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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jfc THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IIIIREPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative- L L Mitchell For County Judge florrls Eskridge For County Clerk W Sherman Ball For County Attorney Allen R Kincheloe For Sheriff Dennie Sheeran For Superintendent Schools Andrew Driskell For Jailer William J Hall For Surveyor R M Basham c For Assessor I Henry Cannon Our Magazine Section Following are the special features t our magazine section this week THE FRUITS OF PEACE Japan tc turn her attention to arts and in Ut tries RAILROAD LEGISuATION Sena tor Elkins believes it will come next suwmer WORLDS GREATEST PRINT SHOP Tens of millions or document- turned out by Uncle Sam t mTHE BELLE OF BATTLES a Relics of the battlefields of Bull Run 11 MAKINU MAPLE SUGAR The 1 American Indians the first sugar pro ofdnoems NEW WATERWAYS Proposed shortenings of northwestern transpor tation routes A SHORT STORY How Dan Kent Missed His Thacusgiving Ban t gnat f GOSSIP FROM ABROAD Tales of diplomatic and court intrigue DEATH KNELL OF GYPSY MOTH Work of the United States s AgriculturedTHE CHINESE BOYCOTT Alarmg eginnipi to be felt by American htmerchantsLi ENGLANDS WAR PROBLEM Royal commission finds that it con sists mostly in lack of food supply Derby Loses to Tobinsport The Derby Greys of Derby were e defeated by the PunKin Hollers iin ofagame of ball at Tobinsport Sunday 0afternoon by a score of 12 to 4 e 10 To be Dedicated Next Alonth 20SpecialwCave Spring Baptist church at this place will be dedicated Sunday Octo stner29 A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itchliiz Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Itru glsts refund money It lAZO OINTMENT fulls to cure any elise no matter ot Low longstanding In e w It days rlrst application gives ease and rest 50c If your it druggist hasnt It send 50c In stamps and It will be forwarded postpaid by Purls Jlcdl ge I cine Co St Louis Mo inCorn and Alfalfa Train on Tour The Corn and Alfalfa Special I train sent out by the State Depart mont of Agriculture left Louisville I Monday on its ten days tour of the State The train has been widely ad rtised and its coming has created finch interest It will arrive in this Isity next Friday afternoon at C15 i o clock and remain until 830 Satur day morning From hero it will go to Stephensport arriving at 840 for a IrvIngiSells at Tarfork buys at Jolly IIITarfork Ky Sept 26Special week L C Tanl sold his store r and surrounding property to Norvin undT H Chancellor who will take i possession in two weeks Mr Taul bought a house and lot of Mrs Purcell and also u half interest in the store or J B Bates at Jolly Station where he will move shortly 1 t Subscribe for the News 0 ScrofulajjJ i though generally inherited Badhygiene foulair impure water are among its causes It is called Vje soil for j tubercles n and i here it is I e allowed to remait tubercu I Ices or consumption is 1 J pretty sure to take roo- tHpodsSarsaparilla i t emoves every trace ol crofula Get Hoods For testimonials of remarkable cute send for Book on Scrofula No 1 C L Hood Co Lowell Mace 9 r BRECKENRIDGE TO BE THERE Will be Well Represented at State Development Convention Breckenridge county will be well represented at tho Fourth State Devel opment convention which meets in Louisville at the Gait House on Octo ber 10 11 and 12 Dr A A Simons of this cityat tho request ol Clarence Dallarn chairman of the committee on delegates line canvassed the county nnd secured the consent of twelve men to attend the convention as delegates from the county at large These gentlemen are Mayor L T Reid W H Bowmer F P Payne H A Oelze Marion Weatherholt JA Barry Chas May and J D Babbage of this city DrJnoE Kincheloeand Taylor Beard of Hardinsbnrg Jesse Moorman of Ulcndenne and Bert Cunningham of Chenanlt The chairman of the executive com mittee for the fourthcoming conven thou and the Fourth district represen tative is Col Lafe Green of Falls of Rough It is desired that the convention he the greatest meeting of tho kind over thesdevelopment of agriculture minerals forestry manufacturing river im provement railroad extension im migration good roads and other important interests of the State Some of the most noted exports in the dif ferent lines in the United States willl address the convention The railroads have grunted the low rate or one fare plus twentyfive cents for the round trip hem any point in Kentucky One of the chief features of the con vention will oe a rollcall of Ker tacky counties to which a representative citizen from each oounty will be expected to respond Jn this rollcall the chairman will ask for anHwers I on at least two questions What has your county in a general way in agriculture forestery minerals and industrial interests What does your county need to improve its present conditionDr has been invited to attend and respond for this county hIlt does not knw now whether his professional duties will permit hun to do so Farmers Have Great Meeting Planters and their families to the number of 18000 it is estimated attended the first annual meeting ot the Dark Tobacco Protective Associa tion of Kentucky and Tennessee at Gnthrle Ky last Saturday Seven bands discoursed music 210 carcasses and 3000 loaves of bread were dis pensed to the crowd and good cheer reigned throughout the day The asso ciation was formed to tight the tobacco trust It you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you Know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects Sold by All Druggists OASTOaXBeen theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Blgnitor Iof Mrs D C Wright Dead Stephensport Ky Sept 20Spe cialThe many friends cf Mrs D C Wrignt nee Josie Braehear will be grieved to hear of her death on September 8 at her home in Monroe Louisiana She spent her girlhood days ut this place and lleaves a host of friends beside her sister Mrs Bottle Napper New Industries at Stephensport Stephensport Ky Sept 20Speo- la1 Jake Meserve will move his sawmill to town in the near future A barrel factory also will soon be utarted here J T Drane Dies at Lakeland Webster Ky Sept 2USpeclal- J T Drane formerly of this place died at Lakeland Thursday His remains were taken to his old home at Hudsonville and interredjn the family burying ground Friday Dukes Wins From Local Team A team commposed of players about own crossed bats with Dukes and Patesville players at Dukes Sunday afternoon and lost to thorn by a score of 14 to 10 II A Oelze went to Leitchfield Monday to attend the Louisville conference Mrs Chas Hauimau and baby went to Holt Monday to spend several days C i CIIRISTIAN CHURCH ORGANIZED Here With TwentyEight Members Rev Eldred Hulds fleeting A Christian church with twenty eight members and others soon to be added was organized at the Presby terlan church Sunday afternoon The organization was one result of a sere ies of meetings begun on Monday evening of last week for the purpose of bringing together tho members of this denomination in the city and of reorganizing them into a wroshiping congregation us existed several years agoAt the organization Sunday afternoon the following officers were elected Mrs C M Stephens treasurer J H Wills secretary C M Steph ens T W Brown and J H Wills elders J O Stephens and 1 M Urogor deacons- A building will be tented in which to hold services either once or twice a month Tho Presbyterian church in winch services are hold only twice a month may he secured though thiH is not certain at present nor the num bor of services that will be held monthly The Southern Kentucky Board of Missions of the Christian n church of which Rev R H Cross field of Owensboro is the secretary will appoint a pastor for the church Sometime in the future the congrega tion hope to erect a church The series of unettngs which have been held at the Presbyterian church by Rev W U Eldred pastor of the Christian church at Fulton Ky will continue all this weeK and perhaps a larger part ot next week Rev Eldreds sermons have been strong and interesting and have attracted good congregations His subject for thisI evening is The Great Darkness to- For the rest of the week his subjects I are as follows Thursday What Must I do to be Saved t Friday Whatsoever He Saith unto you doIi it Saturday Sanctification On several occasions the membersI of the Christian denomination 1 inI this city have bud regular services Honor Roll of Irvington School Seventh grade Margaret Bandy 084 Sixth grade Nell Smith 000 Herbert Heusel 038 Bessie Weather 023 Benlab Mndd 00 Fifth gradeJohn Walter Jolly 07 Grace Payne 07 Carra D Frakes 00 Hayden Bramlette 00 hunice Simmons 05 Kenduok Jolly 05 Ken Bandy 01 Fourth grade hdith Heasel 07 Dollie StamlHeld 07 Jnuius Stitn 07 Guedry Bnimletto Ofl Sue M Bandy 00 Katie Clutwood 90 Watt kits Mndd 00 Leonard Galloway 00 Alton McCoy 05 Kate Mussel man 05 Evelyn King 05 Third grade Mary Collins 07 Ed 110I3ishoff 00 Rosa Blshoff 05 Al berth King 04 A general average of 00 was requir ed to be on the honor roll also a good attendanceThose the fifth and sixth grades who through sickness or absence tailed to bo on the honor roll did good worn however and deserve mention They are Lttio Bandy Nell Simmons Irene Bandy Maggio Parks and Mary mltbtCoral R Whlttinghill Prm Eula Hensley Assist Meeting at Webster Closes A protracted meeting at Webster has closed with ton or twelve additions to the Methodist church Tho pastor Rev Hynes and two evangelists conducted I the meeting I Greatest Fair Ever in State In a burst of glory the state fair the greatest over held in the State closed at Lexington Saturday The at tendance was estimated at 80000 and the net profits at from 7000 to 10 000 Many Get Rural Route Irvington Ky Sept 20Special- H G Rising of Washington a rural free delivery route agent was here last week and went over the Bewleyville road Other steps will be taken later toward the establishment of a rural route A Freak Chicken This Mrs James England of Tobinsport has a freak in the way of a chick that was hatched from an egg a few days ago The chick has two pairs Of legs that are grown fast together and upon each leg are five toes making twenty in all The chick is alive and hearty If it lives to reach the age of hon hoodit will be impossible to estimate the amount of garden it can tear up with those twenty toes iu a dayII annelton Inquirer r L 1 BOOTLEGGERS ARE ARRESTED Wm HaelvoodGlendeane S Poole Hardlnsburg and Others William Hazelwood a white than from Glendeano and Sum Poole a onearmed neijro whose home Is at Harlinshurj were taken to Owene born on train No 43 Sunday liy Dep uty United States Marshal CT Nich ols and lodged in jjail Hazelwood and Poole were arrested by MnrsualNich IIllnorIwithout a license an offense com manly called I bootlegging Both are said to have operated in their respec tivp communities Hazelwood was ar rest d at Glondeane Saturday night and Poole at Hnrdmsburg Sunday morning They were brought here Sunday morning imd placed in the city jail until the arrival of the early wost bound evening train Moole pleuleJ guilty at hit examin ing trial at Owensboro Monday but hazel wood waived an examining trial Both were sent to jell to await the action ofjthe Federal grand jury Ben JundiiY charged with moon shining and Tom Cundill and Jim Aubrey charged with bootlegging are in the Jefferson county jail await ing tho nation of the federal court They were arrested in the Meeting Cwek neighborhood in Hardia county last Saturday and tried befyie Com mifisionpr Stay tit Ieitchiield Non was able to give bond and they wore taken to jail at Louisville by Deputy Marshal T J Condi ft- MoonshinerH and bootleggers In the Meeting Creek and Hardin Springs neighborhoods both of which aro not far front this Breckenridge county line and witnin tho fastnesses of which they have operated also have given the Federal authorities consid erable trouble ot late In recent weeks some of the most notorious vlOla I of the internal revenue lavs have been arrested there Dr Hardaways Appointments- Dr A M Harduwuy will be at union Star September JS 29 and HO for the practice of dentistry and at Big Spring the week of October 2 to II Serious Charge Against Dr W B Crabb Formerly of County- T M Crutcher manager of a Louis ville dental supply manufacturing concern secured a warrant in Louis ville Friday for the arrest of Dr W B Craub formerly ot this county but whose present whereabouts areI unknown here Crntcher charges Crabb with giving him a bank check for CO bearing the forged Bignature of H O Cooper Tho check was given in payment for goods and is drawn on the First National Banu of Loikland U which pronounced it a forgery Crntcher says that Crabb lives at Irvington but it is known here that he has not been there since 1001 or 11102 when he visited his father who taught the public school there at one time In 1002 Crabb practiced dentistry in Cloverport and at Harainsbnrg and GlendeaneTho Crnbhs cam originally from Brookbville Ky Wedling Was Surprise Miss Una Bruns of thiscity and Harvey Harris a telegraph operator at Howell were married in Louisville yesterday afternoon Miss Brims is a daughter ot MI and Mrs Martin Bruns and sixteen years or ago AT Harris was formerly operator at the Henderson Route shops The wedding was a complete surprise to their friends They went to Louisville Man day morning accompanied by a rela tive of Miss Bruns PICKED UP Geo Drury has eightyfive acres of corn on his place near Bowleyvillo that will make fifty bushels to the acre He is feeding 20 head of hogs Mr Drury has a splendid tarm and wants to sell it There are 700 acres price 7000 and he says there is tim bar enough on the place to pay for it This is a bargain Dr L B Moremen has bought the Wrathor farm near Irvington Good farm lands are very active with a Rood demand Thos Brown of Vine Grove JB looking for a good farm Ho has f10 000 cash to invest Mr and Mrs Jesse Payne of West Point came lawn Saturday to spend Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Minor Payne JW HuUiues bought W 0 Kaseys farm near Bewleyville two years ago for 1800 cash Last week he re fused 3fiOO for It Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea big cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and economically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Election Officers Who Will Serve in County During the Coming Year Hardinsburg Ky Sept 20 See cinl The County Board of Election Commissioners mot here last Wednes day and appointed the election officers comingsyear The officers by precinct are a follows Ilardinsburg No 1Tml W Mil lot Milton West iudges Gabo Wright sheriff T H Withers clerk Hardinsburg No 2Thouuas Greg ory Taylor Beard ju tges Kobt Mattlngly sheriff RobtWeatnerford clerk Havdinslmrg No 3 Barney SquirosJno P Haswoll Jr judges Chins E Robhins short H Hubert DeJarnetttt clerk- Hardinsburg No 4 Jubal Hook Jr Gabe Taul judges Mike Miller sheriff George Gray clerk Cloverport No 1Curtis Weather holt I C Mattlngly judges J E Hanks sheriff L L WN goner cleiK Cloverport No lJoe Beavin R T Polk judges J E BlacK sheriff J S Warfitld olerK Cloverport No aJ Tnos L Wroe Steve Wilson judges W V Perkins thoriil C E Lightloot clerkI Balltown Altred Hawkins H A Walker judges Marion Hambleton sbeiitl i J JJ Keenan clerk S epheusport Jesse H Miller An drew Clrtycomu judges Joe Stewart sheriff Oacai Black clerk Burley Growers Organize Lexington Sept 22The Burley Tobacco Growers company was incor porated in the county court with a capital stock of 1500000 divided into 150000 shares of 10 each The company principal office and place of business will be Lexington The nature of the business proposed is the buying selling and dealing in both leaf and manufactured tobacco Not less than ten nor more than fit teen directors shall manage the busi ness of the company and the highest amount of indebtedness is limited to 10000000For years an effort has been mode to form an organization of the growers to tight the socalled tobacco trust the promoters designing to form so large a combination ol the growers as to control the crop which was to be sold direct to the manufacturers or in extreme cases to bo manufact mired by the company itself Thousand People Attend Circus Hardlnsburg Ky Sept OSpeo- iul A thousand people aro attteud ing Sun Brothers circus this afternoon On nil Inut Leg Do you buy rugs and bones Yes certainly Then put me In the scales Trill you Iupagallo The Iol ancestors a light around posterityIt allows neither their good nor bad qualities to remain 1n obscurity Sallust Union Star1 J Severs Marcus Jolly judgoa Jill L Cashman shoe ill Horaco McCoy Hern Hudson Richird Garner Sherman Tuttle judges George Royalty sheriff S C Mercer clerk Mook John Alexander J H But ler judges Lloyd Butler sheriff Tice Mlcoy cleri- cMcDanIBIsF K Rhodes Too Glasscock judge Milton Ybitworthv sheriff J M Bruce clerk Glendeane Dunk Powell B A Whittingnill judges W O Kane sheriff E A Moore clerk Rockvak1T II Moorman E C Burton judges Joe Hownid sheriff D N Howard clerk Mooleyvillo Joj Pike Clint Brodie judges U B Cunningham sberliF Jas Vessels clerk WebsterSam AdKisson Harmon Parks judges Chins H Claycomb sheriff Holhs Drane clerk IrvingtonL E Henderson Charles Still judges Robt McGJotWan sheriff R M Jolly clerk BewleyiI1eD1 P W Footo Thos J Jolly judges H B Head sheriff D C Heron ChI- KBigSpllogU C Martin W T Norris judges J 0 Lucas sheriff left Trent clerk Unster Retus Lyons Thomas Den nett judges Thomas Dyer sheriff Jno M1 Bntlor clerk An ArIl MMtnUr Dantou the celebrated caricaturist had a wonderful power of modeling from memory After one long look at his subject lie could go to his studio sad make a bust quite perfect Ju its resenililiiaceUse young man came to him saying that Hs sister was 111 and about to die and that although the faintly wished her bust modeled they dared not excite her by mentioning It Would he undertake to reproduce her features after seeing her once Dan ton agreed and next day the brother Informed his sister that bo Intended to present lice with some jewels and that u young man would bring some specimens for her approval Danton brought In the Jewels and going home modeled a bust of strik ing resemblance Next year an old gentleman the father of the young women came to order a bust of the brother who also had died This too was a marvelous success The result of such planning how ever was not always as satisfactory to Ids patrons as In these cases A V gentleman who could not persuade hIs wife to sit asked Dauton to enter a certain omnibus one day and fix In his memory the features of the lady Opt posits him He did so modeled a beautiful bust and sent It lune It proved however to be not the mistress but the maid who had also taken the trip in the u Braglays down and out financially you say Well wolll Thats strange remarked Dumley Why the last time I saw him ho told me he was rapidly ascending the ladder of success i and Yes said Wiseman Perhaps In his haste ho stepped ort the top rung Catholic Standard and Time y The Breckenriclgei News WEDNESDAYS September 2L 1005 NOTICE IS SERVED ON ALL DRUGGISTS Selling Patent Medicines Largely Composed of SpiritsAs Liquor Dealers Will be Taxed on Dec I Collector Franks or Oweusboro iin compliance with a ruling of the commissioner of internal revenue has servedI notice qn alt druggists in his district which includes Ureckonndge county to the effect that they will be requir ed to pay a special tax the pauio as that required of retail liquor dealers if they continue after December 1 to deal iu certain compounds represented 1 as medicines but which are composed largely of distilled spirits This ruling was made on September 12 and is causing n grant deall or restlessness S among the patent medicine trade of the country It in volvos thousands of dollarsI to the manufacturers and sellers of patent medicines and great prbssur- will it is said be brought to boar to innate Mr Yerkes to reverse a modify his ruling This failiuc the matter will como before congress and will it is understood be supported b a strong lobby The substance of the ruling is that among the various acouolic cow pounds now on the market advertised and sold under tho name of whisky bitters tonic cordials and similar names thero tire aomo that ar com posed chiefly of distilled spirits or mixtures thereof without the addition of drugs or medical1 ingredients in anfllcieut quantities to change materially the character of the alcoholic liquor and that tho manufacturers of and dealers in these snail Jbo taxed as are rectifiers and retail liquor dealersIt hed that the statue requires the exaction of this special tax from the manufacturers of every compound of distilled spirits in which drugs have xot been added in sufficient quantity to have an appreciable effect on the character of the alcoholic liquor It is also hold that no matter how large the proportion of other in gredients unless they are of a character to impart a distinct medicinal quality to the compound it comes under the ruling The question in each oase arising under the ruling will he determined in the office of tho commissioner of internal revenue not merely upon tbe formula submitted by tho manu faetnrpr but upon the rosult of analysis made in the chemical labora tory of RHtnplae oiitained in the open market and sent In by internal reve nue officers add agents The trot that ft druggist may sell the ootnnonndu in goof tmth und only for medicinal purpoeee does cot remove l hit Iliability to be tM dIIIII IIAI tttucago writes I urn a switchman und am ont in ill kinds of weather I took a cold whlrn settled In my kidneys j and I WM in bud shape I tried several advertised remedies with no benefitt until I wan recommended to try Folevs Kidney Cure Two thirds j ot a bottle enrol ine Sold by A nII k tuner I J Much Good Doneat Glendeane- J F Yin JB pastor First church Chattanooga has thIRd D B Cliipp in a meeting at jlcmluane Ky in wliioh ton werr added to the churchs membership Mid much good done otherwise The baptizing scone was I unusual the ordinance having IoenI administered in the bright moonlight A large orouM was prenont and the ocsasiou was full of spiritual power Baptist Argos Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember tbat attar marriage many quarrels can bo avoided by keeping tbeir digestions in good condition with Eeotnc Bitters a A Brown of Ben nettsville H L says For years my wile suffered intensely troui dys pepsia complicated with a torpid liver I until she lost her strength and vigor and became a moro wreckof ber former solf Then she tried Elec tric Bitters wliicn holped her at once and finally made here entirely well Sne is now strong and healthy Short K Hay illS druirglstH sells and guarantee them at GOo a bottle To Buy Direct From Grower Hopkinsville is now tho headquar ters of time buyers for foreign govern monts of dark tobacco The Italian Regie is said to want 10000 hogsheads and it is believed that prices have been agreed upon with the Planters I Protectivo Association ranging from fOGO to 11 President Felix U Ewing says that a that to sell the Italian government 10000 hogs heads will be Sl1h crib consummatedII c EIGHT MILES l N TRACKS Into Louisville Will be Used by the Henderson Route Louisville Ky Sept 20Work is progressing as fast as possible on the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railroad companys bridge over salt river just above West Point Tho high water during the summer months has greatly retarded the work although at no time has it been entirely suspended Had the water been at the ordinary stage during the summer months the bridge would have been completed by October 1 Tho company is in 110 hurry about track laying owing to the fact that it can bo cow pleted in n few days after the bridge is finisned The tracks have been laid trom Strawberry a station eight miles out of Louisville to within two wIles of West Point The Texas will use the L and N tracks from Strawberry into Louisville A TEXAS WONDER t One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis rhene matism and all irregularities of the menrand women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your onyreceipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists The Clarions New Machine The Hawesville Clation has installed in its office a Morgeuthaler linotype junioran extraordinary piece of en terprise for n weekly newspaper and Editor Clarence Sterctt is to be con gratulated on it When Clarence learns the Kayboardho can set up Lis paper in a single day and go fishing time remainder of the week but he is not that kind Clarence Sterett is one of the cleverest writers of the Kentucky press and if ho had as much nerve as he has indusrty ho wouldbe run ning a daily in a city Owensboro Messenger Attacked By a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until cov ered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bncklons Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes UT Welch ot Tekonshn Mich and find it perfect Simply groat for cuts and burns Only U5c at Short fc Hay nes drug store County Unit Local Option Bill In last woeits News the County Unit Bill was referred to in an item headedIIWhat to Do in the Legisla tion Races and copied from the KPn tneicy Issue the new olllcial organ of the Kentucky Issue The County Unit Local Option Bill is as follows Be it enacted by the General As sembly ot the commonweal of Ken tucky Section oneThntseetlou 2354 of an Ret eutitled Au act whereby the sense ef the people of any county city town district or product may be taken as to whether spiiilnous vinous or malt liquors shall 1bu sold bartered or loaned therein approved March 10 1804 be amended so that said section when amended and reenacted shall read as Tattoos Upon application by petition signed by a number wrlUeuII voters in each precinct of the tory afftcted equal to 2j per cent of the votes cast at the last city or town election it shall br the duty of the Judge of till County Court in such I countyat the next regular term there INFLUENCE OF TOBACCO GROWERS Owensboro Inquirer The farmers organizing for the husbanding ot enorgie and tho getting ot better prices has already had tho most farreaching results It has been so wisely managed as to stir no anti pntuv or to excite the envy of the opposition of any only tne sharks who have been gaining the most from tho sweat of the tobacco grower s brow Their envy and their opposition was not unexpected But thero have been other developments that are more Lovel and interesting and one of the most notable of these is the fact that for the tirst time in the history of tobacco growing the jhavers have become very busy in going about and buying up growing crops or taking options on them at prices higher than nsually prevail after the crop has been cut and housed Tbis conduct is especially common in regions that grow tobacco but which have not yet become thoroughly organized The movement to engage the new crop while growing is especially strong in Wisconsin one of the few northein states tnat produces large quantities of tobacco Tho story ot InterIIj words of a paper published in the very heart of this novel movement The buying movement has steadily expand ed says the Edgerton WIe Report er until it has covered time entire state The past week has witnessed as lively a chase in time southern grow- ingi sections as was enacted in Ver of after receiving said petition to make an order on his order hook directing an election to be held in tho said county city town district or precinct as the case may oe on some day named in the petition not earlier than sixty days after raid applioation is lodged with the judge of uaid court which order shall direct the sheriff or other officer of the said county who may be appointed to hold said election to open a not at ouch and all of the voting places in said county city town district cr preoinct who are qualified to vote at election for county officers anon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein or whether or not anv prohibition law sn force In any county city town district or pre cinct by virture of any general or special act or acts shall become inoperative and counties cities towns districts and precincts in which the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous or malt liquors are now pre hibited may have a vote thereon un der the provision of this act Provid ed that no district precinct town 01 city shall vote on the same day on whioh a larger division ot which it is a part Is voting on that question Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat und lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Fjleys Honey and Tar mummy imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foley s Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other prtpamticn will give the same satisfaction It IB mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate per Eons Sold by A R Fisher Now at Los Angeles IE II Pate has changed his place of from Imperial Cal to lOll Los Angeles street Los Angeles Cal TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tabletseach lax t3c non county a few weeks ago Never before was such a fast and furious effort made to contract for green tobacco in Wisconsin or any crop taken over so rapidlyI I A very general protest hits gone up from growers against this method of disposing of an option on the growing crop so long in advance of delivery time They fully realize the unbnsi nesslike transaction but tho attrac tiveness of the offers made which are so much in advance of other years and time persuasiveness of the buyers invaribly overcome these scruples and the trading goes en just the sameNot since the IBM crop have such prices been offered for bundle do livery and the hope of the farmer that he will be able to harvest cure und deliver his crop at tho figures named in the contract is the great temptation to accept the going prices and makes smooth sailing for the buyers A great many growers have long since learned by experience that the time to realize the top price for the omp is when competition is sharp and buyers anxious to trade An occasional grower has been caught napping by the swiftness of tho movement and sold for less than the going figures but he is himself to blame for not keeping posted The present rat e of buying will see the early sound fields gathered in very shortly while the less desirable and hailcut tobacco will be bought more leisurely n Many Deaths at Soldiers Honey The fiftyseventh death at the Con federate Home at Powee Valley occurred last Wednesday The Homo now has about 2UO inmates TO CATARRII SUFFERERS Hyomel Guaranteed to Cure by Short Haynes or Money Refunded Tho popularity and increase in the sales of Hyoniei are unique in the annals of medicine Such astonishing cures have been made by this remedy that the proprietors have authorized Short Haynes to sell every package of Hjotuei under an absolute guaran tee that it will cure catarrh If it does not time purchaser can have his money refunded by Short Haynes Hyomoi is no ordinary remedy It is the only method of treatment that sends by direct inhalation to tho most remote part of the air passages a balsamic air that destroys nil catarrhal germs in the breathing organs en riches and purifies the blood with additional ozone and makes a per manent and comtilote cute of catarrh The complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in tho vest pock et n medicine dropper and a bottle or Hyomei The inhaler lusts a life time and if one bottle does not cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can bo ob tained for 5U centrf It is the most economical of all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh und is the only om that follows Nature in the methods of nesting diseases of the respiratory organsBreathe through the inhaler for a few minutes four times a day and your catarrh is oared Thats all If not cured Short Haynes will refund your money Building Cottage limo Cloverport Real Estate and Im provement company is building a cot tage for Jesse Keys on a lot in Breok onridge addition Mr Keys recently bought from the company u u n u Your Self Respect The Respect of Your Friends and Neighbors i This is the strongest argument we can offer why you shouldalways dress neatly and carefully We do not mean in an extreme fashion or at a great cost Nor will it require trouble on your part to find stylish and well tailored clothes that are moderately priced and servicable Just come in and examine the guaranteed skillfully tailored Kaufman Garment Let us try one of these nobby doublebreasted sack suits on you we dont care what may be your size or proportiontall- short fat or slim we can fit you accurately We have the design and pattern that will be best suited to your figure And our prices are sure to please you 1000 to 2250 V EChas9 ChlcagoOutfitters for Hen Women and Children Jt 1A 4- rls i1 i d uYS W dH STOCK GOES TO CREDITORS Owensboro Store of NV T Tilford Former Citizen Closed Last Wednesdays Owensboro Mes senger contained the following The stcre of W T Tilford on Mnlu street between St Ann and Predericu is closed under an agreement with the creditors An invoice of the stock was taken and the establishment closed Tuesday morning There has been no assignment or bankruptcy proceedings Mr riltord agreed to turn over the stock to Judge J D Atchison attorney for some of the large creditors to be disposed of to the best advantage possi ble The stocK will be sold in bulk lriday of next week to the highnst and best bidder The agreement between Mr Tilford and his creditors was enter ed into a week ago Mr Tilford has been in Oweusboro only a few months coming here from Cloverport lie has been in the mercantile business for a number of years at various places He was for a time at Hartford and previous to that was at Curdsville this county lIe has not de termined on his business future History of the Peaceites Life And it came to pass that the young man Theodore tarried awhile in time place called Oyster day which is over against Hardshell Baptist divIsion of the Standard Oil Company And while he tarried there the Russites and the Tapanitea passed by on thoir way thron gh Gotham to PortsmouthNow is the place whore the bookmakers and time Ddpewltea revel in the early morning and is wicked beyond compare And the Hussites and Japanites were wroth at each other and in their own countries hard against tho Phil istines and the Chinks there was much bloodshea duly countenanced by tho Lord And when Theodore saw them go by he spoke and saidII Cease O cease your scrapping and quit ye tor there is glory enough for all But they heeded not for they were furnish ing much desirable copy for all tho magazinesThen spake again and saIdUWntt vo a little while and bo reluctant for every day that passeth gives me a chance to be advertised more and yet more And in the mean time I will advise my people on several matters of much importance Ho Theodora arose in the morning and sot the fashions and talked on temperance and baby culturo and athletes and crochet work and everything else he could think about And all tho time tthere was great commotion among the people and they demanded to know what the stock market was doing But still the Japanites and the Rus sites lingered and the Lord waxed wroth yea exceeding wroth mind he saidlIs it for this that yo have come together Do as young Theodore says Mothers Are Helped THEIR HEALTH RESTORED Happiness of Thousands of Homes Due to Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound and Mrs Pfnkhams Advloe A devoted mother seems to listen to every call of duty excepting tho su one that tells her to guard herEremo und before she realizes it some derangement of tho female organs has manifested Itself and nervousness and irritability take time place of happi ness and amiability I fflJjjhHoti anXXt3U100 Tired nervous and irritable tho mother is unfit to care for her chile dren and her condition ruins the childs disposition and reacts upon herself The mother should not bo blamed as she no doubt is suffering with back ache headache bearingdown pains or displacement making life a burdentoLydia E Iiukhams Vegetable Com pound is the unfailing cure for this condition It strengthens tho femalo tiorgans and permanently cures1 all didf r placements and irregularities a Such testimony as tho following should convince women of its value Dear Mrs Plnklmm II I want to tell you how much good Lydia E Pinkbams Vegetable Compound has done mo I suffered for eight years with ovarian troubles I was nervous tired and irritable and it did not seem as though I could I stand It any longer as I had five children to care for Lydia E Tinkhams Vegetable Compound was recommended and it has en tlroly cured mo I cannot thank you enough for your letter of tulvleo and for what LydIa E Iinkhams Vegetable Compound has dona for moMrs TM Holrman 100 Hlmrod Street Brooklyn N Y Mrs Pinkham advises sick women free Address Lynn Mass or ye shall suffer the consequences Then they come together amid great rejoicing After which Theodore was It- And the Gothamites and the Boston ites and the Pennsylvaniaites and all the people round about including theP Granites did him honor saYIng II Tneodore is indeed the real thing II and the Whole Show and we will bow down before him And it was even so Got tiff 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 Lift Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache consti patina etc 25c at Short Haynes drug store guaranteed Send in your Subscription now 1aI THE EQUITABLE LIFE First In Its Aid To Beneficiaries The Equitable pays its policies more promptly than any other company usually within twentyfour hours DEATH CLAIMS PAID IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA In 1900 96 per cent within one day dayInIn 1903 95 per cent within one day In 1904 96 per cent within one day July 1905 98 per cent within one day CLAIMS PAID 213997365P-AID WITHIN ONE DAY209 985565 THERE WERE ONLY FOUR CLAIMS THAT REMAINED UNPAID ON THE SECOND DAY Where claims are not paid immedi ately it is usually duo to delay on the part of the beneficiary in submitting complete papers First In Its Payments To Living Policy Holders For many years the Equitable has paid n larger amount in dividends thin any other company DIVIDENDS PAID In 1900348164100 In 1901 374252000 In 1902 447792400- In 1903 568229600I- In 1904 600190300 FIRST IN FINANCIAL STRENGTH Assets 41395302100 Liabilities 33315875200 t Surplus 5 8079426900 Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 12425 per cent HENRY J POWERS Manager for Kentucky Equitable uildi1g Louisville t Ky For full particulars as to new policies see R T POLK our repre sentative at CLOVERPORT or our local representative anywhere mf Il wy p I r r The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY September 27 lOO1 DARK TOBACCO A FINE CROP Offers Made of Eight Nino and Ten Cents For Loose Under the above head the Western Tobacco Journal the alleged organ ot the tobacco trust publisnes the fol lowlngparagraph from ono of its cor respondents HoDkinsvllle Ky Sept 10 Nearly all of the 1005 crop is housed The crop will be 00 to 70 per cent ol an average crop of good and tine to bacco the best grown tor many years Already offers are being made ot 8 0 and 10 cents loose for crops which promise fair returns to plan ters M D BOALES The Henderson Gleaners comment on this paragraph is as follows IAlready eight 111110 and ten cents loose for crops What Why tho trust has hitherto for several years bought Jnriatian county tobacco at from three cents and a fraction to five cents prized not loose mark you Why then pay eight nine and ton loose The answer is patent to all the farmers of Christian county are organized Sown trouble to organize pome difficulties in the way Yes but isnt there wore humiliation and loss in servile submission to the Banditti and Buccaneers of the Bloody Tobacco Trust Y taol Dyspepsia Cure is certainly n I I wonderful remedy for Indigestion d J pYsepsla and wtuk stomachs Th- eyVmjPt never fails to cure and that it + COhgthens the digestive organs and ekes tho stomach and breath as- ss sweet a rose Sold by All Druggists 0 Contract For Depot Awarded The contract for the construction of the union station winch is to be Jt erected on the present site of the Texas depot on South Frederica street by the L and N and the L H and St L Railroad companies has been lot to Walter Bntshtar ot Henderson Roadmaster Hudson Contractor Brnsboar and a party of surveyors were engaged in laying oil the ground tor the proposed building A great quantity ot th9 material is on hind and it is expected that tnero will be- n delay when the work once begins The specifitKtions oill for a very hiudsome station said Contractor Brashear yesterday Men will oegin work on the station Monday I expect to have it completed including the heating plant by January or Fe- bruarrFridays V Owen boro Mes senger When indigestion hocouios chronic it is dangerous Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure indigestion and all troubles resulting theretrom thus preventing Catarrh ot tile Stomach Sold by All Druggists Bryan to Tour the World Lincoln Neb Sept 20 Mraud Mrs William J Bryan accompanied by their sou and daughter William and Grace will leive tomorrow for their tour of the world They will sail from San Francisco for Japan on September 26 stopping at Honolulu fora day or two and expect to reach Tokio October IS From Japan they will go to Manila and will spend sometime m the Philippines They will then visit Australia and Ntw Zealand and will reach India in the winter They will proceed to the Holy Laud and other countries and will spend next summer in the large cities of Europe Mr Bryan expects to be gone not less than a year DO YOU GET UPI BACKKidney Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is suie to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr I Kilmers the great kidney liver L e C sal triumph of the nine teenth century covered after years of 1 nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers Is not rec ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need ItI has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private 1 practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement haj been made by which all readers of this par who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book 4 4btelling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous in this paper and your address to KllmerCoBlng I N Y The SwampRoot remedyIt dis byDr SwampRoot ommendedforeverythlngbutlfyouhavekld IIoffer regular fifty cent and nome of swampRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont mako any mistake but romombor tho rI name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y OB every bottle I- ter 13e Cat- 34gat1a t= I No dangerous drugs or alcoholic concoctions arc taken Into the stomach when Uvomei is used Breathe through the inhaler the balsami healing of Hyoinei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose an throat and thus kills the catArrhal germs heals the irritated miicon membrane and gives complete am permanent cnre Hyomei is the simplest most pleas ant ana the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit flOO extra bottle 5IO centsFor sale by Short K Haynes To the Temperance People of Kentucky Brethren We have a decisive figh on our hands The temperance force of Kentucky are stronger than ever before We have won fourteen fights in the last ninety days and have not lost one Several others are pending Tin moral and religious elements of tit State are almost a unit on the question of abolishing a saloon The Anti saloon League grows in favor and force each day and the people feel that it pre sents the ready and efficient solution ol the problem obliterating the saloon Now for organization and action We teed local organiztition in each county We must pass the County Unit lullat the next session of the legislature To do this it will take a hard and well organized fight in some legislative and senatorial districts in order to secure legislators who will favor the bill It will be necessary for the local county organization to circulate petitions ask ing candidates to support the bill and to organize and help elect these candi dates who will give sucusupport Also these local organizations are needed to look after the efficient enforcement of the local option laws and to organize the temperance forces whenever H fight is to be made for a local option election The opportunity is at hand and we must not let it pass I recoUJmend the lollIW ing action in each county Let the ministers of all churches uiact adl call a meeting of the temperance forces of the county to meet at the county seat At this celled meeting organize n County Antisaloon League with presi dent vice preflideut secretaryand treasurer and an executive committee comported of members of all political parties and religious denomination It is well also to appoint a chairman for j each precinct of the county who will confer and co operate with the CountI Executive Committee Any person may become a member of there local leagues who will assert his determination to give his vote Mud influence to hatmh the saloon Copies of the Antisaloon League constitution and other information will be sent on application toII K Taylor Asst Slat Supt Antisaloon League- of Kentucky Beechmout Ky CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signaturoof Are The Indians Turks Bowling Green TiinesJonrnnl An important ethnological discovery has been made by the students of the University of Campeche that the language of the Uampecho Indians and that ot the Turks is almost identical Turns coming directly from their country to Mexico find no difficulty in making their wants known to tho Indians and within n tew weeks are able to talk the language Jluently Ethnologists of the City of Mexico will attempt to establish tbe relation between these Indians and the Turns bnt it would seem to be as difficult a problem as to explain the meaning of the discovery in the State of Ooxaca of Egyptian and Chinese idols Americans Great Coffee Drinkers Washington D C Sept 21 Great coffee toprs aro the people of the United States according to a monograph Issued today by the Department ot Commerce and Labor During the last ten years the annual onsumption of coifee in this country has increased from Otf to llftj pounds per head and the total consumption Lisa almost doubled in quantity Between twoBftha and onehalf of the market coffee product of tho world Is sow taken by the United States Big Packers are Fined Chicago Sept 21Four officials of the Schwarzschild Snlzberger Hacking company of Chicago were tined an aggregate of 25000 by Judge umphrey in the United States dis riut court here today The fines lot owed a plea of gulLy to indictments charging conspiracy to accept rebatesF READ THIS AND BE ASHAMED lKrom tho Louisville Herald Courage ho said and pointed to land IIto sings Tennyson in hIs Lotus Eaters II13ut11 you will read this editorial storyit tine one it will tell you about a bravo young modern who cried Courage when no land was visible Tho story in itself is an epic poem about Albert E Blase ot Denver At the age of twentyeight Blake was a trusted employoe of a railway company Ills temperament was artistic and he gave all his leisure to drawing rind studying art Ono day he fell through a hatchway and literally broke his back At the hospital the surgeons said he could not posai lily lm Three vertebrae were fractured and bad to he removed The spinal cord that delicate thread of life was so bruised and lacerated that it could never heal said tho surgeons In no previous case had any man so injured reoovertd Blaite survived There was something in the man that refused to die He never gave ip hope through all the slow drag ging mouths of torture His lower limbs became partially paralyzed and rot five years he endured the stilling itmospuere ot the county infirmary All the titer BlaRe was sure he would get well He stunted art and planned for the future rippled and half lead he made sketches nod cartoons md got himself a home Then Denth muted another shaft at hun Blood poisoning attacked his pOOl benumbed lower Itmlia Again he met Fate more than hell ray He derided to have his logs ampu ated Tho Mirgeons said it was no tie The man would die anyway WilY the usel ss Buffering Blake de Sept fiftyone a of of of mantled the knife Moreover in orde to save his strength be refused to taKe an anaesthetic Tho operators said it was one of the most heroic exhibl tions of pluck ever shown on nn operating table And then Wo sooner had the bravflsouled fel low recovered from the operation that erysipelas set in That meant quarantine and lonely suffering Still the mar smiled and planned for the future And that was not all As if loath to give up his victim the Destroyer aimed another shaft Scarcely had Blakb recovered frog than he was alllictid with the dreaded tetanus or IOCKJIIW That will finish the poor follow II said everybody Blake did not die Again he lay for months back his little candle flame of life He saw no land ns did the lender of the Lotus Eaters But he would search the shore be I the storm never so wild the waves never S3 high and the never so deep Today Alfred j Blak has his own cozy In line lIe sent money to his MH ter in London and she came tn care for bun Ho teaches daily in In wheeled chair He makes money by his work And no man IK held in higher esteem NowIsnt this trua story snblimar than any thin litoraturatells of the heroism of Sir Uitllnhad or the CU1T Does not this plain recital ofa dauntlefs sonl which singlehanded and with broken sword fought Death and wonstir the sluggish blood of your easy life Y Ami shall it not make you all ashamed of tho revilings of your lot your complainings and tb loss of InpeY WINCiEJIERLeader and Repeater SMOKELESS POWDER SHELLS Carefully inspected shells the best com binations of powder shot and wadding loaded by machines which give invariable results are responsible for the superiority of Winchester Leader and Repeater Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells There is no guesswork in loading them Reliability velocity pattern and penetra tion are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments Do you shoot them If not why not They are YHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT tlLoFvLWg rt = sjiws j2 iilicut TI1 tn A DAILY PAPER FREE I Well not exactly free but the thing to it What do you think of this offer The Breckenridge News and the- CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW For only S15O A Year This ollcr is open for a limited time only Vc cant tell how long wo shall have an opportunity to jive you such a bargain so come early Pay up YOI1I arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year of itTho CHICAGO NATIONALS DAILY REVIEW is a phe nomenal success It is a fourpage sevencolumn paper prntccl in largo typo 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 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS und other ncslaboveLheREVIEW is published every week day in the year and contains all the news thats remembering It has a complete market report excellent readingmatter for the family condensed and readable reports of the worlds news and every day gives its readers a Magazine Article by one of the high class special writers on its stall Remember that the regular price of the CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is One Dollar per year For a limited timo only all now subscribers to the BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS who pay a year in advance and nllold subscribes who pity arrearages and a year in advance can get tho REVIEW for only 50 cents additional wait now is the time to get a Good Daily IIDont for the smallest price ever offered SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY = Jumps in Cistern and Drowns Stithton Ky 20Mrs Hattie yeager years of age and member one the best families erysipelas nursing darkness next Think worth Meade county committed suicide las night by jumping into a cistern at he home Her body was found by he husband shortly after midnight AyersPll1sWant beautiful brown or rich black Use ItatDYE Ien B r a M pj THE Open Door to Succes- sSOUTHWEST ARKANSASTho AntlRenters State One if the most resourceful tilt InlulI fllJYulItlh Of the total acreage now = under cultivation Tlmusuntlsuf free liorwstooils still inure thousands of unliiitirovvd furtns fur sale at riuiruously low prices Tho Widest Open Door of Them All munsirountry to llTe= In coal rich In oil rloh In timber rich In suit No land In America better worth having and holdl- nltOKLAHOMAhTho What Next Torrltory Nearly lulfmll acres more to be opened this year Only a lease this ilnx but a lease In the Southwest IIs a foot hold write fr llii tritid literature and reformation regnKtlDfr low rates ItVst m rtehe NT red ird Tuesdays of month Full request IL 4fJ To CaliforniaI Leaves St Louis every night 841 p in Through and rough Springfield Wichita and Kl Paw to Los Angeles A Tourist car is a thoroughly comfortable TouristPullman sleeping car with berth rates hnlf the tistml prico RatasCarSeptember 15th to October atlt IFurII further information write m faA HILTON General Passenger Agent Frisco System SI Louis i I I ttI DR MOFFE7T Infanium Diarrhoea Dysentery the Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Aids Digestion Rcgubtts the Bowels the Child and MAKES CFEETHHGPOWDSRSI TEETHING EASYp- asts Only 25c at Druggists or mail ZX C J1IOFFETT M D St Louis 0o Vtothcr no longer but save the health and life of your child as thousands have done by giving those powders TEETHINA Is easy given and Conies the effects of heat upon teothingchlldronJJ r SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST AMn FASTEST LINES From LEXINGTON AND LOUISVILLE To ST LOUIS AND THE WESTt Two Trains Daily as Follows Leave fexinglon 610 am Louisville pmII a In carta Through without IenIHe Leave Lexington 530 p m Louisville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 732 n iu Carrying free chair cars nod Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 East Main street Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Avenue LouisvilleKy- or Union Depots S600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presentsrnnginj from 100 to 20 amounting to in all There will he four general presents of 100 511 30 and 20 and sixteen pre sents of 30 and 320 to be given in the stoles of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and The plan is fair anp simple Write to the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free yi x nrrr or DRUGGISTS oa mix co luunu u II each information I jIOII LEE McOUIRIii Ilittle Rock Ark Cincinnati I mEJI tSE2a runs Mi Cures Cholera and Jtgf Strengthens to Hesitate quickly tho summer recliniiiK 600 Alabama uc on O P A 1 U P A O t t tb p r 4 LOW SETTLERS RATEST- O POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first anti third Tuesdays of each mouth round trip tickets will bo sold lo poihts in South east Missouril Arkansas Louie turn runtI Texas ttt rate of QUO fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going 1 trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars anti parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the cherry lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps timetable y and informa5r rv about nujag etc LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Cjlt Route Cincinnati O To Treat Patients in Tents Tho Kentucky AntiTuberculoain society has decided to treat patients intents nnd a large tarn will be purch used immediately for that purpose All patients who are physically able wilt be made to lure in tents all the yearState Fair Great Success Lexington Ky Sept 22Time State Fair is a howling hurrahing success iu every WRY Yesterday all attendance records were broken The spacious grounds were packed all day with the greatest concourse of people that has ever gathered on it at I1nY4i time in its whole history with the p able exception of Bryan Day in 1800 The exhibits are said to be the robjjever gotten together in the State 1 1yyt rN 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS j JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 u your or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS ovor five linos charged for at tho rate of i 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charted for at tho rate of 5 cents per line MoneyII in advance I = =Examine the liibol on your paper If it is not correct pleas usWhen ordering It obango in tho address subscribers should give their old ns well as tho new addr- essTWELVE = c C = = coc PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 FKKQUKXT null constant advertising brought mo all I ownA T Stewart LAND around Irvington Is not going for a song A fortyacre tmct near town was rojoctotl at 40 per acre only lust weak wrate again plucodundel obligations to our old friond CoIII Bert Cunningham for two of the finest watermelons of the season Bryan und Watterson and Tnrvin and James these four nod no more are getting together to steer the Democratic ship into port in 1908 I Ax editor of a country weekly in Pennsylvania has just died leaving an estate of 17000 in cash Who says running a country newspaper doesnt pay 1 j TOM TAOOAKT it is said is now in Now York in grout distress I lie isI trying to find out why he did not got nil the money that WIlSjj promised him in the last campaign I TUB Russian crop report shows a loss in tho whont crop of 180 1 ii 1000 bushels and a loss in the rye crop of 300000000 bushels as ciap red with the crop of HUH TilE alfalfa train will be here next Friday night and stop over with us We want H lot of farmers to come in and stay over night with the party and get an idea of how to make hay TIIK Brecken ridge News and the Chicngo National Daily Review OiM year only 150 This oiler is made only for a short time and if you want it you had bettor send in at once I A WANT Ai inserted in our want column will help you sell your form your slock your wheat your corn or any thing you have to ell It helps others Why not let it help you XKW tJ HUSKYS income tax on corporations for 1905 will be JI032327 provided all the corporations my the taxes assessed against them by the state This tax will bo paid by more than 10000 eo1I Portion A KANSAS editor says the real octopus is the country newspaper trust ItI trusts everybody gets cussed for trusting mistrusted for cussing and if it busts ay trusts it gets cussed for bustingKan sas City JournalJ THOMAS J Joihv Howioyviile in speaking of fruit trees says that ho bus a pear tree on his place less than two years old and this season it has finer pears on it than ho has ever seen lie bought the trees from our nurseryman W S Ashby Tin new parlor curs on the Henderson Route are coming in for their share compliments from the traveling public They are sure J ly things of beauty and a joy to the weary traveler They are cozy and homelike there is nothing small about the Henderson Route management when it comes to providing for the comfort of their patrons Do you know that this is one of the most popular lines that runs into Louisville TIIK Democratic campaign committee is spreading the news that they have 5000 in cash to buy votes Boss Milt says any time ho wants tho county to go Democratic all he has to do is to put up thoI money and she rocs his way This county have Roosevelt a majority Nowin order to turn the tide to Democracy 200 votes will have to bo gotten some wnor olhorr dont boloivo that there are 200 voters in this good county who can be bought like sheep oven if there fife men moan enough to buy thorn tj Is your farm kept clean and cleat of weeds This is an evidence of a good humor and shows that he is uptodate that ho has pride inI his work und in his farm It snakes a line impression on tho stranger who passes by It pays to keep tho weeds down any how Every weed that is allowed to grow on the farm or in the garden takes just that much nutrition from the soil that goes into tho production of tho nacOfssaries and comfort of life Now is a good time to make war on tho weeds und insist that your neighbor docs the same thing OVK of the best equipped printshops in Louisville is that of the Evening Post We dropped in the other day and wo thought we had1 got into tho wrong shop so out of the order was it compared to the old stylo print shops It was more like a city national bank with its mahogany desks and counters its plato glass front nncl large and airy offices Each department has its quarters and the heads of departments with their help are nicely installed with all tho modern equip ments of an uptodate ofiico It has a business air about it that at tracts and a homelike air that makes you feel like you were glad yo dropped in It is not only in tho business department that this air prevails but in the editorial rooms upstairs whore everything is iinI keeping with the downstairs departments Hero is tho editorin chiefSroom so cozy and nice and orderly an inspiration for the editor who nobly fights tho battles of the great common people fromI day in and day out spreading the gospel of truth and light And you 4 slip from the editorial rooms to the mechanical department Hero tho same high order of light air and convenience prevails Hero are tho typesetting machines the stones for the makeup men with all tho latest laborsaving devices for handling a great newspaper The Evening Post and its homo is a credit to its builders and to the city of Louisville HOW FARMING PdrS Some people think farming doesnt pay in this country But it docs pay and pays better than bank stock Jesse Herndon has a 10000 farm and it will pay him this year more than ten pet cent on his investment besides his lliving The following items represent sales made on his place this year The amounts show the not profit above cost 7 head of mules cost 5075 profit over last year S 18500 89G pounds of wool 11400 75 lambs 28500 1050 bushels of wheat at 90 cents 94500 Other stock and pasture 8850 100 bushels orchard grass at 140 per bushel 22100 Profit on thirtyfive head of cattle including calves of this years crop 20000 Hay 4000 45 acres of corn 80 bushels per aero at 40 cents 54000 Total receipts U2150 Loss cost of labor etcII 50000 212150 These are tho net receipts and do not include anything consumed on tho farm for livingI expenses If those were counted in they would to nt least 500 more Then counting Mr Herndons time at say 1000 for the year this would make his net income 1121 50 making a little above ten per cent on his investment Mr Herndon has kept an itemized account of his receipts and expenditures for the entire year just what every farmer should do if ho would know what he is doing It is a good thing to have in hand in ease a man wants to sell his farm You can show just what your place is producing and set the price accordingly In the case of Mr Ilorndon he hind a customer for his farm and set thejprico at 11000 but when he looked over his books and saw what he was doing he found that it was paying him a bettor per cent than most anything he could invest inso he raised the price He found that he had about the best thing he could get in the way ofn good investment anda money maker partners who have good farms in good neighborhoodsi with rood markols for their products dont know how well off they are until they investigate and compare their business with other lines p crJ 4Ty 411 rII aWI I 125LOUIsYILLE I B i I VIA T- HEHENDERSON ROUTE Sunday October 1st TRAINS LEAVE 1 CLOVERPORT 507 A M and 952 A M RETURNING LEAVE LOUISVILLE 455 P M and 900 P M I For Full Information ask the Agent v p J JT 417MIAMN- 11NeNNNN1NNNNee1e01N11NNN11NN N1 JZS1OO ROUND TRIP i FROM ALT e IiIi Z BRANCH POINTS to LOUISVILLE i I WeekEnd Excursion iII- Z I- via the i HENDERSON ROUTE ii- I i- ON iii 30 Ii i Saturday Sept iiSPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES t FORDSVILLE 630 A M i HARDINSBURG 814 e IRVINGTON 910 1l1AKINO STOPS AT ALL INTERMEDIATE POINTS Returning Leaves LOUISVILLE at 600 P M For Full Information ask the Agent + 4 + + uThe new pattern hats at Miss Judith Millers millinery store are in the latest styles Pattern hatsstylish and uptodate Miss Judith Miller Miss Benola Hull has returned from a visit at Calhoon i M Firstclass fancy sign painting done by Iiilbon Sm th Try him New pattern hats just received from Louisville and Cincinnati Miss Judith Millers millinery store Dr W L German ot Louisville was in the city several days last week 1 REPUBLICAN NOMINEE MORRIS ESKRIDGE Candidate for County Judge i 1JHECKKNKIDGE COUNTY Your vote find Influence solicited and will bo appreciated Subscribe for the News FOR SALE J Celebrated Spadin Seed Wheat Makes 25 bushels to the acre and the Fertilizer that makes it Y j =m HERBERT BEARD HARDINSBURG KY li 1 h z II40 A Itd i ItMJt4rlil ldY i IPM1 1ls IIM AMMAN1 SON IIFuneral Directors and Embalmers i IIFUR TRE Wilson Standard and White IIWheeler MACHINES- AI Good 5Drawor Drophead Machine guaranteed for 5 years only 1298 Graphophonos 10 20 30 and 100 IIColumhin 25c 10 20 and 30 Records 35c From 100 to 500 Assorted Records in stock Mattresses 125 to 1200 each I Pillows 90c to 325 per pair Genuine Wolshbaeh and Lindsay Gas Burners complete I with Mantles and Opal Globes only 85c lInnt- lfcalOe 15c and 25c Picture and Window Glass Music by the 30 Edison Phonograph all tho time Como to sect us lailorders given prompt attention M HAMMAN SONC- LOVERPORT KY to 1Af VJ r TELEPHONE GROWTH ft r Jjj Tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has issued x statement of its business for the month of August and the increase j x in tho number of subscribers is shown as follows W Number subscribers August 1st 1906 131354 Number added during month 3754 Number discontinued 2963 T Net increase 791 1 1 bI7 7 7r I WIRE FENCING BUILDING MATERIAL Just received car load of American Wire which wo are offering at lower prices than ou competitors Buying in car load lots FenceII us tho advantage of the largest discount trade and wo propose to share this with our tomers s Wo have on hand a good secondhand wagons and buggies which cusIIwill trade for any kindof live stocK Wo carry a complete stock of Hardware Building Material Lumber Shingles etc I IOur Prices Are The Lowest 11COWLEY SIMMONS IRVINGTON KENTUCKYl L 1 rFlour and Produce Barrels I PointII have opened a Cooper shop at West I Ky and am prepared to furnish barrels in g- E quantities Send mo your orders E L IIFIH KAYE WEST POINT- KENTUCKY 9 r fit Intls Pills manydays j whatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHE 6causethe food to assimilate and nour i appetiteiDEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugnI coated Yale No Substitute The Breckenridge News 0 WEDNESDAY September 1001 Bolted meal per bu 85 cts at Julian BrownsDavid J Stay was up from OwensbDro SundayGolden t Crown flour 00 otn at Julian Browns Chas Fallon way in Louisville Fri day on a business trip 1 rown Gold Dust Hour 00 cts ntJullian sIMiss Judith Miller returned Saturday jun Cincinnati Fred Fraizo returned Thursday iron a business trip to Cincinnati Clover Leaf flour 85 cts at Julian 1 BrownsChas Furrow and Jesse Bolilcr were at Hawesville Monday Snow Flake flour 55 cts at Julian 1 Browns Fine photographs by Cottroll Oel7III bailing Won street Best old corn pHI bu CO cts at Jul lian Browns- T J Moore and BC Murray were down from Hardiusbnrg Soturdnyr I Crushed turn per 100 lbs1O0 at p Jullian Browns Miss Lula Owen returned Saturday from a visit to point in llIchigaut Buy your buggies and wagons from Julian Brown- Photographs 100 per doz up at 1 Cottrells for thirty days Dont delay Buy your chilled plows and have them guaranteed by Julian Brown t Miss Pauline Moorman arrived from Elizabethtown last week to atttnd school here Best timothy sued per bu 180 at Julian Browns mmett Gregory was here from Fen y Friday iho guest of his mother Mrs Lucy Gregory I Hst red top seed per lb 7j ctsjU Julian Browns Mlt Miller Democrntio candidate for sheriff was down from Hardins burg Thursday While the Dimples are deep have the little onos picture made Cottrells photograph gallery Oelzo building Miss Lillio Moredock of Louisville arrived Wednesday to visit her aunt il Mrs J H Wills Miss Clara Dyer came up from Phil pot Saturday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs JT Dyer Mr and Mrs F A Damewood of Shenandoah Iowa have been visiting P D Plank and family Mrs H H Van Dyke returned Monn day to Louisville after a visit to Misses Eva and Eliza May Mrs C E Lightfoot returned Fri day from a three weeks visit to her father E Hambleton at Sorgho Mrs Edward Gregory was at AddiII son Wednesday and Thursday theII guest ot her sister Mrs Dan BnrksII Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Glen dcane arrived last week for a visit to her cousin Miss Kathermo Moorman c J G Harris returned Thursdays from a trip to Montreal New YorKJJ Men of oah1 1 Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the right stuffII II Men of oakare men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound j est materials 4 J Childhood is the time to layII the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for year Scotts Emulsion is the rights stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates d the growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdyconsti I tution Send for free sample SCOTT dt BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 500 and 100 all drucrglsts k city and other northern and eastern citiesMrs F M Eades and cousin Mrs W E Harris came up from Owens bozo Wednesday to visit Irs Fannie Lishen Mr and Mrs Conrad Simons and daugther Miss Leona of Tcbineport were the guests ot Miss Eva May last Wednesday Have the little ones picture made Dont put it off until they leave their baby beauty or Cottrell JIs gone Now is the tithe 3en and Mrs IU R Murray and little daughter Mildred of Hardins burg were the guests of Mr and M rs Fred Ferry last Wednesday Mrs E H Kingsnury returned Sunday to Rivervlew nfior n weeks visit to Mr and Mrs threeII Kingsbnry and Mrs Alonzo Miss LelR Honly returned Wednesday to Pewee Valley to resume her duties as hostess at the Confederate Horne after a visit to Dr and Mrs R L NewsomGeo Wendflken was at home from Louisville where he has a positirn as machinist with tho LouisvUL ifc Nashville railroad from Friday until MondayMrs Rebecca Hamsner and grand daughter Mary Rebecna Ditto of Decatur Ill and Miss Addle G Ditto of Louisville were the guests of Mrs J U Babbage from Friday until Sunday Chas Cottrell of Pensucola Flu has opened his photograpn gallery in the Oelze building on Wall street and is now ready to mako your picture Mr Cottrell does only tirstolass work and insures satisfaction If you want your clothes cleaned find pressed call on Walter Eorline door to Dr R L JSiewsoms office He is going to Franklin on October 10 and will oe back October 50 Got yiur work done before he leaves Mi sdumes A B and C B Skill returned Friday from a visit to Mrs Walter Sherman at Toledo Miss Evelyn Young arrived Friday from Morgautield to visit her sister Mrs U 13 Skillnmn Lawrence Murray was in Owensboro the first of the seen r Mr and Mrs J S Younger scent Sunday at Irvington Ruby Hughes Hook is visiting her aunt Mrs P j Herrmann at Toll City lesso Owen who is traveling in the South arrived Saturday lot a visit to his parents Dr anti Mrs J TOwon Miss Nannif Collins went to Horned Monday OASTOnJAdears The Kind You Have Always Bought tbod i = ti LOCAL BRIEFS N J The laying of a new floor in the driveway of the bridge over Clover creek was completed Friday District Road Supervisor le N Harris who superintended the work says that a ow floor will be told in the two walk ways in two or three weeks Judge N McC Mercer and Gen D R Murray of Hnrdinshurg were here Thursday taking depositions beforo V Q Babbage In a laud suit Between Neil BurlC and the Mason heirs of Hancock county Rev and Mrs P L King and children left Saturday morning for Oweusboro whence Mr King went to Leitobtiold to attend the Loulbville conference of the M E church South which convenes there today Mrs King and children will visit her aunt Mrs Melville Eskridge until after the conference Mr King will return hero for a few days after the closo ot tho conference before leaving for the appointment ho reo ceives o W B Tanl of Mattingly brought a veal to the News office Monday that weighs ono and a half pounds 4 June Wendelken goes to Louisville this week to attend the medical de partment of the Kentucky University It will make the fourth year he has given to tho study of medicine Part of tho time he attended a medical school at St Louie For several months he bas been practicing hero Dr A A Simons and has- hown himself to be a physician and surgeon of more than usual ability for the time ho has devoted to study and practice His family will be with nim in Lomsville 4 An unmanageable cow belonging to Gard Agnew the bntcher attracted much attention in the West End Monday afternoon The animal refused to be led and lay down and when a fire was built under her she still refused to move It was necessary to pat her in a wagon and haul her 7 m mDRIj R Representing P KEENE TAYLOR KEENE ID r 1 I DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO m J JWill be In Dr Llchtfoots oJflof nlweek out of faihincnth prepared tu i 1 f watt on all wishing highI Class In Y 1I ICIDatei T City Assessor Patterson is busy performing tiI unties of his office this week Mrs Henry Glbbs went to Louis ville Sunday and was operated 011 yes terday at Norton nlntirmlClY The oper ation was successful and her condition is improving V G Mabbage will attend toe Lcuisville conference of the Methodist church nt Loitchiield this weak as one of the four delegates troin the jOwensboro district The members of the Presbyterian church will glve u Larkin SouP social1 in the neai future The J T Polk companys branch canning factory made the last run ot tho year Thursday Not as many tomatoes were canned thin year as were last owing to the shortage in the crop though the acreage was larger The unusually wet weather during the summer caused the blooms to drop oil and scalded the tomatoes After they had ripened 1 John Blythe has bought Wallaco Chvycombs farm near Irvington 4 Miss Ray HeyEer entertained inform ally Saturday evening in honor of Miss Emnn Lou Moorman ot Glen dean who nas been visiting relatives here It The Henderson Homo 1pay twin was here yesterday 4 J C Weatherholt is Improving his lot west of T V Sawyers wall paper store Old Veteran HhelllllR tic Cote is guaranteed to cure rheumatism only Try a nine days treatment If out nino days treatment does not COle A second nine days treatment will For sale by A R Fi her Cloverport Ky You need not suffer longer with Filh1Hment of Oltt Veteran Rheumatic Care Manufactured and guaranteed by the Old Veteran Rheumatic Jure Co in corporated at Adairville Ky Old Veteian Rheumatic Curt iis rec ommended for the cure of rheumatism only Cull on your druggist for a nine dasI treatment which is guaranteed to euro Price 100 TARPORK Mrs Baum is quito ill Mrs Mary Dunn is worse again Mr and Mrs T U Ryan went to Kirk Friday- J 13 Bates of McQaady was hero Thursday and Friday Little Eva Burdette is slowly recov ering from an attack of typhoid fever Mrs Sue Quisenberry is with ner daughter Mrs Waller Wilson near MoQnady Mr and Mrs O W Rico and Miss Beulah Rice attended the dedication at BlaoK Lick church Mrs O W RICO and son Ernest were in Cloverpcrt Friday and made o visit to Mrs Geo Harris Mrs Rico also spent one day recently with her sister Mrs Will Pate In Clover port Dr Walker Custer Oct 345 Dr W A Walker of Hardnsbnrg will he at Custor October 845 to do dentil work A MfiTMehuiiw Mine Mewsihnimi Is inlneil like coal said a pipe dealer It U a soft soap like stone niul In Asia Minor Its min ing 1It an important industry The crude iiKerHchuiiin iavtfitlled liafntasli It 1st yellowish white In color and a red clay lout or akin envelops It The blocks cost from 25 to JOO a curt load Xhey are soft enough to cut with a knife These l lojks In sunmuT ure dried by exinwure to time sun In winter a heated nmiu Is necessary IM nally the ineeiyohaum blocks are sort ed Into twelve grades wrapped in cot ton and packed in cases with the greatest cure The bulk of all this meer schaum BOW to Vienna There the best pipe makers In the world live Philadelphia Itulletin I llula Quaint Humor Charles Luinb once said that he bated a cellulllllll111 Do you know him Lamb was askedNo ho answered Let me Introduce you to him wild Lambs friend No responded Lamb humorously for If I shall know I1lmI am sure I shall stop hating him Philadelphia North American + 1 I WantS I Advertisements Inserted under tills head at ono cent u word per week 1 Fon SALE FOR SALE farm containing 700 acres mllps 8011111 of Irvington un the L IIV Hi L It H 400 acres In high state of rultl vutlon WO acres well ttlmborod wnrly ill of wlilcli is lino laud mid Ululile one largo stock burn ono almost now frumo tolxireo burn 40 xiO tbest watered idiut In Kentucky all necnsaryouthulidhlgs will soil part or all ll E Drury lluwlcyvllle Ky rou SAM ONE pair of toad work horses 10 years old Wilson and hurncHH all laps noOsliiipe Also one pair of heavy mules U years old lit hands JlurchaslrInmonths Trams win 1w seen at Cunrordlii Ivy l or ruUllr Information address Thomas Pinltli Stfplienitport Ky u FOR SALE PRINTING irenes and utLing machines lot of good Laundry inuclilnrtf OUH01lnoRnltlnMAH1JN StreotIonlllIIeIPOll HAIKTUTIOXI C Rlt7i EICATE poll SA JPTuILlon CertllKateln llr not C lIlelIoronrlnge News CIoverp irt Ky Fun JEIXIFun PA rRSwlm I IC phis broil from and dam regimerod liy L It Sliver V Co registered In American Stork Assoclaton Also a lot of pure fired Unlit Ilruhinii rrolnCI asfollowswheatbinderthatonlyeutM good as new and In good running order hutlittleI IIIIYfjrallAIo1WTab=Iron SALEHLACKSMITII 5110- 1FOR n SALE A goal IttrttklUlth IOhud and rdlocathuterms apply to or write leo IPIIIUI Hewley vllleMvy HENDERSON ROUTE NOTESI Pall Races Sept lI6Octobcr 7 3x115 round trip Cloverport to Louia vlle and return on Sept 17 to JO in elusive good returning 51 days front date of salo Alto Oct 1 to Oct 7inclusive good returning Oct 9 One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third ruowlnyt each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which honieseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 IgO1 L II Si L TIMt FABLE EAST RODND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Clovorport 507 AMI stops at west 1ont only nrrlv 08 at Louisville 15A11- No 4G1elly Midland Kx press 1 oaves Clo arrives 05A AI stops at all way stations LouUvlllulStK p In Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves CIII Turport 44x p m stops itt all way stations east of Clovtrport except Mystic arrives at LoalBYllle 725 Ip m Train No45 Dally Cloverport aooom mo dutton arrives Cloverport H90 pm WEST HOUNP No 47 Dally C overport accomiMKlHllor leaves CloverlwrtsOarin arrives Evans rlllnl 800 am expressleavesIJawosvllle I vlsiort Miiuoo Owenslioro Stanley lint tsl1It JIllIhnOIl and Ev unsvlllt nrrln St IvOUlsTiJO p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rlvos Clovorport 735 p m Evansvlllu 1030- p tn Mops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 11 00 111 arrives Evunsvllle L35 A M St Louis 740 A 5L stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville and St Louts Fordsville Branch EAST ROUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves bordsvlllc 430 a m arrives Irvington 840 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords Ule 320 pm arrives Irvington 5L0 p m Train No 0 Sunday only fordsvllloO30 a m Irvlngton 003 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 a m UTlves Kordsvlllu 245 pmTrain No 5 Dtlly loaves Irvington 050 p m arrives Fords vine 023 D rut Resulutions of Respect The following resolutions of respect on the death of William H Cain Sr were read told adoptea by the Bewley villo Methodist church and Sunday school Whereas it has please cur Heav enly Father to remove from onr midst by death our beloved brother William H Cain Sr who for nearly fifty five years has served this church faithfully as class leader mid we as members or the Bewloyvillo Methodist church and Sunday school feel deeply our preat loss at his removal from us therefore bo it Resolved That in the death of Brother Cain the cnurch hills lost one of her most fnithful sell sacrificing and conscientious members who by his long services and the faithful dis charge of his duties as class leader has written his name in imperishable letters upon the top of the first page in the history of this church U That as a teacher of female Bible class No1 his presence and influence will bo greatly missed and that as un evidence of our apprecia Lion of his long and faithful services in this branch of church work we owe a tribute to his meraorya liower to his grave 3 That as an evidence or our love i MEET ME AT NOL- TESNights I The Cool and Mornings Indicate that heavier Bedding will be in 7 order If not already fixed let us supply the needs in BLANKETS and COMFORTS New Fall Goods arriving daily and we are ready for the Seasons changes NEW FEATURES IN Dress Goods and Silk Waistings We are at Your Service Command Us J C Nolte Bro I Cloverport Ky I rte= M A FEAST I MJ Cadick Milling woe GRANDVIEW 3 AAAAOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAeeeWatch 3 3 3 3 Blacksmiths Wagon makers 3 3 Carpenters Tinsmiths Etc 3 a 4 = Bring us your wagons your iplows your buggies and t- I horseshoeing We are sil j = uersmiths but guess we can d aleastie IT IS AS REASONABLE FOR Iti tA SILVERSMITH TO SHOE 33YOUR HORSE AS FOR A BLACKSAUTH TO FIX YOUR E 3 WATCH = 3 E 33YES BRING US YOUR = 3 MACHINESCC 4 e 3 TiC LEWIS SON I YOUR JEWELERS I HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY e TYY YYYYYVYYYYYYYYY YYYYY YY t cad appreciation for our dear broth er for his long and faithful services and for his purity of character we feel that this church owes It to her self to place upon her own records some evidence of the esti mation in which he is held 4 That as a citizen wo have Ilost a noble character an honest modest unassuming titan who brought to tho discharge of his duties an unfailing great and unflagging Industry and tin aggressivei and spotless integrity 5 That as a further token of our love mind respect for our dear brother the secretary of our chn ch and Sun day school be and is hereby author ized to place these resolutions upon our church and Sunday school records teeling no apprehension that posterity will depreciate or underes timate the exalted virtues wo know him to possess 0 That we tender our heartfelt sympathy TO tho bereaved family and commend them to Him who will comfort and heal their brOKen hearts litA Foote 1 Susan O Haulaway Committee Laura L Buth J Sept 21 1005 IS MADE better by good bread On the poor mane table good bread Is a 1 necessity CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR makes good bread Thats why so many people use It year after year They hove learned by experience of Its sterling worth If you do not already use it get r sock at onoe Youll be surprised at the results It gives IND emliirlng resolution l 11t1 t T E carefully safeguard Ij1 V V the interests of our customers Moreover I we frequently do it un known to them as oppor R tunities often come to us in ccnfidentL ways xxLET I US IIAVEss YOUR BUSINESS llAll business entrusted to Jt tus will receive prompt and t careful attention Highest tjjrate of interest paid on time m- ifjififdeposits 11 m INHUUKDAGA I N iH rff mJOSS m KIIIK AND r 11- jg HUUnLAKV 11- j eONSmtyy j P VATIVK JIKKrrOHS T1hif11f11f11- I i 11- 1l I CIEXT OKFICKUH r jlr 1 Bank of Cloverport 7171Cloverport Ky II- a I t = r1a 8IJIJ New PhotographGallery C G BRABANTUU PIlOTOtJRAPIIERM M r From Owensboro opened up a I nice gallery opposit the post office in Cloverport All kinds of photographic work done in artistic style1 PRICES MODERATE =ZlII eltHarry Newsom left Monday for Cincinnati ta re enter the Cincin nati School of Art Ho was nccoiuua nifcd as far ah LoniNvillH by his grand mother Mrs R L Newiom Mrs Ella La Ntavo returned Sunday from a sanitarium at Louisville whtre she had been for several weeks Tho Republicans of this district will meet next Saturday in mass con s vention and nominate candidates for magistrate and constable To Cure a Cold in One Day fe11roDays f Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH on every Seven MDlion boxes sold In past 1 2 months HflS Signature t9 cQ Yl rba2S t 1 I ur tr g Ps3TtS51wMrn T r F Via r r r a r xN i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September27 1005 j MANY CHANGES PREDICTED In Appointments at Conference That Meets at Lcltchfleld Today The Louisville conference of the Methodist Episcopal church South which convened at Leitchti ld today will undoubtedly Vw an occasion o r more than usual interest The conference numbers about two hundred ministers and nearly fifty lay uiernbon In addition to this there will bo enough visitors and preachers wives to make an attendance of fully three hundred so that the little city of Leitchtield will bo taxed tr the utmostBishop A Coke Smith of NorfolK I Va was appointed to preside over the conference but ho has been seri ously ill for two months past and hiu place will be taken be Bishop W A Chandler of Atlanta ia This will be the first turn that Bishop Chandler lias ever presided over the conference and there is much curiosity anion preachers to see and hear him He i one of the great preachers of the South and those Who hour him att Leltchneid art not likely ever to forget hs sermon Dr J J Tigert of r Nashville is secretary of the body Knowing outs say that there will be many changes in the appointment of the preachers at this conference There are alwaye a number of changes but this year there are about ten men who art compelled to WOe because they hart served out the time limit To provide places for ten must will move ten other men and when the ball once gets in motion there is no telling where it will stop During the conference all the important Boards will hold their moot jags The Board of Education the Board of Cnnrcb Extension the Board of Missions the Sunday School Board aid the Joint Board of Pinanoe all hate important functions and will meet during the session of the confer once The meeting or the annual confer Huoe it always a great time with the Mi tnodiits It IN the end of their fiscal yar and it iit a time of settling all the financial affairs of the church It is becoming to be a matter of honor with the Methodist people to meet all their claims in fall There ale many Methodist chartlife throughout the South that are supporting a mission ary ib addition to their other ezpen WAS A VERY SICK BOY Bu Cured By CkamberMit Colic Cholera AM Diarrhoea Remedy When my Ny was two years old he Lad u very severe attacK of bowel complaint but the use of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Aeusdy we brought him out nil right to BajsJdBgKie Hichox of Mid land Mich This remedy can be depended upon in the most severe ianes Sven cholera iqtaiituiu is cured bv it follow the plain printed directions Had a cure is certain For sale by Snort fit Haynes Federal Court Convenes Oct 9 The full term of the United States Court for the Wetern district of Ken tucky will begin October 9 The Feet e nl grand jury will he impaneled Oc tober 10 Like Plmllng Money Iiu 3ing health is like finding money so thinK those who are sick When you have a cough cold soru throat or Ohest irritation bettor act promptly like W C Barter of Sandy Level Va Ho says I had a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke anti coal dust on my lungs hut after finding no relief in other remedies I was cur 0 ed by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption CougbS and Colds Greatest sale ot any cough or lung medicine in the world At Short Haynes drug store 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free No More Trains Stoned A Louisville paper stated last week that n urly every night passenger train that has passed through Stephen sport this month has been stoned This statement is an exaggeration and an injustice to that community A tele phone message to Stephensport lust week elicited the reply that as far as Known thore only two trains have been stoned and those were on August a and 8 Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered uotno years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blindbleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases lDeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless coon terieits Ask for DeWIttft the gen- Uine Soul by All Druggists REGISTRATION DAY TUESDAY Grounds For Registering at County SentImportant Event As stated last week next Tuesday will be registration day for the voters in every incorporated town in the county and thn polls will be open from Oa m to 9 p mtho officers appointed for the Novem n holding the registration in their re rotfin November will be entitled to reg istration A registration certificate will bo required of every voter in the Novembar election and registration1t is therefore quite an important event As prs339 mist vote in tin same precinct in which they art registered there will be a discount on movin between this and the first Tuesday iin November The mon who moves forfeits his right to vote and not only his individual inclination to protect ojhis right of suffrage will operate against his moving bnt party mann gers will look after him to prevent the loss of a vote to the party In spite of all this however there willI Precinctsto another It is history in some places that the registration list iis longer than the polling list Toere will also be a supplemental registration on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Immediately preceding the November election but this willI be the case only in the clues As there isI only one regular registration day in incorporated towns it behooves citizens to attend to this important duty on that day If a voter is absent from his homo town or ill on registration day he eau register by going before tne county clerk and making a sworn statement to that effect In ease of illness he must get a certificate from the attending physician Tne days lor registering before the county clerK nre Monday Tuesday and Wednes day pieoedmg the Novembei election On payment of fifty cents the voter will receive his certificate of registra Lion Cured of Bright Disease JeoA Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence Co N Y writes I ha kidney disease for maoy years and hadl been treated by physicInns for twelveI years had taken a well known kidney medicine and other remedies were recommended hat got 00 until I begun using Foleya Kidney Cure The first half bottle relieved me and four bottles have oared me of this terrible disease Before I beganI taking Koleys Kidney Care I had to make water about every fifteen minutes day and night had pasted a brick dast substance and sometimes slimy substance I believe I would have died if 1 bud not taken Foleya Kidney Core Sold by A R Fisher Learn to Think Up To Date Farming The general government appropriate almost 8000000 for the Deportment of Agriculture How much of this is wisely expended 200000 of it is for the distribution ot rare and valuable tcOOtll1to the greatest humbug of the ago tl3U000 is for collecting agricultural statistics We assume trop re porting is included in this item This is to enable the gamblers to skin the taruiers Tu thousand dollars for tor eign marKets Yet the foreign markets are constantly closing against you because the department dont under stand the first principle of reciprocity as it affects agricultural interests These things and others in the de partment are performed under the guise of doing something for farmers and the dupes believed it But you wont believe it any more if you do someI independent thinking for yourselves Given Up to Die B Spiegal 1204 N Virginia St Evansville mad writes For over tivo years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely 1 had three of the best pnysicians who di- Do d no good and was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure wa recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle was entirely cured Sold by A H Fisher Salem Baptists at Wet Point West Point Kv Sept 21The Salem Association or Baptists com prising tho counties of Hardiu and Meade is in session here A number of ministers arc present including Dr Frorsldge of the Baptist Argus R N Pouch of the Western Recorder J A Bennett of Old Ministers Aid of Kentucky and Dr J A Taylor President of Georgetown Col lego Imporant work for the year is before tne association CASTOElXABars theThe Kind You Nato Always BoBjjht 8r 111 WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADE YOUR OWN TOWNI IINBY THIS SIGN YOU MAY KNOW- n THE SINGER STORE WHERE YOU i ASSURED AREjj OFII SOLD OR RENTED AT MAIN STREET CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Hanly Declares War on Gambling Indianapolis Ind Sept 2lGov Hanly hits declared war on the gamb ling cadlnos of West Baden Iud French Lick the most noted in Amer lea Following the assertion that former State Auditor Sherrick hail lost 10000 of the States money at the French Lick casino Cloy Hauly mono the following declaration in his speech at Fort Wayne- If the people of the State will snp port me and 1 believe they will the two Monte Carlos ot Indiana at Franca Lick and West Baden which today disgrace tin state will he closed and permanently closed un- le881 the law of the State as now writ ten proves ineffective This reference to gambling brought an outburst ot applause that drowned the Governors voice In previous remarks he had said that Sherriok s dissiptid tion and gambling and that the orIthe States money on Its board0 hearingfMessrs Ely Bros I commenced using your Cream Baliu about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my beitriug was dnll My hearing has been fully rt stored an 4 my speech hu become ouraL G Brown Grunge U ISIU111eIsneeiing Sold by druggist at SO cte or mailed by lily Brothers 38 Warren St New York Meets at Pewee Valley The Kentucky State Confederate re union will he held at the Confederate Home Pewee Valley Thursday Octo her 21 nt 11 a in The date Jam place have been agreed upon by the four Brgadier Generals of Kentucky The coming reunion is expected to be one of the best attended in some years Each camp in the State has been asked to appoint a sponsor It is believed that all the business of the reunion can be transacted in one day It is easy to relieve a cough or cure a cold after a copious evacutirn of tho bowels Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is tho 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 ot tho throat chest lunga and bronchial tubes The honey bee and the ted clover blossoms is on every bottle of Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar tho Original Laxative Cough Syrup Sold by All Druggists Capt G II Wilson Injured Capt George H Wilson superin tendent of the Louisville and Evans insjured by a fall from tho derrick boat at the foot of State street Tuesday night continues to improve at St E Swards City Hospital in Ntw Al bany and it is expected that he will bo able to return to his home in Louis ville early next week Thursdays Louisville Times- Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines arc those that aid nature Chamuorlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take it when you have a cold and it will allay the cough relieve the lungs aid oxpectoration opera the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have testified to its superior excellence It counteracts any tondenoyof a cold to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 60 cents For sale by Short He Haynes I y 11 FbtD no I FAIR DEALING I OWNIBACKED BY THE SINGER GUARANTEE Newsom at Middletown Central Methodist D wr Central I havo just closed a good meeting with my old friend and schoolmate Rev C A Humph rey at Midtll town Ky I cannot tell how many wree converted 01 reclaim ed but quite a number A class ol fourteen was reeivbd into our church while some will go to other churches Some prominent peonlo were reclaim I ed and some converted- I am at this place with Bro Sony This is my second time hore Crowds are larger than ever before Interest splendid Seay is popular We are looking for groat things Corydon Ky J T Nowsom A cold or cough nearly always pro duces constipation the water allruns to the eyes nose and throat instead of passing out ot the system tluough the liver null kidneys For the want of moisture the bowels become dry and hard Kennedys Laxative Hon ev and Tar is the original Laxative Cough Syrup It meets and corrects the above conditions by noting as- a pleasant nthatric on the bowels ex pels nil colds horn the system and cures U1 coughs scup whooping cough LmGrlppe bronuhitiu etc Sold by All Druggists Barbecue On Second Day A big habrbecne will be given on the second day of the American To bacco Growers convention which meets lit Owtnsbrro on October 18 10 and iiO Twentyfive prominent citizens of Owonsboro will meat the dobtfatos at the trains Tho delegates will be acoored a hearty welcome and will be pleasantly entertained whilo in Owensboro 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 Klote of Edina Mo For any disorder of tho stomach biliousness or constipation these Tablets are without a peer For sale by Snort Haynes American Business Notes New York Sun Tho National Glass Budget of Pitts burg says that moro than 2000 dealers in the United States buy glass iu car loads The orders taken by the United States Steel Corporation in August amounted to more in quantity and value than the orders of any month in tho history of the company exceed ing the previous sigh monthly record by at Mast 25 per cent September orders bid fair to exceed those of AugustOn September 1 oui money in calculation was 3140 per capital the highest yet against 3120 on August 1 3110 ou September 1 1004 and 2900 on September 1 1003 Tho in crease in August was 107007551 and as compared with September 1 1004 it was 03870071 Our exports in July 1005 amounted to 107033000 exceeding July 1004 by 37010000 our imports were 84670000 an excess of 13833000 That months work improved our favorable trade balanco by 0337000 or 373000 tor each of tho twentyHvo working days including the half day Saturdays Including bullion in the Treasury time actual stock of gold money in the United States on September 1 1005 was 1870804314 or 11370 771 more than thirty days previously Increasing our stock of gold money at the rate of nearly 500000 each working day is pretty good American business Gold coin in circulation on Septem ber 1 1005 footed up 058000000 or nearly 7000000 more than on September 1 1004 of which 4887 000 went out In August The general stook of money in cir 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Louisville Omaha and tho Scenic Route every WOOD day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of qrun F W HARLOW D P A Loulsvlrh w t 111 4 1- j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IIMAGAZINE SECTION ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TOP R I NT PART 2 11 VOLVVV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY BDNEgDaY t gEPTEMBER 17 + 1905 rrPreI g NO 1L THE FRUITS OF PEACE JAPAN TO TURN IIER ATTENTION TO ARTS AXD INDUSTRIES Wonderful Performances Following Our Civil War When a Million Men RepeatedJThe great armies of Japan are about to be sent back to the farm the work shop and the marts of trade The pa gan nation that has refused to bow its knee In worship at the foot of the cross Is about to exemplify that prophesy of Isaiah perhaps store fully than has any nation claiming to be guided by the Christian faith shall beat their swords Into 1They and their spears Into hooks nation shall not a sword against nation neither shall they lenrn war any more Such were the words of the prophet spoken during the very period of which tradition echoes the greatness of the Japanese nation Militant Japan passes now declares Baron Kaueko the 1I1mlos representative In the United States and Industrial Japan takes Its place with the coming of peace Within n short time probably in October when the foliage of the rare Japanese gardens Is tinged with yellow at the coming of the frost the scrolls that perpetuate Japanese history will bear n narrative of the grand disband uncut of that army of Japanese soldiers that Las overcome a power supposed by the world at large to be Its superior As soon as the Japanese Government cull make the necessary arrangements that great army of threequarters of a million of men will pass in review through the streets of Tokyo and will Invoke the saute magic spell that made for peace In the review of the Grand Army of the Republic In our own cap tal at the close of the Civil War I Promise of a Great MilitaryPeace Bevlew The Japanese ever ready to adopt the best that exists in foreign lands and with sufficient Initiative and power for Improvement to surpass the people they Imitate may be depended upon to t provide one of the most magnificent 1 spectacles representing a transil tion from war to peace that has t thatthas carried everything t1which has been the wonder of the mili tart powers of the world will soon be marching through the streets of Tokyo amid the plaudits of the populace that has made sacrifices at home as have the warriors on fields of battle where their Russian antagonists have met de feat and humiliation This plan has been udoVigl in a ten tative way by the Japan L Govern meat and is likely to be carried out unless the riotous nuts of the people who Mince been disappointed by what they regard as inadequate compensa Ittlonfor Japan ns stipulated in the terms of pence cause the Government for Iepru entlal reasons to avoid such a demonstration when the great army Iis I cailltnlU display of a mill 1tlll nation chlded as being devoted to a I war for the love of military glory alone takes place on the magnificent scale that many wise statesmen of 111 Japan hope for the army that has raised Japan to the rank of a firstrate I IMISS ROOSEVELT Women like pink but American men prefer blue as a rule in feminine up rpare Miss Alice Roosevelt estub rllIshed herself firmly in Washington last year by appearing in a number of prettily mode gowns of light blue so that Alice blue has become n feature of the department stores Photographsy which have come from the Orient bow i military power is to be disbanded and the soldiers tire to go to their homes Return to the Factory and the Farm The little men who never turned aside in making assaults upon the enemy are to return to the factory tc form with deft lingers those wonderful art treasures that are the pride of cul tured homes the world over to dotetheir genius to the combination of col ors with effects that cause Western ar tists to admire but which they cannot equal The little patient men will gc to their farms and by toilsome effort will make the soil fruitful to a degree that excites wonder In those accus tomed to the broad acres of America The tactful merchants ever polite but capable of sharp ppractice withal are to dispense the wares that come from the loom and the workshops of Japan to all the nations of the earth The Japanese have from the first claimed that their war with Russia has been for the maintenance of their notional Integrity Baron Kancko him self disclaimed the charge u year and a half ago that the Japanese have been bent upon military glory and that their victories would tile their ambition and urge them forward to greater conquests over Western nations from whom they learned the modern arts of war He now scouts the Idea that the Japanese will become the military allies of China for the conquest of the Western world Although they can light the Japanese like the Chinese are peace loving mold the whole trend of the nation Is toward internal development Xow they are to prove to the world that their declarations have not been mere pretence They are to beat their swords into ploughshares mill their spears Into pruning hooks They are to take their place among the Christian nations that have recourse to war only for a Just cause They are to send their envoys to The Hague to woo the Goddess of Peace Last War Loan Unexpended The readiness with which the Japan ese nation Is about to turn to the arts of Industry Is especially notable because of the last loan of S1d00041o made by the Mikado not a dollar has been expended The nation when It agreed to end the war was fully able to continue fighting The masses of the people worked up to a condition of patriotic fervor was ready for the conquest of Russias plains no matter what the cost but those wise states men who have guided the fortunes of the wonderful Island nation have de creed that Japan shall give to the world au object lesson by having the socalled warrior nation In the moment of its military greatness turn away from fields of carnage to promote com mercial greatness and the higher civili zation Electric Railroads in Ireland The introduction of light railways into Ireland has It Is asserted been productive of great benefit to thou sands of farming cottiers enabling them to get better prices for their poultry eggs and pigs while being put to less cost for transport to market Possibly motorwagons calling from farmhouse to farmhouse daily nay be destined to supersede light Hues as feeders of trunk lines as there would be no outlay for permanent way working expenses would neces sarily be much less i ALICE IN BLUE I ever show this Independent youpg lady in the red linen gown which she wore at the Chevy Chase horse show a year ago last May It Is made very simply and loosely without collar the waist being embellished with applique clover- leaves In white satin having stems and outlines In black Possibly the Fili pinos like red better than blue RAILROAD LEGISLATION SEXATOR ELIUS IIEIJEVES IT WILL COJ1ErXT sruMEH Is Willing to Cooperate With Pres ident Roosevelt in Passing Satis factory Measures to Control the Railroads He Outlines His Views Senator Stephen B Elkins of West Virginia In announcing the other day the call for a meeting in Washington on Xevmber lm of the Senae Commit tee on Interstate Commerce said that he was convinced that action on rail road rate legislation at the coming ses sion of Congress was Inevitable and that he would cooperate In passing a bill satisfactory to the President I thing I am Justified said Senator Elkins iu stating that all the Re publican or majority members of the committee have concluded that there must be railroad legislation this win ter The President I understand Is as emphatic as ever In his judgment that the railroad rate and private car line problem must be dealt with de cisively I think there is no doubt that some sort of bill will be passed Quick Work by Committee The committee will not be long In framing a bill as I believe the hull vidual memlHrs have formed definite opinions on what they desire and all that will remain to be done Is to agree on sonic one plan This I think will not require more than two weeks so that when the Senate convenes In De cember a bill will have been framed for presentation to the Senate My idea Is a measure for the ref erence of all rte disputes passenger and freight to a court of interstate commerce to be composed of nine judges one for each judicial circuit of the United States or for such disputes to be referred to the Circuit court judges wthout the creation of a new court Congress at all times Is opposed to the creation of new courts or commissions and for that treason the new court plan would no doubt meet with serious opposition I do not believe that the Inter state Commerce commission should he allowed to deal with the question I would keep that body Intact to dis charge its duties as at present and would not give It time additional work of regulating rites My Idea for the reference for disputed rate matters to the Circuit judges meets with general approval In Washington and I hope to convert the President to my view SENATOR STEPHEN B ELKI S HI would have each Circuit judge try eases which were brought to his atten tion as having originated In his clr cut and would have an appealI court consisting of the other eight Circuit judges who could moment at certain periods of the year to dispose of ap peals their appeal decree to be re viewed only by the Supreme Court of the United States That Idea has ap pealed to Senators and Representa tives conversant with practical rail road affairs as a most sensible feasible tug comprehensive plan This announcement that Senator El Ikins has called a meeting for Novem ber 15 to frame a bill providing for railroad supervision and regulation by the government that he Is convinced that action by the coming Congress Is Inevitable Iud that he will assist In passing a hill satisfactory to the Pres iident Is important and Interesting Taken In Its fullest significance It means that Mr Elklns committee will no longer stand in the way of enact ment of a law that will enforce upon the railroads the application of uni form rates to nil classes of shippers and the discontinuance of secret 11I bates It Is not doubtful that the rail way authorities will welcome an enactment that will enable them to shy to all applicants for special favors tlirft the law 1 Is binding upon them It will be easier for them to conduct business on an even basis when they can Ipoint to the statute as forbidding them from clandestine arrangements Their multitude In regard to the private car lines they disclaiming nay responsibility for tile extortlonte charges made by these lines Is a wholesome sign Committee Has BeenHostile Rightly or wrongly the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce has been credited with being the chief obstacle to the enactment of legislation to restrict mind correct the abuses railway management After ofI House of Representatives hind the EschTuwnsend bill at the late session It was carried Into that com mittee anti there held up until the adjournment of Congress A vast amount of teslmony was take on time merits of the contention between the people and the transportation cons panics and when the committee suspended I Its meetings It was the general impression that It was firmly taxed in its purpose to defeat any remedial 7C WORLDS GREATEST PR1XT SHOP Tens of Millions of Documents Turn ed Out by Uncle Sam The Government Printing Ofllce nt Washington which has been brought Iprominently to notice lately through an investigation of tit award of contracts for typesetting machines Is the largest worllllalldtensive department In mummy printing ofllce as that devoted to what Is known as Job work The amount of printing coming under the mead of job work turned out by this office IIs one of the principal items at the establishment Among the larger Items of work per formed by the job room may be found blanks circulars cards letter and note heads and L 000000 of the litter being required each month for the various Government departments The blank department of the job room embraces an Infinite variety of SlluareIInches in size to others containing soy eral square feet For this branch over 3T0000 is expended each month for the purchase of raw material Cardboard Is necessarily a large and im portant Item the average months run being yOOOuou sheets Congress of course has great need for the Job roots for there the solons of Capitol Hill find ample facilities for the printing of the Innumerable mailing franks for seeds and documents and Nwrl ou fl r Pttkn JFropsl Old C rrJcttjY lgW I used jrj I other routine work Where the requlsl tlons from the hill as the Capitol 1 Is called by the employees are of a gets IInl or routine order the matter IIs electrotyped so that a duplicate order may be struck oil at short notice These electros are Indexed numberec mini tilid In elaborate tile cases where they may be readily found when addi tional orders are received Cuts and electrotypes which are nut used in the period of tour years are thrown out of the eases maul relegated to the melting pot Over 110000 plates are estimated i to be resting In the job vault Since the Government Printer moved into the new establishment but recently erected the job room huts taken on a businesslike air Improved fonts with a capacity for tons of the various kinds of type used Immense galley rack stands for the reception of matter in type slug lead and furniture racks improved cabinets for large type small outs mud Iron lines nIl aid those In charge of the work In the operation of the largest awl best equipped Job room In the country Labor Saving Electricity The Government Printing Ollice all hi all Is the model printing establish meat Captain John S S Sewell of the Engineer Corps United States Army was placed In charge of the work of Installation In the new build fug While but a young officer of the army he Is a student of the part elec tricity Is destined to play In the history of labor in the years to come amid so ably devised a lull electrical equip ment of this building Each press cut ting machine stitcher and every other proper mechanical equipment of a printing ollice has its Individual elec tric power supply The furnaces for the melting pots too have their heat generated by the subtle timid The size of the Government Printing Ollice may be realized when It Is stated that the olllclal guides employed In the otllce in making the rounds with visitors oc cupy nearly three hours In the trip measure even such as might be elab orated front President Roosevelts de termluatou to compel the railroads to obey the existing law and that if the statutes now written ou the books are not sufficient they must be reinforced to the desired potency Senator Elklns statement is a fore runner of the settlement of the whole question In Congress next winter Such an adjustment will be for the benefit of all patties concerned the railroads mind the shipping interests Immense harp has been done to worthy enterprises by railroad dis crimination against them It seems now that the great transportation lOU corns will not hereafter be permitted to devote themselves to the creation of monopolies and the repression of competition fGood IltilbioK Washington has a public bathing beach on the bunks of the Potomac where during the heated weather thou sands of dusty urchins schoolboys and other citizens disport themselves In the cool of the evening 4 S FIERCE WAR IX DIXIE A Washington Paper Regales Its Readers with Accounts of Recent Herculean Struggles of Southern Politicians From the Washington Post MidAugust finds the pleasant land of Dixie in the happy and normal condition of political war The treach erous thermometer which in the North lens palpably crazed a large pro portion or the population has benignly I registered a genial mind glowing warmth in the South conducive to intellectual agility incisiveness of temper Mil healthful acidity of speech From the Potomac to the Rio Grande come reverberations of field and siege artillery Sunburned sicklemeu of August weary drop their sickles aud- flock to town where peerless orators drown and burn In perspiration and peroration All Dixie IIs alive with local issues of overwhelming national ImportanceThe dome of the Capitol thugs back the echoes of Virginian strife There the florid Montague and the matteroffact Martin are locked In u death struggle that extends over every county of the Old Dominion Figures of speech and figures of corn coerce writhe and grapple The Rap pahannock bolls the Rapldau bubbles and the James runs in a panic to Hampton Roils Tlie Mother of Presidents adjusts her spectacles and clasps her hands in mnvutsive appre hension as she stares at her warring sons It is a tierce and bloody tight but out of It will conic peace and a Senator If there is a survivor at all The Strife In Ceorcia In good old Georgia the shears of embattled editors Hash in the August moon Georgia was disposed to be cOllie frantic at first but when It was certain that an editor would become governor in any event the grand old State sighed and became resigned She no louver fears the worst for It limas happened She hears the roar of the linotypes as they belch forth defiance and smoke and the sharp rattle of sanguinary typewriters tills her capital with dread Editorial ex plosions are of hourly occurrence and column after column sweeps forward with double lends and boldfaced heads It is a carnage of minion and bourgeois Even the neutral diction ary has been pillaged and war poems are at u ruluous premium Carmackian Tennessee Over In Tennessee the aureate plumes of the Hon Edward W Carmack are Incandescent while the lion Hob Taylors violin shrieks like a god In pain Having providently arranged that restraining hands shall hold them hack these brilliant sous of Tennessee are struggling to grip each others throat while the people ot the Commonwealth look on aghast The goldendomed Senator would defend his seat by Joint Bob Taylors friends tie his hands for they know the fiddle would stand no show against the viol that slugs In epigram- A Second Alamo From Texas conies the voice of the Hon Joseph 1C Halley who In a speech tram which politics was rigorously excluded thus referred with Senatorial courtesy to certain of his colleagues Will IIn till snopissor of Stephen A Douglas A nice old woman who compares with Douglas as thy clowworm com 8iirivs at ruiinliiK a food store Who comes from Ivmisylvunla The creature of corporations and cabals Rare old Kentucky meanwhile lis tens to rare old Toe Blackburn mak hag the tight of his life So It goes throughout Dixie that fair and happy laud BEGGARS IX INDIA They Are Fast About 5000000 Left The beggar nuisance Is a very com Thou one in India mill the endeavors id the police in time large cities to put It down have met with only a limited measure of success This Is no doubt that to the fact that Indian opinion Is remarkably tolerant toward sturdy beggars especially if they wear the guise of religion But there Is reason to believe that a wholesome change IIs coming over the public sentiment illcthis as In + many other matters There were about five million of beggars In the country at the time of the last census and nearly onefifth of the number were classed as religious men dicants The number large as It Is represented a decrease of about 7 percent from that at the previous census and the decline has been attributed In part to the comparatively heavy mor tality among them during the famine years But says the report It Is also partly attributable to the spread of education and the consequent weaker hold which thin socalled ascetics hint- on the Imagination of the people It being much less easy than It was form erly for the members of the various begging communities to unloose time purse strings of the people There Is happily reason to believe that the changed feeling among the educated classes is filtering down to the lower levels This evil Is not confined to one particular community or re ligion It is as rampant among the Mahometans as among the Hindoos The Sar Jadid an ably conducted vernacular paper published In upper India dealing with questions of social reform among Mahometans has been forcibly calling the attention of its corellglouists to the necessity of a reform In their notions of charity Our contemiKmiry shows by a reference to the Police Gazette that the number of Mahometan beggars under surveilluiuit has been rising every week I cite In stances from the records of criminal courts to prove that some of the men who pass for religious teachers lwv been convicted on charges of mud and immorality committed on the property timid persons of men and women who had been misled by their religious ap pearance Or To Cure Smoky Wicks When lamp wicks smoke or refuse to burn properly they should be soaked in vinegar ami then dried thoroughly The difference III the light given will be very noticeable Another homely I suggestion IIs the use of salt to remove the ugly stair made by eggs on sliver It should IK applied dry and rubbed on with a soft cloth 1rehlstorlc Egyptian remains have heel found among the prehistoric re mains of ancient Gaul Every reader of this paper should have this book Cut off the coupon and mail to its with 150 Illustrated byErnest ErnestHaskell The cunI representsOblo7 DlsappearlneOnly ByEugene P Lyle Jr Published August ist 18THTHOUSAND THOUSANDALREADY ALREADYAll 150 i MissourianTho romantic Adventures of John Dinwiddie Driscoll nicknamed Tho Storm Centre at the Court of Maximilian in Mexico where his secret minion comes into conflict with that of the beautiful Jacqueline The best romantic American novel of recent yearshti74bUSt Louis Republic tty oto1 A remarkable first book of epic breadth carried through UIIrJt Q o il- Cemflolll tbrRtiant stury Y Times Saturday UulcwY 7 cP4 There is no more dramatic period in history and the + S 4hboV story bears every evidence of careful and paliutaliny + Scps d P iJ tudllN Y Globe io ov t ti f DOUBLEDAY PAGE COoii S 4cn Vto- Ao 133137 East ifith St New York C 90 9ct6eP + 94f r iF tu fry7fYd1 p a vr t F w = t = dgr n = i r 1 If t I THE BELLE OF BATTLES1 RELICS OF TUB BATTLEFIELD 1OFBULL RUX i Two Ancient Citizens Who ViewedI the Slaughter and Cared for the Wounded Both Still Living onI the Battleground The Belle of Battles is n tltlesort of a note de BUCITO Ixmio by n11 venerable woman who lives at Grove ton Prince William county Virginia u warworn hamlet in that Mood soaked region winrein the first andI second battles of Bull Hun and scores of less sanguinary engagements were fought Groveton Is a hamlet oft tragic memories It Is on the Var clnItrel11evile five miles north of Mantissas andII two miles south of Smiley These were Important names In the heroic age of the Republic Though the old lady was known toI the men of the Federal armies of the Potomac and Virginia and to the Confederate army of Northern Vir glum and Is still known the country round as The Belle of Battles her none Is Mrs Lucinda Dogau She Is ninety years old has an excellent memory good teeth does not wear eyeglnsses and can walk miles at a stretchNinety Year Old Witnesses August 2S 29 and 30 are the hattle days of the Second Bull Hun August 30 was Mrs Dogans ninetieth birthday The fortythird anniversary of the defeat of Pope by Lee and Tack t son will be celebrated on the Held of Groveton the centre of the opposing armies by a reunion of veterans and t a birthday celebration for the Belle of Battles The two observances will be so Interwoven that It would be hard to separate one from the other An other feature of the observance will bo that particular prominence will be given to an oldtime colored mitt whose name Is 11 in Itedmond lied mouth Is also ninety years old Is of three housesGroveton a group at a crossroad Mrs Dogan lives In I one house Redmond In another and f tv1IELLK OF tATTLEsi y J the third Is occupied by a Unant farm er of the Uogann Both Mrl IHoiran and Hm Kedinond saw the buttles of Bull Run mud looked upon the Melds In nil their gory horror When the llriug hull ceased Mrs Dogan mill her chil dren and Jim Redmond walked among the death and wounded carry Ing buckets of water and gourd dippers giving drink to time moaning soldiers many of whom of course were dying All the old folk in the luittle region of Virginia say that the most horrible sound that comes from a battlefield is the chorus of cries for water which come from the wounded After his labor as n volunteer water carrier Redmond worked with a burial party dlggins the long deep trenches In which the Confederate dead wore laid Groveton Is on high ground but near the Dogan lour IIs a hill from which a good view tiny be obtained of Henry Hill the junction of the War renton pike and the Sudley road and the valley of Youngs Branch all a mile to the oust of Groveton and the real red lighting ground of that red Sunday luly JlI ISdl It was from this hill that Mrs Dogan and Jim Red mond watched the llrst battle It Is Interesting to let Mrs Do all tell the story of the light In her own way She said By An Eye Witness The Yankees were nil around Cen 4 i trevlllo and our boys were laying along Dull Run Some of our troops Gainesville from I kept coining through the Valley Tills was Johnstons which had slipped away fromy Inrmt I ate rsoti S troops In the Shenandoah Valley and was reinforcing Bcaure gard Karly Sunday morning we heard shooting down the pike towards the Stone Bridge and my husband called out that the Yanks were coins Ing We went up to the top of that hill yonder and souse of the neighbors We could see thealso cane up smoke rising above the trees about the Stone Bridge This was Tylers division of the Union army engaging Cocke and Evans brigades posted on r the extreme Confederate left Off t towards Sudley we could see clouds of dust rising over the woods This was McDowell with tine divisions of Hunter anti Ilelutelnian executing V the flank movement After the fi shooting hind been going on for half an hour wu could see crowds of men running back from the Stone Bridge to the Sudley road and then going I towards Sudley4tnttuernnorth troops were coming up from towards r Manassas marching across the Henry r fauna then over Buck Hill and on towards rr Sudley The Confederates had discovered the Union turning movement null were preparing to i check it Not long after all this the t shooting began between the pike tumid Sudley We could hear the sharp cracking of the muskets and the loud reports of the cannon mud could hear men shouting Not long after the men who had marched towards Sudley came running back through the woods and over the llelds stopping to shoot now and then More Confed erates were coming from Manassas and were forming on Buck Hill and the Matthews farm These were the brigades of flee and Barlow of Join stons army fighting to stay the led oral advance After lighting the for sonic tine our boys ran back Buck Hill over to the Henry place f niul the Yankees after them Mo men kept coming from towards Manas sas lThe whole of Beauregard an Johnstons armies were taking posI 11tlou on the Henry farm Then the followed up Henry HillI TheI shooting had got so furious now tha- we couldnt hear any single musket and the tiring of the cannon was so fast that only once in a while could we pick out n single sliof The cou t jtry down there was now so coveredJ with dust mid smoke that we couldnt W11IJ thenwe could see lines of net running across the Chinn place this side of ithe Henry farm as though they were running to get Into the smoke and dust and shoot Ing It was an awful sight Lt era little while a cannon ball or shell would cone over our way but we were nil too Interested and excited to mind It About four oclock In the afternoon the noise was at Its loudest and we could see small bodies of mimeo going back across the Matthews place and on towards Sudley Then more went back that way and finally the Held got so full of them and they made such a dust running that we couldnt see them The shooting quieted down so we could hear single shots and the dust In the Henry Held got higher and thinnerI We knew the Yankees were running About six oclock that even Ing my husband and I drove over to the Henry place Time old house was heap of smoking ashes MyI old nII Mrs Judith Henry who was sick lied had been killed that morning by a shell which broke through the house multi burst In her bedroom All the trees about the place hUll been shot down so that only the stumpy were standing Parties of Confederates i were picking up dead men mud burying i them hut plenty of corpses were still lying around We saw a great many 1I wounded men gad many of them were begging for water Dead horses wlnI 1lying around everywhere amid the Held I JIM WIDMOXD ilitty wall turned up by shells and UHVV P 40Jl isllf statt SllltV AMIIll- muskets n bayonets belts caps knap sticks and coats- Warned of Second Battle It was more than a year later Au gust 2i iJSOii that Mrs Dogan after clearing up the breakfast dishes was told by a stuff ollleer of Stonewall Jackson to stove oil her farm as there would be lighting there that day There hind been heavy lighting till day before around Galnsville three miles down the pike stud the night before Jackson had taken up his position I along the abandoned railroad bed from Galnsville to Sudley and which passes about SOO yards buck of till house there to await the ounII Longstreel through Thoroughfare maul the approach of General Pope with the Union army from the direc tion of Manassas Mrs Dogan had not reached her fathers house two miles away when a Union battery and supports took station neat the Doan house and opened on Jacksons line All that and the next day there was llerceand bloody lighting around Grove ton Of the conditions there she saidFuneral Part its of both armies were burying the lead thought they had not long been at this horrible l I work The Confederates dug IonI 1111thet burial parties only shoveled mounds of dirt over the bodies where they lay nUll two or three days later a heavy rain made the field hideous When the children and I got hone parties of men were collecting the wounded and putting them In rows here in the yard and wherever there was shade Doctors were cutting oft legs and arms and the moaning was awful They hadnt brought in all the wounded There were hundreds scattered all around the farms The chill dren nUll I took buckets of water out Into time fields mud we worked that wny all day and Into time night dolt what we could for the poor fellows Most of the wounded on our farm were Yankees but that didnt make any difference to us after they got hurt All our bed sheeting and table linen went for bandages The Famous MosebyttMen I Mrs Dogans house was the rendez SloutsIcaller1 many scattered throughout Northern Vir glum Time morning after Moseby took General Stoughton and staff pris oners at Fairfax court house the whole party ate breakfast at Mrs Do guns The old lady wait a star wit ness In the Congressional Inquiry Into the Fitz John Porter case Sue testi tied that Longstreet and staff took breakfast with her on the morning of August 29 and that regiments of his corps were marching down the pike trout Gainesville This did much to I establish Porters contention that when he and his division lay behind Dawklns branch on August 29 Long streets whole corps was in front ofr him extending from Jacksons right at Groveton MAKING MAPLE SUGAR ro211W AMERICAN INDIANS THE- m FIRST SUGAR PRODUCERS Intreo the Sap The Present Industry an tlImportant OneMuch Adultera tJonIFrom time unknown the Indians tapped till sugar maple trees for sweets They made diagonal cuts in tthl trunk and drove reeds or pieces of concave bark into the lower ends to convey the liquid Into a bark trough or other receptacle They boiled the 1snJl by dropping hot stones Into It In some cases they allowed the liquid to freed and by throwing out till Ice su111 lIIllt water was removed to allow the syrup to crystallize For a hundred yours or more the con ditions of producing maple sugar changed but slightly over those prac ticed by the Indians except that the coolIng vessels were made of iron or copper in place of vessels of clay or bark Sugar Camps in the Woods The boiling was generally done in the ouch woods maul with no shelter from the weather leaves pieces of bark ashes drippings from the trees mud other Impurities fell into time open palls and kettles Time old fashiohed potash kettle watt suspended over the lie from one end of a long heavy pole which by weights at the other end could be easily manipulated either tojj lI gtilate till dlstanco from the heat or to swing the kettle on or off the a crude crate Sugar was IIIII IhlIboiling down the thin syrup until came waxy when dropped into the snow then It was ready to be poured Into the moulds The increasing de nand for maple sugar has brought with I it revolutionary methods One of the first changes was the adoption of the augur hole and wooden a or metal spout in place of the old der strutlive axcut and open wooden spout At lint the sup was generally carried to the fire or sugar house in buckets by hand or within a shoulder yoke but as the scale of operations I increased the gathering tank was Intro dnced and where time work is on Ill large scale pipes areoften run through l the bush as the grove Is sometimes j called connecting with the sugar house or with the large storage tanks on the roadside while in one large Adiron dack sugar grove a narrowgauge railway Is used tot collecting sap j The Passing of the Kettle About the middle of the nineteenth century there was a change In the nc tual process of sugar making through f the adoption of an iron pan in place of till old kettle The earliest form of evaporator was probably a shallow pan t about 30 inches wide 0 inches deep and from 0f to 10 feet in length This I was Kupjiorted by a thinwalled lirebox of stout or brick The greatest por tlon of till under surface of this pan i being exposed to the heat of the lire caused more rapid evaporation the use of less fuel aniF a quality of syrup and sugar fur Netter than by the kettle method Till manufacture of this new style of pan led to the erection of build i Ings for their shelter Then followed a form of pan with partitions to cause an alternating How this Improvement allowing the sup to enter at one end of tit evaporator and to How from side to side through succeeding coinpartiuenls OLD oflevaporator In use today Improve meats have been made In the method of firing and from the old rough lire box has been the portable much made of Iron with j lire brick and provided with grate bars and accurate dampers so that the heat j Is more regular while no smoke Is altlowed to escalletj Steam Pipe Evaporators Probably the latest Improvement In f syrup making Is that adopted by a manufacturer hl the hOI III n I1S A series of steam pipes Is placed In the evaporating pat timid the sap made to How around then Time process Is I I I I I I i I SlUAU MAPLE WITH SAP WUKKTS effective and cleanly but of course cat be curried out only where sugar is made on a large scale While these improvements have cove with the course of time it is not to be supposed that their adoption has been universal for there are still many parts of the country in which sugar is pro dticed only in a small way and almost every form of sugar tanking even the primitive tummy yet be found Many enters of maple sugar as a matter ot fact prefer the coarser open kettle sugar to the smooth delicately flavored sugar produced by improved evaporation The former is darker in color and stronger in the maple taste Honest pro ducers endeavor to market their sugar mull syrup direct or through the asso ciations instead of selling it to whole salers who as a rule mix It with glu case and other adulterants The New England States are the greatest producers Vermont heading the list with an average annual IWO uc lion of about 10000000 pounds of sugar and 300000 gallons of syrup The total production of maple sugar In the United States is about 30000000 PASTURE LAND IX MAPLE SUGAR GROVE pounds annually An interesting tented bulletin has been published by the Department of Agriculture giving detailed description of methods of sugar and syrup making and also in formation and advice as to the best methods of planting and caring for maple groves to insure the highest re IIII practices of adulteration largely in vogue some of which tire hurtful to health while others are simply frauds practiced on the purchaser Versed In Pig Language Wages of farm laborers in England are enticing An advertiser In the Wimbledon England wants a lad about 20 must be a churchman of good education who can drive a horse and cart assist in the stable and garden melons and cucumbers milk cows and understand pigs must be ac customed to wait at table mud of gen tlemanly appearance early riser and teetotaler good references required The wages of this farm hand of di versified accomplishments are to be r0 a year but he must lodge out and his own meals except dinner Even If It Costs a Billion The Des Moines Register and Lender In discussing the Panama Canal ques tlon strays that It is probably sate as the result of all that is being said to conclude that the government has en gaged upon an experiment that will cost more in time anti money than anyone has been willing to admit But the UOILIXU MAlLK SYRUP IX THE FASHIONED 1J WAY I evolved modern lined 11 I A Illus Gazette furnish canal will be built Olden though en canal will be built even though the engineers are compelled to jo a mile deep for a foundation for their works The United States will never add a chapter to the history of the de Lesseps failure Even if time canal is to cost a billion dollars instead of time 200000000 that has been estlmalcd it will be put through But it may happen many tines before the job is done that as Mr Payne suggests the people will re call those allnight speeches of old Senator Morgan and be willing to have them enrolled among the masterpieces of American oratory The Illllhcsoaic Locust From The Washington Star Look here Mlsttih Locus bug a scrcechln in de tree We been a listen to you till wes tired ns we kin be You slngln an aplayin like you limited fob to quit You pears to Inns you splclons dat you made a powful hit De leaves Is getlln yaller an do grass is turnln brown An de sun ho Ikeeps ablazlu on dc country an de town Its dat ar conjur chorus dat you sings dat makes It so I ax you Mlstuh Locus alu you never gwlue to go You holler in de daytime an you holler nightI moon discouraged till shes slldlu out o sight An when you kep aslnglu till wes all afeelln sad You stahls to play de fiddle an you plays it mighty hind 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away from the scene of his disaster till Joshua Colvln died Then he went to the funeral of his old friend and partner and ever after up to the time of his death main tained a habit of periodical visits to the old home town Dan thought this odd ut first then he began to suspect that there was some old long burled ro mance between his father and the Widow Colvln Youre right Dan said the old man when his son twitted him about the Oldsburg visits Id marry her now if I wasnt so old and poor and If you take my advice youll go after her daughter Kate They were like brothers in their frank and loving relationship in those days and Dan who liked to banter his father was almost glad to hove something on the old matt But when j the elder Kent grew feeble he talked J always more and more of the Colvius If they were a Joke with Dan they were not so with his father J I wish youd go up and see them he would shy I cant any more and DonI wish youd see Kate young J Kate Bet youd fall in love with her In spite of yourself I wish you would I and marry her And a few days before he died Dnn If anything happens to Kate 1 or her mother will you do what you can for them Promise Dan Youll write to them anyhow n When his father died Dan grieved like a man and regained his spirits like the wholesome cleanhearted youth hew as but he forgot about the Colvlns after he had answered the widows let ter of condolence lie remembered them again when he saw in the Olds burg Banner the obituary of Mrs Kate Nlebllng Colvln lie ought to hove gone to Oldsburg to comfort the orphan girl but he disliked funerals and he couldnt get over his gloomy Impression of the old town So he wrote a letter to Kate as he had promised his father sending such words of comfort us n stranger must but offering to be of any assistance In his power lie scarcely expected a reply but he got one within a week It was a stilted studied letter She was grateful for kind wordy from the Ion of her mothers kind friend She would do quite well she thought when she got back to her work as a schoolteacher Her work might help her to forget It was a dismal letter Just like Oldsburg he thought and he did jiot answer it A month later he got smother from her Would he kindly buy for her KInyons pedogoglcnl chart It would cost about 1 which she in closed I will be ever so much obliged she concluded lie found the chart which cost 3 and sent her a note in which he said he was glad to be of service He didnt mention that he was loser by 2 In the transaction Within a fortnight another letter came to him from Kate Colvln in which she said that she had just learned the chart had cost 3 perhaps more and that she would return the balance the moment her salary was paid They are In arrears with me for the last two Months the latter said but I am sure they will pay us before ChristmasTo Kent there was something poignantly sad In the plain simple but uncomplaining statement of the country school teachers poverty Two dol lars I He was making money and spending it as lavishly as a selfre specting young man could Evidently poor Kate Colvln could not spare from a scanty hoard that might not be replenished at once lie was a generous tender fellow and somehow that bald almost childlike confession of a girls lonely struggle for the benefits which he won so easily and regarded so lightly gave a sharp sting to his gentle spirit and clouded his radiant faceThen he made a natural but a most egregious mistake He wanted to write L kind sympathetic and helpful letter p c but he let a lot of sentiment into I Sentimental passages never look rig to a sensible girl who reads them In letter from a man she has never seen Besides Dan wasnt exactly a master of rhetoric at that time and what h wrote could have been couched In of infinitely greater tact and delicacyf by any second rate romance writer Ills first faux pas however was In in closing a postolllce order for 50 loan of course he wrote which trust you will accept until such time c It was awful of course but Dan was young and he meant to do a kind olllee to the orphan glrlJnl Oldsburg When he mailed the letter it dawned upon1 him that he had made an ass of himself The more he conned over the sentences which he had meant to be the finest the surer he was that they were coarse Impertinent Idiotic She would be offended at his tune imsulte- cat his offer to loan her money feel that there Is a bond of sympathy between us etc had been the best he could think of as an approach to the mention of a loan but now it sounded inexpressibly silly He got her answer by return mall and when he tore open the envelope thoI 50 fell on the floor Serves me right he gasped but his eyes began to bulge when he saw the first line ofIthe letter itself- Deardear friend it began Sad sad indeed must that heart be which cannot be cheered by the sweet deli cacy and soulful sympathy of a friend- like you 0 how my lonesome hear- goes out responsive and yet Slush Thats what Dan said lIe could hardly force himself to read it If his letter had Ibeen badly framed hers wn the dregs of gush A wilt hope that Kate Colvln hadnt written It seized him but the narrowest comparison showed It to be her handwriting There was nothing absolutely immodest in her hysterical epistle but It faIr- ly oozed sentimentality which Dan was sure he would always despise In a womanGlad to get back my fifty anyhow andiher communication together and reread it Oh how my lonely heart goes out responsive That line started at him and he laughed till the bookkeeper stared and the stenographer Joined in the merriment Ill get back at her thought Dan Kent as he opened his desk And he spent two hours that evening trying to outdo the florid periods of Ills Olds burg protege But he didnt send back the fifty On Saturday he gofan an saver that fairly scintillated with hashes of Cupids arrows He had supposed that his letter rose to every flight of sentimental hyperbole but It seemed commonplace und tawdry beside the glittering fabric of her latest epistolary composition of lIe had to get The Children of timeg Abbey from the public library before he could answer that letter and In order to stimulate her to a still more gen erous effusion he wound up his ecstatic billet with a superbly servile petition for her picture Ho sold counterfeit presentment first but for fear shed regard that as a mercenary allusion he scratched the words away and substituted a fair Image Time photograph that arrived in the next letter was worthy of time foolish girls correspond ence A simpering weak smile evi dently calculated to display two pretty dimples and a row of time white teeth a mass of fluffy blond hair falling al most to the eyebrows a white lawn dress of the style that hind been con by sidered smart a few years ago bun Jbo gle rings on the dainty fingers She looks the part laughed Dang and if I dont send her my picture now this sport will come to a sudden end The letter suggested an exchange und Dun In the exuberance of what seemed such a capital Joke determined to send her the picture of his barber a dashing young gallant with melancholy black eyes und a tightly waxed WII helm mustache It was Kents irrepressible love of fun that led him into this thoughtless and for him unkind correspondence But the letters had passed so rapidly and with such increasing and almost I outlandish expressions of romantic emotion that he had not taken time to look at any but the funny side of the affair He hud shown the letters to no body destroying theta as soon as they were read When he had mailed the barbers photograph to Kate with his II autograph on its back he respired to ass make an end of an escapade which was Just beginning to cloy As he grew serious he reflected upon the follytolly Perhaps it was neat of me he thought nod this last idea held him so that he went horn and wrote an honest manly letter the girl In which he strove to exon ate himself He knew she would Co give him for returning her foghtlt hopend given us I meat as it had given him The tone of this letter was so modest so senslbli completesly 1hi dropped it in the mall box liH would have liked that letter would never have written the others meJwas Thursday wns Thanksgiving Day and as Dan Kent was to be the guest at a banquet thai evening he resolved to get a bite in his favorite cafe The place was crown ed with diners and he looked in vuli for a familiar face The head waitem found a place for him at a table at which sat a woman alone She was modestly but quite fashionably at tired young perhaps twentyat cats with an odd mixture of confidence an witIa gence Her swart hull drooped her small cars in smooth gl1steni- utlIsses Her red mouth Dan tad got thus far in his conscious cataloguing of the woman opposite him when she one angry glance at him In there was an unanswerable reproof his fascinated stare It varnished quickly as it came She drew from reticule a parcel of papers read a ping and then unfolded his letter Kate Colvln with the same of the Oldsburg school teacher that h startedtI up his curiosity by leaning forward She glared at him looked for an instant and then flushed angers dare you was all she but the emphasis of her low helped him I beg your pardon madam he swered sitting down I wrote letter myself to the girl whose pichu you have there and it startled me see it in your hand Ian the Dot- of that letter Daniel Kent lIe stopped short Her face was wreathed In smiles Why Dan she commenced in thin state sweetly singing voice No Are you Daniel Kent The picture Any how if youre Daniel Kent or just a friend of his who helped him try to make a fool of u country girl tourboth mistaken Im Knte Colvln She began the sentence with a coo and ended it with a rasp Dun wits dumbfounded lint he go out his card and gave It to her Well you might have known I wasnt the kind to borrow money from man I hind never seen she said smiling and her brune cheeks red You might have known I wasnt fool1 enough to write drivel to an utter stranger As for you I thought yon were a downright Idiot until I got that last letter That rang true I came down to Chicago to pay you the 2 I owe you and toRut Kate asked the delighted Daniel what prompted you to start the foolishness Oh I didnt like your sending that money and well I didnt want to be pitied either I Imagined you were one of those Chicago smartles and well It was dull In Oldsburg its al ways dull there And now weve met and found each other out Kate They laughed like children looking frankly Into one anothers happy faces Its Thanksgiving Dan site said Ill give thanks that this holding out the picture of the pudgy 1I10ndI Isnt you he laughed Anti Ill give thanks that you couldnt look like this And she held out the picture of time dashing barber And they dined so merrily together that Dan forgot everything but Kate and Kate nearly forgot to pay back the Chicago Tribune Tlic Goal of Rich AmcricansI Charlemagne Tower the American Ambassador to Germany was speak ing of the Americans love for Paris a dinner he gave In Philadelphia Our love for Paris Is no doubt great he said but I am sure It Is not so great us our European cousins would have us believe We all of course have heard the European say ing when n good American lies he goes to Paris In Berlin from a bearded French diplomat 1 heard last year a novel variant of this The diplomat sold he was sure I would sympathize with the profound and Ingenuous emotion of n young American girl who liven he said In a bleak western city There were In thos days no Institutes for the treatment tables save In Purls The young irls life was very monotonous One day she burst Into a neighbors houseII almost beside herself with joyous ex j eitiMiiout t Her dark eyes flashed Her cheeks 1 hull a delicate rose flush Panting n I little she cried in a tremulous voice Thank goodness we are going to I Paris at last Dad hits been bitten by I mad dog I I Modern Dogs of War I The German Army fighting in Her I rero land under Gen Yon Trotlm cur 1 ploys a corps of 200 dogs One of these I dogs was recently struck and wounded l n bullet In the engagement of Opa while scouting In front of the skirmishing Ilire He displayed thoI reatest fearlessness under lire and worked faultlessly until lsabledJThe Japanese are using a number of I dogs for refonnolterlng purposes They I are attached to long ropes and well trained The Russians are employing dogs for sentry and messenger worlICapt Persldsky of the late Countjj Kellers staff writing from Odessa stays In finding the wounded UllnII 1 with which the millet fields are strewn nothing liar succeeded like our seven dogs their Intelligence especially the English bred ones Is extraordinary have been asked several times to sup ply dogs to tjie Russian army and only quite recently was commissioned to purchase sheep dogs in the highlands for the German ambulance dogtrain ing establishment Perhaps instead of breeding had exporting dogs for forIalga armies we may someday find our dogs of service to their own country a ysv s GOSSIP FROM ABROAD Tales of Diplomatic and Courtln tricot The Earl of Mlnto GovernorGeneral toerLord Cur t iamo to LordiI was Melgund Throe years later ho served on tie stuff of General Jlitl the Northwest rebellion au guished himself by his bravery lllpJlhltheeglmeiit with whom he had a disagree meat theifCzars re Duke 11- 1Judllssto marry the divorced Grand of Hesse the Princess Victoria of Saxe- sCobms Is that Cyril and hii brother the Grand Duke Boris had prominentI i WI1Sdlsloseldukes were members of till club of Sybarites at I harko Indescribable orgies took place The club as I am Informed has only twen t i firstfnmll1Csexceptd lmnCZAR NICHOLAS AND 1IE1H the members were allowed to enter tvitrite marIwere females Lady guests however were welcome The annual subscription to the club was 1000 but there were extra expenses All dishes vwe on gold and silver plates The l was of the costliest material and was embroidered with jewels after designs reutemuberedtcompmudonsindulged the club even at the front In Manchuria until the Czir recalled him King Edward is an enthusiastic golfer and has a little course of his 1owvn at Windsor promillllIt lin and whoso husband is In the line of succession to the throne of HollandI buys all the illused horses that cow 2 hofj not fall to transact n largtao public business during his ages for rest and recOSt on his yacht at sea ho CcnationIlrlshllntJ the barfoot cure that and daughter have goW II copt for light 81IHl1118DR F monlousi occasions durin KYs mer The sandals worn lent and his family come = Any behig the approved Arablt Storage IfSU1l1111l1 I II tree her keeping It cool and allot ttNEW breathe but benefits the who cal systems and the mental I Liberate the foot of the custom closures socks and shoes and frooonerves will grow stronger If yon excited or worried it will well easier Van Caluva I New Blood iti Xnval algid crlW JItI I Bennlugton explosion w z Navy Departments poll Ing navy wNaval engineering to graduatesIIllpolIIIIAccon doubt but only aRATOR Y talent for niathon Ichanlcs and other n c ln set underlie the engineers teas NtNlIs well known that there i getting from their number nougo to talc postgrijduato courses at the Boston Technological School and thus prepare themselves for time england tic machine shop of the modern hat tleship or cruiser The result Is thatt the service Is short of capable trained men who know how to handle 110 A llScostengines repair shops electrical Instal lotion etc Time Beniiington Is not the first of our warships to be Injured by reason of Insufficient attention in the engineering department Time remedy It seems Is to Inject some new blood from civil life Into the engineering de partments of our ships It Is all wary well to reserve good berths for the An napolis graduates but the practice Is carried too far when it results instarv ing the engine rooms There are many graduates yearly from our technological schools who are as capable as any that can be found The engineering depart ment of the navy ought to be recruited in part from the outside talent which has been educated in the art of ship construction management und repair It is possible to carry too far the policy of keeping all appointments In the navy for naval olllcers especially when no exception is made of classes of ap pointments for which Annapolis graduates have no especial qualifications Not n Meannglcss Ph From the Chicago Chronicle It Is not meaningless that called our mother earth somehow front the earth that mankind sprung at the dawn of life Itt Is into her arms he must go back who life ended It Is from her touch that he must win the be t as long as life Is tile Miniiid E w COFFEE SlIeton HURT Make the trial yourself leave off sacnllcdCoffee 10 days and use POSTUMJ FOOD COFFEE 1tinits place Thats the only way to find out Postum is a sure rebuilder and when you cut out the coffee and use Postum instead you get a taste of health for the aches and ails begin to leave You may THINK you know but you dont until after the trial Remember Theres a Reason c lireGetthe little bock The Road is Wellsvllle In each plcg I SPROOKETSlservedLike No 2 Grindstone are Hung Between the Bearings e Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier L LIGKTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals rind Corporations solicited business entrusted to us will receive rrcmpt cud careful attention place for packages in our fireproof vault fur isbedour cpitonieri SAFF NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits u eJeoouoosooaoaaasfl o smo aoaaQSas c+ moer a R First State BankfIRVINGTON KY VlcePeldenlInt of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited v Interest Paid on Time Deposits ti M ii eoeefW lMblrlNbiiN tNiN h h h o roomWhen equippc II a tub naryA the mill the threshumg machine OL et and shredder can be operated more economically than with any other power Farmers who lave water to pump wood to saw feed to grind or corn to shell can do this wea at a minimum with h II C engines ENGINEruseh II C gasoline engines are made in the following sizes 2 3 and 5 H P vertical type stationary 6 8 10 12 and 15 II P horizontal type stat portableIt0 WRITE FOR GASOLINE ENGINE BOOKLET International Harvester Co of America-n IsIncooratcd SAst iiiTT Ti i Th OH J J DEATH KNELL OF GYPSY MOTH 11 Work of thc United i States Department of Agriculture GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL I 1 Will the Gypsy Moth spread over the United Stutter and devastate shade auO fruit trees and meadows as Its ravages in New England Indicate that it cer tainly will unless sonic drastic and ef fective measures are put forward to check it During the past few years tine State of Massachusetts alone ex pended over a million and a quarter dollars in attempting to exterminate this moth the caterpillar of which feeds upon leaves and has stripped tens of thousands of the great spreading elms and other trees Iii the old Bay StateThis is a subject which might not particularly interest the farmers and fruit growers or even the street fwd park sulerlutendents of Kansas or other distant States except for the an nouncement of Dr L 0 Howard the Ml L n GOVERNMENT HOWARDII Government entomologist of the De iwrtment of Agriculture that theGypsy Moth will probably l ICIIjU aliItlhltemperate States of the L come as destructive In the Hty of 11ItshttiI tau or the State of Missouri us It huts In MassachusettsI I In spite of all the fortune whl h Massachusetts has expended to tight tthis pest tieI moth Ihas annually hatched Its brood1 and annually the worms have spread themselves over the great elm and other trees of Bass ton and the surrounding towns extend pug their domain each year untilI It seemed In the light of the expert testl to theirI habits that they were 11nstlIlli to cover prnv r i1 rdr clf6Fs Vr cff iJ 1UCLLK OF llTTLE t the third is occupied hy n tcuamit Lnmi- lsLath Mt Inn Ii ur of till 11011111 the lmtlll of II Iltt1IiOnd satymId Jim tlll 1111115l in s- nl1 iwked 111011 till HUll nud 11hen the ltnhii i their gory horror her chllnud1ugattceatKh Airshad ltetluurtpl walked RIUl lIm11rlII IntIYI- II Wo11II1I11nullllelHIthenMOUg Oll11null buckets of Wlltll the IIIOIIIIIl- rohlhrll Mink toIlllr111111111 of whom of 10llW- WI1I manys In thetIlt old folkdyingAll that theYlnlnln sayofregionhnttlt maulwonnd tint collies milat horrlhl of cries for the chorushattllthhl lan the WOtllllllfromwhlch COWl wntlI watertoluuteerhis labor as a After Hllmollll WOlklll Vpcarrier the lotburial party diggilW the Con flllerll te trNlhl In which dead were luh1- Gronton ground hut Is Oil high 1IOusr Is n bill flom j whllh near tIll 1I0nn OhtHltwll o- fnllll view ntar hIgnotl11 the Rar- rcthilt ofthe junctionn11 and11111 the Inlr1ondllkl Branch all n tIll valley of Youngs Gtoyetol mild titmill rrni fed to the Ilgmting eashot ground It of thatnnn- StlndnyTIIIY L11 1 1i1 Hell IIlit that Alrs Ingall111111tin Isthls 1nettle It llIowl W11tC1lCII lie lhat tell ibe- interesthmg Dognnto let Mrs In her own way tlghtstory of the She said By An Eye Witness nil around Con Ynnleetl were Tie laying nud our boys were tre11Ie Hull HUll Some of our troops PC fromGnuosvniei fn 1other devices have been tried Itl16UI partial success and In no case has com plete extermination resulted The minute this work ceases till moths in crease with astonishing rapidity What was to be dune The Department of Agriculture was finally applied to and it was renllzrd that suite the worm and moth might spread over the entire country it htvaim a national necessity to provide for Its eradication The department took up the subject at ont e It was known that the Gypsy moth was of IKuropean origin as It IhindI been brought here In connection with silk worm investigations sonic of the moths afcldentally escaping The question thouI arose Is this pest In Europe what it threatens to become in the United States Dr Howard the Government entomologist made n visit t continental countries nUll he hits Just returned bringing with him the death warrant of the Gypsy moth In Europe this terror of the Xew England States Is but one of the In sect pests which do some but not very material damage to foliage plants anti trees Nature always provides for a proper equalization of things and fits n habitat this moth has souse 120 ene mies parasites and carnivorous In sects which prey ferociously upon It keeping It in check and reducing Its ravages to a fairly negligible quantity Growing Moths Mortal Foes It only remains said Dr Howard In speaking of his Investigations to propagate some of these foes of the moth in this country They cent be se cured picked shipped and landed In no ton In safety Whether they will take hold in the United States is n question but there Is no good reason to believe that they will not thrive as will as In Europe or as well as the moth does here and grow fat and lusty when turned out to pasture upon their hereditary prey The Gypsy moth is one of those Inv sect pests which has loomed up large before the entomologist or bug sjRilal 1st of this country as a possible scourge of the entire United States gradually spreading from State to State eating and killing both deciduous and coniferous trees devouring gardens and every green timing and leaving behind them a brown trail of desolation causing I t 1I a IDl ltilMt D I rutty well ttimed up by shells nn1 th sitI tt itblj Ill lltt 1JlHII1 lIr stmtl slinl atskeh bayonets belts caps knap ticks and coats- Warned of Second Battle It was more than a year later An list 21 ISitt that Mrs Dogan after the breakfast dishes wastearing up old In7 a staff ollleer of Stonewall ackson to move oil her farm as there could be lightlnj there that t11ty There lull beets heavy lighting the fitly 1- 1lllfore around Galnsville three miles torn the Pike tumid the night hlfllrl bad taken up his position fiTti abandoned railroad bed from ltiusvlile to Sudley and which passes I I ibout SOO yards back of the liojinnI House there to await the coming of ongstrcct through Thoroughfare tlii md the approach of General Pope with the Union army from tIll dit lou of Maimssas Mrs 1oean had her fathers house two not wily battery amid Unionwiles m when a supports took station neat the DIInn house and opened 011 Jacksons plate AH that lain tie next day there was IIlIcO mHllJlol111 llglitillg around Grove conditions there she ton Of the sttlllFuneral parties of both armies the dead through they I bnryhigwere had not long IHl1I lit this horrible Confederates dug long 11111theI I burial parties otily shoveled l11oll1l1sI I of dirt over the bodies Into lay and two or three days heavy rain made t TVIL vttmst It is a question of tiger eat tiger needing only the knowledge of how to apply the natural remedy I Merciless lo Grnflers From the Kansas City Star If William Travers Jerome is re elected distrkt attorney of Sew York on an independent ticket it will be be cause the Ijteople will respond to his splendid courage In denouncing mill po liticalI bosses and to his remarkable activity ami inspiring fearlessness in going after the evils of the Metropolis showingI no mercy to criminals on the tae hand and shaming tile welldis posed people fut their Indifference on the other TilE KING OF CROPS I M w1arte rajuyw mar+ It 1 M he Jr 11 SOME ADVICE FOR WIVES Would Not Have Hubby Made Nurse and Assistant Chambermaid From the Washington Times Are you one of those women who con tinually request your husband to runi get you this that or the other as long as he Is about the house Do youi habitually cull him buck from the cor ner to mall a letter or give him a sum ple of silk to match Does he no himoto run upstairs and get the babys pins or take the small child walking or run around the corner and get the meat for supper There are misguided wives who make it u constant practice to keep the man of the house fetching and carrying for themselves and baby front the time he enters the door until bedtime and nil day Sunday Its Tom get me this and Tom please bring me that until in the eyes of a third party Toms position in the home appears to be thatt of a well tralued servant The Poor Patient Worse Half It Is hardly fair to let him drop toI that Is It Do you really require thatt he should go Into bondage of this sort to you and baby He does it patiently maybe but it wears on him and hurts his selfrespect Why dont you do your own buying and mall your owni letters and match your own samples Why dont you have the babys things liandy so he wont hUe to wait on you tmnd and foot when youre busy with the little one What would you think ifs your hus I baud brought home a lot of his officeI work for you to do at night Suppose he expected you to spend your spare hours clerking for him and helping him with his bills and accounts Rldlcu bus wouldnt it be Yet for some rea son you expect him to act as second louscmaid tumid assistant childs nurse the whole time he Is away from office In Times of Need Yes Nine times out of ten its simply a habit that gets you into this practice Of course there are exceptional cases of illness which make it necessary for a faithful husband to step Into the shoes of a domestic help and assist with the meals and the children But unless there Is this necessity it ought not to be expected The mans Held of labor little wife Is his office or factory where he earns the bread for you Yours Is In the home where you do every whit as much as he toward earning the living lIet doesnt expect you to go down to the office and work Dont expect him to come home at night and do the housework and mind the baby in Do your end ns well as you can Be as Independent and selfreliant about it as possible When he comes home let him rest And if you manage right youj can be ready to rest too EXGLAXDS WAR PROBLEM Royal Commission Finds That It Consists Mostly in Lack of Food Supply After all what are the sinews of war Are they ammunition guns and- L1 heavy artillery cavalry and In J Ilthor rc9eappointed 8 for tof England with regard to fnrin of of1h tows for Will does not IIHIllHtlnt theHOWevapq1 ships or firearms onI 1 I tl through su ttt11 tos mighty navy were k nod Inadequate astl s did In the Boer war lit to slumber among the boastful Spanish a t J1 jfje IsIIIII miller a state Cur praetieally helpless l jjind8 actual necessaries rued Suspending these 4j f iy length of time the suf 1 1It IIIIIto the Inhabitants would be coinmlssion thou in Its rnjffcf uiphatieally brings the people Htij5fjjd face to face with the acv 1 9g moons as they exist brings rifffjfee to face with the fact that srJjTave been providing for war by iing vast sums for army and navy paying no attention to the actual Ifwlws of war food lUcommenda Wm has been made to Parliament for kv IrllI loll of a system of elevators iind storage houses of sulllelent eapae n to store i 0000000 worth of grain I JjAJos a vast quantity of provisions XlUvuison that the storehouses feld supplies of food sulllelent fr nontlis figuring that that iii would he long enough lier Urlttanla would he Je waves or go down lioiLiNmug the coast mule I eulf the WockmlluR t naehlngI the other This is Iractlrsyrup could he wise too evaporator in use ments have been 1111 Industrial the xast tracksreIfro1 if lJh Ill mid betglau1 in great t I 1 ov Ihas ortitl estates could be transformed mo small selfsupporting homes suclrr as can be found by the tens and hun dreds of thousands in Japan Kngland itself contains much more arable land than nil of Japan and the singleI Island i comprising Kngland Scotland and I Wales hums fully three times the agri cultural laud of Japan PoilJtcd Puragraphs From till Clilenirn News Heware of the financial pointer It usually points the wrong way I As a weather forecaster there IsI nothing superior to a healthy corn r rI Isnt it a pity that the average re I former neglects to begun his work home CigarettesI If properly classified would come under the head of fouls of the air Any small boy will make a homo run every time he molls his ball through aI pane of glass Nothing arouses a womans wrath so much as a man who appears to eI well satisfied with himself One man may be able to break a horse but later the horse does a stuntI on the race track and breaks a dozen men Easy for the Coroner Anyway It Is the usual custom in most cities to at once summon the coroner to view the remains of a person who has diedI without medical assistance and he then Impanels a Jury to Inquire the cniise of death A wise rurallst ex twined however that there la no rea lion for calling In a coroner to see the body of a man who has hind a pbysl clans aid because everybody knows who killed him M ti1 TUB CHINESE BOYCOTT Alarm Beginning to be Felt by American Merchants The Chinese boycott of American 1- 1m ports Into China continues In spite of the action of the President In mollifying the harsh execution of our ex elusion laws and our evident desln to placate the Chinese This Chinese retaliation has been brewing amI stewing for some tine There have been inutterlngsaud threatenlugs dur lug the past two years but they have 1905 b1904 I 40667829 1 1 t 1Ij 10477022 l been generally disregarded and It WI1KI apparently believed that they amounted to nothing more than futile threats Information comes from San Fran Cisco that In China source ten thousand of the merchants have signed the boy cott resolutions which carry a penalty of about 4000 In each case for their violation Further the Chinese news papers are refusing advertisements of American firms Since the facts are coming to be realized the juestlon In this country becomes a live one The National As sociation of Manufacturers which sup Isos 1904 2II23MS JI h Cotton cloth epnr 4 tram iW Unit4 Sei lo Chin IIn timorvib tndini In April ej695631sooI r3s Colon clelb tfgorud Ifom Iht UnlKd Sun 10 lb rtu ol the- world In Iht ten mtmht cndmi Ifa April ports nearly half a million working people and represents 800000000 In capital will use all its influence It is stated upon Congress to have the Chinese exclusion law mitigated In such a way as to appease the Chinese On the other hand the labor unions will oppose every effort to modify Chinese exclusion as Is Indicated by the recent interview of Mr Gompers with President Koosevolt The Amer ican Interests which will be titheaviest losers If time Chinese persist their boycott are the cotton planters and the cotton and cotton cloth traders The accompanying diagrams from Col liers Weekly h llcate the rapid in crease of our trade with China during the past two years i SHORT WEIGHTS IX HOUSEHOLD I GOODS AsIMuch Need for This Legislation las for Pure Food Laws A great deal11ms been said In the papers about adulterated goods but very little about short weights which ire quite as dishonest Now comes a correspondent of the New York Journal Commerce who declares there Is as much need of full weight laws as of pure food laws He S1 gtIlt is a well known fact that candles weighing only or lli ounces tire sold as a potlllllc raisins are put up In packages containing 12 14 and 15 ounces which arc sold as pounds that there Is hardly tin of lard cottolene or any other product put up In packages that the withhe1 Paper made of wood and clay forms the wrappers for packages containing cereal products crackers etc mill these conic a little cheaper to the man ufacturer than time goods but the cons timer Is not getting all he pays for unless the actual contents of the pack age weigh n pound The package on the scales will usu ally weigh a pound hut time wrappings often exceed two ounces Sir Thomas Llpton was once brought to tine and lined by tilt English authorities for padding out his pound of tea packages with paper The hand of time law needs to be applied in ninny such places In this country ISouthern Adviinvetncnl Northern methods are gradually ins vading time South nil to Its commer clul advantage I1I V Richards head of time Industrial Department of the Southern Hallway who has carefully I gone over conditions In the Southern Held says that when the farmers down there become Inoculated with Northern system and economy ltlonIagricultural region where every man a piece of land Intelligently culti1oni tlll can be his own master In ai sense that no other nuns can be A IIlItUlcSIIesldes the air Iis purer and so is the water and food right out of the grouud Is nut adulterated The Packers Were the Hogs Of sixtyeight samples of sausages examined by the government analyst at Melbourne Australia not one was found unadulterated In time socalled Ilwklllltmouses a pork discovered The Knee Gntwhie Smaller Size mill sulllciency are not neces airily associated as Is shown by the way the Japanese have outwitted and outdone their Uusslau enemies In strategy and In combat Nevertheless it is not a good sign to llml a people 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license and inspection any boats under fifteen tons and the intimation is that many boats of greater tonnage are being sheltered under this law The boats in question will be submitted to measurement and it found to possess more than fifteen tons action will oe taken by District Attorney Hill Pain tram a Burn Promptly Relieved by Chamberlains Pain Cure A little child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Conn 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 tho pain Mr Nichols says I advised him to nse Chamberlains Pain Balm and tl firbt application drew out the In KuAmation and gave immediate relief I have used this liniment myself and recommend it verv often for cuts burns strains and lame bacK and have never known it to disappoint For salmi by Short Haynes Clover port Ky- Joseph Sawyer Home Again Joseph Sawyer who was operated on August 28 for appendicitis at Norton Infirmary Louisville returned last Wednesday evening to his home here His condition steadily improved after the operation and ho is convalescing more rapidly than was expected to the gratification ot his many friends Takes Place in Washington Washington Sept z0It iia now stated definitely that an exchange of the ratification of the treaty of peace between Japan and Russia will take place in Washington shortly after the treaty is ratified by the respective overeigns It is probable thru this will he done in the White House as a compliment to President Roosevelt TIRED OUTy Theres many a wife sits in tho growing shadows of an evening knowing what It is to feel tired out as if there was not another ounce of effort left In her But If healthy she knows how sound her slumber will be and how refreshed tho- morning will find her But Its another thing for the sick woman to fool tired out Rest only seems to Increase her suffering She feels acutely tho aching back and throbbingnerves Sick womenhundreds of thousands of them have been mado well by 7 tho use of Dr Plercos Favor Ito Prescription 1regularityweakening drains heals Inflammation and ulcoratlon and cures female weak ness I am pleased to Inform you of the benefit I received from using Dr Plercos Favorlto Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery writes Mrs Elizabeth A Oswold of 5 Brant Street Windsor Essex Co Ontario Canada Was Ilulte discouraged when I wroto asking advice as the physicians here told me four let no relief except by an operation Suffered for four years from Irregular and profuse menstruation had sick and nervous headaches most of the time and at times could hardly walk across the floor from weakness I thank God there Is such a remedy as Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription for suffering women Before I had taken the first bottle tho headaches had loft mo and It was not long before regularity was established and still continues so liavo just finished housecleaning which I never ox and can trull- NY ncierrfeltnbattterathan at present I Gladly recommend Favorite Prescription S all who suffer from everymcured mo and made r4ty Neither my husband nor myself can enough In Its praise The selfish seller who urges sonio sub Btttute is thinking of tho larger profit hell mako and not of your best good CYRUS AND MANDY ON THE FARM From tho Poultry Tribune Preoport 111 Curtesy F M Goodwin BY FRANCIS MARION ELLIOTT Mnndy and Ive been hitched together Nigh on to fourteen years Tilling soil and raising stuck Through days of joy and fears We now own a farm and stock And think it no harm Tor sell grain at durn good prices That we raised on the farm Sometimes Mandy finds fault With the calves a getting out Andscolds because the pigs are In the house and running about But I just keep on a sawing wood And providing for my family Its no use for me to stew and fret When tbis is being done by Mandy her name our kids in rotation Is worse than counting pigs A good deal worse than the story Of old Mother Whiggs Crooked nose Jasper and knocked Kneed Phillips and Joe Are anus getting inter trouble No matter whore they go Theres Bismark and Roosevelt As wild as wild can be But Nancy there is no one Quito as freckled as she Theres Deneen the coming politician And theres spavined leg Luke Whoso lazy almost worse than nothing Hod make a durn good duke Kathorinea aspires tor city life Where there is considerable noise It keeps Mandy and mo durn busy A keeping track of all the boys If Not Sure You Can Keep A Secret Dont Listen To It A woman cant keep a secret At least thats what the men say Really women are quite as good if not better than men at keeping se cretsThere is just one drawback in be ing able to keep u secret and that is that you cant have tho pleasure of telling it- However that is a pleasure that we can very well atspenso with Bnbbled secrets liKe curses come home to roost and if yon betray a friends confluence you are sure to re gret it If you cant keep a secret dont listen to it Some girls think nothing of solemnly promising to never tell and straightway proceeding toIIeU the first person they meet iA x The best way to Keep a secret is toII forget it Put it right out of your I mind and then there will be no temp tation to tell it And be wise in the tolling of your own secrets Dont bo carried away by the fact that you have found u sympathetic libtoner When you are tempted to confide in anyone think it well over wait until the next day and then see if you aro ot the same mind Sometimes wo meet people to whom we are at onco drawn to tell our in most thoughts and opinions Without waiting to Know anythingI about them we want to tell them the story of our lives Than is tho time we should walk away and think it over For what do we Know about them excepting that they are sympathetic ready listeners Sherman Ball FOR COUNTY CLERK November Election 1905 The Young Man Should Work The following clipped front an ex change is wIll worthy of reproduction There are young men in every com in unity who have no occupation because they have not been able to find an opening in the particular line that suits their inclinations They have gone along for veirs waiting for such an open ing to occur and have finally become 1155 Itisfiedwith life They have made a mistake ard those who haveencoura ed them in such a course are likewise to blame Perhaps it is some ambitious parent who has thus unthoaghtedly in jured his offspring We use the word PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY Chronic IHsrasos treated hy Harmless inrludhigHomeopathy TherapySuggostlouAmong the Chronic Diseases treated mire Nasal Caturrh Ear Mouth Throat Bronchial and Lung diseases Constipation Diarrhoea Indigestion Headache 1lles Fistula lUicu mitlsm Neuralgia Diseases of the nervous system Asthma Diabetes Neurasthenia slsoplessness Stammering St Vitus Dance Paralysis Epilepsy Liver heart kidney am bladder diseases Dropsy IlumlwssScrofula Sequelae of acute diseases diseases of thu skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases po cullar to females etc Superfluous hair and facial blemishes re moved by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds end take tho acknowledgement at your home I This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address mo at Hardinsburg Ky II StylishII 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 pert tailors employed- J H IIUNSCHE Casper May A Co Canneltou Iud V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set thng estates All collections rcas qniible Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY VUl practice his profession In nil of the Courts of and adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminalI practice License to practice veiBank States District Courts Office of HardinsburR 1IW A Walker M- II DENTIST EIj Satisfaction guaranteed mPatronlzoij your home dentist 1 lji Office over Klnclieloes Drug Store i 1 i HARDINSBURU KY I Redwood and cedar shingles Redwood beveled siding Skiff sides 20 inches wide and 20 feet long No1 Y P laths Y P flooring and ceiling White pine doors and sash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill e r l t t I injured advisedly for no greater in jury can come to a young man than to contract habits of thriftlessuess in his catty youth If be has been reared to believe that something goodwill come to him because he happened to be the offspring of such a family he has been pricviously wronged In this practical age only merit succeeds and each in vididual must establish for himself that character in the business worldwhich is to sustain his future False pride has deterred many from the first step in what might have proved a successful career Any honest employment is preferable to a life of idleness The young man who remains without work for any considerable time gets the repu tation of a neer do well and business men do riot want that kind ot help Perrv Farmers Club Together About forty farmers members of the our 01 j I Ill I it Mgr A S of It were in the city on Monday with their tennis and returned home wth their wagons loaded with fertilizer These formers this year clubbed to gether and purchased fortytwo tons of fertilizer from an Indianapolis firm which they claim thev secured at a better price than when they purchased individually Canuelton Inquirer St Of Southwest Missouri and North east Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no failures Lands now cheap but advancing investigate this fall Homeseekers1 rates Aug 1C Sept and 10 Out Z nUll 17- Write for St Francis Valley booklet E W LaBBAUME G P and T A Cotton lielt Route St Louis Mo u u H Subscribe for the NEWS Jh n u N N N NN NNNNNN NNNN i Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashiers DIRECTORS Z Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard j Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary o paid on time deposits 0NN NNNN N N N NNNNN NN NNNUn n The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed tt 1872 V II BOWMHR President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPrcs CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive picnipt and careful attention Storage place for package in fireproof vault furl1 itbedour customer free NEW SAFF NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN Interest paid on time deposits m n odaf cO caaumosammtaoaa eomc os SQSO c tan aot a- First I I t- tI State Bank9I i j KY 11W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresidenl H H KEMPER Cashier IIAccount of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits eoee =+ THE Fifth Avenue HOTELI j Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL ri far Francis Valley Lands 5 IMPROVEMENTS IRVINGTON u 01 I I IThc most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a I 1200 rntoIII Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parta of tho city- Everything neat and iclean I m + + NNN IN NN OLN N DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION flERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY NN NN NN NNNN Sanfords Fine Inks 6 MucilageI- n full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO O BABBAGE School books etc L j 0 r u 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY September 27 1905 j i IRVINGTON LyddaniTnesday Boys ehoos regular prico 175 our price l as Thompson Adkisson MisseeLilllo and Mabol McGIothlan will spend next week in Louisville A B Suter Is at homo after a ten days visit to his parents at Owenton Mens shoes worth 225 wo sell them at 1 05 Thompson Adkisson Mrs Pomp McCoy will go to Louis Je this wajlc to bay millinery goods Ladies shoes worth 2 CO to 3 00 our price 185 Thompson R AdKis l sonThe tall styles of hats are beautiful r aud stylish We have themZllrs Mc- CoyI Hayes Willett of Brandenburg apant Sunday tbo guest of Miss Willa Drury Miss Lizzie Fisher of Ulonaeane is the guest of her a unt Mrs Pomp McCoy for sometime Mr null Mrs J W Conty of Skilluian were the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Cully Sunday Rev Hyn3 loft Tuesday for Leitch held to attend the annual conference of the Methodist church Mise Jennie Hardin of Branden burg will be with the Mises Munford this week for a few days Mr and Mrs Jas Younger of Clov rport spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mr T N McUlothlan Chas Moorman of Eiizabethtown was here Saturday and Sunday the guest ot his sister Mrs Hynes Mr and Mrs John Wimp wont to Buck Grove Sunday to attend the fun eral of his brother Elvis Wimp We have some new things In milli nery for the fall season Come in and take a look at them Mrs McCoy Misses Ellen Mnnford and Willa Drury wore in Westt Point last Thurs day attending the Salem Association Mrs Nannie Wathen has returned home after a visit to relatives at Springfield Bard town and Louisville Mr and Mrs JA Culley and child ren came homo Tuesday from a three weeks visit to relatives at Lowaen lInd We will soil you a good pair of pants for tl worth g2 a pair for f2 worth 800 and tiUTuompson S Adkis son Mrs Will Unify and baby have gone to their homo at Owenuboro after a visit to relatives and friends here fort wo weeks Mr and Mrs J B Herudon have returned from a lengthy visit to their daughter Mrs John T Burry at Nashville Tonn Mrs Reuben Jones of Louisville nnd Miss Bottie Mercer of Raymond spent last weep the guests ot Mr and jilte Frank Clnycomb We have n fuiriine of dress skirts rind they are so reasonable in price that they are cheaper than you ran niafce them Mrs McCoy The foundation was laid on Man tlay for the residence of Dr and Mrs Parks of Webster They will move to our town as soon as it is completed Till Afternoon Club will meet with airs H B McGlothluu Friday Mrs WJ Pipgott as leader will continue the stray of Victor Hugos Los Miser ables Mrs Sullio Becktnld of Brooklyn New YorK arrived Saturday night to b6 the guest of her parents Mr and Mra Henry Davis lor an indefinite stay 4 4LootAcape between Jas Kings and Rhodehu on Sept 17 Finder will please return either to J E King at Irvington or to W H Mills atr Rhodelia and will receive a liberal reward Vl I AjjersImpure somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach appetitefremedy used for 60 years Itelnrnliifr from tile I nlian war I wag n IllyhealthRarsaparJllI1 contpletnly cared me II C UOUIIIGU Scranton Ia 1 o A YBii co AllIrgaIstsfor 11111 Mil Impure Blood Aid tho Sarsaparilla by keeping tho jiowols rogular with Ayors Pills PSORIASIS AND ECZEMA Milk Crust Tetter Ringworm and Scalled Head and Every Form of Torturing Disfiguring Humors from Infancy to Age- S CURED BY THE- CUTICURA REMEDIES The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema j the fright ful scaling as in psoriasis j the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp as in scalled head the facial disfigure ment as in pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter and calt rheum superhuman SoapOintmentproven beyond all doubt No state ment is made regarding them that is not justified by the strongest evidence The purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief the cer tainty of speedy and permanent cure economyhavecures and humour remedies of the civilizedworld CAPT GRAHAMS CURE Of Distressing Humour Captain W S Graham 1321 Eoff St Wheeling W Va writing under date of June 14 04 says 1 am so grateful I want to thank God that a friend recommended Cuticura Soap and Ointment to me I suffered for a long time with sores on my face and back Some doctors said I had blood poison and others that I had barbers goodbutfriends tell me my skin now looks as clear as a babys and I tell them Cuticura Soap and Ointment did it throughouttheOf Send jut Uuw tu Cure Every Uuiuaur Miss is Anna May and Eva Herndon loft Monday for a brief visit to friends and relatives at Stephensport Miss Anna Mav Herndon will go on to Hawevsille for a few days visit then to her home at Henderson From another correspondent Hayes Willet of Brandenburg spent Sunday here Little Reba Boldeu is out after an illness of ten days Dr L H Morenien visited his parents at Brandenburg Sunday- A B Suter returned Thursday from a fortnights visit to his parents at Gratz Mrs Gloria Wrather has sold her firm to Dr L B Moreni n and IL II Kempe Miss Itettie Mercer of Raymoiid is visiting her aunt Mrs J T Claycomb on Maple street Misses Ellen Munford and Willa J Drury attended the Baptist association at Wesl Point last Thursday iFrauk Moorman one off Elizabeth guestIof Ids sister Mrs Hines Sunday Ilr5 Wrntuer and daughters Mary atil Hessiii will spend the winter with her mother Mrs Mary Munford Mrs Nannie Watheu returned Satur day lifter a prolonged visit to French Ltek Springfield and other points The IKentucky Corn and Alfalfa Special will be in town Saturday September 30 from 052 to 1022 a m Rev IIligby preached an interesting and uplifting sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning from John 3 16 Miss Lucile Cunningham our bright and efficient music teacher and Miss Clara Jolly attended the colt show at Dewleyville Mr Mac Avitt and daughters Mary and Helen of Gulfport Miss are with Mr and Mrs J B Herudon for an in definite stay Mr and lurs J R Wimp were at Brandenburg Sunday to attend the funeral of Elvis Wimp who died there Saturday morning Contractor Jas KBnuuletto will soon begin work on Dr Parks modern twostory residence on the corner of Main and Maple streets Mrs W J Piggott aud son Master George returned Wednesday from Indianapolis where she spent a fort night with her sister Mrs R N Miller Dr Taylor president of Georgetown College the oldest institution of note in the South being founded in 1787 preached to a large and attentive audi ence at the Baptist church Sunday eneu ingThe farmers of this section will have a rare opportunityof hearing a fine lecture on alfalfa growing by Joseph E Wing on September 30 when the Ken tucky Corn and Alfalfa Train passes through our town making a stop of a half hour during which time the farm ers of this section are most cordially in vited to come and inspect the specimens of both corn and alfalfa with which the train will be stocked Commissioner Vrreliud says alfalfa is Kentuckys coming crop The man who makes two blades of grass grow where only one blade grew before is a public benefactor Then the man who wales alfalfa grow where tobacco grew before has accomplished mor- eHARDINSBURC Mrs Marvin Beard is ill County court last Monday Dr Seth P Pares of Wtbster was in town Monday Gus Brown wax at Garfield Friday on legal business Hon R M Jolly of Irvlngton was in town Wednesday Mies Margaret Baker will leavo today for Beaver Dam M1 F Staten of Bowling Green is visiting Mrs I B Stith Born to the wife of Tames H Allen September 21 u son Thomas J Mooio spent Sunday at GlendeaH visiting friends Mr and Mis C 0 Dutschke re turned to Louisvillb Monday Miss Day of Falls of Rough is visiting her brother Dr Ed Day Lee Bishop is painting the inside work of the circuit court room Harry Kennedy of Garfield was in town Monday on a business trip Mr and Mrs Clayton Crosson visit ed relatives at Union Star Sunday Alonzo Bennett and Toni Anderson of Bewleyville were in town Monday 2 Isaac Norton was able to be in town again after an illness of three months- A X Kincheloe spent last week at Baltimore Philadelphia and Washing ton Roland A Smith of Stephensport is visiting Mr and Mrs W B Len non Zeno Hondrick und Silas Miller attended the State Fair at Lexington last week Miss Alice Baker returned hone Saturday from a visit to relatives in LouisvilleJudge rcer and John P Haswell Jr attended court at Hudson ville WednesdayMiss Ellen DeJernette is convalescing otter an attack of typhoid fever John M Butler and Logan Butler of Custer were in town Friday on a business trip Fred FranK of Balltown is a can dilate for deputy assessor on the Re publican ticket Preston Ford was here several days of last weep visiting nis mother Mrs Mary C Ford Mrs Blanche Read has retnrnede hone from Louisville after a visit of several weeks to relatives Miss Tula C Daniel and Chas L Beard are attending the Methodist conference at Leitchtield Mis C E Haswell and daughter Emma Helen were visitors in Louts ville several days of last week Mrs Lee Bishop invites her friends to attend her fall and winter millinery opening September JJU and 30 The Rev U L King left Tuesday for Leitfhtield where he will attend the annual conference of his cnurch The Rev W H Calvert left Tuesday for Lexington where he will at tend the annual conference of his churchMrs Hattie Walker of Butte Mon tana arrived Saturday to spend the winter with her mother Mrs Margaret MayJames Lweis of Lontsvilllc and Wave Lewis of Finlay Ohio are vis iting their parents Mr and Mrs Clint Lewis STEPHENSPORT Mrs George McCubhins is in Louisville Una week Mrs Eliza Blain spent a few days in Louisville lust week Miss Mabel Moorman and mother are guests of Mrs L Roberts Miss tiettie Allen is visiting rela tives in Indianapolis this week Mrs J Adair spent several days with her husband here last week The sick people of our town are all improving nndor Dr Wimps care Miss Lena Payne and Mrs U W Payne have returned trom Louisville Rev Gibbons filled his regular appointment Sunday at the MEchurch Paul Gilliland ot Chenault was the guest of Miss Uora McCoy Sunday Mi and Mrs Andrew Crawford and family visited at Mrs L Roberts SundayUeorge MoCubbins has just opened up a nice stook cf new goods Call and themMrs Pennington of Oweneboio was the guest of Mrs Eliza Rollins this week Mrs G W Payne has a beautiful line of millinery goods Everything nobby and uptodate The school hero was dismissed all of last week on account of the illness of the teaher Miss Cora McCoy J Miss Carrie Tucker and Miss Josie Berry of Cloverport were guests at the Conn house Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Richard Stallman passed through town Saturday evening en route to their home in St Louis Dr Clarence Pope and wife have returned to their home in Louisville after a weeks stay at the Conn house Mrs Ed Vessels has returned to her home in Cairo Ill after a few weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Abe Allen at Chenau- ltCARFIELD Robert Dell of Irvington was here Friday Chas Payne has sold his farm to Saw KennedyI and wife attended church at Bethel Sunday Hawkins Smith was at the Palis of Rough last week trading James Bell of Lebanon is here the guest of relatives lend friends Miss Etta Wood who has been indisposed for several weeks is no better Miss Mary Snider is in Louisville catching the latest in fall inillu neryMrs Harvy Triplett and baby have returned home alter a weeks visit to her mother Vernon Mattinglyl spent Sunday with his grandmother Mrs Price near CloverportMrs LeGraud and two children are visiting her brother George John son for a few days We failed to note the arrival of twin girls at Houstan LeGrauds Sept 1 and a boy Iaulat Fred Tabors Sept 4 Mr and Mrs M P Compton visited her brother Willie Seaton Saturday and Sunday and attended church at Bethel Morris the yeventeenuiontbsold baby of Henry and Effie Carman was buried here Sunday afternoon at the Johnson burying ground DUKES Base ball playing is very popular at this place- The farmers Here have nearly nmsh ed cutting tobacco Mr and Mr John Shaw visited Mrs J H Basham Mr and Mrs Carl Floyd visited her grandparents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Allen Basham and daughter Miss Pearl went to Cloverport Mon dayDukes base ball team played the Pellvilleteam last Saturday on Pell villas grounds The score was 10 to 12 in favor of Dukes- A hall tenralfiom Cloverport com posed partly of the railroad shops men came out to Dukes last Sunday and played the Dukes team It was a lively game but as tho visitors had run up against extra good ball players they went back homo badly defeated the score bsing 10 to IiiINasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes nod heals the diseased membrane It cure catarrh and drives away a cold in the head nulcklr Cream llnlm la placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief U Im mediate and u cure follows It IB not drying docs nov produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug gilt or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BIIOTIIEKS 66 Warren Street New York WEBSTER The meeting has closed Mss Lillie McUlothlan of Irving ton visited friends here last week A lithe daughter came jjto Mr and Mrs George Lyddan Hepterater 10 Miss Lucy McUavock of Uloverport is the guest of her brother John McGavock Miss Lena Lewis of Brandenburg returned home Thursday after a visit to her aunt Mrs H P Paks J R Mays colt show was held Here Saturday afternoon There v as a large crowd and many pretty colts Richard Witt and wife and Miss Mary Payne of Bewleyville have been tho guests of Jas Witt and wife Wo have had splendid preaching and a fine attendance during the pro tracted meeting at the Methodist church and much good has been done Tho conference year is at a oloso and all are guessing as to who will bti the next pastor hero We would be glad if our present pastor should be returned but should he be sent elsewhere the prayers of many here will follow him and his good wife NorvellMcGavock Perry Norvell of Nashville Tenn essee and Miss Roberta McGavock of Cloverport Kentucky were married at 10 a m Sunday at the residence of Mr and Mrs R McD Smith corner North Carolina and Sixth streets Rev G 15 Eaves of Jones burg officiating Only a taw immedi ate friends were present Tho wedding march was played by Miss Esther Morris and promptly at 10 the bride and groom preceded by Mrs J M Batter matron of Honor entered tno parlor where the guests were assembled and in a very impressive cere mony they were made man and wife limo bride was attired in a Drown traveling suit and carried a bouquet of bride voles Mrs Baker matron of honor was dressed in white and car ried roses At 780 that morning a wedding breakfast was served by Mr and Mrs J M Baker at their horns on Mary land street and the Arcade force of which until a few weeks ago tho bride was a member was present Mrs Norvell is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert MuGavock of Lloverport Ky and has been in tIllS city several months She previously taught school in Kenncky During her stay in Louisiana she hay made many warm triendsas was attested by the numerous handsome presents sbo received Mr Norvell a native of Nashville is a tireman on the C tnd A and was here a member of tho pusner crow until a few weeks ago when he was transferred to the local between Slatter and Kanass City Ho is a splendid young man and has the full confidenceof his employ ersTne couple left Sunday night for Kansas City where they will make their h me Louisiana Mo Daily PressJournal S eptember 18 Every Little Bit Helps If you can save a little bit on this anti that and still get the Very Best of everything in our line dont you think it would be economical and wise to trade at a store where Quality is way up and Prices way down lieres LITTLE HELPS 18 Lbs Granulated Sugar 100 Gold Dust Flour GOe ISnow Flake Flour55e Meal per bushel noc Best Breakfast Bacon 14e Ask to sec our Fall Stock of SHOES Theres been a Big Advance in Shoes but we are selling at the Old Iiiee- sPOPHAM BROS- Cloverport Ky I Public Auction rr- gm mIwill oiler at Private Sale j X the stock named below untilII Si Saturday fj If not sold before that day vi I willsell at Public Auction I y at my farm near Cloyerport illj jj- JJ on that date Terms of Sale r- W given day of sale The fol X- jjj lowing is the Stock for sale XX l 5 head of fine Jersey cows X XjXm mmm ft county twoyearold mule mJ 11 ir a goodone 1 oneyearold- mule 111 S 1 sixmonthsold mule For further information address I IP PRAllE CloverportJ6 Ky Jt THINK OF I This Pretty Matron Had Headache aNd Backache and Her PERUNA Was ConditmJJ I I III IIL99 Eleventh Street- Milwaukee Wls A short time ago I found my ow ditlon very serlojs I had headaches pains In the back and frequent dizzy spells which grew worse every month I tried two remedies before Peruna and was discouraged when I took the first dose but my courage soon returned In less than two months my health was restored AIrs M Brlckner Tim reason of so many failures to cure cases similar to tho abovo is tho I FEM1E thoNOTroAS fact thatdisoasca not commonly recognized as being caused by catarrh Catarrh of one organ is exactly tho samo as catarrh of any other organ What will cure catarrh of tho head will also euro catarrh of tho pelvic organs Piruna cures these cases simply because it cures tho catarrh If yon have catarrh write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you Ilia valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of VhtIIartman Sanitarium Columbus O Mr E J Seaion on Visit E J Seaton of Glendeana called at tho home of the Bre kenrldge News Saturday This makes his second visit to Cloverport in twentythree yqajg 1Mr1 the News every year since its second birthday and while he is an old sub scriber he is not an old man His interest in general aifaits are as deep as those of the man on the sunny side of forty and ho told us many good things about Glendeane He reported fine crops and every thing nourishing in that neighbor hood He said Henry Moorman will be elected Glealeano folks do not want anybody else either Then he added Just to know Henrys father anti mother would make any one wont him to be the next judge cf Breoken ridge county It is great to be altruistic to bo interested in your neighbor and the welfare of your homo town like Mr Seaton Ho impressed us with his good cheer and good will toward his fellow men Mr Seaton and his nephew Silas Elmore return home todav after spending a fortnight with Mrs Sarah Elmore iOK KKKp prrskrket kpK K ttPkr- Mr r i No Waiting Herer ir Just tell us how much gX lumber you need We Shave v I Framing all ma kinds teri ofii i and choice Poplar and g Walnut is ready for ii you j Thats the thing un jm quickm x Let us have your i J order today Your House Barn or Stable may need re i pairsII jIi REMEA1BER US iiSeaton WeaMolt 1 o yorporf Ky- eStkilAS131itillSfltilltalAitilil iids1IJK K i Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MiIIlaabottles50cEnclosedr x iv- wI f 0 J 1ft