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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a- i =LI- r i THE BRECKENRIDG E NEWSti t I 1111IJOHN HUEBANK NEGRO PORTER i ffKILLS ALFRED RAY ON TRAIN WILL BLAIN WOUNDED IN ROW Alfred Ray was shot and instantly seriouslyrthough not fatally wounded in a fierce fight on passenger train No 44 on the Henderson Route last Wednesday afternoon while going at full speed about a quarter of a mile wjst of Stephennport John HuebanK a col ored porter on the train isMn jail at negroIwoman of Evansville who was a V passenger on the train is held as a 4 participant In the affray it being believed by some that she shot Blain The trouble in which Ray lost his i life began it is said shortly alter companionsaStephensportaHawesvillowherenThough accounts of the affair are r pretty badly mixed it appears that genr era on i tried to take possession ot it Accord ing to the story of Kiohard Stites of LouisvIlle the conductor all were r drinking and seemed eager to create trouble Some of the party surrended their tickets but Stites had some trouble with Ray and Blaine in col j letting their fares He was thrown down and choked by the unruly passengers and badly handled until C C Bickel the newsboy came to his rescue The combatants were separated before any serious damage was done to any one the fairs collected and the men were quitod for a time When the Shooting Began- A little later John Huetank the colored porter had occasion to enter l Kite smoker where the drunken men jwere seated They chased him out and threatened to exterminate every negro on the train Some of them drew knives on him and Blain shot at him it is said They then cnased a negro preacher from Owensboro named Prewitt through the train to the tender where they threw a whiskey bottle at him when trainmen stopped them The wrath of the party seemed t3 be centered on Huebank They pressed him soclosely pursuing him into the coloied compartment of the smoker that he turned drew his pistol and tired The crowd scat tered leaving Ray and Blain lying on the floor of the coach Ray was shot through the forehead and killed instantly Blain was shot near the hip bone Several shots were fired but nobody seems to know whether Hnebank fired all of them or the Tolivor woman took part in the affair The newsboy on the train claims to justIafter the shooting and several passengers are said to have stated thut more than cne gun was brought into play but Huebank was the only one I who admitted he had a weapon Blain and his companions left the train at Stephensport The shooting created a panic among the passengers and no two told the same storv of I the affair Conductor Stites was not Good Attendance at Public School The Cloverport public school opened Monday morning with a good attend ance Prof J P King principal Edmund Wroe Miss Jennie Patterson and Miss Maggie Wroe first second and third assistants respectively f Thefin the school books according to the new State school book law t Subscribe for the News I To Fresco Two Local Churches Coenen Bros of Morganfield se onred the contract Monday to fresco tie Methodist and Catholic churches Jf wthismty The work will be done the latter part of this month v I Y Catarrhl Is a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition It often causes headache and dizziness Impairs the taste smell and hearing af fects the vocal organs disturbs the stomach- It Is always radically and permanently cured by the bloodpurifying alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparillaii This great medIcIne has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending oU scrotum or the scrofulous habIt IILLI aro tho itCtnartlc 71I00DS in the smoker when the shooting oc curred and does not know who fired theshots Rays body was taken on to Irving ton but was returned later to Stephens port where his fnneral was held Thursday afternoon He leaves wife and several children Porter and Woman Arrested At Irvington Marshal D W Henry boarded the train and arrested Hue bank the Tolliver woman and the nergn preacher The preacher and the woman were questioned in regard to the affair and then released but Huebank was taken to Hardinsbnrg and lodged in jail for safe keeping The story of the affair as told above is substantially the same as that given out by Supt AM McCracken of the Henderson Route after an investiga tion of the shooting The inquest into the deatn of Ray was held at Irvington Saturday It was found that Ray came to his death by being shot by Hqebank who was justified in doing the shootingin self defenseThe Tolliver woman was rearrested last Friday in Louisville at the re quest of Breckenridge county author- Ities and taken to Hardmsbnrg as some new evidence was learned of that seemed to implicate her In toe affair She denies that she took part in itThe ball with which Blain was shot was extracted from a point near the spine Entering near the hip bone it passed through about eight inches of the flesh He is expected to recover =The feeling in the county is in favor of the negro though there are a few people at Stephen sport whose feel ing is bitter against him The consen sus however is that he had sufficient provocation Trials are Postponed Hardinsburg Ky Sept 5Spec- ial The cas s of the Commonwealth vs John HnebanK the negro porter charged with the murder of Alfred Ray on a Henderson Route train near Stephensport last Wednesday and of the Commonwealth vs Emma Tolliver an Evansville negress charged with shooting and wounding Will Blain were called before Judge Matthias Miller this afternoon for the preliminary hearing Tne com monwealth announced that it was not ready for the trial on account of tho absence of material witnesses Then the attorneys for the defendants made a motion for bail The bond ot Hue bank was fixed at 5 00 and of the Tol liver woman at 400 and it is believ ed that both defendants will give bondThe trial of both cases has been in definitely postponed the day of the trial to be agreed upon later by the attorneys on both sides Dr Will Wimp of Stephensport who has been attending Blame who is the principal absent witneas says hog will be able to attend court in about three weeks Features of Our Supplement RURAL FREE DELIVERY Good roads a necessity for the establishment of routes in the country CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY cusItoms man wedding SECRETARY SHAW gives some good advice to young men THE INMIGRATION QUESTION One of the most important problems of the present timu FARM NOTES Work of the De partment of Agriculture SOUTHERN TIMBER SUPPLY Sufficient for nations demands if rationally used- DAIRYING ON SAN JUAN HILL COMPLETE SHORT STORY Tho Avenging Hand JONH D ROCKEFELLER JR the worlds coming billionaire RESTORING THE TREASURY The governments strong box 7 THE GIANT SEQUOIAS OF CALIFORNIA The groat wonder ot AmericaTHE WILD MUSK OX B strange animal of the polar regions rr vjj Lev A Dresser of New Albany iIdan old citizen of the county was here attending the barbecue last week It was his first visit in ejght years v t- Ir it First in war first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen Worlds Rulers Pay Tribute TO Theodore Roosevelt Peacemaker Oyster Bay Aug 30 Crowned heads of the world anite with distin guished statesmen of America and Europe in according the glory of peace between Russia and Japan to Presi dent Roosevelt Throughout last night and todav telegrams of congratula lions ponred in upon the President in a great flood Among the first messages received was one from the King of England as follows 7 Marienbad Ana 20TIie President Let me be one of the first to con gratulate you on the successtul issue of the peace conference to which you have so greatly contributedEdward I R Soon af erward a notably cordial cablegram was received from Emper or William of Uermany It read Neues Palais Aug 211 President Theodore Roosevelt Just received cable from America announcing agreement of peace conference on preliminaries of peace Im overjoyed express most sincere congratulations at tho great success duo to your an tiring efforts The whole of mankind must unite and will do so thanking you for the great boon you have given it William I R President Lou bet of France extended his congratulations In this mes sageLa Begndo Presidence Aug 30 President Roosevelt Your excellency has just rendered to humanity an eminent service for which I fellcinte you heartily The French Republic rejoices in the role that her sister America has played in this historic event Emile Lonbet Sales of Breckenridge Tobacco The following sales ot Breckenridge county tobacco were made in Louis ville recently- A J Dye Clifton Mills six hhds one sucker at 345 400 450 500 535 and 700- Wntlington Bros Stephensport five hhds pryor at 105 530 720 70 and 910 N Hi Wathngton Hardinsburg five hhds pryor ut UO 356 1480 530 and 575 J M Hendrick Hardinsburg eight hhds pryor at an average of 435 and rejected the sale Nat Raitt and daughter Miss Sinah Raitt of Ciucinnati have been visiting hismother Mrs MniyaRaUt part of the past week Ambassador Jusserand of France sent this cablegram London Aug 3lh President Roose velt Heartiest congratulations Jtipserand Then came telegrams from diplomat ic representatives of foreign governments in this countryfrom Sir Mor timer Dnrand the British ambassa dor from Mayor des Planches am bassador of Italy and from Sir Chen tang Liang Cheng the Chinese min inter They follow ijenox Mass Aug 2D Secretary to tho President Ploaae submit to the President my most cordial con gratulatiors upon success or his efforts to bring about peace Dnrand AmLerst Mass Aug 21 The Pre- aiaentI beg to offer my hearty congratulations for the successful conclusion of peace for which the whole world especially the Orient is ever indebted to you Chcutnng Liang Chen Washington Aug 29 President Roosevelt I beg to offer you Mr President on behalf of the Italian government ana myself as representative of my august sovereign heartfelt congratulations for yonr great suc cess in reestablishing peace Italy who since tier constitution has en deavored to be an element and factor of harmony among nations will greatly admire and praise tho worn you brought on so advantageously for the benefit of humanity Mayor Des Planches Italian Ambassador Good Meeting at Raymond Raymond Ky Sept 5Speclal After a contiuuation of two weeks the protracted meeting at this place closed Sunday with nineteen additions to the church fourteen by baptism three by letter and two by restoration The pastor was assisted in the meeting by his brother Rev W H English of Missouri former pastor of this church He is a very able man and the people here were all glad to welcome him and much benefit was derived from his preaching MattinglyBeavin- Miss Mertio Beavin daughter ofJno F Beavin and Joseph Mattingly son of Richard Mattingly were married at St Rosna Catholic church last Wednesday morning at o30 oclock Father U Breathe pastor officiatedI r r 1 TN LARGEST EVER WAS BARBECUE CROWD j ByjI and Socially 5000 Attend j i I aununlII point of attendance It iis estimated that there were 5000 people on thO grounds during the day though not at one t imo Tile crowd was the largest at about 11 oclock and at 2 oclock when taere were probably 3500 or 1000 persons present The rain which began about 1045 oclock caused many to leave but they returned in the afternoon Six or seven hundred visitors to the barbecue were jn the city during the day As it was the attendance was larger than at any of the other barbecues that have teen given by the Masons and if weather conditions had not been so threatening in the morning the crowd might easily have been swelled to 0000 The attractions wore up to the aver age and eveybodv seemed to be enjoy ing themselves Confetti was the great- fnnmaKAr two barrels of It being thrown away The merrygoround was a drawing card and coined mon ey all day Everything prepared for the barbecue dinner was sold and a large part ot the ice cream and cold drinksThe Cannelton Commeioial band and the 100 Columbia graphophone which was given away at the barbe cue furnished the music for the big crowdThe graphophone tvnioh was raffled off went to Waldo Simons of Tobins port 182 being the lucky number The infant of Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt took the prize In the baby snow a handsome chair which was given by M Hamman Son In the contest for the 40 range given away by Conrad Payne Si Co 709 was the lucky number but the per son who drew this number has not yet been found Harry Weatnefholt was the first to find Billy the Scout between the hours of 2 and 3 and as Photo by Hrubunt Leonard Reynolds tge 10 months son of Mr airtl Mrs Marion Weatherholt who won the prize in the baby show a prize he received a pair of fine shoes from J 0 Nolto Bro Billy was caught by saying the following words to him You are discovered you are Billy the Scout I therefore claim the reward The ladies foot rates was the only attraction adver tised that was not given The rain putthe ground in such n condition that there was no one who cured to enter the races The order at the barbecue grounds considering the size of tho crowd was excellent The crowd was not only orderly but the best dressed and most representative perhaps over seen here on a similar occasion Cloverport took a holiday and hun dreds of her citizens mingled with their neighbors from Breckenndgo and surrounding counties at the bar becue grounds The Henderson Route shops were closed down throughout the day and other plants and the bus iness houses gave their employes a half holiday One of the social feat ores of the day was the dance at Oelzes hall in the evening whioh was enjoyed by young people of this city Cannelton Tob insport and other points NOTES The ice water waa the best to be had it was distilled at the ice factory A majority of candidates on both w 1 i ft i fqti REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative- L L Mitchell For County Judge norrls Eskrldge For County Clerk W Sherman Ball For County Attorney Allen R Klncheloe For Sheriff Dennie Sheeran For Superintendent Schools Andrew Driskell For Jailer William J Hall For Surveyor R At Basham For Assessor Henry Cannon county tickets were present maKing friends of the dear voters Tne 105 taken in by the merrygo round was all profit as enough was made with it in town last month to pay tor its use Sixty gallons of ice cream was sold by the wives and daugnters of the Masons tor 130 at their big stand in the central part of the grounds About thirty gallons the sale or which the rain prevented were shipped buck to the manufacturers M Hamman Son entertained a large crowd throughout the day with the 100 grapnophone which was won by Mr Simons The graphophonn was in their delivery wagon which was under a stand bearing advertisements of the machines for which they are agents The receipts of the confetti and candy stand presided over by young ladies were 107 most of which was paid for confetti Too profit on the confetti was several times more than the cost Edward Gregory had a handsome display of wall paper the finest ever seen here Part of it way shipped him by his company direct from Coney Island where they had a big exhibit the past summer About two hundred people were here from Cannelton Hawesvillc Lewis port Tell City Owensboro and other downriver points It took extra coaches on all trains to hpnrtle the hundreds who came from over the county and surround ing counties Many who came spent part of the day in town with friends and re mained over several days All the meat prepared for the barbecue dinnorseventeen sheep and one beef was sold Several young lady friends wore Henrv DeH Moormans printed ap peal to the voters pinned to their dressesNo Mason enjoyed the barbecue more than Edward McAfee though he could not take an active part He was present in a wheel chair as he has not yet recovered from the injury received several months when both legs were broken The sale of lemonade and other cold drinks would have been mach larger it the rain hadnt loworedthe tem perature However the sale was much better in the afternoon than it WHS expected to he in the morning Horace Newton O B Mattingly and J M Gregory were Marshal DeHavens efficient deputies The inevitable doll rack was in ev idence A Cold Settled in Ills Kidneys A J Jennessc 0201 Butler St Chicago writes lama switchman and am out in all kinds of weather I took a cold which settled lin my kidneys and I was in bad shape I tried several advel tiled remedies with no benefit until I was recommended to try Foleys Kidney Cure Twothirds ot a bottle cnred me Sold byA R fc isher Cannery Having Good Run At the end of last week approximately 7000 cases or 168000 cans of to matoes had been canned at the local brunch factory of the J T Polk company of Greenwood Ind Manager F D WhitonecK says that it was the in tention of his company to double the output of tho cannery last year which was 210000 cans but the tomato crop he says is threefifths short on an count ot the unusually wet summer and they will do well to find material for 12000 cases whicn mark they expect to reach Though the crop is short larger quantities are now being received than at this time last year owing to an increased acreage Only a small quantity of peaches has been handled because of tho scarcity of the fruit OuaLJ3TOHIu3uB- tui theiha Kind You Hara Always Bought Signature of 7 N A = MI The Breckenridge News HnH WEDNESDAY September Ii 1005 RUSSIAN AND JAPAN WAR DOGS MUZZLED Treaty Of Peace iis Being Drafter And to Roosevelt World Give CreditThe Terms of Peace Portsmouth N H Aug nO Peace is assured in the East Everj principle to be embodied In the trent of Portsmouth is agreed to Only the verbiage of the document remains to be worked out The envoys of the adversaries have advised their govern ment to arrange an immediate armiS- tice An agreement to release prisoner has bean reached and today ou the bleak peains of Manchuria a halfmil lion fighting men of the two great nations know that they are no longs deadly foea- Russia persisted Japan yielded Triumphant victorious unbeaten or land or sea the Japanese yesterdaj turned to their defeated foe and yield ed the four conditions which tin Russians wonld not accept am which they were Toady to make tin price of a return to war More that one Japanese today turns his face toward the seat of the mikado with stodioal fsce yet with bitterness in his heart that the full punishment of his enemy is not to be meted out Tho Japanese say Did it for Humanity I did it for humanity for the love of peace for the blood of man It was my emperors wish It seems now that the world wit applaud the Japanese and praise their magnanimity It seems too that th world will demand of Russia a con duct comporting with tho higher ideals of the time and the century and the lesson taught by the Nipponest must be a lusting one Japan gets the southern half of the island cf Sakhalin that portion south ot the 50th degree of latitude TIll Russians set the north rn portion Tho conditions of peace laid d wr by Japan that tho Russian interned ships be turned over to her and the other one that the Russian naval arm ament in the Pacific be limited were not receded from withdrawn absolutely by the Japanese The demand for the expense of the war that rock on wnioh the pence confetence seemed bound to go to pieces was withdrawn without condition by the Japanese Roosevelt Congratulated President Hoosevelt is receiving the congratulations of the world upon tae success of his peace intercession The peace agreement was reached just eightyeight days from the time he took the first step in his plans when he summoned Count Uassini then the Russian ambassador to the White house and talked with him on the sub ject of a peace conference This was not the presidents first move for poace hut the first step in the series of events which finally led tn peace As early as February the czar had re jetted terms transmi tted to him infor mally by President Roosevelt on behalf of Japan This was before Admiral Rojestveaskys flu t had been demolished by Togo in the straits of Tsushnma Beginning with his interview with Count Cassini on TunA 2 however the president found Russia more will ing to listen to peace tain Supported by Emperor William of Germany and by the government of France he induced the czar to send envoys to this country to discuss peace with representatives of the Japanese gov ernment Japan always was willing to hold the conference After having at ringed the confer ence and brought the envoys together the president found himself fully oc cupied with keeping it oil the rocks of a disagreement and if the true history of the conference is over writ ten it nndouhtedly will be found that his hand went much deeper in preventing a rupture than has yet appeared on the surface It would not be surprising if it should 1IK learned that the president pointed out and are ranged beneath the surface some sort of a lineal compensation fur Japan quite equal to that which she has toregone in waiving all claims to indemnity or payment for the northern half of Sakhalin Points of Peace Agreement Portsmouth N II Aug lOIn a nutshell the terms of the peace treaty to be drafted as the result of the con ference will be as follows 1 Japan agrees to make no claim up on Russia for reimbursement the ex peuses of the war 2 Japan agrees to cedewithout com pensatlon to Russia a part of Saghalien island Russia to pay a reasonable sum tor the care of the Russhn prisoners captured as she is bound to do by the rules of war 3 Japan agrees that there shall be no limitation placed upon Russian naval forces in the Pacific 4 Japan agrees to the return to Russia of all Russian nrslilpa now inttrned in Pacific ports 5 Russia agrees to recognize the pre pounderiug influence of Japan in Korea 0 Russia and Japan agree to simul taneously remove their military forces front Manchuria 7 Russia agrees to transfer wholly to Japan the Russian leasehold in the Liao Tunjt peninsula including Port Arthur and Dalny S Russia agrees to return to China the civil administration of Manchuria in accordance with the treaty of April 1002 which Russia violated 0 Russia agrees to transfer without compensation to Japan all docks magazines and military warehouses in Port Arthur and Dalny with the under standing that rights in private proper ty are to be respected 10 Russia agrees to transfer to Japan the Manchurian railroad line between Port Arthur and Daluv and a point south of Harbin part of which Japan now holds by right of military occupa tion 11 Japan agrees to allow Russia to hold the main Manchurian railroad line 12 Russia agrees to allow Japan fish ing rights on the coast of Siberia Treaty of Peace Being Drafted Potrsmouth N IL Aug HRapid progress was made today in drafting the treaty of peace Baron Komura at Wittes request tomorrow will pro bably fix the day for its signature Rnsslns consent to u suspension of hostilities reached Witte tonight Japan has agreed to the Immediate conclusion of an armistice A meeting will be held tomorrow morning and a proclamation for the complete suspen sion of hostilities preliminary to the arrangement of the details by the two generals upon the battlefied will bo agreed upon Witte is exceedingly anxious to sail tor homo September 12 Therefore he is doing all he can to hasten the drafting of the tr aty which will probably be prepaied to sign Tuesday or Wednsday of next week Losses of The War Days of tho War 5CO Russian Casualties 210000 Jnpanese Casualties 160000 Cost to Japant125000000C- ost to Russia1500000000 Russian War Lnans670000000 Russian Naval Loss 1150000000 Japans Naval Loss2000000 Russian Ships LostatJa-pShips Lost n Jail Land Victories 15 Contract May Soon be Let Madisonville Hustler President Holotran Informs the Hustler that he thinkS matters will Alt Mireno Catholic Church Near Irvington n A v WI 1Uft fI 1V r It I 500 H Round Trip t- oCiricinniti Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE and L N R R ON ACCOUNT OF CATHOLIC SOCIETIES GOLDEN JUBILEE Sunday Sept 10 05 Special train leaves Cloverport 237 a arrives Cincinnati 830 a m mII Tickets good going on special train only Good returning on or before Sept 15 1905 For full information ask the Agent yr fVUtAIVlnJI IIIW J 1 r f t soon be reaay for lotting the oontrao t for the construction of what is know as tno Cloverport railroad The engineers are here and will go over the different routes and the ono bEst adapted under nil circumstances considering the action of the peopl along the route and all will be adoptedThere has been acme delay on uo count of running some surveys frog Green River There are two points in view on Green River Smallhonso and Point Pleasant and there are four starling places on Fond River MoNaiv The Iron Bridge Millport and Bruckon Mill that are under consideration There are also two routes Into Madi sonville one entering the oity over the Royal Coal Gos switch and the othe enter ng the north part of the city The most advantageous of these var ions routes Is to be determined as soot as possible after which operation of construction will be punished as rapid If as possible Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley b Co Chicago origmaei Honey and Tar as a throat and lun remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Faleya Hone and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foley B Hone and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation wil give tho same satisfactionlt is mildly laxative It contains no opiates antlls safest for children and delicate per sons Sold by A R Fisher MARRIED AT GLENDEANE Wedding of Miss Alleine Murray Am Mr Fred Ferry Wednesday A pretty and charming weddinj was that of Miss Alliene Amanda Murra and Mr Fred D Ferry of this CItyI at Glendeane last Wednesday after noon at the home of the brides fith er Former Adjutant General Davit R Murray The ceremony was per formed by Rev T G Kerr of Hod genville pastor of the Lucile Memoi JIll Presbyterian church of this city in tho presence of relatives and friends from various parts of the county- A handsome reception followed after which Mr and Mrs Ferry left for a bridal trio to Michigan and the northern lakes They will be at home to their friends in Cloverport after September 15 Miss Murray was born and reared in Cloverport and is a young lady with a large acquaintance of friends over countyMr is agent at this place tar the Henderson Route and is a son of the late F J Ferry master mechanic ot the same road Miss Murray and Mr Ferry are well known in Breckenridge county Elys Liquid Cream Balm is an old triend in a new form It is prepared for the particular benefit ol sufferers trom nasal catarrh who are nsi d to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes All the healing and sooth ing properties of Cream Balm are retained in tne now preparation It does not dry up the secretions Price in eluding spraying tube 75 cents At your druggists or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York will mail it A History of Base Ball Somebody who has looked deeper than the ordinary observer gives this history of base ball The devil was the irst coacher He coached Eve and he stole second Adam stole third When the servant of Isaac met Rebecca at the well she walked along with the pitcher Samsou struck out a good many times when he beat the Philistines Moses made the first home run when he slew the Egyptians and Cain made a base hit when ho slew Abel Abraham made a sacrifice The prodigal son made a home run David was at long distance thrower and Moses shutout the Egyptians at the Red Sea READ Tins Hopkinsville Kv Juno 7th 1U01 Dr E W Hall St Loins Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with evere kidney and bladder troubles and at times was unablo to work I was advised to try your Texas Wonder and attar using onefourth of one bot tip I passed a large gravel and I mve never Buttered since passing the same three years ago 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Shoe company by whom he was I I employed while serving a term in the prison dchlitzbatfVi served one year in the penitentiary for complicity iu the famous express robbery at Fordsville in 1102 I IliAS STOOD rile TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Ohm Tonic You what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay 50c THE EQUITABLE LIFE First In Its Aid To Beneficiaries The Equitable pays its policies more promptly than any other companyusually within twentjfour hours DEATH CLAIMS PAID IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA In 1900 96 per cent within one day In 1901 96 per cent within one day In 1902 98 per cent within one day In 1903 95 per cent within one day In 1904 96 per cent within one day July 1905 98 per cent within one day CLAIMS PAID 213997365PA- IDWITHIN ONE DAY209 985565 THERE WERE ONLY FOUR CLAIMS THAT REMAINED UNPAID ON THE SECOND DAY Whore claims are not paid immedi ately it is usually due to delay on the part of the beneficiary in sub witting complete papers First In Its Payments To Living Policy Holders For many years the Equitable has paid a larger amount in dividends than any other company DIVIDENDS PAID- In 1000348104100I-n 19013742520001n1- 902 447792400- In 1903 568229600- In 1904 600190300 FIRST IN FINANCIAL STRENGTH Assets 41395302100 Liabilities 33315875200 Surplus 5 8079426900 Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 12425 per cent HENRY JJi POWELL Manager for Kentucky Equitable Building Louisville Ky For full particulars as to new policies see R T POLK our repre sentative at CLOVERPORT or our local representative anywhere w IIIII I I I This wonderful preparation Is not a DYE but la a hair and scalp food and ia guaranteed to produce results after all eocalled hair restorers have failed It is strictly a scientific preparation It will gradually restore gray hair to original colqr softness and youth tel beauty It contains neither oil nor grease and will tot gum the hair Frees the head from and pro vents dandruff Makes the halt grOW profusely even on bald heads Cures any disease of the scalp It is perfectly harmless in every way It Is an eleeant dressing for tho hair SOc and 100 boWes at drarcUU or large size prepaid by express on receipt of 0100 Take no substitute It is the BBST your money can buy THE 20T CENTURY CHEMICAL CO BROWNSVILLE TENN rA w 1 a iii 7vr The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September o ioor HOW FARMERS ARE MAKING BIG FIGHT A S of E to Continue It Struggle f Against Tobacco TrustIn the i Wheat Market Farmer is Factor Tobacco cutting IsI in full swing throughout the Green river section Reports vary na to what per centum of a fun crop has been produced says thi Owensboro Messenger Most of tht growers still maintain that tho figure given out early in tho year as to the acreage were correct Tuny furtner assort that the unusually wet season has further curtailed the crop drowning out many whole crops and severely damaging many otnere Tne members of the American Society of Equity feel more confident than ever of finally winning in their fight against the tobacco trust 4 The American Society of Equity pro Jo3es to continue the fight with all the vigor of last wiutor Very little of the tobacco deposited in Equity warn houses in Owonsburo has been sold but the officers of tho society say that they will dispose of it in time to make room for the now crop The manager of ono of the Equity houses in Owensboro stated yesterday that no Equity tobacco has been disposed of thus far except comparatively small quantities of in ferior grades This has been shipped to LouisvilleThe have already shown hoM- ing qualities which many people thought impossible at the beginning of the struggle a year ago Definite plans for handling the new crop have not been announced but the committees in charge will form some adequate ar rangement for holding the crop unless the market should open at prices which they tool are equitable New Force With Which Trade Does Not IKnow How to Deal A Chicago dispatch says It becomes more and more apparent in the wheat market that the farmer of the West is this year a cardinal factor Ho is in the almost anomalous posi tion of a man who can wait until hew get what he wants At least he figured it out that way and is do plenty of waiting In consequen ce ho has injected a new controlling inuenco into the market that the trade does not know how to deal with That is ono of the main explana tions for the hesitating timid opera tions of the week There was the keen est kind of interest and more than the usual vigilance on the progress of events but the sum total of business for tho week shows n marked fining off Deals were fewer in number and on aismaller scale If the farmer of the spring wheat country shows the same Kind of independence as his neighbor in Kansas and big winter wheat states there will bo still more certainty in casting a wheat horoscope Wet weather in the Ncrth west and advices that stacked wheat was suffering in Kansas brought about n tempor ary typo but the weeks end showed a net loss in all the options of practically a cent Apparently the trade has made up its mind about the totalyield or winter and spring wheat For that reason the bearish estimate of H W Jones who figures a possible orop of Oa4000000 bushels did not have any material effect MrTones is 75000000 bushels short of tho figures suggest m by the governments latest report Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour houitt a It sediment or set Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid neys If It your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent to it or pain In G the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad del are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and part of the urinary passage It corrects inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up times during the night The mild and the extraordinary ffect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl1 sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery And a book that tells more about both sent I ymaI1Address tling stains desire pass every many rrl of SwsmpRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper Nnt make any mistake but remember tho Vto SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp fir on and the address BInghamton fl Y vy bottle I a kw Ion conditions If any great confi dence has neon placed in Ins calcnla Mon there would have been lively scenes on the door of the exchange Europe Is digesting all these glow ing stories from North America and sees no reason for nnxietyeven if they have cause to apprehend smaller ship ments this year from India Uussiaand Australia hurope is contentedly watt ing So is the American farmer and if he keeps on doing so undisturbed by any fears that be will not b3 able to market his wheat at pries as good as or better than those prevailing Europe may begin soon to look with less equanimity upon the qrebtion of world supplies Much will depend the next few weeks upon the attitude of the spring wheat farmer and Ithe movement of his grain Cured of Heights Disease Ueo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence Co N Y writes I had kidney disease for many years and hind been treated by physicians for twelve years had taken a well known kidney medicine and other remedies that were recommended hut got no relief until I began using Foleys Kidney Cure The first half bottle relieved me and four bottles have cured me of this terrible disease Before I began taking Foleys Kidney Cure I had to make water about every fifteen min utes day and night had passed n brick dust substance and sometimes n slimy substance I believe I would have died if I had not taken Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by A R Fisher Office Seeking tile Man p S W BASSETT With Mr Bassett who is a candi date for deputy sheriff on Dennie Sheer ans ticKet it is a case of the oftlc seeking the man As has been stated in these columns Mr Bassett did not want to make the race hut was pro vailed upon to do so by his friendn Subscribe for the News A Cnrluus Cuntotn In Bylleld a small Northampton shire village in England a curious old custom is still observed in connection with the letting of certain land The ceremony Is held In different licensed houses In the vicinity cad the clergy man presides over the proceedings The company chiefly consisting of lo cal farmers Is seated round a large table Presently one of them rises and bids a certain amount Immediately walking round the table and out of tile door If this can be done before the next bill is made the land Is his for the season If not bidder No J commence the wall and so on This curious cue tion occupies some considerable time and causes great excitement interested An English magazine tells a court story A counsel in the middle of his cross examination was hauled a tele gram Hello he said as he read It Soandso hits won the Derby Mr A said the Judge severely It Is very unseemly that In the course of solemn judicial proceedings where a mans liberty and reputation arc at stake you should be talking of the winner of n horse race Erby the way does the telegram soy which were second and third V The Weight of the World A cubic foot of earth weighs about live and a half times as much as a cubic foot of water A cubic mile of earth then weighs 25049800000 tons The volume of the earth is 250880000 000 cubic miles The weight of the world without Its atmosphere is 0000 250000000000000000 tons If we add to this the weight of the atmosphere given above we get a grand total 0000255810000000000000 tons Thin Planter Paper Hanger Well have to paper right over the old paper Wo cant get this paper oft without taking the plus ter along with It Owner modern cot tage Because the paper sticks to the plaster Paper Hanger No because the plaster sticks to the paper Two of Many Difference A woman tells most when she Is sad and a man tells all when he Is scared You can Jolly anything out of a wo man you can bluff a man out of his breeches Richmond Missourian The Clerk Wns flight Well said Wymsat as he vainly tried to get into a No 12 shoo with the aid of four shoe horns the clerk that sold mo these shoes was right I should avo worn the box J N THREE OF COUNTYS PRETTY HOMES I I I i W J PIGGOTS RESIDENCE IRVINGTON I u un n m I I RESIDENCE OF PEYTON SCOTT AT HARNED RESIDENCE OF MRS RHODES NEAR IRVINGTON I Ir I THE IDEAL WIFE I Ij Shapes the Destiny of Men Overestimatedii Healthy Woman Cannot Be Seveneighths of the men in this world marry a woman because she is beautiful in their eyes because slue has the qualities which inspire admira tion respect and love There is a beauty in health which is more at tractive to men than mere regularity of feature Tie influence of women glorious in the possession of perfect physical health upon men and upon the civilization of the world could never be measured 35ecause of them men have attained the very heights of ambition because of them even thrones have been established and de stroyedWhat a disappointment then to see the fair young wifesbeauty fading away before a year passes over her head I A sickly half deadandalive woman especially when she is familyisness in the home and a drag upon her husband The cost of a wifes con stunt illness is a serious drain upon the funds of n household and too often all the doc toring docs no good If a woman finds her energies are flagging and that everything tires her eyesherdreams if she has backache headaches bearingdown pains nervous despondency her system up at once by a tonic with specific powers such as Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound This great remedy for women has done more in the way of restoring health to the women of America than all other medicines put together It is the safeguard of womans health Following we publish by request a letter from a young wife Mrs Bessie Ainsley of 611 South 10th Street Tacoma Wash writes Dear Mrs Pink 1mm Ever since my child was born I have Buf fered as I hope few women over have with Inflammation female weakness bearingdown pains backache and wretched headaches It affected my stomach so that I could not en joy my meals and half my time was spent Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com lv t II Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound made mo a well woman and I feel so grateful that I am glad to write and tell you of my marvelous recovery It brought me health new life and vitality What Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound did for Mrs Ainsley it will do for every woman who is in poor health and ailing Itsbenefits begin when its usebegins It gives strength and vigor from the stant and surely makes sick women well and robust- Remember LydiaE Pinkharas Vege table Compound holds the record for the greatest number of actual cures of womans ills This fact is attested to by the thousands of letters from grateful women which arc on file in tho Pinkham laboratory Merit alone can produce such results Women should remember that a cure for all female diseases actually exists and that cure is Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Take no substi tuteIf you have symptoms you dont understand write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for special advice it is free and always helpful hound Succeeds Where Others Fail y fi lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use 1 rim CM or OR iuut L L I e The Call of the Wild 1 you hcaed it recentlythat summons to your sub self that longing to live for time near to the of Nature If so you should go to Streams as ever were caught and it is the unsurpassed stamping ground of the man behind the shotgun Remem ber that August and September in COLORADO are the best rod and gun months of the year Our booklet Under the Turquols Sky will give you brief outline of Colorado game laws Low Round Trip Rates Our Way Reduced August 30 to September 4 TWIN TRAINS ITO request McGUIRE Little Fort 310 Limited Houston Cart Harvey For further information write General Passenger Agent Frisco I System St Louis ito BR IEETHB NG POWDERS 25c Druggists mail J MOFFETT Mother Hesitate but thousands have done these powdcis quickly over the summers heat teething children I oa SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST AND LINES From LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE TO ST LOUIS AND THE WEST Two Trains Follows Leave Lexington 610 Louisville 1100 Arrive 012 pm Carrying vtstibuled coaches and CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals a la carta Through without Leave Lexington p m Louisville 1015 p in Arrive Louis 732 ni Carrying free reclining chair and without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 East Lexington 234 Fourth Avenue LouisvilleKy or Union To Tobacco Growers The county of the of and prominent of that organization met with Owensboro Mens tion yesterday to make pre liminary arrangements for the entertainment the delegates the of the Tobacco Grow ers association which convenes in Owensboro continuing three days It is known definitely how many delegates will attend the first annual held last year at Lynchburg the attendance was VversOO and it is expected that the will almost doubled 1KeepBUCKINGHAMS DYE IIbxuuum a r to lusuui n u IHave a COLORADOThere a Exceptionally Full information on IGEO II LEE G P A II I V P A Rod Ark Cincinnati O r J fr V iji1 rilOM Heal TO TIIEIIK TIM Meteor to Worth IWLYMI St Louis pm teily The Texas to Dallas Galveston and 1 San leaves Louis 821 p m daily Observation Fred Meals I IMOFFETTS Cures Cholera lnfaniumf Dysentery and Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Jlgc Aids Bowels ens Child MAKES TEETHING EASY tots Only at or 25c to C AlJ D St Louis Mo no longer save the health and llfcot Your child as by giving TEETHINA Is easily given and counteracts and comes the effects of upon I FASTEST AND Daily as am am StLouis change 530 St it cars Pullman sleeper through Main street Ky Depots Entertain officials American Society Equity other members the Business associa afternoon of to annual meeting National October 18 not At meeting Va number be fffc I through through Antonia St Diarrhoea the Digestion Regulates the Strength the and Southern Normal School Bowling IGreen Businessi College and ISustaInsLOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first nml third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana anti Texas at rate ofone fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning find evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars und parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describing the chewy lands along the Cot tort Belt Koute for maps time table and informant about rates etc LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Cslt Route Cincinnati O A burgoo will be given at Chautau qua park some time during the meeting Other social features will he ar rangedHenry Berry from the B M A and L N Robertson from the A S of E were appointed to secure a suitable hall for the metlings They immediately made arrangements for the use of the Grand theatre for the three days the convention will be in session Thurs days Owensboro Messenger I 1S I I U UTHE 1 j BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Pnco 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- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Exnmine 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 now addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1905 THOUGHTS How happy tho man who can attain renown whose name can be written high for all the world to read who can enlist the admiration the commendation and the praise of all mankind and who can know and feel in his heart that he is not merely gatafying a selfish desire for distinction but that he is giving inestimable pleasure to a great multitude of friends Sot what he dues but what he has become Carlyle saysElihu Root JAIAX won her greatest victory at Portsmouth THE whole world is offering thanks to President Roosevelt A fortystory hotel is to be erected in New York city The roof will be 500 feet above the pavement IT is said only one man in a million has an opportunity to achieve greatness by a single act Roosevelt is that man WiiAT if a nation have peace with all the world and hath it not at home of what profit is it l This is Russias condition THE candidates were very much in evidence at the Masons barbecue and every one of them said he was sure of being elected bya safe majority TUB man who will hurl a rock into a moving train endangering the lives of innocent men women childrenhanging is none too good for him Its a heinous crime and the guilty parties should be run down und punished TIIK battle of New Orleans was fought two weeks after the treaty of Ghent was signed This battle made Andrew Jackson famous Last week Wjhcn peace was decided at Portsmouth the news was Hashed around the world in twenty minutes And not a soldier of either Line tch or Oyama dared fire a gun This shows what a fac tor the telegraph plays in war and the business of the world SAM BASSKTT the clean capable honest citizen has been pre ailed upon to accept a place on the Republican ticket for sheriff He has held the oflice of deputy for two terms and his record for fair dealing and strict attention to duty as an oflicer cannot be questioned He will not only lend strength to the ticket but character We congratulate Mr Sheeran and the Republicans of Breckenridge county on their wise choiceP- RESIDENT ROOSEVELT in reply to a telegram of congratulation from Mayor Behrman of New Orleans wired No telegram has touched me so deeply as the telegram from you showing that in the midst of her great trial New Orleans is so keenly alive to all that affects the interest of the world and the honor of our own country You have giveni fit expression to the feelings of your brave and gallant people for only those with lofty souls can in the midst of their own grief find time to think of others I trust T neednot say how deep and constant my anxiety is for the welfare of your city and state Mouuis ESKKIDOE if he be the oldest of all the candidates now before the peoplewo dont say that he is is not behind the youngest of them in getting around and seeing the people He is the most en thusiastic of them all and seems to be in real dead earnest about want ing the ollice No man or woman escapes him Democrats and Re publicans all look alike to him and ho wants their votes We like a man not ashamed of his business or his calling andnot afraid to approach men in his own behalf The mans got a good heart in him that can do this and deserves the consideration of his fellow men AN unprecedented harvest is what the Agricultural Departments crop report figures out for this country The wheat crop is the best in the history of this country with the single exception of 1901 Corn in that year was a poor crop while this year it is to be the greatest on record The total yield of wheat is estimated at 710000 000 bushels anti notwithstanding this immense yield the price remains high because the rest of the world has a shortage Last year we sold little abroad because our own crop was below the average and we had more people at home to eat it This year the price will be kept up for the reason we will send one hundred million bushels abroad Think of a corn crop well up to three billions of bushels enough to give evey man woman and child in this country thirty bushels each Not many years ago corn was selling in the West at 8 and 10 cents a bushel on the farm and was largely used for fuel Now it sells for as much as wheat once brought It is believed that the farm value of corn alone will exceed a billion dollars Farmers dont have to sell their corn on the spot like they do wheat They can crib it and pen it and keep it during the winter for feeding stock and grinding Just think of the farmer having a billion dollar bank account to draw on And that is what they will have in their corn crop alone this coming winter It is not only their corn crop but all other crops that are good All this has a bearing upon trade and traffic Give the farmer good crops and good prices and he lets his dollar loose and everybody feels it Ho pays his debts ho buys more goods for his family improves his home and his farm builds wire fences travels more and spends more and has a little surplus cash to put in tho banks ow any man or set of men can see anything to knock against ilow mast our understanding i I THIS REMEDYIs GIV- ESatisfaction I Elys Cream Balm G Relief al Once It cleanses soothes and heals the ells CATARRH eased momhrane It VERcurelIn tho Head quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size SOc at druBRlsu or by mall Trial Size lOc by mall ELVtimOTUEHS M Warren Street NY Ice Cake and Tomato Catsup John Beiser night watchman iat the J T Polo companys branch can nery hate was fined 25 and costs iin police court Monday morning by Judge Wills for carrying a pistol cone cealed B eiser was arrested late Satnr day nignt while in the business part of townIf lieiser had been attending to his duties at the cannery as watchman and had not com e up town he would not have gotten into the kind of trot ble he did which has a humorous side to it He came up town he says just to get himself some tobacco but got- a drink or two too much He was at the English Kitchen and there met Nance Ryan engineer at the Clover port Water Light Ice company ice factory He spoke to Ryan and addressed him as Old Ice Cake Ryan in reply called Beiser Old Tomato Catsup and turned his back on him While his back was turned Beisor apparently insulted by the name Ryan gave him pulled out his revolver and being drunk and not knowing what he wasdoing pointed It at Ryan and attempted to tire it But it had a safety trigger and somehow he could not make it go off anti it only snapped on him Ryan says he dont know what Boiser was mad about Handsome Reception Contributed Front Irvington Mrs John R Wimp gave the handsomest reception of the season last Monday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Mac Ilerndon of Henderson The beautiful lawn was brilliantly illumiiiat ed with Japanese lanterns and the spacious parlors walls and dining room elaborately decc rated in white and green the graceful and effective white clematis being used in profusion Mrs Wimp wns assisted in receiving by Mrs Mac He ndonMrs Jesse Herndon and Miss Eva Herndon Refreshments were served in the dining room Mrs Mac Herndon and Miss Lelia Tydingi presiding at the frappe bowls Those attending from out of town were Mr and MrsMnc Herndon Miss Anna May rlerudou Henderson Mrs lalock and Miss Margaret dayman St Louis Miss Lelia Tydings Miss Asia Drury and Willie Parrish Louisville Mrs Mac Avitt Gulf Iort Miss Dr Moremai lardaway and Overton Blandford Jcwleyville MrsBIaylock is a brilliant pianist and her playing was a feature of the evening Mr Chas Cottrell and family of fensacoln Florida arrived hero Monday night to visit his sister Mrs Geo W Snort Mr Contrell will be here for two or three months and while here will open a picture gallery in the Oelze building Mr Cotrell- is a tine artist and knows his business This will bo an nnusnil opportunity- for those who want good pIctures either of themselvso or family or views of their hornet to get them Fine logs Ear Sale- I have three males and two female InIfor 10 eauh if sold soon less than one halt their valueO C Murray Jloverport Ky Webster Loses to Cannelton In an uninteresting game of ball at Cannelton Sunday afternoon the team of that place defeated a picked nine from Webster by a score of 11 to 7 Webster had a pitcher from Louisville Tobinsport Loses Game Tobinsport lost to Huntingburg lad Sunday by a score of 0 to 2 in a game of base ball on the tatters grounds Tobinsport will cross bats next Sunday afternoon with Lincoln City Ind at Tobinsport Ramseya crack Louis ville pitcher will play with Tobiusport Lillie Reid a useful colored woman died yesterday morning at 2 oclock at her homu in the East End of typhoid fever after an illness of about two weeks She leaves several children The funeral was held yesterday afternoon from the colored Methodist churchL of Dukes brought to- the News office a giant sweet potato witch weighed about five pounds and was only one of many that large that he has he says He planted twoacres ot the variety and ho estimates the- yield at 200 busnels No business of importance was trans cted by the city council at its regular meeting Monday night Mr and Mrs Fred 1raize have taken rooms at the Duncan House SAWMILL MAN PASSES AWAY Death Comes to H C Perkins at Mattingly At Age of 36 Mattingly Ky Sept 5Spe- cialH 0 Perkins who has been in the sawmill business in Brectcei ridge county during a large part of his life died Sunday at the home of his brother Jas Perkins ufc this place He hall been in failing health for two years and in a serious condition tor several weeks He is supposed to have had a form of stumac trouble and had been at the Tar Springs and had taken treatment iIn Louisville but did no get any relief Ha was thirtysix years of age and un marriedMr id survived by his Dar ents Mr and Mrs Perry Perkins of this place anti the following brothers and sisters Wm Perkins of Clover port James Richard and Qeo Pei kins md Misses Sally Mlna and Mary PerkinsThe had the name of being one of the best young men in this part of the county The funeral was held Monday the interment being at Tauls cemetery It you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you Know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects Sold by All Druggists Short Ilardinsburg1 News Notes Hardlnsburg Ky Sept GSpe- cialJoseph Teaff will raze to time ground the old brick building on Main itreet near the postoffice and erect on the lot a handsome one story brick store house 48x70 feet The building will be completed this fall C V Robertson will commence Inn short time tho erection of a fine residence on his lot at the corner of Main and First streets James Lewis of Cloverport has the contract James K Brnmlett of Irvington has tho contract to ceil the circuit court room It will be coiled with pine and panel The work will be completed in time for OctobAr court Lewis Kincheloe of Louisville suffered an attack ot appendicitis last week His brother Dr John E Kin heloe went to see him and after consultation it as decided that an operation was unnecessary Mr Kin iheloe has about recovered from the attackA of Hardinsbnrg folKS at tended the Masonic barbecue at Clov erport Friday The public school opened Monday with a large attendance The faculty are Prof John Collins and Misei Reid and Harris Gen D R Murray and family will move here this week They will take rooms at the Ford Hotel Clint Tucker of Hudson has been appointed deputy sheriff under Frank- p Payne Quarterly court convenes next Mon dR Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is certainly a wonderfnl remedy for Indigestion Dyspepsia and weak stomachs They say it never fails to cure and that it strengthens the digestive organs and makes the stomach and breath as tweet as a rose Sold by All Drug gists LODIBURG Allen Bandy visited Roscoe Keys Sunday Chas Brown of Rhodeliu visited Luby Avitt Sunday Miss Mary Cnshman visited her parents Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended the barbecue at Cloverport Friday Mr and Mrs Leonard Cart visited Rev I C Argabrigbts Sunday Thos Mays and Miss Myrtle Deacon visIted Miss Lizzabel Head Sunday Darius Argabright had his linger badly crushed lost week und is ira proving slowly Irs W B Argabrigbt and Miss Ethel Basbam visited Mrs Rousaeu Bruner Monday Roy I C Argabnght epont several1 days last week at Cold Spring in holding a protracted meeting Miss Elizabeth and Davis Bandy attended church at RAymond Sunday and dined with the Misses Mercer Mrs CA Norton of Cripple Croon Col who has been visiting her par ents for sometime returned home Sat rday Misses Anna French and Myrl Bash am Estelle Payne Proctor French and Will Avitt visited Miss Moiy F Argabright Sunday CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signature of AlurrayFerry Wedding Regarding the wedding of MIss Alliene Amanda Murray and Mr Fred iD Ferrya brief account of which ape Dears on another page the Bardini burg correspondent ot the News says in part tho following The attendants were Miss Minnie Murray and Mr David Murray a cousin and a brother of the bride Miss Nell Moorman played Mendels sbons wedding march and MrCharL Moorman snug Ob Promise Me IIA reception followed and refreshments were served tho guests MrsM H Beard and Miss Jennie Gr een presided at the punch bowl In cutting the wedding make Miss Elizabeth Skill man of Cloverport Unclosed the darning needle Mr Thomas James de la Hunt of Cminelton Ind drew the ring and little Nell Dempster cut the piece which held the dime Miss Murray is n talented cnl tured young lady with a wide circle of friends throughout the state who esteem her highly Mr Ferry is one of the best known anti moat successful young business men of the county whose sterling character has won the good will and friendship of all who Know him The out of town guests who attend ed the wedding were Mrs Ferry Cloverport Mr and Mrs Frank Ferry Mrs David W Fairleigb Louisville Mrs A R Fisher Miss Elizabeth Skillman Charles Moorman Cloverport David Murray West Print Miss Jennie Green Falls of Rough Mr and Mrs M H Beard Miss Minnie Murray Henry DeH Moorman John P Haswell Jr HardinsbargjMr Thomas de la Hunt Cancelton Inc- lTemperance Resolution The following resolution was adept ed by the Breckenridge Association of Baptists at its third annual session here last Wednesday and Thursday- In view of the horrible calamity which took place upon an eastbound train passing through Cloverport while our association was in session tvo call upon tho good citizens of Hawesvillo and its surrounding community to clean Itsolt from the damn- ingI whisky traffic which brought about this calamity We feel free to mane this petition because this calamity caused bJ the whisky traffic in Hawesville has fallen upon some of our homes and churches Resolved That a committee be ape pointed to have these resolutions pre sented to the city council of Hawes rille and to have them published in the papers of the two counties- C ComaJf TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY hIm LAXATIVE UROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund tho money If 1 It falls to euro E W Groves signature Is on each box 23- cIienderson Route Trains Stoned Unknown parties stoned train No 44 at Stephensport and train No 43- at Mystic on the Henderson Route last Saturday Some of the stones went through the parlor car on train No 44 and the smoker on train No 43 Sanford Geary and Sam Bishoff were slightly hurt by the attack on train No 41 Bits of flying glass penetrated Gears face anti be stopped off here and had them extracted by Dr AIB Wondelken Biehoff 8 arm was slightly bruised It was thought by the tram crew that tho guilty parties were friends of the two men who were shot on train No 44 neat Stephensport last Wednesday by the colored portor and were seeking revenge in this manner It was reported here yesterday that the railway company has offered a reward of 500 for the apprehension ot the guilty parties out the report could not be verified l verything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered tome years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that Is a specific for Piles For bUnd bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Save has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless conn erteits Ask for DeWIttfi the genuine Sold by All Druggists Misses Lucy Caley and Katie I ridge of Hawesville were the gu Elsie Gregory last week- REPUBLICAN NOMINEE i MORRIS ESICRIIGC- andidate for County JudgeB- KECKENKIDOE COUNTY Your vote and Influence solicited an will bo appreciated as New PhotographGallery C6 BRABANT PHOTOGRAPHER From Owensboro has opened up a nice gallery opposit the post office in Cloverport All kinds of photographic work done in artistic style PRICES MODERATE PUBLIC SALE I will sell to the highest bid der my farm lying one half mine south of Irvington Ky on September 14 1905 Said farm contains 114 acres also four head of horses one mule seven head of good cattle one lot of hogs twenty goodsheep thirty acres of corn oats and hay 1 binder one mower and rake all of my farm implements household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale MRS CLAYEY WRATHER Admr D W HENRYAuctioneer I 4 m LYON DEMPSTER m Irvington Ky I YI The Irophylatlc Tooth Brush Hard or soft bristles 35c brush for30c- yf Fancy Carved Tooth Brush Regular 1 50cnrush for 30c Rational Tooth Brush BristlesIJThe Shaped to lit the teeth 35c brush I for 2cmT Very Soft Bristle Tooth Brush Regular I price 25c our price ISo 1 All Bristle Tooth Brushes Regular 10 rIlnd lc brush for 5 and lOc Chamois Skins best quality from 5 to I Soc Try one or our be Chamois Skins for to face if Requas Face Powder Leaves and Rauglo in book form can bo used I without mirror Invaluable when face becomes moist and Hush re I moves dust sweat and grease lm parting a cool delicate bloom to face I without clogging pores Keepclean Hair Brushes Best BrisII m withmI J I I The Hair Brush with a clean face RegII ular price 75c for tOe Genuine Ebony Back Hair Brush I Extra stilt bristles Reguhtr f1100 brush for 75C Just received a lot of SOo sample lisle brushes we are selling for JSc Come and net one before they are all pone Wire Hair Brushes a 50c brush forSSc llc len any and all kinds for 20 to 75C Shaving Brushes The Never Shed brush Is tho ono you have been try to get for c mmInf Brushes forSto25c + ire have a full line of pat- entm medicines and that we are sel- lminK tho 100 size for 85c and the tOe 25c sizes are going at the same JI In proportion to the 100 sizesII I LYON DEMPSTER I Irvington Ky p I Flour and Produce Barrels I InI at UIJ I have opened a Cooper shop at West PoiJtff111 IKyI andam prepared to furnish barrels in l JI lWJIl t FI H I KAYEWEST5 POINT c tctscffS w JUST NE VfI OR D that word Is TuttSIt refers to Dr TuWs Liver Pills and MEANSatHEALTHTroubled IndigestionSick VlrtigoBilious BiliousInsomnia othersIndicate T tiepills Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 0 1905 If you want good shoes buy from Con rad Sippel- H Drain of Webster was here part of last week Frank and Temple Lewis of Addi- 1Qn were here Sunday Veep your molasses fresh Conrad Payne Us Co sell the cans Mall at Conrad Payne Cos and get their prices on molasses cans W 0 Piercsall of Mayfield Ky has been visiting Father C Brer Morris Kincheloe ana Arthur Beard were bert from Hardinsbnrg Sunday Arthur Scott of Hardinsbnrg wa the guest of Miss Margaret Moorman SundayWilburn Hamman arrived Saturday from New York oity for a visit to relativesMiss Olivia Fallon returned last week trom a visit at West Clifty Urayson county Miss Pearl Cowherd arrived from i Louisville Wednesday to visit Miss Grace Plank Mrs Sarah J Bruner oi Union Star arrived Wednesday for a visit to Mrs D H Severs Miss Jennie Mabel Harris has been visiting her cousin Miss Mabel White at Webster A nice line of mens womens and childrens shoes just received at Conrad Sippels store Miss Eliza Squires of Hardinsbnrg has been visiting her sister Mrs Mrbm Gibson vMr and Mrs J W Squires of Hardinsbargure visiting their daughter Ors Lajtdn Gibson Mrs H H Van Dyke will arrive here from Louisville this week to be the guest of the Misses May Mrs F D Whiteneck and children have arrived from Greenwood Ind to be with Mr Whiteneck at the Duncan House Miss Margaret Ford daughter of A Y Ford of Louisville was the guest of Miss Elcise Nolte several days last weekA M McCracken of Louisville superintendent of the Henderson Route attended the Masons barbecue FridayMr and Mrs I ti Dismore and daughter Helen of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Tillman Pauley last week Miss Jennie Warfield and niece re turned Saturday to Louisville after spending several weens with her sis ter Mrs Frnnn Fraize You need not suffer longer with rheumatic pains Call on AR Fisher druggist for a nine days treatment qf Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure Man ctured and guaranteed by the Old eteran Rheumatic Cure Co In corporated at Adairville Ky Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weakand others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and strong while others stay smalland weak Scotts Emulsion offers an easyway out of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation not because of lackI of food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds md gives the child growing strengthWhatever the cause of weak ness and failure to grow Scotts Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right f Send for free sample Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl St New Yoil J 11 sec and ftoo all druggists i Go to Conrad Payne Co for your molasses epos Mrs Vary Knight of Cannelton formerly of this city was here part of last week Miss Elizttbeth Foote of Bowleg vine has been visiting her aunt Mrs V r3 BabbHge Malcolm OBrien returned Wednesday from Kirk where he has been engaged in farming Miss Verna Ryan was hero from Tobinsport several days last week vis iting Miss Maude Polk Mrs Melville Eskridge came up from Owensboro Friday to Vlsi t her sister Mrs P L King Mr and Mrs G W Short have returned from a visit to Owensboro Hartford and other points Mr and Mrs James Witt of Web ster and Miss Maude Wittof Rosetta were here part of last week W S Ball and Henry DeHaven Moorman were down from Hardins burg several days llAst week To purchase a stylish and becoming fill hat go to Frank Mortons mill iners at Walter B Oelzes store Mr and Mrs Chas May and two daughters Misses Eva and bliza have returned from Louisville Misses Juditn Miller and Linnie DHny have returned from Niagara Falls and Chantanqna N Y Miss Leila McOary came down from Hnrdinsburg Thursday for a visit of several days to Mrs P P Payne Misses Jane Wittmer and Lucy Smith fcf Cnnnelton were the guests of friends weeksMrs Jennie Sullivan and littl Miss Elizaoeth Woods of Louisville are visiting Mr ana Mrs H A Oelze Mrs Helen Adams of Leitch field who has been visiting Mr and Mrs H A Oelze retuned home yesterday Mrs Jake Macer and Mrs Joseph Opperman of Howell nave been the guests of Mr and Mrs Tillman Paul eyMrs Harned Pate of Owensboro and Mrs Carolina Tinius of Holt have been visiting Mr and Mrs L V Chapin Miss Alice Board or Holt and visitor Miss Lucile Coxof Hendsrson have been visiting Misses Rhea and Martha Willis Bowmer Barks has been here from Louisville part of the past wef k vis iting nis grandparents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Mrs J H Wills and Messrs T F Sawyer and RT Polk were in Louis- vIlle several days last wee attending the nedsido ot Joe Sawyer Mesdames F J Ferry and A R Fisher and Miss Elizabeth Skillman attended the wedding ot Miss JAlliene Murray and Mr Fred Ferry at Glen deane last Wednesday Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure is rec ommendea for the cure of rheuma tism only Call on your druggist for a nine days treatment which is guar anteed to cure Price 100 If you want your clothing cleaned and pressed call on Walter Forline located next door to Dr R L New soms office He will maKe old clothes look new and do good wore Mr and Mrs Brnner and children of Quitter Mrs Hall and grandson of Webster and Mr HarrIngton and daughter of near Garfield wert here last week visiting Mr and Mrs WN HoltOld Veteran Rheumatic Cure is guaranteed to cure rheumatism only Try a nine days treatment If one nine days treatment does not cure you a second nine days treatment will For Sale by A R Fisher Cloverport KyWhy should you send your girls to Lynnland Simply to prove your good judgment and business ability The location is unsurpassed for healthfulness and beauty The whole institution is under the care and control of the proprietor and his wife The teaching is ot the beet quality the faculity is strong the apparatus abundant the school is indorsed and sustained by the best and noblest people and the cost is reasonable No competing school of equal rank gives anything like such good terms Send for catalogue W B Gwyun Pres Glendale Ky LOCAL BRIEFS m 7 Presiding Elder JTRushing preach ed at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening and Monday evening It being the last quarterly meeting beiore the Louisville conference Mr and Mrs C L Koil have arrived from Weehawkon ft J to reside here Mr Keil will have a position as machinist at the Henderson i Route shops j J J J A union meeting of the Baptist J J Young Peoples Union and the Ep J worth League the first sinne their j formation several months agoWS held at the Methodist church Sunday t I F DR R P KEENE 1 t I TAYLOR KEENEmi I I ICII DENTISTS Iir1Ii t i oneiT on wishing 1IIJ I J illDateI ii evening before the hour of the preach- Ing service It was largelv attended by members and nonmembers of both organizations the Sundayschool room being full and many being seated in the main part of the chrucn H L Oelze president of tne Baptist Young Peoples Union at the invitation of the Epworth league led the union meeting and made a short talk taking the familiar quotation from John II Remember thy Creator in the days of thy youth IIae his text He empha sized the importance of seeking Christ early in life spoke of the great In terest taken this year by the young men and young women of the city in Christian work and of the possibility of the Baptist Young Peoples Union und the Epworth League evangelizing the town One feature of the meeting was a solo by Dr A A Simons Waldo Simons of Tobinsport who drew the lucky nunber in the contest for the 100 graphophone given away by M Hamman S Son at the Masonic barbecue last Friday preferred the graphophone to the filO in gold offered by C W Hamman in its stead and took the machine to nis home at Tobinsport Saturday As it was heard half a mile back ot Tobins port when plalyed in this city at openair concerts last week Clover port people may still get the benefit of its muiso though it has been moved across the river E G Bra brant a photographer of Owensboro bought the photograph gallery of W B Oelze on Elm street last wee for the purpose of operating it Emmett Mattingly has accpeted n position of barber at 0 W Ham mans AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A 3 1Your5 RepairedEE 5 and Guaranteed c P = If we dont do as we say we will 4 wo will return your money jWe have firstclass land guar = 4 anteed goods in watches clocks chaps charms rings = spectacles silverware etc atj iiPrices You Gannotjuplicate Elsewhere We live hero and everybody knows us If our word is not good dont believe what we say Our big sales and Im mense amount of repairs speak = what people believe = T Cr LEWIS SON e 33YOUR JEWELERS = 3 HARD1NSBURQ KENTUCKY = TYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYVYY YYYYYY aKKkrrSk rK S Kkr K KK K rt tro 0 j Nows The Time j inilETOE WEATHER IS c GOOD TO LET US HAVE SIS IJLUMBERYOUR IOR i MM YLI ft ALL KINDS OF FRAMING MA fc TERIAL AND CAN SUPPLY It j t CIIOICE POPLAR OR WALNUT AT A MOMENTS NOTICE R COME TO US L ftK Prices furnished on application ISpecial prices on large orders S I Seaton Weatheriiol- tII Cloverport Ky tkkkKkkt tKstkKkkkkk h + + Wants i + J + Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week FOR SALE IMIM GardnerAgnew FOil SALE pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines one lot of Rood Laundry machines OasollnoEnStreotLoulsvllloFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE rusvtlleForenrldRO News Cloverport ICy FOB SALESWINE Foil SALESwine 0 F C pigs bred from and dam registered by L It Sliver Association fromCusfollowspairorwheathinderas good us now and In good running order buttlttleI or all of the above for good live stockA A Iolk Tobinsport Ind Subscribe for the NEWS HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March lto May 1C and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 tally Mull und express loaves Clo veruortO52 A M stops at all way stations arrives Loulsvlllo 1235 p in Train No 44 Dally fast mall loaves Clo verpDrt 44sp m stops ut nil way stations atLoulsviilaaccommodation WEST HOUND accommodationleavesvllln 900 a m lxpressleavesOwensooroStunleyaiisvlllo arrives St Louis 730 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 7 sStl p m Evunsvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No45 dully St Louts fast train lonvesClo vorport 1100 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only betweenLouisvillecars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 und 40 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND leavesFordsville43oaam Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 p m Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsville 6 30 a m irvington 903 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 am arrives Kordsvllle 245 p m Train No 5 Dally leaves IrvlnRton 050 p m arrives Kordsvllie 1125 u m ri X TE are not disposed toiI I ji the fact I M iioverlook interests of I the bank and those I W iof1 the people are closely m q bound together They canII i successfully Ii mIil 1 m rryoung people are especially M welcome Any and all bus willhmj prompt attention t i l l PINsumm AGA I X S T X W Doss UV Film AXI 11BUltOJu1tl HIGHKST- W RATE OF INTEREST m TINEDEI Bank of Cloverport Cloverport r Kyr i barber shop to fill tho vacancy caused by the resignation of Carl Overton Miss Pearl Gregory and mother re turned Monday to FranKfort Mies Gregory was token seriously ill on r August 25 while visiting her cousin Miss Maude Polk and her mother was summond to her bedside She was much Improved when she left for her home Miss Eloise Nulte entertained Thurs day ufternoon in honor of her visitor Miss Margaret Ford daughter of A Y Ford of Louisville Those present were Misses Margaret Ford Elizabeth 1 j MEET ME AT NOLTESId THE COOL SPELL REMINDS US THAT SOON THE GEN TLE BREEZE WILL BE TINGED WITH FROST i ARRIVING DAILY Are Our Fall Goods Embracing Dry Goods Silks Outing Cloth Flannelettes Broadcloth Pan ama Cloth Mohair Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Blankets Comforts Keep US in Mind When You Are in Need of Anything in Our Line J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Always cheapness wh- yCADICKSGOLD DUST FLOUR Ca IGRANDVIEW rBabbage Sons CUT RATE SPOT CASH PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I IOneI One bbl Clover Pounds Granulated Sugar10060 Pounds White Cloud Lardd7 Bars Red Wrapper Soap 7 Bars Big Deal Soap 8 Toilet Soap One Dozen Masons Quart 3 Cans Salmon One Dozen Table Glasses 2 Pounds Good Soda 3 Bottles Ammonia 6 Boxes Capitol Matches 6 Sacks Table Salt Brass Wash Board 3 Dozen Clothes Pins 6 Cakes Sweet Chocolate Gallon Syrup 25 Pairs HensWomens Childrens Shoes Best Brands Calico yard4 t2cIAny Lawns yard Sc- Our Manchester Chambra yardSc Hens Jeans Pants pair JVII tAWtJ LnNeave Virginia Babbage Lucy Adams Jane Lightfoot Mo and May Owen and Addie of Morganfibld Rev Elias Anton tho and Schowel Cherkiina a deacon of the Syra Chaldean church in Armenia wore here Saturday and col lecting subscriptions to erect a new It pays best to buy your food stuff for quality rather than That is such a good investment It will make more delicious to eat than v u have any idea The purest grain and the best methods of milling insure this It is the finest product of the wheat It awaits you at your grocer u Leaf 17 350 25c 25c Bars 25c Jars 55c 25c 25c 5c 25c 25c 25c 1 30c Sc 25c 1 30c and at 90c per of our lOc 12 l2c and 15c at per llOc per 100 per 65c Skillman Lucile Hudson Mildred Mary Gavock Young pastor Sunday things house of worchtp to replace one do ptroyed lhy their jKrsetntorRtno Turks Rev Anton has lost an nru in light lug with his countrymen against Turkey They have been in this country only two months but spoke fairly good English They received some help here letters of recommendation from members cf Protestant churches in Kentucky and Indiana aiding them greatly in their work u To Cure a Cold in One Day fcl Cures Two Crip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH JOnevery IC 25CSeven Mffllon boxes sold In post 12 months TiilS Signature 8 j i i Z = TT iiThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 1005 No Quarantine in State Regarding the report to the effect th- I Kentucky state board of health lint quarantined ainst refugees from the South Dr J M McCormack secretary of of the state board has given out the following interview Kentucky has not established n quarantine but has simply extended itsi regulations of August aJ so as to require that no railroad or steamboat company shall furnish transportation to or bring intro this state any person front any of the infected districts of Louisiana or Mississippi who do not hold a certificate from some proper state or United State S health official that ho has remained atone of their detention camps for at least peven days All of the lines fromI the South have been notified of this reg ulation and it is now in full operation It is easy to relieve a couth or cure a cold after a copious evacu tic n of tho bowels Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup It acts on the boweh expels all cold from the system an cures coughs by removing the cause This remedy clears the phlegm an strengthens the mucous membranes ot tho throat Ghost lunga and bronchial1 tubes The honey bee and tho re clover blossoms is on every bottle of Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar the Original laxative Cough Syrup Sold by All Druggists Rockefeller to Surprise Country New York Aug OOu what iis slated to be the bet of authority the Herald todny says that John D Rocke feller is planning gifts of money for educational sad charitable purposes which will far surpass Any contribu tions he has heretofore made HisI methods selecting objects for benefac tions have been changed however and here after they will be made largely up on the advice of his son John D Rockefeller Jr and according to sys tems learned by the younger man when he was in Europe a few months ago Got off Cheap He may well think be has got o cheap who atter having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr King Now Lift Pill A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache cou ti patron etc 25c at Short Haynes drug store guaranteed Pat Masterson Heavy Loser lit tt 351J fire at Troy lucY lastl Wednesday morning Pat Masterion formerly of Cloverport was a heavy loser A sale stable of Mr Mastersons and the roof and interior furnishings of the Riverside Hotel of which he is the proprietor were destroyed by fire and water Hills livery btable was de stroyed and the Knights of Pythias hall1 slightly damaged WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured By Chamberlains Colic Cholera And Diarrhoea Remedy When my ioy was two years olu he had a very severe attacK of bowel complaint but by the use of Chamber lains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy we brought him out all right says Maggie Hickox of Mid land Mich This remedy can bo de pended upon in the most severe nxses Evon cholera intnntuin IB cured by it Follow the plain printed dfrection- and a euro is certain For sale by Snort A Haynes To Investigate Juggling Washington Aug 111 President Roosovelt in a letter to Representative John Wesley Gaines promises that there will be a searching investigation of the juggling of tobacco statistics Mr Gaines who is here says the presidents promise is unqualified and as strong as language can make it JPKillcbrow the recently appoint ed tobacco agent of the department of agriculture was granted thirty days in which to prepare for taking office The appointment came as a surprise to him and found him busy with his to baooo crap Attacked By a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until cov ered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Buoklons Arnica Salvo and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes GJ Welch of Tekonsha Mich and find it perfect Simply great for cut and burns Only 25c at Short A Hay nes drug store- Ilandsonle Automobile Here A party ot Evansville people consist ing of two ladies and two gentlemen passed through the city last Wednesday morning in a large touring automobile en route from Louisville to Evansville They made the trip to Louisville on the Indiana side of the river They made the return trip on the Kentucky side because the trills are not an difficult to climb as on the other side Tho auto mobile was the largest and handsomest ever seen here Warm Canvass Will be Made Henry D Moorman of Hardins burg is at The Scot bach Mr Moor man is the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Breukenridge county He said that a warm canvass will bee made over tne county this fall by candidates on both sides While Breck eniidge county is considered a dose county he said the Democrats feel confident of carrying it this fall Fridays Courier Journal A cold or cough nearly always produces constipationthE water all rails to the oyes nose and throat instead of passing out ot the system tlnougl the liver and kidneys For time wont of moisture the bow els become dry Honeer and Tar is the original Laxative Cough Syrup It meets and corrects the above conditions by acting as- a pleasant cathatric on the bowels ex pels all colds from the system and cures ill coughs croup whooping cough LuGrippe bronchitis etc Sold by All Druggists Prices of Barley and Oats Set The American Society of Equity has thed1000 oats and barley bulletins The yield of the oats crop in this country 1is estimated at 870000000 bushels tad all oats growers are urged tonold their thirtydlive cents per bnshnl The yield of time barley crop is estimated at 1275 0000 bushels and a minimum price of forty five cents per bushel is recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take it when you have a cold and it will allay tho cough relieve the lungs aid expectoration open the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have testified to its superior excellon ce It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Price 25 Large size 00 cents For centsI Short n Haynes Entertained at Rockport entertainedffat euchre Tuesday evening in honor of her guests Miss Ruth Haynes of Cloverport Ky and Miss Bossie KysRockport Ind Democrat tttitiKC of the Honeybee The range of honeybees Is but little understood said an authority Many suppose that bees go for miles in quest of nectar while others think they go only for a short distance It may be curious to many to understand how any one can tell how far the bees may fly but this Is simple when understood beesfwere first Introduced In the Vnltcil States these bees having marks dlf ferent from the common bees already hero were easily distinguished and 1niter any beekeeper had obtained the Italian bees they could be observed and their range easily noticed It bloom Is plentiful close to where bees are located they will not RO very far perhaps n mile In range but If It Is scarce they may jp live mills Usually about three miles Is as far Ul they may go profitably Hees have been known to go as far as eight tulles In a straight line crossing a body of water that distance to land Milwau kee Free Press Tin Iowir of n Vc Ioe Stories abound to illustrate the power possessed by great speakers and act ors to stir the emotions by the tones of the voice It Is said of the older eyessof a company upon one occasion by the way In which he uttered the opening words Our Father of the Lords PrayerA Is told of the great Irish orator OConnell An attack had been made upon him in the house of commons When OConnell arose to reply his lofty brow was black with thunder and his arm uplifted as if to strike Then checking himself be said But the gentleman says he loves Ireland Lowering his tone to the rippling mur mur of a summer brook he continued I have no words of bitterness or re proach for any man who loves Ireland The pathos in the fragmentary utterance of the last word brought tears to the eyes of many veterans of the house A Double Meaning A good story is told of a famous English engineer An attorney went to him when he first began his career to ask him an opinion as a civil engineer After the opinion was given ho In quired aa to the fee and was told it was 25 guineas which he accordingly paid Some years later when the civil reputationsand ben made a fellow of the Royal society the same attorney went up to him for an opinion and when he had received it said I remember the last time I was here I asked your fee and you sold It was 25 guineas and so I have brought a check for that amount The engineer looked at him and asked lJh1if he knew what F R S meant The answer was Why certainly It means fellow of tho royal society Yes said the engineer and it means also Fees raised since OASTOE1XABesrs theiha Kind You Hare Always Bought Signature 11 or ir i I s WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADEI- N YOUR OWN TOWN BY THIS SIGN YOU MAY KNOW THE SINGER STORE WHERE YOU ARE ASSURED OF GUARANTEE SOLD OR RENTED AT OLLIE RICHARDS Agent Cloverport Ky A Common Palpable Error In Diagnosis And Treatment Written fOr the tiers lhy A 11 Lntlmtn 11 D Elizabotlitown Most doctors have always been kind honest honorable anti selfsacrinoing men Nevertheless an intolerance exists among them 1st Against in structing the puoilc 2nd Against just criticism Urd Against any idea at variance with their own This opposi thin to public instruction is traditional an heirloom of the dark ages when ignorance was covered with mysti cism Although medicine is not an exact science today and never will be our present light enables us to share it with an intelligent public While most oeople preserve a strange indifference in regard to knowledge of whatever pertains to the health of themselves and families the interest in such mutters is growing wonder fully as is evidenced by the support given to an everincreasing number of popular health journals While the standard of medical edu cation is being continually elevated in our medical colleges there is so much taught which is of no practical use to the exclusion of facts which con duce to the patients welfare Theory is all right and textbooks are neces sary out the doctor at tho bedside of his patient must investigate and be his own judge and jury in matters so vittaly important oftentimes disre garding the idol of authorityHe must think for himself Every location has its diseases common to that section of country Each season according to its atmospheric conditions develops cer tam diseases The topography of tho country is important in making a cor rest diagnosis as is also the social customs and habits of life of tho peo pie The water supply presence of ponds and swamps overflowing wella and springs filthy cens pools And outhouses and pig pens faulty diet clothing unsnited to the season expo sures of all kinds etc etc help to a correct diagnosis- La grippe pneumonia and ty phoid tever appear only under cer t am atmospheric conditions Last summer typhoid fever and malarial troubles were conspicuous for their absence There was a lack of humid itytho air was of normal dryness I kept a hygrometer and watched tho FAIR DEALING BY YOUR OWN TOWNS PEOPLE BACKED BY THE SINGER state of the atmosphere from day to day Winter a year ago the air was very dy and predisposed to pneumon ia There were a great many cases Last winter the air was not so dry and as a result la grippe appeared but there ws less pneumonia This sum mer has been rainy and my hygrome ter has shown an excessive humidity water suspended in the air As a result malarial and typhoid trou bles appeared and are still present Tho stillwater ponds in this section also overflowing springs and wells under certai n rain tails and the hot sun along with decayed vegetation contaminate the air and water to produce the majority of our summer fevers There are no doubt filthy sour ces of infection also In our towns the mosquito may rarely convoy the infection from the sick to the well With few exceptions the summer and fall fevers which we have are malarial in character In the month of March when atmospheric conditions are fav arable the chills appear later come the intermittent typo of malarial fever characterized by a violent chill fever and sweatthe fever some times reaching 100 degrees but tho temper ature tails with the sweat to normal Next come tho remittent typo of ma lariat fever It is a severe type of malarial disease and the temperature never at any time becomes normal This disease closely resembles typhoid fever lint the stepladder temperature and pea soup stools peculiar to ty phoid are absent- Hemorrhages and other symptoms are similar to typhoid The lesions are in tho abdomen The estivo autumnal parasite can be found in time blood cells the typhoid bacillus is ab sent This remittent or estivoantuin nal fever is the slow fever which the doctors have misdiagnosed as ty phold Quinine is ail absolute poison in this fever and is the drug which plays havoc with the patient it mains or kills If the patient lives through the quinine ordeal the disease is only suppressed and it roappaars at another time Tuis is not the case when the disease has been properly diagnosed and properly treated KENTUCKYS BIG STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON 6September 1823 6 IN PREMIUMS 25000PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 5 9 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky 1 iJ L 1Jc Quinine mad is the state of the dominant school of medicine today Tho routine and indiscriminate use of the drug oy most of these physicians has induced many people to likewise abuse it by becoming habitual users There is not tho slightest indication for qUInine in typhoid fever nor in the remittent type of malarial fever It is positively contraindicated Quinine converts a wild fever into an exceedingly grave one leaving the patient maimed by ill health it he or she happens to survive Sufferers from chronic disease applying to me for treatment frequently remark I nave not felt well since I had the fever To anyone with a knowledge of the facts such a remark condemns the treatment which was given for the fever The disease instead of having b en cured has been suppressed Thie isI why they have it again and again Other harmful drngs are included in the common treatment of these f vers Antipyrine acetanilid phe nacetine are powerful heart depress ants Their evil effects on thfl patient ure then partly counteracted by stry chnine and whiskey These often fail to counteract and the patient dies Even the strychnine and the whiskey are physiologically inimical to each other Lastly too strong and powerful bowel antiseptics are used They add fuel to the fires of the fever and increase peristalsis favoring hemorrhage When the latter happens acetate of lead and opium are otten resorted to or morphine given An iron constitution is necessary to sur vive the common treatment Such treatment is responsible for the frightful mortality Under proper treatment these dis eases 1 are not serious enough to be feared 2 do not appear again in those who have kind them3leave the system in a healthy condition Atwood P Latham M D Given Up to Die B Spiegal 1201 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely 1 had three of tho best pnysicians who did me no good and was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle was entirely cured Sold by A K Fishe- rBreckenridge Election Board Last Wednesday at Frankfort county election boards for the several counties of the State were selected ty the State Election Commission to serve for tho coming November elec tion with power to appoint the pre oiuct officers to hold that election W S Cart Democrat and Chas Stanford Republican compose = the board selected for Breckenridge county C Eye 9TORIEE1 Dears theiha Rind You Have Always Bought iga taro YI-n FREEFor I subscribers to the BreckenridgeNewsat 300 we will send one of these twobladed pocket knives worth 75 cents The blades of these knives are made of the best steel 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 Southern Arkansas Land Timbered rolling perfect drama no swamp good water Grow cor cotton small grains cowpeas an believed to bo the coming clover and alfalfa country porous clay soil and clay subsoilcheapest lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Write for Southern Arkansas book let and Homeseekers rates Aug 15 Sept 5 and 10 Oct 8 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Send in your Subscription now LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOIUOItATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Eva no vflle- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday lOa m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passetigei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150J58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Slip SIX MILLION ACRES The State of Texas will place on sale Sept let 1005 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state at from 100 to 300 per acre one iourth cash down forty years time on balance 3 per cent interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug l j Sept 5 and 10 Oct 3 and 17 1E W LaBEAUilE G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nerveness headache constipation bad brtatk general debility sour risings and catarrh el the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kahl cures Indigestion This new discovery rtpra cents the 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Springs Ark via Memphis Illinois Central Weekly Excursions CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angocs ai Ban Francisco via Now Orleans Eve Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Omaha and the Scenic ltouto every Vedni day from Chicago Full Pnrtloilars concerning all of above can bo bad ot Homo Agents or1 addressing P W BARLOW D P A Louis 1AI 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSyliQ Mind sinALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 0 r 16 10- ek IIYOLo XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1905 121 Pages NO8 ARURAL FREE DELIVERY GOOD ROADS A NECESSITY FOR = ESTABLISHMENT OF ROUTES IN COUNTRY lE PostOffice Department Receives a Varied Line of Communications from Its Carriers Many Farmers Anxious to Cooperate These two go hand in hun1 said t the Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Hon P V DeGraw There are hundreds of what we call Adverse f Reports In which the Rural Agent after Inspecting a proposed rural free delivery route reports that the roads are such as to preclude the Possibility of a carrier traveling them at all sea sous of the year The Rural Com munity should not expect service at their doors unless they show a disposi es tion to meet the Department half way by providing passable roads The Department call neither com Inpel carriers to travel bad roads nor tom risk their lives and the safety of the refmall at dangerous fords and on unsafe bridges Nor can carriers be required p to leave their vehicles and open gates by across roads The policy of the Department requires either that gates PATRONS AT WASHOUT on private and public roads covered by carriers be removed or that they be made automatic that Is of such con struction that the carriers can open nnd close them without dismounting The Faithful Carrier t1 Many letters on this subject come to elf the Department from rural carriers 11 At certain seasons heavy rains occur In nil parts of the country When t roads are flooded and Washed bridges itta are carried out and shallow fords be- comelye Impassable carriers often go eet miles out of their way to surmount hi i such obstacles ill They are loyal uncomplaining man messengershas dryII And it is no more than fair that patrons assist them In every way possi hie breaking out snowdrifts draining bottoms and bridging crooks I want the Department to know what good citizens we have In this part of the country wrote an appre dative carrier last winter serving Smile route in tho Middle West We have had the heaviest snow of the season roads drifted six to ten feet deepJII along my route the farmers were ahead of me with heavy sleds breaking a road for my buggy and when I was halfway around four hours late both me and Billy nigh tuck erect out they stopped me at a little village put filly in a warm stable gave us both a good dinner and sent me on with a fresh horso and a cutter I tell you Mr Postmaster General theres nothing too good for these pee pIe out here Farmers a Boat Another carrier reports delay In returning to the postofilce OB account f- x11yrrt heavy rains At the Big Sandy Ford tho water was six feet deep and I thought I should have to go back to town But the folks on the other side had a boat ready and loaned me n rig So I got through O K They had to repeat this for ten days 1 told thorn I thought the Government would pay them for It but they wouldnt hoar to It I wish you would thank them for their kindness And the Department wrote a letter to the Postmaster expressing its appreciation of their action But It Is not always so Read this from a Postmaster I hate to complainbut there Is a stretch of road through a creek bot jI torn on route No 2 that has boon j flooded for several weeks The crock Is choked up with brush and the water I backs up two feet over the road for nearly a mile The rural carrier says his buggy has been turned over severalI tlmos and his horse almost gets mlrod at out place It would be a simple matter to open the creek so the water will run off But the people up there say It isnt their business illicitthat If the carrier dont bring the mall they will complain to the Department And the Road Supervisor says he hasnt any more money What shall I doV Others write of washouts not mended bridges tumbling down trees blown across the highways In one OF TILE R F U HELPING THE CARRIER A ts yr a ii a a I case They say they have repaired the road but all they did was to throw In pine brush and scatter dirt over It and the carriers horse went and all but broke a leg Warnings of the Department Of course there are localities In which for lack of money or material or as n result of the peculiar lay of the land roads cannot be made good But in most cases bad roads result from Indifference and neglect of either the patrons or the county authorities And where such negligence becomes persistent continuing after from the Department the route is changed tho carrier Is authorized to take another und bettor road and the persons responsible for the change must suffer the loss of Convenient mull deliveryIt goodIfarmer than any equivalent ment he can make Roads are ns necessary ns houses and farm tools A good road is a saver of time stock and gear It encourages Industry It males for success In agriculture It furthers happiness It opens the way to better civilization As a rule in goodroads localities you find good farms and prosperous farmers To some extent the prosperity of a rev glen exists in advance and Is responsible for the good roads and in c4t4Qb 747- i6cv1av ayys t- rr t w x I PICTORIAL LETTER FROM A CARRIER Provided t through warning several states the cost of road rank 1 1the varies widely but the fact remains wherever there arc formers there are markets and wherever truck and grain andsupplles are hauled over bad roads there is n shrinkage of profits Soon or late the waste In time and In wear and tear of equipment will more than equal the cost of a f fll read r Y NOT LIKE THE KAISER CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY HELPLESS WHEN FIANCEES CHAPERONE DISAPPEARS Revival of Ancient Customs and Practices at the Royal German tluiIalsersI f thatEmpresswith the Crown Prince and Crown Princess as opponents with other members of the royal family similarly occupied was an Incident of the mar riage festivities when Crown Prince Frederick William of Germany and the Duchess Cecilia of Mccklcnburg Schwerln were Joined In happy matrimony This WitS one of the ancient customs practiced by the Prussian royal family two centuries ago and earlier nod was revived a couple or months ago when the royal marriage was solemnized In the Fatherland While the royal family were at the cards distinguished personages of the country and front abroad were rev ceived by the ruling family A Custom of the Dark Ages Another ancient ceremony practiced was a dance for royalty by torchlight while a still more mcdevlal custom was carried out after the bride and bride groom had left the wedding party when the chief Indyiu waiting gave to each of the guests a garter of silk and WEDDED CROWN I velvet having thereon the brldcsmono gram and the date In gold letters The Grand Duchess Auastasia the mother of the Crown Princess is a- very easygoing woman who cares but little for the stralgntlaccd notions of proprieties of the German court and 1 IL was partly on this account and through time numerous stories of her escapades both before and after her husbands death tint she became at odds with the Kaiser Through her Independence and an in of the betrothed last March the engagement came within an ace of being broken off Understanding of course that time fiancee of the Crown Prince was to be accompanleu by her mother time Kaiser gave his consent for his son to meet the lady of his choice at Florence A Young Bridegroom What was the dismay of the Crown Princes advance equerry when he found that the fiancee was only acv companied by a ladylnwalting timid a maid a scandalous situation Indeed as viewed by the rules of of the royal family The equerry an aged experienced olllclalI telegraphed Grand Duchess Anastasia to come In stantly by special train to arrive In Florence before the Crown Prince But she replied that she could not under take the journey as It was most fatigu lng and shit saw nothing wrong In her being accompanied Only by a ladylnwnltlng The Kaiser on learning of the situation nnd of the refusal of the Grand Duchess was most Incensed And while all this was going on the Crown Prince arrived In Flor ence found his betrothed alone and then telegraphed his father of the situ ation and asked helplessly What shall I do For an answer his father ordered the Grand Duchess Cecile home to her mother and his sot to leave at once for Berlin under penalty of hay ing tho engagement severed WORK FOR SAKE OF ACHIEVE MENT Secretary Shaw Gives Some Good Advice in an Address to Young Men The work of the world Is not being done well It does not Improve and success waits for the young man who eau do It better than others said lIon Leslie M Shaw the Secretary of the Treasury In a recent talk to young men Do not work for the sake of compensation Work for the sake of achievement The man who works for compensation wears himself out In eight hours but the man who works for the sake of his employment can work more than twelve hours a day without experiencing fatigue You re going into the busy world and Micro Is good pay In store for good orvlces Competition Is more Intense now than It ever was before You nest continue to Improve to get along nail the host worker the highest compensation for his labors Leslie M Shaw was dependent upon his own efforts for securing an educa than after he left the common schools lie taught school In the winter nUll worked In the harvest fields in the summer Several years he tramped Iowa selling fruit trees and nursery stock and no one ever said that the trees he sold slid not como true to name or wore not as ho represented them His energy was unbounded and ho was determined to succeed In spite of his poverty After years of hard workI he earned enough to his college and professional course and graduated from the Iowa College of Law After this he spent twenty years of untiring devotion to business lIe left the governorship of the Hawkoye State to take control of the greatest llnauclal of the world the Treasury of the United States THE NEWLY PRINCE OF GERMANY discretion Helpless etiquette daughter commands complete Institution STATUTE REGULATES MORALS District Attorney Jerome of New York Points Out that Laws are DeficientWithin last decade or so there has arisen an entirely new class of crime said Mr Jerome In a public statement crimes which do not come within the pale of the law In titearlier days of American history when I a man wanted to rob his neighbor he did so by force and there were laws which attended to his case if he should be detected and found guilty l There are no laws to cover 09 out of 100 crimes committed every day In lnulllFrancethe necessity of safeguarding the people against financial crimes has been recognized by laws which have been enacted to this end The trouble in this country is that I the morality of a great many people IsI governed by what Is on the statute books Thousands of New Yorkers are blind to the moral side and only know an act is Immoral then it is written Into the law ns a felony- It Is not so long since that I sent Larry Suniniprfleld the confidence man to Sing Sing anti people who are writing me refuse to see why many of the high financiers of Wall Street should not follow him I met Sum I merfleld In a restaurant just before he was convicted and called him over to me I told him I would talk to him as Jerome not as the districtat torney lie said to me that he did not see how he could be convicted He ended up with this declaration I lid not think I was doing anything which was against the criminal statutes I was acting under the best legal advice to he had and so help me God I thought I was doing what oil the big fellows were selling the suck ers something that hind no value nt a sigh pilco THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION ONE OF TUB MOST IMPORTANT SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF TUB PRESENT TIME Large Numbers of Europeans Anv nually Invade American Indus tries Returning Home After Each Seasons WorkIAmerican im migration Is one of the serious problems of the day Employers In one part of time country are clamoring for laborers while In other sections particularly the large centers men are complaining that the steady Inllux of cheap European labor Is a constant menace to their employment and that men stand ready at nay mo meat to take timely jobs at outthroat wages I IMMIGRANTS fOMING W i TJII CONGESTION OF A great difficulty with our systom of immigration lies lu the feet wo have no adequate machinery for spreading over the country the Inllux of new material which Is constantly arrivingA ltm reproduced from liarI pers Weekly till enormous concentration In New York antiI Penn sylvania the population Is already crowding elbows whllo In the outlying states whore immigration and labor are needed the yearly additions are entirely Insignificant This dl gram represents the distribution by states but It Is known that lu New York for Instance store than halt ojf this great Influx Is centered Immedi mutely In and around New York City Immigrants Should Distributed problem of our immigration Is one should not and cannot be much longer left to take care of Itself Time vast number of men and women who have over front southern Italy have lived all their lives on farms poor farms they mire to be suro and small but these peoples and entire education have tmlnlngI DIAGRAM SHOWING COMPARATIVE AMOUNT OF IMMIGRATION BY DIFFERENT STATES line of getting returns from the soil Distributed throughout the sparsely settled agricultural regions these southern Europeans be welcome and within a generation would In the majority of cases become worthy citizens herded together by the thousands In the great center where their envlroutnuuts and pursuits are entirely different from anything to which they have been accustomed theyconstitute a growing and very great menace In times of prosperity this fact may not be generally appreciated but with nucceedlng depression or hard tlmis period becomes more and more apparent and a greater and greater dauber Amending the Law or Enforcing It It Is believed and the Immigration ofliclals are working to this end that there should be a considerable tighten ing of our Immigration laws It Is certainly a detriment to the country to have a vast army of workers even though they hnvo sulllcient Intelli settee to pass our Inspection come Into the country and work for a season and STEEUAOH Tel S IOfll LARUE CITIES that shows where poor be The which cOllie would oncli up then go back to their European homes to remain uniil the next working sea won These men while In time United I fStates live on little or nothing work steadily and carry home with them tthe bulk of their earnings This Is anything but an nilviiiitiige to the general welfare of the country except itS it enables certain contractors and captains of industry to secure labor more cosily There is n No moro or leas violation of till Immigration laws but this Is only possible on arty largo scale where there Is connivance at hone With the heavy hand of the law brought down nut only on the offending Immigrant lint upon the party or agency which has induced him to make the attempt to unlawfully got past our borders there would bo fin loss of the mode sirable class for the nation to assimi late THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE It is In Use Among More People Than Any Other Civilized Tongue Next to Russia the United States stands among the civilized nations with SO000iM0 rime Gorman oiiiplrr has rlM 10000 the Japanese umpire 0000000 47000 OOU the United Kingdom IJOOOOOO Franco 3SUOOOOO Italy SJ000000 and Spain ISIMHMXKI China hits JloO iiDOOOO more or less but she does not count In the calculation Owing to time rapid growth of the United States Un English language Is now spoken by more persons than use nay other civil ized tongue Clinches V said he spoke German to his horse French to men Italian to his lady friend and Spanish to God In his days three and alinlf centuries oho Spain was a humid on which the sun never set England was only a small spot on the map and time English language hold only a mirror place In the civilized tongues Todn more than 110000000 people speak English 100000000 speak Russian for not all the people of time empire talk the national1 tougtmel 75000000 use Gorman 70000000 employ Spanish In eluding tho inhabitants of the Latin American countries toad 40000000 speak French Formerly French was the Court language of Europe but now IIEnglish Is as well knmvn at time Euro penn capitals as Is French English Every reader of this paper should have this book ICut off the coupon and mail to us with 150 Illustrated byErnest Haskell The AustriaHungary ByEugene P lyle Jr Published August 1st 18TH THOUSAND ALREADY All Bookstores 150 II MissourianThe romantic adventures of John Dimviddie Driscoll nicknamed Tho Storm Centro at tho Court of Maximilian in Mexico where his secret mission comes into conflict with that of tho beautiful Jacqueline The best romantic American novel of roo cent years Jr lies what so few of its class possess the elements of reality wrought by infinite pains ofdetail verisimilitude orStA remarkable Jlrst book of epic breadth carried through uri p 0t 4 1- swervingly A briaiantstoryN Y Times Saturday HQhJo 7r6 cc 1 oJ There is no more dramatic period in history and theVti o story bears every evidence of careful and patnafaking ycct t ttudvK Y Globe ot tib p crII DOUBLEDAY PAGE 0 i fQ loUr1 QlYS 133137 East i6th St New York 45 4 o r- f 4a- r t1 FAFM NOTES Work of tho United States Department of Agriculture GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL I The New Stln less Bee A gentle bee Is such an Insect In existence i Surely every thought of our hone mnllrs brings up an associa tion of our childhood days when we used to rob the hives and partake of tho storcdup sweetness perhaps to bo amply rewarded with swollen IIlIIHI HUll hands as a result of the resentful nature of the busy workers So then the announcement from the Department of Agriculture tint it hits dis covered n stlngless bee or rather bee with no Inclination to sting comes as something of a shock making us wish that we were children again and able the hidden treas to once more enjoy are of a hive without having projected into our systems time irritating venom of the hues sting To the beekeeper and especially the amateur this discovery of the bee ex mmII NEW STINGLESS parts comes as a thing long looked for and greatly to be desired They have hind dreams of IHHS that could be bandied without gloves or masks without smudge or smoke null with as little regard of stings as though they were handling but common Hies It Is true that some bees are more amiable than others and with ninny persons where care is not taken to avoid all stings the system eventually becomes accustomed to the prison so that be yond momentary pain a sting causes little or no lucoulmleUccII alas a Stin Of the races already in general1 cultivation tine Carniolans are the gen tlest but the gentle bee now ex ploited by the Department is the most amiable honeygiving insect of all and la practically stlnglcas although F dlS1lOltI haII CTtANK BENTOX OoVEUNMENT A11AUIST lug It Introduced fnuu tho Caucasus This Caiuasian llivv jii Hilt 111111 lusting and may lit handled nt all times without resort to the protection of the hoo veil or tin smoke put Experi ments were made to tout the temper ofII tho new IMH by riving the hive i taining them half n dozen severe kicks and then when they were well stirred up by taping out several racks of the 1 V t bees hurdling them carelessly and mulling no effort to keep them from alighting on the bauds or face Scooping Them Up by Handfuls They wore oven scooped up by the handfuls and poured back on the rack The operator was not even stung once mud nil through the experiments the honeygivers retained the amiability which has made them famous at the DepartmentWhile raising is carried on sue cessfully 111 the small towns in time country few persons know tint tit city Is well adapted to a limited x tent to this interesting industry The city of Washington is an example of this bees located there doing better during the spring and summer mouths than those in the Mirroundlug country owing to the excellent pasturage afforded for the bees In the numerous pardons parks and shade trees j ti I Bee Hives In New York City The roof of a prominent business house In New York City is known to contain a prosperous apiary while READY FOil ANGHY BEES another of about 40 colonies is located on the roof of a store in the business portion of Cincinnati Ohio and from which 30 to 40 pounds of honey pet colony are usually obtained each year Mr Benton in speaking of the lives tnt methods of bow culture stated that it is always desirable to have glllI tIc bets but that other essentials 1IIlI a good smoker and a veil of black bobinot or Brussels net to draw over tho hat and a pair of gloves preferably of rubber may be used at llrst These appliances may be safely dispensed with if time gentlest bees are kept Time Department of Agriculture maintains a modern apiary just n short instance from the main building where I GREAT HONEY BEE Ol EAST INDIA the various experiments with different varieties of bees Mart bivu ma I1 Government Apiaristi lire roa=inff Mr Benton hinR just departed on a tour of the globe hunting for d nirablo types of honeymaker He will make a collection of the llaucaan IMO limit perhaps the most interesting feature of iiis trip will be Ills visit t 1 India and the Philippine Islands for the pur pose of securing thin giant Ice of thoseI countries This bee lias mnr hln subjected to domestication and its artI lldal culture is unknown ft Is very much larger than nay of tit lbee now being raised in apiaries mud tho length of Its tongue enables It to roach tthe sweets of ninny honeyladen lowers and plants wlilch our own kinds cannot gather h7s CARE OF II STOCK IN TRANSIT Secretary Wllnons late visit to Chicago to inspect till incoming stock trains and the manner in which they are loaded with cattle will It Is stated bring about an improved con dition in the handling of Interstate slipmriittt of livestock Mr Wilson gave the Livestock anti Uiihvay Commit tee appointed to confer with him to understand that whir lie expected them to obey the law ills department hail no Intention of unduly himperlng shipments nail that he woiild modify certain existing orders hut he de manded of them In return that they do everything In their power to make live stock shipments still more humane Speaking of the condition of cattle irriving in the yards Secretary Wilson saidThey appeared to have boon well pared for The department is not try- ug to Impose hardships on the railways or the shippers only to secure the rest care for the stock sent out on the moot The railways have not observed thlI law hi my opinion as closely as they might have done but I am stow lI smell that they will do so and are amxloiis to cooperate with the tovernment If tics do so we will lave no moro trouble over this ques lou oJ BEE CORNER IN GROUNDS OF DKlAHTMENT OF AUUICULTUUK AT WASHINGTON ncctarylcldlng in the Department Wilsons recent somewhat llGraft tint when he entered Department he found half starved scientists wasI 11 i iI Jj7 t eP not far from the facts in the case any he can well point with some prldn to the splendid organization of his depart ment at this time oven though mucl hue and cry has been made over the recent discovery of graft In the sta tlstlcal division of the department II is only due Mr Wilson also to say that it Is entirely to his own enthusiasm and time enthusiasm and energy with which ho tins imbued the corps of chiefs and assistants which be hits gathered about him that his department has advanced during his eight years of Incumbency by such leaps and bounds Although a department in name a branch of tho Cabinet it was prior to till present Secretarys appointment little moro than a bureau It now takes rank as one of the foremost important aud most popular brandies of the adminis tratlon The cynics declare that with less enthusiasm and more caution and conservatism there would have been less scandal The proven facts brought to light thus far do not as a matter of fact disclose anything very terri ire or any concert of action to de friud the government or the people and the Individual cases which have been proven and which may be proven have and will be accorded summary action The housecleaning now in progress will undoubtedly have a beneficial effect and any olilclal decapitations will tend to improve future conditions- In the meantime the Department machinery is grinding ahead turning out extremely valuable products to the iuerlcau farmer Growing and Making Maple Sugar The Maple Sugar Industry 11 an interesting bulletin No riO Rnronu of orestry prepared by William I- lox and William F Ilubbard md containing also a discussion If the adulteration of maple sugar- y11 Chemist Wiley Mr II ullh11I1 the of time brightest young men of the Utireau of Forestry was irawned recently while canoeing on tho Potomac hirer tear Washington BODILY HEAT OF ESKIMOS Normal Temperature Frequently Over One Hundred Degrees Observations made in our Alaskan Tritory show that the bodily tern era ture of the Eskimo Is considerably iglier than that of Europeans While the mean temperature of tho party taking the observations In December nd July was USl degrees and 077 egrccs respectively that of the Iskimos for the corresponding dates as 11102 degrees nut OSl degrees Ithough the Eskimos live at a toutI erature of zero Fahrenheit they at times seem to be totally unconscious I of the cold around them truth occas mally open their clothing around I theII t I ESKIMO AND KEINDEEU waist and expose their bare skin to thr Iolel air just as one in a temporal climate would open his coat whet abnormally warm through vlolen exercise Arctic travelers have fount that as a rule the Eskimos strip whet in their houses and sleep naked They seem as much addicted to drinkln Icecold water as do the people of tit more civilized countries Time Eskimos construct their Led near the roofs of their snow smuts U take advantage of the heated if Impure air which ascends to the ceiling III USE OF HERBS DECLINING Good Old Remedies Our Grandfathers Dug In Woods Have Passed Away In the village of Greenwich England in a quaint old street whore the build lugs are so thick that they tough themselves together In a knot there is a queer little shop with a sign over the hoer that reads An Herb for Every Ialn On time shelves of tills shop nre to be found hundreds of different kinds of herbs for the cure of all bodily nil ments There can bo found all the old time herbs that our grandmothers used to have hanging around the walls of the kitchen raid stored away In time at tic ready to be made Into terms and syrups in case of sickness People who still have oldfashioned ideas about health and sickness go there for bugleweed sumach winter green sassafras camomile horehound yellow dock entail cherry bark mul lein extract of oats lobelia and soon All these herbs have time reputa lion of being good for some one or more ailments Catnip for nervous tress sassafras for time blood horehound und boneset for colds sumach for sore throat wintcrgrccn for rheumatism lo belia as nn emetic in case of poisoning mullein for consumption etc Nearly all of these herbs are made Into teas Sassafras tea boneset tea and catnip tea are brewed und served either cold or hot Among the many hundreds of herbs that are sold in this little shop are some that are deadly poisons and they are labeled and sold under time same restrictions as other poisons Time good old remedies that our grandfathers hunted and dug in time woods those that our grandmothers planted mill tended in the garden have given way to harmful remedies to drugs that leave time patient in a worse condition than when be began their use We believe it has been a mistake to give up the old remedies No Rebate Tribulations There Grows the Washington Post It Is certain that the President will have no dililculty in adjusting the rail WilY question In China where there 13 HO Obstinate Senate in the way SOUTHERN TIMBER SUPPLY SUFFICIENT FOR NATIONS 11 MANDS IF RATIONALLY USED Young Trees Planted on Clenre Areas Constantly Coming Forward to Maturity Thus Makin a Constant Supply Sluice tho vast timber lands of the Northwest have been practically dt iiiukul the lumbermen In that region lue seeking new fields in tbo South for a lumberman is always 11 lumberman nnd a pioneer The yellow pine and hard wood forests of several of tilt southern states which have been long neglected fur the lack of trausportatloi facilities have now attracted time at tentluii of northern lumbermen and the southern forests are being visited lbum the railroad anti tho saw mill Tlmbei land which a few years ago WitS eon nldered worth a dollar an acre now brings from 10 to 25 nUll with tit advent of tills practically new IIndus tryt and lnerenst population much ol tills lend after being logged has heel disposed of for agricultural purposes at a large advance over what was paid for It with time timber standing and has been converted into prosperous farm homes- Lumbcr Waste and Forest Fires Time average American lumber enmp is known to he a most wasteful Institu tion little regard being paid to the growth of new timber but the greatest danger comes from forest fires which lure fostered through the dried tops and brush left by the lumbermen The excellent work of time government Forestry Bureau Is however calling the attention of broadminded men to the national seriousness of such waste and it is stated that In the South the Southern Hallway Is doing its utmost to encourage ordinary business pru lence on the punt of land owners multi nill operators to insure tit porpetua tlou of our great timber resources Throughout the South several species of pint trees grow up quickly on cm ver lend mud even on new land The ew Orleans Times icmmnerat states limit with laud comparatively cheap and worthless for agricultural purposes tit rowing of plume in the South unmakes ono IIf the safest investments provided yes are kept out- Rational 1 Forest Cutting The rules and regulations adopted by 11 large lumber company in Louisiana whldl hits seen tit to cooperate with thl Bureau of Forestry of the Depart lent of Agriculture provide for time lining of its timber so that the supply w111 never be exhausted only the surplus trees being cut and for the plant Iuig of nil cleared areas in young trees instantly coming forward to maturity While our present Umber consump tion Is far in excess of the supply of Maturing trees It Is stated by the lureau of Forestry that If a similar istem of forestry were applied to nil merlcan forests it would Insure an tuple timid continual supply of lumber for the needs of the nation o DAIRYING ON SAN JUAN HILL istoric Spot Now the Abiding Place of Contented Cattle An official of the Department of Agriculture in tanking Investigations in Culm shortly after the close of the panishAmerlcan war found an illustration of the old truth that time busi es of pence follows closely upon the tral8 of devastation of war Close tot ic summit of San Juan 11111 up wlilch Colonel Hoosevelt and his tough HIders plunged on that memorable July dnly was found a dairy house sufficient I large to house three or four cattle THE MODEUN DAIRY ON SAN JUAN HILL Around this was a fenced enclosure constructed of timber timid barbed wire evidently collected from time remnants of the trenches and entanglements con structed by both the Americans timid Spaniards when they faced each other In deadly combat- THEY EAT MOSQUITOS Young Fish Make Short Work of Wrigglers Last March some 100 whitefish were born in the hatchery of the New York Aquarium and they have now grows to nil average length of about two Inches Naturally such little fishes when born under tho conditions of na ture would feed on minute forms oC animal life usually present In water but In the Aquarium it WitS neccssarj to provide food collected by man Firs they got herring roe chopped up vcr fume timid strained through cheesecloth Later they were given finely chopper liver but now they are partaking olf a fish delicacy in the way of mosquito larvae For two or three years the aquarium n hits had a mosquito exhibit silo vin tho various Interesting periods In tin life of a mosquito Ono of these fair lliar to most of us is the wriggler olf time rainwater barrel and of stagnant pools and ponds Time aquarium col lector often comes across places when perhaps a half a hundred thousand wrigglers can be scooped up in a gallo of 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a Sepia Toner for gaslight papers 6 tubes 25c NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICAL COMPANY 11th St and Penn Ave o Washington DC TheAvenging Hand They formed ti circle nrotuul Judge Bcriuutlcr who was giving his opinloi halirthis Inexplicable crime had been tbo talk ofParis M Bormutlcr the dominant flgurr of the group standing with his had to the fireplace talked about It dls cussed the various opinions hut came to no definite conclusions about tin f mutter Many women had risen and come lt nearer remaining standing with eye Used upon the smooth shaven face of the magistrate They shivered am vibrated through their curious fear which tortured them like a hunger One of them paler than the others after a silence said It Is frightful It touches the su pernatural We shall never know any thing about it t sayIng The magistrate turned toward her It is probable madanie that we never shall know anything about it but for the word supernatural when you come to use that It has no place here We are In the presence of n crime skillfully conceived very skillfully executed and so well envelopes In mystery that we can not separate the battling circumstances which sur Itround it Still once In my life I lint to follow an affair which seemed truly to be mixed up with something very unusual However it was necessary to give It up as there was no menus of explaining ItMany of the ladles called out at the same tune so quickly that their voices sounded as one Obi tell us about it M Bermutler swilled gravely as judges should and replied You must not suppose for an In stant that I at least believed there was anything superhuman in the ad venture I believe only in normal t causes And if in place of using the word supernatural to express what we eau trot comprehend wo should simply use the word inexplicable it would be much better In any case the surrounding circumstances in the affair I will relate to you have af fected me muchThe Vendetta ell was Judge of Instruction at Ajncclo a little town lying on the border of a beautiful gulf that was sur rounded on all sides by high moun tains Yes echoed the listeners r What I particularly had to look niter there was tit affairs of the ven detta Some of them were remarkable as dramatic as possible fero cious and heroic We found there the most wonderful subjects of vengeance that one could dream of hatred a century old appeased for n moment but never extinguished abominable plots assassinations becoming massa ores and almost glorious battles For two years I heard of nothing but the price of blood of the terribly preju diced Corslcan who is bound to avenge all Injury upon the person of him who Is the cause of it or upon his nearest descendants I saw old men and in touts relatives with their throats cut and my heal was full of these stories i One day we learned that nn En glishman had rented for souse years a little villa at the end of tIll nulf lIe had brought with him a French serv antSoon everybody was occupied with this singular person who lived alone in his house only going out to hunt and fish lIe spoke to no ono never came to the town and every lornlng practiced shooting with a pistol mind a rille for an hour or two lIe was reputed a dead shot Some legends about him were abroad that he was a high personage fled from his own country for political reasons and that he wits concealing himself after having committed a frightful crime Some particularly horrible details were even recited In my capacity of judge I wished to get sonic information about this man Hut it was impossible to learn anything He called himself Sir John Rowel I contented myself with watching him closely although in reality JOHN n ROCKEFELLER JR The Worlds Coming Billionaire Knows Well the Value of the Dollar This than in his 30th year is heir to the vastest fortune the world has ever seen His health has never been good being n sufferer from a stomach trouble no doubt inherited from his F JOHN D ROCKEFELLER JR father the Standard 011 magnate who though GO years of age has a more ruddy complexion and really more vigor than the son The young manI has recently returned from a half years health seeking stay In Europe but was little benefited Like many another rich man ho has particular 4 4 hex By Guyde lMaupassant there seemed nothing to suspect rt garding him I waited long for nn occasion to meet him It finally came In the fort of a partridge widen I shot nail Mlle before the very nose of the English minim My dog brought It to mo lIut Immediately taking it I went am begged Sir John Howell to accept the dead bird excusing myself for Intrusion lie was a tall powerful than with reel hair and red beard very large a sort of placid polite Hercules lIe had none of the soealled Brills haughtiness nml heartily thanked me In French for the delicacy At the end of a month we had chatted to gether five or six times Finally one veiling as I was passing by his door I perceived him astride a chair in the garden smokini his pipe I whiled him and lie askei me in to have a glass of beer I joinei him lie received mo with the fastidloui courtesy of the English With grout precaution in the form of a lively In lercst I put some eiuestlons to bin about his life and his projects 110 responded without embarrassment toll me that he had traveled much In Africa in the ladies and In America lie added laughing I have had many adventures oh yes A Great Hunter- I began to talk about hunting am he gave me many curious details of hunting the hippopotamus the tiger the elephant and even of hunting tin gorilla I said All these animals are yery formidable He laughed Oh nonI Time wors animal is matt Then he began to laugh with the hearty laugh of a big contented Englishman He continued I have often limited moan also lie spoke of weapons and asked mi to go Into his house to see his guns of various makes ami kinds Ills drawingroom was hung In black silk embroidered with gold There were great yellow llowers run nlng over the somber stuff shining ilk fire It is Japanese cloth ho said But in the middle of a large panel a strange thing attracted my eye Up on n square of red velvet a black ob Ject was attached I approached am found it was a hand the hand of 11 maul Not a skeleton hand white alld characteristic but a black dried hand with yellow joints and the muscle bare mill on them traces of old blood of blood that seemed like a scale over the bones sharply cut off nt about the middle eif the forearm as with a blow if a cutlass About the wrist was IIn enormous iron chain riveted soldered to this unclean member attaching It to the wall by a ring sulllclently strum to hold an elephant I asked What is thatj Time Englishman responded tram quilly It belonged to my worst enemy It came from America It was broker with n saber cut off with a sharp stone and dried In the sun fur eteht days Oh very good for me that wnslIfingers were immoderately long and attached by enormous tendons that held the straps of skin In place Tills dried hand was frightful to see mak ing one think naturally of the yen geance of a savage I said This 1111111 must have been very strong With gentleness the Englishman answered Ohl yes but I was stronger thou lie I put this chain on him to hold himI thought he spoke in Jest and re plied The chain Is useless now that time thud cannot escape Sir John Howell replied gravely It always wishes to escape The chain In necessary With a rapid questioning glance I usked myself Is he mad or is that in unpleasant joke Hut the face remained Impenetra bIn tranquil and friendly I spoke of ancles his being to play the violin and each a Bible class in the Fifth Avenue Japtlst Church and for the latter two or three evenings n week are spent in ireparing his address He Is an early Iser spends eight hours a day at his lesk in the Standard 011 Building 120 roadway Ills tastes and manner of Ivlng would meet the demands of Pastor Wagners Simple Life A Large Bible Class Mr Rockefellers Bible Class has a membership of over 300 persons but his onncctlon with those constituting it ads in the church It is said that he Is a keen observer of men and knows whether they come to his class for plrltuul comfort or to ges next to him and it has now come to be well recognized that the Rockefeller class IsI not an institution for the dlssemina ion of Wall Street tips nor nn employ tent agency for the Standard Oil Corn any If he has given other than splr tual help to his pupils It Is not public 13f known He is a really talker aua maker of epigrams and said in a late ud dress that character friends health und success tire the four things to strive for In life Is Expected to Take His Fathers Place With the gradual and systematic Ithdrawal from business participation IIIi his various business enterprises the titer has endeavored to seclude J1lm- self from thus public eye and colnci dental with subsidence Is the greater rejection of his son and namesake tbe worlds prospective billionaire Thef- lOP has been taught the value of pennies than Inane a man is or tho dol other things und admired the guns Nevertheless I noticed three bade revolvers on the pieces of furniture ns If this noun lived in constant dread of attackI went to see Sir John Rowel many times after that then for sons time I did not go We had become nc customed to his presence he had bi conk indifferent to us Killed in the Night CIA whole year slipped away Then one nieuiilng toward the end of Ne vember my servant awoke me with the announcement that Sir John Howell had been assassinated in the night A half hour later I entered the Englishmans house with the centra commissary ami the captain of police1 The servant lost in despair was weep lug at the eloor I suspected him lit Ilrst but afterward found that he wai Innocent The guilty one was never found Upon entering Sir Johns drawing room I perceived his herculean boil stretched out upon its hacldelllln the middle of the room His waistcoat was torn a sleeve was hanging and It was evident that a terrlbl struggle had taken place Tile Englishman had been stran gled Ills frightfully black am swollen face seemed to express an aw fill fear he held something bctweci his set teeth raid his neck plercee with five holes apparently with ia pointed iron was covered with Moos A doctor Jolneel us He examine closely the prints of fingers In the flesh and pronounced these strung words One would think he hud beei strangled by a skeleton A shiver ran down my spine and I cast my eyes to the place on the wal where I had seen the horrible torn ol hand It was gone I Time chain WIIS broken and dangling Then I bent over the dead man 111111 found In his mouth a piece of one of i the finders of the missing hand cut off orTather sawed off by the English mauls teeth exactly at the second joint Then they tried to collect evidence They could find nothing No door hll been forced no window opened or piece of furniture moved The two watchdogs on the premises had not been aroused Here In a few words is the depo sition of the servant For a mouth his master had seemed agitated lie had received many letter which he liael lm std immediately Often taking a whip he had strucl In fury this dried hand fastened to the wall M + + He had retired late and shut him self iu with care lie always carrlee arms Often in the night he talkee out loudly as though lighting with some one On that night however there had hen 110 noise and it wn only on coning to open the window that the servant hud found Sir Join assasslnated One night three months after titcrime I hud a frightful nightmare It setnice to me that I saw that hand that horrible hand running like a scorpion along my curtains and my walls Three times I awoke In affright three times I fell asleep fuel again saw that hideous relic galloping about my room moving its fingers like paws The next day they brought It to me found In time cemetery upon the tomb where Sir John Unwell was In terred for they hind not been able to find his family The index linger wits missingThis ladles Is my story I know no 111010 shout It Tile ladles were terrified pale hud shivering One of them cried Lint that is not the end for there was no explanation We ram not sleep If you do not tell us what was your idea or the reason of It all The magistrate smiled with severity and answered OhlI certainly ladles but it will spoil all your terrible dreams I sim ply think that the legitimate pro prietor of the hand was not dead tutu that he crane for it with the one that remained to him lint I was never nble to had out how lie did 11 It was one klnel of revenge noneyI and lie is more careful of the am Through methods as Inexorable ns the laws of nature nothing ever goes to waste in the Rockefeller household From morning till night the dally rou- tineI is one of studied economy in its very phase bordering on parsimony LUw his father young Rockefeller is a hard worker and he has the same Immovability in purpose fluid aim Bob Evans Japanese Servant Admiral Bob Evans in a recent onversatlon with n group of olllcers brew a great white light upon ono of the methods at least by which the npanese hove attained that splendid daptahlllty to European and Amerl clln waysWhen I commanded the New York ome years ago ho said I had a Jap ervant with whom I was especially well pleased He was prompt remark nbly quick to learn and took such a deep interest in everything that some time to amuse myself I devoted not 11 little attention to explaining things that ho appeared not to understand A good waiter too ho was Well nally he disappeared Somme tint later when on the I iuropean station I made n call on n- JI111 battleship 1lying in the harbor of larscllles Time captain met us at the uigwiiy and escorted us to his cabins we were seated lie suddenly turned threw off his hat and whipped a nap Idn over his arm The captain would drink I he said In a tone I renfembered v into I I cried Jumping to my feetU The same he said bowing Cap- taIn Kido of the Mikados navy RESTORING THE TREASURY Government Strong Box Will Resem ble Building in Time of Andrew Jackson While a number of time Government departments have been having a gun era washing of their dirty linen the United Suites Treasury building is having its outer walls cleaned by a new system Invented by a Marylander James F Bruce1 Several weeks ago Mr Bruce explained to the officials n method which he hud discovered of cleaning granite and sandstone which gave results much better than accom pushed by cither brushes or sand blasts He showed them what could lhI done with a small granite block Dip ping a large brush into a bucket of murky looking liquid lie covered the stones surface after which by the all of a jet of water from a garden hosi TIlE U S TREASURY BUILDING be washed the mysterious liquid off leering the stone as bright and clean as when it came trout the quarry The process Icokeel so easy and the results so surprising that the depart ment authorities told him to go ahead and dean the foundations of the structure paying him therefor at time rate of 5 a day for his labor After time foundation cleaning Is accom plished Mr Bruce is to be given a contract to clean time entire building for 2000 A Secret Discovery What the process adopted by him Is Mr Bruce of course is not willing to reveal surd it appears that in order to be protected by letters patent he would have to give the authorities at the Patent Olllce the formula which he proposed to patent This when granted would be published so that unscrupulous persons could go ahead and manufacture their own cleaning compounds Since the cleaning under this pro cess the Treasury building huts presented a marvelous transformation The huge granite blocks which form the I foundation of the building on ell four sides are as free from smoke or other discoloration as they wet when first quarried Flaws wrought by tune and the mortar in the seams stand out conspicuously The foundation stones lump and fence posts and the lower bases of time Ionic column Lire I1nro zllng white while the uneleanuel columns are u dull brown Example of Splendid Architecture The Treasury is regarded by persons who are good judges of architecturalI MOUTH KUONTI OK TUBAS S CLEANED AND UN beauty ns the finest typo of classic architecture except the White House mad this is time verdict of many firelgn architects who visit time Nations capital Around the outside of the building are sixtysix Ionic columns etch trlriyfive feet long and three feet In diameter many of which are monoliths or single stones About three years ago those columns were cleaned by the sand blast method but the results were not at all satisfactory Before cleaning the Treasury was one of the darkest grimiest buildings in the country Its particular kind of stone appearing to catch and retain all the particles of soot and smoke In the air Withal it has to many eyes always retained a grand if somewhat gloomy appearance embodying grunt strength and solidity a fit repository of time worlds greatest financial Institution Good Useful Olcl Age The pessimists to the contrary not withstanding there Is Ia mum InI Lincoln Nebraska who feels himself still to be a useful member of his corn munity Although ninetytwo years of age he Is today serving actively as city treasurer He puts In a full lays work six days of each week and acts as spry as a youth of fifty lie will not use a cane and only seldom needs the aid of glasses Another man who has just died in Forest Ohio at the age of eightyfive years leaves the proud record of never having owed anybody min account That triumph aulllccs whether or not he accumu lated a fortune to stamp him as a financial genius In this connection It Is Interesting to know that Donald G Mitchell whom a world of readers love to call Ik Marvel recently celebrated hit eightythird birthday nt his harm home Edgcwpoel New Haven Connecticut He was a young man In point of calendar years so long ago that it is no shock to the multitudes who know 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connecting link between the present ago of civilization and the unfatn ouiabltt epochs of the dim past fur back beyond human tradition and fable Bark Two Feet Thick The S ruoia in n tree Mr Gifford Pincliot till Government Forester tells solelyheffiUnearly mon coutbustlble and the oldest specimens felled aro found to bo still solid and sound at the heart while destructive fungus is an enemy unknown to it Man the Destroyer nut puny man Civilized mnn artistic mill esthetic mnn with his llltlo span of active life of three or four decades the enemy of many living things Is fast working thnt destruction among these forest giants which forty cen turies of time have not accomplished Yet soul of the ISIg Tree groves have been purchased by the Govcrnimnt and saved froth the hand of ruth and it is interesting to note that wills there has boon thus far only destruction of those noble treys and pructi ally no new growth the Puroau of Forestry hni successfully experimented in raising the young Sequoia Last year Rung r Soybitbythe Sequoia steals leis nirthod is to rake tit weds lightly In good soil cot squlrrelsdugyoung plants jrew during the past summer front 10 to 13 inches each Should those trees live and roach maturity what transformation may they not see in the American Republic Who of the great Americans of the past THE WILD MUSK OX A STltAXGR AXIMAL OF THE POLAR ItlSGlOXS WHICH DIES IX TEMPER TE CLIMES Attempts of buffalo Jones Lieut Peary and Others to Domesticate It Have Failed Has a Shag y Coat In November 1001 there arrived In San Francisco a winter having on board what wan then tie first musk ox ever brought alive to tit United States It was captured in March of that year nt Langston Pay Alaska and consigned to Mr C 1 IVriolut of Chi1 ergo who sold It to exSecretary Whit rr t DRAWING OF MTSK OX MADE IN 17TB hey of the Nary It vas presented toI the zoological park of New York City The desire to capture somo specimens of musk oxen and bring them to the United States is of long standing but ail efforts in that direction have1 failed lIyCnptnlnhabitat of the musk ox is so inacces sible as to make its capture one of great difficulty yet tile greatest ob stacle was till opposition of the Indians I who warned till party that thc animals must not taken out of the country alive It was the belief of the natives that If tiny musk oxen left the country alive nil other animals would dlor leave the country and thus the people would perish of hun olJJectlontothey learned that the object of the ex k podlllon was to capture tho animals alive they refused to go on further Buffalo Jones an Ox Hunter lion C J Junta of Topeka Irans letter known as IlulTalo Jones has limited the musk ox and he relates how 01ll11l1l110nshllllone herd The journey homeward witfi the animals was begun the zilch driv lug till animals whhh ware nil tl to a single rope On the third tiny the htittr il were determined that none of those animals should be taken out of the country alive Tit Jones party were IU1Il1shipsIhoItother herd with the prospect of another loss iu the satuciuuincr- Thrives on Scant Rations Musk oxen are found in the barren lauds of Prltish America the Parry Archipelago nnd other lands to the northward of the continent They prefer rocky barren ground anti moun tains where ass and otter food lire scarce The musk oxen possess groat vitality and endurance their breasts are as broad mud well developed as that of n Norman horse The moat on till Lout extends well down to their hocks While they vary in length from fiifeet to S feet they are iu appearance much larger duo to the huge muss of wooly halt cowering their bodies Gen oral Greely the explorer in his gov eminent report stated that he came across one which weighed over 1200 loiinds although he stated that the bulls usually vary from 330 to GOO pounds the cows weigh about 75 pounds loss The ficsh of the musk ox Is excellent in fact the Greely party owed much of Its health to Its diet of this sort of flesh pur r III WILD MUSK OXEN IN GREENLAND he s l I I Succumbed to Our Climate The New York Zoological Park die1asnot long enjoy tills rare animal for n short tine after his arrival he was wlungsweekliedtheterInar I o iUItI k u 0 I Iatu YA tiII1 lJeonIIIn e thlargestannual growth Four Hundred Feet Tall theForestexceededdUOapart from other trees It rose a majestic pillar for 200 feet without a limb In falling it struck against and partially demolished Old Hercules another ancient rival in size The trunk of the Father of the Forest lies a huge hollow cylinder predatory fires having eaten out its heart wood In SOfeetMr J Jf Ilutchlngs In In the Heart of the Sierras thus describes an other fallen Big Tree In the Stanislaus Grove The Canal Mont as its name Implies is a prostrate tree the upper sloe and heart of which have hen burnt away so that the remaining portion re Treeshavetwo years hence they may bo respect ablesized trees Noahs Ark Is an feltootl1rceImrseullnSave These American Wonders None of the trees of the orthemag1I111llIti and looking flown on the making of world history four If not five thousand years It seems a pity and a shame that the hand of commerce should now butfew geulrattieslivingcrime Trees thnt stood in full vigor when Christ walked the earth mustt surely awake a sentiment to appeal for their protection from sordid destruc tion 1002 Commander Peary tho Arctic explored brought to the parka small cal twhich he had captured In northcas- Greenland This little one however died within three weeks after Its ar rival in the United States hint this country can console Itself that this side of the globe possesses the only musk oxen that are at present living In a wild state Every attempt abroad has been a failure to rear this strange nut IImnl In captivity and at the presen t time probably the total number so 11 v lug may be counted on the fingers of one hand A number of the animals have beets captured but they do trot seem to survive the fluctuating torn peratures to which they are not ac custouied MAXUFACTUXB OF ANTIQUES Flourishing Industry Archaeologist Says in Wisconsin The manufacture of imitation an tlques especially in the form of copper and flint implements Is quite a proml nent industry in Wisconsin in spite of the fact that It is forced to flourish secretly mad that the Wisconsin Archaeological Society Is doing all in its power to put an end to these frauds according to II J Crosby president of the State Archaeologists 1 e have ben able to locate a hum her of men throughout the state who have uncle n business of manufactur Ing these imitations and we have re I ccntly secured the promise of one of the men In the Interior part of the state that he will go out of the business A blacksmith Is almost always at the bottom of the fraud although he may not be the originator of the plan and may even be nu Inno cent accomplice He hammers out the copper implements n this forge and then they are treated with chemicals or burled In a river bed to give them the appearance of age Then they are burled and after n little It becomes necessary to plow up the field where they arc hidden and thcI manufacturer hires a man to do the plowing anti incidentally to find the recently manufactured antiquities This Is necessary as the members of the Society require the name of the finder before purchasing the article Ancient Implements by Wholesale One man In Wisconsin has done an extensive business and the large number of the same kind of implements found by him aroused our suspicions The majority of them get In too much of a hurry and do not wait for the chemicals to work properly and this gives them away Mistakes nre also mode by the men who make antiquities out of Hint as a rule they have no scientific knowledge and they pound the flint Into shapes never dreamed of by the Indians The great objection to these Imi tations Is that they get Into really fine buysthembut when he dies unless his cabinet is labeled the Imitations are sold genuine nnd It Is Important for scientific investigation that this should be avoided A new law just enacted will aid the society In putting an end to these frauds who are to be found in all parts of the state and wallY of wb m have been located rv I r SOXt Contains a Moral Hall Calnes new play The Prodl gal Son which had its Initial pro ac tlon in Washington on August 2olh contains one scene showing the expirl gamIJIwhouse ont1 or HALL CAINE p thelayor realism the author visited several gambling places on the Riviera Ex Iperienced bacarrat players pointed out to Mr Caine the weaknessesof many points he had drought out mud so under knownhnropennvisited all the most notorious clubs I MonteCarlo I quietnotes SOME PEOPLE HAVW GREAT R I A rI l OLDSMOBILES THE CAR for x905THAT GOES Highest WorkmanshipLowest Prices Cars for Immediate Delivery 01ds Motor Works DETROIT MICH Admiral Togo a Lobster The story Is told of Baron hotnt that lie evidently made 11 slip of tongue when he spoke at a short time ago In calling Admiral T ego a lousier Now to nn American a 1 lob uter Is very far from being a friendly alone to call such a hero as logo has proved to be This was called to Hurons attention when the statement f t j mi ADMIRAL IIEIIIACHinO TOGO was made that lii Japan the lobster Is a sign of good luck in fact at iwetid feasts miniature papleruiache lobstersI form an Important part of the deco tlons as n sign of good luck lo- a young couple Hence what Baron I Togolobsterbrought good luck to Japan and w her talisman 0 A Jtcar Hunt hi Hones An Interesting group of skeletons may be seen In the museum connected with the University of Rochester New York which as shown In the sego m panying Illustration from the Tech nlcal Worl 1 riJTlit be called n slule ton bear hunt for it not only represents the hear but also the hunter mounted higdogThe attitude of the figures show the bear at bay standing upright on h hind feet ready to attack either man animal The skeleton on the horso spearhood I0n sprInging The Pleasure of Work From the Washington Star Does your buy Josh enjoy work Yes answered Former Corntosscl1 IIo can sit on the fence and people work for hours I dunno ever see anybody that seemed to get jnore enjoyment out o work than he does c J NEBS THRUST UPON THEM Laughingllis+ When you Say GoodBye Tropieiil Conditions thetHer father kicked you out did het I thought you said youd make him come to terms So I did boated terms You should have heard them It Was Marry or Go to Work George dear said the homely happy little bride who had half a mill Ion In her own right why did you ever marry such nn uglyI girl as I You may not bo a beauty dear answered the truthful George but youre worth your weight in gold be sides I either had to marry or find something to do A Natural Scarecrow A farmer recently paid a visit to rt theIside of the fields he made n mental note of the fact that no scarecrows were visible sleeting his neighbor almost Immediately he opened conversation as follows seeingHow do you manage to do without themthe well enough was tho innocent oreply You see I dont need em for ailIm in the fields all day myself asReflcetiOJ1S of n bachelor From the New York Press Sometimes a man Is so smart that he can save money even if he Is mar Fled Family life Is nearly always con tented when the family Is asleep 11old maids knaw how to tench mothers how to raise their children rand young wives how to manage their husl lauds Saving money Is a lot of fun for your heirs You can tell when a girl is not engaged Qiy the way she pretends to be and when a matt Is married by the way he pretends not to be A womans idea ofy fortune tellers Is to keep on going to them until she strikes one that she just knows tells 1IInr the truth because It Is what sho wants to hear A man has more principle but a woman more conscience SOME AFTER THOUGHTS usthatcumulate money until lie hall passed the consltlerelthow thathetwentyfivereportsThecopying Americas methods The Government Mint nt Philadelphia Is closed on the ground that there Is no de SuretythereIIwhllh have not been heard from on this pointfrWlmt shaltItlilny TIc Washington Post says ho ought to get It thatthlpassellnil thulawProtfSlorNebraskarhoInaslonger a lad dcllrnwly whetherItJournnlpleasolIllnthattheyasksthorIghtto braTho upthoanilIlltelldwhen moon will be more anxious to conceal their ages than women has1IClUwrangllllgOertorCongressmen outlookluhappyhomelSguppiessheep littleresemblance TheotheraggrJeved multlmll1I0liulre tolivepersonallyMrRockefellerhisnnllllniOilCompany Europeto tnthewar lS usetullnIformatlonbe 8panla4ships 1 0 rS7 r v cJcJ- J The Breckenridge News DNESDAY September 0 1003 Farmers Have Great Day Hnwesville Ky Aug 30The picnic given by the county union American Society ot Equity today was probably the biggest affair of the kind ever given in Hancock county fit is eatimated that there were over 5000 people present The picnic woe in the grove about half a mile above town The Toll City band furnished the music for the occasion Henry G Overstreet Democratic nominee for representative from Daviess county made the opening speech Mr Overdtreet made quite an interesting speech along lines which showed that the fanners organ ization can depend upon him when he goes to the legislature He was follow ed by Congressman A O Stanley of Henderson T T Barret of Hen r derson made the last speech of the dayA big barbecue was served Sub tantil l tables had been arranged and the dinner was served in the best of order r t The Eclipse of the SunI T e eclipse of the sun on Wednesday morning was viewed by the American people generally though clouds obscured the vision in many places Reports are that the astronomers took many photographs and as a result there will be a vast fresh supply ot informationThe up a smoky crescent The air was clear and the sky free from clouds here As the rim of the partiallyobsonred planet showed above the horizon itwas seen that the moons shadow covered more than onehalf ofitAs the sun slowly mounted above the house tops the occultation became still more pronounced until at about 605 oclock seventenths of its face was in shadow Then the belt of dark ness began to disappear slowly and at about 686 oclock the last trace of Lunas shadow melted off the rim of the blazing orb- Remarkable disturbances are reported in the Mediterranean coincident with the suns total eclipse there Mount Vesuvins was in full eruption and violent earthquakes occurred in that part of the world Gore on Kentucky Women n lien a Kentucky editor gets right do m to business with a pea in bands n has for his subject a Kentucky woman he is liable to get offsomething that is truly great Here is the way J Rogers Gore formerly of Hnrdinsburg describes the Kentucky woman in his paper the Springfield Ky Sun Figure it out on a roseleaf and write with the brew ofa lilly that nowhere under the j great blue dome is there a creature half ID pretty as a Kentucky woman Sues 1 1retUer than an evening star in the shadow of a summer sunset more in jpiring than a thousand songs and be ItchIng as a fawn tangled in the vines of a wilderness of roses Shes our ope our romance our vine and fig treethe light which enables us to see i million miles beyond the North Star Subscribe for the News In Miss Severs Honor Miss Cornelia Ditto entertained a umber of young people Wednesday vening at the Burning Well in hon irofher guest Miss Lula Severs of Cloverport Meide County Messenger j A SUDDEN TWINGE is generally the first warning laC MaIn of rheumatism It feels Tl4 disease were in the bonesI + vw t but the real cause of rheumatism IsI ImpurebloodI I cure rheumatism the blood must be cleansed of the pot sonous Impurities which are the cause of the dig easeDr Pierces I Golden Medical Discovery has boon very successful In tho euro of rheuma tism because It en tlrely cleanses the blood from tho poisonous uric acid which Is the cause of the disease Your Golden Medical Discovery cured moot rheuma tlsm after I bad tried a dozen remedies without relief and also gone West In search of health writes Harry Kilter of No HH5 6th Street Denver Colo Only those who have suffered from this dread malady know tho pain and misery I endured for over live years Whenever the weather was damp or cold my troubles were Increased and my joints would boso stilT and lOre that I was hardly able to move about and often unable to dress myself I used a number of highly recommended medicines but they had no effect whatever on mo and camo to Colorado hoping to retrain I ealth but failed to obtain tho relief I ha3 oped for A gentleman In tho house whore lived advised me to use Dr Ilercos Golden Medical Discovery and In four months and a half after I began using It I was a well man and have had no touch of It for the past seven months The solo motive for substitution Is to permit tho dealer to make tho little more meritoriousmedicine fe for Golden edlcal Discovery These tiny sucrarcoatod antie bilious granules regulate andI it 12T tavteorato Stomach Liver andVi towel Do not beeet tho pWa t Vbat cure constipation One or two threeIncam favor Put up in rials I alwayi A reliable the r r rtlie- i BAPTISTS OF THE COUNTY HAVE PROFITABLE MEETING IN CITY At the Third Annual Session of Breckenridge Association Encouraging Reports Are Made And Another Church Admitted WILL MEET AT HARDINSBURG NEXT YEAR The third annual session of the Breckenridge Association of Baptists was held at the Baptist church in this city last week Every Baptist church in the county was represented and there was u fair attendance of messengers tram norresponding as sociations visiting brethren repre sentatives of Baptist periodicals and institutions and visitors from over the county who are interested in the work of the association The reports on the various branches of Baptist work were of interest and showed en couraging progress and only because of lack of space they are not pun lished in this issue of the News Bus- Iness important to the growth and influence of the association was transot ed and much interest manifested in the discussions of the reports and subjects which came up betore the body dur ing its several sessions As a whole the meeting was a success and a r gnrs well for the future success of the associatlo n which is perhaps the youngest in the State as it was only formed in 1003 wheu the Baptist churches of Breckenridge county withdrew from Goshen Association witch enbraced the churches ot Gray son and Breckenridge counties One important feature of the meeting was the admittance of the Black Lick Baptist church into the associa tion making thirteen the total number Black Lick church is three miles west of Glendexne It will be dedi cated on Sunday September 17 The messengers an d visitors to the associatiun were pleasantly entertain ed at tho homes of members of tho Baptist and other churches in the city A feature of their entertainment was I a reception in their honor at the News office last Wednesday evening The reception was largely attended by visitors and home people who were shown about the plant by the News people and eerved with light refresh mentsM P Compton was elected moder ator of the third annual session and C M Payne clerk Rev W V Har rell of Evansville and J B Hern- don of Irvington who were elected moderator and clerk respectively at the second annual session at Glen deane August 81 and September 1 of last year were present at the third annual session First Day The association convened at 11 oclock Wednesday murning W V Harrell former moderator and J B Herndon former clerk were present and the moderator called the house to order After singing Labor on the association was led in prayer by Dr T T Eaton of the Western Re corder of Louisville The time of preaching the introductory sermon which was to have been delivered by Rev J T Lewis pastor of the Clov erport Baptist church was changed to 780 in the evening The letters from the churches were read and tho names of messengers en rolled The following messengers were present at the association Gartield George Snider A J Car man Abner Bullock James Tabor M P Compton GoshenJ T F Owen W D OwenRardtnsburChapman Moorman Hittes RunD E Chapin IrvingtonJ B Herndon New BethelW E Houston Rich ard Aakisson Sr Richard Adkis son Jr StephensportAndrew Claycomb George Barkley Samuel Gilbert Walnut Grove K B Basham H T Gibson J B Gibson Black LickJ A Osborne R S Weller J M Craig Rev G H Baker Wm J Robertson Clover CreekMatthew Shrowsberry Wm Hendric- kCloverportJ L Moorman Leo Woods Joseph Allen a E Light foot J T Owen Elijah Gibso- nCorntthU E Wright Waller Wil sonFriendshipC M Payne Arch WeatherfordSeveral were mislaid and tbe names of a few messengers present lostM P Compton and C M Payne were elected moderator and clerk respectively fox the present session of the association Black Lick church applied for ad mission into the aseoci atlon The pe tition was read and the credentials U t 4 referred to a committee consisting of Revs E B English and J T Lewis for examination- On motion it was decided that Dr Eaton preach tne introductory sermon at i2 oolocK in the afternoon Adjournment was taKen until 130 oclock Afternoon Session Rev L S Sanders ot the Orphans Home led in prayer The song Theres a Story Sweet and True was sung and then messengers from corresponding associations and visiting brethren were enrolled as follows Dr T T EatonWestern Recorder Dr H C Cleaton AntiSaloon LeagueRev J F Winchell Perry county lUll Rev W V HarrellEvansville- Rev L S Sanders Orphans Home H D Rice Blackford Association Rev J J Willett Salem associa tionRev D F Shacklett Salem Asto elation Weoster TaylorPerry county Ind The committee to examine creden tials of BlacK Lick church reported favorably The report was received and the church admitted into the = Association The letter was read and the delegates seated The time of preaching the introduc tory sermon was again changed y1 oclock being the hour set The reports on home missions dis trict missions and religious literature respectively were read and received by the secretary The report on relig ious literature was discussed by Dr Eaton Dr Cleaton and others Dr Eaton preached the introductory sermon which was very interesting Tho report on tho Orphans Home was made by Rev Sanders and adopted It was discussed by Dr Eaton Dr Cleaton Rev Shackletto and Rev Sanders- Adjournment Wits made until 730 oclock in the evening Evening Session I Dr PrestridKe of the Baptist Argus of Louisville led in prayer Loyalty to the Master was sung The following committees were announced by the moderator On Digest of Church LettersJ B I Herndon and S E Waggoner To Audit the Treasurers Account Gabe Wright and Bony Gioson To Receive Money for Publishing Minutes Andrew Claycomb and C E LihttootTo District Mission Board E B English and N E Houston On Resolations E B English The report of the delegate to the Southern Baptist convention E B English was called for and ne made an approximate statement The amount is not been raised and the clerk was requested to apportion the amount among the chnrcnos The report on temperance was read by Dr Cleaton It was discussed by Brethren English Herndon Pres tridge Shaoklette Harrel Morton Willett Cleaton and Lewis Adjournment was taken until 930 oclock Thursday morning Second Day The morning session which conven ed at 000 was occupied mainly with the election of messengers and the reading and discussion of rooorts Rev J T Lewis was appointed messenger to the Southern Baptist convention which Rev D B Clapp as alternate J T F Own was ap pointed to raieo money to pay tno ex penses of the delegate Rev E B English and J T F Owen M P Compton and C M Payne were appointed messengers to the general association Any members of the association were antnomed to attend the corres ponding associations as messengers Reports on obituaries state mis sions schools and colleges and for eign missions were read The com mittee to receive money for printing minutes made its report and tho com mittee was continued till the money is raised Afternoon Session Rev J F Winchell led in prayer The association adjourned for the meeting of the district mission board which later made its report The corn mittees un Nomination of District Mis sion Board Baptist Ministers Aid and Digest of Church Letters made their reports The last report was die i c r r r PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE KYI Harmless at Hutloiml and saUsfyliiK Methods Including Homeopathy Medical Elortrlclty Hydroth orallY UStl10llIthy Mussiijti Solar Therapy Suggestion vibration and JJletitlrs Among tlio Chronic Diseases treated are Nasal Catarrh Knr Moutli Throat Bronchial stud lung dlsoasesConstlputloii Diarrhoea Indigestion Hoadache files Fistula Itlicu niutlsra Nuunilglu Diseases of the nervous HVHtum Asthma Dlabetou Neurasthenia it Slsuplussniss Stammering St Vitus Dance 1aralysls pliepsyLiver heart kidney and bladder diseases Dropsy Lamunobs Scrofula Swiuuluo of uruto diseases diseases of the skin mind Membranes Ulcers diseases pe as culiar to females etc Superfluous hair and facial blemishes re moved by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Icnn sinvoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Canneltou Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot cling estates All collections reas unable Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Brockenrlugo and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to colloctlnp road cases und criminal practice License to practice In United StllteJDlstrlct Courts O01ce vei Bank If llardlnsburg I h h I fw A Walker i I IW I I jjj DENTISTIfej Satisfaction guaranteediEi M Patronize your homo dentist m IDOUlce over Klncheloes Drug Store ll- Ii KY iJIiIiHARDINSBURO h I Redwood and cedar shingles Redwood beveled siding Skill sides 20 inches wide and 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 cussed by Brethorn Herndon Light foot Willett Basham Harrell Lewis and Drs Eaton Bow and Prestridge The minutes were turned over to the clerk who was authorized to superintend their printing and retain live dollars for his services The following resolution was adoptedResolved That we HS an associa tion extend to this church and to the good people ot Cloverport by a rising voteour heartfelt thanks tor the kind coralal way in which we have been received and entertainedE B Englisn It was decided to hold the fourth annual session of the Association at the Haidinsbnrg Baptist church on the Wednesday after tho fourth Sun day in August 1005 at 10 oclock The association was dismissed with prayer by Dr Eaton A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind nieedln or Irotrudin- Piles Druggists rotund money It lA 01 NTM ENT falls to euro any cusoano nvuter of how long stlmdlllJ In 6 to iIr application gives ease and rest SOc It you itdruggist husnt It send sac In stamps and will To forwarded postpaid by Purls lied cine Co St Louis Mo To Live at Gibertsville The Louisville Post states that Miss Mary E Wir man and Peter B Zanone of Louisville mention of whose marriage on August 28 was made in the Ne last week will reside at Gibertsville Ky The wedding was a surprise to Miss Wirgmans many friends Cloverport where she has been a popu lar visitor Aa Future of Lincoln Home in Doubt Robert J Collier of New York city who purchased the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in LaRne county commissioners sale last week for 3000 has given out the following interview in regard to the property I have not ns yet decided what will be done with the property It insists of 110 acres of farming laud und on it is the house practically as was when Mr Lincoln was born What course will be taken with regard to the homestead I have not yet decided It could be turned over to the mitionnl Government and the farm could be maintained HS a HOwES11pRIC0 GLASSts TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar man ner so as to give a much larger clearer field of vision than any other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort fo the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be ap preciated only by those who have tried them They arewlthout 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 hrT1by them and their authorized agents under a positive guarantee that If they do not give satisfaction I n every way they may be returned and the money paid for them will be refunded If you have any trouble with your If glasses have not given you elestor Jourand satisfaction In every way write to us GLASSESmentlonlngthis TJ Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY t i Ky- t CAMPBELL i j r9r 3r l park The surrounding country 1 Is beautiful and the place is not far from H railroad Peruaps one of the putrl otic societies may be interested en ough in the property to assume the care of it in which case I would mako it over to such an organization The yearly cost of maintaining tho peace should nlt be large The property was sold by order of court in n bankruptcy proceeding in which the defendant was A W Ben nett of New York He purchased it fifteen years ago from the Creal family into whose bands it passed when the relatives of the tormer President removed from KentucKySoveral persons in Cnicago a year ago started a movement favoring the acquisition of the Lincoln homestead Protracted Meeting at Holt protracted meeting will begin at Holt Chapel at Holt this evening The meeting will be conducted by the pastor Rev E lI Gibbous of Stephensport Everybody is cordially invited to the services Subscribe for the News St Francis Valley Lands Of Southwest Missouri and North east Arkansasriver bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no failures Lands now cheap but advancing investigate this fall Horneseekera1 rates Aug 1C Sept 5 and 10 Oct 3 and 17- Write for St Francis Valley booklet E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louts Mo Subscribe for 15he NEWS NNNN1111 I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS 1B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier 0e DIRECTORS 2 Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard- S Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson S T Insured against loss by fire or burglary t Interest paid on time deposits eN+1111111111111111NN110N111NN1N0IN- NNThe Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 H BCAVMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits usFirst 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 88 THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville PIKE Mgr jr3i1r r3r9r3r o Tho 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 tho principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat andtclean r DAN BROOKS CO- o LIVE STOCK I1I3RCHANTStCENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY- Nf11111r Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage waIn full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boo- tn JNO D BABBAGE School books etc 1 t 7t 7 J I lFIl lam The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 1005 HARDINSBURQ Alfred Heston went to Louisville SundaySylvester Durham went to Leitchfielc1 Sunday Hrdwtinl Dillon speut Sunday iin LouisvilleProctor Keith of Clovorport spent Sunday here Sam Dix of Stelhct1 port was in tit city Monday Thomas J Moore spent Sundaya Glendeane visiting friends Captain J II Rowland of Clover port was in town Saturday The lIon Chas Blanfortl of Bewley vide was m the city Saturday John P Ilaswell Jr went to Irving ton Monday on legal business- J II Trent of Brandenburg was iinl town Saturday on legal business Alouzo Bennett of Bewleyville was i n town Monday on a business trip Thomas Hook is able to be out again alter a severe attack of malarial fever Judge N McC Mercer was the guest of Gen A J Gross at Holt Sunday Mr and Mrs Edwin Hughes of Wil more are visiting Mrs Margaret May Dr Cummiugs of Falls of Rough was the guest of Dr Ed Day Thursday Hiss Jennie Green was the guest of Mr and Mrs Morris II Beard last week James H Gardner and son James Howard were in Louisville a few days of lut week Dr Evan Royalty of Louisville is here rhiting his parents Mr and Mrs Chintz Royalty Mice Lelia McGary has returned home frogs a visit to Mr and Mrs Irank Payne at Cloverport- Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard were guests of Mr and Mrs D S Richard son at Union Star Sunday Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard returned home last week from a visit to Mr and Mrs A S Edelen at Durgin Miss Fannie Smith will leave today for Elizabethlowu where she will teach in the graded school Lindsey Kincheloe Arthur Scott Morris Kincheloe and Arthur Beard were in Cloverporl Sunday E R Basset of Leitchfield president of the Grayson County National Bank was in town Saturday on a business trip A lawn fete was given at the home of Mrs Lucretia Heusley on Main street on Tuesday evening by the members of the Baptist Sunday school A Remedy Without a Peer I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets worn beneficial than any other remedy I ever used for stomach trouble says J P Klote of Edinu Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation thest Tablets are without a peer For sale by Snort K Haynes BEWLEYVILLE E P Htrdawity it at Klizabethtown attending the kit School was dituiised Friday owing to the illness of the teacher Mitt Nannie Sanders of Louisville is theguMt of Mrs Laura Stith Fletcher IManford who came home last week left Tuesday for Missouri Bdwiu Foote of Louisville spent Saturday uiul Sunday with his parents WIll Bessie Poole is in Cloverport the guest of her aunt Mrs V G Babbage Wallace and Stewart Babbage of Cloveipoit ire visiting their cousins near town Miss Bettie Lee Jollv is spending this week the guest of Miss Nell Ditto in ParklandMisChasCainnee Miss Mal Sanders died at her house in Western Kansas a few weeks ago Ayers You know the medicine that makes pure rich blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Your yourfolks Sarsaparillait Your doctor trusts it Then trust it yourself There is health and strength in it I infrared terribly from Indliteitlon end thin blood I found no relief until I took Ayera Sartaparltla Kour bottler jierma penny cured infAluM F II IfAUT Sit KlacoNY JIOO a bottle rc A VKH co lowelL Miss Alldrlllllllfor Rich Blood Ayors Pills are gently laxative They greatly aid tho Sarsaparilla 1- f1to + w Rr r Etta LITTLE ONE ONE SOLID SRE I Covered With Scales and Scabs From Head to FootDoctors and All Other Remedies FailSkin Now Smooth and Clear ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA- t Writing under date of Sept 7 1904 Mrs Mattie Shaffer of Cumberland Miss says Some time ago I or dered and received your wonderful Cuticura Remedies which I used on my little afflicted babe with wonder ful results I had tried many other remedies without any benefit what ever and Cuticura came to the rescue when my doctors and all other rem edies had failed One doctor pronounced it scrofula the other eczema The little one was one solid sore with scales and scabs from head to foot when I started using Cuticura Soap and Ointment The result was wonderful anti now my babys face and bodyare smooth and clear Signed Mrs Mattie Shaffer THE DUTY OF MOTHERS At the First Sign of Disfiguring Humors Is to Use Cuticura Every child born into the world with an inherited tendency to tortur ing disfiguring humors of the Skin and Scalp becomes an object of the most tender solicitude not only be cause of its suffering but because of the dreadful fear that the disfiguration is to be lifelong and mar its future happiness and prosperity Hence it becomes the duty of mothers of such afflicted children to acquaint them selves with the best the purest and most effective treatment available viz the Cuticura Treatment consist ing of warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment the great Skin Cure Cures made in childhood are speedy per manent and economical Cuttcura Soap Ointment and mil are told throughout the world Toner l niz k Chem Corp lioiton Nilt Prop stfSeni tot slow to Cure Diifigurloz Humor Mrs Fannie Campbellof Russellville came Thursday to be with her father who is very ill Several persons from our town and vicInityattended the big picnic nt Cloverport Friday Mrs Dell Kurtz ot Webster was here Sunday to talk of the protracted meet ing there to begin this week Murray titanford left Monday to at tend school at Bowling Green This year he takes the classic course Our church newly painted is a thing of beauty W W Keith did the job fine He is soon to piper it too- Golden Rod RAYMOND Cleat Norton hRS been sick for the past week but is reported better Quite a large crowd from nearby andI at a distance attended the babtizlng near here Sunday Chas Kennedy and family yisited her parents Mr and Mrs John Mattiugly Saturday and Sunday- M1 D Cashman came up from IhIIsI ville last week to be at home for a few days and attend the meeting After several weeks visit to her par ents at Brazil tad Mrs E A Cash man returned home last week WLRobertsou and familyof Mystic and J II Avitt and wife of Lodiburg visited A 1V Cashman and wife Sun dayMrs Thos Beard and baby of KhkI and Miss Hannah Beard of Hnrdins burg visited at Mrs Alex IT Kendrys last week Mrs Proctor Knott went to Norton Vallev last Friday to see her mother Mrs Nelse Haynes who has been sick but is better now When indigestion becomes chronic it is dungeon Kodol Dyspepsia Cnre will cure indigestion and all troubles resulting therefrom thus preventing Catarrh ot tne Stomach Sold by All Druggists MATTINGLY Born August ii to the wife of Oscar Hinton a son Everett Frank of EvansvIlle came up last Friday to visit friends andl relatives Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch and Mis i Maggie Lynch went to Pateaville last SundayMr and Mrs Ben McQuady of Evansville aro hero visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs R U Mattingly e B Bates who was seriously illI at Pittsburgh recently was here last Sunday visiting friends and relatives who were glad to welcome him home again O W Sanders of Evansvllle came up last Sunday to visit his wife andI children who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T N Brickey for the past two weeks Mrs William Frank and sonLester- of Owensboro were called here bv telegram on Wednesday on account ofr I H vuaT r i the serious illness of her little son Freduho has been here for some time visiting his grandmother Mrs Sarah Frank IRVINGTON Born to the wile of Stanley Ross Sept 1 twins- J IL Henry was in Louisville last week on business Douglas Brashear of Owonsboro Is the guest ofhis uncle J W Wimp Hilliard Biggs is clerking at the new drug store of Dempster A Lyons Miss Edith Marshall of Louisville begun her private school here Monday Mrs Erick Robins has gone to Olovorport to see her mother for a few daysGeorge Herndon came home from Louisville Friday to attend school herbH H Kemper wont to see his par onts at Gratz for a few days last weeit Miss Carrie Moore of Hudsonville will assist Mrs P MCcoy in her dress makingMrs John Nevitt took her daughter Mary to Louisville Sunday to enter school there Miss Viola Lewis of Louisville is the charming visitor of Mr and Mrs Jesse Horndon Miss Kittle McGehee left Monday for Hopkinsvillo to enter Bethel Fe male College Fred Smith left for Chicago last week after a Sew days visit to Mr and Mrs Sum Payne Miss Lucilo Cunningham of Cue nault came last week to begin her music class Monday Mrs George Smith and baby of Louisville are the guests of Mitts May Claycomb for a week Miss Willa Drury left last week for Long Branch to be the guest of Miss Graham McGehee for sometime Miss Lelia Tydings has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Misses Ermine and Ellen Munford Mrs Will Gardner and children came home Wednesday from a three weeks visit to her mother at Chenault Mrs Fidelia Galloway name Sun day from Glasgow where she has been with her daughter for severs weeks Miss Eliza Piggott came home Mon day from a two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs R N Miller at Indianap oilsMrs Bettie Spnngate and children have gone to their home at Mitchel Ind attei a lengthy visit to relatives hereMack Avitt of Gnlfport Miss ar rived Sunday to be with his wife and children at Ferd MoGehees for some time Mr and Mrs Chas Marshall and daughter Ruth aro at home from a weeks visit to Dr J H Owlosy and wirei Mr and Mra G W Culley aid children left Saturday night for a three weeks visit to relatives at Low den 11- 1Miss B Ada Drury left for Louisville Sudnay after spending the sum mer with her sister Mrs R B Mc GlothlanChas btith and daughter Nellie ciiuo Saturday morning to be the guests of his mother Mrs McGill for a few days Will Paris of Louisville and Logan Helm of Lexington returned to their homes last Thursday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Mr and Mrs D C Heron are at home after a few days trip to Cory don Ind They attended the lair and purchased a very tine jersey cow while there Expected to Recover The condition of Joe Sawyer of this city has continued to improve since he was operated on for appendi citis on August Si8 at Norton Infirm ary Louisville and hA is expected to recover Cause of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less and is often the cause of insomnia Many cases have been permanently cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Hanes TARFORKlMrs Chas Weatherford of Victoria lastsweekAllen Kiucheloe of Hardinsburg stopped with Mr and Mrs 14C Taul one night last week B H Bates of McQuady was here last Wednesday enroute to his nephews Tout Bates Jr near Pisgah M sses Josie and Maud Ryan dicmiss ed their schools two weeks ago andare yet at the bedside of their niece Eva BurdetteIRev C L Goff filled the place ofI Rev Richards at Pisgah last Sunday he being with some sister church to assist in ordaining deacons Little Eva Burdette who has been very ill with typhoid at her grand parents Mr and Mrs T O Ryaus 1i1 R ii iiF 4 f t fJi L TUOUSANDS OF FAIR WOMEN tHERALD PRAISES OF PE RU NA Catarrh and Catarrhal Diseases Make In valids of More Women Than All Other Ailments Com binedJ Plus WARY BENNETT 91jSS DDIE VALLEY fujSufferedMiss Nallevs Storv Short But Inter Miss Clara jOase 116 Oth street N W Washington DO writes I can think of no event In my life that fills mo with more gratitude and at the same time a sense of future security as a cure after long suffering from catarrh brought about by using Peruna as directed It has completely cured meClara Case Entire System Toned by Peruna Miss Mary Bennett 1019 Addison Ave Chicago Ill writes Afow months ago J contracted a cold by getting my feet wet and although I used the usual remedies I could not shako it off I finally took Pernna In a week I was better After several weeks I suc ceeded In ridding myself of any trace of a cold and besides the medicine had toned up my system so that I felt splendid Mary Bennett with whom she lives is slightly im provedThere will be a meeting at Cave Spring church next Saturday at 4 oclock in the afternoon All members are requested to attend and consult on business of importance Mrs Allen Newby spent Wednesday with her ousin Mrs Geo Newman at Pisgah She reports that her brother Nat Rice who is with Mr and Mrs Newman drinking mineral water is improving in health Like Finding Money Finding health is like tinning money so think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly like W C Barber of Sandy Level Va He says I had a terrible chest trouble causAd by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cur ed by Dr Kings New Discovery tor Consumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung rredicine in the world At Short Haynes drug store boo and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle fre- ePATESVILLE B F Arbra lost one of his mules SaturdayMiss Clark went to Chambers Sunday to take cnargo of the school at that place this week Clifton Corley spent a tew days cf lust week with his uncle William Lynch at Mattingly Quite a number of people from our town attended the Masonic barbo cue at Clovorport Friday Dr T1 T Milner and T W Harmon went to Canneltou Sunday to witness a ball game at that place Misses Anna Lamb and Mollto Faw ver left Monday morning to begin the session ot school at Dukes T W Harmon and Tate Starks Jr attendee the barbecue at Hawes vllle Wednesday of last week Mr and Mrs P M Rigdon have recently returned from a few weeks visit with relatives near Glasgow Ky Rev Oldham filled his regular ap pointment at the Baptist church Sat Physicians Had Given Up the Case Now Entirely Well Miss Gertrude LlnCord Vice President Parksldo Whist Club and teacher of Whist 221 Niagara street Buffalo NY writes Peruna has effectually cured me after physicians had practically given up my case For a long tlmo I suffered with catarrh of the kidneys had a weakness and pain In tho back lost flesh rapidlyr my feet were swollen my face was puffed under the eyes and I had a waxy sallowness of the skin I took Peruna for some time and am entirely well I cannot endorse Peruna too strongly Gcrtrndo Llnford I If you suffer from catarrh Jpllny I I form do not delay Take Peruna I at once Delays arc dangerous urday afternoon and Sunday morning Mr and Mrs Millard Compton and children and Mrs TW Harmon spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Time Brown at Weber DUKES I Born to the wife of Chas Cabal Aug 30 a son Several from here attended the Ma sons barbecue at Cloverport Friday Miss Carrte Beavin called on Miss Ella Evans of Patesville Thursday Miss Veatress Newbury was the guest of Miss Pearl Basham Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Harvey Basham visited his parents Mr and Mrs J H Bash am Sunday The school here opened Monday with Misses Anna Lamb and Mollie Fawver as teachers Marion Campbell and family ofI Lewisport are visiting the family of H J Tindlo this week Mrs Maggie Campbell and children who were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Richard Sappot Owensboro last week returned home Sunday Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping tbeir digestions in good condition with Eectric Bitters S A Brown of Ben nettsvillo S L saysIIFor years my wite suffered intensely trom dysI pepsia complicated with a torpid liv er until she lost her strength and vigor and became a more wreck of her former self Then she tried Elec tric Bitters whion helped her at once and finally made here entirely well Sue is now strong and healthy Short Haynes drncrglstH sells and guarantee them at boo a bottl- eIRVINGTON From another Correspondent Dr Hardaway one week Monday September 11 Miss Edith Marshall is with Mrs C S Board for tho winter Mrs Bolden and mother Mrs Perry have returned from Evanvilk esting to Every Woman Miss Addle Nalley 137 D street S E Washington DO writes A cough tho grip catarrh of the meanest kindall sorts of remedies homo patent and prescribed by doctors and no relief that tells my story a thltlastedThen threo bottles of Peruna catarrh gone appetite and strength re turneda happy woman and nono more grateful for the blessing of healththat is what Peruna has done for moAddio Nalley A reward of 10000 has been deposited In the Market Exchange Bank Colum bus Ohio as a guarantee that tho ebovie testimonials are genuine that wo IIdj In our possession authentic letters lr tifying to the same During many 1 years advertising we have never used a single spurious testimonial Miss Willa Drury is the guest of Miss Graham McGehee at Long BranchMao Avitt of Gulfport Miss has joined Mrs Avitt at the home of her father F H McGehee Air and Mrs G L Lewis of Car rolton Ky were guests of Mrs R BMcGlothlan Wednesday- A harvest festival is planned and will be given jointly by the three Sunday schools in a few weeds Dr A M Hardaway will be here Monday September 11 prepared to ao all kinds modern dentistry for one week Miss Luoile Cunningham of the Conservatory of Music Cincinnati has char e of the department of music in the private school W J Piggott returned Monday from Indianapolis accompanied by his little daughter Eliza who hasTeen on a visit to her aunt Mrs R N J MillerThe Jpublic school has opened encouraging outlook with Miss t tgi tinghill as principal and Miss Bo r ley in charge ot the primary depart mentMiss B Ada Drury who spent her vacation with her sister Mrs R B McGlothlan returned Monday to Louisville to take charge of her work in tho city schools I J t The Afternoon Reading Club held its semimonthly meeting Friday after noon at the home of Mrs R M Jolly The discussion of Les Miserablos was led by Mrs Hyues and participated in by Mrs R B McGlothlan Revj Mr Graves and Mrs jolly k The Irvington private school opened Monday This scnool is in charge oftMiss Edith Marshall who has ro cawed tho most modern and thorough training for her work at the Louisville High end Normal schools and is most highly recommended by the principals of both schools The personality of 1l 1 Miss Marshall is an important polnl in her equipment This school afford a a rare opportunity for the people of Irvington and vicinity to give thols children tho very best educations training at home and will donbtles receive a liberal patronage Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 I bas stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half IGBofi bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c 1- iEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent f ckage of Craves IIack loot Liver Pile M i a j- one Ft iy b Q I