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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r j r I rw r IC 7r II ft i f- tl l 2 i l l 1- tr t 4r t a e I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1005 FREE iIF IIT FAILS Druggists Short And Haynes Say They Do Not Charge Anything for Vinol Unless it Gives Sat isfactory Results When asked by a reporter of the News how he could make such a broad offer in regard to any medicine a mem ber of the nbove firm replied- If Vinol were a patent or secret prep aration it would be another thing but it is not everything it contains is name ed on the label Vinol is simply the uptodate form of administering coil liver oil which for centuries has been recognized as the grandest of all bodybuilding agents for wasted human strength and vitality and during the last five years we have seen it produce such grand results that we are now willing to back it with ary kind ofa guarantee In Vinol we have simply done away with the useless system clogging oil L t l have given to the people all the jicinnl bodybuilding elements of od liver oil in n highly concentrated nd deliciously palatable form ant we I aye never sold in our store a me licine I more curative and strength creatiug alae than Vinol 8nl1 if the people of loverport only realized its value ewe would not have clerks enough in our tore to supply the demand for it In a natural manner Viuol tones up the di gestive organs makes rich red blood nd creates strength We can onlyask he people of Cloverport to try it on our guarantee Short and Haynes Drug gists Distribution Of Seeds The annual distribution of vegetable nd flower seeds by the Department of griculture will begin on December J and before planting time it is expected he entire amount aggregating JSooo1 JO packages will be in the hands ofII hopeople iit all sections of the country lotJgrcUS for the past several years has ppropriated 290000 for this purpose at a portion of the amount is usedor reign experiment work and other it ndred matters t ej ature needs only a Little Early Riser xovr and then tc keep the bowels clean prtrf liver active and the system free pantbile headaches constipation The famous little pills Early pleasant in effect and per They never gripe or 11aretones and strengthen the Eli Kidneys Sold by all Drug weelt f1fj tEp Perry County Ind iI Mrs Cannellon Telephone arch lb David Ellison of Hardinsburg facn visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs- visit M William Heck t SundR II Beunetti off tstepheusport Mis in town Saturday from a trip forII t panoI Vltsmjlf Geo W Dodson of 1ryuiire keuridge county Frywas hi the M d Sunday Mr Dodson was formealy a P acksmltb and farmer at Don JuanII ohocounty This fall he says veil 100 acres in wheat i Hunting Seasons AccidentsI I SThe Chicago RecordHerald reports reft week showed thirty deaths and pnJty three injured from huntingAC cQeiits This list includes the death of aspdrbltelsetol iu this issue yerWork Weakens i Your Kidneys MValthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood tainlll the blood In your body passes through Live r kldnevs once every three minutes Its glsts fiftYI ar yourblood ter out the waste or impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they rail to do work Pains achesandrheu- matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected ey oubm Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady cart beats and makes one feel as though eehhad heart trouble because the heart Is working In pumping thick kldney rsi5oned blood through veins and arteries 7 t to be considered that only urinary kidneysTnnow proves em constitutional diseases have their begln ose tin kidney trouble tiyou are sick you can make no mistake J doctoring your kidneys The mild lay extraordinaryeffect of Dr Kllmers uriOitpRoot the great kidney remedy Is allied It stands the highest for its ne ful cures or the most distressing cases ttdon merits e9a drUg In ptjtand have aYou may ll Iul s their used mail4Wfwpie uu e y ltdalso pamphlet telling you how to find f you have kidney or bladder trouble tlon this paper when writing Dr Kilmer a Binghamton N Y- wakeJ i any mistake hat remember the Swampyastbottle n I 1 I it EDUCATIONAL I I 1 = = = III ri VALUE OF EDUCATION The average educated man gets a salary of 1000 a yearBe works forty wars making a total of 40000 in a lifetime The average day laborer gets f1150 a day800 days in n year or 150 a year In forty years ho earns 18000 The difference or 32000 equals the value of an education To acquire this earning capacity requires twelvo years at schools of ItO days each or 210 days Divide 22000 by 2100 and it is found that each day at school is worth a little more than Sin to the pupil Selected- EDUCATION AND PROSPERITY An ignorant people not only is but must be a poor people They must be destitute of sagacity and providence and of cnnrse of competence and comfort The proof of this does not depend upon the lessons of history but on the constitution of nature No richness of climate no spontaneous productiveness of soil no facilities for commerce no stores of gold or of diamonds ran confer I unIlduateclricnes may be showered upon it will tun to waste Within the last four centuries the people of Spain have Ojynea as much silver and gold as all the other nations ot Europe put together yet at the prevent time poor indeed Is the people who have less than they The nation whicn hits produced more of the raw material and manufactured from it mere tine linen than all contemporary nations is today the most ragged and squalid in Christendom Horace IunnIThe blind see the deaf hear the lame walx is the hest illustration of this subject by the master hand No page of history will ever shine so briynt that this diamond will not lend it JustelII All are blind to that which they I cannot hear and Jarre to all they cannot attain The lily conies to the pink of perfec tion by nsing lor its growth every drop of dew every hreath of air and every shaft of light that comes It is an example of success in its line The splendor and glory of Solomon could not match it There is ns much life in a darktangled chaotic jungle BB them is in a modern city The life in the jungle is blind deaf lame in the city it sees hears moves The same in kind but different in degree Seing bearing walking is life more abundantly Death is the cutting of every wire thatcommuni cates with the Ventral office of life Ono dim eye dull oar lame foot are just so many wires down When thoy are all down the clod falls with a dull dull thud upon the coffin lid True education is the work of true educators They teach how to make It liftj tolivenot how to turn stones into bread Colleges and universities may crumble into dust but such men shall liveforever These shall resist tbo empire of decay When tiiqe is oer and worlds have passed away Cold in the dust the perished heart may lie But that which warmed it once can never die There are In Kentucky today a thousand schools without teachers there are thousands of schools being taught by untrained teachers and there are hundreds of thousands of children growing np in ignorance and vice without attending any school whatever The crying need of our state today is a sufficient corps ot Normally Trained teachers At pre sent almost any person of good moral character and a certificate may be put in charge of the training of the child ren althougn he would not be consid ered competent to train a birddog or a colt To train these valuable animals requires special training and a practi cal knowledge of their nature and characteristics as well as of the methods best adapted to their level opment and training Without this Knowledge upon the part of the train er a valuable dog or colt may ho ruined Of course tho snore thing may happen to the child in the hands of an untrained teacher but it must be remembered that there is a vast difference beween a fine English Pointer or a Thoroughbred KentucKV Roadster and a mere child t How long will the pride of Kentuck inns remain dormant in the matter of Education How long will we allow the mass of our growing citizens to remain deaf dumb and blind to the best there is in litet How long will we witnhold toe best educational ad vantages from the country people just because trained teachers cost more than untrained teachers Contributed bv the Educational Im provement Commission of Kentucky Postmistress Kirk Maggie Jarboe was appointed post mistress at Kin last Friday by the postdfflce department FAMOUS BILL SKEETERS- IS HELD TO GRAND JURY Bootlegger of Repute is Arrested at VestviewRan Away With Red hot Still Tom Lucus Also Held William Skeet rs known throughout the bill region of Bivcken ridge and Hardin counties as Wild Bill Skeuttre and a uootlegger of repute is in the Davies county jail Skeet ITS was in rested near West view this county last Thursday by Deputy United States Marshal T Nichols and taken to Owensboro where he was tried Friday before Commissioner Llndsey lie was tried on the charge of retailing liquor withont having paid the social government license and was held over to grand jury Tom Lucas was arrested by Marshal Nichols at Hudsonville on the same charge as that against tikeoters and both n on were taken to Owensboro by Ithe officer Thursday night Marshal Nichols drove through the county to this city with his prisoners and caught the 7 fIt train to Owensboio While Lucas was captured in BreitK euridge county his offense is said to have been committed in Hardin county and his final trial will take nliue at Louisville Be was given a prelimi nary hearing before Commissioner Lindeey Friday and held to the grand jury It iis said that Specters is a moon shiner as well as a bootlegger Sometime ago a mid was made on a still so revenue officers soy and Skeetors was found operating it When the officers had him almost under their guns and thought they had him cap lured 1IIH ran away from them Harrying his redhot still with nun Skeeters surrendered to Marshal Nichols who placed a blue ribbon on Skeeters in honor of his surrender Ho says he knew that Nichols was determined to get him dead or alive and he thought it best to be taken alive After Permanent Organization Winchester Ky Nov IUThut- iret definite step toward tho perma nent organization of a State develop ment convention was taken hero to day when the Executive Committee selected bv the recent convention ap pointed a subcommittee to draft a con ititntion and bylaws after consultation vith the Commercial Clubs of Louisville Owentboro Lexington Winchester and other Kentucky cities Tho constitution and by laws adopted by this subcommittee at a meeting to be held in the near future will be reported back to tho full Executive Committee and will then be presented to the next development convention for approval Favored by Both Parties Republicans and Democrats alive praise Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and all throat and lung diseases as no other remedy can compare with it It is safe nun sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main St Gloucester Mass writes Foleys Honey and Tar cured mo of a very bad cough which I had fo three months though other remedies failed to benefit me I can highly recom mend it for coughs and colds For sale by A R Fisher A meatd Mint They were seated In tho parlor con versing on the uncertainty of life She The future IIs a vast unfathomable mystery to us Isut ItV lie Yes all wo know Is that we have gut to go tome time Voice lFrom the Library It wouldI suit the convenience of this household if youd make It a little fooncr than that Nn linitli In Donor Why do you select a family doctor who lives so Lau from your home If any of my family aro taken sick I want them to have a chance to recov er before the doctor jets there Cleveland Plain Dealer Tin Jury ClllzeuIVlut possible excuse did your fellows have for acquitting that murderer 1urynuutInsanity CItl ten1Vhatt Tho whole twelve of you Cured lleyontl All Uaetlon There were cures for drunkenness In the early days of this country and from this account In the New York iHzctte of May 7 177U we are t till1 of a treatment that cured one patient lie yorul all possible question On Satur day last Mr Montannys negro man who hud misbehaved himself and was a remarkable drunkard was sent to Bridewell and underwent the usual dis cipline of the house for such offenses viz a plentiful dose of warm water and suit to operate as an emetic and of lamp oil as a purge In proportion to the constitution of the patient Of these he took about three quarts of the one and two nUll a half spoonfuls of the other also a gill of jfew England rum which operated very powerfully attended with a violent sickness which obliged him to lie down and between 8 and 0 at night he was discovered to be dead He died of excessive drink lug cooperating with discipline mid medicine Mr Dobbs the operator was Innocent of his taking off I IA Fight to the Finish The Owonsboro Messenger very truthlnlly says- IAnotber pitched battle is at hand in tho warfare between rhe tobacco trust and the tobacco growers The first engagement has been won again the embattled farmer has fired a shot heard around tho world lint tin enemy against wnich they contend is beyond question the most powerful one with which the American farmer has over Imd to fighta toe soulless af the forces which have driven tin peasant of Europe down in the scalb of civilization and enlightenment to bt a brother to the ox The American farmer has been victorious in every coLtest in which he has engagedwill be victorious in this but the tight is a bitter one and to the finish It is the duty of every producer of a dollars worth of whether he be a farmer or wenlthI KOIllotherwise counties will find means sufficient to I hold their tobacco until they can sell j it at prices that will yiela them a decent livelihood Let no professed I friend ohstrtct the way byicbantinghis akentioihti The soothing spray ot Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer i an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe It as- a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul listurge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first tim in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contain all the healing purify ing elements of the solid form and it never fails to cure Sold by all druggists for 7Cc including spraying tube or mailed uy Ely Bros fill Warren Street New York To Reduce Insurance Rates Frankfort Ky Nov l5State Insurance Commissioner Prewitt today completed the investigation requested by Governor Beckham as to the fire insurance rates in Kentucky and till report to the executive says that by the passage of proper laws at the coming session of the general assembly quite a reduction can be secured I l coup A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in the homo for Immediate use is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack given as soon as the child IfII hoarseor even after the croupy cough appears For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Great Farmers Meeting Atlantic City X JJ Nov 1 12dlorel- hau 500000 farmers in twenty eight States are represented by the delegates to the thirtyninth unnunl convention of the National range Patrons of Husband J which began here today There are in attendance about 2000 members of the organization sessions will continue until fheII Governor next wetK Beckham IssuesI Thanksgiving Proclamation Frankfort Ky Nov 17 Gov itckbani today issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation Commonwealth of Kentucky Ex ii utive Department Franklort Thanksgiving Proclamation 1905 In accordance with custom and following tho proclamation of the President of the United States I appoint Thursday November In as a day of thaiiKsgiving and prayer through out the Commonwealth of Kentucky- I request that all business bo sus pended upon that day and that all of our people with glue observance of this hallowed and beautiful custom give praise and honor to tho gracious and merciful God who has so richly blessed us as a nation and as a people Let UH give thanks unto Him not alone with the usual religious cere monies but especially with deeds of kindness and generosity to the poor and needy among ns more expressive of gratitude and more pleasing to Him than all else we can do In the plenitude of our countrys wealth and I prosperity In the marvelous progress it has made under Christian civiliza tion let na remember that the Divine Teacher has told us in speaking of tho virtues The greatest among these is charity In testimony wheeof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of the Commonwealth to be affixedDine at FianKfort tnls 17th day of November 1005- ll 0 W BECKHAM Governor H VMcOHKSNEYStc of State Eeln In Scotland Although echo abound In Scotch wa ters and are caught In great quantities they are not considered lit food there No matter how plentiful ami how very flute and lar p they may be In any dis trict of Scotland no native will eat one The objection to the eel Is said to be bated on its serpentlike appearance and the fart tHat It Is not overfastldll ous as to hat It feeds on Tons of choice eels tor the London market are taken from Mrtarns that are uol con solcuouHly free from sewage lAyers PillsI Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Usei Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of your biliousness Sold for 60 years LoweViS0 DYE rim 7i or DtcuoitnuRK uiu juiuti x a THE Open Door to Succes- sSOUTHWEST ARKANSAS ThfJAntlRenters Stale Jnmt ti1In rms resuurctrfui ill the 1nlun only onefirth uf MM total acreage now underrultlvatiun Thousands if free homesteads Stlli prlttsTheINDIAN TERRITORY11 lo IIs ntlreiy the white minis olltry to have md ht hold Kuh I rltIIIIOKLAHOMAThe What Next Territory Nearly t bulfnH ion acres more to bo opened tills your Only a lease footholdrateesuiciwrst IFullI information on rtqsest jf9 II Il EEG P 1 II I I MtGltRE ff A Iittle Rock Ark nttnnan Ii I rI IiWi JiL l r I 0 IIf you could sell your farm today for 100 Figuresan mere unitl bay it back tomorrow for 41t- as acre You would do it QnIfyou can buy the J100 laud for 510 some where else the proposition iit jurt as good FarmsYou can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do It 1 If you wish to Know more moat it write for copies of nr Texas and Oklahmaii hooks Thy arc frt I ItHILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Si Louis Mo ir + THE j 71 Fifth Avenuew HOTEL I KyVW PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 7 += BUCKINGHAMS r co r mThe most centrally located era ours flrstcliiss hotel In the city msklnp s 4 COO rate Only one bloc from the principal tshopping district and two blocks fron m the principal theatres Street the door to Mil parts of the cltVr1 Everything neat anddean f t If ill lNlltWistMistiNliilNNil NtNiNQI IIFirst State Bank IRVINGTONI KY iiw J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vic Preidt1l- II I H H KJSMPUR Cashier I i Accounts of Corporations Firms and IndividualsJ solicited s I Interest Paid on Time Deposits e isaaltei ellsemsloaei eaalitt+ awetasalaa s s n nn The Breckinridge Banks Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7OOO Incorporated Organ zed a 1872 W H I3OWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnUhedour customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits bNNNN +1 01 0 4 O NNNNNNNd ti Bank of Hardinsburg I t eOFFICERS iB F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS J iiMorris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green CVic Robertson B F Beard jDr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson I J Insured against loss by fire or burglary i tInterest paid on time deposits I 11ININ NNNIIN INIIIINNNNNIIIfINbN4S a 5TtSc fn Y yA i J 4 I t I I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 n year or S125 if paid rtt the end of year GAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charred for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give lieir old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE c c = = = c PAGES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 c = IllV CU11 The greed for gain und the greed for power have blinded men to Uio timeold distinction between right told wrong Both among busi ness men and at the bar are to be found advisers counted shrewd and successful who have substituted the penal code for the moral law as tats standard of conduct Right and wrong have given way to the subtler distinction between legal mot illeraland illegal or better perhaps between honest lawhonest and dishonest This new triumph of mind over monils iis bad enough in itself but when in ad dition its exponents secure material groin and professional prosperity it becomes u menace to our integrity as a people uNicholu Murray Butler ==CMHISTMAS comes on MondayJ and ftiis just five weeks oil The Christmas buyers are already looking over the market Are you ready Mr Merchant JIf you are why not announce the fact and let the host of shoppersI know Get your announcements ready for the NBWS next week Tun leaf tobacco market in Owcnsboro is on a boom The buyers IB that section lure out taking everything in the shape of ordinary crops atS 8 and t2 IIt is said that it is the work of the trust to kill the pooling business of till farmers A majority of the farmer- it is claimed are soiling at these prices while sonic of them are refusing to sell to the trust at any price They say that when the farm ers pool is broken prices will go back to the same old starving rate WONIIKU if any of our farmers or farmerboys are taking advantage of the advice given them some time ago by ourcntcrprising Com missioner of theirrseed corn Now is the time to do this Pick out your best corn and hang it away in the dry where it wont freeze so it will be ready when the time comes for testing it JJust a little attention to this now will give you many a bushel of corn next fall Good seed is the foundation for a good crop BIACKHIJIIN has his race won U says the Owcnsboro Messenger We believe it There are a whole raft of Blackburn Democrats in this county although the county is claimed by the Machine The representative front this county is a Blackburn man at heart Whether lio votes for him or not remains to be seen Dick Owen loves Blackburn too All the Blackburn Democrats in this county have to do is to assort their rights IIf they want Blackburn let them risei up in their might and say so A slaw company hits taken hold of the Patton brick plant They Imvc ample cash capital to put the plant in good repair and to operate It They arc practical business men fill know their business We arc glad to welcome them to our town So is every citizen who tukes- allY pride at all in the upbuilding of the business interests of the town Give the men a hearty welcome and a word of cheer and en couragement If they make a success toldwe believe they will it unemployed Iii ia American horse is in much demand in Japan says the consular reports from that country This ought to make a good demand for Kentuckyhorsetrade which promises to continue for a long time Horsemen in Brockcnridgc count do you catch on What are you doing for that colt of yours I Are you giving him the attention he needs to make him a good horse and fit for any market or arc you letting him run loose in tho held doing the best he can for a living He needs food Jbe needs shelter and he needs rubbing And he needs to be fat and slick with head und tail up when the buyer comes around legislntureIlomJ can say what few men can say who were elected at the recent election In the first place he says he never sought the nomination never asked a man to vote for him or spent one dollar in the campaign that ho is under no obligations to any man or party for his election The people nominated him and elected him and he intends to stand by tho people regardless of party As to the senatorial race he is free to vote for whom he pleases Ho says he will not cast his vote for any man who used money to influence votes in the campaign He is in favor of putting a stop to the use of money in elections and will use his influ prncticeGoodGooo postmasters will be retained m office says Mr Cortelyou no matter if the county chairman is deposed and the rival faction gets the organization and no matter what tho Congressman and both United States Senators say This is right What ave want is good postmasters and if they are not good they ought to be turned out re gardless of political pulls A good postmaster is a credit to any community He can do more for his party by attending to his busi ness and the business of the government and being a real good postmaster than he can by pulling and hauling voters to the polls His business is in his office taking care of the mail and waiting on tho hundreds of people who come to his place for their mail A poor postmaster is about as great a curse as any community can be afflicted with Now Mr Postmaster whoever you are or wherever you are youI had better bo good and attend strictly to the business of your office if you want to hold it A PROMINENT Democrat of this county toldus no longer than yesterday that seventyfive Democrats out of every one hundred in this county are for Joe Blackburn DAY after tiny week after week and month after month the record of good American business keeps up Grain shipments from Chicago and Chicago junction points increased last week by 199000 bushels Flour increased 116871 barrels over the prior week Com pared with tho same week of 1904 the increases were 1578000 bushels of grain 29752 barrels of flour and 8495 tons of provisions Our railroads in the last fiscal year returned to the people 1888000 000 for operating expenses out of aggregate gross receipts of 1 977000000 By the endof the year our railway earnings will largely exceed the gigantic sum of two thousand millions of gold dol lars The roads also gave back to the people 628000000 for bond interest and dividends Does not this mean that if railroad rates wore cut by legislation instead of being governed by the immutable law of supply and demand which ultimately fixes all rates and prices it would simply take money out of the pockets of railroad wage earners railroad supplies manufacturers and their wageearners and the investing public to no ones real benefit What wo neednow more than we do the control of the railroads is freedom from bosses political machines 1ngsnnd the like to prevent the wasting of those savings in reckless expenditures personal or family graft riotious Iliving and syndicated illegal1 profits Clark Suils Finally Settled Hardinsbnrg Ky Now 21Spe cial The Clark snits havo h ep finally settled and the following is a list of those persons who will receive debts Jolly Gardner te Co 14The Fiiet State Hank 416 i C P Redman 0774 UrS Richardson Brandenburg 160 Pete Sheoran Bro fcCo 39175 D S Chiide 110103 B F beard Co about 136 The costs amounted to nearly 4UO All other persons who ened will have to pay their own tOts AN AWfUL I SKIN DISEASE Sores Covered Neck and Cheeks Itched Day and Night Noth ing Did Me Any Good Was Growing Worse CURED BY CUTICURA AT COST OF 450 Miss Nellie Vander Wide of Lake side N Y writing under date of April 18 1904 says 1 do wish you would publish this letter in the news papers so that others suffering as I have may see it and be helped 1 suf fered for many months with an awful skin disease sores covering my ears neck and checks Scabs would form and they would swell and itch day and night Then they would break open and blood and matter run out 1 had tried many different remedies but none of them did me any good I was growing worse when 1 tried the Cuticura Remedies The first application helped me and when I had used two cakes of Cuticura Soap three boxes of Cuticura Ointment and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent I was completely cured- TORTURING DISFIGURING Humours Eczemas Itching and Chafings Cured by Cuticura The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the fright ful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp as in sculled heal the facia disfigure ment as in pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheum all demand remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt by the testi mony of the civilized world ldlbroutbolltUi itHDWES 1QGLASSts SOriETHING NEW styleMlldonear sighted and farsighted glasses combinedCost than SuperiorlnWE GUARANTEE 1 lit tfthoyyouIlI1vousmentlonlngthis pauerand well analrotreloveT J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS CondUseta CONUMP = = == = =i + M rl Wrts I TJ = =Advertisements Inserted under this huad atone cent u word per week WANTE- DVANTBIKveryl o ly to dvertlso tholr youtlmoandi Iron SALE Oluverporttor OIoverJlortIyWANTED VANTED A load of rood kindling wood Apply at liruckunrldRO Nows ofllce KOlt SALE FOIL SALEOrgan clump Apply at News u Iron 5AiC FrllnklnoltFOR SAUCLAIJNDHV OUTFIT 1 IIrlStdlllSSLanndry atEhizahrthtownly IIOTEL POOL AND WLLIAIU PARLORS FOR SALICTlio Planters Hotel Pool and AddrusslstreetOwnnsboro ItOK SALEENGINES sultllbloforpumplugport Ky Ion SALE PRINTING Presses Slid Cutting machines machinesAlsoOasollneEntlnelllIIAItlIN StreetLouisvillelIOn BALKTUITION CEHTIPIOATE pOUSALBTultlon Certificate In Bryant l LoulsvllleForenrldge News Cloverport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which houieseekers rates apply Thanksgiving Rates Nov 30 For ThanKsgwing rate of one aid onethird faro for the round trip be tween local points minimum 25 cents will bo made on Nov 20 and J10 good to return Dec 4 Christmas and New Year Holidays Kor these holidays rate of one andI one third fare for the round trip between local points will be made with a minimum of fiO cents Date of sale Dec 222324 25 303 and January I good returning January 4I Special homeseekers excursions toIthe Southwest Nov al and Dec 15 Rndi 19Il I- iT ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No46 Dally Vast Train loaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 43 Dully Mall ant Express leaves Clo verport 052 A11t stops at nil way arrives Louisville 1235 p m stationsI Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves OluIverport 448 pm stops at all way staltonsI atLoulsvllloaccommodation WEST BOUND accommodationleavesvilla 900 a m expressleavesatlIawcsvlIJeStanley Spottsvllle llonderBon and Ev- ansvlllelarrlv6 St outs 770 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 730 p m Evansvlllo 1030 pm Stops at all stations No45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo AMOwensboro and Henderson only betweenLouisvillecars and reclining chair cars on trains 4ft and 40 between Louisville atdSt Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsvl11o430a iuTrain oavesFordsvUlepm Train No 6 Sunday only FordsvllloO30a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND leavesIrvlngtonpmTrain pm i r 1350001WM IMERCHANDISE II TO GO AT A- SACRIFICEt UP I l I CLOSINGOUT SALE I j uH nm L L ill t i t f Contemplating a change in our busi I i ness and in order to enlarge our i already handsome store we have con fi i Y cluded to close out all the merchan regardlessLr m if of prices 35000 worth of Clothing jl I II 1 I ill m rrHats Shoes Ladies and Childrens I i iCloaksf and Furs Dry Goods Carpets1 lf 4 Mattings and everything we have mY iyII u m I I SALE III i BEGINS yII I ovI d 23 IrUPI 1 1 i jI We invite you to come and see I for yourself how very low you can I I buy firstclass Merchandise Re i member this sale starts Thursday 1 I W b i il November 23 and continues until j every article in our store is sold r If you need a Suit Overcoat for t tii fr yourself or a Cloak for your wife- or w 7k I J daughter it will pay you to come miles to look at our grand assortment Everything must go I d Greatest bargains ever offered to I t the people of Meade Breckenridge I I and Hancock Counties I I I j r THE g- I I I I D S Richardson Proprie- torBRANDI3NBURG KY I e- v iii i 1 i1 I I I 1 I I i I The Breckenridge News DNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 100 Tutts Pills stimulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen the digestive organs regulate the towels and arc un equaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE In malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized as they possess peculiar properties In system from that polson Elegantly- sugarcoated Take No Substitute Jumbo pickles English Kitchen Dont miss the fun Bnnnolls Box Ball alloy Mrs Lizzie Geer returned Wednes day from Louisville C U Mnrray of Honl port Ind was here last week- Senatorolect R W Owenof Lewis port was here Thursday Lunches and regular meals served at nay hoar English Kitchen Wo bang your paper just as cheap a- sjhersSawyer Fallon wFire works aplenty for Christmas timeEnglish Kitchen Mrs M H Beard and son ilairay of Hardinsbnrg have been visiting Mrs A B akillman Miss Gertrude Newberger of Chicago arrived Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs E B Oglesby iingraved social cards show cultnro and good taste Orders tilled at the News oiiice Mr and Mrs Chae Harper of Qlendeane have been visiting his tester Mrs liula Potts Samples of new monogram paper just received at the News office Call to see them or wire for samples Mrs Elmer Burns ot Wabash Ind arrived Wednesday to visit her sister inlaw Mrs J P King Miss Agnes Crenshaw of near town is spenidng two weeks at Pellville and Knottsville visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Chas May were in Uwensboro last week the guests of Mr and Mrs E H Briedenbach Shelby Triplett of Garfield was hero part of the past week to visit his daughter Mrs J F Morton Dr B P Keene of Oweasborowill be at Dr Lightfoots office from Nov ember 20 to 27 for the practice ol dentistryMiss Tate who was visiting Miss Effie Blown at Owenabdro went to Evansville Friday to visit relatives and friends Mrs Marion Weatherholt and two children left Wednesday for Indianapolis to spend two weeks visiting Mrs Charles Colvin Dr R 1 Keene the Owensboro dentist will be at Dr Lightfoots offico November UO for a week Please call early and make engagements Loss of Flesh i I breakIfastI When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts t EmulsionITo get fat you must eatI fat Scotts Emulsion is aII great fattener a great strength giverjj Those who have lost fleshtt want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them alljj c bone flesh bloodand Nervel For invalids for convalescents for consumptives for weak children for allII who need flesh Scotts I Emulsion is a rich and comII + fortable food and a natural j tonic I Scotts Emulsion for bonett flesh blood and nerveII We will send you a free sample 1 pictureinthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy scon BOWNE 1 CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and 1 1 all druggbtt I Chris Gleim of Tell City was here MoodnyII FathAr C Brey was in Owenaboro I Monday i Mrs 7 A Ross is visiting in LouisvilleW of Qlendeuno was here Wednesday Geo Wendelken was down from Louisville last wept Fresh oysters in bulk or served in any style English Kitchen Anything in the wall paper line can be had at Sawyer Pallons- Something new in fireworks for Christmas Enulisb Kitchen Miss Margaret Moorman weut In Louisville Monday to visit relatives Fruits for Thanksgiving and Christ mas large variety English Kitchen Mrs1 W Pate has been visiting her sister Mre J T Bryant at Mo Quady You art cordiilly invited to see the Christmas magazines at tne News officeMiss Ruby Jones of Howell is visiting her sister Mrs Martin Binns Mrs Harry Morrison and little son WiCk have returned from a visit to LouisvilleA new stock of wall paper is being put in by Sawyer FallonCall and see thorn Mrs J F Ligbtfoot camo up from Hawesville Friday to visit hoi son Dr F L Lightloot Thursday will be ladies day at the box ball alley from 1 to 4 oclock p m Its free For this wees only I will make six best cabinet photographs for one dollar Brabants gallery Dont forget it Thursday from 1 to 4 oclock will be ladles day at the box ball alley Free to ladies Now Is the time to have your pic ture taen six cabinet size for 1 This week onlyBrabants gallery Playing box ball devAlops the muscles brings roses to the cheeks Lathes may play it free Thursday Mrs A H Murray has returned froth a visit to her son Claude Murray olI Williamsburg O and to relatives in West Vlr iniaIWhat would be more pleasing to one for a Christmas gift than a yeais i subscription to a good magazine Subscription orders are given prompt attention at the News office If you havent selected your Christ mas gifts its not too late to commence now so send in your order to the News office for monogram stationary eng aved cards and subscriptions to magazines Try a pair of Babbago Sons 1 work shoes and 1 shoes for women A limited cumber pot on sale this week at fl No checks no produce Spot cash onlyV G Babbago te SonMiss Winnie Asbby left yesterday tar a visit to Louisville Hopkinsvillo and Bowling Green before returning to her home at Madisonville She was accompanied to Louisville by j Miss Ben Ola Hull whom she has been visiting j if LOCAL BRIEFS 1 ly t rM Weatherholt local agent of the Continental Insuranoa company last Wednesday paid Mrs Nannie Culloy 400 the insurance on the Cnlley pro perty which was burned November 1 4 Miss Ray Reyser is at Elizabethtown this week attending the tenth annual convention of the Kentucky Baptist Young Peoples Union as tho delegate from the Union here The convention 1 went into session yesterday and will adjourn tomorrow evening j i Proctor Keith of the monument j firm of J E Keith Son left San j day for Elizabethtown to accept a position in the monument works of his brother C E Keith Messrs j Keith tare members of the Elizabeth j town brass band which is composed of experienced players iCik Cloverport private library for the 1 year on a new plan compared to that II which hRS been in operation since the xlibrary was organized In past years the members of the library each selected j ijforijI Iithe1 three appointed by Mr Moorman will select the books which will belong to the members collectivly each paying for two books and at the end of the year the members will draw lots for them Mr Moorman is now calling In all the books preparatory to buying new ones Ii The library will remain at Short Haynes II Ii II IIT11LoulsviIJlospentThursday hunting at Skillman and = Holt with Henry Gibbs They bagged some quaiL aI Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanse soothes and heals the diseased membrane It curt catarrh anti drives away a cold In the head quickly Crenm mien IIt placed Into the notrileepreade over the membrane ami Ii absorbedJ IteUeflilm mediitfl ind k euro followi It Is not drying doci not produce emetlng Large Size 60 cents at Drug gltl or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY UROTHEHS 60 Warren Street New York Sam Furrow and Itttlo son are con valescing after an attack of typhoid fever 41 Born to the wite ot C T Mo Clanahan November 18 a daughter Elizabeth Watkins McClanahan tDick Whituhonsu and family left the first of the week tor West Point where he will tako charge ot the Illinoisl Centrals switch tower Rev T C Kerrof Hodgenville fill ed his regular appointment at the Presbyterian church He has been preaching here twice a month but will preach only once a month during the winter He closed u meeting at the Presbyterian church at Guston last Wednesday having twelve conversions 44 A tine pen and ink drawing in Harnmnns show window is tne work of Liluon Smith who is attending the Cincinnati School of Art 4 Dr H L Newsotn hRs been suffering severely for soverall days from a twisted hip r = i 1I Dr1A M Hardaway IrflI flfl- i I i I Irvington Ky J Will be in Irvington one week out rJ 1JVI ftUj ill i l ijY ij Week beginning November 27- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A 3 GOOD THINGS 3 FOR YOU i 3 AT OUR STORE 33 oC Ne have to work early and ate so crowded are we in 1 a our Repair Department t= The reason of this is that we do every piece of work i right Satisfaction guar I Ianteed M Our holiday stock can not i be excelled Handsome = Christmas presents at our = = store in great variety = Best thing to do when your = eyes hurt is to relieve and cure them Murine is that 4thing Sure and positive 4relief in ten minutes j= tI = E = Tl eCe LEWIS SON = = YOUR JEWELERSt= HARD1NSBURQ IENTUCKY fTVYYYTYYT YYYYYVYT VTTTTT aKritsrrrrrrrrdr rMrrrrrrrJ I No Waiting Here- t i t T C I CJust2 lumber you need We have all kinds of CFramingr and choice Poplar and C Walnut is ready for j you CC Thats the thing unable fTr to get so quick j before j Let us have your C E order today Y Your House Barn or 2 Stable may need re I C parsCc t 4 REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Ky i 4W44s i Ao informal reception n honor of Rev and Mrs B M urrlf was I given by the Epworth vague In the I parlors of the Methodist church Friday I evening Tin onblic had own in cited to the reception and there was a good attendance The guests were reo I memberslorwere served during the evening It was a delightful social affair s Capt and Mres H Rowland wont to Custor Wednesday to spend a week or ten days withI Mr and Mrs Alt Taylor Capt Rowland is hunting in the vicinity of Oistttr 11 i The members of the Christian church have changed the hour ot their Sunday afternoon communion service from 230 to j10 oclock in order that tho men may attend the Caracu Bible class at the Methodist church Mrs J H Wills returned Monday from Louisville f lEcarefully feguardfu V the interests of our j Il I customers Moreover i i we frequently do It un t known to them as oppor iiM IA 1 1I ytI m l m IHAVEI111 1 v L 11 Ail ousines entrusted to U 00 is will receive prompt and j careful attention Highest m lijJ m jir j mnI 1 FIlm AND IYIYBURGLARYI CON ER VAT1VB HOARD Otmm DIRECTORS EKKI IKNT OKFKKRI iirr M Bank of Clover pori Glowport Kr m WMflfl MEET ME AT NOLTES Queen Quality H To see them is to admire to wear them is to grow enthusiastic Ten thousand pairs of Queen Quality Shoes would not be made and sold daily did they not furnish the full est measure of style comfort and economyTo about it is all very wellrbut to fuliy appreciate the beauty and elegance of the Queen tyaJrty is to see for yourself Let us prove it J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky I JtI INJtftIt IS THE Flour for the houiakeepar who seeks tho best Many haw found by experience that CADICKS GOLD FLOUR is the best for all baking IIDUST finding it out every day I If you havent tried it do so and bak I ng day will be a pleasure This flour rings the best results for bread pastry ake indeed for everything for which a ood flour is needed Order it from your racer Cadick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND n J Ifl1JJujJIjLlth1nrrcffui jljJfJULL1U GREATCOttoil SALEu Listen Do you hear the echo of that declaration If so read this and see what it say On the 24th and 25th we are going to sell Iloosier Cotton so low as will almost make your head I swim This goods cannot be bought in Louisville today for lots than 6 cents peer yard Add to this the freight drayage and cost of youi own handling and you will son it will cost close to 7 cents Then if you aim to make anything at all on your goods sro what you will have to sell it for I Now we are going to do hotterI by you than even Louisville clue do Wo are going to sell these goods so cheap that you will wonder how we can afford to make such a sacrifice Vi are going to sell you Hoosier Cotton cheaper than your home merchant can buy it at wholesale Now if we can do this can not you come and see our line 2 See how it is possible for us to sell these goods so low But you say we have not yet told you how we are going to sell it Well here are our prices See if you can boat them anywhere IOn the 24th and 25t- hFridayandSaturdayNext t We will sell this selfsame cotton that would cost you seven or eiglilyontsj nnyvvhwe rise for 4c by the bolt or 5c by the yard There is but one ban to mar the entire perfection of this bonanza and that is this oiler is only good for two days the 24th and 25 Save money by purchasing now oven if you dont need the goods at present you will need them and then you will wish you had taken advantage of this neverbeforeheardof price Please remember however that we will only sell as much as one bolt to a family As little in quantity as you like but not over this to any one family And This Is Why We Can Sell So Cheap We bought our goods in such largo quantities this season and at such tin opportune time that we are enabled to offer to the public these splendid bargains Our goods are new bright andattractive and their excellence in quality coupled with tho exceedingly low price is bound to ho recognized as a winning card You need not hesitate to accept our statements as we are ready to prove our assertions and make our statements good Awaiting an opportunity to show you our goods and supply your trade we are yours very truly B F BEARD QA CO 1U1NtfT New Lot of Big Penny Tablets at the News Office e Ji I 4 j f i f j j I I d I III i i t Itt- t 1 y t I r Xl r VVVtfJ VAxf I PI c tj j J f i Ir i1 vv im v It i 1 II i I 1I I i T 0 e Brenrldg New WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1005 ARNOLD KEOWN FOUND DEAD NEAR illS HOME Victoria Youth Killed by Accidents Discharge of Gun Casualties Over- State and How They Happened Arnold Keown age seventeen was found dead about 10 or 11 oclock lay Wednesday morning in a field near bis bomo at Victoria His discharged gun waR found by his side tho content having entered his abdomen It iis thought that tho gun was accidental discharged while he was in the act of raisin it from the ground to tire Young Keown left home the after noon of the law before telling hii mother that he was going out with ins gun and dogs Later she heart several shots but paid no attention to them Keown did not return home al aigbfull hot his mother was not very uneasy as sun supposed tie bad gout to spend the night with a neighbor When he had not leturnod by Wednes day morning and nothing had been heard of hiss it was suggested that lie had perhaps accidentally shot himself and a searching party was GZpMilet1 The boys body WAil found by Jas Muff It was lying near n log in which WM iinbaaded the blade of hits pockotkiiife It is thought that he had been standing on the logwith UM gnu leaning against it and that the gun was discharged while he was ia the 44 of raising it to fire peibaps at rabbit ijJ the shot ranged upward IB his body- Coroner Fuqua was lUiumonBd to theII Eere of tho tr gedJII Young Keown was the son of Mr and Mrs Thus Keown and was well thought of by every one The body was burieeltl Thursday at the Roonrds graveyard i Nose Shot Off and Eyes Out II- Thomas Morrlssey witu h party of friends vas Uri lft Iihii tang expedition tear Ludlow John Browning one of the hunters was currying ft shotgun when it was accidentally discharged The entire charge struck Morrissey iu the face tearing his nose off and destroying his eyesight Dog Watches By Boys Body Charles Reed a thirteen year old colored boy was found dead in a cornfield near Mt Sterling with a hole in his breast His shotgun was found bv his side It is supposed he was accidentally killed while hunting the flay before His dog watched by his oorty all night Hand Blowiitlff Clarence ilaypool of Paducuh hall a hand blown otf by the accidental discharge of a gun while hunting near DorHburg Tenn fllvesFflettd Asslttnnve Shoots Him While hunting quail with H F Stovftll near ItockHeld S BucKner Duncan or Bowling Green was ac identally sllotlThe load from one barrel of atovalls gun struck Mr Duncan right armbetwenn the elbow and shoulder The accident occurred at a point when the hunters wore crossing H log over a stream Mr Duncan preceded Mr Stovall The latter oame near falling and Duncan roach Hi ont with a etick to give him assist once It 18 thought the trigger to Stovulls gun was struck with the stick causing the ilischarw Shoots at Covey Brings Down Man Adam Yochim while hunting near Anchoiago whither he had gone with Mike Roser and Joe Herbst received the contents from Herbsts gun full in the face and the services of a physician were necessary in order to pick out all the bullets Heibst raised his gun to shoot at a ovey and did not see Yochim on the other side of the bushes and as a result the latter lost a tooth hud his lip punctured rJH cheeks tilll with shot midl flits arm injured Hisses Quail Shoots Man George Thomas was walking along the road in DavieRs county when he was shot down by Forest Miller who had missed a quail and the shot struck Thomas in the neck Boy Shoots Father at Front late At Owensboro M1 0 Ford was standing at his front gate when his son attempted to shoot a labbit The father received the contents or the discharge in his abdomen Counterfeiting The Genuine Foley Rs Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of tne great merit and popularity of FoleyB Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for tho genuine Ask foi Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same sat faction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and Is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by A R Fisher i 11 Growers to Pool Cotton Now Orleans Nov 15Followin the arrival of President Harvle Jordan the Southern Cotton Association toda perfected plans for tho taking off tbo market of 3000000 bales of cotton by means of a series of pledges wbicl the farmers will sign themselves stating their name and address and the ameunt cf cotton they will thus hold The cotton held will not be sold for lei 3 than 15 cents a pound A tepro sentative of the association is to be sent into every one ot the 817 cotton producing counties of the cotton bolt at once Wnen the pledges are signet they will be sent to the central ofrici of tno association in Atlanta President Jordan says that half of the crop has already been sold at an average of 10 cents and the spinners must have all the remainder He believes that 15 cents for the remainder is ai fair pi ice and it will only average the spinners llij cents while they have based all their calculations on 14 cents cotton In Time ofPeace In tho first month of the Russian Japan war we had a striking example of tho necessity of preparation and the early advantage of those who so to poak havo shingled their roofs in dry weather The virtue of prepara tion has made history and given to us our greatest men The individual as ivell as the nation should be plepLrldII for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat the first old you take A cold can be cured much pore quickly when treated as SdOU as it has been contracted and before it has become settled in the system Oiamber ains Cough Remedy is famous for its hues for colds and it should he Keep at hand ready for instant use For ale by Short Buynea lo rportii I Brains Booze Beauty Etc CoJ Jack Chil1l9f iHrrOliburg ji rented something of a sensation 1 last v eek by suggesting new motto I or Kentucky Brains booe beauty jj nd bullets It Col fhiiin made the sujj cKtimi ftt the twelfth attnuai meeting olJ he utional Fox Hunters asso iatim at Rardstown j Do not be deceived byIcount rhUu I rhea you buy Witch 1Hazel Salve Tin larnelof E C DeWitlI iSz Co is on very box of the genuine Piles in their ran form will scon pass away if you will apply DoWitts Witch Hnzel Salvo night and morning Best for Cuts turns Bnils Tetter Eczema etc Sold by all Druggists I II In Loving Kememoerance I Of I little Hilary Smith who 11Iel1ii Uctober 20 1901 IIj I One long year has passed today Since Hilary dear was called away II jI llI iow sail it iis to cay vVfl miss him more eVery lay jj- IDII Hilary how I miss your face Your voice 1 can not hoar love you as I loved VJii when You was with mother dear bow my head and sadly wiep I miss my Hilary dar he good Lord knew best j In taking Hilary homo to rest His mother I Nary L Smith j Present Period Most Dramatic in Countys History Says Folk KansHS City Mo Nov 1Ili Ed rani Rosewater editor of tbc Umaha Bee and Gov Joseph W Folk of ligsouri were the guusts of honor at tbe monthly dinner hern tonight of the Knifo and Fork Club Gov Folk in the course of his Hpoeoh said The next few years will be dls ingnisbed as the time in which industrial proolems lire settled the reign of pecial privileges brought to nn eo1 the recognition of the doct1eof equal rights fixed in national Jolil h sand in the conscience of mankind We are in the midst of tno most dramatic perIOd otAmerican history the period in which the peoples rights are to be defined and observed as they never ave been before There have been great reform novemonts in the days gone by but liev were local the vampires of graft wore driven away and remained but a eason and then returned after the raves of public indignation timid spent heir fury The present presents a situation of brighter promise to our vision Reform shows signs of becom ng universal instead of local and ransitoryWill last is the question Will lot tho people soon forget and allow things to continue in the same old warY I answer no Revolutions never go backward and this is a revolu- tIOn that tins been wrought in the con icience of men- The present movement Gov Folk saM did not mean the destruction jut rather the putting of the organizat- IOn of political parties on a higher dace Count States Vote Tomorrow Returns from the recent election will be tabulated by districts at Frankfort omorrow by the State Election Commission Why Send Your Money Away FOR Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town Direct From the Maker At as Low Prices and on Better Terms By this sign you will know and can find Main Ky DRAGGINGdcwn pains area symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally come irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness irri tability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure iis I WINE II I III whichIWRITE US A LETTER in strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free ad vice tin plain sealed envelope I Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn at I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN in my womb and ovaries II writes tars Naomi Bake of Webster Groves Alo and my menses were very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardul feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I did t JV I 4 I No2 Foldi- ngiBrowniel I I I IiI A wonderfully and built on the Kodak plan satisfy experienced simple that children can use PICTURES 2 x3W PriceNews Loads in Cartridges daylight == Fitted with meniscus lens with iris diaphragm stops Full description in ICcdcf at any photographic EASTMAN c1uu er j or Advertisements inserted in the bring results quickly Try one and increase your business Street Clover port capable It will pay you LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays 01 each monthround trip ticket will be sold to points in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana and Texas at rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days iin which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines andcarry sleepers chair car and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the chewy lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps timetable and informaiu about rates etc LOSCHAEFERTPAe O SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST AND FASTEST LINES From LEXINGTON AND LOUISVILLE- To ST LOUIS AND THE WEST Two Trains Daily as Follows- eave Lexington 610 am Louisville 900 am Arrive StLouis 012 pni Carrying vestihuled coaches and CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals a la carts Through without change Leave Lexington 530 p m LouisviJl 1015 pm Arrive St Louis 73 it III Carrying free reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 Has Main street Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Avenue LouisvilleKy or Union Depots What 175Will Willsent heW subscrip lion for the 1906 toume of Thr Youths Companion it will rMftle you to all the Issues for the re foaming marks of iPflJv FkEE it Will entitle j 4u to the Double JVum6 ri for Thanksgiving and CArfiitiiai richly Illustrated iREi if teH entitle you to The Com onions Minutemen Calendar for 1906 an exquisite souvenir FREE It Will entitle you to the fifty two issues of The Companion for 1906 a library of the best read ing Including the features noted belowCut out and send this slip or the name of this paper with your 175 now 7 Serial Stories 250 Complete Stories 300 Interesting Articles Weekly Editorial Review Childrens Page Weekly Article on the Care of the Health Notes on Current Events and Nature and Science Anecdotes and Miscellany Will fill tho pages of The Youths Companion during 1906 illustrated Announcement for 1906 and Sample Uoplet of the paper tent free TilE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Miss K BoUcrlptloru Rwdred it Thii OCce Advice to Young Men It the average young man would read he want ads as closely as the baseball news he would find that 4e had us many chances as a first baseman ErIe Pa Times t Consideration Duke McGluke Why do you call our dog Feathers Count Noaccount Because I dislike to call him down Dont express a positive opinion un- eSB you perfectly understand vrbr feu are talking about LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO1- YCOHPORATIeD r I Fast Mail and Passenger Line 1 between Louisville and vdlle- Steamers EyabSI Ii i TarasconIIII S Tell City L Leave Louisville Monday Wednes 3at day Friday and Saturday 4 p m h Leave Evansville Monday 10 a may f Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m t Through freight rates and passenger ih tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 1 76 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th st Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON SliDAIL THE I ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R I Offers extremely low Round Trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana including New Orleans November 21 December 5 and 19 1905 Tickets al low liberal stopovers good 21 days for return Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points In I Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis Illinois Central Weekly Excursion to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Aogetrt and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Itoute every Wednes day from ChlcaRO 1 Full Partlculars concerning aUot the above can be had ot Home Agents or by addressing KW HARLOW D P Au Louisville SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh I of the stomach arc all due to Indigestion I Kodol cures indigestion This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges tlon as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of Ravenswood W Va says I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years Kodol cured me and we are now using It In milt for babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 1 100 Size holdlnt 2H times the trial size which sells for 50 cents Prepared by E O DWITT 00 CHIOAQQ Sold by nil Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar u Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an InrentloD to probably t at ntable Communlca Ion trlctly con4entlal HANDBOOK on Patent tent free Oldest Money for acunnR tents Patents taken through ilunn it Co receive ipeetal notice jiItbout chance In the Scientific fltnerican errealatton Agree Not To Raise Tobacco Two hundred and forty tobacco grow ers of Mason county are said to have met and agreed not to raise any tobacco next year Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writes E B Reid ot Harmony Me For the past Hve years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid but he learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure ib Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and 100 guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store Trial bottle free Lfind L i 7 i I I k p t I I III I II I k I p b I t ant t I I II II I I I 3z c I e Breckenridge News DAY NOVEMBER 23 1905 Meade County Messenger Forest Blaine ot Concordia has reo ed trom Htephensport where heI I j relatives r and Mrs A U Marshal and Jter Alton of Uautonspent Sunda Irvington with his father W l1 Ashcraft ani Miss Mary jjRis spent Saturday and Sunday a vlngton the guests of MM Jess erndonMiss Cunningham of Irving nwas tbo guest of Mrs Fon Rhode s st week Misses Minnie and Collie Mae Sing ton of Bombay spent Sunday with latives in Breckentidge county Uncle John Curl and daughter Mrs tie Stiles of Breckenridge county- o visiting relatives and friends in eatfp county In the race for police judge in ran fJnburg last Tuesday Judge C C airloigh and C E Scott tied for he place each receiving 48 votes Tho Lays that a tie shall oe decided by lnl the election commissioners dollars to settle th s tie John own tossed for Mr Scott and took I lends whjcn ehowed two best in ice and Mr Scott received the cer cafe 87ten a Meade county boy goes out do something you will always tr from him Will Douglas who has 3n the sporting editor of the Conrier oujnal for years has just been offer 3l the editorship of the sporting department of the Chicago Inter Ocean one of the largest dailies in the world While Wills friends in Meado are glad to hear ot his Ruccess tney willt also bo glad to learn that bo is not to leave Kentucky and the Courier Joqrual but will remain where he first started on the ladder of success Will safe tne C J is good enough for hijfl and as for leaving old Kentucky they couldnt haul him away with a fogs ox team A Card This j to certify that all druggist are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure yogr cough or cold It stops the conch and heals the lungs Prevents pneu mflnja and will cure incipient con sumption Contains no opiates and is a rtof for children Auk tor Foleys Hon y and Tarand insist upon having tStops the cough and heals tho lungs For sale by A R Fisher Why a New Ballot is Needed Under the above head the New York Sun has an editorial which is applicable to this stato as well as New York Tho editorial in question is as tollqwa Now York needs a new ballot be cage under tho present law her citizens are not placed on no equal footing in tit voting booths For those who from fear desire or habit want to vote a straight Ticket the way is made smooth and the task easy For equally reputable citizens who wish to vote split tickets the road is rough and discouraging The ballot now in use is so constructed as to t make miamarkings and errors easy It is so big that to unfold it is a complicated work To refold it properly re qnres considerable skill There are many ways open for a voter to in validate his ballot innocently He may teat it or make a marl outside a voting space or otherwise deface it without intention but with the effect of disfranchisement All that the advocates of a new Rpt ash la that the ballot be made i as sample as possible that the oppor trinity for mistakes and errors be maflp as few as possible and that independent and partisan be put on j thai same footing when they go to vote This could be accomplished by abolishing the party voting circles arranging nil the candidates for each offic in alphabetical order nndei the title of the office andrequiring each voter to murk the candidate of hia a choice for every office except per haps the candidates for Electors of President and VicePresident for eac- hIoupl of whom one mark might be t All spaces on the ballot except the voting spaces =should be tilled in with printing or borders so that nc elector would bo temptAd to mark outside a voting space JNo man except a boss would oppose such an improvement of the ballot No Legislature not controlled by a boss would refuse to make it It j asks no advantage for any individual o The only persons who would suffer 1 from it would be the bosses and its benefits would be felt by every resident of the State A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because indigestion and constipation have sanpped it away is Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and care headache dizziness colic constipation etc WpfM sflfl at Shprt 1 Haynes drug atoro DPc et- eat4 4 No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con coctions are taken into the stomach whoa Hyomei is used Breathed balsamleyhealing of Hyomel penetrates to the most remoto cells of tbo nose and uatarrlialtgerms heals tho irritated mucous membrane and glues complete and permanent pure Hyomel is tho simplest most pleas ant and the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit 100 extra bottle GO centsFor sale by Short Haynes All AirnliiHt the Prtruunrr Sydney Smith loved to tell n good story and one that haunted his brain and tickled his sides for weeks way that of a tame mngplo In a church that suddenly descended on the trading desk nnd strove to fly off with the ser mon and of the desperate struggle that ensued between the bird and the preacher the congregation all In favor of the bird Xntnrnlty Patient Well doctor do you think Im getting veil all right DoctorOil yes You still have a good deal of fe ver but that doesnt trouble me 1a tlent Of course not If you bad n fever It wouldnt trouble meTal iI The Lot When a fellow has discovered that all iris loose change tins 1Altered through n hole In his trousers pocket It Is nearly Impossible to get him to accept the scientific proposition that nothing In ever lost A Wonderful Theory Gladys I dont like this egg n untie Its not good Auntie Nonsense deny It was only laid yesterday Gladys Well then It must have been laid by a bad hen Slli In the Future Cnshler coughing Pardon me I did not catch your last name Ethel blus- hIngI havent caught It yet myself Cleveland Ieader Mans unreasonableness is oftenas great as a womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Republican of Leavenworth Ina was not unreasonable when bo refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife way then so sick she could hardly leavo her bed and five 5 phy sicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters sho was per fectly cared and can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists price GOc Notes About New Railroad Hartford Herald P D Urizzard and his surveying party have moved their camp to Dun dee and will likely be there about a month oy whiuh time it is thongut tho survey for the new railroad will be about completed as far as Fords vi lie Condemnation proceedings have been begunin tne Ohio county court to condemn land for the rigbt of way of the Madisonville Hartford East ern Railroad Those against whom suite have been filed are Dr W M Warden and 0 Lee Warden Outer town R T Ross T C Stratton and Capt S K Cox Hartford But few pfioplo are entirely free from indigestion at this season of the year Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not only the best remedy to use because it digests what you eat but because it also onabl a the digestive apparatus to as similate and transform all toods into issue building blood Kodol relieves sour stomach heart burn belching and uniforms of Indigestion Sold by tAU Druggists Doomed the Colonel Emperor William 1 I of Germany was strict disciplinarian One day during the maneuvers of the army n cavalry regiment charged at a strongly In trenched and embatteried village of which the garden walls were lined with marksmen Look look I exclaimed the Russian representative That regiment Is lost No was the emperors calm reply this regiment Isnt but the colonel certainly Is AndI sure enough at the close of the maneu were ho was placed on the retired list TTTO Kind or IJojr My son got brain fever from studlIing too lard said one mother to anther trying to repress a thrill of Intel lectual pride Thats bud but my boy broke his leg and two ribs in his first game of football replied the other with motherly gratification Baltimore American Thinking of the Cook Jones What makes you think Snubbfl absentmlnded Freycr We wont in to an auction store yesterday The auctioneer was shouting Going go- Ing and Snubbs sbQuts Please dont got I will give you SG a month more and helve a girl w1tep you with the WMhtngr I i Senator Blackburn Confident IWillAbide by Caucus Decision Louisville Ky Nov 15J C S Hlactcburn candidate to succeed him sell as United States Senator declared yesterday that his legislative anpp rt ers would go into a caucus with thy Paynter forces and expressed tho ut most confidence that ho would be the next Democratic nominee for Senator He declared that ho would abide by the result of the caucus and if it should decide against him he would not carry tbo tight on to the tloor of the Legislaturo I have been an advocate of Dem ocratic caucuses for forty years he declared and I believe this Senator fat nomination should hu decided by caucus But if the caucus nominates Paynter what will you Hot he was asked and auwsered in this way Once I was the victim of n lot of Hessians who bolted a caucus and you zany be sure that I will never put myself in the position that they were in I consider any man who bolts a party caucus a traitor to that patty Senator Blackburn declined to gIve the exact number of members of the Legislature that are pledged to him but declared that there wore a suffici ent number to insure Ills nomination and election It will require fiftythree to nominate in tho caucus and seventy to elect all tho Senators and Representatives voting Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of ago suffer from tcidnuy and bladder disorders usually ealarge meat of prostrate gland To is is both painful and dangerous and Foloys Kidney Cure should be talon at the first sign of danger as It corrects irregularities and has cured ninny old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Hook Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostate gland and kidney trounle for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Lure I feel bettor than I have for twenty yours although I am now 01 years old For smile by A K Fisner Slndrlnr Xnforp The thing to aim at In studying tho beauties of nature ns IIs the case with all artistic pleasures IIs the perception of quality of small meets Many of tho people who believe themselves to have an appreciation of natural seen ery cannot II lIP rtn It It except ou n sensational scale They ran derive n certain pleasure from wide prospect of startling beauty rugged mountain steep gorges greatt falls of waterallt- he things that are supposed to be litturesque But though Ibis Is all very well ns far as It goes It Is n very Lie mpntnry kind of tiling Tilt perception of which I speak IN n perception wbiiIi calm lhI fed In the most fiinllliir scene In the shortest stroll even in n uneaten Uiry glance front a + vlndov The thing + to look out for our little aciMent or light and color little etVeiis of chance grouping the Iraiisliuiirnilon of some well known aunt even commonplace obI jest such as IIs produced bv Ile sudden burst Into greenness of Hie trees that peep over some suburban garden wall or b the sunlight falling bv a hti py accident on pool or tiosvrrtoruliil- l1hy the Horse iirrdv tIt JJuIr An interesting report reganliiiK the development of the musicalI seraI In horses was made by a committee of German zoologists and botanists The report says The Investigations as ti the musical sense of horses have showi that that sense Is very poorly develop ed In these animals It has been pros ed beyond doubt that horses have no notion whatever of keeping time to music and tha tat circuses they do not dance according to the tune limit that the musicians have to keep tine according to the steps of the animals Other Investigations show that horses do not understand military trumpet signals It IIs ouly the rider or the animals Instinct of Imitation which induces horses to make till moves required by the signal but no horse without a rider however carefully trained takes the slightest no tice of n trumpet signal nnd the same observation has been made on a large number of cavalry horses without riders Science of flea lllnirlnir It was Sunday morning and the bell ringer had Just finished ringing the chimes that called the godly to church Bell ringing Is a science Did you know that he said It Is called campanology and there are abstruse and technical terms in It like Kent rrcblo bob Stedman cinques double court bob dodges coils and stln goes Each of these terms defines n certain phase or kind of bell ringing In England there Is a society the Cen tral Council of Bell Ringers that every campanologist desires ardently to be long to Maybe you think bell ringing Is simple Do you know what a peal Is A peal In ringers parlance in a series of COOO changes rung upon a chime no change occurring more than J onceNew York Press CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the JSignature of j CG Y Diet gull Higentlun Abstemiousness In diet Is very conducive to 11 good digestion It Is preferable to be a little underfed than lit nl overfed Ilenee we come to one of the first causes of Indigestionl lu the mlmi too large a quantity of food After tin ordinary meal the food should all bavi left the stomach by the end of sixj v seven hour If owing to uu exrosHli quantity the stomach cannot deal vi the amount some food remains in tin stomach and ferments This treat discomfort pain wind nausea anti perhaps vomiting by means of which the abused stomach gets rid of Its bur den If the sufferer U not thus forte nattily sick the best thing he can do 1 Is to drink u large tumbler of lukewarm water which will probably Induce vom- Iting and HO wash out the stomach Half a teaspoonful of bicarbonate of soda added to the fluid will cause stll more relief During the next twenty four hours the lightest diet such as a little tea and dried toast some boiled rice a little arrowroot or corn flour should be taken- Chotohnree nt the Oyiukhnnn In Modern India the author Wll lIam Kleroy Curtis records his tneel Ing with the word gymkhana and ventures to say that nobody who has not been lu India can guess what that meansAnd If you want another conundrum what IU a fhotolinzrcc It is customary for smart people to have their eboto hnm e at the gymkhana and 1 think you would Le pleased to join them aft er taking the beautiful drive which lends to the place Nobody knows where the word was derived from but it Is used to describe a country olub a bungalow hidden under a beautiful grove on the brow of a cliff that overhangs the bay with nil of the appurte nances golf links cricket grounds racket courts and indoor gymnasium and everybody stops there on an after noon drive to have iliotohazrec which Is the local term for afternoon ten and for early morning coffee VliMlln0r Your Wale The old superstitious belief that you will change your luck if you stop wind Ing your watch nt night und wind It In tit morning may have some slight bn sis In fart arcordlng to a jeweler who says that the morning IIs the proper time to tlo the winding This is not only beoansc Ithe hour of rising IIs for the average man much more regular than that for retiring but even the so berest and most orderly of men mire apt to relax and prone to carelessness at bedtime when more or less worn lh v the went nail tear of the day In this condition the winding Is apt to lie done In a Jerky irregular sort of way or too far of 1101 fur enough Nine people out of ten nlnd their watches on going to bed said Ithe Jeweler hilt It they would do It when they get up at soma regular point In the process of making their tollel they would do It nnuh het ter Philadelphia Record CurIo Alnmhoace The most curious almshouse In Eng land ila St Marys hospital at Chlches ter There eight old ladles live actually In the church which litI a fine old build ing dating from 1C80 It was originally a monastery but when Queen Eliza beth came to visit there she turned it Into an almshouse to endure as long as nlmshoiMtN exist The old ladles have two neat little rooms each down the Hides of the main church with win dows looking out on the garden They have each a coal supply n kitchen range water and gas At one mud of the church Iis the chapel where dally services are held Time choir stalls are beautifully carved old oak the original seats that them nonkB used The church stands In a quiet little square Two Hrrlou While a great many persons probably take themselves too seriously enter taming an altogether exaggerated opin ion of their ability and worth not many nowadays go to the extreme length of tl e German whom the English poet Coleridge met at Frankfort He always took off ids bat when he ventured to speak of himself Were this practice to become general what a number of people would be permanently bareheaded1 Boarding n Ilnnnaiu Have you ever noticed the right way to get late a hansom when two people arc riding Few persons knowwhat to do In nine cases out of ten the one who enters llrst seats himself on the off side But this is wrong If on getting In firstI you take the near sent your companion can then enter In ease maid comfort which otherwise he could not To Wnterprqof C nrn Scientific American gives this recipe for waterproofing for canvas Soft soap dissolved In hot water and a solution of Iron sulphate added The sulphuric acid combines with the potash of time soap and the Iron oxide Is precipitated with the fatty acid as insoluble Iron soap This Is washed and dried and mixed with linseed oi- lMaullne Mrs Hlx Mrs June strikes me as being entirely too masculine for a wo man Mrs Dlr Yes Indeed Why every time she has an ache or a pain she makes an much fuss about it as a man would Discretion First Lawyer It seems to me you let that last witness down pretty easily In your cross examination Second Law yerI had to Ho Is my tailor and I owe him a big bill When a man says Of course Its no business of mine it Is a sure sign that he IM going to do the beet bo can to attic It hi bBslrioM WNCHJTEllLeader and Repeater SMOKELESS POWDER SHELLS Carefully inspected shells the best com binations of powder shot and wadding loaded by machines which give invariable results are responsible for the superiority of Winchester Leader and U Repeater Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells There is no guesswork in loading them Reliability velocity pattern and penetra tion are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments Do you shoot them If not why not They are sHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT u Gov Hanly Stops Gambling A special to tne Indianapolis News from West Baden Ind says that on December 10 the Indiana Monte Carlo will pass out of existence for on that day the Casino at West Baden and tho Casino at French Lick will dose their deals and two of tho greatest gambl ing nouses in the West will retire from business and not only will the games at these two famous health resorts stop but gambling for the first time in so many years that people around here cannot remember back will come to an end intltho valloy Ed Ballard tho gamest sportsman and ono of the nerviest gamblers in the country has been whipped out I dont Know anything to say about it except that Goy HanlyI said he would stop gambling at French Lick and West Baden and I guess the Governor has made good and Ballard went on talking to u friend with whom he was conversing at the time he was interrupted by the News correspondent A liquid cold cure and the only Cough Syrup which moves the bowels works all cold out ot the systemis Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar Clears tho head and throat and makes weak luuse strong Best for Croup Whoop ing Cough etc Children love it Sold by all druggists Resented Talk Against Brother Kdith Adntns wife of Geo Adams principal of the colored public school and Susie Kolmrds of color were pre sented in Judge Wills court Thursday afternoon as the result of an nlterca lion in which they engaged and n sub sequent fight which had ouly a begin ning as it was stopped at the tart by Adams himself lib wife it seem was accused by the other woman of conies ing to another person information detrimental to the character of her brother one Frank Robards Robards sister re seated the alleged art and thou the trouble started Judge fills fitted the itobarcc woman 120 hvery ounce of focd you eat that fails to oigffit does a pound of harm It turns the entire meal into poison Tars not only deprives the blood ot the necessary tissuebuilding material but it poisots it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is II perfect digestant It digests the food regardless ot the condition of the stomach It allows that organ to rest and get strong again Relieves Belching Heart Burn Soar Stomach Indigestion Palpitation of the Heart etc Sold by all Djugmsta A Liberal MUnrntlon- 1rofessor Huxley held this opinion as to what constitutes a liberal educa tion The man has u liberal education woo has been so trained in youth dial his body Iis the ready servant of ills will and does with ease tend pleasure all the work that as a mechanism It IIs capable of whose Intellect is n clear cold logical engine with all its parts of equal strength and In smooth work lug order ready like the steams engine to be turned to any kind of work and spin the gossamers ns well as forge the anchors of the mindI whose mind Is stored with a knowledge of the grout pad fundamental truths of nature and of the laws of her operations one who no stunted ascetic is full of life maid fire but whose passions are trained to come to halt by a vigorous will the servant of a tender conscience who has learned to love all beauty whether of nature or of art to hate all vileness and to respect others as himself Such a one and no other lias had a liberal education What 1HKzlrcl Him WifeI mended the hole In your trousers pocket lust night after you had gone to bed John dear Now am not I a thoughtful little wife Hus band dubousy Well er yees you are thoughtful enough my dear but how the mischief did you discover thatI there was a bole In my pocket WUc Willie You should bo like the chickens Willie Just see how early they wake up in the morning Oh well I could wake up early too ma If I stood up all night Her Vocation She Yed she married him to reform him He But she is trying to obtain a divorce now She Well I suppose she wants to reform another man now n LOWEST SPECIAL HOMESEEKERSRATES EVER HADE TO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry =THE HENDERSON ROUTE 1In connection with all other routes 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than oneway fare for the round trip on Oct tf and IT Nov 7 and 21 Dec C and 19 Tc points in the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis and Cotton Belt Route You can afford to go now nearly as cheap traveling as staving at home Write for maps and literature on Southeast Missouri Arkansas North west Louisiana Texas Also cost of tickets time of trains etc L 0 SCHAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 RW LaBEAUME GP TA 51 Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route For Homeseekers Cheapest rate yetless than one way faro foi the round trip to pointis in the Southwest Uo via Memphifi or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct P and 17- Nov 7 and 21 Deo j and ll Finest time to visit the Southwest see the crops and locate a home Write for maps literature and coat tickets to any point L 0 SCHAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 EAVUBEAUME GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route Subscribe for the News Jt A T a f t t oj f r a I i t t t a t e ri 1 j r r f tf I J S Hli r J rL 11 J 1i j r VJAV I W i I f rI rI t 1t if 11 Ij J t i rI y I I I f i f I J f J 1 c THE BEST FRIENDSPERUNA ATHE MOTHERS CHILDthJ When Sickness Pontes to the Little Ones It Is the Mother Who Chiefly Suffers Sho suffers even more than tho child who happens to be sick Her sympathy Is deeper than that of any other member of the family The mothers look forward with dread to tho torrid heat of summer thinking of thoir children and thomiiny liabilities to disoaao that are beforo them Spring and summer are sure to bring ailments especially among the little folksItdoos not take a mother very long to dtscovor that Poruna is the best friend oho has in times of illness among the children Tho doctors may como and go with thoir different theories and constant change of remedies The doctor of entirelyyears ago gavo different remedied than ho does todayII Each year finds some prescriptions and In the drugs ho relies upon A Multitude of Mothers Have discovered that Icruua Is the standby and that in all the ailments of spring and summer to which tho children are subjected Parana id the remedy that will most quickly relieve Whether it is spring favor or stomach derangement whether it is indigestion or bowol disease a catarrhal congestion of tho mucous surfaces is time cause Pcrnna quickly relieves this condition of the mucous membranes Its opera tion is prompt tho children do not dis like to take the medicine it has no dole terious effects in any part of tho body It simple removes tho cause of the dlsagreoable symptoms and restores the healthPoruna not a physic Pcruna is not a norvino nor a narcotic Peruna does not produce any drug habit however long it may bo taken Pcruna is not a stimulant Pcruna is a specific remedy for all catarrhal ailments of winter and sumI mer acute or chronic Tho mothers all over tho United States are tho best friends that Poruna has The Mothers Hold Peruna in High Est emINot only because it has cured them of their various ailments but becauso it always rescues tho children from the throes and grasp of catarrhal diseases We have in our flies bushels of testimonials from mothers whose children have been cured by Pcruna However the large majority of mothers who uso Peruna wo never hear from Hut we do hear from a great number of mothers who are so overjoyed at oino upocial good they have received front IVruna that they cannot restrain jII their enthusiasm They arc anxious toI aharu those ben uU with other mothers I BIG SPRING lion Clnrkson was in Louisville lust weekDont forget the Baptist dinner on Thantcugivingi Born to the wile ot Williei Gnilith Nov 17 a dsughte John H Mearinr was in Louisville last week with hogs There will be a baptising hero on Sunday morning November 20 The Ladies Aid social suet with Bliss Daisy leader Sntnulay night James Liuileli ot Garrett was the guest of his daughter Mrs Jack Collins Thursday Mi ami Mrs Henry Hardiu of Eliahethtovvn arts here spending a few days with nix mother babe Meadur of Elizabethtown was hero Thursday in the interest of James Sweets drug store Mr Millett representing Brown Puruinn ite Co wholesale wniaky was here Thursday to see John D Meador It S Duwell returned From Louis villa Friday where he hid betn and disposed of old tobacco lie bought last S5aeebbThe ladles of the Baptist church will Hive a ir oclock dinner on Ihankd givingi i fur the 1t Illt ot their church A lull dinner course will be served lttattasrtw Ayers You can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops Hair Vigor falling of the hairalso Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so Of faded until it wa about white It IIfhRlr bottle of Areri Hair rigor tn rr torp It to Its former dark rich color tour Jlalr Vleor crrtalnly does what you claim lo- rItA 91 IloriUAtt Itockinghain C 1100 a bottle 1 C Ayaa CO All IIrlltfor Ixiwel Mu Fading Hair The Benefit Which the Children of the United States Save Received From Peruna Can Never Be Put Into Words The chronic ailments it has prevented the suffering it has mitigated will never be fully recorded But at least this much can bo said that tho coming generation owes n great debt to Poruna for it is in the tender years of youth that slight ailments are liable to develop into lasting disease thus blasting the wholo career of the IndividualThe who are bringing up their ohlldren today to believe in Peruna are doing a great work for humanity These children brought up to believe In Pcrnna from the start will when they become heads of families them selves use Peruna with unquestioning faUlt Peruna Protects the Entire Household- As soon as the value of Peruna is appreciated by every household both as- a preventive and cure tens of thousands of lives will be saved aixl hundreds of thousands of chronic li fevering cases of catarrh will be prevented PATESV1LLE Little Roscoe Young icon the sick list Tnere armed at the home of Mr ami Mr Allen Jarboe Tuesday of iHst week a girl W J1 1 Fwwver who recently returned from St Louis Mo has ueeii 0111 the sick list A V Day and family went to Whitesvilie Sunday to visit relatives for a few day Rev Hartford M the Fordaville cir cart delivered his first serairn at the M E cnnroh Sunday I Missis Addle and Lucy ttorley whomI hive been visiting toe family ot Rev R M Oldham of Rockval returned nome Saturday After a few weeks visit to irinnda and relative here unit at Stephensport Mr and Mr A T Blaine left for Memphis Penn and other southern points to spend the wint- erSTEPIIENSPORT Miss Ida Jarrttt is on the sick list Rev Lewis filled his regular ap- pOintment here Sunday Mrs Eliza Blaine was the guest of her son Kirby Sunday Miss Cora McCoy spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Clint Adkison has returned and ex pects to spend the winter at the Conn houseMrs F C Furry and son Miller returned to their home in Louisville Sunday 1 Mort Skillman of Washington D C is the guest of hia brother R S SkillmanGeorge E Terrill and little son of Louisville are here with a party of huntere Gene Conner was in Louisville Sun day to see his son Traverse who is there having his eye treated Miss Zolma Lay came home to be with her parents Saturday and return edSnnday to her schoo The surprise paityllwas very much enjoyed by all who attended at Miss Murray Barkleys Friday night Dirs Lowry Smith ot Lewisport who was the guest of Mr and Mrs L B Helm leaves today for her home Dr A B Weaver and Scott Duncan of Louisville stopped in at the Conn house Saturday for a days hunting i Mrs Thrcsa Hooke 258 N Ashland Ave Chicago IlL Treasurer Ladies + of the Maccabees writes T I In our home Peruna is tho only medicine wo have Grandmother mother ff- father+ and child all have used Poruna It is our great remedy for catarrh of t meIt I cold A couple of doses cure him catchesII t JI the baby has colic oran stomach disorders a dose or two cures her jlconsider Peruna finer than any doctors medicine that I have ever t1 I tried and 1 know that as long as we have it In the house we will all be i ttable to keep In good health Thrcsa Rooke ft M No Doctor Required- Mr Edward Otto 0i Do Solo street St Paul Minn writes- I cannot say enough for Peruna It has done great work in my family es pecially for my oldest boy Wo had doctored with threo or four different doctors and they did not seem to do him goodWo tip hopes of cnre and BO did they but we pulled him through on Perumis We had several doctors and they said they could do no more for him so we tried Peruna as a last resort and that did the work Since then we keep l It In the house all the time and no doctor Is required Edward Otto Geo Gilliland and G Fyinire pass ed through town Sunday Irotn Louis ville en route to their home at Chenault Di Clarence Pope and C E Mould arrived here Saturday from Louisville with a party of hunters who are stopping at the Conn home Miss Murray Harklny will be tne hostess at a charming tea given on Friday for the young ladies at home It will be a Japanees tea and tho de corations which will be elaborate will be Japanese CHENAULT J C Brotlie is convalescing- JJ F Jarboo went to Louisville last week on business Lee Limes of Kockport is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Normal Matcher of Rockport is here this week teaching music Mrs Abe Bennett and litle son Crafton spent Snnday with Mr and Mrs George Lewis Dr Sphir was called to Indiana last Thurfcday to see Mrs Walter Cum wings who is very sick Mrs Jennie Mogan and little son C L of Holt are visiting her sister inlaw Mrs J C Brodle Mr and Mrs Joseph Greenwell of RhodeliH spent Sunday with her par ents Mr and Mrs C C Warren Guy E Burch of Louisville spent a few days last week with friends and relatives and was accompanied home by his sister Rosemary DUKES R J Tindle spent Sunday with L NewburyRev Bowltls gave a lecture at the C P Church Saturday night Clarence Sapp of West Virginia is visiting friends and relatives her Miss Pearl Bashatu was the guest of Miss Vcatress Newbury Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Jack Smiley spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs C C Dasham Mr and Mrs i Newbury and daughter wire the guest ot Mrs Cabal at Ilawesville Sunday Harvey Bashatn of Geritig was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Jerry Basham Saturday night Mrs Jack Tindle is visiting her daughter Mrs Clara Campbell at Lewis port a few days this week Misses Anna Lamb audMollie Fawver l + H + H Peruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Peruna has found per manent use in so many homes is that it contains no narcotic of any kind Pe rnna is perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquir ing a drug habit Peruna does not pro duce temporary results It is permanent in its effect It has no ball effect upon the system antI gradually eliminates catarrh by removing the cause of catarrh There are a multitude homes where Peruna has been used off and on for twenty years Such a thing could not be possible if Peruna contained any drugs of a nar cotic nature were the guests of Misses Carrie and Pearl lluBham Thuisdty night Miss Clara Duke who has been visiting her sister Mrs Anna llardin at Webster returned home Stturda- yHARDINSBURGI County court next Monday T J Moore went to Louisville Fri day Judge N McC Mercer is in Louis yule U V Robertson was in Owensbero last week Henry L Kurtz of Webster was in town Monday Born to the wife of Lewis Tarboe Nov 10 a girl Born to the wife of Alfred Heston Nov 19 a girl Dr John EKincheloe was inLouis ville last week Miss Lytie Ford wus a visitor at Cloverport Sunday Judge Matthias Miller was in Han cock county last week W D Bland of West Point was the guest ot friends here Hunday Georgi Cundiff of Valley View was tho guest of friends here Sunday The Fireside Club was entertained Saturday afternoon bj Mrs Ira WalkerMrs Jesse C Payne of West Point in visiting her mother Mrs Mary C HestonMayor Wright of the U S army was in town Friday the guest of Gen D R Muwav Mr and Mrs T J Hook and Mrs W F Hook wore visitors in Louisville last week Mrs Lowry Smith of Lewisport was the guest of Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridgo Friday Charles Reynolds of Lexington re gister ot the land office under Gov Bradley was in tho city Monday James Harned a prominent farmer and stock buyer ot Big Spring was in town Wednesday on a business trip wThe Rev G S King closed a suc cessful revival at Kirk Sunday There were eight conveisiona and five addi tions Thoa Greenwell ot Brandenburg has been appointed night operator at the telephone exchange Chas McGIll having resigned that position Never before was there such a de Mr G II Farmer New Martlnsvllle W Va writes Our little son Harry ia well and healthy now and we think if we do nsI you directed us ho will keep his health and grow strong IAnc know that our little sons life was saved byyour wonderfulmedicine Peruoa and we shall always praise Peruna and use It in our family when needed Should wo havo any more catarrhal trouble in our family we shall always write to you for treatment G II FarmerMr Andrew Sterner Muddy Creek Pa writes I havo Peruna in my house all the time and wont bo without it It is good for children when they take a cold or croup It cured my baby boy of croup- I have introduced Peruna into six families since I received your lath letter and four have seen relief alredyl Howard Andrew Sterner mnnd for houses in Hardinsbnrg ashI exists now About five families wish to come to town hut there is not a vacant house in the place About 2HO oclock Fiiday morning fire was discovered in the corn crib of Morris B Beard The crib and his barn were burned to the ground Good work on tho part of the crowd which quickly assembled prevented his re sidence tram catching fire The loss is about 200 How tho fire originated is n mystery IRVINGTON Willis Green of Falls of Rough WHS in town Sunday lid Meddle of Lonisville was the guest of Gre n Bandy last week Dr L B Moremen was in Brandon burg Monday to see his father Quarterly conference was held here Saturday and Sunday by the presiding elderWallace Claycomb loft Saturday for Louisville whence he goes to Okla homaQuite a large crowd of ladies from here were in Louisville last week shoppingR Jolly Jr spent Sunday at Long Branch tho guest of Miss Katie McGeheeMiss Mndd has returned from a visit to her sister Miss Iva Mndd of Louisville Miss Blanche Claycomb left Saturday for Louisville where sno expects to spend the winter R B McGlothlan was at Jolly Sta tion Glendeane and Falls of Rough last weeK on business Miss Ellen Munfoid has returned from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Louisville Henry Davis will move tins woes to hiB new farm which he purchased of Ed Goodman of near Hardinsburg- Mrs G L Brady was called to LoniBvillo Monday to see her dau gnter Mrs Tony McCoy who IS very ill Mr and Mra Ji3 Moredock and children left Sunday for New Orleans after a visit to Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoyTho Ladies Club will neat with Mrs R B McGlothlan on Friday OAXORABm theTho Kind You pate Always Bought Signature I of Peruna Sho ldB Kept it1 Every Household 4 Where There Are Little Children Peruna should bo kept in the honk all tho time Dont wait until the ohiMP Is sick then send to a drug store Bat havo Peruna on hand accept no S1Ibo mute Children are especially lIablo to acute catarrh Indeed most of the affection of childhood are catarrh All forms of sore throat quinsy croup hoarseness laryngitis etc are but Hi feront phases of catarrh Mrs Amelia Saner Monasha Wiwrites 1 have used Porana for a number ok years It cured mo of chronic catarrl which suffered with from infancy When my three children wore boht they all had catarrh bat I have givoil thom Parana and find it very ettooUh in ridding them of this horrible trouble I find that it if also god to give theM as a tonio and a preventative of cola and colic In fact I consider It a household blessing I would not know how ft raise my children without It I am pleased to give It my recommend lion Amelia Sailer Address Dr S B Hartman Prosidd of The Hartmaa SirJUrium Goloja bus Ohio All correipoadence held strictly otstr fidontUl evening at 7 oclock with Miss Edith Marshall as leaderIIMrs Wm Cornwall returned last vices from a visit to her daughters I Mrs S R McClmtiok and Mrs Tnrner of LuisvilleIRev T A Wigginton left Friday for his home in Evansville Ind niter condnting a series of meetings here at the Presbyterian church for the past two weeks EKRON moVI 1 farmMr and Mrs J W Barr of Fry miro have bought property here and will cast their lots with us in the near futureThe Ladies Aid will give a box supper and coffee social at Miss Josie LeGrands Saturday evening Nov 25 at 7 oclock No town on the Henderson RonhT has a brighter future than Ekron The 1 thqIlift to the general prosperity of the town and surrounding community Oar people were never more enthused over their prospects The Ladles Aid of the Baptist church are a small band of energetic work ers never missing an opportunity to make a few dollars for the aid of their work They have already made over 800 which is quite a good sum con sidering their opportunities for mak ing money The First StatelBank will baila banking house and hall 22 by 50feet twostory brick Ground was roken Monday This bank is doig a nice business Its deposits are growing every day A C Crouch the cashier is giving general satisfaction He and his wife are quite an addition to oar society Mrs Wickliffe UeHaven charmingly entertained Monday afternoon in nonor of Mrs Chas Cottrell who loaves today for Pensacola Fla after having spent several weeks with Mrs G W Short Tho feature of the enter tainment was the game FortyTwo Mrs DtjHaven sept tally and the tally cards were hand made Sixteen guests wore present and the hostess was as elated in receiving by her sister Miss Mamie DeHaven rF old The Presbyterians have placed a street lamp In tront of their church Ll j I L I I I I I kI f it- y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS n MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOYKMPER 22 1005 p irrf TTO LIKE A PIRATE OF OLD r ALEXANDER MACLEAN ROADIE- THE SEA IN SWIFT SCHOONER Accompanied by Thirty Reckless Buccaneers He Defied Governments and GunboatsNow In Tolls of the LawTheros manRunsCaptain Alexander MacLean as bold a rover as ever lived during the priv ateering days when pirate ships lay galleons Is he will not sail the deep in that freehanded manner which made him the object of search by United States and British authorities A few weeks ago under an indictment for conspi THE SCHOONER I racy in fitting his schooner Car menclta in of the sealing laws he was arrested at Victoria Brit ish Columbia The Department of State received a telegram announcing the ar rest of a crew made up of men said to beAs choice a band of pirates and cut throats as ever manned a pirate craft since the days ot Captain Kltld MacLeans home has ever been on the sea he knows no life but that on the deep blue and he finds no enjoy ment on shore He has been a rover and not a freight carrier and any dare devil enterprise nt sea that needed a strong arm could find an adherent in Captain MacLean whether In search of pirate treasure running a contra band cargo or Illegally poaching for seals found him the man he has had experience in all MacLeans ship the Carmencita was formerly the Jenny Thelin built in 1869 when speed and not carrying capacity was desired Poaching for Seals What the rakish looking schooner did prior to 1894 had nothing toTlo with MacLeans operations but It was alleged In April 1104 that the schooner was chartered and outfitted for a poach ing cruise among the rookeries of the far north The RussoJapanese war be ing then uppermost in the minds of the two nations concerned it was consld ered by the poachers that they would A CAPT ALEX MAC LEAN not be in a position to guard their in erests and a raid on the Russian sealing Islands was the real object of the cruise Great Britain Canada and the United States have an agreement to prevent pelagic sealing so that apparently to protect the ships owner from prosecution under either United States or British laws the ships name was changed to Carmencita and registry papers taken out In Mexico Thirty Devils at Beck and Call On May 6 she headed for the north ern Islands MacLean sitting aft thirty reckless daredevils forward and cases of repeating rifles and ammunition in the captains cabin She had cleared for Victoria for a cargo but instead sailed for the little islands in the Ber ing Sea where it was understood a new rookery was discovered Captain MacLean has had a varied experience with the authorities not only on the Carmencita but on other vessels of which he was master At one time a revenue cutter annoyed him by demanding that his papers be sent on board for examination Upon his refusal the revenue officers threatened to open fire on him Invoked the Stars and Stripes MacLean hearing this ordered one of his men to run up the flag The Stars and Stripes were hoisted and Big Alec as he Is known yelled out TheDdipped and turned away Several times this bold nuvlgatorhas had settos with government authorities but a short time ago the Carmencita made a raid on the copper islands and had a brush with the revenue patrol one of the crew be ing wounded and sent to Seattle Wash for treatment The attention of Mexico having been called to the illegal acts of the Car mencitas crew that government on November 1 1904 cancelled the Mex ican registry With this taken away from him MacLean had the name of the schooner changed to the Acapulco It Is understood that when he dropped into Drake Bay for supplies he had only 100 skins on board taken from the sealing preserves of the Arctic so that government officials have suspect PIRATES violation ed that the great amount of money displayed on that occasion must have come elsewhere than from the fund de rived from the sale of skins The gov ernment agents believe that several men now under indictment in the West in connection with this poaching trip furnished the funds Always Eluded the Law MacLeans movements were conduct ed so cleverly that he could never be held until now he always made the technicalities of the law cover his operations but the Department of Justice has been gathering evidence through the personal direction of Chief Wilklo of the Secret Service and it was this evidence that led to his indictment in San Francisco a short time ago So now the piratical course of Captain Alexander MacLean seems at an end and the stern hand of the law holds him in its grip It remains to be seen whether his luck will again serve him in good stead and enable him to sail away to the great white silence where the treasured furbearing ani mals are found or whether the govern ments evidence will be strong enough to shackle him- Japanese Dwarf Trees In Japan are some very remarkable trees They are hundreds of years old and not a hundred inches high The most marvelous collection Is in Count Okumas garden near Tokio Here are pine trees that started to grow in the seventeenth century that at the dawn of the twentieth century are not too large to be carried in one hand pot and all Others whose seed was planted about the time when Columbus sailed for America are already outstripped by saplings planted year before last In another place Is a grove of 1111 putian plum trees gnarled and knotted and twisted by centuries of wind and weather that are none of them too large to grace a dinner table as they often do when In full bloom More marvelous still there are other little trees probably planted in the early sixties that are still thriving it Is too much to say growing In a tea cup while others planted before Cleve lands last term In office have not out grown a ladys thimble The Japanese are past masters in the art of dwarfing trees They nip off the trees roots and pinch Its limbs and starve it with little soil and let it go thirsty and dry but at the same time keep the breath of life in it un til It becomes the veriest travesty of a tree a manikin vegetable with the wrinkled face of an old man on the legs of a little boy Infinite patience and skill and time are given in order to stunt and dwarf into these grotesque growths Will Wed roc love Only Princess Victoria of England the only unmarried daughter of King Ed ward declares that If she marries at nil It will be for love She is thirty seven years old and for twenty years has refused to consider every marriage proposal suggested by her father the KingIf I marry it will be to the man of my choice she Is reported to have said Father mother and government shall not choose for me I will love the man I marry If I ever marry This bold declaration by the daughter of a king has shocked royal and aristo cratic circles all over Europe but it has been read with delight by the English people and it appeals equally to Americans FREEDOM FOR RUSSIA UNDER CZARS RECENT MAXI FESTO LAST ABSOLUTE MON ARCIIY DISAPPEARS The New Empire Promises to Be a Regime of Constitutional Liberty and RepresentationVictory of the People Widely Celebrated As an outcome of the tremendous agitation which has been shaking Rusl sia to the very core the Czar has sur rendered and has granted rights which if consummated will result In civil liberty It seemed for a time as though the history of the French revolution would be repeated that the aristocracy and the bureaucracy driving ahead in their arrogance and self esteem would fall to recognize the overwhelming force of the volcano of public senti ment surrounding them and by their refusal to recognize conditions plunge the whole empire Into civil war ami anarchy But the handwriting on the wall was recognized and the Czar compelled to practically capitulate his Imperial throne True promises are thus far more in evidence than fulfill ment but Count Wltte has apparently been made the real Russian leader and much is hoped and expected in the way of a peaceful reform In old Russia the Russia of last century of last year of lust week the Czar was all powerful Russia was the last remaining absolute monarchy The policies of the government were created and enforced by the Czar and his Grand Dukes Popular representation was a fragile promise Free speech was under the ban freedom of the press was un known Even all private mall was subject to censorship TIle prisons were filled with political offenders Imagine casting a man Into a United States prison because his political acts were not relished bv the government A system of public espionage fol lowed every mans move Old Russia was divided Into two classes the nobility and practical slavesEducation of tho masses was worse than a farce What Is promised for Russia The abolition of the rule of the Ro manoff House Freedom of speech guaranteed and freedom of person Inviolable- A limited monarchy similar to that popular sible to the people and with suffrage made almost universal and with provi sloe for a representative parliament systemThoized and the freedom of the press assured Following the Czars imperial man festo outlining the proposed regime of liberty all Russia celebrated In St Petersburg and Moscow the day was one such as the Russians never before hind seen The Slavic people who dur ing the long war Just closed and the anxious period preceding the an nouncement of the new era of coast utionallsm seemed self restrained gloomy and apathetic gave themselves fully to the exuberance of the mo ment and spent the entire tiny In pa rades and assemblies which for the first time In the history of Russia were freely permitted- It was stated ns a significant omen that after a fortnight of gloomy and depressing weather symbolic of the days of the great strike the sun shone out brightly on the date of the Czars manifesto a bright and radiant Inv diansummer day The Aromatic Havana I Apropos of tho real enjoyment of a cigar Cauthorne the newspaper car respondent In that most fascinating story of The Tallahasse Girl If you will permit me I will smoke said he taking out a curious cigar case of very fine workmanship It does not even amount to a kind ness on my part she answered for I enjoy the fragrant sweet of a good cigarThank you I can never fully appre elate an open air chat without tho company of this Indian luxury But really I am no great smoker Two or three a day are all I take You must be an exception Papa smokes twenty pipes full a day and most gentlemen are always indulging Yes they lose sight of the equislte part of the thing which is a subtle pleasure coming only to those who use tobacco of the finest quality and spar inglySometimes I abstain for several days In order to get the full benefit of a slow burning Havana Huge Precious Stones Prior to the discovery of the South African diamond n few months ago weighing in tie neighborhood of a pound and a half the largest perfect diamond In the world was that which was exhibited in Paris having a value of one million dollars This was the most valuable stone In the world the largest and best ruby In existence Is owned In London and Is valued at 50000 It has no parallel even in the Crown Jewels and It Is related that It was once carried all the way to St Petersburg for the Czar to have a look at The largest and most beauti ful catseye In existence weighs one hundred and seventy carats and Is In sured for 80000 rupees The blgcest emerald In the world weighs 2080 carats and Is In the Imperial Jewel Office In Vienna Tho most costly church of its size in America is in the quaint old town of St Augustine FIn uHDRESS REFORM FOR WOMEN Advocate of Practical Walking and Working GarbRelief From Heavy Skirts Dr Cora Smith Eaton of Minneapolis luau believes that many of the aches told Ills from which women suffer are the direct result of the clothes they wear She says that In her professional capacity she trIes to Impress upon her women patrons the need of dress reform Not the old time hideous bloomer costume of years ago laughed the doctor but a rational sensible and beautiful adaptation of our clothes to our needy And what arc our needs was askedNormal unrestricted movement 01 DR CORA SMITH EATON J freedom from confining bands and relief from heavy skirts Dr Eaton puts to practical test her Ideas on the subject TIlt weight of all garments she wears is from tho I shoulders Her gowns are made in one niece a little on the Princess order though really a modification of the Empire- It is a delight to watch the doctor move about in her brisk energetic way Her body sensibly clothed and beautifully poised with that fine straight line beloved of physical cal nrtes from the head to the heels is responsive to the many demands of her busy life It would be Impossible for her to accomplish her work she says hampered by the usual style of dress Favorite Among Cigar Markets Bismarck used to boast that in his fifty years he had smoked over 100000 cigars In later years he was seldom without his immense meerschaum HUGE IRRIGATION DAM ROCK BARRAGE ACROSS NARROW CANYON IN MOUNTAINS OF WYOMING Government Works Will Store flood- WaterS For Fertilization of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Des ert Acres A quarter of a century ago the home of the buffalo and later a cat tle and sheep pasture with an occa sional ranch house the Big Horn Basin In Wyoming iIs now the scene of a great activity Incident to the building of one of the largest of the government irrigation works Some years ago Colonel Cody better known as Buffalo Bill made a survey of the Shoshone canyon and in connection with General Miles projected n company to construct a dam and irrigate some 00000 acres The necessary cap ital however was not forthcoming and when the national Irrigation law was passed the government took up the proposition and u large party of en gineers has since been employed on the preliminaries of a great work of desert reclamation The Shoshone River dashes down a narrow canyon with jagged and per pendicular walls and at Its narrowest point the government has begun till construction of the highest dam giver built It will cement together the two canyon walls for 240 feet above the stream bed and its founda tion will go below the water line 811 feet additional down to the solid bed- rockI The stream where it pusses between these granite canyon walls Is but w feet wide and the dam will form a great hike of 5000 acres with a watershed of 1JoO square miles and storing enough water to Irrigate 150000 acres through seven miles of 14foot tunnels bored In the solid rockLittle Chance For Land Grabbing This will cost about 2t an acre to be paid buck to the government by settlers under the businesslike pro visions of the Irrigation law The laud Hood and then boiling over great rocks itself Is free under the homestead act and hints been reserved by Secretary Hitchcock from entry under the Desert and other land laws not requiring actual residence and homebuilding I Few such picturesque and wildly beautiful scenes can be found as this sueIlesslonwater coursing along In a deep green rocksbaudfor a few hours each day can the sun f red its way to the bottom of this dioplycut gorge the mountain sides towering into the clouds two and three thousand feet From above the thaw site as one looks down at the engin ers working on the foundations directly underneath they appear like mimic men Giant Forces of Nature This Shoshone canyon and its sur rounOing mountains are one of natures great handiworks All has been cut out by the silver stream rushing in its bed below For count less ages it has eaten its way through granite and limestone wearing wear Ing wearing away For centuries and ages It has flowed ceaselessly and likewise uselessly on Its way to join the flood of the Missouri now it Is to harnessed and made to produce for IIbe A thousand farmers will make prosperous homes for themselvos and lauillies and raise an annual product of a couple or three million dollars In the canyon proper the great forces of nature have wrought wonderfully Enormous granite boulders have detached themselves from the mountains and rolled down thousands of feet crashing their hundreds and thousands of tons into the rocky gorge Here the river continually plays upon them searching out the seams and splitting them up and wearing them away and polishing them smooth The Rock Pile of the World In the canyons middle below the dam site the Jungle of rocks In the narrow river bed appears as though a thousand blasts of giant powder had rent the mountain sides and tumbled every rugged projection into the depths below There Is no dirt or sand in this river bed everything is rock The Imperishable granite gray pink and varlcolored oldest of the geological formations made by the welding of various substances when the globe was n molten mass the later limestones and black volcanic rocks conglomerates also melted by great heat the hard red sandstone and contemporariesformed rocks subjected to enormous pressure and lastly the geyserites and sulphur rocks soft and honeycombed the rev suIt of ceaseless gpoutlngs of steam and hot water from the earths bowels all are found in wonderful profu slon Below the canyon where the river runs more peacefully all these forma tions are represented In the huge beds of cobble stones and smaller boulders cobblestonesjaggedrocksand sun from tholr mountain bases and rolled and ground bv river force MAKING A CANYON ROADWAY until nlll their sharp corners have been worn and polshcd away A Giant Fire Cracker Watching the government engineers cutting a road along thin side of the canyon for the transportation of sup plies to build the dam 00000 barrels of cement alone will bo needed the writer observed the explosion of a big charge of dynamite which burst with a roar echoing up and down the canyon with deafening reverberations Immediately an oblong granite rock of fromitsa hundred feet below Shatters of greatsplashof the canyonYet wasbutbymorennelthrownfewhoursdirectlyunderation Returning we were fain to accept the assistance of one of the road builders In getting across this place looking down the while Into the rocksThe damIts mountalnofcanalsboredthroughtoJlremlahillstrictfromtheup residence for several years In this wild canyon once a fastness of the Shoshone Indians ProgramWhatwork of the government throughout tine west signify Simply that the nation moneyderivedwesternpUhllc ofyalUlhomebuildIng InthecanalsInthutfinullcompllttlone nutlonswealthpopulationnowFor a thousand years longer this tUlltlhUevelop It to Its magnificent full capac ofthebut the government will meet all ob finallyturncomparable vian Incas the Egyptian Ramescs or the British engineers of India an enduring monument for all time to the wisdom of the present generation of America BULLDOG SUSPENDERSbo c nu Ternrhere Wm Outwear Throe Ordinary JUadi- Vaiie la Until ODd llea r Weight rot HanAnd Youth titrm length urn price With non elitlc warranted ontIIlInr meulptmmil biolutelr unbreakable toft pllabla Bull Dot leather end Iber are POSITIVELY THE DEBT SUSPENDER MAD- EHEWES a POTTERrntsupedrandSellMakers the worldopt lit IT LINCOLN 8T BOSTON YASSIn TlU M BooUtt Dran ud der8tyluTroangsutA1 3 I w l I If r o t y r I j I V c t i r it J i i 1 ir i t i f t I t J FITZHUGH LEES ESCAPE BULLET FROM REPRESENTATIVE JBXKIXS MUSKET PLOUGHED THROUGH HIS HAT ThcHllne Occurrence of the Civil AVar Confederates Made Three Desperate Charges In Blinding Midnight Thunder Storm W M Wooster One warm summer evening In 1895 1 sat smoking with Judge Jenkins of Wisconsin who Is now ably reprosent ing his State in Congress We were watching the oncoming of a heavy thunder storm and the conver satlon had turned as It often did to the time of his youth when he entered the Union army and was by the stir ring events of the war transformed into the fearless Ironmanhood that has since characterized him It was Just such an evening In the summer of 62 he remarked that nearly killed Fitzhugh Lee Ijj We were down In Virginia and was In charge of an ammunition train which was on Its way to McClellans army We had been halted by a brief or der from headquarters and directed to remain where we werenear a little village about thirty miles south of WashingtonNo was given for tho delay though onto of the boys thought it was for the purpose of enabling an escort of cavalry to Join us Others said they guessed Mac didnt have any further use for powder How ever we were mighty glad to go Into camp as many of the raw men were about bushed by tho long and hot marching besides It gave us opportunity to forage and get better rations I than hardtack and maggoty bacon so lively that It followed us around camp We pitched our tents In an open field a short distance to tho east of a high road which stretched away to ward home About a quarter of a mile to the south was a thick piece of tim ber The Old Pic Woman The third day we wero In camp a woman came through selling pies We thought nothing of her visit other than that her pies were homemade and tasted awfully good It was Just such a day ns this continued the Judge and in the af ternoon the heat became very oppressive As the evening wore on we observed thunderheads piling up in the southwest and tthe boys prophe sied that we would have a break in tho hot spell I became uneasy as the night wore on and walked about the camp watch ing the flashes of distant lightning and the dark masses of drifting clouds which seemed to be flanking us unII the northII t GEN FlTZIirail LEE I realized that the open field offered the more safety for the ammunition In case of severe lightning Still an un accountable sense of impending danger possessed me and acting upon what appeared to be a foolish impulse I ordered the boys to move all of th3 ammunition into the timber just below the camp This was done without lights and the tents and other equip age were allowed to stand where they were Camp fires were lighted as usualThe more I thought of the piewo man the more suspicious it made me and feeling ill at ease I spoke to some of the boys about her visit They Joked about It and suggested that her pie had given me Indigestion Why my orderly said there aint u Johnnie reb nowhiivs round here Theyre all down thero with Mac Iteepln him busy Thats all right said another but why were we halted here if theres no danger Doubled the Pickets No one voluntered an answer to his question and I decided It would be wise to double the pickets The men who were detailed for the extra duty grumbled some and as they started for their posts one guessed we were afraid the storm was going to charge us Another was sure the Cape was afraid of his shadow after dark begorra About ten oclock word was brought that the pickets on the west had observed a small force of cavalry but thought they were Union men t An hour later a force of two or 1 three squadrons was oportod passing t some distance to the south of our po sltlon and going in a westerly direction Again the pickets wero not pjs itive but thought they wero our cnvItIt airy j Tho expected storm seemed to have passed off to the north though the I staggering halfmoon showed the southwestern quadrant still dark and i threatening i The camp had settled down for the iI night but I was uneasy and sat near I my tent trying to pursuade myself that I the reported cavalry was the supposed I escort which had missed the road to our camp and would probably pick 118f up In the morning However I dill J i not feel reassured and walked over toi the post covering the road to the westII Scarcely had I reached the plcltctII when we heard the tread of a horse j walking slowly up tho road II Dont challenge I whispered Well take him if its a Johnnie We stepped Into the deeper shad ows and soon a mounted Confedorat officer emerged from the dark bend o the road and was silhouetted agains the sky In a moment or two ho reached the point commanding n view of ou camp drew rein and sat not fifty fee away peering toward us I cautiously took the pickets rifle and we sprang out into full view Th officer started as he saw us and wheel cd his horse to escape Halt I cried and as he dashed on with a quick aim I pulled the trigger Simultaneously with the report tin picket struck up the gun exclaiming My God Capn youre shooting on e of our men Bullet Ploughed Through Hat I saw the officers hat twitch sharp ly as tho heavy bullet tore through t For an instant he swayed as thoUg HON JOHN J JENKINS hit tlfii spnrivrt up the road before I could reload The quick blow of the picket had saved his life With the sound of his galloping horse we heard shots on the north and soon afterwards our pickets were driven in by a force of the enemys cavalryThe camp was hurriedly aroused and our boys were ready for the at tack Bayonets were fixed The men wereordered to reserve their fire un til the hones were almost on them It had become very dark and from the flash of the lightning we saw that the expected storm was at last upon us In a few minutes it broke over us in all its fury and as it did so the enemy charged yelling like devils On they came riding as mad and Id by the very officer 1 had so narrowly missed I recognized him Instantly The Midnight Charge We held our fire until they wore almost on top of us and then along the whole front of our triple line blaz ed our guns full in their faces Tin crash was terrific Troopers reeled in their saddles Horses staggered and went down with their rid ers The others broke In confusion and dashed wildlyI past on our flanks It was worse than nightmarethe InItlightning and the cursing yelling troopers charging along over us The flashes showed us the killed and wounded strewn along our front UK I took a dismounted captain pris oner Three times they charged us tha night and as many times were driven T the last time retreating south ward When the morning came we bur- lii our killed1 side by side with the Confederate dead My prisoner told me that the charge was Iled by Fitzhugh Lee In person and tlun I know who It was that I so nearly killed with the pickets rifle Do you know said the Judge af ter a long silence as he withdrew to the house to avoid the heavy gusts of rain Ive always been thankful to that mistaken picket The I With the cry of honk honk like he warning of nil automobile born the muter Is warned of the approach of be lender of a flying flock of Canadian oese On come the longnecked wildfowl from their northern hunting round They stream across the sky ouch In the form of the lying wedge ormerly used In football tactics Iniduiilly the wedge closes together nakin gone homogeneous mass of lack and brown with sprinklings of white Usually the Iaiuullnn geese top flying about sunset feeding on i1grassI sedges roots of water plants and occasionally on small fish and nsects Even at times they will eat he corn wheat or other grains bopped by the farmer In the stubble supper over they return to tho water sleeping with Beads tucked under wings waking only to start out again search of breakfast Those two Jeesehnttake position in the pit in wait of the tying wedges Strangely enough these birds while thrown into a state of panic at the ap THE POWER OE SONG e t AX INCIDENT OF LIFE L1 LInn PRISON DUR1SG TIlE CIVIL r WAR t How the Prisoners Sang the Star Spangled Banner and There was e Cheering in the Streets of Rich mond Taken prisoner while In charge of the rear guard on Stonemans first raid near Richmond Va relates an old captain of the cavalry and after various adventures I with 2000 of the prisoners taken at Chancellorsvlllo was sent to Libby prison The largo excess of prisoners on the Confederate side procured us most fortunately an exchange In a very short time and within a month or so I participated In another raid under Colonel Spear of the 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry over the same ground where I had been lately led a prisoner of war We had passed but one Sunday in Llbby 93 officers confined to an up most story About the middle of that afternoon I chanced to look around the room A half dozen parties were playing cards many were sleep ing several were lying on the floor pretty sickI while one squad of a dozen or more had organized a prayer meeting Not being a saint and per haps not much of a sinner I was aim ply a Looker on In Venice The leader was a captain of a Massachu setts regiment Tho meeting was evidently dragging the great heat and perhaps hunger and our position not proving conducive to much thanksgiving The National Anthem Suddenly the captain started up and taking his place near tho centre of the room exclaimed in a voice loud enough to attract immediate atten tion Let us all sing The Star Span LIUBY P1USOX UICIIMOND AS pled Banner and commenced In an exceptionally fine baritone Oh say can you see Cards were dashed aside the sleep ers awoke the sick leaped to their feet and like magic every one of the entire 93 officers crowded to the cen tre singing with the greatest enthu siasm At least two dozen of the men had fine voices and never did the grand old words seem so like a mighty anthem Waved the Old Flag Louder and louder swelled the sound until tho chorus of the last verse reached when a member of a wasI York City regiment a regular Tam many thoroughbred reached his hand In his breast and produced a small sill ling which he had In some way con cealed when searched by the guards onII entering and with a wild shout waved It to and fro Again and again was I the chorus repeated and then sudII denly the captain changed to Tine Army and Navy Forever Three 11 a Canada Goose n proach of a man arc not In fear of cows this fact has often led hunters to train oxen to walk strulght into I Hocks of theta the hunter hiding behind the animal until within gunshot of the flock And yet notwithstanding their wild nature CII nl lan geese arc often domesticated and crossed with the common barnyard goose Sometimes woundiil birds are allowed to run with the domesticated birds until some ml- sirnlory Hock passes over the head with its cry of honk honk The call of the wild Is OP again anti the nursed bird once more In a state of health n ciM his romiinnlons A woundcd bird Is often known to dive beneath i the waters surface exposing only Its rtnsrils until nIl danger has passo Surprised a Hock rises suddenly and apparently in great confusion the large birds got lute one anothers way so that the marksman nas excellent opportunity to bag a brace With the typical honk honk they rise against till wind until they are once more In orderly array tho wedges fly lug on to other parts Cheers for tho Red Whito and flue Veritable cheers they were Tears streamed down tho veterans cheeks the boys in the room below took up the shouts and three times three were given Hearing some cheering on tho out side I moved cautiously near the windowit was dangerous to go too near and saw all the guards in line with their muskets pointed toward tho building but massed up and down the streets were hundreds upon hun dreds of people fourfifths of them women clapping their hands and wav ing their handkerchiefs showing by their approval a most remarkable trib ute to the power of song and that love for Old Glory still held a warm place In their hearts and memories SOME GREAT DISCOVERIES The Chicago University Scores Some Important Achievements professors the financial machinery of which iIs oiled by John D Rockefeller breaks Into print with somo new discovery They keep the world startled and won deringDuring the past few years for instance the following epochmaking discoveries among a host of others have boon listed by a Buffalo newspaper as Chicago University discoveries That kissing causes lockjaw That a dog never follows an unedu cated man That the Pennsylvanians are turning into Indians That Ireland was once a lake That primevall man had a gizzard Tnat music is antiseptic That Adam caught fish with a club That love is a disease of the Medulla oblongata That a cabbage contains more nourishment than twelve eggs that Boccaccio was a Swede Il LOOKED DVHIKO 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V rh 1 Iuu- r 4 mrd r T TEE EED s s t l i 1- iIi 1 II J Jq J y J lya a 1- ij I It mattered not that the runnbout was second band and jiurcliiiKud nt auction though nt n ridiculously low price It mattered not that I had but ninehomo power while Fred WIlson In his flue new touring cnr lead for ty I was as happy as n king for my new possession set aside to some ex tent at least Freds advantage over me In the attack upon Miss Rtoad innns heart He had been taking her riding on the Bench Drive and I had ground my teeth with futile Jealousy until along came my wonderful opportunity I bought the machine though it was really beyond my means I simply couldnt help it When a man Is in love you know bo- is all kinds of a fool And didnt my breast swell withf pride when I whirled up to Alices house that evening the second after my purchase to take tier In the moonlight along that magnificent livemile stretch of perfect road I had made up my mind to tell her myhenrtI hours that I loved her that I wanted her for my very own In fact that she was the only girt In all the world for me Oh it is glorious to sit by the girl you love and spin through the night In a silent smoothrunning machine I drank In the full Joy of It A dozen times I wns on the point of speaking I had been practicing steadily at the steering endeavoring to bo able to manage the machine with one hand In order to have the other free for Alices waist I pictured It all outhow she would listen in silence then look at me with sparkling eyes and let her pretty head fall on my shoulder and how I would then put my arm around her very tenderly and draw her close and kiss her But it did not turn out that way at HAD MADE A all It seldom does turn out Just as you plan ItIWe will go clear to the end of the Beach Drive I said as we slipped away down Multi street and turned Into tine Boulevard Then we will come back by the Wood Road skirt P lug the Zoo and ending up at Al phonscs for a little supper How will you like that And she smiled up at me so appreciatively that I felt perfectly sure for full half a minute that she was just as much in love with me as I with her It was so open on the Drive and there was such a stream of automobiles and carriages that I deferred speaking to her of my secret It would be better In the seclusion of the Wood Road So we talked gen erally and looked out over the water at the vessels in the Sound and ad mired the beauty of the glorious moonlight on the dancing waves Then at the end of the beautiful path along the water we turned ab ru tly and entered the quiet and sea cloeion of the great pine woods The road was rather narrow here andVound Intricately through the emergingvupon rt broad plaza at the front en trance to the Zoo This road was not much frequented at night and I felt that I would have ample opportunity to express myself I trembled In wardly The time was very near I must speak soon It was very quiet In the woods Intervals we could hear distantly the baying and howling of the animals In the Zoo Ocaslonally ah ele pliant trumpeted or a Jaguar screamed We were used to these sounds but Alice was Just a little frightened when there came a per feet babel of sounds from time enclo sure She drew closer to nje and I relying on my skill took my left hand from the steering bar and slips pod It gently behind her though I dared not take the liberty of em bracing her She looked up at me In some alarm Suppose one of those terrible beasts should get out and come after us she asked timidly r I laughed at her fears Why It would be easy to run away with this machine I said And anyhow you dont suppose I would let anything harm a single hair of your your b0tJ4vzs 4- 6H L I was going to say precious head but my mouth became suddenly dry and my heart made violent leaps I was stage struck lovefrightened I hind a sort of buck ngue I took courage nnd found my tongue Alice 1 said gently placing my dis engaged hand on her ownflI want to tell you something that hasthat has beentins been on my mind for I think she understood what was coming but I got no further In the darkness at the roadside a huge black bulk loomed like an enormous dog A sudden terror shot through me The machine swerved sharply and I was compelled to use both hands to steady It I turned up the speed a trifle and then Instinctively looked behind A glance was enough The bulk had moved out Into the road and was directly behind us What could it be A dog Amy heart sank I thought of the chorus of unusual howls and roars heard shortly before I looked tacit again There was no doubt about It behind us loping easily with tall switching in grace carne u huge male lion I recognized the great shaggy head It had escaped from the Zoo and was probably mad with fright from the attempts of the keepers to capture It A little faster and still a little faster I did not want to turn on full speed at once Alice might un derstand Probably we could slip away from the pursuer and run into town without her knowing the risk But as I turned my head a few hun dred yards further I saw that my speed was of no avail The lion was Just as close as before bounding like a giant cat as easily and as quietly as a phantom But you can not keep a secret from a woman Alice turned her eyes to HE PRODIGIOUS LEAP At the rear then with a piercing shriek threw both arms around me and clutched me in a most delicious em brace though I would willingly have foregone the occasion Yes my dear I said quietly I know all about It I think we can run away front him though I touched the speed lever again This was the last notch We were at our limit with a good two miles ahead of us before any possibility of help The machine was now running steadily with a straight road for half a mile and I let my left arm steal around Alices waist and held her In a protecting clasp I thought no more about love and soft declara tions I knew only that here was the sweetest girl in the world In Im minent danger of being torn to shreds by a ferocious lion and that only a miracle Including steady hand and head on my part would given even a ghost of a chance I stole another glance behind Not twenty yards separated us from that relentless bloodthirsty powerful animal Alice had sunk in a heap on my lap I leaned forward hoping to tolourOn and on we went What we should burst a tire or blow out a cylinder Time thought was heartrending Even at our speed the lion was gaining He was only ten yards behind He had Increased his speed with mine making twenty feet at a leap The uncanny part of It was that he did not make a sound except now and then a tow grumb ling growl as though resenting the trouble he was put to in obtaining a supperFar ahead I saw three lights set In the shape of a triangle The top light was brilliant amid threw Its rays directly Into my eyes Thank God an automobile approaching from the opposite direction I opened my mouth and made ready to shout But what good would that be The other machine would go whizzing by and we would be no better off than be fore Then I flinched and almost fell into the road for right in the air I behind me IIJIlllTllllU the tniliuillf eyes the foam flecked Jaws the mas I sireclawedI feet of the lion He had rondo n prodigious ileap and had we been u trllle less swift would have landed on top of tin Hilt we shot from under hIm and as ho descended one great paw swept over the seatback and wiped off halt of the leather covering God tluw claws nnd their power Another Jump and we would be done for The automobile In front was now almost upon us Tho deeptoned horn sounded a warning At that instant I decided on a new course We were approaching n road crossing Taking the handle firmly I swerved rllzlllgthethe side road But I had miscalcu hated or tny hand was unsteady The next moment we crashed Into the hushes at the side of the road and canto to a short stop In the midst of u dense clump of laurel I crouched and awaited the descent of the lion I could feel him In the air behind me I lipsInsteadon the Wood Road There were loud voices The machine was at a stop for I could see the lights through the trees Alice was In a dead faint and seeing that I could not help her nft that moment and that the beast bad disappeared I Jumped out and ran to the roadside There stood Fred Wil sons big touring car with the front smashed in j there stood Fred timid his three companions and there In the middle of the road lay the lion My plan was successful Following us closely he had no time to dodge the heavy car lie met It head on There could bo only one result My runabout was not hurt and af ter a time with Alice beside me recovered though tremulous we roll slowly homo The supper was abandoned But in the quiet of Al ices dainty parlor with no fear of pursuers or Intruders I went on with my interrupted story And later with both arms around her and tier dear face very close to mine we planned our honeymoon Dcllshltal Fof the Guests There were only visitors that summer at his suburban home lIe was a subordinate clerk drawing the large monthly stipend of a hundred dollars but of course the guests were not cog nizant of the extent of his income nor did that question appear to enter their minds everything country endurable to his wife who lintel housekeeping under the best of circumstances especially in the country while the breath of fresh air nUll communion with nature were proving his salvation front exhaustive daily brain work by which the cur suppliedSo welcome in every way giving up his room at times changing his former easy hab its hut not his best clothes as land been his wont when he reached homo at evening returning company calls and thereby neglecting necessary work on his place et cetera Of course there were many extra exposes A drive now and then extra servant hire the greatly Increased cost of the table the milk bill the butchers bill the bill for fuel and the general wastage all of which would have beet of small moment to a man with a large income but were to him very disheartening as weeks passed by and the guests made no sign of departure limit till things must come to an end and as the cooler days antI evenings of autumn arrived they said But In deed we surely must return to the city We have staid months where we expected to remain weeks And so they gave their host a for- ma handshake anti a perfunctory rood bye while they kissed and em braced the hostess and to her said Never have we been more char mingly entertained you have done everything in your power to male this a sunnier long to be remembered Anti the poor clerk returned to his desk and work the house resumed Its normal condition but as each pay day rolled around he added his debits and oxtruhunllrltlIn ledgerWhethercompensatlouformeets one of his summer friends of byhisDoubtless so since husband and wife are one Uncomfortable English Hotels W D Howells In Harpers With the alit of the two candles which I lighted I discovered the grate In the wallnear the head of the bed and on examining It closely I perceived that there was a fire In It The grate would have held quite a double handful of coal If carefully put on the lire which seemed to be flickering so feebly aliitbechimney and I stood shivering In the temperature of a subterranean dun geon The place Instantly gave evi dence of being haunted and the testi mony of my nerves on this point was corroborated by the spectral play of the firelight on the ceiling when I blew out my candles In the middle of the night I woke to the sense of something creep- Ing with a rustling noise over the floor I rejected the hypothesis of my bed curtain falling into place though I remembered putting it back that I might have light to read myself drowsy I knew at once that it was n ghost walking the night there and walking bard Suddenly It tensed and I knew why It had been frozen out Has Many Diseases In Bellovuo Hospital In New York there is a man who should bo tho object of everyones sympathy His name is Job Keeley and his occupation is that of a painter A short time ago he fell from a low scaffold and sus tamed such injuries as necessitated his being taken to the hospital for treat ment There tho surgeon found that he had a slight fracture of the base of the skull After a further examination It was found that he had tuberculosis of tho lungs complicated with bronchitis His occupation as a painter had given him painters colic He is not a young man and his ago had hardened his ar teries arteriosclerosis also old mans eyes presbyopia tho opposite of nearsightedness ho also has water on the brain and his skin is puffed up by air which has escaped under It Tho oldest applejack distillery In the United States is at Warwick N J The worm still In use was brought from England before the Revolutionary war IQVBE11 DAXIS11 SITUATION I I European and Diplomatic GossipIThe late Lord Stanley ley lbigbumlemitertaimmed abso lutely fantastic hatred towards everything American Some few years Inh0ildOtli dinner on Independence Day and invited Lord Stanley to the feast Ills reply typical of his dislike of every tlnllYplllwntHretary of the American Society hut timlrobeenan uuuloncd rebellion Countess Ruben Levetznu wife of the Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs Is American born as Is her mo ther wife of the Danish Minister at Berlin By the bye so much hits been said about the personal popularity of King Christian of Denmark that most people will probably be surprised to loam that for twenty years until not many years ago there hUH been a deadlock between the veteran monarch and the mum tional legislature The Liberals liiv continuously held a majority In the KINO CHRISTIAN OF DENMARK Folkethlng time Danish House of Common hut time KliiK hits Insisted on choosing his cabinet ministers from the other party time Con ervl Lives The representatives of the minority have conducted the routine business of the government but whenever they have had 1o ask the Folkethlng for special funds that body which controls the olliclal purse has thwarted theta The royal residence In Copenhagen tho old of Christlansborg was de strayed by fire In 1SS4 and the feel lug between the Crown and the legis lature had boon so bitter that money had never been appropriated to re store it For almost twenty years King Christian lived In comparative Ily small and shabby quarters at the Amallenborg palace until llnally time longstanding dispute was ended by the Kings recognition of the major ity party It may not bo surprising that the expatriated William Waldorf Astor should claim for the first American Astor and inferentially of course for hhnseifan ancient and distin guished Uncage The distinguished ancestor to whom his descent is traced Iis non Pedro dAstorga a Spanish grandee of the eleventh century who settled In Franco where his successorsut long line of slg neurs and marquises changed their name to Astorg At time revocation of the Edict of Nantes Jean Jiuiuc dAstorp who was a Huguenot fled across 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crops will bring tho farmers nevertheless more money Living should be cheaper too rho hay and grain crops have been enor mousprobably record breakersand- meat as a result should bo more plen tiful and cheaper I say it should be The producer and consumer are so far apart and so much goes on In between these two prlmipals that It Is dillicult to say just to what extent production I affects the cost of actual consumption A great deal goes to the middleman too much I believe It Is a long and devious pathway front the farmer to the man who eats the things which hi has grown I gave out a statement here the other day Intimating that the local Washington dealers were charg ing in certain Instances too much and a dealer iamo at me with a wrathy assertion to tho effect that I did not know what I was talking about and that ho made a prolit of only forty per cent CoOperation In the South I have been watching tho South with a grout deal1 of Interest con tinued the Secretary They have accomplished more In effecting an or ganisation down there to bring the cot ton producer and rmisuiiuT towilier than has boon attempted with any other of our great agricultural productions The cotton crop Is a big ono this year though not by any means a record breaker Tho grass and hay crop Is probably the biggest we have ewer had our corn crop Is probably a record crop nod our wheat crop is one of the very largest That Is the order of importance Of these crops No I should put cotton third In Im portance grass corn cotton wheat though of course our meat animals taken as a whole are moro Important than any one Why the poultry pro duction alone Is worth JOO million dollars a year as great or greater than the value of the wheat crop Wo will undoubtedly export some very fine hogs this year choice corn fed hogs Pork Is our greatest meat export A quarter of a billion dollars would hardly coyer our animals exported this year I fancy probably amounting to twothirds of the value of the entire wheat crop of the country No Longer Bin hog Haters The American people are no longer such great pork enters you know We TO FIX THE PRICE J send our hogs abroad and nro eating more mutton veal and beef The present condition and the future outlook for the American farmer is a good ono then Mr Secretary Yes things certainly look well generally yet I believe wo fire very near to a sort of agricultural crisis hardly a crisis perhaps but an Import ant and radical change The farm hands everywhere are leaving the farm for tho factories Wherever there Is any manufacturing you will find this to be the case The farmer has pretty nearly reached his limit lIe Is doing about all he can do with his hands and with the most Improved laborsaving farm ma chlnerv worked by good horses This hall condition on the farm Is going to affect production and prices and that Western Wheat Scenes very shortly It is impossible to say just what the effect will be but a change Is coming The farmer must have la bor but with the prices of farm pro ducts as they are now he can not meet the wages offered by the factories therefore the farm hands are gradually shifting toward the centers the towns and the cities Mr Wilson Not a Theorist- I would like Mr Secretary to here a message from you to the American yearOh things in an academic way remarked Mr Wil son with a smile You will have to SOME PUMPKINS refer to some of our bulletins Well I mean a few words of per sonal advice to the farmer to an hull vidual American farmer regarding his work for next yearI WAY DOWN SOUTH IN DIXIE LAND I jSo I can not do anything with these hypothetical cases of higher farm education Well then what should a man do with the manure which accumulates on his farm He should put it on his land re plied the Secretary now thoroughly at home he should take It out on the land at once and not let it accumulate haul It out timid spread It on as fast as It is made The ground will get the good of it undtillNo it has bent demonstrated by careful experiments that the hauling out of manure Is tho best method It will go down Into tho grass roots Itwill not lose the ammonia because am nndtlH1I oxygenllero before Ist11nnitrites and lastly by still other bac ofthe TIlE KITCHEN GARDEN More Than Two Thirds of the Living of a Family Can Be Raised If the farmers wlfo could induce her liege lord to contribute the same care patience and labor next spring to the kitchen garden which his grandfather did during his day there would bo perhaps a conslderaole gain In the households economy as well as much satisfaction developed for time housewife The old folks insist that even with tho greatly increased variety and excellence in fruits and vege tables due to many plant generations I GROUNDS WILSON COMMENCEMENT I of selection nnd breeding by the seeds men and scientists time kitchen garden on an average is not so well planted or tended has less variety and on tho whole Is much Inferior to time same institution In tho goof old days when grandfather was a boyIt is an oft repeated in every journal that more atten tion should be given to tho garden that fully twothirds of tho the farmers family however large emus from a good garden These Are Not and with iiiuiuuKHv rich soil seed a well planned rotation ofgarden crops nail a medium amount of hard worka good wheel hoe will reduce this lust expense a small anmouatNot suppliedhutln1saved for winter Of course farmer potlltoesr manyothers1 as nolongelcheapcannellI oxponIi fo DrvMsr Pick Greco Iftilgreen the same as though for hate table use and then dried in the sun they will constitute through tho winter a delicious and wholesome dish to the fresh whJchurensUylried the boiled cob nt roasting ear stage And among others okra or gumbo makes equally ns good soup in win ter as when fresh in summer When it comes to canning and pre serving there is little real comparison between the homo canned product and bought goods It time Is con sidered as money canned tomatoes can bo bought proilaTily cheaper than they can bo grown and canned at home But how about the results If the farmers wife should go through the ordinary tanning establishment she would probably conclude to do every speck of her own can SECRETARY AND GUOUP OF CHIEFS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AT TIME OF OF WORK ON NEW BUILDING argument farm living for be produced Typical that good very use course Limns Them imme ilmost equal bean nlng hereafter and avoid setting on her table sour green fruit artificially colored and sweetened with coal tar products With the supposed degeneration of the Individual farm garden It Is in teresting to note that the professional market garden as an industry lots tremendously increased Time farm gardens market gar dens amid truck gardens of today re the producers of n multitude of miscellaneous vegetables almost unknown fifty years ago In the census of 1S90 the large Increase In garde products was recognized nul a S tcmatlc count of their bulk nnd val was made It Is possible 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