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The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, November 15, 1905. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1905 brc1905111501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, November 15, 1905. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7ei r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT pH VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEHBER 15 1905 12 Paces NO IS An Appeal to The Public Lilt Tuesday occurred one of the boldest steals and rottenest election ever conducted in Breckenndgi countyTwo years ago the Republican tiokel carried this county by a safe majority a fact which is known by all Repub licans and conceded by a great many Democrats Rd in view of the pro bable cost eS a contest none was Instituted nt that time This fact gave the Democratlo machine more confl dence und boldness in practicing every jicelvable fraud and outrage upor too ballot in tho eo called election jnsl hold So everything that was bad and vicious and low in the election twc veais ago was repeated this year and in addition overy trick device and unlawful scheme known io the slickest ana worst ward bummer that ever dis graced ann befouled an election was used and attempted to be used to defraud corrupt and debauch the ballot in the good county of Brecken ridge The fraud corruption bribery and intimidation employed by the Democratic machine on last Tuesday was ns bad as those methods em ployed by Tammany Hall in the worst product in the redlight district oi New York tHonest and decent citizens of all parties sought and desired an honest deceit election It is amatter of com mon knowledge that it was the vilest andmost corrupt cne that ever dis gioed the county As honest citizens can we afford to goon forever tolerating this vicious corrupt and fraudulent method ot con ducting elections thus defeating the will of the people How long will the people let these methods continue The only way to remedy these great evils is to appeal to the courts the Mity placo whore partisan bitterness iAd passion is laid aside und every I man receives justice Only the guilty tread n court of equity A contest coats money sow I Appeal to all gfiod citizens who unow the ballot was outraged and that the returns do not show the true and correct result of the recent election to write mo at once what his views upon this matter are and to indicate what amount ol money he iswllling to contribute to defray tne expenses of a contest seek ing to set aside this election which roeks with fraud and corruption If ti contest is decided upon the petition must be tiled on or before Tuesday Nov tfl next Write me at once at Hardinsbnrg W Sherman Ball Ross Vitito Irrington Ky Nov 14Speda1 Last Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Dand Rosa Miss Annie Vitito of Custer and Mr Edward ROils of Irvington wer I qaietlj married by the Rev E W Graves of the Irvington Presbyteria- church l Miss Stella Ross and brother Mice Ross were the attendants Only the respective families ana a few of their friends were present X Large Second Growth Apples Mayor Reid had five secoudgrowtl pples last week which were in a cluste Qr1 a small twig They were remarkabl for their size all being as large as valtiuts Total Corn Yield Washington Nov lOtTotal cor yield United States preliminary esti pate 2707093000 bushels S v River Surveyors leave The government river surveyors who tad boelvat this point since October 218 left Wednesday for Itaw- esvilleCatarrh It a constitutional diseaseI originating in I constitutional and requiring I treatment acting through anti purifying the blood for its radical and permanent cure Be sure to tak- eHoodsSarsaparillaL Nual and other local forms of catarrh are quickly relieved by Catarrlets wpch allay inflammation and deodorize urgeHoods Sarsapufiia all druggists 1 cCfttarriets mail order only sOdS Tme testimonials of remarkable cures s 4 for our look on Catarrh No 4 C L Hood Co Lowell Mass MOORMAN THANKS THE PEOPLE For His Election To Put in Force Principles He Advocates It is with thankful heart and tender feeling that I express to the good peo pie of my county my sincere apprecia tion of the unusual honor that tho have nonferied upon me in electing me to the office of county judge itt tho age of twentyfive years At the feel of the sweetest mother and an honor able father I lay the honor of ny via tory and I express but little of that which tills their souls when I say that they are to my supporters profoundly grateful I have the kindliest feeling for my opponent and um glad to havi had the honor ot defeating a qualih cd gentleman Politics is rather siren eons with a young man it is hard to immediately forgive and forget sow things which always happen In a cam paign but it is neither right oi snarl for a man to think too much About his grievances be they teal or im aginary I wish each and every man in the county to feel that whatuve may have occurred unpleasantis over my side of the boos being balanced I intend to disnhatge my duties as I sto them regardless of any and all influences other than the welfare of my people I will put in force the principles that I have advocated sc far as my ability will permit 1 desire my supporters and fuendes to know that I feel the responsibility of my position I realize that I nave nn opportunity that usually comes later in life and it IB my fondest Lopo to dem onstrate that I am equal to it Lastly I desire to thank the people of GlendeanA a precinct that gave Mr Roosevelt i and me 103 majority the home of my father and my grandfather I am Very truly H DeH Moormau Cloverport Young Man Who Rare Artistic Ability Ilias goodeiI likeness of Harry Qray Newsom a abilitynwho is attending the Cincinnati School of Art at Cincinnati from this city Tbe course in drawing which ho is now takingconpled with his aptitude will equip him tor a lites work in this line in which he will no doubt be successful should he choose to en gaga in it Mr Newsoms drawincra at tho school have received an excellent per centage and tho work he didin modeling as well as drawing before erter ing school evinced talent of a high degree and was praised by many for correctnessn Is This Law Being Enforced Attentiou is called to Section 4s2l Chapter 113 of the Common School Law entitledCompulsory Kducntiou which requires that all children between the ages of seven and fourteen years shall attend the common school of their district not less then eight consecutive weeks during each year unless excused for certain reason mentioned in the law A penalty of not less then 5 nor more then zO for the first ofletiFC and not less than 10 nor more then 50 for the second offense is the penalty inflicted against the parent or guardian for failure to comply with this secton A similar penalty to also pro vided for the trustees who fail to per form their duties in this regard Brandenberg Appointed Agent 1V F Broudenberg has been appoint ed assistant freightand passenger agent of Lee line steamers Cincinnati Louisville and Memphis division with headquarters at No 353 westMaiu street roulsvllle Iyvice C V Williams resigned n u Former Meade County People Halftone bv Ihishhrcbs Co Louisville Ky Judge and Mrs H Clay 1uwlings und laughter Miss Lixie of Kansas City unwd In Honor of Miss Bowmer Saturdays Louisville Times Mrs WB Pusey will give a theatc party this afternoon in hoo of Mil Marian Bowmer of Cloverport who is the guest of Miss Roberta McCamp bellMiss Roberta MoCampbell entertained at a luncheon given in honor ot Miss Marian Bowmer a cuarmin visitor from Cloverport Her gre tts were Me mea Win Durrett Piers Todd Fulton 11 lJtlU i lie Nt wto Crawford Win A Northcutt Franci Miller Victor Moddis Hcrma Nettlereth Junius Wooltolk W B Pnsuy yses llrlan L5ovcter Bunne Seuipliy Katherlne Harvey Ooldi Robinson Mare Davis Mary Sayr Semple Sundays ConrlerIournal Miss Marian hBowmerof Cloverport will be the guust ot honor at the in formal card party to be given Mon day afternoon by Mrs Francis Miller Mrs Newton T Crawford vill give a bridge parry on jWednesda atttruoou November 10 for Mtn Marian Bowincr of Cloveiport Advanced in Literary Circles Miss Florence A Fairloigh thi charming young daugnter of Mr amlilt irs D W Iurliegb of Louisvllle has been elected president of the Junior Literary Club of the lrliIhlh school in Louisville T114 club ii composed of fifty freehinan girls Mis Faiiluigh though quite young is ex optionally fat advanced in literary circles Shin hats visited her aunt Mrs 1 D Babbage in this city and is Known among the younger set aa a- II delightful visitorDieckmallLewis 1 DieckmallLewisi 14 Sp- eciulJohn Dieckmau and bliss Nary Lewis were married Tuesda night at the home of the bridle aunt Mrs J Lews Masons Have Supper The Cloverport chapter Royal Arc Masons hud n meeting on last Frida evening at the Masonic Temple Supper was served and three of the tour degrees of the chapter were oonlerred 011 Dr F L Lightfoot Jas S Younge and Benj Ridgeway Invitations war sent out to a number of chapters Tii out ottown Masons who attended the meeting wore as follows t C M Me Olothlan J G Brashear Wet Point Jas R Skillman W P Howard Owunsboro Judge DeB Moorman Hardinsbnrg C L Chan berlain Irvington j Andrew Crawford Stophensport The meeting was a vor enJoyable nlIair Official Vote City Election According to the official count oj the vote cast in the city election which was made at Hardinshnrg Ins Friday the Citizens ticket fo councilreceived au avcrago majorit of 70 The official vote in the ordo of the respective watts with th majorities as the fourth sum follows Citizens ticket For mayor J G Hurris 8823145200 For councilmen L T Reid 872018901 Jno OCon uell 821413480 JII Fitch 3318 18583 JA Barry 802014384 SH McCricken 8220 12803 Chas D Hook a 20 140IJ9- Progressiv ticket For councilmen Edward McAfee 222504 C B Skillman 243374 M J lichen 10 9701 Ed Whitehead 173074 R T Polk 102808 Chas Bonier 1722 54 d Independent ticketFor police judge J H Wills 2725 OX 10 Republican ticitet For police JudgeII Fred May 222484- Curtailment Of Crop ObjectI of Tobacco Growers Meeting LoaitTiHY Ky Nov 1ICalledf- or the Itirpuse of organizing the to bacco growers of Kentucky Virginia Indiana nnd Ohio under a contract not to grow tobacco in 1000 a meeting of growers will lbe held in Lexington I tomorrow Delegates have been sum moped ham all four interested States to attend this convention which one been called by George 1 Reynolds chairman of the Tobacco Growers Union it is the purpose of the delegates to form unions over the four States with the reduction of the an nual tooacco crop an the object ot the organization Owens Majority 684 Complete ofticial returns from the Tenth senatorial district show that tho majority of R W Owen Democratic candidate for Stat Senator verT Y Lott the Rt publican candidate was 084 The majorities by counties was as follows Breckenridge 2W Meade 402 Hancock 20 Election Returns Show People Are Still In Power Says Folk Jefieaou City Mo Nov 9 Gov ernor tFolk was happy yesterday oflict1HeMadison hotel to receive the election I news and felt good when he retired The results are exceedingly giatifyingI to hint from every viewpoint and his smile while discussing them was of tIll variety said to stay ou lie said Philadelphia the home of the Liber ty Bell has signed a second Declaration OPIpressI idea and sent a message to the country that the welfare of the state must be above mere party success Cincinnati and Cleveland have de clared against bossism and grafting The result in Ohio in practically over coming n majority of a quarter of a mil lllion demonstrates that the reople believe in the enforcement of law and resent tbe dictation of Saloons that claim a special privilege in law breakingThe of Jerome in New York shows the people still reign andI government by the people exists in fact as well as in name The election returns are full of encouragemet and cheer to the lovers of good government aud-I should strike consternation in the ranks of bosses and grafters every where A revolution is being wrought in the conscience of mankind and this is only the beginning The fight for- EE city and state and cation must be kept upwith everiucicasing vigor and the l forces of error can be vanquished everywhere I Over In Grayson t Letchfield Gazette Marvin Pumphrey has returned from a visit to relatives Hardinsburg The funeral of Uncle Joel Watson and Uncle Lit Clark conducted by- Rev f G S King of Hardinsburg was largely attended last Sunday at the Watson schoolhouse Mr and Mrs Lee Dowell of Clover port who have been visiting their daughter Mrs Henry Thomas for the past month will leave Monday for Pretoria Ga to make their future home W F HOOK MAKES STATEMENT Regarding Incident in His Office That Led to False Reports To the editor of the News Since so many untrue and foolish reports have been circulated about an incident that occurred in my office on the day after the election I feel that in justice to all parties concerned I should give this statement to the pub IkCo D RMurray representing the Democrats and John P Haswell Jr as the attorney for Mr Dennis Sheerau the Republican candidate for sheriff were both present as they hid tlifl right to be Neither attorney was a candidate for any office When tue Custer ballot box was brought in by the judge and sheriff of that pre duet and was being unlocked by them and being examine lJby my deputy clerk Mi Ed Dmon before he issued the receipts to the said judge and sheriff Col Murray stated that he thought the Custer ballot bus had been opened before Mr Haswell i said he thought it had not been opened previously Tnis dispute was settled in a friendly manner by returning to the box all that hud been taKen out of it by the judge of that precinct and tho sheriff and judge tf tho election relocking the ballot box As a matter of fact it afterward turned out that the Custer ballot box tad not been opened previously I Out of this incident grew all the re ports that were told in various party to- II of the county which were perhaps believed by some Neither attorney did anything wrong either professionally or otherII wise and 1 make this statement so th the public may know the real facV al out the matterRespectfully RespectfullySC County Clerk Shellman to Ask For Expression What isi called by the Owenshoro Messenger the 1nynter Clium Bu eau is putting memberselect of the legislature in Western Kentucky inI thf Farmer column The members elect nfl icsenting this some openly declaring fur Blackburn for United1 States Senator The Messenger has in tel viewed a number of repreentativea nod concerning the one from tillsI ounty it says- JJHSlmllinan representative from UreckenridgB countywho was also put in the Paynter common emphati tally denies that he ever told any man lit would vote for ljaynter and says ne piouiieetl Ills people in the own I paign to vote for their choice senator and will live up to this prom in He will stun ask for a full and fair expression from the Democrats of Ureckenridjje county Heath of Infant The infant of Mr and Mrs Wm Dawson ot the MnttinglyI neighborhood tied Sunday lakei500 On Panl Deal Jonas Lyons sold his farm the llnyties place near Irvington last week to John Livers of Meade county for IO Mr Lyons bought this place just a few months ago for 3fiOO Magisterial R iCeS Hardinsburg Ky Nov 14Spec- id I the official count of tho vote in the magisterial racesmado at Hardins burg last Friday shows the following results The Republicans elected T MBatos for magistrate and R 0 Perkins for constable in the Uovorport districtt and Jno McCamish nut Jno M Stillwoll in the Hndsonville district Tne Democrats elected Jno ORielly and Sam Marshal in tbe Hardinsbnrg district and H G Vessels gnd J W Hall in the Union Star district Chas Drnry Democrat was electe magistrate in the Bewloyville district and Frank Rupport Democrat was elected magistrate in the McDaniels districti Want Ohio improved The eleventh annual convention of the Ohio Valley Improvement association 1will lake place at Cairo lit rn 15 10 and 1 17 Invitations have sent broadcast through the valley ask big the presence of every citizen who has the good of the Ohio river at heart to join at the meeting to impress the lawmakers at Washington that the people arc in earnest and taking great interest in the mat- ter01lt9TORIA Bun theThe KM Ycu Hare Always Boutfl BlglUtUI 141of Make Your Grocer Give You Guaranteed Cream of Tartar Baking Powder Alum Baking Powders interfere with digestion and are un healthfulAvoid the alum Dr liardaway Union Star Nov16 Dr A M Hardaway will to at Union Star November 10 17 18 for tho practice of dentistry Ur Snively Elected Mayor Dr Or E Shlvoly formerly of Stephensport was elected mayor of Maron Ky at the regular election ri week About two years ago Dr uively left Stephensport where he practiced his profession about three years Commenting on the election of Dr Shively the Crittenden Record published at Marion says Notwithstanding the tact that Dr t E Shively the Independent Citi zens candidate was announced only a day or so before the day of election when the result of till days battle was announced he was declared the Victor of the struggle and Dr T Aticlnson Frazer who made a gallant tight indeed had lost Mayor U E Snively is an Owens hero boy and has ben living in Marion hardly two years Marion has certainly fallen in love with him and she has expressed her appreciation and esteem for lout in undeniable termn by tracing him at the head of the city govern ment He has enjoyed an excellent practice ever since he first came to our city and today ha ntands second to none in toe practice of medicine in this comity The doctor Iis only twenty eight years of age and is norhapa the youngest mayor in tile State Has Strawberries to Eat rIkl A Meyer formerly of this city now the Alabama State representative of Kahn Martin iV Co the Louisville shoe manufacturing firm in subscribing to the News writes as follows Cullman Ala Nov 10 1UU5 Mr Jr D Babbage Jloverpoit 1Ky Dear Sir and friend I see in tao News where our friend CWMoorman has apple blossoms on his aim 1 can beat that We are having strawberries hero Hope you are enjoying a gooa business I am your friend Ike A Meyer Breckenridge Still home E A Weatherford of PomonaCal- in renewing his subscription to the News writes I am always glad to get your paper and read the news from mound home I have been away over five years but old Brecneuridge county is still home to me Mr Sawyer Much Improved Joseph Sawyer of this city who was taken to Nortons Infirmary at Louisville last week pending an opera tion on his knee is much improved No operation has been performed yet 1and such marked improvement has been made that there is little likeli hood that Mr Sawyer will have to undergo an operation He is troubled with inflammation of the Knee which is not due to lacK of caro for Iris health on Mr Sawyers part but is a disease which is likely to afthct any 0111 rMiss Helen Polk Dead Miss Heloti Polk age about sixty five or seventy years died Monday morning about 10 oclock at the home of her brother Aaron Polk at Tobins port Her death was due to senility and a complication of diseases She had been in idling health several month and bedfvst about two weeks Mr Polk was her only near relative- The funeral was held yesterday jAmqrnjf ing liSJK The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER li 1001 Big Kentucky Hume Coming To be Celebrated June 13 Louisville Ky Nov I Tho date or the Home Coming WeeK for ftntuckian+ who now har homes ad over the world lias been fixed forth week of Tune 13 to last fire days Bach day of the reunion will bo do signaled by a different name in honor of a ute particular event in the history of KentnoKy and its people Tht indications are that the gather ing will be a history making event ue well an an enjovabl social gathering for thou nnc1 who yonra ago budo adieu to their native State and are ow prominently identified with the iateresU of cither states and nations Oov neekhRia will be asfiea to ap point u commissioner from each ooaBty in the State who will attend to establishing Mpurate ueadquHrten for each county in the New Aimorj bantling whew tbo sessions of the anembly will tbe held Enub viaitinj Kentntkian who attends the home coming will be expected to register at the head iarterB ot the county in whion he tint uw the light of day These county iwotlonB nrA liKely to prom the Hoena of many dclightfn meetings and rent waif ot aoqnain rnnoe and no doubt will Rene excel lenity M trusting nUoee The first dRY Wednesday will he une devotee to a general welcome of the returning sops and daughters of JKwtttotcy Potter Hal in the name bY whIch tiV second day of the celebration has wen designated in honor of Stephen Oollins Porter tbe author of My Ot IHItnoky lJomA The third day will he tedI Qed to Daniel Boon 6rt4t1 Kentucky will be the theme of the fourth day The committee has now names ot XpmiinUl Kentuckians from every State mid Tamtory in the Union and from eleven foreign countries Literature it being sent out to all the lddreeees the committee can obtain IIDo not be 1OCCtc0a counterfeit whea you buy Witch Huxel Salve The same lot E C l eWitl Co is on every box at the genniaePilea in their worst form will son pace away it you Rill apply DfAVitfs Witoh Harel Salve night and morning Heat for Cuts Barns BriltiTotter Eczema etc Sold by all Druggists Common llrrors In Speech Who dogs not matt errors iu every day speech r As a wetter ot fact it is very umiMiul to find nay person whose nee of the English language isi nbso atly eorreet The iollowim are ox moles of some very frequent errors or imtlty expressions often heard Lot von and i tfoilbould bt you hail Ul- thI fun HK stood as tier should be ai she Yon tae youugdt than me ehoulcl lit thnu 1 Come to dinner with John putt l I nouM h lohn and me Between you and JhouJtl IIK jroo anil me Where are you going Mior Mel should be Who I IV Who do you sifihonld bt whom ICIi was 1JlJrsnoltldht It J were sire Was It himthuuld tie Was It oet Who was It by should be whom Three oinmples of Faulty DIe tion are MO iHinmion that many pea pie look upon the improper form us ietng f lit 0111 dOle and Thoiua H Brienell lU I1 1 II edliorinchieti of Wetinterd ImperialI Dictionaryt has clone the iiuuhu H great terviie in hlIlag written tbtt new hook entitled READI THIS Louisville Ky June lt that Dr K W Hull Ht Louis Mo Dear Sir Smc tatting tho apncv for rhe sale ot vour kidney remedy Halls threat Diectvorya year ag we hero sole Btfvwal gros and burr never nand a complaint about the ninetly Oti the other liaml wo hero oustoiuirs to praise tll curative qualities of ollrI preparation very day and ramarkahlc tares have MIII reported to ns ot parties that have been cured of kidney trouble by taking one bottle ot your DiMovpry whore all other preparations have fatten Wishing you ncoeaa with your groat remedy wa- bPg to reniHin Very respectfully T P TAYLOR cV CO A TEXAS WONDER One xiiiali hottU of the Texas Wonder Halts Grout DiMoviry cures all kidney and bladder troubles reI mOTel gravel cures dialtften wininal niiseionu weak and lame hacks rhetmmtiHin and all irregulaitiw of the Iciilneyd and bhidder in both met and WomOll rugnlateh bladder troubles in children II riot sold by yonr druggist will bo sent by rust on receipt of j11 One malt bottle in two months tieat mint 1nd mldom falls to perfecta rur Dr R W Hall Sole Manufac- tnr r P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo serd tor tciMinoniuK Sold by all Iruggists Faulty DictioL or Errors in tho Use of the English Language and How to Correct Them which the publishfli have by printing it on thin J3ibl puller succeeded in getting into what may lie called Vest Pocket size Illustrating the comprehend treatment that has been given the sub ject by the author there are 1017 headings treated in the book under some of which plurals for instance over fifty errors that are not at all nmianai are to bo found illustrated and correctedIt ones good fortune to become possessed of so valuable a book and especially one so compact and of as much general interest It is handsomely bound in embossed RussIa leather and will be sent post paid on receipt of GOo to any address by Geo 1v OgilvieCo Publishers 160 E Randolph St Chicago Ill They also publish the same book in cloth bind ing nail will send a copy of It in that style on receipt of 25c A liquid cold cure and the only Cough Syrup which moves the bowels work all cold out ot the stomis Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar Clears the head and throat anti makes weak lungs strong Beat for Croup Whoop- ingi Cough etc Children love it Sold by all druggists It Will Interest You The December Delineator 1 ls a fine number of this popular magazine IIt Is for snit nt the News office The Exact Thing Required for Constipation As a Pertain purgative and stom ach purifier Chamberlains Stomach and Livpr Tablets seem to be the exact thing required strong enough for the moat robust yet mild enough and safe for children and without that terrible griping so common to most purga tivee way R S Webster Co Utlorp Ontario Canada For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport An Inilliiii Sea ScriiiMit Legend The rod men of tit westl liavo mnnj curious lijjondK concornlii tin rivers lakes cud iniumtiiliH of that region none nor v lrd thui ilml which is told foiiiorning Itoik lake ViiMlilnu tOll ilu c Gnu oat of immnry lh Indian tribes of Ithat vicinity IlnlicviM the lake to IIP inhabited 1 by n son mon ster which never grows old tutu whof shier diet Is I iiilinn flesh Aiioixllitf to the kwnil no IDentin ever UIrl1I Ito waters and returned tliorofron alive tin matterI whether the raiKb net was cMiiiiinltteil by appronchiiiK its mur gin for a drink for a plunge nod Ii swim or for a eimoo ride upon its placid bosom All of till Indians ol the northwest know of the terror ol liock lake tuiil each and everyI om would prefer denlh with a jmlinicil ii r row rnther than Ito touch Its waters The lust i Ik lake horror lUeonllnv to the 1lepreiul was inI isrvs when n whole band of noble reil men wen sent IIn tit htippy hunting grounds lII- Um v I JItlnlt Till illllM Of lurnlIise Vhon the ilngiie whleh visited I llor cure In the year MOO bud siilIhl11i tic people livhlod us II tliunW ollerin in add bronze glues to the ImpliHlerv otI the tChiireh of StI John the Iupiis find till guild of merelittnis Invltoil lilt best artists nf the dny to compote Tin ileslgn of Chiliorti was oonsiilcretl fn nil less BudI ho was Intrusted willi the IIktill Nov IIW IIt wn twontyniii veiirs before IHie two fohl ing doors wore completed tutu so ex iliilsile was their design and workman shIll that Michael Angel a century lat Lr said of them They are worthy tto tbe the piles of paradise This ap plied also to another door wrought mil designed by the saute artistl which was put In place hmo W 1IVJ a most 1 importnuiI creation of Floroiitlno art mil one which evidentlyI Inilnencod MlI Lhnel An cln lilinself MiicUliiKH uf lllllllHll llnlr They were blurt stoeUlngK Ihlol stiff lustrous and the price mark on hem was SirI l1Yom tChina snld the dealer from lurthcrn IChina Every family hits H ew ptllsi of liumaii hair stoeklngH here They urn worn over Iho cotton lockings t they are too prickly lo be ivorn next tho slIn111141 properly roatiKl lliey last n 111 hIll The Chi uruexpnrter who sold mo those stock logs sale that when a childs hair 1IH shaved In northern China tho hair Is iroservod In a special hair box of lac juer As soon as till box Is full enough the hair Is taken from It nnd a Pal of itockliiKK Is woven Such stockings hUH u sontlinental almost n religious ailuc awl hey are rarely parted with It would be safe to bet that there are hot six other pairs of hair Htocklngs on sole In America Now York Tress lhT Tell n HUTtr nil Story There are Ipeculiarities of our KIIK Ish language which 10 other language xhllilts Did you over notice how utility Knglish words are formed by simply dropping alternate loiters for example wheat heat ontt nt sham lain am wheel pied eel whale hll Ie- ull nail scores of others Agnlu we have In our mother tongue two words which joined together make a distinct word of an entirely InorontI meaning Just as a single word disjointed does Take tho words since and rely or the separate word sincerely To Illustrate Your roller cnmo In words that tempt ma dearly You wrote them sweot moat truly and si not re For pruisp UUP that licroi might RiIdly 011- 0Bul on ar oi r8 love you since rt Marriage of the 11rJntlcII The marriage of the instituted III commemoration ora iii val victory won by Sebastian 1Ijj doge of Venice over Olio son if I i I erlck rnrbarossa 1171 In con Ih of this victory Pope Alexandiv I I I who had boon driven to lake rliJi IIIII I Venice gave to the doge the ty of the SOIl and everyI year t I I used to go In grand procession H I state barge Bud throw a gold ring iIIt the Adriatic Haying With lhi rii thoe wed Flowers wore thin ilimi into tine sea and the processionj f turned The sentence delivered by in doge on the occasion was 1i1t1 IIII Dospousamus te mare host riot in sij1 lime veili porpotuhmo domlnl lllhlo rlllllltUIEsjeklols rend wits nearly eleven fact a cubit was nearly twentytwo1 inches a hands breadth Is equal to three taut liveeighths Indies n fingers breaduII is equal to a little less than an inch a shekel of surer was about s 81 shekel of gold wns I n talent of sliIver was 100 a talent of gold nenrlj 5000 a piece of silver or i penny WitS SVdl1 a farthing was 111111t to halfpence n mitt was loss thou i farthing a gernh was Ijdl an toll or bath contained four gallons a iii five plnls a bin was three quarts nil1 throe pints an cmor wits six plats cub WIIK five pints London Jloln ItoiiinniM of n Snug Ill Haul MyI Harp on a W llo Tree Las at Inched to it a lit ot IIly alt romance It was written by a smut noblcmnn who became deeply eumuov ell of Queen Victoria a year or sn lIu fore she ascended the English ihrmir which event destroyed his hops r winning her hand The words lust ap pearod in an English mngaino am were set to music by WellliiKtoi Guernsey Tltlii UN the Mint Scene a town in the north on n vrc misty day- Sandy McKay coming out of u pub lie house nail meeting his minister ftics to face Losh sir its an awful do celvlu tiling Ibis mist Dye ken dm prcsslvely I wandered In there tin noo thliiklu II was the grocers Lou don 1olegtaqhIntpurlnnI JohnI I simply must have unothe gown For whatt occasion 1 The new tOol Is coming tomorrow and I have nothing decent to rooolvi her In Cleveland Loader Xot Ovorxliitly Lowe Comerdy Yes Sliirinan the tragedian Is hopelesslyI med IllI Tnif edy Overs udyV Lowe Comerdy No his understudy lIt mnde u blgser lilt In the part than Starnian Ihllndel phin lrest 111 rlie Irratlon IT oe thatI t lohustoiie Is ad von ishng his goods li i r salt for n fraction or their real1 value YPI tibuiit eightfifths I think In Time of Peace Iu the first month of the Russian Japan war we had a striking example ol the necessity of preparation and the early advantage of those who eo to IJlollklhlWO shingled their roofs in dry weather The virtue of prepura tion has made history and given to us QUI greatest taco The individual as well as tho nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat tIlt first cold you take A cold can be cured much more quickly when treated as soon as I hasIcures for colds mill it should be keep at hand ready for instant use For sale by Short Haynes loyerport Growers Use Vigorous Means- A Nashville telegram says that the planter of the dark tobacco district are reported to be reporting to vigorous means in their iignt against the trust A report states that 500 planters recently called on the firm cf Sprouse Brothers at Greenbrier Penn who have usually handled some lOTOOOO pounds of tobacco iinnually and requested them not to buy morn tobacco for the trust warning them eat to sell what they have already prized stoup A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in the home for Immediate use Chamberlains Cough temedy It will prevent the attack if given as soon us the child becomes ionrse or even after till croupy cough Appears For sale by Short Haynes ClovorportState Agricultural Report The last monthly report of the state bureau of ngriculturftahows the at mated yield of corn compared with an average crop of live years 101 estimated acreage of wheat sown compared with an average crop of five years 08 estimated acreage of rye sown compared with an average crop of tivo years OJ Burley tobacco estimated per cant of crop 1J05 compared with au average crop of five years 107 talk tobacco estimated per cont of crop 1005 compared with an average crop of five years 7f1 CASTOBXaBear the1ht Kind You llava Always Bought B lUtur 1141aI Vil101 is fast superseding oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions because without a drop of oil or feature it contains all the medicinal elements Idisagreeable oil actually taken front fresh cods livers i By our process the oil having no value either as a medicine or food is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown Unlike oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions IawayVinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to the weakest stom ach and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength creator for old people puny children weak rundown men I and women after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases I Everything Vinol contains is named on the label OUR GUARANTEE We have such faith in VINOL that if you will take it we promise if it does not benefit or cure you we will return you your money without question We take all the risk SHORT HAYNES DRUGGISTS Cloverport Ky There iis Nothing the Matter With Kentucky Kentucky has iiriOO manufacturing enterprises with a capital of SIMICO 8M5 showing an increase in number during the past year of ltili with an increase in capital of 27 44050s II Kentucky has 334067 farms valuei I at 41015r 50 an increase during the past decade nf 34lKJ with au added valuation of 42b75b9 iI Kentucky received for spending money last year not taking into account money received in salaries wages interest on moneys loaned or dm dends on stocks and sales of real state the sum of 208 0J0i2 while the farmers oi KtntuoKy received from sales of two crops alonecorn and to bacco the princely sum of SiUOltO00 in round numbers Kentucky stands in relation to the other States of tho South fourth In population third in manufacturing third in percentage of farms improv ea third in homes owned by her people third in school populations second in schools and third iu value of farm property while she is tenth in area ot territory There is nothing the mutter with Kontuckybhe 18 fully in line with the other States of the South and these have been shown to be abreast of all tho rest of the country Sacred Keys EveryI persons feelings bare a frout door anil n side door by which they way be entered The front door Is on the street Some keep it always open some keep It latched some locked some bolted with a chain lint will Id you pep In but not get III and tome null it up so Hint nothing can pass its threshold This front door lends lain a passage whleh opens lilt nn nnlernoin and this Into the interior upirlmenls The side door opens nt once into the secret chamber There is almost iiiI ways one key to the side door This is carried for years hidden In n mothers boson Fathers brothers sisters nnd friends often but by no menus so nut versally hove duplicates of It The wedding ring conveys a right to one Alas If unite Is given with il Be very careful to whom you trust one of those keys of Hie side tlOOlO W Holme Souio lloMlnii llonxti The Hotel Iellmm was the first French apartment house or lint nn they have now come to call them to be opcucd in the United States snld nn old ostonillnhAt that time the lair Dr Dlx who owned the property had returned from a European trip winre he got the Idea Upon his rulurn he brought It with him the Tellium Wits fitted up in thnt way tint the Idea has continued to spread imril It huts gone all over the country Another thing that you may have forgotten Is the fact that the Parker House WitS Use first hotel Iu tho United States to be conducted on the European plan It was in a Boston hotel the American or tho Revere I forget Just which one it wns thnt the elevator was first in troduced lloston Record Praise For Aloorman Thursdays Owensboro Messenger said editorially Foi tho splendid victory of the Breckenridge county Democrats Henry DeB Moorman who was at the uoad of the ticket as tV e candidate tor county judge deserve e much credit He will bo an honor this o county in that capacity But few people are entirely free from indigestion at this season of the year Kodol Dyspepsia tture is not only th best remedy to use because it digest what you eat but because it also enable the digestive apparatus to assimilate and transform all foods jute tissuebuilding blood Kodol relieve sour stomach heart burn belching and all form of Indigestion Sold by hit Druggists Tho llnis mid Ilia M nilrr Men nnd women are very much Ilki clocks Some are always on time same are never on lime sonic are always ill order some are never in order And while you miry be able to tell something of n family by Its timepiece you can tell more by the nature of tilt dog thnt greets you at the gulp A dog grows up nfter the fashion of its mils ter or its mistress a kind gent Iiultti will not have an uglyI unite on his place Exchange I pun Lull II Cost But protested the broker who hud advertised for a confidential clerk you want too much salary Ive had n great denI of experience in the brokerage business urged the applicant But you ask too much for it Mj dear sir I assure you Im offering it to you for much less than It cost me Philadelphia Ledger A Knllliful Servant One night Prince Talleyrand was sad deuly awakened by the tiring of a pIs- tol and seeing his valet walking about the room lie asked him what he was doing There was a mouse hi the room your highness and for fear it mightt disturb you 1 shot It FEELINGLIVERISH I This MorningTAKE I A Gentle laxative And AppetizerI I PROFESSIONAL CARDS lA T HAM MEDICALI INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY Clironli Discuses treated liy Harmless lncludingHomeopathy TherapyStiRgestlotiAmong tbo Chronic Diseases treated are Nasal Catarrh ERrMouth Throat Bronchial and LUlljt dlsoasosCoustlpatlon ularrhoeaJ- lldlltestlon headache lIles Fistula theum- ILUlm Neuralgia Dlsenses ot tlm nervous system Asthma DIabetes Neurasthenia Slseplessnoss Stammering St Vitus Dance Paralysis EplloplyIIver heart kidney and bladder dlseasesIrolIsyIamenessScrotuhtS- ettuelao ot acute dlseasesl diseases of the skin nnd Mombranos Ulcers diseases peculiar to females otc Suporlluous hair and facial blemishes ro moved by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor aso Notary Public I can suivoy dour Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement nt your homo i Tim saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited J Address me at Hardinsburg Ky 1 StylishCoxnfortexble ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in highI grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Export i tailors employed J II IIUNSCHEIjIji Casper May Co Canneltou IndI V Ge BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience In sot flung estates All collections rcas onable Cloverport Kentucky I wHAttorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In nil of th Courts of and adjoining counties Special attention given to collectlzu road cases and criminalt iiniotlco License tc practice In United States District Courts Office i vei Hank of IlardlnsburR f IIII I shingleseI I sidingsi Skill sides 20 inches wide and I i 20 feet longI floorings1 1 I and ceiling1 White pine loots and sash Prices greatly reduced j Estimates SolicitedI Cloverport Planing Mill fi L4 vft DRRPKEENEJI j tRoprooentlnal TAYLOR KEENE ID I II DENTISTS aFj OF OWENSBORO i I 1 Ji u oneu1 ft yVIl f Week of November 20 next date For Homeseekers Cheapest rates yet less than one way fare for tho round trip to poles in the bouthweat Uo via Memo is or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct 3 sufd 17 Nov 7 and Ul Dec 5 and ID Finest time to visit the Southwest see the crops and locate a home Write for maps literature and cost tickets to any point- L 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 EW UBEAUME GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route PISOS CURE FOI l CURESWHERE All ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION PARKERS rC1taheftIromote l Never Sails to Bettore Gray I ColorConniuAtu i f etc I J r c anDli DliPt Pthoo hoor hoon I I 3 4 i I i S t vltO fin 1lpt ptbo bot bopn Ici i I f 1i I The Breckenridge New j EDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 100 COMMUNICATION FROM SHORT HAYNE Offer to Refund Money if Hyom Does Not Cure Catarrh To the Editor of the Ureckenridi News Wo have been asked recently If tbl advertisements printed in your col emus regarding Hyomei were trm where wo offer to refund the money if this treatment does not euro catarrh We wish yon would please print t1l111 letter in as fonspicous a place as poss ile in your paper saying that we aD solntely agree to refund the money Ito any purchaser of a Hyomei outfit if I toes not cure catarrh This outfit consists of an inhaler of a onvenient size to be carried in tbl vest pocket so that the user call hreatheflyomei four or rive times duilj1 With this is included medicine drop r and bottle of Hyomei The outfit sens ror 100 and is a most economic treatment tor the inbater lasts a lit zhue and tnre is enough Hyomei for eventl weks use while estra bttls an bi obtained fo 0 rents V trust this letter willsettle an nbts that may hav arisen its i our silingness to refund the money for iyi mi i outfit in cage the rlUr nap- A Inot perfectly satisfied flf wieb to say emphntioally bat ir guarantee on Hyomei holds good Dl we will refund the money to an isriatisfitd purchaser who situpl 1 atea that n has used tho treatmen Hf ording to directions aria not heei i Iped- Respectfnllj yonrs Short ttr Haynes Itueviuls 11rntry Rossinis memory was Kicking In re eutivincss especially in respect III lw na lues of persons who hail lieei birodiurd to him This forgtfuhus1 1I was rn fiirntly a tattle or ainiisemeii wheiiever Itossml was union coiniuiI iij One day he mett Klsliop tilt ling ish composer Rossini knew till fact well enough iced at once greeted him Ah my dear Mr but the name es taped his memory and to convince liln that hi had not forgotten him Uossln begun whistling liinliops glee Vhei the Wind Blows u complement which the English Mozart ns Bishop had been dubbed recognized quite u relIC II yas It Ills ecclesiastical surname had jjeu mentioned A Miib A mull IIs usually a crcaturt of very mysterious existence particularly in a argil city Where It comes from 01 whither It goes few wren can tell AS Keiuhlliig and dispersing with equal suddenness it IK as ditliciilt to follow to Its various sources as the sea itself nor does the parallel stop here lot the ocean Is not more tickle out micor aln more terrible when aroused mort Jiireusonable or more cruel Dickens ClioimlnK n XVIfr The plainen features become liaml vionie unawares when assoclatinl oiilv wtth Kind leelings and the loveliest ace disagreeable when linked with ill minor or caprice People should re Member this when they ate soIeethiH a face which they lire to see overy nornlng across the brrakfnnt table for the remainder of their HveN I1 Willis Iltnl IynJnyuttrut- Yes you can spoml the day at grandpas hit bt u gjitd boy or your papa will whip yon Vlslil 1 thou t see luw you get so much Ilijoyincnt lint nf miking to jrnmdpii 1 get liiia to tell an about the lick mgt lu used to give pop Houston Post Thousands Have Sidney Trouble and Dont Snow it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand Vwentyfour hoait A uscolmcnttling indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys i if stains your linen is evidence of kid ney trouble i too frequent desire to pass pain In the back is convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Iis comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing- it bad effects fpllowlng use of liquor wine beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon Realized stands the highest for its won tVerful cures of the most distressing cases cm you need a medicine you should have the ICest Sold by druggists in 50c andl sizes S You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery And a book that tells more about it both sent absolutely free by mall It It It or also or or It Address Dr Kilmer nor of SwampRoot Co Binghamton N Y writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper thbSooRoot and tbe address Binghamton N Y on every bottle I ILee Montgomery and Family at Their Home at Fordsville II Mr Montjioniory is tilt pojiiliir ronduitor on the Fordsville branch of the IHenderson RouteI I A Card This is to certify that all druggis are authorized to rofund your moat if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to curo your cough or cold It stops thu cons and heals the lungs Prevents poet monift and will cure incipient cot sumption Contains no opiate and Is safest for children Awk tor Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon havic tStops the congh told hah the lung For sale by A R Fisher The luvliiclble Arnindn The invincible armada was a fauioi naval expedition sent by Philip II ot Spain against KugUind1 in lSS It cut slsted of KJJ1 vessels ylSO grcit gun 4ii quintals of powder nearly IOOO soldiers above SUOO sailorsI null moi than yOdO volunteers It arrived in lilt JKiiKlish Iiannel on July III and WIIS defeiiied the next day by Admin I Howard who was seconded by I mil awkins null Kroblsher Kigiit tin ships Iiaving been will Into the Spauis lleei they hurt off hi great dlsonle Irtitlllng by the panic the Kiiifllsh fell upon them tend ciipt tired or destroyc a number of their ships and Admin Howard maintained a running ligl from July tilI to rely 7 with stich 11 feet that the Spanish commanderI lip spairlng of success resolved to velar home and an escape through the Iili lisp channel was preventedi by coi tniry winds lie uinlertool to slIlI around the Orkneys lint the vessel which still remained to liitii wore dlt IpersedI br storms or sliipwreclje among the ro ks and shallows on dll forent purls of the Scottish and Itlsh coast and upward oftUOO men wer drowned killed or taken prisoners or the whole armada liflythree ships oil returned to Spain iced these In II wretched condition The English lot but one ship iIle 1lnrouuu The Maroons were the descendant of African slaves brought to Jamalc by the Spaniards During the coiujues of Jamaica by the 1Knglisli the Ma roons deserted by their masters IItll to the mountain fastnesses where Ithe lived a Herce wile life Increasln dally In number by the many desertlni slaves the Maroons soon because foi midablo to their white neighbors whoii they plundered curd killed In 1718 nil agreement was mule which secured to them an Independence which the maintained for 140 yearsbut the hint lisp filially determined to cxtormlmit them and for this purpose pursuei them barbarously with bloodlioumU Hemmed In on every side and huiitoi down they were compelled to submit and only GOO escaped who were Iran ported to the bleak shores of Nova Sec tin where they perished miserably The S u ii ility Sloiie The Sunday stone of the Oxfor museum was taken front a collier drain and Is a perfect calendar of Sum days and holidays It Is composed 01 carbonate of lime When miners wer at work the water running throng the drain left u black deposit eolorei by coal dust At other times the wutc ran clear leaving the stone deposl white In course of time these blue and white layers formed a stone 01 considerable thickness which constl tutee a very complete calendar Each day of work has as Its record u bluel streak followed by u white streak which murk the hours of rest ut night Wider white streaks murk the Sunday and whole holidays and thus It hut e taken UK mime as the Sunday stone iJ London Mull THE CENTURY IN 1906I Mrs Wards New Novel Begins IIIn the November Issue and Will Run Several Months The lavisn promises of 1 year ago were splendidly fulfilled in The Cen tnry during WOjIS verse and essays its pictures and fiction its articles of timely interest and permanent value went beyond all promise and expectu tion The feast in IDOU will he ever roher than in 1U05 There will lhe the new novel by Mrs Humphry Ward Fenwicks Career a new bnmorou serial by the creator ot Snenn Clegg and short stories by the ablest and mostt popular writers 01 the day There will ho uutlioritHViv account of such wondei ful work as our con strnction ot the Panama Canal W S Harwood will tell of Saving Cah torniasI Crops The director It Corn ells School of Agriculture Professo H JJailv will discus o the iuiportan problem of the young wan and the farm There will bo many otter attic Its of Kindred value and int lest Lincoln the Lnwyrrtht lay Career of Lincoln has been neglected in the opinion of authorities likt President McKinley and the Hon Joseph H Cboatu will btirin in the December Century Fred ricK Trevoi Hill has made an exhaustive study of this phase of Lincoln s life am development with the assistance of able Ilhrois lawyers and officers of thn Illinois Historical Society auc huts series of papery will be rich In new and valuable material Pictorial Ily TIll Century will be more beauti fill in IDOl than ever oetore Howan Chandler Christy s pictures of the American girlI in toll color will bo ono of many textures It will cot tain tho cream of the best in American literature art and thought Immediate subscription brings the first chapters of Mrs Wards new novel and the beautiful Novembei number Subscriptions received by the Breckouridge News Sells tore of Chamberlains Cough Rented Than of All Others Put Together Mr Thos Gergea merchant at Mt lilgih Ontario says I have hall tut local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since it was Introduces into Canada and I sell as much of it ai I do of all other lines I have on 1113 shelves put together Of the many dozens sold under guarantee r have not had one bottle returned I can recom mend this medicine as I have used iit myself and givtn it to my children ant always with the beet results Fo salo by Short Haynes Cloverport To Have Caucus in Few Weeks The oitv councilelect will have ia caucus before January 1 to decide or the appointive officers whom they will choose to serve during the years lOOi I land 1007 A member of the new council stated last week that the can cus will very probably be held withIn tho next four weeks The appointive city officers are UB follows marshal attorney clerk tax collector assessor treasurer lump lighter and police judge pro teat The oflicers recently eleded will take ttheir seats the flrH Monday in January Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of age antler from Kidn and bladder disorders usually enlargement of prostrate gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taKen at the first sign of danger as It correc inegularities and has ciued wany old men of this disease Mr Kodn Burnett Rook Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostate glan and kidney trouole fur years and after taking two bottles of Foley Kidney Cure I feel hotter than I JaavI fnr twenty years although I am now 01 years old For sale bv A H Fistior Makes Fine Impression- Rev R H Crosstield pastor ol Ihe Christian church at Uwensbori pruacheu to n very appreciate e audience at the Presoyterian cburcl last Fridav evening in the intern of the Christian church hero RtF sermon mad a fine impression alld elicited many favotablo comment Rev Crossiielii is conceded to be OIH of the Ablest ministers in tho State HetwrHn December 1 and Decenu er 1 Rev 10 Crosstield wilt preach here agaii Within the next two months the men bers of the Christian church expect tt secure a regular pastor While in the city Roy Irossfiel was tint guest of Mr and Mrs C A 1 Stephens Perry County Ind Cannoltou Inquirui lames Polk and Miss Uosn A Bivin young people of Tobinspor came to Capnelton on Wednesda morning and were married by Re J H HorstniHiin of St John Evangelical church Tho bride is th daughter of Dudley J Bivin a prom nent and welltodo fanner of Tobin portEdward Goatley was down fro Clovurport on Monday and called a this office He presented us with I sweet pitato that grew on his father farm which weighed live and thn quartos pounds Mr Ieo Brewer of Rome wi married to Joss Frieda Roland 01 Sunday evening last in this city iII the home of the brides mother Mot day morning the young coup le let for Rome Ind their future honii Mrs Brewer is the fourh daughter 0 Mrs Mngttuleim Koland of this city and is ixn excellent young lady Mi Brewer until a few weeKS ago was member ot the firm of Brewer t Ramsey doing a grocery and restaui ant business here He has opened general store at Home I Thank The ILord cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from Buck Ions Arnica Salve It cured my fea fal running sores which nothing el- would heal and from which 1 tin suffered for 5 vents It is a raarvo ous healer for cuts burnsnnd wound I Guaranteed at Short Haynes dm store 25c nn n HALESA splendid tonic for the hair makes the hair grow long and heavy Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color of youth Sronfallinghairalsn Sold for fifty years rrr1J W M r f JJl w 1 THE Open Door to SuccessIllUAhi l i 1 i qt ARKANSASTheAntlRenters State I iImIanuurc ful M fii i1lIilI liy 01 f ilotILI ar4igr nw iiixlrr iultiviitiiin Ill r ursd fri ti iuit a ls Still iiMiT tii iMtiis unmipriivpil farms for uli1 ai rlunuly w prl v The Widest Open Door of Them All INDIAN TERRITORYNn tll t tttney tut watts mall oimiry to burr and 10 boltl UkhI = in trial rich In oil rlrli in timlNT rlrli I s ll1 Au laud In 1nttri a t iietlfr worth b triit and holding OKLAHOMAThe What Next Territory Nearly hlilfmil 11 IITIM more to he opened tliU year Only ii IWHM htln but a lease In the Southwest t a foot hold 11z r tIr IIund it rtim and information rnt fnu Jw ratao t 1111 t tI nilI ird TupMluyM f Neb month iFOH lrhGP 4 HII I fcGURIi II1 P ti 11i iltlc Kiia tri Cninnaii J1 i j1 i t t tt t 1L 1 f you ouid sell your farm today for J 10e Figures in acre and buy it back tomorrow for 10 an acre I You would do it OnIfyou cap buy the 5100 land for 10 tome where else the proposition iis juttj M good FarmsYoucan buy it in the SnutbweltII Why shouldnt you do it 7 j i If you wish to Know more ilx ui it writ for ropltsutIu Texas and Oklali tni Uooks TlnV ire frtf IILA HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Si Louis Mo II t + THE Fifth Avenue I1 HOTEL11I 11 II Louisville Ky VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer SOUTHWEST Iruu The most centrally located erd onlj llrstclass hotel In the city making s r 200 rate Only une block from tbe principal shopping district and two blocks from w 1 tho principal theatres u Street cars pass the door to nil parts It of the city- Everything z neat tndtclenn Jf nn 1 PIKE CAMPBELL blgr + OA ItNi O tMt Nllbi D I080 tt16 8aii tlt i tiNao iN1r- II = II First State Bank IIIRVINGTON KY I iiw J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vie Pre iden- H H KEMPKR CAsltierII Account of Corporations Finns and Individuals solicited S Interest Paid on Time Deposits titiH Nilfi tBiA r14 eoeetlfitDiti s M t1 ti3NiW MltiiR n- B nO n The Breckinridge Banks Cloverport Ky 1 Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 S Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 e W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashiers DR P L tlGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashie II Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited t Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt end carelnl attention Storage place for packages in our fireprool vault furnUhed our customers t freeI t NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits n 4 + + 4 4 + + +++ ++44+I i Bank of Hardinsburg t t OFFICERS B F BEARD PRKSIDKNT M H BEARD Cashier o DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard i0 o Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglaryi Interest paid on time depositsig i4 ai s t- y + I1 4 y I J 1 v I i I II f t t t j f a f 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors c == c = = = II ill Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents pot line- OB1TUA11IES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the label on your paper IIf 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 = LPAGESc = = = C = WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1905 == THOUGHTS Tun success of popular government must depend solely upon the virtue the intelligence and the public spirit of the people governed As long as the members of any community can be approached by reason or by argument orb considerations of the public good there is no sound cause to despair of the safety of any republicC F Adams Girl that Thanksgiving turkey ready ADVKUTISK your wants in our want column It brings returns TIIKIMC ought to be Iloss rottenness and more aggressive patriotism in our elections CHRISTIAN county went Democratic and they do say thud Boss Milt hud a hand in it A coNTiisr might be a good thing for this county We might toftni then where the trouble was Boss Mnr made good his words that whenever ho wanted Hrock en ridge county to go Democratic she wont WHKATI was 1 to 3 cents lower last week on account of liberal worlds exports iindifferent foreign markets and foreign demand fine weather and large receipts SPKAKINO of sheep it takes 12000000 of them to supply the wool market of Chicago alone Kentucky could and would raise a million more head if iit wasnt for the dogs HK sure your sins will find you out isono of the truest and most exact laws in Gods code to man So if you have done any sinning in the last campaign you hud better get on your knees A sniffi killing dog is the meanest thing on earth except the man who sells his vote Those sheep killing dogs have heen playing hay ock with the sheep around Irvington Heres some work for Senator Owen and Representative Shellman to look alter nlt out state and our county rid of the sheep killing dogs tIJ SNOW these ducks what politics is says Charlie Miller and be did show them Whf says he the whole layout would have been defeated if Milt Hoard and 1 hadnt been on the ground IHe said time Republicans had plenty of money liut they didnt know how to lay it out They wore afraid of it Wo bought om inj gangs of l5l 1 u 1 LETS see it is reported that the Democrats spout between 5000 and 10000 and the Republicans from S2000 to 5000 Here is 15000 spent in the campaign S5000 more than the ollices are worth for one year Some one suggests that the oflices be put up and auc tioned oil to the highest bidder and the proceeds be turn over to the county for it road fund and voting lbe done away with n TIIK government seem report just issuedi shows a yield for 1505 of 2708000000 bushels of corn 1583000000 bushels of wheat 039000 000 bushels of oats 80000000 bushels of rye 183000000 bushels of barley J 1000000 bushels of potatoes 151100000 bushels of buck wheat IiH1000000 tons of hay and a cotton crop ofIl little loss than 10000000 balesl breaking all records in the history of crop reports WK like the tone and sentiment of Henry Motirnians card uJ We believe ho will do just what he says he will do He hits a chance now to show his hand All we want and all the people want is a man in office that will do his duty Henry Moorman is a young maul an as piring young man with progressive ideas IHis is the most important oice in the county It requires good judgment anda knowledge of all the aHairs and the wants of every section These he will have to look after and ndminister them with a fair and impartial hand and give every man and every section a square deal This he says he will doTe look for good things to come out of Henry Moormans ad ministration Heres hoping the young judge will make a name for himself that will go down in history SHERMAN BALLS appeal to the public whichjs printcdmlanother column reveals some startling charges connected with the election last week If these bo true there should be an iinvestigation into and a disclosure of the methods used It is a wellknown fact that money was used on both sides and a big amount of it As to how it was used we are not informed We presume Mr Ball knows or he would not make the charges that he does It is a burning shame to all parties and a reflection on the intelligence of the good people of the county the way elections are conducted Whether one party is any more to blame than the other is not the question It is a question of liberty of the right that is dear to every citizen to cast his ballot and have it counted as cast Nothing is more dangerous to the moral health of a community than the widespread corrupt practices at elec tions What we need in this country in this state especially is a law providing for the publicity of campaign contributions and campaign expenses Let it be the law for every candidate who runs for oflice to make a statement of the money used and how he used it This would put a stop to the wholesale use of money on both sides A Southern IlemtaUceBce- In A Southern Girl In 01 Mrs D Glrnml Wright describes the burial ol tit youiij hero Lntnno one of the most dramatic mill touching Incidents In the story of the Confederacy lit died lending a gallant charge John Latano n lieutenant in his brothers company took charge of the body nnd with a cart and driver tried to return to Richmond Kindinp this Impossible as the enemy wore hi possession of the country all around he went to Westt wood the home of Dr Brokimbrough who was then a surgeon In the army The enemy ap proached and he to avoid capture was obliged to leave his brothers re mains and escape on foot Mrs Urn kenbrough seat for an Episcopal clerI gyman to perform the funeral ecremo nles but the enemy would not permit him to pass Then with a few other ladles a fair haired little girl her apron tilled with white flowers and Il few faithful slaves who stood rever ently near a plou Virginia matron rend the solemn nnd beautiful burial service over the cold still form of one of the noblest gentlemen and most Intrepid officers In the Confederate ar my She watched the clods heaped upon the limn lid then sinking on her knees In sight and hearing of the foe she committed his souls welfare and the stricken hearts he hail left behind blm to the mercyu f the All Father Mriuilnir of Snrnninr Nearly nil surnames originally had IIi meaning They were descriptive nf their owners InI a word they were nicknames like Skinny or Shorty or Pied feel Iis a surname that shows the original Peel to have been bald Grace means fat from the French gran Grant from grand means big An Ollphant should bo a clumsy and umvlcldly person Tills surname was elephant originally The Porkers wore keepers of noble mens parks The Warners were war reners or rabbit tenders The Barkers irepared haul for tanning The La ioucheres were butchers Bell meant handsome Cameron meant crook nosed lulus meant po site mud Iorstor meant a forester Saplcr a servant in charge of the table linen Palmer a pilgrim Walnwrighl n ivagon builder Walter a wall builder Webster a weaver Wright a carpenter Philadelphia Itulletlai till but ii turn bur Tobuccii Sailors on lung cruises sometimes exhaust their tobacco Thence untold misery mind imany ingenious efforts to reate n tobacco substitute Tea anti coffee make the best tobacco substl lutes They smoke freely In pipe or cigarettes and their taste and aroma nee not unpleasant But they burn the mouth and rack the nerves Hope yarn the untwisted parts of rope and Iah- umis smoked by sailors as a last resort Bark peeled from the Loops of salt beef and pork barrels Is also smoked when the limit IIs reached These things Miioke abominably aud ho black fumes that they give forth rom the sailors mouths are always iccompanled hIIIItho mid Imprecjt lions Vet many It desperate sailor has smoked them In till Nape of ap easing his tobacco hunger sr llnurlee St Maurice In Switxerlanil IIs the ame ort1 little station on the railway that lends up the lihoiie valley from till lake of Zeiievn The place gets Us tame as follows Maurice wits tho oftl cur second In command of tilt Thebalc legion which the fKmperor fllxlmlnnII WJlwl over the Alps In A I sell a rising In Gaul At Ododuniui Martlgny the legion every man of which was a Christian was ordered to ncriflce to the Uoinun gods for the success of the expedition JHeaded by Maurice they refused marched oft to kgaunum tSt Maurice and there were I wlce decimated to enforce submission 1m they still refused and tinally the emalnder were surrounded and cut lown by till rest of tile rmy Automatic ookliiK Hoxc Automatic cooking boxes were In general use among the Hebrews near- ly 2000 years ago The Greek and loman writers frequently refer to hem In his edition of tuveuile tot example Friedlander cites a conmicu tutor who refers to the Jews who A day before the Sabbath put their viands hot Into the cooking boxes the pots being covered with napkins and wrapped about with hay so that they may have warm food on the Sabbath Alvruyn In Evidence I notice observed Tuffold Kuutt that people dont pay no taxes on the costliest things theys got Bows that grunted Iluffon Wratz Well fr Instance If you wuz wuth even a million you wouldnt have to pay nothlu on that peach of a nose youve got Chicago Tribune TntercMteit Nell Mrs Closelelgh Is getting up a tall to help a poor widow pay her rent BelleI didnt know Mrs Close lelgh was so philanthropic Nell She snt She owns the house the poor widow lives In Philadelphia Record Similar Symptom OneAre you certain that you love the girl Tuther Certain V Why 1 cant sleep of nights for thinkuig about her OneI get the same effect from my tailors bills New Yorkertt The Wny to 8ncc Success In Industrial business nowadays Is as simple as a fairy tale The oung man must find out how to kill bt aonthe dragon of competition hturday Evening Post Facts are stubborn things Is an aphorism first used by La Sage in Gil Blab It has since become proverbial BEWLEYVILLEI Uncle Allen Anderson is quite sick Dr A M1 Haidaway was at horn Sunday Fletcher Blanford was at Fair Lawn November 7 Mr and Mrs W A Stint were visit ing friends here Sunday Miss Zelma Strother was attending church services here Sunday The stewards of the church ma te omit the assessment Monday afternoon- I G Miller is taking advantage of the bright sunny days to be moving hone RevI Roe is very much esteemed for the good spiritual sermons Jie is giving the people here Miss Cora McCoy of Stephensport spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of Miss Ina McCoy Mrs Cozine who hns been visiting Mrs W W Keith for several weeks left Tuesday for Louisville Mrs Thos Jolly had children and grandchildren end friends to dine with her at u birthdiiy anniversary Saturday Miss 1lorence Cain of Norton Jn firnia yvho lian been spending a week at the old Kentucky luunehas returned The use Iouo Vuuinn The train had pulled out of the ter initial nntt till Iouductor was on his faro H Ilocting tour In one ear there sat alone a wnmaii drossed in deep mourningI her heavy veil having been lifted to allow a Ureittli of nit When the ooudiielor approached her the wo man burst into tears As she cried ns If her heart would burst the conductor asked her what was the matter She sobbed this reply Ten years ago I took my Ihst husband over this road to be cremated tin yeas ago 11 took my secondl husband on the saute trip to the crematory anti now I am taking my third husbajid to be condemned to ashes lustJ then Micro wore loud sobs heard coming from a seat on the opposite sloe of tthe ear The conductor turned and saw another woman crying Ap proaching softly he asked the weeping omit What Is the matter madam Taking her handkerchief from tier eyes the second In teats answered That xvomaii hits husbands to burn while I cant got even one Philadel phlll Reold Tlir S1 4 imhtu tlr the Word She IIs a lady In every sense of tthe word exclaimed llllfklus Then she Is the most remarkable woman thatI ever lived replied Johnson What do you wean Arent there plenty of ladles In the world Yes but not In every sense of the word Foe Instance If the woman Is what you say she Is not only a woman of good family or of good breeding and refinement limit she Is also according to the Century Dictionary a sweetheart localei I United States a slate measur ing about 1ttIHt Inches broad by ten lung Ithe calcareous apparatus In the Lardlac part of theI stomach of the lob stem Ithe function of which Is the trlt luratlon of food And If she Is all lhat her fortune Is made In he mini scum Iline After that II was noted that Itlifklns usually pruned down the remark to she Is a lady amply4n Orloain InusTemonraL Ilii Siilnn ei4er Ilkhard tell hi his route My1 strange POIS tells of the salon iesr ivhleh In Great llritaiu In hyu4tray used lo be sated and dried for 1m n rood Many years ago these drlc1 geese tunnel their way to Ithe lowland or Scotland and were used as an aivIzcr A small portion when onion be fore meals was supposed to tickle the appetite In this connectIon I hnv heard mli good story A worthy farm In the neighborhood gave a dinner IHV tr and when the dinner was In pr r Tess be asked one of his guests if I i would have anotliel portion 1l111I wirier the guest remarked 1 think I will as teL a bit o solan goose afore I left bailie and It has made me very1 hungry upon which his neighbor said I dinnu believe In these solun geese tor I et a hulll yln atone I cam nwa and I dlnna feel a bit the hungrier The IlooU of Ancient Iernln We knew that the Moslems when they conquered Persia found In that country an Innumerable quantity of books and scientific treatises and that their general Sand Ibn Abl Oucceas asked Caliph Omar by letter If w would allow him to distribute those books among the true believers with the rest of the booty Omar answered him in these terms Throw them Into the water If they contain anything which can guide men to the truth wo have received from God what will guide us much better If they contain errors we shall bo well rid of them thank God In consequence of this order the books were thrown Into the water nnd the fire and the literature and science of the Persians disappear edNoUceR ot Extralts The Atmophere The earths sensible atmosphere Is generally supposed to extend some for ty miles In height probably farther but becoming at only a few miles trout the surface of too great a tenuity to support life The condition and mo tions of this aerial ocean play a most Important part In the determination of climate modifying by absorbing the otherwise Intense heat of the sun and when laden with clouds hindering the earth from radiating Its acquired heat Into spneeSt Louis Republic rrrerrsKrrerrKrKrrv rrvvrrv vv 1rKrrrylvvrr r KrrvvKrr IL NOTICE t i TO TAXPAYERSt if d d iii X- IIiSave 6 per cent by paying before December iii 1 I Will be at I 5 o Rockvale Thursday Nov 16 i g Glendeane Tuesday Nov 21 1 to- 4pmg f IiicDaniels Wednesday Nov 22 II- i 5 3 It may be your last chance before the s I itIii- t 11- V H M BEARD D S 5 r f 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only Ono Dollar per larIOI papers k ss than one cent a copy 1ostOKe prepaid You will make no mistake If you send iJoo CODA Y for aycars subscription i twoofiI 1 I tlug Company Publishers i St Louis Globe=DemocratS- T i i LOUIS MOII N W 444 4 441 44 4 N NN 1N tJlftil4 f The Frost is on the Pumpkin The patter of 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 Potatoes Irish Potatoes COc per bushel Sweet Potatoes 600 per bushel Sugar Eastern Gran 18 Ibs for 11- C Sugar 22 Ibs for 1- Cand Gds Any kind 3 pound cans 3 for 25c Flour Best Patent 501lbs for 125 Second Best 50 lbs for 11- 5Coffee Packageany kind packageBulkc per pou- ndCabbage 2l0 per pound Meal Bolted Meal TOe per bushel Bolted Meal ISe per peck Beans Navy Beans poundRed B 1c 6c per pound It will pay to pro vide for future needs today POPHAM BROS IJ CLOVERPORT KY The News and a 75c Knife for 125 The Breckenridge News 1TPDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1903 JUSTONE ONEWORD that word 15 TI11tsIt refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills an- dMEANSatHEALTHconstipatedTroubled indigestionSick VIrtlgoBilious BiliousInsomnia ANY of these symptoms and many others tedfcate Inaction ofthe LIVER in You 3NTO- GC3LTutts PillsT- ake No Substitute New hats receive duly at Miss Judith Millers Elijah Gibson was in Arkansas la st week on a pleasure trip Anything in the wall paper line can lad at Sawyer Fallonst rrtfilra0 E Lightfoot was in Louis tide several days last week Fresh ovsters in bnls or served Jo any style English Kitchen Miss Winnie Aehby has arrived from MndiROnvilleto visit Miss Benola HullLatest things in now headgear omo in every day at Miss Judith Millers Mrs H W Howard of Henderson has been visiting her daughter Mrs O R Tonsey Miss Verna Ryan of Tobinsport was the guest of Miss Maude Polk part of last week Mrs Elizabeth Wittmer of Cannel ton is the tfuest of her daughter MrE Darnoll Dowaon Ed Morrison returned Friday from Louisville where be has been the guest ot relatives Dr A M Hardaway will be at Irvington week beginning November 27 for the practice of dentistry Miss Sallie Lightfoot has been here this week trom Hawesville visiting her brother Dr F u LighttDot Mrs Philip Kramer and three child ron went to Henderson Sunday for a weeks visit to her father U Auall Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer have returned from a visit to their daughter Mrs H L Atkinson ot Chicago T F Sawyer and Mrs1 H Wills were in Louisville last week at the bedside of their brother Joseph Saw yer Mrs Marion Ryan ot Louisville was the guest of her sisters Mesdames J C AntI Geo Weatherholt last weekMiss Nannie Goatley has returned to Canueltou after an extended visit k Proverbs II When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children dnot gain strength and flesh r we ay give them Scotts Emulsion It is like the penny in the l milk because it works and because there is something f astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply I a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just a- sI naturally to the children be i cause it is so perfectlyadapted Ito their wants r For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion I1 is the most satisfactory treatment f h we will send you the penny J e a sample free Be sure that this picture In the form of a labclIi on the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 5ocandlioo all druggists to her brother Thos Woatloy of near the city Eyes tested free at Short Haynes fintteriek patterns sold by MIss Judith Miller I Edmund Wroe wus nl Hardinsburg Saturday Jumbo picklesfresh und good English Kitchen = We can Ht yonr eyes accurately Short Haynes Mrs Fred Ferry was in Louisville several days last week Come and let us fit your eyes Satis faction xnaranteed Short Haynes Mrs Anna Rice irrivnl Saturday from Owensboro to visit relatives I Wo hang your paper jnst as cheap as others Sawyer Fallen lastjweekj at OwonsboroA stock of wall paper is being put in by Sawyer Fallen Call and see there Dr R P Keene of Oweasborowill be at Dr Lightfoots ollice from November 20 to 37 for the practice ol dentistryThe Missionary Society ot the Baptist church will have a cake sale tile day before Thanksgiving at Oolzeh Hall Misses Jane Wittmer Bertha How ard Lucy and Lena Smith and Oliver Hardin of Cannelton wore guests of friends here Sunday Rant Brown of Jasonville Ind was here several days lust weok to see his wife who has been visiting tar sister Mrs Leon McGavook Dr RI Keene the Owensboro dentist will be at Dr Lightfoots office November iO for fi week Please call early and make engagements Mr and Mrs J W Barnett of Marble Ala were the guests ot Rev and Mrs B M Currie Monday while en route to Owensboro to visit It il1IlsIMrs Mollie Hawbletou Misses Kate Haokett and Jeliie Hambleton and Master Oscar Hambleton of Henderson were here part of last week the guests of Mr and Mrs C E Lightfoot while en route to Louisville whore they will reside Babbage A Sons cash prices for this week 10 pounds granulated sugar for 100 Golden Crown Hour 62 cents a sack corn meal 18 cents R sack new sorghum 30 cents a gallon navy heaDs 4 cents a pound i New Orleans molasses 50c cents a gallon = t1 t1LOCAL BRIEFS ziChas Furrow has refurnished his barber shop with a lot of comfortable new chairs which add much to the appearance of his place Mr Furrow is doing a large business 4 I IBorn November n to the wife of Ed Adams a I sonY An agent of tho American Hotel Register company of Chicago was hero Saturday making arrangements to furnish the St George Hotell with a revolving register book holder to contain advertisements of ten or twelve local firms Felix Gaiter is moving this week to Hnntingburg Ind near which city ho has bought a large farm He has rented his farm near town on the Hardinsbnig and Ubvorport turnpiKe to Irvin Beavin who will buy tho place next year H C Harper moved last week to Kirk where ho will engage in farm ing V- An informal reception will o given to Rev and Mrs B M Currie by the Epworth League next Friday evening in the Sunday school room at the Methodist church Light refreshments will be served Every one is cordiallv invited Mrs J L Moorman entertained tbeLadies Reading Club last Thursday afternoon The oyster and ice creum supper gwen aCOelzes Hall last Thursday evening by the ladies of the Method- Ist chnrohwas one of the most sue cessful affairs of the kind from a financial standpoint that has been given here for sometime the net receipts being about 52tK All thn oysters and cream was jKsposed of and more could have beeiKJplil it it had been on hand as jHe was a good attendance and tj9jj present spent freely A ten cenHUjmissiou redeemable in trade win crffifted T R Asa proprietor of the print ing firm of T K Asa Co and Jno Borschneck of Louisville will spend several days this week hunting in this vicinity While here they will be theguests of Henly Gibbs Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad gave a house party from Friday until Monday The guests were Misses Ray Hoyser Ree Willis Margaret doorman and Louise Babbage Friday evening tho nost nnd hostess entertained in their honor Theft present were Missus Martha Willie Cleona Weatbcrholt Grace Planf Ree Willie Ray Heyscr Margaret Moorman Ethel Oelze and Louise Babbage Messrs Harvoy Stone J D Babbage Jr Walter Oolze Harry Weatherholt Vivian Pierce Allen Pierce Harry Hills and Lafe Behen Saturday even ing a chafing dish party was given and a program of enjoyment continued during the whole time until Monday morning Mi and Mrs James Younger were host and hostess at n dinner par y Tuesday evening of last week The guests wore Misses Lula Severs Maud Polk Ray Heyser and Louise Bah huge 4 Engineer hush of the Henderson Route displayed much skill in his run on train No 42 from Clovflrport to Louisville a week ago Requested oy an alHicted brother engineer who was being taken to Louisville for an operation to handle the air as easy as possible lie pulled his train out of Cloverport with the ease of a cradle The four heavy passenger coaches behind him were wheeled the entire seventythree miles without u jerk Schedule time was made and Engi neer Bush is to be congratulated I A meeting for men will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday afternoon The object of the meeting is the organization of a men s bible class All mon young and ole church members and non church members are invited to attend the meet ing wnich will be conducted by the Dilator Rev B M Cunie An old fashioned class meeting was held at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon the first in a number of yeareIn the future class meetings will be held the second Sunday in every month I of Mrs Dan Burks of Addition was painfully though not seriously hurt by being k hocked down by her horse and run over by the baggy about three quarters of a mile east of the city Monday morning Mrs Burks and Mrs Emma Pierson of Louisville a cousin were driving to the city from Addison to visit Mrs Burks sister Mrs Edward Gregory Shortly after crossing the Henderson Route tracks they heard the west bound passenger train approaching and alighted from the buggy Mrs Burks taking hold of the horses bridle As the train passed the animal jumped forward knocking Mrs Burks lows and in the way of the buggy the wheels of which passed over her body A deep gash was cut in her right srrn at the wrist and her body bruised The buggy was upset aud damaged Mrs Bulks injured wrist was dressed by Dr Simons Mrs Piorson was not hurt w Lilnon Smith lett Monday for Cia cinnati to reenter the Cincinnati School of Art He has talent of an unusual degree and is progressing well in the course in drawing be is taking Ho came home to vote and to visit hiBparents Dr and Mrs F M SmithThe Weatherholt property in the West End near the government light narrowly escaped destruction by tire early yesterday morning A birds nest beuveun the chimney and tile weatherboarding was ignited in some way but tho flames were discovered and extlngnisned before any damage was done A strong wind was blowing at the time Mrs R B Pierce entertained tho Clover Blossoms the juvenile mission ary society of the Methodist church with a candy pulltog at her home last evening to 44 Frank May of Oweusboro represent ing the Home Insurance company of New York was here yesterday and adjusted a small tire loss with Owen Seatoti 4 Mrs Alvin Simons and two children are improving 11 4 Miss Winnie L Ashby of Madison ville will be the guest of honor at a reception tomorrow evening by Miss Ben Ola Hull 4 H L dtador has bought Gregory Cos warehouse at the upper wharf Consideration 500 4 There were two runaways in town yesterday morning Frank Mattingly and a man by the name of Blair being the owners of the teams No one was hurt and the damage to the teams was slight A Positive CATARRH CURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It lcailSHM MHltlltS heals protectsdiseasedthe Inoue brine It cane 4a FEVERawayMead quickly Hostores tne Scnsos of Taste and Smell lFull orhJEly Brothers tsa Warren Street NYw York The infant of Mi and Mrs Will Hale died Sunday Hot luucnes served at all hours English Kitchen Ills KXIM Statement Author Is it true that you say my latest is tin worst honk I over wrote Critical Ariiunlutancc Nonsense my dear follow What I sail way that It was the worst book anybody ever wrote not you in Iiiartlenlar The rrotrlrr There is nothing easier to tuiuiv than a 1ivtinl complaining spirit It IIs a foolish habit to borrow trouble or meet It halfway Cultivate a Hieerful mind ami heart and much IiniKltuiry trouble Mil ln M voided r 1 I DrIA MI Hardaway QI JW1 Jj y jijMj t outri W 1I 71 Remember my time at Irvington it S mWeekj beginning November 27 A I lt = =ro 2=IjI iI IW a n t s+ I Advurtlwrn tit Ino ted under this head atone cent vrord per week Ifon SALE COil SALE Organ clump Apply tit News1 oilier FOR SALE FOR SALE Oood farm Apply to I + rank Gustu IKy l OK SALEENOINES- COK SALEI Two gasoline engines suitable1 for cutting red sawing wood and pump cloverIportIrOn SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Rood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gus and Gasoline StreetLouisvilleIOU SALETUITION CERTIFICATE CertlficutoInltrynutsStrattons For price and particulars write Tim Hrcck enrlugo News Cloverport Ky h HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South aud Southeast first and third j Tuesdays each mouth at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct HI 1905 n Thanksgiving Rates Nov 30 For ThanKsgiving rate of one ultl onethird faro for the round trip be tween local points minimum 25 cents will be made on Nov 29 anti 80 good to return Dec tI Christmas and New Year Holidays For these holidays rate ofone and one third fare for time round trip be teen local points will be made with a minimum of f0 cents Date of slue Dec 2 232I 253031J and lammry I good returning January I Special homeseekers1 excursions to the Southwest Nov 2I and Dec ls and 19 L li ST L TIE FABLE EAST BOUND No46 Dally Fast Trittn leaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at West Iont only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall and Kxpress leavesCIo verport 052 A M stops tit all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fust mall leaves Clu verport 448 p ru stops at all way stiutons east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 Ip m Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND DallyCioverportaccommodutiotleaves vllln 900 IL m Train No 41 Dully fast mall and express leaves Clovel ort 1031 a m stops only nt Hawesville Lowlsport Macao Owensboro Stanley Spottsvlllc Henderson and Ev ansvlllc arrives St Louts 72o p m Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 731 p m p in Stops at all stations lvilic10j No 45 daily St Louis fast train rerport M arrives Evansville 1Ai A l100tPM St I A AT stops at lLwesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 41 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping curs and reclining chair cars on trains 45 und 46 between Loulsvlllo and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 ally except Pnday leaves Fordsvlllo430 u arcs Irvington 840 nw Train No 4 Dully except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p ui Train No 0 Sunday only FordsvllleO30a m Irvington 9031L m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 850 am arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p m arrives FordsviUo 925 D m MEET ME AT i NOLTESJJ I i I Cloaks Cloaks u FOR THE CHILDREN FOR MISSES FOR 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carried Evansvlllo In the municipal election lIIY about 2 500 a gain of 5010 over Iho election last fallIn the mayoialty race in Louisville Bartb Democrat elected thy over 5000 votes over ONeal FuslOntst McClellau Democrat reelected mayor of New York by a small innjor ity Jerome reformer also a winner J3or district attorney William Hearst in the rare for mayor contesting tho election Enrrtiu county went Democratic The votes against the constl tntional amendment to adopt the old viva voce Bjittm of voting were three times on- an average the nnmber for it Two magisterial district in Heroin NiHty voted for a stock law n Cbicftgo the Republican made a D weep r tpablicuOM made Iarg game in J1IIde Island gave a Republican iity of 1000IDemocratic majority in Virgins The A about 20000Iooontiae of Kentucky that have here tofoie been Democratic nod in addi sloe carried nearly every dose county ia the State sweeping Milo several Jtepubliuiui stronghold Ohio and Pennsylvania the two zockribbed Republican states were both foaud in the Democratic colninn Wedansdiy mornings the result of the election Tnesdiy The 2 OOIK Re publican majoritywas wiped out in Ohio and Pattison tin l tnocrntlc candidate for Oorernor has a umjori ty of about 10000 Tho church people who were opposed to Herrick tne Re publican candidate on account of his anti temperence vetoes voted against him and then there was a great revolt on account of the machine rule gov erned by George Cox who not only lost thu State to the Republican but taco lost Cincinnati to the Democrats by a decided majority Suit to be filed by Fusionists in 3ouisville contesting election of Paul C Unrth Democratic candidate fur mayor American party beat Mormon party fit Salt Lake t tvIRepuoliean gains in eblt8kl1I Mixed ticket elected in Hancock though largely Democratic Everything overwhelming Dem oorutic iu Motule county Republican majority in Mlas aI1l1 setae 20000 in governors race Democratic working majority in both houses ot Ohio legislature livery otindidate of the Union Labor patty in Sign Francisco elected The Kentucky Legislature which will elect a successor to Senator iJlackbnrn wppanntly will include thirtyone IIIOlrlttsl1v Republicans and two doubtful in the Senate and soventyniiiH Deinocnu fourteen He pnulicnud and seven doubt I nl in inn BonN8 A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you Ilose your health because indigestion and constipation have snapped it away Prompt relief can be hud in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and purr headache dizziness trout ccnatipution etc Onaratewl at Shot Hnynas drugstore alc llardin County Mica Shell y Miller of Big Spring entered school at Franklin lust week lease Morris and family of BrucKon ridge county were pleasant guests at the homo of Mr Barns at lFranklin dross Roads last week Miss Amilda Crayorott of Flaherty spent u fe w days last week with Paulino Bowman near il Spring Mr and Mrs Zack llohbs of near Big Spring were guests of Mr Ovid Medley and family of Flaherty Ins- tSaturday1lizabethtown Mirror Miss Muttie C Milner of Union Star him returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs McUlothltin at Wct Point L D J Willis or Big Ulifty hits sold his farm to Bud Drane of near Constantine Consideration eighteen hundred dollars possession given November 1000 EHzabethtown News A Cough Syrup which drives a cold out ot the system by acting as a cathartic on the bowels is olieredjjin Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Clears the throat strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes The mothers friend and tho childrens favorite Best for Croup Whooping Uough etc SldJ by all Druggists 1Y I 1 EDUCATIONAL ftj Jfi = THE TEACHER 1ho strategic point in any education al system is the TEACHER We may have a good school In a woodshed without furniture and without ap paratus The Great Teacher taught on the mountain side But u good school even in a gilded palace is an utter impossibility without n good teacher The teacher for the most part makes the atmosphere of the school and in a largo measure moulds the public sentiment of the community Next to the parent fan has most to with the formation of the habits of his pupils and often he has even more to do than both parents and pastor with the direction of their thoughts and the formation of their hfo ideals Fortun ate indeed is the student who tinds during his whole school life one really great wholesome and inspiring teacherOne intelligent live and enthusias tic teacher can revolutionize a whole country and build a monument that will endure as long as appreciative hearts And growing minds mlnr State Supt 0 B Martin of S CII One of the prime relnii of n good teacher is scholarship at all good SCHOLARS are not good TEACHERS any more than all godl aobolaie are good preachers zcol1 Uiw jer or good business men Fur nil other professions and many mwiiies vocations special preparation 111111 practical training in the cotnpi x dp tails of the work are required to in sure success This requirement 8 made of the teacher in all the fading educational states In fact Kentucky is the ouly state in the union save cue that does not maintain a system of State Normal Schools for the profess tonal training of her teachers The other state which does not maintain such schools is Delaware but Delaware being a very small state has an arrangement with the State Normal schools of two adjoining states which enables her to give her teachers orn fessioual training This leaves Ken tucny decidedly in the REAR in this important duty Illinois spends a quarter ot a mIllionjj dollars annually in live State Normal Schools Missouri has three of these Institutions but the I last legislature established two more and appointed a Committee to locate them All the other adjoining states have State Normal Schools Why should KentinKV the richest and the bust of all of them in natural resources in men and women in EVERY THING lIf the hindmost in educa I tionul facilities We pro nosticate that the crowning work of the next General Assembly will oe the Ecru j cational Legislation The trend of pnblic sentiment is decidedly in tne direction of Normal Training Schools Ii for our teachers The fourth State Development Con vention which was in session at the UnIt House Louisville act 10 11 12 105 passed the following nKilu lions Resolved that in order to better fit the great mass ot our public school teachers for the arduous lutiis imposed upon them we recommend the extension of Out common schoolI system by the establishment of an efficient system of State Normal Schools and we earnestly commend consideration of this subject to the next Geimial Assembly The Kentucky Educational Associa tion which was in session at Man moth Cave lune 21 22 2U 100j passed Ithe following resolution Resolved that this Association commit itself unreservedly U tho creation of a system of State Normal Schools and that we second in every way the efforts of the Educationalll- JJImprovement CoomiHSion to secure three such schools by enactment of the next General Assembly Similar resolutions have been pass ed by the public school teachers in every county In Kentucky annually for tile past two or thre years Over 8000 teachers have placed themselves on record as in favor of this educa tional advance Many educated progressive business men have espouser the cause and it is to be hoped that tho whole people will become interested in tht matter of professional training of public school teachers The best SCHOOL HOUSE the host EQUIPMENT and the best TEACHER is none too good for the poorest and the raggedest boy or girl in the rudest loghut in Kentucky- It should be remembered that a Nor mal School cannot do thin best work without a Piactico Department in which actual teaching is done On this subject Francs W Parker of the Chicago Normal school and the greatest teacher of Pedagogy in his time said A professional training school for teachers is an impossibility without the essential 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moving the bowels A certain cure for croup and whoopingcough Trade arsrkitegletged The Red CloTerBlos som and the iBeeiseveryhnftt KENNEDYSLAXATIVEL HONEYiiTAR FKEFARSD AT THE orESold by alt oDruRRlsts Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar fasA t l t I ITHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I IIIMAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1905 PART TWO 111 HISTORIC GUNSTON HALL VIRGINIA IIOMB OF TUB FAMOUS GEORGE MASON PURCHASED hr TOM WATSON American History Made Beneath Its Broad Verandas Has Been Restored to Its Original Beauty Tom Watson of Georgia author of a Life of Tnomas Jefferson is reported to have bought Gunston Hall Virginia 15 miles from Washington and which was from 1750 to 1792 the homo ot George Mason friend and ad viser of Thomas Jefferson George Washington James Madison and Patrick Henry The house is preserved and a few rods from It is tho grave of Mason The pyramidal piece of gran- Ite shown in the picture stands above his grave and is inscribed GEORGE MASON Author of the Hill of nights and First Constitution of Virginia 17201702 Gunston Hall is on a ridge commanding a line view of the Potomac river a Gzmsoll hail I mile distant It is about five mies be low Mount Vernon and three miles below the ruins of Belvolr the home of the first Fairfax in Virginia Gunston Hall was probably without equal in that part of Virginia at the time of its building and Is as well preserved as any other colonial house in Virginia It is eighty feet long and forty feet wide and is built of bricks twice the size of those made now To the right of the north entrance is the room which was occupied by Jefferson on his frequent visits to Mason On the river portico is where Mason and Washing ton played at draughts by the hour Several years after the war Gunston Hall in dilapidation was acquired by Colonel Edward Daniels a Northern man The place was partially restore by him Colonel Daniels in the days of reconstruction was the editor of the Richmond Journal and was once a can dl ate for the House of Representa tives but was defeated He was a close friend of President Grant and Daniels really controlled the patronag of the State of Virginia A spry oid gentleman who has personally known a hundred celebrities of other genera tions he lives on land adjoining Guns ton Hall and which was a part of tho estate Gunston Hall passed to Joseph Specht of St Louis and by him was completely restored and beautified Ho died three years ago and the place con tinued in possession of his heirs and In charge of a colored overseer Eolry Opposed to Slavery George Mason was the Sage of Guns ton It was he who after conference and correspondence with Washington drew up tho nonimportation resolu tions offered by Washington and adopted by the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1769 One of these resolu tions pledged the signers to buy no slaves imported after November 1 1769 Mason was the author of a tract styled Extracts from Virginia Charters and Some Remarks upon Them supporting tim contention that the Brit ish Parliament had no right to tax the + American colonies This tract had a wIde vogue in pre revolutionary times Mason and Washington attended the citizens meeting at Fairfax Court- House Virginia in July 1774 Wash ington was moderator of the meeting Mason presented twentyfour resolu tions in advocacy of nonintercourso with the mother country These resolutions were adopted and were also adopted by the Virginia convention at Williamsburg in August 1774 It was that body which elected Peyton Ran dolph Richard Henry Lee George Washington Patrick Henry Richard Bland Benjamin Harrison and Edmund Pendleton delegates to the First Con tinental Congress and that Congress substantially adopted the Mason reso lutionsFavored Election of Presidents by the People Mason after once declining election and once refusing to serve after election to the Continental Congress sat in the Constitutional Convention of 1787 In that great body he opposed slavery saying it was a source of na tional weakness and demoralization Ho advocated the direct election of the u President by the people and for a term of seven years with Ineligibility for re election He opposed the requirement of a property qualification for voters and also opposed the plan to make slaves equal to freemen for purposes of representation in Congress He refused to sign the Constitution as adopted and fought against its ratifi cation by Virginia- In the Virginia convention to ratify the Constitution Mason led the opposi tion and standing with him were Pat rick Henry James Monroe Benjamin Harrison and William Grayson The leaders for ratification were John Marshall Edmund Randolph Richard Henry Lee George Washington and James Madison yet so great was Ma sons influence that in 168 votes the majority for ratification was only ten add this majority was obtained only after the required number of States had already adopted the Constitution Of a Famous Family Tho first American Mason was George Mason greatgrandfather of Mason of Gunston He was a commander of a troop of horse at the battle of Wor cester where he fought in the Stuart cause as did Colonel John Washington a near relative of John and Lawrence r Grave of- George Mason Washington English Royalists and the original Washington immigrants The Mason family was originally of Warwaickshlre and there are many Mason memorials in the Church of the Holy Trinity at StratfordonAvon Colonel George Mason the first wasI however not a Warwaickshlre manj I ofIhamlet in Staffordshire The old Eng lish Gunston Hall was standing a few years ago and was owned by the GIf fords descendants of the same Glffordd who were Royalists with Fowko and Mason and who owned Boscobel near coniThe commonwealth commander at Worcester was General Fairfax and It was a strange fate that made a descen ant of this man a neighbor to the Wash ingtons of Mount Vernon and the Masons of Gunston Hall Belvolr the Fairfax estate lay immediately be tween Gunston and Mount Vernon The first American Mason and Fowke settled in the northern neck ot Virginia but Fowke later removed to Maryland George Mason the secondI married Mary Fowke daughter of Gerard Fowke and they built a home in Maryland which they called Gunston Hall in memory of the English Guns ton These people were grandparents of G Jorge Mason the fourth or George Mason one of the republics founders I In 1750 this man married Anne Eilbeck of Mattawoman Maryland and soon after his marriage began the erection of Gunston Hall Virginia which he named after his grandparents place in Maryland and the ancestral home of the Fowkes in Staffordshire Mason was one of the vestrymen of Pohick Church four miles from Guns ton Washington and William Fairfax were also vestrymen there UNCLE JOE CAXXOXS ADVICE Never Keep Back Anything But Al ways Tell the Whole 1 ruth Speaker Cannon whom everybody calls Uncle Joe told the following story one day when he wished to em phasize the necessity for telling the whole truth and farther how a man may be deceived by halftruth A man rented a house but after look ing at it went back to tho real estate I 1 agent with a complaint You profess to have told me theII truth he stormed but you havent J told mo the whole truth Theres thatII lawn for instance 1 Really sir protested the agent I distinctly remember describing the I lawn and a very nice lawn it Isee Oh yes went on the kicker YouII told me there was a lawn but you I didnt tell me that the nearest owner 4 of a lawnmower lived two miles away I Iee Where am I to borrow a lawnmower i sir Answer me that Live Stock Matters Oh said the fair summer boarder as a couple of calves gamboled across the meadow1 what pretty little cow letsYew air mistaken maam said the old farmer Thems bullets A NEW CABINET OFFICE LIKELIHOOD OF CREATION OF DR FARTHEST OF INSULAR AFFAIRS Field Covered by Secretary of War Considered Too Wide President May Suggest Change to Congress Since the war with Spain the enor mous growth of the business of the War Department has given rise to an oft expressed opinion In high govern ment circles that the time Is fully ripe for the creation of another executive department to handle the control of goverxiinentItmake some such suggestion In his forthcoming message to Congress Following the Spanish War the War Department naturally took control of the Island possessions that came to the United States as a result of that con llkt Tins islands Culm Porto Rico and the Philippines fell to the care of the War Department as long as they wore under military rule but when civil government took the place of martial law they were still left with the War Department Iept From State Department It would seem natural for them to belong to the Department of State but they have been purposely kept from the province of that department in or her that foreign powers might not have a chancre to say anything about them Time bureau of Insular affairs was created to attend to questions affecting out island possessions but this bureau has been under the Imme hate control of till Secretary of War and out of reach of foreign represent atives With the turning of Cuba over to tIme Cubans and tile passing of Porto Rico to the State Department and Guam and Tutulllu to tho Navy Dc partment matters became even more Involved Burden Too Great Almost of greater Importance at present than time Philippines is till canal zone Secretary Taft tried to ofSecretaryatteiiiptIt visit to the isthmus to set how the work on the big ditch IIS progressing ofInsularequippedtoothmdepartmentgovernmentHowever Taftleftunderstood that Mr Hoot would become Secretary of State it was said to be Secretary Tafts wish that the canal matter be transferred to Mr Root speculationdurIng jobOnSecretary Taft has had a great deal more than his proportionate share of government work and responsibility and again it was understood that one of the arguments used by the President to Induce Mr Root to reenter the Cab inet was the Presidents personal de sire that he should undertake the di rection of the can work His acceptance of the trust would have enabled Secretary Taft to devote more of his time to Important Philippine government questions and the business of the army generally It seems to have been decided however that Mr Taft is to continue permanently as the Panama canal builder this decision having been reached at a recent Cabinet meeting These questions together with ques tons relating to the general staff the reorganlzalon of the army and other Internal affairs have made the Secretory by far the hardest worked man In the Cabinet Taft Travels Far This Is proved If In no other way by the Immense amount of traveling tlone by Secretary Taft In the past yeai He has been to Panama to the Philip COL CLARENCE R EDWARDS Chief of Bureau of Insular Affairs and Pos sible New Cabinet Officer Ines to Hawaii to China and Japan lIe has just left Washington for his second trip to the Isthmus Through ils connection with tne affairs of the Philippines he has become Involved n questions wholly outside time regular Inc of the War Department These are some of the reasons which end the President and his advisers to lonsider tIme creation of another do I Kirtment to take complete control ofii sland and colonial affairs Whether ongress will consent to this at the loming session or will move postpone nent cannot be foretold but the jhanccs are that within a reasonable time the War Department will be re- lIeved of some of its heavy burdens rbereis no pie or pudding father But I will give you this tnd upon thq blacksmiths toilworn brow She printed a childish kiss ROOSEVELT IX DIXIE President Speaks to the Followers of Lee President Roosevelts recent tour through the South was one continuous ovation from the people of Dixie In fact his visit has been heralded us be ing as triumphant as the return of any Roman emperor Dixie was cap urcd by the Rough Hider President ConflderateCapitalwas unusually cordial After much parading and speechmaking the Pros throughthe orthisAtthisPresIdentsremembered when all others have laded Into oblivion Surrounding time Leo monument Is oflustandinguponwandering about upon the lawn were seventylive broken tottering old men clad in gray and carry g small Con ederatc Hags Many hobbled upon crutches and nearly all leaned upon alegmen were low and they paid no heed TO time crowd around them They were waiting for the President of time pasttimelittle old man climbed upon a pedi meat and stood like the very Incar nation of tIll Lost Cause shading his eyes and gazing toward the coming of the great the powerful the world renowned successor of Lincoln and GrantIt whichirlago dashed up to time monument Before the old men realizedI It the President was facing them and shout ing Come closer With confused ex clamations the old men hobbled for ward with small pretense of march ing They had almost forgotten the IfSTATUEold marching orders In their confusion They simply huddled forward to the fence Time line was not reformed Then the President spoke to time South Ignoring the crowd behind him Ho spoke only to time wearers of time gray He spoke as the President of arc united country Ills voice seemed as the voice of a nation speaking to the followers of Lee The veterans devoured every vigor ous syllable of the Presidents address They returned his earnest gaze with looks of unmistakable good will and loving friendship Somewhat abruptly the President stopped waved his hat it was to them like the balm of Gllead ind shouted Goodby and good luckGoodby goodby they shouted ind a moment later President Roosevelt was out of sight Expert Xnvnl Testimony When Dick Thompson of Indiana was called to the Cabinet as Secretar- yf the Navy it is said that he had ever even been on a large vessel One- f his earliest visits was made to an Informal Inspection on a largo man fwar lying at the Navy Yard He limbed up on the deck was escQrted round the vessel admired and com llmcntod the beauty and cleanliness of it all and finally peered down tho hold He looked back at the officer took off his glasses wiped them looked down again and then finally turned to the commander and exclaimed Why the things hollow THE STRENGTH OF JAPAN CARD EX FARMS TllE FOUSDA TIOX Oft XJIPOXS VOWER 30000000 People Sustained In Com fort on Only 19000 Square Miles of Cultivated Land From Chicago MarketJulyA hundred years hence leaving China out of tho question there will be two colossal ijwers In the world beside which Germany England France and Italy will be as pygmies the United States and Russia If any one had told Emile do La veleye when ho made this prophecy some years ago that within a few years the power of Russia on the sea would be annihilated and her laud forces defeated again and again by the pygmy nation of Japan would he have believed it No neither ho nor any one else at that time would hrve credited itThe incredible the unbelievable has actually happened There Is no result without a cause What Is the underly ing cause of this marvelous strength of Japan It is not in battle ships or siege guns not In torpedo boats or held artillery not In arms or armor not In muni tions of war or equipment for battles on laud or sea Russia had all these and yet she has suffered crushing hu miliating and overwhelming defeat What then Is the secret of Japans strengthE i flciency of the Unit It is in Just one thing and that Is men It Is In the efficiency of the unit It is In the physical and mental pow erIn tIme health strength and Intelli gence of the litpniiese people as a whole and as a consequence of every individual soldier and sailor And this physical and mental cAm cleney of mi entire people of the entire I citizenship of the Japanese nation Group If is a plain and distinct result of their I mode of life The Japanese people arc strong be cause they live as the human animal must live to be mentally and physi I cally strongnext to nature They breathe the fresh air They eat plain food They neither starve nor groThey are mentally and physically active They ore an out of door people They understand the laws of health and obey thoa Their children draw their strength from the bosom of mother earth And above and beyond all they are a nation of homes and homo owners Each family is in a home and each home Is in a garden where health and strength are gained by the labor of I cultivating that garden for a living I And in these garden homes the pee pie of Japan have far more of real pleasure and happiness and time genu- Ine enjoyments of life than time average wage worker in our country IThe White Plague Unknown We have fallen into a smug and selfcomplacent and wretchedly super ficial habit of thought which loses I sight of the life that a people lead and measures everything by a money wage a totally false and deceptive standard of measurement of the best thing that human life affords In time United States two hundred und fifty thousand of our people are being annually destroyed by the great white plague tuberculosis- In Japan the disease is practically unknown WhyBecause the Japanese breathe fresh airWhat would tins Japanese think if they were told that their people could not have fresh air because they did not have more money Or could not have exercise because they could not afford to belong to athletic clubs Or must go without food because they lacked money to buy It at a butcher or a grocery store when every Japanese gardener has the land from which lie knows how with his own labor to get all the food he needs for the abundant nourishment for himself and family The Garden Farm Of the 15000000 population of Japan 30000000 are farmers or more correctly speaking gardeners The Japanese farm Is a garden irrigated and fertilized and scientifically and Intensively tilled And a recent writer describing the life of the Japanese farmer says Measured in money he is not rich Rut he dwells In a comfortable and Inviting home purged of every taint of dirt and lust The transparent paper willIs of his house made of bark from his mltsuninta shrubs Hood his dwell lug with light and keep out time wind lie enjoys good food served In dainty hut inexpensive dishes made of native woods Even in the homes of the poorest there are no visible signs of poverty There Is no squalor in agri culturalI Japan The humblest peas ant1 fanner IIs clean Industrious and comfortable Time area of fence corners a ha mmiomnml on many American farms to wild mustard fennel and pig weed would furnish comfortable living to a whole family in rural Japan Some Idea of the trilling cost of living in agricultural Japan was given by an American who has spent fifteen years in time Empire Frequently he takes a vacation In the farming regions He has good food sleeps on clean and comfortablequllts in impec cable houses is carried about in coun try parts and nt time end of two weeks finds that his total expenses have not exceeded ten yen or five dollars And from the garden farms the Home Acres of agricultural Japan hnvo commie the soldiers who have faced death to drive time Russians from Man churia and leaped into eternity In or her that they might wipe time menace of the Russian Navy from the seas that wash the shores of their Home Laud A Nation of Home Acres It is an old saying that a man wilT not light for a boarding house but the Tapanese have proved that they will light like demons to defend the Insti tutions of a nation of Home Acres We Instinctively think of the victo ries of Japan as the victories of her leaders We are naturally heroworshippers superficialOurpraises of the masterly way in which Ivuropatkln played the game of war And Rojestvensky must have the Medlt due him for sailing his fleet four housaml miles and planning so cill iently to provide it with coal and pro rlslons But Oyama and Togo had the men mimi every Japanese1 soldier and sailor is not only a hero but a leader Ifvery nlllcer In the Japanese army and iavy above the rank of Captain were stricken dead tomorrow their places ivould be filled 11111 Japan would con lime to prosecute time war to final vlc ory Time secret of her power lies in he fact that In Intelligence in mental1i I iimllvidurmiInitiative everyrnllanlanJyimma thatralIind evenlieport every soldier In her army and thehoresVIe horn and leave time nation to Its theytVOUi1 betrommgerBut destroy the men of Japan and substitute for them time dullwitted enaemlcractoryyou have destroyed Japan Men Before Battleships Intlncts uphecallsfllIemadholidutret them Russian Institutions could lot produce them Now would It not be wise for the toliearmyircitizenshipAnd Robertllunt Intheitlng our citizenship by crowding our wherotheymeat and are weakened by poor food ind Inadequate nourishment Time lesson to bo learned by this na BULLDOG SUSPENDERSBO cents everywhere Will Outwear Thre Ordinary Hindi Made In UrM and llearir Weight at Jltn and Youth Ultra length ullbIIIMADEIfyouHEW ES POTTER LarIIIndrand IUla- kUPtM1T LINCOLN ST BOSTON MASS In the worlj Valukli BooU t Droll tad Bttjp nd r Btjle trtaon rwja Vj in from Japan has not yet been t uniid and when President House vilt falls to see Itand demands only inure battle ships as the lesson of the great sea light which has just been fought he unfortunately diverts the minds of the people of this country from facts of supreme and overshad owing Importance whlen should be burned into the public mind as by a stroke of lightning from every victory won by the Japanese That lessor Is the profoundly Im portant feet that the Japanese man the unit of her national strength Is the product of a mode of life and an environment which combines the physical strength which comes only fruit the rural life from living next to nature with the mental activity and keenness which come from con start contact with his fellowmenthe community life A Nation of Gardeners The Japanese are not a nation of farmers us we understand the word They are n nation of gardeners There Is neither Isolation nor conges tion In their life They dwell the great majority of them not In great itles but In closely settled rural com immunities The much and the tene ment are alike foreign to the life of the Japanese The greatprlnclple that mustcontrol our own national development hence forth Is that the laud shall be subdi vided Into the smallest tracts from which one mans labor will sustain a family In comfort and that every child boy or girl In the public schools should be so trained In those schools that it will know how to till such a tract of land for a livelihood In other words let us reproduce In this country the conditions so well described lu an article from the Book- lover Magazine for August HUH from which we quote the following While Japan IsI caniionadlngltsway to rank with Christian power as u r n MIDDLE represents thirty agricultural flrttclnss fighting nation It not neg lecting Its fields of rice genge millet and mujl its groves of mulberry mind bumboo Its priceless plots of tea and inUsunmta shrubs mad Its multimil lion gardens of berries vegetables and llowcrs The thousands of patriots that marched to the front have tot thinned tho ranks of the mightier hosts tilling the soil Thirty million farmers mire gathering ample harvests In the diminutive fields of Japan1 Husbandry Dignified For twentyfive centuries the Sun rise sovereigns have dignified hus bandry as the most Important and most honorable Industrial calling in the empire lUll now more than sixty per cent of the Mikados subjects till with Incomparable skill the limited soil of his islands The same diligent genius that bles a landscape gardener in Japan to compass within a few square yards of land a forest a bridgespanned stream a waterfall and lake a chain of ter raced hills gardens and chrysanthe mums hyacinths peonies and pinks u beetling crag crowned with a dwarfed conifer and through all the dainty park meandering paths with here a shrine and there a dainty summer house has It possible for far mers of the empire to build up ou less than nineteen thousand square unties of arable land the most remarkable agricultural nation the world has known If all the tillable acres of Japan were merged into one field a moat In nn automobile traveling at the rate of fifty mlles an hour could skirt the entire perimeter of arable Japan in eleven hours Upon this narrow freehold Japan has reared a nation of imperial power which determined to enjoy commercial preeminence over nil the world of wealth nil opportunity from Siberia to Slam and already by the force of arms from the shores of Asia the greatest mono arch of EuropeRoots In the Soil The secret of the success of tte lit tie Daybreak Kingdom has been n mystery to many students of nations Patriotism does not explain the riddle of its strength neither can commerce nor military equipment nor manufacturing skill Western nations will fully to grasp the secret of the dynamic Intensity of Japan today and will dangerously underestimate the formidable possibilities of the Greater Japan the Dill Nippon of tomorrow until they begin to study seriously time agricultural triumphs of that empire For Japan more scientifically than any other nation past present hUH perfected the art of sending the roots of its civilization enduringly into time soilProgressive experts of high authority throughout the Occident now ad nit that In all the annals of agriculture there Is nothing that ever ap proached the scientific skill of Sunrise husbandry Patient diligence with knowledge of time chemistry of soil and the physiology of plants have yielded results that have astounded the most advanced agriculturists In Western nations The Safe Foundation Tune creation of the conditions above described under which the people of n nation are rooted the soil in homes of their own on the land not only good statesmanship and the highest patriotism but It is the only safe foun dation for an enduring national structureTo nnd neglect this founda time while we build battleships equip armies and annex islands and dig Isthmian canals is fatal n mistake would be to build a twentystory skyscraper In Chicago without any foundation but the of Lake Michigan We need not muster out our armies nor dismantle our battleships nor evacuate the Philippines nor stop work on the Isthmian Canal but the fact remains as clear as the sun from an unclouded sky at noonday that the attention of our people a nation riveted on our naval and military af fairs and schemes of foreign exploita TILE In land Japan supporting Is fruits Is Is or to Is as as It as la of in of thou to the disregard and neglect of the vastly more important problem of Ibuilding much at home und creating u citizenship which will bo an enduring rational foundation forever nut enlarging our home markets which will cOlUpllcatlons The attention of our people of late has been so much absorbed by tho problems of our export trade that we overlook the fact that the United States today manufactures annually n product aggregating in total value time combined manufactured product of the three other greatest manufactur 1EnglundFrance some IIlnct two per cent of our entire annually manufactured products nt home Create Farm Homes And if every farm In the United States were cut in nUll a new house created on it so that the number of farm homes and the capital in in and labor devoted to agriculture throughout the entire United States were thus doubled the result popunntlon factures timid our power ns a nation Iwaginutlon It is to time development of its vast ngrlcultural resources time of a closely settled population of farmers and gardeners who will culti Ito the soil by tho most Intensive methods time Middle West must destinyInpopulationThe y extending westward from the crest ol time All hnn3 Mountains to the one hundredth meridian the edge of time arid region and from the sources ol the Mississippi IMver on the north to its outlet to the on the south are so largely agricultural that It offers the ideal section of time earth for the development of a nation along the lines of Japanese development with a preponderating rural population There is no other section of time ngrleultural undeveloped tFor in fact they are undevelopedI We hove as yet hardly more than tickled the earth over this Immense area Our Own Country Wher we compare Japan with its dense population its wealth its revenues Its trade nUll commerce its national strength with tummy section of our own country equal to it in area and natural resources we are amazed at the great possibilities of future development In our own country The entire population of Japan is about fortyfive million of which thirty million Is a farming population and this vast population of thirty mil lon farmers and their families is sus twined on nineteen thousand square miles of irrigated laud There Is no agriculture in Japan but Irrigated agriculture They have learned that water Is the greatest fertilizer known to nature and save utilize it with the same care that they use every other available process for the fertili zation of their fields Nineteen thousand square miles Is an urea about one hundred and thirty live miles square and In a square in n corner of the State of Illinois the comparative size of which to the rest of accompanyhug to the amazement of nil other peoples on the earth has sprung to the front as one of the great world powers Source of Power And the nome Acre farms or gar dens the rural homes of Japan are the source of that national power Commenting on this the author of the article III the August mOl Book lovers Magazine quoted from above says In that article From what Its advanced agricult Tnpnnhnsmultiplying masses fast ueariiig the I WEST I Tho black square the above map tho total urea cultivated millions people have cnn made the driving fall mud two vested mid creation that Gulf and fifty million figure it has stacked up gold in its treasury has treated n great merchant marine 1ms captureda growing share of European commerce has already ontuiarshalcd commercial America on the Pacific line crowded Its cities with roaring factories nUll has given costly amid triumphant equip ment to its aggressive fleets and regiments I And it has accomplished all this out of the profit of harvests gleaned from a farm area scarcely large enough to afford storage room for the agricultural machinery in use in the United States Could there be u more striking proof of the oftquoted words of David Starr Jordan that Stability of national character goes with firmness of foothold on the soil Comparison of Arras Now compare Japan antI Its devel opment with the possibilities of devel opment in the Middle West The area of all the islands compris hag the Empire of Japan is 147055 square miles of this only 19000 square miles Is available for agricult ure for every available acre in that country Is cultivated Time total combined area of Wiscon sin Illinois and Indiana is 140350 square miles and it is sate to say that considerably more than half of this area probably more than two thirds is capable olpas close a cultivation and of sustaining ns dense a popula tion per square mile as the cultivated area of Japan Time water with which to irrigate It now runs to waste The water which Chicago turns Into her drainage canal Instead of producing agricultural wealth by Irrigating the lands of Illi nois produces law suits with St Louis because It runs to waste past that city to the Gulf of Mexico The time will come when irrigated agriculture in the Middle West will absorb every drop of water falling within that territory i And when the irrigation canals and the Irrigated farms of the Middle i West will dry up the Ohio and the Mississippi rivers just as irrigation t In the West has dried up Tulare Lake in California and is rapidly drying up the Great Salt Lake in Utah the Hoods of time Mississippi and its trlbn Caries will be led out through a net vork of canals large anti small nUll stored In reservoirs timid every drop devoted to beneficial use a use that will be so valuable that Its value for navigation will count for nothing In comparison It may be a great manj years before this will happen but 1 it Is certain to commie In no other way can the vast population with which this country will teem within a few hundred years be provided with tin food to sustain It Japan from her total area of 147 055 square miles of which only 1900 are cultivated collected an annna revenue before the Will with Ilusslsi began of 11114337125 and her exports amounted to 1124UOS9Uy The average population per squan mile of Japan is 19970 but only one seventh of her territory is actually under cultivation A Thousand Miles Square A section of our own country con tamed within n squaro extending one thousand tulles north from New Or leans and one thousand miles west from Plttsburg and containing one million square miles if as densely populated as Japan would sustain a population of 300000000 but a much squllrelucould be intensely farmed than in Japan where only oneseventh of tho total urea is cultivated On the 19000 square miles of land in Japan that is actually farmed they sustain 30000000 farmers It Is a safe estimate that at least onehalf of section cribed could be ns closely cultivated Japaurhoseoverfifteensquareutlleour own thousand toile square central offnrmlnhundredtoculture seems to the ordinary mind In credible but on the Island of Jersey off time English coast a population of squaremileculture In a eliminate by no means best farmingItI aretalkingfuture development and the facts and belookedbytheDegeneracy in England Dear in mind however again that ussumptlnn tain to a point of development already reached by the Japanese people and strengthIt lug time last haifcentury hits not been towards the land We have followed rathertllllllyearsJapan inhomeslone the contrary She hits driven her yeomanry from the farms to the cities where they have become factory operativest and degenerated physically nUll mentally to such n dc gree that the degeneracy of her citizenship now presents Itself to the statesmen of England as n most ap calling problem We are doing the same thing but ive arc not as yet feeling the effects of It so severely because we have still It larger proportion of our people on the land Back to the Land We have much to do to reverse the tide of population anti turn it from time cities Uncle to the land from time tenement to the garden It must not Jo imagined that it is necessary Lu order to accomplish this that the workers in our cities or in our factories should quit their present em ployment oath become farmers All that Is necessary Is that the facilities for rapid transportation afforded by our trolley system should be availed of to plant every factory family upon at least an acre of lured problemisthough the acre be used for nothing but to raise chickens nnd keep a goat The children of the family will Immure fresh all and sunshine and pure milk and will grow up to be healthy men und women Tine lever with which we must move our population bade to the land must be the public school system Gardens and Handicraft Every child in time public schools boy or girl must be trained from its earliest days of school life to culti rate the ground nUll make things grow in a garden and to raise poultry and do all that needs to bo done to provide the food for a family from on acre of Tumid Add to this a training in simple loyd work nnd homo handicraft cooking nnd sewing and making things for tho home and you win1 love created the impulse in the minds of the nultlplying millions of our children which will lead them to shun tie bricks and the asphalt the slums nnd time tenements as they would shun the plague mid lice from them far enough Into the country to have an acre at least for a home nnd a gar den Create this Impulse in the minds of our children the millions upon mil lions of them who are attending and vill attend our public schools and they will find n way to solve all time restof the problem how to get the lund and how to get back and forth to it if they continue to work In the city or the factory Some will say that school gardens cannot be provided for city children That Is a mistake Time only ditli Tho Newost and Best STRAP LOCKSare theYLYNCH PERFECTIONYALE PRINCIPLE culty in the way of it is a mere cus tom or habit easily modified The terms of school of all city schools should be changed There should be a short winter term dur- Ing which the time should be given to instruction from the books and in handicraft within doors There should be a summer term ot equal length during which the schools would be transferred to tho suburbs timid work In summer sciiool gardens The children should be taken buck anti forth to these summer school gar deus nt public expense ns they are how taken to and from the consoli dated rural schools on the trolley lines in some of the New England states The 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proflssorolloJohncompulsionFreucli Everybody Ills dress his tall furry French hat his sliver buckled French shoos Ho gentt jllttuncojl I li butt for raw Jokes I remember soI I well tho winter for It led me to her who has become tho light of my thoughtlesslyInto j greenlloththe old professor was wellnigh un conscious when I rescued him set him In a hansom and took him to his hocne A tiny cottage on a corner near tho outskirts of town where the river drive swept Into our little park how daysTherea their quiet happy life The professor was absorbed iu his hoops the daughter moved quietly around the house or attended her lowers So It was when I called a few nights f j slCOllIt1oll1 wire on I hind ample leisure And what a team love anti leisure make For fvo years more old Market Ferrlby was heaven I think I did myself credit In certain studies although the professor told me bland lly that I was so well posted in certain others that he would not Hnd It nec cssary to examine me which explana tion my parents swallowed without hesitation If I failed In any I must confess my greater interest at the lit manyhourspretty face and the land of voice that makes you think- I graduated with two precious possessions a heart and a diploma I HER PASSIONATELY THEM think I far outvalued the heart for there never was another like it and ever will bo Hut at my pater IrJlonehome Charters Court there was on the face of tho moon and a leather strap awaiting the youthful below So I deviated and spent a bliss ful month In France pending a reduc tion of the tempest For I hind told them of my engagement to Adelaide and my desire to marry her immedi ately and bring her home It will blow over I said to myself laughing at love letters from Adelaide and writing her a stream of tender re plies Then I got mad For sho told me her father old Henry had thrown a fit when she spoke of her contem plated cooperative Dissociation I r chased back to Ferrlby and dropped In at the house about tea II I ate a forml supper Old tinerYs manner chilled me to my splits and I could think of nothing Abutlytny gossip for I had graduated r Into in organization of prospective army olllcers Then I broke loose anti told him what I wanted while Adelaide dis erectly withdrew He was a stone post to my entreaty my demand my storm So as I had put pride beneath my heel and could not give her up I offered him a home an annuity an Indefinite leave of absence pay and expensesany old plan tha would give a exchange for his sorrow He shook hits head He 1 even swore at me In French And I then he called her in and made her dismiss me though she did It lii tears From India to Afrca from ice to equator I moved about through Eng lish Army Stations We were on tour of Englands outpostsone of the Y first school trips of the young officer I attained now grades and donnedl new uniforms I added stars ant bars cords and fringIrrI had be come a real soldier I even got ant some scrimmages with the blacks li inhabItedreturneetoat the little cottage and thither emptyAdelaides next dooryard and gave their tribute another The vines had come up run to seed twice since she picked their blossoms Neighbors said tho professor and his daughter left suddenly Some one heard him exclaim to some one elso1 go back to my kingly rights 1 am a mon archr1but was all Something clutched at my throat I was hardly i htecu Do you wonder I cried a lit tleI went to Paris and studied the great newspapers for months past One morning I found In a year old American New York Herald refer ence to the little kingdom of Barrat aria an Island in the northern seas The writer told of great fetes In the little town of a thousand souls over tho return of Its king driven out dur ing a revolution some years before Then my heart went sick for there was a picture of little Adelaide as quaintlacearound tho ears The old love re kindled I packed my grip and de parted for Barratarla on the night train Barratarla consisted of a city of some four thousand souls on a two lungheavywas an elevated plain built up solid with residences and warehouses Its people were welltodo Many of theta dried shiploads of herring and sole storing their packages of fra grant fish under open sheds or in loosely built frame barns Others splIHIIng resting hours In Barratarla Others JambIers by provinces And presently they were Intermarrying and rearing sons with more money than brains It is no wonder that the voters the native horn were turbulent When I ar organize1 a liberal Anyhow the little town was broken up into cliques and they were at ono anothers throats Opposite the City Hall Government troops sat on KISSED BEFORE ALL fair knapsacks and laughed about the pos sible end They were a brave rol licking fitful class these young stu dents and merchants of tho town They could forum instant attachments Hut they could forget as easily Hence their present bitterness- It took a passport and an International secret badge and password to get In at all Then weary to death after a threeday tail and boat voyage I went to bed in the only hotelToward morning I was awakened by gun firing I arose and dressed Immediately There was skirmishing to tho south where the Island ran off In a long neck of land Then I heard marching In the street near by and the rumble of cannon It was none of my business really but Ado lade or no Adelaide a British Army Otllcec cannot rest supinely In the midst of civil war even though It bo merely opera bouffe So I went among them as a citizen discreetly leaving my uniform in my portman teau In the dark for It was not yet morning I mixed with the crowd and caught the drift of the revolution They were tired of old John Henry now gracefully styled Enrique XVII For a time his return to Barrataria was tho occasion of festivities and theytTrastamara Adelaides distant cousin He was of royal blood and full of fire Why not make him king And I found by questioning that Trastamara the gambler and sport of time Island was laying wires along do vious paths to accomplish Just that end forcing the abdication of John nctalca7 jug Adelaide ns his queen I ground my teeth Sooner than see that sweet angel Trastamaras wife I would wet my sword in the villains blood and carry off the prize myself o I saw that notion was necessary if I were to accomplish anything and the next day early In the afternoon r attired in full uniform made my way d to the palace It was surrounded by 1 the Kings guards with Instructions I to admit only the annotated 1Iy- highland garb with kiltl and onpnnti e tartan and feather bonnet was un known in Hurra tarhi and attracted sonic attention 1 represented myself as u distant relative of the royal rum ily on an important mission and after bribing the guard was permit Presentlytheentreated me to follow him 1 passed through the marbleI I hulls of adlmla few minutes entered Adelaide my botllitook her to my heart 1 covered her dear face with kisses And when we were quieted I told her how 1 had found her and why I hud come She Insisted that it was no use that it ShehadTrastamara the gambler though she loathed him Oh Gregory she sobbed if we could only be back In the little cottage In Ferriuy daysthe frequent glimpses of her dear face the haunting fear of Trastauiaras schemes For two weeks 1 remained at the hotel while the revolution smouldered and I racked my bruins for a method of resetting Adelaide Then my plan formed I sat still and awaited the crucial moment It was the night of the annual Grand State Ball With a somewhat doubtful heart I entered tho palace In full uniform wuh short Scotch sword Before many minutes I was summoned by Adelaides Chamber lain to meet her in the dancinghall and thither I went for u brief dance gUIlLllIlIga darkbrowed desperado 1 had learned though ho knew It not that he had several hundred trusty follow ers in the palace and out ready to rush to his call He hitch planned to carry out his scheme that night 1 knew all this timid I alone mill almost emptyhanded was there to ball him After our dance I stud an opportu nity to draw Adelaide into the con servatory I abjured her to go with me buck to England to leave the place with all Its bickerings Lund plot ting and be my bounlo English wife But father she faltered they would tear him to pieces If they found me gone And yet Gregory dear 1 believe he would go If he had a chance He Is so feeble so sick of It all If you could talk with him Suddenly Adelaides eyes grew big and dark with fright My Lack was to the door and 1 had one hand on her waist smoothing her dear hair 1IIJlWIllttween the great leaves of a palm grinning hatefully was Trastamara lie disappeared The next moment there was a hub bub in the hallhThe King I heard them cry Tho King Come with me quick said Adelaide in tin ox onlJhanleshe drew me Into the ballroom and up on to the stage The crowd approached us on tiptoe with excltment for Trasta mama had undoubtedly spread the news III the front came the king with brilliant robes and jew gilled crown How old and feeble he looked How worn and tired But he had lost none of his proud auger of old days liaising his mace he called aloud That man Is an litter loper lie has designs on the body of tit king l Put him out Banish him Away with hint I turned to Adelaide She stood there tremulous Tier eyes shining like stars an adorable creation On sud den Impulse I threw one arm about her and kissed her passionately be fore them nIl Then facing the clowdlhe princess is my atlianced wife I cried Let him who dares put foot on this platformrI drew my sword Just in time Brave as a iota Trastamara leaped upon tho platform mind carne tit me snarling He held a short knife in Ills right humid and circled for an opening Dog I cried Letting out with my sword I fetched him a mighty stroke across the temple 11111 he rolled buck Into the crowd There was now a babel In the hall rillpossibility of defense was tit an end for I heard orders outside mind knew that soldiers were approaching A door stood open behind us I took pushedheryourlifelightlyBehindand the crowd of gay dancers Old John Henry had thrown aside his long robes and his crown and was sprinting after me in excellent style At the bottom of a long High of stone steps we opened a massive door and found ourselves at the great southern gate of tho palace A twohorse emir riage stood outside It is my own cried Adelald It has boon waiting since noon Wo are saved The door of time palace closed with a secret spring but not soon enough to keep buck old John Henry He Flipped through looking very odd in his short tunic and bare head shorn of his kingly habiliments But It slammed in the face of tho crowd and we three were alone Adelaide leaped into the carriage With a smothered oath John Henry Jumped after her He hall no thought hut to capture his daughter The sol diers could take cure of me But this was exactly what I wanted I slipped in beside Adelaide closed the door called to tho driver to make across tho southern bridge at top speed nnd wo wore off without a sin gle pursuer A moment later tho king camo at me with knotted bloodthirsty fingers He was iu a fearful rage I met Jilm halfway with my fist beneath his chin Ho doubled up like a jack knife and knew no more untlll we were on tho mainland In u fast train for Purls reeling off the miles between Hell and Heaven Henry took it unkindly but in time he became grateful to mo for saving his life For it was really planned that night to make way with him and to turn Adelaide over to Trastamara Adelaides clllckons have come back singing the vines curl up with delight and tho flowers bloom themselves to death all for the lady in the little cottage Old Henry is in his heaventhe library Adelaide is in hers tho nursery I am busy and contented I have fought the good fight I have won my queen Preservative For Stone The Hungarian chemist Brun says he has discovered a liquid chemical compound which renders certain kinds of matter proof against the effects of time He says it doubles the density of nearly every kind of Btpno and ren ders it water proof COURT NOTES The Strange Mystery of the Haunt ed Room Revealed to Lord Glnmls Lord G la mis son of the Earl and tlgeHelllemlJrHaunted Room was communicated to him by his father This has been an invariable practice on such occa sions from time IimmemorialI What secret tho Haunted Room contains is supposed to bo passed on to every heir as ho attains his majority Thus Its precise nature IIK In the possession of never more than two persons nt tho summit time Conjecture nut traditions st agolienat feud a number of the latter clan partlculu some uncanny peculiarities appears to be beyond a doubt for the lute Lord Strathmore had It walled up after vis iting the apartment olio night to de termine the origin of certain weird longtimeEarl opened the door with a key wroto a correspondent to n Dr Lee and dropped back in a dead swoon into the tums of his companions nor could he ewer bo induced to open his lips on the subject afterward The experiences of a lady visitor at the cas tie ate quoted In till book Haunted MRS ARTHUR PAGET Homos and Family Legends Sud denly so the story runs a cold blast stole Into time ladys room extinguish lug the light by her bedside Sic saw a tall mailed figure pins Into the dressingroom Immediately thereafter there was a shriek from her chill In an adjoining room Her maternal instinct was aroused She rushed Into time dressingroom and Pound the child in an agony of fear It described what It had seen as a giant who came and leaned over Its fact Time operation Mrs Arthur Paget un derwent recently nt the hands of Sir Alfred Frlpp was a very delicate and wonderful one though thoroughly sue cessful More than a year ago Mrs Pajjot fell down an elevator shaft and fractured her thigh The bone failed to mend and in spite of an operation and a special course of treatment un der Prof Ilafla the great Berlin spe 1st Sir Alfred Frlpp took a photograph of the injured bones by means of tthe Roentgen rays which showed that time fracture was ns bad as ever It was necessary to make an incision so that the fractured bones could bo reached Those were screwed together with it is confidently believed lorYlnndfew months time they will knit and become strong enough to bear the weight of tho body In spite of the agony extending over thirteen months which Mrs facet has endured she is able to drive out every day in an open carriage Mrs Puget recently visited the new ward at CharlngCross Hospital built from the proceeds of a great charity bazaar she organized and called the Minnie puget ward It contained many fracture clues aril Mrs Pagct cheered the sufferers great ly by her hopeful conversation which was appreciated even more than the gifts of fruit and flowers she bore to each patient Of Abdul IIanlids two predecessors the one was assassinated time other went mad and was deposed These two tragical events have made the Sultan immensely suspicious Always keeping watch against conspirators he regards as his most faithful and useful servitors the men who spend their time In discovering his enemies in finding out their plans and in prevent ing tho execution of these plans The best rewarded will be ho who has given his Majesty the most exhaustive informationAs wants to obtain such reward all keep busy collecting Information Constantinople is a perfect paradise for the secret polio In all classes of Ottoman society you encounter the secret agent and the very highest dignitaries gladly furnish tho Sultan with confidential in formation Van Calava BneottriiKcincnl to Young Writers To young and ambitious writers who become discouraged at the nonaccept anco and nonappearance In print of their accepted articles It will be inter esting to know what Edward Clarence Stedman writes In n current magazine that Mr Fields of tho Atlantic Monthly once advised him that ho had lots of stuff which had been in an unpublished state for five years Stedman adds that one of 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the In the and on its less of the of on the Is the and of in the thIs has so that now Its In by the tens of mil The first of the seed In a few of seed a or n or It has come to for t ware and to of the The were the first of Into this for of the by In OUT IN and of wore of as were of life corn and Urns were also set out that In 17Go a of IL Ijust The fol year an was by 11 tiles that he had some for stilt In and llnx were for sale as as 1755 be fog the In the was the city for till salt of In liti out of In the Ga six were In Dur Harvesting A Grpwing Seeds for Market Good Seeds Are Half the Battle GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL most thriving businesses United States today whIch seemingly carries work regard fluctuations stocks great exchanges growing selling seeds From small beginnings colonIal period business grown value measured liens bcglnnnig business commenced small shops where boxes shared corner with codfish shelf with calicoes books Today claim Itself Immense houses business establishments having Interests which extend every portion globe Pilgrims probably Introducers seeds country they brought with them seeds plants cultivated them their BEATING HEMP SEED KENTUCKY English Dutch homes These course such plants considered necessaries barley while fruit trees Knrly records show Nathaniel Bird book deuler New port advertised garden seeds arrived from London lowing aimoumement node Gideon choice PonnictUut onion seeds New York city hemp seeds advertised early Boston however commercial center early days chief garden seeds twen tysix advertisers Boston zette dealers seeds Sorghum Seed III- Ncbrasa Few Pumpkins For Seed lug the War for Independence the ad vertising of this commodity apparently ceased although It Is hardly believed that there was not a time but what one could purchase seeds In any of the large cities or that period A Pioneer Seedsman In 17SfI David Landreth commenced operations in Philadelphia Bernard MMnliun In that same city in 1SOO while In 1S05 Grant Thorburn began to sell seeds in New York By 1830 the population had increased from about three million In liDO to ten und a half millions To meet the growing demand for vegetables and flowers these ten and a half millions required more than three and a half times as many seeds as were used In liDO Dealers established themselves in the principal cities and crossed the mountainsAlong the reaching out for trade carne tho Increasing size and prominence of the catalogue The ear Best seed catalogues were mere lists not Intended for general distribution Thorburn probably Issued the first seed catalogue ns early ns 1823 shortly after the civil war the cata logue became more prominent Its size was Increased and a few Illustra tions appeared Novelties were not as numerous twenty years ago as they are today they were not given so much attention either Today there Is not an hnportnnt catalogue but gives considerable spare to novelties Seedsmen are on the alert for novelties they are the money makers The profuselyIllustrated seedmans agent Is a textbook of hor ticulture Millions of these books find their way Into rural homes and become the basis by which the amateur gardener derives n knowledge of varieties and even methods of growing plants under varied conditions Seed Growing n Big Industry The seed trade has changed quito ns much as has the catalogue first with Its woodcut engravings to excellent FIELD GROWN L halftones and color plates The bar rel of pests first sold In Newport has I grown to hundreds of bags and the few thousand packets to millions The modern seed house has every mechanical contrivance to aid In making the business economical and systematic From the cellar to the mailing room everything Is so arranged that orders may be filled with accuracy rand dispatch During the late summer and early fall catalogues are prepared for mailing and seeds packed in read I lies for distribution While one hundred utters u day was considered a large business thirty years ago some houses now receive over six thousand dally during the busy season Of course to supply this enormous trade much attention must be paid to the growing of the seed The present development of gardenseed growing began when David Landretli estab lished a small seed farm at Philadel phia in 17S1 During the Civil War l this country largely depended foreign markets for seeds but uponII 1SIJO and 1870 as many seed were established as hind been during the thirty years before the conflict Growers also became expert and the gtfromas he could save himself and at less cost The business of seedraising in creased rapidly after the war farms being established in various parts of tho eastern United States In 1S7J seed growing commenced In Callfor win when II W Wilson planted 50 acres to beets onions lettuce and carrots for seed purposes i Two Thousand Acre Seed Farm Prom this beginning the business irons grown to enormous proportions Now a single firm of growers devotes annu f ClOpSOnioncrops while carrot celery leek env live kale kohlrabl parsnips and parsley are nil grown by California seed growersashowedthat596 seed farms containing 1695S0dacres time census of 1000 with incom pleto returns showed more thorn 2500 seed farms The Census OHlce made an effort to collect statistics of seed growing farms but owing to the re irnnshandling thmthecomplete islooted I Flower seeds have been regularly at nOw THE ELEPHANT GOT HIS TUSKS I grown In this country for at least fifty years The amount raised even at tho present time Is not sufficient to meet the trade and tho greater part of the flowerseed sold Is Imported from EuropeImportance of Seed Testing Since the days of tradition a great deal of attention has been paid to seed testing for quality of germination Seeds have been floated or hav been heated until they popped they have been broken and the fracture noted they have been cut and judged by the appearance of the inside Various experiment stations of the United States have for n long time paid much attention to practical seed testing The Department of Agricul ture for nearly eight years has con ducted a trial ground in connection with its seed laboratory where studies LIES FOR HlLBS of varieties aro made Samples are also planted of the vast quantities of seed suit out for Congressional dis tribution The Department has in fact done much to purge the country of dishonest seed dealers and a large force is constantly employed securing seeds front dealers and testing them A CLOVER SEED STORE IIOCSE both with regard to their germlnatlve quality und their trueness to name There is great opportunity for adulter ation and many farmers are apt to consider they are saving money If they can get sods at a reduced rate find theyhnties or that perhaps 50 per cent of their seeds fall utterly of germination Personal Seed Tests The average farmer however would do well to carry on a little seed test 1 hug establishment of his own each bythef act the Department will send any ody a pamphlet describing simple methods of testing seeds Firms with any reputation behind them can not afford to work off poor seeds nUll if n lot of seed is tested nd found to be defective in germlna flee qualities the seedsmen will prob ably stand ready to supply n good anti o In Its place The fnultln fact may not be tho seed mans Although tho seed dealers attempt to convey the idea that they raise their own seeds on their own farms such n practice is manifestly impossible where vast sup plies of seeds are furnished They raise some of the seeds but large quantities are contracted for by them with other growers laid farmers and there always a chance of the seeds uponSogrower to test each batch of farm or garden seeds which tie expects to plant Time test which ho can make will show him nothing regarding vari sties he may be getting a common cabbage Instead of some highpriced novelty that can only be determined the end of the year but the gov ernment experiments along this linen r effectually holding the more irre sponsible seedsmen in line and the farmer himself can check up with his germination Seeds Germinate Quickly tromthlloquired is very slmpcn pan some cotton flannel or cotton batting a little water and a warm place In tho kitchen A stitch in time often saves nine and n little trouble a month be fore planting time way wake the farmer or the gardener considerable money and conduce greatly to his hap piness and good temper Nothing is certainly more aggravating than to plow tine the ground well plant and then as the golden moments of spring youngeplants to appear or secure only a stand V TUB WOODMAXS STRIDE With a Long Swinging Step lie Covers Much Ground and Pre serves a Perfect Balanced woodman walks with a rolling motion his hips swaying an inch or more to the stepping side and his pace Is correspondingly long Ills hip ac tion may be noticed to an exaggerated degree in tide stride of a professional pedestrian but the latter walks with a heelandtoe step whereas an Indians or sailors step is more nearly flatfooted In the latter case the center of gravity is covered by the whole foot The poise Is as secure as that of a rope walker The toes are pointed straight forward or even n trifle inward so that the In side of the heel the outside of the ball of the foot and the smaller toes all do their share of work and assist In bal ancing Walking In the woods In this manner one Is not so likely to trip over projecting roots stones and other traps ns he would be if the feet formed hooks by pointing outward Tile ad vantage Is obvious In snowshoeing If the Indian were turned to stone while In the act of stepping the statue would probably stand balanced on one foot Ills gait gives the limbs great control over his movements Ho is always poised If a stick cracks under him It Is because of his weight and not by reason of the Impact lIe goes silently on and with great economy of force Ills steady balance enables him to put his foot down as gently as you would lay an egg on the table American Chccsc Production Twenty years ago the cheese supply of Great Britain was largely furnished by the United States but today Can ada has taken the lead and far out- strIpped us as an exporter of this com modity In 1SSO the United States sent 131208770 pounds of cheese to Great Britain while In 1001 only 25180000 pounds were shipped to that country Canada on the other hand exported over 31000000 pounds twen tyfive years ago as against 212852322 pounds last year This loss of trade however has not been injurious but on the other hand is caused through nn excess of consumption at home over production while reverse conditions prevail with our Canadian neighbor Canada was thus forced to seek the British markets for her plethora and to fill up the place left vacant In that market by the withdrawal of the Unit ed States therefrom While the United States 4n 1000 manufactured nearly 282000000 pounds of cheese the per capita fac tory production was only 37 pounds whereas on the other hand in 1001 potmdsfurnisidnginhabitant It Is therefore shown by a report from ConsulGeneral IloIlo way of Halifax that the Canadian export trade to which every one of our neighbors points with pride was not gained at the expense of the Unit ed States for they must export their cheese or get snowed under llleI production t sumption I I Mulberry Fences Thoro are but few fences In Ja pan Tho mulberry tree is planted Instead tho leaves of which furnish food for sills worms Nearly 200000 acres are thus utilized A CALIFORNIA ONION PATCH I is CARRY A DIG STICK Cane Preferred to Revolver by Detectives President Roosevelts epigram Speak softly and carry a big stick has been quoted all over tho world said an expert fencing master who has taught sword practice In a dozen of the worlds capitals And it Is good advice literally as well as figu ratively Do not provoke quarrels avoid them if you can But be prepared for u tight corner Mutiny night policemen and detectives 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Bettie Baumann f Louisville wore at their mother lOine at Andy vi lie to attend the edding of their slater Miss Lena to IM Crecelius of Missouri last Thurs ay Tho largest yield of corn to be reo orted in Meade county is from the arm of Alonzc Moremen just above own The shredder has boon at work I JT Mr Moremon the past week and Htwo bushels hits been the yiel Wfacre en far This is for river bot om Mr Moremen is expecting to ave 13 000 bushels of corn this year Hon W A Stith wife and child n of Stith Valley were guests of Jr and Mrs Geo Vorland last voek Mr Stith has just purchase lio R P Adams farm of 170 acres or 11400 Mr btith says there lias hen several farms to cnanga hands in Hlth Valley in the last taw wsek loci gavo us the transfers which are ail i vs Boss Miller has purchased the 1V H Cain tarm containing 57 crcs for 1000 The R H Pratt f farm containing 180 acres 1118 eon purchased by R It IDowoll for 1K2H J 7 Burnett has bonght the 1 Conner furm of 210 acres Consid ration 0000 C A Montgomor urchasea the Frank Rawlings Farr 1r 3800 J M Williams bought the ilbert farm containing 31 acres or i200 Gilbert Wright purchase Imo Nancy Wright place of 90 acrre or 150 Joseph Wright bought the Aidow Adams place of 80 acres for 15D =Son Iost Mother Consumption runs in our family ind through it I lost my mother write q E B Reid ot Harmony Me JlJ the past live years however on ho tightest sign of a Cough or Cold have taken Dr Ktngs New Discov ry for Consumption Which haa save min from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr teidbut he learned that lung tronbl nnst not be neglected and how to ure it Quickest relief and curs for onghs and colds Price OOc and 100 uaranteed at Short S Haynes drui tore Trial bottle free Capt Dougherty in City Oapt and Mrs F M Dougherty 01 Louisville formerly of this city were here last Wednesday and Thurs ay the guests of Mr and Mrs M pJFreeman of near town and D- Jonet Mrs J T Owen Capt Dougherty was the nropnoto oftho old Cloverport hotel a nnu her n ears ago and he and Mrs Donghert rgtwell Known here The present surrey which is being Ihtk of the Ohio river looking to ItWlrds important improvements i rgely due to thin efforts of Capt Don r thtJn P t A CLEAN MA- Naside cleanliness is less than hal- f4attle A man may scrub himself a dozen times allayanu oth1t be unclean Good health means cleanliness not only outside but in ride It means n clean stomach clean bowels clean blood a clean1 liver and new clean healthy tissues and G bcrs in every organ of the body The man who is clean in thi3- way will look it ail act it He will work withn energy and think clean clear health Jfioughls Cv He wilt never te troubled with liver- Iuifg stomach or blood disorders Dye ypepsla add indigestion originate it unclean sromachs Blood diseases are wind whde there is unclean blood ousu option and bronchiti mean unclean lungs Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases It makes a nlans iftsides clean and healthy It cleans the digestive or gans makes pure clean blood and clean healthy flesh It doesnt make the flabby fat of corpulency but the finn flesh of health It restores toile to the nervous system and cures nervous exhaustion am prostration It contains no alcobo to inebriate or create craving for injuri oils stimulants IMr John L Coughenour of Glen Savage Somerset Co Pa writes My appetite WIJ unusually poor and I was as weak and nen OWl as though I had been starved for month Mr heart kept throbbing continually and I wa hort of breath finally I wrote to yon for ad dieand you informed ins that t had JadlestOI and a torpid liver I did not think your dfg ooaia was right but I ordered six bottles 6 Golden Medical nlcovery from you an befal- Ita l use After ushlg three bottles I begalJ to1- mPfIr lowly and soon went to work and I hay he tworlingeversinceConstipation most unclean un cleanliness Dr Pierces Pleasaal Pel lata cure it they nevar crritwt subscriptions to defray tbo expenses of the survey nnd to otherwise awaken interest in the work at points along the stream rapt Donghcrty ia very proud of the part he had in getting the government to wako the survey Has Barber Shop in City Walter Kinur of Louisville was hero last Wednesday and Thursday it being his first visit since ho left here six years ago He is tbo pioprieti of u barber shop in Louisville Favored by dote Parties Republicans and Democrats aliKe praise Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and all throat nntl1ung diseases as no other remedy can compare with it It is safe ono sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main St Gloucester Mass writesilFolsy Honoy and Tar cured me of a very bad cough which I had fo thr ee months though other remedies failed to benefit moo I can highly recommend it for coughs and colds For sale by A R Fisher Goes to Jonesboro Ark W H Coombs formerly with tilo Breckenridge Democrat was here last week en route to Tone boro Ark where he has securi a position with tho Evening Sun a dully nowapaper of that city Every ounce of food you eat that fails to aigest does a pound of harm It turns the entire meal into poison Tnis not only deprives the blood ot the necessary tissue building inatoria out it poisons it Kodol Dyspepsia Juro is a perfect digestant It digests UII food regardless ot the condition of thl stomach It allows that organ to rest and get strong again Relieves Belchiuj Heart BurnHonr Stomach Indigestioi Palpitation of the Heart etc Sold tall Drugcistn The UruiuuierN FurliiiiKli Countless Irttnmier boys have swell ell the rolls of heroic clmls and till heart of ninny u stslu olllr r has Ill1I moved to pity for the childish ilniui uioi8 in his regiment In the critict days of till civil tour mi order wall i sued that tinder iiu circnuisiaiicf fihouM a furlough lie grainsl Its theu Genenil Scott a Ohio drumim boy aged thirteen liecunn turrilil homesick and hungry form sight of Li mother Poor little General Scott lie 11I11 been in many battles always obetlkn find fearless lint he was beaten lit lust Ills lip quivered and his eye tilled with tent The bandmaster wrote out a brie I statement of till ease but earefull avoidedl asking for u furlough HllIll4cllt General Sooty with It up time Hm of officers Generals Coinly Ilnyes am Crook each added a line and t lieu IIt wIs laid before Kherldun No furlough CUll be granted wroi the hero of Winchester but Gcnem Scott IsI hereby ordered to repair tll his mother and to report again ll hcndquartert In thirty days Tim it was that one drummer boy wen home on duty Youths Companion fluted IIIIIK One of tho exhibits III au Knglisl auatomleal museum IIs a collection of three lungs preserved In alcohol Oi one baud is an exhllill almostt purl while while the third Iis jet black tin one between helm u dirty guy The iirst was taken from au Kskiiiu who all his life heal inhaled the pure IIh of his northern home The black WIoI taken from a miner who hail spen years in time production of coal Tin third was froth the body of a londoi man nod the tint was produced by tin inhalation of the soot carried in I ill I airIt isI n certain fact thai the lungs of the miner were in a more healthy slat thiiti those of time city dweller slnet the grit In Itli tissues was Ipure 0111 dust while tlu discoloration the nthei was due not alone to soot but to tin dust of a cllys streets composed of II thousand and one deleterious elements The Skippers Coiuiiirnl A burly thick headed skipper hint been civeu the command of a Htlli steam collier Going up with great pride on to thin bridge of hits new ship the first thins Ural caught his eye sing time engine room telegraph Whalt that for he demanded Why thait goes down to the engine room wuf the reply You see all the orders 01 ilFull speed half Slow Stop You just have to move the handle The old man was charmed If Au put time handle to Full will site gang fill speed Why certainly An If An put the handle to Slop will she stopI gauging Certainly The old star was still more charms Finally after thinking some time he heaved a great sigh of pleasure Why thats limit inau Thats clever That does away with all thorn saucy Imps o engineers The Drum l The history of time drum goes back to the childhood of the world Tin Orecks ascribe Its Invention to Bac chus Time Egyptians hind It at least lGOO years before Christ Pizarn l ound drums in South American tom I pies The snakes of Ireland wo arc told lied from the Island before the drumbeats of St Patrick Our Purl i tau ancestors used the drum as a jhurch bell When Sir Edmund Andror ordered the drums to strike up to frown tho voice of protesting colonists the lights in the Hartford council chain r ber went out and the charter of Con Z aectlcut disappeared in the darkness c to tho safer shade of the Charter oak Youths Companion Subscribe for the News NEW WINTER RESORT SEASON 19051906 The Beautiful Sapphire Country To tau man whoso imagination I is fed with facts and fortified with oV sorvation the sounern portion ot tho United State will always seem tho favorite child of Omnipotence and its handmaiden Nature Practically every resource that ministers to the wealt and greatness of u people has been lavishly placed within its borders Though the Creator of this full tosruied magnificence dwells neitbe here nor there but everywhere w like in nil reverence to call these Southern States indeed Gods cone try Ono who knows tho South realizes hew after material gifts had hoon so generously bestowed time dosignin power completed its work by dotting it liberally with those liuperatlv auxiliaries ot moaorn civihzation resoits summer nUll winter In the caso of the South these resots blive proven not only protectors for our peoples health they are addingI uow and they will add substantially in the future to our actual wealth The Florida resorts need no detaile eulogy at this date They have won al ready thousands of weallthy Nartneic ers anti Southerners from time lure of the European spa or the call of tho Riviera A more wonderful conquest and ono whicn should interest the entire South is that of the radian Sapphire country that Eden of tbl North Carolina mountains with tho word Toxaway has whichI separably identified Its beauties an its health compelling qualities bar been open to civihzntiou tor only a few years relatively yet Toxaway means to a host of Southern and Nottb urn people today rereation and recur eration under conditions us ideal no can be arranged by the copartnersbi of moan and Nature The six hotels under the rnanagemen ol the ToxawHy Hotel Company with Mr J U Burrows at its head bar been insturnientul this rapid achievement The Sapphire country itself had done the rest The hostelries have been artfully located gutting the wid Iwnefiis which come from altitude runuing from 2jrO to 4780 feet ThtI tar reaching estate ot Toxaway com prlpus UlOOU acres in which an mom thou aeventyHve wIllis of brook ltId river fishing yielding time gamest of game trout In the rugged recedes or tho estate there art dent wild tnrke and rullVd grouse with bears lane undI there and occasionally quail The thre likes like ehiuiuiering sapphireI splashed down in tilt heart of tho mountains with the winding foros roads create indellible impressions of tho place With the opening of the wintn I season Tosaway Innthl greatest or all the Toxavny resorts announce I itself ready for business for time approaching season after having nom pleted till most srccessful surname season irnown in the history of South ern resorts From this time on this institutioi I becomes not only a auiuuier but iaI winter resort appealing to the Soutl in tbe summer unIt to the north inI winter It is on the direct line ofr travel from eastern mind western point of Florida anti Manager Burrowe has made every arrangement to catchI the business as it goes to and conies from Florida And it is safe to say that those who top to take in the beauties of the31 Toxaway country will bo amply com pcnsated for in the matter of scenii attractions there is nothing llike it tbis side of tho Hooky Mountains Consti tutioii Atlanta ta Oct 1 11105 A Wonderful Automaton In the year 1770 the most wonderful automaton Utah has ever been con structed WitS exhibited at lKxctcr ex Lhange London This niitoniatie won tiN reiirosontud a country gentlemanI house and was of such Intricate millI elaborate construction that no one disputed the claim of the exhibitor whetI lie declared that he had worked twenty seven years in perfecting It It showeI the regulation English country house with pucks gardens cascades teniplcs bridges etc besides over 100 appro priatcly chute human llgures in the gar leas on the bridges chopping woodL and at various building operations It1 the park were severalI deer moving naturally about and four horses mill a conch following the meandering road Resides time above the llguros of boys were seen fishing from the bridges while a boat loud of ladles mind gentlemen regularly rowel across au en largement Iu the brook much to the consternation of the natural looking figures of geese and ducks which were paddling about in tIll water The whole of those animate nit inanimate figures were Inclosed In a space only four and One hnlf feel square CATORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears mh- oSigitaturo I of uzrm StrnnKP Immitlon A ttaro woman was heard to remar that she WitS going to build a cond lion to her resldenie so as mime ouM iiscertnin hjr frlemls avid mo hOll tilily Site was Kolng to have a purgalor on top of tho house anil a memonti dam mill lit iij will Indesceut light for em to lemonade onJlempht3 Sclui tar llcnil Vonr Letter Knln Never mnll a letter written at 1I1t until It has been reronff In the inornlui You may mtilerlnlly 1 retliice time iiuinbi of your correspondents by 1 slstlng iIII this course limit yon will guilt In rcpt tatiou for prudence mull coniinoii Healil0 What seems philosophy by eanillellgl is but folly by dtty and the brllllanc of night lucks sparklo in the morning IVriminl- Do you really inalntaln Unit titer exist dogs vho art more Inlcl1I lIt than their ninstersV Certainly Such clever animals IIrp rare hut Ive got u i olntorwhnt nre all you clnips laughing about T ThU Life of Ourx At the end of life we discover tlJllt we have passed nearly onehnlf of it Iu been hippy wiilioiil realhUng It tail the other In tiitnglniui that u were nilwrtble Never yit tens the voice of consclcm hind rltliotit 1Hlrllnitlon Jameson Nature needs only u Little Early liise now tend then tc keep the bowel door the liver active and tho system free from bite headaches constipntior etc The famous little pills Earl Risers are pleasant in effect and pel feet in action They never rl ptor sicken but tones mind strengthen tilt liver and Kidneys Sold by all Drug gists LOWEST SPECIAL HOMESEEKERSRATES 1HER HADG TO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY I TEXASII I AND TilE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA 1 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry = c = = TilE HENDERSON ROUTE == = = = = c = In connection with all other routes Tickets on sale November 7th andII 21st December 5th and 19th All tickets will hear final limit 2 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- lieneral Passenger Agent loulsiille Kj J II GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent S600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Joirmil Henrf Wntter ons paper wants to share the profits ol this pro perou year with iti subscribers It proposes to give aua f twentv Christmas presentH ranging from jl 0to20 amounting to 600 in all There wIll be four general presents of 100 Sit ti3O and iff10 and sixteen pre seats of 311 and iMo be given in the slates of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair aup simple Write to the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy off the weekly Courier Journal giving full1 details It will be sent free = Cheaper Rates Southwest Less than one way rare for tht ound trip on Oct y and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Dec 5 and 10 Tc points in the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis and Cotton Belt Route You can affoid to go now nearly us heap traveling as staying at home Write for maps and literature on joutheaat Missouri Arkansas Northwest Louisiana Texas Also cost of ickets time of trains etc 1 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 3W LaBEAUME GP TA St Louis Alo Cotton Belt Route VJie nivrr Jordan Concerning that unique stream the river Jordan Dr IIWiey in Hie lor dun Valley maul feting aTilts Icr haps the siniiiK1 thing almuiI silly fi mous river Is what iiiinc ol she un elects ever gnelltl tliid iti I mi was inoftly lioinw the Jrvil nt ttin siThey jniiriiyed up uiul IHWI tlit vn Icy since Inlort the day of 11adur they clliiibed down Hit roads frtn n rusnlem to lericho aud up lute Moii and IMnin Ihey built ruad 1111 iii west of the lordttn Ihey LiiiU 111 and brides nnd cltlex furI Inlow IIlevel of the Mediterranean timlI VIM ia er seem to hnv tuiMp Htiil ihii ili slrt ain differed from most of llu rimj r of time globe Iu this renMii lireelI ItoimiUH and Mwliniiiaiedaii lel vv Chrlstluin suit crusuder knew ev ere nook ami cranny nt itr winding course but failedI to realize Hint whiles iiii betid untl sourer n stiMl highou nolihi riurmons side its month in the lIICII- Isa was fill below the surfacei of tin hitbltnblc world libel all tilt Hurrtuiiid ing OOOHII8 Cll mil 111ltlM limit late ut Oofiir When the Jest use WIII4 made of the iiiiluru ga wells people of a eeruiii class wore much tllsturbed All sort of evils worn predUueil and warnin letters wore rwviveil by the etiinpiiiiif In bart One man seat u cuutloi atrainst1 boring nuub Into the euiih The worltl wni n hollow sphere In sold filled with Iu tjaseoiiH substniuv and llutiUnx like a Imlloou in space IIf the gilt were allows to t + ape dleaslpi- tvoulll follow Anottier elniiiilnj to I a U scientific inuii iMMUred the owners of a well unit any tire coming In comae with till esenpiiiK gee would IK com nmiilcateii to Ihs gas beneath nil Ruse terrllle explosions Men air Ino Inquisitive he sued They peer lluo far Let theta beware The RUM rem padts hero kept on borliiK and till world tins so far held itself together Mlcliiifl AneeloN Vmv Ih story ini lold but with no solu foiindiitlnu that Kaphuel bad homier taken to decorate the walls of time man slon of ttirdlnul Knruoslna on tin banks of the Tiber on the cO III II 1 Inn that no one should see his work uuti it was enmpletMl Mlchiiel Aupeli took an oath thatI he would sine this work Pltnlimx his opimrlunlt when the urtlftl came Into to work am disguised as II seller of cake mid slay he illMiraeteti lime uUentton of thosip round thin smffoltiI that was prepare by offerinj to thPin his wares ami an centlbi lie drew upon the wall It i I gantlr heittl of Jupiter multi hurrlcdlj left tin ImlMliiir his vow limits aeeom pllsheil When Unpliael presenlly ctuin lie instantly exeln imeil nn seeing tin sketch MicllilH1 Aliffelof Mild left the palnce iiivcr lo return- Counterfeiting The Genuine I Folty iSr Co Chicago originate Money and Tar as a throat and lung I remedy mind on account of tno rea merit and popularity of Foley Honey and Tar ninny imitations nr oftered for tin genuine Ask fo Foloys Honey nUll Tar nUll rtfus II anj substitute ottered as no other I preparation will givi the same sat i ifaction It iis mildly laxative I contains no opiates Roil is safest fo children and delicate prsuns Fo sale bv A n FisherI HOSPITALS CROWDED MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOMEN tars Pinfchani Advlff Saves Many From this Had and Costly Experience I f1nr la1 lolldnnms It is a Mad but trite fnet that everv yeae tiiinff an In reuse in the- nunllarofuperar lerfnrUlotliI ourI hospital tlrethumithroefonrtht patient lyingI j on those blow white bed are women and girls who are awaiting or reroverinjr from U1Hre tions made necessary by neglect Every one cif these had plenty of wnrnitiff in that bearing down feeling pain at the left or right of uwomb nervous exhaustion pnln in thlll Biunll of the ImcU leiieorrliwa dlzzi ness flatulency displacement of the womb or irrepnlnriticv All of these syrnptoniB aw itilicntinns ofIUI unhealthy condition of the ovaries cc womb rind If not heeded the trouble will innko headway until the penalty has to be paid by n dangerous opera tion mid n lifetime of impaired useful ness II t best while in ninny citse tiles results are fatal The following letter should bring hope to MilVeriiiflr women Miss Luella A lamof the Colonnade Hotel Set e Wnftli writes Dear Mr Pinkhmn About two year ago I ww a gnat wz fer r front a severe foninle trouUe pains sad headaches ITwtloctor prescribed furuteaad finally told me that 1 bad a tumor OIl tM womb suit unlit iiiHlfrao nn ojwrittloii it I tattled to get well 1 felt that thi was atr loath wniTunt hut I spent hundred of dol Tara tot iiHxlkttl help hilt the tumor kept Krowliii Fortunatelv corresponded with an aunt in the New States and thu atlvlJll1 me t take Lydia Ir linkhlUnlI Veg stable red ns it was wild tu sure tu than Imild so amid itnnwdlatiiy Ixigao to improve in health and I was entirely cured the tumor disappearing entirely without or operation 1 wish every miflerinK wotrmlgla would try this great preparation Just tu MI rely as Miss Adams was cured of the troubles enumerated in her letter just so surely will Lydia 1 Iinkliains Vegetable Compound care every woman in the laud who stiffen from womb troubles inilnmnmtion of time ovaries kidney troubles nervosa excitability and nervous prostration Mrs PlnkbHin invites all younvp women who are ill to write hEr for frw advice Address Lyua Mabi Here Prom Milwaukee S C Hendrickson arrived lust week from Milwaukee to visit his brother O W Helulrico son Mr Heudrickson was reared near this nty hat has been away how here about twentrflve years ttiough he made tuffs brother a I short visit two yours ago Mi HendtlckHon iI is the advertising t I manager of Barrett S lo H retail lij goods firm of Milwaukee He was t I formerly with the Boston Store mad Mbble Bro of that city i I i Game Laws Expires Today bird law in Kentucky will ec r I ITh1 and quail partridges and phiu anta nay 1m killed until limitary t 1 Tin law protecting squirrels and rabbits expires today also and these r I Septemalher I I THE EQUITABLE LIFE I First In Its Aid To Beneficiaries The Kquituble pays its policies mOll promptly than urn I Imulct company usually within twentyfour hours i iDEATH CLAIMS PAID IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA In WOO IIi per cent within one dui i In 1001 5H5 per cent within one day In U OL US per cent within one day In 19031 lllii per cent within ono lily In 1904 95 per cent within one day f ties 1i 111 percent within one day tCLAIMS PAID 213 S997365 PAID WITHIN ONE DAY209 985565I IiTHERE WERE ONLY FOUR CLAIMS THATj j REMAINED UNPAID ON THE SECOND DAY Where claims are not paid immedi I ately it is usually due to delay on the part of the beneficiary in sub I mitting complete papers First In Its Payments To Living Policy Holders For many years the Equitable has paid a larger amount in dividends than any other company DIVIDENDS PAID In 1900 3 481W100 In 10U1 374252000 I IIn1902 1903 447792400 508229600- In 1904 500190300 FIRST IN FINANCIAL STRENGTH Assets 11805302100 Liabilities 333 15875200 Surplus S 5079420900 Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 12425 per cont 1 1HENRY J POWELL Manager for Kentucky Equitable Building Louisville Ky For tub particulars as to new policies see R T POLK our repre sentative at CLOVERPORT or our local representative anywhere 1 1x II L Jjo The Breckenridge News woo uuWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 19W BIG SPRING W H Doran has his blacksmith shop about completed Born to the wife of Jack Shipley of Howe Valley a son November 0 Tno Ladies Aid e rved eandwiche and coffee on election day and cleared 4950 Miss Zelma Strothcr spent last week with Mrs C D Hardawav at BewleyvilleMiss Harrell of Cecilia who has been bore visiting relatives has returned home Mr and Mis Henry Hardin of Elizabethtown were here last week the guests of his mother Mrs John H Moador has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs T O Williams at West Point Mrs Julia damson and daughters Misses Lill and OlUe Mae spent several days in Louisville last week The meeting at the Baptist church which was conducted by Rev Bowles closed Wednesday with six additions to the church Mrs Joss Clarkson and daughter Miss Lady who have been in LoUIs villo visiting her daughter Mrs Huugarland returned home Satui day TARFORK Mrs 0 W Rico is ilL Ed Hook was at Hardinsburg Tues dayArch Taul contemplates moving to Missouri soon Eli haul will move shortly to the Hayden Quisenberry farm Born to the wife ot leas Weather holt on election day a boy Mrs Kate Hook is an applicant for the postcfiico at this place Mrs Kltnore and son Suns are tit home again after an Absence of several weeks Mrs Tot Allen Hnlllchildren of Clovorpoil wero visiting her fatther Samuel Muffet recently Mrs Cluo Saunders and glI 1111 son of Henderson county visited her sister Mrs Annie Marlow last week Mrs Hawkins and nou Forest of near WhitesvIll visIted her daughter Mrs C L Goff a few days last week O HVMIIH of Ohio county stop ped Tuesday night with his nnnt Mrs C L naff en route t Leitcbfleld on business Mr mid Mrs B H WHon made a few days visit lust week to their I ttoughter Mrs O W Hendrickson sear Cloverport Nat RICH bus itturned from his uouaini Mrs Gee Newman near Ptfigab when he ha been some tune His health Iic slightly improved A thou HOOK fame down from Hard 111spring EI11HOOkHOOKNo raise pretiMie rms marked the career of lilvn ream Hulm No idle WHIIDotis not responsible like the auurlri and nowdeis for minds cllttllrrhII 4di by cocaine The great toe of Elys Cream I Sal m is that it speedily and completely cures na alI catarrh and hay lever Boll of this statement is the testimony of thou sands ant a reputation of many years siiacos All druggists fiUc or aailitd by Ely Jros rfi Warren Street New foraii I Lynch Morris I weretnarried I I last Thursday Rev R F Lawhcrn officiating Hawisvillo Plaindealer i t l Give nature three helps and nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all CherryPectoral Nourishing food comes next Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs Ask any good doctor I Oral iiietl Ayer ritorrr IVetoral M ear IIeli lime lltago Inntofcured It eaiei hr II I AtnsiiT n llAmiro t Marietta Ohio 25r50e 1100 T r ATRU co t All druepiAlAfLr iAN 1111 MUM Consumption Health demands dally action of the bowols Aid nature with Ayers Pills 1- rf MASS OF SORES Awful Suffering of Little Boy from an Itching Humour CURED BY GUTICURA Not One Square Inch of Skin on His Whole Body Unaffected II My little son a boy of five broke out with an itching rash Three doc tors prescribed for him but he kept getting worse until we could notdress him any more They finally advised me to try a certain medical college but itstreatment did no good At the time I was induced to try Cuticura lie was so bad that I had to cut his hair off and put the Cuticura Ointment on him on bandages as it was impossible to touch him with the bare hand There was not one square inch of skin on his whole body that was notaffected Hewasoue mass of sores The bandages used to stick to his skin and in removing them it used to take the skin off with them and the screams from the poor child were heartbreak ing I began to think that he would never get well but after the second application of Cuticura Ointment I began to see signs of improvement and with the third and fourth appli cations the sores commenced to dry up His skin peeled off twenty times but it finally yielded to the treatment Now I can say that he is entirely cured and n stronger and healthier boy you never saw than he is today ROBERT WATTAM 4922 Center Ave Chicago III Dec 30 1897 SIX YEARS LATER fir Wattam writes Your letter of the aist in regard to the case of my little boy at hand I am truly thankful to say that the cure effected by the Cuticura Remedies has been a most thorough and successful cure to date Chicago Feb 23 1903 Sold throughout the ford Cutlrtu Hciolrfil Mr AIttntment boueS q glArfCRuede b ftAntonIvfolutnbut-Aee Ibtlfr I ru3 And Chem Corp Soli 1riprlrtoit itrSttul tar morn la Cuni hurry llum- uutSTEPHENSPORT Mrs Harry Lay is on the sick list Will Sargent left Sunday for Owens boroJoo McCubbins hits returned from oniflville Mrs Bettie Napper iis visiting in 1 OwensboroDlis Stiff visited hei mother I Sunday at Aramons- Mr Mars Lutie Roberts was in Jwensboro last week Miss Matti Milmr of Union Star was in town one day last week wondbitled 5tarjwasHelm Morton ikillman ot Washington I J Citrowa visiting at 1 A SKill 1 r UJ n last week tJurblWUHj and Mrs Harry Lay j Jame Crawford left lat week for silver City Miss to be with his brother John Crawford Mis Cora McCoy spent Saturday tint Sunday at Bewleyville withI her cousini Miss Ina McCoy Mis i B Cunningham passed through town fFriday en route tom rvingion to her home It hcnault Lee Morpau had to live up his wore at the depot on account of his health and ia quite sick nt this writing MIM Lizzie Petit left Friday for Jniontovrc to visit her sisters Mrs James Buchanan and Mrs Hewitt liiwkinsR Vaughn tormerly of this place but now of Lexiugtton is still confined to hia bed from injuries 10 eived in H wreck Little Alice Loni Dix ot ROberts Bottom is the truest of her aunts Mrs R A Shellman and Mrs Mary Adkisson this week Hon Eli Brown of Bsrdstosvu present speaker of the House of Ropresen tatives was in town last week the guest of L B Helm Mr Will Lennon and children who have peen visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R A Smith have re turned to their home in Hardtnaburg I ICHENAULT C L Warren went to Owensboro last week on a business trip J C Brodie who has been very ill for some time is convalescing H Y Stallman who has been very ill with pneumonia is some better Rev Gibbons of Stephenspoit held services at Gothsemane Sunday Miss Mary E Clemens 3of Casey county is visiting Mrs T F Jirbo- ear and Mrs Julius Dutschke of Holt were here Sunday to see H Y Stallman A Messrs Chester and Goldsmith Frr Official Vote of Breckenridge County Election 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKlT REPUBLICAN TICKET Con f Amt to a cs c = ft I f 5 = 1 g t7MS =rn 9 a arcfy CFtc 0 Km rm 19ii 9 p9rnrr Ctip Er 0 n If o- pm90n gc n egvis n capayrnCP e PRECINCTS Bs= =0 1 c C = = so Ifije 0 erc 00 c c fijrnpo =ot c p- aprypr S = 80 5Eii o r n u e c16 g socO go aEii g fJ 51S rgg 8 yTCo i B l i 8 f1IIII 4FlQI 8 i P G i I G gII i = u I g I PULL1 c Jj I ItI i t i i Leiisp j e ULLijJl I i iRC6 I L Hardlnsburg No lD1OO01 108 186 1111 1DD 201 201 0100 lZi 125 123 127 12 140 123 121 123 123 11 CO eo Ilardlnsburg No 31 1A 1 i 1 114 10 ItP US its 10 12 N5 u0 147 147 147 1St 146 147 145 145 lU 21 75 HardlnstmrfC No 3816 D0 88 I1N fII ro 00 IItI1 ItI 156 152 155 1M llii 1111 158 152 155 151 Jr SO 81 llnrdlusburg No4 14 139 142 131 ia5 m 13n 140 1Ii 1311f ND 100 99 07 100 II 11 D9 100 in lot OS u 5l Clovcrport No L 70 T2 73 i2 74 ill ill III 7D 18 it 74 70 137ft 7S 79 70 71 72 11 M ID 51 Olovorport No L 112 PI ca sD 81 D3 DI 1M J2 91 PI 79 81 80 81 80 84 81 81 80 801 81 I 1D M Clorerport No 8 1401 1116 jai1 145 140 155 145 150 145 145 14S 143 152 137 142 133 145 139 140 139 142 138 J H- Dlialltown 04 541 51 53 55 501 KM M 51l 54 f 100 109 109 109 107 109 108 lOll IDS 108 1- 1Stcphcnsport 125 116 115 124 Jat 12 121 1123 121 1w J4 140 n 140 133 ml 131 139 139 139 I 1381IP 49 UnIon Star 185 ISO 180 170 174 Jill 183 127 182 179 180 09 68 OS- at 17 09 105 07 04 06 1381 67 loolcylIIo ni or P5 W 02 04 PO Ill 01 so ZE 37 37 41 36 35 87 uIL0 37 Webstcr 1lt9 100 109 109 lOll 107 107 10G 111 107 100 100 111 111 109 109 110 109 110 10DI 106 110 41 7- 1Irvhtgton1i3 101 103 101 101 101 103 105 100 102 103 81 83 83 84 84 81 84 82 811 81 tl31 23 02 Dow1IJyvlltl 80 87 b6 85 85 fti 86 Sfl 85 85 80 102 09 102 101 100 101 101 100 100 100 15 77 nog Spring M f7 57 571- I5 67 f7 57 57 57 67 57 67 38 86 37 383838383838888834 42 Custer 151 151 151 164 152 151 150 150 151 l150 14S 149 152 152 144 1S1 J40 148 148 140 WII 50 00 Hudson no J1J IH W 113 114 112 115 117 110 110 153 lr1 153 152 152 15 152 151 15 2 146 51 75 look 5 24 4 l 5 Ztjl 26 J Ht al t J s fu 3J 13 3i 35 XI 4 3 McDanlok 5 145 143 143 138 143 144 144 144 131 143 140 100 105 105 109 105 100 100 104 105 114 105 T4 CO Glendeaue 165 155 lit 152 158 150 151 157 154 150 150 75 80 fill 83 80 78 80 86 80 801 80 15 36 Hockml 118 115 122 US 111 117 PO 121 115 115 115 15S 156 153 157 155 1G2 Lie 186 150 156 15C 22 70 Totalu 4I7 210010127l 233413811304002t53 iisfum 21518 iiilil = 0l II22 j iilii ii liiioci i iiiitJG iSG Majority 20Z 14 O11 69 180 JJi lor 187 170 Iii I There wero 117 questioned or rejected ballots which were not counted by the board 12 of them being from the Monk precinct mire camp down from Louisville last week to vote Scott Cunningham and Abn Bennett merchants are going to Louisville this week to buy a stock of goods 7 F Jarboe went to HardinsHurg Saturday to accompany home hia laughter Eihe who has been visiting relatives there Mrs G B Cunningham returned last week from Irvington where eho lad been visiting her daughter Mrs Will Gardiner There has been a great deal ot ypnoid and pneumonia in this vicinity All patients are under the treat meat ot our fine physician Dr Sphir HARDINSBURG H F Beard went to Louisville Sunday Clayton Croson was in Louisville lAst week E L Kobjrton of Glendeane was in town Monday Charles L Beard made a business trip to Louisville last weok WmDowns is taking the ABSeesment list in this magisterial dIsh Ict S D McGill is building an addition- to his residence on Main street Dolph hoard was elected town marshal Jhy a majority of two votes Mr and Mrs T L Smith have moved Unto their now home on Maple street Mrs David IL Murray was a visitor iu Louisville last week lor several lays Alvin N ybillinan wjio has ben eriously ill for several weeks is con alei5cent Lewis Kiniheloe of Louisville who bas tx en visiting his parents has returned nome Mr and Mrs Ollie Tonsey of Ulrlvel port wore the guests of Mrs ltury Ford Siindav The quarterly conference of tin M E church South will bo held hero on Thanksgiving day MM Gus D Uhcllmaii entertained the Fireside Club Saturday afternoon fit her residence on Third street Elihu Meador and family will move to town next week They will occupy the residence vacated by Chintz Royalty Miss Virginia Hensloy and Tno D Shaw were the guests of Mr and Mrs R S Skilluiiui at Stephensport Sun day Prof Collins is spending a low lays at his old home in Indiana During his absence Mr Harwell of Bowl Mug Green is teaching in the high school Chintz Royalty and family will move to Leitohfield this week after n residence hero of many years They wIll he much missed in church and social circles Mrs Blanche Reid entertained the Preside Club and other gaesta at a tacky party Saturday evening at her home on Main street About sixty guests were present The brick layers are at work on Joe Teails new business house They will probably complete the walls in two weeks Mr Teait hopes to move into the building by the first of tho year Messrs Robt Hoope or Sand Hill tins Hoope of Newport Ky and Peter Hoope of Jacksonville 0 brothers of Mrs J H Lonnon arriv al Monday to visit the Rev and Mrs J H Lennon IRVINGTON C L Chamlierlain spent Friday in 31overport Mr and Mrs J W CuBby wore In Jloverport Tuesday Mrs W tl Piggott spent Thursday In Louisville shopping Miss Lucile Cunningham was In llm den urg Saturday on business Mrs J C Hensel has purchased a beautiful piano from Smith Nixon Eick Haynes of Brandenburg was the guest of Miss Nellie Dowell Sun stay Misses Annie Lee Bandv and Essie Biggs weie in Louisville Saturday shoppingMiss Brown and Taylor Dowell of Garfield are visiting Mr and Mrs Dan Dowell Wallace Caycomb leaves soon for a trip to Oklahcma with the prospect of buying a farm later H H Anderson toe realestate agouti of Oklahoma was in town for a few days last WC K Mrs Jas Thomas was in Hardins burg last week the guest of her mother Mrs Foreman Tho E P Is were delightfully en tertained at the home of Miss Es io Biggs last Tuesday evening Miss Ella Kemper of Gratz came Saturday evening to visit her brother H H Kemper for some time Mrs JT M Herndon and baby left Monday for an extended visit to friends and relatives in Louisville Mora Galllowayof Glasgow arrived Saturday to visit his mother Mrs F dtlia Galloway for severa days Dr Becker wile and sister and Miss Rue Jamerson of Owensboio are the guests of Mr and Mrs Taylor DowellMr and Mrs Arch Weatherfonl Iwve returned to their homo at liaised alter a few days spent with Mr and Mrs Sam Payne Mr and Mrs F H McGeheu and Miss Eula Hensely were in Btanden burn last week visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Ditto Mrs C C McAdams and children of Hawesvllle came Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs J M Fallen for an indefinite visit The Afternoon Reading Club will meet with Mrs R B McGlothl n on Friday November 24 at aJ oclock Miss Edith Marshal will conduct the meeting Mr and Mrs RobtWeatheriord and children Mrs Fanny Board and dau gher Nonnto of Harned were the guests of Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy Scold ay HONOR ROLL The following having attained an average of 00 or above in each study are entitled to a place on the honor roll of tho rvington private school for the month past E Claire Jolly grade 7 Eliza M Piggott M Katharine Wimp grade 4j Mary D Heron Margaret N Jolly Ruth L Marshall grade 1 Edith Marshall Teacher MYSTIC Beauchainp the little son of II110d Mr and Mrs frock Beauchautp isI slowly improving Frank Macy has returned from Tell CityMark Logsdon tins moved from this vicinityMrs IHIt Logsrton and family have moved from here to Concordia Miss Lena Adkisson and Laura Hicks were the guests of Mrs Lucy Dowell at Union Star SundayIMiss Lena Avitt visited her cousin Miss Maggie Cashuian last week and was accompanied home by Miss Cash man Saturday GARRETT John Iturch has returned to Louisville Rod Shacklet of Kddyville was here last week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs R H Dowell were guests of Lovel Jordan and family Tues dayMisses Mabel and Uertha Foushee were in Brandenburg shopping Thurs dayMrs Chas Irice of Brandenburg spent last week with her mother Mrs J II Shncklett After spending the summer on his farm ntar here Dr J E Wimp and family have returned to Louisville Henry II Harrington will have a sale Thursday November iv at his farm near here better known as the Ben Carrico farm Mrs Francis Ritchie and daughter Lena Mesdames Hall Harrington and Hoard spent a pleasant day with Mrs W H Dltonau Wednesday MS William Hall of Webster Mrs Silas Harrington of Muldraugh and Mrs Board of Ilardiusbnrg are visit ng Mro Ollie Board at Hill Grove Mans unreasonableness is often as great as a womans But Thos a Austin Mgr of the Repub Bean of Leavenworth Ind was not unreasonable when lie refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead he says we concluded to try ElectricBitters My wIfe was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 phy sicians had failed to relievo her After taking Electric Bitters she was per featly cured anti can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists price SOc GARFIELD Morton Punick was the guest of friend I here Sunday Chas McGill of Harinsdurg visited ralatives here lust week Giiiger Baudyof Irviugtouvisited his aunt Mrs F M Board Sunday Quite a crowd from here attended the r A FAMILY REMEDJ1 Peruna Used in Thousand of Homes ExGovernor Isaac Sharp KanMIL I WajhiiiKtou D C write I can earnestly recommend your Peruna as an excellent tonIc Its reputation as a cure for catarrh la firmly established by my friends who have been benefited by its use and the public should know its great curative t qualities Isaac Sharp Mr James Currie a prominent merchant of Montreal Can writes from 1S9T Xotro Dame St as follows I have used your Toruna for catarrh and find it an excellent remedy lot coughs and cullHJatnes Currie 1 f you do not derive prompt and satla factory results from the use of Poruna wrie at once to Dr Hartman giving ft full statement of your case and ho will tt be pleased to give you his valuable sAl lI a vice grab Address Dr Hartman PreslJonl of The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 All correspondence held confidential j sale at Wallace Cla combs Saturday Mr and Mrs Ceo Johnson and little Lucile visited Mr and Mrs Jas John son Sunday lt Mrs A A Richardson and children spent the day with her sister Mrs Tom McCoYISllturdayr Sirs Melissau Clark of LeitchfieK iu with her daughter Mrs S j Gray for an indefinite stay Mr and Mrs Abe Bruner and children were guests of his 1augbterMr Jack Dyer Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Beauchatnp of Hardinsburg spent Sunday night with his parents near here Mr aria Mrs M P Payne and little daughter visited friends and relatives at Dewleyville Saturday and Sunday Miss Emma Seatou and Russell Compton were visitors of Mr and Mrs Crawf Reaucham Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Tames Knott enter tained Saturday e cuing itt bettor of her brother Taylor Payne who is home on A furlough Post Cards with East and West views of to CIoverpoone Everybody is buying them NEWS OFFICE SHOES SHOESThSi SHOES for Men SHOES for Women and SHOES for Children Hn Most of the dealers will tell you that the prices of shoes have gone up Babbage will tell you that they have gone down And it is a fact We would not mislead you on a proposition so trivial Call and see the quaff ity and the prices for yourself r BABBAGE Be SON 4 J V 1 I I I tI tJo 1 I a t1 e I i I J 0S 0A 0g 0a oCI I W J Jkw It- k 1 oi I I IlK3 K3t K3h 10in inp inn iiii eit 11 cola F pldpan panEl wee Lt to EM sick vleMiiSum Mi to vj tamiM a pr I aho- rr rMC ro Mi as t ill M tamtivei tiveiit r F bela laI I er eon r n eat use Jot IlayI stir near 1 ntere ad l1I1 laydl I I i I i