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TIDE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IIII1 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative- L L Mitchell For CountyJudge ferns Eskridge For County Clerk W Sherman Ball For County Attorney Allen R Klnclieloe For Sheriff Dennie Sheeran For Superintendent Schools Andrew Driskell For Jailer William J Hall For Surveyor R M Basham i For Assessor Henry Cannon i PUBLISHED IN PAMPHLET FORM WHI be Countys Resources and Needs Important Resolutions The time was too short for an oral response from every county chairman 11 the Fourth ttate Development con vention in Louisville at the roll call of counties last Thursday and thn unread pipers submitted along with the other papers and the speeches of the convention will be published in pamphlbt form and some of them in condensed form in the blsj trade journals of tno country Dr A A Simons of this city chairman ot the delegates from Breckenridge county over half of whom attended the con vention submitted a paper setting forth the countys agricultural pro ducts her resources in the way of fine clays and shale timber nsphalt nat ural gas and oil prospects etc ann important and interesting information regarding the Industries needed by tho county what it needs to make it a richer aid more productive county and what inducements are offered to capital seeking investment t Is believed teat this information being published and sent out to the capitalists and business men of the country will eventually result in much benefit to the counties of the State Ninetyeight counties were represen ted at the convention and there were about fiOO dolegates present The con vention lasted three days ending Thursday night with a bg banquet at the Galt House It was the most successful meeting ot the kind ever held in the State ant it is believed that it will be productive of much benefit to the State at large The next convention will be held at Winchester Resolutions adopted by the conven tion recommend First Revision of the State revenue and taxation laws SecondIstablishmont of a State Bureau of Immigration and Inform tionThirdOrganization of conutv im migration societies FourthBetter equipment for the State Agricultural and Mechanical College Fifth Extension of the school sys tem and establishment of State normal schoolsSixthContinuation of the State Geological Survey A3eventh Creation of the office of + State Forester Eighth Permanency of tho State Fair and selection of a permanent lo cation Ninth Enlargement of the scope of the State Board of Agriculture Colored Republicans Organize The colored Republicans ot this city organized a club last Saturday night witn seventy members The name of the slab is the L L Mitchell I Republican Club It will meet every Saturday night andon Monday night preceding the election The officers of the club are John Harden president a1dWm F Haynes seor et- alyHoods 9 Sarsaparilla enjoys the distinction of being the greata est curative and preventive medicine the world has ever known It is an allround medicine producing its un glugthee blood on which the t health and strength ofevery organ bone and tissue depend Accept no substi j inistbAND ONLY HOODS F PROCEEDINGS OF CIRCUIT COURT Hnrdinsbnrg Ky Oct 17Spo- da1 In the action of Maw E Payne I vs Thou R Carman the defendant tiled his answer of record The plaintiff was given thirty days within which to file her reply the pleadings to be completed within fifty lava and tho case was continued Tho commonwealth recovered one hundred and fifty dollars and costs in the case of the Commonwealth of Kentucky VP the Standard Oil Co The judgment was obtained because cf the fact that the Standard Oil Co peddled oil without first taking out a license as required by the lawJessie L Robertson was granted a divorce from Malcolm Robertson and was restoreil to her maiden nave On motion of the plaintiff the case of Wm D Whitworth vs Sarah M Whitworth was dismissed The case of Albeit Ornm va S W Pate having been settled bv tho parties was dismissed On motion ot the plaintiff the case of Letitia Shellman vs Andrew Mc Afee etc wee continued and alias process was awarded In the action of A B Skillman etc vs Elizabeth 11ayItC a judgment was entered construing the will of Fred Walters deceased On motion ot the plaintiff the action of Charles E Murphy vs Flora Leo Osborne etc was continued until the next term of court The case of Fannie B Mercer vs John B Uanaway was dismissed with leave to be recalled on motion of either party A rule was issued against the plain tiffs requiring tlmn to bo ready for trial at the next February term of court in the case of John Vomia Co vs Mary F Meador The case of U L Hawkins vs Pete Sneeran Bros Co was dismissed Our Magazine Section The following are the features of our magazine section this week MONEY FOR POLITICS i Legisla tion to prohibit corporations making campaign payments THEATRE TRUST WAR The indomitable Belasco giving the show combine a hcht for its life REAL HEART OF THINGS Its found not in the great cities bat in country homes THE SEEDLESS APPLE FRAUD Department of Agriculture denounces scheme as humbug THfc SCANDAL OF SIGNA A short story hy Wyllard THE SAVING OF OREGON How Dr Whitman braved blizzards and deathPALATIAL RR STATION JTew Washington station the finest in the worldVAN CALAVAS EUROPEAN GOSSIP Diplomatic and court intrigue tales abroad DRINK GALLONS OF WATER Practice said to account for Japs Hardihood MARY MOTHER OF WASHINGTON Handsome monument erected by patriotic citizens lie Ought to Have Cared John Allen Smith was knocked inI tho head at Fotdsville last Thursday by Wilson Dooly in rather an unusual way Dooly came up to where Smith was standing and asked Smith if he wanted to fight Smith replied that ne didnt care whereupon Dooly struck him with what is termed as a slingshot rendering him unconscious At last report he was still in a pretty bad condition Hartford Republican Judge Graham Candidate Hardinsbrtrg Ky Oct 17 pt- JOIalJudgo John Graham of Leitch Held is here attending court and serv ing as special judge in the case of B 1 Beard S Co vs Arthur Goodman now on trial The judge is also n pros pective candidate tor the Democratic nomination for congressand is quietly looKing after his fences Sunday School Conventions District Sunday school conventions will be held nt Garnettaville Ekron and Brandenburg on October 20 21 and 22 respectively E A Fox state secretary of the Sunday school association whoI will be at the conventions wilt be at Guston also on the night of October 22 and give his stereopticon lecture which every one should hear The admission will be ten cents Mrs David Wilson and Mrs Trim man Adams spent Sunday at Addison e r The caso of Thos Sweeneys Adtnr vs James M Mason was transferred to the ordinary docket and continued until the next term of court On motion of the defendant the case of H J Balltuan vs Henry Tucker was continued at the defend ants cost The following well known gentlemen compose the petit jury nt this term Calvin Heudrick S E Wag goner Dock Oliver Sam Rice Henry Greenwell Taylor Bell Tom Gamma Wily Rod Butler Ed Goodman John Hartington P P Roberts HeNorton Jesse Maoy R S Carter James Domino John F Mendor F A Pato John Hendriok James T Beard Johu Alexander John Ball and W R Bowman The case of the Harding Miller Music Co vs W A ClarK was Ills missed settled The grand jury were finally discharg ixl Saturday after having returned fortyone iindictments The case of R B Tuttle vs R M Tony etc was continued at plaintiffs cost and he was ruled to be ready for trial at the next term The grand jury failed to find indictments against the negro porter and negro womnu who were under bond in the county court charged with tho murder of Alfred Ray on a train near Stephensport Thty returned an indictment for assault and battery against all four of the men who were with Ray In the difiioulty which occurred at Hudson about two weeks ago be tween Robert Day and Ralph LUCKS the grand jury returned indictments against Day and refused to indict Lucas The suit instituted by Winnie Hall against Flora Maoy for damages for defamation of character will IH tried today OVER THE COUNTY John Richardsons sale of Angora goats at Big Spring was a failure There was only ono lot offered and the best bid was f8J per head Mr Rich ardson rejected the bid He said they wore worth 10 a head to him frr grazlrufHis plucesbows their won derfu Wwork Fields that were covered with coriara nail sassafras bushes are now clean and under a high state of cultivation His goats did the work They ate great s ave igers as well as great fertilizers of the soil Frank Dean shipped from Glend ane Saturday fifty head of steers averaging 1101 pounds John Lyddan of Webster sold to Wm Baskett of Brandenburg last Saturday three fine harness ltorst s at f17l 335 and 350 J C Crutcher Jesse Herinloo John McGavock Ben Bewley and Gco Claycoinb of Webster left Tuesday for Texas and Oklahoma on n prospecting tour Peyton Shumate and family leave October 20 for Los Angeles Cal their future home Mr Sbnmato IB one of our best citizens and leaves behind many friends wno wish hum a long and successful Rio in his new hcrne Abe Richardsons now store house at Garfield is early completed and he hopes to be installed in it in time for the Christmas trade This is ore ol the largest business houses in the county and is a credit to Mr Rich nrdsonH enterprise They have a new way of working the roads in some sections of tho county For instance the road from Garfield to Custer in mummy places is thrown up on the sides and loft low in the middle This sort of roauwork ing Is all right for dry weather but it is no good for the rainy season The money und timo spent for this kind of work had just as well bo thrown in the litah- Organizing Brick Plant Company It is understood that DStuart Miller the ivel1 known coal operator of Owens boro is attempting to organize a company to buy and operate the Patton brickyard if a satisfactory deal can be made with the present owners Mr Miller was here last Friday on business con nected with the project New Exchange at Guston Bowloyville Ky Oct 17Sp- eoialA now exchange will soon be established at Gaston Twentyfive lines will go tutu tbe nev switch board i BELIEVED DEAD MANY YEARS Taylor doff Returns a Wealthy Man Was Partner of Stratton Believed to lhe dead for twenty years Taylor Goff who left Oloverport In 1807 at the age of twentyfive return ed hore lost Thursday trow Grand Junction Col to visit his brother Guns Grit of Tin fork his nephew Eugene Golf of this city and other relatives When he wont to Colorado ho had little means For twentyfive years or uior he has engaged sac oeesfnlly in the mining and real estate business in that and other western status und his wealth now runs easily into tin hundreds of thousands of dollars He owns several gold and silver mUlls und other val uable property at Grand Junction and other points but will not return there on account of failing health going Inatoad to Los Angeles Cal to engaged in the real o tutu business Sir Goll prospected for years with the late William Stratton founder and owner of Independence mine Colorado the richest gold urine in the world and was his partner in an iron mine When Stratton died lastII year he was worth JUlOUOOOl In 1808 Mr Jolt returned to Clov erport tor a short visit and seven years later for a briefer period For twenty years afteOis return to Colorado his relatives hero did not receive any word from hUll and thought that he was dead In recent years only did J they hear from him During part of this time he was in Australia ChinaII and other countries in the far east He started to mane two visits here that accidents prevented One time bv an explosion of dynamite his log I was broken and hue eyes so bat1lyI burned that he could not see for eleven months and not then until an operii ation was performed At another thuIJJ tIll wooden part of a car was demol ished in an accident and his face waj penetrated and disfigured by ninny long splintersIMr Goff married a daughter of ex Governor Sherwood of Oregon HeI has no children and his wife is notI living and he has offered a home in California to evory one of his relatives in this State ruioug whom are Mrs W D Waters a niece and Wm GolF a nephew roth residing at Ownimboro Some of them will accept the offe- rProgram Teachers Association To be Held at McQuady Oct 28 The following is the program of a teachers association to be held at Mr Quad y on Saturday October 28begin ning at 10 a m Welcome addresses 11 Payne Value of punctuality by teacher and I pupils Joel H Pill Preparation for a rcdation by the I teacher By the pupil Andrew Driskell Necessity of cooperation by teacher trustees and patrons G S Wilson Value of a general knowledge of phys iology nnd hmygeneDrSaudhach Kecitatlon Prof Collins Opportunity for an education as otter ed by the public schOolA B Cart- Woman in history Mtes Coral Whit tingbill Real nun of an education C M Payne Need of normal training schools for teachers General discussion General discussions will follow each subjectA invitation is extended by the county superintendent and time teachers of McQuady school to all teachers and those interested in school work to be present and take part C1 Payne Prin ADDITIONAL IIARDINSBURG Circuit court will probably adjontn FridayMiss Amanda Dean of Glen el1D is note the guest of Mrs Blanche Read John Allen Dean of Owensboro V G Babbage of Clovorport and J D Hardin orBrandenburg are attend- Ing court tbtfl week Surveyors Reach Stephensport The government surveying party now making a complete mirvoy of the Ohio river between Louisville and time mouth of the stream are expected to reach Stephensport today as they were just above their yesterday The party consists of about fortyt men and they nave their ovn boat It is thought that the crew will finish Its work br November 1 The weather is tine for the work and rapid progress is being made This crew will continue its work until bad weather sets in 4 fJ f A Matter of Health There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which pro motes digestion This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and theyaccordingly use and recommend it exclusively ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK n CONVENTION OF TOBACCO GROWERS WILL MEET AT OWENSBORO TODAY Owensboro Ky Oct iiiThe annual meeting ot tho National Tobacco Growers Association will be called to order in Owensboro at 10 oclock Wednesday morning und will be in session three day It will probably be one ot the greatest meetings of tobacco growers ever hold in the United States anti delegates will be in attend once trom nearly every tobaccogrow ing ntttte in the union Some of the most celebrated workers for tne bet terment of the tobacco growers will be present and will deliver addresses The sessions will be held in the Grand Theatre the only building in the city large enough to accommodate oin fort ably tbe crowd that is expect ed At least 500 delegates will be pres ant according to the statement of the local tobacco growers who have charge of the arrangements lor time meeting In audition to the accredited delegates there will be a large num bet of tobacco growers from Western Kentucky Southern Indiana and Ten nessee who will come to hear the proceedingsFirst i Days Session Vednesday will be the first dayof active work The morningi session will be giveni to the seating of the delegates the iddress ot welcome anti the tee of President Daven port of time association The aturnoon session will ba given to this announce mont of committees reading of the report of the secretary and the ad dross or President Evoritt of the American Society of Equity followed by discussion The evening session West Virginia Oil Men Here Messrs W G Long anti lit G Gilirer oil men of New Murtinsville W Vu spent several days in this city and vicinity lust week looking over the gas timid oil fields with local parties They may return here in the near future to continue the work of prospecting looking toward the development of these field- sJordanRush Webster Ky Oct 17SpecialL- ee Jordon and Miss Lena Rush of Clifton Mills were quietly married last Wednesday evening Mr Jordan iIs a son of Tim Jordan deceased and Miss Rush Is a daughter of Len Rush deceased Nine Feet Nearer Than Ever The eleventh annual convention of the Ohio Valley Improvement Associ ation will meet at Cairo III Novem her lf 11 anti 17 The Ohio Valley Improvement Asso elation aided and sustained by the publlr spirited citizens of time valley at all points from Pittsburg to Cairo is working tor the improvement of tne Ohio river to the ana that In an im proved state with navigation assured throughout the year it will serve as the great common highway for all interests of the valley to entry cheaply amid reliably their wares to the mar kets both home and abroad Time motto of the association is On To Cairo und tho chances for scouring a ninefoot stage Iroui Pittsourg to Cairo through government appropriation for the work seem moroI favorable than ever r will bo given over to the addresses and discussions of the report of the Com mittee on Order of Business It is anticipated that throe sessions wilt be Held dailyList of Speakers Addresses will be made by John Wesley Gal ties the Tobacco Con gressman of Tennessee H B Sherman national organizer of tho American Society of Equity John S Cunningham of North Carolina S C Adams president of the Interstate Tobacco Growers Association Charles Fort president of the Dark Tobacco Growers Association Felix G Ew ing of Tennessee Congressman A O Stanley of Kentucky and others Discussions will follow the addresses in which the delegates mind all inter ested persons will Ix invited to take part Subjects of Addresses The subjects of addiasso and topics for discussion will include Quantity and Condition ot lliOJi Crop of Tobac co Methods of Growing Storing and Prizing MethodsI of Market iut Srales of Prices to Be Adopted for lllOo ToUioco CVtuinleliou ot Organization Tobacco Clearing houses in Principal Markets Firianu lug 1015 Crop Provision for funds to Maintain tin Orunnixntion anil Transact Business Committr to prepare reports on tthe above topics will bo selected the first tiny of the convention or course the most important worn for the convention will be the fixing of the smile of prices fort hf coming yea- rItichardsons Asphalt Mines Among the resources of Breckenridgo county noted in Dr A A Simons paper to the Fourth State Development convention in Louisville lust week mention of which is ruadn elsewhere ate the asphalt mines at Garfield owned by 1 B Richardson Though these mines Hie not in operation now asphalt from tnem has been aced on tho streets of Louisville and Brooklyn and given entire satisfaction The vions are from three to nine test thick and mire fifty arras in urea Tbe quality of the asphalt is equal to that toned any where in time country Expecting Good Fall Trade The following paragraphs are clipped from the retail field column of BURl ness a new Louisville journal I expect a good full trade is the way W E Brown of Irvington Ky sizes up the situation- S II Hull of T W Hull Bro of Clifton Mills Ky says Ida firm has 1 bought heavily and expects nn excep tionally henvy fall business Paragraphs Transposed M1 In making up the first forums ot this issue of the News the last two para graphs in the article regarding the Cloverport Water Light Ice com puny on page B und the last porn graph under tbe head oCII Bumper Corn Crops in State on the same page were inadvertently transposed OASTOaX lDeueeiha Kind You Hata Always Bought Signature lfoor 1F I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1005 CAPSIIEAP Tu CROWN TR1UA1PI Of Tobacco Growers Will be Coming National Convention pToUato Farming In April l 0i Mr Everitt and Mr Sherman begin the campaign of educa fan and organization in tho tobacco district of Kentucky Since then the organizers from headquarters have ampaignod in Kentucky Tennessee Virginia and Sorth Carolina and the tobacco growers art better organized than any other class of farmers The result hits been that the price of tobacco has been raised from an unpro fitable basis to one of dignity and pro fit One National Convention has been hold smd now the second one approaches Tobacco growers havo shown their power nnd tasted the Hweets ot independence Nothing can turn them hack from the determination to com pletely rule their business The com ing convention we expect will bo rot cnpsheaf to crown then complete triumph in controlled production con tiollad marketing and price making Come to the convention Every tobacco grower hue mado enough extra g from his crops to justify attendance hut what ho has made measures as rents against dollars when compared to what is in store fcr each In the future Delegates from moro than twenty ounties had been appointed before September 1 and tho intense and ac rive interest displxyed everywhere in the tobacco sections fortells a great meeting and insures success The leaders and best informed planters are busy with plans for the future control of tho tobacco crop tho best of which will be selected by delegates and put into offect directly after tne conven tion Nothing to Fear Mothers need havo no hesitancy in continuing to give Chamberlains ongh Remedy to their little ono as it contains absolutely nothing injur ious This remedy is not only purfentry wife to give small children but Is a medicine of groat wortli and merit it Irate a world wulo reputation for ite cures of coughs colds and cioup and rna always be rellll upon For sale by tfhott C Haynes nentht iCupheoiINni I canuut tell when the ciisloin nrow hut I know that il W sn u itoiiiHrv In Now Kiitflnml U sn than a r nlurv ngn iu auuoiiiKv a suicide lu the 111 of deaths by euiJuiiilsiii UN In this city Jst lust A IV Htnldfiilv 1 II wtiN no OUI1UUII Hut I OU HwillfJ MlHl U hot let fly ow would UlulfIlIuulltl tuiec lliiti the deceuntd liud liikcn his mvn lift MliOM wart hit dflv when inw iiiMrs atrceufrINNrstrilr rvhttolHarannulI icHin vvlietliir of Joy ur Morrow In HvldualH hud Mime jtrivmv Another cMiHioniinl In regnd hI leutli titI tin ptmiNf If iuivlliln shdiihl lIIIIIi lIrsttnt K enU of making tliHr will or milking any doll niit umiiijjfMiPiil cunccriilit thrir I n cMxioliH In Itiiuythinic flmiiM hap INs to them Tli 1pbniw In tilniiixt invariably IIMK vliecp dfiilhi hourly IXIHNiwI i rlnlii tiling arm In IIN ilnin fir rwliiin INMMOU mlhd if uiivililna lioiilil liultna inciinliiR Ibnl out thing IKI sure tn linipeu Journal of American Toll Itore HAS STOOD THE TeST 25 YeARS The old original OltOVBS Tttsioless Chill Tonic You IIfllW what you are tnhlne It Is iron HIH tminim la a thRUlct form Nocnro no my We the Sroriifiil Addle A very HIIIIHMIS stlr MillielenlI mid ery Iwd Uirer wits nee plnylog over in Irish course lie haul us his ruddle a batteredI I old Irish ptnsuut with a- very kuowlns Itwinkle In Hie corner of hit eye After troll KlroUe iind each stroke WUH cruel liurd on ih guru I IIIf- of OnW Olrelnnd Hie VII eiglmiaus one said to his enddle In HH nstt lmiy fashion ieilnce the lullrndtlir ijulelly und patiently the rbldit voiii through the erroriiiiinn Ihinkinjj vcl rules mid suylii nolliiiiK at all until the eighteenth WHH rea lieil IhcuINI the last dnffwl shut Htiunlilid its niv 10 tin putting green mid Kcplme till turf eaddle VIIIIK In his ears lor Ih last time he lurneil with n look of in liable scorn upon Ids august rmpovcr nut said Arrtih IIs it replaiin i g the turf youll 1 be bidding inci to do Hv the Italy Uy itll Ib0 relurliiiK the plnv woll Itl nil lining when your tfiii1 London King neon ii n AcrolmlM AVben wax IIN uewletl a lertaiu nnm her of Helf elwlwl ciiiens uor i tiililt honey mill IIUIIK up in elm ins cr Ill taints wieb IMM clliiKhiK Its liei rant foot to the hind fwt of rho one jiiiuvc her like lupunoKv a n lais uud i lare they remain Koinetiincs for ftwo IIK until the WHX wales appear posit tl out from every poekel It is not hindl to understand that slue much heats IIs healed for the mnnuTiicturo of wax a bee after flllliif with thin raw I ini iriill would produco inuib mr sa by keeping quiet limn by usigig any of the gorged honey for energy 1In nmvitigj about and working lint the urcrssiiy of holding hands whllo this work goes on must over remain to us another occult evidence of the close relations in the bee commune Country Life In America fitM4 n 1 AVliUtler and time Amntear WlltlI James MacXcIII Whistler went to Venkv to make those fourteen fa moils etchings of his he became so In toxlcnted with its beauty that he made seventy pastels llrst leaving his etch lugs till the last few lays These pas tels made a tremendous sensation All the art world of VeniceI was carried away with enthusiasm excepting a Itusslan painter who declared then tricks betting a bucket of champagne he could paint six nut to be dlstlu gulshed from them Mr Whistler ami ably gave some of his paper and six pastels which were finally mixed up with tiwse by the Russian and submit ted to a jury who boll seen none of them Mr Whistlers pastels were un mistakable and the Russian lost the wine A few days Inter the two met on the HIli Ito and Mr Whistler laughed a little about the wine and the bet The Itusslan was furious You for gett sir be said that Im a Russian and If you scratch one you Iind a Tar tar underneath Oh lit you have it wrong said Mr Whistler you have it wrong I scratched an artist and found uu amateur The lii rirrlrThe famous Alpine climber who at the solicitation of the vicar had con sented to give a short lecture III the Little Slushborough parish room was relating one of his most thrilling expo 11 lIlcell according to the Dundee Advertiser V Suddenly he said I felt my feet slip from under me and next moment I was hanging over n yawning precipice Had the rope which held me broken 1 should have found a grave midst the everlasting snows lie phased and old Mrs Wurletop who was as deaf as n gatepost seized the opportunity to put a question to her husband who could hear fairly well on out side of his head Wot weer ee asayln of lohn r she queried So fur as Ol can make owt Mrlar replied her good man ee were dnrred near angel for pawning summit as didnt belong to im an It the rope ndnt broke eed ave bin In Is grave afore ee cud blow Is nose The per leece in them furrlu parts must be or ful strict nre Thnt She nn RKK A remarkable case of an Insect sit ting on its eggs is recorded by V I Dodd in the Transactions of the En topological Society of London Tills strange departure from the normal habits of the Insect race is exhibited by a species of bug The female sits In a brooding attitude over her eggs for n period of three weeks When the young begin to break through she re tires an inch or so front the ergs and remains there for some hours until the last egg Is hatched She then departs leaving the young outs to lake curt of themselves During the whole time of brooding mid till all the young are hatched the mother eels nothing It Is thought that this brooding habit may lie u menus of protection against the KtluckM of Ichneumon tiles London ciobe Dinit Borrow Trouble It is a had habit to borrow any thingI butt the worst thingi you uan possibly Iwrrow is trouolct When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by llpightne1iollpepsinl and similar Internal disorders dont sit down and brood over yon r vmp toms but fly for relief t Electric lilt ters Ire ynu will findsure and per nianontforgetfulness ot nil your troub lea and your body will not belmrden fd tiy a load of debt disease At Short clv Waynes drug store Price tOe Gum untwl olliliill In H Trifle The half Inch Culled Stales standard screw thread has thirteen turn + per Inch Mr Welsh the original siiperlu tendeiit of the Ves InghoiiHO Air Brake works unedl fume the half Inch bolt twelveI threads Instead of thirteen This decision hits proved to Ibe a nils hike and the company would be glad to change II hail the Immense number of brake equipments which are out all over the world the constant call for repairs mid extensions make It ImpossiI bit Vinolis fast superseding oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions because without a drop of oil or disagreeable feature it contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers By our process the oil having no value either as a medicine or food is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown away Unlike oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to the weakest stom ach and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength creator for old people puny children weak rundown men and women after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases Everything Viiiol contains is named on the label OUR GUARANTEE We have such faith in VINOL that if you will take it we promise if it does not benefit or cure you we will return you your money without question We take all the risk SHORT HAYNES DRUGGISTS Cloverport Ky teielnrlnii Onnr stlnII1IIICIIIpoisoning seeing tint beans pens len Ills and peanuts contain twice as much of till poison as III1UI The natives of Italia suffer grcnily from uric meld 111I cuses owlngr to the quantity of dnhl leutllsi they ent Oilier natives who avoid debt art almost entirely free Dr llalg In London Mall lilt Ambition Tncle Horace who Is something of a sage and philoiophen MyI troy It Iis time for you to begin to think seriously of the kind of future you Intend to limp out for yourself To In at word whatI epitaph are ll ohhaveI f tengravedl v o n0 Nephew just lic liiiilni his ImtrlUIIgot his share Chicago 111 hll IIIIXo rrcviirlinlor luck Ardupp tried 1 to borrow a dol lar frothI me justI nun butt he didnt get II I told him I hadnt H sou Vannt Unit niletching the truth considerably t Not at till I never saw one In feet Its n French cola Isnt It Plttsburg Iost A Malillf IlUthicllon Mother of Parvenu Financier to vis lion All these are photographs of my sun Here you see him as a child there as n 1111111 aud there ns a baron Journal1 I Iluusanttlertcnrt Whats a clever JokeV tint tthatI makes you laugh when you nun absolutely there Is nothing to It Judge1 The and Business Advantages you gain by always being attired neatly and stylishly are very apparent Have you ever noticed how differently your friends greet you on Sunday when you are dressed upand on week days when you are wearing your badlyfitting every l day clothes 1 iVhynot be dressed upall week if you gain by itCIIt wont necessitate a greater expenditure of money just requires a little more care in the selection of your clothes We know of no clothing that will serve your purpose better than the carefully tailored fashionably designed shape retaining Aaufinan bar eatThe Paletot shown in this illustration is undoubtedly one of the handsomest overcoats we are displaying It gives that dis tinctive tone so eagerly sought for by the careful dresser Youll win many a social and business battle with the help 1800 to 3500 IovercoatI F FRAIZE Il1lt1 InltlnlN For Ilnrnlx- Tnder the rule that the Initial letter of a worth Is somollmes doubled to sig nify tit plural bb would bo a proper abbreviationt for barrels Probably some sat unfamiliar with the rule and thinking the abbreviation too concise as It alight be mistaken for mi abbre viation fur boxes bundles lings or butts made It huh for one barrel and then still Ignorant of the rule added an s for the plural making It bids for more thmi out Boston Transcript HWES 11IdLASSts I TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and I eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar man ner so as to give a much larger clearer field I ot vision than any other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort fo the wearer that nnII other glasses afford and which can be ap predated only by those who have tried them They arewllhout question the most scientifi constructed glasses thathavc ever beenmade and when made Into BIFOCALS near sighted and farsighted glasses combined singlelensof any other form of Bifocal Glasses byTby them and their authorized agents under a positive guarantee that It they do not give satisfaction In every war they may be returned and the money paid for them will be rfunded II you have any trouble with your It glasses have not given you Cr881or Jourand satisfaction In every way write to us GLASSSmentioningthis T J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY Social JJilII Outfitters for flen Women and Children JI I Jfr f jt r tJ l C ofI An Arnli In the Rain Those who are not accustomed to rain are frightened by it says n writer I once saw an Arab rallied upon for the first time He was ab jectly terrified and demanded to have his passage paid from the country Sicily in which tho dread phenomenon occurred He had been conveyed from the Sahara 1 think by n European whoso servant be was and he evidently thought his master was behaving abominably to him In permitting him to get wet By the first steamer ho returned to Ills native desert abandoning excel lent wages and shaking the raindrops furiously from his slippered feet Thr Hope of HnncnlM Our newspapers might be much better They could easily be made more to the taste of the people of taste Hilt their uulifvcly crying of crime disa greeable as it Is Iis an exceedingly im portant public kitty and in their faith fulness and veracious fortitude In keeping It tip lies really the biggest part of our hope of a higher standard of honesty lu public nUll private life There Is hope for any kind of rascali ty ns long as it can be kept out of the papersrhampers Weekly Srnvroril Sauce The Japanese have ninny curious recipes for cooking seaweed which with fern Is almost a staple article of diet In China Japan and the Asiatic archipelago A number of species of seaweed are eaten Some are soaked others are dried Many of the hip anese hull Chinese sauces are made from seaweed Under the name of asakusanori one variety Is put up In neat tit boxes and largely sold In the Tokyo markets An Old Muster Mrs Par venue That picture In the corner Is by an old master Mrs Swart leigh Indeed I would never have guessed it Mrs Pnrvenue Yes The man I bought It from gave me a writ ten guarantee that the palter was past Heveutyiive before he did a stroke on It What Ilnpprnpil Counsel Well ufter the prisoner pave you the blow what happened Prosecutor Ho give me n third one Counsel You mean n second one Prosecutor Xo sir I landed him the second one It N the girl who marries a rough diamond who often gets the most real diamonds to wear Life Soper fngiand In nothing have the habits of English gentlemen more changed than in tit use of wine Time was when each plate mid table was 011 111111 ell almost surrounded by an escort of wine glasses ranging front sherry to cham page landI tapering thence to madeira and brandyport claret burgundy tIll red alternating with the while and he wits no good man rued truet who did not go through the list and survive It Today III the great houses you may hive what you want but rarely mmeI thou tint glasses lint visible for white WitH for red wine and for champagne Apolllnarls IIs largely In evidence The line old English gentleman who made it a merit Ito on port and to Irethnsober up on c1 disappeared LouisvilleI l oar er 1 olllna 1 THE CHANGE OF LIFE INTELLIGENTWOMEN PREPARE Dangers and Pain of Tills Critical Period Avoided by tho Use of Lydia B Pink hams Vegetable Compound now many women realize that the most critical period in a wo mans existence is the change of life and that tho anxiety felt by women as this time draws near AfnAKGnylandy is vat without reason If her system is in a deranged condi thou or she is predisposed to apoplexy or congestion of any organ it is at this time likely to become active and with a host of nervous irritations make life a burdenAt time also cancers and tumors are more liable to begin their destruc five work Such warning symptoms as- a sense of suffocation hot flashes diz ziness headache dread of impending evil sounds in the cars timidity pal pitation of the heart sparks before the eyes irregularities constipation variable appetite weakness and inqui etude are promptly heeded by intelli gent women who are approaching the period of life when womans great change may be expected Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound is tho worlds greatest remed for women at this trying period am may be relied upon toovercomeall dis tressing symptoms and carry them safely through to a healthy and happy old age Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound invigorates and strengthens the female organism and builds up the weakened nervous system as no other medicine can Mrs A E O Hyland of Chester town Md in a letter to Mrs Pink ham says Dear Mrs Hnkbam II I had been suffering with falling of the womb for years nnd was passing through tin change of life My womb was badly swollen I bad a good dent of soreness dizzy spells headaches and was very nervous I wrote you for advice and commenced treatment with Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Comm pound as von directed and I am happy tosay that all those distressing symptoms left me I and I have passed safely through the change of life a well woman For special advice regarding this imIportant period women arc invited to t write to Mrs Pinkham for advice IttIs free and always helpfuLI Enlists in Army Diamond Rice went to Owensboro last week and enlisted iu the regular armyt He was sent to Jefferson barracks Stt LOllisCTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE HKOMO QUININE Taalots All druggists refund the money If It i p falls to cure E11 Groves signature Is OB ouch box t r Mrs Hudsons Kind ActvHancock Clarion It has just been learned that Mrs R I N Hudson of Cloverportsent a number r of tickets to Hawesville for the benefit 1 of the poor children fcr admission to Sun Brothers circus some days ago We leant that several were given to n children who had never before attended d a show of any Ikind Mrs Hudson is II the wife of thek Chief Engineer and g Koadniaster of the Henderson Route t1In MAA Ut LIREI r tlcc i First iIn Its Aid To Beneficiariesrc TIll Equitable pays its policies snore promptly than any other corupanyustltlly within twentyfour hours pI 1 DEATH CLAIMS PAID IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADArlSF In 1900 J0 per cent within one day = In IDOl 96 per cent within ono day dayIndayInUru1rCLAIMS PAID 213997365 yoPAIDlJREMAINEDWhore claims are not paid ately it is usually duo to immcdiff the part of tho beneficiary in sub mitting complete papers 1 First In Its Payments To Living Policy Holders hlc For many years the Equitable has hethanDIVIDENDS PAID- In 1900348164100troIn 1901 374252000 but In 1902 447792400an allInFIRST sNAssetsLiabilities 33315875200woSurplus 8079420900 y Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 12425 per cent ers an HENRY JJI POWELL Manager for Kentucky Equitable Building Louisville Ky For full particulars as to new policies see R T POLK our representative an at CLOVERPORT or our local representative anywhere t t yt t t d W t t The Breckenridge News =0 z WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1005 ORGANIZING WILD WEST SHOW I R A Smith of Stephcnsport and d E G Burt in Venture Hancock Clarion o Another great wild west show is be litri o known Hawesville men aro in the en f terprise both with thmr money and 10raiyMr E G Uurtof Louisville well t Known in this city is at the head of tt tho organization and 1 With him are his brothers one o 7whom resides in Louisville and the r others in Montana also R 4 Smith toof Stephensport and Judge John S Adair or Hawesville Negotiation rs are now pending to associate c s presaz agent of the show this latter position ag being one oflthe most responsible I The main feature of this attraction rewill bo the exact reproduction of the do docolobrated Ouster massacre which iis i millar to nearly the entire world acgaaint4nc1ta ptbo solo survivor of this massacre a on the side of the white men and he l is an Indian who was one of Lnster a scouts and the man who got upon hl- m knees and begged the General not to- go into the light If all the plans do ii t fail it is safe o to say that this attraction will to 10to organized on a very large scale Mr er Bnrt has lived long in the rugged West and knows the wee who can kr best entertain the people There willI be hundreds of unbroken ponies arm- Ies of both blanket and civilized Indi heans and other features that will be new n to the show loving world As an in 1sstance or the magnitude of the affair cartridgets thousa e and dollars ge The present intention of the manage m went is to organize the show at Alli- anceto Nebraska and start from there It during next May There are about thirty stands between there and Louis = ville although Owensboro and Tell1 City may get the attraction first tMr Burt is wellknown in Brecken welltIY tern ponies in Breckenridge and Han cock counties Full ot Tragic Meaning Simmonstt0e resulted from his terrible cough if ho had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had a fearful cough that disturbed ray nights rest R I tried overythin but nothing woult- cr relieve it until I took Dr Kings fit New Discovery for Consumption toCoughs and Colds which completely o cured me Instantly relieves and per to manently cures all throat and Jung ted diseases prevents grip and pneumon is ia At Short Haynes druggists ud guaranteed Goo and 100 Trial btJJ tie free j Willis Lewis Promoted e Willis Lewis formerly or this itII has been promoted from the position of I coach builder in the Southern Indiana j railroads shops at Bedtord Ind to the position of supeintendent of the coach repairing department of the j roads shops at Terre Haute Ind i I Refuses 180000 for Horse The owner of Dm Patch Ithe famous pacer who recently ran a wile In- 1G5h breaking all world records hasr refused 180000 tor him and 8aSII 500000 would not tempt himll OyerWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through I your kidneys once every three minutes yourblood ter out the waste or I Impurities In the If they are or out I of order fall do 1their1 Pains aches and I matism come from exII cess of uric In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or t 1 heart beats and makes one feel as though t they itaa eart trouble because the heart Is oyerworVlng In thick kldneyI poisoned blood veins and arteries It used to be that only urinary I troubles were to be traced to the but now modern science proves that nearly I all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy IsI floncures of the most distressing cases is sold on Its merits Iindall druggists in f and ElzII You may have a bloodI sick rheuI acid unsteady pumping through considered kidneys kidneys wonderful fiftYII onedollar ample bottle by mall Home of swampRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find Jut if you have kidney or bladder troublet Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer fe Co Binghamton N Y Dont mako any mistake but remember tho amq SwampRoot Dr ICllmers SNtooUta1d the address UlDKhamton 1 o evfiey hIttlo 1 SAY FARMERThis is just the thing for your boy justlec quarter more Nosplain fact for twentyfive years that to get all the country news you must have it and youve got to pay a dollar a year for it Thats plain Now just a minute Add twentyfive cents to the dollar send it along with your letter and get a SEVENTYFIVE CENT KNIFE for that boy of yoursa argue Just send the quarter Send it quick before the knives are gone You Save Fifty Cents Thats All BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERJPORT KY BOTH FINES AND SENTENCES Given Shiners and Bootlegger Some Known in This Section Moonshiners and bootleggers some of whom have operated in this count and others whose names are tannili8- were giveni tines null sentences in t Fcdoial Court at Louisville la Wflok as follows For retailing liquor without a Been the following weie glean n fiiib t- tlOO and thirty days in jail J T Small wood Jim Aubrey Will undiil planld guilty Tho Cundiffs were also indicted on the charge of mooushiniug Will Cundiff was found guilty by a jury of the charge ot retailing without a license bnt was acquittedI ot the charge of moonshining Ben Cnndiif who plead guilty to moonshining w given eight months confinement and a fine of X50- 0Villiam Slaughter and Lon Nichols charged with moonshining who ha entered a plea of not guilty and gone to trial on the day before wlthdiew tnis plea and entered one of gUIlt Slaughter was sentenced to one year and one day in the penitentiary and to pay a lino of fr00 Nichols wa sentenced to six months in jail had a line of f iOO Unusual Fire Friday A fire of an unusual nature occurred the home of Rev Ballon the colored Baptist preacher bore Friday morning about Jl oclock The omit y awakened and discovered that almost one entire wall ot the living room was on fire Rev Ballon began getting outI the furnituro from the house and nad some of it removed when the fire went out of its own accord Meillclrie end Ceremonial The physicians of mediaeval Eng land who were for the most part nooks friars or less possessed a large assortment of remedies sumo of them borrowed from the Byzantine physicians others from till traditionalI practice of the people Christian phy slclaus however culled religion to their aid None of their remedies was ad ministered without ceremonial e tho medicine was being compounded1 the patient would soy twelve times over one of the psalms beginning Miserere mel Deus then several1 paternosters thou drink the dose and1 wrap thyself up warm or he would1 sing the psalm Salvum Me Far Deus then drink the draft out of al church bell the priest finishing the cure with prayer Dr Crelghton remarks that as the maladies of the middle ogee contained1 u unusual element of hysteria till ceremonial may not have come amiss as an aid to the treatment Physicians I gained considerable fees by their prac tire which the people appear to pan 3 grudged them The satirical W 11 constantly accuse then of greed bu charges were probably owing t the prevalence of the Idea not yet extinct that us medicine is from till Lord God the leech WitS not entitledI to u mosey payment London Spec tutor I Attends Mothers Funeral P D PlanK returned Friday from Claiendon Iowa where he attends the funeral of his mother Mre Jaliat plunK last Wednesday Consumptives Made Comfort lllle byy nohea stby claiming that it will curt this dread disease in the advanced stages atinit if the lungs are not too Ill goner Foleys Honey lUlU Tar will fleet a cure Its it stops the racking oaghI and soothes the iniiammed air pussuges giving them a chance to healaad eve in the advanced stages it ulwaya gives comfort and relief A A Her ren of Finch Irk writes FoleysI Honey trod Tar is the best prepara tion for coughs and lung trouble I know that it has cured consumption isnn tlin first stage Sold by A R Fisher Cmploed at Bedford l111v Tillman Pauley left Frula morning for Bedford Ind tc join Mr Fauley who has a position there asI engineer with the Southern Indiana railway company ISlllke a note now to get Elys Crtam Balm if you are troubled with nasal catarrh hay fever or cold in The head It is purifying and soothing to the sensitive membranes that line tnt air passages It is made to cure the dis ease not to fool the patient by H pfiort deceptive relief Theie is no cocaine nor mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream linlni All druggists hill it Price fiOc Stalled by Ely Bid 50 Warrou Street New York Bumper Corn Crops in State Frankfort Oct 1SJ ormaitwioner of Agriculture Vreeland today issned the following report in part Wo fuel that an apology iie doe the public for the lateness of onr October rrpot t Tho month of September was general Ily favorable for housing tobacco nod preparing laud tor wheat seeding Thee corn crop promises to bra yntaper cropProspect is 5 per cent larger than last year The urospect Is good for an average acreage of wheat bfeing sown There seems to be a felling off in the acreage of both winter oats and 1rye The estinnto for barley toUiweo is I per cent greater than last year while the estimate on the darn crop is If per cent less The crop of both was practically all in the hones and aro light Manager Fort of tho ice factory says that if the city subscribes for any are lightsfor lighting tbe streets it will probably tike at least sixteen at 3the start aa it agreed to do he wastbeforeoIt is now the intention of the com parry to increase the capital stock and issue bonds for tho purpose of uegin King work on a water woris njbtem next summer ADDITION BEING CONTEMPLATED By NVaterLight Ice Company Here For Electric Lights Tho Clovfi port Water Light ICIM company is contemplating the erection of an addition to their icu factory tot provide room for tint installation of anIIII electric light plant If subscribers to 1000 incandescent lights and fiftien or twrnty five arc lights ran bo secured the addition will be built and a plant completed by Febrnnty lForty cents n month will be charged for the tint two incandescent light businrsng house thirtyliVb for the second two thirty for thb third two mind twenty fire ounce for each additional light The muter rates will bo fifteen cents per 1000 kilowatts The incaudescoats theuare lights 1000 candle power Sixty dollars a year will be charged for each safe from frost October 1 Meadows are nearly up to the stand thy State is reported good but in some localities it is seriovsly damaged by some disease for tho want of a bet ter name it is called clover blight Pastures have neld up remarkabl well There is u considerable falling off in the number ot cattle and hogs being fed for the fall markets There will be an abundance of winter feed for all kinds of stock unless the winter is unusually severe and long Big Convention Begins Today Tne second annual national tobacco growers convention regarding whicn mention is made in an article from Up To Date Farming on page 2 begins today at Owensboro and will continue three days You may be just as skeptical anti pus simistic as you please Kodol will digest i wnut you eat whether you eat 01 not You can put your food in n bowl pour a little Kodol Dj pepsin Cure on it and it will digest it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help out cure Indigestion and Dyspepsia It is curing hundreds and thousands some land faith and some didnt Sold by All Druggists Stop Snullut to bnJey It lift tor All excellent plan for smokers IK to abstain from line to time Hint is fast from till tobacco say for weeksI or ti mouth at a time TlilH method enables the smoker to enjoy his smoke more when he goes back to It and Is less harmful to Ills health It Is a time scheme said one man When I stop for a mouth I am equipped with the keenest relish nulla liking for a good cigar at the end of that month I am rested refreshed recuperated In pocket too Titus I show that I am muster of my hublt and not mastered by it I have been itolug this WilY for a long time now nUll 1 heartily recommend my plan to all smokers I do not limit myself to any number of clgara while In one of my smoking mouths but simply smoke at will and then absolutely quit until another mouth is through Baltimore American 1 I o 1THE Open Door to Succes- sSOUTHWEST IIi u on U UlPl = rM IGIIEW FtU ARKANSAS I resonrccfulIunder ultiviitloli Thousands free liomittleails Still priceTheAllII INDIAN TERRITORY w a entirely the wlilU man s lIIlItryto to Intvo and to hold ItIdb- in coal rich In oil rich In timber rlrh in suit No land in Anu rlci ibetter worth having nod holding OKLAHOMAThoWhat Noxt Territory Nearly I11 ImlfinllMOM acros more to IMJ opened this your Only it IIHM foothold xuuthivist in t trI tin 1st md 3rd Tuesdays of each month FiguresOn I OnFarms little Ark If you could sell your farm today for 100 an acre and buy it back tomorrow for 1IO an acre You would do it If you can buy the 100 land for X10 some where else the proposition is just as good You can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do it I It you wish to Know moro about wrlto fur copies ot our Texas mid hooksl They aro tree OkhhOlDIiII II L IA HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg st Louis DR MOFFETTSI tr rTHING POWDERS tats Only 25c at or 25c to C J MOFFETT M D Louis Hesitate longer but save the health llfc child as thousands have done by giving these MoITEETHINA Is given and quickly and comes the effects of the summers heat teething SOUTHERN RAILWAY I SHORTEST AND IFASTEST LINES From LEXINGTON AND LOUISVILLE nTo ST LOUIS I AND THE WEST Two Trains Daily as FollowsI Leave Lexington 610 a tn Louisville i1OO am Arrive StIouis 112 pm 1 Carrying coaches and Cafe Ohseryation Parlor Car yMeals a la carla Through without change Leave Lexington 530 p in 1015 p m Arrive St Louts 732 a m Carrying free reclining cars nod Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 East Main street Lexington Ky 23J Fourth Avenue Louisrille1y- or Union Depots S600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Press for Subscribers to the Weekly The WeeklyI Courier Journal Henry Watiersons moots to the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presentsraiigtog from 100 to w0 amounting to i600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 5n 30 nod iO nod sixteen pre sents of 30 and zO to be given in the stoles of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia Alabama The plan is fair anp simple Write to the Company Ky for a copy of the weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free Tobacco Growers to Have Organ ol A J Casey of Owens oro will ly start a weekly paper at Clarksville which will be organ of the Tobacco Growers Protective association rn Full information on request GEOII LEE G P A II I McGUIRE P A Rock Cincinnati O 1 It Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Jtge Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strengthens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY Druggists mail St Mother no and Your easily counteractsupon Chl r vesiibuled Louisville chair CourierJournal paper apnea CourierJournal Louisville J short lean the IV d LOW SETTLERS RATEST- O POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST u Via Cotton Belt Route On first told third Tuesdays of each month roundI trip tickets will be sold tto points in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi 1ans and Texas at rate of one faro plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip iM1 lays in which to return Cotton Belt Houte trains leave St Louis morning and evening undone connection with nil linos and carry sleepers chlllCtHOS and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing tho cheat lands along the Cot ton Bolt Koute for maps time table and iufornm + n about rat4sII etc LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton CIt Route Cincinnati O BivinPolk Dudley K Heuvin a young farmer und Miss Ktniiw PoU both of Tobin port were nmrrieu kit Wednesday evening by Rev H 11 lurrie pastor of the M1 1J church South of this city The ceremony was performedat the pinto of Mr and Mrs Conrad Simons at To hinsport rSpalding Succeeds Ringo Sam T Spalding of Marion county has been elected Democratic Executive Uommitteoman from the Fourth congressional district to succeed Bun D y Ringo formerly of Ohio county but now of Owensboro who held the position wetly years MrUpalding was elected at n meeting in Louisville of the county chairman in the district T Moore of Breckenidgo county presiding Mr Ringo resigned tho posi tion hecauso of his having moved out l the district OASTOBXABetra the Always Bought Slgl1l1tur of thoctl it t i 4c H THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is notcorrect please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1905 MKJtITJSD MWMOTIOA TUB NBWS has just received official notification of the promotion of Col J1 II itilla hcr of the Henderson Route from chief clerk in charge of advertising to the position of traveling passenger agent of this road Mr Gallagher succeeds Mr Geo L Garrett who has resigned to enter other business Nothing would give the NEWS more pleasure than to say some thing good about this young man at this time His promotion to the personal knowledge of the NEWS is due to his merits Mr Galla gher displayed marked ability and tact in filling his former position This important department of the Henderson Route never made such rapid strides as it did when this young industrious man had charge of it He has gotten so close in touch with the press of the State that the road and tho press have never had more pleasant relations and the people know more about tho best line to St Louis today than ever before These facts speak for Mr Gallaghers work Ve can say to the patrons of the Henderson Route that if Mr Gallagher fills his new place as well as he did his old there will be no complaints about the services of the traveling passenger agent of the Henderson Route Tho NEWS extends to Mr Gallagher its con ratulations and best wishes for the future 11LV1Eli POSTAL lEMl The forthcoming report of the PostmasterGeneral will show that the department had during the last fiscal year a greater revenue than at any time in its history Outside of the free rural delivery service the Postoilice is on a selfsupporting basis Six hundred million more postage stamps stamped wrappers and postal cards were used than in the preceding year an increase in receipts of approximately 10000 000 The number of stamps and mailing devices issued during the last fiscal year foots up the marvelous total of more than 7700000 000 Advance figures from the larger postollices indicate that the business in money orders will aggregate close to 1000000000 a gain of nearly JO per cent WithI few exceptions these transfers of money nre for small amounts averaging on domestic orders less than 10 and on foreign orders about S Oi The great bulk of the postal income is derived from the stile of stamps postal cards tool envelopes and wrappers with stamps attached In the fiscalI year ended June 80 lust 770iHs21i stumps wrappers envelopes postcards etc valued Itt 141 1 tMtylsttt were sold by the Government Printers Ink TUB article appearing in another column about selecting seed corn ought to be worth many dollars to the farmers of Brerkenridge county Get out of the old ruts and get into the new ways and uptodate methods IIF some fanners would study their cornfields and give the same attention to them that they do to politics they would have better corn fewer nubbins fewer missing hills and more bushels to the acre than they Ihave TUB corn crop in the United States this year is estimated at 2 521987000 bushels the largest in its history A wellknown writer says it is doubtful if the United States ever enjoyed as favorable a crop result as this year Wheat corn oats cotton hay potatoes dairyresultsall good on the whole and well distributed over the states Vo never saw a bettor crop in Hrcckenridgo county than is being gathered this year Mn JJ F McCoy has four tracts of land which he is advertising for sale and gives a pretty fair idea of what they are in our want column These tracts are small running from 125 to 181 acres just the size for the small farmer or the young man who wants to enter farm life for his vocation These are splendid lands too capable of producing any kind of a crop by the man who knows how and is not afraid of work These suds are well adapted to the raising of alfalfa being fresh and sweet and well drained They can be bought at a fair price No use for a young man going Wrest when he has such opportunities right here at homo HVEKV farmer in JJreckenriclgc county should read and study the article printed in another column on directions for selecting seed corn What tho farmers want to do in this county is to bring up the av erage of their corn production It costs no snore to till a good hillof corn than it does a missing hill or a hill with one stalk So the rem edy for this last production is in the seed Mr llolden tollst you how to overcome this Our advice is for every farmer to try this new way of selecting their seed Give it Ia fair test und see if it does not pay to do it They are doing it in other sections of the State with good results If it out be done in one section it can be lone in another THIS full we have boon in correspondence with our subscribers in regard to tho payment of past grid advanced subscriptions and although it hits been pUIolu business one on our part wo feel that wo know many of our subscribers better for a number of their re plies have been personal expressing their thoughts of the NEWS and there good wishes for its growth und prosperity Wo wish iit were possible not to ask anybody to pay a bill that was not convenient to pay Unfortunately business cannot be conducted that way The cash necessities of so large a plant as ours requires tho closest possible attention to the collection subscriptions and other bills as they be come duo so we are compelled to urge the NEWS subscribers to meet their payments oven when not convenient We hope none of them will take any of our subscription letters as a personal mutter but simply realize that it is a plain business proposition which wo all are up against THIS I REMEDY Is euro to GIV- ESatlsfaotlon Elys Cream Balm 0n Relief al Once It Cleanses soothes and heals tho ills CATARRH FEVERruro3drives away II Cold fa- In the Urad quickly It Is absorbed Heals theSensesatdrunulliPortland Exposition Closes Portland Ore Oct 15When the gates of the Lewis mid Clark Exposi tion closed at 1 oclock this morning a total attendance of rilJO tor the day hud been registered making tIll grand total for tho entire fair period 2545509 The attendance for the last day rank third in point of nnmberr Portland Dayand tho Fourth of July acing the only greater darE Louisville Tobacco Market Saturday Evening Oct 14The tobacco market of the week has ruled rather firm and has encouraged the movement of the new crop to market Receipts at this time of 1105 tobacco are larger than might reasonably be expected and they indicate an early and a heavy movement of the new crop with favorable weather for handling By the middle of November provided conditions are encouraging the new crop should be moving to this marKet in large volume and the farrrers will have more Christmas money this year than for several years past if the season proves good The new Burley offered brought on an average of 7 03 per hundred the offerings being of fair quality and the condition belter than usual con sidering the season The eightythree hogsheads ot new honey sold thus far this season have broubgt an aver ago price of C04 which compares with an average of X829 for the twelve hogsheads of new crop toba ceo offered up to this time in 1005 Offerings of export styles of dark tobacco were small and of poor con dition Prices of leaf were tirm and trashes and lugs were a few bids higher The market for low grades of Green Rivers was stronger but leaf was unchanged Offerings wero light The market was firm on all manuIfacttoringbrought an average X527 was ofI poor inulity and in bad condition Tho average on the thirteen hogsheads of new crop sold to this date is 512 No new dark had been ollVrd at this time last year Too Much Booze in Extracts Washington Oct 18 Replying to an inquiry regarding the construction to be placed on a recent ruling of his office on alcoholic compounds labeled and sold as medicines Commissioner Yerkes of the Internal Revenue Bureau holds as follows The ruling does not apply to toilet articles whatever the quantity of alcohol contained therein may be nor does it apply to the various ees n ces or extracts to which you refer namely of lemon vanilla cinnamon etc if these preparations are such as are known to the legitimate gro cery or drug trade as household articles for culinary and other uses and not as beveragti Where however alcoholic com pounds called essences of lemon vanilla cinnamon etc or so called tinctures or essence of ginger contain as you state a mere trifle of medica ment the main constituent being ulcohol and these preparations wnioh you further say are usuallysold by country merchants especially in prohibition district are found bv the local Internal Revenue officers or agents to be generally sold or used as beverages every merchant thus selling them without hoMing the requisite special tax stamp as a liquor dealer under the Internal Revenue laws will be liable to criminal prosecution Walter Estes is Rewarded For Bravery at Ft Thomas Under t he head of Prisoners Re warded for Bravery the following ap peared in last Thursdays Cincinnati Inquirer Fort Thomas Ky Oct 1I1he officers of the fort decided that the flag stuff needed a coat of paint and they wouldnt order any of the prisoners to do the work as the staff is 100 feet high sad very dangerous So two prisoners volunteered to paint it and now they OrdersImorning from headquarters of the De partments of the Lakesof Chicago I11M rent ttingtwo months of their sentences The names of the prisoners are Hert C Anderson of the 120 th A Co C and Fred Forsyth of Co C 8th Inf The prisoners are now serving sentences for desertion at this fort Andersons real nitrite is Walter Estes who is a Cloverport hay and who was arrested here several months ago fcr desertion by Marshal Dellaven and taken to Ft Thomas SHOES SHOES SHOEsl I SHOES for Men SHOES for Women and SHOES for Children I Most of the dealers will tell1 you that the prices of shoes have gone up Babbage will tell you that they have gone down And it is a fact We would not mislead you on a proposition so trivial Call and see the qual I ity and the prices for you- rselfBABBAGE on nn h on Sc SON fJtf 111 WI A1YUt z kJ I Straight Goods f AND III 1 m I Fair Prices 11- I m W have added to my stock ft- W of Confectioneries and Staple JJ- pmmnudil p Fancy Groceries a good W- fo line of Dry Goods and Notions I 1 mi I sell no beverages of X M any kind and for this reason ft m mmv Everything is new and W- sj fresh and sold at the fairest i 111 prices Come give me a cullh il ll j Billy Preston i IIy333r3r3 r 33T3r r r 11- If 1 I If Y MILLINERY fi I I I ijIII- vi MI h j1 W All the new styles j fy and best qualities I are demonstrated in ft Y our line of goods ftj ii j jjj ReadytoWear Hats i yI Pattern Hats I R It mAlso j Hats to be v trimmed at your re W 1quest I = n I Miss Nannie Childs WJij T3 3Y3T3r3 3 3r3Y33T 3 For Homeseekers Cheapest rates yetless than one way fare for the round trip to points i in the southwest Go via Memphis or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Dee 5 and ID I 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 SCIIAOFCR T P A Cincinnati 0 EW LaBEAUME GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route C J Folia and L L Mitchell of Addison and Burt Cunningham of Cbonault wero among tho Brecken ridge county men who attended tho Fourth Sotto Development convention in Louisville last week Larkin Soap socialI Oelzes Hall evening of October l0- Custom Bo not so bigoted to any custom as to worship It at the expense of truth All- Is custom that goes on in continuity All customs are not alike beneficial to US Matrimonial Munlc- Trlx Is his married life one grand sweet song Tom No Its a plaintiff melody just now lIes the defendant la divorce proceedings Puck A Chance to Save a lot of Trouble and also 50 Cents ty 1 atluuuiathe NEWS office We re lieve you of all the usual correspondence with the pub = Usher 175 a year for the Companion alone or 225 for the Companion and NEWS one year Send us your subscriptions and save yourself the trouble of ordering from the publishcre By taking the two Weeklies 50ctogether you save BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py hearty and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like H ineofrdUiIt Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegetableingredientsbackache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try it Sold by every druggest in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn IYOU TennI better myhusbandladies Ij TELEPHONE GROWTH fi ft The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has issued y statement business for the month of September and thp increase in the number of subscribers is shown as follows rl mNumber subscribers September 1st 1905 132126fU Number added during month 4284 tlJ Number discontinued 2511pNet increase for the month 1767 rTotal subscribers September 30 1906 133892 T3T3T3Y3Y3Y3T3 3T3T3Ti T3T37T Y3Y T3TiT3Y3T3T TEN DAYS FLORIDA TRIP Ten days tour to and through Florida personally conducted by than M Bowmar editor of Tho Sun Versail les Ky an experienced traveler leaving Louisville via Southern Rail way Tuesday Nov 14 Jacksonville St Augustine Titusville on Indian river Daytonu Palm Beach and Miami will bo visited ana an 18nour steamboat trip will be made up St Johns river 1450 will pay railroad fare meals on train going hotel accommodations and all expenses Priv ilege ot days tour all expenses 7no For full details write Dan 11 Bowmar Versailles Ky or C Hungerford D P A Southern Rail way Louisville Florida is ideal in NovemberneIth- er too cold nor too warmand Bowmar laid oil route that for beauty and variety cannot be excelled In the Land of Flowers Subscribe for the News ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F L Jones of I taking Cardul I have gained 15 Ibs and am in health I i J weight in gold to all suffering i of its n 1 f i t p 1 Y I W six H Mr las a II Kirk Gets One Loses One Kirk defeated Patesville in a sam of base ball on the letters grounds Saturday by a score of JJ to 8 A Dnke Sunday Kirk was defeated bj a soro of 21 to 18 by Dukes i I Flagman Badly Wouiyl eii Nine stitches were required to setup a gash in the forehead of Flaguia Coots Field on Henderson Rout passenger train Aio 48 which wp made by an iron bolt thrown by ft unknown man at Patos station Snn day night The man was caught ridin blind baggage at Powers Tb train crow had trouble getting th man off the train When he did b jumped from the train and hurled tb piece of iron at Field striking hij squarely in tho forehead OAS IJWORJatlBears tbatheKind You Have Always 3igaeture Iof Al- it j1 j ii V TrIIi The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 IDo1f HEALTH INSURANCEThef his life Iis wise for his familytt The man who insures his health is wise both for his family and himselfYou insure health by guardr ing it It is worth guardingS At the first attack of disease whichI generally approaches through the LIVER and manifests itself in innumerable ways TAKEcH Tuns PillsI And save your health = Hair restorer lOc bottle Uabbage S SonNew shoes this weekCon Sippelfi shoo store Oysters served in all styles at Eng lisp KitchenIM Send in your orders for lUagazinest News officeEHot lunches at all hours at the EngIJ lish KitchenSMrs A B Skillman is in Louis villa this weeJCaOysters at English Kitchenserved in all stylesaOld newspapers and lots of them 5 centsNews o 1cepPerfumery lOc bottlo Babbage Son Mrs A J Gibson has been visiting relatives at Webster Hair tonic lUc bottle Babbago SonAlbert RSolbrig of Louisville was here several days last week Bishop Rico of Greenville was here several days last weeac D Stuart Miller of Owensboro was here Friday on a business tripmHot chocolates and hot soda water and all hot drinks at F T Heyaers Mrs B M Currie and children returned last week from a visit at Henr derson = Misses Brook and Nnnnie Hall of Union Star are visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Hall Miss Mamie Graham has been ii visiting her sister Mrs WmMinnett at Ovensboro Mrs Lillie Parker and laughter Claire of Tar Springs were here Fri day shopping Miss Elizabeth Bnbbage came down from Louisville Friday to visit friends and relatives Mrs Jas T SKillman and Miss s Elizabeth Skillman wont to Louis vile Monday Lilbon Smith nas leturned to Jut cinnati to roenter the Cincinnati School of Art Mrs Chas Taoor of Hawesville I was the gust of Mrs Eugene Golf part of last week Messrs Mullane Keisxer and Keats Hall were the guests cf Miss Louise t Babbage undaytt Mrs Jesse Keys was the truest of her J sister Mrs Doe Norten at Vebster Saturd uy und Sunday Miss Mamie DeHaven has been 1 visiting liar brother Dr Fred De Haven in Louisville Mi and Mrs W A Gnau oft Owensboro havo been at Tar Springs part of the past week l Mrs W D Waters of Owensboro has been visiting Mr and Mrs Eugene Goff the past week i 1 BONE FOOD 1 meaabad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must eat the food for Bones lII right growth Ismust have bone food blood must have blood food ands on through the list z Scotts Emulsion is the light treatment for soft bones in children Littledoseseveryday- give the stiffness and shape t i that healthy bones should havef t Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the 50ftII heads i Wrong food caused the trouble Rightfood will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts r Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood Sendfor free sampleISCOTT BOWNE ChemistsJJ 4O941B Pearl Street New York j jjoc and fioo all druggisttJ I 1 H tested freeShort Haynes IEyes pIkes on shoesBabbage on 1 Fried oysters and soups at F 1 Geyser s Get a hot lunch at the English KitchenIf never had a pair of glasses that tit and exactly suited yon give us- a trial Short Haynes A now line of school shoes for clllld will Ibe received ut Con IPll0S store tho latter part of this week If your children stiller from headache send them to us It may be de fective eyesight Short Haynes Mr and Mrs T L Caley ald- hildren of Hawesville were the guests of Mr and Mrs 11 F Pophaiu Snn day Mrs W H Bowtner and Misses Marian Bowmer and Margaret Skill man returned Thursday from Louis ville Mrs Mary DeHaven returned Saturday from a two weeks visit to her son Dr Fred DeHaven in Louisville E T Haynes was in Owensbo last week attending a meeting of the Ohio Valley millers associi tiouS T DeTernette and fimily of were tho guests of Mr Mrs J D Seaton Saturday and unday MrsOlive Buokby and children were Fordsville Thur day and Friday tho guests of her father J P Howard tier sister Mrs Wilson Harmon Blame of near Stephens who recently returned from Illinois has been visiting the family of Gardner Agnew and other relatives Rev J T Lewis was at hone Friday and Saturday from Stephens port where her has been holding s series of meetings assisted by Rev J Johnson of Coxs Creek Dr A A Simons Mayor L T Reid Capt J H Rowland Chas May Marion Weatherholt and W H Bowmer were in Louisville last week Attending the Fourth State Develop eat convention Miss Mania Witt returned Saturday to LudlowlKy after a visit to list cousin Mrs J C Nolte and other She was accompanied by Sire William Witt who will spend the winter with her daughter Mrs H L Roth at tiudlow r LOCAL BRIEFS 1 iA protracted meeting will be held at the Baptist church some time in Novell ber Rev J T Lewis the pastor will be ussUled by some able minister whose services are yet to be secured Police Jmlje J H Wills wbo is a candidate for reelection invites an investigation of the records of his court luring bis incumbency as evidence of the sirvicesLe has rendered the public The records of the court are open to all who care to examine them John L Henry formerly a helper at the Henderson Route shops now has the position of assistant to J M Fitch foreman of tbe woodworking department Geo Younger who is now with the L N in Louisville formerly held this position Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven entertaIned the Ladies Reading Club last Thursday afternoon it being the secoud meeting- of the year 1003 0 Miss Kate Oglettb will be the hostess tomorrow afternoon Mr and Mrs T M Brick ey of Matt ngly brought to the News office Saturday one of the largest sweet potatoes of the season Carl Frederick the young sou of Mr and Mrs J Fred May died last Fri lay morning of inanition afc = r an ill hisndeath he lacked one day of being a year old The funeral was held from the re ideuce Friday afternoon and the inter neut was at the city cemetery Rev BM Currie pastor of the Methodist church conducted the service The bursting of a maIn in the West End deprived n number of citizens of gas Friday Mrs Hem y Gibbs who had an opera tion performed at Norton Infirmary several weeks ago returned tome hursday much improved in health Members of the Epivorth League and their friends were pleasantly entertained at a social given by the League last veiling in the Sundayschool room of- lhe Methodist church It was the first open social given by the League Mrs1 A Murray and daughter Miss Ronald Murray will go to IOUIH V lie Uis iteming to attend the tuner ulL of her biotterinlaw JJ T S Brown Sr the prominent distiller of- that city who died yesterday morning at 10 oclock after a lingering illness w 7 jljlDR R P KEENE 11 mII m I I Y OF OWENSBORO Iff 1 j ty Will In lii Dr LlRlitfoofs otllic one tr- I jI it week out of earl month prepared toy wait on all wishing High Class Jxn- f r tlstry Date Will be Announced Later 4t r E Keith went to Fordsvillo laat Thursday 11111 erected a handsome monument to tho grave ofr E Buck by He has lately received a large stock of granite monuments H L OelzrI delegate from Blue Lodge No UW and C 13 Skillma member of the finance conimittti left Monday morning for Louisville to attend the annual meeting of the Mauna Lodge of Masons which will ba held at the Masonic Temple in that city three days this week C W Moorman delegate from Cloverport Chapter No 01 left yesterday to attend the meeting Fred Snyder a son of H H Snyder of DUKes but recently of Hudson ville had four teeth knocked out Sunday night by falling partly through Faucet trestle west of town and striking his face on a tie He was brought here Monday for medical attention Jesse Louis Mitchell of Reed Ky and Miss Saran Josephine HinTon whose home is several miles frolD town were married at the Catholic church last Wednesday by Father C Brey The members of the Christian church which was recently organized hen have secured the Presbyterian church in which to have preaching once or twice a month as may be decided later and by a pastor to be assigned Beginning next Sunday communion service will be neld at tho Presbyter ian church every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock by the members of the Christian denomination Mr and Mrs Wallace Skillman of Terre Haute Iml are vsiiting Mr and Mr Henry Wendelken Mr Skill man was called to Leiicbtield to attend the funeral of his brother Richai Skillmun formally of Hard inslJujC ir Over fifty of the young people ot th city spent ai delightful time Monday evening at the homo of Mr and Mrs Uhas Hull who entertained in hon r of her guests Misers Brook and Nat nie Hall of Union Star Music wte rendered bv some of Clovtrports talent Masers Sam Keith Thos Moi rison Emmett Mattingly and Chas Hall About 0 oclock refreshments were served and votes were cast for the prettiest girl and the ugliest boy Miss Brook Hall and Joe txrabain r + eiring the highest number in the two respective contests Jesse L some of near town has novel to Brazil Ind His adlresB iIs ilO E Main street 1 Joseph Sawyer was operated o yesterday by Dr Simons for inllanima tion of tho knee on account of which he has been in a serious condition for several days Only several weeKS agi Mr Sawyer was operated on at Norton Infirmary Louisville for appec elicits and his life was despaired of fter the operation He was convales iing when ho was tanen ill again One of the largest excursions ot tin RouteyearSunday between Louisville and l vanl3ville Tho United States snagboat E A Woodruff one of tho largest and easily the strongest vessel plying the inland waters of tho United Estate pRE ell down the river Sunday en route t Cairo where she bogies work on tnt Ohio river The teachers of the pnbltcscbonl and the other schools in this magisterial district hold a meeting at Harlini jhoolhonse Saturday Regis and Burley Estimates Cincinnati O Oct 1 Archibald Stuart of the White Burley Tobacco Growers Association claims that the Burley crop will be from 100000OOC to 1700000UO rounds He says the regie crop is about UO 000 000 pounds Low Rates for Confederates The railroads over the State have made a rote of one faro plus twenty five cents to Pewee Valley and return on account of the Confederate r l1n- lon which will take place at the Con sderato Home October 20 The imit ations are that a large crowd of Itveteranswill be an opportunity for those whc I wore the gray to spend a pleasant timet together at a small cost 1LL L 1or fiit I Wants l l I i iii I 1or ro II Advertisements Inserted under this bead at ono cent u word per week IJonI SALE Foil client Apply ut Saws von SALE SAIBJood farm Apply to Frank Knott Gaston Ky- STHAVKDCOW H S1BA Il Jorom my pronlses In Clover port ulKMit ton days inllcli cow about SInyours old hnlfdursey dehorned V flI ItviiiiAOK H WAXTK- IMXTBnttood I I farm to work on sharesTT liy able sturdy Inure Two good plow hOI Kinployniont wanted Mils full and winter Address C W St ne Vannut Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses und Cutting maihlnes lot of rood laundry machines ollneIStreetLoulsvlliePout SALETtITION C1IITIFICAT- EF011SALETultlonCertlllcatalnBryant LulnsvIlleForunrldKu News Clovtrport Ky FOIt SALE barns tobaccorrOlIBusln wl1Imllroudwell watered und timbered situated I I WT McCoy Irvfngton lICy FOR SAL- EFOiISALEThreugoodfarms Ono of 11 withhousesfence Good average land Part bottom and timbured andlaI milt lands and well adapted to corn tobacco und youwantandtaketlilsoI MCCOY Irvlncton Ky NOTESjj HGNDORSON ROUTE I I Grand Lodge F A M Louisville Oct 1719 I For this occasion rate of 245 round trip Cloverport to forII and return will bo made on Oct and 17 good returning Oct OII One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 1C I and Sept 15 to Oct In 1905 L II ST L TIME FABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloveruort 3A ut West Iont only urrlv des at Ioulsvllle 715 A MI oCI No 42 Dully Mali heiress leuvus Clo arrives 053 A1 stops ut nil way stations 3Louisville Ir1Vi p ni Train No 4t Dally fast wall leaves Cln o- Ctrport i1s p tn stops at all WilY sta tons OIl 6tit of GlovuriKirt except Mystic arrives ut Louisville 726 Ip in Train No4H Dully Clorerport aivnmmo iHtlun arrives Clovenwrt s 5O p ui WEST HOUND No 41 Dally C overp ort accommodation dloaves Cloverport tlDO a in arrives Kvanu vile 900i in cxprunsloavesoCIIIiLwesvllI4Stanleyansvlllu arrives St Iout 720 p m Train No 43 Stall and fxpress dally ar rives Cloverport 791 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p iii Stops at all stations j No45 dUlly St Louts Cust train leavesClo 71 JMI l Owensboro and lIen erson roily Ii Chair cars on truns 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evunsvllle Through sleeping tars and reclining chair ears oil trains 45 and 18 between Louisville ujUSt Louts 3 Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND 3 Truln No S ally except saday leaves thordsvllle430 B res IrvliiRton 840 a uTrain =No4 Dally except Sunday leaves nFordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 5 p w Train No 0 Sunday only FordsvlllotisM a ra Irvington U03 a m =WEST HOUND = Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves rvpgton 0Ma m urlves Kordsvlllo 245 3p m Train No5 Dally leaves Irvln ton 050 rm arrives KordHvllle UU5 u onILouisville Market Reported by tho Central Livestock Ex change Central Stock Vardj Louisville Oct 10 Receipts light Market strong at last weeks quota tions Choice tidy butcher cattle made better clearance than any other kind the common and medium halffat kinds slow sellers at low uneven price Fair demand for gcod and feeders Bulls and stockersjjIut the last two weeKs decline cows unchanged Market closed CalvesMarket steady host calves = OfiO common coarse Calves slow sale Hogs Mutkot opened generally 5c lower best hogs ItiO Ibs und up 5J5 light hogs 120 to 1UO Jb G30 choice plguSK to 1JO lbs520 light pigs lno 475 roughs 12rII 475 Closed steady at time IltclllltlSheep and uanibs MarKet steady to strong with best lambs selling at 1 507 boat sheop a504 vtry fewul good cheap und lambs coming and very little improvement on the coin Rlon Kinds Clint AdKissson of Xrvinuton IsIILhart this week representing the Unit- ell States Western Life Insurance com any H ME AT NOLTES rAtt illMEET For Children I JheFamous fFay Stockings 4 FOR o AND GIRLS i IISupporters IIhealthThey never wrinkle or come lown Made of host yarns Thoy fit fine and feel tine I a pair for your child Youll IITry be delighted I J C Nolte Bro I ICloverport Ky IGRANDUu eAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj Watch Your Watch 3 c Blacksmiths Wagon makers Carpenters Tinsmiths Etc aBring us your wagons your plows your buggies and jhorseshoeing We are sil uersmiths but guess we can do your blacksmithingat jleast II- l IT IS AS REASO ABlE FOR l A SILVERSMITH TO SHOE YOUR HORSE AS FOR A BLACKSA1ITII TO FIX YOUR E WATCH E YES BRING US YOUR roMACHINES t t TIC LEWIS SON E iYOUR JEWELERS t HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY j TTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVYTTTTtt REPUBLICAN NOMINEE h MORRISI KSKK1DGK Ciindidatc for County JudgeH- ttECKENlttual COUNTY your IwillI Cheaper Rates Southwest Loss than oneway fare for the round trip on Oct if and 17 Nov 7 21 Del 5 find 10I Tc points in Southwest via Cairo or Memphis und Cotton Belt Route You can afoul to go now nearly us heap truvfling us staving at home Write for maps aud literature on Sonthunst Miasouri ArkansHs North west Louisiana Texas Also cost of tickets dine of train etc 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 CW LaHEAUME GI TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route nn IS MADEbetter by good bread On tho poor mans table good bread la a necessity CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR makes good bread Thats why so many people use It year after year They have learned by experience of Ite sterling worth s If you do not already use It get a sock at once Youll be surprised at the results It gives l 1- l Il lla jq lajq1 1 over we frequently do it unnlnl IiIiknown to them as opportt JJ- n PP- cc tunities often come to usn 314I confidential ways li jttI t i LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS 4o- StSt StAll business entrusted to 1ttus will receive prompt and II careful attention Highest i irate of interest paid on time1 I11 depositslid INSUKKID AnA I X S T 1 1 ross 111 KII5K AM 1It HUIIDIJVKV COXSEK V ATI VK HOAItl OF ll DIKKtTOIts KKKI ih1 CIKNT OKFICKI5S II i Bank of Cloverport vCloverport K- yNew r PhotographGallery e C G BRABANT J PIIOTOORAPIIER From Owensboro has opened up a nice gallery opposit the post office in Cloverport All kinds of photographic work done in artistic style PRICES MODERATE rs ta a CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Osr Jouen Svnip Tastes Good Uso ne wad by drueglsts SixMonthsOld Mule brings 80 Rouicey Kmfnvr of Dncdtc Ii n- OhIO county farmer well known in- this county sold a sixuioiubsolil male at Hartford last week for 8U To Cure a Cold in One Day ovys Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A P1I on every Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months Ti1S signature 9 C 1 1 hex 25C wYI w 1r1rTh IIi t U The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1005 COMMUNICATION FROM SHORT HAYNES Offer to Refund Money if Hyomel Docs Not Cure Catarrh To the hill tor of the Breokenridiro News We have been asked recently if the advertisements printed in your col umns regarding Hyomel were true where wo oiler to refund the money if this treatment does not cure catarrh We wish yon would please print this letter in us conspiuons a place as possi ble in your paper saying that we an solntely agree to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyomei outfit if it does not curt catarrh This outfit consists of an inhaler of a onvenient size to he carried in the vest pocket so that the user can breathe Byomei four or five times dallyI With this is Included medicine dropp er and bottlo of Hyomei The outfit eells for t100 anti is 8 most economical treatment for the inhaler lasts a life time and tnere is enough Hyomei for several weeks use while extra bottles can be obtained fog SO cents Wo trust this letter will settle any loubts that may have arison as to our willingness to refund the money for a Hyomei outfit in case the purchaser is not perfectly satisfied Wo wish to say emphatically that our guarantee on Hyomei holds good and we will rotund the money to any dissatisfied pntcnaser who simply states that ho has used the treatment according to directions anti not been helped Respectfully yours Short Haynes Morncciiu Slnvt MurkctN The sale of slaves In Morocco Is n very remarkable ceremony When the buyers have taken their seats In the market place the auctioneers advance In line to the center of the market and offer up u prayer They appeal for lillIe favor on lHliulf of buyers lull sellers and anntlieiiiutlxe Satan tail all his works The buyers Interpolate amen at the proper moments When the last word of prayer huts peen said the slaves are brought forward par relled out among the auctioneers nod led around the circle of buyers who raise thin prices of the men women and children they doslro to purdiitso I Itoxsltlfn CrlllcUlll Very cruel uyM an author wow Ho ciiiiH silent criliclMiii of u score sent to IAiimi lIty a VOIIIIK musician Hotwiiil WRK rmd of macaroni The amokinn know 111 IhIM Meat bum along with hIM score a packet of uiucaroni of unusual excel eme In u humlile Illtle note he asked ihe composer to IMdut out the meritsi of irk work It bo found any there Itos Hiiis reply ran like thin Thanks for your starts mil tilt nmcuronl Tutu lot ter w8 lllltlltnl The Original Folty Co ChicagoI originates Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit anti popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar tinny imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys lion jr and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation wilt give the sortie satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delimits per su Sold by A R Fisher- Clone VIVfK Cicero had u ahrew named Tereutra who made hiru do us mltv pleased He was UIIlctl great obligations to CliMlins hut when the divorce suit of Caesar t must Pompllla rains up for trial TeI 1111 ill compelled Cicero to appea- ragarst Clodius Tired of Turentlu Cic ero got a divorce and murrleil a rich girl named PuMllln left bur and live ulone until Ills teach Ilty tin ttldowcr From the Cork Constitution The tri udM Of a respectable young widow unnt to get IKT housekeeping In u re- i1ahleM widowers family Under Muni her itiittiiHWfl There sueuis It eniln wiint of tinense in this latter eta Lruenf London Punch Sin Twill Him I111 Bore Is Mis Lllllwhlte in Triihfiil Moineitic Shes out IIIii nlIulII Whom 1M who out with J nnliful IIatpsllr out with you II- rrU thou art u mauler bA sometimes Mind if a servant sometimes doat Iulier Wounds Itrulici and Burns By applrtug an antiaeptiu dressing t wounds bruits turns and like InJ01 ItS before inilainmation sets in they may be healedl without matura l ton and in about onethird tho time required by the oldI treatment TillsI Iis the greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery ChamDorlainH Pain Balm acts on this same lrmoiIph It is an antiseptic and when ap I plied to such injuries causes them I to heal very quickly It also allays the I pain aul soreness and prevents RnyII danger of blood poisoning Keep a hotI tin of Pain Balm in your home and itII will save you time and money not o mention the inconvenience anllJJ suffering such injuries entail For sale by Short Haynes I I Nd va 1 Some Reasons Why Secret Ballot is Not Preferable Kentucky Register Although tho time is near at nand fur tho people of Kentucky to deter mine whether they are to continue the secret ballot system or return to the old custom of 01 viva voce1 voting little has been sail nnon that subject by tLo press of the state The last legislature submitted to the vcte of the people an amendment t j tile con stitution allowing a revival of the old fashioned methodof voting which measure will be balloted upon at tbA regular election in Xovemlwr So little discussion has been indulged in regarding thus important event that it is no generally known and wo desire to take this opportunity of calling it to the attention tt our readersThere is no doubt now since the Australian system nas been given a fair trial that the other is preferable and best In the first place it will1 break up a lying and hypocritical ens tom people have of promising to vote for a person when they have no more idea of really doing so than the man in the moon- Secondly by breaking up tho habit alluded to in the paragraph above twill savemnny a candidate a mint of money as he will know then before he goes into a race what chance be hale and the coin he spends will thenI do him some good when Its resultsI nowadays ate very doubtfulI Then plainly speaKing it will helpI to transform a lot of scalawags into mon cf honor for when they promise to vote for a man there is no way of getting around it as he will know exactly how you vote All honest candidates and honest people in general ought to get out and use their influence in its behalf It would help powerfully to purify politics The Original Laxative Syrup is Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar It expels all cold from the system by acting as a cathartic on the bowels It relieves the toverish conditions of the throat draws out the inflammation cures the cough and strengthens the mucous membranes of the lungs and Bronchial tubes Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is a certain safe COltlE1croupAll Druggists Ready For Investigation J P Killebrew recently appointed I special agent of the Department of1 11lstlgaltionsI and Tennefsae lust week Before l av tag Washington he received JUslnwi Lions in a general way us to his duties First of all he will tullel data to he used by the crop estimationI board of the department in making the November estimate of the averag- yield per acre and average gmllit of the tobacco crop Improved Potato Pumpkin A potato pumpkin of a tine and improved variety grown bv Thos Lewis was on exhibition at A R Fishers drug store last week The pumpkin is thirty one inches in length and all the seeds am in the head which iis quite small The usual potato pump kin is shorter An Awful Cough Cured Two yenta ago our little girl had a touch ot pneumonia which left her with an awful cough She lad spells of coughing just like one with tho whooping cough and sonic thought she would not get well at all Wo got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and fat writes Mrs Ora Unssard Hrubakei III This remedy is for sale by Short ite Haynes Kentucky Quarantine Raised Confident that all danger from the Ifurther spread or yellow fever is over the members of the State Board of Health issued an order lust Wednesday raising th quarantine against the infected tllsh ills of the South A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES lrotrudtlllIllOI NTM KNT fulls to euro uny case no twitter of how long stuiulttiK In H to 14 duys Jlrst application Klvus unsound rust Me If your druggist liiisntltsond 50cln stumps mid It will be forwarded postpaid by Purls Modi cine Co SL Louis Mo The Cn I n in n run The catamaran nude of a hollowed log sharest the popularity of the Mas soolu hunt with the llHliennen of Ma dram The rickety looking contrivance rout weather tiny storm In the skillful native linnds and letters are SPlit by this means to ships In the oiling when other communication with the shore Is impossible Tho catamaran requires steering with a paddle through the rag fug surf md though the boatman mesa be frequently dashed out of the rude skllt by the violence of the waves lie leaps lute his frail bark again with the elllclency of long practice and the attn maran Hying over the crest of the great billows which threaten Instant destruction accomplishes the perilous voyage lu safety WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THEI BEST MACHINE MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN r BrownieFAIR Price 500 A wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan Good enough to experienced photographers yet so Isatisfy that children can use it PICTURES 21A x 31A inches filmFCartridges Fitted with meniscus lens and snutter with iris diaphragm stops full description in Kodak Catalog FREE at any photographic dealers or by marl EASTMAN KODAK CO Rochester N Y hn AUTTINGLY BAPTIST CHURCH To be Organized This VeekMoney Nearly Subscribed to Build Hcv iiO Jones of Pellville will organize a Baptist church at Matting ly on neat Saturday afternoon The membership will he about twenty at the start About ten Baptists residents of Matting will withdraw their letters train Pisgah church and some trout other chnrunes to become mem bers of the new church Nearly enough money has already been subscribed to build a church at Mattingly Rev Jones conducted a successful protracted meeting in a store house at Mattingly several weeks ago tin OfTrr llfillniM- lIliHins alto are envious of those whom Ihey are pleased to vail the for tuiintu surly fount the cost of success Apropos of this out amusing story IIs told of eueral Lefevre duke of Dant rlc One day the general bad a visit Iron a friendl of his youth who com mented not without feelings of envy on the dignities and riches which the duke who was born In a peasants cot tags had acquired in many battles and by his faithful services Oh I am prepared was the re Joinder to hand them over to you at the very price I paid for them Wo will proceed together Into my garden There you shill walk up and down for the space of half an lion while I com mand a company of Infantry to fire on you There were more in my case but you shall have the benefit of alter ed circumstances If you are not shot In thirty minutes all that Is mute shall be yours t a r- u f The Tale of n labs One of tlie most amient tit till sea yours Is one that skulls have escaped from the fearsome monsters of the loop by throwing them a tub to divert their attention In much thl1 same way that a landsman might sarriilre a gut ment in order to escape a hall In MinistersI I 01110111 pit published In lillf there Is a picture of a Vessel escaping from a whale by this strata gem while the earlier editions of Swifts Tale of a TubI have a stupor one These stories were usually toll in such an Incoherent way that people became skepttcilIofI I their truth and when a pleader namedI Tnhb put a cause before Sir Thomas Mori in out rageously rambling language that chan cellor Jocularly remarked I Hero Is a tale of a tub Thereafter the expres sion became poet of the slang of till period until much Inter It wits raised to u higher rank by becoming the title of Swifts famous work 51i1CM In Africa The women bore a hole In their top lip and gradually Increase this until It Is able to Inclose a disk of wood two and even three Inches In diameter A Mublra woman cane to call on us whose disk measured two and live eighths inches across The size of the wood Inserted proclaims the runic of the person Peasants Lice ugly allowed to wear pieces of stick of the sauce di mensions as a watch The weight of the wood causes the Up to fall down over the mouth and in order to eat It is necessary to lift up tuba shutter with one hand while the other conveys the food to the mouth Frequently tho lip breaks under the strain put upon it In which case the disconnected ends are carried hack und tied to the enrOll the Borders of Pygmy Lund s J 4 IIIlIL 2OCC TF FUND TO ERECT A MONUMENT To Capt J P Cummings to be Raised by flembers of His Command The members of company A of the Urotn River Battalion have set on foot a movement to raise a fund to pay for a monument to bo erected over the grave of J P Cummings captain of said company A and also of com pany L of the Third Kentucky Cavalry Captain Cummings was killed in action in April 1H05 two miles south of Big Spring on tho Singleton Casey farm and was hurl d in what is known as the Burdett graveyard about three and one half miles sotitneast ot Clover port and threefourths of a mile south of the Hardmsburg and Clovorport pike His grave is unmarked and will remain to unless this fund is raised by the soldier boys who fought under- hilL A small subscription Is solicited train the public to help to raise the re quired amount The following has been appointed a committee to solicit and receive con tributions Charles SIpes Garfield S E Waggoner Cloverport Judge Woo AnI Dr A M KIncheloe M L Kincheloe Hardmshurg Dr A M Kincheloo is treasurer and contributions can be paid to any member of the committee or to the treasurer Cloverport Negress Does Piece of Funny Work at Hawesville Hancock Clarion J Hullio Warfield n dusky female whose homo is in Cloverport but who for some time has been making her homo with the family of Sheriff Cunn ingham of Caunelton did a piece of funny work in this city Sunday alter noon and was picked up very soon thereafter by Marshal Mason In com pany with Minerva Bates she went to the Trabue homo and stole a pair of shoes belonging to Mrs EW sprague She was not detected in the act and got across the river hut returned here later When arrested she denied the act and halfway convinced the owner of the property that she was innocent The ollicer told her however that he would imprison her if she did not return tho ehoes Becoming alarm ed she asked the officer to go across tho river with her and she would find the goods this he did and along about 11 o clock on Sunday night the woman took the officer through alleys and back lots and showed him tue stolen shoes hidden in the weeds in some ones yard The officer returned the shoes to the owner about midnight and the negro was told to stay out of Hawesville Prisickntial Election will make no change No mutter which candidate is elect ed Foleys Honey and Tar will re main tne peoples favorite remedy for I coughs colds and incipient consumption It cures colds quickly and pre vents pneumonia A J Nnsbaum Batesville Ind writes I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared me some methane and a physician prescribed for me yet I did not Improve I then tried Foleys Honey and Tar and eight doses cured me Sold by A R Fisher Most Successful Kiln The last kiln of roofing tile recent ly burned at the Murray Roofing Tile companys plant was the most success ful of all Improvements are continual ly being made on the excellent grades of roofing tile manufactured by the company Plans to Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dfspopsia or constipa tion Bruce up and take Dr Kings Now Life Pills They take out tho materials which are clogging your energies and give you a now start Cure headache and dizziness too At Short Haynes drug store 25c guars teed Ilnllivit AVIicclM Did you ever notice that the wheels of a locomotive engine tare beveled The reason for this IIs that In rounding u curve the outer rail Is of course a little longer than the Inner one The difference Is very little but It would be enough to nuke tin engine skid unless It were reckoned for In the beveled wheul the higher part with Its greater circumference Is forced against the ruler rail by the very tendency of tho engine to drive straight ahead and with the other wheel thus smaller circumference rests on tho rail thus overcoming the dlUercncc In the lengths of the lines alcohol nn MiMllelne Alcohol has a certain position as a medicine wild Sir Frederick Troves recently but In the last twentyfive years Its use by the medical profes shout him steadily diminished It is often sold that alcohol is an excellent appetizer but the appetite does not need artificial stimulation If tho body wants feeding It demands food When It Grew TIreiioiiie I never thought said the conceited lecturer that my voice would fill that hull No replied the candid man I thought at one time It would empty it Philadelphia Public Ledger i r t s IS 0 tu LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET 00ls- C01tlOIaATBn 4IFast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evats ville a Steamers Tarascon Tell CityUpLeave Louisville Monday WednesWI day Friday and Saturday 4 m alLeaveI Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville jlyS- Clavorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendidaccommodations for stock General Office 15415Ci5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V fGEONn e SouritsStomachNo tJ rv 1 ness headach constipation bad brut t general debility sour rlalnp and catank el I the stomach are all due to Indigestion KelI I ie I 4hnla4 exist In a healthy stomach combined urita 4 the greatest known tonic and properties Kodol Dyspepsia rccontrucUjjonly cure Indigestion and famous remedy cures all by cleansing purifying sweetening tad UJ1fqtheto turnII rearKodoitor baby Kodol Digests What You Eat cttUionlr oS 100 ste holdlnf 3K tlsutsIWd- ze which sells for 10 acts Prepared by I O BtWITT A 00 CMIOAB Sold by allS Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR to j JtCalifornia and Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates Very Cheap One Way Rates to Cali fornia and the Northwest Sept 15 to October 31 Homeseekors round trip and one way colonist on tho first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc t Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphistr Illinois Central Weekly Excursion to CALIFORNIA Excursion curs through to Los Angoes and Sun Krunclsco via New Orleans Every i Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes lttP day from Chicago a Full Particulars concerning all of the above can bo hud ot Homo Agents or by addressingaV W IIAKLOW D P A Louisville John Brown Held Over John Brown of Hardinsbnrg was tried beforo Unites States Commission ei Lindsey at Owensboro Friday on the charge of retailing liquor without having punt the special tax and was hold over to the grand jury His bond I was fixed at 250 which ho satisfied Brown 9 as represented by Henry Deli Moorman of Hnrdinsburg Brown was arrested at Hardinsburg several days nrevlous to the trial bv United States Deputy Marshal Nichols To draw the hro out of a burn heal a cut without leaving a scar or to taro boils sores tetter eczema and all skin and scalp diseases use De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo A specific for piles Uet the genuine Sohiby All Druggist May Stop Tobacco Culture i A large number of farmers of Bracken county met at Brooksville the county seat last week to draw a cont act not to sow any seed or raiseauy tobacco for the year 1900 A copy of the contract I f was ordered printed and1 solicitors will go to work at once to have them signed Ltjj 4 I f 1 T 1 ii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEvVSu f1IIMAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1005 PAGES 1 TO 4 il MONEY FOR POLITICS k LEGISLATION TO PROHIBIT COR r PORATIOXS MAKING CAM PAIGN PAYMENTS i Question of Tnxlntr Patent Medicines to Be Discussed by CongressOne- Method Suggested to Meet Deficit There aro prospects that two pieces of legislation will bo strongly advo i sated at tho coming session of Con gress both of which however will bo vigorously opposed They relate to tho ATOR W E CHANDLERI IEXsEpractice of making political contribu tions and to the question of taxation upon certain patent medicines al though this latter is but a feature of the general subject of overcoming the Treasury deficit It is expected that the President will refer in his annual message to the question of campaign contributions and it Is known that there are many Senators and Representatives who 1would favor prompt action in the en actment of prohibitive legislation i Chandlers Bill to Prohibit Con tributions- As far back as 1901 Senator Chand ler of New Hampshire introduced u hill to prohibit those national banks or corporations which do an interstate or foreign business from making any po litical contributions and to prohibit any corporations from contributing to campaigns involving the election of United States Senators and Represen tatives The bill was almost imme diately favorably reported to the Sen ate but it was near the end of tho short session and it failed of passage The evident fact that it could not be taken up and passed may account for the entire lack of opposition to it What strength will develop against such a measure this winter is problem atical It is no secret that many cor porations regularly contribute to both political parties Mr Havemeyer of the sugar trust has declared In plain language that ho has contributed to the Democrats and Republicans alike Publishing the Donations Tho discussion next winter Is likely to centre largely around the Presi dents plan for the publication of all campaign contributions with a view to framing such a law as will prevent money from being spent for corrupt practices Every one recognizes that in order to have tho great political Issues properly contested there is a certain need of money The publication and distribution of speeches and r all classes of literature is quite gen erally regarded as not to be condemned but as of advantage in having thr questions of the day properly understood by tho voters I Leaders in Congress are but a unit in declaring that it is only when money is expended in order to corrupt voters that the expenditure can bo crit icised But it is generally believed that this subject will give rise to an Immense amount of debate in the next Congress There are a score of Sena tors and a large number of Represen tatives who will wish to go on record saying things about the corporations and the practice of corporations mak ing contributions to political campaigns Propose Tax On Medicines The question of the taxation of pat ent medicines which contain conslder 1 able alcohol is bound to receive seri ous consideration by Congress espe cially if the present rate of the Treas ury deficit continues The deficit IsI running about 5000000 a month now which is considerably less than last year still it is possible that it may increase to an annoying extent and necessitate some action by Congress There has been a number of extra expenses which has caused the deficit and there are other extra expenses ahead while it is of course not certain to what extent Congress will increase or pare down appropriations A number of congressional leaders have had in mind as a partial Increase in theI revenue desired a tax on patent medi cines Patent Medicine Men Will Fight The Commissioner of Internal Rev enue has been called upon for unofficial information and an opinion on these Thepenta fight is ahead and they propose to meet It They will resist efforts tp Impose special taxes upon them claim ing with apparent force that the alcohol dintheir medicines has al ready paid its tax REAL HEART OF THINGS Its Found Not in the Great Cities But in Country Homes In time the great cities may become dominant but it will be many years hence and I would be sorry should I live to see the day said James J Hill President of the Great Northern railroad The national wel tare depends upon the prosperity of the farm lands the mining districts the lumber campsnot on tho growth of big cities Tho agricultural Interests in particular represent the great est strength of the country and will for ninny years to come Yet men stand appalled at the spec tacle of a metropolis Let us take Now York as our most striking ex amplewhere the visitor gapes at the crowded markets the endless tratllc the hurrying throngs the skyscrapers tho roaring factories the bustle of commerce all the urban reek and riot and heelless of what lies behind the hidden motor power cries Here Is the heart of things here Is the pulse of the national life here the life blood of the nation centers life blood whlchflowlng through the veins of commerce gives vigor to all the land New York the heart of the country Rather New York the par asite tho blood sucker A Giant Exhibition At best New York is but a monster exhibit of the products of mines farms cattle ranges mills and factories and of the rural homes where genius is born nourished and inspired What more speaking symbol of these things than the citys skyline In it architecturemiration and a sense of enterprise and activity amounts to nothing What It signifies in each ascentlon and depres sion Is the comparative values of the countrys material resources Concisely it represents capital la bor and raw material Of these three the city produces not onein appreci able quantity The raw material the men to handle it the gold to buy and sell the finished product come out of spacesNewany other city has Its Inception In the open country and Its existence is and over will be dependent upon the latter None recognizes this more quickly than the city man He knows from experience that the city suffers first last and most from any national disaster To go no further back than the coal strike of three winters agoNew VTilE REAL IIEA York faced for weeks a coal famine that paralyzed her activities and al most killed her poor Manufacturers could not secure enough fuel to run their plants and women on the east sidepald ten cents for as much coal as would fill a quart pall The suf fering in this city was out of all pro portion to that of the rest of the coun tryAll food products come from tho outside New York uses three million eggs every day and beef arrives In whole train loads dally The city must go to the country for Its building materials for wool cotton everything that is needed to run its factories stores and banks- Dependent on the The reckless expenditures of the city dweller are continually giving rIseI to the question Where does the mon ey come from From the country of course Every wildcat scheme that Is hatched In New York from Wall Street to Madison Square inaugurates j its proceedings by send ing circulars into the country to catch the dollars of the farmer The operations of the stock ex change are all based on the condi tion of the country A short wheat crop a slump in the production ofI grain or the prospect of one turns the floor of the Exchange into a pande monlum Year by year the eyes of theImoneyed Interests are turned to the earth figuratively speaking and the keenest minds of the metropolis are speculating as to what success the farmer is going to have with his crops The results of that speculation involve millions of dollars All the country knows what happens In New York when the cotton crop fails The beef strike last year caused meat to van ish from a million family dining tables In New York city In summer eggs at 35c a dozen are too expensive as an article of diet for more than half populationMaterial she gets from the outside and rarely Indeed does rr- n she oven produce the men to handle them A glance at biographies will v tliat n r uipmlus of industry merchant princes men of art profes sloes laborers are country bred train A T Stewart to go no further back to the Rockefellers Clewes Depews and all the rest of the present day leadersEven People From The Country Dr John II Gardner an eminent New York physician said recently Build a wall around New York city Ulow 110 new men to enter and in fifty years the city will depopulate itself This city makes too ninny demands upon those who live and work in It Thousands drop out each mouth It is the fresh country people flocking here day by day that furnish the bruins sinews and plush to carry the metrop olls to its destiny Its success in the past has been due to this outoftown element and will continuo to beMen men men is the constant cry that New York sends out over the country anti the response is adequate eager and satisfying It is in this fact that assurance of the citys still greater advance lies Capital flowing in from the country made Wall street a byword to all the world Material drawn from the cone try has made her the greatest mUll + ufacturlng town in the United States- Men attracted from the country have made her financial mistress of the western hemisphere Cities Not SclfDependent Not only is she dependent upon the open spaces for men material and money but even for trade As com pared to the amount of money spent in this city by out of town buyers the sutra expended by its own inhabitants dwindles into luslgnflcance In recog nition of this the Merchants Associa tion of New York annually arranges with railroads for cheap transporta thou and with hotels for rock bottom rates and runs excursions to gather in the outoftown buyers During the month of August over 400 buyers from the south and west were In New York and during Septem her this number largely increased Reckoning wider the average of past years each merchant spout more than 10000 and thus through the efforts of till Merchants Association alone more than 400000000 Is left in the city each year But this Is merely a fraction of the trade which the city receives from the rest of the country A conservative estimate places the gross Income at 1J0000000 clearinghousesurrounding it and New York the d = Country RT OP THINGS main clearing house for the whole country All the mighty spectacle of commerce Is merely the dramatic and gorgeously staged representation of the nations money material and mellI which build up the metropolitan mechanism and set it in uiotidn Prehistoric Sculpture An idea of the small brain capacity of primitive man can be gathered from a crude stone head now on ex hibition which was recently found in a field at Moriches Long Island The head while crude In Its workmanship Is pronounitnl by ethnologists as doubtless true to nature a representation of some savage and prehistoric people who lived ages ago pleasIngvision of men and women with small repulsivejawsanimals Fortunes In Church Steeples It is the opinion of Rev Dr Forbes Secretary of time Board of Extension of the Methodist Episcopal Church that enough money has been expended or it may be said wasted In building steeples to pay off all the church debts of the country Besides he says steeples are a relic of barbarism and money used in their construction can be more usefully expended A good I many people will hardly agree with the reverend doctor In his opinion that church steeples are useless or serve no good end Grace and beauty are lent to thousands of otherwise commonplace looking towns and cities by tho I spires rising here and there from their midst Everything cannot be strictly utilitarian and if a thing serves to please the eyes and senses of hundreds I or thousands of people it is far from I being useless I THEATRE TRUST WAR TUB INDOMITAIILE HELASCO GIVE ING TIlE SHOW COMBINE A FIGHT FOR ITS LIFE Threatened With Extinction He Has Organized an Opposition Which Has Attracted Some of the Bright est of the Theatrical Stars David Belasco for n number of years has been waging a war against the theatrical trust lIe has been assisted in years past by Minnie Mad dern FIske time wife of Harrison Grey Fiske owner 11111 editor of the Dram title Mirror This year the Shubert Brothers broke off nil business rein tlons with Klaw and Krlanger the nloving spirits of the theatre trustand now a combination with a capital of 1500000 of Helasco Harrison Grey Fiske John C 1 Fisher1 Frank L Per ley and the Shubert Brothers has been formed acquiring al out thirty theatres extending from Boston to StLou is in which they might produce theat rical productions without the dictum of the trusts David Belasco ever since his sever ance of relations with the trust leas made strenuous efforts to acquire a theatre 111 the nations capital ns he has found that the cosmopolitan na greatlyin BLANCA KATES One of 13elascos Stars tlons will bo a success or not In Sep tember however announcement wits made that he in conjuntion with the Shubert Brothers had acquired con trol of the Lafayette Theatre in Wash ington and also had taken up a 00 year lease on the ground on which the theatre is built giving them absolute possession 01 the property A Famous Theatre Site Lafayette Theatre IIs a comparative ly modern playhouse and occupies the site on which formerly stood the Sew ard mansion in which Secretary Sew ard of Lincolns cabinet lived when an attempt was made to assassinate him the snide night President Lincoln was shot In later years the house was occupied by Secretary Blaine Last year David Belasco found nIl theatres In the national capital with closely barred doors lIe was arrang ing to make the Initial production of Adrca Mrs Leslie Carters latest success and found no building in Washington suitable for a conversion into a tlieatreexcept Convention Hall probably the largest auditorium south of New York and in years previous used for an ice palace for six day bicycle races athletic meetings and other institutions requiring great space This had a hall some 150 feet in length by 125 feet in width with a roof carried on huge semicircular arches rising to a height of nearly fifty feet above the floor Such a barn as this Mr Belasco in a few days con s DAVID AND GOLIAII From Life- verted into a modern playhouse through the magic touch of gold which he has found to bo time most offensive and defensive weapon against the combine Money Spent Like Water Time regulations of the District of Columbia to protect theatre patrons against the danger of fire are ex tremely rigorous and It was those that the trust used as n weapon to thwart Belasco In his endeavor to have this last production first appear In Washington as have other plays which are known as general successes The burden of expense for this work did not fall upon the owners of Con ventlon Hall but upon Mr Belasco who paid In order to make this hall Into a modern fireproof theatre an amount aggregating nearly 25000 The present theatrical combine or trust had first conducted a legiti mate booking syndicate charging for the service five per centof time prof its an enterprise advantageous alike f 1 to actor and manager The success of this plan opened a larger vista of profit and the securing of all the thea tres In the country lots led to tthe de struction of competition with the two formidable exceptions noted In the other theatres the manager hits be syndicatedietmtesfeatures Loosing the Dogs of War But It is now war to the knife her tween the two forces trust and antitrust thrust and antithrust Wheth er the trust will be successful and absorb the Independents remains to be seen Probably not so long as ItI has to deal with men who know their actor proteges know the method of the trust know how to produce a play with unsurpassed taste and know that the American people will pay admis production of the herculean efforts made to pro sent It to them Belasco in the new combination which he has organized seems to have gotten his knife well in andisously ENVIRONMENT A MOULDER OF CHARACTER By H S B1GELOW Time other tiny I saw a group of boys posterTheof plunging a dagger in the throat of a woman The buys did riot run or scream Hut their eyes were big and the Intensity of their faces showed that the horror of the picture was not lost upon them Near by were two younger children playing together in the gutter Their faces were smeared with the mud made by the dish water running over the sidewalk and the children were amusing themselves looting cigar stumps in the disgusting pool Hcllecting upon that sad sight there came to mind other childhood scenes There stood out In memory a little lake that nestled among time hills where sweetbreathed cattle browsed and where the branches of great trees were mirrored in crystal waters There were the boathouse null the swimmingI hole and the springboard laid there were summer nights too when the leaves were still and stars were bright i mud the spirit of the child looked up in silent wonder In the race of life in the contest of physical endurance in the moral testy that come that child has not a fair chance who has sprung out of time mud of the streets I To know the breath of lilacs and the rustle of autumn leaves to lie up with i the lark to wet ones feet In the dew of the pasture to go to bed with the song of the whippoorwillthese mem ones are like guardian angels The children whofc horizon is a brick wall who maims play on cobble stouts sold go swimming In the count1 and be chased by ttime police I if they do not grow up to be ideal citizens shall we of holier memories sit in judg ment upon them Shall we not remem ber their bonds Worse Tlmn Totmcco Cigarettes London is reported to he In the throes of a newicea vice which Is not only getting society into a turmoil but is also attracting the attention of the medical fraternity It is the tealeaf cigarette habit one in which women are becoming the chief adepts which they find great dllllculty In 111111I coming Once the taste for the sellIsatlollquite pleasant Dizziness is caused by constant smoking had the victims clutch madly for invisible anti imaginary objects to support them selves They finally drop in an exhausted anti stupefied condition and then follows 7uat wild state of dream land said to be as varied as that caused by powerful narcotics Illustrated byErnest Haskell Ther n MARY oTHER OF WASHINGTON Handsome Monument Erected by Patriotic Citizens The monument of Nary Washing ton the mother of George Washing ton stands on the western sldt of Frederlcksburg Virginia almost und er the shadow of Maryes Heights of bloody Civil Will memory Mary Washington died of cancer August lii 17SO It was in April that year that Washington rode froth Mount Vernon to say farewell a final farewell to his mother before starting for New York to be inaugurated first Presi IltI ter to his sister Betty Washington who lived in Fredcrlfksburg Wash ington wrote after learning of his mothers death When I was last In IFrederickshiirg I took my final leave of my mother never expecting to see her more Neglected Tomb For a hundred years the grave of this good woman lay unprotected on what had been part of the farm of her daughter Betty Washington but whleh became a common of the city of Frederifksbur For half a cen tury the grave was marked by n little stone slab hilt this disintegrated tumid disappeared Various fruitless efforts were made to build a monu ment had In ISHO a Now York bank er Silas 1K Burroughs offered to give an elaborate monument The corner stone was laid with imposing core monies by President Andrew Jackson but Burroughs met with financial re q- iMOXfJIKXT TO MAHY WASHINGTON versos and the work on the monument wits suspended In ISMIJ some patri otic women formed the glary1 Wash bysubseription tiltbonusA Story on Ilutenc The onlelug blIluvltedIllsobserve When the student entered the dining room two other guests were present one an elegantlydressed and apparently highly educated man 1111i con celled As the pupil bid his host good night he remarked The prob lent Is very simple after all the quiet certainlydistinguished other is evidently a lunatic and ought to be melted up at once Smiling at his pupil Esqulrol told him that he was wrong The quiet well dressed man he said who talks so rationally has for years labored under the delusion that he is God the Father while the other Is M Ilonore de Balzac the greatest French writer of the day ICutoffByEugene P Lyle Jr Published August 1st b 13THTHOUSAND THOUSANDALREADY All Bookstores 150 MissourianThe romantic adventures of John Dinwiddto Driscoll nicknamed The Storm Centro at the Court of Maximilian in Mexico where his secret mission comes into conflict with that of the beautiful Jacqueline The best romantic American novel of re7c-ent years y 44bll0StA remarkable first book of epic breadth carried through un 4S C d o q swervingly A brilliant toTN Y Times Saturday Iteview Tr S co There is no more dramatic period in history and the KfJ cf j OV story bears every evidence of careful and painstaking 0 lirpP bco studyN Y Globe 4 t 0 rvyp i 4DOUBLEDAY PAGE CO 04 A X33I37 East 16th St New York C6 fP U tttj 4cr 4rrw- t jf X a Lt ETHE SAVING OF OREGON Ml HOW DR WIIITMAX ItKAVED BLIZZARDS AXD DEATH Determined to Save Country From British Daniel Webster Opposed to to Retaining Territory D A bloody trophy in possession of the thtgowernuent at Washington is an In dian hntchet The tomahawk reeks wLth red and horid association It is hn the weapon with which Dr Marcus Ibe11liitnntn1 the Indian missionary and re withgi the Whitman masacro was begun an en ttlnorwous crime which nearly obliterated the white American settlers In the Ore Fi 8tgon country sent a thrill of horror lu and Indignation throughout the Amer yo ican republic and saved to the Amer till northwest coun ilean people greatly try out of which Oregon Washington isofIS ou torya chapter embracing eight years nielof war between settlers and savages the result of which was that the Hud podsons Buy Company mil the British hi B crown were compelled to rellnguish thiqtheir claim to the territory Another brtsult was till virtual annihilation of d the Cayuse tribe of Indians So much lO tragic history centers about this rusty neul hatchet that It Is ono of the rarest rel mndles of the government A government ollloliil familiar with the period says IfitI w The Whitman massacre was the re Je el suit of the machinations of England truEto secure by treaty or otherwise all the territory westof the Itockles and north of the 1nd parallel of north lat itude First White Women to Cross Rockies It was In 1510 that Dr Marcus WhltI man and the Hev Mr Spauldiug withII 1 their wives the first white women to cross the INnk Mountains WllItjj 11 among the tribes of the Fill North west The country was then In theIcontrol of the Hudsons Ray Com puny a British monopoly with nearly I a thousand employes Its power over iii the Indian trills wns nearly all= olutlI I tItlend n string of fortified Canadian posts from the Atlantic to the Pacific RI1II1he company owned by nun in Lou a don deslivd to exclude American set gt tlements fluid to foster British immi I I0gruitlou The Washington government so fur from m having any conception of1 the value of the northwestern country h s stubbornly maintained that It was Ie worthless Bud inaccessiblel 1by land si fThe great WebsterI said that It wits 1aannul fit only for savage beasts and more savage men Dr Whitman established his mission among the Cnyuse In the state oft Washington near what Is now Walla t Wnlln thou Fort Wiilla Walla trad lug poet In 1842 while attending a dinner given nt the fort in honort nof some British ollloers news carne ji thnt a company of British immigrants t were on theft way and had already I I crossed the Hooky Mountains There hvws groat excitement at the tublo and a young olllcer unconscious of litthopresence of the American mission ary jumped to his feet exclaiming Hurrah for Columbia till Oregon tinitriI America tfs too fcito Wof have got the country I Dr Whitman perceived that It was the purpose of the British to claim the country by right of settlement lie left the table rode rapidly to his wilderness home and after a brief pnuso there set out for Washington Ills parting words to his wife were I tun going to cross the Kooky Mountains reach Washington this winter God carrying me through and bring out an immigration through the mountains next spring or u this country Is lost An Awful Journey Winter land set In and time old chron Idles toll It was n severe one marked by terrific storms and deep snows Wl o Dr Whitman reached Washington pcrlllllllll by frozen hands maul feettut the news lie brought caused excites UD ment among the populace and concern I t among many of the government oil w ycers lie saw Daniel Webster Secre ncltort of State represented to him the grandeur and value or the Oregon redcountr told him of the need of 1m e grl migrants nail explained the reason tthat had Induced him to brave thea rigorof the season by making the halttripI Mr Webster was about to con t hi elude time WebsterAshburton treaty to renouncing any claim we might have VEtothe great norhwcst for a Newfound a 1 cod Ushory Webster was not lnandr with Whitmans patriotic considered time counjr Ilf enthusiasm He Paltry of no value He thought It would be as well to let Great Britian have live It Not satisfied with his Interview Ifntl with the Secretary of State Dr Whit ring man sought President Tyler him with attention and prom oyf sheardIsed that the diplomatic deal for tilt trading of Oregon should be held up and that n military escort should be glen to the missionarys train In the spring of 1843 Dr Whitman led a partyof one thousand Amen 1 cups across the continent and In the autumn entered the valley of the Oregon Dcvcllsh Work The British agents slowly poisoned the minds of the swages against tho new comers but It was not till 1847 that the savages In council determined to massacre all the American settlers in their country The site of Dr Whitmans duel ling was on the north batik of the Walla Walla river at what 1 now the town of Wahuliu The In dians surrounded the houses of the mission their weapons hidden under their blankets At dawn of November LMJ 1S17 an Indian entered the doctors house and asked for medicine As the missionary turned to his medicine chest the savage burled his toma hawk hi time good mans brain Mrs Whitman was killed si minute later by the same savage with the same weapon Time murder of the mission ary was the signal for the wholesale slaughter to begin The butchery com menced on nil sides The crash of firearms the groans of the dying screams of women yells of the painted demons filled the air Time Indian women and children danced and sang as the atrocious work went on They multllated the dead Women Hill I children of the settlers slink under I bloody knife and club The massacre lasted all day and then murdering 0KVrtigs sorted lu uvery dliirodtlou Everybody in the AVhltnmn mission was killed and many settlers nil through the woods were slain The Cayusi attackid u nilission among the Nez Iercivs but these JndlaiK beat them back and took the sides of the tattlers dispatching parties of braves after the murderous Cayuse American immigration Won the Day The surviving settlers wore not slow In seeking revenge and they made the name 1aleface a fearful word to the redskin murderers of the northwest forests War to the denIh wis turrit J on against the Indians for eight years Government troops were in the coun try and a stream of immigration had sot in Time leaders of the Cayuse who attacked the Whitman mission were captured by the Nez Ierces on the upper John Bay river and five of then wore hanged at Oregon city The graves of Dr Whitman and his Wife are pointed out near where they fell at Waliula on that bloody Novem her morning 1S17 In the light of this does it not seem that the government night hue been a little considerate In its treatment of time lute chief Joseph mud his Nez Forces band T vJjc World Moves Quickly How the thought of the world passes from one thing to another and then forgets Attention for mouths was centered upon Port Arthur and then it was transferred to time movements of the naval fleets the meeting of which was so disastrous to Russian hopes It will be remembered that when Ilojestvcnsky entered the Chinn Sea he wired to the Czar If I am victorious I shall Inform you If I am vanquished Togo will Inform you To time public Port Arthur is no moro than one of the countless red splotches that dlsllgure history and the naval battle of all history is already relegated to dry discussions as to what brunch of service was most disastrous to ship and lives Enforcing the Lairs From the Washington Star There was nothing original in Gov Folks address at Cbautauqua N Y recently hut the wellknown truth he enunciated took on greater weight for his indorsement lie is no closet philosopher giving to the public the re suits of reading toad speculation but a man of affairs who has done things and noted time conseuuences He was elected District Attorney In St Louis In till expectation that he would Ignore the laws and let those who were violating them continue to flourish on IItllllr iniquities Instead of that he enforced the laws and saw conditions all around him rapidly Improve When therefore such a man tells us that a cure for many of time Ills we are endu- Ing r as a people is the simple execution of the laws he has the strongest pos sible claim upon our attention and his advice is worth following Laws are of little use unless their enforcement Is demanded and backed up by public sentiment m Literature and Music Prospcr IDuring the past year the Library of Congress made entries for copyrights toT the extent of 100577 an increase of 7111 over those made In 1903 O these compositions of a musical char acter head the list there having been entered for copyright Jiy740 PeriodI 0Ilnls in single numbers follow closely behind with u total number of 21041l The classification of books showed entries to the number of 29510 son 10G91 of which were books and the remainder booklets leaflets circulars curds newspapers and magazine artl des i L PALATIAL R R STATION I NEW WASniXGTOX TION Till FIXBST IX TUB WORLD Construction of Structure and Build Ing Adjacent Largest of Freight Yards to Cost 22000000 With nil time talk relative to Governs ment control of railway rates and titprobability of Congress giving the subject at least consideration the busy solons of the Senate and House this winter mummy not appreciate that within a radius of eight miles of the Capitol building there Is work of railroad im provement going on having a value of over 22000000 Just across the Potomac River be tween Washington and the historic but sleepy town of Alexandria the Pennsylvania railroad Is well along In constructing the largest freight yards In the United States at a cost of 7000000 while the Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio railroads are ex pending 15000000 In the city Itself In eliminating grade crossings mud erect lug a new Union station a station which when completed will be the largest passenger station In the world even exceeding that at Hamburg Ger manyCompares in Size with Capitol The new station In Itself but five feet shorter than the Capitol building will face a plaza 500 feet wide by about 1000 feet long decorated with artistic balustrades terraces amid fountains Nine streets will lead Into the plaza which Itself will provide a space for massing troops and spectators for pub tic ceremonies To give the required elevation to time station so as to admit time two passenger tunnels from the South It was necessary to fill In the site of the station some 1000000 cubic yards of earth being required to form the now plaza the till for a con siderable area being over 35 feet in depth Sanitary Train Sheds Unlike most railroad stations the architectural beauty of the Washington station will not be marred by the usual gigantic semicircular train shed but each pair of trucks will bo cowered user with a sort of umbrella truism shed which will protect alighting and de parting passengers from the elements but will also allow the smoke and gases to rise Into the atmosphere The baggage trucks will pass to the cars through tunnels to the end of the tracks where the trunks and parcels will be brought to the surface by ole vators so that nt no time will the pas singers 1 be In danger of collision with the baggagemen The train concourse will be the largest single room In the world nearly 700 feet long the entire vista being unbroken by time usual lab Tlnthof pillars The ceiling Is to be constructed In what Is technically known as of the seif supporting type There will be UIJ passenger trucks ion the main floor level and six on the tunnel floor where trains from the South will arrive through the double tunnel under Capitol lull A feature of the station will be the absence of stairs so that oven in a large crowd for which Washington Is famous dur lug inaugural or convention times there will he no danger of accident to the passenger arriving or departing Presidential and Diplomatic Entrance There will be special entrances and also rooms for guests of the nation the diplomatic corps mud for the President of the United States who will thus bo enabled to quietly seek their train with i out hindrance In the original bill introduced in Con a j I gross allowing tho railroad com anles ito construct this station provision was made to drive u tunnel directly beneath the Capitol building with eke i vators running Immediately from the Senate Chamber and the House Cham her Into private Congressional stations This would have enabled the United States Senator from Oregon for In stance to puss out of the Senate and walk directly aboard his Pullman1 sleeping car without exposure to the open all until he reached his far western home A great convenlenc this doubtless to delicate legislators tbut a literal undermining of Congress by the railroads probably wisely ex eluded from the architectural plans ThcBrickbats Never Touched Hun I had a funny dream last nigh- e Thought that John D Rockefeller wai running for office Yes And he was about to mako a speed in a brickyard when woke up t M I hU EUROPEAN GOSSIP Tales of Diplomatic and Court In triguc It seems that Mr W W Astor has bought tho historic Hover estate in Kent England and Is improving it It Includes 2000 acres of land and a moated castle nearly six hundred years old where at one time Henry VIII maintained Anne of Cleves On this estate Mr Astor has put to work about one thousand men with due ap paratus and Is making changes rated as Improvements which tho calculating natives estimate will cost him a million and a quarter pounds He Is building a lake a model Village roads bridges and gardens and Is doubtless having a good deal of the sort of fun that Mr Kipling In a recent story has suggested as a suitable recreation for tired Amer leans Though the Sultan is himself a total TIIE SHAll OF PERSIA abstainer the finest vintage wines are always offered to such guests as dine at the palace The recent visit of the Shah of Persia to England recalls n former call of his upon Queen Victoria when London was startled at tho Oriental methods employed by this picturesque Eastern potentate Thousands of dollars worth of damage was done In the famous Buckingham Palace by the nochalant orders of the Shah The sheep which provided his mutton were brought into the palace rooms which hind been placed at his royal disposal anti slaughtered upon the magnificent and costly rugs and other such extravagant practices were time order of the day While the meat which the Shah eats Is always supposed to be slaughtered before his eyes It was believed at the time that these performances were simply the carrying out of an Eastern regal fancy to show Western barbarians what the Orient was accustomed to The Queens maids of honor have very little to do They live at home and when the Queen Is In London they are conveyed to Buckingham Palace after luncheon in royal carriages and remain in a suite of charming salons until required to accompany the Queen and her unmarried daughter out driving They must dress very well and not appear in tho same clothes too often and above all study the wishes of Her Majesty in regard to colors and modes The millinery embargo that Is not to wear a picture hat must be fol lowed to the letter With a salary of 1500 and time attachment of Honorable to their names the fair maids of honor manage to wry along until they marry iII I I King Alfonso recently had a curious adventure at Madrid He had lef Granda one morning Incognito H guarded his Identity so strictly tha no one suspected his presence and when he presented himself at the royal palace tho sentry refused him admit tanco The King Inspected time apart rents being prepared for President Loubet of France who was preparing to visit the youthful Spanish monarch and then sent a summons to the aston ishcd ministers to come and holdni council The EmpressDowager of China 1h thoughtful of her subordinates Hers Is an edict of hers Issued recentl which will bear out time Idea Won WenShao the grand secretary ha served under us many years and 114 faithtfulness He Is now over 70 years o age and in the dally audiences hi obeisance Is now very difficult and ou sympathy must be shown him Le him toe relieved from the grand coup IItf1 oil in order that ho may be save trouble As a dismissal this coul hardly be improved upon Father John of Cronstadt whoso extraordinary Influence over time Czar no less than his propaganda against3 the revolutionaries continually rouse the Ire of the secret committee is 86i years of age In personality he answers to the description of the aver age Russian peasant only In his caso abstemiousness has wrought a refining effect on his features VAN CALAVA COUNTING UXCLE SAMS CASH Occurs Every Time a New Treasurer Is Appointed Owing to the recent change In the olllco of Treasurer of the United States n task of no small magnitude is going on 111 the Treasury Building Every time ono Treasurer gives way to another the cash must be counted and verllkd before the new ofllcinl s responsible for the money wider hi cares soon ns a change IsI made the Secretary of the Treasury appoints Committee of Three to select n force t count the cash This committee picks out n number of clerks In time various olliccs of the Department and they ore set at work to count the millions Per hips there may be forty men selected to performs this huge count maybe fifty or eighty It is always considers an honor to be one of these counters The total sum counted by these me is somewhere in the neighborhood live hundred tumid thirty millions i money bonds notes and everything else One vault alone contains over a hundred millions in silver dollars Another has 11 heavy amount of silver fractional currency nUll many tons nickel llve cent pieces and pennies ofII The working cash Is handled and in order to give It a chance to do regular duty It Is counted at night Most of the money Is counted In bulk and stored away In mugs each contain lug n certain sum lucse are weighed and if there is even one dollar short there is instant detection of the wrong count As each bag is filled by a clerk who attaches his name by a tag any discrepancy In the number of coins or tiny coin missing from the sack Is charged to him This Is done not only to check any tendency toward dis honesty but also to cause each counter to exercise the greatest care The new Treasurer is Charles II Trent of New York who takes the place of Ellis H Roberts The Unemployed hi Germany It seems from consular reports that 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mean among us said Signs with a laughing sneer and a glance out of the window at the re spectable Sloane street trees decorously dusty though just In bud But l tholI now even though It means Bays I water J Lady Jane glanced rather uneasily at Signas straight young back which was all that presented Itself to her to 4 LadyJanewhether Signa was in earnest or Iron ical Site was beginning to think youngestdaughter orSloaneSignadoingal thing such as wanting to take up a profession or refusing a really sound offer for instance Sometimes slneo his godmother had behaved in P a thoughtwithyear and Bayswater would be better shelivedmarryathefamilywith whom the girl delighted to frighten her chaperons Lady Jane Is a dear good soul but she is accustomed to be unwise in her management of Signa She allowed her new approval of Noel to be read in the growing maternity of her manner Hitherto she had been cousinly in her treatment of himshe was not his aunt or that might have been her atti t tudeand when things looked very black in the matrimonial market she comforted herself aloud with his advantages Signa hated the obvious Her temper had been decl ely uncer tain since Captain Verney had come into what she henceforth styled his Bar water income and she sallied fora this very afternoon In mood that was ripe for mischief She found it at Lady Bloomflelds afternoon crush where the Bohemian element was mingling with the severely social and everybody was discussing the great Benefit night at the Bacchante Theatre of Varieties In aid of the War Fund The Bacchante is a very superior hull and that lent a zest to the way in which everyone I was buying ticketsin aid of the charity There was a fat man In a long coat in the centre of tho of the smartest women present ttgroup Signa arrived He was Bats burg the proprietor of the Bacchante and the originator of the benefit but Signa hardly glanced at him There was no doubt that she was In a very bad mood Indeed and her eyes roam Ing about for some evil deed to prove this did not alight upon Batsburg as the special means arranged by the Powers of Darkness to help her It I was not with any thought of the fat man and his glpssy curls In her mind that slue sat down at the piano and volunteered song There had been music going on all of that afternoon but Signas performance was entirely different and everyone listen ed and indeed crowded in from the other rooms tohcar Slits lias aI singularly clear voice strong enough to fill a concertroom and trained by Da Capri He never thought that his excellent training would go to help Signa to give Lady Bloomflelds guests a treat such as that perform ance of Hyar there the road for Lisbeth They were a noisy audience when Signs singing had suddenly transformed them from welldressed luke warm men and women Into laughing applauding human beings not above Joining In that last swinging chorus of the others and one could secetn seemed no more a drawing room In 11- Pont street but the cottonfields of Louisiana Lady Blooinllelds own I high cackle rose high above the voices of the others and 0110f could see the men drawing breath to demand an encore even as she rose hushed with the excitement of her success from the piano and she heard all across the room the main ger ask who she was Two minutes later someone brought him over and Introduced him and they stood by the Instrument talking quickly and earn estly so deep In conversation Indeed lint Signa would not be Interrupted to sing again It was only when she looked past his broad back that she caught sight of Verneynonchalant eyeglass In eye evidently not at all upset by her reckless Interpretation the notorious negro melodyIYes of course I will said Signa to the manager I should like itand she nodded to Vcrncy over his shoulder Her smile was brilliantII Half London was in the stalls of the Bacchante on the great benefit nightI and the boxes were taken by select parties who thought the auditorium a little public for the light of their presence I was tickled to see the duchess levelling her glasses at Poppy le Marchant when that young lady danced the congereolilnnoo In aid of the charity and admired the toler ance of her attitude Lady Jane was in the box too and Sir Wilfred and sister the one who married Into the state but Signa herself was not present and when went round to pay my respects to her grace I learned that she had pleaded a headache and stayed at home The cause I thought was not far to seek as Slgna would have persisted that she had lumbago If it would have saved her accom panying a party of which the duches- made one- Batsburg had tacitly promised the I SHALL I COME TOO SIGNA I a music frock standing a Clear I house a sensation that night and we were all a little eager It had not been announced on the boards but ha floated round society through the pri vate channels and we kept asking each other who was this new star of Batsburg Tho programme was as good us could be but the performerss were old acquaintances and while we stormed the stage with applause after each item all felt that Batsburg owed us a hew sensation yet It came between numbers 0 and 10an extra turn which was merely slipped upo- nthe notice board The baud strut up a new air a catchy thing that none o had heard and yet I believe wall e tried to hum it and then into the centre of the wide strip of stage left bare in front of the backcloth a little ragged London gamin came swinging his impudent dirty face turned to the audience with the sang fraid of his Inimitable breed IIe stood still a min ute and then cooly looking us over he began to shy personalities at our comments that made the victim shout claim him a success There was no doubt about his I apparantlywithout a dab of paint on him that sQJlremelyjauntywas one of the boys who sold bogus programmes at the side doors of the hall or for a few stray coppers sang versions of the songs to be heard in uptodience and discourse on their private affairs and was getting quite personal when one concluded rthatJItho urchin had been coached by someone who did know Batsburg had been among these people for weeks In con nection with the benefit and though Indoubtrultastethat It caught ontrue stalls roared as each stinging remark pointed by one acrossthejauntymusIc dancekindsoftlybroko himHisboysvoiceEnstEndthetheatre to 1 Braccbridge of tho Guards who was Bitting between Noel Veruoy and Mrs Chlltrcn Hundreds almost sprang up right in his seat By Jove he said Its Signal The house did not recognize her all at once1 and the boxes apparently not at all But even the awful presence of the duchess and the appalling consequences which loomed in the near future could not restrain tine urea They laughed at every wicked point in the song and when he was off the stage they yelled to have him back again It sounded as if the whole hall were one confused Imper- Ious demand and though they did not cull her by name It was obvious that Signa was recognized I wondered what she would do and almost held my breath when the small ragged figure returned for a brief moment l but only just in sight at the wings There was a growing terror In Signas eyesan expression most alien to them Either the pausing of the ex citement or the realization of her own daring or else that clamoring audience was terrifying her She bowed hastily and puttered off In spite of the cries to her to sing again I feared the demand was too strong and that they would force her to come back and I turned to look round for Verney But he had dis appeared and ho was not In the duchess box though I looked therewith fear and trembling Her grace was still sitting calm and smiling at tho front of the box there was something ominous in her tacit refu sal to recognize what everyone knew Lady Janes face was like n mask I thought Lady Leamington was cry lug but I could not see her plainly The next turn fell flat though there was a gallant effort to applaud and carry it through But so many of the men had vanished that it looked as if u wind had swept the stalls bare It was fatally easy to get be hind They were waiting for Signa- I sat out two turns then I followed Verney He had as I suspected left his place before Signa had made her bow and was waiting for her behind By the time I got round the wings seemed to be full of men chat tering In excited voices nUll at a little distance stood Verney cool and lauquld miking to Batsburg I heard thessidedooryes there Is a way round and I went then and there In the di rection indicated because I wanted to see the end of the comedy There was a bro llIun waiting there I stood unnoticed on the pavement un till they came out Indeed It was I who opened the carriagedoor Sign had changed her clothes rapidly and slipped away from her dressingroom white the men were still awaiting her In tho wings But she was crying bitterly and it so much surprises mo that I felt the whole scene a little unreal Verner put her Into the carriage hesitated and stood with one foot on the step Shall I come too SIgua he said Her voice came out of the dark ness muffled I am frightened Noel At last he said quietly Well I am not I thought it would be fun to scan dalize you I4Do you mean that I was the cause thistimeHow you have two thousand a year said Slgna Irrevantly Nei they of them noticed me So you thought you would fling your independence of my opinion atI me once for nil and see if I could be seared away eh fSomething like that Well you cannot Nothing could I am going to take the onus of the affair on myself from this time forth however and tackle the family Will you stand by me Noel Slg na must really have had a fright to saythatThere shall be no occasion The shall not dare to refer to itis strengthit is you and I togethe- now He jumped Into the carriage and I closed the door and told the coach man Home because by that tints they were past thinking of anything but themselves Lady Jane confessed1as afterwards that the engagement Was tho greatest relief she had ever known She had feared that it would1 never come off because it appears that owing to her blundering and causedd1 a breach between them which Sign would not give Verney a chance t heal Batsburg was an angela fa- angel111 the disguise of a frock coal- and his Benefit was the medicine tha killed or cured The amusing part of it Is that the Duchess leas Ignored the whole affair and as she has declined to acknowl edge what everyone knowsthat Slg greutWarFutHlgo to the wedding on which occasion retirefromproperbohaviorfor Quick Wll a Strong Factor Some of the noblemen of Europe owe their present portions and stations honor to the presence of mind and for thought of their ancestors during ex tremely critical moments A hiccough for instance is the cause of the Kin skys princely rank in Austria It seems that during the midst of sots great court function at Vienna the Em press Maria Theresa had the misfor tune to hiccough so violently as to cause not only herself but her court great embarrassment In the midst of her bewilderment young Count Kiusk stepped forward and with a mos clever assumption of intense mortifica pardontorEmpress received his apology with notI only good grace but gratitude and be fore long the young nobleman was bestowed with high court honors and decorationsAnother story 13 told how the Em peror Napolepn III when out hunting one day being a very poor marksman fired at a pheasant but instead hit General Massena destroying the sight of one of his eyes No one could doubt GeneralaMnssena turned round and soundly berated General Berthier who had been standing behind him which castIgation Berthier at once accepted and appeared overcome with remorse Napoleon was grateful to both for thus shielding him and overwhelmed them both with honors and dignity fs Ezf I DRINK GALLONS OF WATER Practice Said to Account for Japs Hardihood Tile NIchlNichl a prominent Japanese paper in commenting on the rt nmrkablc health of the Japanese sol dier In the field attributes not a small degree of his endurance null Immunity trout disease to hie habit of drinking about u gallon of water every day of his life The statement was verified by an attache of the Japanese treaty commlKHlon who studied medicine at Harvard and practiced at home The Japanese soldier Is not permitted to drink much water on the march lIe merely wets his lips rin ses his mouth and takes a small swallow now and then But In camp he drinks freely A quart Immediate ly on rising moro after breakfast and several quarts during the evening Of course it Is largely habit He has not studied the systems requirements I BOLmERIA TYPICAL JAP from the physicians standpoint All he knows about It Is that ho Is thirsty and drinks to satisfy that thirst Americans Use Too Little Your people he went on neglect their needs as a rule In respect to both water and air They do not drink enough and do not bathe enough I would not way they are unclean it is only that they are less particular In their cleanliness It is a difference in the point of view The Japanese think a dally bath the very least at tention to the body Many bathe sev eral times a daya simple sponging cleansing the pores anti giving the soul a chance to breathe And the air bath is equally a habit My pee pie cannot at first live in the close American houses They crave the freedom and perfect ventlllatlon of their bamboo cottages Drinking and hutting are national traits We be Hove that cleanliness of the internal tissues is as necessary to health anti comfort as cleanliness of the skit Tho waste materials of the body are oftten poisonous Thulr Yoteiiri ii Is the cause of ninny sleepless nights headaches rheumatic pains fits of hail geston Water in abundance Inside and out is necessary to every human being Wash Inside And Out The NIchlNlchl discourses further on the subject stating In a naive way imiy drinkn andrthe way to health lies through the do main of cleanliness As we wash our linen so should wo wash our bodies Inside and out Water Is the swootonor life In Its free use you shall be as sweet and pure as n mountain brook strong as the lion of tho sea as broad as the windswept rice fields You shall hold your head In the stars 1and your life shall be as peaceful as a summer day Tho largest pin factory In the world IK not an has heel stated in the Ilirndngluuntmnnujfaeturefl thetout about lOOOOOOO How to Become JJlscnsc Proof It has already been suggested that tune appendix should be removed from every Infant as a routine measure But this Is clearly insufficient says the British Medical Journal The surgery of the future must include far more than this The tonsils and turbInate bones of the nose must be cut out be cause they may harbor germs What Arhuthnot Lane calls the human cess pool that Is the large intestine must be removed along with a consider able part of the upper portion of the beewuett we begin to live on M Berthelots tabloids and pills The too readily decaying teeth will lbe pulled out In early life and the germ fellingeeye by spectacles in early youth Deficient moral sense and degeneracy will be treated by ventilation of the brain and removal of the offending areas Thus protected against tho perils of comingtthrough life to defy the countless enemies that seek to rob him of health sans teeth sans eyes sans taste sans everything FRONTIER HOSPITALITY Tho PralrloDoff said to tho Your homo fa my hole youAIllask tho Owl too 8nllkoII COFFEEDOES DOESHURT r Make the trial yourselfleave off Coffee 10 days and u- sePOSTUM FOOD COFFEE in its place Thats the only way to find out Postum is a sure rebuilder and when you cut out the coffee and use Postum instead you get a taste of health for the aches and ails begin to leave You may THINK you know but you dont until after the trial Remember Theres a Reason Get the little book The Road to Wellsvllle to eachpkg THE RACVCLE SPROCKETSL- ike No 2 Grindstone are Hung Between the Bearings A9t JjiifdC5i tJ2 1tyIC Which Stone will Turn 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AGRICULTURE DENOUNCES f SCHEME AS HUMBUG ifer IlTCIIELLrr One of Uncle Sams duties and it isk an extremely important one Is showing To ij up and where possible stopping Vews frauds and fakes and preventing the Wopeople from being mulcted of their w savings Through its issuance o- ftdverrfraud orders the Postofflce Depart Imnsr ment prevents millions of dollars every year from being squandered on worthless VI r- J projects and faUe schemes ex hIs plaited through dinning advertise Vn ments The vigilance of the Govern ettarment against lottery concerns is an tin nowithrough clever advertising that olutqI have como to be very chary about giv ny litIng their indorsement to any schemes toes rlwhich have not been pretty thoroughly Tilttried out onveThe Spencer Seedless Apple Vest A case In point was the efforts of the reattColorado seedless and coreless apple SpencerVlthg r nne m tarhf t LUIPHOTOGRAPHS OF SEEDLESS AND COHELKSS FURNISHED fferDEPAItTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BY SPENCER ivln indorsement of the Fruit Division o- lkrr the Department of Agriculture The II Incapple men of the Department were ex imtrtremely doubtful of the claims mad IbMr Spencer that he had evolved a to I seedless apple which would revolu m sltionize the apple industry of the coun Irr1try and they were wise in refusing to II an give it indorsement Colonel Brackett Ill the Pomologist of the Department I ldr now states that the seedless and core less apple propaganda is apparently one of the most carefully considered and 1c intelligently worked out schemes for fooling and defrauding the publici which has ever been attempted along 1agrlcullural lines Taking advantageI of the remarkable results of fruit an plant improvement made by Luther i Burbank and other wizards of plant science the statement was sprung upon i an unsuspecting newspaper press and public that a wonderful seedless andI jcoreless apple had been discovered Hundreds of columns of newspaper de scriptions of this fruit have since ap peared in not only the daily and weekly ate3f CROSS SECTION OF SPEXCKH SEEDLESS s APPLE REPRODUCED FROM SPEN CER CATALOGUE papers but in magazines and scientific journals to I Plans for Sinking Money Spencetvseedless apple so far as its being a 1new and valuable production Is con ItII cerned is an entire fake and it would I t appear that the plan is more of a stock t S and bond selling proposition than a 1 i nursery stock one The seed l Oleas and careless apple is almost as old as history Pliny the Roman natural- Ist described two thousand years ago Hundreds of references appear inr the books of horticulturists about this freak the whole story having been de tscribed by Professor Bailey of Cornell about fifteen years ago The bad faith I of the Spencer apple people is shown in their circulating a partial quotation from Professor Bailey written about the seedless apple years ago and hay ing no reference to the socalled Spen cer seedless apple The reason now appears for the care ful educational work done among the newspapers last year The Spencer Seedless Apple Company of Now York has been organized with alleged nur series in Niagara County has issued a i magnificent catalogue with a full col ored lithograph of the Spencer seed less apple and also showing cross sections of the apple with no semblance of coro or seedy w Newspapers Which Bit In I This catalogue contains numerous ex V 1 tracts from papers all over the country j alauding the Spencer seedless apple almost I I to the skies The truth is that 11tBome of the most conservative papers ht were successfully roped in and uncon t sciously published articles specially a 1 1written for them by the propagandists themselves and these very papers arc II now quoted in the catalogues distrib i1 uted by the company Such eminent the New York Timesu e names appear as tthe Buffalo Inquirer both of which I had enthusiastic editorials the Amen tecan Inventor the New York Farmer of the Scientific American the Buffalo Commercial the Now York Herald the National Nurseryman the Denver m Times and a score of others er The Public to Pay the Profitst This Now York apple company It but one of the subsidiary companle with stockr dilt r rlt- a either paper stock or nursery stock in New York State The attractive plan proposed by the parent Spencer company as learned att the Department of Agriculture is thatt these subsidiary or local seedless appleI companies may be formed in the vari ous States The local company is to pay a cash bonus to the mother com pany and also issue it 51 per cent of its stocka controlling Interest The public is to be let in on the remainder 49 per cent To facilitate the sale of this stock Assistant Pomologist W A Taylor says that the company some time ago issued a statement to the ef feet that the retail price of trees will be held up to 3 each while the cost to the local company will not exceed 50 cents and it is estimated that on a local investment of 5000 60000 could be quickly rounded up It seems said Mr Taylor who in speaking of the matter appeared to be entirely convinced of the shadyness of APPLES THE I f THE COMPANY raising it fthe scheme that all of the people con 1 nected with the general company with oralmen entirely unknown to the horticul tural world Reckless Statements The company appears to be well organized and has apparently engaged ex cellent legal talent The statements In all the literature issued by the con puny are very skillfully worded said Mr Taylor the statements mad through the public press for which the company cannot be held accountable and which are influencing the peopled have been recklessly misleading and untrue The shrewd method by which this apple was advertised in England UnitednStates shows that a master brain is en gineering the promotion of the scheme Having prepared the British public through numerous articles for some thing startling a specimen of the seed less apple was sent to King Edward inclosed in a plushlined jewelry box The English papers commented widely upon the occurrence and several addi tional apples were sold at public auc tion for enormous prices and the pro dally well written encomium on this happening and on the value of the apple was innocently transmitted by the American Consul to our Depart meat of Commerce and through Its ad vance consular sheets distributed to every newspaper in the United States A feature of this Incident was the ceremony connected with the cutting of two apples which brought the largest prices namely 15 A number of distinguished British horticulturists werelpresent the apples were taken fromt l cold storage cases and everything proceeding beautifully until the knife was applied then it was found that the apples were neither seedless nor core less and the indignant purchasers Messrs Shearn demanded their money backMust Make the Fakirs Smile A somewhat amusing feature as related by Colonel Brackett is the con cern which this tremendous advertis- Ing 31 is causing our principal competitors iI In the export apple trade The Tasmanian government council has in stituted an official inquiry whether tln new development is likely to so revolutionize i the character of the fruit whic we export to Europe and which is in competition with them as to necessitate their securing and growing this seedless variety Colonel Brackett states that thus far no tree or scion of this alleged remark able apple has been placed in the hands of any disinterested experimenter and it is significant that there are not as yet any trees or scions for sale al though it is stated thai several nillio PHOTOGRAPH OF SEEDLESS APPLES SOLD TO MESSRS SHEARN FOR 30 SHILLINGS APIECE trees are being grown in New York Iowa Utah and Colorado It is questionable whether the Fraud Order Office of the Postoffice Department will be able to bar the use of the mails to the company owing to the skillful preparation of its literature though such action it is stated would be sustained Iby all reputable fruit mob and nurserymen The wonder of the whole story is that in tho face of such lamentable failures where the promoters have con sentcd to exhibit their apples the work still goes forward of successfully fool ing the people It is not denied that there is an apple which may be called seedless and with an imperfectly de veloped core but it is a freak and worthless and moreover Is thousands of years old Wherever the Spencer apple has been exhibited it has been a fizzle One claim made by the company is because the apple is bloomless it offers no opportunity for the codling moth to lay its eggs that therefore the apple cannot be wormy One of the apples reluctantly submitted by the Spencer people to Colonel Brackett the Pomologist of the Department con tailed when cut a good fat codling moth worm while all the apples sub TIlE SEEDLESS APPLE PRESENTED- TO KING EDWARD mltted to the Department and to UK St Louis Exposition apple judges con tamed either seeds or corps The apples were moreover small and in ferior but the newspaper account of these events tell a different tale Farm Bulletins The great demand upon the Depart ment of Agriculture for some of the Farmers Bulletins which aro distributed free has necessitated the reprint- Ing of quite a list of these valuable lit ie pamphlets Among others of gen oral Interest which are available are No 41 Fowls Their Care and FeedingNo 44 Commercial Fertilizers Their Composition and Use No 03 Caro of Milk on the Farm No 64 Ducks and Geese Standard Breeds and Management- No 113 Tho Apple and How to Grow It I INo 121 Deans Peas and Other Legumes as Food No 32 Silos and Silage No 164 The Home Fruit Gardens Preparation and Care No 33 Peach Growing for Market- h No 34 Meals Composition andI Cooking No 192 Barnyard Manure No 200 Turkeys Standard Vane tics and Management No 214 Beneficial Bacteria for Leguminous Crops Proper Seasoning of Farm Imple nmcilsIt in full time that all mowing ma chines harvesters nml other horse implements should be left out In the Hold to obtain the benefit of the fall weather Plows and harrows will of course be needed yet and these will be kept under cover for awhile but can be left out later after the fall plowing Tills practice of fall weathering of implements is quite general In many farming sections and is encouraged from year to year by a large class of farmers It Insures thorough weathering of the wood and produces In the metal parts of the machinery n line brown color The practice Is an entirely satisfactory one to the implement sellers us a class Pickles uhf Unities An exchange made an unfortunate error in its Answers to Correspond ents recently Fond Mother wrote in to find out what she should do for her children who had the whooping cough In the make up the compositor got some items transposed and the answer read If not too young skin them thoroughly immerse in scalding water sprinkle plentifully with salt and leave for a week in strong brine Horrors He misplaced the answer to Anxious Housekeepers query for a pickled onion recipe Everything Was the Same A young Oxford student one day to ceived an unexpected visit from his pretty sister and was very Indignant that she came without a chaperon Look here said the young man I will not have any of the fellows see you In my rooms so if anyone knock at the door you just get behind that screenIn a few minutes a knock was heard and the girl ran behind the screen as her brother went to open the door An old gentleman stood on the threshold who after profusely apolo gizing for his intrusion said I am just home from Australia and many years ago I occupied these rooms would you allow me sir to look at them once again1 Certainly said the student come In Ah exclaimed the old man everything is Just the saute Same old table same old fireplace same old Rcreenwncatching sight of the girl By JOve same old dodge Sir exclaimed thlI student that Is my sister Gad sir was the rejoinder same old story A Few Afterthoughts The Chinese women are being wean d from the old custom of binding their feet and it is stated that the practice now obtains only nutmeg the American women Then is no authority for the state mint that the railroad companies would seriously object If Congress spends the entire session discussing tho tariff mad reciprocity I reflect with sorrow over the justification of the claim you make of having lent mo your constant sup port says Lord Curzon the viceroy of India recently deposed at the instance of Premier Balfour If the Premier understood Just what Lord Curam indicated and had the nerve he probably called back your anoth er The customs officials are alarmed at the apparent fact that there are more Havana cigars In the country than is warranted by the imports of Havana tobacco They have probably omitted to calculate to include the hickory nnd cabbageleaf crop Tlic King of Spain Is again touring the European courts looking for somebody who will accept him Tile idea that the scarcity of ser vant girls Is duo to their nil having become writers of novels Is probably suggested by the quality of current fiction Germany and France have reached an agreement over Morocco that is entirely satisfactory to both parties How about the feelings of the third patty j i rtram has been up before- a rk magistrate for failure to debts At the samo time her d is playing in Tho Prod Jgalon A Trial by Telephone Robert Wlllard a farmer living near Elklmrt in Logan county Illinois up on being arrested by Constable Pettit on a charge of intoxication and dis orderly conduct pleaded guilty by tele phone When he was Informed of the Sli line by the justice In Lincoln he agreed to send the amount by mall The case Is unique In central Illinois JurisprudenceThe found Willard busily engaged In a cornfield and read the warrant to him Wlllard agreed that it was all right but pointed to the work that he was doing nnd declared that he could not possibly lose a day or two by driving to Lincoln and wait ing for 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than anything else for the low average of corn in the central West The ground may be rich the preparation good and the corn receive the best cultivation but if the stand is poor the yield will bo corresponding ly poor Careful counts ot the number of stalks per bill were made last year in more than a thousand different corn fields and it would be safe to say that there was not to exceed CG per cent of a perfect stand on an average and in some cases it fell as low as 40 per cent This meant that the State devoted nearly 0000000 awes of corn and produced only a 0000000 crop or to put it in another way with a perfect stand the present average virld ot 33 bushels would be increased to 50 bushels per acre or an increase to the State ot 153000000 bushels This does not tale into consideration the increas ed yield made possible through the user iJimproved varieties better bred 3tjed elimination of barren stalks by moans of breeding hotter methods of rultivation etc Make a Germination Test The most common mistake is to con elude thut the seed is all right and does not need testing III judging corn at most contests it is invariably the case that some entries which present a good exterior appearance do not get a place among the good scores because of the immature and damaged condi tion ot the germ Ve have had such excellent autumn weather and but little freezing weather until after the corn was husked but i it does not necessarily follow that all is well with your seed Our shrinkage experiments last year at the college snowed that corn at the time ot hnsKiug contained about 8 per cent of moisture Ihs illustrates the importance of protecting our seed from even slight freezing until this excess moisture has been evaporated Herein lies the danger to tne germ which is susctpible to frosts while it contains so much moisture Even tho casual observer will detect the worthless germ and will recognize DO YOU FUEL TIt 5 WAY I royou feel all tired out Do you some hies think you just cant work away at jrour profession or trade any longer Do you have a poor appetite MId lay awake at nights unable to sleep Are your nerves all gone and your stomach too Has ambition to forge ahead It in the qu J1worldleft you If so you might u well put a atop to your misery You can do it if you will Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will make you a dif ferent individual It will set your slug gish liver to work It will get into every vein in your body and purify your bloOd Itwta set things right tn your 8tom- Bch and your appetite will conic back I- CaiS any tendency in your family toward it will keep that dread der away Even after consumption has almost gained a foothold in the form of a lingering cough bronchitis or bleeding at the lungs it will bring about speedy cure in 98 per cent of all cases It is a remedy pre pared by Dr R V Pierce of whowishwhose advice isgivenfree to all to I write him His great success has come from I liifl wide experience and varied practice O S openhavert Esq of Mount Union i Jfuntlngdon Co Pa Box 2r2 writes About 5 twelve viafeatyears ago I was suddenly taken with a ttmorell severe until it caused watcrbrath and vom a Ring of a slimy yellow water A physician told me I had a form of dyspepsia and treated me for about six months with but little benefit An other physician told me my liver ws out of or der and that I had indigestion Ho gave me a treatment and I got some better but only for a short time I then tried another one who said I I bed chronic Indljtcstlon ulceration of the lining orthntoUtach torpid liver and kldnryafl ctlon 1 lIe treated me for more than a year and I felt y much better but It did not last I then took to using several widely advertiSed patent medl It ictmedldnes1using It pteasItlf Dr Pierces medcines ucommended to be lust as rood J llII are the really good germ but it is the not very good andInot very bad germ that has been deceiving us It is a temptation to put in an ear that pleases us and not discredit its weak features This is the ear most danger ous of all Tab germinating box is the only means of successfully determining the weak germ that is liable to rot if the spring be cold and backward and if it does grow the stalk may be barren or produce only a nubbin The germinating box is a simple affair and can be made hr any one In an honrs time Take a shallow box about 2x3 feet in size put a few inches of moist sand dirt bran or sawdust in the bottom place over this a cloth which has been ruled off into squares checkerboard fashion one and one half inches each way numbered 1 2 8 and so on Lay ont tho ears to be tested side by side on the floor remove one kernel from near the butt middle and tip of the ear turn the ear over and remove three kernels in like manner from the opposite side making six Kernels in all thus securing a sample from the entire ear Place the six kernels at the enl of the ear trom which they were taken Use care so that the kernels do not get mixed with the kernels from tne ear next to it Place the kernels from ear No 1 in square No1 from ear No 2 in square No2 and so on with all of the ears Then place over this a cloth considerably larger than the box cover with about two inches of sand dirt bran or sawdust moisten well and keep in a warm place and the kernels will germinate in tom or five days Then remove the cover carefully to avoid misplacing the kernels in the squares a piece of thin cloth placed over the kernels before the top covering is put on will prevent the kernels from sticking to the upper cover Examine the kernels in the first row of tho germinating box for example the kernels in squares No 5 2 01 and 0 have failed to grow and one kernel each in squares 4 and 10 show weak germination tho corresponding ears should be rejected The ears show ing weak germination should be treated tho same as the worthless ears After examining the first row continuA to the second then the third and so on until all of the rows of kernels have been examined and ears showing a weak condition and those which failed to germinate have been rejected Preparing Corn For Planter After the germination test the next step is preparing tho corn for the planter First by removing tho mix ed Kernels In yellow varieties it canI be done better before shelling and in white varities after shelling as the mixed Kernels often do not show in white corn until tho corn has been shelled second by butting and tipp ing the ears of corn to insure the planter dropping the correct number of kernels in each hill Each ear should be shelled separately in shallow pan or on a screen anti pnt the corn thus shelled Into large medium and small gradesII The planter can be adjusted to drop either grade in uniform manner if each grade is kept separate and the proper planter plato be used for each grade but if these different sized kernels be mixed and dropped miscella neously the number of kernels dropped will range from one to five kernels to the billII Importance of Worktt We can not afford to neglect this im portant work If every farmer in the State would test every ear of his seed corn this winter in the way described above the yield would be wonderfully increased No other time will be so profitable to the farmer as that spent in testing his seed and in grading it I so that the planter will drop the proper 1 number of kernels per hill Eveiy one j of us can do this work It will cost us nothing but some time ot which we have plenty at tho season when tho woik should be done Let me appeal to t tic you to test every ear of corn this spring No possible loss can come from it and it will insure you a good stand of corn Tho thing absolutely essential if wo are to secure U1A best returns for the year of hard worK Ono day spent in March on the seed corn may be worth more to us than a month of hard work in the field later Without good seed our after labors are of little avail Nothing is more depressing and discouraging than a poor stand of conI Lot us test our seed and run no risks except those made necessary to everyone from tho conditions of weather over which none of us have contra l It is during the bad season when conditions are unfavoranle that we most need the kernels with largo deep germs bright cheerful color und wellmatured that will give ns the most vigorous geemination It is essential to seek improve varieties of corn but it is important that we give better treatment to the seed that is now being planted The losses to the State each yet from poor seed corn are something en ormousIt was pointed out in the formI er article tnat tho average stand of corn in the fields of tho State iapprox imateiy65 per centor a perfect stand This serious condition is very large duo to frozen seea corn that is Ito seed which was not harvested in tin to becomethoroughiy dried out beforef the severe freezes of November pnd December which either killed the germ or so weakened it that the kernel rotted t when planted especially if the ground was oldor at best gave but a weak stalk- Examinations have boon made of seed corn in nearly every section of the State and when ever it is not thoroughly dried ont befjre the severe freezes much ot it has been seriously injured The conditions the past season were almost an exact repetition of tl previous year when 18 per cent of the seed in the State on an average would not grow and 111 port cent moro was greatly weaKcned There are severalI cautions which snould ue observed in the storing of seed corn Do not put immature o freshly gathered seed corn in a warm room on the floor or In piles It will cither sprout or mould or both The corn should be hung up and the windows left open for circulation of airSeed corn should not be loft in bar rels and boxes nor on the liner or porch in piles It should be properl taken care ot as soon ns harvested Do not store seed corn over tin laundry room nor over the stable nS- it will gather moisture and be injured by freezing The most critical time for seed con is during the first month after it iis harvested while it is green and sappy There is danger that it will mold or grow if the room is warm and the circulation of air is not good or the corn IH put in piles On the other hand I there is danger of Us freezing protected Corn dries out much mor I slowly than is generally supposed Th texperiments of the college show tlia corn which shrunk 20 per cent during the year in a small crib bad lost on January 1st but 8 per cent This corn was put into the crib on October 27th I would again emphasize the Importance of selecting thirty or forty of the choicest ears planting them on one side of our earliest planted field Ont of this seed patch the seed for next years crop should be selected not later than October 20th and hunt n- at once where it can dry out thorough ly before the severe freezes No Pill is as pleasant and positivons DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleans ing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Soldt by All Druggists First Frost Thursday A heavy killing frost was precipi tilted hero last Thursday morning It is impossible to have u clear head an active brain a vigorous consUtu tion or a strong body when the diges tion is weak or when the stomach iis out of order Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will put the stomach and digestive organs in good condition and improve the general condition h k I v Jc Sherman fall FOR COUNTY CLERK November Election 1905 PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICALI INSTITUTE ELIZABETH TOWN KY harmlessItutlonnlHomeopathy Medical Electricity Hydroth TherapySIlAmoiii the Chronic Diseases treated lire NnsnlCuturrbIarJlouthThroatllronchluand 1 t Indigestion Headache Plies IFistula Itlieu inatlsm Neuralgia Diseases of the nervous NeurastheniaSlseplessuess Iarnlysls Kpllepsy Liver heart kidney and1 LamlnessSIrofulaIlquelao percutlerSupnrlluous hair and facial blemishes re moved by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Surveyoriialso Notary Public LrI can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost SolicitedlyI toAddress me at Hardinsburg Ky Stylish ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grado fabrics Clothes wade by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex nepert tailors employed J II HUNSCHE Casper May A Co Canneltou Ind BABBAGEr AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in sot thng estates All collections rcas enable Cloverport Kentucky eH DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession in all of the Courts of Hreckonrluuo e and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting troad cases and criminal practice License to practice in Unrted States District Courts Office fvei Bank of Ilardlnsburic Redwood and cedar shingles Redlined beveled sidings Skill sides 20 inches wide and longtP flooring and ceiling White pine doors and sash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill Steal tint Ihlr IInoL Students of uoiloloxy who are ford latterpI day man to the prarllces of his re mote ancestry will note with Interest the fact that there Is authority at least 000 years old for the entry Steal not this book for fear of slmnie by which schoolboys proclaim their ownership of a work In a curious volume in the liodlolnn library formerly beloiifjliiK to the monastery of llobertsbrldfje in Sussex IIs the following Inscription This book belongs to St Mary of Hoberts bridge Whoever shall steal It or sell It 01 In any way alienate It let him be anathema maranatha In the course of the fourteenth cen lacy the book cants Into the posses slop of John bishop of Exeter who seems to have been somewhat troubled by the Inscription ns being likely to give rise to Injurious suspicious with regard to himself Accordingly he wrote underneath It under date 1327 I John bishop of Exeter know not where the aforesaid house Is nor did I steal this book but acquired It In a lawful way London Advertiser J v OOeNNNe0ee001eeeNe4NOee0e0NNNeeNe00eN00e i Bank of Hardinsburgt OFFICERS 0A a F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier v DIRECTORS J Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Ji1ti Insured against loss by fire or burglaryt 1e Interest paid on time depositsII eeeeeoeeeoeeoeo eeoeeeeeNNoNeee NOeeeeNNo u The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKIUyMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKIL MAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireprool vault furnishedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits lNN4N eoI Ns II First State Bank iiIRVINGTON KY R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier IIAccount of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited e I Interest Paid on Time Deposits- NNSNSNSSSeSSNNA04eS SI S NiNNNN3s ssllt inUn uu THE w Fifth Avenue f HOTEL8 i Louisville Ky ifI 1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr J + Wickliffe Dellaven in Collision A lieiidou collision occurred at Ovv eusboro last Wednesday night nt 71I oclock between Henderson Route freight train No I5 on which Wickliffe iel laves of this city was the engineer and a switch engine in that city The pilots were knocked off of each engine but beyond this there was no damage done Hoth engineers remained on their engines which were not going at a sufficient speed to cause a serious collision Cain fireman on the freight jumped from the engine when he saw that IIi collision WHS inevitable The traits was slightly delayed The engines were brought to the shops here and scot re paired The switch engine was on the freights time The collision occurred on a sharp curve New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now known to bo ourablu by Bucklens Arnica Salvo Tns Walters of Dnllield Vti writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed Incurable till Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed euro tor outs and burns 25i at Short Haynes drug store Scales Judge Wills Device Police Judge J H Wills is making tho race for reelection independent of any ticket The seRies will he his do vice Both he and his opponent Fred May the Republican candidate are waning an active canvass Was Native of Breckenridge An Evansville special to last Wed nesdsys CourierJournal stated that Mrs Jerry Callahan of PetersburgInd fell dead while cooking dinner and that Mrs Callahan was a native of Jlrecken ridge county I The most centrally located and only Hrstcliiss hotel Iu the city making a 1200 rate I principalII iofEverything neat iindcleanI i Mr Bryan Abroad William J Bryan sailed from San lIVancisco September 7 Mr Bryan will moke a voyage Around the world iu the course of his journey he will visit Hawaii China the Philippine Islands India Australia New Zealand Egypt Palestine Greece Turkeyjtaly Spain Switzerland Germany trance Norway Sweden Denmark Russia Holland nnd British Isles In each of these countries Mr Bryan will write for his paper The Common er one or store letters describing his observations It is needless to say that Mr Hryans letters will be interesting to men and women regardless of politi cal prejudice Those desiring to avail themselves of the opportunity to read these letters should lose no time in sub scribing for The Commoner The Commoner and the Brecken ridge News one year for 175 Sendus your subscriptions Death of Ed Haynes Ed Haynes from Breckenridge county who has been visiting relatives here this summer died Saturday morning at the home of his son Rev Buck Haynes If he had lived until next Wednesday he would have been ninety years old He lived a Christian life every day He was raised in Breckeu ridgo county and hips many relatives and friends who will be grieved to hear of his death Batlletowu cor Meade County Messenger CASTORIAI For Infants and hildren The Kind You Hay 1YS Bought Bears the- f3lgnaturo of cir ft The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1005 GARRETT Several in this neighborhood have shred their corn John Funk and family were guests of C H Lane at Garnettaville Mr nnd Mrs J H Shacklott w ra ghosts of Dick Hagans Monday Miss Lena Ritchie visited the 1lIss03 Oraycroft near Big Spring Sunday Mrs C T Sipes and daughter were in Brandenburg Wodnesoav ehoppin Allen Saunders and Robert Dnok ler of Illinois are here visiting rela tivos R H Dowell Iud family were guests of Mrs Jim Williams of Flab erty Sunday Miss Bertha Foushec spent Mont night with her sister Mrs Gilbert Knsey at Bewloyvillw Mrs Clint Crutcher and Mrs Clay comb of Webster spent Monday IlIght with Mrs J H Shacitlett Miss Mand Wright of Little Rock ATE is visiting hor sister Mrs Reuben Jones and also her aunt Mrs bnura Buruu Mrs Chat Price and Miss Din frloe of Brandenburg and Mrs IW B Dhonau and children spent Friduy with Mrs J H Shncklett TARFORK Mrs SArah El more is with her 1ilon Owen Elmore T H Chancellor went to Louisvl1le Friday to replenish his stook of goods The infant of Mr and Mrs J n Jaokson has been quits sick hut 11 bet tel Last Wedna day night a dance was given at the home of Mr and MIS Wash Robhins Mr and Mrs Felix Dunn of Tar kook visited his parents Mr and Mis Joe Dunn Mr and Mrs Tnoa Taboling of Ruth Station were here visiting bIS brothers and sisters last week Preparations are being made to 11H1r Ouvo Spring churcu at this place It will be dedicated October JJO Dinner will bo served on the ground Rev C L Goif went to Cloverpr Saturday to meet his brother Taylor Goff who resides in the West and whom he has not seen in tnnnv yeau The six yoar old daughter tf 1r and Mrs Tom RogerIi dIed of typho- Idftor last untiayMuJldultI hnried at Tarfork cemetery MonaaX Inner conducted by Revst+ rviii were L wis VoiluH A new idtn in a Cough Syrup is ad vanced in Kennedys Laxative Honey nud Tar Beflidos continuing Pine Tar Honey and other wimble remedies it ig rendered Laxative so that its ue inures a prompt un J efficient evac ntion of the bowel It relaxes tlw Herraus ursUjni and eureka nil cough colds tTjap rte A red cloer bloMOut mirt the honey bee lis on eory bottle of the Original Laxative tollgh Syrup Kennedy ei Luxntive RODey HUti Tar Hold bjr All Drll tits DUKES- Mrs Sudie R nrdcn Ui on tbf tick tilt this week Mrs nll1I liHiham visual htr son at Croering Friday J II Bnglmiu west to town with a 10401 wheat Tuesday ChHS Johnson wits the guest of Mil Carrie Hufchnm Sunday Nate Stacks still family moved to Owensboro Wednesdn- yMissleurl Bashain is visiting relative find friends at Owensboro Hilious Itashaui and Homer Tindl went U CHnnelton SinidHy Mrs Ola Campbell was the guest of II reoSudie Keardeii lFriday Job nie Iluhiinson is visiting her broil er Albert Johnson at Union S- tarAge4 Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs I had a very hat coupli for three jonrt Then I tried Ayor lhurry Pectorall My oro lunge wero 10011 hosted ami my cough dropped Wa3M RH TKAUr HVDE lutlirlo Centro la IeMI lLlMI 1 I AVBHOO All a IjllWPll 1Ihu drnlFlrllllfor AII Old Coughs Ono Ayors PIM at bedtime Insuros- a natural action next morning I I f M v I CAME NEAR DYING From an Awful Skin Humour Scratched Till Blood Ran Wasted to Skeleto- nCUREDBYCUTICURA One Application Soothed Him to Sleep Cure Speedy and Permanent When my little boy was three months old his head broke out with a rash which was very itchy and ran considerable watery fluid We tried everything we could but he got worst all the time till it spread to his arms legs and then to his entire bodyand lie came near dying It itched so he would scratch till the blood ran and a thin yellowish stuff would be allover his pillow in the morning I had to put mittens on his hand to keep him from tearing his skin lie got so weak he took fainting spells and we would think him dying He was almost a skeleton and his little hands were thin like clawstco He was bad about eight mouths when we tried Cuticuni I had not laid him down in his cradle in the daytime for a long time He had got so that he just slept in our arms all the time INSTANT1 RELIEF I washed him with Cuticuni Soap And put on one application of Cttti cura Ointment ami lie was so soothed that I put him in the cradle You dont know how glad 1 felt when he felt bet ter It took one box of Cuticura Oint ment pretty near one cake of Culicura Soap and about half a bottle of Cuti cura Uesolvciit to cure I think he would have died only for the Cuticura MRS M C MAITLAXD Jasper Out No return in 14 years Mrs Maitland writes under date of Feb 24 1903 It affords me pleasure to inform you that it is fourteen years since diseasewas cured of the terrible skin lie has been permanently curedand is hearty anti strong Sold throughout lborlo1 Cuticura ReiolTfnt Me In form uf Churulitr eo ted 1111 tk per vl11l of 611 Olntinrut 2M ltepatn Imdun 57 Charter- house wt 51101sp dl 1d e I 1110130 Culurobw Avr 1lIff Druz Chem Corp Sulf IroprWgr twf M l for How to Cure livery lluinout Mike Newton of Teller Col visited his friends at this place a few days last week Thurman Rowland came home Satur day front Catewoo1 where he is teaching a very successful scho- olSTEPHENSPORT Miss Maggie Stdllmnn was in town jatnidny Mrs Belle Crawford returned from Louisville Monday Stanley Conner and Junious Aldridg pent last week in Louisville Miss Dee Busnum visited friends ir Lodi burg Saturday and Sunday Rev Gibbons went to Union Sta iundav to till his appointments Miss Marcurite Dorsey spent Sun lay with Miss Esther Payne Mrs Slur Dix and children spent unday at Mrs R A Shellmand- Hurver English and sister l1ijti Ittn spent Sunday with Miss Lent I uyueRliss Nomiu Brettcher WBK the guest of Mieees Belle and Uoriune Conn iat unlay Miss Inn McCoy of Itewlervllie visited Mb Cora McCoy Saturday and IundavR Owen and Mr Alexander iere in town Sunday shaking hands with friends James Payne who bus been ir Hen erson for some time came home unday to see fri ends Clint Adkisson who has been dying iisuraiiiU1 work here for some time haR gone to Hardiusburg Traverse Conner who has been vie ting his parents tor the past week re turned to Louisville Sunday to resume h ia work Tile series of meetings being con acted at the Baptist church by Rev J T Lewis of ClovArport the pastor amI Rev J R Johnson of COXH reeKare being well attend- edWEBSTER Raphael Knott has his sale next Wed essay Hoi Drane went to Hardinsburg on usiness Saturday Miss Norris Kurtz is visiting Mrs lud Price of Brandenburg Charles Claycomb is able to be up after a short attack of malaria Mis A J Gibson of Cloverport isiled relatives here last week Thurman Draue has entered the school of pharmacy in Louisville Wm Keys of Marshall 111 visited his nephew IL O Keys last week Miss Addie Lyddau of Owensboro isI isiting her cousin Miss Nan K Lyd dan Cap Proctor of Louisville was the guest of J M Herndon Saturday and undayMiss Nan Lyddan returned Saturday from n two weeks visit to friends Louisville inI Id Skillnian and family of Owens 0 j ItIrjl boro have been visiting friends and I relatives in this community Mrs Jesse Keys of Cloverport spent Saturday and Sunday with her sistt Mrs Doc Norton HARDINSBURG Horn to the wife of Dennie Slice an Oct 12 a girl T J Hook was in Owensborolast week on a business trip Franklin Kincheloe was in Louisvil several days lust week H DeH Moorman was in Oweusbo last week on legal business Rev G S King preached at the 1i1 E church South Sunday Tomas J Moore spout Sundry r Glendeane visiting friends- C V Robertson attended the Ohio county fair at Hartford last week Mrs J T Wright of Louisville ii8 visiting her sister Miss Tidy Mercer Col H L Robertson of Glendeau was in town Sunday visiting friends Mr and Mrs C L Beard are visilin Mr and Mrs A S Edelen at Burgiti Mrs Maria Walker of Fordsville i13 visiting Mr and Mrs Leslie Walker Mr and Mrs Norris II Beard returned home from Washington D C Sun lay John P Haswell returned home Sat irday from a two weeks visit to Circle vine O Mr and Mrs Chas Scott were guest of Mr and Mrs Thomas Blythe at Irvington last week Mr and Mrs John Heston of Roosevelt Oklahoma are visiting Mr tim sirs Charles Ileston The Rev Isaiah Kline arrived last week to take charge oi the Hardinsburj circuIt of the M Eo church Misses Sallie and Mary Richardson of Union Star were the guests of Mr ind Mrs Percy M Beard last week Mr atilt Mrs Charles Scott will leave oday for their home at Gulfport Miss after II visit of several weeks to relative here Mrs Mary C Heston has returned home from 11 visit to Mr and Mrs J C Payne at West Point and Mr and Mrs houias at Leitchfield Andrew Elder has sold to Sylvester urbane his farm lying on the Brandeu burg road two miles from town Tin onsideration wns 1000 Mr HIder will probably move to town Jesse Whitworth is in Louisville this week attending the Grand Lodge ol Kentucky of the Masonic order Mr iVhitwortu is the Master of Brecken idge Lodge No U7 F A M Insomnia and Indigestion Cured Last year 1 had a very severe attack ot indigestion I could not sleep at nignt and antlered most excruoiat ing pains for three hours after each meal I was troubled this way for bout three mouths when I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver atilets and lecoived immediate role says John Dixon Tullamore hiturio Canada For sale by Short Haynes MATTING LY Mrs John 1 H Hrickey ic quite sick Horn October t to the wife of Nave I ate H IOU Wave Hawkins has returned from lahomet III J Horn October 10 tq the wife of Herbert Tiniue a daughter The little daughter of Mr and Mrs bos Ryan is ill of flux tv I Faith and little daughter Nola who have been ill with flux are conva scent Mrs Sam Rice of Pisgah was tho guest of Mrs and Mrs Herbert Tinius lust Saturday Henry Howard ot Cttnnelton Iud wHsthc guest of his brother IV William Howard last week Peyton bskridge who enlisted in th1 1 army three years ago and has been 111i the Philippines for sometime has turned home Mrs Thomas Mason of Evansville Inda1l Mr anti Mrs Will Mason of isgah visited friends and relatives at far Fork last Sunday Clint Ironic of Evansville formerly ofF this place who has been visiting friends and relatives here bus returned home Mr Frank is well pleased with the city and has bought a nice residence ini Evansville A Prominent Trainman The many friends of G H Hunsan njilneer L E C W R R at present livIDg in Luna 0 will be pleased to know of his recovery from threatened idnoy disease He says I was curetl by using Foleys Kidney Cure which I recommend to all especially toi trainmen who are usually similarly flicted dold by A R Fishe- rIRVINGTON Billiard Biggs went to Evansville mday on the excureion Dr A M Hardaway is in Irving- ton this week practicing dentistry Miss Edith Marshall was in Louis off j villo last week to visit her parents John Sidney McMnllon has retlUned to his homo at Greenville Alabama Rev T O Perrin of Loniavill was in town Monday the guest of fll ativesMiss Vista Lyons has returned aiter a few days visit to Miss Blanch Noafuaat Guston Dr L B Moremen was in Bran uenburg last Sunday to see his niothi who is very sicK Mrs N B Netherton lad sister Miss Anna Lee Bandy went to Lon isvllle Monday shopping Capt Proctor of Louisville was tbe guest of Mr and Mrs J M Herndon last Saturaay and Sunday Miss Eva McGlothlan spent Sunday in West Point the guest of Mr and Mrs U M McG lotblan Miss Luoilo Cunningham wade a shot t trip to Brandenburg last week to see Mr and Mrs F Rhodes Call at once and seo Mrs Pomp M c Coys new skirts and also shirtwaists and beautiful display of fill hats Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell were iin Garfield for several days last week the guests of Mr and Mrs Ezra Dowell Miss Ermine Muntord will retni this weeK from Louisville after 1 short visit to Mrs A M Tydings Miss Enla Hensely was in Uardim burg tram Friday until Monday tbe guest of her mother Mrs Crete Her sleyMrs Lydia Bandy returned last Wednesday from a lengthy visit to her sister Mrs Sally Hook at West PointMrs O L Chamberlain is at homo from a short visit to her parents Mi uitl Mrs D L Brandenburg at irahumton D C Heron went to uuuievill Sunday to attend the meeting of the 3 rand Lodge of Masons which hega yesterday Miss May Lawson returned to her home at Hawesville Saturday after a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs T M Fallon Mr and Mrs Charles Scott of Julpfort Miss wete here severs lays of last week the guests of Mr and Mrs T Blythe Miss B Ada Drury of Louisville yes Here last week lot a few days the guest ot her sisters Mrs 11 13 tlcGlothlan and Miss Willa Diary The Afternoon Reading Club had ia- very interesting meeting nt Mrs C L Chamberlains last Friday Every tody went away very much Deiielitei and glad that they had attended th meeting G N Lyddan proprietor of Park Place Stock Farm has added tln head of Hereford cattle to his leid and last week sold two calve hat go to South Carolina to too atat air to be sold Rev A M Roa preached at tin lethodist church last Sunday morning am1 evening A large and appreciativi ongro ation greeted him and heart with mach interest his ope ling sere Lions in his new field whch promise to yield him a successful ministry BEWLEYVILLE Jack Frost visited us two nights las teak Our school lies an enrollment of ixtyHve H L Snyder was elected trustee lit the meeting October 7 Mrs Hettie McCuns is very sick at her sisters Mrs Alonzo Bennett Miss Sallie Hawkins visited her randparent near Unston Sunday Mrs Aldrich who boards with Mrs eauchatnp has a baby boy recently rrlvedMrs Edmonia Perrin was the guest ofE Mis W W Keith several daysI Inst week- Mrs Sarah Drnry writes that sheI will extend her visit to CarrolltorjI idettsitelv Dr A M Hurdaway will bo at ewleyville week of October 22 to 2fc to practice dentistry Mrs Ina McCoy spent Saturday andI unday at Stephensport the gustt off Miss Cora McCoy Ovorton Blanford and George Drury ttendod a Masonic meeting at Vinea frovo Saturday night- D C Heron and 75 T Htith are attending Grand Lodge of Masons in Louisville this week Dr P W Footo attended the Fourth State Development convention I in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs lack Stith spent Sat rday and Sunday at Irvington vIsit- ing friends and hearing the now readier Rev Roe W H Cain Jr has sold his farm to L G Miller About October 31- he will have a sale of all his farming nplements and stook Mr anti Mrs Thos P Hordawa have been to Glcndcam nnd Falls of Rough visiting their daughters Mn D C Moorman and airs F W Pej ton Mrs W A Walker and daughter are spending the week with Dr J M Walkers family Dr Walker will eto dental work in our town this week Call and see him Prof E A Fox General Secretui Kentucky Sunday School Association will make a etereopticon lecture entitled In und Around the Holy Land at Gaston in the Presbyteria church SaturdayOct S21 in the evening Admission 10 cents children free Proceeds go to the State Sunday sohoc work to the credit of Meade county Mr and Mrs Rule Cox were ii Brandenburg trading Saturday Also Thos Stith and Miss Wivle Stub of Stiths Valley Brayidenburg is a fino old place The ruins of the fire lool very distressing and make rote foe lost who has been in the habit of trail ing there a lifetime The Yeakel Co have the sympathy of u large nuwbelI of trionds Golden Hod SlnblcN In Tree In thin Bahama Islands there flourishes a tree the roots of which nttai to enormous proportions often retch lug to a height of fifteen or tweet feet above the surface of the earth spreading in nil directions underI ground as well in order to obtain sus tonanee and give support to the tninl and branches On the tree grow InI numerable halls of silky cotjjrX pre Renting nn almost falryllke apjS5Kiuc as they glisten in tho sunlight They are In great demand for fitudlng pllI lows being soft as down The spaces formed by the roots are often quite nIlarge as fair nlzed rooms and if roofedl- aveS one tree would form n commo dlous dwelling place for n family In fact It would be infinitely superior to the average native hut Holes could bo cut In tho roots to allow of internal communication Up to the present however the natives have not utilized thorn as houses though they are fro qiiently in request as stables for horses A Hint For Lover Being Iii love is very different from lowing and may be only a selfish emotion which is the direct opposite of loving Being in love without boring Is bondage sometimes pleasant and sometimes painful but always bondage says Leslies Monthly True loving means freedomfreedomn both for ourselves and ns far as it is In our power to give It for all whom we love for when we truly love another human being we love him for the sake of his jest strength his best use and his best uipplness tint not nt nil for the sake of ourselves Cosily Curd The Kinprcss Catherine noticing that the beautiful Mile Potocka who had lately come to court had no pearls 1m nedhitcly commanded n fancy dress ball to which the girl was bidden to come as n milkmaid Then while Mile otocku was dancing the empress slipped a superb necklace of pearls Into the pall she carried and at lv r exclamn lien of wonder said It Is only the nllk which has curdled Syilmy Snittlin Wit By love said a country squire who had got the worst of an argument with Sydney Smith if I had a son who was n donkey Id make a parson of him straight uwnyt Possibly returned the wit but your father was evidently of a different mind ICoulll Tell In a Moment Mr Miinn B Baggs Now then you know what kind of n house I want What will It cost to build it Archl ectWhyumwhat wns the amount you originally Intended to put Into the mlldlng Chicago Tribune atterInlawP- ubksWhat tender care your wife aloes of you always worrying about our health BlinksYes I have my liCe insured In favor of my sister Sew York Weekly The truly sublime Is always easy nnd always naturalIBurkeS- hnkellpeare n Dad Sleeper Personally I should say writes F I Montague In the London Saturday Review that Shakespeare was a bad deeper The well known lines In Henry IV suggest the passionate longing for Bleep which only those vho have experienced the long drawn nlsery of a white night can feel Vgain what is more suggestive of a lIe awake night hi London in August ban 0 comfort killing nIght Image of belli or O hateful vaporous and foggy night In The Rape of Lucrece Or again take the twentyseventh sonnet Wear with toll I Innate mo to my bed The dear repose for limbs with travel tired Dot then begins a journey in my head To work my mind when bodys works expired This seems to me the true wall of the Insomnoleivt mill the sonnets are supposed to be autobiographical I belove tils Health Was Wrecked Peruna Gave New Life 1 ZION JOHN TIGIIE Assemblyman Tighes letter should P be read by every brain worker Icadlngjt a strenuous life Hon John Tlpho No PS Rcmscn St Cohoes N Y Member of Assembly from thoFourth district Albany county N Y writes as follows 11 reruna has my hearty indorsement yr as a restorative tonic of superior merit At times when I have boon completely broken down from excess of work so I that thy faculties scorned actually at a I standstill Poruna has acted ns a healing- rostorerstartingtho machinery mind j jIand hotly afresh with new life nnd I energytJ recommend it to a man tired infmind and body as a tonic superior to anything I know of and well worthy I serious consideration J Tighe I Excess of work so common in our conn trj causes impaired nerves leading to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness a dlscaso that is responsible for half of all nervous troubles t Poruna cures this troublo becauso it cures catarrh wherever located If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results frgm tho use of Poruna write at onco to Dr Hartman glviuga full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus The Rnvea Many birds seek the protection which the presence of man affords against furred and feathered foes when the breeding season approaches Not so the raven Its distrust of us is pro d found and its nest Is placed in someff Yslblcother enemies I know of a pall that built on one side of u projecting crag high up on the cliffs of Rathllu island Some fierce peregrine falcons occupied ithe other side of tue crag and when one day their eggs wore taken by an adventurous collector they sharing the popular opinion of n ravens blackness concluded that their neighbors were the offender lord wreaked their grief and vengeance upon them When on their return from a foraging expedition the falcons found their nest despoiled Ih9y ivcrc seen to hold a consultation and I after much deliberation they suddenly arose and both with one accord flew it the ravens nest and sacked It tear lug it in their rage and indignation until not one stick wns left upon anoth P er London Standard Iovc unit FrlciulHlilp Love IsI the shadow of the morning which decreases ns the day advances friendship Is the shadow of the even lug which strengthens with the setting sun of life Subscribe for tno News raaiiNo Waiting Here I r I IIri i i rxxri xir Framing material I iiand choice Poplar and j i Walnut is ready fort 3 youiThats the thinyi1 1able to get so quick ft I beforeirt t Let us have your ii r it order todayxt Your House Barn or I Stable may need re S t pairs IIi11 ft t REMEMBER US I iiSeaton Weatherholt 1 CloverportI Ky t- lAAAA7lAAitAAA i rAA5IAAAAIlAl11Alli u h Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic IJfe MmIoabottles LEnclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Blade Root Liver Pili e 1