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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 ALL THE NEWSTHATS FIT TO PRINT iVOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 12 Paces NO 12 REPUBLICAN 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 Drlskcll For Jailer William J Hall For Surveyor- R AI Basham For Assessor Henry Cannon Our Magazine Section Following are the features of our magazine section this week TO BUILD A NEW FORTUNE Nearly eignty years old former Sena tor Stewart begins life anew CLIMATE LN MANCHURIA It playa a prominent part in the fortunes of warPOLITICAL MACHINERY WHS never so perfect far reaehing and effective as today ANCIENT AND MODERN JEW Peculiar customs in blowing the rums horn on Jewish New Years GERMAN NURSE BEST MoreI natural methods employed than by AmericansIGOSSIP FROM ABROAD Tales of diplomatic and court intrigue THE GATES OF ARLINGTON Beautiful entrances to famous nation al cemeteryHIS CHAUFFEUR A short story by Cyril KTywford SUGARS AND SYRUPS We payI 130000000 a year for sugar mad abroadTHE HISTORIC VALLEY Work of the United States Dopartmen t of Agriculture By Gu Elliott Mitchell JAPANESE TEACH RUSSIANS Remarkable incidents connected with Kie last war NEW MONEY NEEDED Thu gov ernment cannot print it rapidly enough Short Hardinsburg News Notes Hardiusburg Ky Oct JSpe clayTho Rev Everett English of StephensportIhaa resigqed as pastor of the Baptist church here and a new pastor will be called at a meeting ofI the members of the chnrch tonight Maj T J Lewis of tho Thirteenth cavalry has opened a recruiting station here for all branches of the regu lar army He will be here until OotoI ber 31 James Lewis of Clcvorport has secured the contract to erect a ore ery brick store house 48x70 feet for Joseph Teaffon his lot on Main street Circuit court convenes next Mon day There is a light appearance dock et Only a few persons went to Louis ville on the excursion Saturday C Dennie Sheeran has commenced bu hiding his dwelling on Main street Two Candidates for Police Judge Fred May Jr has announced to hisI friends that he will masse the race this fall for police judge on the straight Republican ticket Judge J H Wills the present in cumbent will make the race and will soon make a public announcement Cannelton Ponies Win Game The anneltonIPonies crossed bats with the Puntdn Rollers o Tobinsport Snnday afternoon at Tobinsport and aeleateu them in a close game by a score of 5i to 4 Catarrhk a constitutional disease originating in impure bood and requiring constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood for its radical and permanent cure Be sure to take Sarsaparillarr are Quickly relieved by Catarrlets w which allay inflammation and deodorize Hoods Sarsaparilla all druggists 1 k Catarrlets mail order only 50 cts For testimonials of remarkable cures Send for our Book on Catarrh No4 C L Hood Co Lowell Mass I VV 7 THE KENTUCKY ALFALFA AND CORN TRAIN AT FOUR POINTS IN COUNTY BELIEVED TO BE OF MUCH BENEFIT The Kentucky Alfalfa and Corn Special the first train ever sent out by the State Department of Agricul ture amvcd here Friday evening about 030 oclock utter waKing stops during tho day at ten points between this city and Guthrio on the Louis villo K Nashville nil trend and the Hen derson Route Three lectures on the cultivation of corn and alfalfa were delivered that evening and Saturday morning at 830 the train left for Louisville making short stops at StephensDort Irvington Webster Gaston and Ekron The train was scheduled to arrive hero at 515 oclock It was badly delayed on the L x N but made up considerable time on the Henderson Route Between seventyfive and a hundred persons heard the addresses here which wero made by Joseph E Wing alfalfa expert R R Giltner of hminence a successful grower of alfalfa and M F Scberfflus of the State Agricultural Department Prob ably a larger crowd would have been on nand if the train had not been late As it was however much benefit was derived from the talKS made and some interesting discussion followed Some of the ideas imparted hy the sneakers were new to the farmers and will perhaps be adopted by them Mr Wing in a short tala on alfalfa show ed the ease and profitableness with which this crop may be grown in Kentucky Mr Giltnei spoice on aitalta and Mr Scherffins on corn Owing to the shortness ot the talks the subject of alfalfa could not be gone theemethods of growing cutting and enoughHtime to explain some of them and beyderived Mr Wing saye that four crops of alfalfa are possible off one field a year in Kentucky and the amount of tonnage at each cntitng is equal to that secured from u field of clover in an entire year Alfalfa Grows Where Tobacco Will According to Mr Wing and the other lecturers alfalfa is better sup plied with protein the fattening and milkgiving portion of all fodder than any other crop which can ho grown and this rue fact is causing farmers who have heard the lectures to consider asrionsly the production of alfalfa An inquiry made on tho trip regard ing ultalfa as u aubsitnte for tobacco received in substance the following reply IIAlfalfa will grow on any land which will produce good tobacco And the advantage is just this Yon have no cultivation after the first sowing The plant grows for from five to six years with one sowing and each year four good crops are secured during the season The money spent in culti Vtting tobacco if invested in live stock for fattening purposes you will find that your income will be double with less work than ever before ear perienced Alfalfa will be eaten by anything and a diet of alfalfa with about a ear of corn uch day for a herd of pigs will result in better meat at less cost than you have sue needed in producing on pumpkins ness or other provender The ear of corn should be added for fattening purposes as too much alfalfa is likely to bloat your stock Importance of Rotating Crops The farmers who heard the talk by exCountyAt a largely attended meeting of the Ohio county union of the ytueri can Society of Equity at Fordsville Saturday several addresses were made the prtnoipal one being by Na tional President E L Davenport of the Tobacco Growers association- A meeting of the Hancock county union of the A S of E was held at HaweaVllle Saturday Reports wore made on the amount of tobacco in all parts of the county and a summary of these place the crop of 1005 at only 50 per cent of the crcp of 1004 Three delegates were elected to tho national A S of E conventlqn at Indianapolis and three to the national tobacco growers convention at Owensboro and it is reported that at least half of the twentysix locals in the county will also send their individual delegates to Owensboro Subscribe for the News pert believe they eau increase the yield ot their corn crop by adopting his practical suggestions on the rota tion of crops and the selection of seed corn by use of a germination box WeaK and unsubstantial stalks with poorly developed ears he says url due to the root worm which is the larvae of a tiny beetle which works npon the roots feeding upon the nourishment which should go into the stalks When the larvae have worked upon the corn until it begins to tassel out it is their custom to hatch and in the form of little green beetles they work upon tho green corn ana tassels destroying the maturing gram and the pollen flowers Mr Scheriffina advised rotation of crops as the only cure tor the root worm a new crop producing a different character of roots and causing the extermination fo all the larvae which can live only on corn For lack of space nothing can te said here in regard to the germination box Mr Schertltus described as it re quires rather a lng explanation to be properly understood Extracts from Booklets to be Printed After the lectures wore made vat uable booklets on directions for select fug seed coin and on the culture of alfalfa in Kentucky were distributed Excerpts from these will be published in the News Small crowds greeted the train at Stephensport and the other points be tween here and Louisville where it stopped on account of rain The train consisted ol three coaches one the private car ot President Attilea Cox of the Henderson Route the others day coaches stocked with speci wens of com and altalfa and used for the lectures Those aboard the train were Einbert Vreelund State Commiisioner of Agriculture Col R C Crenahaw assistant commissioner Joseph h Wing and Willis Wiugof Mechanics birj OulfHlfu experts PO Bolden of Ames la corn expert R H Giltneiof hminence MF Seherflins of the chemical department of the State Department of Agriculture and T P Archer reporter for the Courier Journal All of these gentlemen except Mr Archer havt lectured during the trains tour of the State The ten days tour will end tonight in the Purchase Last week 0000 farmers heard over 100 lectures at nearly forty stops and it is believed that tho benefits have been extegaive Crenshaw Speaks at Irvington Irvington Kv Oct JISpeola1 The Kentucky Alfalfa and Cote Spe cial tram was greeted here Saturday by a number of enthusiastic and upto date farmers Col R C Crenshaw assistant State commissioner ot agri culture spoke for ten minutes on alfalfa growing admonishing the farmer to plant in moderation but to prepare the soil thoroughlyI Tne train was decorated with fine specimens of both corn and alfalfa Col Crenshaw was introduced by Henry DeH Moorman of Hardins burg At Webster a Short Time Webster Ky Oct aSpecial The Kentucky Alfalfa and Corn Spe oial train was side tracked here for a short while last Saturday and a few of the farmers had an oppQrtnnity to gain some valuable information in re gard to these important products Appointments Not Made Word was received by the News from Leitchfield yesterday afternoon previous to tho press hour that tie ministers appointments at the Meth odist conference had not yet been made though it lira been customary to announce them on Monday or Tues day morning Over The County A meeting at New Bethel Baptist church conducted by Revs English and Shuuklette closed Thursday with about nine conversions Registration was held yesterday in Cloverport Hardinbsurg Irvington Stephensport and Glendeano tho ins corporated towns of the county Kirk Wins Double Header The Kirk ball team won from Pates ville and Westview Sunday the scores being 20 to 1 and 0 to 4 respetively The games were played at Kirk ac SCOTT BRODlE WEDDING WellKnown Young People MarriedI IAt Chenault Wednesday I I Hardinsburg Ky Oct a Sp- eclayAtI the homo of the bridesI mother at Chenualt on the afternoon of last Wednesday occurred the marriage of Miss Margaret Brodie to Mr Horace Scott The Rev Everett English of Stephensport said impressively the beautiful marriage service which united their lives iin the press of a few near relatives pod friends The house was beautifully decorated wIth golden rod and ferns The presents received were numerous and elegant Mr and Mrs Scott left on the evening train for u bridal trip through the South Among the guests were Mr RndI Mrs Charles Scott Gulfport Miss I Miss Beulah Hook Edward DillonI and tranklin Kincheloe Haidins burgThe bride is the daughter of Mrs Zeriliia Brodie aud is a charming and accomplished young lady Mr Scott is the eldest lion of the Hte Mayor Horace Scott and is one of the prominent young men of the county Death of Mrs Leona Adkisson Irvington Ky Oct aSIleclal- Mrs Leona Adkisson daughter nf the lute Henry Cain of Bewloyvllle died last Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at the home of her daughter Mrs Geo Lyddan Mrs Al iiIwas a devout and earnest Christian a patient and loving mother and a true and laithful friend at all times gentle and unassuming ever ready to do a kindly deed or lend a helping Nana to the needy The fnneial services conducted by Rev Graves from the Presbyterian churchI were attended by a large congregation of friends and relatives The interment was in Cesar Hill cem etery Those attending the funeral from other points were Mw Ella Lloyd of Louisville Mrs Jesse Stith Miss Mary Adkisson Henry Harda way and family Mr and Mrs B F Hirda way of Gaston Mrs T P Hardaway Pierce Hardeaway Mrs T J Tollv Miss Ulancn Tully Bow ley yule I OA SX O R113 Bern theThf Kind You Have Always Bough Blgnatnj JiIo-r Lofts UeplyIA prominent Democrat frolntt Hancock and nother from elllloII have xone to the trouble of having themselves interviewed by the Bieck enridge News in regard to the Senatorial race They say Dick Owen stands mighty well with both Democrats and Republicans in Han cock county that I am not a strongman and tnat Dick will carry the county by 100 majority- I am glad to know that neither of these Gentlemen iiq an authority on any subject OmI of them is Mr Tay for of Lewieport and the other is Mr Childe of Meade county Their predictions are nothing more nor less than Taylormade Ohildspluy of tho most puerile nature and is iintended only to mislead and misrepresent the actual conditions in Hancock and lI ealleIIt seems that these prophets are overanxious to impress the people of Breckeundge with the idea that Dick standsmighty well in Han ock and Meade and that tney ought to learn to love him in his old home county I am a Republican and not a prophet and as befits a Kentuckian earnestly invite Mr Owen to come out in the open from behind the press and tight me fairly wouldbethat s neither the ability nor the courage to meet me on tho stump and tell the people why he is for Judge Paynter why he favors the old viva voce plan of voting why he is a Democrat etc These are the questions Let us dis cuss them Throw your man to the arena and we will settle the question of majorities by ballot rather than by hot air JUHN Y LOTT KnightBallman Wm Knight andMiss Helen Ball man who resideS between Pnteavillo and Victoria wilt be married atthe Catholic church this morning at 18 oclock by Father C Brey The groom is the SOn of John Knight and the bride tho daughter of Henry Bill tnan L r iOYALThe Baking Powder Made of Cream of Tartar and Free From Alum or Phosphatic Acid IRoyal Baking Powder renders bread biscuit cake and all flour foods finer and more healthful k Baking powders made from alum phosphates and other harsh caustic acids are lower in price but they are injurious to stomachI The injurious effect of alum on the mucous coat of the stomach is positive and beyond dispute it is both an irritant and an astringent The use of alum in any article of food or article used in the preparation of food should be prohibited JOHN C WISE MD MedicalInspector US Navy Local Photographer Successful In a Contest of Seven Nations A book of sixty eight photography being prepared by the National Pho tographers Association fcr an inter national contest will contain two photographs by W B Oelze of this city The book will be submitted by the photographers of the United States in a contest with England France Germany Austria Italy and Bel glum the photographers of each ot those countries to enter a similar hook The contest will be held at Paris at a date yet to be decided upon by tho contestantsThe being prepared by the photographers of tiUnited States will contain views ol American land scapes Mr Oelze submitted four photographs and two were accepted Pho tographs oy sixty persons will be used in the book and only three others have had two photographs accepted A photograph of a tree at Tar Springs and one of the dam in Elkhorn creek are the prints accepted trom Mr OelzeRecently Mr Oelze took the fourth prize in a national amateur photog raphers contest Insomnia and Indigestion Cured atI tuck ot indigestion I could not sleep at nignt and antlered most excruciat ing pains for three hours after each meal I was troubled this way for about three months when I used Chamberlains Stomach and LiVer Tablets and received immediate re lief says John Dixon Tnllamore Ontario Canada For sale by Short Haynes Narrow Escape from Death Tarfork Ky Oct tlSpeOlul P H Keenan was badly liurt though not seriously and had u narrow escape from death Thursday at a sawmill by a log rolling on him He was taken in a buggy by Tom Rogers to Mr Rogers honse and revived and then removed to his home Petition Overruled Frankfort Ky Sept 20lire petition in the case of Green vs Hart appealed from the Breckenridge cir cuit court to the court of appeals has been overruled County to Send 19 Delegates to State Development Convention The names of seven delegates ap pointed to represent Brcckenndge county at the State Development Convention in Louisville October 10 11 and li have been added to the list published in the News last week insuring tne county as full a repre sentation as any county perhaps of I Iits size and population in the State complete list of the gentlemen who have received notice of their ups pointment as delegates ta as follows Mayor L T1 Reid W H Bowmer Dr A A Simons M Weatherholt H A Oelze J A Harry V G and J D Babbuge F P Payne Cha Mav Capt J H Rowland Clover port ounty Judge Matthias Miller Dr J E Kincheloe J H rile Taylor Beard Hardinsburg Hon E A Shelman Irvington lease Moor wait Glendeane Hon L L ttohull Addison Burt Cunningham Chenanlt Governor Beekham and Senators Blackburn and McCreary will be the chairmen of the convention There will be six business sessions a tour of Louisville in street cars and antomo biles H reception by the Louisville Coi nn finial Club and a banquet At Macauleys and the Masonic When Johnny Comes Marching Hoae the military musical play by Stanislaus Stange and Julian Edwards was given its first presentation for the weeks engagement by the Carle ton Opera Company at Macauleye Louisville Monday evening A good sized tirstnight audience witnessed the initial performance This musical play is laid in a per iod that furnishes a martial hack ground for picturesque and romantic scenes The time is the Civil War period and it is an offering of blue clothes and brass buttons on the one side and quaint oldfashioned gowns and coquettish wearers on the other At the Masonic Monday night Justin Adams Quincy Adams Snrwyer styled a pastoral drama was given for the first time in Louisville to a large and fairlydemonstrative andi ence The piece is really a comedy for save here and there the dramatic element as drama is understood by the average theatergoer is lacking though be it understood that this is not meant to detract in the slightest from the unquestioned merits of the pieceTwo Weddings At Sample- Mr Taylor Weetlman and Miss Em ma Lee McCoy were married Sunday afternoon at 51 oolook at the home of the brides parentsMr and Mrs John McCoyat Sample The ceiemony wsta performed in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties Rev W H Fore man officiating Mr Woodman is a section boss for the Henderson Route at Lodibarg Miss McCoy is an accom pushed young lady 2 Mr George Hayoraft and Miss Alice Dunn were married at Sample Satur day afternoon at 5J oclock by Rev Foreman a ir O I- j h The Breckenridge Ne y WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1005 y MEETING OF MICH IMPORTANCE m At Hardlnsburg to be Held Oct 7 By the Tobacco Growers Tlit meeting ot tobacco growers which will be hold At the courtftoow nt Hanlinsbnrg next Saturday will for several reason be M important if not wore important than any ever held in the county It will be ardor the nuspicos of the county union of the American Society of Equity and the local unions of the Society will be represented by delegates but all farm ers who are not members of the Sooi ety ni well as those who aro are in vltod to attend the iretti ng us much business ot importance will be trans noted At this mooting local business will be attended to and delegates elected to the national annual convention of tbe organized tobacco growers which will lies held at Owonsboro on October 18 19 and UO under the auspices of the American Society of Equity The best disposal of the 1005 crop of tobacco further organization and co operation in tho county and similar subjects of vital interest to tho tobacco growers will be discussed Three delegates will bo elected to the national contention overy county oeing entitled to that number and every local union wishing a special re pros oJitnti vo is ontitltd to one also Tho convention at Owensboro will Vie the second annual meeting of the tobacco growers of the country and more important than the first one which was held at Lynchburg Va last year as many more growers sire organized now and both thoso organized and those not organized are oh sorvine the appreciable effect their CDoperation has had in the way of netting better prices Many hundreds of delegates are expected to attend the convention from llovertli = oou ntry and the buyers and growers alike are greatly interested in it The declaring ot the minimum prices for the IJOB crop will be tho principal business before the Owens I ooro convention gali Owingto the short distance to for Owenslwfo the roduced railnad rates and the importance of the forthcoui 1 nlit convention tnon is no reason why Breckeuridge county should not send a large representation Wounds Bruises anJ Burns for By applying an xntiseptic dressing to wounds bruises barn and like injuiiesI bfeJore iuiiamnmtion sets in his they may be henle without matura tion and iu about ooe third tho time in required by the old treatment This is the greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chntuoorlains Pain Balm acts on this same princi pie It is an antiseptic and when ape the i lieml to such injuries causes them to henl1 very quickly It alto allays the pniii utd soreness aril prevents any danger ot blood poisoning Keep a hot tlu of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time andI money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail For- Mile by Short Haynes n Was Brilliant Wedding out One of tho most brilliant and imsu pressive weddings of the season at Oweusboru was that of Dr Todd Pope and Ward of Mt Vernon Ill to Miss Virginia Watkins of Owtusboro who is known here Tuesday evening ora1 lust week Miss Margaret Moorman attended the wedding from thin isity iin sad was the Knot Of Miss tine Roberts Wotkina who wuN oUt of the attendants Pull of Tragic Meaning tare three lined from T H Siinitmnfli of Casey la Think what might liav rmnlted from his terrible cough it he bail not taken the medicine niiont 110 which hf writes I Led a fearful rough that dlftttub my nights rest I trial ererythin but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Uiwoovory for Consumption Coughs and tolilx which complh tlyI I cured Uti instantly relieves and manently i cures all throat trod plrjl IInllllnenWQnjin guaranteed SUc and 100 Trial hH j tie ftlOII E G Burt of Stephensport arrivelt he re trout Lexington last Thursday with a car of ponies nnd sold about twenty five on Saturday and Sunday around and in our town Lewisport cor Hancock Clarion Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no Jhesitanoy in continuing to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their little ones as it contains absolutely nothing injur tons This remedy is not only perfectly safe to give small children but is a medicine of great worth and merit It nUB a world wide reputation for its r cures of coughs colds and croup and byshort YMJi 7 Rim 5KENTUCKYS GREATEST EDITOR I zo tl Iurtesy Noirspnnerdom HENRY WATTERSON Dale Smith May Run Again Owensboro Messenger Hon D H Smith of Hodenville Ky was in the city yesterday on le business Mr Smith is and has beets five terms the representative of the Fourth district in congress Four years ago he was a formidable candidate for senator when Hon J li McCreaiy was electedMr Smith several months ago an nounced he would not be a candidate representative in the lower house again but there have been persistent reports for weeks that his friends in district were organizing to nomi nate hint Again and Mr Smithwhile Oweusboro yesterday did not deny thisHe is a warm supporter of Senator Blackburn He says that Blackburn will not get less than nine votes from Fourth district and probably moreII Tho Royal AknfJi and the Royal Disease Sudden changes of weather are especially trying and probably to none more M than to the scrofulous and consumptive The progress of scrofula during a normal October is commonly threat We never think of scrofula its bunches cutaneous eruption trod wasting of the bodily substancewitn thinking ot the great good many from it nave derived from Hoods Sarsaparilla whose radical permanent ruses of this are enough t muse it the most famous medicine in the world There isprob not a city or town where Hoods Sarsaparilla has not proved its merits more homes than one in arresting and completely eradicating scrofula which iis almost as serious nnd as inuih to be feared as its near relative oniumption Big Angora Goat Sale john Richardson of Big Spring who has engaged extensively iin raising Angora goats will have a public sale of 2M of these valuable animals on Oct ober LI1 Dont Borrow Trouble It is a bad habit to borrow any thing but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouole When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Bright a disease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over yonrsrmp toms but Hy for relief to Electric Bit tens Here you will findjsun and per manent forgetfulness ot all your troubles wild your holy will not be burden ed by a load of debt disease At Short Haynes drug store Price r 0c Guaranteed May Ask Aid of South Washington Sept 7President Roosevelts trip tbrough the South the latter half of October will not be mere ly to see and be seen It will have a distinct tinge of Rooseveltian politics at least that is the impression that is just now growing here and exciting lively anticipation In short it is be lieved that Mr Roosevelt will in his brief speechostaKe the high ground of national welfare Anti appeal to the South for effect upon her representa tives touching Southern interests in hacking him in several or his policies notable railway rate legislation ratifi cation of the agreement with San Domingo defense of the Panama Cumin passage ot legislation for the Philippines to be recommended by Secretary Taft and other vital sub jPltP Pride in Your Personal Appearance should induce you to pay more attention to the clothes you wear When you select your next Suit or Overcoat insist upon hav ing the very latest style demand an accurate fit ask for a guaranteedButpriceTheJtaufinan Garmentmeets all these requirements and we are selling these servicable clothes at such moderate prices that there is no further excuse for any Man or Young Man to be shabbilyattired An extensive choice of all the exclusive styles and smartest patternsSingle breasted sack suits in Worsteds Clays Thibets and Fancy Scotch Mixtures at Only 1000 to 2250 I A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ProtrudliPilef OINTMENT tall to euro any case no m ttte- of r how long standing In a to N days dlrstapplication gives ease and rest 50c If your druggist hasnt It send We In stamps and It will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medi cine Co St Louis Mo Lexington Wants Fair Always That Lexington is the logical loca tion for a State fair and the onlyI city in Kentucky where a successful State fair can be held will be the positive claims of Lexington business men the prevent officials of the Fair Asso elation and the Board of Control whenI the future of the fair comes up for se rious consideration The attitude o Louisville business men on the sub ject is noncomtn ttal at present but it is understood that they are in favor ot making a fight for the fair if the fair Is made permanent Plans lor tIll continuation ot the Kentuck State fair will be made within the next month or six weeks CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature s of Mr Pate Mill Ready to Run Mr S A Pate is putting in the machinery in his flouring mill and will bo ready to grind next week Tho mill is to be fitted up with uptodate improvements and everything of the best This will be an improvement that our citizens have been toping to have for more than a yenrWest Point cor Elizaberhtown News Mr Pate IB a wellknown former citizen of Hardinsburg F FRAIZECOPYrihtrg o Chas an Bros Outfitters for Lien Women and ChildrenChlcata r yt ire 1Qr 1r WORKING WOMEN I Their Hard Struggle Made EasierInteresting State ments by a Young Lady in Boston and One in Nashville Tenn ImFI All women work some in their homes sumo in church and some iin the whirl of society And in stores mills and shops tens of thousands are on the neverceasing treadmill earning their daily bread physicallawsphysical disturbance and the nature of their duties in many cases quickly drifts them into tho horrors of all kinds of female complaints ovarian troubles ulceration falling and dis placements of tho womb Icucorrhooa or perhaps irregularity or suppression of monthly periods causing back ache nervousness irritability and lassitudeWomen who stand on their feet all day aro more susceptible to these troubles than others hnlgoratingstrengthen the female organism and enable them to bear easily tho fatigues of time day to sleep well at night and to rise refreshed and cheerful How distressing to see a woman perfback and head are aching she isso tired she can hardly drag about or stand up and every movement causes pain tho origin of which is duo to some derangement of the female organist Miss F Orser of 14 Warrenton Street People in Kansas Hutchinson Kan Sept 23 1005 Virgil Miller still with time Amer lan Steam Laundry Lewis Miller and wife and Mr and Charles Smith of Langdon was the guest of his brother a tow days last Judith Brickey and Mr Shaw of Nickerson were hero last weeK Misses Jhlora and Eliza Miller at tended the Home Theatre last even ing Boston tells women how to avoid suck suffering she writes Dear Mrs Pinkbam I HUfTorod misery for several years wits irregular menstruation Mr back ached t had bearing down pains and frequent headache I could not sleep and oould hardly drag around I consulted two physicians without relief and as nJvsfc resort I tried Lydia E Vegetable Compound and to my surprise every ncnA and pain left me I gained ten pounds and am in perfect health Miss Pearl Ackers of 327 North Sum mer Street Nashville Tenn writes Dear Mrs Plnkham I sutrered with painful periods levers backache bearingdown pains pains across tho abdomen was very nervous and Irrita I decided to try Lydia E Pinkham Vegetable Compound I soon found it was doing mil good All my pains and aches dlsnppeared- and I no longer fear my monthly periods Lydia R Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound is the unfailing cure for all thesis troubles It strengthens the proper muscles and displacement with all its horrors will no more crush you Backache dizziness fainting bearing down pains disordered stomach moodiness dislike of friends and society all symptoms of the one causewill- be quickly dispelled and it will make you strong and well You can tell the story of your suf ferings to a woman and receive help ful advice free of cost Address Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass j Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Ctm lund SHCCUUIS Where Others FaiIJI Breckenridge is SundtyfweekMiss fairy monthdMy Miss Ethel Pate WhO nas been vie iting her aunt Mrs J M Teter re turned home Friday Raymond Pate of Sterling en routa for Renfrew Oula stopped over here a few days the guest ot Lewis Miller and family Alfred Miller line resigned his posi tion with the Kansas Qinm Co James Brickey who has been sick is very much Improved Charles Arbuckle of Nickerson was here Thursday attending the fair the guest of Miss Chlora MillerSunflower THE EQUITABLE LIFE I 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 dayIn 1 In 1902 98 per cent within one day In 1903 95 per cent within one day dayJulyCLAIMS PAID 213997365P-AID WITHIN ONE DAY 209 985565 THATREMAINEDWhere claims are not paid immedi ately it is usually due to delay on the part of the beneficiary in sub mitting complete papers First In Its Payments To Living Policy Holders For many years the Equitable has paid a larger amount in dividends than any other compa- nyDIVIDENDS PAID 5341641001n1901 In 1902 447792400 i 568229600InFIRST IN FINANCIAL STRENGTH f 41395302100Liabilities Surplus 8079426900 1 Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 12425 per cent HENRY JtJ POWERS Manager for Kentuckyij Equitable uilding Louisville Ky A For full particulars as to new R representativerepresentative anywhere ji- s K Y u 1 k t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1WW ARRESTED AT SIIEPIIERDSVILLE Dr Crabb Not Worried Over Charge of Forgery Made Against Him Dr W B Crubb n former dentist of this county was arrested at ybepl Lerrtdville lust Wednesday on a forgery I yarrant sworn out by Dr T M Crntchur proprietor of the Louisville Dental Laboratory at 420 West Walnut street Louisville and a professor in the Louisville College of Dentistry Crabb was arrested by E D Jones jaIler at Sbepherdsville the warrant bdng forwarder thorn as Crabb was known to be there practicing his profession He was taken to Louis yule and lodged in jiil soon after hit arrestAs in tin News lust wick Orutcher claims that Crabb passed a worthless check on him for f46 The name of H O Cooper was signed to the check and the binlt to which It was presented pronounced it a forgery Crabb is twentyeight years old and a graduate of the Louisville Col lege of Dentistry He is stylishly iressed and of nice appearance He refused to mugs any statement about the charge against him when seen bj a reporter further than to say that it would come out all right OAS T O RJABern thethe 9 Always Bought 8ignofattue hH tPlan Great Home Coming Week Home coming Week for Kentuek ians although almost a year off is ever present to the members of the Commercial Club of Louisville hoi are making every effort to give it the widest possible publicity Letters have bees addressed to the mayor of every city of note in the country asking to be furnished with the name of the Presi dent of Kentucky Clubs if they exist in those cities and already answers are being received Other letters have been addressed to the editors of all Kentucky weekly pa pers asking to be furnished with lists of their outofState subscribers This is done upon the behalf that most of the out of State subscribers tor such papers are former Kentuckians Personal letters will be written to these notify ing them of the homecoming and informing them of the favorable railroad IItes to be secured of the splendid eu crtninnient in store for them and urg ing them to be present Railroad rates hive been secured over all roade of one fare plus twenty i ve cents It is believed that such an advantageous rate will induce thousands of former Keutuclnane to return at this time to their mother State The convention will be held iiJ May or June of I 1J06 IYou may de just as skeptical and pes simistic as you please Kodol will di gest wnat YOU eat whether you eat or not You can put your food in a bowl t IIpour a little Kodol Dy pepsia Cure on it will digest it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help but cure Indigestion and Dyspepsia I IIt is curing hundreds and thousands some had faith and some didnt Sold by All Druggists Blackburn Confident United States Senator J C S Black burn who is making a campaign for re election in nearly every county in the state described the situation as being eminently satisfactory in an interview in Louisville last weekand said that he bad been warmly greeted everywhere t through the state k omen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In one cheerfulness soon disappear when kid neys are out of order ordiseasedKidney trouble has prevalentIfor to be born I afflicted with weak neys If the urinates too oft If urine scalds the flesh or lif7 when en the child reaches an age when it should be able to control passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose y Women as well as men are made mis- erablek with kidney bladder trouble and both need same great remedy ofrSwampRootby druggists fifty cent and dollar jtI sties You may have a sample bottle by mall and the a child kid child the the the the and the ree also pamphlet tell Home ot Brampuoot f igall about It Including many of the ousands of testimonial letters received jouf sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer jCiQo Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper r t make anJ mts ako but remember the 1ltgampIioot pro Ktlmers 9wamp- aJWIabe address BinghamtonN Y er bBttle r v j rs4J 10 Q Y I CONFERENCE AT LEITCHFIELD r I Welcome Address by Senator Worth am200 thrusters Attend Leirchtield Ky Sept 27The first lay of tho annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South was opened by Bishop W A Candle at 0 oclock in tne new Opera Hall at this place today It is estimated t there are 200 preachers attending the conference The Bishop spoke about fortyfire minutes commenting on the importance of taking the Bible as it iIs interpreted by the divine1 and inspired writers and to reject such of the mod ern thought as finds iw inspiration In illusory scientific experiment After the Bishops address Secretary James J Tigert was called upon to read nit report After the reading of the report nominations were made for sec retary and Dr Tigert was reelected Former Senator J S Wort bam on behalf ot Mhyot Clements and the citizens ofLIe Itchtielt1 delivered the address of welcome to the members of the conference Bishop Candler replied in his characteristic pleasant manner and the routine business of the confer ence was begun Who Will be Elected This Fall The secretary of state is preparing the instructions to county clerks concerning the election to be held November 7 All tho county officials except circuit clerks and circuit judges all the repro sentatives in the general assembly half the senators lire to 1 1 eJcedand a constitutional amendment concerning viva voce voting is to to be determined on by the voters READ THIS Hopkinsville Kv June 7th 1UU1 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder troubles and at times was unable to work I wns advised to try your Texas Wonder and utter nsinir onefourth of dne bot tle I passed a large gravel and I have never Buttered since passing the same three years ago I have recommended it to litany others who reported themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases Sam Dean A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleof the Texas Won der Halls Groat Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis I rbeuI Kidneys Mud bladder in men and women regulate bladder trouble Iin children If not sold by your I druggist it will be sent byjnmll on receipt offl One small bottle ia two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drnggibts The Railroads Vull Street Journal So important have become tne rail roads to civilization that their con striation mine operation are not only questions of national policy but even ot international contention The recent war between Russia and Japan was largely a strugglA over the Man chum Railway The possession of the railroad was the strategic key not merely to a military situation but to a commercial sitnaton The country that possesses it controls in Brest measure tho trade of tne orient China has made a remarkable pro gress since the Boxer outrages At last she has opened the door ot her oriental seclusion to the commerce and civilizaton of the world lhe announce ment which has been made oy theI Chinese Minister to President Ruose velt of the policy ot his government in the construction of railroads marks an epoch in the history of China and it may perhaps be regarded as a thousand I mile post in the development of theI human raceChina has not only decid ed to build railroads but to build them herself and this means the opening of enormous trade to tho world While i is probable that the population o mina has been exaggerated there is of course no doubt tnat she contains hundreds ot millions of people who only need modern means of communication to become customers for the products ot the world Not only is China to build railroads but the government seems to have been at lsttf completely converted to the metnods o western civilization and is determined to bring western ideas to the people as fast as possible Leads in Tobacco Consumption The United States leads all nations In the consumption of tobacco accord mug to a bulletin isdned by the depart nent of commerce and labor A com Statesparisonconsumes 440000 000 pounds of tcbacco a year or an average ot 5 4 pounds for every man woman and child in the country Russia next on the list con snores 201782000 pounds a per capita iiEi pounds FatYtljii rY Wfpt88N e Program National Convention of Tobacco Growers at Owensboro C Huycs Juyj r Vtcjr ir I JTIdll Furminx The convention will be called to order at 10 oclock iv m Wednesday October 18 The morning session will be given to the seating of delegate the address of welcome and the TV sponso by Pros Davenport of the As sociation The afternoon session will be given- to the announcement of committee reading the report of the Secretary and an address by Pres liveritt of the A S of E followed by discussion The evening session will be giren Otto r addresses and discussions and the report of the committee on Order of BusinessIt that three sessions will be hold daily Addresses will bf trade by Jno W Uaines the Tobacco Con rts man from Tennessee H B Sherman National Organizer A S of E Col John S nunlag ham of North Carolina Hon S C Adams President Interstate Tobacco Growers Association Hon kiss Fort President Dark Tobacco Grow ers Protective Association Bon Felix G Ewing of Tennessee Congressman AO Stanley of Kentucky and others Bryans Parting Worth Lincoln Neb Sept t 7W J Bryan has written another letter to President Roosevelt which was made public tonight He says in part To President Roosevelt Penult me a parting word You have the con sent of your life before you and I desire to render you all the ussistunce in my power Yon asked congress to eu act a law so enlarging the power of the interstate commerce commission so as to enable Iit to fix and enforce n reasonable freight rate and the railroad lobby was strong enough to stop it in the senate through the bill was passed by tho house The rfil road magnates expect to block the wiBSUge of tho billagain Stand by your guns You haoe developed the reform element in the Re publican party You must lead it or suitor the humiliation of seeing your leadership pass to some one else Ho forward you owe it to yourself you owe Iit to your part and wore then all you owe it to the country A Prominent Trainman Tin man friends of G Id HanMo Enjrlnt r L E S W R K at present living iu Lama 0 will be pleaned to know of his reooTiry from tbrw r nwl kidney diaeaae He says 1 was curvet by ueing Foleys Kidney Cure which I recommend to nil especially to t aiuuien who are usually similarly ulllictod Sold by A R Fisher Louissville or Luueevilfe The pronunciation of this citys name ought to be some day settelerl Borne people call it Lou issille others Discussion will follow the addresses in whicn all delegates and interested persons are invited to taKe part I topicsIand Condition ot 105 Crop ot Tcbm co Methods of Growing Storing and Prizing Methods of Marketing Scale of Price to lIe Adopted for 1105 To bacco Completion of Organization I I PrincipalIj Organization and Transact Business Com in i ttes to prepare reports on these topics will be announced the first day of the convention and reports will be I made during tho morning of the last j I day All plans will be careftJly con sidered and thoroughly discussed rturI iuy the sessions and finally acted upon after the committee reports are rendered I Permanent committees to assist and facilitate thA work and promote the associated interests ot tho tobacco growers will be chosen also officers I for the ensuing year will be elected and the place of meeting in 1100 do I Icided upon i Loueeville It is not often out of the state called by the latter name In the city itself it is however frequently so termed The city was named for aI French king Louis The French pro nunciation of Louis is Louee The English pronunciation is Loniss or Lewis There is no earthly reason why the name should be Gallicized The Frenchman very properly calls our city Loneeville but the Amerhan ought call Louisi1IeIouisville it in the tongue of their Herald toI I Presidential Election will make no change No matter which candidate is elect ed Foleys Honey mind Tar will re main tne peoples favorits remedy forItoughs olds and incipient tion It cures colds quickly and pre vents pneumonia A J NuHbaurn Batesville Ind writes I suffered for three months with a severe cold A drug ist prepared me some medi cine and a physician prescribed for me yet I did not improve I then tried Fleys Honey and Tar and sight do ei cured me Sold by A H Fisher I Burley Growers Elect Officers I t I Lexington Ky Sept 28 TIlt diii II rectors of tlu White Burl y T I HV Growers Association the organizattin I woicb has been formed with the l I the white tmilyl sign of oontr oiling crop of the United States in oppi lion to the socalled Tobacco Trust elected these otlicers Archibald Stuart Cincinnati president William Adams 11 I vice president 1V1J Friedland CinI kinati treasurer B D Berrysec j retary titlfll = A DAILY PAPER FREE Well not exactly free but the next thing to it What do you think of this offer The Breckenridge News and the CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW For only 15O A Year This offer is open for a limited time only11e cant tell holy lour we shall have an opportunity to give you such a bat gun so come early Pay up your arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year Think of itl The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is a phe nomenal1 success It is a four page sevencolumn paper prated Januaryt tofadd thousands more in the next few weeks by means of an ar rangement with the BUECKENKIDGE NEWS andother newspapers such as we have outlined above The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY KEVIEW is pub lished every 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cotIillllllrotli furors for sate HI ricncuouilv low prici The Widest Open Door of Them All INDIAN bt entirety time white rotounlry to have And to hold Hk I In coal rich In oil rich In timber rich in soil No land In America nutter worth having and What Next Territory Nearly a Imlfuill acn more to be opened lids year Only H leas this time but a lease In the Southwest Is a foot hold Write for IllustratedI literature and information retarding low rates Viutliwist In t fftit tie Nt and kid Tuesdays of eAch month information little Ark you could sell farm torifty for IOta ac acre and buy hack tomorrow for 10 an acre You would do If you cia bay the 100 land for 10 some where liNt the proposition is just good can buy in the South wee Why shouldnt you do you wish Know fIr Htxmt for copies our Texan and Oklahoma XkB They are free I HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg 81 Louis Mo J pRa Cures Cholera Infantum Dysentery and the Bwel Troubles of Children of Jtny Age Aids Digestion the 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year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presentsranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen pre sents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair anp simple Write to the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for copy of the CourierJournal giving full details It be sent free Vegetable ThatIis they constipation biliousness sickheadache DYEaOpen Door Succes- sSOUTHWEST ARKANSASThoAntlRenters TERRITORYw huidi- nKOKLAHOMAThe Full en request lEE G A IMcGUIIIE P A IRock Cincinnati O j jI oA NJ vIIf your Figures it ituuuuiiuunuOn as A it t j FarmsYou it 7 It to It write of i IA 12i1 t Diarrhoea l Kcauljics clsl TEETHING POWDERS Druggists 25c Louis lifa SOUTHERN RAILWAY LOUIS WEST change p HI p m or GIVEN AWAY f t i a weekly will rc IG- EOII P tl P LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST I Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana and Texas at rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going 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 and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the cheay lands along the Cot ton Belt Haute for maps timo table and informa a about rates etc LOSCHAEFERtTPAC- otton Eslt Route Cincinnati O S D Convention Note Among the subjects assigned fr dif fereut speakers at the State Development convention which meets at Louisville October 10 11 and l12are the following Kentuckys Present Op portunities Capital How to Attract to Kentucky Immigration of the Right ClassHow to Attract to our State II Railway Extension in Ken tucky and Cooperation with Agri cultural Interests Development of Agricultural Interests in Gener nl Development of Timber IntereststlRoad Building Tax ation for State and County Rev enue Rirer Improvements Ohio and Kentucky rributaries Interurban Electric Extension as a Developer of the State + ml q II + T s THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors I Issued Every YednesdayIr Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year t CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charred for at the rate ofI r 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money I in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notifyus When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE = T = = n === = TM PAGES c WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 I m 11101 G117s i It is a sad evil thing if the men with moral sense group then selves as impractical zealots while the men of action gradually grow I to discard and laughut nilI I moral sense as an evidence of unpractical weakness Theodore Hoosovelt I = = 1 MIND your own business and you will thus give other people an I opportunity to mind theirs i t TUKX your back on the maw who offers to buy your vote be he I Democrat or Republican It is a slam on your character as a man and as a citizen Do YOU want any nicer weather than this Glorious October no other month in the calendar like her And shes doing her best in this good year of 1905 TIIKUK is on deposit in the state and national banks in Kansas 115000000 This is the greatest record ever made in bank deposits in that state Most of the money belongs to farmers 1 XKW corn iis being marketed in Nebraska The quality is tine and the yield sixtyfive bushels per acre Winter wheat threshing is about over find the yield very heavy averaging forty bushels IelI acre IT is utterly impossible to have a good und pure city andcounty government unless you have fair and honest elections and it is the duty of every good citizen to see that the purity of the ballot is upheld and preserved Judge Pryois charge to the grill jury A WASHINGTON special says that John W Vorkes of Kentucky will become a member of the Presidents cabinet Me is to take the place which will shortly be made vacant by the resignation of Victor H Motcalf of the Department of Commerce and Labor Metcalf is J expected to leave the cabinet this fall because of the Presidents attitude on the Chinese exclusion laws Tin lRepublican party of Breekenridgc county places before the people a ticket of genuine merit and it asks all Republican voters to show their faith in their party by supporting it Itt is not a machine made ticket It is the peoples ticket and represents the best element in the county There is no reason why any man who calls himself a a Republican should refuse to support it A Hums is what the war on railroads is doing for Wisconsin There are no more free passes giver to land agents in steering settlers to vacant lands in that state The agents have quit the business and the Iis settlers go to other states No more excursion trains in Wisconsin No stop overs permitted This is all the result of politicians trying to run the railroads and tampering with freight rates s Ahli you lleading ihuhmii souls to what is best and making what isb best out of them when you lend them to the polls with a So bill wait ing for them when they cast their vote as you want it cast Ht it right Is it acting as a lawabiding citizen should act toward his fellowmtth f The man who buys a vote is a bad citizen and the most dangerous man in the community The law should take hold of him And handle him and give him what he deserves Dont blame the poor iignorant voter IIf there were no buyers of votes tl ore would be iio sellerJJ J XKXT Monday will be circuit court a Ilardinsburg a mighty good time to renew your subscription to the NEWS The editor will be there to receive it and thank you too Dont forget this Paying anyrother just debt that you owe The expenses of publishing as large a paper as the NKWS are very heavy and it is necessary that subscrip tions should be paid promptly It is for this reason that we urge their payment There is nothing personal about it for it applies to all who owe us i WB publish a letter from Mr Lott in this issue He intimates i that the gentlemen who have the information regarding the state of politics down in Hancock ran the NKWS man down and held him up while he published it This is Mr Lotts own construction put on apiece of political news We dont suppose the men who gave out the information had any idea of it appearing in print It was given out in a casual way and we printed it Dick Owen knew nothing snout it either and it was as much a piece of news to him as it was to our friend Mr Lott Tim Bureau of Statistics gives a very favorable report of the movement of our internal commerce for the month of August Chicago Kansas City St Louis St Joseph and Omaha received 2800705 head of livel stockaa an increase of more than 150000 head over August 1904 At Chicago the receipts of packing products were 73752iiS8 pounds an increase of 21747208 pounds over August lJO1 The wheat receipts at all the leading centers show large increases over J August of last year The tonnage on the lakes is heavier andshows an enormous increase At Sault St Marie canal the total tonnage passing through the canal for the eight months of this year was 26 104791 net tons as against 14843007 tons last year The extruI wages paid out this year for the movement of this freight runs upII into millions of dollars M tr Je r u A u 1 tit r- M V Miss MAUDE ADKISSON was here last Thursday night onroute to Fort Sill Oklahoma She was at home at Irvington during the past illness and death of her mother Mrs Adkisson Miss Adlds son has been working in a Presbyterian mission school near Fort Sill six years She is superintendent of the school and does reporting fo religious and other papers She is a charming young woman and has an appealing fascinating manner which is the keynote to her succes on the mission field Her plane of work is known as Apache Mis sion and is supported by the church of the Dutch Reform President Roosevelts church It is situated near the home of an Indian tribe of which fifty children arc under the dicipline of one man and seven women of the school In the neighborhood Fort Sill there arc fiftynine Indians of age who have been converted through the few years work of the mission Dr Frank hull Wright of the Apache Mission will be in Louisville this winter to deliver lectures in regard to the missionary work being done in Oklahoma among the Indians SiKKi comfort and safety is what you get when you travel orI the Henderson Route No other road in the county can show a better record along these lines It is a record to be proud of tutu a record that is appreciated hy the public There is another thing that can be said for this railroad and its builders No other institution has done more for the upbuilding and development of Brcckenridge county in a business way than the Henderson Route It has given us good1 shipping facilities a good mail service has put us in daily touchwith all sections of the country told the outside world We raisemore stuff ship more cattle hogs mules and horses than we ever did before It has brought us the markets of the world right at our door If we have anything to sell there is always a buyer Farm lands are higher told in better demand and it is no trouble for a man to turn his farm into cash if he wants to sell The Henderson Route is doing every thing it can in the way of low rates and good shipping facilities to help us When we compare our condition with that of ten or fifteen years ago we can appreciate the value ofa good railroad TUB Panama Canal is now a settled fact There is no longer any doubt about it And we are to have a canal much sooner than we ex pected It will be ready for operation in not less than four years The New York Sun pays a high tribute to President Roosevelt in connection with this the greatest acheivcmcnt of modern times It says In considering this early wonder of the century it is impossible to put apart from it the masterful and allcompelling genius which is now and always will be hereafter associated with its achievement President Roosevelts unerring instinct for that thing which is capable of practicable realization for that thing which will most readily ap peal to the imagination of the nation for that thing which will suffuse the present rather than occupy the future that is what has made the Panama Canal the immediate and absorbing actuality that it is today Without President Roosevelt no Republic of Panama andno canali anywhere Without President Roosevelt no determining what kind of a canal to build and no beginning of it if it were determined Only his energy and impetuous domination of men and things could bring the telescope to a focus I Mrs W 1 I Taul Dead Matthijly Ivy Oct aSpecial The remains of Mrs W I Taul who diedat Oaktowu Iud Friday of flux was buried at the Pisgah graveyal d Sunday Mis Taul was the daughter- of Rileyand Mildred Rawlins and formerly lived here having moved to Oaktowu last November She lean S a husbaud mud three children bue united with the Baptist church at Pis gab about nine years ago and has lived consistent Christian life new Idea in a Cough lSyrup is advanced in Kennedys Laxative Honey TurIBonerendered LllXfltlVGi tit tllllt its use inanres a prompt and efficient evacu ation of the bowels It relaxes the nervous system and cares nil coughs colds crnupetc A red olover I blossom and the honey bee Is on every of the Original Laxative hough Syrap Kennedys Laaative Honey and Tar Sold by All Druggists Young Boy Dies of typhoid btepnensport Ky Oct 8Spo cial Hermnft liTicius the seven yearold iF ehof Mr and Mrs Chas died last Thursday of typhoid feverMter an illness of several weeks The funeral was held Friday the Interment being at the Tinius graveyard O A 53 11 CD ITI A- Be n theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signttnro Iof Mad Desire Leads to Death In mad desire for an intoxicant William Lancaster of Lebanon Ky a car penter employed at Fordsville drank wood alcohol though he knew the nature of the liquid and died Thursday night as a result He hand been drink lug for several days and his supplyof whiskey became exhausted There was no suicidal intent New Cure For Cancer All surface uancers are now known to bo curable by Bncklena Arnica Salvo Jas Walters of Duffleld Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bncblens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cats and burns 25c at Short Haynes drug store Card of Thanks We desire to thank our many friends and neIghbors and Drs Wimp and Lee who so faithfully administered to us during the illness and death of our beloved little son Herman Mr and Mrs C A Tinius Subscribe for the News 1 y ti THIS REMEDYCATARRH I Is sure to GIVE Satisfaction Elys Cream Balm G e Relief at Once It cleanses soothes und jHals the ills eusi a membrane It FllTDdrivesi In the Head quickly It is absorbed Heals Is ncJ Protects the Membrane Restores the ntdErugglsr It Counts Into Mosey Newspaper subscriptions count into I money very fast especially where there are three thousand of them One dollar is a small sum but if 1000 subscribers I owe 1 abletie illsi exactly the sane as if one mail Owed 1000 It is for this Waioll that every subscriber who owes ijl or more is billed regularly It is no reflection on him individually because every subscriber is treated exactly alike Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure is guaranteed to cure rheumatism only Try a nine daa treatment If oui nine days treatment does not cure a second nine days treatment will For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky You need not suffer longer with rheumatic pains Call on A R Fish er druggist for a nine days treat ment of Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure Manufactured and guaranteed by the Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure Co in corporated at Adairville Ky Old Veteran Rheumatic Cure is rec ommended for the cure of rheumatism only Call on your druggist for a nine days treatment which is guaranteed to cure Price 10- 0DhonauSchreiber Miss Anna Dhouau daughter of Squire H J Dhonau of Rome Ind was married Wednesday to Charles D Schreiber of Tell City where they will reside = For Homeseekers i Cheapest rates yetless than one way faro fox the round trip to points in the bonthweat Go via Memphis or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Deg 5 and 10 Finest time tovisit the Southwest see the crops and locate a home Write for maps literature and cost of ticket to any point- L 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 EWLaBEAUAE GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route 14 fiwoi JJ 3 NNNN NNN NNN e I i PayersrI will be at the following places on the following dates IRVINGTON OCTOBER 118 WEBSTER 119 i 1i11- I i STEPHENSPORT 23 i I MOOLEYVILLE 25tt to receive Your Taxes z I S W Bassett D S 1 1 4 ++ + +4+4+ 4 4 + + + + ++4 ol a ol olIn uWWV- II M HAMMAN SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers AND DEALERS IN E FURNITUREb Wilson Standard and White 11Wheeler MACHINES 1 IIA rood 5Drawer Drophead Machine guaranteed for 5 years only 1298 J Graphophones 10 20 30 and 100 11Columbia 25c Onefourth Down and 100 per week 10 20 and 30 Records 350jj From 400 to 500 Assorted Records in stock 4 125 to 1200 each IIattrcsscsPillows 90c to 325 per pairIGenuine Welshbach and Lindsay Gas Burners complete I with Mantles and Opal Globes only 85c Mantles I lOc 15c and 25c Picture and Window Glass Music by the 30 Edison Phonograph all the time Come I to see us Mailorders given prompt attention M HAMMAN SONC- LOVERPORT KY TELEPHONE GROWTH ji T- kfo The Cumberland Telephone S Telegraph Compuny has issued x statement of its business for the month of August and the inifo crease in the number of subscribers is shown as follows Jfc fins II- vj Number subscribers August 1st 1905 131334tiy Number added during month 3754 I w Number discontinued 2963 f Ji1 1Netincrease 791I r Total subscribers August 31stI 1905 132125I 1 U r= iF I WIRE FENCING BUILDING MATERIAL rIt Just received car load of American Wire Fence which we are offering at lower prices than any of givesIus the advantage of the largest discount to the trade and we propose to share this with our cus tomers g We have on hand a lot of good secondhand wagons and buggies whichwe will trade for any kindof live stock X a BuildingMaterial IOur Prices Are The Lowest F COWLEY SIMMONS z IRVINGTON KENTUCKY L i Subscribe for the NEW 4 t Ltjiy fit rr1 t4 N i o TiredIt may be from overwork but A the chances are Its from an in active LIVER r With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountain of labor without fatigue It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity It can be kept in healthful action by and only by I IUttS Pills ffAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Z e Breckenridge News EDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1005 T Z j Fresh oysters at the English Kitoh lover Leaf flour Hoc at Julian iwns 1A J Moore was down from Har i nsburg Saturday JSnow Flake Hour 55c at lultai gowns White fish somethiug tine at tbi Jnuheh Kitchen Geo Younger spent Thursday and 1rtday in Louisville t Best old coin per bu OOc at Julian Browns I The best leaf lard only ten cents a pound at J B Williams Best flour only GO teats a sack at the English Kitchen ttGold Dust flour GOo at Julian Browns Mr and Mrs John Emricbof Cha m bers visited here last week t Crushed corn per 100 Ibs 100 af Julian Browns Gold Dust ir Golden Crown flour ot cts per sack Popham Bros Golden Crown flour GOo at Julian Browns Miss Margaret Moorman returned Wednesday from Owensboro Bolted meal per bu 05c at Julian Brown s- Firstclass roasted coins only 15 i cents n pound at the English Kitchen Wallace Pierce was down from Louisville Monday and Tuesday 4 t jfBuy your buggies and wagons at Julian Browns Mrs Geo Unser was here from Owensborn part of last week Freak bread every dayat the Eng lisp Kitchen Cash paid for all kinds of produce at J R Williams Douglas Williams went to Owensbo ro Friday to spend several days ji 7 Best timothy seed per bu 180 at Julian Browns I Ueo Wendelken was down from Louisville yesterday Fresh cream and limberger cheese at the English Kitchen Ten bars nice laundry soap for 2- 5centsJ R WilliamsI Best red top seed per lb 7Mc at Julian Browns Best breakfast bacon 14 cents per pound at J R Williams Buy your chilled plow and have them guaranteed by Julian Brown Mrs John Welsenberg went to Stephensport Thursday to visit rela tines Miss Marian Bowmer went to Owensboro Monday to visit Miss Hat tie Conway f ir Large fire shovel sells everywhere for 10 cts onr price 5 cts Popham Bros o cents Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paidone dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in eight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is r cheap for such valuable mat terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little free t SCOTT BOVNE CHEMISTS a 409 Pearl Street New York P Soc and fcioo italldruggists Mrs Orfila DeHaven has been visiting Gen and Mrs A J Gross at HoltRev T 0 Kerr of Hodgenvill was the guest of Mr and Mrs A n Simons part of the past veekICome in and let us show you our line of snow We know we can Ilve you money Popham Bros Mrs A A LaHelst came dov from Louisville Wednesday for a shier visit to relatives The best airtight heater on the marKet for 750 Call and we will be glad to Ixplain to you Popham Bros Jno Lott of Lewieport Republica candidate for State Senator way iIn the city Thursday Father J L Whalen of Stith ton was the guest of Father 0 Brey Thursday and Friday Mra W H Bowmen went to Louis ville Thursday to visit her daughter Mrs John Burks Henry DeH Moorman of Hardens burg Democratic candidate for count judge was hero Saturday Mr and Mrs C W Moorman were at Leitchtield last week tho guests of Mr and Mrs Lemuel Moorman Miss Emma Lou Moorman has returned to Ulendeane after a visit to her cousin Miss Ktheune Moorman Misses Rena Burk und Stella Bot ortf of Owensooro were the guests of the Misses Jarboe Friday and Satur day Andrew Driskell of Hardinsburg Republican candidate for count school superintendent was here Thurs day MM Oliver Powers returned last week from Owensboro accompanied by Mrs R L Puckett whom she VI- Sited Mr and Mrs H A Oelze attended the Methodist conference at LeitcbM last week und were the gnestsof Mrs tfarthn Heston Miss Lillian McQuady of Evansville and MIss Myrtle Elder of Jooleyville cue visiting their aunt airs J W Pate We have a nice line of fresn groceries fresh vegetables fresh butter and eggs Your orders delivered promptly J R Williams Horse cattle and poultry foods pre pared on scientific principles Stood the test for twentyfive yearsJ R Villiams the grocer Mrs Ella LaNeave left Wednesday for her home at Franklin Tenn Miss Lucile LaNeave her daughter will join her in a fow week Mrs l A Crary and children EdIth and James and brother Harold Murray left Thursday for Middleport W Va wnere the latter will attend icnool Father C Brey was at Canneltou iunday attending forty hours devo Jon service at the Catholic church and at Hardinsburg Monday the guest of Father Gabe Mrs K L Newsom returned Wednesday evening from a visit to Mrs Ji V BraHhear in Louisville and Miss Lela Henly hostess ut the Con ederate Home Pewee Valley Buy a Live q nand box of our horse and cattle food use it as directed on one or two animal and if not satisfied with the result your money will be efnnded These goods are sold on tbeirmeritsT B Williams the grocer Mr and Mrs Harvey Harris passed down Thursday from Louisville where they were married on Tuesday oC last week en route to Howell Ind vhere Mr Harris bas a position ac elegnph operator and where they will reside LOCAL BRIEFS The Republicans of this the ficeond istiict held a mass convention at the city hall Saturday afternoon and nominated Thos M Bates who Jives rear Victoria for magistrate and R O Perkins of this city for constable The Epworth League has accepted an invitation from the Baptist Young copies Uuion to hold a union meeting at the Baptist church The late of the meeting Is left with tho members of the Epworth League vho will decide on one ot the four remaining Sunday evenings of the month Ira Behen president of the levotional department of the League has appointed Lawrence Murray pros dent of the League to conduct I the nesting It will be the second union nesting the two organizations have geld The first was at the Methodist church on invitation of the League md was conducted by R LI Oelze resident of the Baptist Young People Union D W Murray has been here part of he past week from Owensboro where be has a position in the citys concrete lepaitment He was formerly on the izteusion of the Henderson Route JII R Hammond of Birmingham Ala formerly employed here at it T Hudsons office was here Satnr tl DR R P KEENE m TAYLOR KEENEtt I ICII DENTISTS g mitII- II I Dr Llghtfoots co ono week out nf each month prepared to 1 W wult on all wishing IlighI Class lion vII if tlstry 1 Date Will be Announced Later day with Mr Murray trOnJ Owens toro where he has a position with the city John Ryan has received word that his son Chas Ryan has been lined ono cent and costs at Madisonville for shooting and wounding a negro Jacob May is building a blacksuntl shop at the toot of First street ti 0 Babbuge who has been trav eling in Kentucky for the Peaslee Gfnlbert company of Louisville left Thursday for Fort Smith Aik iron which point he will make his territory in tho yauth which embraces severa statest i Geo Younger who has had a posi tion in the wood working department at the Henderson Route shops has gone to Lcuinville to accept a higher position in the wood working depart ment of the L N shops Mrand Mrs Chas Evans and Mrs W A Geary Mrs Evans mother go to Louisville this week to reside Mr Evans is one of the Henderson Routes most popular engineers Mrs F M Eagles returned Sunday to Owensboro after a visit to Mrs Fannie Lisbon Mrs Eades was very ill of neuralgia of the heart while lucre Her husband was at her bedside dUI ing part of the time R L Newosm has a Keifer pear tree that has borne more than twelve bushels of pears this year Who can beat it Horn to the wife of David Matting ly a daughter Noll Helena Lewis A pumpkin on exhibition at A R Fishers drug store is sixtyfive inches in circumference and as large as ever seen in this section It was grown by Essie Dean a colored farmer near town A report read before the city coun cil at its regular meeting Monday night by Ad Waitehoad Hue inspector stated that the flues of the build ing on upper Water street occupied by the Knights of Tabor are in an unsafe condition and Marshal DeHaven was instructed to order same repaired The council adjourned to meet tc night on account of uutinisned business Miss Clara Dyer of Philpot who was here last week visiting her parents Mr anti Mrs J J Dyer has gone to Meridian Missto enter the Meridian Conservatory of Music The Ladies Reading Club will have its first meeting in several months at the home of M ts W H Bowmer to morrow afternoon John Owen of McQuady was in town last Friday He Drought over a tine mule to sell While here he eet his aubscriution up to February 1007 He is about the second ono on our list wh ose label shows date of 1007 Felix Carter has bought a largo tarot near Huntingburg Ind and will move there after October 25 when ho will sell his farm on the Hardinsbnrg turnpike at public auction Miss Rhea Willis has accepted the position of assistant in the postofllce to assume her duties in several weeks James Jhapln who now holds tho position has resigned Rev E Gt Eldred pastor of the Jhriftinu church at Fulton Ky who has been holding a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church will preach this evening and probably hold two services a day until Sunday Orrm Hardin an addition to the Christian oh urch recently organized here was baptised at tue rive Sunday afternoon by Rev Eldred V J C Weatherholt is laying the foundation for his new building west of T F Sawyers wall paper store Mr and Mrs Lee Dowell who have been conducting a boarding house taro havo sold their household effects md will leave about November 10 for Pretoria Ga a small railroad town near Macon where they will reside They leave todav for LnitohHeld for a visit of about a month to their r n oIo t I I Warts 1 + J JPAdvertisements Inserted under this bead atone cent a word per week FOIL SALE ONE pair of Rood work horses 10 years old und harness all In KOO shape Also one pair of henry mules 0 years old HI hands hlKii wagon and harness will give purchaser a job of hauling hum blocks for twelve months Teams can bo seen at Conoordla Ky 1 For futuer Information address Thomas Smith Stvphensport Ky FOR SALE pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines OusollnoJonLouisville Ky FOR SALKTflTlON CERTIFICATE pOUPALETuItlon Certlflcatoln Bryant ulsvllleIforenrldRo News Clovurport Ky FOK SALESWINE- COUSALESwIiR 0 I C plus bred from1 sire mid dam registered by L IJ Sliver t SSOdILlion fromCfollows JSOO for rooster or hen flion for pair WllOlithhHIr orderAlsohutIIttinor all of the above for good live stockA A folk Tolilnsporr I ml daughter Mrs Henry Thomas IH toie going south The Dowoll House has catered largely to railroad men and given satisfaction through furnish ing all possible accommodations Uhns Jones vho has been with Mr and Mrs Dowell several years and who is a member of one of the three bridge crews which are stillre tallied by the Henderson Ronto taree having been laid off WIlt remain here He has been with the Henderson Route thirteen years HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You I know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form Nocuro no pay So- cIIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES State Development Convention Louis vllle Oct 12II For this occasion rate of 245 for I round trip Clovciport to Louisville and return will bo made on Oct 0IU 11 good returning Oct 18 Grand Lodge F 6 AIAl Louisville Oct 1719- For this occasion rate of x245 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will bo made on Oct 111 and 17 good returning Oct 120 Davlss County Fair Owensboro Oct 26 For this occasion rate of 145 for round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Oct 20 good returning Oct 7 Kentucky Trotting Horse Assn Lexington Ky Oct 314 Fcr this occasion Late of t8j for rounl trip Cloverport to Lexington and return will be mado on Oct 5J to 14 inclusive good returning to reach Cloverport prior to midnight ot Oct 15 Fall Races Sept 16October 7 1 2 Do round trip Cloverport to Louis ville and return on Sept 17 to 20 inclusive good returning 1 days from date of sale Also Oct 1 to Oct 7inclusive good returning Oct 9 One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct HI 1905 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 952 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dully fast mill leaves Clo verport 448 p Woo stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 p m Train No48 Dully Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 Ip m WEST BOUND Cioverportaccommodationleaves vllln 900 t11I expressleavesHawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley fepottsvllli Henderson and Ev Uisvlllu arrive St Louis 720 p m Train TMv 43 Mull und Express dally arrives Cloverport 730 p moo Evuusvtllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo rerport 11 M arrives Evausvlllo 135 A- lit OOtPSt lxinl A M stops nt HiLwcsvllln Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between xulsvllle und Evansville Through sleeping ears and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves ordsvlllo430a m an Ives Irvington 840 a in Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves ordsvlllo 320 p m arrives Irvington 50 11111lraln No 0 Sunday only Fords vllle 030 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Supday loaves Irvington 0Wu m uTlves Fordsville 245 p mTrain No 5 Dally loaves Irvlngton 050 p mooarrives Kordsvllle 025 U m MEET ME AT NOTESII 1 Are You Thinking of Getting a New Suit for Fall and Winter cr The New Samples are on exhibition at our Store C i We represent one of the Largest Tailoring Mouses in the World t1 Every Suit or Overcoat ordered from us hs an expression of modern era tmanship c Cleverness of design is very apparent in all onr garments c You will look welldressed in Overcoat or Suit ofour snake c Possihly we are the Tailors you are looking for J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky I Cdick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND 3 tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWatch 5 3 Blacksmiths Wagonmakers 3 3 Carpenters Tinsmiths Etce04 a iBring us your wagons your plows your buggies and ihorseshoeing We are sil juersmiths but guess we can d do your blacksmithingat 4 4least j ID m mIT IS AS REASONABLE FOR h A SILVERSMITH TO SHOE h YOUR HORSE AS FOR A BLACKSMITH TO FIX YOUR t 3 WATCH EYES E t = BRING US YOUR E 3 ACIII ESEE T c LEWIS 4 SON E tl YOUR JEWELERS 3 HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY E TYYVTT7 YYY YYYVYYVYYYY YYYY e treeRE- PUBLICAN NOMINEE MORRIS E8K IU G Candidate County JudgeB- UECKENRIDOE for COUNTY EII Your vote and Influence solicitedI and1 1IIwill bt appreciated Cheaper Rates Southwest Less than oneway fare for the round trip on Oct a and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Dec 5 and 10 Tc points in the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis and Cotton Belt Route You can afford to go now nearly as cheap traveling as staving at home Write for maps and literature on Southeast Missouri Arkansas Northwest Louisiana Texas Also cost of tickets time of trains etc L 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 EW LaBEAUME GP TA SI Louis Mo Cotton Belt Roule n IS MADE bettor by good bread On the poor mans table good bread Is a necessity CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR makes good bread Thats why so many people use It year after year They have learned by experience of Its sterling worth If you do not already use It get a sack at once Youll be surprised at the results It gives j TE carefully safeguardU W V the interests of our fO == customers More h11cover we frequently do it unljIf known to them as opporfit ft W 1confidentirlI1 waysffj LET US HAVE ji jIiqjPOUR BUSINESS 4IIi l It J guscareful attention Highest 1 IiIirate of interest paid on timeyy depositsOfI II INSURED AaA I X S T 1 1LOSS1 HV FIKK AND I BUUOLAKY COXSEK 1 VATIVK BOARD OK M miiEcrous EKFI rrCmi l OFFICERS I jayTI Bank off Cloverportt 11- y Clomport Ky Ifol fol1jI 1j New PhotographGallery C G BRABANT PIIOTOORAPIICR From Owensborc has opened up a nice gallery opposit the post office in Cloverport All kinds of photographic work done in artistic sty ie PRICES MODERATE Another Cabbajfe Snake Found Tarfork Ky Oct 3Special Lust week while preparing cabbage for dinner Mrs T H Bates found a cabbage snaKe In a not very com pact head Notwithstanding its diminutiveness it resembled a snake It was an inch long very thin almost white with a very black pointed head Its movements were that of n snake It goes without saying the cabbage was not cooked i fTo1inOneDoflCdTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets e PJI Z on every 25cSeven r e X mv xp h The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 J 3 TOBACCO PROSPECTS ARE GOOD 4 i Crop of Extra Fine Quality And Fair I Prices arc Very Probable l Tobacco men i who have made an examination of the crop state that in quality It is the best that has been raised in this country in years Thet 4acreage is much reduced from former J years many growers having become discouraged at the low prices received and discontinued the crop Tne tobacco buyers have had little to say so far concerning prices although the impression prevails gtnI Orally that prices will be much better than for recent years The reduced acreage and the exceptional quality s of the crop should Help to boost the price materially and our farmers have a right to expect a substantial in cionse this year There is every reason why they should Other tarm products are bringing handsome returns wheat almost a dollar corn almost a hnlft dollar and cattle and hous at a hllht figure Certainly our farmers deserve A fair price for their crop this seasonn They have been selling for years at hardly living prices and this year wnil prices are souring on every other product of the farm we haves right to expect that this excellent crop of tobacco will yield good finan offal returns The tobacco growers have been or gflnixing in every state where tobaoco 1 is grown and prices have become higher as u result though not always reaching the minimum prices set hathe American Society of Equity to wfcioh farmers organization most ot i them belong Thus year and nextS however they expect prices to go stillr higherS McAdaias of the Owensboro tobacco anctiou house WHO can be taken WI nn authority lit regard tII the prIce of tobacco slits I believe good tobacco will bring nn unusually good price this year The season hay bjen no wet that the plants did not receive thorough cultivation and as a resalt the weight or body will not go with the tobacco In the hill lands thet cultivation was very much better and the hill growers will surelyI get a high trice for their tibncoo The tobacco all coloring almost perfectly andt L color the crop of 1W5 will exceed ac of any recent year and will be thnti can be desired t aw the tareoatofaburn lual- H j tott r without leaving a car or andII boil sores tttter ciem Kin and scalp dlwaaaa me Dei fa Witch Hazel Salve A IpcitkII piles Uet the genuine Sold y AllII mggi t8 Giant Snake Appears Again- An Jilixwbethtown special says that the ginnt snake which is supposed to ive in the child of Southwestern Hnrcc dIn county has again made its appear ance Recently the special says it crossed the Hardin Springs road near the BrecKonridgo county line leaving ft huge wrigling trail in the dust two and onehalf inches deep laud I eleven inches wide This enormous reptile made its fist advent IP that section some fifteen I years ago lUlU since that tim has I crossed the public highway near the same point twice each year once in I the spring urd again in the early j autumn During this time Iit has been sighted by a number of different persons among then some of the most I Veputable citizens of Hardin county I who uniformly describe it as a mon J ster reptile with its great body almost as large as a mans waist and checkered over spots of black and gray and estimated at twelve or fourteen feetI In 16111othJJ It has been noticed that this great Serpent crosws the country road toi westward every autumn and it isupII posed to have its habitation in some of the numerous large rugged andII cleft vnclitls or deep cravens thatI abound in the region of Hills Mill on Rough Creek perhaps hibernating in some overt abode whence it issues forth at certain periods according to its serpentine habit + There is consid erable talK of an organised effort to I locate its presort and if possible t capture the patriarch reptile The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Hone and Tar many Imitations are offered for tho genuine Ask for Foleys Hon ey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as nn other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates an- is safest for children and delicate per ftt ttsons Sold by A R Fisher ftPstmaster at Skillman B Tobin Groves has been appoint 1 thmercanZIla e I I Dt for the Henderson Route 1Jsagri p r Nr- l oc OR J L LONG PASSES AWAY Married Miss Eliza Burks Formerly of Holt This County Dr John L Long for many years a prominent citizen of Louisville died Tuesday night of last week at Norman dy Spencer county of heart trouble lifter an illness of four days Dr Long was about fifty years of age and leaves a vile who before her uia riage was Miss Eliza Burks of Holt this county and two children William aud Amanda Long aged fifteen and twelve earsi respectively Dr Long was a prominent physician He was superintendent of the iity hospital at Louisville for a number of terms after serving the institution as druggist man years He was appointed first assistant physician nt the Eastern acyluut for the Inane at Lexington under Gov Brndleys administration and afterward was made superintendent of the Feebleminded Institute at Frankfort Several years ago Dr Long located at Normandy for the practice of his pro fession He possessed many excellent traits of character and was highly es by all who knew him The funeral was held Thursday after oon from the family residence at Nor uiaudy Consumpthes Made Comfortable Incipient consumption is cured by Foleys Honey and Tar but we do not hold out false hopes to consumptives by claiming that it will tare this dread disease in the advanced stages hut if the lungs are not too far gone Foleys Honey raid Tar will effect a cure as it stops the racking cough soothes the intlainined air passages giving theta a chance to heal and even in the advanced stages it always ves comfort and reliet A A Her en of Finch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar is the best prepare tion for coughs and lung trouble I know that it has cured sonsuwptionIII in the first stage Sold by A R Fisher I Hartford Conning ITown Hartford will soon present the most attractive appearance of any little in Western Kentucky Piked streets and concrete guttering with all store signs removed from across pave meats and stile blocks taken away our little village will present a most at- ractive appeal ance The band of pro press is moving in our midst and evi dente of its uplifting work eta tt- t be seen everywhere The most favorable feature or the whole business i I that every cltifceii seems to enter heartily into the pnih slthongn i instances it amounts to ilinuit a hardship There can be no doubt but that Hartford isl s cowing Unrttant- she l i I certainly tUservei all tbat is in store for her Hartford Herald BENEFIT TO MANKIND One of the Greatest Discoveries of the Nineteenth Century There is nothing in the way of a discovery in the nineteenth century that bas proved of greater benefit to mankind than that of two eminent French chemists Morgues and Gnu tier bv nam0 who discovered a way to separate the medicinal curative elements of which tnere are about fifty different kinds in the cods liver from the oil and give to modern me dicine all the tonic bodybuilding and cnrative properties of that grand old remedy cod liver oil unencumbered- b the oily greasy part which science hud proved ot no value whatever either as u food or medicine Thus they produced Vinol Vinol is guaranteed to contain In a highly concentrated term all the medicinal elements of cot lirer oil actually taken from fresh cods livers and wherever old fashioned cod liver oil or emulsions will do good Vinol will do far more goodfor being with out oil it 5a delicious to the taste easily assimilated and wont upset the weakest stomach Vinnl tones up the digestive organs creates a hearty appetite makes rich red blood and creates strength for old people weak women puny children and utter sickness and for all pulmon equaloSo strong is our faith in Vinol that we freely offer to return money In every case where it fails to give satis faction Short d Haynes Druggist Fordsville School Case Affirmed The court of appeals has affirmed the boardIof trustees of Fordsville against John Phillips Postel and others After bonds to the amount of 4000 for a common school at Fordsville had been subd mit the question of their issue to a vote of the people the bondholders sued in equity and had the school building transferred to them This transfer the higher court upholds TO CURE A COLD IIN Oj fk DAY Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE Tab Itrailsoneach h J Beore Jayth euin9af7eS Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the BetII You are assured of proper Inslrudlion Supplies and I Accessories Get a Singer Guarantee MAIN STREET CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Vigorous Protest Made AgainstII Ruling by Commissioner Yerkes Washington Sept 2Vigorous protests against the recent rulinc of Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes concerning the taxation of pro prietary medicines containing a large proportion of nlcohcl are being received at the treasury department The commissioner today heard horn the Proprietary Association of America through Iits general counsel Mr Douglas of Chicago The association which numbers among its members most of the leading medicine compa strongIremOnstrance Against the ruling Ur Hartman of Columbus Ohio the manufacturer of Poruna has added his voice to the chorus of protestants against the commissioners interpreta tion of the law As a result of all this outcry the commissioner at the sag gestion of Secretary Shaw will give a hearing to any proprietary medicine company which may be affected by tle ruling before enforcing it against 1its products providing such hearing is requested As previously stated Commissioner ofouiAdicines whir + hiontain n preponder Dosrequired to pay the government recti allnretailers of such medicines should pay the government retail tax of 25 The manufacturers are not afraid off To War on Insurance Companies Thomas 1V 1 Mwsou of Boston lam ous as the author of Frenzied Finance II a series of articles in Everybodys Magazine exposing the highhanded and op pressive methods by which the Standard Oil Company has become such a power ful and immensely rich corporation has declared that 150000000 has been stolen from life insurance policy hold ers in the United States and gives thpI lie to John A McCall president of the New York Lite Insurance company He says he will send the gratters to jail When John A McCall testified be fore the investigating committee that this company had never invested the funds belonging to its policyholders in stocks of any kind he swore to what he Jmew was false II said Mr Lawson Mr Lawson who holds the proxies of 0000 policyholders will call n con vention in New York to start war oa the men he styles life insurance thieves When the time comes said Mr Lawsonlwill present to that conven tion of policyholdersnot to a conven tion of lite insurance agents sitting down to feasts provided by McCall and Hyde rivaling the feasts of Lucullius and paid for with policyholders money a diagram of the buildings in New York where their stolen funds are se cretedthe homes of men built by plundering insurance policyholders in red litters on that diagram I will mark 20 Broadway the home of Stand ard Oil the chief criminal on the list Meets Next in Meade County West PointKySept28 The Salem Association of Baptists closed its meet ing here the most successful in the history of the association Sixteen churches were represented and three hundred ministers and otber delegates were in attendance The association will meet next year with Highland Baptist church in Meade county No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleans ins effect while strong people say they are the beat liver pills sold Sold by All Druggists Lower Prices For Necessities Wa biQRton Sept 28 Secretary Wijjon of the Department oJAgrlcnl i K the rectifiers tax because Iit is a- very small item But they object strenuously to tho imposition of the retail tax upon all dealers who handle their goods This would mean that oveiy druggist in the United States who now does no pay the gov ernment tax of 25 will have to do so and that every other kind of merchant must do likewise It is this phase of the situation tthat disturbs the man ufacturers IInasmuch as they fear many dealersdruggists and others will cease handling their products if they are required to pay 25 annually for the privilege There is still anotner feature of tne case which has aroused the manufact urers In some states whore stringent liquor legislation is in force they contend that the authorities are likely to place all storekeepers who pay the government retail tax in the general category of liquor dealers ana this signifies that the state excise law mny be invoked against them The states tax retail liquor dealers mans hun dred dollars a year for the privilege ot engaging in business in some states the tax is over 1000 The imposition of such tax upon druggists grocers And general country stores it is claimed would uiipall them most cer tainly to almudon the tulle of medi cines affected by the commissioners ruling tare today predicted lower retail prices during the coming winter sea son foi meat dairy products poultry and the necessities of lift He says the relief for the householder will come from the enormous yield of small grain and corn in the great grain ten I tory of Illinois Minnesota tho Dakotas Iowa Nebraska and Kansas Heavy crops IIthe Secretary said Ilhave resulted m the return of normal agricultural conditions in the great producing States The meat producers have been loosing money for the past three years Grain costs too much There was no profit in feeding as strange as it may seem to peonle who pay such pr ces as we do for our meat But the heavy grass crop of this year in addition to the heavy corn crop and the heavy oats crop will all combine to bring about normal feeding conditions And this means a direct influence on horses beef port dairy products and poultry Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid ream Balm is becoming quite as popular in many localities as Elys Cream Balm solid It is prepared for use in atomizers and is highly prized by those who have been accus tomed to call npon physicians for snub treatment Many physicians are using and prescribing it All the medicinal properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form which is 75 cts including a spraying tube All druggists or tlIy mail Ely Brothers 50 Warren St New York It is impossible to have u clear bead an active brain a vigorous constitu tion or a strong body when the diges tion is weak or when tho stomach is out of order Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will put the stomach and digestive organs in good condition and improve the general condition Successful at Mining John Gleason and nephew Michael Newtoncame in from Teller Col last 1week for a visit of several montas to relatives Mr 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4 1905 12 Pubes NO 12 TO BUILD A NEW FORTUNE NEARLY EIGHTY YEARS OLD FORMER SENATOR STEWART BEGINS LIFE AMEN akeshls Young Bride to Gold Camps of Nevada and Rears Comfortable HomeStill feels the Wine of Youth afterhnvlngpass away a former Governor of Ne vada a mine owner of great wealth n United States Senator for eighteen bugknownSenate is starting life anew amid the gold fields of Nevada With the virility of youth this robust dispatchfromyoung bride started in to make another millionFortune withSenatorbeen one of the rich men of that mil lionaires club the Senate owning one housesInextracted huge fees from the law suits of western mines at another time ho has been down on his uppers again he has been engaged in a big dairying pro sect in Virginia at other times he has dabbled again In Western mines and has run an Eastern mule farm Retiring from the Senate last spring he was again once more a poor man and with his advanced years it was would sinkInto obscurity n buttlike some others Bill Stewart has never known when he was down and out and he immediately started forth a gain in the battle of life with the purpose to again rebuild Ills fortunes The chances are more than even that ho will although he is nearly four score years Tho Senator expects to reap a profitable harvest from the various legal matters arising out of the vast new gold fields which have been discovered in Nevada He is an expert on mining law and has nt least the precedent established of having received In former years a fortune as a single fee Not Crushed by Failure Whatever may be said about the T Senator politically his bitterest f enemies will not deny that tho physi cal makeup of the man Is marvelous a to the last degree and that his courage Is splendid He is of tho type that cannot conceive defeat but goes on fighting This air makes me feel like four he said he landed Nevada with his daughter and his newlymarried young wife Theres place like Nevada I tell you and figure that Ill be doing big law business here before long Better wear out than to rust out you know The Senators now house was built from what 10 had saved out of his model dairy in which put the last touches on financial ruin that was begun when he tried to force a real estate boom in the direction of Stewarts Palace the gorgeo structures he had put up when ho was one of the wealthiest men there Back Among the Boys The new Nevada home is one story abode ornamented with red and white stony It has ten rooms the dazzcis with tiles and trap pinups and has genuine shower bathI want to make it as comfortable as cats for my wife nil daughter said the old Senator Theyre not used to roughing it am nronndthebeing graded fenced and sodded There is pretty stable and k quaint little chicken house The Sent ator has purchased two hundred fowls tliorougbredof mules which he considers more appropriate to the country Of Another Generation Tie is as interested all these pmpIajations as though he were sis ysell years younger than he Is and combin ing honeymoon with tho first serious battle life The mules please him ns much as if he had never ridden be hind the handsomest teams and thei most luxurlouscarriages the capitol The house pretty as it Is compares to his Washington palace about as a penny compares to a 20 dollar gold piece and yet he immensely pleased with When you see him laughing bolster ous and boyish taking the keenes- pleasure In all his poor possessions and seemingly never giving thought to those he had lost his old age you have to rub your eyes and say yourselfCan this really be Senator Willia- M Stewart who has had the world at his feet time and again the man who as leading counsel for the FairFlood Mackay syndicate on the famous Com- stock Lode received In one fee 250000 then the largest sum ever received by any lawyer the world a single fee the man who was his prime when President Lincoln was assassinated and who is the only liv ing person that saw the oath administered Andrew Johnson in the Kirk wood Mouse threman who will ways be remembered in New York cafes as the gayest old Santa Claus that ever liked the man whoso l J 1t J ii1 I iVIEWOP RHYOLITE NEVADA SENATOR STEWARTS NEW HOMa I I a yearold as In no I a to Virginia a a bathroom u I ns I a r In t a in in is it a in to in in in to al i political career has had more crooks and turns than a Boston street the man who controlled the state of Ne vada absolutely the man who has not even great piety or overscrupu lous integrity to cheer him in misfortune and enable him to look backl over a pathway of good deeds and noble endeavors can it be that thisI happy vigorous hopeful septuagen narian Is actually Senator StewartI CLIMATE IS MANCHURIA It Plays a Prominent Part In the WarusThe climate of Manchuria plays an important role in the war between Russia and Japan Up to the present we have had but little precise inform tion upon this point M J Ross has lately given the Scientific American in dlcatlons as to the climate of that re glon and tho character of the different seasons He states that in the months of March and April there are strong southwest winds which bring with them heat mind moisture At the en Ihese but the ground can be worked for ngrlI culture April appears to be the out thiskSummer begins in May and at the emu I of Juno or the beginning of July th wheat is cut Up to the end of June rain is rare and the sky is generally clear while cloudy weather is an ex ception The heat reaches a maximumi nt the end of July and first part of August Afterward come heavy rainsi or storms It often ruins for severalII days and nights without stopping Thet is completely saturated and inun lotions are frequent September is the harvest month while October gives some of the finest weather of the year At this time the climate is agreeable during the day nnd the sky is clear with bracing air while vegetation Is at its height At the end of the month the first night frosts begin to appear and in November the cold weather commences and keeps up until March At Mukden the temper ature sometimes reaches a very low de gree During the day however the cold is not excessive and sometimes in the middle of the winter the suns rays become very warm on account of the southerly position of that locality The maximum temperature of summer is 100 4 deg F About ten months of the year are dry for the most part and the excessive wet season only occurs dur- Ing a month or so At Niuchwaug on time north shore of the gulf of Llao tang the mean winter temperature Is 10 deg F nnd the mean fo the sum mer 748 deg The mean annual tern peruture is 471 deg F The Russian maritime provinces have a very low mean annual temperature At Vladiv ostock the average for the winter is 1012 deg F and for the summer It is only 399 deg F 1 THE RIGHTS OF MAN I They Should Include L Opportunity Y to Make a Home on a Piece of Land 1i 1 The right to work to employ one self comes from Nature and not from 1 legislative action If that is true says the Detroit News Tribune it fol lows that legislatures have no right to make regulations which will permit 1 the cornering of opportunities for self employment The United States laws governing our national domain of land were originally designed to conform to the rights of matt Our homestead acts were designed to place the laud InIl the hands of those who would actually use it productively and much of the laud was so parcelled out to the great advantage of society But cuuIi I iilng lawyers and unscrupulous menI who want to reap where they have notusown who seek to avoid productive 111II bor themselves by controlling the opportunities of selfemployment have jis succeeded in cornering large sec tions of the United Suites The revelations of time land frauds in j the West are worthy of great at l tcntion but they excite less inter est than do our troubles with j President Castro of Venezuela The g astonishing fact is learned that one iis squaretpublic to use it himself mind his only object Is to make others pay him for the privi lege of using it He therefore snakes it more dlillcult for men to employ aremto that extent denied 20th Century Empire Building Great as Is the powqr of war in the building of an empire and the Jap aneseRussian war will probably make a great nation of Japanthere is an even greater force at work in the world that will in the end decide the fates of peoples This is the power of one nation to absorb the individuals ratter than to wipe out or swallow another government The Twentieth l Century will probably witness the II greatest centralization of peoples under vast empires that the world C b has seen since the days of Roman greatness When tho cen tury ends the outlook is that there will be a half dozen first nations created by assimilation instead of war Japan will be one with its influenc felt throughout Eastern Asia Russh I twillnrobably have absorbed Austria The Latin races of Southern Europe may have combined for selfprotection England will go on empire building and the United States will have spread over the continent and maybe two continents besides having ab sorbed vast numbers of peoples from 0allWith His Favorite Punch I From tho Washington Post Colonel Watterson said he would ate the political arena again in the fall but declined to tell just how says the New York Sun Its a safe wager that he will enter It M usual prodding the elephant POLITICAL MACHINERY WAS SEVER SO PERFECT FAR REACHING AND EFFECTIVE AS TODAY liaslNever Been So Independent Edu catlonal Campaigns a Feature off Practical Politics J J Dickinson ilOnly one aphorism is known to tiny been publicly uttered and reiterated by itICongress from Connecticut for u guar reallysour couu tillsI byiIt was by this rule that the fine old Yankee squared his vote at the polls mini In the Senate It guided his thought mini action It accounted for his partisanship which though never offensive was always robust Insensibly the American people have adopted the Plutt aphorism Party or U HON GEORGE 13 CORTELYOU Chairman Republican National Committee ganlzation was never so strong nnd carefully nurtured as at present party partyleadership partysIn comparatively recent years In fact the present generation of voters have witnessed its coming Samuel J Tilden showed the way As n result of his teaching not party principle but party organization won for the Demo cratlc party sweeping victories in Re publican strongholds and was started fairly on the rood to a long lease of national control Then appeared the late Marcus A Hanna from his business cloister and gave impulse within his party to a movement similar to that which under the tutelage of Tilden hail brought surprising victories to the The spirit of organization which now both of the great parties is indolent or lukewarm between campaigns In an Important sense it ns active now as It was when the lines of battle were drawn after the national conventions of lust summer had done their work The difference between them is made conspicuous by reason of the fact that the Republican party is in power nut its central o- rmltlonthe National Committee necessarily more in evidence than its counterpart lu the opposition orgaulza 4 THOMAS TAGGART Chairman Democratic National Committee tlon the Democratic National Commit ee These central bodies of the two great parties have lines of subsidiary organizations reaching down through the States cities Congressional dis- trIcts and counties to the voting pre cincts Between campaigns the National Committees ore neither idle nor un watchful The permanent headquarters the Republican National Committee are in Washington and are under the Immediate supervision of Elmer Dover the committees secretary and former ly Senator Hannas private and confi dential secretary The committees headquarters occupy rooms in one of the finest once buildings in the Na tional Capital The Hon George B Cortelyou who vacated a seat at President Roosevelts Cabinet board to succeed Mr Hanna as chairman of the National Committee in order that at the Presidents request he could direct the militant forces of Republicanism in the last campaign has not been able to even nominally surrender the reins of party management although the vast responsibilities of the Postmaster Generalship devolved upon him at the beginning of this year It was under the Hanna regime tha permanent headquarters of the Repub lican National Committee were estab listed in Washington Mr Hanna set the fashion of the chairman of the National Committee settling quarrels b tween warring factions quarrels tha threatened so to disrupt the party be tween campaigns as to seriously darken Cone gressional und city elections Connnitt tees headquarters are nominally in the onices of Chairman T T Taggart in Indianapolis though much of the work of that organization is still done in New York by August Belmont and Win P Sheehan the leading members of the Executive Committee in till last cam paign As the Democrats have no Fed oral patronage to dispense the work that falls to Messrs Taggart Uelmont and Sheehan is of a purely advisory and supervisory character It goes without saying of course that the lion William J Bryan hits very great inllu once in the decisions as to policies even though he is clothed with no olll cial authority inmportmuieeto fortyfive tain central committees whoso funr jurIsdlctlolIS tional Committees The Congressional National Committee stands next In the line of our mill tant political system These committees are of comparatively recent origin 1 and are n logical development of our party government system Each party in Conrress selects Its own committee in caucus in Washington usually just before the expiration of time Congress 1 then in session Each committee in I turn selects its olllcers who as a rule are members of tho House Both of Ji those committees have permanent head quarters in Washington from whirh jf are conducted those fierce biennial struggles for control of the House of j Representatives Attached to iwicommittee Is a corps of salaried assist ant secretaries stenographers etc City ward county maid precinct com mittees State legislative and senatorial committees Congressional committees in each district of the States judicial dis trict committees not to mention time myriad host of political clubs of mushroom I growth and others of stable life and permanent habitations complete a line of politicalI organizations that ramify every avenue of our activities and are In the woof and web of our na tional life- Nearly every candidate for President keeps always In his employ rarely of course avowedlyn wellorganized ma chine usually headed by one or more alert and enterprising press agents and seconded by practical politicians rang lug in the social scale front the hl y respectable corporation president to the umuch abused ward worker These primate machines are grinding from tho close of one Presidential campaign to the opening of the next In if word so numerous are the political organiza tions so varied are their methods so unceasing are their activities that the American voter finds it virtually impos sible to escape surveillance With all this marvelous perfection of political machinery however It is worthy of note that at no tithe in the recent history of the United Staes has the American voter shown more into pendence of thought In fact this is one of the reasons for time unceasing labor mill vigilance of party leaders To test public opinion to follow popu lar sentiment In the making of plat forms nnd the nomination of candidates is one of the important functions of or gauizatlou The American voter is Inv telllgent alert and independent The 1 party machinery of today is not created for the purpose of driving men like sheep to the polls or in the ex 1 pcctation of hoodwinking the voters It exists for the purpose of crystalllz 1 ing und making effective a particular political creed It can do nothing more than this 1 Illustratedby Ernest Haskell ThetL ANCIENT ASD MODERN JEW Peculiar Customs In Blowing the Rams on Jewish New Years The customs of different religious bodies have undergone many changes since their inauguration and theso thetJews as they are other religious bodlea A few ancient customs however are still followed out as they were in the days of Moses by the strictly ortho partseortlodoxtterry who owing to persecution at Lowe have come to America to make this laud their future home where ANCIENT MANNLK OF BLOWING THE RAMS HORN libertyOn New Year this year Number CRUti one of ttime most sawed holidays to the Jew when all petty quarrels are forgotten andIIIvpry man is at peace with his neighbor The Jewish New Year is observed in accordance with the injunction And In the seventh month on the first day of the mouth shall yo have a holy convocation no servile work shall ye do n day of blowing the cor net shall it be unto you Muuibcra xixiBut fllffercntlyhTint cornet mentioned In the bible Iis made front a nuns horn and Is known as the shofar and is used in mill Jewish synagogues on this New Years day MODERN JEW BLOWING THE RAMS HORN In time strictly orthodox church the man who has the duty of blowing the shofar must be an exceedingly strict Jew lie must not have shoved his board Indeed the ancient Jew never shaved He must not have committed any offence which would bar him from this sacred office When he is ready to blow the shofar he dons the tallith a silken cloth and tikes his stand a tho altar beside the rabbi and at certain places in the service blows the solemn sounds ICutI By Eugene P lyle Jr Published August 1st b 18THTHOUSAND THOUSANDALREADY A All BookstolesII I MissourianThe romantic adventures of John Dinwlddie Driscoll nicknamed Tho Storm Centre at the Court of Maximilian In Mexico where his secret mission comes into conflict with that of the beautiful Jacqueline The best romantic American novel of re s cent years t Has what to few of its data possess the elements of reality WroughtatiRS 1 by infinite pains of detail verisimilitude suggestion Qly q St Louis Republic 000ti4o y tlA book of epic breadth carried through vn 4 mar4brilliant yeioBtorvN Y Times Saturday Reviewt V- bo wtiThere is no more dramatic period in history and theQ yaY tP ti o J story bears every evidence of careful amd painstaking t4 oojJ studyX Y Glo- beDOUBLEDAY 9 fJv iv 0 07PAGE COoi J1 cQ f lJ o 133137 East i6th St New York s dtd oDa 0 mow I GERMAN NURSES BEST MORE NATURAL METHODS KM PLOYED THAN BY AMERICANS Early Months of a German nbys Life are Very Quiet and Simple II Fancy Baby Clothes Tabooed The mother of a large family of American children chanced to he living abroad when the last baby was born and she has since often times said that she wished nIl of her children had been born In Germany The last little girl during Its first three months of existence In charge of a native German nurse was not only more comfortable but bettor cared for in every way than the other children who wore born In America The little girl Was brought Up by the native Ger tuna method nUll this means in the first place that tho German baby Is treated Bclentlllenlly Nor does this signify by the rules of a recently ac quired experimental science the result of attending a series of mothers con gresses but tt science which Is the In liorltunee or the race Plain Clothine No Frills In the wardrobe of n German baby there are no dainty little dresses with frills and laws and liluo ribboned pet ticoats anti lUmps tutu furbelows It has in place of these nn ample supply of little Chemises merino undershirts and diapers while fur 11 dress a two yard square of white llannel serves A ease is recounted of one proud American mother who exhibited with maternal delight the dainty things she had brought over for the exported baby She was much shocked nUll hurt to see them till brushed ruthlessly aside all but the shirts and further to see all the lovely baby Boats with their fine embroidery heartlesslyI ripped front the wnlsts The other things she was ad vised would not be needed for three mouths I The Dressing Table For the German babys bath his little tub Is filled with tepid water nhrt he lies entirely Immersed only his little face above the surface his buck and head supported on the hurses arm Then he is tolled ami patted dry In hi towels in the usual way after which ho is dressed riot on the nurses knee but on the VUkoltlsch or swaddling table a conveniently high commode with top slightly slanting before which thee nurse stands If this Is not alt ordinary table Is always InllablcIFirst the batiste chemise I I and then the inoflno shirt tehed In tl o back by strings Then comes the diap r and then from under the arms the baby Is simply swaddled in his blanket which Is turned up at the bottom and pinned together like a meal sack If the youngster Inclines to curl his legs or to He with his knees curved they are tightly bandaged with n broad linen band Cruel you say It seems so perhaps but the babies do not ap pear to mind Your German nurse never Uses talcum powder unless it is absolutely necessary The Lung Development Having dressed the baby he is now Arlington National Cemetery has throe gateways of rare distinction and architectural beauty though few of even Washingtons residents fire ac quainted with this fact Visitors sel dom enter or leave the majestic place through these portals fIll reason for this la that Arlington has changed front or that clreutustithci has changed Its The fgreat lUlbllo surges In and out of Arlington through what was the hack gate This la hoW culled the main west gate dud It Is a commonplace double gate of ornate Iron rods and spears glittered over with goldleaf dill such n gate as may be seen In other notional cemeteries or Government reservations The beautiful gates of Arlington stand on the east face of the estate The ancient GeorgetownAlexandria ready for his bottle followed by a nnpfr This he takes in his carriage or in his crib and these are never never joggled or rocked lIe is placed tint on his back for his bottle and must not be moved for one hour after lIe Is not expected to be u soundless baby In fact he is as it were if necessary made to cry for a portion of the twenty four hours The German nurse makes I him entirely comfortable and then leaves him entirely alone In a short time lie shows signs of impatience and sets up a lusty wall thus giving his lungs the needed exercise There is little difference between the American German method of feeding bottle ba bies sterilized milk being used Quietude for Three Months The first three months of the Ger mull babys life Is very quiet He Isi allowed to grow and Is handled as little as possible this If he Is strong enough he Is dressed truth his treat ment then depends upon the family in to which he is fortunate enough or1I possibly unfortunate enough to have been born A New Gold DIKKCC The present yield of gold Is double what It was ten years ago now amounting to a million dollars a day Within the next ten years It bids fair to double again This advance in the last decade IIs largely due to the In vention of the cyanide process Outside of new discoveries the gold out put for the future Will be largely increased by what Alexander Delmar calls a gold ship a dredge that moves over the land and extracts every par ticle of gold out of long neglected placers This Eldonullan ship is now beginning to clean up the abandoned places of California and will soon ejj f THE GOLD DREDGE doing time same In Brazil Siberia Mex ico and Peru What Is this wonderful gold ship which extracts every scintilla of yel low metal It Is according to time New York Engineering Magazine sim ply a dredge that floats on a pond 1 of Its own making a pond which ac companies It wherever It chooses to go I and enables It to move over the land In any direction It scoops up the gravel subjects It on Its decks to the desired chemical action and then cast 1t- ing It behind keeps on advancing until the Held before It IIs sifted and treated from surface to bed rock road n section of tho old post highway stretching front the New Kughwd to the Southern colonies skirts the cast boundary of Arlington Though In other days this was a great thorough fare It Is little traveled now Other roads and stiani rind electric transport have deflected tralllc Arlington Ilotre faces east In the time of George Washington Pnrlcc Cus till grandson of Mrs Martha Dan dridgeCtislls Washington and the ward of George Washington tho mitlil entrance to Arlington wits frbnl time east nnd at the spot wher the Sheri than GlltI sttin Ocorge Wnllhhtton- larlie wiltCustis Arlington I1ou c- At the dentil Of HIS ftttlier John Parke Custls aidedecamp to George Washiiig toil tit Yorktowii lid wdht td live ut Mount Vernon Isis homo was there rGOSSIP FROM ABROAD Tales of Diplomatic and Court In trigue When Edward was simply Prince of Wales he owed Poole the London tailor at times as much as 100000 and even suffered the tailor to address him In public places without fear of the Tower There are several dis tinguished Pooled In England but nono so famous ns Tailor Poole One day at Ascot Poole hovering near the Princes person and seeking to be agreeable remarked sweeping his hand over the assemblage Your Royal Highness the crowd today appears to be rather mixed The Prince who always hated a snob looked amusedly KING EDWARD at Poole nnd replied Well Poole we cant nil be tailors Poole renders his accounts once a year Just around Christinas If not paid he waits twelve months and Bends a second bill Such as do trot pay on receipt of the second statement are dropped from his books and never again are they allowed to give an or der In his establishment Speaking of clothes the Duke of Norfolk Is n man of simple tastes and yet he Is the possessor of the most extravagant costume in England The uniform which he weirs as Karl Mar shal represents an outlay of over 1500 exclusive of jewels Seventeen thousand yards of embroidery arc worked Into the coat In gold lace until little of the original cloth Is to be seen las Grace feels more at home In his old clothes I assure you There Is nothing In which Lady Min o wife of the Governor General of Canada and successor of Lord Cur zon of India takes more pride than iu her own children Her eldest till the death of Mrs in JS02 Then he began the of Arlington House on land inherited front his father lIe cut a winding drive from thp road to the crestcif the height where Arlington House status Robert E Lee the husband of George Turk Curtis daughter while on duty ut the War OlHce always rode his between uome and otllce mud used the east gate In the spring of Slit the Federal established military camps on the plateau west of Arlington and it was those camps that the army of McDowell set out In July 61 to the Attack of on Bull Run This buildings on the estate were converted to hospital uses Too big camps west of Arlington created r daughter Lady Eileen was born luring I 1 their first visit to Canada as Lord and Lady Mclgund Her laugh ters are Lady Ruby and Lady Violet Elliott and both are still In school The youngest son the lion Esmondi Elliott Is a cheery and much admired1 The yearly allowance of time Mikado which is at the same time that of the whole imperial funnily Is now 1500 000 Besides he has the yearly In conies of 500000 from the Interest on the 10000000 which was given to him from the war received from China ten years ago or 250000 from his private estates which amount to 5000000 or more of 500000 from the forests covering an area of 51114 873 acres and valued at 512487800 at 100 an acre in all 1250000 Thus his yearly net income amounts to 2750000 There are in all sixty members In the imperial family in clusive of eleven married and four widowed who are members of the family by marriage not by birthLord Casslllls Ills name Castles At a reception one night his hostess failed to recognize him Quite sharply she demanded his name He replied Oastlos and lit was practi cally turned out Next morning he re ceived her card of Invitation and a polite of the cause of her mistake Vegetarianism Is Incoming a cult among the British and includes among Its followers Lady An plesey Lady Essex Lady Herbert Lady Windsor Baron and Baroness do Meyer Lord Buchnn Lord Charles Beresford Neville Lyt ton and Canon Edward Lyttcltou now provost of Eton Van Calava Verse i Eastern writers report the Japanese to be a nation of verse writers from ihc Imperial family down to the coolies In the rice fields and the rickshaw muni a poem by the Emperor or Empress has appeared In transla tion In America Professor Arthur Lloyd of the Imperial in Tokyo has collected and translated nearly 200 pages of Verses TheI following is the translation of an Im perial song of Her Majesty the Empress Take heed unto thyself the mighty God That Is the Soul of Nature sees the good And bad that man In his most secret I heart Thinks by himself and brings it to J the lI btIs A Tanka by the Emperor The foe that strikes thee For thy countrys sake Strike him with all thy mightIBut while thou strlkest Forget not still to love him t By the Crown Prince On fair Arashis slopes the rooted pinetrees stand So midst the storms and wind firm rooted stands Our Land THE GATES OF ARLINGTON front After Washington construction Etlexaudria Georgetown Washington horse Government from BeauTCgardt Arlington other youngster Indemnity princesses pronounces explanation aristocracy Gwendolen Japanese Occasionally University these runsI hew roads between Georgetown hhd the camps and these rouds passed around to the tear of Arlington tfdrt Whlpple ono bf the cordon of fortification for the defence or Washington was erected Westof Arlington and tho site of this Civil War earthwork Is now covered by tho important cavalry post Fort Myer Villages have couio Into being In that neighborhood the highways inure been Improved an electric car line built and thus have been cut channels through which nearly everyone passes In and out of Arlington The eastern gates are at the foot of a long steep bill and there are no graves near tho McClellan or Sheridan gates though the OrdWeltzel gate leads Into a part of the cemetery where five thousand men mostly colored sol filers are burled THE LEMON A SPECIFIC Obviates Need of Doctors and Drugs Should be Used Without Sugar Drink expert Wnrman recommend 1the drinking of lemon water Lemon water without sugar he believes 1 is of great medicinal value It makes a beverage that will cool the blood clear the brain remove biliousness clear the complexion and save tlte expenditure of money for drugs and doctor bills and a few other things a health drink that can not be dls countedBut do not use sugar with the lemon It neutralizes the effect tha would otherwise be produced Con alder for a moment lie says a few ot the uses of the lemon In the morning half an hour or more before breakfast take the Juice of hall a lemon In a glass of cold wrtcr It will clear the system of humor and bile without any of the effects ol calomel congress water or any drastic drug But the benefit Is more than doubled by repeating this Just before retiring This Is a much sates way to pet the better of a bilious condition than resorting to quinine or blue pills Do not Irritate tho stomach by tak lug the lemon clear The powerful acid of the juice when taken alone Is always most corrosive and invariably produces Inflammation If long continued but when properly diluted so that It does not harm or draw the throat It does Its medical work and when the stomach Is clear of food It has abundant opportunity to work through the system thoroughly Not only Is the drink of lemon water nn excellent liver corrective but If taken In hot water Instead ot cold It will prove a very efficacious antifat remedy- It is better than any drug or com ple ton powder for giving permanent clearness and beauty to the skin A 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the pineclad hills t tao above Wargrave t The hush of the bright July nfght j baritoneji camGevery now and then the Jarring soun I of No trumps May I play Han ing none The girl turned to her companion I really believe that when mama dies t ItsjiThealmost sacrilege to play bridge o C a night like this In such n nigh- Meden gathered the enchanted herbs Oh Bob dont get poetical besides r I hate Kipling I cant help being poetical and I was quoting Shakespeare not Kipling he remarked Oh well it does not mutter they are so much alike But seriously Bob I dont think tannin tins an Idea in life beyond bridge and getting me married Hm I suppose not he answered I obviously thinking of something elseI Silence followed and tho man began to fidget The girl turned to him Bob dear please spare me the trouble of saying I will be a sister to you Why what do you mean he asked Well you see 1 know the symptoms When you arc going to propose you take your handkerchief out of your pocket put it back with the utmost care then find your cigarette case and suddenly remember that you can not decently oak permission to smoke while proposingOh Madge youre a bit hard on a fellow Do you know she continued that if I hud not stopped you this would have been the seventeenth time that you have proposed to me7 Why wont you marry me Really I dont see why I should But surely Im as good as most i iother fellows Just it You are exactly like other fellows There is nothing to dis tingulsh any of you except your waistcoats t Thats rather cruel he observed Because its true she said I But what on earth do you want me to do he asked You say I ought a W to be different Well If It will please you I will rout on a frock coat and silk hat tomorrow and punt you down to Henley in a canoe Dont be flippant the girl re marked half laughing half annoyed Look here he said what do you really want me to do I have dabbled In most things and Dabbled I Thats it she cried You rend for the bar you stand for n Parliament the war breaks out and you electrify every one by enlisting and going to the frontfor six months You write half a playyoUyouohy- oU just dabble Bob Theres nothing determined or permanent about you lly Then laughingly she continued No I really dont eee why I should marry you and as mama says Lord Daven try Is a much bitter match What I he exclaimed You dont seriously mean to tell me that you are going to marry that young ass Daven tryI fall to see why I shouldnt she answered concealing her amusement iin You are much alike here she nearly laughed outright and he has the ad vantage of being h viscount and a future earl While you are merely Mr Robert Langley Yes but you can not be in earnest about marrying him You shall not marry him I say you shunt he ex claimed and getting up began to pace the deck Bo careful Bob pho answered You are going Just the right way to york to ninko me want to marry him 4 Look here ho said coming back and standing in front of her at the risk of becoming tedious I have to re pent btiss lIeathmere that you shall never marry Davehtry Looking up at him the girl suddenly realized that she loved him It had needed Just this touch of masterfulness on his part to bring the longsuspected fact clearly before her Lord Darentry has invited mama and me to ten at Ranolagh on Tuesday next lie 13 going to drive us down in his new car Well of course you will not go now he remarked Why pot pray she asked Because I dont v want you to Madge jI really I flont Just now when mama nobly an nounced her intention of sacrificing a whole afternoons bridge to iny inter ests I Bald I would not go but now since you forbid it Master Bob I most a decidedly shall Please Matlgcas the first favor that I have ever asledI beg of you not to go Let me drive you and your mother down Dont be absurd Of course I shall go with Lord Davcntry she answered Very well then I shall stop itI- IoW pray That will be as I may think fit But be certain of one thing Miss Heath mere that you shall drive down to Ranclagh with me and not with Da yentry and you shall take tea with me and not with Daventry- t t t- On the following day the weekend house party broke up and Bob Laugb ley traveled back to town with mother- and daughter much to the formers an noyance Mrs Henthmpro sat in ono corner of the carriage and wondered why she had lost that last rubber antic 1incl dentally why peoplol who not- wantNl could never take n hint When they were given one It was a wen known fact that Langley had ten thou 5ni4 o year but then DMcntry had as 1 IiaLOEDSHIPS CHAUFFEUR r0By Cyril K Twyford 4 much and a title ns well Yes sUe wellA commonplaces jIn a desultory sort of way neither refaring to their conversation of the pre vlous evening As Langley handed them into their carriage at Inddlngtou he made a seem lIn wnyImotorI1Ing strayS i Lord Daventry sat up In bed andI began his breakfast He was fooling with life Things were goln Ills supper party the night beI fultmoreover his nets pluk silk usunlIdress v 4U91VUIIOI had created quite a s nsuItlon even among chosen companions who were more or less accustomed to bask in the sunshine of his genius haven the coming of his man Jacksoni with a blank sheet of paper In his hand failed to upset ills good humor morning onlyhadVery sorry milord said Jackson I have been turning out on ah average six epigrams a day for your lord ship for the last two years and I amc pardonthenecessarythatiI know milord The only thing I youthlordshipproverb such as Where theres a will theres alegacy- Thats not up to your usual form Jackson and besides It Is more or less a punsI do this morning milord Well never mini Telephone to the stables that I shall want the car nt the club about 330 I am going down toII HmlCllIghII yourselfYoudo I thought perhaps after time mouths lessons your lordship has tukenlJThat will do Jackson Telephone- It was a sore point with Davcntry that although he possessed one of the largest cars In town und a motor contn which would have aroused the envy ofg rhinoceros he had never yet bad the courage to drive himself He rose leisurely dressed with till utmost and lunched at his club IIAtgot into his enormous motor coat pu r on his goggles and told the chauffeur to go to 207 Brook street The car shot forward darted In am1 out of the traffic and after whizzing round the corner Into Brook street at pace that made his lordship clutch at the side of his sent pulled up at 207 with a Jerk What the devil are you up to Havent I told you over and over again that I will Clot be driven nt that beast pace The chauffeur remained silent Why dont you speak maul Because milord I have a very bad cold aid hilve lost fay refer replied the chauffeur In n hoarse whisper Oh nil right then Oct out and ringMrs and Miss Ileathmorc promptly appeared and as the latter came out her dainty motor stilt he thought he had serer seen such n charming pic lure She hesitated looking up and down the street though she hardly knew what she expected to see Bob Langleys words were ringing in her head You shall drive down to Rnne lagh with me slid not with Daventry You shall take tea with me and not with Davcntry and thougllt he had not confessed it to herself slit had half hoped that ho Would succeed in hiaklng good his words Greeting their host they entered the car Kaneiagh his lordship said and with n Jerk tho huge machine started again They tore down Brook street shot across Park lane had unshed round into the park Drive slower screamed his lord shipCanttLecnglnesgatoutof control panted the chauffeur as the car unshed along Put the brakes on 1 yelled his lord h shipIm trying They wont act ShepherdsBustgrip I think I can hold her while you get out shouted the chauffeur DarentryjumpedHcathmere out and was Just turning to help her daughter when with n crash tho car broke away and vanished in cloud of dust Mrs Henthmefe screamed and drop ped in the middle of the road wailedOhthelifemachine What will happen to her Oh do you think that she will have n painless Heath Im afraid It has got out of control again began his lordship feebly Why could not the dd Idiot hold the infernal thing another minute Why dont you do something she cried instead of standing there and swearing By this time a crowd had collected anxious to know what had happened I think we had bettor take the Tube ack and Inform the police remarked his lordship dolefully I dont see what else we can do And so saying a he seized the unfortunate Mrs Heath mere and bundled her into the stuffy station + t r t- In tho meantime the car had con tlnued its mad career Miss Heath mere after she had recovered from the Qrdt shock resigned herself to her fate Y After a minute or two the pace had bocoine somewhat slower and th chauffeur seemed able to steer wit easeJust as slit was going to ask him IIf ho could not turn bud and find the others tthe car gave n sudden swerve anti pulled up inside tho gates Ilanclagh ofI The chauffeur calmly got down and handed her out Taking off his Cal and mask he cooly remarked I gave you due Warning that Dnvou try phouid not drive you down here today nohI she exclaimed Then slid liiii remembering how Indignant she ought to he sill turned to him now dare you This Is nothing more nor ImpertinenceNeveri Oh its disgraceful Drive mo back at once sir- Whore to he asked Where you left mama of course iuinglneflintting in the middle of the road at Shepherds Bush waiting for a runaway tipIdid run away she remarked Of course It didnt he observed And I think we lull better have some tea Besidesitshe added Oh yes you will ho answered Jand it will be quite proper as we are engaged What do you mean hob After your disgraceful behavior do you think that I- her answer he tool her in his arms and kissed her A quarter of nn hour after when they were sipping their tea on the lawn she asked How did you manage to change places with the chauffeur Oh n tonpound note mill a promise to take him on If ho got discharged did the trick he answered SOMRS AND SYRUFS NT PAY 110000000 A YEAR FOR SUGAR MADE ABROAD Millions of Acres Adapted to Cane and fleets in the South and West The Maple Sugar Industry Sugar Is the only Important farm product which the United States im ports notwithstanding the fact that It can be profitably produced here from both cane mini beets Wo use more than 2000000 tons of sugar annually or j onefifth of the entire product of the world and of this we produce only j onethird- It I Is estimated by the Department of Agriculture that not loss than 140000 I square miles of country In the Gulf South Atlantic States will grow ood sugar canes a region sufficient to make all the sugar we need Cotton a product of the States in question is our largest agricultural ex I and excepting It no two other exported by us equal the value r4J1les sugar Imported All the live stock exported dos not represent one half the value of the sugar brought in every year from foreign lands Our Southern States alone could pro duce nil our sugar to say nothing of the sugar possible from beets In the North and West The sugar from the beet crop of 1004 amounted to 209722 tons or 121000 tons less than the cane sugar produced In Louisiana alone Ex tend the sugar product as a diversified crop to other Southern States and we have achieved one more agricultural triumph Dr II W Wiley Chemist of the De partment of Agriculture who has ex hnusth ely Investigated tho sugar and syrup possibilities of tho Southern States says that the people of this country taro singularly 111 Informed con cerning the household value of a pure article of cano syrup he always keeps STANDING AND CUT SUGAR CANE supply in his own home but doubts very much whether any considerable number of consumers in tho Northern States have ever tasted the pure article All Southern cane syrup is mixed with other Ingredients by tho distributors or Is made outright from sugar nnd glucose Sugar does not as yet In sonic sections pay as much per a I aero as syrup and the latter could he replacingItsI I methods with the Improved mill after the style of the rrcnmory amid custom flouring mill in the North The farm mill with insufficient ap paratus gets hardly more than half tho juice null still tho farmer realizes from 7iii to liiO an acre double the amount cotton brings To set the pace for tho Southern syrup maker tie Department of Agri culture has established an experimental I null at Wnycross Ga whom a syrup of high market quality and uniform color and grade Is being manufactured Dr Wlloy favors the dark colored syrup for the reason that It containn- more caramel and flavor than the ligi- uvarieties j Artificial makes of syru are usually light and while perhaps not Injurious they lack the flavor andI tone of the real article Diversity is milting gains In the agricultural methods of the South as Itt Is in the North ail West and whetI this Improved system becomes nn established fact In our Southern States a prosperity unknown since early days countryExperiments In various parts of tho South to utilize thC CRUDE SUGAR CANE PRESS bagasse or waste from cano mills using it as an absorbent to make the molasses available ns dry stock feed Commenting on those experiments the Agricultural Department recently pro acted that tho tlmo will commie when the manufacture of stock feeds containing molasses will bo a great Industry The belief Is expressed that the sugar awe world will find in molasses feed for live stock a byproduct of sugar manu facture as essential to its success as Is the feeding of cattle and horses to the manufacturing distilleries In the Northwest Ono of the largo sugar re fineries in Brooklyn N Yhns been mix lug molasses with the feed for Its truck horses and finds It not only successful but also about 23 per cent cheaper than oats and hay When properly pre pared the molascult as the bagasse compound has been termed carries with it an acceptable flavor to stock and it has the additional value of ins proving the flavor of any other food with which it is nixed The maple tree now furnishes but n small per cent of the commercial maple V 0IOLD IASHIONKD SYRUP BOILING syrup and sugar While the demand for both those commodities has con stantly increased the output from maple trees has decreased during time last twenty years The trade has been supplied only by radically adulterating the pure goods or by manufacturing a product entirely from foreign materials It Is conservatively estimated that seveneighths of what Is sold as maple syrup and sugar 1Is a spurious article The fault does not He with the pro ducers those who tap the trees and re duce tho sup to syrup and sugar but with tho dealers and so called refiners who buy tho real article and nix and adulterate It In ways most profitably for themselves The most common sub stitutes used In the adulteration are other sugars and glucose with flavor hugs of vanilla or extracts from corn robs and stalks Formerly there was a good deal of maple sugar produced In the South but now Vermont New producers the West to produce sugar from sor ghum cane but the syrup can not be sucooeHfully granulated and so far the manufacture has been limited to the malting of molasses for local use e A GLINT imiDGB Clear Span of Third of Mile The St Lawrence Is soon to be bridged at Quebec with a bridge liar ing a span of 1800 feet being the largest span In tho world exceeding the Firth bridge In Scotland with Its Brooklynbridgethe new bridge will be about 35000 tons and Its total length 3300 feet It Is 150 feet above the highest tide and adoubletwo sidewalks Of course an Amerl tobuildI plotcd In about o years e COFFEE DOESI HURTP Make the trial yoursolf loave off Coffee useIPOSTUMFOOD in its place I Thats the only way to find out Postum is a sure rebuilclcr and when you cut out the coffee and ofhealthbegin to leave You may IIIIXK you know but you dont until after the trial Remember Theres a Reason LCot the little book The Road to Weilsvll In each pkc THE RACYCLE SPROCKETS Like No 2 Grindstone are Hung Between the Bearings Nfeif Jfc3 A2 q a91r J Which Stone will Turn Easier The Racycle Rides Further with onequarter less work MIAMI CYCLE t MFC COMIDDLETOWN OHIO OLDSMOBILBSTHE CAR for 1905THAT GOES Highest WorkmanshipLLowest Prices Cars for Immediate Delivery Olds Motor WorksDETROIT MICH international Harvester Co GASOLINE ENGINES When equipped with nn I IIC gasoline engine the farm the dairy the mill tho threshing machine or the husker and shredder cnn be operated more economically than with any other power Farmers who have water to pump wood to saw feed to grind or corn to shell can ao tins work at a minimum cost with I II C engines fi i 1 H C HORIZONTAL ENGINE I II C gasoline engines are mado in the following sizes 2 3 and 5 IL P vertical typo stationary 6 8 10 12 and 15 H P horizontal type stationary and 68 10 12 and 15 IL P horizontall type portable WRITE FOR GASOLINE ENGINE BOOKLET International Harvester Co of America Incorporated 7 Monroe Street Chicago Ill U S A i rGaNN 1 s- v 4 mt n I THE HISTORIC SHENANDOAH VALLEY Work of the United States Department of Agriculture GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL Tin famous Sheuaudoah Volley Is one of the best farming sections of Virginia and I had the pleasure re cently of taking a trip In company with my father down to Its lower end at Harrisburg probably 140 miles Miuth of Washington The valley was the scene of many hard fought skirmishes and battles in the late civil war between Sheridan and Early and we touched at the point where Slier idan made his famous ride to Win hester and turned back the victorious troops of Early I have more than once heard my uncle who was u cap tam l In the 12Sth Illinois under Sheridan relate how after working all night making up his companys payrolls he had turned out of his tent just In time to see Sheridan riding by ini his black charger swinging his sa ber swearing like the typical cavalry man that he was and shouting to the boys turn back wve got them =llcked A great fighter too was I Early who was said lit ver to know that ho was whipped Tills part of Virginia Is full of land marks of the great civil strife Many old fasliiotled houses with their great outside stone chimneys toll their own tales of antebellum days when tobacco was king1 In Virginia and when peace reigned In the great state which was the Mother of residents Pence again prevails over Virginia and she Is now taking on n second prosperity Tho Slienandoah Valley as u whole Is rich lu agriculture It has also many stone quarries and souse manufactories Few prettier places could be found to live In than the country around liar rlsonburg Nestling Among the Mountains The valley nestles between the Man sorted spur of mountains to the west and tin Plue Itidge of the Alleglmnles to the east It grows great quantities of corn and wheat some sheep and rattle are raisedI andI considerablel fruit The horticultural possibilities of this wctliin of Virginia are wonderful said one of the fruit men of the Dc partment of Agriculture to me recent ly Old Virginia will yet wake up sonic day The main stay of the country however now Is the trinity of wheat corn and grass timothy and clover One feature of the trip was a Pekln duel farm with 2T 000 birds which produced It Is claimed 10000 last year But corn and wheat are the principal money crops Wheat costs about TO or 75 cents a bushel to raise This Includes seeding the field with timothy and clover and consequently It stand of pasture laud which gets Its start from the fertilizer for the wheat cropI So that If a farmer gets 75 cents r RUSSIAN SUNFLOWER VIRGINIA TWELVE INCH HEAD Introduced by Department of Agriculture n bushel for Ills wheat ho conies out whole fwd Is getting his grass and clover without cost This rotation of crops and the plowing under of the clover the second year keeps the laud fertile and Improved Money In Well Tended Corn Corn well planted and cultivated Is a good money crop In Virginia moil is almost necessary to a proper rotation The overage of the Virginia crop Is 1135 per acre In Illinois which has much richer soil the value Is 1159 and much of the corn yield In Virginia Is pliably small There are thousands of ncrea of wornout lands yielding no higher than 120 or 15 or even 10 bushels to the aero The Shenandoah Valley farmers all say that their good bottom- lands nod even some of the uplands i will give 50 and no bushels I noticed large acreages of poorly cared for corn which would not make half a crop even where the laud was apparently fairly good It seems singular that so ninny farmers not only In Virginia but In every State will plough a field harrow It fertilize It and lay It oft and plant It cultvate It once or twice and then through neglect to give It two or more cultivations at the proper time reduce their yield from 20 to 40 per cent I noticed many corn fields on this trip and they can be seen In every farming district In Virginiawhere the corn had gotten a good start and grown well up to Its first cultivation then work had ceased on It and the wire grass and weeds were gathering as much fertility as the corn Itself Corn In Virginia appears to bo tho favorite crop for planting In young orchards It Is In fact believed by b many farmers and fruit growers to both best orchard crop It seemed to me that there must Ill much pleasure In getting up in the early morning and looking over toward a range of mountains with their summits in the clouds mill the mists rising from smoke As the sun breaks overtime crests the clouds are dispersed and- it is then time for breakfast Bureau of Animal Industry Dr D E Salmon who has recently resigned as chief of the Bureau of An imal Industry of the Departnint of Ag riculture has livid that position for over twenty years and has done sonic of the best work which lots been ac complished in that department Unde his direction and supervision the wys tern of inspection of slaughtered meats intended for Interstate shipment ant export hits been brought to a high state of perfection until American meats which are received abroad with the official tag from the Bureau of Animal Industry are assured an good The Integrity of tho American merchant or shipper may be as high as that of the merchants of any other na tint but it is nevertheless a fact that without some such supervisory notion on the part of the government the foreign market would soon be com pletely killed by unscrupulous dealers and It Is believed that the inspection system of the department hits done and is doing more to build up Amerlcat trade abroad for agricultural products than any other work Inspection of Dairy Products A very important branch of the Bu roan of Animal Industry Is the dairy division anti of late years government inspection anti regulation to some extent has been extended to dairy pro ducts Congress recently passed a law authorizing the Department to inspect butter shipped abroad and further to supervise and practically compel creameries and renovated butter establishments to adopt cleanly and sanitary methods Dr Salmon resigned presumably on account of the charges made against him by reason of his connection with a private corporation supplying tags nnd labels to the bureau of which ho was chief After an exhaustive investigation by the Department of Jus tice Secretary Wilson exonerated Dr Salmon from any wrong doing In this connection but either he himself de sired to sever his connection with the government or It was thought advis able to ask his resignation and later appoint a new man not connected with such charges Dr A D Melvin nn assistant in time bureau has been placed in charge and may become the permanent chief Frcc Farm Bulletin The Department of Agriculture has Just printed a small bulletin which will Ie sent free to fay farmers applying for it It outlines the results of a num ber of farmers experiments made at the various State Experiment Stations In cooperation with the Department nt Washlngou It includes such questions as the top dressing of grass land peanuts as forage crops winter killing of fruit trees cranberry culture limesul cle111Ione of n series known as Experiment Station Work Four or five of these particular bulletins are Issued by the Department during the course of each year each one containing from six to a dozen short articles on practi cal farm matters These publications nre of the most popular nnd useful little documents issued by tile Depart 4I + rr ment The one referred to Is No 22 1 and can be had upon application to members of Courts or Senators or to tile Secretary of Agriculture Orange Tree Foe The Department of Agriculture has received a report from an agent In Mexico stating that in six loin perhaps more states In Mexico he has found traces of the orange maggot which IsI a dreaded foe of oranges and it is feared that this condition might permit of its entry into California The Mexicans In attempting to erad icate the maggot have destroyed thou sands of orange mill mango trees The multiplication of the orange mag got Is said to be something euoruioiu Japanese Paper Plant Secretary Alisons uncut are working to introduce a sort of vegetable leather It Iis iu reality a paper plant as much so as the papyrus plant of ancient Egypt but its uses nre mani fold ranging all the way from dainty note paper to waterproof garments nod which are really waterproof under the severest testsamid leather pocketbooks which outwear real leather The plant is a pretty little shrub called In Japanese mitsunmta and it is its Inner bark which is converted to use The plant grows in the mountains of Japan and Explorer Fairchild of the Department of Agriculture believes that it will thrive over a large part of the Appalachian range nnd other similar sections of the United States In Japan pipe cases and tobacco pouches are manufactured from till material as well as a kind of wall1 paper which is already becoming fash ionable in America Such wall papers of vegetable leather are turned out In bautlful designs for wall nnd ceiling decorations being stamped and mod eled by hand in the most artistic patterns It would seem that Americans have a great deal to learn from the Japanese about papermaking Already large Quantities of another kind of paper obtained from the samo plant are Imported for use as legal docu ments diplomas deeds and bonds There are at least eight other plant from which the subjects of time Mikado obtain paper stuff while this country depends for such material up on linen Mr Falrchlld who has made a special study of this subject says that It Is not pleasant to think that tho brilliant white note paper which a wo man uses may have nn It part of the filthy garment of some Egyptian fellah saved by a ragpicker front the gutter yet it is n fact that hundreds of tons of Egyptian rags are fetched every year to the United States to supply the paper mills At Mannheim on the Rhine till American Importers have ragpicking houses whore rags are col lected from nil over Europe time disease Infected levant not excepted Hill where women and children work with wet sponges tied over their mouths sorting the filthy scraps for shipment to New York The best papers are male of these vile rags Tapers made front the Inner bark of plants like the mltsumata are a cre ation of time Orient They are softer silkier tougher and lighter than Amer Icanuiade papers If wet they lose their strength like tissue paper but on drying regain It JAPANESE TEACH RUSSIANS Remarkable Incidents Connected with the Last War War and peace nre strange bed fellows for over in Japan the land of the rising sun the Japanese readily mixed the two arts In a fashion totally unexpected Time Japs had coralled at lllmeju somewhere in the neighbor hood of 7f JOO Russian prisoners mostly l from Port Arthurprobably 70000 of whom wore illiteratet A well known writer In commenting on the success of the Japanese arms brings out Into the light the secret of Japans strength It Is In just one thing the men have mental as well as physical training The majority of i ppoiis soldiers have received education in RUSSIAN PRISONERS LEARNING WRITE RUSSIAN UNDER JAPANESE TEACfOSRS r JAPANESE PRISONERS AT WORN CourtesyHarpers Heels I pome form and with time desire fo enlighten the Russian prisoners tho goo crmeut of Japan established in the prison at lllmeju a school wherein was taught to the Illiterate Russians their own language Strange as this may seem this fact has been brought out by a short article In time Japan Dally Times in which appears tho statement Thanks to tho teaching those soldiers who were totally Illiter ate are now able to wrlto letters to their homes It is stated that tho authorities of the quarters received inquiries from Russia asking if tho letters were really written by the senders Credit Due Japan This one of the most unusual events ever produced by war is as much to Japans credit na it is valuable to the poor Russian peasantry Tho Kobe Daily News has been issuing nn Illustrated weekly for the Russian prisoners The first Issue of the sheet called Japan and Russia contained over twenty excellent photographic Illustrations This paper in introduc- Ing Itself stated that its object was to keep the 70000 Russian prisoners now in this country Informed about the general situation at the front and the attitude of the various powers in connection with the war as well as to acquaint the prisoners with time 4v S L I In XBW MOXBY NEEDED The Government Cannot Print It Rapidly Enough The great Bureau of Engraving nnd Printing at Washington Las reached its limit and new machines and additional workmen must be provided to turn out the money needed for the We are even now COI1l1trJIII culty In keeping up with for new money said Charles II Treat the United States Treasurer and it deIIn1l1l1dsLarge amounts of old money are Coin ing into the treasury for redemption with the request that new money be issued in Its place The business of r = JI WHERE TIlE MONEY IS ENGRAVED the country must have what it wants iu the way of currency and when this old money ig sent in for redemption it is not wise to delay getting out the new money to replace it The national banks of the country nre increasing their circulation at a remarkable rate During this last year this increase has been about 00000000 and many of the banks have had to wait much longer than prudent to ob tain their circulation These delays tie up the circulating medium There were recently 118 banks on the list waiting for new currency This in creased growth of the circulation out standing of national banks represents the normal growth of time country Plans are being considered at Washington for time extension and enlarge went of the Bureau of Engraving nnd Printing where all of Uncle Sams money Is manufactured I iiBriefs From EveryWhere i Orb O ddO o The honey bee is said to be the Inveterate foe of time bumble bee and will 1 kill him on slight provocation and often without provocation at all i There were imported into the United t States for the last fiscal year yG38lol iil pounds of Sugar jI The product of time poultry industry in the Ililtoil States was worth last year 280000000 The value of hog j products was lS0 20OOOII Salt is n government monopoly I Italy and people living on time seacoast are forbidden to evaporate sea water toIi obtain suit Iced whale was one of the delica cies served by the Emperor of Julian at his dinner to Secretary Taft tumid partyThomas Kllpatrlck who gave to NTow York its first apartment house in 185U was ridiculed as a man who built give houses one on top of the other Time fact that malaria was caused by mosquitoes was known to Cingalese physicians in the sixth century The harassed Sultan of Turkey never sleeps in a dark room Ills chamber and the nearby apartments tumid gut dens are brilliantly lighted all night lie Is read to sleep each night usually I by his brother The Michigan Central Railroad will tunnel the Niagara River Fifty million codfish are caught In the waters of Norway annually I The great turbine steamers of the Cunard line which are expected to show a speed of twentyfive knots ant hour will be in service in the spring of 1907 King Oscar of Sweden nnd the Nor wegian poet Bjornson are great per sonal friends though tile poet has long been writing in behalf of the independ ence of Norway The black spotted trout Is the great est climber among fish lie goes up falls mill dams on his way to headquarters with ease An automobile omnibus line Is In op eration in Lima Peru Time total number of merchant ves sels registered in the world is 2975G The German sculptor Meissner hasI completed his statue of Peter Ilenlcm who four hundred years ago substitutedi springs for weights in clocks thus making the watch n possibility The statue is to bo erected in Ileulcms birthplace Nuremburg Daniel Webster on his Marsltfe- farm was a scientific farmer and a breeder of thoroughbred cattle Alder neys Ayrshlrcs anti Dcvons characteristics of our people thus preparing the way for mutual friend ship and confidence between the two nations after tho restoration of peace 0VOC OOOOOOe nOppC OCJyytrWV V NO OTHER WAGONS APPROACH 0 0oi In Perfect Adaptability Under all Conditions to II The Strong Old Hickory 0 MANUFACTURED B- YI 00iiKentuckY WagonManufacturingl j 8 LOUISVILLE KY 8 LARGEST PRODUCERS OF FARM WAGONS IN THE WORLD L 50GGGCOC3 000000000000000000000000 JIrkslAMERICAN CRO- WNSOAP Is a green soap consistency of paste a perfect cleanser for automobile machinery and alt vehicles will not injure tho most highly polished surface Made from puro vegetable oils If your dealer does notcarry American Crown Soap in stock send us his namo and address and we will see that your wants arc supplied Put up in 1j4 25 and CO lb pails James S Kirk Company BOOKS CHICAGO BOOKS- We ILL i have published some good ones spec ially suited for farmers Books that will help every farmer to make more out of his farm Write for our 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Vegetable Plants FreedMail orders have prompt attention MISSOULA NURSERY CO MISSOULA MONTANA IAW w w st syi h f i =j jorn s i it c The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1903 TEMPORARY ALIMONY ALLOWED sAnnle E Weatherford Daughter Of ExJudge A fl Pulliam r5 Last Wednesday Mrs Annie E Weatherfcrd of Louisville daughter of A M Pulliam of Harned loriner county judge wes allowed temporary alimony of I4O a month by an order of Judge Shackeltord Miller of that city in her suit for dlvotce against Philip D Weatherford 1 who is well known in Bieckenridge county The plaintiff made the charges of cruelty and failure to support while the de fondant who has set up a counterclaim taxes tne allegations of aban donment and improper conduct In the course ot the proot offered it was shown that Mr Weathertords net in come was about 8500 He is employed as a traveling salesman by th Van 13 Nelson Clothing Company o LouisvilleIt be remembered that Mrs Weatherford brought suit about the middle of August for legal separation and 30 a week alimony and caused 11the arrest and detention of her hus band under bonds of 1000 allegin- that be way about to leave the State The bringing of the snit and the arrest of Mr Weatherford caused considerable surprise in Jourevill- land this county because of th of too parties Mrs PIoord claims that she wtnt for her health that her husband sent her 50 monthly on his agreement for her support but after a time his contributions ceased and she was forced to borrow money to retun to Louisville She also claimed that her husbands income was 4000 a year OL August 24 Weatherford tiled his anwser accompanied by a counte- claim in which he asked an absolute decree of divorce on the double charge of abandonment and imprope- conduct He claimed tnut tile wife abandoned him and did not go to California on account of her health that her health is good and that she is capable of supporting herself as milliner He also charged her with fits of bad temper with beating him and with extravagance Will Not Remain Permanently Dock Meserve of Chamber moved id Stephetisport Saturday and his Brother Sam will follow in a short time fbiy also moved their stock and machinery where they will operate ex tensively in timber However they 1000 REWARD Is offered as a guarantee that nelth- eJiDr Pierces Favorite Prescription Non Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery contains alcohol opium or any harmful drug Any one publishing false statements concerning their Ingredients wilt Txj prosecuted Doctor 1lcreos Family Remedies are compounds of medicinal principles scientifically extracted from native roots that euro the diseases for which they are recommended They are medicines which have enjoyed tho public confidence for over a third of a mateThey arc medicines not beverages to satisfy a craving for booze Golden Medical Discovery regulates and Invigorates stomach liver and bowels and cures dyspepsia purifies the blood and tones up the system generally femaleweaknossdrains painful periods and kindred all manta peculiar to women Accept no substitute for these medicines each of which has a record of marvelous cures Substitution means selfishness on the part of the doaler who Is looking for the creator profit on an Inferior article k aOurdaughter who was attending college became and wo were advised I to try verynervous Proscription wries Mrs M ft Fox of ft E Leonard Clt Grand Rapids Mich Wo did so and then YOU advised us to rot the Golden Medical Discovery also She took four bottles of Proscription and three of tho Golden jMedlcal Discovery and you never saw such it chantfo In a person She said she did not feel like ttiostirto person She was about Mvlntcanyoar old at tho time I will gladly recommend Dr Plerces medicines to every ene I adviie parents why have young daughters who suffer from nervous troubles to try Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription at BceI am sure It will help themp DOOIVeN AWAY In copies of Common Sense- cal1IIAi KdTlier a book that sold to the ex ts y rs- oagoos at 150 per copy Last year we rave away 9080 worth ot these inYalua blebookaThis year wo shall xawjgt Mi000 worth of sbarecin this I so sent only 21 Wf1iyo 0 it stamps to cover cost atmailing only for look in aper covers or3l stamps brffalo Y F a r f have no idea oi making Stephetisport their permanent residence but will move back to Hancock when their timb er interests shall have been cared for Hancock Clarion TO CATARRH SUFFERERS Hyomel Guaranteed to Cure by Short Haynes or Money Refunded The popularity and increase in the spIes of Hyomel 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 Hjornel under an absolute guaran tee that it will care catarrh If it does not the purchaser can have his money refunded by Short Haynes Hyomel is no ordinary remedy It is the only method of treatment that sends by direct inhalation to the most remote part of the air passages a balsamic air that destroys all catarrh organse withfadditional ozone and makes a per manent and complete cure of Catarrh The complete Hyomel outfit costs but 100 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of lifetitnsgand it one bottle does not cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can be obtain e1 for 50 cents It is the most econom theeoneethat follows Nature in her methods of treating diseases of the respiratory organsBreathe through the inhaler for a few minutes four times a day and your catarrh is cured Thats all If not cured Short Haynes wit refund your money Forty Miles an Hour on Extension- It is said that trains can now run anrbour over the track on the extension of the Henderson Routh from West Point andrlock ballast was used in laying the track TOO POPULAR WITH THE GIRLS Cause Sam Pooles Arrest He Says Hazelwood Dope Fiend Sam Poole and William Hazelwood Federal prisoners from Breckenridge county in the Daviess county jail aro two of the most unusual characters who ever appeared before Commissioner Lindsey who gave them a prelim- Inary hearing at O yishoro last week As stated in the News last week Poole is a onearmed negro from Hardins burg and Hazelwood a white man whose home is at Olendeaae They were arrested by Deputy United States Marshal C T NichOls on the charge of retailing liquor without a license Poole is an old and comical negro and Hazelwood an alleged dope fienu When Poole went on the btund to testify in his own behalf he stated that the witnesses for the United States had told the truth J I aint twine to tell no lie he said IIcause it might aamagH my chances wid de Lord He ill apparently about seven ty years old but he declared that two of the witnesses against him who were negroes had it in for him because he was so popular with the girls but that they had no show at all and that they joined forces to get him out of the way He asked to be allowed to go bacK homeliEf you is a puttin me in jail jest cause you want me back here boss taint no usehe said Cause Ill come back The commissioner had to comply with the law however and Sam went to jail The witnesses who went to Owensboro to testify in the case said that Poole in spite ot his age and one arm is the highest jumper and the nimblest dancer in Breckenridge county Hazelwood as stated last week waived examining trial and was sent back to jail with Poole to await the action of tne Fedreal grand jury Marsnal Nichols says that he ate mor pnino almost continually alter being placed under arrest until he took the bottle away from him Tho gov ernment physician at Owensboro is now trying to cure him of the mor phine habit No 2 Fold- inBrownie Price 500elil jili A wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers yet so simple that children can use it PICTURES 2 x 31A inchesI Loads in daylight with film Cartridges Fitted with meniscus lens and snutter with iris diaphragm stopsIFull description in Kodak Catalog FtiEE at any photographic dealers or by mall EASTMAN KODAK CO Rochester N Y I jl f t 1 t r1rter A L- Sherman Ball f i FOR COUNTY CLERK November Election 1905Ihl Reduction in Homeseekers Rates The Roes Island today announces a very material reduction in homeseok ers rates to its Southwestern tern tory Heretofore the homeseekers rate has been fixed onas a basis ot approximately one fare plus 3 for the round- trip The new rates are about 75 per cent of the regular oneway rate tor time ronnd tripand tickets carry the same limit and all tVdlprivileges of stop overdiveise route bOa sidetrips as at the former rate The dates of sale are the first and third Tuesdays ot October November and December PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY Chronic Diseases treated by Harmless InellldlllJHomeopathy TherapySuggestionAmong the Chronic Diseases treated tire Nasal Catarrh Ear Mouth Throat BronchIal und Lung dlsouses Constipation Diarrhoea Indigestion Headache Piles Fistula Uheu matlsm Neuralgia Diseases of tho nervous system Asthma Dlalnjtes Neurasthenia Slseplfssness Stammering St Vitus Dunce Paralysis Kpllepsy Liver heart kidney and ladder dIseases Dropsy LlmenessScrofula Pequelae of acute diseases diseases of the skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases per culiar 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 and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high made1iyanteed Moderate prices Export tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May it Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in sot i thng estates All collections yeas onable j Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY will practIce hIs profession In all of the Courts of and IIdjolnl1J counties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal1 practice License to practice l StatesDistrict Courts Office r vet lank of llardlnsburg Mmm MM- fi Satisfaction guaranteed EM Patronize your homo dentist IIOlllee over Klnchelons Drug Store M HARDINSBURO KY Redwood and cedar shingles Redwood beveled siding Skiff sides 20 inches wide and 20 feet long No 1 Y P laths Y P flooring andceiling White pine doors and sash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill f t DEATH OF LOUIS LIGHTFOOT Experienced Cook and Useful Negro Stood Well In Ilk Race Louis Lightfoot considered one of Cloverports best colored citizens died last Wednesday morning at 815 oclock at his home here It is sup posed that his death was due to con sumption Ho had been seriously ill for about two weeks and in failing health since the middle of June Be was fiftyseven years of age Lighttoot was a cook by occupation for many years having been employed by the hotels here and lately by the Henderson Route He was lit one time treasurer of the United Brothers of Friendship a local fraternal organi zation and stood well among the members of his race At the time of his death he was a trustee of the colored baptist church His wife mother one sister rand two brothers Thos and Uarence of New Albany survive The funeral was held from Asbuiy Methodist church Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock Rev W H Pope the pastor conducting the service The interment was ut the colored ceme tery on the Hnrrtinsburg and Clover port turnpike The fontnil was largely attended Kodol Dyspepsia CureI Digests what you eat y ft Jrr ai An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl hud a touch ot pneumonia which left be with an awful cough She nad spells of coughing just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all We got bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like charm She stopped coughing and got stoat and fat writes Mrs Ora Bussard Brubakei Ill This remedy is for sate by Short Haynes Sailor Jean at Elizabethtown Elizabethtown News Attired in tall sailor costume Sail lor Jean pushed his wheelbarrow into Elizabethtown early Tuesday morning He is making a tour of all the State capitals on foot and haa already visited thirtyfour In two years and six months he has tramped and pushed his trolleyette 18000 miles and worn out twentythree pair of shoes He has 4000 miles yet to travel and year to finish his trip in If he keeps up his average of 24 miles per day he will make the last State capital in less than half that time In case he finishes on time which it seems sure that he will do he will receive 5000 for making the trip He has visited 2470 p stoffices and will visit many more willINNNNNNNNNNiNiN N NiNV i Bank of HardinsburgJ OFFICERS j- O B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier + DIRECTORS J Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard 2 Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson J Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits j NN N1NNNNNNNNN NNN tr m The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed tt 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VP es CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and carelul attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedour customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits m eo3 R II First State Banks IRVINGTON KY f WI PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vicepresident H H KEMPER Cashier IIAccount of Corporations Firms nnd Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits + i THE Fifth Avenue I HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr M a a a 1The most centrally located and 8rst class hotel In the city 1200 rate onlJII Only one block from tbe shopping district and two blocks from I the principal theatres tStreet cars pass the door to all parts jof IEverythIngI IS7J 4 Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1005 IRVINGTON Roland Smith of Louisville was aTI home Sunday iiiite a large crowd trom here went on the excursion Saturday to Louis ville Mrs Ella Tate of Louisville caw Monday to Visit her cousin T A Julley Willis Green of Falls of Rough spout Sunday here tne guest of MissI Edith Marshall Mr and Mrs Joe Bolin of Boon VillA Ind arrives Snnduy night toI bo with her brother Jas Bolin for an indefinite stay Miss Eula Honsoly was in Stephens port for a few days lest week theI guest of Mrs R A Skilluan Miss Lillie McGlothlau left Tuesday for Louisvillo where she will spen the greater part of the winter Miss May Lawson of Hawesville came Monday to visit her friend Mr and Mrs J M Fallon for several days Miss Tula Leonard left Saturday for Carlisle Ind wnore sho expects to visit Mr and Mra Con Bland for some time Mrs Richard Owen of Lowisport has returned homo atter a few days visit to Mrs Kate Bennett and Mrs L B Moreman Mr and Mrs Dowell Beauchainp of Alexis 111 arrived Monday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Ella Smith tor an indefinite stay MM C F Redman and children have returned to their home in Boon ville Ind after soveral days visit to Mr and Mrs J A Cnlley The Afternoon Reading Club will meet with Mrs C L Chamberlain on Friday October la at 380 oclock with Miss Edith Marshall HS leader Dr Dempster and wife of Glen duane came up Sunday to see their son Dr P E Dempster who has boon sick but is butter at the present writingMr Mrs F A Damewood of Shenandoen la and PO Plank and daughters of Cloverport were the guests of Mr and Mrs C L Cham berlain Saturday Douglas Cooper and Missus Laura Cooper and lennlo Stepheus ot Urison county Ind loft last week for their home after a snort visit to Mr and frs A B Coleinan Clarence McUlothlfii of Louisville spent Saturday feud Sunday here the j guest of 1m parents He expects to leave Saturday for San Francisco to take a position with the Pacific Hardware x Stool Io A protracted meeting will Degin at the Presbyterian churcb the first Sunday in November The pastor will he assisted by the Rev T A Wiggin ton of the First Cumberland Presby terian church at Evansville Mis Phillipps neo Ethel AdkUson loft Friday for her home in Sumter I SC ner isster Miss Maud Adkisson loft the saws day for ner mitsicnary worn at Ft Sill Okla lath daugh I tors having bton called Here in Auenst on account of the illness of their mother Mrs Leona Adkisgon who i died September 27 n I From another correspondent Di Peyton Henderson of Louisville was in town Wednesday Miss Eva Herndon returned Thins day from a visit to Mrs Lutie Roberts at Stephansport Miss Jen Hardinof Brandenburg is the gnot of Mrs Mary Washington Mnnford and daughters Taylor Dowell and son Lonnie were in Elszabethtown Friday to de liver a huudsoiuo pair of mules Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon and flits Parks ot Webster were guests of Mrs 7 B Herndon Thursday Ayers If your blood is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicin- eII I injr life without donlit to Ayer fiarnaparllla II In the inoiit wonderful inrdl elcu In the worlil for nlIrvOIlN eaa MvrurnU- permaiifliitatKl I oannnltlimik you rnniiLli MRS ItKUA MCw aLt Newark N1 5100 A bottle 1 f ATitnro- IxiwrllAll rllltIsfor Mam Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayors Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla BABY TUCKERS WONURfUL CURE a Covered from Head to Foot with Humours Forty Boils on Head at One Time Doctors and Drug IBills 100Baby Grew Worse CURED BY CUTICURA FOR FIVE DOLLARS I Mrs George H Tucker Jr 335 Greenfield Avenue Milwaukee Wisii is a grateful motherU When six months old she says II my little girl weighed pound and a hall less than at birth When one month old a scab formed on her face spreading until it iis todfoot followed by boils having forty on her head at one time and more on her body Then her skin started to dry up and it became so bad she could not shut her eyes to sleep One months treatment with Cuticura Soap and Ointment made n complete cure and now my child is as large strong and healthy as any child of her age The doctors and drug bills were over one hundred dollars and my baby A grew worse all the time Then we spent less than five dollars for Cuti cura and cured her iis CUTICURA A BLESSING To SkinTortured BabiesR and Tired Mothers The suffering which Cuticura Soap and Ointment have alleviated among the young and the comfort they have afforded wornoutandworricd parents have led to their adoption in counthless homes as priceless curatives for birth humours milk crust scalled head eczemas rashes and every form of itching scaly pimply skin andecscalp humours with loss of hair of infancy and childhood Guaranteed absolutely pure Cutlcnr SOAP Olnttnrnt and riff art told Ihrouhouhthe world Ioltrr Drue I Clirm Corp Fsvfi GrstndtotUowtoCareBahrltumou- rMiss Virginia Hudson of Clover port spent Friday in town the guest of Master Tank Board and sister Mary HelenDr A M Hardaway of Bewley villa was in town Sunday i Dr L B Moremnn was in Louis ville Saturday Rev W A Hynes and T B Hen derson attended the conference of the- M E church South which was iin session at Leitchheld last weeknMr and Mrs Thus H Drury after attending the state fair at Lexington 1 are making an extended visit to rela tines and friends at IrankfortInud VltrloItunrcMr aud Mis Jas Hugh Conly and son las Hugh Jr of Wilmington N C arrived Sunday night to be the guests of Mrs J S Board and 1 Mrs Nannie Henderscn The Afternoon Club held a most interesting iin mooting Friday at the homo of Mrs Robert McGlotblan The storv lof Cosselte was delightfully related by Mias Marshall A most exact description j of the convent of the Bertl nardines of the Perpetual Adoration was given by Rev GravetiREPORT OF AFTERNOON CLUBb At the meeting of the Afternoon Club on Friday the following report of filtheThe Afternoon Reading Club held its bimonthly mooting on Friday September 15 at the home of Mrs W A Hyncs under the efficient Inal1elS ship of Mrs Kobt McGlothlan Tne members were called to order at 4I oulock p in The work under consld eration was Victor Hugos Les hs r- abIes The program was as follows 1 Quotations from LPS Alisorables to Members of the club U Continuation ol the Story of Jean Valjoan Mrs W A Hynes I The Story of Fantine Miss Edith MarshallfoA general discussion of the book followed interspersed with readings ot specially interestlngor masterly pas sages The meeting adjourned at ft oclock to west again on September 2l1 with Mrs Robt McGlotblan with Mrs W J Pigogtt as leader Those present Were Mrs R M Jolly Mrs Robe McGlothlan Mrs W A Bynes Rev W A Hynec Miss Eva McGlothlan Miss Edith Marshall Mrs Olive Hynes The presence of Mrs Olive Hynes was the source of great pleasure to the club Good Opening of Taylors School With ninetythree pupils enrolled and nine turned away for lack of room Prof H K Taylor opened his Louisville Training School at Beech mont last month This is but a true demonstration of the merit of this p school ana of Prof Taylors high rank as a man and an educator While theItowhiskey element has joined hands to tear down the Louisville Training School because it trains its pupils to tight whiskey and crime this schools l steadily and sorely advancing to abplace in the rank of schools that stand forjright HARDINSBURG I Riley Dowell1 and K S Bandyof Ir vingtouwere in town Monday W N Pate of Balltown was In the city Monday on a business trip Mrs G W Beard is visiting Mr and Mrs W S Beard in Louisville- Dr John E Kincheloe was in Louisville a few days last week Gen D K Murray attended court at Brandenburg last week Edward Dillion went to Cloverport = Monday on a business trip Dr W A Walker is in Custer this week on a professional visit Henry M Jolly wont to Lowisport last week to visit relatives Mrs W S Jolly of Sample was in town Saturday visiting friends Samuel Henniugerof West Viewwaa in town Sunday visiting friends Jab P Haswell Jr was at Irvington the first of the week on legal business Warner Macy of Fort Worth Texas visiting Mr und Mrs Paul Compton Milton Coke of Henderson was in town last week shaking hands with his friends Mrs D R Murray is visiting her parents Me and Mrs D C Moorman II- at Glendeane BF Beard left ionday for Burgin where he will vift his daughter Mrs = S Edelen Dr Milton Board of Ilopkiusville tore visiting his parents Judge and Mrs Milton Board Mrs Percy M Beard has returned home from a visit to Mr and Mrs D S at Union Star Mrs Win G Ilnswell has returned S home from a visit to Mr and 1lrsD George W McCubbins at Stephensport James Lewis returned to Louisville Monday after a visit of two weeks totlJ is parents Mr and Mrs T C Lewis Charles L Beard returned home SatCi urday from Leitcbfield where he attend N the annual conference of the M E church South Hugh Eskridge left today for his tic ome in Douglass Ariz after a visit of several weeks to his parents Mr and Mrs Roscoe Eskridge STEPHENSPORT Win Blain is able to be out agains1 Mrs Jane Brooks went to Louisville SundayMrs S B Schoop went to Louis ville Sunday Boyd McKaughan has moved intof the Stir hotel Tom Smiths family moved to Che last week Lotch Brown has gone to Louisville tor a1 few days George McCubbins and wife have to from Louisville RevGibbons has been att ending the conference at Loitchlield Traverse Conner was visiting hist parents a few days last week Mis E A Blaine is visiting friends Cloverport for a few days Dr A 11 Hardaway was here sevel oralI days last week doing dental work Arthur Claycomb and wife are visiting at the Claycomb homestead near ii The protracted meeting at the Bap ts church will not begin until Octo 14 Revii1 T Lewis of Cloveiport nis regular appointment here Sunday Misses Mabel and Pauline Moorman were guests at Andrew Crawfoids Miss Zelma Lay came home from her school at Clifton Friday evening to visit her mother Pike Conn sold his tine saddle horsela Elwood tor a funny price He goes Princeton Ind Mr and Sirs Tom Carr of Alton a Ind were guests of Air and Mrs Gene Conner last week Jim Lott of Lewisport candidate r State Senator was at the Conn house one day lust weekwMiss Enla Hensley came down from irvington Friday evening to visit her cant Mrs R A Skillman Mrs Brown McCubbins and little daughter Ruth were guests of Mr and Mrs Ice McCu bins Saturday Mrs Godfrey Haswell and her bright little daughter Georgia Ale have returned to their home in Hat dinsburg after several days visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Gen Mc Cubbins WEBSTER Frank Teaif has a fine baby boy at his houseSE AlcDavis of Westview visited Hoi Drane last SundayRSeveral car loads of stootc were ship ed from here last wcekClHIi Kurtz and H H Norton went Louisville last Sunday 0 Mrs A M Tate of Louisville is i visiting her brother Jas Witt Tom Robertson and family of Lodi urg visited H O Keys Sunday Hollis Drane was in Louisville last week to purchase a ettick of goods tl yy1 Public SaleI At the residence of tho lute Wm Scott one and uhnlf miles northeast of Hurried I will offer for sale to the highest bidder on Friday October 13 Horses Mules Cat tie Farming Imple ments a Wagon a Buggy Shelled Oats 3000 Feet of Lum ber and the House hold and Kitchen Furniture Terms made known day of Sao Mary A ScottAdministratrix Dr S P Parks contemplates moving to Irvington about the first of De cemberTom Lyddun and Miss Norris Kurtz attended church at Irvington last unday Rapnael Knott has bought out Di P Parks and will move there aloof 1II Wheat sowing is progressing nicely I and a large acreage will be sown inII section Mrs Goo Sketo and sister Miss ol Lodibnrg visited Airss D Payne last week H C Haddock of Clifton Mills has the contract to repaint the Catno church at Mt Merino Miss Lucy McUavock who has been visiting her brother J K McUavocK has returned to her home at Clover port Miss Nan E Lyddan goes to Louis ville this week to attend the horlleI and for an indefinite visit to I friendsA meeting was to have I begun at Clifton Mills last Sunday I hut the pastor Rev Green Cnndiif to arrive BEWLEY VILLS 1 I Tim Anderson is on the sick list Philip Cain has inowl his family town J Jonn Cox had a birthday dinner 1 l1l1duycHurlbut Cain has been ill of fever weeks J w fir and Mrs W G Hardaways baby is quite s lkII I Our Sunday ecnool needs the pres I of more of the pupils Mrs Z T Stith ib in the city tho guest of Mr Elms MortonlThe ladies of tno W F bL S held profitable meeting recently Mr and Mrs Fletcher Blanford left for Athertonvillo Sunday D1ghtt Dr Walker will be at Bewleyville October 18 and 10 to do dental work- r and Mrs D C Heron spent 1 Sunday with Mr and Mis ZacK Stitb 4 Miss Louise Walker Garnottsville J was visiting Miss Kathleen Walker a week ago- Farmers geneially have finished sowing wheat They are making a crop Mrs Null of Louisville recently visited her brother Dr J M Walker few days The Sunday school snporintodent appointed the teachers meeting at his homo Thursday Mrs Nannie Hodges who has been Mrs R D Cain has gone to Ernest Hendersons MIss Sallie Hawkins is expected to visit her grandparents at Guston next Saturday and Sunday Golden Rod TARFORK T H Bates was in Cloverport Thurs day Norvin Chancellor went to Fordsville Vednesdayii Horn last week totlhe wife of L C i Keenan a boy Rev C L Goff preached at Cave last Sunday Dr Wm Howard is attending Nat whose condition is worse again Wid Taul of Magan Ohio countII Wednesday to visit B H and C B Hates of Jolly Sta tion went to T M Bates near Pisgah lust Tuesday Ivan Dates and NorvinCbanellor went to HardinsburgTuesrtayMr Chancellor sold a nice lot of hogs Little Jennie and Lewis Chancellor are sick Dr Howard was called Wednesday and Thursday to see them Dr J1 Owen of Cloverport made a professional visit to Mrs L C Taul Thursday Mrs Taul is convalescing Mrs Sue Quisenberry has returned home after spending several weeks with her daughter Kirs Waller Wilson dear Jolly Station MATTINGLY Little Frankie Newman son of Mr and Mrs Nat Newman is sick Mr and hits George Newman ot 1isgah ore quite sick Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinius moved here last Monday Mr Tinius will move his saw mill here shortly Miss Lula Brickey is visiting friends and relatives at Cloverport- Mr and Mrs Davis of Westview are visiting their daughter and family Mrs Sam Lasley Misses Nola and Mertie Furrow and Ressa Duncan were the guests ot Mr and Mrs Thomas Brickey Sunday Misses Rilla Howard and Mayme ea- ton and Messrs Charlie Howard and Curtis Pate were the guests of Mrs Sarah Frank Sunday Jesse liivin of Oaktown Ind who has been visiting friends and relatives here for some time was called home by the serious illness of his father Felix Uivin formerlyof this place George and Jessie Taul who have been at Oaktown for sonic time came home to be at Mrs W I Touts funeral last Sunday Mr and Mrs James Seatnti Mr and Mrs Jeff Miller and Miss Jennie Patter on of Cloverport attended the funeral of Mrs W I Taul PATESVILLE Mr and Mrs James Lynch were in Clover port Friday Mrs W J Lauless nd danghters returned from Horse Branch Saturday C Matt Jarboe and Oscar Young our hatching housekeepers have gone out of the business for awhile Rev Oldham filled his regular up poiutment at the Baptist church Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning Saturday night the home of T G Lynch was greatly surprised by a storm party consisting of tho boys and girls from this place with their string music Miss Mollie Fawver was able to take her place in the school room at Dukes last week She had been ill the week before and her sister Miss Nell was tailed to fill her place as teacher Walter Metcalf the singing teacher from Pellville was here Sunday for the purpose of making np a singing class at this place He is an excellent singer and there are no reasons why he should not be successful Plaits to Get Rich often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipa tion Braco up and take Dr Kings New Lire Pills They take out tho materials which are clogging your en ergies and glue you a new start Cnre headache and dizziness too At Short Haynos drug store 25c guaran teed Otto Fallen left Wednesday for Riv erviow to accept a position at the Portland cement plant at that place 4t I Public Auction jjr I will oiler lit Private Sills the stock named below until Saturday October 14 f If not sold before that day m fIiIimon that late Terms of Sale fI mmi wmm 1 pair aged mules well broke J X 1 pair 8yearold mules mj broke none bettor in the yvj county 1 twoyearold mulod a good one 1 oneyearold mule 1 sixmonthsold mule gLLFor further information address W WF FRAIZE IL j= Ky J OF VITAL INTEREST ITO EVERY CITIZE == uuu u MR C D TAYLOR CLERK BOARD OF HEALTH SAYS PERUNA HAS BECOME TllE FAMILY MEDICINE OF THE WORKING PEOPLE IN HIS CITY Mr 0 D Taylor has been Clerk ot the City Board of Health Jacksonville Flu for ten years which position has J afforded him amply opportunity sir noting tho best means of proven Jx and curing dlseasctlie expresses his approval ofrho u of Peruna as the most effective means of solving a problem of such vital interest to the community In the follow Ing letter II The health of the poor of a largo cltj is always a question of vital Interest not only to tho city officials but to every citizen It has been a source of much satisfaction tome to find that so largo number of working people In moderate circumstances have accepted Peruna a I their family medt1 Working Mans cine It has cured Family Medicine a largo number 01 oases especially ot catarrh of tho head lungs an stomach and building up tho genera health IIt cannot fail but prove a hell and blessing to any community wher it is generally adopted and used 1 have found it an honest reliable remed and am pleased to endorse itC D TaylorAddress Dr S B Hartman Presides of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Prosperity in Alaska Seattle Post Intelligencer According to the statements of Wil Wilzinski who has just returned from an extended trip in the North in which J 1theer prosperity than is generally y dIMr Wilziuski states that businessmwlh t Yukon district is booming and that al t indications point to n steady and rapid I improvement in trade conditions all through Alaska with the exception of 1 the more remote districtsJJ f liThe large amounts of gold that have been taken out of the claims along the f Yukon and the prospect ofau exceptionally I large cleanup next spring haytt resulted in a state of prosperity an stability never before seen in the north tern districts said Mr 1Vilzii ski Merchants and miners have beerheavy buyers of all foodstuffs imple t ments and clothing and the majori shave laid in a supply which is calculataed to last them all winter During thtwinter season the business in the north t ern part of Alaska naturally restricte o to some extent by the extreme cold anImost of the miners and prospectors 1 Iaea up enough provisions and other article to last until spring thus avoiding U o higher prices that they are compelledtv to pay during the season when uavigpthou on the Yukon becomes impossible 0- IrrKKsSKKkKo rKKttKkrkpKp V I No Waiting Heret d c fA2 Just tell us how muchY5 r lumber you need We S VIhaveFraming material S and choice Poplar andd x Walnut is ready forojj youfcThats the thing1IT x able to get so quick before st I Let us have your = order todayK Your House Barn or I Stable may need re II pairslu11 REMEMBER US c i Seaton Weatherholt 1 I b IICloverporf KyCilAitAStStAi1i1S1I1S7R ttkStkSfkil 1 Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Jhas stood the test 25 years Average Annul Sales ova One mid a Haltss9 bottles 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