrived last wees and has taken rooms at Mr and Mrs Taylor Beards WEBSTER All roads led to Raymond last Sun dayA protracted meeting is in progress at RavmondSam deputy sheriff was here on business last week H H Norton went to Louisville last week with a load of stock Miss Ruth Gill of Louisville isI visiting at If II Hatfields J L Malm and wife of Louisville visited at Dr S P Parks last week Misses Mary Payne and Maude Witt of Bewleyville visited Irs Jas Witt last week The Hon John bolt of Lewisport candidate for state senator was here SaturdayMesdames J P and H G Stewart off Louisville arrived Monday to be the guests of Mrs II B Kurtz Miss Mary Lewis of Brandenburg and Miss Edith Lewis of Louisville visited Mrs S P Parks last Monday W B Henderson find bride off Providence R L are expected here next Saturday to be the guests of hisI parents T B Henderson and wife Hal Drane or A J Dye two Repub licans of this district of the Roosevelt Joe Allen type would either add tone strength and prestige to the Republican sheriffs ticket Ayerst Why is it that Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remark able things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life into it The hair Hair Vigor cannot keep from growing And gradually all the dark rich color of early life comes back to gray hair When I first need Aycr Hair vigor my hair was about all tinny Hut now It Ii n nlie rich blank find HI thick in I could wiliM Mite SUSAN KLorKKNariKW TmcumWa Ala flIroabotllo ie AYBnro All lruilMii forinwverweiMei ae Gray Hair e k l 1- hi i V t 7j1 1 otr fOR WOMEN AND WOMEN ONLY IMuch That Every Woman Desires to Know About Sanative Antiseptic Cleansing and the Care of the Skin Scalp Hair and Hands WHAT CUTICURADOES WOMEN I Too much stress cannot be placed on the great value of Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills in the antisep tic cleansing of the mucous sur faces and of the blood and circulating fluids thus affording pure sweet and economical local and constitutional treatment for weakening ulcerations inflammations itchings irritations relaxations displacements pains and irregularities peculiar to females Hence the Cuticura remedies have a wonderful iinfluence in restoring health strength and beauty to weary women who have been prematurely aged and invalided by these distressing ailments as well as such sympa thetic afflictions as anaemia chlorosis hysteria and nervousness Women from the very first have fully appreciated the purity and sweet ness the power to afford immediate relief the certainty of Sreedyapd permanent cure the and great economy which have made Cuticura the standard humour remedy of the civilized worl- dTORTURING HUMOR Cured by Cuticura I suffered five years with a terrible itching eczema my body and face being covered with sores Never in my life did I experience such awful suffering and I longed for death which I felt was near I had tried doctors and medicines without success but my mother insisted that I try Cuticura I felt better after the first application of Cuticura Ointment and was soon entirely well Mrs A Etson Belle- vue Mich Cullcur Sotp Ointment and Pllli err toM throughout the world Potter Drug aCbrmCurpnoduuSulerrope OJScod forA nook lor 11o- mnIRVINGTON Several from here went on the eA cursion to Louisville Saturday Miss Dolly Claycomb of Louisville spent Sunday the guest of her parents Mrs Glovie Wrathor was in Har dinsburg last week on business Clarence McUlothlan of Louisville spent Sunday in Irvington the guest of relatives Mrs A B Coleman and Miss Mar ietta Cain left Tuesday for u visit in Louisville Mrs Lloyd of Louisville was here Sunday to see her sister Mrs Leona AdkissonWill returned Sunday from Chenanlt where he hat been visiting for some time Mrs Dave Bishoff has gone to Long Branch to see her mother Mrs Lawson for a few days Roland Smith leaves for Louisville Friday to accept a position with W B BelKnap S Co Mrs Brady and Miss Jessie Brady left last week for Horse Branch Fords ville and other points Mr and Mrs D C Heron and daughter Mary left Tuesday for Cory don Id to attend the fair Mr and Mrs Chas Marsnall and daughter Ruth have gone to White Mills to visit relatives for a week Will McCall of Louisville was here Sunday and Monday the guest ol his sister inlaw Mrs Leo McCall Mr and Mrs R Mack Herndon arrived Sunray from Henderson to visit relatives and friends for several days Mrs J K Bramlett and children returned Saturday night after a two weeks visit to ner brother at Alton IndMts Lou Bishoff and Mrs Bettie Springate were in G Baton Saturday the guests of Mr and Mrs WmI SpringateThe Reading Club will meet with Mrs R M Jolly Friday afternoon at 4 OClOCK with Mrs Hynes as leaderMr Mrs Chas Chamberlain re turned last week from a most pleasant visit to his old home at Clmrdon and Cleveland MrsNora Board and children returned last week from Hardinshnrg whero she has been visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Beard The public school opened Monday morning with Miss Wbittinghill as principal and MIES Eula Hensley as primary teacher WatKins fe Kennedy of Elizabeth town bought forty head of four to seven year old mules and shipped them to this town last week Miss sIva Mudd Ethel Coifor and Jessie BrooKS have returned to their respective homes after a lengthy visit to tho Misses JUndd Master Harold Turner left Sunday for Louisville after spending several weeks with his grandparents Mr nnd Mrs WmrCornwall xaesa t Mrs W J Piggott and Mrs L E Henderson went to West Point last Thursday to attend the Womens For eign Missionary Society which met there Miss Marshalls school wilt beigi Monday Sept 4 The now building iis ready aud will be nicely equipped It is beantifnly situated in tho now addition and is provided with cloa room and music room in addition to tho commodious school room For terms of tuition apply to Miss Edit Marshall Irvington Ky The reception given by Mrand Mrs John R Wimp Monday evening ii iu honor of Mr R Mack and bride of Henderson wan greatly ecioyed by nIl present Tne house and lawn was beautifully decorated with pot plants cut flowers and Jananese lanterns Most delicious refreshments were ser ved during the eveni- ngSTBPHENSPORT W B Cunningham of Chenault was in town Saturday F C Ferry of Louisville visIted at the home of E A Miller last week Mrs Will Lennon and children have returned to their home at Harding burgMisses Emma and Bottle Allen vIsit- ed at Abe Allens at Chenault last FrIday Miss Virginia Hensloy of Hardins burg visited her aunt Mrs Skill man last weeK Mrs Robt Vaughan and children of Lexington are visiting her mother Mrs L B Helm Mrs Pike Conn and daughter Co inne were in Louisville last Wednesday and Thursday Miss Eula Hensley and John D Shaw of Bardinsburg were visitor at Mr Skillmans Thursday Urns Cunningham and wife of Derby were in town Friday evening en route home from Louisville Mr and Mrs Will Dowel and family of Oak Hill W Va were guest of the family of Wash Payne last Saturday Prof Staten of Bowling Green was here Saturday in the interest of the lonthern Normal school and Bowling Green business college Mrs Philch Hawkins and daughter jeelah Belle attended tho teacners association here Saturday pnd were nests of Mrs R A Shellman Pike Conn has bought out Mr lutsohkes interest in the livery stable Mr Conn will make some improvements in tho furnishings of the stable and all desiring good rigs and Iriving will find him ready to uccom aodato them Prof Collins the now principal of the Hardinsburg school was in town Saturday in the interest of the school Ve bespeak for Hardiosburg a successful school and trust the oncenoted normal school of Hardinaburg will be established riYSTIC Mrs Eliza Dowell is on the sick list Roy Beanchamp has returned home from Tuscola III J TBaeham of this place has been ick for the last two weeks There was a good attendance at Walnut Grove church Sunday- C L Pate has been some worse vith rheumatism for several days B F Harrison had a large attendance at his barn raising last Wednesday Lonnio Miller of Paynesvllle visited at his uncle Warren Millers last veekThe Raymond meeting has had a large attendance from this neighborS food Nelson Mollie and wife spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs B F Joanchamp Many from this place are expecting to attend the Masonic picnic at Cloy rport next Friday Hewitt Payne son of Mrs Harret Paynefell from a swing lost week and islooated his wrist Miss Etlie Roberts of this place has gone to make her home with her sister Mrs Dooley of near Hardins burl Dudl- eyBEWLEYVILLE Sam lan e has returned to his home 10 Texas Thos J Trlplett gave a birthday inner Friday Mrs Bottle lJelt has been visiting Mrl R D Cain Mrs Z T Stith has been quite sick for several days Mr and Mrs Ed Trlplett of Louisville attended the dinner Friday Threo weeks of our school are gone and all tho pupils so far aro good Silas Jordan lett Friday to visit relatives in Texas the next half year Mrs Robert Trlplett left Saturday morning for her homo in Louisville Mr and Mrsr George Lewis of arrolton are guests of Mrs Chas irury 4 a- a 0- r1 0t H p Dr Henry Drury writes to friends that he is prospering finely in his Texas home Rev Hynes preached an excellent I sermon here Sunday morning We vote to nave him returned next year ii- Mrs Anna Clayman and two laugh ters of St Louis who nave been guests of Taos P Hardaway returned homo Tuesday Mrs D U Moorman and daughter Mildred who have been the guests of relatives hero the past week hav returned homo The protracted meeting at Hill1 Grove conducted by Rev JenKins iis well attended and will continue through this week Misses Ina McCoy Kathleen Walker and Boyle Cain Mr and Mrs Wnde Drury Tom Drury and Charles McCoy were on the excursion to Louis ville Saturday Golden Rod MATTINGLY Mrs Maae HawKins and little son Godfrey are quite sick H Born Aug 21 to taro wife of Fladge Whitehouse a son Mr and Mrs B F Frank visite relatives at McQuady last Saturda and SundaytMrs Betty Huff and MrsElla Skill man of Owensboro are visiting thei sister Mrs Samuel Taul Mr and Mrs Alfred Hawkins visit ell her parents Mr and Mis C B- Pa te at Cloverport last Sunday Mrs Frank Muttingly Mrs R C Matt ngl Mrs Wave Pate were guests of Mr and Mrs James Perkins last Sunday Miss Maggie Pate of Cloverport came out last Saturday to visit her grandparents Mr and Mrs C D HambletonMr Mrs Joseph Taul of nea Ulover creek was the guests of hisI son and family Mr and Mrs W B i Paul last undaytMr and Mrs John Jones of FordsD villa and Miss Maggie Bates of Pis gah visited their aunt Mrs Samuel Paul last Saturday and Sunday Mrs 0 W Sanders and childrenJ MorrIs and Pauline of Evansville ara visiting her parents Mr and MrsI T NBrickoyand other relatives hereI iW Bassett for Deputy Sheriff Hardinsburg Ky Aug 20Speo- ial S W Bassett has consented toII make the race for deputy sheriff on the Republican ticket He did not desire to make the race but was prevail sd upon to do so Mr Bassett as deputy I sheriff under Mr Payne vnas made a tine record and his name will add great strength to the ticket Republican Committee Meeting To tho Republican county com mIttee You are hereby notified t meet at Hardinsbnrg at 1 oclock pm Saturday Sopt 2 Important msiness will come before the committee and every member is urged to be present Gus Shellman Chm Ball Game Called Off Geo Zimmerman aud Joe Wittmer- of Cannelton were in the city Friday on their way home having been at obinsport to call off the ball game that wile to have been played there Sunday with Tobinsport on account of four of auneltons players being disabled Subscribe for the Naw- sBIiSPRING Miss Edna Dowell is visiting in Louisville Mrs Julia Clarkson spent lat week at Grayson Spirngs School opened Monday Miss Mamie rrent being the teacher IHDWES P- i4JICQ GLASSts TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar man- ner110 as to give a much larger clearer field than any other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be ap preciated only by those who have tried them They arawlthout question the most scientifi cally constructed glasses that have ever been made and when made Into BIFOCALS near sighted and farsighted glasses combined singlelensof any other form of Bifocal Glasses byTby them and their authorized agents under a positive guarantee that If they do not give satisfaction In everyway they may be returned and tho money paid for them will be refunded II you have any trouble with your eJeIlor K glasses have not given you Jourand satisfaction In every may write to us enUonlngthIs I Tl Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY Mrs R S Swan of Flaherty spent Tuesday with Mrs Strother Raymond Moorman was at Brandon burg several days last week C D Hardaway and wife were vis itors at Dr Strothers Friday Mrs Juldth Stith ot Florida Is visiting the home of Mrs James V ClarksonThe ad esr Aid social met with Misses Vennie and Virda Moorman Saturday night eClay MoGehee of Brandenburg spent a few days with Raymond Moor man last week Dr Sam Sixth of Enron was the guest of Dr Strother Tuesday evening and attended the reception Dr Moorman Hardaway left Saturday for Bewleyvlllei where he will do dental work for a week Misses Mattie Taylor of Kansas City Mo and Alice Swan of Flaherty spent last week with Miss Strother Mrs Strauss and children returned to their home in Louisville after several weeks stay with her sister Mrs Meyer Messrs R S Dowel and C U wedhogslioadey of tobaccoMrs DC Moorman nnd daughter Hire guests of their aunt Mrs E A Stro they Friday and Saturday Mr arid Mrs Geo Kerfoot and daughters Nettie Meador Roba and Hazel of Shawnee Okla were hero visiting relatives last week Miss Margaret dayman of St Louis Mo and Pierce Hardaway of Bewleyville were visitors at the home of Dr Strother Thursday night and Friday Mr Shumate has completed the anris a great improvement The young ladies are now preparing to have the interior painted and papered an will not be a prettier church Iin village Mrs WH Strother and Miss Zelma Strother entertained Tuesday evening Aug 22 with a garden party in honor of their visitors Miss Taylor of Kansas City Mo and Miss Swan Vine Grove Tney worn assisted iin receiving by their visitors and Misses Edna Dowell and Goldie Hardm served frappe The house was beautifully decorated with foliage plants and cut Mowers Miss Jennie Moyer received the ladies prize and Mr Raymond Moorman the gentlemens prize for guessing the greatest number of flow ers correctly After the guessing contest was over refreshments were served buffet FREEFor a club of three subscribers to the- BreckenridgeNewsl h at 100 a year 300 we will i send one of these twobladed pocketknives worth J5 ents The blades these knives are de of the bests el file and wire tested and guaran teed to take and keep a keen cutting edge and warran ted uncondition ally by the manu facturers If one of them prove the least defective all you have to do is to return the knife and get a new one If you are a sub scriber renew your own subscription and get two others to subscribe with you and get one of these good and sub stantial pocketknives It is just the knife for a farmer or a farmers boy Sent post paid to any post office in in the U S BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky ii A VETERAN OF THE BLAI HAWK MEXICAN AND THE CIVIL WARS JCAPTJ 7 Sufferings Were Protracted andSever Tried Every Known Remedy With out Relief Serious Stomach Trouble Cured by Three DoilIes ofPerunal Oapt w w Jackson 705 O St N WV Washington DO writes I am olghtythreo years old a veteran of tho Black Hawk Mexican and tho Civil Wars I am by profession- a physician but abandoned tho samo Someyears ago 1 was seriouslyaf levied with catarrh of the stomach My sufferings were protracted and severe I tried every known remedy without obtaining relief In desperation I began the use el your Peruna 1 began to realize lot mediate though gradualImprovement IdAfter tho uso of three bottles every appearance of my complaint was removed and I have nc hesitation in recd ommondlng it as an Infallible remedy for that dlsorderW W Jackson Address Dr S B Hartman PresIdent of The Hartman Sanitarium Colam inns Ohio DUKES ofMre Anna Slaughter is improving J H Basham went to town with a load of wheat Friday Born to the wife of Finis Basham a fine boy August 23TMr and Mrs Ernest Basham Q the gueats of her grand mother Sands a Miss Sue McGavock was the guest f Misses Pearl and Carrie Basham Wed nesdayMrs Birdie Bowling and little son Tommie were the guests of Mrs Ellen Basham Wednesday Misses Edna Powers Ella Gist Eula Lynch and Tula Lamb were the guests of Misses Veutress and Flora Newbury SundayMr and Mrs Cicero Reardon and children of Weber visited her parents Mr and Mrs L Newbury Saturday and Sunday Cd3f TORZABear theThe Kind You Hate Always BwgM Slgutue ofW E have all kinds of Rubber Goods of tho very best quality and as cheap as =can be had any place Household sTyilnge 5 hard rubber pipes regular prim 12 OUR PRICE 150 Comfort Seamless Bulb Syringe Shard rubber pipes regular OURPRICI3 Soc Household No 1 2 pipes regular OUR PRICE 60c Goodrich Family syrlnltcrmetalvalves 2 price 7bc OUR PRICE 40c 2 Quart Leader Combination fountain Syringe and Hot Water Bottle regular OUR PRICES 125 2 Quart Victory Fountain Syringe 3 pl 125ODURHousehold Rotary Spray Ladles Syringe two syringes In one regular price 1175 IFDavolsIF OUR PRICE 100 Household Ladles Syringe No2 f125 OUR PRICE 75c t JthoJ or pain the affected parts tJwhile In operation regular price 60c OUR PRICE 30C All good housekeepers know tho value of spices lies In the strength and flavor Our spices are tar stronger than tho ordinary spIcesr p and possess full richness or flavor J pureWeand plcklu season ut reasonableoprices LYONS DEMPSTER 3j Irvington Ky Groves Tasteless Chill Tonicl MlIioabottlesEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Mode JlootlJVerPili 1 J 1 e1 1 i r If