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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i PRINTii VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1905 12 Pages NO 13 REPUBLICAN TICKET t For Representative- L L Alltchell For County Judge fiords Eskridge 4 For County Clerk W Sherman Ball For County Attorney Allen R Kincheloe For Sheriff Dennie Sheeran IYS For Superintendent Schools lY Andrew Driskell For Jailer William J Hall otForSurveyor ItoRM Basham Iia JForAssessor 9rHenryCannon I Suvns w OF E HAS MEETING it eater Call For National Convention OfI tic o Tobacco Growers is Approved atas And Delegates Are Appointed eat re rot all EVERY GROWER IN COUNTY an 4 era URGED TO JOIN SOCIETY per lot j I 4 ed Hardinsburg Ky Oct 10riper DialThe Breckenridge County Union Equityleathebuscosrthouso Saturday afternoon Gran villo S Wilson of McQnady presi dent of the county union presided Win Lyons Matthew Shr wsberry and Smith Waggoner were appointed a IVilcommittet on credentials and their om report showed nearly every local union feb mthe county ropresented on LUpon motion of lien Miller the eatchair appointed H A Walker H C d Jolly and Jno P Haswell Jr as a th committee on resolutions who reported al the following which were unani Lpk inonsly adopted all Resolved by the Breckenridge County o Union of the American Society of Equity 1 That we heartily approve or the call tor the mitional convention ave of the tobacco department of the A S the of E to be held at Owensboro Oct yep 18 10 20 believing that it will result avin much and lasting benefit to all tobacco growers an 3 We hereby appoint our county th president Granville S Wilson and E ski B Oglesby as delegates and Smith alteree nates to said convention and instruct pIe them to use their best endeavors to rut secure a uniform course of action latamong all the growers of tobacco of tvestb3 We earnestly urge all growers of rth tobacco in tins county to join this ate organization and call upon all mem anbera to renew their energies and Iaenneavor to make the Society stronger compactle no fight IB won in a ti ono battle no cacao is established l twith a single effort but sustained and persistent endeavor always wins cor ig tain success in any good undertaking itI e Good speeches were made on the res 1olutionsJ Waggoner H A Wslker Matthew j i oirAMatthew Shrowsberry was appointed j delegate and Smith Waggoner i alt- erFFgate to the national convention of the IndianapolisI Tadfcon r 1November1 t Oratory a Decadent Art j i Hardinsburg Ky Oct 10Spe i r oial HonsJohn Y Lott aim Richard W Owen of Lewisport candidates 1 for State Senator were in tho city Monday Neither of them made a 1 C courthouseVouldoratory In this campaign oratory seetas to be a decadent art I r Rheumatism r Is one of the constitutional e diseases it manifests itself painsinflamed muscles but it cannot be applicationsIt I treatment acting through the blood and the best is a course of the great medic- ineHoodsSarsaparilla 1 which has permanently faired thousands of cases i For testimonials of remarkablo cures Swt4 tor Book on Rheumatism No 7J WC L Hood Co Lowell Masr- t READ THIS LETTER AND HAND IT TO A FRIEND riimlinsbur r Ky October 10 1 05- Uoalixing that no candidate ovnr has or ever will have a person al interview with each of llrcckenridjje countys 4800 voters I take this method of having a short discussion concerning the race for County Judge and of putting one question to the fairminded voters of the county regardless of politics That question is this WHO DESERVES TO UK COUNTY JITDSK WHY t In the beginning concede that my opponent Mr Eskridge is aa qualified gentleman I have every reason to believe that he holds the same opinion of me With the question of qualification settled both being qualified then it becomes a matter of the bestowing ofu favor by the voters when they go to the poles to select a public servant As the years go by we find politics figuring less and less in the selection ofcounty and municipal oflicers 1 believe that a comparison of the claims of my opponent and myself upon your support will persuade you that I merit the support of my countys people in this race Mr Eskridge is now more tthan sixty years old in other words he is nearing the endof an honorable and successful life All of his children are selfsustaining a fact that reflects further credit upon the father lie has two sons who arc drawing about 200 per month from the government lIe has one laughter who teaches music and one who is a stenographer Thus you see he is relieved of the burden of supporting his children My opponent enjoys a good practice in law He hits one of the nicest residences and some of the most desirable Iproperty in the town of Hardinsburg lie is a director of the Hank of Hardinsbnrg and is a titan of some means 1I know tthat it would be an honor for him to be elected to the ollicc that wo both sl ek but the question is Can and will I not fill the oflice as well and do I not deserve the lift that he has gotten long ago Ills two sons are now striving just as I am lie would plead for one of them as being young nun if he were situated as IuniI Suppose tthat Pnell Sam hud said to Mr Kskridges boys when they applied for their positions Boys 1 know that you are deserving 1Ilimo that you ore honest and energetic iwd are striving to accomplish something I know tthat will hurt you badly to be refused that for which you are asking you must wait until you are old I have an old gentleman who is just completing an honorable life and I desire to heap the good things this world on him lIe has money position honor etc but I will just give him the position that you seek and sometime maybe I will have something that nobody else wants and it will be yours My case is similar to the one cited Now my readers as you know I11l11l a son of one of your countys armers My good rather and mother are just as ambitious for me is Mr Eskridge for his deserving sons mud daughters I have heard him read with pride letters from his son Graham one of my myfatherCounty Judge before he retires from active life is commendable but if saute bo satisfied it will moan no more to him really than a nice hivehimelected it will be the foundation stono upon which I shall endeavor to build an honorable career of usefulness Fathers and mothers If your son was asking to serve someone and another man who did not particularly need the work should bo an applicant also would you appreciate the preference of the other man 1 have endeavored to do in an acceptable moaner all Wilt has been entrusted to me so far I desire to impress upon the farmers of the re mote districts of the county that if I am elected that they will not be forgotten I will see that they receive a proportionate benefit for the taxes that they pay If my roadworking system be adopted they are bound to profit by it just the sumo as the man living in the edge of one of our little towns My opponent has never come out on tile road question Ho is a town man and does not know anything about roads so of course ho does not know what to say to suit the people soughtthesee no reason for forcing upon a maul something that he does not want bad enough to seek it especially when there is another man who is in position to so much appreciate the same If 1 do not get to have a talk with you kindly consider what I have said and while one vote way not mean much to you a low years after it is cast it may bo the one that will put mo in position in the fu turn to return the favor done mo and I will take pleasure in so doing lam Most respectfully t a HUDSON SCENE OF SHOOTING SCRAPE Robert Day Attacks Ralph Lucas And Lays Flesh Open to Skull Day is Shot by Son of Lucas LUCAS DOING illS DUTY AS OFFICER OKIGIN OF AFFAIR Hardinsburg Ky Oct 10Spo cial Last Saturday evening at Hud son occurred a shooting scrape between Robert Day ard Ralph Lucas and Mr Lucas two sons Stove and William The dillictilty originated out of the fact that Mr Lucas was tile deputy sheriff in the Htulsonville district at the time of the shooting of L H Hudson by Robert Day last summer The warrant of arrest was placed in Lucas hands for execution but he failed to find Day who finally came in and gave himself up at Hardins burgLucas dad attended Hudeonvl lie Lodge No 2G2 F AM Saturday afternoon it is said and HS he came out of the lodge building Day said to him Gd dm you you hunted for me for a hundred dollars reward all night Lucas told him that it was his duty to do so as a sworn officer and that he would hive treated anyone olse in the same way Mow words passed it is said and Day ran lime hand in his pocket quickly and struck Lucas with what was thought to be knacks stJtguoring him considerably and lay ing open the flesh to the skull on his forehead He also struck Stove Lucas who was standing near ana knocked him several feet away Day ran into the store house and rump back with a doublebarrelled shot gen and shot 4 at Stove Lucas who shot Day in the leg with a pistol Day then turned J the gun on Ralph Lucas who ranI under it and grabbed Day who thenJJ struck at him with his gun Day thenI tried to get his nistol out to shoot hat it dropped to the llDor before htt could use it In the Frnfilu Day was I cut in the nctK Several wisons rushed in and separated them DI Sidney Hall dressed Lucas face I and Drs Mefldor und Stono dresser Days woundII Mr Lucas and his sous came in c Monday and gave themselves up waived an examining trial and were put under oond of 200 each for their appearance Lucas says he was justifiable throughout and public sentiment is largely in his favor Dr Crabb Dismissed Ur B W Crabb a former dcntifet c of this county who was arrested at Shepherdsville recently on the charge I of forging a check tor 4i was dismissed in city court Louisville Monday morning The warrant for Crabbs arrest was sworn out by Dr T 11I Crutcher of Louisville on whom the check was passed On account of the failure of Dr Crnfher who was out ot the city to appear the easy wai filed away mind the prisoner released SeversBaker Arrangements Hardinsburg Ky Oct 10Spe- ctalDr and Mr J TL Baker announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Mis Alice Anne Bak er to Mr Roscoe Frymire Severs The wedding will take place at the Methodist Episcopal church South at 4J oclock on the afternoon of Wed nesday October 2Jb Mr Severs is a successful young civilengineer His parents Hen and Mrs D fi Severs reside at Clover port Artistic Genius of Cloverpori Tinder tho above head Saturdays CourierJournal contained a picture ot Harry ray Newsom the promising young artist of this city who Is attending the Cincinnati School otI Art Baptists Call Pastor Hardinsbnrg Ky Oct 1031e- oialTbe members of the Baptists church have called Rev Dan ShUCKI lette of Ekron as their pastor to succeed Rev E Bi hnglssh woo resigned A cottage is being built in Bracken ridge Addition lby tho Oloverport Real Estate c Improvement company for Hardin Kinder I d t I For Breokfast i Luncheonor A few small biscuits easily made with lRoyal Baking Powder Make the- msmallas small round as a napkin ring Mix and bake just before the meal Serve hot Nothing better for a light dessert than these little hot biscuits with butter and honey marmalade or jam You must use Royal Baking Powder to get them right ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK r AN OLD CITIZEN PASSES AWAY Chlnkle JlmifcMattlngly Father of Thirteen Children Dead James W Mattingly widely known in this part of Breckenridge county as Uhinkie Jim Mattingly died Friday afternoon at the homo of his daughter Mrs Samuel Ahl at Haw esville He had been ill about a week death being due principally perhaps to the infirmities of old age and nervous prostration For several years he nod been in failing health Mr Mattingly was born in 1832 on Beeohfurk near Mattingly in which neighborhood lie resided all his life encaging in farming while his health permitted In the sixties he was married to Miss Frances Wheat ley who survives him To this union were born thirteen children twelve of whom are living and most of teem in the county Reared in tilt Catholic church 1IMattingly was a man who possessed many good qualities He was espec IIbbIII care he always took of thalliIJ11 C Mattingly of this city when a boy gave Mr Mattinglvl the odd name ot Lhinkie Jim Irom his coming to his home oue duty with n pocketful of hincapins Lhinkie live MHttinglys father than whom a better man never lived was known to everyoody HS Tic Douloureux Jim Mattingyowing to tne disease ot that name from which he ImlferedI I untold a ony for many always said he thanked God it was lid worse Cliinxie Jim Mattnigly ihad two cousins who were each called Turkey Tim Mattinglv and another cousin who was known as Long LICK Jim iattingly The remains or Mr MaltiuglyI were i brought here Saturday morning from Hswesvllle and the interment was at St Marys graveyard near Mattingly on Sunday Father Henry conducting the service No Race Suicide This Born September 30 to the wife of Louis Ashley of Glendeane a boy This is the fourteenth three girls and eleven JOYS Citys Slowest Yet Fastest Man Agent Fred Frrey of the Henderson Route is the slowest yet the fastest man in llo reruort Every other month it is his lot to meet the early morning twain going east witch is due here at 511t7 a m Every morning about this tune Agent Ferry displays his agility He uses the engine blast ashis alarm clock When the train whistles for the shops he awakens dresses and walks across the street to the depot and ar rives there in time to sell sveen ex cursion ticKets make out four mileage coupons and checks the baggage before the train comes in One would natur ally think Mr Ferry ran across the street went at a skip to mylu giit while selling tickets but he dont He walks the hundred yards in the easiest manner and never thinks of hurrying For whats the use 1 says be George II bacon Jr Born to Dr and Mrs George H Bacon nee Jessie hul1of Mexico a n George H Bacon Jr 1 key King Well Pleased WithIAppointment By Rev p L Knur pastor ol the Methodist Episcopal church Souih for the past tiiren years Ml Friday afternoon for I tnlstowii to assume the paetornte of the Methodist ohnrob at that place and the church at Sam uels tho appointment he received at the recent conference at Leitchlielrt He spent several days here last week after returning from the conference Before leaving Rev King expressed himself as being well pleased with his new appointment The church at Bardstown iie a handsome brick edifice with all modern improvements The congiegatiou is a good one and us Ii- I whole the charge is considered one of the best in the State fir the size of the town Muir Put UnJer Heavy Bond Joseph Mnir of Louisville vhc threatened the life of Sam Stitfo trainmaster of the Henderson Rout has been put under a bond ot 1000 and fined = 1110 Mnir was formerly a conductor on the Henderson Route Mr Stites saw fit to nave Mnir die charged and f hA later siid ho would kill himDaviess May Pool Again JJaviess county tobacco growers will pool their tobacco again this year unless the national association which meets in Oweushoro October 18 should decide against the plan At a meeting in Owensboro last week of the tobacoo growers of Daviess county this decis ion was reached and It was alto deoid edto abtndou the plan of giving n barbecue for the delegates to the meeting of the National Tobacco Growers association Investigations showed that the cost of such an entertainment would be quite large Circuit Court Convenes Hardinsburg Ky Oct 10Spe cial The October term of circuit court convened yesterday The follow ing wellknown men compose tho grand jury for this term of court Wm Storms Stephen Lucas L H Adkisson H L Stader John Rollins Charles K Bandy Cliff Pyle J F McGary Jeff D Owon Lon Cash man Matt Mattingly anti B F Hardin Wm Storms was appointed by the court as foreman rjr- jd 3 TOR= E1aBm tbolha Kind You Have Always BwgM Signature sof V The Breckenridge News n WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 100 THE ASSIGNMENTS OF THE MINISTERS OF AlE CHURCHES Rev J W Lewis Presiding Elder Owensboro District Duvail Iis ReturnedRev Hynes Put IIn Charge Of a District B M CURRIE SENT HERE P L KING TO BAR DSTOWN To Louisville conference ot the Methodist Episcopal obnrnb South It Laitchttald was a hannouiona and iraocMrtal meeting throaghout woe pleftMBg feature was the generous loapirality of the citizens of Leitrh field for hich the oonferunot express ed itself at being deeply grateful Abl addresses and aermo n were deliver i- at i the several aeHBiune which were presided over by Bishop Candler one of soothlThappvlntmente1 i The entile field covered IJtlJIj M E church Sooth WHI sIeu to oe in excellent condition by t tstical report which wax read U nv iange were made in the ap- pt ur iit nH which tot the Owensborc an i iwetbtowDi districts were as t twII lfiN8BOBO DISTRICT iin Vv LewiH Presiding Elder Ntii Memorial F M Thomas ltinstreetJI L Reid i Miport J W Lov- eItwevilleB F Luwhetn Hnsboro Circuit C F Hartford uttUville R B Hartford olpder SpringsJ F Baker SartfoldJ A Lewis Beaver DamR T HcGonnell Pleasant RidgeJ A Bennett Calboon B R Bennett Beech GroveA E Barrett South Carrolton W It Wagner Li ret root e C P WiIIl- aRomtll D Ryan Cloverpoit B M Currlt- YelrhigtoBD F Walton Woodltwd and Breckenridge W P Jordan Central CityToL Crawlell- ELIIALHtTUTOVN DISTRICT P 0 Duvall Presiding Eldrt- Eliiabethtown J H Early Blianbethtown DistriatB M Do Witt Hantinfcbarga R King llodgunvllli and tiuthdoF C Lewis Yule Gruwj B A Oniadon- Uiiinaenbnrg A J litHnett I Eli SpringL M Baa H- JrriOKtun R H Iris Palh of Rongii R R Roberts s t p H Davis at I I A Hunter iiiEt E Pats ronui F Cvmiiff i i IiTo be mjipiidl- I MI f f1 U PbteiH- I t ti Uhfleld J Q Kwrti o- tvt i tB F Wilson Uig Carty MieeionR C BoKar- dHtepheasportB i M Gibbons Student to Vanderbilt Uoirvrsitj M L Dyer AH oresiding elder of the Owen boto district Rev Lewis HnocuetlK Ro1- I UUNbirlr whose time limit had ex pired sad who IMH been transferred to tin pastorate ot the Metnodiut church at Henderson Regarding Rev Rneiiings appoititiuent the Heml r sun Gleaner ays The Rev J T Rushing has been assigned to the pus tonite of the Methodist church of this city bad the assignment uieoLs with perfect satietnotlon among the mem bers of thanrchurch Ee was presiding eldet in the OwctiHboro district for four years last pat and was for some time pastor of the Meth dist church at Hopkhifivilli He is a rnmi of rare ability rind long experience The con grogation will gladly welcome him as their pastor Lewis From Tennessee Conference Rev Lewis ifi transferred trove the Tennessee itonferonce to the Louisville conference Tie illi a minister of recog sized ability in the Louisville confer Bnct in which be has spont most of tho years of his ministry He will not bo able tt give up ids present ap pointment IH piesidinui elder of the Nashville district until after tho mooting of the Tennessee Conference which will be held shortly Ho has been in tho South for the past four years having first transferred to Mississippi Conference surd later to tho Tennessee Conference Ills return to Kentucky was anticipated Rev DuvaHis returned as presiding elder of the Blizahnthtown district and is gladly welcomed hack by the mem bers of the IQrdls and the citizens generally alp 0 AStgctable cpnralionror As similating ihcFooil anclRcU ula lug the Stomachs rtdBowels or INFANTS CHILDREN Promotes DigcslionCheerfur nessandilestConlainsneitherOpiunlNorpltine I SOT NARCOTIC liTJfoMJ2 ULLPllrlfl1 diary 14 Serif- AlxSmnn 11tltt cd4 Wwi IrnwlJlirucrri o IllnyrJrl lifHJ n- JIWn Apcrfecl Itamedy forConsuw non Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss or SLEEP Facsimile Signature or XEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER n Rev King Uoee to Bardstown Rev B M Carrie who nee been pastor of Mainstmt Mctnodist chnrcb Uweimboro for three years succeeds Rev P L King who goes to Bardstown and Samuels J L Reid formerly of Livermore suc ceeds Rev Corn at Owenabmo Settle Memorial Woodlawn cad Bnck enrage and Sulphur Springs are tbe only churches in tbe Ow nsburo die triot whose pastors are not changed As all the chnrchee in the district except Clorerport are not in this coun ty the names of the ministers succeed ed are not given here He it is not ifteiued ot special interest to our readers Changes in Elizabethtown District There are no change in the ap pointments to Hardinsbui Big Spring West Point and Stephensport In the Elizabethtown district Rev Bennett who is from Yelvio ttn sncII needs at Brandenburg Rev T L Re1BI Rev Pangburn hen transferred toII the West Virginia conference Rev Pate succeeds ut McDanielH Rev R 3 Hartford who irocs to Fordarille Rev dynes Now Presiding Elder The liretkcnridge county minister to reJtiite the highest promotion is Rev W A Eye es who is sncweded it Itviagtoa by Rev R H Roe who is transferred from Calhoon Rev Hynes wee uppoiuted presiding f Ider of tin Columbia district whiten niiraces twenty sharp es Rev liynes friends in the county will be glad to Iriru of his appointment Kentucky Conference The Kentucky conferenci ot the Meth xlixt Episcopal1 church mist at Lexington Rev J D Valah of Louisville was returned as the pniad ing elder ot the Louivsille dibtrictRev small Kline succeeds ut Hardins burg R v W H Culvert who goes too No rtiK Ohio county Rev Kiln CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use i For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA THIOCNTJtun AOMPANV NEW VO5R CfTV Is Irom Piueville mud Middllcsboro Sample will be supplied as formerly Full ot Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J H Siuimous of Casey In Think what might June resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried cverythiu but nothing would relieve it until I took Or Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and per manently cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneumon ia At Short C Haynes druggists guaranteed fiUo and 100 Trial Ivt tie fret The Must Important Matter Washington Oct 5 President Roosevelt has said to a number of con gressmen who have discussed the mat ter with him that he regards railroad rate legislation as the most important now before the people- Consumplhcs Made Comfortable bJ11ollhold out false hopes to consumptives uy claiming that it will cure this dread disease in the advanced stages hut if tub lungs are not too tar gone Poleys Honey zinc Tar will effect a cure as it stops the racking cough and soothes tbe intiatnincd air passages giving them a chance to heal and even in the advanced stages it always gives comfort cud relief A A Her ren of Pinch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar is the best prepara tion for coughs anti lung tionble 1 Know that it hue cured consumption in the fret stage Sold by A R Fishier Meets at Central City Next The Louisville lonference of the M lE church South will be held at Cen tral City In 11100 THE CAMPUS TOGS swagger stylish clothes for particular Young Men are just the clothes you want Theyarc worn all the large 1with1 snappyaccurate r Our extensive assortment includes v all the most effective and pleas I ing patterns and designs many of the fabrics are exclusive styles shown only at our store Just drop in and let us try a CAMPUS TOGS Suit or Overcoat on you youll be surprisedand pleased to see how stunning you look in these fashionable graceful clothes Our prices are within reach of all I Copyright 190506 1000 to 2250Chasby Bros Chicago F FRAIZE TilE NEWS IN MEADE COUNTY Bad Blaze at BrandenburgLocn Option ElectlonPrlze Corn Meade County Messenger One of the most dnmiigtng fires which huts visited Brandenburg in ninny years occurred here Tuesday morning when the large brick storehouse belonging ti Ed Yeakel S Co was completely gutted by fire and their JflOOO Flock of goods comparatively destroyed by fire and water The true origin of the fire may neve be known as Mr Ycukel was in Louisville at the time acd his wife and family were spending the night with her lathe T It Howard but it is general ly believed to have started in one of the rear rooms on the second floor but from what causo is not known It has not been determined yet how the damaged stock of goods will be du posed of as it will be several days be tore the underwriters make their re port but it isi presumed that Yeakel ee Co will repair their store put in a new tock and continue in business The stock was valued at SJiiOOo 01 which there was JltiOd and 1000 Oil he store and fixtures- A petition calling H localI option elec troll in Brandenburg was filed Saturday vith County Court Clerk W n Ash ottft Judge lagan stt Saturday De oember SO UHV iw the day ou which tin lection will be held The last election acid here was set aside on tecbnicsii iet in calling the election The drys AOII the election by three votes The struggle promises to be as hotly contest ed as before and Brandenburg will lIoe mything but dull while the contest is on The alfalfa and corn special which i stopped at Kkron Saturday had sonic flue specimens of corn and yet Neade county oatiie td the front when D S Childa took an ear of corn on board the train that measured nearly fourteen inches mid wan larger than any they had Candler Criticises Methodists Bishop Candler who presided at the Louisville Conference at Leituulield sharply criticized the Koutnctcy Methodists for the giunllneas of their contii butlots to missions contrasting thom with the Methodists of Southern Jeo jgm where the land is poor ana the pea pie likewise The Methodists of this Con ference luul averaged fur the year four teen cents aplecw for foreign missions Tobacco Growers Active UpioUnte Farming olllrial organ of the American Society of Equity says that Kentucky tobacco growers are more active than ever notwith standing the prophesies that the organization would amount to nothing HOWES 1 gIcQ SUlSSEsn TOniCOID GLASSES aro spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar man nero so as to give a much larger clearer field ol vision than any other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can tic op predated only ty those who have tried them They arewlthnut question the most scientifi cally constructed glasses thathavo ever been made and when made Into BIFOCALS nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined can be worn with as much comfort as single lens glasses This cannot truthfully be said GlassesIare only sold by by them and their authorized agents under a positive guarantee that If they do not give satisfaction in every way they may be returned and the money paid for them will be refunded If you have any trouble with your eyes or II glasses have not given you perfect com Jour and satisfaction In every way write to us GLASSESmentloningthis IT1 Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY n nnt TO DRESSY YOUNG MAN r extensively Outfitters for Men Women and Children bV9 Tined Netvous Mothers i MaKe Unhappy HomesTheir Condition Irritates Both Husband and ChildrenHow Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong and Well I IIA1r CJ esterCurry 0 Mrs Was ftgrown I IIj A nervous irritable mother often on the verge of hysterics is unfit to care for children it ruins a childs disposi tion and reacts upon herself lime trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother line sonic female weak noss and she is entirely unfit to bear tho strain upon hernerves that govern lag children involves it is impossiblo for her to do anything calmly The ills of women act like a firebrand upon the nerves consequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration nor Vous despondency the blues sleep leeriness and nervous irritability of women arise from some derangement of the female organism Do you experience fits of depression with restlessness alternating with extreme irritability Are your spirits easily affected so that one minute you laugh and the next miuute you feel like crying Do you feel something like a ball ris ing in your throat aud threatening to choke you nil the senses perverted morbidly sensitive to light and sound pain in the ovaries mutt especially between the shoulders bearing down pains nervous dyspepsia and almost continually cross mill snappy If so your nerves are in a shattered condition and you are threatened with nervous prostration Proof is monumental that nothing in the world is better for nervous prostra tion than Lydia K Pinkhams Vege table Compound thousands and thou sands of women testify to this feet 20 The District will and SlSupt Pile the is tho program Ky Oct olHce robbed by last night the safe Tho and Mrs Chester Curry Lender the Ladies Symphony Orchestra 12 Sara toga Street East Boston Muss writes Dear 3ira Finkham For eight years troubled wither tremojiervousiiessniiil brought on by I could neither enjoy life sloop nights I very irritable nervous ami despondent Lydia K Pinkbams Vegetable Compound and proved bo the only remedy that helped mo I havo dally improved health until strong and well amid has disnp peaml Mrs P Brown ViocProsi dent the Mothers Club Cedar Terrace Hot Springs Ark writes Dear Mrs through nine years of miserable existence worn with pain and nervousness until it seemed us though should fly then noti statement of woman trou bled as and tho results she derived from Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound decided to try it I did MJ and tbe end three months different woman My nervousness gone no longer irritable and my husband in lovo with me over again Women should remember that Lydia 13 Pinkhams is the medicine that holds tho record for the greatest number actual cures female ills and take substitute Free Advice Women Mrs Pinlchani Lynn Mass invites nil sick to to her foradvico Mrs Pinkhams vast with female troubles enables her tell you is best you and she will charge you nothing for her advice Ask Mrs Pinkhams A Woman Best Understands a Womans Ills VT lVtW YUV A IITFTF EQUITABLE LIFE In Its Aid To Beneficiaries The Equitable pays its policies more promptly than any other company usually within twentyfour DEATH CLAIMS PAID IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA layInIn 1002 08 per cent within one day dayInJulyI 1005 OS per cent within one day CLAIMS PAID 213 997365 PAID WITHIN ONE DAY 209 985565 THERE WERE ONLY FOUR CLAIMS THAT DAYiWhere claims are not paid immedi onImitting 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 PAIDI- n 1900348164100-ht 1001 374252000 In 1002 447792400- In 1903 508220600 In 1904 600190300 FIRST IN FINANCIAL STRENGTH Assets 41395302100 Liabilities 33315875200 Surplus S 8079426000 of Assets Liabilities 12425 per cent HENRY Jr POWELL Manager for Kentucky Equitable Building Louisville Ky For full particulars as to new policies R T POLK our repro sentative CLOVERPORT local representative anywhere F C D E A Oct and 21 Fourth Congressional Educational Association meet at Loitchfiold October 20 of Breckenridge county schools on to discuss County Board vs Present Trustee System Owenaboro OThe post at 1 hitesvillo was burglars being blown with dynamite thieves teonred 120 inmoney about 100 in stamps I R 1 of I was hysteria irregularities nor was was recommended to in I arm now all nervousness Charles of 21 Iinkliam I dragged out I I vd a n I was wonderful K I at of I was a was all I was fell all Vegetable Compound of of no to women write experience to just what for Advice lito hours Ratio to see at our Breckenridge Tobacco Sales Farmers Home Journal Farmers House Eight hhds Breck enridge dark tobacco 495 to 0 State House Five hhds Breckenridge light 820 to 1- tI5CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thoYISignaturo of CL Ir iS i I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUTOUEIl It 100 SAYS LIFE IS THREATENED Trainmaster Stites Swears Out War rant For Discharged Employe Louisville Times Suinunl1 Stites muster of trains for the Louisville Henderson and St Ioui railway swore out a warrant aganstIJoseph Muir a former employe company charging him with disorder conduct Muir lives at Thirteenth and Kentucky streets- Attorney Aaron Kohn who accompanied Stiles to tits Clerks office said We simply want this mail put under bond to Keep the peace The circumstances are almost identical with those surrounding the Leeds case Mutr was discharged two years ago and accuse Stites of securing his dismissal lit has repeatedly threatened to kill Stites and only yesterday sent him word that be would kill him unless Stites secured another position for hint with the com pan A new Idea in a Cough Syrup is ad- vancedI in Kennedys Laxative Honey I nit Tar Besides containing Pine Tar Honey and other vanable remedies iit is rendered Laxative so that its use insures a prompt and efficient evacu ation of the bowels It relaxes the nervous system and cures nil coughs colds croup etc A red clover blossom and the honey bee is on every bottle of the Original Laxative Dough Syrup Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Sold by All Druggists Prosperous Stage in State The thirteenth annual convention of the Kentucky Hankers Association which came to a close yesterday lifter noon after a twodays session was one of the most iinteresting and event ful meetings in the history of the or ganization From point of attendance it excelled all previous meetings and naturally the enthusiasm manifested among the delegates was great in pro portion Business above eveiy thing else char acterized the last session of the conven tion An interesting novelty was intro duced in calling on bankers from each congressional district to make a response as to the business conditions now prevailing in their particular sections These responses were putely unusualMerestwas given of the prosperous stage that Kentucky now seems to be passing through Fridays CourierJournal Insomnia and Indigestion Cured ILast year I had a very severe at tack ot indigestion I could not sleep at nignt and suffered most excruCIat- Ing pains for throe hours after each meal I was troubfed this way for about three months when I uswl Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets and received immediate re lief says John Dixon Tnllamore Ontario Canada For sale by Short Haynes The Thomas Enters New Trade i wasitrade up until about a month ago entered the Evansville and Cannelton trade last Wednesday She has been on the docks for several weeks and has been newly equipped and furnished and otherwise put in good condition This run is a new field for the L and E line but they think there is no doubt trade is sufficient to justify it The Thomas is commanded by Capt Ben Anderson I housauds Rave Kidney Troublo and Dont Know it now To lUnd Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand sent asedlmetllng Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen It IsI evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to it or pain In the back Iit also vlnclng proof that the kidneys and blad are out of leon orderWhat to Do isI comfort In tlie knowledge so oft expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing It or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day andto get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Root Iis soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases k If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists ln50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this that discovery tells lIonderful It both free by mall pass Address Dr Kilmer norjof Swam Root Co BInghamton N Y When writing men Non reading this generous offer in this paper thehfhonevery nottlo w t r i J Obituary- UnrliursdayI evening September 28 1005 at 7 oclock the death angell visit ed the home of Mr and Mrs C A Tiniua near Stephensport and took the light and happiness from ttheir home Herman the only child He was in bright awl handsome boy age seven years and eighteen days upon whom the love of devoted parents and many friends had been bestowed He was ill of typhoid fever for four weeks mid parents friends and physicians worker andwAtched faithfully for some hope of bis recovery but Cod wanted so bright alife to come up higher and add to the I glory of heaven Words will fail to console 1 the hearts of those who mourn for dear Herman and it was lard to give himI uo when parents cherished such brightiI hopes for his future sad loved him so but Cod loved hunt wore sad wanted him and He alone can comfort the be reaveJIOn July 11 110J1 a younger child wasJJ taken from them and now there is no childish voice to cheer this howe The bereaved have the sympathy ofII their many frienlIsIThe remains of little Herman Tiniua were laid to rest on Friday afternoon in 1 the Tinias family burying ground beside his grandfather who died about four months ago The funeral service was conducted by Rev E B English Weep not dear parents as those who nave no hope Herman has gone roUll you but you can see him againtDee Ijashnm Surveyors Reach Leavenworth The U S Engineering Corps boat is 1 lying at this place There are 38 men i engaged in surveying the river in regard to putting in locks and dams sof there will be a nine foot stage all the time Leavenwotth item in English llnd News I Rushville Ind Messrs Ely Bros I have been a great suiferer from catarrh and hny fever and tried many things but found n permanent relief until II I Found it in Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends over since Rev R M BentleytMessrs Ely Bros Find enclosed I 50 cents for whicn please send meI your Cream Balm I thud your remedy the quickest and most permanent cure I v cold in the head eatarnII etc Yours truly Dell M PotterII Gen Mgr Arizona Gold Mining Co I VICTORY IN TIlE LEGISLATURE And Republican Successo to Black burn Thought PossibleII Fridays Louisville Herald J Believing that tneie is an excellent fiance to send a Republican to the J United States Senate to succeed the lion J C S Blackburn the Repnb lean State Central Committee at a meeting hold yesterday took the bull by the horns and will insist that the Republican county organizations nominate candidates for Representative and Senator in every district in the State where there is the slightest inance for Republican success This action was taken as the result of an article wihoh appeared in The Herald on last Sunday in which it was pointed out that many of the county organizations were inactive in ninny iloso counties and in some instances Ie counties wh ere the Republicans are 10 the majority no nominations vero made in the legislative races The committee decided to mike a horough investigation ol conditions in close counties where no nomina ions have been made as it has been rumored about the Stated j that many Republican leaders have made deals with the Democratic organization vhereny certain candidates for Sen itor and Representative known to bo avorablu to the interests of a certain Democratic candidate for the United States Senate have bean left without pposition When ube question was brought up very member of thO committee agreed that I t should be given dun consider tiou They nil expressed themselves as believing that a Republican victory ould be won next November if the party in the State would make the tight The many dissensions in the Jomocratic ranits over tho Senatorial ontest and the bitter tight being raged by the several factions in the arty bave caused tho Republican adore to believe that a Republican enator will bo elected Big Corn Crop Assured A Washington dispatch says An xceptioually largeaud line yield of corn is now assured over much ot the corn belt Only a very small part of thl crop in tho north central portion ititnated at from 2 to l5 per cent Ot- thp total remains exposed to injury rom frost and this is maturing rapidly The crop In Missouri was extensively blown down but notwith landing this and the damage by September loose the yield in that Htate will be heavy SIMPLE REMEDYFOR CATARRI Just Breathe Hyomel Four Times a Day and Be Cured It a few yours ago some one hud said you can cure catarrh by hruathiii air charged with n healing balsam the idea would have been ridiculed and it remained for that eminon investigator R T Booth to discover in Hyomei this method of cure Hyoinei bas performed u linos miraculous cures of catarrh unIt IS today recognized by leading meniunr of the medical protession as the ouly advertised remedy that can be relioc upon to do just whet it claims the complete outfit of Hyomei costs 100 and consists of an inhaler a inedi chIC dropper and n both of Hyomei Breathe Hyomei through the inhaler for a few micutes four times n day and it will euro the worst caso oi catarrh It soothes and heals the mucous membrane of the air passages prevents irritation and effects a com plate and lusting cure In Cloverport thero are scores ol well known people who have been cured of catarrh by Hyoinei If il does not cure you Short Haynes will return the money you pay for Hyomei This is the strongest evidence that be offered as to their faith in the remedy After Diamonds in Kentucky Pennsylvania and other Eastern capitalists have purchased J2000 acres of laud in Elliott county mountains cover ing territory that will be developed by a South African diamond company headed by David Draper of Johannesburg A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ProtrudingPllosOINTMKNT fulls to Guru any case no nrvtter of how lung standing In it to 11 rlnve flrat yourdruggistwill lw forwarded postpaid by Purls Medl clno Co St Louis Mo Interesting Insurance lRevelations New York Oct LThe most inter esting revelations yet brought out in regard to the way the money of policy holders ins been spent by the big companies was in the testimony of President McCall of tho New York Life who admitted that his company has spent immense sums in supervis lag leigslation in tho various states President McCall made the accnsa tion that threefourths ot the insur ance bills introduced in the legislatur es 1are blackmailing schemes This implies that the company paid to have thou defeated The amount involved in theso trans actions with legislative bodies is placed at over a million dollars President McCull defended these large expenditures on the ground that the New York Life is badgered and hounded by blocKoiailers in every state Hr denied the New York Lifo was in a uool with the Mutual and the Equitable but declared it acted alone FINISHED TOUR ON WEDNESDAY Alfalfa and Corn Specials Trip Expressions By Experts 1 The Alfalfa and Corn Special pass ed over the Henderson Route last Wed nesday afternoon after completing itsI ninedays lour of thefiState The last stop of the itinerary was made at Cory don about noon and from there the I train proceeded to Hinderfon going- troni that city to Louisville withou- further stops It is estimated that the lecturers addressed fully 10000 people the interest continuing to the last stop Joseph K Wingof Mechaiiicsburg the alfalfa expert who lectured on the trip said on the train reaching Louis ville that he was thoroughly satisfied with the results of the project and pre dicted that much good wouldresult The Kentucky farmer have been put to thinking he saidand I believe there is a new era dawning in the State Kentucky has as good soil as you will find anywhere and all the farmers need is to be aroused to the point of adopting proper methods ot cultiva tion I like to talk to Kentucky audien ces and on this trip I have met some of the best farmers I lave met anywhere nut they need to cultivate a love for the soil and to plant crops that add humus and fertility to their lund Hubert Vreeland State commissioner of agriculture who was in charge of the Special in speaking of the success of its trip said Kor an innovation I regard the suc cess of the Special as almost phenome nal The farmers were deeply interested at every point and during the whole trip there was not an unfavorable ex pression heard A large number of farmers expressed themselves as be lieving that the Special will accomplish more practical good than any step that has been taken along agricultural lines in the State t A Prominent Trainman The many friends of G H Hansan Engineer L E W R K at present living in Luna O will be pleased to know of his recovery from threatened kidney disease He says I was cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure which I recommend to all especially to trainmen who are usually similarly afflicted dod by A R Fisher Eugene Gillilands Good Position j I Eugene Gilliland a Breckenridge county boy has accepted the position of director of manual training in the city schools of Nashville Teun Mr Mi land is one of the best young men the county has ever produced and his man friends will be glad to learn of his latest advancement in his chosen profession lie went to Nashville from Norwood O To draw the faro out of a burn lira 1I a cut without leaving a scar or tto euro boils sores tetter eczema andjjj all skin and scalp diseases uso j Witts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine Soldby All Druggists =l t = A DAILY PAPER FREE Well not exactly free but the next thing to it What do you think of this offer The Breckenridge News and the- CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW For only 150 A Year This offer is open for a limited time onlyTe cant tell how long we shall have an opportunity to give you such a bar gain so come early Pay up your arrearages 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who pay a year in advance and nil old sub scribers who pay arrearages and a year in advance can get tho REVIEW for only 50 cents additional Dont wait now is the time to get a Good Daily Newspaper for the smallest price ever offered SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY = I Ayer Pills EabeautifulI rl rf witIJ r j1f f j THE ttt SuccesstlIra i SOUTHWESTr JIJIIJ RlInUnni1I i ARKANSAS Th AnilRenters mine of tin must nMnnn fl ijn rlu I Min truly omHrt of the total arreaK IIW mind r IultlvillniiI Tliousiml of frre I ill r 1111 of liiilinprovfMl farm for vale at rldleuoiisly low prlii Tho Widest Open Door of Thom All INDIAN TFRRfTORVs oon to Iw entirely the white man 011 II try to have and to hold KIDI In coal rich 111 oil rich In Umber rich In siilu hinij in AnxTlcu Ixjlter worth Raving und holdi- ngOKLAHOMATho What Next Territory Nearly n linlfralN acres more to ho 0ontli this year Only u lease this time but a lease In the Southwest Is a foot hold for Illnstrutod literature und information regarding low rates Southwest In illCt the 1st rued 3rd of each month I R 100Figacre You would do OnIfyou can buy the 100 land for 10 some where else the proposition iit just as good FarmsYoucan buy it in the Southwest Why you do you wish to snow wore It write for copies our Texas and Oklahoma hooks They are tree IA HILTON Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Sf Louis Mo DR MOFFETTS lTrrTWI NGHpOWDERSi Oaly 25c at Druggists or 25c to C M D St Louis Mother Hesitate but save the and your child as have by giving these IoITEETHINA Is easily and counteracts and the of teething SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST AND FASTEST From LEXINGTON AND LOUISVILLE To ST LOUIS AND THE WEST Two Trains Daily as Follows Leave Lexington 610 am Louisville 100 ani Arrive StIouis eat pm vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Pallor Car Meals la Through without change 53 p 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 739I- I Carrying fret reclining chair cars and Pullman through without change Reserve Sleeping Cur at 111 Rant Main street Lexiigtou Ky 234 Fourth Avenue LouisvillrKy or Union Depots 5600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry WHtterionc paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with UB It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presentarangiaj from 100 to 20 amounting to i6OO in nil There will he four general presents of lOn 50 30 anti 20 and sixteen pre sents of i0 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan fair Vaup simple Write to the CourierJournal Louisville Ky for copy of the weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get of your biliousness Sold JCAyerCoi hoiiuwteacK Tuesdays Full information on request jEO II LEE G P II McGUIRE V P4 little Rock Ark Cincinnati O an it shouldnt it 7 It of General t Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtgc Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strengthens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY11 r mail J MOFFETT no longer health thousands done given quickly comes effects the summers heat upon LINES Carrying a canal Leave Lexington in Louisville m sleeper berths subscribers is Company a rid Stato Wrltr A about Jtny f LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Routef On lirst niul third Tuesdays of each mouth round trip tickets will be sold to points in tJouth east Missouri Arkansas Louisi nun hunt Texas at rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 211 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains loiivo St Louis morning and evening inn king connection with All linos Bud curry sleepers chair sax and parlor cafe cars I j Write in for literature describ ing the chewy lands along the Cot ton Belt Haute for maps time table and informefto about ratM etc LOSCHABF RTPAC- otton Cilt Route Cincinnati 0 It N Miller Has Good Practice Regarding RN Millerformer coat attorney of lireckenridge county Jut Thursdays ouisvi11e Herald had the following K N Miller who in order to evade arreat for alleged complicity in the Goebel murder caaefled with GOT Taylor auri State Auditor Finley to Indian and located in Indianapolis where lie hu been engaged in the practice of law was in New Albany yesterday er route to visit his relatives in Floyd county Mr Miller isi a native of Floyd county Since be located in Indiana polis be has been successful iu his pro fuMiou and has built up quite a good practice kt k OASTOaXA nth Be Kind You Hate Always Bought slgaaturet oftr 1 I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors n Issued Every Wednesday = u Subscription Price 100 n your or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 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 = = = = PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1905 THOUGHTS Buying possessing accumulating this is not worldliness Rut doing this in the love of it with no love of God paramount doing it so that no thoughts of eternity and God are an intrusion doing it so that ones spirit is secularized in the process this is worldliness Herrick Johnson Tun New York Sun says it is a wise child that knows its fathers salary CHAS OKUIIY has added to his herd of sheep an imported Shrop shire Down buck a yearling for which he paid 100 This buck took tho first premium at the Indiana state fair and second premium at the IKentucky state fair lie is a nice animal thoroughbred and registered and is a credit to Mr Dm ry salready good herd and to his enterprise ItS a breeder ANIWKW DitisKKiis record as a taut a citizen an educator and as an ollicer when investigated by all fairminded people will be found to equal that of any man who has ever held ollico in this county Me brought snore life and Mithusiasm into the oilice of School Superintendent while he held it than any of his predecessors HeI was not a hidebound partisan either lie treated all men alike and gave them t square deal whether of his political faith or not lie will do the time thing again if lectRdIDAVE HKNKY made another recordbreaking sale last week in dis reing of the effects of the late W II Cnin Sr EveryI article including the household furniture farming implements and stork brougbt good prices Eighteen head ofsheep sold for 13450 being the best price yet obtained for sheep Farmers ought to make a note of this and raise more sheep whey always bring good prices es pocially when you have a nice smooth lot like those of Mr Cains John Trent of Custer was the purchaser Tins thing of buying votes must bo stopped or republican govern mont cannot be maintained This thing of going out into the open and purchasing votes like you would hogs and cattle is a fearful thing There are no words fitting to describe the awful consequences which may follow if it is permitted to go on It cannot be excused on any grounds Xo matter what the other fellow does there is no use in following in his wake IIf a man has no higher merit for oilice than his ability to buy votes und blackmail his opponent the sooner ho is sat upon the better it will be for our free institutions The dis graceful scenes of last week where men came right out jiltthe open and olicred anywhere from i5 to S W for a mans certificate is carry ing the thing Ia little too far It is dcmoralixing degrading and despotic and ought not to be permitted in anv decent community Grant Brasliear Contributed Dr lainH E Grunt and Miss Sm H Brafihtmr of Louisville were war rie l Tuesday Seuteuiber 211 at Trinity Methodist church Louisville Iny the pastor Dr Ogdon Tht hride was attired in iiiiandsoim gray traveling suit and curried bndef roses Alias Braahear in the youngest rhik of James C Brashear deceased of Stephonsport and Mrs Bettio H Braahoor Besides boing beautiful Miss Bra shear IS H highly cultivated hriitiai girlDr Grant who has always lived in Louisville graduated lust May front the Louisville College of Dentistry and is ont of the rising young inon of the oity Immediately alter time ceremony Dr and Mrs irunt aft foi a short bridal trip east On their rattan they will be at home nt Ul West Chest nut atreft Louisville The Original Foley Co Chicago originated ElOiwjr and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on auoount of the great merit met popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar ninny imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Hon ey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the sumo satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate per sous Sold by A H Fisher Barn Burns Near Town A barn containing a lot of hay and some farming implements and a corn crib on the farm of A B kill 11m n just east of town were hunted early Sunday morning Sparks from u freight tram caused the lire it is sup posed The loss was about X100 orfriOO with no insurance 1 HAS STOOD ritE TEST 25 YEARS The old original OUOVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure MO pay SOc Milton Board in New Bank Milton Board formerly of this county is one of the incorporators of a savings bank just organized at Hopkinsville Makes Good Impression Rev B JL Currie arrived Saturday afternoon from Owensboro to assume the pastorate of the Methodist church to wnich he was assigned by the con fcreHe at LeitcnfSfd to succeed Rev P L King He preached at the Methodist chinch Sunday morning awl evening and made a good impression His excellent work as pastor of Main street Methodist church at Owensboro for the past three years is known to tne members of the church here vno requested the conference that ho be transferred to Cloverport and who are congratulating themselves mi seeming him is their pastor I NOW HENDERSON ROUTE TRAIN i To Be IRun to St LouisC and O to Turn Business This Way Louisville Oct 7 Additional evi dunce of the effort of the L and N to lIcIJDh ate Louisvilles passenger business at thu Tonthstveet station is shown in thu preparation of the C and O officials to enter that station early in next year Although no defi nite announcement of the intention of the C and 0 has yet been made it is understood among railroad men that the line will withdraw its passenger terminals from the Seventhstreet station as soon as the new L H and St J connections between Wast Point and Louisville are complete By rntans of the 14H anti St L all I and O eastern traflic will bo handled to St Louis and the L und N will after this fashion control the C and 0 traffic from Lexington to all Wes tern states Consolidation of the business of the three lines will 1Da effected systo miaucally The C and O now reaches to Louisville from Lexington ovei the u and N tracks At East Louisville however it branches off and instead ot running into the Tenth street terminal runs into tho Seventhstreet station which is owned by opposition lines to the L and N Here all connections with western lines are made and the L and N loses the business it could secure if It controll ed a direct line to St Lcuis With new tracks from West Point to Louisville however tile L H and St L will reach Louisville without any arrangements with the Illinois Cen tralSuch changes in the terminals of the three lines will work a vast difference in the operation of trans between Louisville and St Louis In connection with the L and N the Henderson Route now runs one train to and from St Louis daily With the acquisition of tho O and O trade however it will Iw necessary to increase this service to accommodate the new traffic Rumor has it that the C and 0 will run n train through to St Louis over the Henderson finite tracks but this is discredited as the distance is said to bo too great to operate a train over a leased track The Henderson Route in conjunction with the L and N will put un at least one additional train to St Lotus each day and In this way tho bust ness between Louisville and Kentucky towns along the Ohio river will bi bettered Dont Borrow Trouble It is a bad habit to borrow any thing but tho worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouole When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the piiius and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Brights disease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symp toms but fly for relipf to Electric Bit tern Here yon will flnil sure and per rnitnent forgetfulness of all your troubles Had your body will not tx burden ed uy u load of debt diseaa0 At Short al Haynes drug store Price SOc Gnat anteod Another Bootlegger Captured Deputy United Statse Marshal C T Nichols captured James Scroling seven miles northof Loitchfiold on Saturday afterncon He is charged with selling liquor without a license The arrest was mule not Jar from the Brecken ridge county line Presidential Election will make no change No mutter which candidate is elected Foleys Honey land Tar will re main tile peoples favorite remedy for ooughe colds and iincipient consumption It cures colds quickly and pre vents pneumonia Ar Nusbaum Batesville Ind writes I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared me some medi tine and a physician prescribed for mo yet I did not improve I then tried Foleya Honey and Tar old eight doses cured me Sold by A R Fisher Teachers to Get First Money Franlfott Ky Oct 0 Preparations are being made in the Department ot Public lusts uctwn to sent out the first installment of school money to tho teachers of the State Tne cheeks will co out from tne treasury early next week so that tIm teachers can lw paid in thef counties on the Saturday follow ing THE REAL QUESTION Tho real question of disease Is dm L bicureil If you or unyono scar to you Is losing strength flesh energy and vitality if you are wise trylug byItto draw tin Ilno where debility and weakness merge Into consumption Your troublo may not be consumption today but you dont know what It to morrow hundreds of people have been restored to robust health by Dr Pierces marvolollst 1 c I pond nope Woro they in consumption body can ImmvThit1I1t Is worehopelesslyDiscoveryI atSi1Intorcstluclttpii thot1mehoJDedmesobMyh sumptionno himIthelpmePlercosOoldentaken ono bottle thin cough was stopped and YourmedicineWrite to Dr R V Pierce Ho will sond proflsslonalndlceInfree Ills nearly 40 years experience as chief consulting Physician of tho In i madahimdiseasesConstipation t03 thoroughlycured III It I ale Nasal CATARRH In all Its stages Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It curve catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream IJnliii Is placed into the nostrils spreads over the nicuilirano and le absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and i cure follows It Is not drying doei not produce cneetlng Large Size 50 cents at Drug gist or by mail Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 6C Warren Street vr York For Homeseekers Cheapest rates etless than ono way fart for tho round trip to points in the faonthwest Uo via Memphis or Uairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct U and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Dec fi and HI Finest time to visit tho 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 DW LaBEAUME GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route At the News Office p plentil Boxes torkrrIllltll i 5e Taliluts forII v Pencils for f II IPen lliihlirs JI i forii 44Slate lentils for I IIMIS for 11 =i Call and see the Ic counter t tatthe News Office 1 + I 11IPaper Doll Books 5c and lOc ki f I At the News Office i no A cOOaacroaaxflota tr0a e O N- g Does a sayingof 15 to 25c S n per pair O- nSHOESi fII inI0Ii o I know we can slut you g much Let us prove it S you c tl1l1tII I Large only Fire Shovels 5cs Y t to lOcperg = iniiI IVcan save you 150 iiIAir Tight Heater Made IIsnt that some inducement I to pay Cash = = c POPHAMBROSCLOVERPORT S s N NsN sme BEWLEYVILLE Dr Walker will be at Bewloyville October 18 and 10 to do dental wont Rev and Mrs S U Shelley nfl visiting their sister Mrs Hettie Me CansMrs W C Jolly and son T J lr spent sveeral days in Parkland last week 0 H Drury and daughter Miss Alberta visited Iriends In Meadn county Sunday Mrs Lee Campbell and son of Louisville ale in the neighborhood visIting friends Mrs Hettio Medina has been quite sick at tho home of her sister Mrs Alonzo Bennett Mr and Mrs Moses Bennett and laugdter Sadie visited Mr and Mrs Alonzo Bennett Saturday There cameI on October II a little laughter to Mr and Mrs Chas Gross Her name is Ruth Orendorf E P Hardaway sold last week to D C Moorman of Glondeane five choice Uuroc Jerseys for breeders R J Ctfin exchanged with Matt W Moseley Bell Buckle Tenn ton Rhode Island red pullets for a pair of Duroo Jersey pigs Quite a number of our people at tended childrens day services at Rosetta on Sunday The children dR ported themselves ndmiraby and the exercises wore conducted in perfect order A sumptuous dinner was served and Kentucky hospitality was no wanting Mrs Henry Head Miss Bet tin Taylor and others deserve honor able mention Golden Rod I w a N 64 NN N N N 1 +N i i Notice to Tax Payers Z i i A I will be at the following places onii 1il ilI the following dates i If IRVINGTON OCTOBER 118 I o WEBSTER a a t19 I III I CLIFTON MILLS 20 1I = i LODIBURG 21 iiofi STEPHENSPORT 23oili Ii MOOLEYVILLE 25 IIIof+ to receive Your Taxes Zgl I A41Si + + + 1MI1fi1N4tIfAWldbt 11wMIWrl- wI s 125I I x S I TOsEvansville and Henderson I I 110 a T0 HtI OWENSBORO 1 And Return Via IIIIThe Henderson Route1f IISUNDAY OCTOBER 15 Speca1 Train leaves Cloverport 941 a m I For full information ask the Agentbs- A tn l1 w r r I 1 WIRE FENCING BUILDING MATERIAL 11I T4d- ust J J received car load of American Wire FenceJwhich we are ollering at lower prices than any of I our competitors Buying in car load lots hives us the advantage of the largest discount to the trade lull we propose to share this with our ClISjj tomers P We have on hand a lot of good secondhand wagons and buggies whichwe j jtt will trade for any kind of live stock x Buildinglfnteriul JJ- Our Prices Are The Lowest COWLEY SIMMONS 41 t I IRVINGTON KENTUCKY I L 1- r1 m Straight Goods I MILLINERYI I l IAND i m t FOR PI Fair Prices ti p f 11 Fall and Winter I illmit I t ill illIi J I Platt added to my stock m All the new styles K yofl Confectioneries and Staple tvand 1- m I best CJua liesmund Fancy Groceries u good HI t cl 1 inhneI I 1 I1 rr XourA i tions I sellno beverages of l eJ ft any kind and for this reason 1t q y i enter to the Ladles pat m m ronage especially I ReadytoWeardY t Hats r 1 Everything is new told U 1 Pattern Hats r m fresh and sold at the fairest y- II prices Come give me a call iJ1 so Hats to be j I k t trimmedat your re 1 11 r IIquestI W Billy Preston II m I == = p m W Miss NCIlidNear the itI 11 Str Depot I d iv j1 iq QUSTON KY 1 1 3= 9r 3 3 z r T3r r3i 3r ar 3I1 Subscribe for the News Subscribe for the News 4- cftkr1c x n Nl The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1005 j Advice to the Aged Ago brings Infirmities such as sluggish bowels weak kidneys and bladder and TORPID LIVER i 1i i Pillsistimulating tit o bowels causing them i to perform their natural functions as In youth and- IMPARTING VIGOR b to the kidneys bladder and LIVER 1 They are adapted to old and young Bead Moormans letter November Delineators on sale at News office 1 Pencil boxes for one cent NJWS i i officeNovember magazines at the News officeFive cent tablets for one centNews officeGo to Short Haynes for your gliues r photogarphsCottrell Oelze 4Fine1 Eugeno Haynes was at West Point SundayThe style grasses lilted at Short Haynes P R Duncan woe up from Owensloro SundayR Owen of Lewisport was here SundayFather C Breywas in Owensboro ThursdayJ Jr was in Louisville SaturdayProctor Keith is at Elizabtthtown this week Dr KL Newsom was in Lonisvlllo Friday and Saturday Fresh oysters propared in all styles at the English Kitchen September Delineators five cents at News office Read HDeH Moorman letter to tho voters on first pngp II Dell Moorman was dawn front Hardinaburg Satuiiiny Ed Morrison was the guest of friends at Cannelton last week Pipes pipes see onr line of beautiful pipesShort Hnynoa fi W Hamman was at Hawesville iattrday on a business trip T L Caleyof Hawesville was the J guest of M1 F Pophaiu Thursday Mrs1 T Daniels went to Owens born Monday to visit relatives Fresh oysters cooked to your taste or sold in bnlk at the English Kitchen f If your eyes trouble you go to1 Short Haynos and have them toted tree I veIMr nntl Mrs Jno Graham of Louisville have been visiting relatives For all kinds of shoes at lowest cash prices call at lon Slppels shoe store Douglas Rafferty was the guest of re latives in New Albany Saturday and SundayMiss Margaret Peuuer of Henderson is visiting friends and relatives here this week Mrs B M Currie and childlren will return this week from a visit at HendersonNever Fail oil cans 5 gallons 150 Best on the market OConnell Co down town Misses Kva and Eliza May went to Owensboro Thursday to visit Mrs EH Briedenbach LXMrs Bettie Napperof Stepheusport was the guest of Mr ana Mrs G P Napper Sunday SCOTTS EMULSIONScotts means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of childrenyA 1 To the men Scotts Emul sibn gives the fleshand StI ngth so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emulsion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul sion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls for thin andsickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help Send forfreo sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 094J5 Pearl Street New York Soc and SIOO all druggists 1- If I 1 Mrs Thos Young of Morganfleld tins been visiting her daughter Mrs C H Skiiiman W F Hook of Hanllnsburg Democratic candidate for county clerk IBS here Thursday Mrs Eugene Haynes and Miss Ruth Haynes were the guests of relatives at Sample Sunday Ladies when out shopping call and wo the nice lino of nhoon nt Con Sippels shoe store Bev Dovrden of Brandenburg was the guest of his brother Darnell Dow den part of the past week Bishop Rice of Greenville was tli guest of his unit Mrs J A Barry I tram Thursday until Monday Shoes from 75u to 11 50 for men ladles and children Good manor OConnell Co down town Miss Pearl Jackson arrived Sunday from Brazil Ind to visit her nunt Irs V H Jacksoiiand other relatives Arthur Beard Ed Dillon and Mor ris and Franklin Kincheloo of liar dinsburg were nero Sunday Mrs W H Bowmer and Misses Marian Bowmer and Margaret Skill man went to Louisville Monday Mrs J G Harris was the guest o Mrs J B Randall in Louisville last week and attended the Horse Show Mrs Truman Adams and Miss May Beny returned Thursday from a visit to frieuds and relatives at Henderson Great assortment ot useful articles on our 5c and lOc counter It will pay to look at itOConnell Co down town We have tho argent and best selected line of pipes ovoY bIOngbt to this market Call and see them Short Haynes We have the latest improved instru ments and are qualified to fit your glasses properly Givo us a trial Short Haynes Mrs M K Cubbert of Louisvilleiiiul soil Mclvin Oabbert of Ios Angeles Cal were the guests of Mr and Mrs C H Lightfoot Saturday Jno D Gregory who runs the Cloverport Planing Mill has so many orders on tho file that he dont have time to smoke his Likers stogies Cottrell will he leaving Glovorport soon so dont delay bring tno ciuld ron on and have their pictures wade now Satisfaction gunianteod Cott rell Oelze building Mr and Mrs E G Wright of Morgantown and Mrs Mary OCon nell of near town were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jno OConnell last weekGus Shelluian county chairman o the Republican party and W S Hall Republican candidate for county clerk were down from HtCrdislmrg Friday and Saturday U O Willis returned home Friday from the extension of the Henderson Route between West Point stud Louis yule where he has been in charge of a grading crew Messrs G W Short and Chaa May wero at Hopkinsvillo last week attending tho State meeting of the Knights of Pythias as uelegats how the local lodge itIlLOCALr BRIEFS 1 I Mrs G W Short gave a gypsy party at Ogleabys spring wont of town Saturday afternoon for her little niece Christine Cottrell The evening of Sunday October iil has been Slit as the time for tho union meeting of the Baptist Young Peoples Union and the Epworth League which was announced last week The meeting will bo led by Lawrence Murray president of the Epworth League It will be held on invitation of the Baptist Young Peoples Union it At the regular business mooting of the Epworth League last week it was voted that in the futme part of the socials given by the League will be for the exclusive benefit of the mem hers and part will be open To the open social each member will have the ptivilege of inviting one or more triends The first open social will be given on the evening of October 17 in tho Sundayschool roosts at tho Methodist church A now feature of tho business meeting last week and also of the devotional meeting Sunday evening was music by the Epworth League orchestra which has been recently organized At the first meeting of the Ladies Reading Club for the year 10050 which was held at the homo of Mrs W H Bowmer last Thursday afternoon officers were elected us follows Mrs Fred Ferry president Mrs WicUiiffo DoHaven vicepresident Miss Elizabeth Skiiiman secretary Miss Lula Owon treasurer The club has a membeiship of twenty Mrs WicfcHffe DeHaven will Je tho hostess next Thursday afternoon I o E m IIDR R Representing P KEENE it ji I I TAYLOR K ENEJJ f I I DENTISTS 1 1OF OWENSBORO neelyWill he In Ur Ltghthwts oaf c Il week out oreaehmontii prgaired to welt on nil Vlshln u InglI Class lien 4 if 1 1 INDatei hilleblowing the largest bubble at the Larkin Soap social which will be given at Oelzes Hall on the remng of October M by the Presbyterian church wares for the older folk The teachers association of this district will meet at Hardins schcol house nxt Saturday The meting of this association at Hues Run lust year was the best in years and the meeting next Saturday will probably be as successful it The criminal docket in police court inffur ntbs an excellent evidence of the quiet and order that reigns in the city This condition is jiift the op posits of last year when the revenue to the city from police court tines was the largest ever known Cha Ueny will leave soon for Oslwein la to accept a position IH machinist in the Chicago treat Wee turn railroads shops The series of meetings conducted at the Presbyterian church by Rev E G Eldred pastor of tho Christian church at Fulton Ky closed Sunday evening Roy Eldred returning home yesterday ThA meetings were In the interest of the members of his denomi nation in the city who will hair cervices one a month in the future probablr in the Praebytorian hanh Rev It H Crosslield of Owensloro will pitnob for tnem until a minister is assigned READ THIS Hopkinsvillo Kv June 7th 1Q1 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder troubUs told at times was unable to wurk 1 was advised to try your Texas Wonder and utter usiue one fourth of one but tie J passed a largo gravel and I have never guttered since passing the same three years ago I have recommended it to itany others who reported themselves cured I most heartily fromfkidney or bladder diseases Sam lan A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cutes diabetes seminal emis sions weaK und lame backs rheu matism and nil irregularities of the Kidneys nod bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your l onIrectiPtmonths treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists HARDINSBURG Ol Late Green or Falls of Rough was in the city Monday Miss Roberta Hrodie of Chenault is visiting Miss HOOK Vio Robertson was in Louisville several days last week Hon R M ToUyat Irvington was in the city Monday- W L Ueauohainps colt show will be lucid here next Saturday Barney Squires was in Louisville last week on a business trip Attorney E F Kelly of Hawes yule was in the city Friday Miss Alice Bauer was a visitor In Louisvtlle n tow days of last weed Mrs G W Beard has returned home from a visit to relatives in Louisville Airs ClaytonI Crosson is the guest of ler daughter Mrs Owen May in LouisvilleThe jury returned fourteen indictments as the result of the first days sitting Dr and Mrs Seth P Parks of Webster were visiting friends here Wedcesday A Lincoln of West Clltty Grayson county was in town Saturday on a business trip Miss Lena Ritchie returned to her home in Meade county last week after a visit to Mr and Mre Clarence Lev- Is John D Hardin of Brandenburg county attorney of Meade county was in town last week on Itgal basi nossB F Hoard returned home Saturday from Burgin where he was the guest of his daughter Mrs A S Edelin I j 1 1i Wants IfJ I PI1 + + Advertisements Inserted under this head lit ono cent a word PIT week FOR SALK pUINTIXO Presses and Cutting machines muchiliesAlsoStreetLoulsvilieFOR ALI TITIIUN CEitTiFICAT- EFOitSA1ETultlonCertllicitohiUrgant I rlIl1lsvllleIi cnrldRu News Cluvlrport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES j State Development Convention Louis vllle Oct 12 forIround tiip l Iovel port to Louisville and leturn will bo made on Oct 1110 11 good returning Oct 13 I Grand Lodge F A M Louisville I For this Oct 1719II round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will bo made on Oct lit and 17 good returning Oct 20 Davlss County Fair OwensboroOct 26 For thus occasion rate of 145 for round trip Cloverport to Owensboro anti return will bo made on Oct 20 good return i nc Oct 7 Kentucky Trotting Horse Assn Lexington Ky Oct 3HFor this occasion rate of 485 for round trip Cloverport to Lexington and return will be made on Oct tf to 14 inclusive good returning to reach Cloverport prior to midnight ot Oct 15 Fall Races SCpt 16October 7 i 205 round trip Cloverport Louis j ville and return on Sept 17 to o in elusive good returning n days from date of sale Also Oct 1 to Oct 7iurlusivp good returning Oct 9 One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first aud third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Hoineaeekers Hxcursiona to all points to which homeieekers rules apply JOne way colonists rate to Californi- and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct HI IgWi I I I II ST l TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dully lust Train loaves Clovurport 507 AM stops lit West 1oiit only arriv es it Louisville 715 A M No 421lally Mull one l xpruss levesClo vccuort flfc A M stops at all way stations arrives Ixiulsvllle lJX p m Train No 44 Dally fast null loaves CK vurport lis p in stops ut alt way stuUms ILtloulsvllloTrain No 4S Dully Cloverport acoommo dutlon arrives lloverport M30 p WEST ROUND IUIIICcolIJlUdullorlelLvusvlllII D00i in exprueleiivesIIuwosvlllo Lowlsport Muccn Owenslioro Stanley Spottsvllle Henderson und Evansville arrlvist Louis TAO p in Train No 43 Mull and press dully ar rives Clovorport 7311 p m Kvansvlllo 1KIO VIU Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louts fast train leaves CI verport 1100 111 arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops ut Hawesville Owensboro and Hendurson only hetwelnLoulsvlllocurs und reclining clialr ears on trains 45 und 40 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND tUCStutdsvllloa ui Train No4 Dullv except Sunday leaves Kordsvlllo 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 Ip lu Train Nofi Sunday only Fordsvllleli30ii m Irvln ton03 a m WEST HOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington tiiOu m u rives 1ordsville 245 pD1 Train 05 flatly leaves IrvlpRton 150 p in arrives Fordsvllle U2o u ni Short Hardinsburo1 News Notes IlardinsbnrgKy Sept 1OSpeciRI John P Haswell Sr was suddenly called to Circleville Ohio last Tuesday by the serious illness of his onlyystir viving brother A J Haswell At this writing he is about holding his own but at his age seventynine his eventual recovery is not expected The Board of Election Commission ers met here Monday I and made some few minor changts in the election officers who resigned or were other wise disqualified Robert Mattingly has sold to James Durham his residence on Fourth street The consideration was 1001 Mr Mattingly will probably build in the spring The registration here WitS conducted without any trouble both sides getting out their full strength James II Miller has commenced theI erection of hits lesidence on the Oweus boro road about one stile from town Registration ro urns front the live incorporated towns of thu county show that there wore good Republican gains in this city and at Hardinsburg and Irvington I I NOLTESII A Good Thing For Children I 0- h8afOOSisa0Bi StiI FOR BOYS AND GIRLS It U oII Button to Waist and needs IIhealthThry never wrinkle or come I ivn Made of heat yarns u Thoy lit tine tint feel line a 1a pair for your child Youll IITry be delighted I J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky ConGRANDVIEW AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 Watch Your Watch 3 Blacksmiths Wagonmakers 3 3 Carpenters Tinsmiths Etc 3 41 4 s d Bring us your wagons your ct plows your buggies and da horseshoeing We are sil a a cana 4- d least I 011 0 + ffIT IS AS REASONARU FOR ill 2A SILVERSMITH TO slim 1 YOUR IIORSP AS FOR A BLACKSMITH TO FIX YOUR = WATCH E 4 YES BRING US YOUR 4MACIIIVES = TrC LEWIS SON E YOUR JEWELERS p 3 HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY TTTTTTTTTTYTTTVTYYTTYrTTY REPUBLICAN NOMINEE 1 GE1II I four vote and liilliifiiri solicited will lie LtIlriIIatei allilII Cheaper Rates Southwest Less than one way fare for thin round trip on Oct U and 17 Nov 7 1111 21 Dec 5 and 19 IV points in the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis und Cotton Belt Route You can affoid to go now nearly as cheap traveling as staving at home Write for maps und on Missouri Arkansas Texas Also cost of tickets time of trains etc IL 0 SCIIAEFER T It A Cincinnati 0 nV UUOAUAIE Gl TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route ateIS MADE better by good bread On the poor mana table good bread Is e necessity GOLD DUST FLOUR makes good bread Thats why so many people use It yor after year They have learned by experience of Its sterling worth If you do not already use It get a I I sack at once Youll be urprl2ld at the results It givesI IND literature Southeast Northwest Louisiana CADICKS ortr= 1f safeguardillcustomers More 1 dtover we frequently do it un Y known to them as oppor 1 fl tunities often come to us in II js jsconfidentil ways pI ll- ii LET US HAVE Ii IiYOU BUSINESS M r r ti yII I andf Ir1 ffratel 1 of interest paid on time ij deposits f r 1 INsumw ALt I INS TI ll IlLOSS I5V FIKK 01ii tl HUKOIAIJV CTOXSKU iTVATIVI IIOAICD OK fIHmWlOHS EFFIjj jl fit hfiti r 4 Bank of Gloverport 1 Cloverport Ky f Iil o IIEIftII New PhotographGallery C G BRABANTnn a RAPIiEltHH From Owensboro opened up a nice gallery opposit the post office in Cloverport All kinds of photographic work done in artistic style PRICES MODERATE r Special Excursion to Owensboro Henderson and Evansville Oct 15 Sunday Special train leaves Cloverport 041 a in returning leaves Kvansvlllo 000 p m Uloverport to Evansville and return 135 Clovorport to Hun dorson and return 1251 Olovcrport to Owensboro and return 110 Miss Maiiiu Witt arrived Saturday from Ludlow Ky to visit her cousin Mrs J C Xolte and other relatives mnu nnum 9Ze7o1dinOneDaygflTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A P1I on every Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months Tuffs Signature 51errj bcx 25c J T 1 k J I 1 ra ALFALFAGROWING IN KENTUCKY fly JOSKIMI E WINU McclmnlrsburK Ohio Altalfn will grow as well in Ken tacky under rigbt conditions MS it will in any counry in the world without irrigtitiou Alfalfa sown in Kentucky under wrong conditions will prove n discouraging failure Neither tho Kentucky Agricultural Experi 1 ment Station nor the Commissioner of Agriculture desires to entourage un wisj experimentation or lend men to make unavailing efforts to grow alfalfa 11 pun unfit soils or with wrong meth ode Let HE consider the fw esweutial things tnnr alfalfa demands First a- rrg soil that is not sour 2 Next a toil that is well enough Issued so that water floes not saturate E it at any time of the year unless for aT a day or two following very heavy rainfallsThen a soil that is rich in the mineral elements that go to make plants grow phosphorus and potash and well supplied too with nitrogen And to crown all a soil supplied with abundant vegetable mutter or humus Given these things and Kentuckys sun and skips alfalfa will grow in any part of the State and will yield annually I four or five cuttings a year of the richest torage either to feed green or to cure into hay An acre of proper soil devoted to al falia will product double the amount of available food for animals that an acre of corn will and of a higher class of nutrients That is because the alfalfa sasoiichin protein the muscle and blood buildina elements that are HO muoh needed in a ration for all young animate for dairy cows or any uni mats giving milk to their yonng To prepare an acre of land for alfalfa may in some instances involve con siderable labor and expense If the j worK is rightly done it will ho lavish ly repaid by the grateful altalfa plants and after they have grown upon the soil for a seriee ot wears they will leave it richer than they found iir If each farm in Kentucky will grow n alfalfa even if no more than two or i three acres it will enormously increase the prosperity and wealth of tho State There are eettions of Ken tacky where easily there may bo de voloped large alfalfa fields There are other sections where to grow alfalfa will require thought effort expense and care Success when reached will richly reward all this effort It iis most unwise to sow altalfa seed upon infertile soils or without right preparation of the soil and attention to a tew important details Nevertheless the few things needful aie of easy attainment thero is no mystery about alfalfagrowing Let us take up the essentials of Hilalfngrowing first that the soil limit be swett It is a new thought to Kentucky farmers pel haps that soils are some times Mur They may be sour upon limestoii land but are more apt to be sour away from the lime If they ai3 waterlogged during part of the year they are most apt to be sour This acidity comes probably from the decay within the soil of vegetable matter though some soils very dulici tint in humns are acid An evidence of acidity Is Seo when clovers fail to thrive and certain weeds appear in the meadows Te apptarance 01HiOrrll tie little rtCl top oed weed that is seen in so many Kentucky meadows ot recent yen re is an indication or acidity A surer indication is the gradual disap pearance ot red clover and the difficul ty experienced in making it grow Llmejs the uire of acid noils tbougliI drainage is often needed along with lime It may be applied to u freshly plowed surface at the rate ot from one or two tons per acre of air slacked or ground line and in tome countries ground limestone 11 used with goof re alt Lime is not itself a fertilizer but it takes tne laud sweet so the clovors brmgIabout enrichment of the soil Alfalfa is a clover one of the best i ulnae it is of very long life and surpris ing vigor upon proper 8011IKentucky needs tho ase6f thousands I of Ions of lime in connection with innnrep Liming poor Boils without manuring may not bring much benefit since there way he too little plant fOQdII there even when the soil iis sweetened The older regions of the world v Where advanced agriculture has been I practiced for centuries use great r ainonnts of lime The writer haa seen I great chalk pits in England whence rmd been taken thousands ot tons of chalk a soft limestone to enrioh the ndjoining latrine in some parts of KentucKY however I where red clover thrives the land IIHB in it enough lime and is in no need of sweetening We will that consiuor the next requirement drain JI ageAlfalfa I grows through the aid of little bacteria that inhabit its rootI i 1 i a lets Theso bacteria must have air Therefore the flooring of the earth by complete saturation of water destroys the life of the bacteria and of the alfalfa Iitself If a post halo dug three feet in tho Held whore it is desired to sow alfalfa shows water standing in it for wore than a few days in the year that soul needs nnderdraiuing before being sown to alfaltn In general the depth to the water level should be about forty feet It there is n greater depth it is generally the bettor 2 Vow wo will consider the matter of fertility Alfalfa feeds deep in tho soil alter it gets established and it secures a part of its nitrogen through the aid of the bacteria from the air Nevertheless it is a gross feeder upon phosphorus and potash and can not secure these from tho ur Nor will it at first secure all its needed nitrogen from tho air Therefore land destined to bs sown to alfalfa should be rich when sown If it is not rich it should be made rich before seed is consigned to it Fortunately much Kentucky soul notably that in the bluegrass region is already in phosphorus This fact should lead Ito parts of Kentucky becoming as noted fur its alfalfa as for its bluegrass Next comes the need of humus in tho soil Now humus is simply decayed vegetable matter and is best supplied through turning under vegetable growths such as cowpeas or through the use of stable manures Humus in the soil does several very needed things First it supplies a direct plant food through the nitrogen phosphorous and potash that it contains Being espec ially rich in nitrogen Next in decaying it forms com pounds that attack the llockedup mineral elements of the soil and sets them free to be absorbed by the plants Then it absorbs moisture and makes the soil more slow in drying besides preventing the close packing that comes with puddling in day soils deficient in humus And as important as anything per haps most important of all it puts life into the soil Soils with humus in them are really alive for the decaying vegetable matter attracts bacteria of many sorts that in thoir life and death and decay form many compounds that the plants can absorb and thus directly increase fertility and make plants grow Good soils urp truly live soils filled with legions of microscopic torms of life most of Iit beneficial to the higher orders of growing plants useful to menPoor soils deficient in humus cold paddled clays are literally dead soils and speak eloquently of a dying civilization and decaying people Alfalfa then revels in deep rich sweet soil How an we to provide it in Kentucky First there are many river bottoms that are admirably adapted to alfalfa being made up of rich alluvial loams pervious to air and moisture and not holding a surplus of moisture On these soils alfalfa usually thrives splendidlyNext art new lands freshly cleared where robber crops have not yet had time to take out the fertility Often tbjBtt newer soils will respond wonderfully with alfalfa Some very steep mountain sides are growing alfalfa finely when sown on freshly cleared surfaces SOUle lands in the bluegrass section are naturally fertile enough so that they will with little aid grow alfalfa very well Nevertheless even the best OK the old cleared parts of Kentucky need manure before being sown to alfalfaWe had best admit at the outset that most of old Kentucky Holds need enrichment to make them pro duce Rood alfalfa And the Iwst way to enrich them is with liberal coatings of stable manures Pew farmers are awuie of the great value of manure They enrich far in excess of the actual potash phosphorus and nitrogen carried Lilwral dressings then of barnyard manure appliel before it had leached in rain Is the best preparation foi alfalfa sowing If one hits enough manure to pre pare the soil for ten acres let him attempt to sow but five If he cant manure five let him content himself with two Two acres of vigorous alfalfa will yield as union as ten acres of sickly thin stuff on unpre pared soil Ann the two acres will make forage enough to make a further supply ofI manuro so that he can next season enrich added cores find sov them alfalfa But while stable manure toI the best thing and really indispensable to success in growing alfalfa uponold Kentucky Helas it can be greatly helped by being re enforced by mineral fertilizers tkv Why Send Your Money Away FOR Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town Direct From the Maker At as Low Prices and on Better Terms By this sign you will know and can find Floats or finelyground phos phntio rook not treated with sulphuric acid is a very cheap supply of phosphorus This phosphorus is not available when applied to some soils deficient in humus But when floats are mixed with stable manure in some way the phos phorus is made available and the plants can get it Therefore the wise farmer sprinkles his stables with floats which absorb the ammonia and makes the stable smell sweet and when the manure is applied its value has been almost doubled Stable ma dare fortified with floats is the thing to apply to the soil to make alfalfa growThis manure may be applied to a preceding crop of corn or tobacco if it is applied heavily enough so that there is a large residue left Or it may be applied directly before the ground is plowed for alfalfa This is a safe way It may be turned under or harrowed in or disked in or left to he on the surface through the winter and the land plowed in the early spring Just got it over the land in any way and as soon as convenient after it is made it will do the wok Apply as much nstwentyrive tons to the acre and more if you have it This will be a help but in strong Kentucky clays there is no need to fear puling on an abundance it wll not leach away and the more humus you get in that soil the better your alfalfa will be Do not be discouraged by this information you can afford to use the manure to start a crop that maintains itself and makes such a largo amount of forage that will if fed and the manure saved in turn enrich yet other fields for many years Late in winter or in early spring the land may be plowed It should be broken deep and as soon as the land is ready to work It should be harrow ed to a good seed bed Alfalfa wants a firm seed bed so that the little rootlets find an unbroken way down into the moist earth be neathAt a little later than time for sow- Ing oats say the last week in March after danger of Hard freezing is over sow the seed A peck of alfalfa seed fifteen pounds is enough to the acre moro is waste There are in a bushel 144118000 iindividuali alfalfa seeas To sow fifteen pounds per acre would put on eightythree seeds to the square foot Twelve plants to the square foot art all that will grew to maturity The seed may be sown broadcast and harrowed in It may be sown broadcast and cover by dulliag in after it a bushel to the aero ot spring barley an excellent nurse crop The I beardless barley is the best Or a half bushel ot oats sown on an aero will serve as a nurse crop only that in this wise the oats must lhe cut for hay as soon as bloom appears and before they lodge The land after seeding must be lett IH at- OLLIf RICIIARDSAGENT CLOVERPORT KY smooth so that the mower may be run over it close to the ground Tnere may be sown fertilizer with the alfalfa to help the manuro and it will probably bo well repaid After the alfalfa is sown if the land is very dry and cloddy it should be rolled If it is moist a plank drag should mako it smooth and level At the time of swing it some earth from an old alfalfa Held can be had it is well to make it tine and sow it over the field at the rate of about 100 pounds to the acre Or soil on which sweet clover mfilliotusj has grown The object of this is to trannfer some of the bacteria that thrive on alfalfa roots to the new Held It is as the housewife puts yeast in ner bread However if the manure has been put into the soil and it is not sour the seen itself will carry enough bacteria to shortly inoculate the Held These bacteria increase very rapidly in soils filled with humus A good test of whether a Held will grow alfalfa or not is to observe whether it contains earthworms fish worms If it does not the condition is wrong for alfalfa culture After thus sowing nothing should bo done to the field until the barley is ripe or the oats in bloom It mew then be cut close to the ground This close cutting is good for the young alfalfa whicn needy clipping at this time Sit tho binder to cut as close as possible and if it must be cut high for anv reason follow at once with tho mower and clip the stubble close Then lot the alfalfa alone to make a second growth If there should come rain it will grow rapidly for about fortyfivp days or a little longer After that it may turn yellow and cease to growThat means that rusr has struck it Leaf rust is the pest of alfalfa in all Eastern States The remedy for rust is mowing off the stems as close to the ground as practicable If there is enough hay to be worth saving rake it off and euro it If weeds are the main growth allow them to he and mulch the land supposing them not to he thick enough to smoth oritWhen winter sets in have a growth a foot high standing to protect the crowns and hold the snow Do not ever pasture alfalfa tho first season Do not over allow stock to tramp over it in cold weather nor drive across it with wagons Oftentimes thu fall is n good time to sow alfalfa in Kentucky When there is enough moisture in the land to start it well JIT August or Septem her it may succeed well sown alone The manner would be to plow a wheat stubble as soon as possible after har vest applying a light coat of manure and immediately working it down to a good seed bed using every care to prevent its drying out Tho way to do this is to have a harrow and roller in the Held when the breaKing is dote Let the plows run WINCHESIER RIFLE AND PISTOL CARTRIDGES Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges of allcalibers are loaded by machinery which sizes the shells supplies the exact quantity of powder and seats the bullets properly By using firstclass materials and this uptodate system of loading the reputation of Winchester Cartridges for accuracy reliability and excellence is maintained They cost no more than inferior makes Ask for them and insist upon getting them THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLDI y a quarter of a day and finish out that half day by rolling and harrowing the ground to bring it to a degree of fineness that will enable it to hold moistureNo crop is needed when alfalfa is sown in the fall it crust bo about an inch deep and should not be sown when there is merely a little moisture in the ground with dry soil beneath lust it sprout and perish before rains comeWeeds will not trouble this fall sown alfalfa much and it makes four crops of hay t e next year though not quite sq heavy crops as tho spring flown alfalfa should make The time torn ano alfalfa hay is when it is about half in bloom and before the leaves have fallout from the stem That will be about the tenth of May Take this first crop oil promptly t secure tho hay while it is in its prime and to allow the next crop to como inCure the hay by raking into small windrows while it is yet tough and cocking in rather tall and slender COCKS so that the air may get at the bay Do not delay raking until the hay is dry or you will lose many of the leaves and they are worth as much pound for pound as wheat branThe hay may cure in the cock if th weather is tine or they may be opened out and sunned and agAIn piled up and hauled to the barn When only a few tons are put together the hay must be pretty dry else it may mould When putting many tons in one rick or mow the hay need not bo so well dried as the heat prevents moulding Alfalfa hay will keep well in mow o rick but when ricked it must be uov ored with wild grass straw or boards as it will not shed rain well There will be four cuttings the second year and these should ho taken off when the proper stage of growth has been readied whether the alfalfa is long or short When it begins to bloom the leaves to rust and buds appear on the bases of tho stems it must bo cnt else it will ceaso to grow and no sub sequent crop need bo looked for If perchance from drought the second or third crop happens to bo very short it must be mown off as promptly as though it was a good growth and thou the succeeding crop should there be rain way ue very much heavier than the poor one re moved Had it not been cut however this good crop would not have been securedOn rightly prepared with fav orable seasons of sufficient rain flalfa in Kentucky may yield as much as six or eight tons to the acre A yield of four to five tons may more confidently be expected Alfalfa will endure in profitable condition on suitable soils for from six to twelve years Grasses encroach upon it and may ho destroyed by disking after the roots are tough enongn to endure it A spike roolnet l harrow to follow the disk will more surely tear out the grass The bar row will not injure the alfalfa roots When onto well establislied an an nual drilling in of liberal amounts of phosphorus and potash will greatly stimulate growth on most soils and ho repaid several times over in the increased yield When it is desired to plow the field it may be turned with a very shar plow and strong team and tho root are readily killed when cut off Any crop will yield very abundantly after alfalfa corn and tobacco being per haps best suited to follow alfalfa since small grain may lodge because of the cxceding richness of the land After one or two crops hare been taken off of the land it should be again inuntnred and sown to alfalfa which will take much more readily and yield much more abundantly than it did at tho first sowing The Commissioner of Agriculture begs Kentucky farmers not to sow al falfa upon poor or unprepared soil or in a wrong manner since by so doing failure is almost assured and the whole cause of alfalfa culture will receive d serious setback He believes however that wherever a man has learned to grow alfalfa ho will rejoice all his days and be the richor wore intelligent and bettor Ulan tor it and nis neighborhood will be helped by the example of good farming New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now known to bo curable by Uucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Dufiiold Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed 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Accept Valu able Services of Subjects Charles E Kern t 75 There Is pathos in tho attitude of the 175 great Russian statesman M WlCte 75 largely to whose diplomacy the Czar the favorable conclusion of the ockoweswith Japan In his presentation in tt person to his majesty of n report on the details of whoso historic meetings at Portsmouth which were so managed A as to savo the face of Russia as they say in the far East It is difficult for an American to understand the nature of this meeting between Czar and subject and although we as a people k cannot admire M Wittes braggadocio wo must in fact feel sorry for a man canwho returns to his country after act zictcomplishing so much in her behalf and once necessary to plan an wen Intrigue in order vto prevent effacement inty those who have been withinf sOnly circle of the court at St Petersburg can imagine the conditions r i influencing tints interview between thu Czar and his representative who has carried off time honors of the diplomatic game that has recently been played to determine the terms on which peace could bo concluded between Russia and JapanThe American imagines tho Russian statesman and diplomat returning to the presence of the Czar with form erect and countenance beaming with just pride in having performed serv ice for which he would naturally ex pect to be received with honor But111I at the Imperialthose who have been Court of Russia know that no such scene is enacted upon tho return ofI M Witte ay Y PSWithBowed Head and Humbly They know ho will return to tho presence of his royal master the Czar if he has already reached St Peters 1 1burg with bowed head regretting that tthohas been unable to servo his mas ter in a more worthy manner and praying with the hunted countenance of a criminal that ho bo forgiven forI r having performed so poor a service He will protest that if there can be found any act of his ow worthy of favorable comment that that act Is due wholly to having obeyed the royal will and having properly interpreted the royal purpose He will conclude that act of humiliation by begging forgive ness of his august master for his short comings No menial in America couldl to play the part of humility so earnestly as will the distinguished diplomat M iWitte 1c Tho attitude of statesmen of monar ry chical governments toward their royalI In Masters is ono that cannot be under s stood by Americans nnd is known only to those who have been in close touch 1 with them abroad said a high officialI lJ of the State Department in comment e r1 4 lek g upon tho return of M Witto to hisi aome Would have Presidential flee The men who malco European and Asiatic history today can never hope to approach their royal masters who aro in many cases mere puppets ex cept in a manner indicating tho utmost humility The American who would perform such service as that of M Wltto would return home with a straight backbone and with the presi dential boo buzzing under the crown of his hat Ho would accept as his right every bit of credit pertaining to his successful work and no one would expect him to perform any act of hu miliation in tho presence of the Pres ident or any ono elset The fact is M Witto began his act of humility while in this country He referred to the Czar at all times as his august master and while crossing the Atlantic ocean when accorded deserved honor for his diplomacy was quick to disavow being worthy of the least credit for his labors stating in effect that ho was a miserable creature who breathed because of the goodness of his august master and that anything he had done in connection with tho peace negotiations was merely in obedience to the will of his master tho Czar Expectations That lie Would Fall The return of M Witto to St Pe tersburg also has a special interest because as is fully understood in tho inner circles of the Diplomatic Corps at Washington his appointment as a peace commissioner to represent the Czar was given him not for his benefit but was brought about by his enemies who expected that his failure to effect a successful peace negotiation wouldl be his permanent political undoing It was M Witte who opposed the war andl favored its conclusion long before peaceI was arranged Ho was detested by tho military party and the intrigues of theI Russian court placed him in an un comfortable position before the Czar It was argued that if he could be sent on the impossible mission of making peace when the entire court was convinced that the attitude of Japan wouldl make the peace conference a failure heI would return discredited and forced for the first time In his career to approve tho continuance of the war which was desired by certain of the court digni taries up to tho time peace was da elated Still Working for his Downfall Now that the good fortune and the artful diplomacy of M Witte have con fused his enemies he is no better loved by them than ho was when they con spired to intrust him with a mission they believed ho could not successfully perform It is learned at Washington that oven now those same enemies are planning future traps for tho eminent statesman who has been favored by god of fortune When ho appears be fore his august master In the traditional attitude of a slave there will be many of his enemies to endeavor to persuade tho Czar that the formal words of self depreciation which he must utter to conform to court eti quette are in fact only plain truth WORKING GIRLS CHANGES CIIOOSf CONGENIAL OCCUPATIO THEN HOLD FAST TO TIlE FIRST GOOD lOll It is Not the Kind of Work but the Manner of Working That Bring s Forth the Dollars It Is not my specialty madame said the little French milliner who bud just finished a beautiful bcruched hilt for me when I asked her to make one of those pretty moussoline shoulde ruches and she would do nothing out Ride her specialty So it Is In all tho big cities where women flock to mak a living or a name whether in Paris London New York Chicago San Fran- cIsco one must have ones highly per footed specialty In order to win eye moderate recognition Dont scatter is the very best ml vice to the girl worker Oh I know how to do ever so many things says the latest entry on the books of a big employment agency Can you cool asks the manageress with breathless eagerness Yes is the reply rather shame facedlyGood Ill put you down undo CooksBut I dont want to cook Ive beet through our academy and Ive graduated in all the latest accomplishments Besides Ive come up to the city to make moneya lot of money Youll make a lot of money if youll cook says the manageress in her take myadvlce tone Wily any girl that can pretend to cook if she dont know a soullle from a hoe cake can make more money In this town than a whole class of academy graduates with ten accomplishments apiece It is not the kind of work but the manner of working that brings in the dollars A girl of twentythree thrown sud denly on her own resources made the lives of her friends miserable by a constant cry of What can I do A yellow streak of snobbishness made it all the more difficult to help her Without even facility in writing she begged assistance in becoming a paid con tributor to a scandalmongerlug news paper Fortunately she lacked as much In perseverance as in literary ability Her next venture was In trained nursing but being placed in the colored ward her southern pre judices drove her out of the hospital just three days later than her date of entry From a spasmodic effort to ac quire a knowledge of stenography she set out on a quest for a place as nursery governess A practical friend met her just after her first rebuff and much against her will pushed her into a situation in a fashionable millinery establishment at S3 a week Now it developed that trimming hats Is that f irls gift It usually takes about three years in the workshops of the swell milliners to arrive at the degree of proficiency which commands a salary of 25 per week but the girl in question hats for her friends evenings madeII friends sent their friends and a year site had saved enough to take n trip to Paris during the summer She bought not a single model but gathered impressions went back to New York rented a couple of rooms in a side street between the shopping and the residence sections dropped a little note to each of her patrons saying she had taken a slyer abroadand the rest was easy- Choose a Congenial Occupation The secret of success is finding out ones special bent or talent Usually the thing that it is easiest to do that one likes best to do is the work In which one will be able to make greatest progress A very few are favored with inspiration along original lines Some unfortunates commit the folly of choos- Ing a profession or trade because of the results secured in it by others rather than because of any personal Inclination or adaptability Voluminous statistics show that a girl need not be limited in her choice Df work for some one hundredandfifty occupations meeting every need or de sire of existencefrom doctor to un lertaker have already been exploited jy women However for the average girl comparatively few trades and pro esslons seem within her scope Out- ride of the enormous number who be ome teachers very few women are afforded the opportunity to acquire a profession consequently certain trades required for carrying on of routine work in business offices shops and factories havo come to be regarded as the only moneymaking channels open to the girls who arrive at the end atI heir school days confronted with tho question What shall I do for a Hv ng Always Room for Good Ones Most discouraging of nil the obstacles to tho girl seeking her living is the constantly repeated falsehood that the occupations open to the average female ntelligence are overcrowded Thirty years ago the same statement was undo to almost every female applicant or employment as bookkeeper clerk gent stenographer saleswoman etc U that time less than one per cent of all the women wage earners were em played in clerical positions In twenty years the percentage of women In this lass increased to five per cent of the- o otal employed while the figures of the ast census promise a still more en ouraglng advance It is further shown that in the last decade of the 19th century the number of womanI bookkeepers in the United States in creased by about 50000 the number of woman clerks by over 10000 the num jer of saleswomen by over 100000 the number of stenographers and type writers by 015000 5 and the list might be continued through every profession or trade entered by women All show 11 greater or less increase proving that there Is always room for the com potent It Is only by adding real effort perseverance and determination to a natural talent however that the taii Is reached The woman who spend months even ycnrs in acquiring skill or knowledge In some line of work that appears attractive because of the few women in it and not because she has any pptfial talent for it makes a fatal mistake Stick to a Good Job A weary little public school teacher worried into a ante of hysteria by a long year with a class of unruly slum children threw up her position and misled by the success of a friend un dertook to become a stenographer She had just the qualities that make a good teacher but none of the alertness en durance and steady nerve that are indispensable in the shorthand writer She remembered that her friend lead spent only three months on a course ofI lessons but forgot that at the end of the three months had come a position at 5 per weep with eight hours of un interrupted typewriting each day alter which in order to make headway to ward abcttersalaryevery evening froth half past seven to eleven was spent In speed practice The little teacher put In a hot summer in a private business school and later through the kindness of friends obtained a position in a section of the country most unhealthy The choke of the right work deter mines at the start the measure of success SENATOR MARTINS CASE denomination of Virginia Statesman Cost a Small Fortune Senator Martin of Virginia is out of pocket 11500 In expenditures to BC cure a renomInation to the United States Senate This is more than ono third of tho salary ho would receive luring tho whole six years of his new term Time expenditure it seems was necessary Tho Senator had a popular opponent who set a hot paco and kept it up to tho end There was nothing for Mr Martin to do but to canvass lime State from end to end and this with other necessary expenses ran the total high This fight of Senator Martin for renomination and the neces sary largo expenditure which is looked upon as entirely legitimate and free from any corruption has aroused considerable comment among politicians and prominent men at Washington ns being an exceptional clear cut ex implo of present political methods and necessities Martins troubles are now practi ally over said a prominent Southern j V SENATOK MARTIN or slopping at the national capital who has all his life been familiar with the practical methods of political nomina i tions and elections Martmtan draw a check or two more and then close up his book because Virginia is not a close State but suppose it were and that Senator Martin was now obliged to meet a Republican antagonist able to give him the fight for tho election that Governor Montague gave him for tho nomination so that ho had to spend 11500 additionala total of 23000 This would leave him 7000 of salary for his full time of six years of ser vice Might Have Cost Thirty Thousand Nay more Virginia Is a State where campaigning is rather primitive Mon ey still has a good value in most of the sections There is not tho holding up and bleeding of candidates at every turn that there is in some of the more closely contested States so that it IB entirely conceivable that Senator Mar tin might have legitimately expended more than his entire 30000 in order to be reelected a man too of character and ability who has served his State so well In the Senate that people might havo thought ho could have had the renomination for the asking if it was not actually forced upon him But the case is typical although It may not bo usual Politics are every whero getting to be very expensive where two men want the same place I havo seen the increase In cost grow and grow What I hear asked now among thinking men is what is the effect upon our national legislation when it would appear that only wealthy men can think of running for election and where there can be no contest for the honor by any but the wealthy Is the situation telling upon our public affairs and if so what is tho remedy what can we do about itl I FORTY PIES A MINUTE PITTSIiURG MAN INVERTS A MA CHINE TO MAKE PIES DY TIm MILLION Annual Output Would Reach Half Across the Continent Would Drive Mother Out of Business Pies like mother used to make I Is that possible And yet It is learned by dispatches from Iittsburg that a nan there CUll make such appetizing delicacies at n rate of twentyfour thousand pies in ten hours or forty in a minute through the aid of a machine which he has just perfected If the machine can do what is claimed for it and turn out good wholesome pies there should be enough to go around 11 L SONS TIlE PIE MAN to everybody even following the fiercest political campaigns Time statement made by the Inventor from the Smoky City certainly is a marvel when It Is figured just what the ma chines capacity for piemaking is Suppose we have the machine running ten hours a day six days in the week allowing for holidays and breakdowns making the lemon meringue pies for which the machine iis specially adapted we have with say 300 working days a year the sum total of 7JOOOUO pies a year If these pies are like mother used to make then of course they are each about nine Inches in diameter and an Inch and a quarter thick Mother nl AT THE RATE OF ways used a couple of eggs and a lemon to each pie and HO the Pittsburg baker would use 7200000 lemons and 11100000 eggs Laying these 7200000 Ipies out in one long row we would have a distance of about 1022 miles from the first pie in the row to the last A reckless chauffeur In an upto date automobile traveling at a rate of 25 miles nn hour including necessary stops could make the journey across these pies in a little less than three days A Pie Tower Magnificent Again taking Mothers pies as a basis the products of this machine in a year If piled one on the other would glvi us a monstrous column over 112 tulles high Of course a generous housekeeper would divide the pies In fifths so that if our 7200000 pies were so shared wo would be able to feed 30000000 people or nearly ono half the population of the United States or more than 100 times the number of people living in Pittsburg Hy using different shifts and working the machine to its full capacity the pie Hue would extend nearly across the by t continent and furnish pie to everyman woman find child In time United States Time story of Urn actual performance of time pic machine is truly wonderful In fact two machines are necessary In the first the crust is produced Instead of pie pans molds like wattle Irons are used to form the crust An the molds pass along on an endless chnln they move n lever nt one end which permits the pie dough to enter the pans shaped something like wattle irons and they then pass between two sets of humors which take the place of the oven Of course before the dough is released the hons are heated to tho proper temperature The dough is con tatted in n hure tank above the ma chute a feed pipe running down and by menus of a piston just enough dough is forced down to fill one of the molds as it passes under the pipe The strokes of the piston are so regu lated as to be timed with the arrival of each pan under the pipe As soon as the crust Is baked they are removed lIo y an attendant who stands at one end of the machine These crusts are then arranged on a large pan which is taken up by another attendant who places the crusts in the second machine Filling by the Ton This Is also of the endless chain type with two vast vats at one end one of which contains the lemon filling and the other the meringue By carefully regulated ratchets the filling and the meringue are fed alternately The pies then pass on to an overhead burner which gives the top of the meringue a rich brown The pie thus completed is passed out from under the baker and Is ready for disposal by the American pie eater A RUG FIT FOR A RING i Shahs Gift to Edward of a Wonder ful Product from the Eastern Hand Looms Never outside fairyland has been seen such a wonderful carpet as that which King Edward received the other day us a present from the Snub of Persia a token of his appreciation of the affectionate hospitality extended to him on the occasion of his last visit to England FORTY A MINUTE When this marvelous production of Persian artists and weavers was spread out before his majesty at Buckingham Palace he must have been reminded of some of the scenes depicted in the Arabian Nights It had been known for some days past that a special Ambassador from the Persian monarch was to wait upon the King and there was sonic specula tion as to the object of his mission The secret was well kept and it was not until the arrival of the ambassador at the palace that any information could be gained as to the contents of the great packing case over which he kept vigilant guard For more than two years quite a little army of designers and weavers hits been constantly at work uiithe carpet and the result has been the production of what even in Persia must be considered a royal master pieee The design is very curious complex and certainly most Ingenious the colors are perfect and faultlessly blended and the manufacture Is tlaw less The rug has been made entirely by hand ICutIllustrated Ernest Haskell The By Eugene P lyle Jr Published August 1st 18THTHOUSAND THOUSANDALREADY r II I All 150II MissourianThe romantic adventures of John Dinwiddle Driscoll nicknamed The Storm Ccntro- at the Court ofMaximilian inMexico where his secret misefuncomes into contlict with that of the beautiful Jacqueline The best romantic American novel of recent tI yearsbtilies uhatlolew ofitselauporaeu the elements of reality wrought o74 by infinitepain 01 detail teriil7liltude uggetion v St Louis ltcpubUc 0 p1 40 41 remarkable first book of epic breadth carried through on6elYGoyot 4P4- awcndnyly brilliant torvN Y TImes Saturday ltovlow 4w Oticce There is no more dramatic period in hfatory and the 4qOSC 4S6op story bears every evidence of careful and palmatalnp r5Go3e vl1 tudVN Y Glo- beDOUBLEDAY 9 1 o 1r 4 0 PAGE COo c i133137 East x6th St New YorktP 99dsd rIt0 N 1 tt i GREAT lNi SINK i r FIERCE RAMPAGE OF COLORADO 14 RIVER DESPOILS THOUSANDS t 1OF FERTILE ACRES tt Huge Engineering Difficulties Must be Overcome or Otherwise Eight y Thousand Families WillOc Render t ed Homeless and Destitute v 0 J BLAXCIIARD at Los Angeles The great Colorado river of the southwest the Nile of America Is on 1 Its bad behavior Like old travellers l who forsake the beaten highways the Colorado grown tired of its channelAFA Is seeking a new route Its desire j for change naturally is the cause of I Mire showing Imperial Valley Basin threatened to be covered with water ijfrom overflow of Colorado River i rendering homeless 8000 families u7 th much consternation on the part of the railroad which happens to be located near by and of some little disquietude among several thousand settlers Whoso farms are apparently threat ened unless the erratic stream can be Induced to return to its old pathway to the sea A glance at the map will make clear the unusual conditions which nt present prevail In the Col orada Delta Below the town of Yuma Arizona the stream has cut its banks at three places and passing through old dry channels Is now pouring westward and northward Into Salton Sink Augmented by the volume of this great stream the Sink has already become a vast Inland sea spreading out for- GO miles In one direction and 30 miles in another and growing daly The Giant Force of Nature Passengers on the train now exclaim with wonder as they look out upon the broad sea reaching to the western horizon where but a short SIXTY FIVE MILES OF LAKE time ago the desert reigned supremo in Its awful desolation Glance at the map again and note the faint line near the International boundary and encircling the large area marked Imperial Valley All the land included within this line is below sea level the lowest portion situated in Salton Sink where It is 2S7 feet be low To those who visit this remark able region it is apparaut that In anci ent geological times the Gulf of Call tICbmboalCrew- prepdri0 to build Dam 4 1 fornla extended far northward The Colorado River carrying as It does a vast load of silt and detritus from a drainage basin covering 225000 square miles built a bar entirely across the a k 1 Gulf and created a hugo Inland which covered all of what Is now known as Imperial Valley The shore line of this great sea can be distinct ly traced by the old beaches which are found there Enormous Salt Beds Under an almost tropical ran tIle sea evaporated uncovering a great level plain over large portions of which was laid a deep deposit of rich river sediment wanting onlyI irregatlon to produce abundant harvests At the lowest depression In the valley where evaporation has not yet carried all the water the salts were deposited thickly and large works have long been established there marketing thousands of tons of this mineral For centuries the Colorado has been j 1 t q I building up Its delta higher and hllllr until today the bed or the rlvlr Is above the valley on citW side Once let it cut Its banks and the stream spreads out alli over the coun try About four years ago a large corportlon Imbued with the laudable purpose of making homes for settlers In the Salton Desert completed a big canal heading In the river below Yu ma and almost on the International boundary The canal was a large one GO feet on the bottom and carried a great amount of water through Mexico Into California on to the area now called Imperial Valley The canal heading owing to the character the banks of the stream was Inse lot It has always been a source of and annoyance The river resented it as an obstruction in its course and deposited great loads of silt In front of it and then proceeded to cut a channel around It Dredges were used constantly to keep the canal heading open The last great flood In the stream simply wiped away the head gates and opened a way for a large part of the stream to flow Into the valley Just below this point the stream spilled over the banks again and following down an old stream channel It finally began to pour Its whole vole In to Salton Sink Only the high banks of the Imperial canal prevented larger areas of Irrigated lauds from being Inundated and millions of dollars in crops from being destroyed Great difficulties are presented to the engineers who are trying to Imduco the stream to go back to Its old channel A new heading is projected Thousands of feet of lumber have been ordered and steamboats are awaiting Its arrival If these means prove Ineffective there Is danger that s000 families now residing hi the Im perial Valley may be rendered home less Competent engineers are In clined to believe that the task Is beyond the strength of the present company to perfom and that measures now being undertaken will not properly nor permanently safeguard the property of the people In the valley This Is a question for the engineers to settle Meanwhile the citizens of the valley are somewhat philosophi cal and are continuing to reap under almost tropical skies the heaviest crops grown In the world 0 h 13lariTE JOY OF AGE Misinterpretation of Dr Osiers I Statement I professorJohnin met with a great deal of undeserved notoriety because he was misund cr stood when he said the creative Earn disappeared usually at the age of to years Ho did not mean to convey the impression that mans usefulness ceased at that time but that the linag Inatlve faculty was not as active then as It was In earlier years when more jn are green and raw In judgment and put forth many things that they wish to have suppressed later on Ills little jest about chloroforming those who log superfluous on the stage was meant to apply only to teachers w failed to move with the advanced thought and had n special humorous reference to himself but the miscom prehension and exaggeration of t1 1 press has magnified his utterance and 1given it a sweep he never intended Must Seek New Fields When the acquisition of knowled- I Is used merely ns a means throng- which to earn bread that Is time end of a mans career whether he be thirty or forty or a thousand years old Men j who seek no new fields of exploration nor carry forward to fulfillment an work they attempt In early days ar mere drones in the hives of life Dr Osler who Is close to the sixty year line has gone to England to tak a professorship of medicine In Oxfordj University which will without doub- lead tl to an increase of his professional 1 fame which did not come to him until after he had passed time half century post In his journey of life His part ing injunction to his medical associates In America at the Washington i meeting in May was to follow the Golden Rule in all their actions and to cultivate that moderation which is said1I to be the golden thread running through all the virtues This advice Is not npw but it cannot be repeatedl too often in an age when many menIi are striving to shove their neighborsIi to the wall in their desire to occupy tlTe middle of the road themselves Man is naturally n selfish animal and1erectl needs to he often reminded that he must do unto others as he would have them do unto him even if he desires the to attain more worldly success The man who has no consideration for his laboring fellows is likely to find no con sideration extended to him when the hour of misfortune comes Best Work Late In Life In Dr Osler never depreciated agebaknowing that mans best work Is after lIe has mellowed his under standing and strengthened his judg went There are numerous examples the of what virility In age can do all along the track of history It was seen In of Benjamin Franklin William E Gladstone the Is seen In Edward Everett Hale Lord Kelvin Charles II Ilaswell engineer and author still at time age of by 07 at his desk In New York and other and names will occur by scores to general and readers It is an inflexible law of nature that the the being who does not progress must retrograde There is no place on thisI fearful ascent of life where spiritually and intellectually we are not forcedI C to go forward lest we slip back But It Is a happy provision In nature that the even In the longest life there Is no arbitrarily fixed point of time where la expansion must cease as if by a flat where there are no more heights be the fore the soul to climb no more views to be obtained no broadening and expanding of the vision possible Al be ways and forever a new bud may be of formed on the topmost bough of the A old tree even though the trunk be C partly hollow and the nourishing sap mount slowly through the bark be CHINESE GRAVEYARD CUSTOMS Peculiar Custom of Placing Cooked Food on the Graves of the Departed i Assorted foods literally by the wagon load are annually taken out to Cypress Hills Chinese Cemetery by andmembers of New Yorks Chinese col i ony says the New York Times and these offerings which are to us such a ofstrange evidences of affection and re thmembmnceturesque rites on the graves where the departed Celestial brothers of themcolonists are awaiting the convenient or Is It the auspicious season for transshipment to the land which these had ofbellevlndead can rest comfortably These anfic nual Illustrations of the fact that the this fausways of showing them attracts the but usual amount of attention some of It respectfully curious and some openly the derisive but neither variety affects the performance of the ceremonies or mysterlous to believe that our fartraveled Chinese nn really think that anything Is accom that pushed for the dead by putting roast pig and boiled rice on a grave and yet they do It year after year weAThe ancient story of the Chinaman who when asked at what hour the spirits consumed the food thus offered to them replied that It was at the same smellingtlowerspertinent to discussion of this mystery care and reflection on the story has the admirable effect of giving a newclr standpoint from which to study the our Itunloved tlIstl ftrightChinese ceremonies do show affectionate to or pious remembrance and whether the dead are indifferent or not the reflex action on the living Is effectively brought to bearbBlack Friday bad Now children said the Sunday pcclassanythingboyliedonetheA Good Buggy For Sale Leesvllle Mo Light Luke Bel monts new buggy is for sale Ho got still married last week you knowml 5r e w c e TOBACCO FOR THE NAVY forOfficersThe American naval officer and there Jacky smoke and chew This Is a tact of which the Government takes offlcla cognizance and recognizes in a way lnexpensltycently the Navy Department had un der consideration the award of a con tract for 150000 pounds of cut plug tobacco and In November next bid will be called for another supply of like amount The contract under which the supply is now being fur fished was secured on a basis of a bid of 40 cents a pound Twenty nine bids are now under considerntlo- ho the prices ranging from 30V cents IIpound to 48 cents The contract will1 not necessarily be let to the lowest bidder but to the one supplying at flume lowest price the grade best suited forII the purpose Practical Chewing Tests Each bidder Is required to submitt turhbels are removed and secret Identlfl cation marks substituted are dividedI a Into small lots part being sent to chemist for analysis and a goodly yardelIng among men for practical test the opinion o the officers and Jackles being take t1esuIts are reached by the process o 1 tlelimination until the selection of thecdown to two or three samples which are bound to be favorites These favorites are then taken up with regard to the chemical test and the contract Is awarded so that perhaps the lowest bidder has no consideration whatever when tne final result is obtained While heretofore the navy supplied the men with the tobacco a very In Is ferlor article free of cost the Gov crnmcnt now Insists upon the best grade which it sells to the sailor at the contract price plus a very small percentage to cover the cost of luau dUng Only such tobaccos are consld whlcli nre manufactured from pure leaf tobacco of the growth of the current or preceding year In which contract Is made and which shall have undergone a natural sweat now to Tell Counterfeits tlAnyg and Printing where Uncle Sam Is the much soughtafter green cks comes away impressed with the Intricacies of the manufacturing of a paper note Few Indeed understand rule of four adopted br the Government as an aid In thwarting the plans counterfeiters Acquaintance with rule of four might help many people of the outside world In detecting counterfeit money Every note printed the Governmentnational currency not bank notes contains a number a letter no two bills having the same number These are printed as visitor can see in the blocks of four as they leave the plate printers table For instance n number will be found on a note 58383 with the letter In the upper left hand and lower right hand corners another bill bears number 70988 D another 42500 B These numbers and letters have a re tion for each other and are easily de termined The last two numbers on note determine when divided by four the letter to be found In the two corners Should the last two numbers divisible by four with a remainder one the letter appearing should be if two remain B It three remain and If the last two numbers arc exactly divisible by four with no remainder the letter appearing should I1Rcst the Bones of Pocahontas The proposition to bring back to the ancient city of Jamestown the body of Pocahontas In connection with the ex position at that place has aroused con siderable Indignation both In England In America by people who believe that such a step Is nothing more than uiovG Intended as a sideshow feature the exposition While It Is true have been Instances of a disturb ance of a grave wade hundreds of years before as In the recent case of Ad iral John Paul Jones still the cases cannot be compared One Is a man who much to do with the preservation the American nation and navy the was the central figure in a bit of surrounding the settlement of country by English settlers Po It Is true was a native Amer an which John Paul Jones was not Pocahontas married an Englishman lived and died In England and traditions of her later life were sur rounded by all that Is English The London Standard in comment- Ing on the movement to bring her1 hotly America cites pages from n book by American writer tending to show the life of Pocahontas was a trn dition and poetical version and add- Ing If the original myth Is really believed by the people of Jamestown only hope they will do something to answer the audacious skeptic that has impugned it- Toothache or Appendicitis P A movement looking to time better of children Is spreading It Is proposed now that the tooth brush be a part of the curriculum of schools and that dentists should sit regularly the children attending Doctors have spoken very on the usefulness of taking nics and similar medicines In order promote better digestion or to purity the blood when a constant system of poisoning is going on In the mouth It Is claimed that much poor iand weakness In children comes from dental decay A noted physician declares that appendicitis Is caused by teeth Take your choice either have your teeth extracted or your ap cut out The doctors get you way going or coming To Be Reunited Have you seen my poor dear little duckling asked the distressed but be witching young mother duck Ah I madame replied the polite but hungry fox I have inside Infor on that point you will soon meet your little one I X STOP LANDGRABBING I THE DUTY OF CONGRESS IS TO AMEND FAULTY AXD ANTI 0 UA TED LAND LAWS President IIIIIof the Great Northern Railroad Coils Attention to Cnor tnous Disposals of Government Land Without Settlement Into Homes DulletlnaThere will be people enough to charge that President Hill1 of the Great Northern Railway dl not come Into court with entirely clean hands In the vigorous denunciation of rne cent speech before the National Irrlga flan Congress at Portland This how ever does not necessarily detract from feew men In the country are better qualified to speak upon the blighting effects of the dishonest policy which has appro priated millions of acres of valuable lands only to exclude from them th urinal settlers who would have devel oped them President Hill Is a railroad manage- nd r railroads depend for profit upon wellacultivated country A railroad ctend through territory without farms or commonid ties must suffer serious disadvantages ownednL nd controlled by mere speculators de verfy likely spoke by e when he charged that those win go upon Government land at this time for the purpose of making homes ar only a handful Rapid Disposals of Public Lands His figures showing the rapid In crease In area of public lands have passed Into private since 1898 possess a significancewhichjj startling Nearly 90000000 total area equal to three times the State of Pennsylvania have been awarded to private owners In the six years from 189S to 1903 Inclusive very little of which according to President II111 has become the property of homestead seekers The bulk of it has become the holdings of the lumber kings cattle barons and speculators pure and 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per haps you could authorize me to take this handing me a slip of paper con 11taming on it the name of a drugasI a stimulantharmless I believe and more efficacious than other medicines I was tired out last night with the new piece and I have so much to doso much Tell me could you recommend it And there was a quaint appealing touch in her voice Humph I Im not sure It is only c in the experimental stage as yet Still it might have the effect you wish One cautiouslyt oftcourse I will be careful I promise i thati let me see I said and I walked across the room to my desk prep j I THREW COAT OVER PROSTRATE 1scription I must ask you to report progress Let me see you again And that was the beginning Subsequently I saw Miss Varnay on a good many occasions and she seemed brighter while now it was I who suf t fered as our friendship grew and I hated the thought of the battle she I had had to wage with tho world fo her life was not all flowers and incense to her beauty and histrionic talent Her season in town was only brief for once in a way I had read the theatrical announcements with sedu lous careand then she was going to the Argentine for a tour through South America which commenced at Buenos Ayres and a month later I called upon her at the hotel where she was stay ing and asked her to bo my wife but the look which came into her face told me at once how vain were my hopes Yet the way in which she reusedI was perhaps worth It all If you can talk like that to me sho eald tenderly as she laid a hand a- my n arm you can be a friend and I r therertnglyNoscarcely oneI went back home sad at heart feeling that work was the only panacea though may be at times the doctrine of toll is rather overdone And as I thought and thought the night bell rang It was nothing extraordinary Some times the police require my help but as I opened the door it was not to see silver buttons and a bulls eye lantern but a wizened looking man You are a doctorrYesThen let me come in I did as tho visitor desired and le- the d way to my consulting room whero I turned up the light to see that the mana clean shaven onetime smart Individual did indeed require aid Heart I muttered Yes he said Who are you It doesnt matter Im going and somehow the red lampits habltIcame in and he sank Into a chair with the air of a runner who is far spent Not much help was required I was sure of that for there was a telltale something presaging the end I want to bo blotted out of the world said the newcomer forgotten forever I know its near and he sat farther back in his chair I am quite beat Goodbye Come come I said That for a story and I forced him to swallow some brandy and water Now It is no use doctor But I tell you it is No no I am ono ofJtfco beaten Let me go- Bo a man J Let me die he said In a faint voice It Is tho only thing I ask now Here doctor you are tho lastand you seem a friend Take it its gold take Itno scruples and ho thrust a small bag into my hand The bag fell with a clinking sound to the floor as I leaned over my visitor Dead Quito dead I muttered There could be no doubt of that Not a scrap of identificationnot so mncu as a letter a card an initial on his linen It was hopeless Not a word of his story of how he came to be fainting at my door of what trouble It was the nature of the blow that had caused him to quit the world without a regretWhat could I do Hero was a man who wished to hide everything to be a nameless victim and he had selected my surgery in which to die But there would be police inquiries every kind of publicity necessary and unnecessarythe unknown tho mystery of Dr Raymonds surgery etc I saw it all Lurid contents bills a crowd in the street and ting ting tho bell againthis time a District Mes senger boy who handed me a note Dear Dr RaymondPlease come to me at once I badly need your help You will think perhaps that I have not been fair to you but I dared not explain Yet now come please You have proved yourself a friendYours sincerely ESTELLE VARNAY Very well I said to the messenger There is no answer TilE LONG THE FORM In her private sittingroom at the hotel I found her but she was not alone I went forward eagerly Is there something to bo explained away I said Can youItShe checked me with a glance It is not that Nor No no It Is becauseYou said farewell this afternoon and told me not to hope I jerked out I know and she held out her hand toward tho young man who seemed to wish to blot himself out in a corner of the apartment Come she whispered to the stranger this is our friend and then to me Do you care for me stillI bowed my head Then she cried earnestly surely only tho better part of that feeling will be left to a man like youdeep friend ship when I tell you that this man is my affianced husband and that there fore thero was only ono answer I could make to you Your affianced husband I cried Yes she said excitedly You should hear all Ho came to England on business and suddenly he seemed to bo lost for we heard nothing and we might never have heard but for the detectives =But for you Estelle murmured tho stranger Ho killed a man in a fightnot in selfdefense but in defense of a woman who was being illtreated and=It was about like that said the stranger but sir he went on turn Ing to me I did not want my own name Dallas in this Well well I dont suppose I should have struggled to be free of It if it had not been for herHis enemies were ruthless cried the girl It was not his fault and he Is my lovo I have lived and worked to save himho who would not help himself by declaring who he was You aro an actress Miss Varnay Tell meyou are not acting nowIs this all true This man Is no friend Estelle came in a husky voice and the speak er a youngishlooking beardless but strong man muffled in a long cloak tools a step forward and I noticed the wellcut refined features We will manage without his aid pleadedYesThere she cried I knew it Law rence Dr Raymond is our friend I hope I am Mr Dallas I said andjI held out my hand which the other now eagerly grasped You can help Believe me I shall endeavor to show my gratitude A sudden idea had struck me There might be a way I said pleadedI at once and go to my house The girl acquiesced at once and en m route passing through tho shadowy streets I learned fully how the escape had been accomplished and how she had contrived and plotted to get a messago through to him succeeding where probably others would have failed Just because a lovely womans wit Is transcendent when difficulties are greatA medical man Is like a priest so far as the Inviolability of those things which come to his ears are concerned but I should be sorry to be the repos itory of many such secrets But just then calm thought was Impossible for I could feel that the girls arm touch Ing mine trembled and I thought what might have been Here Is the house I said at last rousing myself You feel that you are In no Immediate danger sir On tho contrary I feel that I am always in danger Ah Keep back in the shadow goodTwo policemen passed us talking and It was only when they had turned the corner that the girl gavo a sigh of reliefNow quick 1 Come I said For I had made up my mind My visitor of tho nightthe bearer of an impossible burden of a tremendous sorrow wished to be lost to be un known Was 1 doing him a wrong I thought not It was not he but his form his existence or rather what had been his existence that I wished to subserve In the Interests of these two That there would be inquiries about a piece of cold clay seemed a matter of extreme doubt It was not probable that anyone had seen that solitary way farer of the night who lay there dead and now that all was well with him he would I doubted not have cheerfully consented to aid tho cause of these two friendsmy friends This is what I propose I said averting my glances from the girl You are In convict garb Yes yes Then quick come with me And leaving the girl who had sunk Into a chair I led the excaptlvo up to my dressingroom through tho hall past the surgery door which was ajar showing the light within Now you must change I said The transformation did not occupy him long and when we rejoined Miss Varnay ho was a different looking In dividual and might have walked the streets with safety I felt eager for them to go Goodby I said and the girl seized my hand Will there be 00Pursuit I cried No Mr Dal las will have no need to look around now I promise you that How can I thank you sho said wistfullyBy the success of my plan Farewell Go It was an hour later that the scheme was completed and then tho castoff garments of the exprisoner had an other owner and I wiped my stream ingbrowThere can be no mistake I said to myself and I took a turn up and down the room before throwing the long cloak Dallas had carried over the pros trato form Now for it and giving ono more glance around I seized my hat and went out into the street where I did not have to look long for what I soughta constablelelsurely making hisroundOfficer I said t- He turned sharply Dr Raymond sir ho sald Whats wrongA man Is lying dead in my sur gery heart failure and ho Is wearing convict clothing Dead sir I will come at once Half an hour later all that was mor tal of a supposed captive who had fought his way to freedom was taken away If doubts arose I never heard of themin fact the affair died away except In my mind She had told mo that if matters had been different I should not have asked In vain but ah she loved that man as though he were a god Heaven grant that ho loves her as well Well it is not every man who loses that has that much to the credit side in the ledger of tho past The Happy Dutch Cow Pastoral scenes are proverbial for their quiet beauty and the spirit of contentment which they breoduut you must go to Holland to find the highest type of this Idea In Holland cows are as much a part of the family as the Irishmans pig Tor one member of the family always sleeps In the stable to wntchand often the place Is made a sort of family sitting room The cow stable is generally a large building paved with brick upon which the cow Hosstraw being scarce There is a brick paved passage down the centre at one end of which is a coveredthose used In the house proper Sometimes the entire family will gather In the stable In the evenings enjoying the warmth of the fire and exchanging the talk of tho day while the cattle always placed with their heads facing the central passage chew their cuds and seem to thorough J THE DUTCH BELTED COWS ly enjoy the human companionship These cows are seldom brown most of them being either black or white or of the two colors mixed and be cause of the fertility of their pastur age and the care taken In their keep they are capable of giving large yields of rich milk In no place In the world are cows as a rule made as much of and from the annual yield of butter It would seem that the care la not taken in vain Norways Caution From the Detroit Free Press Having taken note of how things are going la Russia it is not surprising that Norway should have displayed no greater baste In securing a ruler KAISER AN ART CRITIC Small Talks on Continental and Canadian Affairs It is well known that the German Emperor has a fine taste In matters of art He has recently given a dem onstration of his own imperial will and severe judgment In such matters Sometime ago the German Protestant community of Moscow solicited his aid In building a church to be named the Temple of SS Peter and Paul His majesty readily undertook to be responsible for all the lamps and can delabra to be used and asked for their designs for these things as well as for a plan of the Interior On examination the Kaiser found the designs so far out of harmony with bis owu taste and with the style of the building that he at once set to work correcting anJ sketching and when the whole bad heed made to his M rd he entrusted them to the oicLltect charged with the restoration of the Mctz Cathedral with Instructions to execute the work according to my ideas and intentions On his recent visit to Paris the Shah of Persia was fanned night and day by relays of perspiring attendants c KAISEIl WILIIELM Little Prince Edward of Wales is already showing n delightful sturdi ness of diameter lie has a profound dislike for arithmetic mill shares in the axiom Multiplication is vexation I The matter of a minute may be 1 fraught with the greatest importance The old saying First come first served holds good when sons of the I British aristocracy make their entry into this world In 1S01 twin sons were born to the Countess of Clan carty the elder of whom made his Infantile bow to the world as Lord Kllconnel a future double baron and viscount an earl n marquis of Hol land and lord of 25000 acres while his younger brother had to content himself with the modest appellation of Master Power Francis Le Poor Trench and the prospect of a younger sons portion Mlle de Rosen daughter of the Russian Ambassador when she makes her debut in society will receive from the Czarina the badge and the title of Titular Maid of Honor to her Majesty The Canadian Government House at Ottawa known ns IUdeau Hall is a quaint oldfashioned palace of gray stone replete with queer chlmmeys and odd corners It Is on the east bank of the wild Rideau River and In winter when the trees are leafless is In full view from the other bank The Canadian Government House social functions during the season Include- a couple of dances at Christmas time a state ball after Easter musicale In the Lenten season skating and tobogganing parties every Saturday in winter several garden parties In the early summer and a neverending round of dinners Many of the cus toms and courtesies traditional of the old monarchial days are faithfully preservedRussias cross of St Andrew has a remarkable peculiarity attaching to It All who are decorated with It have the right once to demand a pardon for a Russian subject condemned to death Japan was the last nation to enter the circle of the worlds powers but pedigrees He Is the 112th In unbroken direct descent the founder of the house be ing contemporary with Nebuchadnez zar COO B 0 Five thousand dollars Is about the average cost of a dinner In the Turk ish Sultans palace The meal com prises fifty or more dishes dally and the Sultan generally partakes of from five to six Every dish before It reaches the royal table is tasted in the kitchen by the royal Grand Vizier to guard against poison It Is then sealed and taken to the Sultan The vast cost of these repasts comes from the fact that the guests and retainers expensedanyvan Calava Swell London Attire The latest notes from London state that fashionable young men during the sprIng and summer seasons have been Ideallyl clad in green The outfit was as follows Olive green Trilby hat Lincoln green flannel Suit like Robin hoods archers with sea green stripes strIpedlIul1nelsago green socks relieved with pale green spots The boots were to be left to the taste of tho wearer A green thingAnthat In this country a shotgun would be the most effective A Tempest in a Watermelon growSo10000 damages are claimed arisen out of a 35cent watermelon It ap Washingtonone of his neighbors charging her with the theft of one watermelon of the value of 35 cents and that when the police court Judge heard the testi mony be solemnly declared her not guIlty The lady has felt very much hurt over the charges of her grocer and so now has entered suit In the Supreme Court of the District of Co lumbia for 10000 damages t COFFEE DOES HURT l Make the trial yourselfleave off Coffee 10 days and u- sePOSTUM FOOD COFFEE in its place L f Thats the only way to find out 1 Postum is a sure rebuilder and when you cut out the coffee and use Postum instead you get a taste of health for the aches and ails begin to leave You may THINK you know but you dont until after the trial Remember Theres a Reason LCet the little bock The Road toWellsvUIe In each pkf THE RACYCLE SPROCKETS Like No 2 Grindstone are Hung Between the Bearings t i Yfes 4z 4 f Which Stone will Turn Easier The Racycfe Rides Further with onequarter less work MIAMI CYCLE MFC COMIDDLETOWN O- HIOOLDSMBILES THE CAR for 1905 THAT GOES Highest Workmanship Lowest Priccsj J Cars for Immediate Delivery rlds Motor Works DETROIT MICH International Harvester Co GASOLINE ENGINES When equipped with an I IIC gasoline engine tho farm the dairy the mill the threshing machine or the husker and shredder can be operated more economically than with any other power Farmers who have water to pump wood to saw feed to grind or corn to shell can do this work at a minimum cost with I H C engines f iJ i I H C HORIZONTAL ENGINE- I H C gasoline engines aro mado in tho following sizes 2 3 and 5 H P vertical typo stationary 6 8 10 ia and 15 II P horizontal type stat ionary ando 8 10 12 and 15 H P horizontal typo portable WRITE FOR GASOLINE ENGINE BOOKLET International Harvester Co of America Incorporated 7 Monroe Street Chicago Ill U S A FARnER and PLANT BREEDER J Work of Assistant Secretary Willet M Hays GUY KLLIOTT MITCHELL 9c The country has realized for some time that it lies In Its Secretary of Agriculture a real farmer its new Assistant Secretary is likewise a farmer and unless all records and ap pearances are false a good one He has the valuable faculty of knowing how to do things and at the same time to be able to tell others how This Assistant Secretary is V511ett M Hays Professor Hays was Secretary Wilsons choice for Assistant Secretary after Colonel Brighams death and it ap pears as though Professor Mays ap pointment was anything but a political one There is a flno entente cordial between these two broad auge men and the work of the Department has taken a distinct forward sweep since Mr Hays appointment lIe put his r shoulder to the wheel at once and seemed able to ilispotiso with the usual two or ilnvt mouth OL breaking in I PCr n p WILLETM HVYs A 1STI VST sECRE TAUV OF AURICTLTtKE i which an Assistant Secretary for n big S department usually undergoes He fits l his environment well wherever he hap pens to be Instructing his classes in 1 the field at the University of Minne tr sota located Just between the Twin 1 r Cities you would have suspected that t Professor Hays seldom visited St Pa- ultor Minneapolis on the other hand you see him walking along the in Washington you Would- r scarcely expect him to be able to drop a straight furrow But in coming city ward and wearing a crease in his trousers he has not lost his straight HYHU1UI21XU lorwaru way 01 laiung people ai their word and believing just what they say asked him for a photograph to accompany this letter remarking that would like to have one of him as looked as last saw him down on the farm would be arrested if he went around Washington looking as he was then and gravely responded that had no photograph such as wanted takenrBreeding up Plants The work which has made Professor Hays most famous is his plant broeding hJ SHOWING JJIIROVKMKNT IN TIMOTHY BY liltUEDING experiments He is the wizard of farm plant life as Luthor Burbank is of hal ticulture lIe has taken wheat and bred it up by selection and hybridiza tion covering periods of five and ten so that tho improved strain yields probably 25 to 30 per cent heavier He has done the same with flax and with timothy and with corn and other farm crops This has en tailed the most painstaking work con tinued year after year but always with gratifying results The average wheat yield ot tho Northwestern States Minnesota and the Dakotas ranges as remember from thirteen to fifteen bushels to the acre which Is about the average for the entire United States Increase this say onefourth by simply using this new seed as in the case of thousands of acres in the State of Min nesota and figure out the gain to the country And this is only from re sults already obtained in seed improve ment To Double the Wheat Yield The wheat breeding work is going on steadily and Professor Hays says that he has probably not yet reached the hnlt way point in increased yield In the work of simple wheat breeding by selection each grain is planted and cultivated separately a thousand of them III rows each one like a tree and then the best ten heads are selected from those thousand plants and the plumpest grains again selected from those tell heads Then you are ready for the planting of next year And so on for ten years In hybridization thre are many moro pains taken lire the best specimens of two differ ent varieties are crossed upon each other by hand pollination and tho com plex system of selection simultaneously carried on year by year But the labor is more than justified by tho results Other experiments have been successfully carried along under Professor Hays with the idea of changing the constituents of the crops putting more protein or muscleproducing elements in the grain and forage crops just as the beet grower works to put more sugar into his beet- sPractical Farm Teaching All this work is technical it might be the doings of the recluse The other side of Professor Hays makeup stands forth when he gets out on a swing round the circle and preaches what he knows when he distributes literature and delivers lectures to the farmers In halls or from tho rear plat forms of trains a practical educator More agriculture in our national stern of education is his slogan practical farm education that will enable man to farm better and make more money at it lIe urges tho consolida tion of the small rural schoolsbring ing four or five them into one good sized school where more competent teachers can bo hired and a much broader education afforded The Interesting thing about his boys at the University of Minnesota was that they were there to study plants and animals and then go back to the farm They were at a college to be sure but I I WHEAT IN THE FIELD L I I he I he he hho I i years I l s a of I they were lalclr n sort of high sdioal agricultural course many of them for one or two years and were not figur ing on getting a diploma and then leaving the farm and striking out for some city as is unfortunately the history of so many of the graduates of the agricultural colleges Working through the Toys Do your new methods stick with the boys when they set back on tho old farm I asked How do the boys fathers take it Oh they think at first when the boys go home and want to make changes that we are teaching them a lot of newfangled notions After the first year perhaps they let the boy take a try on a small scale Then with the good results shown by tho trial they are more than likely to come around by the second or third year and there is apt to bo quite a shaking up of placeYou way teaching the older farmers but you can get at them through the boys A WHEAT FLOWER ENLARGED A Imago bulletin which Professor Iras wrote for the Department of Agriculture some four years ago on broughthIshe outlined numerous possibilities of increased production of all crops through plant breeding Every man trottinghorsohas 4 by breeding And Professor Hays drew a parallel step by step between the improvement of the Wealthy apple tracing its history and improvement from the tree developed by Peter M Gidden of Minnesota and Messenger an imported English racing horse which became the leading progenitor of the American racing or trotting I tJ tr rni wiinrw i IU I I WHEAT ROOT SYSTEM horse nnd he thus showed that plants were capable of the same development by breeding as are animals- If you are interested in learning something about plant breeding you might write to your Congressman for a copy of Bulletin 2D of the Department of Agriculture or probably Professor Hays himself has a few extra copies FROM POLE TO EQUATOR Arctic Explorer Now Penetrating the Heart of Africa Whether in the frigid grip of the north polar country or the burning sands of tropical Africa the Duke of Abruzzl seems equally at home This Italian scientist who made such a high reputation by hits recent arctic explora tions has started for unknown regions of Central Africa with a fully equipped expedition proposing to explore the Ruwenzorl Mountains and climb their highest peaks This range crosses the Equator in the vicinity of the Lakes Nyauza whence flow the waters of the Nile It Is some eighty miles long a vast pile of blac rock hurled upward In some ancient convulsion of Nature The English explorer Stanley found Puwenzori twenty years ago It was pointed out to him as a big salt moun- taIn As the sun ascended it assumed shape before his viewa great moun tarn clothed In snow and It took him weeks of travel to find out that it belonged to a range Stanley believed that the Iluwcnzori range and the Mountains of the Moon which can be found on old maps are Identical Ac cording to the old geographies the waters of the Nile rise In the Moun thins of the Moon The Duke of Abruzzl has a difficult task before him to conquer the Mona rains of the Moon even though their summits fall somewhat short of that orb A large quantity of supplies must be carried on the backs of natives and though the start will be made in the most torrid of tropical climes the party will soon ascend into temperate regions and then trudge for months in u truly polar climate Milk la Your Tea The use of plenty of milk with tea says The Lancet London is a wise precaution and must be regarded as a sound physiological proceeding since the protelds of milk destroy astringency and probably prevent the other wise injurious action of tannin on the mucous membrane of the stomach InI the intestinal juice the protelds are separated and the tannin probably cow blues with the sodium salts The im moderate drinking of tea is an un questionable evil but on the whole we are inclined to think that the evils of teadrinking have been exaggerated The real dilllculty Is to convince peoplet that a lightly drawn infusion givesI them their moneys worth The Department of Agriculture is just issuing an attractive illustrated bulletin on school gardens In his in troductory Dr Galloway Chief of the Bureau of Plant Industry says that as agriculture in its broadest sense is the primary basis of wealth in the United Stales it seems essential that efforts should bo made in our general educational system to bring early to the mind of tho child facts which will heat value as the importance and necessity of work There is no better way to do this ho says than through a and well conducted system of school garden training which early awakens interest in an industry which means much to the future prosperity of the country When the work of handling Congres sional free seed distribution was turned over to the Bureau of Plant Industry several years ago efforts were made to arouse interest on the part of members of Congress with large city who might bo able to encourage tho school garden movement through the distribution of specially prepared seed packages Since then millions of packages of seeds have been distributed GROWTH OF RAILROADS INTERSTATE COM MISSION PLACES PAR VALUE AT 13 MILLIONS More than Three Quarters of a Billion Dollars Paid Out Annually by the companies in Salaries to Over a Million Regular Employees The annual report of the Interstate Commerce Commission giving rail road statistics at the end of 19OJ shows the enormous total of 297073 miles of railroad In the United States More recent railroad construction has brought this figure up to numIborhi the report was 2101 That the railroads are prosperous Is shown by the fact that only 1323 miles of road were In the hands of receivers The total number of locomotives In use was 40713 and of cars exclusive of those owned by private companies 1708000 Of these 39000 were In the passenger service and 100 000 engaged In Rattling freight Prac tically all the passenger locomotives and cars were equipped with air brakes and automatic couplers and the same was true of freight locomo tires and a large majority of freight carsThe number of persons on the pay rolls of railroads In the United States was 1290000 with annual wages mud salaries amounting to 817598000 Time par value of the amount of railway capital was or a capitalization of i1 EGG per mile Six Per Cent Dividends Of the total capital stock out standing 42 per cent paid no dividends The amount of dividends declared during the year was 221941000 or a little over G per cent on dividendpaying stock The number of passengers reported as carried by time railways In the year was 714H000 The number of tons of freight carried was an Increase over the previous year of over five and onehalf million tons UXEXPLODED PROJECTILES Danger Lurks ThereinChinese Inquisitiveness Proves Fatal The dispatch coming from the Far East of the killing of neatly a dozen people by the explosion of a mine near Chcfoo brings to light incidents going to show that the land In the vicinity of Port Arthur Is a fertile Held of un exploded land mines and shells When the Russians were shelling the Japanese positions near the vii loge of Sulshlylng many shells fell In the localities desired by the gun Pointers but the ordnance was of such a defective quality that they failed to explode A good lot of these projectiles have lain where they fell objects of the careful and Inspection of the wondering and speculative villagers On one occasion a dispute arose as to the danger In these Innocentlooking pieces of Iron and a bold native to prove his contention that they were harmless as well as his bravery struck one of the missiles with a big stone This was going a little too far and he hit It on the nose the ten1 der spot of projectiles It exploded with It terrible noise killing ten of the Interested spectators Another Chinese discovered a shell which had found a resting place in the fresh water lake Just behind the Russian naval dockyard of Port Ar thur At that time the lake was one mass of ice and the head of the shell was just sticking up through the frozen mass John Chinaman was at tracted by the shining brass screw at time top and went out on the ice to try to pot it oft Good metal was worth having In the land of the Oriental and this Is what attracted him He used an old nail to remove the tempt lug object ills inquisitiveness was a dear lesson for his family although the pieces were never found 1 or IL i P i r + rWhMYrtkttl t741Lj riSC- HOOL r GARDEN WORK emphasizing agricultural wellmanaged constituencies COMMERCE 13213121000 1309899000 Investigation unfortunately in this way in the cities and the result has been that much school garden work has been organized and thousands of pupils have learned something of grow ing plants- A small tract of land back of the De partment of Agriculture Building has been set aside for model school garden work The bulletin in question has lllustra tlons of a number of successful school gardens in various cities and has plans outlined for carrying on such work The following interesting paragraph is quoted from 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well as other Owenshoro peoplo who have como in contact with him will regret his removal ririie Rev J L Rued encceeds him Fridays Owensboro Meescnger Plans to Get Rich Are often frustrated by sudden bred down due to dfspopaia or constipu tloD Bruue up and take Dr Kings New Lite Pills They take out the ii materials which are clogging your on orgies and give you a new start Cure headache and dizziness too At Short V Haynes drug store 26c guaran teed Dan Patch Does Mile in 156 Lexington KyOut GDan Patch the worlds champion pacer today equaled his record I1iO anti nlso broke the tracit record for the fastest mile over trotted or paced over it He was driven by H C Heasey An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a touch ot pneumonia which lett her spellsYwhooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all We got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm the stopped coughing and got stout and fat writes Mrs Oru Bassard- Brubakei Ill This remedy is for sale by Short Haynes f Drugs Ruin Womens Health New York Oct dThe National Wholesale Druggists Association in convention here today chose Washing ton D L as the meeting plac of tnonext annual convention Tno statement that the health of thonsands of yonng women in raral districts is annually impaired for life by drugs which they receive by mail was mace to the wholesale druggists by John Gallagher ot Jersey City who read a communication from the National Association of Retail Drug gists Mr Gallagher appealed to the wholesalers to refuse to sell drugs to thoso fiats in the mail order business who sold vicious and dangerous drugs through the medium of attractive advertising THE RDAL QUESTION Tho real question of disease Is Can 1 bo cured If you or anyone dear to you Is 2losing strength flesh energy I and trytrigbyIt vitality If you are wise to draw tho hue where debility and weakness merge Into consumption Your trouble may not be consumption today but you dont know what It 11W become 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04X1oThe Breckinridge Bank i Cloverport IKy j 7008luW H BOWMBR President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L WGHTPOOT VPreii CHAS B SKILLMAN Last OMh a Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited dtetstlruutree t1NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits 9i dtmimlrlp6 9ifAgtmfilRae tt HHietilisHRHBIi D = I First State Bank IRVINGTON KY G PreidentoS II H KEMPER Cashier i Account of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited S Interest Paid on Time Deposits SS le4A Sellltltr tltInSse4 SaS SatlI S SSS SIBS SiS + = rTHE I The most centrally located and ffl t Fifth Avenue flrstcluss hotel In the city M f2oornto onliiy i Only ono block trots tieV nrir bMtrlct and two blocks ilifl U LshoJiplntt theatre y1Streetcars pass the dour to all parts I leancityLoiI i 1 I I Jr 3rrr+ a3 r 4r7 i PiiJiHiiIt To Attend Sons Wedding Mrs A H Murray left Thursday morning tor Huntington W Va to attend the wedding of her son Claude U Murray to Miss Maude Uoolittle daughter of Judge Doolittle of that city They will reside at Williamson Va whore Mr Murray fs superin tendent of public schools Mr Murray is known here because of his visits to his parents before returning to her home here Mrs Murray will visit re natives at Middloport O Liquid Cream Balm is becoming qatte as popular in many localities as Elys Cream Jtalm solid It is prepared for use in atomizers and is highly prized by those who have been accustomed to call upon physicians for each treatment Many physicians are naing and prescribing it All the medicinal properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form which is 75 eta including a spraying tube All druggists or by mail Ely Brothers r0 Warren St New York Mr McAfee Out on Crutches Edward McAfee who bad both legs broken several months ago is able to be out on crutches It will ho some time however before he can resume his position with tho Henderson Konte as fridge supervisor TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IIIIOMO QUININE Tub lots All Unionists refund thi money If U fulls to euro E11 Groves signature IN on ouch hex Sa- cPredicting Great Success UpToDate Farming official organ of tho American Society of Equity is predicting great success for tho tobacco growers of the country ns a result of their national conventional Owens bolo on October 18 10 and 20 SPUD SELLER IS ARltES fED t Marshal Nichols lees Through Pond To let Harrison Fisher Harrison Fisher a negro whoso home is said to be in the Webster at ighlx rhood is in jail in Louisville charged with retailing liquor witnout license He wan arrested by Deputy United States Marshal C T Nichols of Uweusboro in th neignliorbood of his home last week and taken to Louisville whore he was given a pro liminary hearing before Comniissionor CabBin The evidence against him which was given by several witnesses from Irvington and vicinity warranted holding him over to the Federal grand juryThe arrest of Fishier had an amusing side to the onlooKer if thoro was one but not to Mr Nichols Fisher was in a field when he was captured He saw the officer coming and it is said attempted to draw a gun Mr NicholH was the quickest however and had the drop on him before he conld get it ont The two were ou opposite sides of n pona and it was necessary for th e officer to wilde through it to reach Fisher before ho had an opportunity to broiK away and run Starts barber Shop Carl Ovorton has started a tarter ehop in a room on the second floor of the Fair building No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DoWitts Little Early Risers Theso FatUous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies und weal people enjoy thoir cleans ing effect while strong peoplo say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by All Druggists 1- Q r I k r +rn 4 tAS 4 rr yJ env F nwcDi r y r ij i k The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1003 rS TARFORK Mrs Baum is convalescents F Rev C L Uoff west to Fordsville Friday Mr and Mrs O W Rice were inI Cloverport Wednesday- L C Taul moved his family to Jolly Station Thursday Mrs Mary Dunn hall a hemorrhage 4ofthe lungs Tuesday night Mi und Mrs Tas Pontius of Ball town were in thIs vicinity Thursday N Tuesday night a box party was given nt tho home of Mr and Mrs Owen Elmore Norvan Chancellor and Ivan Bates + Attended the Davids county fair at ti Owonsboro Mrs T N Brickoy of Mattingly spent a day last weoK with her sister Mrs JVm Mingus Miss Mnntrie Purcell and wo- toriwero guests of Mrs Tilitha and Miss Maggie Keenan Tuesday night Rev and Mrs C L Uoff and child + went to Ohio county last week to I 1 1reu her mother Mrs Hawkins Mrs Purcell of Tolly Station visited ilbtrdnughter Miss Montrio Purcell at tho ho rue of Mr and Mrs Samuel i Mullet last week T H Chancellor moved his family s drysgoods into the hona formerly occupied bj L C Tanl Friday Mr and Mrs Thoa M Bates of nor Pingnh paused through here Wednesday en route homo from Jolly Station where they had been visiting relatives d AuiitSnf tjatacnuitiy madua visit of short duration at her old home I last weep and returned with her a MrsaWilsons near Jolly Stato- uSTEPIIENSPORT fi IrvingtonfFridayRH Conn ham a nice line of fancy f groceries Miss Bettie Allen hat returned from Indianapolis Z Mrs Georgia Sargent of Fordsville I will move hero soon Miss Blitz of Louisville is visiting at the Bennett housei Mrs L D Fox Is improving after I r nelaseveral day illness 1lHsIILizzie Petit and father havo f xeturnedlfroiu Uniontown I IUeorge Driskell has moved his family here iota Louisvita Mrs OJ W Payne and Mrs d Ifyyne were in Irvington Sunday Mrs Jaw BrooKa and Mrs S B Schopp have returned trom Louisville Mr and Mrs A S Stiles were gnats of their aunt Mis Pike Conn Sunday Miae Roberta Brodiw spent the lily at the Conn nonae Satnirtay en route to Hanlinslinrg Nothing to Fear Mothers used have no hesitancy in uoutinuiiiK to give Uambei Cough Retofdjr to their little ones as it contains absolutely nothing injur lOllS This lernedy is not only perfectly i 4 safe to give small children hut is a medicine of grunt worth and merit i It nas a world wide reputation for its cures of coughs colds and cioup and r can always be reli II upon For sale bv Shotl Haynes BIG SPRING Willie Griffith haw moved to town t Dr Hardawny was hero last week doing dental work Mr1 and Mra Bennett moved to r a Louisville Thursday We ate glad that the onforeuee re I turned Rev Russell ttll us d Mrs1 A D M CaiH of Elizabeth town is here visiting rel- ativesApers To be sure you are growing old But why let everybody see it in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will e Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 years I r am now ovcr JlparA nid and T have a ttdek gluey htald lIir 11111 I a awnudor1rI111lr In It nil duo to Ayer stair Vigor Jilts II IL IHNTIK llfflila Allen fM a bottlo T r AYItn fO 11Alllrlll1iIlA A for I- lHair MIM White L I 25YERS OF- AGONY NOm Boston Business Man Cured ByCuti cura of Awful Humor Covering Head Neck and Shoulders After Hospital and Doctors Failed rgoqMr ness ruse of No 149 Congress Street llostoullass laysII Cuticura did wonders for me For twenty five years I suf feted agony from a terrible humour completely cover lug my head neck nnd shoulders discharging mat ter of such offensiveness to sight and smell that to my friends and even to my wife I became an object of dread At large expense I consult ed the most able doctors far and near Their treatment was of no avail nor was that of thehospital during six months efforts suffered on and concluded there was no help for me this side of the grave Then I heard of some one who had been cured by Cuticura and thought that a trial could do no harm In a surprisingly short time I was completely cured CUTICURA THE SET le Complete Treatment for Every Humour from Pimples- to Scrofula Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle dry without hard rubbing and apply Cuticura Ointment freely to allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood A single set is often sufficient to cure the most tor turing disfiguring skin scnlrablood humours with when all else fails Ciillinrj uvula Olimiitiit eel Nil er olil Ihroiwhout the rorla iMter Ilrng a elsn 1of 5ole troprI ut Do ln UjS inl furiluwuire 1 vX Humour Miss Sallie Williams of Ekron is here visiting Miss Davy Galloway- Mr and Mrs Myor and son Karl returned from Louisville Thursday John H Meador was in Louisville last week attending the ruses and horse show Mt Douglas of Louisville will be here to paper the Methodist church next week Mrs Brid yell of St John visited her son yam Arms last week for a few days 1 W lIar ill is still confined to his lied and there is no prospect of his being fillY hatter A five year old daughter ot Willis Lwsonof noar neSSUn hud dipnther ia tint is saw well Miss Xtlma Ktrotlier arrived home I Friday after a several weens visit with relatives and friends Mrs Sallie Chirksou of Elizabeth town arrived Friday to visit her daughter Mrs W H Strother Mr mid Mrs Mill ward have return ed to their home in Louisville after a visit to their daughter Mrs J D Metdor Mr and Mrs Viige Hardin have returned to their home in St Louis after a week with his parents Mr and Mrs1J 1V Hardin Mr J W OConnor and children of Eliziibetbtown iame Friday to visit her grandmother Mrs Amanda Clarkson and her sister Mrs W H Strother Tho Original LaxatIvE Syrup is Idu nedys Laxative Honey and Tar It expels nil cold from the system by act ing as a cathartic on the bowels It relieves the toveriah conditions of the throat draws out the inflammation cures the cough hud strengthens the mucous membranes of tho lungs and Bronchial tubes Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is a certain safe prompt tumid harmless cure for cOlde oroup and whooping cough Sold by All Druggists GARFIELD Mrs Willie Brl1ln toll is ill of ty phoid fever Prayer meeting at the Baptist church every Sunday night Mr and Mrs Paul Compton wore guests at her fathers Sunday 3 Taylor Compton is moving to his new home at Raymond this week Mrs A A Richardson visited her mother Mrs Anna Norton Sunday Mrand Mrs Mart Tivltt and Dallas Springate Inwo gone to Illinois to rh side Quito a number from here attended children day services at Rosetta Sun dayMr and Mrs Austin LaUrand and baby Charlie are visiting relatives at Irvington Protracted meeting is in progress at Perrin a Great interest is being shown and much good accomplished Warnle Maoy otter nn absence of several years in Fort Worth Texas is hero for a short visit to his parents I and frienas Virgil Priest has opened a restaurant in the back of Mra Olivia Whit worths store nnd is prepaied to serve hot lunch at any time I Annie Belle DeJarnett the grown daughter of Bob and Clara DeJarnett colored died Sunday and was buried at the Wale burying ground Tuesday Mrs Eftie Haynes of Fprdsville visited her fattier Dell Springate last week Hud was accompanied home by her sister Eva who has gone thereto attend school sirs Mflvinin Gregory is at her sons Tom Gregorys for an indefinite visit Mrs Gregory is in her eighty fifth year and is hale HUll well and says she can do as much work as anybody her age Besides her canning and preserving she has dried and sold several hundred pounds of fruit this summer and last week sent forty chickens to market at one time Mrs S J Gray is visiting ner mother Mrs L ClarK near Leltoh fiold and will stay until atfer tho filth Sunday when tier fathers funeral will 1IK preached at the home church there RAYMOND r H H Norton and family visited at J E Morcers Sunday Miss Mary Cashman visited her liar ents Saturday and Sunday Quite a number from here attended court at Hardinsbnrg Monday Leonard Cashmati is on the grand jury at Hardmsburg this week There was a randy pnllinc at Winfield Hendrys Saturday night Hollis Dram of Webster was at J E Mercers one evening last week Mrs Minnie Hyde of Iowa visited at G W Cashman one night last weekRaphael Knott will have a sale October 18 Be contemplates moving to Webster soon Mrs Proctor Knott visited her mother Mrs Nelse Haynes at Norton Valley Friday and Saturday Miss Minnie Msttingly returned tj her home Sunday after spending sevei al weeks with her sister Mrs Janice Arnold at Louisville Leon Cashman sold two oeautiful monuments Saturday to S T and Augustus Barger to he erected at the graves of their wives in the Bruner graveyardAn large crowd was in attendance at the school etoction Sat urday The people all seemed to abhor the question of school tix for the pur pOSt of buying seats Mrs Eliza Jones of Louisville I Mrs J F Clay comb and children of Irvington and Mrs Too Parsons and children ot McDaniels have been visitors at J E Mercers within the past two woks oAi TORI1frc theThe Kind You Have Always Bought ra IRVINGTON Paul IFrost of Louisville was in town Monday IL IL Kemper was in Louisville ThursdayAugust IlHumer of Louisville wits in town Sunday night R M Jolly went to Hardinsburg Monday to attend court Mrs Norm Board and son Jack made a short trip to Louisville Saturday Mrs 13 W Graves and son Junius are iu Owetisbore visiting relatives Mrs Win Cornwall left Saturday for a visit to her daughters in Louisville Mrs Ellen Walls left Monday for II visit to her daughter at New Haven yKMr and Mrs G O Baily spent two days of last week in Louisville on busi I nessMrs Annie Herndon has returned from a lengthy visit relatives in Louis yule Mr and Mrs G T Marshal were in Louisville Wednesday amid Thursday shoppingMiss McClothlan is at home after quite a visit to relatives and friends in Louisville John Taylor Haynes and Henry Wood sou of Brandenburg were in town Sun day afternoon Tony King left last week for Louis ville to take a position with the America u Express Co Di A M Hardavay will bo AtI Irvington to practice dentistry week of October 10 to 22 Will Kvllemvider has gone to Lou isvillle after a several days visit to his sister Mrs j K Bramlett Miss Grace Plank and W B Oelze of Cloverport spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain Mr and Mrs A La Grand of Gar field were the guests of their sister Mrs Tom Thomas last week Mrs Milly Shearii and neice of Skill man have returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs J A Culley Mrs Charlie Redman and children 4 SUFFERED FOR YEARS Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored to Pe=ru=na ateLetters of Grateful Women Cured by Dr S B Hartmans 1tFreeL li1ThousandsJ Ideal Medicine i LOUISE MATI1KK MISS St Burlington Vt Ylccrrcsldcnt Bureau of Exchange writes Your medicine is an ideal womans medicine and by far the best I have known to restore health and strength- I I suffered for several years My back ached I had bearing down pains and frequent head aches II I would often wako from sleep in such pain that I would putter for hours before my oyos would close again I dreaded the Ions nights as well IIoH the weary days 11 consulted two physicians hoping to got relief Finding that their medicine did not poem to euro me a friend ad vised mo to try Poruna I I am certainly glad that I followed her advice for Pcruim was the only medicine for me Every ache and pain disap peared in four months and I urn in perfect health now My earnest advice to suf fcrlng women is to try Pe runs for I feel sure they will not be disappointed in iL Louise Mather Enjoying Splendid Health Mrs L 13 Tyler Santa yy Monica Cal Secretary Santa Monica Musical Society writes I was troubled for over three years with systemic catarrh complicated by female weakness and inflammation This induced frequent headaches nervousness hysteria and sleepless ness which nothing could relieve until I tried Peruna 1 began to feel better after I had taken tho first bottleful and improved from week to week until ut tho end of about eleven weeks I was entirely well 1 I am pleased to say that I have enjoyed splendid health row for nearly a year I have a line appetite enjoys lnltl sleep and do not suiTor train any r Headaches or other painsL K V or will move to their new home at Boone ville Iud some time this week Mitts Lena Simmons has returned from Oweusboro where she has been attending the Daviess county fair Miss Rachel Mudd will go to Louis ville tins week to be the guest of her sister Miss Ivo Mudd for souse time Miss Coral Whittiughill way at home from Friday until Monday of last week the guest of her parents at Garfield John Sidney McMuletiof Greenville Ala arrived Tuesday to 1 be the guest of Miss Ermine Muuford for a few days Mrs W A Hynes and children sad Mrs Olive Hynes left Sunday for Kkron to visit relat veS for an indefinite stay Clarence McGlolhtan left Saturday day night for San Francisco to take a position with the Pacific Hardware nail Steel Co Mrs G W Payne and daughter Esther and Mrs J Payne of Stephens port w re the guests of Mr and Mts S R Payne Sunday Mrs L H Moretnan and son Louis Beunet spent part of last week in Brandenburg the guests of Mrand Mrs A W Moreman iurs J M Lallon and baby will ac company her visitor Miss May Lawson to her home at Haxvesville today to be gone for some time Mrs Win Stith of Louisville and graedson and Mrs Forest Stith qf I GtiPton spent Sunday the guests of Mr I and Mrs W K Brown Dont forget that Dr A M Harda way of Ilewleyville will be here next week from the lath to the 22nd to do all kinds of dental work Mr and Mrs Chas Beard and child ren of Hardinsburg and Mrs R N Hudson of Cloverport visited Mrs Nora Board one day last week Mrs BerfCunuinghaui of nault has returned to her home after a few days visit to her mother Mrs Will GardnerMrs Brueareof Louisville stopp off here for a few days last week to be the guest ot her relatives and friends while on her way to St Louis to live Mrs E O Perrin and daughter Ed mania of Hawesville will bo the guests of their cousins Mr and Mrs T WITH A- COMPLICATION OF An lost Chic 11 Completely Regained tier Health Miss Edith Hcani87a North Main St Dayton 0 writes 1 I suffered for somo time with both lung and female troubles I had been under the treatment ofa good physician for about nine months without obtaining any relief when Peruna was recommended to me After taking twelve bottles of this medicine I have completely regained my health 1 lam pleased to recommend Pcrnna to any one suffering front tho above all ments Edith Reams No testimonials published without Written consent of the writer I N McGlothlau the first part of this weekMrs Chas Hecktold and baby have gone to their home at West Field N J after being the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Davis for a short whileJohn Heston formerly of Cloverport saturIdayI community with the intention of buying later in the full I Edwin Jolly at present attending the 14T S at Beechmont is highly pleased with the school and is looking forward to his home coming for Thanks giving holidays with eagerness Murray Frakes of Indian Territory tail Jas Roberts and uncle Jas Malin of Brandenburg composed a very de lightful house party at Bell View last weekMr and Mrs Jas Hugh Conly and babyl eft Saturday for their home in Wilniingron N C after a weeks visit to Mrs Nannie Herndon and daughter Mrs Nora Board The Afternoon Reading Club will meet at the hospitalele home of Mrs C Chamberlain next Friday at 8UO oclock Miss Edith Marshalas leader will resume the enteresting character rof Victor Hugo and Otis Les Miserables Will Biggs is expected home this week from nil extended trip through the Southern states in the interest of the Dngllsh Woolen Millsof Louisville The Rev W A Hynes timid family left Monday for Lois new work as Pre siding Elder in the Columbia district They leave behind them a host of friends and parishioners who while regretting his being moved from this charge wish him unlimited success in his new field Head Moormans letter on first page A Correction It was stated in tho News issue of September 20 that R J Putteraon and Sam W Carden of Guston had sold out their bunch of seven head of two year old mules for Itii0 It should have been seventeen tread ADDITIONAL IIARDINSBURG The Literary Society of tho high u m FEMALE DISEASES tlealfliand Usefulness America is the Land of Nervous Women fuse majority of women aro nervous because they suffer from somo form of female disease Tho greatest obstacle in tho way olt recovery is that they do not understand that catarrh is tho main source of their illnessWomen who are in doubt as to heir ailments should write to Dr IlixrttbWu President of Time Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O Give him a lull descrip tion of your symptoms previous treatment and age TIc will promptly reply with full di tectlons for treatment free of charge school is very interesting and enter taining Patrons of the school aro in vited to attend Evan Royalty of Louisville roo turned homo Monday after a weeds visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Chintz Royalty Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard left Sunday for Washington D C where Mr Beard will attend the National Bankers Association Miss Lytie Ford returned homo Saturday from an extended visit to rela tives at Denver Colorado Springs and Garden City Kan Amo ie visiting attorneys attend Ing k onrt are Judge J R Wo Leitchfield J R Lay ma j11j 1 ethtown and Jas R SJnlit f Ovensboro nrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Kr rrro p 11No Waiting Here r1 Ic Just tell us how much ilumber you need We x s have all kinds of 1 r Framing materialsi and choice Poplar and 3 X Walnut is 5Jj ccThats the thing uny mmablek to get so quick k mmbefore s Let us have ypisjji t order today Your House BaIT A Stable may needI pairs J t11 iiREMEMBER uJ WoathaA IICloverport 1 K itAA AAAAA7 A AIA IQ k t A ilGroves TastelessChiUTonicjj has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MflH bottles 5Enclosed1r 3 =