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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSg If ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1905 12 Pages NO 10 l REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative L L Mitchell For County Judge Morris Eskridge For County Clerk W Shbrman Ball I I For County Attorney Kincheloeia SheriffaIiForSuperintendent Schools Andrew Driskell For Jailer William J Hallr For Surveyor- R Al Baslmm For Assessor Henry Cannon t r Personal Points J L Burch and daughter Miss IiMaggie ol Kirk were called to Bran j denburg Saturday to see his sister IiI IMrs Thos Greenwood who is very jsickMis Laura Davis of Louisville who has been visiting her sister Mrs Henry Davie at Basin Springs returned I home Saturday Middleton Barnwell and Clinton Quin of Louisville who have visited here left Monday for the east to enter the Alexandria Episcopalian Seminary for a three years course Miss Katie Graham Dittc returned i 1 to her home at Brandenburg Monday i after a three months tour through east in a private car with a schoolI Ithet and her parents tiiven Up to Die B Spiegal 1201 N Virginia St i Evansville Ind writes II For over I Live years I was tronbled with kidney t and bladder affections which caused fleshfand was all run down and a year ago bad to abandon work entirely 1 had three of the best pnysicians who did estl 1 1me no good and was practically given Ilshl to die Foleys Kidney Cure was 00recommended and the first bottle gave reegreat relief and after taking the the I second bottle was entirely cured Ie oijSoM by A K Fisher Dr Petitions For Postoffices Petitions asking lor the establish us ment of a postoftice at Hites Run and one at a point near Hardins old mill tm postofieoMrWl18hlngtonallIf a postoffice for Rites Run is so y tocured it will be kept by L Beauch rahamp who has just completed his store house and will soon be selling goods leen If secured for the other place H J Irs Roberts will be in charge his home sas being several miles from Hites Run den In the petition for the office near Hardms mill it id asKed that the sedoffice be named Mike Postmaster Ith Rowland of the lojal office leas sug htt3 geeted t hat the other office be called bra Pike out it is probable that it late will be known as the Hites Run post out office The opinion has been expressed that = thtse two offices it secured will take 1 the place in a measure of the proposed x rural free delivery route between Cloverport and Hardinsburg via of Mattingly a petition for which has Jjeon pending for two years and to wards the establishment ot which r nothmglhas beendoneas far as known here I Dr Hardaways Appointments SDr A M Hardaway will he at Steph I eusport Monday Tuesday and Wednes I 0 day Sept 25 26 and 27 and at Union i Star Thursday Friday awl Saturday Sept 28 20 and 30 for the practice of I dentistryDuring I DrIMisses Ella Durgee t returned Sunday to Jeffersonville after a visit to Mr and Mrs Samuel Hall Subscribe for the News J Bad Bloodresp- onsibleIt for most of L thediseases and ailments of the human system It se I riously affects every organ andfunction causes catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism I weak tired languid feelings KI j jand worse troubles Take 1 HoodsSarsaparillaw- hich purifies and enriches the blood as nothing else can SKf For testimonials of remarkable cures wad for Book on the Blood No3 C I Hood Co Lowell Mass t CLARK CASES ARE AT LAST SETTLED The First Attaching Creditors On Poultry Swindlers Property to Be PaidOthers to Get Nothing Hardinsburg Ky dept 10Spe- cialThe petition ot W C Moor man E F Lyons and Wilson Co to force 01M ClarK Co into bank ruptcy has been dismissed with costs by Judge Evans In the Federal Court The effect of this decision is that there will bo no pro lata distributionI of the proceeds ot the attached goods of C M Clark Co but that the iiist attaching creditors whose attach ments are sustained will receive thou debts in full until the fund now iin the circuit court amounting to 1 700 is exhausted The other creditorsI will receive nothing The parties wh I fought and won the case in the Feder al Court are Pete Sheeran Bros C Co First State Hank B F Beard Co and Joe Teat Their attorney- were Morris Eskridge ins Brown and Jno P Haswell Jr Mrs Linda Ditto Dead Mrs Linda Ditto died at her home in Jefferson county Monday She wa the wife of the late James Ditto C1Af3TORIBear theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Blgnatnn Y ot Dr Walker Custer Oct 345 Dr W A Walker of Hardnsbnrg will be at CuHter October 345 to do dental work Hensley Resigns Position The town of Stanley is again with out a peace officer W W Hensley who has been the marshal of the town since last April has resigned Hensley resigned a few das after ho was ac quitted for the killing of Joe Sapp but the town trustees refused to accept his resignation It is understood that Hensley people were anxious for him to give up the office Oc Saturday he again offered his resignation audit was refused Ho then took off his badge and declared he would no longer serve as marshal Tuesdays Owens born Messenger Short Hardinsburg News Notes HardinsburgKySeptlO Special The County Board of Election Com missioners will meet here today to select the election officers who will act during the coming year Prof Collins has organized a literary society composed of the students of the high school The society meets every Friday evening and the public generally is invited to attend Leo Greenwell representing N M Sanders commission merchant of Louisville has opened a produce store here and will pay cash for poultry eggs etc Mr Greenwell is a hustling young man and will make a success of the business John Skillman has accepted a posi tion with the Farmers Bank He is a young man of ability and promise vho will develop into a capable business manBruce Moorman of Harned had a mare valued at 125 stolen from him last Tuesday night No trace cf the thief has been found Fall Races Sept 16Octobcr 7 205 round trip Cloverport to Louia ville and return on Sept 17 to 20 Inclusive good returning 3 days from date of sale Also Oct 1 to Oct 7iuclusive good returning Oct 9 Rev Bushings Farewell Sermon Rev J T Rushing presidiug elder of the Owensboro district of the Louisville conferenceMethodist Episcopal church South preached his farewell sermon at Settle Memorial church at Owensboro Sundaynight Because of the time limit haviug expired he will be trans ferred to another field at the conference which will meet at Leitchfield on Sep tember 27 Rev Mr Rushing is a man of mnch more than ordinary ability and has made himself very useful and popular in this city and the districtand- the people at urge as well as those ot his own denomination will regret to lose him Dr R W Browder ono of the most able presiding elders in the conference is being spoken of as a suc cessor to Mr Rushing though there is no unanimity of sentim ent in regard to this matter among the Methodists of the district I Kirk Store Loses 360 to Robbers Fourth Time Burglarized No Clew Hardinsburg Ky Sept 10Spe- oialPeto Sheeran Bros Jos store at Kirk was robbed of 300 worth of goods last Wednesday night The goods taken consisted mostly of jewelry and cutlery About 00 worth of stamps was also stolen The post office is kept in the store house An entrance was effected by the thieves through the transom over the front door All the doors were found open or unlocked the next morning Thursday night bloodhounds from Louisville under charge of expert men came down to track the robbers New Business in Town IFew druggists in towns of Clover leopartment as Short Haynes nave fitted up in a corner of their drug store It is not only attractively ap respectsand a credit to this enterprising firm The stock of glasses carried by Short Haynes is very large Tney have the most modern instruments for test ing the eyes and one of the latest and Theysguarantee every glass theysell On a days notice they have special pre scription lens ground inChicago Mr Short has just taken a special course in optics and feels he is in a position to do all kinds of tirst class work in this line By means of their large as sortment of glasses their fine equip ment and Mr Shorts ability as an optician Messrs Haynes and Short are able to fit any kind of eye Cured of Brights Disease Ueo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence Co N Y writes I Had kidney disease for many years and had been treated by physicians for twelve years had taken a well known kidney medicine and other remedies that wero recommended but got no relief until I began using Foleys Kidney Cure The first half bottle relieved mo 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 a brickdust substance and sometimes a slimy substance I believe I would have died if I had not taken Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by A R Fisher Obituary This community has again sustained a great loss in the death of one of its best citizensWm H Scott son of Pey ton and Serepta Scott born May 14 1813 After a lingering illness of several months duration be entered in to eternal rest September 5 IgO at his home near Garfield He was marri ed to Amanda Simmons February 24 1871 and to this union were born two Children Ptryrou E Scott and Mrs Eddie L Gray who with the mother are left to mourn the loss ofa kind Christian father and husband Mr Scott was born aud reared on the farm on which he died Isis was ono of the quiet homeloving dispositions of which we find but few in this restless hurrying age quiet and unassuming in every thing Those who knew him best had learned to value him most for his loyalty to truth and honesty He was one of whom it could will be said Ills word is as good ns bis bond He professed faith in Christ and was baptis ed into the Baptist church at Lost Run in November 1SSS and went into the organization of the Garfield Baptist church three years ago and lived a consecrated Christian life that should be an example to all and especially to his children that they may strive to follow his example and live for Gods glory Andwhile his wife and children sorrow for him they have the blessed assurance that he is sate in the arms of Jesus Garfield Ky A Friend Best timothy seed 180 per bushel at Julian Btowns feed store Best red top 7I cts per lb at Julian Browns feed store Shows at Hawesville Also The Great Sun Brothers New Railroad Shows one of the small er circuses which exhibits at Har dinsburg next Tuesday will be at Hawesvillo Monday Tho small er circuses as a rule do not make Cloverport I HAS STOOD THE TEST 25cARS The old original GROVES TastolSab Chill Tonic Yournmv what you are takt It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay Soc Several runs were maae by the dogs but there wero no satisfactory results They returned to Louisville Friday morning and the robbery remains asI much of a mystery as over This is the fourth time the st ore has been burglarized in recent years and the fact that the same kind ot articles are stolen each time would seAm to indicate that the same thieves have looted the store upon ea ch occa sionNo clew has yet developed that gives any hope of leading to the discovery of the b urglare Registration Day October 3 Registration day comes this year on October 3 and will be held in every Incorporated town in the county All untitled to vote in November will be entitled to registration The polls will open at 0 a in and close at I p m Each voter must register in the pre rinct in which ho lives There will also be a supplemental registration on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday immediately preceding the November election Thousand People on Show Boat At least a thousand people attended the performance given here last Wednesday night on tho Sunny South Swallow Markles now floating palace A M Cheek the manager said the seating capacity of the boat is 1200 and there were only a few sections where all the seats were not occupied Peuple wore present from various points over the county and a large number came over from Tobinsport Many of those who attended say the performance was the most refined and entertaining seen here this year The Sunny South had been adver tised as the largest and finest show boat in the world When the people saw it from the landing at the lower wharf they were satisfied that it excelled all Ohio river shows in these two respects Tne company was as large perhaps as ever seen hero and above tine average The show was honestly presented and managed in a satisfactory manner Minnett Expect Many D legates President John E Minnett of the Hancock county A S of E was in the city today conferring with the Davieas county A S of E officials on the tobacco situation He is a delegate to the tobacco growers association which is to meet here October 18 ID and 20 He says Ins union will meet in special session about October 1 to prepare for the national meeting He stated that several of the twentysix locals in his county would send delegate to the meeting Asked if he thought there would be 1000 delegates at the meeting he stated that he expected at least one thousand delegates from Kentucky alone as every county is entitled to three delegates and every local wishing a separate representative is entitled to one Wednesdays Owensboro Inquirer WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured By Chamberlains Colic Cholera And Diarrhoea Remedy When my hoy was two years ola he Lad a very severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Chamber lains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we brought him out all right says Maggie Hickox of Mid land Mich This remedy can be de pended upon in the most severe ases Even cholera infantum is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale by Snort Haynes Prices Show Boat Sinks Cairo III Sept lOPriceR showboat struck a log at the mouth of the Cache river five miles above this city In the Ohio river tonight and sank The boat lies with three foet of water over her deck The people all escaped to tin towboat that was towing the show boat Musician of Ability Under the above head Saturdays Louisville Times contained a picture of Miss Lucile Cunningham who is teaching music at Irvington at Pialschie Wash INow Tlnius formerly of Holt has changed his place of residence from Seattle Wash to Pialschie Wash RoBaking Powder Absolutely j Pure oyal Baking Powder is indispensable to finest cookery and to the comfort andconvenience of modern housekeep ing Royal Baking Powder makes hot breads cakes and pastrywholesome Perfectly leavens without fermentation Qualities that are peculiar to it alone ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK BLACK LICK BAPTIST CHURCH NEAR GLENDEANE DEDICATED ON SUNDAY ALL DEBT WAS PREVIOUSLY RAISED J Black Lick Baptist church three miles southwest of Glendeane was dedicated Sunday Rev J T Lewis of this city preached the dedicatory sermon in the morning and Rev Baker preached in the afternoon an allday meeting being hold A large crowd was present and dinner in abundance was served The main feature of the dedication was the fact that the debt on the church hud ben raised and no contribution was asked for Rev Lewis preached the dedicatory sermon at 11 oclock taking his text from the vtnteQnthchapter of John Tho crowd was so large that only about two thitd of those present could get within the church to hear the remarks appropriate to the occasion that Rev Lewis inadn during his sermon The snging was very good and added much to the spiritual enjoyment of the day After the dinner hour the rejoicing congratulations and socialI side of the occasion wore engaged in until 2 oclock when a sermon was delivered by Rev Bauer who has been supplying the church and will probably continue to do so until De cember when the congregation expect to call a regular pastor The Black Lick congregation have a splendid house of worship Colt Show at Bewleyville Irvington Ky Sept 1USpo- ciaLThe colt show held at Bowley ville Saturday after noon under the direction of Chas H Drury was ono of the swell society events of the sea son The 400 was there and one had but to draw slightly upon the inmginu tiou to foul it must Dti the real horse show Fourteen hnndsmue colts enter ed the ring The blue ribbon was justly placed upon tho best colt in thering that of Wm Kendall Chas Hardaways colt bore off tho second prize Mr Sheldon Resigns Position A C Sheldon has resigned his po sition with the News as foreman which he held for nearly two years Saturday he went to Evansville whore his family have been for sever al weeks and where ho will probably soon start a job printing plant Mr Sheldon was foreman or the Derby Game Bird a poultry magazine pub fished at Derby Ind before accepting his position with tho News Prior to the fire of March 1901 which destroyed the old News plant he was in the employ of the paper for four yearsMr Sheldon is an experienced and capable printer and a competent news paper foreman All work done person ally by him or under his supervision as foreman of the paper and in the job printing department has been first class and uptodate in every detail He is fully acquainted with the hast ness and give entire satisfaction while in the employ of tho News for a country church It ill a frame building and about the size of the old Goshen church which was razed to tho ground It is nicely painted and carpeted and makes an excellent appearance for its size and styln of architecture The choir and pulpit arrangement are especially niceBlacK Lick Baptist church and the now Baptist church at Qlendeane which is known as the Glendeane Baptist church are the two churches resulting from old Goshen Baptist ci nreh the congregation of which was formerly composed of the majori ty of the members of the two new churches rue old church formerly stood on the Johnson Deane tarsi near Glendeane The doors the steps part of tho floor Mud other material from it were used in the construction of Black Lick church Black Lick church was admitted i nto the Brecktnridge Association of Baptists at the third annual session in this city on August 3031 increasing tho number of churches in this organ- Izationi to thirteen The dedicatin was a success in every respect and the tact that the cost of erecting aud furnishing the church was met before the day of the dedication nrgurs well for its future growth and influence MakeUp of the Legislature The first unrnbtr of tho KentncKy Issue the official organ ot the Anti Saloon League has just been received Undertho head of What To Do in the Legislation Races is the following We must look carefully to the makeup of tho neat legislature I suggest the following plan of opera tion 1st Ascertain reliably and by committee from the candidate himself his position on the County Unit Bill 12nd It he will not commit himself and there is no candidate against him who will so commit himself usk hum if he will vote for the bill if a majority of his constituency can be shown to be for the bill 3rd If he so agrees send to us for blank torms of petition and have these signed by every voter in the county or district who will do so To accom plish this the county should be assign ed by precincts to those persons who will see that the petitions are signed 4th Let religinoa bodies every where pass resolutions asking repre sentatives ana senators to vote for tho county unit bill Push the worc vig orously for the time is short With tho County Unit Bill Kentucky will be practically a dry stateH KTaylor Asst State Snpt II Regarding tho County Union Bill the Issno says in part Other measures may be desirable but the bill that will give the majority of the people in the county the dects ion of whether saloons shall ozist in the county is by all odds the best measure to be secured The Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY September 20 1905 CHECKS FRIENDS ENTHUSIASM 1 At Jefferson Club Dinner Air Dry Says Hes No Candidate Chicago Sept 181 want tIHI WRite my positron perfectly clear I want to Hay to you that not only nut I not announcing a candidacy but I am not permitting a sand daoyIn these words William J Bryan ndrninistoied a check to the onthui iastn which at the Jefferson Club biinquot given last night in Mi Bryans honor greoted tho speeche advocating his nomination for tbe third time for President Tnei a had been warm words of pram for Mr Bryan particularly from Congressman Ollie M James of Ker tncgy and Judge J P Tarvin ot Covington Ky who had declare unqualifiedly for Mr Bryan as tbe Democratic nomineo for President in 1008 and from Alexander Troup ot New Haven Conn who declare that Bryan was the natural and legitimate loader of the Democratic part in the coming campaign- I am not now said Mr Bryan a candidate for any office I have never said that I would never again bo a candidate for office but I wan to say now that talk of candidacy for office does not affect me as it once did I believe that my place in histor will be determined not by what thl people pro able to do for me but by what I am able to do for the people I think it is now too soon to choose ia candidate for President to make th- race throe years from now j it is toe arly tc pledge ourselves to any one man 1 trust that before the time cornea to name a man for the next presidential race light may be throws upon our partys pathway that a man may be chosen who will bo able to do for tho party more than I have yet been able to do Covers wore laid for 300 guests ant among those present were Congress man H T Rainey of Illinois Congressman Ollie M James of Kentucky Mayor Edward F Dunne ot Chicago Judge James P Tarvin of Covington Ky Samuel Alschuler of Aurora Ill E L Masters presi dent or the Jefferson Cult Clarence S Darrow and other Chicagoans A Cold Settled in His Kidneys A J Jennosse 01201 Butler St Chicago writes I am a switchman and am out in all kinds of weather I took a cold whicn settled lin my kid floss and I was in bad shape I tried several advoitisod remedies with m benefit until I was recommended tt- try Foleyu Kidney Cure Two third ot a bottle cnred me Sold by A R J ishor Boy Starving feado County Messenger Sheriff Baskett and Hewitt Mc Anhllo aro feeding several head of nmles on H C Woodsons farm near town and Sunday they went out tc see how they wore getting along and on their return they brought terrible news It seems that Soda Brown who is Mr Woodsons overseer had a boy to climb a corn stalK to see how the corn was getting along and now the stalk is growing laster that the boy can climb down and he is out of sight Three neighbors have under taken to chop the stalk down with axes and save the boy from starvation but it g ows so fast they cant hit twice in tho same place Mr Mc Anliffe says the boy is living on noth ing but taw corn and has already thrown down ever five bushels of cobs Quite a number went out Monday to ascertain tne facts in the ease SWINE RAISING SIXTY YEARS AGO Copied from tho PoultryTrlbutfe and published by request A writer in National Farmer quotes some interesting extracts from 3grli cultural reports of 1854 which give the younger generation an excellent idea of the great improvement in t this industry in the last halfcentury We quote as follows Recently we have looked over a little of the correspondence in an agri cultural report made fifty years ago Several farmers write very interest- Ing letters about the hog business An Alabama correspondent of 1854 says Very few imported swine have found their way here Nor is it necessary as varieties can he multiplied ad in tinitum from the same stock by select tion and treatment He adds that some of their hogs reach maturity at 18 to 24 months while others require 30 to 30 months The average value when killed is 10 to 12 per head from which we inter that the weights were not aeavy A MoHenry county 111 farmer says that hogs are raised thereIin great quantities ot almost every breed from the longnosed Hoosier or Prairie rooter to the smallboned Middlesex All these breeds are now extinct in Illinois we believe Another Illinois farmer was some thing of a pessimist so far as the bog business in concerned as then carried on He said I Must farmers consider hogs the most indispensable part of their stock Some few gain largely by raising them but I sincerely believe if all the accounts were carefully balanced the facts would show a heavy annual loss to the producer Our farmers are not yet properly fixed for the profitable raising or nogs Too much corn is fed to them and when they are at last brought into market generaly at two years old their heads have been twice cut off bv corn cobs The fall of the year when acorns and other nuts ripen is the only time that they will thrive without being fed well on the most costly of our crops corn Some few experiments have proved that the most profitable food the farmer can provide for swine in this climate at any age is clover tho raising of which may be said to be but just in its infancy Of breeds of swine we have a great variety from the genuine Landpike up to the best I Berkshire Experience has amply established the fact that cios sing is deoidedlv advantageous Many of our hogs do not mature at a less uge thin two years These are mostly a largeboned largoframed animal Others again mature at a year old and are generally diminutive in size but small eaters and take on fat fast RussoJapanese Protocol London Sept 13The Japanese legation this evening gave out tho text of the RussoJapanese armistice pro tocol It follows First Ascertain distance as to what zone of demarcation ahull be fixed between the fronts of the armies of the two powers in Manchuria as well as in the region of Tumen river KoreaSecondThe naval force of rue of the belligerents snail not boinbara the territory belonging to or occupied by the othe- rThln1Maritime captures shall not be suspended by the armistice Fourth During the term of tho armistice ne w reinforcements shall not be dispatched to the theatre of warFifthCommanders of the armies and fleets of tbe two powers shall determine in common accord the conditions of the armistice in conformity with the provisions enumerated Sixth The two governments shall The crossing of such with the larg is always attended with decided ben efit The cost of raising hogs will of course much depend upon the Kind Some cost not over 3 others doubli that sum For the last two yean the producer realized from 4 to I 0 cents per pound for pork This yea the probabilities are acianst so high a figure Maine seems to be away ahead of Illinois in the improvement in Its hugs in the fifties One correspondent t said II We have excellent breeds of hoge but much crossed Pork is mostly made from oats and peas ground together and mixed with boiled potatoes None packed for market Average price 8 cents a pound Average weight at 18 months old 400 pounds A Wayne county N Y corres pondent reports that the Suffolk breed is taking the lead there IA Harrison county O farmer says II The Berkshire and Iriuh Gra zier arty the best breed of hogs raised among us With good feed and care they will weigh from 300 to 400 pounds each at 18 months old Price of pork here varies from 4 to fO per hun dred The former price will hardly pay for raising In Center county Pa the Berkshire and Chester county Whites are reported as the best breeds and tho correspondents say that hograising might be a profitable business there if these could he kept without be coming mixed with other swine of interior quality- A Washington N Y correspon dent says Although it may not generally be known I will state the propensity that swine have tn eat the droppings of our dometiso fowls When the hab it has once been contracted tho hog loses his appetite for food no matter what its quality and if he has an opportunity he seess it unremittingly The effects are equal to that of opium eating on the human speciesthe ani mal becoming meager dejected and If in his power he constantly attends the fowls seemingly only with the intent of gratifying the morbid ap petite thus acquired I know ot no remedy except to shut them off from Indulging in tho fatal habit 4 II would here incidentally remark that the swine which have access to the dung of near cattle which feed on corn most industriously follow them and contract this siccly habit but not to the degree mentioned above Swine also which bed upon ferment ing stable manure become much more susceptible to cold1 order their commanders immediately after the signature ot the treaty ol peace to put the protocol in execution The protocol is signed by Witte Rosen Komnra and Tnkahira Arc You Engaged EngHged people should remember tbat after marriage many quarrels can bo avoided by keeping their digestion in good condition with Eectnc Bitters S A Brown of Ben nettsville S L saysIIFor years my wits suffered intensely trom dys pepsin complicated with a torpid liv er until she lost her strength and vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Elec tric Bitters whlon helped her at once and finally made here entirely well Sne is now strong and healthy Short d Haynes druargistH selh and guarantee them at GOo a bottle Plans MileAMinute Airship Roy Knabensnue 01 Toledo who r has had more success as an aeronaut perhaps than any man in the country ilAnnual Fall Exposition OF THE FASHIONABLEt JKaufhian Garment For Men and Young Men CC To those discriminating economical Men and Young Men who want to be stylishly attired at a moderate cost we extend a cordial invitation to view our Fall displayof nobby KAUFMAN Suits and Overcoats O We are showing every popular fabric pattern and fashion in all the exclusive effects and designs C Our assortment is so complete and choice that we can accurately fit men ofevery size and proportion in their most becomingstyle fl We heartily recommend these servicable garments and beg to advise those of our patrons who have confidence in our judgment tjiat they cannot get better tailoredmod erate priced clothing G We trust to have the pleasure of personally explaining and showing in detail the manymerits of these garments to those who desire individuality and character in their clothingand who appreciate the opportunity of buying fine Suits and Overcoats at a nominal price F FRAIZE Outfitters for Men Women and Children began his career in aerial navigation throe years ago when In compa with his brother ho made a balloon ascension from the Toledo fairgrounds After an elevation of 10UO feet had been reached the balloon rau away and thn boys spent tho mgnt in a wild tumble through clouds and- over tree tops They were able to cast their anchor the next inornu and land in ah orchard somewhat bruised but safe Of his experience he said Dirig ibility of the airship I have nlreat secured but the problem at present is to secure an engine that at no time will lose its action I had it to stop on me once while at a great altitude hut fortunately it Immediately started up again II Aerial navigation is no longer a matter of chance I see no reason why in the end a ship can not Itbe constructed that will travel a mile a minute although twenty miles an hour is a good rate cf speed at present Within two or three years I hope to be able to leave Chicago and sail to Toledo or Buffalo with ease and witl ont a stop Miss Roberta McGavockMarrie Miss Roberta McOavock daughter of Mr and Mrs Robt H MoQavoo who reside near town was married Sunday to Mr Perry Norvall iat Louisiana Mo where Miss MuGavo held a position for several months s s cashier in a largo department story Miss McUavock Is a most deservin young lady and has many friends iin Breckenridgo and Hancock countie Onlta few months ago she went tto LouisianaMr home isnt Nashville Tenn He is a promising young railway engineer Mrs Norvall will arrive hero iin November for a visit to her parents lhut Mr Norvall will net come until next spring They will reside at Kansas City Dr Josiah Hale Dead Owensboro Ky Sept 14Dr Joisah Hale the oldest practitione in this section of the btate died this afternoon ot general debility Htj was for a DC tuber of years one of the leading physicians in Western Ken tuckv nut retired from active prac tico about ten years ago He had degrees from several ot the most pr mi nont medical schools in America Bnd EnglandDr was seventysix years old He was born near Fordsville Ohi county and began the practice of his profession there He is survived by his widow and one daughter Mrs J Allen Dean of Owensboro ana a sister Mrs Mattie Gray of Fordaville It you ever took DeWitts Little Earl Risers for biliousness or constipation you Know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the live and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects Sold b- All Druggists OUR MAGAZINE SECTION The Special Features Original Am Instructive flatter The especial attention of our reader is called to our magazine section iia feature of the News which was Inaugurated a few weeks agoIt contain original and instructive matte and is not made up of newspaper clipp ings The special articles mo by writer of known reputation and the profns illustrations with the matter itsel mare it equal to the best magazine section published with the leading Sunday daily newspapers The feature articles this week are as follows MODERN CLIFF DWELLERS The sky scrapers of big cities taking place of homesOPEN DOOR IN CHINA Policy It assured as result of Russian Japanesi warLITERARY WORKS OF JOHJ HAY To be pnnlisned by his daught 91 THE PARCELS POST Movement to secure enactment of such law BOW THE WORLD TRAVELS FOR PLEASURE Great improvement In construction since early days of the rolocipedo and bicycle Millions of dollars expended annually upon various kinds of pleasure machines THE WORLDS ANARCHISTS England a dumping ground tor the advocates of assassination NATIVES OF SAMOA American clothes cause consumption and otnei diseases A TALE OF LOUISIANA A thrilling short story by D Erf Mail IIi wWORK OF THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Article by Guy Elliott Mitchell on Macaroni or Durum Wheats TRIED PLAYING HOBO Experimenter found that tho real hobo has soured the souls of humanity Farascon in Morning Stars Place The Morning Star has gone on the ways at Madison for repairs and the rarascon which has been repaired at Sew Albany and has just gotten oil hodocks took her place in the Evansville and Louisville trade last weeK Tumors ConqueredIt Without Operations Unqualified Success of Lydia E PinhhamsIVegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs Fox and Miss Adams Fannie Fox tilGl U I i t One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is the conquering of womans dread enemy Tumor Socalled wandering pains may come from its early stages or the pres ence of danger may be made manifest by excessive menstruation accompanied by unusual pain extending from the ovaries down the groin and thighs If you have mysterious pains if there are indications of inflammation ulcera tion or displacement dont wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of a hospital operation secure Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound right away and begin its use and write Mrs Pinkham of Lynn Mass for advice Read these strong letters from grate ful women who have been cured Dear Mrs Plnkham First TAtter In looking over your book I ccc thatyour mcdlcinu cures Tumor of tho Uterus I have been to a doctor and ho tells ino I have a tu mor I will bo more than grateful if you can help me as I do so dread an operation Fannie D Fox 7 Chestnut StBrndfordPa Dear Mrs Plnkham Second Letter- I take tho liberty to congratulate you on the success I have had with your wonderful medicineEighteen months ago my monthlies stopped Shortly after I felt so badlyl submitted to a thorough examination by a phy sician and was told that I had a tumor on the uterus and would have to undergo an operation I soon after read one of your advertisements and decided to give Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound a trial After inking five bottles as directed the tumor is entirely gone I have again been examined Lydia E PiHkhass Vegetable Compound Teachers to go to Chautauqua The teachers or the county institutes in this part ot the State are announc ing their intention of holding their annual meeting next year at the Seven Hills Chautauqua at Owensboro in August The teachers of Daviess county have already voted overwhelmingly to join the Daviess county institute at the Chautauqua and it is expected that the teachers of Breckenridge county will attend and go prepared to compete in the commencement contest of county graduates Subscribe for the News the physician and he says I have no afgntb1 bla tumor now It has also brought ml 1 t monthlies around once more and I art D entirely well I shall never be without tfboV 1 tie of Lydia Plnkhams Vegetable Compou in the houseFann1e D Fox Bradford Pa Another Case ofTumor Curedcby Lydia E Plnkhanis VegetaAble Compound- Dear tt About Mrs Pinkhamithree years ago I had rbin my stomach with cramps and raging t1 headaches The doctor prescribed for me but finding that I did not get any better beoexamined me and to my surprise declared E I had a tumor in the uterus I felt sure that it meant my death warrantOtand was very disheartened I spent hundreds SI of dollars in doctoring but tho tumor kept growing till the doctor said that nothing but an operation would save me Fortunately I o corresponded with my aunt in the New En gofand States who advised mo to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound before sub m operation and I at once started Ottakinggreat relief that my general health began to tothaton taking the Compound and in ten months It had entirely disappeared without an open E atlon and using no medicine but Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound and wordsr be tall tb express how grateful I aID for the good la It has done meMist Luella Adams COlon nade Hotel Seattle WashtSuch unquestionable testimony G proves the value of Lydia E Pinkhams JI Vegetable Compound and should giveCcconfidence and hope to every sick womanseMrs Pinkham invites all ailing m women to write to her at Lynn Mas for advice It III ft Womans Remedy TH WtMan1III4ot ti Secret of Rockefellers Successtrt John D Rockefeller submitted tonan interview at Cleveland Timeii altos and adjusts almost everything he saidlilt takes infinite pati nce1Joand courage to compel men to haveSeconfidence in you I believe I havebeboth oC these qualities and I alsoatbelieve they are the secrets of myatsuccess OASTOElXPaiBees theTlae Kind You Mara Always Bwtfil Signature J of ve par Subscribe for the News col inf p- M MrchE THE EQUITABLE tbLIFEfitI J First In Its Aid To Beneficiariesbrec The Equitable pays its policies more promptly than anyhoother company usually within twentyfour hours Fo par DEATH CLAIMS PAID IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA N In 1900 96 per cent within one dayF1 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 T CLAIMS PAID 213 997365souPAID WITHIN ONE DAYM209 985565 THERE WERE ONLY FOUR CLAIMS THAT IIVhereII II mitting complete papers dr First In Its Payments To Living Policy HolderskJdFor many years the Equitable has awa cc1thanDIVIDENDS PAIDthe canInIn 1901 374252000 blad1 In 1902 447792400 11- It 568229600ingIn 1903 11 In 1904 600190300 0p0 FIRST IN FINANCIAL STRENGTHtimei Assets 41395302100reallLiabilities 33815875200 derfi bySRatio1 have U1 Is HENRY JJeImiI 1 I Manager for Kentucky fdelr Equitable Building Louisville KySlereadll For full particulars as to new policies see R T POLK our representative t1 at CLOVERPORT our local representative anywhere g t 1 I tp yl 1f w t xi i YrI yl p p ti r r J a J a J 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 1905 TWt CELEBRATED LECTURERS On Alfalfa Train Farmers Clubs are Asked to Attend In Body abort Vreeland Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics in fate printed announcement of the Alfalfa and Corn Speciat train which id to be run over Kentucky between September 25 and October 4 under the auspices of the State De partment of Agriculture says Joseph E Wing of Ohio will be the principal lecturer on alfalfa the most valuable forage crop in the world It has been demonstrated that alfalfa can be raised in a large portion of Kentucky and its latrduction will mean much to the farmer It is the most prolific yielder one of the hest soil enrichers and one of the richest foods known Booklets with foil directions for sowing etc will be dis tributes along tha route free of charge Every invXer should avail himself of the opportunity of hearing ot the most celebrated lecturers on 1two sutjects in the United 6The corn department will be in I charge of Prof P G Holden of Ames Iowa who last year increased the corn crop of Iowa 100 0000 bushels Dont rail to hear him on I the proper selection of seed corn and j other phases of corn growing Prot I Holden is one of the foremost agri cultural experimenters in the United i States This is the first special ever run J over the State in the direct interest of the farmers and no farmer should miss the opportunity of hearing these t a mena are requested to at bodyIt I of the Kentucky Experimental station will = also be on r r board as well as Commissioner Vree d land R C Crenshaw AssistantI Commissioner of Agriculture R C s ofspoihaFeaseveral others interested in the move ment will make the trip The introduction of alfalfa growing into Kentucky is due to the efforts 14of Commissioner Vreeland Among the samples of alfalfa shown on the train will be a sample of the grain fve and one half feet in height grown o n a one hundred acre field onehalf 1eile from Frankfort The train as stated last week will e be at Cloverport from 515 p m reSeptember 29 to 830 a m Septem re ber 30 It will arrive at Stephensport i0at849 for a thirty minutes stop and- y at Irvington at 952 tor a like step Pain from a Burn Promptly Relined by Chamberlains Pain CureI A little child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Coun was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand and as cold applications only increased the inflammation Mr Strauss came to Mr James N Nichols a local mer chant for something to stop the pain Mr Nichols says I advised him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm and the first application drew out the in flammation and gave immediate relief I have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for cuts burns strains and lame baoK and have never known it to disappoint For sain by Short Haynes Clover port Ky Nine Men Judge in SO Years Following ia a list of Breckenridge The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep of live pneumonia heart or apoplexy are often the result of If is to the will the vital or the kidneys themselves down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is quickest by a of the kidneys If you are feeling you can no by taking Dr SwampRoot the liver and bladder remedy- It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain In passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the The mild and the extraordinary of SwampRoot is soon It the highest for Its won cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by alll druggists In fiftycent and onedollar You maY a sample bottle IIslUt1wonderful hew dls and a book that Many sudden byitfailure kidney disease kidney trouble allowed advance ktineypolsoned Mood attack organs break obtained proper treatment badly make mistake Kilmers great kidney being night effect realized stands derful bottles tells all abOUt It both Home or +rm Root sent free by nail Address br Kilmer Co Birighamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper ftont make sir talsiako tint remember the e SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp iandtheaddreM Binghamton N Y y noeUe- rgtl i I county judges eleuted during the last half century Williamson Cox 1851 James A Hambleton 1854 James A Hambleton 1858 E R Esuridge 1801 Milton Board 1800 N MoO Mercer 1870 N MoO Mercer 1874 Milton Board 1878 N Met Mercer 1883 A M Pnlliam 1881 Thomas Adkins 1888 Thomas AdRind 18UO Wm Ahl 1805 Matthias Miller 1002 Eodol Dyspepsia Cure IS certainly Ii wonderful remedy for Indigestion Dyspepsia and weak stomachs They say it never fails to cure and that iit strengthens the digestive organs and makes the stomach and breath as sweet as a rose Sold by All Drug gists October Cosmopolitan Booth Tarkington W W Jacobs Alfred Henry Lewis Edwin Letevre James L Ford Ambrose Bierce and Herbert Quick are contributors to the October t osmopolitanan unusually large number of prominent names for a popular magazine Needless to say the entire issue is well worth reading and the illustrations are attractive being contributed by Will Owen fa moos in England for his character work W L Jacobs Frank Tenne Johnson Orson Lowell Frank Ver Beck Philipps Ward Henry Raleigh F T Richards and Seymour M Stone Ou the whole it is a very beautiful magazine It is easy to relieve a cough or cure a cold after a copious evacutirn of the bowels Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup It acts on the towels expels all cold from the system and cures coughs by removing the cause This remedy clears the phlegm and strengthens the mucous membranes ol the throat chest lunga and bronchial tubes The honey bee and tho ted clover blossoms is on every bottle of Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar the Original laxative Cough Syrup Sold by All Druggists New Game Law in Effect The closed hunting season for rabbits and squirrels which began last Friday will continue until November 15 when the open quail season begins According to an amendment to the game law it is unlawful to kill or pursue or have in possession when sc killed any rabbit or squirrel during the forbidden pericd Rabbits how ever can be caught with dogs or in snares The penalty is a fine of not less than fri nor more than X25 for each offense The law making a dosed season on rabbits and squirrels was secured by the sportsmen of the State to stop the practice of hunting quail nadir the guise of bunting for raboits and squirrels TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY lake LAXATIVE HIJOMO QUININE Tub lots All druggists refund tho monoy If It falls to cure E W Groves signature Is on each box S5c Making Large Apple Shipments Though tbe apple crop in this section is short and inferior Cass Whitehead the wellknown Tobinsport stock and fruit buyer has been very busy buying and shipping apples from Toblns port and Bolt to a distillery at Con cordia He said Thursday that he had been shipping from 300 to 500 barrels daily to that point This Week at Macauleys Digby Bell in the Augustus Thomas Charles Dana Gibson comedy based on the latters series of drawings The Ldncatioa of Mr Pipp opens its first engagement outside of its New York one and a three weeks triumph in Chicago at Macauleye Theatre Louis ville next ThursdayFriday and Satur day where it will be seen for four per formances In addition to Mr Bell the entire cast which carried the play through an entire season at the Liberty Theatre New York last winter has been reengaged acd will be seen here The principal characters besides the inimitable Mr Pipp are his wife and two daughters the latter being two girls who it is thought are as perfect representations of the typo idealized by Charles Dana Gibson and snow familiarly as Gibscn girls as flesh and blood can reproduce Besides comedy which keeps the audience in roars of laughter there is a drama tic touch to the third act wnioh raises this play to the standard of a powerful drama for a brief scene Tho sale of seats opened Monday September 18 The cast includes W S St Clair Helen Traoy Janet Beecher Adele Luehrman Edith Johnstone Sam Coit Digby Bell Robert Warwick Frank Powell Fred Courtenay Ele nore Carroll Fred Reynolds William fcvttns Grace Thorne C Jay Will tams Harry L Lang and Bessie Baldwin Partner of Vardaman Tao W Wolpert a special representative of tho Citizens Life Insurance Co of Louisville was in the city hit Wednesday Spveral years ago Mr Wolpert conducted a newspaper at Jreenwcofl Mifts with Gov Yarda man the famous executive fc f that state as his partner Send is year BiifcMrtptieti 6w Plan For Controlling Marketing Of Tobacco Submitted to the Growers C II Taylor in UpToDate Farming Controlled marketing is the principle whereby we hope to maintain profitable prices for the products of our labor Plans for controlling the marketing are many and varied Crops location and local conditions make varied plans a necessityThe convention is to adopt the most feasible and practical plan for controlling the marketing of tobacco grown in the various states And as the editors of UpToDate Farming have called for ideas along this line one plan is submitted here with Consider it and if theie are better ones bring them to the con vention To be practical a plan must be simple Simplicity is the leading feature of this pJan- ApproximateJyall the tobacco grown in the United States whether consum ed at home or abroad reaches some otI the great tobacco markets sooner or later These markets are at Cincin nati Ohio Clurksville Tenn j Edger ton Wis LouisvilleKy Baltimore Md Richmond Va and Lancaster Pa There are a number of 1 Jisuer markets but these are the principal onesThe different growers associations should form a federation This tedera t tion should establish n tobacco clear ing house in each of these markets and in the others of sufficient impor Lance to justify A competent man ager with assistants should be given charge of each All tobacco grown should be carefully classed graded weighed prized and stored by local organizations and a complete report with sample sent to each clearing house and entered on the booksMinimum prices on each class and grade should be established at the an nual meeting of the federation These priors should be forwarded to the clear ing house managers All sales should be made only by the manager ot the clearing house in the following manner A catalog of tobac co containing a c mplete report of the tobacco crop should be sent each com pany engaged in the manufacture of tobacco and in case of export tobacco to loreign dealers This catalog will give information as to the quantity and quality of the tobaccoand buyers will be 1 informed that only at the clearing houses can this tobacco beI obtainedSettlements and statements will be made monthly or quarterly as may beI deemed best To illustrate During the quarter ending September 30 a clearing louse makes sales of darn With The Empress Dowager Miss Katharine A Carl enjoys the unique distinction of being the Unit person from the western world in all history who has been received into the intimacy of the Chinese imperial shipping tobacco to the amount of ffiO 000 Each tobacco grower having dark shipping listed with the federation gets a payment in proportion to the value of his crop At the end of each year an annual statement of business should be made by each clear- Ing honey manager and If a surplus of tobacco remains unsold it will be carried over by all the member In this way each tobacco grower will receive monthly or quarterly pay mints on his crop and can secure ad vances if needed Profitable prices will be maintained and marketing will be controlled Selling leaf tobacco will be the farmers business but con ducted by the farmers agents under instructions given at the annual convention Direct sales will bo made tneieby saving to the farmers tho pro tits now paid au army of useless buyers and commission men Through organization the farmers can keep in spection and storage charges down to the minimum Ij Manufacturers should welcome such ij a change for it will greatly facilitate j their business and afford a cutainty that j is lacking under the old system I Allow me to refer briefly to a plan whereby this work may be reaailv ac I complishedFirst the federation In formed at Owensboro and constitute a branch of the American Society of Equity as at present the one organization tor all farmers and all crops Second bylaws for the government of the tobacco branch or federation may be adopted as amendments to the constitution of the American Society of Equity Third local county and district unions will attend to the local detail work such as organizing new clubs or unions grading prizing sampling storng and keeping record of the to bacco securing advances etc Fourtheach class of tobacco growers may have their own executive com mitteeFifth the head of the department or tederatfonwith necessary assistants Clearing house managers etc to be chosen at each annual convention of the tobacco growers This plan is respectfully submitted to the tobacco growers of America It has been prepamd for tne dual purpose of uniting more solidly the tobacco growing interests thereby increasing their power and at till same ti me facilitate the marketing ot tobacco and enable the tobacco growers to stand with the producers of other staple crops in the demand for protitabe prices insuring prosperity for allC H Tay JorII ===O = OC = = c palaces Mies Carl painted four por traits of the famous Empress Dowager of China and for nearly a year resided at court attended all fetes ana saw the Empress Dowager on terms of pleasant and intimate companionship = A DAILY PAPER FREE Well not exactly free but the next thing to it What do you think of this offer The Breckenridge News and the- CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW For only 150 A Year This offer is open for a limited time only We cant tell how long we shall have an opportunity to give you such a bargain so come early Pay up your arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year Think of itl The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is a phenomenal success It is a fourpage sevencolumn paper prnted in large type on good quality of paper Started in January 1905 it already has thousands of subscribers and it intends to add thousands more in the next few weeks by means of an ar rangement with the BKECKENRIDGE NEWS and other newspapers such as we have outlinedabove The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is pub lished over week day in the year and contains all the news thats worth remembering It has a complete market readableexcellent reading matter for the family condensed and reports of the worlds news and every day gives its readers a Magazine Article by one of the Inch class special writers on its staff Remember that the regular price of tho CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is One Dollar per year For a limited time only all new subscribers to tho BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS who pay a year in advance and all oldsub scribers who pay arrearages and a year in advance can get the REVIEW for only 50 cents additional Dont wait now is the time to get a Good Daily Newspaper for the smallest price ever offered SEND YOUR ORDERS T- OBRECKENRIDGETilE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY S LAyers Pills health OneWay Colonist Rates to Montana Wyoming Nevada and Utah LOWEST EVER MADE Tickets on Sale 15 to 31 Complete ycur plans now Write for illustrated Booklets and Folders little FROM HEIIE TO Meteor through to Fort Worth Dallas Houston Galveston and i Antonia St Louis m daily Observation Cars Harvey Meals For further information write General Passenger Agent Frisco L System St Louis Mo DR TEETERING POWDERS regularAnd COvycr DYEaReduced Rates Coming CALIFORNIAWashington September October roquI TWINThe dailyTRAINS TOleaves TEXASFred MOFFETTS of of Age StrengthI tats Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J M1 D St Mo Mother Hesitate no longer but save the health and llfc of your child as thousands have done these powders TEETHINA Is easily and quickly and over tho effects of the summers heat upon teething children n H Southern Normal Bowling 9 eRoa Green Business Collego and BOWLING GREEN National osoLCof Telegraphyr t- uJNSCataloguesMENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN Address H H CHERRY President Green Ky SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST AND FASTEST LINES From LEXINGTON AND LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AND WEST Two Trains Daily as Follows Leave Lexington 610 am Louisville 000 am Arrive StLouis 012 Carrying vfstibuled coaches and Cafe Observation Parlor Car Meals a la carte Through without Leave Lexington 530 p in Louisville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 732 u m Cany ing reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 East Main street Ky 234 Fourth Avenue LouisvilleKy- or Union Depots almost daily She has written the story of her experiences the that chap ters of which will be published in the October Century together with Miss Carls pqrtrait of the Empress Dow ager of which the original is now in the National Museum at Washington Portrait sketches of the young Emp ress the secondary wife of the Emperor and other ladies with drawings made by Miss Carl illustrating scenes at court will accompany tho article When indigestion becomes chronic it is dungetona Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure indigestion and all troubles resulting theretrom thus preventing Catarrh ot the Stomach Sold by All Druggists The great rule of Full information on I GEOII LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D P A IRock Ark Cioclnn3t1 O I10 v v TITERS San 821 p I Cures Cholera Infanfum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles Children Any Aids Digestion MOFFETT Louis by giving given counteracts comes School KY Bowling To THE pm change free Lexington LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in South rv east Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas at rate of one y fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in v which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair curs and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the chewy lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps timetable and infornmrn about rates etc L O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Kt Route Cincinnati O Boats Doing Big Business The Evansville Packet Company anti the smaller boats plying between Louisville and Leavenworth and way points are doing a big business just now Tim boats bring in largo quanti ties of hay coin wheat provisions apples live stock and tobacco Tho boats are a great benefit to shippers on account of the low rates and have the effect of keeping railroad rates down to the normal Tfaareday Louisville Times fir tat J r lj fik l rttW 4W1 Z AAt + I ir THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS tJNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday = Subscription Price 100 a year or SL25 if paid at the end of year = CARDS OpTHANKS over five lines charged for at the rate o 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance t Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1905 POLITICAL ROTES There is no trouble in the rank and tile of the Republican party in this county so far as we are able to learn At Union Star both parties will poll their usual vote This is one of the hottest pre cincts in the county and nearly every voter is politician and a worker Sam Bassctt is a mighty strong man up there and a goodumny DemI ocrats will vote for him on personal grounds At Irvington and Rewlo villo very little is being said or done You never hear politi mentioned save when a candidate comes around and broaches the sub joct The people seem to be too busy and too prosperous to pay anyI attention to the election We met Dink Childs on the train the other day returning from Hancock county IHe had boon in that county for several weeks buying apple When asked about the political outlook in that county he said Hick Owen stands mighty well with both Democrats and Republicans and will get a big Republican vote Lott is not a strong man and will not carry the Republican vote I have heard more than fifty Republicans say they could not support him and tha they would vote for Owen The Democratic candidate for sheriff Kelly is very 1popular find he will be elected Nick Grcathouse the Republican candidate for county clerk seems to have a walkover for 1 that office As for Muade county Mr Childs said that it would poll1 peitsPolitics is very quite at the county seat more quite than we have over known before at this time of a campaign Roth parties seem to be a waitingfornews of the campaign and he will tell you that things were never in better shape for his party And on the other hand the Republicans will tell you the same thing Sherman Ball says that he never inI the history o his campaigning knew things to be in finer shape for his election and the entire Republican ticket and you go to his opponent W F Hook and he will tell you that his routlook is fine and that thore is no doubt of his election The fact is that the voters are taking very little interest so far as we are able to judge They are saying very little and you seldom hear the election mentioned in ai crowdwhere there is no candidate or a precinct politician What iit means no one can tell only that the people have made up their mindsfI to vote their sentiments and they are not saying much about it Whether this means success for the Repuulicans or Democrats none can tell This state of affairs is a good omen It is an indication that the people have something to do they are too busy attending to politicsInI = do is for the voter to select the best men regardless of their politics j and vote for them I CJMS Diwnrs Iwojfic von STOCK INTERESTS Chas Drurys colt showas usual attracted very large crowd to countyfnirthousand people present Men women and children for miles around wore there dressed in their best bib and tuckor one and all deeply in terested in the outcome of the colt show It was one of the best looking crowds we ever saw in Breckenridge county There were wore pretty womon and girls and handsome turnouts and tine horses and as a mutter of course when it comes to the display of colts these couldnt have peon boat I Charlie Drury is certainly doing 1n great work for the tock in terest of that soction of the county People are taking more interest in their hordes and mulos raising more of them and taking more pride contestingforshowed their hood stock and breeding The three contesting colts wore Win Kendalls Chas Harda ways and Chas Moormans The judges were Henry Livers Ben S McCoy and John Ditto Those judges on the first round could not agree each casting a vote for a different colt To unlock the tie rote two more judges were called in Thos Blythe and Crawford Heauchnmp On the second bal lot three votes were cast for Kendalls colt and ono each for the others giving tho first premium to Kendall The third ballot gave the second premium to llardaway Those two colts wore as handsome as pictures and it was a hard matter for the judges to decide which was the best The only point in favor of Kendalls colt was its color It is a beautiful bay while Hardoways is a beautiful light sorrel The owners refused 100 each after the show In the mule contest John Allgood of Meado county captured the pride There were a line lot of mule colts all handsome smooth fellowFand in size equaled good nanny threeyearolds The show turned out very satisfactory to all parties and while some were disappointed iin not getting the first colors yet it did not cliango their minds on tho value and style of their colts There is nothing that a farmer or his wife or his children take more pride in than a beautiful young active highbred colt Its the pride of the whole household And it is a good thing When you aroUSe peoples pride you have touched tho finest chord in mans being Colt shows are u good thing for the community and thereI ought to be more of them We suggest to Squire Drury to engage IIII brass band for his next show and make an allday affair of it I IRETHIS DY CATARRH I Is sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm P Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the dig cased memurauc It r FEVERfIn tho Head quickly It is absorbed Heals and Protects tho Membrane Restores the atdruRglscsmullELYHROTIIERS IRVINGTON Dr L B Moreman has purchased the farm of Mrs Glory Wrather Con sideration not known The oldfashioned spelling match gIver by the Ladles Aid and Sun beams last Saturday night was quite a success There was a good attend ance Refreshments were served and all reported a pleasant time Chas Nelson of Nashville arrived Monday night to be the guest of Miss Eva Herndon for a few days Mr and Mrs J M Fallen have moved into trio vacant pause on Elm street just vacated by Mr and Mrs Ed Adkisson BeeehmontcMonday to attend school Mrs David Brandenburg of Tip- Top has returned home after a few days visit to her daughter Mrs Chas Unamberlain 1Mrs Lydia Bandy left Saturday for 1West Point to visit her sister Mrs Sally Hook for a month Miss Beulah Hook loft Friday for Chenault to visit the Misses Brodie fcr sometime UtvensborotSaturday to visit relatives and friends for an indefinite stay J 11 Mudd was in Louisville last week on business Mr and Mrs J 11 Herndon are ex cted home today from a visit to relatives and friends at Nasn ville Uiarksville and Hopkinsville Born to Casey Bush September 10 boyMr and Mrs Davis Dowel are at home from a few days visit to relay 1fives at Uarfleld Mrs L B Moremen was in Louisville Tuesday shopping Mrs Fred Howard and mother in law of Brandenburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Nevitt last weekEd Meddis and sister Nell of LouIsville pave returned after a short visit to Mr and Mrs Green Bandy Prot Eroiina of London Eag ved last Friday to visit Dr L B Moremen for a few days Dr A M Hardaway left Monday doingodentistry work CC Smith spent last Tues I IMts Gnston the truest of Mr and the W Mre Geo Neff Mr and Mrs B W Uriflin after being the guests of their sister Mrs Thos Blythe for a few days left Sat urday for Meridian Miss where they expect to reside Rev Hynes began a protracted meeting at Webster Friday Poindexter Galloway of Cloverport came up Saturday to be with bis mother for n few days Mrs A B Coleman is at nom after a two weeKs visit to Mr an Mrs Will Cain in Louisville A B Huter left last week for a visit to bis parents at Owenton Mrs Henry Webster of and sister Mrs Fanny Robertson Louisville were here the guests of Mrs Mary Munford last week Win Cornwall has returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs H S McCUntiok in Louisville- H H Kemper was in Louisville Saturday and Sunday TO CATARRH SUFFERERS Hyomei Guaranteed to Cure by Short h Haynes or Money Refunded The popularity and increase in the spies of Hyomei are unique in the annals of medicine Such astonishing cures have been made by this remedy that tile proprietors have authorized Short Haynes to sell every package of Hjomoi under an absolute guarantee that it will cure catarrh If it does not the purchaser can have his money refunded by Short C Haynes Hyomoi is no ordinary remedy It is the only method of treatment that sends by direct inhalation to the most remote part of the air passages a balsamic air that destroys all catarrhal germs in the breathing organs en riches gad purifies the blood wit additional ozone and makes a pe manent and comnlete cute of catarrh The complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 and consists of an inhaler that can he carried in the vest pock et n medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The inhaler lasts n life time and if one bottle does not cure tan extra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for oO cents It is the most economical of all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh and Is the only one that follows Nature fn the methods of treating diseases of the respiratory organsBreathe through the inhaler for a few minutes four times a day and your catarrh is cured Thats all If not cured Short Haynes willI refund your money May Organize Baptist Church Rev Geo loner of Pellville a minister of the Baptist denomination has been holding a very successful protracted meeting in a store house at Mattingly It Is reported that there have been over thirty conversions Rev Jones will return to Pellville this week but will bo at Mattingly again latter it is said and will attempt to organizei a Baptist church NothingTO Marvelous MusicalEntertainer 10 Just You WhatII HIS MASTERS VOICE IMPROVED THE VICTOR Talking and Singing Machine Plays the beautiful perfected Operatic Records Band Records Orchestra Records Male Quartette Records Song Records Banjo Records Kubelik Violin Records Calve Records ALL THESE RECORDS are given with a PURE SINGING TONE paydownveryTHEjbeOFFERlater in EASY installments THIS GREAT OFFER MADE TO ALL THE GOOD PEOPLE OF THIS VICINITY Complimentary Concerts daily in our store You are cordially invited Will you not come and hear the New Improved Victor I Iw B OELZE Cloverport Ky I I I II a I pj 4 500 todSTof LOUIS a1 nVIAL w THE HENDERSON ROUTE Saturday Sept 23 Tickets on sale for train leaving Clover port at 11106 p m of above date only LouisrGood returning on any train up to and in cluding 845 p In train from St Louis Monday September 25 For full information ask Henderson Route Agent Mr and Mrs Jas Harper returned Thursday to their home at Hard ins burg after a visit to Mr and Mrs Henry Harper REPUBLICAN NOMINEE MOllltlSESKRIDGE Candidate for County JudgeI1- KKCKENKIDGE COUNTY Your vote find Influence solicited will bo appreciated andII r E FOR SALEm I Celebrated Spadin Seed Wheat 1 Makes 25 bushels to the ft acre and the Fertilizer m fa that makes it r = fi HERBERT BEARD iA HARDINSBURG KYll Ffp h = r 7ii I WIRE FENCING BUILDING MATERIAL I It tl Just received car load of American Wire Fence which we arc offering at lower prices than any of our competitors Buying in car load lots gives us the advantage of the largest discount to the trade and we propose to share this with our tomers 4 X We have on hand a cusIgood secondhand wagons and buggies which will trade for any kind of live stock X BuildingMaterial i Our Prices Are The Lowest I COWLEY IRVINGTON SIMMONS1 I toQ to1laJ rwI Flour and Produce Barrels I II PointI ihave openela Cooper shop at West Ky and L anvprcpared JI to furnish jbar It ls v vlfii Send me your orders Iquantities f FI HI KAYEWEST POINT I r I A HAPPY HOME it f Is ono where health abounds With impure blood there cannot be good health With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood Tutts Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore its natural action A healthy LIVER means pure bloodPure health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists The Breckenridge News 4WEDNESDAY September 20 1005 Send in your Subscription now Sam Keith went to Indianapolis MondayMrs Fannie Lisbon was at Hard ins burg Friday to Mrs J M Fitoh has been visiting t ta Lodihurg J1 1stoldcorn at 00 cts pr bushelAt Julian Browns feed store Cadicks ship stuff 1 per 100 Ibs at Julian Browns feed store Gns Brown was down trom Hardins burg Monday and Tuesday Fred Fruizo went to Cincinnati Monday on a business trip Water Graham of Owensboro was hero last week visiting relatives- J L Stiff of Cincinnati was here Wednesday on a business trip Mrs Dan Burks of Addison has been quite sick but is now improved Mrs J T Lewis and little son J T were at Glendeaue part of the past v weekMrs H HVan Dyke of Louisville has been visiting the Misses May the past week Miss Adelia Moorman left Friday for a visit to Mrs Willaim Campbell atHopkinsvilleMrs I venr to nuw esvillA Wednesday to visit her brother Clarence Sterett- L L Mitchell Republican cand idate for representative was down from Addison Sunday Pars Vina Robertson returned yester dnyto Union Star after a weeks visit to j Irs Stephen Wilsan r Mrs J H Carson and children ot Owensboro are visiting her sister Mrs William Embrv Mr and Mrs Walker Board of Holt were here Wednesday and Thurs day the guests of friends Miss Cleona Weatherholt has re turned from a visit to her aunt Mrs Marion Ryan in Louisville Miss BrooK McCoy of Union Star was the guest of Mrs Allen Kings bury part of the past week Austin Popham of Louisville has j been hero this eek visiting his parents I Mr and Mrs M F Popham I Mr and Mrs J E Gregory ot Mowenqua III were the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Satur dayMiss Nina Valentine has returned to her home ic Illinois after an ex tended visit at Tobinsport and In this countyMrs Geo Hinton and daughter Miss Detsft have returned home from the Tar Springs after a two weeks stay much improved in health Miss Lela Honly will return to Pewee Valley today atter a visit to I ItDr and Mrs R L Nowsom to reo same her duties as matron at the Con federate Ho- meSOFT I COWI Like the running brook the I red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil 9It For paleschool girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample L SCOTT DOWNS Chemists I40M1S Pearl Street New York 1 1ocand ftoo alt druggbU LOCAL BRIEFS ij TE Sawyer has sold the barge he built with material from a wrecked I coal barge he caught in the ice last winter to the poultry steam r Vin cennes for 250 Monday he began work on another barge using the lumber from the remainder of the wrecked barge which will be sixty five and a half feet long and seventeen feet wide W B Taul tax assessor for the Cloverport magisterial district is in the city this week performing tho duties of his office It A A LoHeist has returned from Louisville where he roofed a 114000 residence in Crescent Hill with the Murray Roofing Tile companys roofing tile He will probably roof buildings for the company in other cities iY Fortytwo double desks recently replaced by new single desks in the public school building were installed in the two rooms of the colored public school building last Saturday The News office is indebted to Mrs Sarah Frank of Mattingly for u large pea of a tine vaety 4 Rev Mr Eldrea pastor of the Christian church at Fulton Ky began a series of meetings at tile Pres byterian cnurch Monday evening in interest ot the local members of his denomination of whom there are said to be about thirty by one of their number If sufficent interest is aroused by the meeting they will probably attempt organization and have u1 min ister of their denomination to hold regular services as they did several years ago RichardPerkins R B Pierce was hereXthe first of tin weeK from the Henderson Route extension between West Point and Louisville where lie nave a position as timekeeper He says that all the rails on the extension have been laid but there is considerable work yet to do on the road bed The bridge over Salt river he says will probably be completed within two months Rev P L King preached his last sermon as pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church South Sunday morning In the evening a union ser vice was held with the members ot the Presbyterian church many Baptists also being present Rev T L Ken of Hodgenville pastor ot the Presby terlan church filled the pulpit at the request of Rev King The sermon preached by Rev King at the morn ing service and the one preacned by Rev Kerr at the evening service were well received each containing wholesome advice spoken in a plain unassuming manner Tho congrega tion at each service was large Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure is guaranteed to cure rheumatism only Try a nine days treatment If out nine days treatment does not cure a second nine days treatment will For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky You need not suffer longer with rheumatic pains Call on A R Fish er druggist for a mno days treat ment of Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure Manufactured and guaranteed by tho Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure Co in corporated at Adairville Ky Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure is rec ommended for the cure of rheumatism only Call on your druggist for n nine days treatment which is guaranteed- to cure Price 100 Mr and lrsNorris Beard Mr and Mrs Chas Heston and Miss Clara Ilestou of Hardinsburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs H A Oelze Sunday Miss Bessie Simpson left Friday for Nicbolasville after a visit of several weeks to Miss Ruth Haynep who ac companied her home for a visit R T POK returned Friday from a weeks trip to New York city whore he attended a convention of the Equitable insurance companys agents Miss Mary Padgett of B ethany Ill has been visiting Miss Bessie Lamb Subscribe for the NEWS BlanfordDavisB- ewleyvil le KySept JISpecil1 Fletcher Blanford and Miss Ida Davis were married at the home of the bride in Hunnewell Mo last Thurs day morning They came to Irvington Jii the eastbound train Friday evening mid then to Fair Lawn where an elegant supper and several friends awaited them They are a handsome couple and have many friends Meeting at New Bethel Rev E B English began a series of leetingoat New Bethel Baptist church Monday night He is being assisted by Itev D F Shacklette of Ekron Subscribe for the News sDR R P KEENE m ml Representing I TAYLOR KEENE 4 m I DENTISTSOF m I fJJWill I bo In Dr Lightfoots otflce one if week out ot each month prepared to 1 vult all wishing Iligll Class Don 1W tlstryn I MI Date Will be Announced Lat- erHARDINSBURG 24 == The Rev G L King filled his reg ular appointment at the ME church South Sunday Tessa R Eskridge of Owensbnro IS here tin guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eakridgo William Gardiner of Grand Tower Ill is tiers visiting his grandmother Mrs B E Gardiner Ho ia on his way to Philadelphia where be will enter u medical collegA Jns H Gardiner is in Louisville this week buying a winter stock of goodsMr and Mr Chins Scott are visiting relatives at Big Spring Gen D R Murray wont to Louis vine on legal business Monday Taylor Board attended the celt show at Bowleyville Saturday Dr Ed nay visited his parents at Falls of Rough Sunday Edward Edmunds of St Joseph Lti is visiting his sister Mrs Mary U Ford Mrs Win G Haswell is visitingi relatives ut Stephoneport Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile spent last week at Mook the guests of Mr and Mrs Christopher Pile T J Moore went to Louisville Monday I E T Guthno is in Louisville this week Dr W A WalKer returned home Thursday from a professional visit to Vine Grove Hugh Eskridge of Douglass Ari zona arrived last week on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Roscoe Eskridge He has been away six years and is prospering in his business as a contractorMrs is visiting relatives at EkronLen Rhodes of McDaniele was in town Monday J W Guthrie is having his store front repainted McHenry Dowell of Rockvale was in town Monday Leo Bishop was in Louisville sever al days of lust weeK Mr und Mrs Fred Ferry of Clov erport were the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard the first of the week CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought S Boars mh- oSignaturo of GARFIELD- Miss Blanche Whitworth is visiting relatives at Lebanon Mr null Mrs Robert Weather ford and little Bessie B visited Mrs F M Board Sunday Mr and Mrs Hiram Carleton attended church hero Sunday and were guests of Mr and Mrs Davis Johnson Mrs Lon Cashman of Raymond visited relatives and friends here last week Mr and Mrs Joel Pile dined with Mrs EG Harncd Saturday en route home from Bewleyville- Mr and Mrs Taylor Compton visited at Raymond last week and while there purchased the Irvin Squires farm Mary Leigh Gregory is home from Spring Lick where she has been visiting her cousins Shellie and Mercer Gregory Protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church the third Sunday in October Paul Compton wife and baby Pauline visited their relatives here Sunday tBruce Moorman had a fine young horse stolen while attend ing church at Ephesus last week Mrs Belle Board after a brief visit to her sister Mrs Amanda Scott has returned to her homo at OwensboroMr W N Pate visit ed their daughter Mrs Peyton Scott Sunday 0 I1 + t IMmWantSI rl Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per weok Volt SAL- EFOnSALEhalt Interest In the firm of L confectioneryApplyI FOIl SALE FOIL SALEMy farm containing 100 nercs mills south of Irvlngton on tho L II St L It U 400 acres In high state of cultl vation 300 acres well Umbered nearly ill of whIch Is hue land and tlhible ono large stock burn one almost new frame tobacco barn 40x00 best watered placo In Kentucky all necessary out buildings will sell part or all G K Drury llewleyvlllo Ky FOR SALE ONE pair of good work horses 10 years old and harness all In good shape Also ono pulr of heavy mules 0 years old HI Lauds high wagon and harness Will give purchaser a Job of hiiulluK 1mm blocky for twelve months Teams can bo seen ut Concordhi Ky For father Information address Thomas Smith Stephunsport Ky iron SALESOHOIILM 1 MILL FOR SALE Ono nearly new sorghum mill CBlackran SALEFAUM FOR SALE Purm Apply to Gardner Cloverx rt Ky FOIL SALE pKINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines OasollnoEuglnesLouisville Ky FOU SALKTtITIOX CEUTIFICATE con SA LETultlon Certificate In IlryanUt aStlIt1ons Huslnoss college Ioulsvllle For price and piirtlculars write The Hrerk onrldge News Cloverport Ky Foil SALESWINE Fort SA LESvlar II IL C pigs bred from tied him registered by L H Silver A Co registersI In Ainorlciin Stock ASMXIII Brllhmll1I11rJlInsC C Shoemaker Freeport III Will wIIusfollows 300 for rooster or hen J500 for pair or 700 for trio Also one champion wheat hinderl that only cut fiftyseven anrvsef grain drilhaillittle AIolkI I u FOU SALEIILAUKSMITH SIIOl SALEA good blacksmith shot and1 wood shop with nil necessary tools food location old ago reiiMin for selling For lIewltyIIu 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 homeseekers1 rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 IgOS Ky State Fair Lexington Ky Sept 1823 For this occasion rate of 485 for round trip will be made on Sept 1723 inclusive Cloverport to Lexington and return good to return Sept 24 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 501 AM stops ut West Polit only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mull and Kxpress leaves Clo verportflK A M stops atltll way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall loaves Clo vtrport 4 4H p m stops at all way stutons east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p in Cloverportaccommodatlon WEST HOUND No 47 Dally Coverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 000 u m arrives Evans villa 900uin expressleulsHiiwesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley hpottsvlile Henderson and Evansville arrive St LouIs7VOpI m Train No 43 Mull and Express dully ar rives CloverKrt 730 3p in Evansville 1030 p in Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves die ver ort 1100 PM arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawcsvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair curs on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 41 between Louisville antI St Louis Fords ville Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves ordsvIllo 430 u m arrives IrvliiKton R 4- 0lam Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo320p arrives Irvlngton 50- p m Train No 6 Sunday only Fords ville 030 a m Irvington 003 u m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday loaves Irvington 050 a in urivts Fordsvllle 245 p in Train No 5 Drolly leaves Irvlngton 050 p m arrives FordsvlUe U25o m- BEWLEYV1LLE Miss Alberta Drury is at home again Miss Rohorta Willett is the guest of Miss Alberta Drury The postoflice inspector was over the route from Irvington to Rosetta Tues dayMr and Mrs C H Uruiy leave Tuesday for Lioxiugton Frankfort and CarrolltonMr Mrs W A Stith were quests of tho homo folks Sunday T J Moore and Mijsi Nell Moor man were gu eats of Mr and Mrs Zack Sti th Sunday Overtou Blanford was in Irvington SundayMiss Blanche Jolly entertained Mr and Mrs Fletcher Blanford to dinner SundayThe Daniel Missionary Society I MEET ME AT NOLTES FROM ONE EXTREME TO ANOTHER LAST WEEK IT WAS SHOES NOW WELL TALK Hats and Cps We are receiving the now head gear right along The styles are pleasing this season Uont delay in making your selection About time to lay nside that straw COME NOW TODAY J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky oyyY 1un IND 5 4 = = 3 =Tinsmiths Etc I j horseshoeing We are sil = = uersmiths but guess we can do your least t IS AS REASONABLE FOR fi 2 SILVERSMITH TO SHOE YOUR HORSE AS FOR A 3 BLACKSMITH TO FIX YOUR E 3 WATCH E YES BRING US YOUR = = MACHINES = 3 E TIC LEWIS SON t t YYYYYVYYYY was postponed until Saturday after noon and will meet with the ado society Friends invited to attend The crowd at tne colt show was tb largest there has ever been The can dilates were in gracious attitude ml fine humor prevailed Everett Foote left Sunday morning has gone to Bowling Green for n business course David Fountain has recovered from an attucK of typhoid fever Miss Minnie Stith writes that she- is succeeding nicely with her work in the Childrnns Hospital at Washingtou and enjoys it Golden Rod C E Lightfoot spent Saturday am1 Sunday at Sorgho tho guest of his fatherinlaw E Hambleton Miss Lmme DHuy returned last week to her nome at Evanston Ill after a visit to Miss Judith Miller Mr and Mrs Baum and B F Boultinghonse have arrived frou Pueblo COl for a visit to relatives Mrs ChaR AleAdams and tnre children of Hnwesville were till guest of Mrs Alonzo Fullon Friday To Eatthat poor bread Indeed therei- N no need to have poor bread in the first place But it isnt so much ill the kneading ai it is in the lour Poor flour wont mnke good bread good flour will if it has half a chance Thats why so ninny people prefer II CADICKS They know that the Hour is good be anseitUlakes good read Its always reliable 1Iavc ott tried it CadickGRANDVIEW T Milling Co 1 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWatch Blacksmiths Wagonmakers Carpenters youriblacksmithingat tIT f 2A i ELERSjYYYYYYVYYYYYYYY I TexasGuy I j i i GOLD DUST FLOUR 1 E E If tyVI I ty1 = customers More I 4 over we frequently do it un W known to them as oppor mtunities often come to us in J confidentiall ways I iiiiiiLET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS i hm t toaW careful attention Highest rate of interest paid on time 1lI ffi depositsis JXHUml AnA I N 9I 1OHS BY KIHKI AND t mmHUHCIIAUY CONSBK e1AIIVE BOA Ill 0ihi itDilmErrolts HFFI- CIKNT i OFFICKUS 1- E Bank of Cloverport v t Ky lloverpor to l 4 otr ItNewPhotograph Gallery C G BRABANT PHOTOGRAPHER From Owensboro has opened up a nice gallery opposit the post office in Clovorport All kinds of photographic work done in artistic style PRICES MODERATE Mrs 1 M Gallon and little daughttr Sarah McAdams Fallen wore here Friday the guests of Miss 011 via Falloa wnilo en route to Irv inglon where Mr Fallon has a past thou aa operator for tho Henderson Route and where they will go to housekeeping Mrs C A Ashcraft of Hunter Okla has been visiting Mr and Mrs J A Barry while en route home from a visit of several months to hers parents Mr snd Mrs 1 P Benhain nt Big Bend Ky n un t To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures Crip In Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets f on every Seven Million boxes sold In st12 months This Signature lam bcx25ca J s rY 1 1wn p TM jiiiiii = I The jDreckenridge News WEDNESDAY September20 1005 FARMERS IN GOOD SHAPE Over State So Far As Abundant Harvest Is Concerned The State agricultural commission ers last monthly crop report is 1 in part as follows The corn crop isa good one The only complaints are that on low wetlands l it suffered for want of cultivation and some of it drowningt out But taking the State over the crop is a full average The yield of wheat per acre is aI little below the average for the State Oats and rye are above the average The tobacco crop is also a good one and an unusual amount has been housed for the time of year There was some damage done by worms and in some localities it suffered for cultivation There is also some complaint of house burn of the early cutting There seems to bo quite a good deal of the 1104 crop still in bands of the farmers Fourteen per cent of tho burley and J5 per cent of dark remains unsold September 1 Prices of tobacco of the 1004 crop compared with prices of the previous crop were for burley 14 per rent less while that of dark was 11 per cont more The hay crop is a full average iinI quantity but a largo per cent of it is moro or less damaged by excessive moisture at the time of harvesting Live stock of all Kinds are reported in good condition No disease of any kind is reported from any county iin the State About the usual number of young colts and mules are reported Breeding cattle and sheep are about an average while breeding sows ar a little below On the whole the farmers seem to bo in good shape so far as an aouudant harvest is concern ed Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley n Co Chicago origmat Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity of Faleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuineAek for Foloys Honey ana Tar and refuse any substitut- offered as no other prepaiaticn wl give the sane satisfaction It is mildlyI laxative It contains no opiates and ts safest for children and delicate pe sons Sold by A IL Fisher Street Cleaning in West End The work of removing grass weeds and rubbish from the Ustrets which was so thoroughly done in the liast End iis now being done in the West End by a Voice of men More street cleaning has never been dine here perhaps in any previous year and tho city authorities aro being commended for the into test taken in the health and appearance of the city Deaths at Iludsonville Miss A Addle Adams of non r Hardin Springs one of the beat known and most popular teachers 1 in the connyt has been sorely afflicted this summer Her mother Mrs W H Adams has been quite sick for tho past seven weeks with flux and during that time two ot her sisters children Ruby Comer aged 2 years and Wesley Comer aged 3 years have died ot the same disease at their home near HndI eonville Ureckenridge county Eliza bethtown Mirro- rBENEFIT TO MANKIND One of the Greatest Discoveries of the Nineteenth Century There is nothing in the way of discovery in the nineteenth century that has proved of greater benefit t tmankind than that of two eminen French chemists Morgues and Gnu tier bv unni who discovered a wa to separate the medicinal cu rstive elements of which tnere aro abo rfifty different kinds in tho cods live from the oil and givei to modern me dicine all the tonic bodybuilding and cnrative properties of that grand old remedy cod liver oil unencumbered by toe oily greasy part which science hall proved ot no value whatever either as a food or medicine Thu they produced Vinol Vinol is guaranteed to contain ff- a in highly concentrated form all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers and wherever old fashioned cod liver oil or emulsions will do good Vinol will do far more goodfor being with out oil it 5fa delicious to the taste pslly assimilated and wont upset the weakest stomach Vinol tones up the digestive organs creates a hearty appetite makes rich red blood and creates etrongth for old people weak women puny children find after sickness and for all pulmon try troubles it has no equal fan strongis our faith In Vinol that ye freely offer to return money 1in uery case where it fcilft to give satin faction Short Haynoa Drogglatuv r tl f MV v A Y 17 9u 1 t4H2 BETTER PRICES REALIZED For Tobacco After Growers Meeting Preparing Fo r Second Arran ements are being rapidly com pleted for the meeting of thb National Tobacco Growers association which will be held In Owensboro October 18 19 and 20 The business men of that city and the farmers of Uavieis county have united in raising funds to make the entertainment of the delegates what it should be Through the freight bureau of the Business Mens associa riron reduced rates have betn made from nearly all tobaccogrowing states Among the speakers will be J A Everitt of Indianapolis John W Gaines congressman from Tennessee Col Dobn S Cunningham of North Carolina S C Adams of Virginia president of the Interstate Tobacco Growers association Bon Charles Fort president of the Dark Tobacco Protective association of Tennessee The Tobacco Growers association is a branch of the American Society of Equity and the meeting will be under the auspices of that organization It will be the second annual meeting of tho association Tne first meeting was held in Lynch burg Va November 11 and2 1004 and recommended that no 1004 tobacco should be sold for less than an average of 8 and U cents These prices have since been realized in many instances and the general average for tobacco during the past year has been much higher than in 100304 The coming convention intends to declare the mini mum prices at which each class and grade of the 1005 crop should be sold This convention will be composed of the leading tobacco growers of Kentucky Virginia North Carolina Tenn esseo and Wisconsin and in view of the victories already gained by thee organized growers this meeting will be largely attended and the results will be watched with intense interest by hothgrowers and dealers Like Finding Money moneyilso think are 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 caused by smoke and coal findingIIno relief in was cur ed by Dr Kings New Discovery tor Consumption Coughs and Colds lungrmedicine in the world At Short Haynes drug store j 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free CHAS CASIIMAN WEDS TODAY Former Principal Public School Here Wins Bride in Colorado Mr Charles Franklin Cashman a former principal of the Cloverport public school will be married to Miss Elizabeth Susan Doveton at Trinity church Trinidad Colat 7 oclock this evening Miss Doveton is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Dazett Dove ton of Trinidad They will be at home after October Jo at the corner of Chest nut and Seventh streets Trinidad Mr Cashman has many friends and relatives in this county He is a son of the Rev Wm F Cashman and one of the best tad most promising young men that Breckenridge county has pro faced Mr Casbinnn and his sister Mrs Adolph Selig of Denver Col have been in the West for several years A Peaceful Kentuckian From the Carlisle Mercury Tho editor of the Democrat cans the editor of the Mercury a coward He intimates that he would take pleasure in lighting in fact he would 1like to mako a Breath I tt county out of asta fight We are too old to begin taking our fellow man s blood bnt as we pass ythe door of the editor of the Democrat withinris at liberty to shed our blood if it suits him Wo had rather he should kill us than that his wits and children should be made a widow and orphans at our hand If he thinks he can show his bravery by violating the law he has been chosen to enforce he is wel scows to proceed We are not afraid to face a Christian people even bearing all the charges he in his anger makes but never cites a word or line to prove To Open For Business Next Month The new bank recently organized at Ekron and known as the First State Bank of Kkrou is expected to be ready for business by October 15 The bank will occupy the store room ollIrs S J Brown until a handsome brick building can be erected Two Million at Western Fair About 2000000 admissions have been recorded at the Lewis and Clark Exposi tiers at Portland Oregon which has a few weeHFq yet to run This is consider ed an e celjenjt att ndane r y Kl n l ij u7epi t Why Send Your Money Awa FOR I Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town Direct From the Maker At as Low Prices and on Better Terms By this sign you will know and can find HANDSOME NEW PARLOR CARS On Henderson RouteBombardment of Train Railroad Notes Handsome new vestibuled parlor cars were placed on Henderson Route trains 41415 43 and 44 last week The new cars replace the old chair cars which will be reconstructed at the nompanys shops here It is un derstood that they will be lengthened to the standard size and vestibuled and one of them be converted into a pay oar The new ears are sixty feet long and have sixwheel trucks There reno drawing rooms but a main par lor and smoRing compartment Riding in them is more comfortable than in thA old cats The additional charge for riding in the parlo r carsI is titty cents from Louisville to Evans ville and thirtyfive cents to all way pointsThe rear coach of the Cloverptrt Accommodation west bound was bombarded with ears of corn last Wed nesday morning by unknown parties somewhere between this city and Hawesville The ears of corn were thrown through the windows and were found in the coach No one wa in the coach and it is not known where they were thrown at the train This is the fourth recent attempt to damage coaches on tbe HendersonI Route On Saturday September 2 train No 44 was stoned at Stephensport and train No 43 at Mystic and the Sunday following a pistol was tiredI through a window on train No 42 Five extra car knOCKers and two extra machinists have been given em ployment at the Henderson Route shops because of a man of work Geo Wendelken has resigned his position as machinist at the shops and gone to Louisville to taKe a similar position with the Louisville and Nash ville railroad II A cold or cough nearly always pro duces constipation the water allrun to the eyes nose and throat instea of passing out ot the system thiongb the liver and kidneys For the wan of moisture tho bowels become dry and hard Kenneays Laxative Honey and Tar is the original Laxative Cough Syrup It meets and corrects the above conditions by acting a a pleasant catbatric on the bowels ex pels all colds from the system and cures ill coughs croup whooping cough LaGrippe bronchitis etc Soul by All Druggists A Divorce Congress Proposed Washington Sept 1800wPenny packer ot Pennsylvania is leading a movement looking to the assemblin of a national congress for the purpose of preparing a uniform law on the subject of divorcn to bo enacted by the legislatures of tho various States His ilea is that there shall be three dole gates tor each State to be appointed by the Governor He has been in oor respondence with the Governors of the States and has received the follow ing among other replies Gov BeckhamI shall be glad to aid you in the event such a conference is called and will appoint commissioners from this State Gov HanlyIn behalf of the State of Indiana I have the honor to accep said invitation and In the near fu tare will appoint delegates to said proposed congress and advise you of their names and places of residence A Remedy Without a Peer I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial than any other remedy I ever used for stomach trouble says J P Kioto of Edina Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation these Tablets are without a peer Nor sale by Short Haynes Sueaxik foi4 the 8I x i at- Main Street- Cloverport Kentucky WILL MANUFACTURE STOVES Business of Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co Branching Out The Cloverport Foundry R Machine company are making preparations fo manufacture stoves at their plant near the Henderson Route shops An addi tion is being built to the plant and new machinery will be installed as soon as it is completed The business of the company is branching out and the er largement of the plant arid the increase in the manufacturing facilities have be come necessary The company will manufacture two kinds of stoves the glover Mogul for heating offices and shops and the Ideal for treating residences A small num her of stoves of the mogul pattern were made last year for local parties but the output will now be largely increased and both makes will be kept in stock and the general trade solicited The addition being erected is thirty feet square The plant is now ninety feet long and thirty feet wide with an ell thirty feet square When first built the plant was GOxjO feet A table saw a power bolt machiue nmla dynamo swill be installed in the addition The dynamo will be used for lighting the plant The plant has been doing an excep tiaunllygrodbutinesslinbcthlhefoundryand large amount of pattern and repair work has been turned out for the Henderson Route and for firms and individuals in this city and at maiy points in both states On a number ot occasions it has been necessary to run day and night for weeks to handle the rush of work The members of the company are well pleased with the success of the plant Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Chamuerlalns Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take willdexpectoration opera the secretions and tota healthy condition Thousands have testified to its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents bysShort Haynes Garrett Quits Henderson Route populartravelingisville Henderson and St Louis Rail way Company has resigned effective October 1 Mr Garrett has accepted a position with the Bell Coggeshall Company Louisville He has been connected with the Henaerson Route knowngREAD TillS Hopkinsville Kv June 7th 1U01 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder troubles and at times was unable to work I was advised to try your Texas Wonder and after nslnc onefourth of one bot tle I passed alarge gravel and I have never snflered since passing the same three years ago I have recom mended it to many others who reported themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseasesSam Dean WONDERtOne small bottleof the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures nil kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cores diabetes seminal emissions weaK and lame backs rheu matism and tAll Irregularities of the icidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of flOne small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall gale manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St teetltuonlalaSold x- l1 h tr 49J tj Good For Breckenrldge Growers J W Dunn president of the Dav boas county union of the American Mooiety of Equity has addressed a letter to tne farmers ot that county He advises them to hold their new tobacoo crop and says that the members of tbe Society have no right to make contracts nntil after the nation al meeting His advice lis good for BrecKenrldge tobacco growers also The letter is in part as follows Let me give you a few words ot advice with regard to the crop You must kepe it off the market until we sell the old crop 1 dont think we will have to wait long There is no tight between oi and the trust They would buy from as is willingly as anybody All tne tulk is done by tho little onehorse men They fear they will lose a good job and dont care about UP tWe have no right to wake any contract for tim crop nntil after the meeting of the National Tobacco Growers association in Owensboro October 18 10 and 20 The price will bo set there and if yon will wait a little while I think you will be well pleasedThere is not hall a crop this year If we can hold what we have we can win Hardin Springs Shiner Caught Owenxboro Ky Sept 15 Deputy Marshal C T Nichols returned toI the city this morning with Jim Miller an alleged moonshiner from Hardin Springs Kr Nichols spent two weeks endeavoring to capture Miller He finally found him anti on the com mand to surrender he ran Nichol- ordered him to stop and when he di not do to the officer fired wounding Miller seriously in the arm and snoul der Subscribe for the News OWESR 10lOCO M GLASSb TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar man tier so as to give a much larger clearer field of vision than any other glasses and a cease of freedom and comfort fo the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be appreciated only by those who have trIed They arewlthout question the 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rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 15 176uSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150158 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 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 oneiourth cash down forty years time on balance 3 per cent interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15 Sept 5 and 10 Oct 3 and 17 W LaBEAUME G P and T A IE Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh 0the stomach are all due to Indigestion K M cures Indigestion This new discovery reirs tents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined wUM the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dow alonly cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but dill famous remedy cures all stomach trauhlea by cleansing purifying aweeteniag aa4 strengthening the mucous membranes llalafl the stomach Mr S S Bill f RiTcniwwi Hf VI stysi HI was troubled with sour ttomMk for twwty yeet Model cured mc u4 we see sew adze M to aill for baby Kola IMiMta What Ya Lat fcttl sonly S 100 SIo boldlef aM ttauI1MilslM wkkh Milt for 10 sate rr can1 by t 0sWITT A De SHiAt S Sold by aIUnDrultltlsts Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to 1 California and ColoradoJand to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates Very Cheap One Way Rates to Call fornia and the North westSept 15 to October 31 Homeseekors round trip and one way colonist on the first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis Illinois Central Weekly Excursion to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los AnRoes and EveryTuesdl1YOmaha and the scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all ot the above can be bad ot Home Agents or by a F TO RABCCTW 0 P A Louisville I I q THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS8 H- Tf ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT i MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY I SEPTEMBER 20 1905 PART 2 H MODERN CLIFF DWELLERS ITIIRSKYSCR111LRSOFIJIG CITIES TAKIXG PLACE OF HOMES Not Only Used for Office Buildings But Occupied by Thousands o Ir Families When the United States Consul fIn countrymanCome ti and have a cup of tea with us the listener makes a careful memorandum i of the address and towards live oclock unlitetentlousdwclllng i a consul might warrant What he finds at the address given him is a big square building into which he is ad mitted by an unseen porter and the innumerable stairs of which he climbs ne r everyrapartment of his host Mr W J Bryan on Isis recent trip In abroad finding one of our Ambassa ugeidors similarly lodged the only differ inhip by can lie wanted to know why a nice American home wasnt provided such a house as would give the unlucky foreigner some Idea of how we live In thei76176 ideal American house Is rapidly dis I5 appearing and that long before our metropolis is onetenth the age of the Ick1mopelll1 capitals increase of popula tion and greater need for economy will have rendered unattainable the mod est individual home and will have driven city dwellers together under one roof in apartment houses whose size is limited only by the confines of the block and the building laws regulating = height 8PrIvate Homes Disappearing UTwentyfive years ago the New Yorker who possessed an nnnual In houseIIIand kept a carriage The New Yorker ofof today with only 10000 n year the hunts an apartment for the mere rent Jreof which he expects to pay not less than 1800 and he cannot afford a mecllrlfage The trouble Is that on the island of Manhattan there is not room Jut for Its millions to live In the oldfash 15ioned way and the cost of living Itas Increased enormously They must suspend their dwellings 1 high above the ground every foot of which is worth a kings ransom There Is no room for the stately homes 1 V of revolutionary daysthey are swept away for the warehouses of great mercantile companies There Is no room for the smaller brick houses of the past generation their fronts are pulled orts and replaced with the Immense plate glass windows of the exclusive import = ers There Is no room for churches ty they are torn down to make space for 4annexes to the mammoth apartment 1Ia housesNew York which offers the best ex n t ample of the metamorphosis is of I course the most unAmerican of Amer I Islean cities The Italian walking up ietfrom the Battery finds himself at WIhOllle here are the high tenements of I Naples Genoa Venice The Austrian m4and the Hungarian laud among far HISTORIC OF TILDEN LOW SHOWN SOON ADDITIONAL 9111111ar surroundings here arc the squarebuilt palaces of Vienna and Budapest The Russian suffers no homesickness here are the narrow streets of St Petersburg and Moscow Only the native American with his mindtfilled with the picture of sunny cottage lined village streets stifles in time dust noxious gases gapes wonder struck at the skyscrapers- Fit Only for Paupers and Millionaires It Is these new comers too who do their share toward changing the ap pearance of the citY Wherever they and the impulse seems to carrry them no further than the foreign sections of the cities In which they lund they make life Intol erable for the Americanborn thus drive out the prosperous from the less localities until it is only the paupers and the millionaires who can afford to live In New YorkSeven thousand dollars year for an apartment In New Is not by any menus the highest price There are buildings on Fifth Park and Madison avenues between COth and 110th streets In which some of the apartments rent 1 for 15000 a year the ex ception of Fifth which runs along the east side of Central Park these avenues are not particularly beau tiful Time electric cars run on Mad son avenue and It is a long block from the park nut it is on the east side and fashionable The third street be yond it is roaring day und night with the flight of the elevated trains and beyond that lies one of the poorest sec tions of New York where the children swarm like nuts West of Central Park the buildings are still bigger not so exclu she and time prices ore lower On above Columbus Circle Flft ninth street where the Park be gins n fairly comfortable In one of the smaller bullIiings without elevators may be ha 1 for 100 a month and upward In tin bigger twelve and fifteen story struc tunes where the apartments rung from eight to twelve rooms rents ru I from year up to 4000 0 TRINITY ST PAUL AND OTHER NEW YORK CHURCHES ONCE SURROUNDED BY BEAUTIFUL HOMES ARE NOW OVERSHADOWED BY SKY SCRAPERS i 000 at least In the best known of these creamy white lifteen story building adorned with Innumerable grilled iron balconies painted one may secure a bachelor suite con of parlor bedroom mid bath unfurnished for the mere pittance of 3000 n year Tiny Hives for Homes On Riverside Drive rates are lower lime Drive is the most beautiful rest dence street in the city but it is fur from Fifth avenue und the wind blow lug in over five mills of bay and river isI distressingly harsh during the winter Here for one ratty find an apart meat comprising a parlor a library by courtesy so called three bedrooms bath dining room pantry servants GRAMERCY PARK NEW YORK CITY RESIDENCES II SAMUEL J JOHN BIOE AND OTHER FAMOUS AMERICANS ON THE RIGHT TO GIVE WAY TO TOWERING SKY SCRAPERS y and congregate migratory and moderately expensive a York Yet with avenue City apartment Broadway apartment 12500 a a green 1800 room and kitchen All light rooms th advertisement says The dlnlngrooi Is very pretty Timer is n big square alcove window bu coming up in front of It to darken th meal hours is another big steel an stone structure The bedrooms Tool out over the city but already the coil tractors are tearing down the neigh boring houses and the blank white wa of still another giant hive will soo shut the air und light from tho sleet lug rooms Washington Is a city of such ma nificcut distances that people wh could otherwise afford to build in th suburbs are obliged to move into apartments In order to be near enough t their otllces to insure punctuality i business hours In addition for som unaccountable reason property even o the outskirts of the capital is by n means cheap Chicago has a passion for fiat Hi and skyscrapers Even San FranclsC the city of shingles is turning he streets Into canyons of brick and mo tarThe American traveler who ask why of the monotonous streets c Berlin Paris Vienna Madrid tin stretch between endless walls broke only by window or fantastic Imlcon may find the answer In the changln character of his own cities saving c space money time tin t tiv N OPEN DOOR IN CHINA POLICY IS ASSURED AS RESULT OF 1WSSIAXJAPAXESE WAR Statistics of the Year Indicate the Enormous Market Opened for American Goods In Manchuria RussoJapaimeseowar the open door In Manchuria was toldntheIitheeevent of her victory the United States need newer fear trade discrimination trndlIthetpolicies of the nation do not Inspire confidence that there will be no dls crimination against our goody under any circumstances But with the victories of war de dared in favor of Japan and with the present status of Manchuria fixed for all time In favor of Chinese sovereignty the world is assured that there will lie an open door there for the trade of all nations To the United States and especially for the states of the South there should he a feeling of congratulation over this aspect of the situation and the fruition of Secretary Hays most cherished hopes Great Increase In Trade The trade of the United States with China has been going forward with hounding strides in recent years The larger part of that trade is with Man churia which constitutes about one tenth of Chinese territory and Is locat ed along her northern boundary line About half of that trade is In cotton and the consumption of coarse cotton goods manufactured chiefly lu the South Is constantly Increasing The boycott of Chinese merchants is the only occurrence that has tended to hamper that trade and it Is expected that American tact will In the near future succeed in lifting the han that has been placed on these goods which the Chinese want and which can be se cured by them from this country cheaper than from anywhere else During July the United States sold to China goods worth about four millions of dollars During that saute month of the previous year the smiles imounted to less than half of that value During the seven months ending last July we sold to China over thirty seven millions worth of goods which was about four times the amount of our exports there during the same period of tie previous year Those fig ures Indicate the rapidity of the trade advances that have teen made by American manufacturers in China Manchurians Like American Goods The people of Manchuria living in a cool climate prefer the coarse anil strong cotton weave that Is turned out by the mills of the Southern states while the inhabitants of the southern provinces buy the finer fabrics sent there from England The American trade advantages that have been gained in China have done much to Ire the imagination of the nmnufac hirers of this country who have long been told of the wonderful market that awaits American products of all kinds In China but who have only recently had n demonstration of the nature of that market Not only Is there established an open door in Manchuria hut the trade of nil Chinn Is open to the na tions of the world Time duty on goods entering China does not exceed five per cent ad valorum except on opium which trade the Empire desires to discourage On many articles the duty Is less than the per cent It Is levied wholly for the purpose of raising revenue The Chinese Boycott But at the moment when the open door has been established officially I in Manchuria the merchants them selves have determined to boycott American goods In retaliation for the exclusive policy toward the Chinese that has been adopted by the United States and for so long has been en forced When the managers of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Invited China to send exhibits to the worlds fair they did not dream that that net would result in trade disadvantages for America The Chinese responded to the Invitation liberally Among those who came to attend the fair were many wealthy Chinese merchants and men of high standing at their homes They may have heard of our laws from others but when they came in contact with Uncle Sams immigration agents they were humiliated by being treated in a manner they saw was not used to ward men of any other race They finally went home thoroughly mad i They were Influential members of the great commercial guilds of China and they stirred up such a feeling of dis l like for the United States that It was not difficult for them to conduct a boy cott against American goods and to ex tend it to all parts of the Empire I l DiscriminationlIt is confidently believed in official circles that the diplomacy of the Fresh dqnt will be adequate to the in this case as it has been in others Moreover so long as superior Ameri can goods can be furnished at low I prices it is at the most a question of I time when they will triumph The hov cott is not a mutter that the Chinese 1 Government can absolutely control but 3it is believed the Government will do much to overcome its effects and that in the near future the trade of the United States with the Chinese will continue to grow at the same won derful rate that has characterized In the past- ee Japanese Reason for Success It Baron Komura ascribes the success m which Japan has had to a just cause absolute honesty lu the administra tion of her affairs and extreme sum f plicity of life among the masses of her people STORY OF AX OLD LOVE SweetheartsDiscoveredbe Separated The echo of an old Virginia romance LelaMoirprostratsweetheaJtseen for half a century but to whom I I hllddlewastoarrival1iefore thehelleNoftimetwo had boon sweethearts from their childhood and were engaged to be mar vied But a lovers quarrel occurred and young Clay went West and never wrote hope hethusbUllI1 fotthehisdeadHusband Was a Mason But her husband had been a Mason and last February the Lynchburg Mar sonic lodge was asked by the Elmo lodge of Washington State to furnish information concerning Miss Lela Saunders Shortly after Mrs Molr received a letter from the friend of her childhood Charlie Clay He told of his wanderings through the West and his final settlement in the State of Washington whore fortune had favored hips with great financial success lie had married raised a family and had finally lost his wlflIBut he had kept the 1IIl1II0I Virginia eethemnthis first love and he had carried her photograph during vMRS PAYNE LATE HAY The country approves of John Hays selection of his literary executor Tim- ework of the former states mans papers for publication was bequeathed him to his Mrs Payne who was Miss Helen Hay She has munch of the high literary talent of lien father and has been a to the leading periodicals of both prose and verse It will be her duty to prepare for publication the many un printed manuscripts from Mr Hays facile pen Mrs Whitneys first volume of her own was a of poems which In 18118 Quito lately and principally through the In fluence of her children she has collected a series of stories for little folks Many of these have at tracted critical through their easily recognized smack of hours As a explanation of how she was able to portray things so from the childish standpoint she lias said that she hits harkyback to the scenes of her child hood and to assist her and imagination she has thrown herself on the floor with pencil and tablet getting as near actually as to the youngsters point of view At the National Capital Miss Hays true worth her a great favorite and both there and in London her wide reading and ready sym ofegreat to him In his work Her husband Mr Payne was a of her brother the Adelbert Hay in Door Knobs A dirty says the Lancet Is an obvious offense against Constant contact with the hand means contamination sooner or later It Is conceivable that a dirty the fifty years of his absence He asked her to write Mrs Molr did write at once She too had kept the photograph of young Clay which he hull given to her when a boy 1 Further let tens followed She had no children while all of Mr Clays children had homes of their own Forgot That They Grew Old Throughout the correspondence the two old people each other as they were In their young days unit IlllhncllI I the sweethearts of their youth And then it was that they shouldI be married Mrs pile sixtythree years old started West to tweet her tune husband Omaha she received two telegrams owe that he II1CI1lItIlIg came saying that he was dead The old lady was stricken with grief and taken III As soon as she is able to travel she will visit the grave hitslovedlien hither nnil Xer From the nufTnlo Express It would have done lien Butler good if he could have lived to see time day when New Orleans would welcome Federal control of a yellow fever with such enthusiasm that the citizens would rake by subscription the money to pay fur It as was recently done General Butler Federal control 0f- Newas of everything else In Orleans hiring the war He was roundly abused for It hut he proved stllct111I1alIltln y WHITNEY DAUGHTER OF SEC 11ETAUY HAY LITERARY WORKS OF JOHN TO UK PUBLISHED BY IllS DAUGHTER preparing by daughter Whitney Inherited frequent contributor pleasant published collection appeared charming attention childhoods possible genuinely endeavored own recollection possible mode learning assistance Whitney classmate late Danger doorknob sanitary principles remembered arranged fur Reaching seriously Orleans epidemic themselves popular established sanitation loorlmndle would convey disease mud there Is thus ample reason why leer handles should bo kept as clean as possible Illustrated byErnest The THE PARCELS POT MOVEMEXT TO SEClltE EXACT MEXT Of SlCII A LA H- It 1 1 Would Drive to the Wall all Local Stores A Mooted Question Whether Mall Order Houses Are Real BenefitsThe Paul Trade sharply dish with Elhert Hubbard his I iItIIulburdIwrites convincingly In the Philistine that the parcels post would be a splen did thing for the country at largo but the St Paul Trade atlirms that such a system would result In an enormous buslIIIIHS not only the small merchantt but even the department stores The Trade says The great mall order houses of the country selling direct to the customer are behind a manufacturing organiza tion which lots started at work an endless chain scheme to secure the united support of the manufacturers and wholesalers of time entire country for an amendment to the postal laws providing for two classes of mall mat- ter1 one time first class to consist of letter postage at one cent amid the see ond class to consist of nil other classes of mallalile mutter at a rate just sutll clent to pity expenses Country Merchants Forced Our This menus continues time Trade brought down to bore facts a parcels post It means that the lug mall order houses will bo enabled to send their goods to farmers through the mIInt a Nt so ill tle tint it will be absolutely Impossible for the coun try merchant to compote The result will be one or more big departmentt stores according to the size of the place In each town In coun try districts amid these will have n hard tlime tto compete with the miiM order houses even tthough theyivlli he able to got tjioir goods in large quantities at first hand It Is therefore at once apparent that It is as ninth to the Interest of the manufacturer nail wholesaler to light the unreels post scheme as It IIs for the sump merchant Are the Catalogue Houses Advantageous While the mill order houses cnn do- a large business In every section where they can get In touch with the customers It Is however a much dis cussed question whether they are a nl benefit to the country They emus I I dl cheaper than loeal merchants mind if orders are combined end wisely placed they usually do enough so tto more than pay the cost to tthe purchaser of ttie express or freight But on time other hand Itilings must ho ordered from cata logues there IIs always more or loss disappointment upon their arrival since there Is no opportunity for a entire and it seems practically Impos sible for the average family to look over one of those Illustrated catalogues ami send In an order without buying n number of articles pot In the least needed slinky because they seven to be bargains e Heading Oil Lotteries Information has boon received at the Post Ollloe Department alleging that lottery ticket selling Is again nourishing In the United States which has led to an Investigation and recommendation of a fraud order against g Bogelsans of Hamburg iermany who Is suited to be conduct lug In the United Slates the Hamburg State Lottery the Brunswick State Lottery and the Hessian State Lottery Circulars Intercepted it t the New York Post Otileo apparently mailed at Hamburg solicit remittances for ticket drawings III the above lotteries mid direct that remittances be mule to Iogelsang at Hamburg S Corks Made From 011 From till Wnslilnttton Post The Mellniis Plttshurs hankers started an opposition to1 time Standard Oil Trust and were promptly plugged I Every reader of this paper should have this book Cut off the coupon and mail to us with 150 Haskell ByEugene P Lyle Jr Published August 1st 13THTHOUSAND ALREADY All BookstoresII 1 MissourianThe romantic adventures of John Dinwiddio Driscoll nicknamed The Storm Centr e U tin Court of Maximilian in Mexico where his secret mission comes into conflict with tint of the beautiful Jacqueline Tho bust romantic American novel of recent o years4tiHatKhat to few of its class lionets tile clement of reality wrought by nfnltepntns of detail verMmllitu tuaaetilon SV St LoulH Republic Ztpv0 xt- A remarkable Jlrst book of epic breadth carried through tin4oty t clfQ5 teervinoly A brilliant storyN Y Ttinon Sat lima Reviewby c 5iSstorylis ty ttudyy Y Glo- beDOUBLEDAY X 9vVS 0 y PAGE CO ssv 133137 East i6th St New York JcycyV l1 c 7 t c 1CIIOTIIE WORLD TRAVELS FOR PLEASURE Great Improvement in Construction Since Early Days of the Velocipede and Bicycle Million Of Dollars Expended Annually Upon Various Kinds of Pleasu i Machines Their Use Leads up to Useful Forms Alan by nature one of the slowest f the animals has an inclination for srlftuwc Evsry tecoud which he can lint down lu the time of traveling from ene point to another is Jailed with exultutloa thrllllu hU very soul but luetllllDif In hIs a eslre for evan greater ioe d Of course the ancients had their chariots drawn by splendidl horses I I CC = 4unr L 1ALATIAL STKAM VVCMT 141TIJH pictured by many 14t iMlmr drlvoi upeedily along tin nil ilia 1 rouls crushing houfatli them tin forms or the common ami lowly subject of tilt Umpire It remained for till rich or the modern world however to develop great upced and still grontei speed from some Ifpropolled vehicle Wblle to dome pour Inventor might IK ascribed the origin ofour pwtltoy still the world owes to the rich every advance mini through their financiall encouragement I The Enrlletu Bicycle At about the time when the Thirteen Original olonl14 were rlnctliig with shouts of freedom n French balloonist unwed lilunchard Invented what wus Known as It straddlewheel for his own amusement This was notbhtg more than two wheels connected by a vlntple framework with no pedals The rider straddled tilt machine and pushed It along with his feet or coasted down ride The dandles of andAhard work and the speed WitS not great cnonvh hollowing this In about 1S2S CUR not a Frenchman mid Trevlthlck an- Lngllshmuan aid Oliver Eva 11a an American experimented with a sort of earrlajro propcllffii by sienm Noth ing so fast had over been seen nod the carriage benune quilt tilt Cushion with gontleniPii who hnd money to spend and whose aim In life wnc enjoyment But these mrrlageH a ere noisy clumsy and very dirty affairs and wore dis cardedThe Wheel of the Inst Century The bicycle with the hlirlt wheel In front and littlet wheel behind trout next and being fit lily comfortable speedy clean and creating no noise quickly sprang lion fashion but there was always an element of danger to the speed eetkers through concealed stones In the path which meant a header so that Hoinctliing even more ppcdy and safe WHS called for The safety bicycle wan an evolution coming some twenty years later whoso hlh Iprice at llrxt placed It as a luxury much In Ilie desired Plcycles were for n long time placed In the same category an pianos and carriages though they were of little use other than for pleasure The safety WI- ns Its name implied salt swift and noiseless lly iftOii tilt bicycle boom rose iHyond any proportions amumod by the previously demanded hood toys In the United States four hun dred factories representing a capllttl of something like jiflflfIflflO turned out nonrly n million machines a year Nail a Mile n Minute too Slow The fad lasted live years when a demand arose for something even taster than the ftfteed of a mile III two rnhiutoi or no attained by Ithe bicy cle and a moro comfortable sent than that afforded 011 the bicycle frame Inventors were already at work and r- f while It may not lie true that out of t sf the bicycle developed the automobile yet the twowheeled conveyance with Its pneumatic tires created the demand for something better Men like YV K Vunderbilt Jr John Jacob Astor laid Albert rostwick worn among the pioneers In America to bring over from Klirope the speed toys of the rich and their machines were till targets for thou sands of pairs of eyes In the streets f New York A Mlle In Thirty Seconds When one of these men made n record of u wile In HornetUIn like 53 p r I seconds It was considered relnarkabl- but lust winter II L liowden ahi f down the course on a Florida speedf course nt a rate equal to one hundred and twenty mile l hour Mr S A Mlle the general man Sif of the National Association Automobile Manufacturers statoj Ila MUnsoys Magazine that 00 machines were produced last year I I I I 1 1 BOAT AND RACINU AlTOMOBILE the United SUtet vnluwl nt l2a00rt IW giving employment to over tfllixxi- UllU I I With the antomohlle Ixtnts the fast racing yachts and the luxnrtntta private yachts dereloplujt speed huh raising even to timtemplato who cnn shy that after 14 our rich men have not done sometMmr of use to the world oren when they are not ImndlliiK the ticker tale or dabbling In stocks and bonds or contemplating the nota tion of new enterprises Mankind j must play and speed toys seem to he I richI useful If 1lens extravagant forms of I locomotion and carriage I Courtesy MUIIHOVH Mn azlnu Was It in Kunsas or Missouri i 1 II The farsighted engineer In rounding 1 i the curve found that his truth was lipIj proachlng what was apparently a huge I I boulder lIt reversedl Ills engine null fortunately stoped the train several yards shunt of the obstruction It proved to be UII ear of corn of the new i crop o John Farson the Chicago banker will Dnlld next his Chlfauo rosidcnco a garden which will contain a haiiKliif garden a sniiKon garden a Itninaii out door bulk 11111 a rivulet that will wlud among the shrubbery and statues President Loubet of France his wife and daughter are taking the barefoot cure Gulag barefoot Is rceouiuoudoQ 1 us u rouiodyl for uorvousnoss 1 THE WORLDS ANARCHISTS SXCLAXD A DUMPING GROUND FOR THE ADVOCATES OF ASSASSIVATIOX English Expert Believes the Ques retlon Is One for International Ac tlonCould be Stamped Out By John Sweeney eiLnte DetoctlveInspector Yarn Scotland ar Sweeney intimates that rreulntlouli against anarchists are much more effective in the 0UuIted States than In England luIt Is the opinion of American olliclals however that such is not the case to any extent It Iis true that Congress passed a law shortly following the assas sination of President M+ Kinley empowering the Immigration Bureau to refuse admission to anarchists but In only n single Instance that of John Turner who was arrested In October 1118 and after lighting tilt case hill appealing It to the United States Supreme Court was forced to leave the country has admission been refused to for- tlglI anarchists although It Is an unquestionable filet that many have entered our ports Although the moralI effect of thatIto be such can be deported at any time within three year + Utter their arrival Is imdnub fly good till law needs strengthen I ing since If till hnml1lmtJ chooses to deny that he Is an anarchist and believes In assas sination or the overthrow of government the authorities are pmvtrlisH to reject him As a mutter of fart it Iis believed lby tilt government olliclals that in the wetter of free anarchist h speech and the printing mill die semination of llanilng literature the United States harbors COII ditions which are not materiallyt different from those described in England by DetectiveInspector Sweeney t o England Is the home and asylum o t 1II0stIparts let our purely Kngllsh anarchists IIhIranks in tills lOlllh would be hi11ILWltlIntlux of penniless foreigners I only menus of living IIs the receipt o fgWealthy anti often Ithlown snppwt deiKnds entirely on tilt for Constant wjiortH they revolve of nunsoithistle work accomplished here It Is above nil amongst the young at their ninSt Impressionable period tint these foreign anarchists are most inilucntlnll for InIImWhen Voltalrlne de Cleyre till Amerlvan female aimrohlnt was InI London In 198 she Influenced a mUll the her of young Inds and young girls hot forrnmtlon of Incendiary opinions In every speech she advocated force am violence SlitI would have been denied ndmtftxlon to any other country than Kiiglaixl as an undesirable alien Another woman anar i 1 Ntt Kunna but SoMnvni WII I to my eau+ h directly re sponslble for inspiring the anarchist or 1 THE OLD VELOCI 1 MOTOR BICYCLE AND I was liund CzolgoKz who killed President McKInluy tad yet that woman was purmfttcd to woke England her home at a time when she would hue been lynched ILl America knManyI can recall numeroua Instances of Hon armchair anarchist comfortably and rosily ensconced In the study or speak that bIg from a soft platform inspiring Nit more 1 Ignorant and less cowardly tools to commit deeds of violence These eel men should I think receive exemplary my punishment lint this only touches on the fringe of the question The treat ment of anarchists requires Interna tional agreement anarchism should be 1 rooted out by striking It whenever it shows its hideous head son It Is only fair to Englishmen to bear to in mind that speaking from a close of study of anarchism in this country I t H r I I r can unhesitatingly vouch for tbo fact that anarchists ore 09 per cont aliens And in nearly every case these alien anarchists aro criminals freiu foreign prisons Influencing the Young Amongst the younger rind more Inn pressionable listeners the foreign aunt huts visiting England produce some powerful although seldom lasting effects In the years 1S90 to ISJS tiler might have been seen at auarchis- meetings In London and Manchester not u few attractive and thoughtful1 young lads and girls ready to throw bombs or die for their newly learnt gospelI of anarchism It would be a IN Tt JiNhH WIlt FOt WIT THE rHlIUcruel to give the names of those young people today I know the history of each of them and in nut a single case rim you Unit those youthful enthusi asts in the anarchist groups of today Some of the girls are married to re prunrlShagncr The alien anarchists In England today cur more numerous thou ever be fore Their newspapers In erman French Italian hall Russian are cir culated In all the large cities of the kingdom Their growth hero is the advtrllset ground of undesirables and a refuge for niiiirchlst outcasts XI I have had many opportuni of Investigating anarchist litera ford I have traced very great of it to Its sources In 1SSM found tons of anarchist literature be printed in England some of It In some prepared solely for use France to stir up la guerre sochile the commission of fetes de justice l de vengeance + Responsible for Many Outrages yearlThe same year saw the aunt chist outrage at the Cafe Terminus when two men were killed Besides booth throwing nt tin Restaurant Very nod other French anarchist out rages the same year saw also assassi nations and bomb outrages In Italy Austria and Spain Thirty alien anar chists arrived hire in one Latch that year dud I was kept busy not only Vviitchlng these people as anarchists also because they wereI Invariably ivady to turn their hands to burglary any other lawlessness EDETHE mon BICYCLETUB THE OLD STEAM CAHU1AUE In 18D8 an International congress of anarchists was held in London There no other country In the world where such n congress could have heel held I t was nttendud by representa lives of almost every civilized country Whenever an anarchist gets Tutu dllli cultles at home he freely enters Lore Needs International Action I speak from Intimate and extensive owledge when I say that the anar asylum phase of the alien ques is a vital one I am inclined to believe although it Is not quite clear it will be possible under the Aliens mIl to refuse asylum anarchists who have commuted politi crimes in other countries But inl opinion it Is necessary to go much further than tills In most countries Including England practically all aunt chists ore perfectly well known to till police rime mere possession of anar chist opinions should be suillcicnt ten for refusing to permit such aliens land In England To meet the case alien anarchists already In tilei country I would add further penalties ro M4s a NATIVES OF SAMOA AMERICAS CLOTBESCAUSB cox SUMPTIQX AXDOTHER DISEASES Imagine Sickness Caused by Int nal Devils Heroic Methods of Treatment The natives of Samoa says Sorg reptlt1d clothes much to the detriment of their health Tile climate Is essentially a wet one In former timed a native would rub a little cocoanut oil ou ills skirt go out into the ruin and when he reached shelter there was nothing dry but his lavalava or breechdo- The same native now goes out lii the rain his modern clothes soon beco wet and before he realizes it he soon chilled through for the rain in Samon Is nhvayn froth 0 degrees to lu degrees colder thou tilt atmosphere Pulmonary niTcctlons such ns pneu monia bronchitis and tuberculosis naturally follow lie Rnmoans lire very I ll11agldevilsIlC old Woman old man hills u sure cc for driving out these devils This accomplished by lonjl loml and exter mil application of various decorations wade from leaves If a euro resul the devils have been driven out if the other Lund death follows t devils are victorious The trains sell the natives a patent pain killer which Cull be used Internally as medicine and externally us n lltil meht Tills medicine is vets highly thought of mid the natives will tell you they have great coiilldonce In it sometimes they minio their children nftrr it A skit Bmiioitu thinks that Iha must ltvalk when slcU Ills theory be ing that hi must mute about to regain Ktreligth If ho cannot walk he will bury himself mulct till clothes mid it IIs wonderful Komptlnics Low they ob tint nil enough to breathe The usual treatment instituted in- case of pneuino ta liy Ulo natives aIs about us followB The nmi sits Up al most continually lie Is Bluffed with nil kinds of food and decorations to drive out the devils tlie number of devils being estimated by the amount of path If much pleurisy exists there are at least eight tlnvllH in tilt chest clad it requires eneigetlo treatment to drive them out ThoI mint lets til walks about 11 long ns he earl and when Ihe cart no longer walk he lies dowli ailtl Ills iuvid IIs covered Up fareftilUi so as to exclude nil fresh air If the man Hut elves till urdeal Ills attendants con slier tiiemwIVrH experts lit trend IgIj that particular disease PEAT Jls LWbUMWti FWl Successful Tests of It in New Enl land lireat Stores of it In Maine IVat IIs abundantly stored in ti Maine hogs Audroscoggln county claimed to have peat to supply II Maine with fuel for a dozen genera lions A number of experiments h1 ICof recently been made by the Uoston all ll Maine railroad In tide use of pent fuel Tile company land Its attention cnllellI to the value of pent as a steaming agency some weeks ago and upon rep resentation that if properlyI prepared 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the Confederacy Proofs of I Ills guilt appeared quite conclusive within the ene I He had been captured mys lines opposite BatOil Rouge and t I Upon his person was found a paper Containing a very complete list of art l tcles Including revolvers ammunition tlilllllne etc He had agreed to deliver theSe the following evening to the Confederate captain with whom he nIl learlul to be arguing when our boys tin lit lIll1 the squad I have forgotten tilt Milted compensation but It was Very large the amount to be paid for tich Article being listed at llgures far beyond even War priers rugitch lblouel In a Western volunteer rcglI t t tfuent bull wins permitted by courtesy to set lit the prisoners behalf antago nized from the llrst Colonel Ituchau hh the president of the commission atTime latter was a Regular Army olllcer l df the old school a martinet retl tape- R II West Pointer who still maintained that McClellan was the best of all our Generals and that Grant Sherman fund Sheridan were Generals simply by i 111 good luck and without especial mill tart acqiilr ruts The Articles of War and military rules and regula J tlons were to him as sacred as Holy 1 1 yTc7 Tim WILL 1IANO lot XllA 1AM pi piWrlt nUll lilac a Roman Senator lie I would have stoically passed sentence upon his own son hind he been fount guilty of breaking the least of them Treason lu Its mildest form was most odious to him and thirst any otllcer should stoop to enrich himself a peu nys worth by trade In Government property was cause for the severest punishment and everlasting disgrace The exColonel of Volunteers with his breezy Western style and his disregard of red tape and formality Injured his clients cause from the first and several times Colonel Duchanan threat f cued to forbid his presence before the Commission The testimony at first was very strong against the prisoner The captain commanding the Union squad swore clearly and without chal lenge to all the details Word had been brought to him by an unknown boy that a lot of Repels hind been seen several times near the Ferry opposite Haton Rouge aunt would be there again particularly the evening In question Obtaining permission from the General commanding the Captain took part of his company crossed Over concealed himself and men near the Ferry and witnessed the Interview between the Confederate Captain and this Jew lie was not close enough to hear the conversation but ho observed the Jew was not surprised to meet the Rebels nnd shortly after they tact he saw him hand the Captain a paper Meanwhile his men hind cautiously closed In on the enemy and after a slight veslstalico captured the entire party It was true the Cantaln added that he knocked the Rebel Captains revolver from his hand Just as ho was about to shoot the Jew but neither Of them would state whether there was any quarrel or If so the cause The Jew seemed surprised to be treated as n prisoner and when the paper was found upon him nnd Some of the boys to lung him without trial ho looked bewildered nnd dazed tie at tempted two or three titans to make some sort of explanation but seemed BO free and unconcerned shout tho whole matter atoll tried to be so eon fidential that the Captain too at last got amrrv and told him that If he didnt hold his tongue no great effort would be nape to restrain the bovs from carrying out their threat The Sergeant nnd two of the mon testified In much the same way The Sergeant ndded that when he said to the Jew J sinnerdoonntshrugged his shoulders and said something to the Rebel Captain who had taunted Illui about his Yankee friends to the effect that hanging VMS petter tan helping Repels The President appeared to consider all this side testimony us wholly lr rutolailt and Useless apparently his unit mind was fully made up as to tile prisoners guilt although there ap peared to me room for very grave doubt The placid and almost coll tented look of the old Hebrew and his unconcern when captured with such a damning paper In his possession corn pencil hi me a belief that he was not entirely guilty or at least that the whole truth had not yet betu and that there must be Some extenu ating circumstances III my position as Judge Advocate I endeavored to bring out these tirtlhts and worded mv questions accordingly But lUichandii was supreme over any court where IIP presided ami no question was ever permitted to be asked that he did not stilt y sanction anti often change to his owil views He tried to be Just yet he wil s extremely arbitrary iltnl opinionated and I feared ho had already prejudged the case After a consultation with his client the lawyer sold he would like to have the Rebel Captain who commanded the captured suitad summoned What do you propose to prove by him 1 thundered the Colonel lie 1 a Is Rebel taken In mans against till tovcriiment I doubt If I ought to per omit his testimony to have any weight before this Commission The lawyer however Insisted that he was a very important witness w thought refusing to reveal his line of defense demanded that he be pro duced and thriatened If ills request was refused to lay the whole matter j I I 0j IAITK IMOllUt is t t I f wanted known Colonel t befom General Ranks commanding thi Department The Colonel llaretl up In an instant I want you to understand sir he said that not even the President of the United States can compel hie to summon a witness If I think it un necessary I have sworn as have the other members of this Commission to ilo my whole duty without fear or favorI After a few moments of painful silence possibly seeing front our ills gusted looks that wo wore becoming Impatient with his arbitrary manner he said lint I do not want to be un fair In this matter I ventured to say Mr President might It hot bo Advisable to summon this witness and If It Is shown that he has no material knowledge to then refuse to hear hub further Utterly Ignoring me he asked the lawyer how soon he could produce the witnessA hour after you Issue the summons was thp reply The court stands adjourned till the usual hour tomorrow Captain to me prepare the necessary summons Sir to the lawyer If your wit ness Is not hero promptly when the court meets I shall not welt a moment Too much time has been wasted al readyAs the lawyer passed me when leav lag the room he gave me a sly dig and with a solemn wink whispered My Innings tomorrow Promptly when called the following morning the Rebel Captain appeared Ho was a laughing brlghlt eyed young fellow of about 23 using crutches as a rosult of the loss of his right lot Colonel Buchanan was Impressively polite and told him not to attempt to tnnd while thin oath Wits administered Tt vita evident from the first that our Rebel had no fear of Yankee Colonels r r Ynnkec courts TIe called out ITowdy to the different members nnd told onr dltrnlfled President that he was Jolly glad to see him hut would prefer to change places with him and ndded What In tho world are uns trying to do with old Uncle Isaacs t The Colonel rapped severely for or prtlImlnorIPRtherecoil Ized the prisonerRecognize that old Jew Yankee You let I do If vouns hadnt teen QuIt HO confounded smart weurts would have made n right penrt haul sttyitsJew I dont believe hed over got a cent of pay from us Jc r I Wlthltheyou and In which you are described Us belduuMUg to till Rebel arluy 1 slioUlU ruikuu I dill Didnt I write It null put It In every blessed ar title I thought we Ilebs sis you callus could get and make use of V I looked at Colonel Uuclmuuu and saw a pallor slowly ereeiilug over his faceDo you moan to say sIr lie asked that this prisoner did not volimtarll meet you people atut Ot Ilia Owll tree will ttttwo to sell and deliver thnrU ellS mentioned In that paper The witness throw his head back anti Inllirluid boisterously The old Colonels face dumped from white to nn apoplectic red and he again rapped for order and said sarcastically Please restrain your merriment end answer my question rehloiuber this Is a court room and not a theatre I Reg pardon Colonel but If youll soon how the old slnnr tretili1 when T shoved my sixshooter under his nosy and told hint Id blow out his h111 his If he didnt slirn It youd tt nut to laugh tort The slyshooter hadn nary a charge but he didnt know that You see the way we tint hold of him was this Some of our hOYA live III Raton Houge anti they lunar thl old fellow bus nlways teen considered 11 bigger Yankee tent old fJreeloy hull self When we snit him Inside out lines near time Ferry where wr I earned he had been to visit some slilc relative we made up our mlitls tied got a pretty good thing Wo know hi was a rich old coik snit that his stnre carried oho of the biggest stocks ol goods outstrip of Orleans I decider that I could scare him Into slgnlni 1most anything but It was tough work I thought at one time Id really Imvt to load up and give him a lleah nand to make him ante up Turn Just as he humid signed the paper you Yank swooped down upon us Do you mean to say on your oath on your oath sir said the Colone Imperiously that the prisoner did not send word to you that he would tuee you at that Ferry and furnish voi certain Information stud oontrabam articles for certain sums of money The young Confederate jumped up and balancing himself on his foot cried out with the most Intense scorn And you call this a Yankee court of justice Couldnt any of you mice trouble enough to find out what kind of a man von wn try limit Why any child In Baton Rouge could have told you who old Tear Isaacs was and twice hes had a rune round his nod mid been nearly choked Into Klnadoir Conic by our boys bemuse he wouldnt toll where Jounns were cunwd 1111 till the old fellow would say was rang avay Couldnt you find out through some of your sma t witnesses that my own capture was due to the plucky old devil who was brave enough and loynl pnomrh to you Yankv to send word to your Captain by his lit tie son when and where he had agreed to meet us In suite of my oath to him that I would shoot him down like a dog If he breathed a word to any one And the Indignant Southerner sank down In his chair wiping the persplra tlin from his face That the dramatic part of this start ling denouement was partly arranged by the lawyer has always been my conviction lie knew from the tlrst hindIbeen greatly nettled by the sharp words and rulings of President Huchan an At any rate the effect was nil tit he could loot wished Never before In his long military carper hind the old Colonels pride received such a blow Ills boast had been tlnt he had presided over more than fifty court martials and hind seldom had Ills Mail Ins disapproved as he claimed to know all there was to know about military lawI Tho room was cleared and the Colo nel titter a feat words of explanation added Of course the case will be Ills missed at once and the prisoner released I desire to confess to you gen tlemen that for my part I fear I have allowed my prejudices to Influence my judgment and that I have been nearer lifeiI error We are none us learn After adjourning the court the nor ble old man went Into the adjoining toots shook lands most heartily and I courteously with the lawyer the Con federate Captain and the old Tow and said that none of them could be snore pleased than he that any suspicions he may have had were found to be fnhMe As I was arranging my papers some one touched me on louldcr a1ll1 l looking around I encountered Isaacs swarthy countenance He said In his broken English I see you are a Mason Answering In the atllrmatlve and learning that he was one I asked why he hall not made himself known whl1llIvery glad to know you as one I want I you to bring s of your army I I friends and dine with mo next Run tiny handing me hits rnl T inconiod his Invitation and lad an experience for the first time of dining In the fll m ily of a wealthy Jew r Tie had Invited a number of bis friends and the hoard was presided f ver by hits only daughter the mst t lovely Jewess I land ever seen She was tall and graceful ns a swan witht a clear olive complexion through which turned the glow of perfect health and she looked at me with eyes which oven out of the dim Imo i of years I cart see distinctly to ilnyu- deep wells of molting brown modestly shaded by long silky lashes hrnllformlrnRlnItsrmv hands In her own two little soft onl TCntrllshCaptainfor vour great kindness to mv dar old father Indeed I shall always wish you jov and hannlness I disclaimed having done Anything at nil to warrant her warm thanks pleasanttogave me well nick sot mv vountr brain on fIrn T was seated at her right hand nnd found her conversation cultured iinrt herself truly bewitching Time dinner Itself was snlendtd and elaborate consisting of Innumerable ourses nnd of unknown dishes Some rare wines were brought from their clKarsOver formed W4I but be desired to repay uir In come Way for What lici clalniod to bd lily gtoat d rvlc to lilt during hts trial 1 tusurid him trait 1 had done nothing for hilu thut the cube did trout Iujly warrant but he Insisted thut but for several of my protests he might hint been cohdeuinid without It hwir hilt i explained to unit that tiutt was simply the duty of nay Judge Advu iiitiM hut he stud that lows weto never ungriitohil aud tnmlo hie a point blank offer that It 1 would toslgtt lily coin mission and BtitH a stole In Mobile Which hail theft Just come Ihlo the tins session of the tnlon forces he would stock It with ten or even twenty thousand iollars worth of goods give me tht entire ohargo and make mo an iHllirti tmHUOr1 As I tmtsid over the old Maderla visions1 arose before me of a prosper ous business and also frequent culls to Union Rouge to consult with Mr Isaacs when I doubled not I would be a Welcome visitorI at his and his daugh ters home 1mu1I all but accepted till otter Rut ere the evening was spent the spirit of WIll drove sentiment from my thoughts An orderly brought the HOVs of another tierce guerrilla raid up from the Itayou late and malting a hasly adieu thanking the old gentle mail for his generous offer and bend over his lovely daughters hand I 11111 111H1 lack to my command and wan noon again In the saddle on a four days ride d DIFFKUKXCE IX Tim SEXESI I Sentiment Not Highly Developed In MenProsaic nnd UnmmnntlcI Women never eau get used to the lark of niinniiltc seWimeiit displayed b Milt average sins It taken II woman to hoard up everyI scrap of the writing of a beloved hand mid lock 11 shay In a flesh with him1 ribbon around it The most emvury note lie has sirib bled in pencil Is safely treasured up nut because it breathed unusual at fervid sentiments but because audited in that hand Twentylive years after slit eon still regard with tender interest tthe llowei I be gave her on nuch and such a duly which slit wore In her bosom until 1It died andI then tucked religiously Ink a haute A bit of guava slit wore when she tlrst saw him the book they read together till llrst photo lie gave her all these things have a mighty nail undying Interest for woman who Iis bj nature more sentimental than man The best man In the world often has a singular lark of romance of tIbis suet In his makeup When the past Is over lie forgets It A rose that has sliced Its purpose In his buttonhole warp on whatever momentous occasion Is es teemed by him to be more lit for the waste basket than the bureau drover lie has been known to crumple lice bil let dons before his ladys ryes awl smil ingly toss It to the four winds and lit would be puxzlcd to understand why that lightsome disregard of lib should send a little chill to her heart No men are tint by nature senti mental animals They mat love with out cumbering themselves with endless effects belonging in the object of their affections And fur be It to say that theirs Is nut tilt wiser method of the two It simplifies life and Is least likely to precipitate future embarrass menlB S LUCKY STKEIIAGK MOTHER Child Born Aboard Ship Presented with Wardrobe and Twenty I live Dollars- A few weeks ago the Kuropean steamer iraf Valdersee came limping Into New York Ilarlior after having en countered according to statements of the steamer officials and crew one of the worst storms ever encountered on time Atlantic Rut notwithstanding the rough voyage there was a little hid dent on shipboard which attracted as much attention us the storm On the second tiny out just before the storm broke thcie was horn to one of the steerage passengers a son who was ap propriately named IHerman Waldersee Sillies and the cabin passengers gave him a wardrobe besides raiding S2 for his mother JB p9IIIRPAINTING Notwithstanding the fact that 1032 0 steerage passengers embarked for New York from European ports during the past three years according to figures compiled by the Immigration authorities It Is a remarkable fact that only 110 babies have been horn In tho steerage during that time This num her does not include the recent arrival on time Waldersee precedentfortory the first English child brn In tho limits of New England was Peregrine White who first saw light of day on the Mayflower In Cape Cod Harbor u 4V COFFEE DOES KURT Make the trial yourself leave off Coffee 10I days atul u- sePOSTUMI FOOD COFFEE in its place Thats the only way to find out Postum isi a sure retmilder anti when you cut out tho coffee and use Postum instead you get a taste of health for the aches and ails begin to leave You may THINK you know but you dont until after the trial Remember Theres a Reason Get the little bock TIc Rcai1 to WeMsvlle jn each flee 41 LL THE RACYCLE SPROCKETS Like No2 Grindstone are Hung Between the Bearings AJf fli s Az yfl Which Stone will Turn Easier The Racycle Rides Further with onequarter less work MIAMI CYOLE MFC COMIDDLETOWN OH- IOOLDSMOBILLS THE CAR for 1905THAT GOES I Highest Workmanship Lowest Prices eh Cars for Immediate Delivery Olds Motor WorksDETROIT MICH International Harvester Co GASOLINE ENGINES When equipped with an I II C gasoline engine the farm the dairy the mill tho threshing machine or the husker and shredder can be operated more economically than with any other power Farmers who have water to pump wood to stow Iced to grind or com to shell can do this work at n minimum coct with I II C engines I H C HORIZONTAL ENGINE I II C gasoline engines are made in time following sizes 3 3 and 5 II stationary WTUTE FOR GASOLINE ENGINE BOOKLET International Harvester Co of America Incorporated 7 Monroe Street Chicago IUU SA k f f 1u 1 f MACARONI OR DURUM WHEATS I of the United States Department of Agriculture M IIWork GUY ELLIOTT M1TCIiELLJr IL The efforts of the Department of Ag riculture not only contemplate the in troduction Into the United States of Improved plants told crops from foreign countries to take the place of those which American farmers are already growing and the breeding up and bet tering of those which wo now have hilt also the introduction of plants ontoI B great areas of country now thought to d be unfit for fll1111 z Encroachment IlIgII made upon the land the senti desert and the low- FF places by the Introduction of crop- tvhlch through long years and centu r ries of acclimatization in similar regions of the Old World have become either drouth or water resistant A striking example of this sort of work which has already proven a high success IIs the introduction of the ninrn runt wheat plant or as it is more properly called durum wheat To Establish Macaroni Factories It was Secretary Wilsons Idea at first to introduce the culture of this Durum Wheat lilitrstoni Whint WIUM WHKAT NOT INMUtKI BY 1U sf- HUIXA11Y WIIFAT PIIAITICALLY- I1siBOVEI wheat for supplying inncnronl and the cnaeIri tit establishment of u now American Mahufact tiring Industry This feature hits been a success but initciironl however Is not a staple food amoiif Americans as it is in Italy and no very great things were expected Nevertheless Mr Mark Carleton a cereal expert was sent abroad into linssla and furl stai to get seeds of durum wheats and these he brought barb some yours ago and the Depart ment distributed them for trial in tilt ferent parts of the country They grew well su well In fact and under such dry conditions where other wheat wouldl nut yield profitably that It was considered a shame that this splendid looking largegrained wheat which Is moreover rust proof could not be made Into bread It is an unusually hard and close moated wheat anti it was supposed to be good for only macaroniI anti vermicelli Useless Said the Croakers rut the Department of Agriculture is nothing if not progressiveI and the cereallst experts begin to investigate1 whether it might not possibly be sumac good as a bread mauler Dozens of ex periments were made in bread nilkc lug and baking a line you may say somewhat out of the beaten pathway of an agriculturalI department and dually It was announcedI by Mr Carleton that splendid bread could be linked front this durum wheat Hour light nutritious and sweet as a nut A hun Bred loaves were baked for the Depart anent by a Washington bakery front the durum wheat Hour and a hundred other loaves from regularI Minnesota Hour and then samples were sent out 10 a hundred different judges to deter slue which was the best bread In al most all of the cases the decision war given in favor of the bread made from durum wheat Hour Then begun the planting of this wheat on a great scale by the farmers of the Northwest nil along the western edge of the wheat hell where It yielded twentyfive fifty and even seventylive per cent better than blue stem or the other standard wheats by thclMIIIcrs IOpposed n check It was aim grows llFjJVAKIUIS KINDSI 01 III It I twIIE 1 ITS found arrayed against them the whole combinationI of Northwestern millers who said that the wheat was pour Matte only Inferior Hour and would not nuke edible trend Remit the fanners had the Department of Agri culture back of thorn and Mr Wilson hud his own conviction about durum wheat mud Northwestern millers and iporeover he hind thet courage to batch ttheta up The trouble with Itime millers wells that with tic milling apparatus which they used for grinding ordinary No 1 Hod they could not grind the harder durum and so they forced the price of wheat down In the market and Ithreatened to hive Secretary Wilson removedi unless ho stopped advising farmers to grow durum wheatI The Secretary It seems held ids job and the farmers hind faith in him mid con tinued planting durum wheat to the extent of several million additional I acres each succeeding year Forced the Millers to Terms I am thinking the millers will come around to grinding durum wheat ho 74 ITi said The farmers of the States will grow it because It is a splen did crop for them throughout a wide belt and I guess the millers will j rather have to grind It Moreover I Year before last some six bushels of this durum or macaroni wheat was grown last year the crop had to about eleven million bushels and the crop Is estl mated by Mr at from twenty to twentyfive million bushels But the has but barely started In connection with this I asked Mr Wilson lust spring how much J J h1l the Western desert and seuildesertI Ior was suitable for such dry crops as durum wheat for this wheat will mnke n big crop on only ten Inches of rainfall nud raid as quick as a flash All American Acres Some Use we have no useless American IWllrWe shall make them all produc tire We have agricultural explorers in every far corner of the world und they are finding crops which have be cone so acclimated to dry conditions r similar to our own In the West that j IHlcllHh Oats IMnik Pliinlsk =r II- II Nm NMV OVfs IINTUODfCED BY1 TIm nKPAUTXIKXT- we shall in time have plants upon all of our arid lands And tiIks with the various explorers and travelers of the Department shows that time Secretarys is founded upon concrete facts Already from and littleknown of the globe multi especially from the west dry regions of Central Asia the Cradle of the World where time prac thc of agriculture reaches far back from history Into dim traditionalI past leave been brought forth some of the most remarkableI of desert plants which are found to require but incred ibly small amounts of to produce luxuriant yields Vast New Grain Belt But to return to durum wheat Mark A to whom Secretary Wilson sent for details said this The Durum Wheat Belt extends on mi average the width of the United States It includes a very large frac tion of a million square miles This re markable wheat will grow with ten Inches of rainfall and yield fifteen lushels to the acre where ordinary iNlWi AICK1MAN ItAUIKY IX1 TKXASI MAIM of TO Till AUti AUAIXST WSIUMS 01 IInamlHII IIAKIKY lIANTii ALONGSIDE United very he I libIC1tmillion increased present Carleton Industry subject 1 he of thriving socalled statement distant quarters t moisture Opens Carleton me oP wheat Is an absolute failure Tills is about two bushels more than time aver age wheat yield for the United States There are many other crons with as great possibilities which thrive on but slight moisture Including splendid for 0 age plants I might mention Kafllr corn time sorghums millets and brome grass as well as new kinds of oats and barleys of wonderful drouthresisting t IIHncj Plenty of Food for the World We are constantly finding new grains anti forage plants in the Cau cases in Algeria III Turkestan and other dry countries which will bring under cultivation amazing areas of now waste lands I In the face of this what does the N prediction a few years ago of Sir Wil liam Crooks of England look like to time effect that the agricultural lands of the earth hind practically reached their producing limit in grain production anti who foresaw within a short time I tin Increasing population crying un avalllngly for bread j Fish Cnaaot live in Purc JVlltcrII By use of their gills fishes breathe the air dissolved In water Transferred to water from which tho air has heeuI artificially driven out or in which the air absorbed by them is not replaced they are soon suffocated The require iterated water to maintain life and they take It In constantly through their mouths retaining the air and exiled ing the water through their gills Should the water In a lake he com pletely cut oft from contact with the air long enough for the fish to exhaust the supply of air they would die It would take a severe nail long contin ued freeze to accomplish this but It might happen and doubtless has fre quently happened In a small body of water Unique Fishing Up In Wisconsin there is a disciple of Isaac Walton who has a unique way of propelling his boat and fishing att tilt same time Fitted up at the sternI of the boat there Is a paddle wheelI something on time same style as those used on the Mississippi river steamers From this there Is run gearing and a ohaln to a crank In the center of the boat This the old man turns withII one haul while with time other hand he Is able to attend to his fishing lines a A Toast Heres to you old pal May you live a thousand years Just to keep things lively In this vale of tears And may I live a thousand years Just short one day For I wouldnt like to stay here When you are gone away TRIED PLAYING HOBO i1E EXPERIJWXTERFOUNpTILtTTREAL SOULS OF HUMANITY Connecticut Man Thought It an Ea Matter to Travel Penniless fr New York to Torrlnffton N Realizes His Mistake A prosperous Connecticut man 11118 etude what he believes to he a fair test of the charity of the world and hus found It wanting More he has lost faith In his friends und Is absolute convinced that clothes do make the miami no matter what schools may teach or teachers preach William A Glcason Is his name Ilf was n delegate to the National Temper mice Convention at WllkcsKarre Pa and stopping over In New York on hk way home he decided to play hobo for the remainder of the Journey am started out without money and dresser like a tramp He Had Theories lie argued that the world Is chant able He believed that car conductors would take pity on his plight and Ire him lifts that farmers would allow the homeless one to sleep In their barnsI and that kindhearted itousewiv- would feed the hungry after the uian tier of the Good Samaritan Now bt knows The betterdluck tale to would have thrown him off the car If he hadnt Jumped The first night out he was turned down by half a dozen farmers and slept hungry next to a fence Housewives called to their dogs when he ap proached mad one woman charitablel soulmnde him saw wood for tw hours for one meal Friends as Bad as the Rest Matters got so bad nt last that Gleason went out of his way to visit some of hits friends who had boasted of their clarity lie was sure of a warns welcome even though they wouldnt recognize him He found his friends were no more charitable than the rest of the world and without ex ception lie got from them the col shoulder and not cold pork shoulde- tIlliel A postmistress scowled at him when he wrote three postal cards in the post olllce because be was disreputable lookingEven the Dog Misunderstood Even a dog that he met troubled his soul fluid node him waste half an hour mending his trousers In nil his Jour hey he met hut one person who was kind to him and this was a waitres- ht a cheap Bridgeport restaurant who real him a lecture on the error of his ways Mr Gleason says he Is glad he made the trip but he doesnt watt to try it again The charity of the world he hits found Is not what It Is cracked up to be a IMPORTANT AFFAIRS In at time Finish York Springs Pa Comet We always thought our town wilts finished hut we see that K P Hrenlzer Is pro airing to build a new barn Movement In Cereals Cheyenne Wyo Sun I B Corn Rice has announced his Intentions mowing to Wheatland What Are the Other Things Lebanon Tenn Banner Messrs Toe and Avery Grannls have been run ning a very successful bachelors gal 1 on Spring street They have cotripah- uuost every night and delightfully et tertain them with music cards anther d things Great Minnesota Tournament Mallard Minim Call Bassle Pat EngE ens were out bicycle riding Ollle Chapman was out buggy riding lustIweek A FEW AFTERTHOUGHTS formerly trylutoA writer In the Century MondDe In titVnshingtonIIt theyIUI1It Is said that each army recruit costs TTllllo Saw all tnlil SI fWl MIssourI legislature figure Johnllockcfellcr for D scientific research In mosquito extermina lion and provide all the knrosenb needed for experiments u great deal wilt be for givenLondon Urdisplaycontributed by the makers of these slml that were constructed lu England A working model of the Russian navy might be displayed by Junk dealers When the Mlkndo served up Iced whale at his banquet given to Secretary Taft he undoubtedly had In mind providing something In the Secretarys own class The Chicago man who was robbed by footpads hi Berlin must have felt at home A young hippopotamus Is on sale In New York for 0000 If taken this mouth Immediate advantage should he taken of this 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ttl 5 a iL t3 = A SPECIALTY OF o FLOWERING PLANTS AND SHRUBS Tim U call = Cut Flowers and Floral Designs Also Vegetable Plants d t shipped by express Catalogue and Price List Free Mail orders have prompt attention r Th MISSOULA NURSERY CO MISSOULA MONTANA m7 Jluldw 6 0 4 l W- l The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 20 1903 OMETHING DOING IN THE COUNTRY i Lovely Lovle Leatown correspondent Charlestown W Va Advocate Here is something that makes us feel proud Miss Lovie Bender one of our highly es teemed young ladies brought the red ribbon home from the Inwood fair last Thursday as the premium for being the most stylish young lady on the ground Now boys DO careful and stay away as the old gentleman has his gun well loaded with fish salt Uood for you Miss Louie 1 om Lucks Bnd Luck Hagerstown Mail Mr J C Kreps reports a strange accident to one 0 his friends Thomas LUCK at Atlantic City He went out in A boat at noon and was blown off shore and could not be found and did not show up until ho drifted ashore the next dRY at noon He was nearly dead of exhaustion Weve Heard It Too Ray villo Mo Enterprise Theres something very strange around in the country which has been seen and heard after night From the way it hollers and lOOKS it must be a wolf It most scares the dogs to death and whatever comes in its way Before- I V i d SS any damage the people shou- ldklt it they get A shoots f Big Time Coming Philomath Oreg Review They are expecting a wedding in the Inde pendent neighborhood before long Neighbors for miles around have their pans cow bolls horse fiddles and tog horny ready for a grand charivari when the event tues place We will give the names of the lovers later A Gentlemans Report Drain Oreg Nonpareil Port Ox ford evidently is a very windy place A gentleman just from there reports that last week the wind blew a sheep up aganst a barn about twenty feet from the Aground and held it there four days until it starved to death Mrs Nancys Frenzied Finance Richmond Mo Republican Mrs Nancy tried to get rich by farming bat couldnt she then tried weaving carpets musing maple sugar but didnt succeed and now she is manu facturing medicine and baking powder STOMACHS ON STILTS he man who puts on stilts dons not In no his actual stature He only salt theitolOchfor the time being but ke feels a frreat deal afterIward The need of the man whose stomach is weak Is not stlmu latlbn but strength Dr Plercos Golden MedicalI Discovery perfectly answers thatneed It contains no alcohol or whisky It foulIstomach with Its at smellingtbad taste poor app symptoms hadstnmyli anydx 1 Trent of Oordonrille X Texts I wroto to you Sand you advised me to use Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery so I bought six bottles and Then I commenced us weakiltd Byheottle my stomach and well commenced to strlosthe or bowels u dontIow ghlCtdas lam as smans two fingers ssod and I had a rood deal of misery In my mach and bowels and also lathe rectum socially Icould not eat anythingwithout TIne much distress afterward but by the me 1 had taken eight bottles of the Golden silts Dlscorery I was sound and well id could eat anything I Dleased without ifferinff In the least Could also do as much irk lira day as I erer could I hove not Ifferod from tho troublo since and It was e ur years ago that I was so sick The solo motlvo for substitution Is to frmlt the dealer to make a littlo moro fit Olfalnsyou luau Accept no sub ute for Medical Discovery riparian causes and aggravates iiy serious diseases It Is thoroughly elred by Dr PIerces Pleasant Pellets x rx Frauds Result of Secret Ballot Pryor For The Viva Voce System A Frankfort telegram says Whether the people of Kentacity will oontinne to vote by seoret hallo or will return to the viva voce method is the question to be determined by the voters themselves at the coming November election Just now very little interest is being manifested in the matter and probably not one voter in ten knows that the question will be voted on this fall It is estimated that not over onR half the votes cast for candidates will be cast either way on the propos ed constitutional amendment to cnango the manner of voting but the major I Its of the votes cast on this question will control and not a majority of fall the votes cast on the election In other words there may be 400000 votes cast at the November election yet only 200000 votes may be recorded for or against the proposed change of the voting system If such be the toss then a majority of the 200000 votes will control and not a majority of the 400000 votes IIlhe legislature of 1004 passed an act providing that a vote be taken on the proposition so to amend the constitution that the viva voce sys tem ot voting should take the place of the secret ballot system On the passage or the bill the large majority of the Republican legislators voted against it so it is fair to pre sume that the Republicans will vote against the proposed amendment this fall and a majority of the Democrats for it although neither party has officially declared itself on the ques tion Those who favor the change say the present law regulating elections especially that section requiring bystanders to remain fifty feet from the voting booth will be retained even if the viva voce system is restored After the Trial II After a trial of thirteen years there is much dipsatistaotion in Ken tacky over the practical working of the secret ballot plan Otie of the warmest advocates of returning to the viva voce system is former Chief Jus tice W S Pryor of Henry county He served over twenty years on the appellate bench and says his investiga tion of election rand contests proved conclusively rust more frauds by two to one are committed under the secret ballot plan than under the viva voce plan He says it is possible under tbe seoret ballot for a few men absolutely to control elections bj a few neatly executed frauds and that no way has been found to cir cumvent them whereas under the viva voice system eaoh voter has his Homo recorded and can see that his name is properly entered If a contest and appointing agents and what next I cant tell SemiAnnual WashUp Lexington N 0 Dispatch The semiannual foot washing of tne Hardshell Baptist denomination was held at Jhnrchland this county Hun day there being an unusually large attendanoe at the gathering Sleepy Tom On His Travels Watuga correspondent Aolngdon Virginian Tom Ularir better knowr as Sleepy Tom passed through our town last week in his antediluvian turnout Potato Crop in Bad Shape The Weather Bureau at Washington reports the late potato crop in bad shape on account of blight and decay In nearly every section of the country The apple crop also is a failure State Development Convention Louisville Times Arrangements are almost completed for the State Development Convention to be held at the Gall House October 1011 and Iz Many speakers of note have been invited and are expected to attend Gov Beckham will preside over the convention About 1500 delegates are expected to attend tbe convention They will rep 4 1 f resnltH under the viva voce system the record shows how each man versa thus greatly lessening the opportunity for frauds Three Days Elections Up until 1849 Kentucky hallIItbreo days elections and only one voting pIa ce in each county One rionld vote on any ofthe three days and votes were cast viva voce and recorded in a oook accordingly AveryDody came to the court house to vote And it was a jubileo week Whisky in those days was not taxed and the best sold for about 4 a barrel Frequently a candi date would buy a barrel roll it up in front of the court house stock in the heal1 tie a lot ot tin sups to it mid invite the voters to help themselves New Constitution In 1349 a new constitution was framed And adopted which provided tor dividing the counties into pre cincts for voting but the viva woos method was retained Latex when the population became more dense there was much complaint about crowding the polls on election dnys and it was no uncommon thing espec ially in cities anti towns to see the entrance to tbe voting place crowded twenty deep thus enterring many timid people from voting This crowd ing and pushing naturally led to tignt ing and election rows became to frequent that some change in the law became a necessity When the constitution of 1808 with its provision for secret ballot was adopted the suc castling legislature went a step further and provided tact no one but those actually in the act of voting should remain nearer than fifty feet to the polls This law had a most beneficial effect in reducing election tights and many attributed it to the secret ballot rather than to the fiftytoot law This same constitution provided that all school trustees and school boards should be elected by the viva voce sys tem although voted for at the same election at which other officers are voted for by secret ballot The advo cates of returning to the viva voco method urge tLut fewer frauds have heen committed and fewer contests filed for schools trustees than for any of the other offices that are tilled by the secret ballot method and that fact alone should condemn the secret ballotNeither the Democratic nor Repub loan campaign has opened yet and no literature has been sent out indi sating the lineup on tbe voting system but it id generally understood that the Republicans will mesa an organizeJ fight to retain the secret ballot while the Democrats will not take sided but a majority of them will return to the viva voco method of voting resent every section of the State and the commercial and agricultural organiza tions of the various localities Ample entertainment will be provid ed for the delegates A baud and orchestra will be in attendance during the entire session During the convene tion there will be trolly and automobile rides a smoker and banquet The convention will convene in the afternoon of October 10 at 2 oclock After an informal reception a tempo rary organization will be effected The business session will beg n at the night I session which convenes at 8 oclock when the permanent organization will be made A smoker will be given tIlt same evening Funeral in This County Mrs Thomas Barr aged thirtynine years died at 2 oclock Monday morn ingat her home below the city after an illness of several months Her fu neral was held yesterday afternoon in Breckenridge county The deceased was a well known and highly respected woman Owensboro Messenger Meets at Owensboro The Louisville Presbytery embracing the greater part of Kentucky will meet at Owensboro beginning September 26 and continuing two days Subscribe for the NEWS 4 4 u r Sherman BallI FOR COUNTY CLERK November Election 1905 Will Fight Consumption The final organization of the Ken tucky AntiTuberculosis Association with a membership of 300 was effected at a meeting in Louisville last week Some of the States most prominent men are members of the association- At the conclusion of the meeting George L Sehou secretary of the as sociation said that the members had shown the greatest enthusiasm and that an active campaign against tuber culosis would be taken up at once The various committees are expected to begin work in their departments im mediately Within thirty days the as sociation hopes to have all preparations PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY IGtrmlesItutlonul Homeopathy Medical Electricity Hydroth lherupySUJAmong the Chronic Diseases treated are Nasal Catarrh Ear Mouth Throat llronchlal und Lun diseases Constipation Diarrhoea Indigestion Headache Piles IFistula Ithcu tnutlsm Neuralgia Diseases of the nervous system Asthma Diabetes Neurasthenia Sleeplessness Stammering St Virus Dunce 1arulysls Epilepsy Liver heart kidney und bludderdlseaseaIlropsyLameuossScrotula5equeluo skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases pe culiar to females etc Superfluous haft and facial blemishes re moved by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can salvo your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address mee- tHardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May d Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience m set tling estates All collections reasonable Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Urockenrlugo and adjoining coun ties Special attention gluon to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice States District Office rwotl8unidt of ours rrtir r3r r r r3r IiW A Walkeri jj DENTIST mm1 over Klncheloci Drug StorergOffice KY 1 Redwoodand cedar shingles Redwood beveled siding Skiff silos 20 inches wide and 20 feet long No1 Y P laths Y P flooring and ceiling White pine doors andsash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill 1 q completed for a dispensary where pati ants may be treated The funds for this will be furnished by the fee of 5 which each member of tlit association pays on entrance and by voluntary con tributions The Ways and Means Com mittee will be in charge of raising this moneyThe association hopes ultimately to erect hospitals for the treatment of tu brculosis exclusively Experiments will be conducted as to the best means of fighting the malady in this climate River Surveyors at Brandenburg A party of Government engineers and helpers numbering fifty who are survey ing tbe Ohio River are stationed here They arrived Saturday night from West Point The work so far is progressing satisfactorily and is being pushed as fast as possible and it is thought a good deal of the work will be completed be M fore winter sets in in earnest They will here about weeks Mcade County Messenger First Frost October 8 The katydid has located the first frost October St Francis Valley Lands Southwest Missouri and North east Arkansasriver bottom made soil rich as cream com wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no fall Lands now cheap but advancing investigate this fall Homeseekera1 rates Aug 15 Sept and 19 Oct 2 and 17- Write St Francis Valley booklet K W LaBBAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louts Subscribe ifor 15he NEWSm 0010NNNNON000NOOOON OOONONONONONOOONOON I Bank of Hardinsburg OFFIC1aRStt + 0B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A1M Kincheloe D S Richardson iIt Insured against loss by fire or burglary iiInterest paid on time deposits The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Ca ptul Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 VV H BOWMER 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 carelnl attention Storage place packages in our fireproof vault furnish ed our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid time deposits o NiNiNtl NN First State Bank r IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Preatdent H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits I THE iiFifthj Avenue HOTELit Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ra3r r 3ir rrr3 hr be two for 8 Of for ures 5 for Mo l Z for on N Tbe most centrally located and only flrstclnss hotel In the city making a 1300 rate Only ono block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of tho city- Evorytldng neat andiclean J rr a ah r NNNONOONONNONONN ONONINONOONO DAN BROOKS CO lLIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS t CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY f NOOOOOOOON Sanfords Fine Inks L Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc t o f + r r t The Brcckenridge News r WEDNESDAY September 20 1905 PATESVILLE Littlo Lena Dean is on the sic k I ListThe fall school opened at this place JfonMonday of last wee H M r and Mrs T W Harmon wer at Lyonia Sunday Mr and Mrs G R Lamb were in Cloverport Sunday I Tamos Lynch and W H Carle were in Owonsboroa few days of las week 1Postmntaer A V Day was in Clov Monday of last week ttcrportMi es Auuu and Sallie Baker have besn having chills the last few weeks Millard Compton and Dr Milner wont to Pollville Saturday to witness t he bull game At 2 oolock Sunday afternoon Rev J B Galloway Broached his farewell sermon at the 11 E church South Dr J T Milner returned Monday of last week from Union Star where be has been visiting his mother TW Harmon and Mint Chirk went to Tell City Wednesday of last week On business A V Day and family spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs E F Gabbert who live a few miles in the country Mrs Ohio Lynun and baby und Mr and Mrs E O Gordon spent Friday with Mr and Mm Jamie Lynch llr and Mrs Ohio Lynch aril Imby Ladle left Monday tor Owensboro Where they will reside This correspondent is always glad when Wednesday comes for it brings the Now and yon can read the aws- IIIRVINGTON From another correspondent Allen Stith wife and children were guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Frakes at Fairviow Saturday and Sun day Prof Ermine of London Eng wasI tho guest of his former pupil Dr Lcc B Moron nn Friday Richard Owen candidate for State Senator was in town Friday shakingI hands with his many constituents and maKing friends by tho score c Hon D C Moorman and son of 1 Glendenue passed through town SltIurday on routs for Bewleyvilk to Attend the oolt show H Dall Moorman Democratic can t dldnte for county judge was in townII turiuycc TJ Moore anti Miss Nell Moorman ot Glemloant were guests of Dr and Mrs Paul Dempster 3uldIlYIMiss JSulti Honslpy who has charge or the primary department of the pub lic school went to Ilurdinsburg Friday evening for a wcoicend visit Mr and Mrs Jas Hugh Conloy of Wilmington N C are expected for a fortnights visit to Mrs C S BoardI Mrs A J Williams of Owcnsboro returned Wednesday to Sumuierseat from Versailles where she placed her i daughter Ethel in school- Masters Wathcu Drury and Lewis Herndon entered the private school here Monday All parents who havo their children in charge of so worthy tt teacher as Miss Marshall should count themselves most fortunate Mr and Mrll Jas B Herndon axe xpecteil homo thIs week from NushJJ tulle Peru where they have been J visiting their daughter Mrs Jno BerryThe Afternoon Club hold its semi monthly mooting Friday with Mrs Hype The diwussion of tho great French mlorpioce Ln Miserables was MiillniitMi with Mrs Robert MoUlothlan as leader Thonc partirir i pMtiajf in the diKusHion were MrsI Hynes MiB Mar hullllnc1 Mr Hynes i The next meeting will be held with f Mrs Robert MrGlothlan Friday after r v f i- JjersW dt Sometimes the hair is not ii properly nourished It suffers for food starves Then itr l falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a HairVigor I hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows l lJqngand heavy and all dan I druffIdisappears Mr hair ana coining out terribly t was FIIhnoltllrrllh to comb It Hut Ayura Hair I Vigor promptly Mopped the tailing and also I rulerII Landing NJ 9100 a bottle j o AVER CO Alt drolelAla CodIAwar 11Poor Hair f c rECZEMA ON- LITTLE GIRL Sleepless Nights for Mother and Awful Suffering ChildeCURED BY CUTICURA EvertMaking Any Cure Mrs I B Jones Addington Ind T writcsI My little girl had been suffering for two years from eczema and during that time I could not get a nights sleep as her ailment was very severe I had tried so many remedies and spent so much money deriving no benefit I had given up all hope of making any cure As a last resort I was persuaded to try Cuticura and to marked change wasanifestedfront the first application I gave the child a bath with Cuticura Soap using a soft piece of muslin cloth This I did twice a day each time following with Cuti i cura Ointment and at the same time gave the Resolvent according to directions One box of Ointment and two bottles of the Resolvent together with the Soap effected a permanent cure I submit this for publication j hoping it will assist other sufferers in curing themselves II I COMPLETE TREATMENT Consisting of Cuticura Soapc Ointment and PillsII The first step in the treatment of chronic IJcuiia is to remove the scales and crusts and soften the skin by warm baths with Cuticura Soap Dry carefully and apply Ctiticura Ointment lightly at first and where advisable spread it on pieces of soft J cloth and bind in place Take the Resolvent Pills or liquid in medium I doses Do not use cold water in bathing and avoid cold raw winds I Sold throughout the world Cuticura ItrioUent W 1111 trio of ChoroUta Coated Pill 2c per 11 if 01 JIIOlutiiiiiit Wo Soap tie Toiler Drug k riwiii Corp lioriuu Sole 1rapi OiJSead rot now to Cure lzemaII noon September 29 Hugo says There are no bad herbs no bad men only bad cultivators All those who would be good cultivators are invited to become members of the Afternoon Cluo Tne Ladies Aid of the Baptist J church gave an oldfashioned spelling match at Cowleys Hall Saturday I evening Quite n number of the good people of our town and community were out and participated Miss Whittinghill principal ot the public school pronounced the words from tho old bluebucked speller Among thoI best spelleis were little Ruth Marshall Kathnne Wimp and Alfred Herndon while the elderly ladifs wore at no discount The refreshments sweetii cider and ginger cake were in keep lug with the spelling RAYMONDI Mr and Mrs E A Cashinan were called to Brazil ind by telegram last Thursday to attend the funeral of their sister in law Mrs tubas Scott They expect to return home in about a week Miss Dee Biisham of Stephensport visited in this neighborhood Saturday sad SUlldayIMrs Thus Gregory of Oai fitId visited at Leo Cashmans and J EIMercers the first of last weekIM J Ray of Khoclolia was in tllisI neighborhood Sunday and was accompanied home by his sister Mrs 1nntiII BashamMr Mrs Taylor Compton of GnrhtId came over last week nndII purchased the Irvin Squires farmI while here Consideration 650 Mr and Mrs U L Avitt visited at Richard Mays and attended church Sitturdar night and Sunday at Webcc stnr J Mrs Leon Caanman spent several days last week at Uarfiold visiting relatives and friends Mrs Thos Abner and children of Clifton Mills were with Mrs B J Coomes last week Mrs Utis Still and daughter Mabel visited their grandmother Mrs Wm Argabnghtlast Saturday Misses Mary and Bottle Mercer atcc tended church at Webster Sundaycc Miss Georgia Murphy after spend ing several days with her sister Mrsjj Carlt Chappell went to her home at Rhodelia last Saturday Messrs Martin Sweat of MagnetII Ind and Solomon Sweat of Kansas two very aged men visited L Cash man last week Allen R Kincheloe of BardlnsI burg was in the neighborhood last week shaking hands with friends andI soliciting votes Proctor Knott and family spent Sunday at H W Cashmans Mr and airs Chas K Minary and son Billie wore here last Wednesday tho guests of her parents Mr and Mrs W HBowmer on route tp their homo at Springfield Ill p a o k Mules Bring Good Prices Gaston Ky Sept 19Speclal- R J Patterson and Sam W Garden sold out their bunch of seven head of twoyearold mules for 1550 Taylo- I Dowoll of near Irviugton being theI main purchaser getting twelve hea and H L Bell getting the rest These mules were purchased in Meado and Breckenridgo countiesat weanlings a a cost of 50 per head A Meado county mule took th premium at C H Drurys colt show in Breckenriage county last Saturday The mule belonged to John Algoo- and its owner refused 100 for it DUKES The farmers all are busy cutting to bacco for fear of frost Joe Kennedy and sister Miss Annie ot Hawesvllle were the guests of Misses Vatress and Flora Nevbury Sunday Misses Tula Lamb Enlah Lynch and Vernon Milburn were the guests of Mrs R J Tindle Sunday evening Isaac Powers called on Miss Pearl Basham Sunday evening There will be preaching at the Presbyterian church Saturday night and Sunday by the pastor Rev J S J Brear Little Josie Johnson daughter of J T Johnson was severely stung while playing near a bumble bees nest at school Tuesday She became very ill and had to be taken from the school Roy the twoyearold son of Wilfred Kobortson died at 0 oclock Wednes day night and was buried Thursday afternoon at the Johnson cemetery Miss Sue McGavock was the guest of Miss Peail Basham Sunday Tobinsport Wins Double leader The Pnnkin Rollers of ToWns port played two games of baseball Sunday afternoon on their grounds with visiting teams They won from Lincoln City Ind by a score of 7 to 4 and from Kirk this county by a score of ft to 4 Both games are said to have been interesting Got off Cheap He may well think be has got off cheap who utter having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings Now Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache consti patron etc 25c at Short Haynes drug store guaranteed lone Coming Week Did you know that tno llut census shows that there are over six hundred thousand Kentuckians living in other states Well its a factI How many of these former Kentuck ians do you know The Commercial Club of Louisville wants tho names of as many of these as it is possible to get It desires to extend invitations to every Kentnok ian who has moved away to comeback next spring and attend the Home Coming Week festivities at LouisvillePlans rapidly maturing for this great event Iho Commercial Club hopes to make it a miletter week on Kentuckys historical calendar There will be something doing seven days and nights and then tne crowd will disperse and go to different parts of the State to remain as long as the low railroad rates are in effect as the arrangement made with the railroads will include a low rate to nil points of Kentucky for Home Coming Week in Louisville If you have any friends or relatives who have moved to other States please send the names and addresses at once to tho Commercial Club Louisville Ky Mrs T F Sawyer and two little daughters Susette and Frances have been visiting relatives at Utility Hancock county 00STOZLBears themho Kind You Have Alwaysr Bought Signature Iof Meetings at Glendeans Close A series of meetings which began at tho Glendeane Baptist ohu rch on Sunday September a closed last Thurs day evening The meetings were con ducted by the pastor Rev D B Clapp assisted by a former pastor Rev J F Vines who is now in charge of the First Baptist church at Chattanooga Tcnn There were oight conversions A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ProtrudlngPlieslAZOOINTMENrof how long standing In s to 14 days llrst yourdruglstwill be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co 8t Louis Mo Jesse Bullock Assigns Jesse Bullock a merchant doing business at Basin Springs made a vol untary assignment last Saturday His liabilities amount uto 1100 and his assets to 1200 Wallace OJaycomb is the assignee Attempt to Burn School Building- An attempt was made last Wednes day night by unknown parties to burn the colored public school building coinr ated with oil was ignited and thrown brokendwindow pane Only part ot tho waste was consumed and just a small section blazetstarted burning itself out If the wattte buildingewould have been burned down it is believed and owing to the proximity liredmight have resulted Some men it is said slept in the building last summer but a stop was put to thus at the beginning of school by Geo Aaams tho principal who fastened down a window through which they gained entrance There is opposition it is said to Adams and his wife who compose the faculty on the part of three negro families who do not send their children to the school and these families and the men who slept in tho building are under suspicion it is reported The result of the attempt to burn the building was discovered Thursday morning Everything s in the name when it uomes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt ifc Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a speoiOc for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless coun terteits Ask for DeWittn the gen mime Sold by All Druggists Embryonic Tickets Only in Field It has been learned since mention was made in tho News of a ticket known as the Citizens Ticket for city council being in the field that a number of time candidates on the ticket have refused to make the race The petition for the ticket with a largo list of signers has boon filed with the county court clerk If other candidates are substituted for thoso who have not consented to make tho race it will be necessary to navo the petition resigned From what can be learned of the lecal pol tical situation there are one or two embryonic tickets the peti tions tor which have been onlv slightly circulated and the opinion of a ftw voters as to their desirability Tis being secured betore a wider circulatio- nDunnCampbell Mattingly Ky Sept 10eSpe- oial Felix Dunn and Miss Nannie Campbell of Pisgah were married List Thursday at the homo of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Campbell Rev Charles Golf officiat ing The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Campbell and is a lovable young lady The groom is a prosperous young farmer Attacked By a Mob coveredconductor applied Bnoklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes GJ Weloh ot Tekonsha Mich and find it perfect II Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at Short Hay nes drug store MATTINGLY Misses Clara Taut and Bertha Walk er of Clover creek attended church lure last Sunday and were the guests tho of Misses Wall Mrs John McGoverc nee Harictt Pate who lives near Victoria was out in her garden recently gathering vego tables and was bitten on the hand by n large copperhead snake Instead of screamingas the majority of women would have done she put the wounded member to her lips und drew out the poison and with the aid of whiskey fine suffered no bad consequences Walter Brickev was the guest of Miss May Perkins last Sunday Jas Bivin was the guest of Miss Bertha Walls last Sunday Purve Hawkins was tho guest of Miss Ida Walls last Sunday Chas Adkisson and John L Haw kins of Cloverport attended church nero last Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch and Mr and Mrs B F Frank wont to Putos ville last Saturday Mrs Joel Keenan of SmithsonMo is visiting her patents Mr and Mrs Owen Seaton Mrs O W Sanders who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 1 N Brickey has returned to her home at Evansville Miss Flora Briokey is visiting her brothers James and Will Brickey at Vanzant this weeK Wm Lam b Dies in Nebraska The following is from the Blair Neb 1jCoarler of August 23 0 Uncle Billy Lamb as he was familiarly called died at two oclock Monday afternoon from heart trouble He baa been sick since May but did not go to bed until July 4th sino e which time he gradually failed He suffered a great deal ana especially during the last week but the end came peacefully while ho was asleepThe funeral was held at the Meth odist church at one oclocn this after noon Rev A J Markley officiating Tho burial services was in charge of the Masonic lodge and the body was laid to rest in the family lot in the Rose Hill cemetery Wm Lamb was born near Rich mond Va May 5r 1820 and was therefore past 79 years of age His family moved to Breckenridge county Ky when he was a small boy and there he grew to manhood On Oct 4 1848 ne was married to Miss Martha Atkinson and ull but two of the family of eleven children were born in that locality In 1800 they came to Nebraska and settled on a farm out in the Rose Hill neighbor hood where they lived for twenty three years moving to thle city in 1802 Seven children are now living all in this county except the youngest Chas who lives in Gage Okla Tho others are Henry Mrs James Ryan Mrs Andrew Allen William Mrs W T Meador anti Mrs G W McCoyMr Lamb was made a Mason in Bruckenridge county Ky in 1853 and tho funeral was conducted by that order He was a member of the Presbyterian church in Kentucky but join ed with the Methodist congregation at Rose Hill and was not only a faithful attendant but a conscientious Chris tian gentleman He was a steward in the church for many years and was one of the trustees of the local church at the time of his deatth He was an exemplar citizen kind generous and obliging in all his relations to the public and in his home no better husband and father ever lived His kindly face and cheering man net will be greatly missed by all who Knew him and the Courier joins in extending heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family It I I i FOR SALE m q I 8 s- B I will offer the following X i I named stock at private 811Iemm I I until I I tt- I 1 I SATURDAY OCT I 7I- I I I dayIMMwill I m I I jsMm I m m mmI wI 1 pair 3yearold mulesr M I W broke none better in the vi- li Vt- M county 1 twoyearold mule y oneyearoldYI v- J I J y- Mi Pi K t- II For further information address jj- Sj III Sj I I F FRAIZEr Box 16 Cloverport Ky 1 J1 I tlm tiNNNNNitiaNitltlNNtllPUBLIC iiA1 Bewleyville Ky Saturday Oct 7 05 ii- I will sell to the highest I bidder the property of I the late WM II CAIN Z consisting of 3 horses 1iimule 4 head of cattle lot of hogs 18 fine sheep corn hay oats wheat tobacco farming imple 11ments household and furniture and 1 plIlhoI W II CAIN JR Admr D W HENRY Auctioneer sUN MhNt eN a1NlNNN I ILIEUT F S DAVIDSON rI 11l i OiO xeP ovou eeoan I Ii 4THEP S Davidson Late Lieut U S i Army Washington DO care U St Pension Office writes liTo my mind there Is no remedy tot catarrh comparable to Peruna It not only strikes at the root of the malady butIt tones and strengthens the system In a truly wonderful way That has been Its history in my case I cheerfully and unhesitatingly recommend It to thoeoi aflHeted as I Iftivo beonF S Davidson S If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Poruna write at onto to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio In Miss McGavocks Honor Mrs J M Baker gave a linen shower Tuesday night in honor of Miss Roberta McGavock who is to bo married Sunday September 17 to Mr Perry Norvall of Nashville I Tenn A large number of ladies was j present und Miss McGavock rec vyl11I many handsome presents consisyg of tableclotnes towels napkins Tie Tim evening was pleasantly spent in social conversations instrumental and vocal music Louisiana Mo- Dally Press Journal September 18 KeeneMcCreery Invitations have been received here announcing the coming marriage of Miss Clara McCreery of Owensboro to Dr Robert Perkins Keene the wellknown Owensboro dentist who spends a week out of each month in Cloverport The wedding will take place at 0 oclock on the evening of October 4 at the First Baptitst church Owensbor- oCabbageSnakesfound at Dukes Dunes Ky Sept 19Spoctal = While cutting up cabbage for kraut Ed Rowland found two cabbage snakes The snakes are on exhibition at R J Tindles store IDKssSKKrt KKKKYkK K rKKKst KySsSsSr- K No Waiting Here I I k Just tell us how much lumber you need We ksj Framing material J S and choice Poplar andII3- it Walnut is ready for s youx Iy Thats the thing un rr x able to get so quick beforeIti I Jrt Let us have your S order todayaaI orxaj Stable may need rerr pairs k = s REMEMBER US IIISeaton Weatherholt 7 n IICloverportKy e r f e- Y4131SswStkalStalN71SIit3litafStrt litMtk I c Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 MiDioDIJottIesEnclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver lea L 9