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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 15rflfJ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 11III i Negro Saves Life By Running From Crowd of Angry Men Jim Kay a wellrKnown negro char acter about town saved his life Satur day afternoon solely through his sprinting ability Ho was pursued by a crowd of angry white men for threatened Injuy to a whito boy through a part of the town but he easily outran them and escaped Ho seemed to have u desire to run in stood of putting up a fight and he was advised to run by white men who VerA spectators to tho affair and had no part in it Thero seems to lie soveral stories of how the affair started but as near as can be learned it was as follows Ray called Pearl Hawkins a young man of about eighteen n liar and threaten ed to hit him with a stone Young Hawkins father Thos Hawkins whose homo is in the Mattingly neighborhood other members cj the Hawkins family and relatives and neighbors of the same resented Rays actions real and premeditated and Htarted after him The affair began on the river bank in tho rear of F T Heysers store Ray ran up Elm street to AR Fishers drug store and turning east on Wall street continu ed his light His pursuers quickly foil behind him though several missies were thrown by them and came near hitting him One of his pursuers had inn open knife in his hand it is said and thoio were cries of Kill him Spoor him etc Marsnal DcHaven stopped the crowd pursuing Hay near lr Owens odice and quieted the dis t nrbance A large crowd of limn were attract ed by the affair and excitement was tense for a short time There is hard ly any doubt that Ray would have been killed by the men pursuing him if tney had caught him Newsoms Success at Leitchfield Evangelist J T Newsom of Mnrphrysboro 111 has just closed a 4iaocessful meeting at the ME church 1 South at Leitchfield there being seventyfive conversions Rev Now eon conducted the big revival here last spring An Incident ofa Slumber Party- As it happened there was a slum her party in town last Saturday night given by Miss Ray Lewis Heyser to nine of her girl fits The boys were in until 1130 p m when they bad to get These creatures felt a little bad because they could not stay all night and so had to work oil their badness in a way that proved very troublesome to the girls At the be ginning the boys repaired to a secret room and drew up plans for their oper ations This convention was disturbed when it was in the mlost of the deep est thoughts by the ever readyon thespot young hostess Being caught politeness required their retreat to the parlor However this did not stop the boys and two of them begun operations A ten minute leave of absence was gotten from the hostess on a false plea that urgent business required their attention Incidentally the boys returned with three bags of sugar As it happened tho beds in urrangedIOthe porch and into a window of the girls chamber the boys went Sugar sugar all over the beds kindling kindlinc tucked in under every sheet Hair brusnes clothes shoes haver sacks everything was heaped into the bedsThe remainder of the story can be best told by any one of the nine slum berors Of course all of them enjoyed their nap in the midst of all tno sujta- V3idY Kindling wood gently sweetly X Sfcin their beds by their dear v Vet boys l JD r ScrofulaI- s very often acquired though generally inherited Badhygiene foulair impure water are among its causes It is called the soil for tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption Is pretty sure to take root HoodsSarsapariUaRemoves scrofula Get Hoods- For testimonials of remarkable eves t send for Book on Scrofula No I X C L Hood Co Lowell MOM In Honor of Miss Heyser Mr and Mrs F T Heyser gave u slumber party Saturday night in honor of their daughter Miss Ray Lewis Heyser Tho nine girls who worn at this party can put the story of it in their diary on tne page entitl ellliThe Times of My Life tor they had an unusually good time and were entertained beautifully The guests were Misses Martha Willis Lula Margaret SevorsMand Poln Eatbrme Moorman Annie Jarboe Jennie Mabel Harris Margaret Moorman A Louise Babbuge Ray Lewis Hoyser From 8 to 11 oclock a senses contest was given for the guests and to this the following accepted invitations Misses Cleona Weatherholt Grace Ferry Donald Murray Edna Jarboe Lulu Owen Messrs Walter Uelze Ira Behcn J D Babbage Jr Lafe Behen Lawrence A Murray Hurry Weatheiholt David Murray Mr and Mrs James Younger and Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad Ninety Additions In Three Years A protracted meeting closed at the Baptist church at Garfield last Thurs day evening with eight conversions The baptising took place Friday morn ing seven persons being baptised It was n successful all round meeting the attendance being good and the church revived Rev E B English the pastor and Rev J T Lewis of this city conducted the meeting- In the past three years Rev Lewis has assisted in three protracted meet ings at tnis church tne results of which havo been ninety conversions and about eightyfive additions DrHardaway Union Star Nov16 Dr A M Hardawny will bo at Union Star November 10 17 18 for the practice of dentistry Our Magazine Section Following are the special features of our magazine section thin week CONSUELO ENCOURAGES SEX 1 tighter ot Yanderbilts sees improved conditions in Held of labor COAL STRIKE PROBABLE Agreement made three years ago be tween miners and operators expires next April TEN HUMAN FLY Remarkanle exploit of awning hunger who climbs tall buildings A SINGULAR COMBINATION Rider Haggard weird fiction writer model farmer and political economist DESTROYING THE QUEERLargo sums of captured counteracts burned up and incited by the government AN INCIDENT OF THE SEPOY MUTINY A short story THE AMERICAN GRAPE INDUSTRY A great and increasing branch ol hOI tlOultnre OBICKENS AS GARDENERS Can be taught to pull weeds and harvest grainAMONG WILD BEASTS Oioco diles lions and hippopotami endan ger lives of railway builders in Africa Young Balls Body Brought Home Mattingly Ky Nov 7Speolnl The remains of Robert Ball son of Gid Ball who died in the Philippine Inlands in August arrived last Satur day at McQuady his fathers home and were interred there Sunday Robt Halt was the socondcon of Mr Balls who has died in tho Philippines Mrs Gid Horslev Dead Garfield Ky Nov 7Speoinl Mrs Old Horsley tied of pnenino Ala Friady The interment was aT the frailly burying ground Saturday Blainetawkins Harmon Blaine and Miss Leo Haw kin were married Sunday afternoon- at 4 30 oclock at the home of tho brides parents Mr and Mrs Silas Hawkins in the Hites Run neighbor nood RevT F Winchell performed the ceremony Mr Blaine is a son of Mr and Mrs Thos Blaine of near iHfphensport Big Coal Operator Here Hywel Davis of Kcnsoe Ky a big coal operator and Mgraber of the Main Tellico Mountain Coal company was here Dart of last week looking over local manufacturing interests Mr Davis visited the Patton brickyard and tho Murray Roofing Tile com panys plant and was especially pleased with the product being man ifnctnrod by the latter company Crossfield To Preach Here Rev R II Crossfield pastor of the Christian church at Owensboro will reach at the Presbyterian church lfri day night November 10 Shake Judge Its a Landslide For Democrats Full County Ticket is ElectedOwens Majority Over Lott is Be tween 800 and 900 CONSTITUTIONL AMENDMENT LOSES Citizens Ticket Wins Over Progressive in City Election Wills Defeats May Rep in Race for Police Judge NO SERIOUS DISTURBANCES AT THE POLLS The election yesterday resulted inn Democratic landslide in the count and the senatorial district All the candidates on the Demo cratic ticket were elected their majority averaging about ISO Only about a third of the precincts went Republican No disturbances of consequence occurred at the polls so far as re ported Owen Carries Three Counties K W Owen Democratic condidato for state senator defeated Jl1 Y Lott the Republican candidate by about 500 votes in Itlemlc county 250 in Brcckonridgc and 100 in Hancock Citizens Ticket and Wills Win- In the city election the Citizens ticket won over the progress ive ticket by majorities ranging from 39 to 53 and 7 III Wills the independent candidate for police judge defeated Fred May the Republican candidate by 10 votes The Citizens ticket is as follows- J G Harris mayor L T Reid ins OConnell 1 M Fitch 1 J A Barry S II lfcClIH ken Chas D Hook councilmen Elections in Incorporated Towns Hardinsburg Irvington Stcphcnsport and Glendeauo incorporated towns had elections with only one ticket in each At Hardins burg T 1 Board defeated Levi Voiles and Geo Lewis for town marshal Meade and Hancock DemocraticT- he Democratic tickets in Meade and Hancock counties wore elected Survey For Railroad to Mitchells Hartford Herald The survey of the Madisonville Hart ford Pastern railroad has been com pleted from Mudisonville to Hartford and this distance is thirtyfive miles The rightofway from Green river to Mitchells bas been almost secured and the management think they will complete it lo thirty days except a few who have not well considered the benefit of a railroad and are holding out for more money than toe company thinks they are entitled to As we uuderstand 111 capitalists are ready to contract for the building as soon as right of wny is secured or guaranteed by local capital1 The surveying crew now hRS U tents pitched in Hartford and will reach the A J Carter farm t mda- yMATTINGLY Mraud MrsRemus Pate are quite sick with lagrippe Sidney Taul aud Walter Taul have gone to Missouri Jas Camp nad family of Btochfork have moved here Mr aud Mrs Ernest Ahlridge have mowed to Tar Springs Little Varflcld liatnbleton who hat bten quite sick is improving George and Jess Taul of Onktown Ind CAttle home last Saturday Mr and Mrs Remus Pate and family will move to Clovorport sonic time this monthMrs Will Hrickey and two children off Vanzaut are visiting Mr IJrickeys parents Mr and Mis J E Brickoy Mrand MrsJoe Muffett who went to Mahomet Illinois last August have returned and will make their home here Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinius and little daughter Mary Amiahell visited her parents Mr and Mrs W H Trul last week A Vliuilii r Text When the Duke of Ormond whose family nnmo wits Butler wns going to take possession as lord lieutenant of Ireland IIP was driven by a storm on to the Isle of Man where a Rev Mr Joseph a poor curate entertained hint as hospitably as his moans permitted On his departure the hike promised to provide fur him us soon us he became viceroy The curato waited imiiiv mouthy in vain unit at Inst went over to Dublin to remind his spare of bis promise IXSpaliliitf of gaining access to thin duke he obtained permission to preach at the eat liedrnI The lord lieu tenant and his court were at the church but none of them remembered their humble host till he pronounced his text which It must be aeKiiowl edged was well chosen Yet did1 not the chief butler remembep Joseph but forgot him The preacher was at once Invited to the castle and u good living provided for him Tin Tinlinn Siililnx The Tliobaii sphinx wits sold to bo a monster sent by Juno to lay waste time country around Thebes It had time head and bust of a woman the body of a dog the wings of a birth the paws of a lion and a human voice IIt at once became the terror of the neighborhood aud devoured all who could not solve the riddle which It propounded What animal walks on four legs in the morning two at noon mid three at night Oedipus attracted by the promise of King Crcon of his lIon and Ills sister1 in marriage came to Thebes and declared that man goes on all fours In Infancy erect on two legs when 1I11 IOn and supports the In firmities of age with a staff On hear- Ing this correct solution the sphinx dashed her head against II wall and the lund had rest The Work of the llrnrt One of the most remarkable things about the heart Is the amount of work It toed Considering the organ us a pump whose task Is to deliver a known quantity of blood against a known head It Is easy to show that In twen tyfour hours a mans heart docs about 11M foot tOilS of work In other words says a contemporary If the whole force expended by the heart In twentyfour hours were gathered Into one huge stroke suet a power would lift 121 tons one foot from the ground A similar calculation has been made respecting the amount of work expend ed by the muscles Involved In breathing In twentyfour hours those muscles do about twentyone foot tons of work A Cliliicnc Ciifttoni A quaint custom practiced by Chi nese mothers when a child is restless and does not sleep is to write the fol lowing verse and pin a copy of it on each of the four corners of the house that the passersby may read and the child find rest Literally translated the erserelulf Brilliant sparkling heaven Brilliant sparkling earth In my house there Is a child who cries at night The gentlemen coming from the four quarters behold Peaceful sleep till break ot day A MATTER DFHEALTH i ROYAl Q4KINU POWDERAbsolutely i HAS HO SUBSTITUTE- A Cream of Tartar PowdorI free from alum or phos phatlc acid OYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Likely to Run Large Boats Time Louisville and Evansville Packet company will likely have all of its large bouts in the through trade this winter Goes To Elizabethtown Proctor Keith junior member of the wellknown monument firm of J E Keith Sou will leave in a few weeks for Elizabethtown to accept n position in the monument works of his brother C E Keith Mr Keith has been associa ted with his lather in this business for a number of years anti has executed some of the ese work in the monument line ever seen in thus section River Surveyors Leave This Week The government surveying crew which has been surveying the Ohio river at this point siuce October 28 ex pect ti leave either today or tomorrow for Hawesville which will he their base ofoperations fors n time Last week all of the parties conducting the survey were working above time city Saturday afternoon all except the soundiug party extended their work to their bout which iis at the lower land ing Where the survey is extended to n point half way to Hawesville the boat and crew will go to Hawesville The progress of the work now depends more on tho tage of the river than anything else though rainy weather has retarded it greatly Doctors Meet Today The Ohio Vullev Medical association meets at Henderson today and tomorrow Ice Siege Not Expected River men are rejoicing in the belief that they will escape a severe ice siege this winter For two years past the winters have been unusually severe and the cold spells co ning nt timos when the river was quite low blocked the channel for weeks This time thsay there will be quite a good stage of water at the time when ice gorges would otherwise be moat likely to form They base this belief principally on the prediction of their prophet EP Coco of Pittsburg that there will he K flood beginning December or tl and continuing for stone time Practically all of the tribe of river men have im pupil confidence in loc They say that he hns foretold every flood in the Ohio river for the past twenty years never missing the time ofIts coining more than a few hours With the American- A C Metcalf cause up from Oweus boro last week to enter the employ of the American Tobacco company under J D Hrashear the local representative Death of Joe Pike Joe Pike sou of Mr and Mrs Fenley Pike of near Moolevville Ky died at the home of his aunt at KyamialudSatur day morning For sometime his health hns been poor from consumption and his death was hurried by an abcess on the liver Dode as he was familiarly known was twentyone years old and a young man of splendid habits and en joyed the friendship and good will of all with whom he became acquainted His remains were brought through by land from Kyana to Derby where the family stayed at the home of Mr S A Mitchell until Monday morning at 1030 Funeral services werr heldat Flint Islan church Internment at St Theresa cemetery Derby cor Cannel ton Telephone OAElTO rABun theThs Kind You Hare Always Botitfit Blgnitv rt Ilor 5J L L a J- I 1 i i I 1j j i i I i i i i I wi i i ii- Y ii ii iF i F The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1003 COTTAGE IN WEST END BURNS Property of JCulley Occupied by W Tatum Dangerous Blue The cottage just east of OConnell A Cos stow in the West End was de atroyed by tiro last Wednesday morn ing about 1i0 oclock Mr and Mrs Weaver Tatuuj who occupied the cottage were awakenea by the smoke and had just time to escape Whoa Mr Tatum who got out last left the onrninc building the flames were lapping about the door When neighbors arrived it was seen that till cottage could not bo saved nor any of the contents and attention was turned to surromiding property TherA was a brisk wind blowing and burning shingles wore lifted high In the air and scattered within a radius of several blocks Owing to the rain the day before and the heavy frost no other buildings were ignited Many persons have expressed the opin ion that a large section of thti west end of the city would have been blun ted Iif it hal not been for these favcr Iible conditions The fire started in II room whoro there was a stove and it is thought that it caught from tho heat or parKS from the stove Tho cottage was one ot the protti st ic the West End It was the property of Joseph Culley ot Irvington vrio had 400 insurance Mr Tatniu rud 8UO insurance on his furniture A Disastrous Calamity It in ft disastrous calamity when you to soar health because indigestion constipation have mopped it away ouipt relief can be had in Dr Kings Xw Life Pills They build up your iigestiv+ organs and Inn hondnoh- elial 98s frolic constipation etc uarateod at Short Haynes drug tore 33- 1Hendersons Mayor is to Fore With Another Gem Mayor F lL Powell of Henderson whose Thanksgiving proclamations ne always coached in language unline tout generally employed has just prepared his message of goof will for thi- syr Sometimes he indulges ill- poetnsowett met only in fervid prosy This time he uses a little of both rs follows A chumming custom which hath taecoire with us a sacred law prompts me to appoint Thursday November J 1UW a day of thanksgiving and prayer in our mnmolpality Let us praise the Lord in His holy Temple fur the mauitold mercies He mith inanifehtel unto our poor and pions- P ople Thanks Ina unto tho Almighty masuiuuh as He hatn spared so many miserable sinoeis fie it proclaimed iity croakers an not so common as nights starry candles iin a cloud Iless sky Heaven bless ttime banning booster and Keep ns from Kicking the nervy knocker Thuuk Godno guilty grwdy grafters grow en the ground of Greater Hendeison We still live to love lbeautiful hubs sing sweet songs paint pure pictures and do divine deeds How becoming to the good nwu are the jewels of mercy and charity Never since the stars first sued then stainless twinkles over a sinful world have we been blessed with such a copious crow of olevor capable mind confident can didate Lord have muivy 1111 our ollloe seektrs Strew with sugar plums ynnllowers sad torget menots the nath of th IH IIIK IUIII of patriot who pray and pull with all thir pwer for progress aill pr1 rib Ineligible by law for n second term soon will your humblo servant shuffle off the Mayors mantle This ia my last municipal proclamation Road it in sad silence ltry the blazing fireside of your own sweet home Hunker for the light of old Powells sunshine as you see him serenely subside Editors of newspapers who havo published my official documents and written of me so many kind words will always bold in my poor heart a place loyal and lasting an tho love I bear the little children of my native town HeroH a sigh for those who love me And a smile for thoso who hate And whatever skis above me Heres a heart for every fate Whilst the winds of October are singing a sad song and scattering yelllowtiuted leaves around me as the sun with shining splendor states to rest and sends back kisses to the silvery river I bid you a long last fond farewell- Witness my hand this 29th of Octo ber ICO1 J H Powell Mayor Of the City of Henderson Ky Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for the contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm leleases the secro tions that inflame thenaeal passages and the throat whereas common lire medies made with mercury merely drive them out and leave you no better thrill your were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real cure not a de lusion All druggists flOc or walled by Ely Bros rill Warren Street Now York BAPTIST CHURCH DEDICATED New Building Takes Place of the One Burned at Cave Spring Tarfork correspondent Sunday moving October SO was not an ideal one but tho people from pvery direction gathered to the dedication of Cave Spring Baptist church Rev Jas Brlstow of Fordsvillo delivered an interesting sermon In the morning and one at 8 oclock in the afternoon When he appealed to the people for aid they responded liberally and the debt of 150 was liquidated The church was well filled and a large crowd stood outside who could not gain entrance An abundance of dinner was served on till ground and the best of order prevailed throughout the dayServices closed with the usual dedicatory prayer by Rev Clms StoneOn April 27 ISSti Cave Spring church was organized by Rev Win Biuner then of Hancock county now of Meade with fifteen charter mem I bers at the old Ryan schoolhouse In a short tune a church was erected lit being dedicated October 2 1iHSTTlio membership grew and the church flourished tor a time In the spring of IiUl it was destroyed liy fire Some of the members moved away some riied mind now there isi H membership of about thirtylive The above item was prepared for lust weeks issue of the News and would hove been published if it hud not been for the fact that there iis no Sunday until at Tarfork and it takes two days for mailI to come to Uovel port it not reaching the News in time a s rvic which should cor tainlv Ix improved in a county like Breckenridge 10 not bd deceived by ilnnii toilet ts TheIname t I worst forma will son pass away if you I will apply DfWitts Witrb HHel Salve night aiull morning nest for Cut I Burns Boils Tetter Eieiua etc told by all Druggists BMy a Good Overcoat and Save Doctor Bills p Protect yourself against the cold raw winteryweather A heavy warm overcoat that will keep out the coldand retain the normal body heat is the surest precaution against Pneumonia Catarrh and other winter illnessesIThats how the servicahle moderatepriced Kaufman Garment will mean economy in doctor bills as well as a saving on clothes moneyThe servicable Belted Overcoat shown here will be a good in vestment to guard against sickness Jt is warm stylish handtailored throughout We have them in every nobby popular pattern All gradesallstylesall sizes Only 1200 to 2250 Your exact fit and most becoming style is here ready to put on A renter ScoBndrelI A fii iiuiis master of Trinity college Cambridge had been a friend in carllci days of one Jemmy Gordon a solicitor Cut Jemmy went to the bad was struck off the rolls nUll lived frog what ho could get from old acquaint antis One day he met the roaster 1111111 sked for a shilling Jordou thundered the master il rou could show me n greater scoundrel thou yourself I would give you half n crown And he stalked stlllly away lo his rooms In half an hours time the butler announced that Mr POll pous the esquire handle wished to sor the master Now till master hadm1 special detestation of the bejvlle who when admitted and curtly nsked what he wanted replied Mr fiordon Informed mo that you desired to see Said till IIICIan ass of yowl In ten minutes tilde the butler came again grinning and said Mr Jemmy Gordon has called and says you owe him half u crown sir Newcastle Chronicle A Last CiiMtoni Among the lost customs of merry England Is that of the milkmaids pro cession It was a May day observ ance lime manner of their going was as follows They borrowed a great quantity of sliver plate not sham plate real gold plate dishes butter boats cream Jugs tankards etc They built up the plate round an obelisk crowning the wjiole with a lten urn They arranged the most showy flowers of the season between and about the silver This obelisk was carried by ttwo chairmen In gold laced huts maid for lowed by a troop of handsome milk maids dressed In plum and blue gowns drawn through the pocket holes whatever that means with high heeled shoes mob caps lappets of lace on their shoulders nosegays In their bos oms mind tint Wellington huts cov ered with ribbons A fiddler went first In a sky blue coat and lint adorned with ribbons Tile procession stopped before the doors of the customers and the milkmaids danced London Queen Tin Mn H The mace was originally a potent weapon of offense originating doubt less in that earliest and most common weapon the wooden club It was an essential port of a knights uecontor monr being useful nt close quartets For ready convenience it was hung his saddlebow Says au ancient litI And with hits henvy masc of slelo Then he Rave the kylng his dole The besaguo and bastou were varied forms of the mace the mace used on horseback was a small weapon usually I of steel That used on foot was much longer timid commonly of wood with head armed with Iron rings tumid spikes It was carried by till escort of magistrates and others as a ready protection against violence As sole ty quieted down and Its original use fell Into abeyance the thing assumed the ornninontal appearance It now has It IKIXV being carried In a more honorary form Notes mud Queries Counterfeiting The Genuine Foley Co Chicago originated Honey und Tar as a throat mind lung remedy and on account of the great merit maid popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for oleys Honey anti Tar and refuse my substitute offered as no other reparation will give the same sat faction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest lot hildron and delicate persons For sale by A It Fisher A MiillHiiiiillrnI I iwrullyI- Ioxv is this from an expert no militantI le love lim 100 = 0 By axiom 1 things equal to the saute thing mire quid to each other hence equals 100100 11010 each side of the equation by mud the result Is 1 equals 10 Figures will lie even womens New York Press fur Copyrlght 190508 F FRAIZEChu an Bros Outfitters for lien Women and Children I FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOOD I Mothers Should Watch the Development of Their Daughters Interesting Experiences of Misses Borman and Mills r BORMAN MYRTLE MILLS fiJ Every mother possesses information which is of vital interest to her young daughterToo this is never imparted or Iis withheld until serious harm has resulted to the growing girl through liei iignorance of natures mysterious am wonderful laws and penalties Girls oversensitiveness and modest often puzzle their mothers und bulllt physicians as they so often wlthholt their confidence from their mother and conceal the symptoms which ought to be told to their physician at this critical period When a girls thoughts become slug gIsh with headache dizziness or a disposition to sleep pains in back or lows limbs eyes dim desire for solitude when she is a mystery to herself am friends her mother should come to hci aid and remember that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound will at this time prepare the system for th coming change and start the menstrua period In a young girls lifo without pain or irregularities Hundreds of letters from young girls and from mothers expressing then gratitude for what Lydia E 1iiilclmmi Vegetable Compound has accomplished for them have been received by till Lydia E Piukham Medicine Co at Lynn Muss Miss Mills has written the two fol lowing letters to Mrs PSnkhara which will be read with Interest Dear Mrs rinkhnni First Letter depresstshliavoI Lydia E Pinkllams Vegetable Co Meade County Messenger Mrs Uluvie Wrather ot Irvington was time guest ot Mr and Mrs Ueorg Wrather near Pleasant trove lust week lim Bramlett of Irviugton was iIn Ekron last week with a view to makini a bid on the new bank building Mr Bramiett is well known here and IS quite a popular contractor Miss Minnie Woolfolk onteriainei a number of young friends Sunday at her beautiful home Meade Springs near here among the number being Misses Lizzie Harrington timid Lila Owings and Messrs Vivian Pierci and Oscar Uictcev of Clovcrport On Saturday evening at half pas eight oclock Ben J Carrico Sr died at his home near Ekion after 1 short but painful illness AH neighbor and friend ho WitH one in sunshine 01 shadow prosperity or adversity Am- a mean he commanded tho respect of all who knew him In his death thi community has sustained an iirepar able loss One ot Meade countys noole est mind grandest men has gone to his reward stoup A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in the hone lot immediate use Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack IIf given as soon as tho child becomes hoarseor even after the croupy cough appears For sale by Short K Haynes Clover jiort- tI i+ anagi There are tuu peculiarities slant champagne drinking which tire vapabh of explanation The one Is time rapidity with which the wlue exhilarates not withstanding the HiiiiiH proportion of alcohol It contains This Is due to the carbonic acid gas evolved which is In haled willie drinking for It Is the property of this gas to expedite the action of anything with which It is associated It Is estimated that one glass of cham pagne Is equal in effect to two glasses of still wine of the same strength and Is more rapid In action The other pc cullarlty Is the sort of lethargy or deadness which follows after excessive champagne drinking This is analogous to the stupor produced by carbonic acid guts but it Is assisted and Intensified by the excess of sugar deranging the stomach Tho undigested sugar turns Into acid and thus It is that too much champagne Is apt to produce dyspepsia Building Dredge Boat The government Is building a 00 000 dredge boat to be used between Louisville and Cairo In cutting out the shallow channels OASXOBXaBun theIliaKind You Have Alwzys Bought Blgniitv of GL ache nndns I have heard that you can Ilve helpful advice to girls in my condition Il1n writing youMyrtle Mills Oquawka III Dear Muss Pinkbam Second Letter It It is with tho feeling of utmost gratitude that I write to you to tell you what you valuable medicine tens done for me When I wrote you in regard to my condition I hnd consulted several doctors but they failed to understand my case mill I dill not receiv any benefit from theIr treatment I follower your advice and took Lydia K 1inkbam Vegetable Compound aim am now health and well and all tho distressing symptom which I had at that time have dlsappeared Myrtle Mills Oquawka 111 Miss Matilda Borman writes Mrs Finkham as follows Dear Mrs Pinkhnni Hcforo tnkin Lydia E Pinkbani I Vega tablo CompoullIY11l monthlies were irregu Inn and painful and I always had such dreadful liemlnches Hut since taking tho Compound my head aches have entirely loft me my monthliesf ap regular and I am getting strong anti well I- nlll telling all nn girl friends whnt E rinklmins Vegetable ConiK und has lone fo mneMatilda lioniian Fiiriiiliigton Iowa If you know of any young girl win is sick and needs motherly advice asl her to address Mrs Iinkham at Lynn Mass mud tell her every detail of her symptoms and to keep nothing back She will receive advice absolutely free from n source that has no rival in the experience of womans ills and it will iif followed put her on the right road tota strong healthy and happy womanhood Lydia 13 Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound holds the record for the greatcs number of cures of female ills of an medicine that the world has eve known Why dont you try it V mpound Makes Sick Women Well Sniuc AVnrtlN Spider Is a less nttrnvtivo won Uitin splnnor but It IIs really tin till IIII Splthcr the earlier form or the word stoodt for splnther mean iimg spinner Ithe disappearance of till u before till Hi being compensate for by the loiiKthtMihig of the vowel just as tooth really represent toiith There was unit in use it imot Item word for the creature thatI was ugly enough lit meaning atlereop whicl appears in Vycllfs Tlble It Nlgnl lies pulson Imiich timid IIs still used In time north of Kiighind and in Antrim Ireland as an iiiieninplimeutary torn for a shrewish person lnun alter cop or IHII a similar use ofcep 111 colt II itiiiKh to mean a spider comes cobweb Favored Dy tloti Parties Republicans and Democrats alum praise Foleys Honey and Tar Cor coughs colds anti nil throat and lung diseases as no other remedy can compare with it It Is safe ana sure F T mater merchant 171 Main St Gloucester Mass writesUFoleyj Honey and Tar cured mo of a very bad cough which 1 had fo thre months though othei remedies failet to benefit ino I can highly recommend it for coughs and colds Foi sale by A R Fisher Pumpkin Vine Yields 800 Pounds- J E Keith has raised in him garden 800 pounds of potato pumpkins this fall from one vine Twenty two ot tho pumpkins matured bofor trost In Time of Peace In the first month of tho Itussian Japan war we had a striking oxamph ol the necessity of preparation and the early advantage of those who so top cnkuhae shingled their roofs ii dry weather The virtue of prepara tion has made history and given to ui our greatest men The individual as well us the nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat tho first colt you take A cold can be cured muul moro quickly when heated as soon as it has been contracted and before it ham become settled in the system Chamber puns Cough Remedy is famous for itt tunes for colds and it should be k ei at hand ready for instant ase Fo sale by Short Haynes Cloverport CrcNirnt ShapiMl Holl The little horseshoe shaped rolls tJ be seen In every bakers shop In tin world have an Interesting history Ii 1GS7 Vienna wins besieged by th Turks They were about to cuter tin town by an underground passage thin they had lug whoa the bakers win work all night In order to deliver ho bread In tne morning gave tho alarm Tho authorities were so grateful the allowed them to manufacture n breakfast roll in the shape of the crescent moon which is a device of the Turklsl l banner PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICALI INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY Chronic Diseases treated lhy Harmless Rational and Satisfying Methods Including i i PIiiKO JlJUJlfr Medlcnl ElectrIcity Hydroth erupyosteopnthYIMassage SulurIImerapy Among time Chronic Diseases treated are Nasal Catarrh Emir Mouth Throat bronchial und Lung discuses Constipation Diarrhoea Indigestion Headache Pills Fistula Kheu matlsm Neuralgia Diseases of tho nervous system Asthma Diabetes Neurasthenia Klscplessncss Stammering St Vitus Dance heart kidney and1IIralyslsjopllepsyLlvelj Scrotum Scquelau of ucuto diseases diseases of the skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases po culiar to females etc Superfluous hair and facial blemishes re moved by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public i can survey your Lands write your Deeds und take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J II IIUNSCIIE Casper May L Co Oamieltou Ind V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set thng estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of und IIdJolnlng coun tIes Special attention given to collecting road cases mind criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office r vet sank of HardlnsburgI Redwood and cedar shingles Redwood beveled skiing Skill sides 20 inches wide and 120 feet lour No 11 Y P laths Y P flooring and ceiling White pine doors fold sash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill r J7 DR R P KEENE m Representing TAYLOR KEENE im I IIDENTISTS Ii IiOF OWENSBOROrill t VIII be in Dr LlRhtfoofs otUco one y totilal tWeekof November 20 next date r rFor Homeseekers Cheapest rates yetless than one way faro for the round trip to points in the tlQuthwest Go via Memphis or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct 3 and I a Nov 7 and 21 Dec G anti 10 J Finest time to visit the Southwest see the crops and locate a home Write for maps literature lurid I cost I tickets to any point- LI 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 I EW LaBEAUME GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route Czar Surrenders With the throne tottering from un der him the Czar of Russia has surrendered to prevent revolution and has agreed to a cDnstitntional government The people are to have the right of suffrage the right to make their own laws with both freedom of the press and freedom of speech It is H great r victory for popular government ana marks the most important epochs in the history of Russi- aSubscribe for toe News + V I I th M A COfJ 1 l P k itt IS IC I II i S Ilfl nUI nI 4 The Breckenriclge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1005 SIMPLE REMEDY FOR CATARRH Just Breathe Hyomel Four Times a Day and Be Cured It u few years ago someone had said yon can euro catarrh by breathing air Charged with a healing balsam thu idea would nnvo been ridiculed and it remained for that eminent investi gator It T Booth to discover in Hyomoi this method of cure Hyomei has performed almost mir tirnloiiB cures ot catarrh and is tMn3 recognized by leading members ot the medical profession as the only adver used remedy that can be relied upon to do just what it claims The com plete outfit or Hyomei costs 100 and onslstR of an inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Breathe Hyomoi through the inhaler for a few minutes four times a day and it will cure the worst case ot cat arrh It soothes and heals the mucous membrane of the air passages pre vents irritation and ellVcts a complete and lasting cure In Cloverport there are scores of well known people who have been tired of catarrh by Hyomoi If it does riot cure yon Short Haynes will return tho money you pay for Hyouiei This is the strongest evidence that can bo offered us to their faith in tits re medy When is Thanksgiving A Tnanksgivinjr proclamation by President Roosevelt and one by Mayor Ppwell of Henderson are to be found elsewhere in this issue President Roosevelt declares November 30 to oe Thanksgiving this year nnd Muyor Powell says November 23 will be the important day of pumpkin pre and turkey and celery nUll cranberry sauce and football Almanacs and the like agree wilt Mayor Powell Which is right II Thank The Lordl cried Hannah Plant of Little Hock Ark for the relief I got from Buck lens Arnica Salve It cured my fear ful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which 1 lead suffered for 5 years It is a marvel one healer for cuts hurnsjand wounds Guaranteed at Short A Haynes drug tore 25c Comes Near Losing land Harry Weatherholt who has a posi tion at the Henderson Konto shops as machinist came near losing his hand in an accident wlucn occurred late Friday afternoon As he was walking past a lathe his hand which was gloved came in contact with two cog wheels and was drawn between them With quick presence of mind he wrenched his hand loose just as it started between the cog wheels and only his little finger was injured the end being mashed nearly off and the member split It his hand Wad not been gloved and he had not wrenched it away it would no doubt have been mangled Lr Simons amputated tho mid of the injured finger May Rival Mammoth Cave It ic reported that an immense subterranean channel which ptomises to surpass in size aud beauty the fauns Mammoth Cave has been discovered near Glasgow junction Barren county One arm already has been explored for a distance of seven miles Further pro gress was stopped by a wide and swift riverlt was not possible to toll the magnitude of It is stream Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor cheerfulnesss on disappear when kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent it Is uncommon for a child to be born afflictedwith weak kid neys the child ales too often If the urine scalds the flesh or Jr when the child reaches an age when It should be able control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the of the difficulty is kidney trouble the first stepshould be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys bladder not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty cent one dollar sizes You have a sample bottle by malll and the that not If urln to cause and and and and The and may free also pamphlet tell Homo of SrwpRoot Ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tho ame SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp iot and the address BInghamton N y on every bottle BURGLARS MAKE A GOOD HAUL HERE Store of F Fraize Robbed of Clothing Worth Between 50 and 100 Gaining entrance by shattering the lower pane of a rear window burg lars robbed F FraizAs store ot a nun b r of cloake and several pairs ot Iron ers on Halloween night The clothing taken was estimated last week by the firm to be worth between 30 nnd 100 Tho robbrey is believed to have been perpetrated sometime after midnight Wednesday morning as the streets were too frequented until a late hour Tuesday night to insure the safety of the undertaking An effort was made to get tho bloodhounds at HawesvJllo on train No 43 but they had been sent to Lyonia to bo cared for There was some thought of gett- Ing them from Louisville but the idea was abandoned The burglar or burglars it can not be told from tho work loin whettiui there was more than one made an attempt to enter the gtouery depart meut through tho basement Entrance into tho basement was ellectei through a window A trap door leads from the basement to tho grocery de partment but there is no connection between the basement and the dry goods department TIll trap door was held down by a bur and a barrel of sugar and could no be raised Balllec in this direction the burglar returned to the outside and broke in a window on the brut floor l y throwing n brick tbrough it He climbed np to the window on a plank with slats nailed across it- Three cloaks and a pair of iionsuii were round on the ground near the building Wednesday morning indicating it would seem that there wm only one burglar and ho had more than he could get away withoi that there were moro tjau one and they wen frightened away suddenly Fred Fraize junior member of the firm was in the store early Wednesday morning before leaving on a Imsincs trip to Louisville on train No 10 which is duo here at fl 07 oclock and it is possible that the thett was h hug committed then and the guilty parties were frightened away when he entered the store The opinion has been expressed bj several that the robbery was the work of home talent as the results showed familiarity with the surroundings If It was outside talent the parties con 3jrned hud ample opportunity to es ape in a son the river being only n short distance back of the store However if it was local talent it is very probable that no effort will be made to sell the clothing in this section as detection in that case would be almost certain News ht Hogwallow Hogwallow Kentuckian Tho Assistant Coroner is tearful that he will have to cut off one of Isaac Hellwangers wifes ears and ulso hold an inquest over a tin peddler that comes through here Wednesday Hu sold Mra Isaac Hellwanger u pair oCearbobs for fifteen cents and guaranteed them to be solid gold She im iiediately wore them to tho postoffice after a jug of molasses and it seems that complications bas sot up in one of bet ears as both ot her earbobs turned out to be braes A pond over on the rldgo near lander Creek graveyard has dried up and Tobe Moselv has been appointed a committee to investigate and see where the water went to Tobe started in on the search this morning bnt so far has no clew to its whereabouts Sidney Hocks is considering the sub ject of entering into the geese busi ness for a livelihood Sidney bought a goose five weeks ago and be says that she has layed on ail average ot a setting of eggs each day excepting Sunday She has not only refused to produce eggson the Sahbath but will not oven go near tho pond on this day being content to lounge around the hawg pen and out under the peisim neon tree While posting up his books Thursday tho Postmaster found a hens nest with nine eggs in it in one of the mail boxes Richard Honstep has traded a dawn for a mouth organ nUll figgera on becoming a fulliicdacil member of Raz Barlows Excelsior Fiddling land They serenaded Tobe Mosely Tuesday night Several shots were fired but no one was wounded- A t call et up u very pretty straw hat belonging to Miss Hosteller Hocks a few days ago A largo bnnch of artificial flowers ro on the hat and these are also iiiiMng The remains of- the calf were fouSSTout by the smokehouse a short tiraa later Miss Hostett or has authorized the Assistant Coron er to bold an inquest over the body for William Ge Sterett Col Villinni ini on Nditt tai plll 1 tihinuton iorrivs poiulont of tlu1 Dallav Nis anl tIll iitihistun rw isjI a nativi of lliiwcsville anal till only man Hancork cnuiity lilts prnduccd who hay ilc1t111elnational itnportanco Llio above iirtwo is an oxcollcnt likeness of Col Stcrott Though he has boon cartooned and photo rapluul ulollg with other tvell knowu wren of the fotnitry this iis the fist pit turo of Col Sterfttt over printed in this part of the country There isnt a better known man in Texas than Col Sterett and at Wash ington he ranks high oolong the great newspaper correspondents As the Hancock Clarion through whose courtesy this picture is produced here expresses it once upon a time he was an ugly frecklcdfaccil urchin who caught mudcats in Sweet Injun creek and robbed birds nests along its shaded banks v the purpose of ascertaining if tho hiltI is duuingcd beyond further us oIKar Hurlow ruined a new hat Friday night by forgetting to take it oil whfii he went to bed It is always fur polite to go to bed withI your hat en Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Re i y Than of All Others Put Together Mr Thoa Oergea merchant at Mt Elgin Ontario bats I have hud the local agency for Chamberlains lougn Remedy ever since it was introduced into Canada and I sell as much of it na I do of all other lines I have on my shelves put together Of the wane dozens sold under guarantee t have not had one bottle loturned I ran recom mend this medicine as I have used it myself and glvtii it to my llllldnn and always wrtli the best results For salo by Short Haynee Uloverport Buys Fine Duroclersey hog- E P Hardaway of beivleyvillo visited Chas C Wheeler pro prietor of the Crescent StocK Farmat IJueoliel Ky last Wednesday and bought of Mr Wheeler the great jearling Duroc Jersey tour Crescent Hensaticn 2nd No 15851 Mr Hurdaway ex plots to herd his held of Dinocs with this one young bogs which is one the best bred hoer living Mr ofI way is an uptodate farmer and a good judge of Duroc Jewry hogs and he has no doubt done well to SCOUtI this hog for a herd header Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of ago suffer from Kidney and bladder disorders usually enlarge ment of prostrate gland This is both paintui and dangerous anti Foleys Kinney Cure should be taken at the firat sign of danger as it corrects irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Hodne Burnett Rook Port Mo writes Ii suffered with enlarged prostate gland and kidney tronolo for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel bettor than I have for twenty years although I am now 01 years oldFor sale by A R Fisher CampbelflSowlinl- llrfork Ky Nov qSp ecial Forest Campbell and Miss Bertha Howlin of Tar Creek were married atI the home of the brides parents last Tuesday evening Rev C I14 Joff performing the ceremony i What 175Will If sent now as a neW subscrip tion for the 1906 Volume of The Youths Companion it Will entitle you to all the issues for the re mainlne Weeks 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cmipaims operating in and through the state upon espouses bring made to which it will begin an investi frition anda hearing inaugurated several mouths ago looking to the regu lation of all traffic rates charged for hauls within the confines of the conmioiiwealtb REPEATING SHOTGUNS No matter how big the bird no matter how heavy its plumage or swift its flight you can bring it to bag with a long strong straight shooting Winchester Repeating Shotgun Results are what count They always give the best results In field fowl or trap shooting and are sold within reach of everybodys pocketbook FREE SInd cams and addrnt on a portal card for our lugs lllnttratid catalogs WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CONEW HAVEN CONN Avers Pills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use The dose is one just one pill at bedtime mild They cure o tiSSSi fm TS Jilt isM ORS t lUil NASUli N THE Open Door to Succes- sSOUTHWEST T = C I t RtI The Anil Renters State f III I hion Only wlIrthor thr totalI nrrengr rnwaunder iitltlviitlon TlxuxiUHls of frci lionifstind a IlrlTheINDIAN try V e nlltely tIlt whlle man to haee and to hold HII- II ruin rlcli In oil rich In timber rich In soil 101011111 In Annrliu I IKHIT worth having and milling OKLAHOMAThe What Next Territory N nry n hult mllII lion iiires more to lho openixl tills your only Iu text 1I this tliiir but a lease In the Southwest Is a foot hold rltr fur Illustrated literature and ilirormtlllon rtMrdlni low ruesouthwfst in r tierr tin IM uul ird TuwwUyn of Nell month n FiguresOn I Farms certain T Full information on request IGEO II Iff G Pt II II McGlIRE t P A II ILittle t Rock Ark Cincinnati Jof iJ If you could sell your farm today for 100 an acre and buy it back tomorrow for 10 an acre You would do it If you can buy the 3100 land for X10 some whert else the proposition iti just as good You can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do it i I If you wish to Know more uliout It write for coplew of our TVxit and Ukliilmin Ihooks They art far IIAHILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Sf Louis M- oL1I r o1 r or4 or o o14 THEmf Fifth Avenue I HOTEL 11 Louisville Ky I 1ffi PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Sugarcoated constipation BUCKINGHAMS DYE x UO 11 f ARKANSAS nmfthrnxstrrurrruI-n TERRITORY N o1 r r PJb Tlii Wont centrally lorated rrd only rflratclithK hotel In the city making a J200 rule J Only one block from the principal f shopping bltUrlcl sad two blocks from f this prlncliml tlioatres t- 5tr ot CArs paw the door to All parts wj of the I cityIEverything neat ADdlclolinJt I treeeeegleeuceeeeeeeeeeeetata eaeeeo eeeeaeees- eeaFirstI State Bank IRVINGTONl KY IIw J IIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP ViceIresiden II H KKMPHR Cashier IIAccount of Corporations Finns and Individuals solicited S = Interest Paid on Time Deposits- eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeget eegeeeeeeeaeoeeeeeewleeeeeSees Ou BanksTheClovel port Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 w II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F WGIITFOOT 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line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE u PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 THOUGHTS The Kaiser is assuredly one of the most impressive figures of the time His ardor his enthusiasm his almost fanatic fervor of re ligious belief leave no kind of doubt that as a man he is a Christian But his passion for empire his reliance on the power of the sword as a means of upholding the welfare of his country leave no kind of doubt that as a monarch he is a pagan Mall Caine DID you get your man And it is all over The shouting has not eommonood at this writing Tun worst fooling man in this whole campaign will bo the man who sold his vote May God have mercy on hind No matter who wins it will cott the winner about all the ollice is worth for the first two yens That is if all reports be true as to tho money afloat yesterday WB shall hate to believe as was reported here yesterday that there was any tampering1 with the ballots at any precinct in this county It is not onla reflection on the men who engage in it but a reflcctionson the whole county THIS paper received very high compliment from a wellknown young business man MrI Willis Green in regard to its course in the camNiign just closed These expressions of approval from men of Mr Greens standing are highly appreciated TUB post card habit hats struck this town Its a good habit Good for your town fold for your friends You take a fellow way out west and hes townpKentuckians out West are rather lonesome anyway and they need to be looked after They never get over that homesick feeling so they tellus Quit old friend JJudge II Clay Uawlings whom we met out in Kansas City- Republicans says that he would he glad to see the Democrats and in their next national conventions both nominate Mr Roosevelt awl that he would gladly support him The judge was a redhot Democrat in Kentucky and is yet but he says Roosevelt is the best president we over hud and that he would like to see him serve anotherI four years IIN till past ton years the wealth of the United States according to the Philadelphia Commercial List has increased front 77OOU00OCHJ to10juOO000OU a gain of W per cent the money in circulation from 1s6O11 000011f to 2319s000fOr of 55 per cent the bank clearings front l000UoUOO to S10 000010000 again of 100 percent and the total hank deposits from 4hi 1000000 toSto 000OOnUOO an increase of over 100 per centt TUB most conspicuous figure in this country today is William Travers Jerome of New York city the man without a party He stands for the people versus the bosses and is proclaiming to the pub lie in words Ithat burn that the people are getting tired of the boss rule and of graft in public oilice anti in public trust If Mr JcrmoeJ is electedII 11 everything points that way it will be a most signal vie tory The Jerome sentiment like the lRoosevelt sentiment 1is taking tho country TUB safest man in any community is the man who has a bank ac count It establishes and lends confidence in him It promotes credit establishes responsibility and results in security With the number of banks in this county it is mighty easy for every citizen to have a bank account It doesnt matter if you have only a few dol lays open a bank account with your nearest bank Use your check instead of money Your money is much safer in your hank than in your pocket u TIIBUBl was one familiar figure we saw out west and that was the Standard oil wagons There is not a nook or corner road or by path in all this great country into which this great concern does not send its messengers1 The greatI secret of its success is that it takes care of its trade Wherever there is a gallon of oil wanted the Stand ard stands ready to furnish it And the most minute detail of their business commands the same attention as the biggest They go after the business ford get it 1 KvBuvTiiiM in Kansas City is the biggest on rthand the people of that town dont hesitate to tell you so The Vest boys have got this point of bigness down to a finish and they can give you as fine pointers on Kansas City as if they had been living there all their lives These young men we are proud to say stand at the top among the business men of that great city and arc making their mark along business told social lines They still have a longing andu love for their old home fold people and every spot of it they say is still dear to them and Cowheel in particular It it be true as reported that a womens missionary society of a Kentucky town has denounced as tainted all eggs laid on Sundays we can do no more than oiler to Kentucky the star which was worn by Kansas until William Allen White made her selfconscious Ji3a stroke of ethical genius it has been decided that all Sabbathlaid eggs shall hereafter go to charity Surely this policy willconvert the hens And if a lingering doubt remains whether the Sunday eggs are tainted or not wo must remember that the people of Kentucky are better acquainted with the eggs of their own hens than we are WHO ARE THE WORKEttS Tho following from tho Wall Street Journal one of tho most con servative and one of the best edited papers that comes to our desk points out some striking facts in relation to tho much discussed sub ject of labor and capital To our mind it is the true solution of the problem It says Asocial orator stood in front of the subtreasury a day or two ago and told his little cluster of hearers that all wealth was tho pro duct of labor but that the laborer got only a small percentage of the product of his labor the greater proportion went to capital Hut who are the laborers who produce this wealth who take it out of the earth who cultivate it from the soil who prepare it for the market who transport it told sell it to the customer Is tho laborer only the man who works with tho hoe the shovel the axe and the manifold tools of modern industry This is a rather important ques tion to be considered before making such a declaration as that the laborer does not get his due proportion of the product of his labor There are millions of people who never handled a hoe or run a ma chine But are they any less laborers who are producing wealth and adding to the sum of the achievements of civilization Is tho banker who finances the great operations of commerce and transportation any less a laborer than the man who works with the hoe Capitalists who are using their capital and directing its use in proper channels for the development of business enterprises are not parasites Artists actors writers and even newspapermen are not parasites living oil the labor of others They toohavc their part in the great mechanism of the production and distribution of wealth There is an internal conflict between one class of labor and another class as to the division of the products of labor One class is continually complaining because another gets a larger share than it does There can be no doubt that the division is unequal But so is the endowment given by nature to different men unequal No socialist phi losopher can explain away the inequality that exists in the mental power of dillcrent individuals and no socialistic program can remedy this inequality It exists inherently in the human race Thus one worker of superior mental powers and industry will get a larger re ward for his labor than another The only equality that is possible in this world is equality before the law so that every man rich or poor strong or weak richly endowed or deficient in brains shall have an equal standing before the law and an equal opportunity under the law to make the most of the powers which nature tilts himrThis is the problem which our republican government iis endeavoring to solve namely the problem of equality before tho law It roust be admitted that we have not steadilypapproaching to a solution The more of such equality there is the less room there will be for socialism tAUttWtfI YN rI The Frost is on the PumpkinT- he I patterof autumn leaves the crisp air all are forecasts of colder weather How about winter supplies Heres prices that should interest the head of the family I Potatoes Potatoes tine Il1bh Potatoest0e bushel bushel Sugar Kastcrn Gran is Ibs for 81 C Sugar h2 Ibs for SI1 anfsAny kind 3 pound cans i for 25c n Flour Best Patent 50 lbs for 125- Second Best 50 lbs for 51fl Coffee Package any kind 1 Iflc per package Bulk Collce 15c per pou- ndCabbage 2Ao per pound I POPHAM CLOVERPORT BROS KYI1MiMV11VM1MMW 1Mi1MAlMNMhAiM ITlUTVII LOD1BURG Mrs A M Hardin is on the siuk listBorn to the wife of Chas Payne a tine girl November 3 Little Zehna Avitt is improving after several days illness Mrs Otis Stiff and daughter Mabel visited Mrs A R Bruce Saturday Carlton Ater of Raymond visited his cousin Mercer Basliam last Sat urday Mrs C C Grant and Mrs I C Argabright visited Mr Vm Shaw SaturdayRev Argabright and daughter Mary visited H T Gibsons family SaturdayMr till Mrs I U Harrell who have heen sick for several days are recoveringMiss Basham and Mrs Ida Knottinqnam went to Stephensport one day last week shopping Arthur Bashamand Miss Mary F Argabright visited her aunt Mrs W B Algabnght last Mrs D D Argabright and little son Estelle retnrnd home yesterday after a visit to her father at Ammons Dr Walker McDaniels Nov 1416 Dr Walker wiU be at McDaniels Nov 1J 15 10 to do dental work Meal Bolted relll70t pet bushel Bolted Meal 11st pet peck Beans Navy Beans lie pet pound Ht d Kidney Beans tic per pound IIt will for pay to future pro needy today I VM11M Sunday lengthy Post Cards with East and West views of Cloverportone Everybody is buying them NEWS OFFICE To Start Box Ball Alley there C R Buunell of Elizabethtown will open a box ball alley iu the Fair build lug this week Box ball is a new and intensely interesting game Indies nnd gentlemen are invited to come and 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Society of Equity says With one hundred and thirty two regular delegates in attend ance and from three hundred to one thousand visitors in daily at tendance the Owensboro tobacco growers convention was considered a success from start to finish It was the culmination of a year of hard work and tho result is that the greatest pricemaking meeting in the worlds history is now a matter of record Two topics of extreme impor tance wore attached to this meet ing Tho first was the establish ment of minimum prices for each class fund grade of tobacco based upon tho cost of production and regulated only by the natural law of supply and demand It has been proven that tho supply is not such as to force prices to the very low level whore they have rested for the past three years and the attempt to keep them there is purely the work of tho dealers and speculators The other topic of great importance was tho work of completing the organization and making plans to enable all to bacco growers to hold for these prices and to make sales to the best advantage Subscribe for the News poS Herttx t5 Just tell us how much 1IIlumber you need Wet 1 5 have all kinds of I5 Framing materialsk randx x Walnut is ready for s cc you x Thats the thing un 6 able to get so quick j1 before v Let us have your t order todayrvS f r Your House Barn o fStable may need re j pairs t xxx t REMEMBER US i tSeaton s Gloverport1 Ky t o itAi All + tAkdItAAA I IAkAStilAilAkSt Hebor Matthews editor of tin Hartford Herald has been ad judged insane and sent to thi asylum He had been ailing fo several months and in recen weeks his malady affected hi mindso that there remained nova ternativo but to send him to th asylum ty w yvp 4 I S r yf Y l j The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 Tutts Pills FOR TORPID LIVER- A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUT1 LIVER PILLS as a trial will prove Take No Substitute r Jumbo pioklosfreshEnglish Kitchen Rev B M Uurrio was in Owens boro Thursday Miss Alice Boar 1 of Holt was visIt- ing here Thursday Richard Whitehouse was in Louis villo part of last week Miss Nell Whitehonso was i in Lrnisvillo last week Mrs J T Morrison has returned from a visit in Louisville Sirs Fannie Llshen is visiting Mrs Frank Eadcs at Owensboro Mrs C M Stephens has been visIt ing relatives in Owensboro- J A Barry returned Friday from Ekron to be at home several weeks I J Muckenmss went to Owens boro Saturday to spend several days Mr and Mrs Nat Tucker spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville Clothes cleaned and neatly pressed Prompt and polite serviceW Foi linn Mts O BFoster returned Saturday- to Owensboro after a visit of several weeks hero Mrs R B Pierce returned Friday from a visit to her son Wallace Pierce in Louisville Ernest Gregory of Now Albany is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Geo Getzendanner has boon here for several days from Lakeland where he has H position Mrs A B Skillman was in Owens boro last week the guest of her son Tae R Skillman W L McCracken came home from Eddyville last ween to remain until after the election p1On account of a wreck 150 of our nicest cloaks did not arrive in tIme for the sale last Saturday tint will he on hand this week in time fur a grand display on next Friday and Saturday Handsomest goods and lowest possible prices will be our aim in disposing of this Dig lot of goods A ladys mutT wrtn 150 will be given free to everyone who buys a cloak on these two lays Friday and Saturday Best values over offered in Meado county The Arc td D S Richardson prop Brandenburg K- yCoflsumptIon Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumption Eat plentyof pork was the advice to the consumptive soy and loc years ago Salt pork is good if a mar can stomach it The idea theThodmost ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to theconsumptive Pork iisjfoo rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially easy dige ion ttding him fat in this wa which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more r than that There is some thing about the combination- of cod liver oil and hypophos jhites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and II all druggists Oysters all styles English Kitchen Jno P Haswdl Jr ol llnrdinsbii was here Monday Fred Fraize was in Louisville Ilust WednesdayGeorge WitS down front Louisville yesterday Hot lunches at all poutsI nglish Kitchen n II Severs cams home Friday to remain untill after the election Tno lest you can get here in the oyster way English Kitchen Frank Mercer and Ed Dillon of Hardinsburg were here Monday Chas B Parsons of Detroit was the gupst of Miss Eliza May Sunday Clothes called for and delivered cleaned and pressedW Forlines Miss Nancy Smith has returned to Glendeane utter a visit to Miss Ethel Oelze Pike Conn and daughter Miss Belle Conn were down from Stephlu port Non lay D W May of Owensboro was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Chas tiny yesterday Proctor Keith returned last week from Elizabeth town where lu bad been for several weeks Chas Wendelken and two little daughters came down from Louisville Monday to visit relatives The ladies of the Methodist hutch will give an oyster and ice cream supper Thursday at Oeles Hall Roy Heyear of Detroit loft Saturday atter a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs F T Heyser J M Cordroy has returned from It visit to his mother Mrs Maggie Cordrey at Elizabethtown Mrs J F Morton was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Shelby riplett at GarHeld last week Mrs Darnell Dowden was at Can nelton last week the guest of her mother Mrs Elizabeth Wittmer Miss Jennie Warfiuld returned Thursday to uouisvillu after a visit to her slater Mrs Frank Fraize Wade Witt of Rosetta formerly of hn city was here last week the guest of his sister Mrs J C Nolte Mrs GFoote and two little daugli tore of Irvington were the guests of Mrs V G Babbage part or last week Dr R P Keene of ho1sboro wIll be at Dr Lightfoots office from Nov ember 20 to 27 for the practice of dentistry Mr and Mrs Chas May and Misses Eva and Eliza May were the guests of Mr and Mrs E H Bridenbach at iwcnsboro Sunday On account of a wreck 150 of our nicest cloaks did not arrive in time for the sale last Saturday but will be on hand tnis week in time lor a grand display on next Friday and Saturday Handsomest goods and lowest possible prices will be out aim in disposing- of this big lot of goods A ladys mutT worth 1150 will be given free to everyone who buys a cloak ou these two days Friday and Saturday Best values ever offered in Meadi conutyThe Arcade D S Ri hard son prop Brandenburg KyI U IILOCAL BRIEFSii J U Seaton of the lumber firm ot Seaton A Weathiirholt was at Garfield last week looking titter the Itimber interests of tho firm In that section They are getting out a largo amount of timber at Garfield and more than from any other part of the county nt present I Edwin Foote of Bewlcyville has a position as lodmau with the government surveying crow that has beer vorkingat this point The Methodist Sunday school has appointed a number of young ladles to- make a honsotolionso canvass of the- oity in the Interest of the Sunday school work by request of the State Sunday school association The Baptist Sunday school will make its appoint meats next Sunday The young ladies of both Sunday schools will perform the work together collectnu information regarding the number of children of each family in Sunday school and those out the denomination to which the families belong etc Father Bray heldl services at t- Roses Catholic church last Wednesday morning at 10 oclock the day being known as All Saints day The services were similar to those held on Sunday The day is observed as a holiday by Catholics Joseph Sawyer was taken to Louisville yesterday morning to have an operation performed for inflammation of the knee The operation will be performed at Norton infirmary It will be the second operation Mr Sawyer has undergone in the past ten weeks th e first being for appendicitis Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cuixe catarrh and drives away a cold In the heed quIcklyCream 1IalmlIs placed tutu the nostrils I1rcads over the membrane and Is absorbed ItellefU mediate anti N euro follows It le not dryingtiDe not produce sneering Jarltc Sle SO cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY UHOTHEHS 60 Warren Street ewYork oum H Mrs Chas B Smllinan entertained the Lucius Reading Club last Thursday afternoon Mrs J L Moormon will bo the hostess tomorrow after noon Tint club is now reading II Nedra 0110 of the now popular novels Chas hurry who had a position with the Henderson Route as machinist has gone to OelweinIa to accept a similar position with Increased pay with the Chicago Great WC3tern railroadI Edward Gregory raped in his gar don this year 225 stalKs of celery mo of which he says will weigh as much as twelve of the stalks of Ithe size usually shipped here from Miehi gnu Ho expects to put his celery on the market about Christmas and to realize a swat sum by the sale He has thus demonstrated that celery ran ho successfully and profitably raised In his section when planted in the proper soil T P Nappor ono of his neigh hors and a gardener of wavy years experience says it is the best celery l1e has eVer seen Hereafter communion service will DO held the first Sunday in every month at the Methodist church The monthly service WHS inaugurated by Rev Currio Sunday morning The Cloverport chapter Royal Arch Masons have sent out invitations to chapters to a meeting which will beheld at the Masonic Temple on November 10 At the meeting all the degrees of the chapter will he conferred R L Nowsom and John e Matt ngly have nought tlu T P Hagood property thirteen acres including tla shipping yard lying on Murray avenue Consideration IWO Rev B M Currie is organizing un Id fashioned class meeting which wIll bj held for the first time at the Methodist church next Sunday afte noon and probably every other Sunday thereafter The younger members of the church especially are invited to attend this meeting which will be the first of the kind since tin pastorate i of Rev J B Seay Mrs Eliza Allen of near town is Improving after an attack of pneumonia Miss Thrlstine Cottrell was the guest ot honor at a candy pulling Friday evening given by Miss ElizabH- killman th Mrs G W Short entertained last Tuesday evening in honor of her niece Miss Christine Cottrell Tl e entertainment and decorations were In accordance with Halloween One otr the features of the evening was the distributions of favor by little iliis Josephine Cottrell She was attractively dressed as a little fairy and played her part in an airy tallY manner which charmed all the guests The city council at its regular montnly meeting Monday night appointed a city equalization board tt- meet 0 Monday December 4The board i imposed of Messrs Ed WhIteneu J C Muttinglv and 1 J Over No- other new business of consequent was before the council J M Gregory who has had a severe attack of rheumatism i- much iis improved after treatment by- Dr Fred DeHaven the Louisvill osteopath Chas Cottrell and family willI leave soon for their homo at Pensa cola Fla They have been hero i thE guests of Mr and Mrs U W Shor during part of the recent yellow feve perIod in the South and Mr Cottrell- has conducted a photograph gallery in- the Fair building in which Dusines9 he is engaged at Pensncola The Louisville Baptist Orphans Home through its agent L S Sanders has placed two children in the neighborhood of the Rites Run Bap- tlst church near the city ono wIth- Mr and Mrs W H Thurman and- the other with Mrs Emma Hardin The children have been placed recently oASTOR=ABeare You HavB Always Bought L thoctY STEPHENSPORT Pike Conn and daughter Belle were in Cloverport Monday Mrs Prank Illckison is the guest of her sister Mrs Betsy Roff tL K Adkisson of Uddyville is visiting friends bere this week A T Blain of St Louis is the guest of his mother Mrs Kliza Dlnin June Adridge and Stanly Conner canoe home Iron Louisville to vote Miss Cora McCoy visited her parents Saturday and Sunday near Union Star Mrs George Driscal and children spent a few days in Louisville lost weekWilliam Sargent of Owensboro is visiting his mother Mrs Georgia Sargent Hit Brown ot Hardstowu was here last week to see his brotherinlaw tIr Crittenilaii Rev11 T Lewis of Cloverport filled his regular appointment at the Baptisf church Sunday Dr A M Harduway will be at Stepnensporf November lU1415 for the practice of dentistry Ionnie Rhodes and wife posed through town Wednesday enroute to their home at Brandenburg Dont forget that neo McCubbins is the place to buy wraps either long or short for women and children also a nice line of capes and furs All at whole sale prices Big bargains in shoes underwear overcoats ladies dress skirts and shirtwaists also A fine line of furniture stoves hardware and harnessGeoi McCubbins G B Cunningham of Chenault pass ed through here Sunday enroute to Irvington to see his little granddaughter Nannie lee Gardner who 11 as been ill for several d- aysWants + = 4 + M dj M + 7 + Advertisements Inserted under this head at onu cent a word per week FOR AJ- FOil SALRUrgnn cheap Apply at Sews FOR SA LFOIlAIHS oUHAIKSlxoiiUdlnlnc room chairs In- rgood order Apply to News LOSTIIOOg =Three black hoes short tails v shaped plllu cut out of ears weight about I iO pounds Return to Tur Springs ron SALE hrnnlsFKaottOlt SALREN1INRSI Fon I TVo gasoline unRlncI sultuhle cutting feed sawing hag waters Apply to PI U flankCover port try TAKEN UI7MAUK TAKEN IlMare lurk bay about lIJ bleb white spot size Imlf dolliir UII forehead about U ycurs old Kound In lilY harp Oct 22 Owner can get mare by Iollllllg matter her and nayliiK for teed IR 1n Haxti Cloverport lay n lOn SALE PRINTING Presses and CuttliiR macbln s lot of good Laundry macblni Also now and secondband Gas and Gasoll nRlnusMAKTlN OAULK 510 3rd Street xulsvlllc Ky rORSALETV nJO CKHTIKICATE DrYlluttStrllttonlFor price and partlculiirs write Tim Hrec- lnrldgc News Cloverport Ivy HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist ticket to South smith Southeast first ami third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which houieseekers1 rates apply One way colonists rates to Californi 15r1 1 Bnd Sept 15 to Oct Ill IgOr Thanksgiving Rates Nov 30 For Thanksgiving rato of ono ald-j inothird faro for the round trip bl centsswill bo made on Nov 20 and ao good to return Dec 4I L liST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverpo 507 A at West Point only arrhes at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall mina Express leaves Cli erportO52 A M stops at all wuy stations arrives Louisville 1235 p hi Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu i erport448p in stops at all way station east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives alt Louisville 725 pm Train No48 rally Cloverport accommodation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Rally Oioverport accommodatlo leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Evans I vlua600atu expresstI t awesvllle Lewlsport Macro Owenslxrc Stanley hpottsvlllt Henderson and Kv isvlllc arrlve St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dully ur- rIves Cloverport 730 p m Evunsvlllo 103C p in stops at sit stations No45 dally St Txul8 last train IeavesCl verport 11 00 PM arrives Evansvlllo 135 A M St Louis ff40A M stops nt Ilxuuunlll wensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Dulsvllle and Evansvllle Through sluoplng cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 4t between Louisville lud8t Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 ally except faday luuve rdsvlllu430 n rilves Irvington ltO nl1ITrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves irdsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvington 5 J- pl1I Train No 6 Sunday only FordsvllleB30 a m Irvington 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leave Irvington t50a m arrives Fordsvlllo 24 pwTrntn No 5 Dally loaves Irvington 850 p- In arrives Fordsvllle 025 u m MEET ME AT NOLTES I Cloaks Cloaks n FOR THE CHILDREN FOR MISSES FOR LADIES n PH n Smart and Stylishthe newest Furs too are the fashion Furs Muffs and Cloaks make a nice com bination Let us show you the line Benefit by early purchase and enjoy the warm wraps COME NOW uuo J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky taaafff I nn I W Cadick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAA 3 Watch Your Watch 3 4 3 Blacksmiths Wagonmakers Carpenters Tinsmiths Etc Bring us your wagons your t plows your buggies and 4- j horseshoeing We are sil juersmiths but guess we can do your blacksmithingat 4 jleast I tjjtjjITI IS AS REASONABLEI FOR A SILVERSMITH TO SIIOI 1 YOUR IIORSH AS fOR A BLACKSMITH TO FIX YOLR i= WATCH = P YES BRING US YOUR = 44MACHINES E I Tr Cr LEWIS SON YOUR JEWELERS 4 HARDINSBURd KCNTUC- KVvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvttl je I I fI PublicSaleb I 8 II- r a v iI Johnsons Farm one mile si- w Hast of Garfield ift 1 A 10ly 11 I yi ao Head BerkshireI flogs jj5- JJ f hcadcil by model Leo IVlidj I No 10401 Sows trace back ft- ty to Columbia Duke a hog jjj- ty tthat Vandorbilt paid S J5i ft- tyi for All hogs are eligible to ft registero ft- W1 r 1 Hoar 11 yoke twoyear ft- ffl old Oxen and other Cattle ft- W a Head Fine Horses ft yl =TTr l Made Known Oil Day m of Saleii = iiy IfJOHNSONIf Subscribe for the Nows Your Oroceryman has just received a large ship meut of FOLD DUST We refer to Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Its going fast at much less than its real value Indeed to those who upprt elate good food this flour isi allot priceless It never disappoints it net fails to satisfy It is used by a great many people who would use no othor You would use it if you knew its worth 1 n 5rEi carefully safeguardrlI rl r the interests of our Ii ii i customers MoreiA I over we frequently do it un 1 i til I I I known to them as opporfj tR tunitios often come to us in IIII W confidsntiil I ways n- i 1 i I 1 n LET US HAVE 1 YOUR BUSINESS i Ty All business entrusted to i1 1G1 us prompt and careful attention Highest IIrate1 of interest paid on time j+ lldeposits t14 INSUKKI AA I1 X S T mIOSS IIi KlltK AND 1 UltJl UY COXSKK 1 VATIVK I1OAKI OK- mitKCTOitsP iwnr- iKXT b OKFICKUS t y 11 yBank of Cloverport iggCloverport Ky = aaaae New PhotographGallery C G BRABANT PHOTOGRAPHER 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 aaasss- pPISOS CURE P2 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS fleet Couth Syrup Tastes Coed E In time Sold by druggists EjUso CONSUMPTION Massacre in Russia Odessa Now a A dispatch ioiii Kishinell says A hotrihlo massacre has occurred here Hundreds have been killed All the hospitals pharmacies and hotels are full of wounded and mutilated persons The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER tit 1005 USEFUL FACTS About Coughs Colds and Bronchial Troubles Given the People of Clo verport by Our Druggists Short Haynes In conducting a largo thug business wo naturally meet n great ninny people at tills season of the year who suffer from coughs colds and bronchial trouhloa As these troubles are easily controlled if the richt moans is taken we want to say to the people of Clover port that wo guarantee our cod liver oil preparation Vinol will cmo hang ing on colds stubborn coughs bron chial and lung troubles quicker than any preparation we have over sold because it is the most perfect propanl ion of cod liver oil ever compounded It contains no oil or grease to slog the system and npset the stomach lot it does contain every Ono of tue jlfty old medical elements actually aKen from fresh cods livers In a highly concentrated form and is there tore the best trod liver preparation btainable Vinol is not a patent nedicine everything in it is named an the bats label of the bottle and you know what you are taking so without reservation we indorse and guarantee Vinol to strengthen every argsn in the body to do its worK as nature intendllto cure cough coldsII bronchial troubles increase the appe tite build up the run down tired anti debilitated mid create strength and re newed vitality for the aged If Vinol fails to do what we say we will refund every dollar paid for it Yen Know us and know we will do as we agree Short Haynes Druggists The President Issues His Thanksgiving Proclamation Washington NovliThe President issued Iris Thanksgiving proclama tion today as follows I By the President ot the United Mates A Proclamation When nearly three centuries ago she settlers came to the country which has now become this great re public ihey confronted not only Hard ship HIIO pnvation but terrible risk tc their lives In those grim years tbe custom grew ot setting apart one day In eaoh year for a special service ot thanksgiving to this Almighty for pre serving the people through the hang giug seasons The custom has now be acme national and hallcwed by im memoiial usage We live in easier und note plentiful times than our fore fathers the men who with rugged strength faced the lugged days and yet the dangers to national life ire quite ns great now as at any provious time in our history It IH eminently tilting that onto a yeai our people snould set apart a day tor praise andI thanksgiving to the Uivpr of good and at the same time that they express their thankfulness for tbe abundant mercies received should manfully acknowledge their shortcomings and pledge themselves solemnly and in good faith to strive to overcome them During the PIt year we havo blessed with lbountifulrropsOnr helmII floss prosperity has been great No other people hits over stood on as high a level of wellbeing as ones now stands We an not threatened bv foes from without Tine rOts from whom we should urn to be delivered art our own passions appetites and follies and against these there is always need that we should war Therefore I now set apart Thursday the IlOth day of this November as a day of thanksgiving for the past and of prayer for tae future and on tnat day 1 ask that throughout the land till people gather in their nouies and places of worship and in ren dering thanks unto the Most High for the manifold blessings of the past year consecrate themselves to a lite of cleanliness honor and wisdom so that this nation may do its allotted workun the earth in a manner worthy of those who founded 1 It and of those who preserved it- Hln witneH whereof 1 have here unto sot my hand and caused tho seal of tho United States to he allixed Done at the city of Washington this 2nd day of November in the of our Lord one thousand nino earI dead and five und of the Independence of the Untied States the one hundred and thirtiethTHEODORE ROOSEVELT A Card This is to certify that all druggists aro authorized to refund your money It Foleys Honey and Tar fails to euro your cough or cold It stops the couch and heals the lungs Prevents pnou monia und will cure incipient con sumption Contains no opiates and is safest for children Ask tor Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having t Stops the cough and heals the lungs For sale by A R Fisher I B Y P U ENTERTAINS Halloween Idea Carried Out in Detail Social Affair Success The Halloween ides was carried out in dotftil at the Halloween soc al given lust Tuesday evening at Oolzes Hall oy the Baptist Young Peoples Union and the affair way as pronounced enc ooss socially and financially The at tondunco was all that could ho desired he spacious hall being crowded a large part of the time to tha extent that standing tooui was almost at n premium where tho booths and fun creating attractions were All present themselvesIwitnessed the apply bobbing Young and old alike attempted this feat with more or leas success to the grout auiuneuiuut of the spectators The decorations wire profuse and attractive and suggestive of Halloween and the time of the year Largo jack olunterns were ranged in a long row on each side of the hull and numerous little jackolanterns made of gourds and tiny candles were strung over the booths Festouns ot variegated leaves intstletfo golden rod constants etc in every convenient place and attractively arianged com pleted tne decorations Uno popular attraction was the for tune tellers tent in which two for tune tellers told your past present and future mostly future for only five cents The two young ladles who officiated in the tent seemed to Know the mystic nit so well that it has been sincerely doubted whether any le petitions were necessary in what they foretold though they were kept bniy throughout the evening PieIpopcornbooths and oysters and ice cream wore served at the tables NOTES Then was no admission fee A local string band discourse music It was perhaps ns large an indoor social as Cloverport ever had The gross receipts veto about 00 and the net receipts X3O The members of the Epworth League did their part in the way of patronage and the same spirit of liar mouy and go d will prevailed1 hire as characterizes tno joint devotional I meetings of the tvo young peoples societies Interested out oftown people at the social wore the young men off the government surveying bout The small boy otnjoyed the social and thenall the pranks he had an opportunity to perform Seventyeight young penplethats tho memberphip of the 13 Y P U ean do a great deal toward a good cause and tine crowd spent money in a way that showed they hind no objection to its 1 being a good causo Sun Lost Mother Consumntion runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writes E B Ieid ot Harmony Me For tine past live years bowever on I the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers truth was a sad loss for Mr Reid but he learned that lung trouble must not he neglected and how to cure it Quickest relief and CUM for coughs and colds Price SOc and 101 guaranteed at Short Haynes drug freeIAffects Shippers of Whiskey Into Local Option Places John W Yerkos Commissioner of Internal Revenue has made a ruling which is of vital importance to shipp ers of whisky to local option com munities In many instances dealers ot this kind have been shipping whisky consigning it to themselves attaching a pill of lading or draft which hud to be paid by the custom lIn often at a bank bet ru they could gut the goods The commissioner rules where this is done the dealer will have to pay a special tax before the goods can be delivered to tune custom ers and this will have to be done in every place where the goods are de liveredUnder an act of the last Legislature denIers in whisky ure 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through the pages of a popular wom ans magazine warning them of the dangerous and undermining effects upon their character of active partic ipation In public affairs The feminine club life of today he especially con demnsFollowing this cornea the announcement of an Interview with a represen tative of the new and charming womanhood of America In the person of Consuelo Duchess of Marlborough A daughter of the Vanderbllts married Into one of the oldest and proudest families of England surrounded by every luxury and crowned with beauty youth aud grace yet Is she democratic enough to be interested in her sisters of the working world Womens Work Commended Concerning womans work the Duchess says It is gratifying to see the improve OF MARLDOHOUGH ments which have been made in the conditions under which women work In this country since I was last here You know that I am deeply interested in this question of the betterment of the conditions of life for women England is doing much in this direction but it is to America that we all look for leadership in movements of this kind and I am happy to say that our hopes have not been disappointed The particular society in which the Duchess is Interested is the Young Womans Christian Association She is to that organization in England what Helen Gould is to the Y M C A in this countrya generous of time money and sympathy- It Is evident however that the Duchess sympathies gq out to the workers and the work along all the lines of betterment for women She calls attention to the various assocla tions and their enormous growth in membership and to the change that has taken place in the position of wom an in the worlds work during the past sixty years- Speaking of womans efforts at eman cipation and particularly of the famous meeting in Seneca Falls N Y she says Tho first womans rights convention vas held In this country In 1860 Three years later a woman attempted to speak In a worlds temperance convention In New York and it took her threo hours to make a tenminute speech because of the Jeers and interruptions of the men delegates Florence Nightingale Just about fifty years ago laid the foundation for the glorious work of the Red Cross in the hospitals in the Crimea When Efforts Began These were the beginnings of tho activity of women In public movements Involving social reform which now are having their full development In all lines of endeavor When one reflects that the hardships faced by women speakers In those days ranged from hos tile and rude Interruptions to measures of even more active discomfort and un pleasantness reminding one of an un popular political campaign and yet that they Jiavo persevered In their efforts one cannot help Doing proud of their pluck and perseverance which has had such splendid results Reference to the woman who at tempted to speak at a temperance convention recalls to mind the old story of Lucy Stone of Massachusetts a pioneer suffragist who after her grad uation at Oberlin Ohio the only col lese admitting women at that time desired to speak in one of the Mass achusetts churches The announcement of the address was made by the min ister of the church in the following wordsA wishes to crow like a rooster In this church on Thursday evening Any body liking that kind of music is In vited to attend It seems almost incredible in these days that time was and only half a century ago too when womans activ ity was limited to so small a circle As a means of livelihood she had but three vocations from which to choose housework sewing and teaching and all poorly paid at that Marriage was supposed to be the chief end and aim of her existence This state she sought sometimes as a refuge from greater sideredstn aolalomaid2orNoRwoman except among the Society of Friends could be ordained to preach the gospel The woman physician or lawyer was an unknown quantity The Women Held Aside Their Skirts When Antoinette Brown Blackwell the first woman to graduate In medicine In this country appeared on the streets the women she met held aside their skirts for fear of contamination from so unwomanly a creature The bars of prejudice were high and strong CONSUELO DUCHESS patroness Only the hardiest dared face the dis approval of the public of that day But now the army of stenographers clerks physicians preachers social workers and business women attest the wonderful change in her status Today given capacity training and perse verance there are few If any avenues of legitimate endeavor closed to woman If now and then a few overstep the bounds of discretion and good taste and thereby call down the censure of the better element who knows but that It is the pendulum swinging a little far a rebound from the extremes of former days The real balance will be maintained when woman Is permit ted to express her Individuality and to live her own life A Lullaby Hush baby hush In the west theres a glory With changes of amethyst crimson and gold The Sun goes to bed like the King in a story Told by a poet of old Hush baby hush Theres a wind on the river A sleepy old wind with a volco like a sigh And he sings to the rushes that dream ily quiver Down where the ripples run by Hush baby hush Lambs are drowsily bleating Down in cfiol meadows where daisy buds grow And the echo aweary with all day repeating Has fallen asleep long ago Hush baby hush There are Icatydlds calling Goodnight to each other on every breeze And the sweet baby moon has been falling and falling Till now she is caught in the trees Hush baby hush It Is time you were winging Your way to the land that liesno one knows where It is late baby late Mothers tired with singing Soon she will follow you there Hush baby hush E O COOKE COAL STRIKE PROBABLE AGREEMENT MADE THREE YEARS AGO llETttEEX MLRSLD OPE JtATORS EXPIRES JfEXT APRIL Miners Will Then Demand Eight Hour Day and Recognition of Union Owners Will Vigorously Oppose Charles a Kern With the coming of winter many a householder has calculated upon the probability of a strike In the anthra cite coal regions and wondered wheth er he should take the precaution to lay in a full supply of fuel The day when the provident man laid up great stores for the frozen period of the year filled his larder with good things to eat and his bins with fuel against the inclement weather has departed so far as the cities of this country are concerned Now rich and poor alike the provident and the Improvident look to the merchant to lkeep their lar ders filled Their only providence is In laying up the money with which to purchase supplies when needed It Is this change In the method of providing for the home that has made tfie strike In recent years so terrible to the humble consumer who may live a thousand milts from the scene of the industrial discontent and know nothing of its causes except that which he reads In his dally paper and yet he the principal sullVrer from the shortage of supplies that follows The effectiveness of the strike Is its power to create such a shortage In supplies and to bring the country upon the verge of a famine as bad us a food famine Transportation by1 quickly distributing products over tho world has routed the famine of old that sprang front the failure of crops Now the cessation of labor produces the santo shortage of supply that was formerly produced by the uncontroll able elements The chief protection against the recurrence of strikes has l eon found In agreements made between employers and employes the present agreement i Iin the anthracite coal Hells being effective until April 1st next Until after that date according to the statements of lending labor organization ofliclals there will be no strike as they propose to stand for the Inviola bility of contracts made by any of their affiliated associationsI The good offices of the President of the United States were used with great advantage in bringing about an agreement between the coal opera tots and the miners three years ago so ns to make possible the production of coal The fact Is tho President used only that Indefinite power that nay lie regarded as the Influence of his great office skillfully employed The now twin screw Amerlka which JtarborthevoyagoIsdeep the dimensions and of which would have petrified even the owner of Aladdins lamp had he been able to produce such a result Tho Amerlka Is said to be largest ship ever built for passenger servlco and Is a sister to tho Kalserin Auguste Victoria now In progress of construction Tho Amerlka Is some 700 feet In length 75 feet wide and over 50 feet deep Her capacity is 23000 tons which is something twice tho tonnage of the famous Oregon Captain Clarkes great battle ship which made tho long journey around Horn In time to con tribute to Cerveras defeat Although she is a passenger ship and has for 3400 passen gers and COO crew she has also a cap c In bringing the two sides to tho con troversy together Wields a Great Power Few people understand what nn immense power Is wielded by the President of the United States when that olllce is filled by a of good Judg menu The President by Issuing an Invitation to the men on both sides of the coal controversy under the circum stances that existed three years ago practically forced them to agree to an arbitration oC their differences because had either party to that controversy declined to enter agreement It would have so fully lost public sympathy as to have been eventually driven to surrender wholly to Its opponent In that case the power behind the President was the power of public opinion Not only is public opinion when focussed by so skillful a hand ns that of President Roosevelt capa ble of forcing arbitration but it Is a satisfactory guarantee that the agree ont when made will be fully by both sides to the controversy More Drastic Measures in Reserve Hut while the office of the President with all Its effective although Indefinite power to force compliance was used In that case it Is a well known fact that the President was considering other means for forcing an arbitration had the mine opera tors declined to agree to lay their differenten before a board of arbitra lien The President not only has well defined powers that are constantly exercised mill with which the people are fully acquainted hilt he has other still more Important powers which lie can exercise at his discretion In cases of great Iliiergeiicy sad which It was un derstood at the time of the great an thracite coal strike ho considered using In order to bring relief to the shivering multitudes of the laud lie may do many things for the public good That Is nn indefinite term Mowing It wide Interprclutlon but tthere are mall people who 1 believe that hull the coal strike of 1i02 contin ued a little longer President would have declared martial1 law in the anthracite regions and not only would have thrown troops into that section but would have ordered the mining of the coal and Its distribution to relieve countryPint nnees that have been given to the public the country Is safe from a coal famine at least until April 1st 1000 Then there will be mother meeting between the miners nod the coal operators and the tlghthO11union The recognition of their union will be resisted by the mine owner to the last and while It mms but n sentimental Issue It will be Insisted Upon by the miners and it may event ually bo node the cause of another hrbnr110I strike the public in the last ana sispays all the costs I A NEW SEA GIANT appointments tho over the accommodation man the the ity of 15000 tons of cargo She can carry 2300 steerage passengers but sho has also provision for passengers who have alittle money to spend One of her Imperial suites for a voyage affording accommodation for six peo plo can bo secured for 2500 or an average of about CO a day for each personOne of the novelties of tho Amerlka Is the electric passenger elevator which whisks the passengers up and down be tween the five decks of tho ship A apparatusfoundan established feature of all largo mod ern vessels The Amerlka while not designed It Is stated to be a recordbreaker in speed Is driven by quadruple expansion engines of over 15000 horso power and is scheduled to piako tho trip across in seven days THE HUMAN FLY REMARKAHLE EXPLOIT OF A Trx IXG HAXGER WHO CLIMBS TALL HUILDIXGS Witnessed by Gaping Multitude He Ascended and Descended the Tow ering FlatironWifc and Child ren Among Nervous Spectators There is a man who climbs the outer walls of the highest buildings and who uses neither rope tackle nor scaling ladder This man does not tell of hs daring feats nor has ho a press agent to exploit his dizzy achieve ments Ho performs this work In view of gaping multitudes who cheer and shudder as this man goes up sheer walls digging his tough and nimble c stonelatdllngi other most venturesome acrobatic TilE FLATIRON BUILDING feats The name of this man Is John Garrlck and ho Is called The Human Fly Ills occupation Is hanging and removing awnings To do his work he simply walks up and down tho out side of buildings while other workmen go from story to story by means of the stairway or the elevator John Garrlck before ho took up tho trade of awning hanging was a sailor He followed the sea from boyhood to manhood and during his service on deepsea sailing ships ho learned to climb and cultivated his nerve A few days ngo ho was engaged In removing awnings from the Flatiron otillding In New York Broadway was choked with people watching tho Human Fly at work Incredible as It may seem ho climbed tho sheer wall of that building from pavement to cor nice two hundred and eightysix feet and down again Five years ago Garrlck married Naturally his wife wished him to quit leafaring He got employment as an owning hunger aud in that capacity he by r made Ills climbing skill pay Though married five years his wife has never seen him at his work of scaling the outside of tall buildings until he un dertook the removal of awnings from the windows of the towering Flatiron building Until that time said the lady to a reporter I never saw him aLthe work I knew he was removing awnings from the Flatiron building so I went over to Manhattan to meet him yesterday afternoon and I took our two children Lawrence two and a half years old and Hazel four years old and waited for John In front of the Bartholdl Hotel Of course I never thought John would climb that frightfully tall building I was stand Ing there when one of the workmen who knows me came over and said Your husband will be with you soon hes just coming from the ninth story now I thought he meant John would le coming by the elevator so I didnt to look up Il for there was my husband with his hands on the sill of a window on the ninth story and his toes in the groves between the stones I grow dizzy and wanted to turn away Something held me fascinated though and I watched him coming Ion In a sort of crisscross fashion as quickly as a man would run down your papa and the baby laughed and clapped his hands with Joy He didnt understand the danger but Hazel did and she began to cry I couldnt look any longer and I turned my head away but I could hear the noise of the great crowd that was watching him I looked again thinking he must be on the sidewalk by this time Imagine my horror when I saw he had started climbing upward after I had turned away and was then Just up to the cornice Ho looked like a litllo black fly against the white stone Ho waved one hand and then began to trove down I watched him but sometimes closed my eyes when It seemed that ho had made a misstep The crowd was so groat that when heA i disappear into the maze of mon gath- eredI about THE WEATHER tOECASTS In Spite of Railerics the Government Prophesies Remarkably Accurate Flteen per cent of error said Chief Willis L Moore In an Interview is till record of the Weather Bureau Not only Is this proportion lower than In any foreign bureaus but In ten years not a criticism of its work he adds has come from any commercial mart time or scientific organization Cer tainly If it does what It sets out to do eightyfive times out of a hundred the weather service ought to enjoy rn 1 enviable degree of popular esteem What praise would be showered on a Congress that acted unwisely only 15 per cent of the time In spite of the constant gibes di reeled at tho Weather Bureau there Is undoubtedly among farmers and shippers an underlying sentiment of frlcn illness and confidence It has grown Into a national Joke that tho forecasts aro always wrong Just as Bostoniaru live Invariably on beans and Philadtl phlans are always lethargic But these whimsical articles of faith do not In the least affect anyones practical at titude toward a forecast a Bostonian or a Philadelphian A contributing cause to the railing at tho weather bureau Is tho activity of the longrange prophets Tho su porior usefulness of a forecast for next month over one for tomorrow being manifest even sheer guesswork for tho former period Is preferred by thousands to a scientific determination for the latter Recently a moneyed Indi vidual offered a substantial prize for the best weather prophecy six months ahead If tho Government bureau should try for that aud win Itand It ought to bo ablo to guess as well as anybodyIt would become the most I popular institution In tho country Every reader of this paper should have this I Cut off the coupon and nail to us with Illustrated Ernest Haskell The windowsI TherosI awnI bookI By Eugpne P Lyle Jr Published August 1st 13THTHOUSAND THOUSANDALREADY All Bookstores 100 Missourian I Tho romantic adventures of John DInwiddio Driscoll nicknamed Tho Storm Centre at tho Court of Maximilian in Mexico where his secret mission comes into conflict jwith that of tho beautiful Jacqueline The best romantic American novel of ro ccntyearslIeswhat a realltywroughtby X 4 suggestionSt 4oAswcrvinoly 1 brilliclIIt toryN Y Times Saturday Rovtow tin to VotJ to1 9storytdyN Y Globet4pvvc1o apo v 4 DOUBLEDAY PAGE COoii tjI 1 133137 East i6thSt New York C 9 9r V J It 0 0 II LL i s av ai n- W t r h t n I r u+ + w i I I t ii- t I f f i t i S i f 1 r i A SINGULARf COMBIETM RIDER UAGVARD WEIRD FICTION WRITER MODEL FiRMER AND POLITICAL btCl WIST Makes Official Report on Snlvnton Army Colonization Work Would Direct the Waste Forces of Benevolence f II Rider Haggard Is a mui of gen ius At one time he is writing such impossible creations nsShe and King Solomons Mines calling into play a most vivid imagination and settings in weird and unreal color ings at another time he is actively Buperlntemllng the work on his mag nificent 200acre English farm JIlX the Is studying over souse new imagin alive creation wandering about his home and not speaking to the mem bers of his family for a weekl at a time and again he is making an eco nomic study under a government commission of the social conditions of the poor in America In a short interview with him as he passed through Washington this year on his way west I found that he possessed eminently practical bard sense while the Imaginative streak of his charac ter did not manifest itself in the least and I see now that he has just made his report to the British Secretary of State for the Colonies on his inspection of the three land settlements which Lave been estab lished in California Colorado and Ohio respectively by the American branch of the Salvation Army Colonization Work of Salvation Army At these three points the Salvation Army has established rural settles meats taking worthy pour from the overcrowded cities furnishing them with small tracts of laud sufficient money to gt a start and make homes H RIDEH HAGGARD repayment for tho for their elves cost of which is provided at low rate of interest himself aR Mr haggard expresses extremely well satisild with the re suits Sltiu at the Fort Romie settle ment in California and the Fort Amity settlement in Colorado The Ohio settltfineirt he leaves out of con sideration as it Is principally devoted to tho redemption of Inebriates mill tine carrying out of agricultural expert ments At both Forts Romie and Amity he found the settlers healthy happy hopeful and almost without exception doing well Beginning in nearly every case with nothing in the course of about four years at Fort Ro mie he found these settlers worth about 2000 per head above all their debts nUll liabilities to the Salvation Army and others and at Fort Amity an average of over 1000 a head which ho thinks is more than they could hoe possibly accumulated dur ing the same period as day laborers on the land or in the cities Reason For Wide Encouragement It Is true that although the settlers themselves are doing well the Salvation Army for the reason that unexpected dilllculties In the open lug up of the laud were encounteredI was called upon to pay some 0000 for its experience Mr Haggard de clares however that under nil the ell cumHtnnccs and in the face of the principles demonstrated and the suc leAS won in every other direction this experience has been very cheaply boughtFurther he says I cannot see any cause to fear a repetition of that loss In the future application of these principles It is therefore totally in accurate to sway as has been done widely In press summaries of my re port that these settlements are finan cially u failure Would Systematize Philanthropy- Mr Haggard proposes n scheme I e to combine a judicious use of the public credit with that of what I have called the waste forces of be nevolence and by means of these two levers to lift some of the mass of human misery which demonstrates iUelf in the great tines of civilization to a new level of plenty and content uientHe believes that if settlements are carried out on these lines and espec goodlandauthorities little or nothing there talhieslossuuta M Ancient Adulterations Adulteration laws appear to have been unite as necessary in the good sophisticatedTwentieth teration of feather beds and bolsters had to be provided against October 14 XJ93 is the date of a statute pro hibltlng the sale In English fairs or markets of these articles or of pll lows except they be stuffed with one manner of feathers It expressly denounced the use of such unlawful nnd corrupt stuffs as seaMed feathers or fendown The last sub stance Is the same as cotton grass and was evidently In great demand as o fraudulent substitute in bcdstutllng In the Eighteenth Century again we find complaints of people who bought fen down at a halfpenny a pound and sold it among feathers at sixpence SOUXD ADVICE FOR AWAY The Womans Side of ItConverse of the Proposition That the Wife Should Not Burden Husband With Household Duties Beginning away back with St Paul wu admonished time women to keep silent in tho churches tho socallc weaker sox have been exhorted advised and ridiculed and a long list of conduct of the negative sort mapilsd out beginning with DONT and an equally lengthy array of tho posltlv sort starting with DO And nil this sage advice applies 1In turn to maid and wife debutante and dowagerNow whats sauce for tho goose is sauce for tho gander Why not some advice to men 1 Aro you ono of those men who con tinually leave their personal belong- Ings their hats canes coats or slippers wherever theyve happened last to use themDo you smoke your cigar in the parlor and let the ashes fall wheresooc they will and that too after tho regu tar Friday cleaning And you endeavor to placate your wife with that superior sophistry about cigar ashes seeping out moths Do you bury yourself in tho morning paper ever reading while eating ivhilo ycur v ifo ss silent at the hear jf th able Do you exclaim pi chuckle or swear softly at the latest news without sharing your informa lon with her Do you compliment tho little woman when you are enjoying ono ol our good dinners or do you find fault- If tho morning coffee is just the least bit below standard though the pre ions twantyflvo mornings you have trunk the amber liquid of surpassing excellence Do you notlco the new gown that ms cost her days of thought and effort Or do you say iou women spend a whole lot of unnecessary bought and time upon clothes and hen take your new topcoat back to- the tailor the sixth time because tlit loesnt set just right Do you surprise your wife occa donally by getting seats at the theatre and giving her a surprise party ol two Or do you say Mw go to the matinee if you want to seo tho show Ill go to the ball game Do you tell her of your plans your mock your perplexities Do you hare with her your hopes and fears i Do you let her know of tho real Ute tou lead so many hours each day- Or do you turn her questions with n 1rlcf Women know nothing noout Business It will only worry ou7 Do you sometimes take liar in yom arms and say Little woman you are a good wifea real helpmeet DC ou ever tell her the things you did In- the sweetheart days Or do you let itt go thinking Sho knows that any way The womans field of labor big man Is narrow and circumscribed It IB Bounded ordinarily by tho walls of the house and tho needs of the chill Iren This is her province and she glories in it But know that she Iso longs for contact with time big world for tho mental stimulus that mimes from daily association with men ind affairs for tho joy of recognized compensation for services rendered Because she is your wife because sho has entered Into the domestic life liese things aro denied her Cant you bo generous to the little woman Cant you welcome her into our larger life Cant you make her our real comrade your truo help meet Longest Bring In the World Tho longest bridge in tho world is tho Lion bridge near Sangong China sup orted by over 300 huge stone arches nd extending five and onequarter miles over the arm of the Yellow Sea Ono of the most beautiful of wild ducks with its dark glossy green head rich salmon colored breast and strong ly marked wings Its voracious fish eating habits make tho use less for food and thus an object but little troubled by A largo number of local names such as tho tho sawbill diving goose the w easer have attached them selves to this large handsome swim mer that voids man even I though no would trouble him and that eludes pursuit by tho inpst feats of diving and Eating is tho chief object in lifo for tho who swallows a fish so large that it can not descend into the stomach but must remain in the dis tended throat until digested But this process is so rapid as to always leave tho bird with a vora clous appetite and drive It to deeper ate rashness to secure its prey Swift currents with deep pools where the fish hide and foaming cataracts where they leap are the delight of the whose diving and enable them to take heavy DESTROYING QUEER SUMS OF CAPTURED COUNTERFEITS UP AND BY TIlE GOVERNMENT Coin Stamps and Other In Uncle Sams In Large QuantltlesValuable Counterfeiting Tho of coun terfeit currency coin post ago stamps revenue stamps and other material from counterfeiters by tho secret service lies been ordered by tho of the Treasury The accumulation of this stuff In the treasury Is larger than usual Three clerks in the cash room of tho treasury have been a to see that this queer money is dono away with Every two or three years so much money and counterfeiting tools and implements In the office of Chief Wilkie of the secret service that it is necessary to destroy It The chief notifies the Secretary of the Treasury who issues an order which sends tho coin to the assay office where all the silver and gold Is melted or re duced from the mass run into ingots CHIEF WILInE Of Tho Secret Service and sold while tho rest of the stuff tho base metal such as dies stamps etc Is taken either to the navy yard or to a foundry and there in tho presence of secret service officers who make affidavits of the to the There has not been a housecleaning of this kind since 1902 Valuable Counterfeiting At present tho includes in addition to notes coins postage and revenue stamps valuable and costly type by means of which counterfeiters print the Latin on queer notes inks paints icifls photographic dies molds stamps and other of the art of nicking fictitious money This year a large batch of the John son lIuncock notes will bo burned They are known as tho Hancock 2s They were made by the coun terfeiter Johnson of Detroit and were so nearly perfect that tho government tho issue of this note No doubt many of these are still in and performing the functions of real money A number of notes mado by tho notorious but now reformed will bo Even Pennies Counterfeited- In the store room of tho Secret Service Bureau are many boxes of bad coins Every coin of the United States from cents to 20 gold pieces has been im Hated nickles being found more than silver or copper tho is somo gold coin that has been sweated is an ancient and simple trick long THE MERGANSER WILD DUCK Merganser sportsmen goo- sander shelldrake studiously sportsman remarkable swimming Merganser frequently partially piecemeal Merganser marvelous swimming THE LARGE BURXED MELTED Imitations Accumulate Strong- Box Machinery periodical destruction spurious contraband captured Secretary delegated committee counterfeit accumulate Including destroyed destruction Secretary November Machinery contraband counterfeit numerals apparatus accessories celebrated suspended counterfeits circulation counterfeiter Brockway destroyed counterfeit frequently coinsIn collection Sweating practiced toll from tho finny tribes Cold bas no terrors for these tough creatures and they swim as nimbly in tho Icy rivers of the north as in tho waters of tho Carrlbean They dlvo at a flash and are as difficult to kill as tho water witch itself Only tho most guileless housekeeper will look at any sawbilled duck in market the serrated mandibles Indi eating that tho organ Is used as a fish chopper and fish food never makes good gamo meat The drake is a goregous but vain and selfish bird and immediately deserts the neighborhood when tho six to twelve creamy buff eggs are being hatched All tho domestic duties then fall upon tho devoted mother I once paddled after a brood says Chamber lain in the Nature Library and though several times they were almost within reach of my landing net they eluded every effort to capture them Throughout tho chase tho mother kept close to tho young birds and several times swam across the bow of the ca noe In her efforts to draw my atten non from the brood and to offer her self as a sacrifice for their escape by tho Chinese and presumably Intro duced into this country by them It consists in taking a bag of gold dol lars and shaking them violently aboul for hours at a time time result being that they are taken out badly worn and with a small deposit of gold at tho bot tom of the sack Tho governufcnt also has In its possession numerous counterfeits of for eign currency principally Italian Ger man and Austrian though there is sonia English and French The gov ernment holds that it is as great a crime to falsify or counterfeit lorelgr obligations na it is to counterfeit our ownOno of the features of this curious collection is the number of advertisements so closely resembling money 01 stamps that the government officers de termined to take charge of them CHARGES ADUISSIOX FOR CHARITY European and Diplomatic Gossip James J Van Alan the expatriated American millionaire has taken a hint from the Duke of Westminster whc has for some time past charged all tourists or excursionists who desire tc explore Eaton Hall and spend a day among tho beautiful scenery on his Cheshire estate 12 cents a head Sc great has been tho influx of tourists to Rushton Hall Sir Van Alans his toric place In Northamptonshire dur ing this season that commencing with January 1 ho proposes to follow the Dukes example with a condition slightly changed Tho income derived from tho Dukes visitors is divided among local charities Mr Van Alan will charge a maximum of 25 cents to all visitors from abroad arid Ii cents to excursionist parties other than those who may come from tho county of Northampton to whom tho grounds will bo free on Mondays and Satur days Tho income derived from all sources will be divided between the local infirmary and an institution for social Intercourse and educational im provement which he means to establish in the neighborhood for tho bene lit of workingmen tt is estimated that next yearwhen the house and grounds may be seen at tho best the income derived from this project will not fall far short of 5000 King Leopold of Belgium who is often mentioned as business pat tsar of IhomasI S Walsh of Washington and Colorado possesses considerable real state in the French Riviera His den Ij KING LEOPOLD OF BELGIUM mesnes aro at Vlllefranche sur Mere near Nice They aro called the Col du Cairo and the Passable Both hay been enlarged some few years ago notably tho Passable to which hai been added the whole of tho western side of Cape Forrat In this portion of the newly acquired property a smal port has been constructed for the Kings yacht t Lady Henry Somerset who Is wel known In this country from her great work in tho interest of the temperance movement has a woman footman ia female butler and women in charge other stables Members of reigning families princes as well as princesses of the blood have to obtain permission iron tho sovereign before they can leav tho country They are always expect ed to notify tho monarch when they intend to absent themselves from the town or city where the court happens to bo in residence at tho time The late King Humbert of Italy on one occasion called his niece Duchess Helen of Aosta to severe account lot having left Italy to visit her mother In Franco without previously obtaining his sanction This rule which Viceroy Lord Curzor also introduced in India caused almost open rebellion among a number of th more powerful maharajahs and gaek wars of the empire who on a number of occasions disregarded the Viceroys rule and left the empire not 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PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICAL COMPANY 11th St and Penn Ave Washington D C fJJ A 7- YTII 4 A T r lt a I ai l IiIri IJ i L ir r 1 I Ilor 0 I I I U 1 w 4x t r i S shnrplyTherounder the sun said he in ono shapo or another tho tldo in his affairs which though It may not lead on to fortune nor yet down to ruin proves him shows what is in him brings out anything worth counting that may bo latent in him and exposes his weak nesses too often enough That tldo camo to mo in tho Terrible YearIn 57which found us English folk lit tIe handfuls of us Isolated almost do fenceless facing tho brown millions who for once wero banded together against us by hato and wrath I was an assistant deputy commissioner In a Godforsaken district in India and had been so long alono among tho natives that I could not speak half a dozen sentences of my own language without slipping in a word or two of Persian uponhavingtive life in that district Things wero going forward of which I could not get tho hang Thero was mystery In the air you felt it yet could find to it no key I During thoso months I knew what it Is to be possessed by a demon of fear I told myself that It was all fancy that Asia was playing tho devil with me that I was losing my nerve I was in tho deepest folds of the Dark Valley when Harold camo up into A SEIZED I my district to shoot bringing his wlfo and sister with him I did not know him from Adam and I had not seen a European lady for over three years so I was a bit bothered by tho intrusion I felt shy and awkward In the com gladtotho district where game was plentiful as soon as I could contrive to mako tho necessary arrangements I did not caro much for Harold nor yet for his sis ter but Mrs Harold charmed and fas cinated mo Harold was a oran y sort of beggar and his sister turned up her MrsHarolda woman can be Beautiful with a sort of glory of beauty that yethad in heldhercould see the goodness looking out of her eyesand kind in thought and deedThe Harolds had been gono tt mat tor of some threo weeks when tho news reached mo of tho outbreak down coun try I was sitting ort my veranda smoking my pipe and dreaming when Haji Muhammad Akhbar ono of tho leading natives of tho place camo to mo suddenly out of tho luminous dark ness of tho night Ho was with excitement as ho told mo of tho mutiny of our trc ps down south and of tho rapidity with which too disaf fection was spreading II The disaffection spreadetK fast This very night it is known in our bazaars tomorrow the villages also will know Then perhapswho know eth save Allah tho Merciful the Com SahlblogWmload it also had its beginning nor will ibo tho turn of our women folk to bo mile chattels for tho pleasure of new husbands Ah that word fear left mo and a great wrath alone remained I roso from my chair and in an Instant I gad him by the throat Have a care dog I cried as I shook him to and fro while ho gasped and whined and struggled The Raj of tho Sahiblog Is not yet ended and if blood is to bo let seo that it be not thine In this district I am the Raj of tho English I threw him from mo half stran gled and in a moment he was all ab jectness and entreaty Be gonot I cried spurning him with my foot He gathered himself together and whining excuses dropped back into the darkness When ho had gone I stood for an instant dazed in a world that had of a sudden been shattered about my head I realized tho disproportion of the white mans numbers in India to those of the people of the soil The words which Hajl Muhammad y Akhbar had spoken hinting of the fate that awaited English women In India flashed across my mind and with them tho thought of the one woman In India who matteredof Mrs Harold With that thought came also the necessity for action and when a man Is called upon to act ho is relieved from tho curso of thinking milestoas tho news spread tho lives of Harold and his wife and sister would not bo worth a minutes purchase wenttomare locked tho stables securely behind mo and rodo out Into tho dark new I took a path which soon led mo clear of tho town and directly I was In tho open country I put tho mare Into a hard canter and headed for tho Harolds camp The time for dream Ing and for fear was ended and I knew It The time for action had como and with it a sort of intoxication of recklessness that filled mo with a fierce joy and pride midnightthattrived not without difficulty to arouse Harold I led him away from the tents and told him tho news that had como In You mustnt loso a second I said Tho ono chance of safety lies in Mrs Harold and your sister getting to the fort as soon as may be II And do you seriously believe all this rubbish Harold Inquired stand MUIIAMMADAN BUTCHER THE REIN shaking ing there in his pajamas his face un naturally white in tho moonlight I do I said On no better grounds than mere native gup On that and on a hundred and one things that have gono before and that now have a new meaning I replied Well I dont believe a word of It ho said sneerlngly Well talk it over In the morning he said with a yawn InsolentlyYou sort I said and I could hear my voice vibrat ing with anger You may think I am a coward if you like Im responsible for what happens in this district and by God man you have got to do what I I say 41Ve11 I do think that you are a rather nervous person but well see what my wife says Let mo speak to her please I said As you will ho answered with a shrugWo walked back to tho tent In si lence and presently Mrs Harold came wrappellInYour husband thinks that I am an alarmist I said but I have informa tlon of a general mutiny of our troops down country and I know that the news is true I havo left my post In a moment of extreme emergency In or der to bring you all In to my fort which is the nearest approach to safety that I havo it in my power to offer you Everything depends upon my get tlng back before daybreak and before the natives know that I havo left the place but I wont go without you Will you come now at once Yes she said simply bending those grave true eyes steadily upon mo We will come of course And thank you You havo risked a great deal to como to us wo understand that and we are grateful Of course chimed In Harold grudgingly No doubt you did what you thought right Miss Harold joined her brother in his scofllngs at the news and at its bearer but I cared little enough forfthat I knew the event would prove me right Mrs Harold had thanked meband had shown that she understood asked for nothing more- I rodo at her side during tho whole of the remainder of that night The sense of my proxlmitylo her and myfknowledg of the tact that her must llargely depend upon me upon my efforts upon my wits upon my j courage infused into mo a new en thusiasm and energy and fixed my determination to come out on top or die t solid as a rock Just after daybreak we came to the outskirts of tho town A Muhammadan mendicant in a long green gown was exhorting the people His face livid with excitement and contorted with enthusiasm was straining heavenward and his long white beard flew back over his shoulder as ho poured out a stream of fierce words and Jibs that bit deep 1 into tho hearts of his hearers He was foretelling the downfall of the British Raj I glanced over my shoulder at Har old and I saw that ho had grown white whlto to tho lips and that his tremblingA yelled something in a raucous falsetto voice and I caught tho words at once Your fellows down country have mutinied and killed their officers I cried to Harold Did you hear what that man said God help us God help us ho exclaimed In that samo hoarse tense voice Let us get onto tho fortto tho fort A great strapping Muhammadan a butcher In a red turban leaped from the crowd and seized tho rein of Mrs Harolds horse with ono hand The other hold a meat chopper Tho horse reared I rose In my stirrups raised my loaded riding crop and brought tho butt down full between tho fellows eyes logGet In Gods name and take the ladles with you I layingtho people screaming with fear were tumbling over ono another in their eagerness to get beyond tho reach of my armI a gllmpso of Mrs Har olds face flushed with excitement her eyes flashing with enthusiasm and a sort of fierce delight Oh how splendid of you she cried How splendid and then she and Harold and his sister were off at a gallop up tho hill toward tho fort Harold leading The crowd had fallen back beforo me and I rodo straight at tho Muham madan preacher I hit him as I bad hit tho butcher full between tho eyes and I felt tho bone shatter beneath tho blowYou dogs1 I cried You dogs who daro to bark because fools tell you that tho Raj of tho British is ended get to your kennels like tho whipped curs you are And when sense re turneth to you come to mo at tho fort craving pardon lest I send word to the government of tho wickedness In your hearts and tho hide bo stripped from you in punishment Go And then why then and It brings tears to my eyes when I recall it for they arc men these Muhammadaus of India though like children they be easily led astray or aright as a man may chance to lead them tho crowd- s t up a throaty shout not of rage or defiance but of approval and admira tlon It Is well done cried many voices It is well done and behold our Sahib Is a man Let the Raj stand or fall elsewhere here the Raj and our Sahib are one and see the Sahib stands thingslieswell done- I turned my horso slowly and walked him up the hill to tho fort For me at that moment tho world held only ono thing Mrg Harolds faceand that too said It is well done and I youAfter some anxious times but In the end mlno was ono of the district tht had no mutiny his tory Harolds nerve had been shaken by that scene in tho town and the worst of It was that ho couldnt get it back and that his wife saw It At last It was safe for them to leave in d I thanked God for it though life lidnt seem to offer much to mo when she had gone out of It Anyhow I know it was the only thing for me if I was to avoid making a fool of my elf and shewell she was everything that a woman ought to be Tho evening before they wore to go away I camo upon her sitting In tho veranda of my bungalow wo had moved out of tho fort ages before in splto of Harolds frenzied protests and she began to speak of all sho was pleased to say they owed to me Dont I said It Is I who owe a debtto you It is you who have helped me helped mo to play the man- I dont think you wanted much help to do that sho said very seriously- In a moment we were on our feet facing ono another and her hands were in mine I know then I know now that I might havo kissed her ButIt would havo hurt her Instead I stooped and kissed her hands Goodbye and God keep you I said and turning left her That I know now was my greatest moment of aUa moment that might easily havo been spoiled for her for mo So now instead I havo my memories memories of things done and one priceless memory of a thing left un one and now as I sit here waiting or the end they give mo all I ask of happiness and of contentment Corn ill Magazine Never Wore Pajamas At a function on Main street abash ul young lady was taken In to dinner by an elderly professor who was a bit deaf To start conversation she said Professor do you like bananas Yes my dear lady he answered but I think I prefer the old fashioned nightshirt Had n Strong Breath An Irishman leaned over the coun cr in a jewelry store and said to the clerk Give me one of your best wedding rings Eighteen karats he was asked No sting onions but is it any of your Infernal business AMONG WILD BEASTS HippopotamiEndanger RailwayBuilders Tho building of tho bridge at Vic toria Fulls and the Capo to Cairo Railway has suddenly and necessarily brought a great many people together at this spot where there was previous ly but uu occasional traveler or hunter Besides tho birds and tho butterflies and tho fish the chief living animals wore lions elephants hippopotami crocodiles jackals and hyenas Tho crocodiles wero found to be soi numerousas many as thirty being seen together sometimesthat they havo had to bo killed In great numbers for tho safety of the people at work One giant saurian killed a man and a woman and was Itself killed only af ter seizing another man A native woman was taking water from the river when the crocodile knocked her in with its tall seized her In its hor rid mouth and dragged her away Her husband was close by but was power less to savo her He determined to bo avenged however and for several nights waited in a canoo with a load ed gun He too disappeared and it Is thought the crocodile knocked him out of tho canoo as it had knocked his wife off the bank and taken him to Its holeA week later it got another man but Instead of taking him Into its hole it carried him to an island Hero its victim got hold of tho reeds and strong grass and held on so tightly that the crocodile could not get away with him Of course ho screamed with all his might and a gang of men with crow bars went to rescue him This they succeeded In doing and also In slaying the dangerous monster Theso crocodiles are so ravenous that it is not pos sible even to keep dog with safety and parents living near Lo river are in constant dread of losing their children A Lion Terror One of tlio lions killed had also filled up tho measure of Its Iniquity ero It met Its doom The scene of its depre dations was a naU 3 village some dis tance north of tho Falls The native huts are very slender being built mainly of reeds In such a hut a wo man was sitting when tho lion pushed aside tho door walked In and seized InIcattle and donkeys The lion falling to got Into tho en closure so frightened tho animals with his attempts that they rushed in a hud dled terrified mass from end to end and their weight upon tho palisading outIwhat tho lion wanted for ho had now nothing to do but to take his choice After tho ox ho selected a donkey on his next visit and then a sheep and finally another ox At last tho natives became panic stricken until some white men reassured them telling them they would sit up all night for tho lion and shoot him The lion camo and got away with another ox for tho white men tired with tho watch had fallen asleep However they wore able to track him It was important that having prom ised to kill the lion they should do so for that is the secret of tho white mans power over tho native never to break his word So they set off to the thick bush half a mile away whither the lions tracks led them There they came upon him and killed him with one bullet that entered tho right nos tril This was what big game hunt ers consider a good kill as tho bullet did not disfigure tho lion nor injure his skin Near by was tho carcass of an ox and a little further in tho bush In a sort of tunnel of Impenetrable thorn wero tho gnawed bones tho re mains of somo of his former victims Tame Baby Hippopotamus A young hippopotamus riding on Its mothers back when she was shot was saved and cared for by ono of the men Theso animals aro very danger ous to canoo men for In returning to tho surface to blow they often come up right under tho canoe and upset itt Sometimes they give chaso to canoes and then the native paddlers do all they can to reach tho bank unless a r A JUNGLE FIGHT I so white man with a rifle Is with them Tho baby was thriving very well when last heard of He escaped from his enclosure once but came back very hungry as was evident from the rav enous way in which he applied him self to his food A literary Kicker Charles Lamb once heard a burglar breaking In his house Ho drew on his heavy hunting boots and with a candlo went down stairs and con fronted him in the act of putting the silver from the breakfast table into his bag What are you doing demanded the author I am hungry and was Just getting something to eat hes- Itatingly replied the thief Ttake a Meg of 1lamb stuttered the author as he kicked him down the cellar stairs Another Version Mary had a llttlo mule It followed her one day to school The teacher got behind that mule And hit it with a rule Like a fool And after thatno school A1 COFFEE DOES HURT Make the trial yourselflcavoTof Coffee 10 days and u- sePOSTUM FOOD COFFEE ItTits 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 v may THINK you know but you dont until after the trial Remember Theres a Reason CottheIWIebook Tho Rood to WellsTllle In eachrpke THE RACYCLE SPROCKETSL- ike No 2 Grindstone are Hung Between the Bearings A1 J cCJiEfdc5 A2 l yte Which Stone will Turn Easier TheTRacycIe Rides Further with onequarter less work MIAMI CYCLE HflFC CO MIDDLETOWN OH- IOOLDSMOBILES THE CAR for 1905THAT GOES Highest Workmanship Lowest Prices Cars for Immediate Delivery bids Motor WorksDETROIT MICH International Harvester Co GASOLINE ENGINES When equipped with an I ILC gasoline engine the farm the dairy the mill tho threshing machine or the husker and shredder can be operated more economically than with any other power Farmers who have water to pump wood to saw feed to and or corn to shell can do this work at a minimum cost with I II C engines I H C HORIZONTAL ENGINE- I H C gasoline engines are mado in tho following sizes 23 and 5 R statioaary WRITE FOR GASOLINE ENGINE BOOKLET T International Harvester Co of AmericaIncorporated 7 Monroe Street Chicago III USA r I I I t 0 I f I I i f 1 t I t 1- N c J IIco d Z JI Y d 1 W r F Id THE f and Branch of GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL Tho grapo Is tho poor mans fruit especially one who hns only a house lot of the smallest possible dimensions He can plant vines beside his cottage and their roots will extend and profitably occupy every Inch of underneath It and from that small space produce all the fruit his family can consume while the vines afford shade and protection nnd add beauty to his little home occupying no epace either above or below the ground to Interfere with other interests and producing more andIattentionthanewith less 1 labor that was ever planted All of which is charming In truth the phylloxera or the downy mildew or the aphis or the dry rot be come to vIne or the chickens or small boys of the neigh borhood steal all the grapes just as they are getting ripe Chickens however should be kept In pens and If every small boys father had a grape vine which furnished all the fruit his family could consume there would be no Incentive to pillage the neighbors vines As for the downy mildew and the other ailments to which civilized grape Seedless GrapesFrom Vine Largest Grape lVine in the World- SantaBarbara AMERICAN GRAPE INDUSTRY- A Great Increasing Horticulture ground anything unless appurtenances California vines are heir horticultural investigations have shown that they can be com batted wtli comparative ease by spray Ing and rot not only prevented but the vine stimulated to even greater than normal production- As a matter of fact tho grapoIn dustry In the United States when con sidered both as a largo commercial proposition and as one where each man has his own vine if not fig tree Is one of a great deal of importanco nnd of great Interest Count Their ARC by Centuries Although the product of its fruit Is accountable for much that Is unseemly and frivolous the vine Is itself an object of great age and dignity It is not known how old the grape will grow in America since we have not been hero long enough to make the test even had a vine been planted with the landing of Columbus Pliny mentions an Old World grape vine 600 years of age Some entire vineyards in Italy held good for 300 years and others in Bur gundy produced for 400 years and more PACKING CONCORD GRAPES LAKE KEUKA NEW YORK These were cultivated vines Doubt less native vines grow to much great eragesThe viticulturist of tho Department of Agriculture George C Husmann states that he has never seen a vine among the endless number of natives abounding in our forests that has diet1 from the effects of age Some old grape vInes grow to immense size There is a will grape vine on the shores of Mo bile Bay under which Andrew Jackson twice pitched his tent in his cam paigns against the Seminoles which has a circumference of over six feet with a supposed age of about 100 years The Size of a Great Tree The largest known grape vine In the world was planted in California in 1842 It has made a phenomenal growth Beneath its spreading branches whIch cover nearly half an acre 800 persons can find protection from tho suns heat It bears from six to ten tons of grapes for a crop and the cir cumference of Its trunk Is eight feet While the wine Industry Is by far the most Important feature of grape growing enormous quantities of table grapes are raised and by means of Im proved transportation facilities sent to all parts of the country Tho Con cords the Delawares and the Niagaras come from the North the Scuppernongs from the South and the Flame Tokays and other sugary raisin grapes from the Pacific coast The last census reported 12 States having in bearing over 2000000 vines each California being first with 90 000000 vines New York second with 30000000 Ohio third with 14000000 and Kansas Michigan Pennsylvania Missouri Oklahoma Illinois Indiana Georgia and Iowa with 5000000 or less each California alone had a quarter of a million acres In vineyards with an annual production of 30000000 gallons of wine The Investment represented in that State alone is estimated at 85 000000 Wine Tank as Big as a House The writer once climbed to the top of a single cask at Fresno California which contained 96000 gallons of port wine There are hundreds of caska throughout the State with a capacity of 50000 gallons each The annual raisin production of California amounts to about 90000000 pounds while about 25000000 pounds of these raisin grapes are shipped East every year as table grapesLast year the Chautauqua district in New York produced 600000 gallons of unfermented grape Juice These figures give some idea of our I grape Industry which while It Is only about 50 years old Is small as com pared to that of the world whose an nual production Is over 4000000000 gallons of wine ti Other products of the grape are rais Insan enormous industry In itself brandy vinegar grape syrup a very plcl1csjelliesImportantbyprorluctq produced from the pomace also acetic acid The seeds are separated from the pomace and fed to stock tho same as grain Ground up they are used as u substitute for coffee A high grade oil producedfromthings snake superior soap They also yield tannin Mr Husmann estimates that if all the wastes of the grape crop were utilized extra returns would increase its value fully 10 per cent which with our present grape production to tho value of abcut 15000000 would mean an ad ditional earning of a million and a half and this with our vIticultural Industry as yet In its infancy Feeding Olco to the Navy Considerable of a sensation has de LeagueIslandter which analysis has proven to be simply oleomargarine colored with coal tar dye Samples were taken from the government receiving ship Lancaster several battle ships and cruisers and from the hospitals of the navy yard by agents of the Pennsylvania Dairy and Food Commission Dr Warren the State Commissioner declared them to be specimens of coal tar oleo and after considerable controversy at tho in stance of President Roosevelt they were finally submitted to Dr Wiley the chief chemist of tho Department of Ag riculture who In a full report has sus tained Dr Warrens findings Secretary Wilson has referred tie report to tho President who has It is stated called the attention of the Department of Justice to the matter Several ar rests have already been made In Bpealclng however of the substi tution of oleomargarine for butter in the market Dr Wiley said that at pres ent the amount of oleomargarine sold in this country whether fraudulently as butter or when marked as oleo is quite small The government has ren dered the making and sale of tho stuff unprofitable by levying 10 cents a pound on all that is artificially colored and half a cent on the uncolored Foreigners Refuse Colored Butters Coal tar dyes said Dr Wiley are not fatally harmful though by nc means wholesome and dairymen are permitted under the law to use such coloring matter to impart to their but ter a rich yellow color To render this unnecessary tho Department of Agri culture is now trying to educate the popular taste in favor of uncolored but ter and we are making some headway Over in Europe ono never encounters colored butter in any of the hotels or first class markets The people ther have learned to distrust it We are coming to this in tho United States Today firstclass hotels and fancy gro cedes will not buy butter that has a high color Our epicures and those that live well are also fighting shy of beIginning to realize that tho bottle coal tar dye Is no longer a necessary adjunct to a successful dairy John Adams was the author of the motto E Pluribus Unum lacnasioR WcallU in the West In commenting on tho need which has hitherto manifested Itself In the West for calling upon Eastern money centers for funds with which to move Western crops a Now York financial letter states that with conditions as they were ten years ago the present record breaking crop would have strained the capacity of the New York financial centers to the utmost to fur nish sufficient funds So greatly how ever has the wealth of the West in creased and so large are the surplus reserves of the farmers that even with crops so stupendous as to amaze Eu rope New York financiers have been hardly inconvenienced by the demands for funds In a not distant future It Is predicted tho West of the Mississippi Valley and of tho Missouri Valley as well will be found exclusively lending SCUPPERNONG WINERY NORTH CAROLINA- or advancing money with which to move the crops that are grown in the remoter regions of the Southwest or the distant Northwest No expert can estimate accurately the gains that will como this year to the farmers tho surplus that will bo left for them after paying expenses which represents their profits Some of tho most experienced experts have ventured to estimate that the farmers of tho United States this year as a whole will find themselves to the good by not less than 300000000 and possibly 100 OlOOOO These are the gains as well as tliosot which tho great transportation companies expect to receive for carry in the agricultural products from the harvest fields to the market to which Mr Vanderlip referred In his address to the National Bankers Association at Washington Tho United States as a whole ought to be richer by reason of the years Industry agricultural and manufacturing hind transportation by an amount considerably In excess of a thousand millions GASOLIXE POWER EXCISES Constitutes Great Saving In Horse and Man Power Have Come Into General Use on Many Prosperous Farms and Homes Inexpensive reliable power on the farm and around the home is becom ing more and more desirable these days when unskilled labor is so high and hard to procure Gasoline engines which when started practically take care of themselves are rapidly sup planting steam engines and horse power tho operation of which requires constant attention Tho difference in tho cost of operating and the advantage of starting at a moments notice has ad vanced the popularity of gasoline en gines where comparatively small power is required in contrast with other power devices A few years ago we heard but little about gasoline engines for use on the farms while today wo find many of them on uptodate farms and small business plants This growing Inter est has been brought about largely through tho improvements that have A GRAPE BYPRODUCT FACTORY been made by manufacturers during lute years in simplifying the working parts of tho engines so that the aver age man can operate them with the case of an expert As a matter of fact a bright boy can handle a modern gas teachingTakea gasoline engine and let him start and stop ono a few times and study some of the principles of operating it and in a few trays he will become as familiar with Its workings as he would with a team of horses or a treadmill The general usefulness of a machine apparentTherofeed to grind corn to shell water to thingsthatgine at small expense CHICKENS AS GARDENERS Can Be Taught to Pull Weeds and Harvest Grain- I see as how a scientific perfesser has trained a yaller dorg to count ten an answer fool questions said the hired man to the tourist Wy that aint nothln I knows an old feller back yere in th Valley what beats that all to flinders Began raisin chickens when he was a boy I seen some Bantams he had no blggern fleas an game birds what cd step over a sixfoot fence But that aint uothln Last time I was down t his place he had a hunderdacre farm an bout ten thousand chickens an was raisin truck for early northern markets Powerful big chickens they was an he had cm trained sos theyd work his farm for him They wasnt a weed nur a blade o grass In that whole farm cepu In the pastures An bugs wy they cudnt a tater bug nur a cut worm nur even a cabbage flea get a foot inside o that farm afore a chicken had 1m An that wasnt all Them chickens cd see at night Guess he must a crossed em with owls Anyways he never worried none bout early frost If twns cold in the spring them chickens was out all night coverln up tomatoes an beans an evythln tender Jest squat over tho plants with their wings spread out an set there till sun up He had anybody he planted his beets en turnips en passnlps he sowed em powerful thick an as soon as theyd get up bout right size them chickens come along an thin em out jest right Fine eatln for em too An tween times they was going up an down the rows all day long scrntchln up the dirt an parflctIn his ban from one year end to an other An lay Gee whiz I Them hens was the stlddlest layers I ever see But they didnt use no nests Jest laid in reglar egg crates An fast as one layer was full the hens In charge o the layin house d grab up a now frame an drop it in the crate I see em fill sixtyodd crates o eggs in one forenoon But that aint nothln Them hens was so big an powerful they cd do almost as much as a hired man I see a wagon full o seed wheat come along past his house An there was a little hole in tho wagon an the wheat was a ruunlii out all along tho road Well sir that feller jest drove bout five hundred chickens out in the road and put down a lot o sacks an they went to pickln up that seed wheat tittersTheyIm8ho1Inwas thee roosters a holdln each sack an when a sack was full theyd upaginnnotherThey netherbIgroostersspurs In the fall an had em cuttln bettern cornknlte reglarnotWnWy tourIsthad Chinese It Cash tothoreformverybrightend which have been made There are a number of Influential elements pre venting the change which nations do Ing business in China have asked profitbythe same kind of coins In 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JamlyraCttsc Aonewonde very poor taking D- raadPevori x Uealth and Por sf o stalling in that celebr a bfec t Cl rR I t aa 0 V f J L a t4 jhe Breckenridge News DNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 Only Five Shiners Give Bond Details of Capture in Ilardin rief mention was made in last eks News of tho capture of eleven alleged moonshiners and spud sellors the southwestern corner of Unrdin jjnnty near the Brckenrldge county IBO by United States Deputy Marshal alT Nichols of Owenaboto and as Instants on Sunday night October 2U Sis assistants were Deputy United tates Marshal T J Uundiff of Bowling Ureon and T J Parrott of the secret service Edward Uiohaidson John Horn Ben Howard Robert Willis and Steven Gregory were tried before the com Sissionur at Leltchfleld last week and f ere admitted t3 bail in the sum of 500 each The others being uilablo to give bond were taken to Louisville and placed in jail The names of the other prisoners are John Bud Alonzo and McUlellan McUnfiin who are brothers Bind Sizes and Lee Small wood Tho men were approocnea by the oflTcers while they WHO sitting around an Illicit still which was in a ravine They surrendered without resistance I had a lively time with McClellnn McGuflln said C ndlffIAfter having him in custody Le ran away jthrough a thicket and I chased him six miles I reached his home not more than thirty seconds after he did I was behind a tree and saw him slip into hin barn He was saddling a horse when I stepped up and leveled a surronderedThe illicit still was operated in the southwestern pait of Hardin county While eleven men were arrested it is behoved that only one or two wero engaged in operating the still The othoia were at the still and it is charged that they had been selling liquor without paying the special tax The Exact Thing Required for Constipation As a certain purgative and stom ach purifier Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to be the exact thing required strong enough for the most robust yet wild enough and safe for children and without that terrible griping so common to most purga tives say R S Webster Co a Ontario Canada For sale by bimt S HaynesCloverport Lincoln The Lawyer Frederic Trevor Hill the author ot The Accomplice tThe Case and Exceptions and other books Ijas just completedlwotk on a series of articles to be called Lincoln the Lawyer which Tho Century will print be ginning in December Notwithstand ing the fact that Lincolns practice as a lawyer extended over twentyfour years his achievement as a statesman so transcended his legal accomplish ment that his chief biographers have necessarily given but brief space to is experience as a lawyer Mr Hills irticlefl are largely bassd upon the ox amination of court records and other personal investigations in the old Eighth Illinois Circuit over which Lincoln traveled Mr Hill has had the assistance of Robert T Lincoln Robert R Hitt Judge Lawrence Wel don and many members of the bar and officers of the Illinois Historical Society No joy or pleasure on this earth quite equals that which comes into the home when baby arrives Who can describe th ha piness of man and woman joined in lock as they look Upon the t cte mite that is blood of their blood and flesh of their flesh And who can hopelessness and dejection about the home where the depicliepable of becoming a mother proceeds from some derange meet of tie distinctly feminine organs Many of thfc common ailments known as female troubles cause it Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription overcomes barren new by stamping out diseases of women and by healing and curing ulceration It tones up the system stops drains and restores strength During gestation it modifies morning sickness gives elastic ity to the overstrained parts concerned makes the hour of babys coming short and almost painless and gives wonderful recuperative power to the patient By making the mother strong and cheerful It makes the little one healthy vigorous and good natured Insist upon the medicine dealer giving you Dr 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farmJudge Adairs wild west show will be a stool company and people are al ready clamoring for shares It has al ready been proved that there will be no trouble in getting together suffici ent money to finance it beyond the aanger line and experts are now work ing out a complete system for every department A liquid cold cure and the only Cough Syrup which moves the bowels works all cold out ot the systemis Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar Clears the head and throat and makes weak lunge strong Best for Croup Whoop ing Cough oto Children love it Sold by all druggists Post Card Idea Popular Here That tho post card idea is becoming popular here is evidenced by the ready sale a largo lot of them has been meet ing with at the News office The first lot printed 200 was exhausted in u few days and a second lot was print ed last week to supply the demand which steadily increased The post cards on sale at tne News office have views of Clovorport looking west and looking east I and are done in red on white pink and blue cards But few ppoplo aro entirely tree from indigestion at this season of the year Kodol Dyspepsia tare is not only the best remedy to use because it digests what you eat but because it also enables the digestive apparatus to as similate and transform nil foods into tissuebuilding blood Kodol relieves sour stomach heart burn belching and all forms of Indigestion Sold by illt Druggists River Improvements Slow The Pittsburg Gazette says If it tikes thirty years to build two dams and start a halt dozen more resulting- in tho practicable and available improvement ot less than twentyfive milesof river new long will it take to build fiftythree dams and effect ually imprcve the entire 1030 miles of river between Pittsburg and Cairo It is possible that some government in the dim and distant past invented the proverb The more hurry tho less speed At any rate it seems to be- An accepted motto in till conduct of government work in all nations and particularly is this so as regards the United States in the matter of river improvements It was in 1825 that the irstsystem of improvement of the Ohio river was suggested by Captain Dnttonof the United States engineers 3e outlined a plan for dredging the rivor removing tho sand bars etc and contining the channel in wide itretohes of the river by means of diKes and by closing up duplicate b nnels with low dams So far as it went the plan proposed was u good one But even it has never been earned out Government dreago boats and government contractors have been tinkering along tho great stream for eighty years and tho work they set out to do is not yet half completed Family of Giants Arrested In Recent Moonshine Raid Owensboro Ky Nov 2Deputy United States Marshal Nichols returned last night from Louisville bring ing with him James Langlby and Tomes Hampton Botn are accused of selling liquor without a license They were committed to jail here to await trial at the November term of court which will convene here on November 27 The raid or rather the series of raids of Marshal Nichols which have just been closed have been the most laborious and successful he has undertaken In all fourteen prisoners were captured in Fardin Brecken ridge and Grayson counties this time Of theso nine wore moonshiners and the other five were caught for selling without a license Four of them boar the name of McGuflin and thev are noted for their great size varying from six feet six inches to six feet ten inches Three of them are brothers and the other is a cousin All of tho fourteen tire married men and they were all taKen without a cross word being spoken except by their wives Most of the men leave families and all are exceedingly poor Even the pris oners Marshal Nichols finds it noces sary to provide with clothing S A Pate Takes Partner- S A Pate has taken WH Carman or Hardinsbnrgas partner in the West Point Flouring MmWest Point cor llizabethtown News NEW WINTER RESORT SEASON 19051906 The Beautiful Sapphire Country To the man whoso imagination is fed with facts and fortified with oh sorvation the son hern portion ot the United State will always seem the favorite child of Omnipotence and its handmaiden Nature Practically every resource that ministers to the wealth and greatness of a people has been lavishly placed within its borders Though the Creator of this full tosr wed magnificence dwells neither here nor there but everywhere w like in all reverence to call these Sontnorn States indeed Gods country One who knows the South real Izes low atter material gifts had been so generously bestowed the designing power completed its work by dotting it liberally with thoso imperative auxiliaries ot moaorn civilization resorts summer and winter In the case of the South these resorts have proven not only protectors for our peoples health they are adding now and they will add substantially in the future to our actual wealth The Florida resorts need no detailed eulogy at this date They have won already thousands of weallthy Northern ers anti Southerners from the lure of the European spa or the call of tin Riviera A more wonderful conquest and one which should interest the entire South is that of the radiant Sapphire country that Eden of the North Carolina mountains with which the word Toxnwnv has become in spaiably identified Its beauties and its healthcompelling qualities have been open to civilization tor only a few years relatively yet Toxaway means to a host of Southern and North ern people tu day reception and recup eration under conditions us ideal an can be arranged by the cOlartrHr hip of man and Nature The six hotels under the management ol the Toxawwy Hotel Company with Mr J U Burrows at its head have been insturmental in this lapid achievement Tho Sapphire country itself has done the rest Tho hostelries have been artfully located getting the wide benefits which come from altitudes ranging from 2a50 to 4780 foot The farreaching estate ot Toxaway com prises ill 000 acres in which are more than seventyfive miles of brook and river fishing yielding the gamest of game trout In the rugged recesses of the estate there are dell wild turkey and ruffed grouse with bears hero and there and occasionally quail The three lakes like plummeting sapphires splashed down in the heart of till mountains with the winding forest roads cronto Indelhble iuipressiots of the place With till opening of till winter season Toxaway muthe greatest of all till Toxaway resorts announces itself ready for business for till ap proaching season after having coot pleted tho most srccessful summer season Known in the history of Southern resOl ts From this time on this institution becomes tot only n summer but a winter resort appealing to the South in the summer lout to the north in winter It is on tho direct line of travel from eastern and western points of Florida and Manager Bnrrowes has made every arrangement to catch the business ab it goes to and comes from Florida And it is safe to say that those who stop to take in the beauties of the Toxaway country will be amply com pensated for in the matter of scenic attractions there is nothing like it this side of tho Rocky MountainsConstitution Atlanta Ga Oct 1 Ii05 Notice Your Waller Did you wait on me asked the man at the corner table No sir said the tall waiter Then who did grumbled the corner pan I dont know sir was the reply Youd better ash the heath waiter Time corner mUll did ask but the chief of the stall was no wiser than lily as sistant What kind of looking man wan her he asked How should I know stormed the hungry diner I didnt come hero to make a study of waiters faces 1 came to get something to eat and If somebody doesnt hurry up The head waiter stepped aside too soon to hear the rest of the complaint Ho Is like ninetynine out of a hun dred men that dine out he remarked None of them knows his waiter There would bo much less confusion If people would be n little more ob serving limy man can take a peep at his waiter without loss of dignity However few do and as a consequence they hull every man that passes with the query Are you the fellow that waited on timeNew York Post CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- 8lgnatnro 4of V Green Old ARC A green old iifji Is n phrase often grossly abused It Is a literal transla tlon of VlrjjUH description of Charon the ferryman of the nether regions The poet speaks of him as Jam senior Bed crude deo vlrldlsquo seaertu somewhat used lint his podshlps old ago WHS still fresh mid great This wo might say of n hale Hcxagonarlan but to tall as wo do of the green ell ago of n nonagenarian however let k Is sheer nonsense Tin Art of DnlnK Nothing There Is a side of life for which nu preparation at all Is made No life Is or can be one of unremitting work Sooner or Inlet every one hits a day off and In nine cases out of ten has never been taught how to use It In the schools of our Utopia there will be professors of the great art of doing nothing of sitting on a gate Lon don Saturday Review A IMcnnniit Freak I just peeped Into the parlor as I passed said Mr Phamley and I saw quite a freak of nature Why ISertha Is there with her young than Yes I saw two heads on one pair nf shoulders Cheer Ilt pnrtee All oillcer of the United States army tells of a young woman In a crowded street car who when a young man stood up to give her a sent exclaimed Youre a Jewel On time contrary the young man replied I am n jewel er I set the jewel No ilesvs Mrs Oiishlnglon I suppose now that you have icon abroad you have your own views of foreign life Mrs Jsewrlch No we aint got no views Ve didnt take no camera Its so rout 111011 LOWEST SPECIAL- HOMESEEKERS RATES EVER HADE TO OKLAHOMAINDIAN TERRITORY TEAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry 00 TilE HENDERSON ROUTE In connection with all other routes Tickets on sale November 7th and 14th December 5th and 19th All tickets will bear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale OWN A HOME Where land is cheap and returns from it certain For rate and information inquire of I I J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louistillc Ky J II GALLAGHER raiding Passenger Agent 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly CourierJournal Henry attersons paper wants to share time profits of this prosperous year with its 111lWeJlt100 to f20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 511 3 timid iO andsixteen pre sents of 30 and 2010 be given in the slates of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair ant simple Write to the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the weekly Courier Journal giving full details It will be sent free Cheaper Rates Southwest Less than oneway tare for thl round trip on Oct U and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Dec G and 10 Tc punts in the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis and Cotton Belt Route You can afford to go now nearly as cheap traveling as staying at home Write for maps and literature on Southeast Missouri Arkansas North west Louisiana Texas Also cost of tickets time of trains etc l 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati O EW LaBEAUME GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route GASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years IITHE ws S 1 LiyUi I 1 I IIfirst In pays usually Its its Aid DEATH CLAIMS PAID IN THE I In Ifloo Ii per In HKl JKJ per IIn IKVJ IS per In 1S0 S P5 pet c I In IJiUl1 tlK5 per Inly lHUf Us leer I THERE CLAIMS PAID PAID WERE ONE ONLY REMAINED UNPAID CASIORIAlarge Whoro claims aro ately it is usually the part of the mitting complete First In Its Payments For many years paid a larger f thorn any other In 1000 I In 1101 In UOL H In uloa H In 1901 FIRST Assets Surplus Liabilities IN Ratio of Assets to HENRY JJi Equitable POWELL For fuli as to now sentative at or Buy Land in Oklahoma L B Moremunot Irvington accom panied by H H Anderson of Louis vile was here this week and pnr chased over 120 acres of land close in Mr Moreman hind his name addea to our list These gentlemen have a large amount of capital stud will do all in their power to make Medford and Grant county known to tho out side world We welcome them and all others who may cast their lot in the best located town in the best count ofI the Territory Medford Okla istar Dr L B Moroman ot Irvington end H H Anderson of Louisville Ky in company with Immigration Agent Diikinsbeets ot Enid were Medford visitors tho first of the week They were looking over Oklahoma for investments and that they thought tie about the right place was evidenced by thoir actions Pntl tot Medford Okla Officers Prevent Some Pranks The local small boy had his inning on Halloween night bat not on ae For Infants and Children the H Ffl WITHIN particulars CLOVERPORT elisions on account ot the presence on the streets of two extra marshals O B Mattingly and Horace Newton livery ounce of food you eat that fails to aigest does a pound of harm It turns the entire meal into poison This not only deprives the blood ot the necessary tissue building material but it poisons itKodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect digestant It digusts tho food regardless ot the condition of tho stomach It allows that organ to rest and get strong again Relieves Belching Heart Burn Sour Stonmch Indigestion Palpitation of the Hearst etc Sold by all Druggists r Apple Blossoms in November jC W Moorman was out on fnrhnoar town Thursday and r turned with an applo blossom There were two blossoms on the tree and he brought back the best formed and most healthy looking one Just a small corner of the blossom was blighted by frost An apple blossom in November in this section is consid ed a rarity L 41 ill J r Axr at i i I I 1 i The Breckenridge News n u u m WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1005 L CHENAULT J U BrolIl who has been very ill of appendicitis is improving J F Jarooe was at Haidinsnirg the first of last week on business Miss Roberta Brodie who has been visiting trierds in Hardinsburg has returned homo The Halloween party given at the home of Misses Ulura nnd Flora lord was quite a success Mary Hayden oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Ansluui Hayden died last week of dropsy- M and Mrs Fonnio Rhodes ot Brandenburg have been visiting friends and relatives here L 1 Mitchell and daughter Mrs Jennie Mogan of Holt came up reo Gently to see J C Brodie Harry Cunningham has tone to Louisiana where ho will accept a position on a sugar plantation Will Gardiner of Irvington was over to see his twins who are with their grandparents Mr and Mrs G B Cunningham nCQUADY Revival service began at the Baptist church last week Len Taul has returned from a busi ness trip to Louisville Scott Patterson of Clovorport has been visiting friends here Miss Artie Pate has accepted u posi M on HS clerk with Taul Bates Co Eugene McCabe and wife of Gray tOp county have been visiting his sister Mrs I L Lynch Mr and MrsVissie Pottsof Clover port have been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J D Potts Lyons Bro are building an addi tion to their store and will soon put in a large stock of fall goods Mrs Lena MoAllester of Beard Ky who his been visiting Dr and Mrs1 A Sandhach has leturned homeMrs Mary Moorman and Miss Ratio Draypur of Henderson have returned home after a visit to Mra Fohx Ask ins Nature needs only a Littlo Early Riser now and then tc keep the bowels clean the liver active and the system free from bile headaches constipation ate The famous littlo pills Early Risers are pleasant in effect and per tact in action They never gripe or sicken but tones and strengthen the liver and Kidneys Sold by all Drug gistsi BIG SPRING H Meyer was in Louisville last weeKW H Doran is building his blacK amith shop- Protracted meeting began at the Baptist church list week Mrs Sallie Uarksofi has sold tier farm hero to11 J Burnett Rev Russell has been conducting a protracted meeting at Maya Grove Mrs John D Mondor was in Louis villo last week visiting her parents Miss Ueorgie Harrell of Cecilia has beta visiting Miss 7elma Strother A rural tree dull very route will be established between here mud Vine Grove about January s Mrp John H Meaner haw returned troth a visit to her laughter Mrs T1 C Williams at West Point Mrs Sallle CluiKeon who has Been visiting her daughter Mrs W II ytrother has returned to her home in JSIizabiithtown The appearance of the Methodist church has htll greatly improved oy the addition of tno vestibule and the interior being repainted and papered DUKES Miss V eatress Newbury is qulto ill Ayers What are your Friends saying about you That your gray hair makes you look old And yet you are not forty Postpone this looking old Hair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied Ayer lair Vigor reMoiecl the natural color iileaied to liieallpoueltlnfurIt am greatly 211m J1 VAflIKDAU DlochautceVllle y 2100 a bottle T O AVER CO drum forinwwe111a Dark Hair HANDS CRACKED AND PEELED Suffered for One YearWater Caused Agony Heat Intense Pain Grew Worse Under Doctors Could Not Do Any Housework ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA About a year ago my hands began to crack and peel I tried many reme dies but they grew worse all the time At last they be came so sore that impossiblefor housework If I put my bands in water I was in agony for hours and if I tried to 1 COOK over the stove the heat caused intense pain I consulted a doctor but his prescriptions were utterly useless 1 gave him up and tried another but without the least satisfaction About 6iweeks ngo I got my first relief when I purchased Cuticura Soap and Ointment After using them for u week I found to my great delight that my hands were beginning to feel much better the deep cracks began to heal up and stop running and today my hands are entirely well the one cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment being all that I used signed Mrs Minnie Drew 18 Dana St Roxbury Mass ONE NIGHT1 TREATMENT- For Sore Hands and Feet with Cuticura Soak the hands or feet ou retiring in a strong hot creamy lather of Cuticura Soap Dry and anoint freely with CuticuraOintment the great skin cure Wear on the hands during the night old loose gloves or bandage the feet lightly in old soft cotton or linen Cutirura Sop Olntmrnt and Pllli are M lil throughout the world 1ottrr Drug 4 Chun Iurp Sole Irgrltmtuu- i1 Seat for How to Cure llchlug ricmtjr Humori J H Basham took a load of wheat to Cloverport Thursday Several of the tarmers around here have sold their tobacco Thos Sapp of Louisville visited friends and relatives here last week Mrs Ellen Basham visited her son Harvey Baahnm at Goering atarI dayMies Ina Johnson visited her cousin Mis Gracie Bcavin Saturday and Sunday lr and Mrs Chas Burns were the guests of Mr and Mrs Uhas Johnson Saturday Johnnie Johnson Bennie and Bud Basham attended the singing school at Patesvillt Saturday night Misses Eiilah Lynch and Tula Lamb of Patesville were the guests of Mrs lack Tindle Saturday Mrs lion Powers and little daugh ter Virgin were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs L Newbury several days last week Mrs Fronis Basham and sisterin law Miss Peail Basliam were the guests of Mr and Mrs Harvey Bas ham at Goering Thursday on1FloYl1visiting friends and relatives here for sometime returned home Monda- yRAYMOND Juries Avitt spent Saturday night and Sunday at Rhodelia Roscoe Hendry come home Saturday night to remain several days Mrs Hiyden Basset spent one tiny last WOOK with her mother Mrs Thomas HallE A Cashman and Otto Mercer attended a box supper ai Rhodelia Sat ulday night Will Squired came up horn DuviesaI county Friday to be with his father a few days Mrs Mollie Ater and daughter Miss Gertrude and Mrs Jess Knott wereI in Brandenburg last weeK shopping Rev E B English filled his regular appointment Saturday but on account of the rain there was no preaching Sunday IHYSTIC S 11rBanc has shipped two hogsheads of tobacco Herbert Haddock of Clifton Mills liar returned home fron California Frank Macy has returned hom c from West Virginia after a stay ofabout a year Mrs tl Ill Fitch and son of Cloverport have been visiting herl brother 1rKeys Wcslie Bryant of Guston is ex pected to move u saw mill to tlli neighborhood this week The protracted meeting at Walnut Grove church closed Sunday with seven or eight additions Mrs Leo Shaw of Lodiburg visited her mother Mrs B H Beauchamp the first of last week lludly- IRVINGTON John Gardner of Union Star was hero Friday U V Robertson of Haidinsburg was in town Friday Miss May Claycomb of Louisville is at home for a few days Mr and Mrs F H MoGenee were in Louisville last week shopping- D S Henry returned Wednesday to Ins home in Chattanooga Penn J M Herndon returned Thursday from a three weeks trip to OKlahoma Mrs Barnie Gilllland and son Joe left Friday for their nome in Nash villeMrs Fidelia Galloway returned Sunday from a visit to her son in Lou isvilleMiss Lizzio Fisher has returned to her hone at Ulendeaneiiftera length v visit to her aunt Miss Rachel Aiudd is in tiouisville visiting her sister Miss Iva Mudd for an indefinite stay Miss Mary Hale hoe returned to her home in Cloverport after a visit to relatives and friends here W D Smith of West View was the guest of his brother E B Smith for a few days of Ilast week R E Woods and Mr Hardwick of Louisville were the guests of D C Heron Saturday and Sunday Miss Edith Marshall wits the guest of Miss Jennie Green last Friday and Saturday at halls of Rough Dr A M Hardaway will be at Irvington week beginning November 27 for the practice of dentistry Miss Mary Marshall anti John Moore of Louisville spent Sunday the guests of Miss Edith Marshall Dock Chapin of Cloverport has moved his family here and rented the cottage owned by Mrs Galloway Little Eunice Simmons and cousin Alll no Cowley returned Monday from a visit to relatives at Clovoruort Claude Prnbertonof Elizabothtown has purchased of Taylor Dowell Son four mules and one horse for 770 Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham of Cnenault are with their daughter Mrs Will Gardner for several days Mrs G E Robertson of Louisville who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W E Brown returned Friday Mrs Will hunt was in Brandenburg Saturday and Sunday the guest of he parents Mr and Mrs William Fowler Mrs N B Nothortou and baby Katharine returned Friday from a ten days visit to relatives at Loitoh fieldMrs G L Brady and daughtei Jessie returned last week from a visit to her daughter Mrs Tony McCoy iin Louisville The donation at the Methodist par sonage was a liberal one and pleasant fellowship was enjoyed with the pastor and his wife- DRAMATIC CLUB ORGANIZED A dramatic club was organized at the home of Mrs R B McGlothlan on Monday afternoon Study unit en tertainment are the objects BUTS N03E BROKEN During a game of ball last Tuesday at the public school tho bat accidentally slipped from tthe hands of one oi the boys and hit little Junius Stith on the nose breaking the member At present ho is doing very nicely CHARMING ENTERTAINMENT One of the most charming Halloween entertainments given on Tuesday night or last week took place at the homo of Mr and Mrs R B McGloth Ian Covers wen laid for twenty Tn decorationsB were novel and the favors elegant the color scheme being ramp Kin yellow Those present were Missed Eva Herndon Nannie Me Gehee Essie Biggs Eula Henslny Mabel McGlothlan Edith Marshall WiHa Drury Lncilt Cunningham Eva McGlothlan Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain and Mrs Nannii Wathen Messrs H H Kemper am A 13 Sutera BEWLEYV1LLE Foote Bros ice shredding fodder to the neighborhood l Rov Roe began a series of meeting Saturday morning W H Cain has sold his tobacco tl Dr J1 M Walker 0rDrnry Sunday was a very rainy day am small crowd at church Mr and Mrs Fletcher Blantord ar expected home this week Mrs R J Cain and children ar parentss3rrhere came a baby girl recently t J D Jorduns who will stay Mrs Cozine of Cnicago continue the guest of Mrs W W Keith Mrs Chas Drury has returned from her visit to relatives at Carrolton Mrs Chas Fonntainu art family are living in the old home of Anslcm Clarkson H E Woods attended the banquet and was thu guest of Mr and Mrs D C Heron The pleasure of being at her old home prolonged her stay but she is quito herself again ft home W L Fophnm the lecturer gave interesting talks Friday and Saturday evenings in tho M E church Frank Stith and sister Mamie wore guests at lair Lawn Saturday and Sunday and attended the banquet After our sale wo found several things left over among which were a good bedstead and dresser and a mowing machine The Masonic fraternity haa a fine old timolSatnrday night Men from far and near attended and it remains for some one who attended to write it up for all our good readers Miss Green Kasey has been visiting Miss Katie Hardaway Overton Blantord was at Hard ins burg part of last week The telephone ging aro putting their line in splendid condition Miss Lula Nunnelly has been visit- Ing Miss Alberta Drury and other friends Mrs S E Shelley has returned to her home in Lebanon accompanied by her sister Mrs McKans Dr P W Foote attended the national convention of the American Society of Equity at Indiauapolis Elliott Moorman who has boon visit Ilag his grandparents Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway has returned home GARFIELD Edijar Carmans baby is very sick and not expected to live Miss Blanche Claycomb made a short visit hero last week Misses SauteI and Bessie Compton of Rnymond ate visiting here Miss Emma Seaton of New Bethel is here visiting Mrs M P Compton Mrs Thos Triplett of Cloyerport visited Mr ann Mrs S Triplett last weekOwing to the ruin Sunday there was no preaching at the Presbyterian church Miss Lena King of Sharon Grove Ky iis with her uncle Will Gregory tor the whiter Rev Kimble of Elizalwthtowh will hererThursday night Mr and Mrs J MOl tOil of Clover port visited her parents hew and at tended the revival Mrs S J1 Gray who has been visiting relatives near Leitchfield has returned homo Miss Nora Bandy of Irvington who has been visiting Miss Nancy Board lugs returned lions Miss Hattie Gregory who has been the guest of relatives hero has return ed to her homo near Eveloigh Mrs Frank Bell of Lebanon who has been with her father foi sometime returned home last Thursday Our heart goes out in sympathy to Mi and Mrs Henry G ana way of Eveleigh in the loss of their seven teenyearold son Owen who died October 10 and was buried at Coils schoolhouse October 81- Tho revival at the Baptist church closed Thursday night and baptising at Lost Run Friday morning Seven were baptised and one joined by letter It was a great revival to the church The preaching was fine nd the atten dance good This ia the third meeting Rev Lewis has helped in here improvingeThomas Dowolls now home is about completed Mrs Frank Bell of Lebanon was called to the bedside of her father Taylor Payno of Harped has been visiting his sistter Mrs James Knott James Webb was called to Roanoke Va to see his fattier who was very illMiss Nora Bandy of Irvington has been visiting her cousin Miss Nancy Board Miss Nonnie Beauchump of Harned tins been visiting her cousin Miss Katie Simmons Miss Blanche Whitworth tons return od from a visit to her aunt ftra Frank Boll at Lebanon Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Nov 4Re ceipts of new tobacco were rather liberal and the sales this week were larger than usual for this season of the year In fact it has been some years since so much now crop has come to market this early Vhile values are well sus tained oiijinost grades the average is not quite1 as highus last week when a smaller number of hogs heads were offered this applying to both Burley and lark The 727 hogsheads of new Burley of fered averaged 631 and the 90 of now dark Durlebtobacco sold as high as 1250 which is the best price for new crop thus far obtained and dark tobacco brought as high as 750 Offerings of now crop Burley were as a rule of unsatisfactory quality and condition witha scarcity of color noted There were some evidences of house burn to n greater extent than had boon ex pected The offerings later on however will probably show much better quality and there is reason to believe that this crop contains a good percentage of color grades Offerings of old Burley sold read ily tho quality and condition being reasonably satisfactory A good demand was noted for medium and goodred leaf while color grades were a few bids Jiigher Red smokers were irregular to lowerThe new dark offered was in most cases of poor quality and the market showedconsiderable irregularity especially for leaf Lugs and trash were stronger Sales of old dark were inconse quential and the offerings of Green Rivers wore sma 11and the market unchanged Talk iis heard from out in the State of the Burley tobacco siOninlTbagreements to not grow any Burley next season The trade is dis posed to pay no attention to such matters though there is little doubt that better prices would be obtained for tobacco if overproduc tion could be avoided The year 1905 will have a re- Cord as an abundant crop year While this country is blessed with I bountiful harvests some sections of the world arc not so fortunate Spain is said to bo suffering from the worst famine in her history It is estimated that in Andalusia alone 20000 men aro out of work and that 10000000 will not be sufficient to relieve tho terrible situation Riots qaused by hunger arc of daily occurrence A lark section of India is suffering the harrows of famine Crop short ages in some parts of Russia arc also causing distress Tire United States has had throe obundant crop years in succession and crops for the past seven oi eight years have generally been goodwith only shortage hero an there HOPEJjJj THE FOR i I SICK A VICTIM OF LA GRIFPEI Mrs Henrietta A S Marsh 709 W lath St Los Angeles Cal President Womans llenovolent Assn writes I suffered with la grippe for seven weeks and nothing 1 could do or take helped me until I tried Peruna 1 felt nt once that I hind at last Fccured the right medicine and I kept steadily fimproving Vltlliu naco weeks J was fully restored and I am glad that J gave that truly great remedy a trial I will never be without it again In a letter dated August 31 1001 Mrs Marsh says I have never yet hoard the efficacy of Peruna questioned TVo Ptlll use it I traveled through Ken tucky and Tennessee three years ago whore J fount Peruna doing Its good work Much of It is being used here also Henrietta A S Marsh Address Dr Jlartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio A Washington telegram says As a result ofaccidents on rail road trains 886 persons were killed and 13783 injured during the twelve months ending Tune 30 1905 according to a report of the interstate commerce commission issued today Comparison with 1904 shows an increase of cloy killedand 4126 injuredamong passengers while the number of employes killed shows a decrease of 106 There were 1231 col li ions and 1535 derailments of which 163 collisions and 168 de railments affected passenger trains The damage to cars engines and roadway by these accidents amounted to 2410671 The remains of JohnJ L Means of Hawesvillc were buried there Thursday Means died at Car thago Mo from wounds inflicted by himself while in jail there Ho was picked up by the Carthago police in a dazed condition and placed in jail It is supposed that he was robbed and drugged in St Louis and later placed on a Fris co train He seemed to be out of his mind and could give no ex planation of his condition Ho was a brother of Key Goo H Means of Louisville According to figures compile by the Western Tobacco JourlJii from the report of the State BoardI of Equalization the total tobacco crop of Kentucky for the year 1904 amounted to 150094674 pounds against 193880331 pounds in 1903 and 188559325 pounds in 1902 The report shows that the sinced645 pounds 1MIIMYMMA w SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES for Men SHOES for Women and SHOES for Children8 u Most of the dealers will tell you that the prices of shoes have gone up t Babbage will tell you that they haves gone down And it is a fact We a would not mislead you on a proposition so trivial Call and see the quality B and the prices for yourself B BABBAGE Sc SONB I cl 1 h n q V A 1be 1 boevt co Caa1c 1cba basti stith thE toht ht4i l vtto tom a1U a1d a1rr br ba rra I v p P 2d 2T 2t rI 1 1 1pt ptlaa C p r r da- t 1