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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bt y v q y The Breckenrid Er WEDNESDAYNVJMnE i 1 i BRECKENRIDGEr NEWS 1 we un rriiird dUrrllIIIonic there is iJotliiitK within Dibllitlcs to liuniaii TtuatrhfiornctJjiiif dnuu rater aliout V that makes it impossible to dart JtWliothpr It is a jrlmv or a Ii CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEHBER 29 1905 12 Pages NO 20Who Iis inovod to merriment I f1f u IPthansonthe t I r 1calamlf i 1 this world could bo such as to afford huiniin a itjoytnentptlaughterI III- IIlf1other favor be conferred This I i would be ample testimony that 1 ham luess was paramount in the lives men Baltimore Herald Ehudd seItl by sclentl and clean methods It Is u comp of most of the woolen garments i day The world does not grow et wool to liable us to have anon supply of new woolen garments excel t sbodlthatlJ1nllbuyau pri tv Qi a weeks wage In the olden da an old all woolen garment was so e pensive that it land to last Its owuimany years unless he were a we theman It Is better h 1 nwtoIIthunyea whlcInustof th clothes we wear in tact contain n element of shoddy and so far from be tlll orMagaTVariiiir Cnriln To tear a pack of curds in two I garded lJ of6trculhi pastotheThethethatfait torn at once but in pretending to gut a grip on the ruanipultheoverlap In this way but a single card is torn at n t and once the surface is torn tthe rn l reasy To IHIIIorIl fairly easy and while llllkorthe ilimit of strength many of our strong rmen tear three tUlfTbeollgj11algiven out for examination andFo tIUIllIdetection A Wonderful Unnyan Tree I The finest botanical gardens III I lithat11HIUltuelldens for the lirst time will 11111 gilts wonder curd admiration excited by titThappearance of an immense banyan I Vee The branches of this tree IIIOllJlII fc In our weeping willow and when u 1 Branch is sntIG featly lung its extramij 1 ty Is Imbedded in the earth takes rout tad in turn sends out more branches i iIltedji IUIUIIUIfSJj feet iu ireiimference at I ftI 2SSpeciaStephensport I I Sat urdiy at Union Star of consumption at the of areI00 yeSheThe funeral childrent platDl9L EGibbons tltheI tl servrcfsHardin Wilson Dead nightcancer off home atp Harned He was about sixty or sixtyIfive years of age and A veteran of I civil war Mr cIleyvJlJeplace He left tlOregon hisjMr Wilson Is survived by his wi 01aPoi fitofand a daughter whose isOregonThe interment was at Cedar Hill cemetery near Jrvington Saudi towInburl service first Death of Mrs R A Brashear t18O YiiStephensport 28SII1Icialof lIra ifPA Brasheir have learned with reo7 7gret f GasCItyn illness of several months Mrs BrahOt shear formerly resided here gOIng toJlI11 Gas City about thirteen o gra agShewho has BetHNappere RobertsonShebefore Jmarriage The interment was at LouIs IvUleD W Murray next Friday wilI I Coimakemaateifi1 theon the accommodation train on te catesHenderson Route cI Efl Cummings of Vannelton wbeillsta II DAVE SMITH IN RACE AGAIN nounces Declaration of Year Aou l Dlsapolntment to Many I Wednesdays Louisville Herald I H Smith Congressman from the arth district will he a candidate succeed himself at the end of his nt term his fact was made known yester closestCMrOtllid it was then that he declared that would be a candidate for reelec n lie said that following his statement wen to the press about a year ago fich was to the effect that he would fere from public life and devote his to the practice of law much pres m had been brought to bear on him S be was urged to reconsider bia JSaion For u time ho would not iffin but finally the pressure Became jlrong that he agate decided to reelection o announcement that Mr Smith 9 gain be a candidate will be reo DewsA ic political circles especially in part of the State which com I s his district as it was thought 1 his decision of a year ago was announcement will also cause isappolnttUuut to many aspirinn disItutthetaslprospective candidates to succeed Smith in Congress In ract iij Frank Daugherty of Nelson cB Senator James S Wortham tSiyaon county and Charles Nel df Hardw county had n C nonncedI 1 utemion of contesting a JJ- wj 7 county in the district had on w Ire prospective candidates but Changthee ir plane declare will not have opposition Smith is the dean of the Ken is delegation in the lowei house is now serving his fifth term lies s first elected in 1890 succeed un hn W Lewis U Republican th reed continuously over since asII 6W Smith lugs won distinction recogMbajof John Sharp Williams chief Ho is the ranking Dem IHantsi of the Committee on Jj Diary and is an authority on eons tional law Mr Smith was n candidate fc the Senate out was defeated lace by Senator James B forI h y He ia extremely popular a mstituency and in several cone a the district massmeetings have bet held at which resolutions were pa 1 asking him to be a randiaate r election This is almost withcnt once m Kentucky IISht Hardinsbursf News Notes H insburg Ky Nov 2SSpe Marvin Beard holds the record tins the champion bird hunter j agon He killed thirtyone birds oaiday farmfeHenry wasinWin worth Compton have com depotpButlerofThe Rev Dan Shacklette filled his appointment as pastor of the Bap church Sunday He made a tarot impression tilts Thomas Hayes Dead Hardmsbnrar Ky Nov 2SSpe1c- lal Mrs Thomas Hayes died at her he last Friday after a short Th e interment was at the Owen veyard near Glendeane The deceased leavea husband and several children ilection Certificates issued Ky Nov 28Spe- olal The County Board of Election Commissioners tact here Saturday and tne canvass of the returns of recent election and issued certifi of election to Thos Bates aa magistrate and R 0 Perkins as con of the Cloverport magisterial dIstrIctI SenatorElect R W Owen Declares For Paynter and Gives Ills Reason LiKWisiOKT Ky Nov 21 1t0UCTo the Democracy of tho To nth Senatorial District I clesiro to milk u statement of my position in the taco for United States Senator and on other putty mutters which will come before the Democratic caucus at the coming session of the General Assembly of Kentucky When I was a candidate for the nomination last winter the race for United States Spnator was discussed very little However by reason of certain support which received I was regarded as the ad ministration candidate I was nominated by a majority of aos votes During tho recent campaign my Republican opponent chugged that I was for Judge Paynter for United States Senator which I neither de nied nor ailirmcd but which was generallyI accepted as true I was elected by a majority of 784 votes the largest ever given n Demo cratic nominee in this district To my mind this iis not a contest for United States Senator between Blackburn and Paynter but there is involved the vital issue of whether or not the Democratic administration of Gov BecUham which was endorsed by tho people of Kentucky after he had been tried four years by a majority of 27000 two yearn ago which was endorsed overwhelmingly lust year at the Louisville convention by a delegation fresh from the people shall now be repudiated by a Lewis lature which thanks to the assistance received from this same admin istration in close districts like mine will have the largest Democratic majority in twenty years I received my political education in I3rock en ridge county a county having a largo Republican majority but which goes Democratic whenever it is necessary Our strengthup there was due to our organization load the organization won because they stood together With my political training I am not at all larmedat this talk about Frankfort machines for being a practical man while I belong to no machine I have no fear of one which always beats tho Republicans 1 shall therefore cast my vote in the Democratic caucus for Judge Thomas II Paynter for United States Senator for McCutcheon and Brown for prison commissioners and on all other party questions will do what I can to uphold the Democratic administration at Frank cone stituents and that my views will be endorsed by the Democratic rep resentatives of Mcude Breckenridgo and Hancock counties Very respectfully R W OWBN Senatorelect Tenth District = = o = = = = i A Letter From Senator Blackburn I u oV1usattt Messrs John D and V G Babbage Clovorport Ky f Gentlemen I have your issue of Wednesday the 22nd and beg to thank you for its kindly expressions I do not expect or want the vote of any wan in tho Lewis o lature whose constituents are not for me but I believe with you that tho Democrats of your county and senatorial district are i iifor me If so I feel sure that I will have tho support of Sen ator Owen and Representative Shellman t iiAgain thanking you I am sincerely j1 C S BLACKHUUN a 1 NON 00 0 0r10NWNN N + J 0 ISevian Here on Visit Has Interesting Old Paper J O Nevian of the J O Nevian Ice company on East Tenth street New Albany was here Monday while en route to Owensboro to see his old friends it being his first visit in ticI teen years In the seventies be was connected with tne old mercantile firm of Sulzer Bros assisting in establish ing their store haro and leaving in 1870 He expressed anrprise at the substantial building growth of the town since the file on March 13 1001 which swept tne business district By request Mr Nevian left at the News office a copy of the Cloverport WeeKly Journal of the issue of March 7 1600 it being the twentysecond number of tho third volume Of the paper The old paper was given to Mr Nevian years ago by the lato Capt White and Is highly prized by him It is a fourpage sixcolumn sheet more than half of tho columns being devoted to local and foreign ad vertisementsThe Weekly Journal wa published every Wednesday by S C Collins in whet was known as the Temperance Hall building on th south side of Main street The Journal was neutral in politics and a family newspaper devoted to home interest agriculture horticulture select literature markets foreign and domestic news- Excerpts from the issue ot the Jour nal belonging to Mr Nevian will be published in the News next week Mens Bible Class Growing Between forty and fifty men attend ed the meeting of the Baraca Bible class at tho Methodist churcn Sunday afternoon at 23U oclock About three times us many men were present as on the previous Sunday when the class was organized with sixteen members The features of the meeting Sunday afternoon were the address by Rev J R Johnson of Coxs Crtek and the enrollment of seventeen more members In his adidess Rev Johnson who has been assisting in the we t- Ings at the Baptist church spoke on the importance of men studying the Bible as a guide of ngth living Revs Carrie and Lewis make short talksThe class will meet every Sunday afternoon between the hours of 2 30 and 330 oclock The members of the class to date are as follows Rev B M Cnrrie Rev J T Lewis Rev T C Kerr J J Dyer H A Oelzo V U Babbage Jno Burn Prof J P King R Q Willis C M Stephens J 0 Steph FsT- Hey er L B Perkins CB Skill man Edmund Wroe W B Oelze J CeE Lightfoot R H McGavock R T Polk H R White Wm Hoffius Cc W Hamman J Weatherholt J T Daniels W H Bowmer T S Nicholas Jno Newbauer CW Moorman Lee Wood J H Ross Tb3 Henderson Route pay train was here Friday The Proof Mf the Pudding is the eating thereof CAUCUS RESULTS IN CHANGES I Councll1lcct Chooses New Officers I DeHaven Marshal Again Messrs L T ReId Jno OConnell M Fitch J A Barry S H Mc racken and thAI D Hook compos inn the city councilelect and Mayor elect J G Harris hold a caucus at the City Hall on Tuesday evening of last week after the pi ess hour of the News and agreed on four city officers whom they will appoint yfter being sworn lute office on tho first Monday in January The four remaining appointive officers will be chosen and appointed on that date The officers ap pointed last weeK were Orfila DeI Haven marshal C W clerk Chas May tax collector Marion Weatherholt treasurer- It will be Mr DeHavens second term Mr Patterson succeeds R L Oelze who held the office of city clerk for six years Mr May succeeds Marion Weatherholt and Mr Weather holt succeeds J A Barry The appointive city officials next toot chosen aro attorney assessor lamplighter l and police judge pro tm A member of the councilelect stated last week to a lepresentative ot the News that be would suggest to the body at its first meeting that a poundkeeper i also be appointed as he believes that such an officer is very necessary The equalization board has been appointed and consists of Messrs J J Dyer Ed Whitehead and J C Mattingly It will have its first meet ing on December 4t- Mssrs J M Fitch S H Mc Cracken C S Lamb J H Brown J W Pata and Henry Yeager com posing the old conned will have their lat meeting next Monday Mayor Reid will preside for the last time closing his torn of four years 9BuyB F Bewiey of Irvington was in town Wednesday Mr Bewley hits just returned from a trip to Texas He WAS accompanied by JessJ Herndon and I parI tract Mr Bewley bought 4rO acres Mr Heradon 32 and Crutcher 100 acres They cough it tor speculation us land in that part of Texas is in creasing in value every ay and the c iuutty is being settled very fast They think they have u bargain and expect to realize u nice profit out ot the deal Meade County Messenger Dr Walkers Appointments Dr Walker will be in Caster Dec 5 0 7 Bewlsyville Dec 111 20 21 i to do dental work MaichJolly Orist T Muicb of Frankfort lad and Miss Harriet Jolly were married Monday afternoon at 2 oclock at the home ot the brides parents Mr and rs1 C Jolly near Hardinsburg The ceremony was oerformed by Rev F M C Jolly tne brides brother Monday atternoon Mr and Mrs Match left for Frankfort Ind where tney will reside Browns CaseCompromised Tne cure of John Brown of Hardius I burg charged with retailing liquor without a license has been compro mised through tne department Washington without a trial The case was to have been called Monday in the United States court at Owens loco Brown was arrested at Hardins burg several weeks ago and taken Ito Owensboro by United States Deputy Marshal C T Nichols Montgomery Witt Hardinaburg Ky Nov 28Spoc- lal Mrs Eliza A Witt the coming marriage of her daughter Allis Rpasellto Charles Edward Montgomery at 4 p m Thursday December 14 at the Methodist Episcopal church South Mr Montgomery ie connected wi the drug firm of Smith Bates at Owensboro His homo was formerlv at Cloverport Rev B M Currie will lecture Lewisport next Friday night in the interest of the fight that is Lei waged there for local option CASTORJABun You Hare Always Bougut ofthoC The Proof of the value of our n RoyalBaking Powderis Cream of Tartar II I AbsollltelyPllreltakes more Wholesome and Delicious m Irvington School Honor Roll 3 Seventh GradeNell Smith 030 Bessie Wrather 17 5 Buulan Mudd Utf4 Mary Smith Vljj Leona Still 914 Nell Simmons VI Herbert Han eell W- Fifth O rade John W Jolly 9Jfj Irene Baady 974 Eunice Simmons ft ij Grace Payne 07 h Ke ndrlok Jolly 97s Hayden Bramlette 00 Kea Bandy 05 Corra D Frakes 98 i Lamar Gardner 92 Fourth Grade Kdith Hensel 98 Walter Cnlley98 Alfred Herndon we Gnedry Bramlette 93 Junina Stith 94 Snsie Bandy 07 i Dollie StnnHeld 98 Utha King 98 Arthur King lLeotiurd Galloway 97 Alton McCo- y07Erte Chitwood 97Kenneth Smith 97 Alliene Cowley JO Mary Smith 0 Evelyn King 00 Katie ainssfel man 93 Elmer King VI Maggie Bandy and Lottie Bandy did toad wqrk but through absence failed to be on the honor roll but deserve mention Coral R Whittingfaill Juala Henslsy Fordsville Postmaster Removed William S Griner wa appointed postmaster at Porrisvillw list wttek by the postofficv department and H D Smith vice removed Smith was removes ed because of negligence of his duties as postmaster Sells Sixth Gasoline Boat T F Sawyer sold on Saturday his gasoline boat the S I F Sawyer to Frank Kelly proprietor of the Frank Kelly Amusement company of Cincin nati for 000 It was the sixth gasoline boat that Mr Sawyer has built and sold in recent years making a profit on every transaction Mr Kelly accompanied by his wifo and Jacob Weatherholt the latter going ua engineer and pilot left on the S F Sawyer Sunday for Cin cinnati Mr Kelly will return South soon with a troupe of glass blowers giving entertainments at all towns Mr Weatherbolt will probably accom pany him- Lastweek Mr Sawyer sold one ot the barges he built this fall for f200 to David Phelps who will add it to his fleet of mussel shell boats operating atoil the Ohio river Kind Words For The News Lodibnrg Ky Nov 25 1905 Mr John D Babbage Deir Sir I send you one dollar to pay my sub scription to the Breckenridge News one of tne best county papers in the State Yours truly eaJL Parks Westport Ind Now 31 190C Mr J D Babbage Find enclosed tl for which please send me your paper one year I am very much pleas ed with the News It is just as good thas a letter to me every wees Resnectfully yours Alice Keller atRed Men After Home Hardinaburg Ky Nov SSpo figoralThe Red Men navo purchased the property of the Breckenridge Normal College on Main street It IB said that they will present it to the Grand Council of the order provided they will establish the Widows and Orphan s Home at this place Want Column is in the use thereofo A t r Y u rt4 a A J Jd 4 M 1 n f r I J J i r f 01 t t Iijo v r i f J i r1gj Y JOi I tI 1r i 7tro 1 d 1 f Y r l 1 1 v i t ri hf sIs I i T I I I J i 1 1h h j The Breckenridge NewI WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1005 The Perfect Jun A perfect pun makes good souse botll ways the edges melt with a click like the blade of a sharp pair of shear Sometimes the very thoughts fit tight Jogelher In antagonistic Identity as W lieu Ithe man said of the telUpru lice xxhorter that he would be a good fel loinml he would only let drinkI alone or when Disraeli If it was he wrote to tLE youth who lint sent him a first uovel l thnnk you very iniieh I shal lose u Itime In reading it or as whei a num seeing n poor piece of carpet trv siil That chicken coop looks u If sun ic man lint made It himself Ex qillsiic perverse lileralnoss of thought Awl till saute absolute punning the Tory 11111 destruction of a proposition was tin old death thrust nt a poor poo Ly the friend who snliV His poetry will be read when Shakespeare anil Homer are forgotten It was u fim double edged blade of speech until some crude fellow Heine I think hnrpened It to a wire edge by adding and not till then a banality thai dulled Its perfection mlerJ A Mary in Atlantic Iteninrknhle Iunnr Hnlnliovr I recall many lunar rainbows during the half century since I was an observ 4tut boy and if memory serves me out double lunar rainbow Hilt the most perfect of these bows that I recall 1 saw on Ihe edge of Darlington So C 1 was In a road lending north with ex tensive holds Mist1 and west hence my opportunity The tall moon hind just risen above till tops of the distant poetic and the how in the west was perfect The ripen of the bow was ma aerially less than the SpOil of a sun rainbow but Its depth or thickness was proiHMtlonutely much greater The rainbow colors were distinct but pll- lu if the arch were built of trace motif rofpenrl and they changed and fntl- oed lost rapidly titan the sun rainbows I haTe seen Whan in camp on Johns Island SSoiith Carolina I saw a brilliant sun rainbow with one foot of the arch soi sitar we could stand on it or piss be dUll and in front of it but we did not dig for goldJlacoa Cor Scientific Aiuudcuii AilNoils Ira aunt Hitch nl It Is u fact that Nelsons famous sig nal to the fleet at Trafalgar was In Its original form England confides not expects that every ruin will do his duty This Is the story us given by 3aptnln Iasco Nelsons Hag lieutenant flit the Victory His lordship carne to me on the ipimp sin after ordering cer tall slcnaU + to be made about n quar ter to noon he said MrI Iasco I wish to say to the fleet England confides that every man will do his duty And he added You must be quick for 1 have one more to make which isi fur close action I replied If your lordship will permit me to substitute xpoet for confides the signal will soon bo completed because the word orjCls Is in the vocabulary where is confides muni be spelled His lordship replied In haste and with seeming satisfHction That will do Iasco make It directly And the famous signal was muttoitdoit Chronicle 0 There tne n lilinlt All Irishman one day went into the abop of a barber to get shaved After being properly seated and the lather about half applied the barber was CHlleil to an adjoining room where he was detained for some tulle The barber hud In tin shop as a pett a monkey which wan continually Imitating its master As soon as the latter left Itin room tin monkey grabbed the brush awl proieeiledI to Hnish lathering the Irishmans fart After doing ids lit took a raxor from Us case 11111 strop ped it and then turned to the Irishman to shave him ti top shut mi id Pat Ye eau tuck the towel in me neck and put the soup Ou cwt face but begorrah yer fathers Cot to thane me 111111 Iltl tirntM SlIr Louis the threat had even andI toler tibly regular features without any stronglyI marked characteristics Py all fits contemporaries lu is spoken of us a tall man Inn he had It way of raising tola head suniioiiiiicd by the monstrous wore mil Hi swelling his chest REAL THIS Louisville Ky June la 1001 Dr E W Hull St Louts Mo Oear Sir Since taking the agency for the sale of your kidney remedy Hulls treat Discovery a year ago we have Bola suvunil gross and have never Heard a complaint about the remedy Qu the other hand we have custpuiors to praise the curative qualities of your preparation every day and soveialI remarkable cures have peon reported to us of parties that have been cured of kidney trouble by taking one bottle of your Discovery where nil other preparations have failed Wishing you aueceda with your great remedy we fceg to remain Very respeuf fully T1 P t1VLURtC CO A TEXAS WONDER One small liottlc of the Texas Wondur Hulls Great Discovery wires till kidney nnd bladder troubles re moves grays cures dialwtea seuiinul emiEsions weak and lame hacks rheumatism and all irregulmtiws of the kidnoys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of fl One small bottle is two months lent ment nnd seldom fails to perfectas euro Dr E W Hnll Sole Manufac turer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Sold by all druggists j that rreatea tti impression or ncign for when the sepulchers of the kings were violated by the convention nnd hits body was dragged out of his comn it was measured and found a trifle oer C feet 0 Inches A Fortune In III lfg During the reign of Queen Elizabet an English gentleman of wealth named Corbel of a distinguished family nenr Shrewsbury bet that his leg was the handsomest in the country or kingdom and staked estates worth 80000 o- the subject He won the wager IInd a picture Iis still preserved in the fun lly mansion representing the proccs of measuring the legs of the different contestants Not lneunrnglug But sold the persistent suitor I 1It were to prove to you that I would go to the ends of the earth for you First replied the Boston girl you would have to prove to me that tItI earth realty has ends and that yoi know Is quite impossible Phlladel phlu Press Virtue Virtue Is more to man than elthe water or tire I have seen men dlt from treading on water and tire hut I have never seen a tuna die from reading the course of virtue Con fuel us Concerning Shop Customer I notice some shoes In the window that you have labeled Tent perance Shoes What kind of shoes ite they Denier They are warrantee rot to be tight In Time of Peace In the first month of tho Russian Japan war we had a striking exampl of tho necessity of preparation and the early advantage of those who so to ppeak have shingled their roofs in dry weather The virtue of prepara tion has made history and given to us our greatest men The individual as well U8 the nation should be prepares for any t inergecryl 1 Are you piepare to successfully combat the first cols you take A cold can bo oured mute morf quickly when tieated as soon as it hits been contracted and before it has become settled in the system Chamber Iains Cough Remedy is famous for ita climes for colds and it should be keep at hand ready for instant ase For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport A Tleniiprntt CHIP Walk O NightsDoctor what Is a simple remedy for sleeplessness Doe torIet the person count till he falls nslwp Walk 0 XightsHI cant count Its the baby lbp honor wo receive of those who tour null stand In nw of us IH no tr e I norylouts gar Sun Lost Mother Consuuiution runs in our family and through it 1 lost my mother II writs E B Reid ot Harmony Me For the past five yours however or the slightest sign of n Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings Now Discov ery for Consumption Which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death way a sad loss for Mr Reid but hu Warned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cUlt it Quickest relief and cure for soughs and colds Price OOc and 100 i guaranteed ut Short tit Haynes drug store Trial bottle fre AllllliHl llnvlllli I lie Unit Teeth Tin Hiiimali I having tin most teeth Is the great armadillo oriouulb Central and northern South America It is n fact well known to most people that the normalI or average number of teeth in nmiutunls is thirtytwosixteen ahHe and the saute number below The great armadillo however is an ex 111 till II having from UJ to H He has from twentyfourI to twentysix in each tide of the upper Jaw and train twenty two to ttwentyfour In mach side of the lower jaw Another peculiarity tins in tlie fact that they are all molars or grinders They increase iu size from front to bark instead of from the tout dud are wholly destitute of enamel Jury SultliliiK Mexico his an ingenious plum for far Lilitatiiig verdicts in jury trials Two uperniinieriiry Jurors are drawn to- sit near the Jury box and listen to the Mldence and urgumeifts If any of the I egular jury falls 111 or Is otherwise lisquallried1 from going on one of the stipes takes his place In this way hey avoid what is often seen In Amer ran courts a long trial rendered use ess when it Is nearly finished by the Ridden Illness or death of one juror MnilrlilN Mcut1 Watchmen Madrid still has the mediaeval night watchmen They admit lute comers to he apartment houses at night but no tiger slug out the hour or the oondi ion of the weather They still go by thl name of sereno which they got rout the fact that an it seldom rains In Spain their cries about the weather fenerully ended with that word Ills run y sureno JUMI Itebuke- 1ia What is It now I wanna mother pieca cake No Tommy youve had enough Aw ma Yer always tollin mo I lout out properly an nea you dont ever gimme no chance to practice Jlevolnnd Lender Too SIneli of n rood Tlilnc Dobson What became of that man who had twentyseven medals for Rav- Ing people from drowning Dock IVorker He fell In one day when head them all on and the weight of cm slink him Accent on the Operatic Singe No Englishman with daughters could do a rasher thing than permit them to take Ilessons from eminent professor with a view of going on the stage The opera stage In England scarcely ex lets At Covent Garden a woman who can speak good English eau only Kt in by force of social influence tlllll abroad a foreigner has very great dlf fictilty because she cannot speak or slug with a perfect accent The foreign lady or gentleman comes across here and on occasion will venture to sing in English and their mistake bring nothing more than a smile to tin faces of the audience But let an 1 tlIg dish singer go to France or Germany and something totally different happens III lSj Tamaguo stung at Monte Cur lo before an audience which was main ly French He mispronounced a word and a peal of derisive laughter coveret even his stentorian notes In Briissel I heard an American tenor laughed lit because some of his vowels were not quite pure Brussels where their French is the most villainous patois 1 have ever heard In Germany I haw heard both French and English trust laughed at because their accent wit not absolutely correct London Satur day Review Ilunnliiit Discipline General DragomirotT the Russlai military expert rose from the ranks and always dressed according to the army regulations for the common soldier One day while driving about St Petersburg Iu his carriage he notice a soldier with hair longer than the regulations called for He had lite horse stopped alighted and taking off his hut ordered the soldier to seize bin by the hall The soldier hesitated Ill feared to lay violent hands on his gen oral besides the hair was clipped toe close to afford a hold for the hands The general surveyed the soldier stern Iy for a few moments then twining his lingers in the hitters locks he lit crally wiped up the street with him the victim not daring to resist Final- lyI having impressed the lesson thor oughly he reentered his carriage am drove on ordering the soldier to for low At the first barbers shop they came to he again alighted and had Cicry vestige of hair shaved from the soldiers heat then turned him loose as a horrible example to his fellows Do not be deceived by counterfeits when you buy Wi tch Hazel Salve The name of E C DeWitl Co is on every box of the genuine Pilos in thorn wore form will e ton pass away if you will apply DeWitts Witch HPZO Salve night and morning Best for Cuts Burns BoilsTetter Eczema etc Sold by nil Druggists A lint Story A Birmingham Ala tuna told a somewhat remarkable hat story the tidier day vouching for its truth by saying that he was IIII wearer of one of the hats lie walked Into the din lag room of an Atlanta lintel one day putting his beside till one other on the limit ruef When he left the dining room he found that his hat hud been taken and time other cue left III its place There was nothing to do hut take It uud be content lie came north raid at a hotel the hat swapping perform nice was again repeated Souse one took from tthe dining room ha Irack till ne taken by the story teller from the Atlanta hotel A few days later tin Atlanta nine eeognlzedI at the wane hole the lint he tad lost lie took It He went south II few days later rind stayed at till hoed he had occupiedI on his former visitl Jne tiny when he enteredI I the dining ooin there was onlyI out hat on the tick He placed his own beside It Vhen he left the dining room and leked up the out lint left he found it yaw the one he had lost there the year before New York Tribune Ilintn t bout ScrtMvn Where strews are driven into soft vood and subjected to considerable train they are very likely1 to work nose and it Is often dllllcult to make hem hold In such crises the use of IllIe is profitable Make the glue thick miners a stick about half the size of thl screw and put it into the hole riion put III the screw and drive it lone as quickly us possible When here Is an article of furniture to be tastily repaired anti no glue Iis at hand horn n mole Insert the stick fill the rest or the cavity with pulverized rosin hen heat the screw sufliclcntly to melt ho rosin as It IIs driven In Where crews are driven into wood for tom porary purposes they caret be more jnsily removed by dipping them In oil before Inserting When buying screws notice that the heads are small and well cut that there are no flaws in the body or thread part and that they have gimlet points A screw of good make vlll drive as easily Sato oak as others Into pine and will endure having twice he force brought against It Counterfeiting The Genuine Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lane emedy and on account of tao great morn and popularity of Foloys Honey and Tar many imitations are ftered for the genuine Ask foi- oloys Honey and Tar and refuse anJ substitute offered as no other reparation will give the same sat sfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for hildron and delicate persons For sale by A H Fisher RllrUb Its funny Whats funny That you can never tell whether a woman has a good carriage till you haTe seen her walk Exchanee The Modesty of Hokunnl Young artists not gaining dlatiuetio early have hull various instances to quote as showing that masterly poi formnnce often came late in life In Dora Amsdens book on Japanese I1rl It is set forth that this is whatI the celebrated JapaneseI artist Hoktisa wrote about himself Frown the ago or six I had a mania for drawing tin forms of things By the time 1 was fifty I hind published an Infinity of de signs1 but all I have produced befon the age of seventy is Riot worth taklnj tutu account At seventylive I learnet a little about the realI structure of ua lure of animals plants and trees birds fishes and insects In coast quence when 1 am eighty I shall him made still more progress At ninety I shall penetrate the mystery of things At a hundred I shall certainly lIao reached a marvelous stage nod when I am 110 everything I do be it but a lin or dot will be alive I beg those who live us long as I do to see If I do uot keep my word llokusal died in 1811 ut the age of eightynine Why ItoMNliil Wept When Meyerbeer died his son cow posed a funeral march which remem bered his dead father Full of emo lion the young man took It to Rossini Play it maestro he pleaded play It I wrote It in expression of my grief and mourning for my dead father Rossini tool It up placed it on his piano and played it Tears rolled down his checks Utter sadness dwelt upon his countenance You weep cried young Meyerbeer beside himself with joy at the effect upon the great mister Yes I weep rejoined Rossini amid tears And why- Ihecause replied Rossini 111m wishing that you were dead and It was your father who had written the fu neral march Nilnxnn null Inttl When Chri line Nllssou the great singer was asked her opinion of va rious singers she gave it very candidly of every out Including herself and Mine Albanl hut she never once al laded to Mme Patti You have not mentioned Mine1 Pat ti remarked the pertinacious inter viewerNo said Mine Nilsson I have not You are asking about singers I do not regard Patti as a singer I place her among the angels A Patti only comes to u planet once during that planets existence Such an absence of stage jealousy has probably never been equaled Dnle Mark n IlnKitnil Mulniljr- Bagdad date murk Is the name given to a mysterious disease that attacks nearly every one who stays in Bagdad for city length of time ninth Is found also at Aleppo and other places In Turkish Asia It Is a sore that comes only once halt lasts a year leaving a scar the shape of a unit Nearly tilt he- bathes are marked with It No remedy has been found for it but hyposulphite of soda seems to have some effect on the mark The Hcunty of tin llllen 1rlass HardyGrace do you not limit that these valley lilies are very beautiful Not so beautiful as orange bios ours Mr Jones dud thus assisted and encouraged he presently drifted out upon the wide vide sea of wedded bliss llltllltlllloll So the insolent fellow refused to ay his rent He did not say so In words but he utluiated It How so- Ho kicked me downstair Paris lonrnalI The Merit of Good Work The great thing IIs to produce noth ug of which If It comes into broad JIight you will be ashamed and then vhother It does come into broad light or no need not much trouble you Ilatthew Arnold Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over ixty years of age suffer from Kidney and bladder disorders usaallyHealarge tent of prostrate gland This isboth painful and dangerous and Foloya Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects regularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Jurnett Rock Port Mo writesIII suffered with Dlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and Iter taking two bottles of Foleys CidneylCure Ifeel bettor than I have rtwenty years although I am now IIt years old For sate by A R Fisber KlnK Jnnieit Dooka Some very tine binding was executed or King James 1 who during his entire life was an enthusiastic patron of otters and art In some of his books the thistle Is introduced with heavy fornor pieces and the arms in the center One fine piece of work now iu the British museum is in bright brown calf powdered with flowerdeluce Another folio Iu crimson velvet has the arms of England embroidered on both Ides with gold thread on a groundwork of yellow silk The kings initials are worked above The lettering Is in leather and the boards are tied together by red ribbon constituting a egal book In every particular John Gibson In Scotland and the Barkers In England were appointed to be the lugs binders but there is little trace ot their work now extant JOYS OF MATERNITY- A WOMANS BEST HOPES REALIZED Mrs Potts Tells How Women Should Prepare for Motherhood The darkest days of husband and wife are when they come to loop for ward to childless and lonely old ago Many a wife has found herself inca pable of motherhood owing to a dis placement of the womb or lack oj strength in the generative organsJ Mrs Militia Potts Frequent backache and distressi pains accompanied by offensive c charges and generally by irregu and scanty menstruation indicate a c placement or nerve degeneration the womb and surrounding organs The question that troubles won is how can n woman who hits some male trouble bear healthy children Mrs Anna Pottsof 510 Iark Ave Hot Springs Ark writes My Dear Mrs Pinkham During tho early Put of mymarried was delicate in health both my husband I were verv anxious for a child to bios home but I hall two miscarriages and not carry a child to maturity A net who had been cured E Pink Vegetable Compound advised mo to try did so and soon felt that I was err stronger my headaches and backache mo I had no more bearingdown pain felt liko a new woman Within a y became the mother of a strong he child the joy of our home hams Vegetable Compound Iscortal splendid remedy and I wish every w who wants to become a mother would t- Actual sterility in woman is rare If any woman thinks she is lie let her try Lydia E Pinkl Vegetable Compound and write to Pinkham Lynn Muss Her adv free to expectant or wouldbe mo flench SaiMlM A party of chauffeurs were w aloig Cape May bench Ohit of picket up a handfulI 01 sand am Why in It that one bear h iIs enough for motor cats while a is so soft a child era hardly w- Its The sand in your hand ai Unitt question tho second flit replied Seo how lint it la sand was Indeed as line as di tine as talcum powder The i sand is the more closely it wit and by consequenti tthe firmc face It will oller went on the chauffeur This fine sued here a roadbed many feet In 1IIpthiin bet you couldnt park more vlo you rolled it a hundred years t hundred ton roller Study the si Long Branch or Asbury Park prettier thou this It Is made 01 ureic grains that you can read II tingulsh Each is a perfect cube or black or reda beautiful clejol oed shape that It Is u pleasure tok at Each Is about tlfty tines per than the Cape May grains hcifhe sand of Asbury Pork or Long ieh wont pack down wont make rm roadbed There Is only one p In the country where the sang her than at Cape May and that 11sI Orinond Philndelphhi Bullet A liquid cold cure and the onl ngb Syiup which moves the bowels forks all cold out of the system Ken nedys Laxative Houoy and Tar Clears makcteUklunaI by all druggists i1I 1 PnHliliiK the DM Folkn Aife When the babies are cross nutk man would like n quiet retreat thcrcp none for him But In a few years v m the children are grown anti lie lI in the way the daughters and 1Iolr put their heads together and orlj iiate a len There IsI no din for the in her be cause she gracefully eliminate herself by sitting in the kitchen or running over to a neighbors It is he natural disposition to hide in n corn or re move herself entirely timid it i not the natural disposition of the father hence the den It has a couch and some pipes and tobacco and tho books which the neighbors havent got around to borrowing as yet though if father begins a story today the book will be found to be loaned out when he wantsf to finish it tomorrow The denaI fashionable way of pushing th old tuna out If there is one in yowfr house Mr Man dont be deceled Atchison Globe A Two Kilned CnrW A story is told of the woniR t Cul cure from deafness of a patient ww was recommended to hear n Wagner opVrf mud to sit near the orchestra by c trombones The physician nccompV hlm1Suddenlystruments was at its loudest the deaf not found he could hear Doctor he almost shrieked I can hear The doctor gave no sign that he noticed tho remark I tell you doctor the patient In ecstasy you hn repcntjd net I have recovered ny Still Ute physician was silent become deaf himself Harpers Week iy if dTORXtrithisthe Kind You Have A Boug- htAtari l pI 0 1 LAIt 4IfI 13c o 1 Y P laths Y P flooring and ceiling White pine doors and sash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited ioverport Planing Mill DR R P KEENS j Repreeentlne X TAYLOR KEENE f UUDENTISTS OF OWENSBORO jj- Ii1tvlhlI be In Dr Ltghtfoots otfco week out ot each month prepared ij1 1watt on all wishing Iltgit Class tory Ustry Week of November 20 next r Y Fall tut What does Blfklns remind you of 1 9 hate to tell reflection ou Bit Because Its a klnsNo on me I dont understand Well Ill explain Every time I see Blfkins he reminds me of a llittle bill Ive owed him for over a year t London TitBits Solitude AntI the Crowd world to live after It is easy In the the worlds opinion it Iis easy in solitude to live after our own but the great map is he who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude Ralph Waldo Emerson It Would But why wont your husband let us look up the coat of arms of his faintly Taw sex a coat of arms would look that made his topunity for a mauflU I mo in lhis shirt sleevesHoustou ost AliHoliitdr Effective lnrk Younghusbnnlllm only going dear so dont watt own to time climb for if Im late tierTheK Ill come and fetch youl word measles formerly meat WED We about wetc arillll1 lea td- IOml hawb wno 1cal than tlIel caull Inug this ccr joy n- laug othelwou wounels men It nndot day VO UpViti thai bu AIAl nnl1CI l1CIaLU aLUmu muto tothtl mIl cloele ILl M I U- tilt torl 1 111bt 1 btIII IIIU I V at CI 01nJ nJo 0tl 1 11e 11d t 1 I I rt r I 1 i W i l 7 T ii h Ii t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25J 1005 Tonlo Enrrt of InitKlitcr r We urc not disposed to say anything about tin physiology of humblerI frill we are prepared tti itllirin that asi ionic there is nothing within the i ISBibllitKs of human experience that all watch 41 good h iirty 10 ugh Tinre is something den ntirI tiiiout a laugh that makes it imjtssiMr e distinguish vhether it Is a jiriu f or a plebeian viuo jis moved to hjirfiiiient Hardly greater tragedy could IK perpetrated than to wrest IMP power of song fnnu the birds but that would be a small calamity Compared with tin lilehiup of laughter from life If the conditions of this world could be such as to afford to every human being the frequent enjoyment of a pure hearty peal if laughter there would be no need that other favors be conferred This aiijlI would be ample testimony niat happi pegs was paramount In the lives Jmen Baltimore Herald Shudil It Is old wooll redressed by scientific and clean methods It is a component of most of the woolen garments of today The world does not grow enough wool to enable us to have a constant mipply of new woolen garments except with till aid of shoddy It isI shoddy that has enabled the worklngmaii to buy a new suit of cloths sit the price jof a weeks wage In the olden days an old all woolen garment WIS so ex pensive that it had to last Its owner ttany years unless he were u wealthy I man It is better hygiene for a man to buy two new shoddy suits a year than to buy an all wool garment which must lust him two years Most of the clothes we wear in fact contain an j element of shoddy and so far from be 1 lug the worse for it are the better Magazine of Commerce Tear hi IT Curd To tear a pack of cards In two is rev larded by sonic as a marvelous feat of Htreugth and yet the trick is possible to any one with fairly strong lingers The secret of the trick lies in the fact that the entire pack is not torn at once but in pretending to get a grip on the park the strong man so manipulates time cards Wilt they overlap In this way but a single card is torn at a time 1and puce the surface is turn the rest is easy To any one w heau hold a pack of curds lirmly the trick is fairly easy and while In olden timest u single pack of cards was considered to be the limit of strength manyof our strong men tear three and four pucks at a time The cards are restored to their origi nal form before being given out for examination and so the trlcL escapes detection A Wonderful linnTn Tree N The finest botanical gardens In the world are justly claimed by Calcutta that city of palaces and pigsties and ntatues The stranger visiting the gar dens for the first time will lind his wonder fwd admiration excited by the pppcanuice of an immense banyan Tree The branches of this tree droop Ys in our weeping willow and when a francIt is suliiciently long its extremi ij is imbedded in the earth takes rout jfjd in turn sends out more brandies this instance the operation has been hated until tie tree hOW measures feet in circumference at Its biixo rid has attained a height of eightyfive fret It forms a veritable mare u Uiiir vel to the occidental eye Irvine and Hamlet Hamlet was the first ploy Sir Hen ry Irving saw as a buy Samuel Iheips was in the title role Some time after ward Phelps WitS persuaded to listen lo a recitation by Irving lull after praising the young man the celebrated actor gave him this characteristic advice Young man Imvo nothing to do with the stage It Is a bad profession CotihlilrrnttI Well Tommy are you very good to your little sister asked the friend of the family Sure replied Tommy I eat all the candy ease It makes her sick Philadelphia Record I The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decety tive Many sudden deaths caused b- yitheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are the result kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the Kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald t tag pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar t sized bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a book that are often of of of tells all about It both itomofswnm coot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention- reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the- tvname Swamp Itoot Dr Kilmers Swamp and the address Binghamton N Y I on every bottle 4 View of Buttermilk Falls One Mile East of Brandenburg A nobler Snl erMt if tell They were playing a quiet rubber of whist and had called for a now leek of cards One of the players was an old timer a cardI player of yuan of ex erlenee and he tooU tip the old worn out cards und put thump ou the window Kill Throw them in the tire said time young man who was his partner What said the eldur Throw a pad of cards In the lire Young man you doiVt know what you are talking about I wouldnt do it for Loon Why not Superstition was lilt answer Ituru a pack of cards and iheyll never give you another hand and will mock your to the last Theyre had enough at best lint you never saw a gambler curse the cards or abuse them or burn theta or otherwise ill treat them He doesnt dare to 1 know a successful card player who did it lie was dwell lug on velvet thru In a year he was a beggar and he never won a same worth meat loiilng forever utter Its a whim but the gentlemen of the doth of green respect it They wont burn a pack of cards Mans unreasonableness is ottenasgreat as a womans But Thoe 3 Austin Mgr of the Repub lican of Leaven worth Ind was not anre 1onahle when he refused to allow the doctorpto operate on his wife for female trouble Instead be says we concluded to try ElectricBitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve hei After taking Electric Bitters slIt was per featly cured aud can uow perform all her household duties Guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists price 50c Federal Appointments Last Wednesday President Roosevelt announced the following federal appoint menu tor Western Kentucky R T Franks of Owensborocollector of internal revenue appointed for third term J A Craft collector of internal rev enue at Louisville Wat G Dearing of Plemingsburg to be surveyor of the port of Jon 3ville vice C M Barnett George W Long of Leitchfield to be United States marshal for the Western district of Kentucky vice Addison n lames Reuben D Hill to be United States attorney for the Western districts New Rural Route WASHINGTON D C Nov 22 Rural route No J ordered established February 1 at Ekron Meade county serving 495 people and 110 houses Certainly Slams Judging from the number of spoiled ballots in the Nook precinct in Breck enridge county the average Mook voter does not know enough to scratch a ticket Meade County Messenger Now that Lewisport has electric lights we may soon expect Skillman to follow but CloverportneverHancock Clar ionTo Recommend Normal School The biennial report to the general assembly of State Superintendent of Schools Fuqua will contain a strong recommendation for an appropriation and provision for the establishment of a norimal school at Krunkfort for teachers and in this recommendation the superintendent will have the earn est backing and support of the State Educational association The art of being able to make good use of moderate abilities often confers pore reputation than real na rlL Kochvfoucnuld I t Cardt This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the couch and heals the lungs Prevents pneu monia and will cure incipient con sumption Contains no opiates and is safest for children A fk tor Foley s Honey and Tar and insist upon having t Stops the cough and h aU the lungs For sale by A R Fisher Illn bouncy LnilPr Control She Suppoji I were to die what would yon do Ho 1 should be almost crazy Khw Vonld you marry again lie Well I would hardly he as crazy Is that Judge An Aiixloan Wife LadyDo you think this medicine would do my husband any good V Drug gistIm sure It would madam Lady Hum What other kinds have you gotEYchaugeI M mil I ti ir- Tubbs I flatter myself that honesty Is printed on my face Jrubbs Well eryes perhaps wllh some allowance Tor typographical errors Sptclcx fir Uuflk Collector In this age of speriallxiitiou even so simple a subject as book collecting IIs subdivided In a complex sclentillo way Book collNtois of the twentieth era tury fall naturally Into those classes Iibllomane Au Indiscriminate dab tHaunt collector Itilillo tio itloA Itmrnod collector very expert In Imprints first editions and time technicalities Iiltllogiiipli A collector who writes about his COJllH11t1- ll8BlhllutuJlIIIIA cautious collector who keeps his books always under look rand key In glass cases Ilbllophlle A real lover of books one who buys books only fur time plwis ure of rending them Minneapolis Journal The Exact Thing Required for Constipation As a certain parent vn and stomach purifier Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to be the eraot thing required strong Enough for the most robust yet mild enough and safe for children fund without that terrible griping so common to roost purga tives say R S Webster Jfc Co Udorp Ontario Canada For sale by Short d Haynes Cloverport Lookliiu ForTvnrit Progress Is becoming extremely rap- Id Yes Indeed In the year 3000 or so lightning will have to get n move on If it wants to be considered fast In Uy Ilttlciit Did you ever make any mistakes doctor Yell Ive had several patients get well that I expected would die L Presidents Message December 5 It has been decided that President Roosevelts forthcoming annual messag to Congress will be submitted to the Senate and House of Representatives on Tuesday December 5 W T Tilford Heavily in Debt Ulyssus Whalin of Prentiss Ohio county filed n petition in office of Deputy Clerk Lindsay of the United district court at Owensboro Wednes day asking that he he adjudged a bank rupt Whalin is engaged in the general merchandise business at Prestiss Ills schedule shows liabilities amounting to 709707 and assets of 1I2SOI It is stated in the petition that liabilities to the autourt of 5010 are debts con tracted by W T Tilford of Owensboro and ought to be paid by him Tilford is a fonner merchant of CJoerport w lint Not Iti lrnd Douglas lerrold tin celebrated wit said Tlnre are three things that nu man but a foul lends or having lent Is not in the most helpless stale firf meutal crassitude if ho over hopes to get hark again These three things art books money uud umbrellas 1 believe a certainI Iklion of the law assumes a remedy against the borrower but I know of no case iu which any mini be big sulllHeutly dastard to gibbet his reputation as plaintiff in such u suit ver fairly suecucdcd against the wholesome prejudices of society tmbrellas may be hedged about by cobweb strut mites I will nut swear that it Is not so There may be laws that make such things prorfy but I am sure that the hissing contempt the lout mouthed In dignation of all civilized society would sibilate andI roarI at 1the bloodless pol troon who should engage law on his side to obtain for him the restitution of a lent umbrella the Inlntrr Won Often have painters and btulplur discussed the relative merits of paint lug and sculpture A story is told ol an artist who resented the dltiparuglir comparisons made by a sculptor and laid a wager that he could within n given time paint a picture which should display the human figure as complete Ily as any sculptor could The wager was accepted raid upon tilt appointed day a palming wits priHluc ed which fulfilled all the conditions n represented u warrior hiIIC back to ttheI spectator lleiiiinr over a sheet of va ter In the limpid surface of which were reflected his entire face mind form 1t the right a suit of polished armor bun andl threw hawk a full length pr iii Image while a mirror performed I like olllce for the loft aloe TIll sculp tor of course handed oter the inoncv staked I aris JoiirnulJ But few people are entirely free Jtr111 indigestion at this season of the year Koilol Dyspepsia Cnre is not only the host remedy to use because it digests what you eat but because it als enables the digestive apparatus to as Minilate andI trausfoiin all foods into tissue hnflditmg blood Kodol rolivfi sour stomach heart horn belching and all forms of Indigestion Sold by nil Druggists n The fall lOt tlir Cuml- It ls one of the twist wonderful of ail the phenomena that confront us in iiln sttHly of nature that the tallnilr lip comet visible through siuh u vast area of space IM one of till most tninspir ant of objects Tim tail of the runlet i much more transparent thou Iii earths atmosphere as this nt Its llies would la bulk art as an opaque ear- tale Hut stars mire seen almost as Uis tliiLtly through the cornets tailitthrough the adjacent atmosphere Com eta change their form and ltlllIII mite with the utmost rapidity mid tiuall hack steadily away from the sun like a courtier out of the royal presence ItK nil of the Til lip Centuries ago by time waters of the Piosponis the Persian lover sought flower with scarlet petals and heart ot gold We call It the tulip To him 1it was toe emblem of love In Persia parts of Asia and ou the shores of tot Mediterranean the tulip grows wild Today the tulip beds near Haarlem an among tine wonders of that qua lilt Dutch town Though once the symbol of love In our modern floral lauguagi the tulip stands for Inconstancy Sine Is called flaunting and bold Ijood calls her a saucy queue Thu SlKi Afauioud cranlologlst strolllugthroug n churchyard found a gravedigger toss Ing up the earth iu which there wen two or three skulls The craulologls t took them up and after considering ono u little time said Ah this is the skull or u philosopher Very likely your honor replied the gravedigger Sure i noticed It was somewhatt cracked HaLLsI VEGETABLE SICILIAN Renewer restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair jis fated or turning gray for it always restores the color Stor falling hair also V rr tXHJI etrsettloaeattasia awsei ee+sa+ e tswsSaio- III First State Bank 1 IIIRV1OTOi KY t Y 2 W j IGG077 es der OHN R WIMP VcePrefjden f r I CashierII Account of Corporation J iv iduII solicited iinterest Paid on Time Deposits a mN fNNtti NNI The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky j Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 II BOWMUR President A B SKILLMA CashierIw F LIGHTFOOT Vpres CHAS 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 cur nreprooi vault furaJBhtdfonr customers I tree NEW SAFF NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits u ++ + + 014+11++++++++ + 4 + ++++4 + 4 +++ +++ Wi i Bank of HardinsburgJFFICERS 3 3KARIX PRESIDENT M H BERn Cashier 0 RECTORS Moiris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson 3 P Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S RichardsonI Insured against loss by fire or burglary i Interest paid on time deposits +N ++ N1 +N+++ hUu h or or or THE If Fifth Avenue f I HOTEL i Louisville Ky rfrfPIKE1 CAMPBELL Mgr V o 4 + Hair The icost centrally located erd only firstclass hotel In the city miking a Irro rate Only one block Irom the principal Shopping AUtrict sad two blocks from the principal theatres Street oars pass the door to all pm m of tbe cltv- Eyerytblnc r1I1 acdictae == 7 I t Vlm THE U Open Door to Succes- sSOUTHWEST n 1i ioobIt oir ID I ro T lfi1 B Statelrkr m ill n tn nthnII tI I Iliinri Miiy iitif I r Ike tola inimunlrr ghicatiion Tliniioiiil f fru 1IoadN Iii nir liousiiniK I uiwptiI finns fur alil r0u0n y w Jr The Widest Open Dour of Them All INDIAN TERRITORY I tntir v u illill n t ltr1- In iiTi and tn hridl inul rirl h ii i rili IP llin 1er r i in il n mill In A iii rivi LdtiT worth bavint ai lid lilies OKLAHOMAThe What Next Territory Nruriyt Mifn j l1 1ri 14 tart ti IInv peJMlllhlYtar Only i i iiIhii iiinc but a least in the Southwect Ica foothold 1r r i Trot1 litrainrc and informutloo rianilni w rn 01o tcud Lrrlt uenlluyt imh mouth H Full inforrrFt t t I liEOIIiHGPi t H I M61IPF I P t IUtile Rock 4rk nn1atf O I ItI II 11 you could veil your farm today for J100 Figures u rice and buy it back toinoriow for fiu an ecru J You would do it OnIfYOU can buy the 100 land for 10 some goodhI i FarmsYou can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt yoy do it It you wish to Know more about It wrlto for copies of our Ttxai and Okliiliotna nooks They art tree A HILTON Gtneral Passenger tgen 951 Frisco Bldg SL Louis Me lifltLrMIl1lI N S n + t tt rr kr 1e k r +i br4 a e i f zfu k i i i i i i l l r i i l i i I I l I i i i I k I e j J t h 1 t oJ j I t k i f Yi 14aD f i + 8 M I i 1 k J i t I r f i r I I f 1 ll rfIi 1 I 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors = = = = =Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Pnco 100 a year or Slab if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANltS over flora lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per linl- OBITUAIUES charged for at the rate of 6 cents per tine Money in advunre Examine tho label on your paper If it Is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address c c =a TWELVE PAGESH == WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1905 THOUGHTS The mnn of business who has never soiled his hands with illgot ton wealth who has never taken undue advantage of his neighbor in a monetary transaction whose word was his bond the man who has punctually paid his honest debts who has never sheltered himself behind a legal technicality to escape a financial obligation the man who in every vicissitude of trade and commerce in adversity as well as prosperity has maintained the honor of his good nnmein a word all honor to the man who has passed through the perils and battles of ecommercial life with a character unblemished such a man I hold is more worthy of our esteem and veneration than the victorious general who returns in triumph from a prolonegd war For surely a business campaign is usually more protracted and requires more persevering onegry and courasre than a military conquest Cardinal Gibbons rIT will be a great triumph for citizens when the election boodlers ftfd all put iu the penitentiary IF you cant hors turkey have n chicken if not a chicken then a beefsteak If you fall down on these then go after the bioon and be tinkful THK Armours have cornered the turkey market in Kentucky and tho prices have gone up to 30 cents a pound in the oust It is just a HUla matter of SO000 to the Armours OLD man Northern now a citizen of Ilarnod will celebrate his ninetyfifth Thanksgiving a little decrepit but seemingly good for the century mark lMe is probably the oldest man in the county JUST think of the thousands of Russians who will celebrate their Thanksgiving by sitting in a snowbank surveying the ruins of their homes and the graves of their families and giving thanks that they we alive ILEWISPOKT hay an uptodate electric light plant built bll home man and run by him Mr J C Emmick is the builder and the owner lie understands machinery and electricity and does all the work Clfand consequently his plant iin run at a very small ex pense ills plant iis paying him from the start We ought to have an Emmick in Cloverport TnuRK is no royal road to success says a great writer What a man needs is plenty of pluck and lots of hard work to engage in any kind of business successfully Every young man starting out in life may feel verysure of success and reward if he will keep everlastingly at it So if you are despondent and depressedcheer up take fresh oouragc do your part and you will win out in the end FOKUSVIUK people arts in high glee over the prospects oia new railroad coming into that town Theysay tho line has been Ilocated fco Dundee Will Deans town at Mines mill and the surveyors are now nrreying two or three routes from that place to Fordsvilic And from Fordsville it will come on to Cloverport If it comes our way we will be thankful if not well he thankful for those who have no railroad KEITHEK Democrats nor Republicans deny the fact that votes were bought and sold in the recent election There is a law against bribery in elections and the man who sells or buys a vote is subject to tho enforcement of that law These matters will nil be brought to light in the pending contest The thing to do is to enforce the law and bring the guilty parties to an account This is the only way to top this bribery in electi ins If we had a Folk in this county with the courage of his convictions we would have decent elections jJ As Lose as we have election and the nomination of candidates who are the enforced choice of a set of machine bosseswho dictate the nominations regardless of the free will of the people so long will we have a corrupt ballot There is only one way to destroy the power of the politicalmachine and to provide elections that ors actually hy expressive of the will of the people and that is through direct nominations whereby the voters of the several parties are enabled themselves to select their candidates The root of the present evil is the power of the bosses to dictate nominations ToBAcro buyers are in the field and taking the weed pretty freely at it t and l for dark and 550 and 7 round for burley When you take into consideration the fact that the crop this year is a little loss than half what it was last year the prices fire not in proportion to the output In 1H04 this county according to the assessors books raised 5000881 pounds of tobacco The books show the crop for 1005 to be 2278SOO pounds a little loss than half The crop sold last year at about the same figures as this year with a full crop Do our farmers realize the shortage or do they pay any attention to statistics In Daviess und Hancock counties the buyers are taking the crop as they go at S S and a They claim these prices are being paid to break up the pool but its a short crop and they want the tobacco Tit election contest that is on in this county seems to be exciting very little comment by either party concerned Republicans as a general tiling are not taking much stock in it The more conserva tive ones dont see much in the outcome even if the election is set aside The same old fight will have to be gone over involving a big lot of expense time and trouble with no certainty as to the rosults If the Republicans had clean hands themselves they might have a better show Isis a wellknown fact that money and whiskey was used pretty freely on both sides the only difference being that the Democrats had snore of both with more expert handlers The elec tion was a rotten one from start to finish This fact no one deigns to deny and the only good thing that can come out of the contest will be to show to the people the extent of it and open their eyes to the crimes committed on a free ballot by the leaders of both parties 10 Warts+ Pi r roAdvertisements Inserted under this bead at one cent a word per week WASTED VM rEIEv ryhodx to advertise theirvv wants In this column It will save you time and money Foil SALKF rm of 150 acres two miles of Holt suitable for stock fruit or o ju try four bend mules and all other stock farming Implements and soma household Foods Terms made known on Tuesday December 19 dug of SHB E T Itudolpb Addison Ky FOIL SALR One new twohorso wagon pall black horse mulos ages j and 11 years old For furthor rtlculrsddross Harmon Drlskel Hnrnert Tty FOR SALRRlfle SS long Mwrvol in condition llne stock and hand t- FOR bard at SS Jno D ItMbbuce Jr SALE Fine country sorghum put up one gallon jugs fiOc gallon test yet Jno1 lUbtmge Jr FOR SALEGood strong Iron ng press Used but In good condition Price J1S5 Apply at News offloe forTFOR SALE FOR SAlEIY realdenee is CloVerport price and terms drop me a line or call on me atthevbopfe P I Plank Cloverport Ky FOR SALE FUR SALEOrnan cheap Apply at sews FOR SALE FOR SALEOood farm Apply to Frank Gust n Ky FOR SALELA rNDRV OUTFIT pOR SALB At a bnrpitln a fl stcUss1 Laundry outfit everything coiipleto For particulars price and terms address me ut EiUabftlitown Ky Gel S MIUDOK HOTEL POOL AND HILLIARH PARLORS FOR SALETbe Planters Hotel Pool and Iariors in lIVen horo Ky Afl dress J Willard Ituicmel 404 Walnut street Owensboro Ky H FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Snpines MARTIN GAHLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE pOR SALETuitIon Certificate In Bryant R Strattons Business college Louisville For price and particulars write The Breck enridge News Covlrport Ky New Postmaster Kate Hook nas been appointed post master at Tarfork vice L C Paul resigned Meetings Largely Attended The meetings at the Baptist churcn are continuing this week with after ncoa and evening service dully as luring last week The meetings are largely attended Sunday evening every pew was occupied and extra seats had to be provided There bave been a number of conversions and much interest seems manifested in the meetings Rev J U Johnson of Coxs CreeK is delivering strong and enrnest sermons at each service Rev Currie of the Methodist church mid members of other choirs are assisting Rev Lewis anI1 Rev Johnson for the success of the meetings Blind Horse Safely Walks Trestle- A very remarkable thing happened ofr on the Branch last Saturday says Chas Uhauioeilam Nothing liKe it eVEr occurred before in the history of railroading he saysII A blind horse was on the track just below McOuady Ahead of him was a short trestle He was going at a pretty good trot and on to the trestle be went 1 stopped my train and made sure I would have to haul him off the trestle with two or throe legs broken but to my surprise he walked that trestle hitting every tie and got over without a nnlt Never saw anything to beat itoven a horse with two good eyes Shoots at Negro in Cellar Mrs Jacob Weatherholt had an ex citing experience Monday atternoon with a negro who entered tne cellar at her home in Eastland probably for the purpose of robbery About 180- oclocf she heard a noise in tho cellar Supposing a dog had been fastened up she went into the cellar and saw an unknown negro biding behind some Barrels Hurrying into the house she secured a revolver and returned to iud the negro fleeing towards IJraizes farm in the rear of the house She fired twice at him but neither shot took effectBEWLEYVILLE Mrs Bettie Helt is visiting Mrs Ella Compton The W F M S held an interesting meeting Saturday afternoon Messrs Harry Bell and Sam Carden of Guston were here Sunday attending churchleft for Clifton Mills to visit motherMiss Nunnelley is the guest ot Mrs G A Foote Mr and Mrs Frakes of Irvington were hero Sunday attending church Death of Miss Sallie Withers Miss Sallie Withers the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay Withers of Kirk died Sunday night at 12 oclock She was taken ill several weeks ago and a complication followed Miss Withers was about eighteen years of age The funeral was held Monday afternoon the interment being at Me Quady 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 homeseekers rates apply Thanksgiving Rates Nov 30 For ThanKsgiving rate of one and onethird fare fnr the round trip be tween local points minimum 25 cents will be made on Nov 20 and 80 good to return Dec 4 Christmas and New Year Holidays For these holidays rate ofone and one third fare for the round trip be tween local points will be made with a minimum of 50 cents Date of snle Dec 222324 25303 and January 1 good returning January 4 Special homeseekers excursions to the Southwest Nov 21 anti Dec 15 and 1g Impdrtant Change of lime on The Southern Railway On Friday Decembe 1 the follow ng chages in time of Southern Rail way trains will become effective No 1 now leaving Louisville at 740 a m will depart at 800 a m No 0 now leaving Louisville at 350 p m will depart at 330 p m No 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 p in No 24 now leaving Lexington at 010 a m will depart at545 a mINo 2 now leaving Lexington at 580 p m will depart ut 500 p in Corresponding changes will be made at local stations and passengers intend ing to use these trains should conult ticket agents for complete informs tion U H Hungerford D P A and visiting Mrs Thos Hardaway Mrs R H Roe of Irvington was here Sunday attending church and was the guest with the pastor of Mrs Blanford lobo Cox has been sick several days Mr Compton and daughter Lena Mrs Fletcher Blantord will be a gtitst at Fair Lawn for Thanksgiving E S Foote with a friend of Owens boro is spend ng a few days here visiting relatives Mr and Mrs A N Jolly of Sam ple who came to the burial of J Beaucbamp remained a few days to visit relatives Prof Sherill of Middletown lad who assisted in the meeting remained to give singing lessons Houser and Laura StUn Irene Cain Willie Cain and Elizabeth Foote are all on the sick list Mrs Alonzo Bennett has gone to High Plains to visit her sister Mrs Larkin and nephew ot Leitch field are guests of Mrs Kate Jordan Our protracted services closed Friday night Everybody agrees that every sermon vas excellent Nine persons joined tho church Sunday Two had joined previouslylt was a great meet mug and needs to bo continued in the near future Nearly all the Masons of our vicinity assisted in the burial of Hardin Wilson at Iivingtou Sunday The exercises were admirably conducted it is said with a large crowd present Thos J Jolly sold twentyeight sheep to G W Richardson last week for f 150- Thos Anderson who has been living on Mrs Nortons place has moved to town Golden Rod Union Star Girl in Sad Plight Louisville Herald stated SundayI ITheMiss Vina Banta who is believed to be Miss Vina Bandy of Union Star was stranded in Louisville Saturday and forced to appeal to the Womens Aid Society for succor The paper stated that she was in quest of Walter ONeal a relative said to bA- in the employe of the Big Four rail road but failed to rind him The Cbenanlt correspondent of the News states this week that Walter ONeal of Louisville arrived there Sunday to visit friends and relatives but it IB not known whether tnere is any connection between the two men f m I MEYERf y itBIG f 1 SPRING KY SPECIAL SALE Of Heavy IiiDress Goods and J Ladies Fine Cloaksand Jackets 1 1 1 I On acconnt of mild weather we have on p iihand yet a fine selection of heavy Dress IGoods Ladies Fine Cloaks and Jackets which we shall dispose of at a great sac 1 rifice Original price will not be consid 1 ered Every garment must go regardless I of cost It will pay you to get in first t l in this sale 1 1 111 fitill y ID fl Prices on OvercoatsJ and Suits Cut I A big line of Overcoats must go at almost t cost Fine lot of them too I Big warm Icoats that give comfort in cold weather J Latest a stylesISUITS I We have one of the most complete stocks of Suits in the county Any man can WW- fJ L make a selection from the large variety t i True values at almost cost I I Skirts o and Underwear I i Our enormous line of I Skirts and Underwear JiUlj must go at cut prices If Nobby selections in Under m skirts A fine lot of M d Underwear I m I II MEYER I KyII KyI t TtPPE PPEH PPEre relt ltTc TcF Tcb II II t J I 1I 1J 1 f Kalf I 1UI f 1 1 1I r I i 1i I r t L 22- I 2r I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1905 HAPPY HOMEIs where health abounds With impure blood there cannot be good health With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood TuttsPilis revivify the torpid LIVER and restore its natural action A healthy LIVER means pure- blood Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists UlothIng cleaned and pressed at Forlinos Harry Weatherholt was in Louisville SundayJ f Rodman was np from Owena boro Monday Still a few bargains in shoes Bab x er Son Have your trousers cleaned and pressed by torline C T McClannhan was at Me Daniels last week Dr and Mrs R P Keene returned Saturday to Owensboro Hot lunches and meals at all hour English Kitchen Ladies skirts and coat suits cleaned and pressed by Forline Fresh fruits and celery for Than s giving English Kitchen Jumbo pickles for Thanksgiving Try themEnglish Kitchen Oscar Dickey was at Elizabethtown last week visiting relatives Our oargains in shoes will continue this weekBabbage Son Fresh oysters served in all styles or sold in bulk English Kitchen Capt and Mrs J H Rowland re turned last week from Custer Mrs A J Gross of Holt was the guest of Mrs 0 DeHaven Saturday Mrs J P Troutman arrived Fri day from Owensboro for a visit here Misses Ambie Williams and Bessie Kevs have been visiting at Stephens port Wrs J H Wills went to Haidins burg Thursday to visit her sister Mrs Alterd Eestcn Miss Ad lia Moorman has returned from a visit to Mrs Campbell at HopkinsvilleDorothey of Brandenburg has been visitnu her grandmother Mrs Lacy Gregory Christmas linb picture moulding now in Have your picture framed now Edward Gregory RUTSS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go tobed I Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English means long sickness wy To stop the continued floss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new ricllbloodstrengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and 51I Ir all druggW iI For this week only I will make six bestfiablnct photographs fir ino dollar Brabant gttllfiy i Mr and Mrs Chris Gleam of Tell City were en route Thurslay on their wedding trip to Louisville Miss Olivia Fallon and Chas Fallon were at Irvington Snmlny the gnsts of their brother J MJ Fallon Dr1 P Lightfoot came up from Uiiwesvillo Thursday for a short visit to his son Dr F L Lighttoot 1 will sell you wall paper and hang it cheaper than any one in Cloverpoit Get my price Edward Gregory Now is the time to have your pic tune tatml six cabinet size for 1 This week onlyBrabants gallery Mrs O RBunnoll arrived Saturday from Elizabethtown to be with Mr Bnnuell who is the proprietor of the box ball alley in the Fair building LostAt Methodist supper Nov 0 half dozen silver forks S engraved on handle Return to Mrs F Al Smith Mr and Mrs Chas Cottrell and children returned last week to Pensa cola Fla after spending several months with Mr and Mrs G W ShortMrs M H Beard and little son Murray returned Friday to Hardins burg after a visit to frienis and rein tivesMrs Clarence Bauer came up from berInear town Dont forget I carry us big line of wall paper as any one in this city and Johnyon the Spot with pricesEtt- ward Gregory Miss Ray Hoyser has returned from Elizabethtown whore she attended the State meeting of the Baptist Young Peoples Union Stylish hats trimmed and ready to wear at Miss Lydia Franks Selling at low prices because of being late in the season Come and take advantage of a bargain Mrs Eliza Webb of Louisville and Mesdames W H Bowmer J L Moorman and J 0 Jarboe went to Maceo Thursday to spend several days with Mrs Hawes The Bondage is a splendid eightycage story in the December Smart Set For sale at the News office I will open np my 1900 line of wallpaper in my new place of business March 1 My stock has been carefully selected and bougnt to sell cheaper Keep your eyes on the 3UsEdw- ard Gregory S Sons The December number of the following magazines onsalo at News office Munsey McClure Everybodys lied Book Cosmopolitan Metropolitan Womans Home Companion ladies Home Journal yersons American Family Magazine American Illustrated magazine Delineator Smart Set BurrMcIntosh Monthly oz LOCAL BRIEFS z Edward Gregory has a copy of The Balance and Columbia Repository pub lished at Hudson N Y January 251 1802 The paper is in an unusually good state of preservation for its age It is probably one of tbe oldest newspapers tc be found in this part of the country 1t About thirty linemen are repaiiing the Home Telephone companys line between Louisville and Owensboro They have been camping on Allens hill near town for a week or more They left Louisville the first of Sep tember upending a llarge part or the time in this county H J May has again begun the erection of his blacnsmith shop at the foot of First street The first struc ture when partly completed was blown down in a stormII The Eternal City a beautiful oratoriocantata by Chas H Gabriel is being rehearsed by the Methodist church choir under the direction of A H Murray and will be rendered at the church on the evening of Dec ember 24 at which time therowlll be no preaching advice It will be the second cantata rendered by the choir while Mr Murray has been the leader The tirstcantata which was snug last year before a Jarco audience was the finest thingin vocal music over heard here and The Eternal City promises to be a much greater musical treat Edward Bowne treasurer of the Murray Roofing Tile company was in Louisville Wednesday and Thursday and made a contract for a large order of the superior grade of rooting tile his company is making at their plantI here The old brick tenement house near the Henderson Route shops the last vestige ot the once famous industry of oil making from the cannel coal mined at J Victoria is being razed 10fu ground I E F Rn olpbof near Halt was in the city MonJiy Mr Rud ilph wll sell his ISOacre farm near Holt 1I December 1J and so t H well Irt to work in the L tfe Nshops at MIH trade of eRr builder The Ladies Heading Club did not meet last Thursday nn account of the meetings at the Baptist church ana they will have no meeting tomorrow Mrs A IJ Skilluiau will bo the hostess Thursday of next week ih I Bert Bertvin will sell paints and oils in the building on the left of Dr RL Xewons oflioe rpening his stock next week Remus Pate end family and Mi and MrsWi D Hambleton have moved here from Mattingly W G Short of Durant Okla ar rived Sunday evening to visit his brother G W Short He left yester day for Falls ot Rough for a visit There will be no Thanksgiving service at the Methodist chunh1 to morrow the cnly services of tne Protestant denominations being at the Baptist church I J C Nolte Bro have a very at tractive show window this week representing ThanKsgiving in the oM time Mrs L T Reid entertained last Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs M H Board of Hardinsburg + Miss Ruth Haynes entertained last Wednesday evening in honor of Dr and Mrs R P Keene of Owensboro Miss Pauline Moorman of Texas was the guest of Rev and Mrs J T Lewis part of last week Miss Bertha Voyles of near town JrlandDr S B Adklsson was down from Webster Monday Sold His Farm I Cliff Haddock has sold his farm at Clifton Mills to J D Carter te Son Mr Haddock will move to Webster for the winter He thinks of I going West in the spring 3 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGOOD 5 53 FOR YOU 3 5 AT OUR STORE 5 a a We have to work early and late so crowded are we n a our Repair Department The reason of this is that I we do every piece of work ttiright Satisfaction guar jl anteedII Iii JOur1J holiday stock can rot be excelled Handsome Christmas presents at our tstore in great variety tI Best thing to do when your t eyes hurt is to relieve and tcure them Murine is that t positivej jC C T G LEWISSON t s JEWELERSj j I VTTTTT VVYYY YYYVYVYYYY YYVT 0- rirro r yartrrrtrrrrrririrrrron0- No1 Waiting Here e j vI I Just tell us how much q lumber you need We c i have all kinds of I Framing material S sfs i Walnut is ready for I you jjj Thats the thing tinyi c able to get so quick jjj before l v Let us have your x order today t Your House Barn or SSII t Stable may need re- pairsv K etREMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt i Ii Cloverport Ky i 1I1 ii 1 M Hammed Son Funeral Directors and Embalmers CLOVERPORT KY LOOK OVER THIS LIST fORI ChristmasPresents I Three beautiful Par lor Lamps will be giv en to cash purchasers during the Holidays Inquire for particulars at the store Any style of HOlhl you imiy want is at our tore Kciil values in them at tin fol lowing prices lHilI 15 I 150I 01185 2ii5 J d 3 iLo 350 4 H50 t o5 SOI 750 and SsoOI 50Rocking i i I Dining Room Chairs per set of six 5O Sui 7 s 10 12 SdUltlS up Folding Beds U5o to 3250 Iron Beds ls to W75 Kitchen Cabinets 550 to lo Letups 2 to 15 4000 foot Picture Mould ings Frames made from iiUc upPicture and Window Glass 100 sheet pictures from lOc to y5o Columbia Graphophones 750 to 1O- ii Edison Phonographs 10 to S30 t 500 records in stock Co lumbia records lye Edison Jj Everything marked in plain lijrures See prices in show window i1 Hamman Son Cloverport Ky LiIIALMOST appreciates modern oenvaniencies Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything cut and fitted so that you can do the job yourself Com plete instructions and working drawings with every order A wrench the only tool necessary II D MCDONALD i32 West Harrison Street Chicago 111 PISOS CURE FOI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use to time Sold by drueelsts CONS UMPTtON Tbe W F M S is conducting a daily prayer meeting at the Methodist church this week ccr lJ Nt IIEET ME AT NO- LTESThanksgiving I I Day IITurkeys Always Taste Best = c7 C = C==Wcan supply the Turkey and the ingredients thereto- helotiing imd make the lbigi r bin taste better Dont overlook Cranberries Oysters Salmon Soups lliue MItt Apple Butter Gelatine Jello Plum PUt Mims ItaiiiH Currants Pickles Catsup Salad 1reysing- 1ea Tolmsco Sauce Aaparajjun Tips Cakes I I I What a Dinner What a Feast 1 I Be thankful youre living in this glorious country Wind up on a good Cigar or Cake of Wax J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Ii MW4 W ftN i days They Tillie Oelz Flour vc have found that GOLD is Mere it every If havent it to baking be pleasure Hour results bread pastry is Order it Ca diek Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND U J fWA wJNdAlNWW1fltAV4 I I ITAXPAYERSuo A penalty 2f 6 cert w ne added to al d taxes Decetr Jer st Save this cost prompt payrrert My term cf lice expire on January 906 and 1 am reqjired to make set taxes charged to me on or before date delin quents en December l will to collect according to law further notice Heretofore it been me to be a little orient in some nstances I I must settle up and ficrefce rst collect trust all taxpayers will apPrecatE s no ce v he freed tc no executions r e iea ne governed accrd j PIIE Weatherholt City Tax Collector 4A N 9vPrices ono I SKIRTS II IIGoI Way Downs iii 0 = i s A nice selectionI Ladies and a Misses Skirls worth 5700 will e u gOIIfor S500 and 5500jones will Q for 350 UtestPatterns and- S 6 strong caluesBetter Ilook at them Entire stock Hats 1to Jii lat reduced rciiV U h i Mrs P McCoy 2MILLINER iiIRVINGTON KY i eCAfiteetlbBelQtlttB di iHt3itiNti- C J Weatherholt has about completed his storehouse on High street and will conduct a restaurant Mr and Mrs D S Miller of Owenaooro will arrive in a few to reside here After u short bridal trip were married at Owens boro yesteulay Mrs Miller was Miss daughter of Mr and Mrs T S Venable of Owensboro Thursdays Louisville Times tained a picture of W B the successful local photographer in national and international contests IS THE for the housekeeper seeks the best Many v experience CADICKS DUST FLOUR the tot for all baking finding out day you tried do and day will a This things the beet for caKe indeed for everything for which a seal flcur needed from your Grocer per ypa extra by making wii 1st tement for that All 1st 19051 proceed and without has possible for put now tr arc pay cut pease ngly Very respectf 11 ry of s of Jr Venable con are all iry rz= f safeguardjlJ 1 customers MoreTover we frequently do it un r 1rj ff- f 1 lj confidentiall ways AI i riI YOUR BUSINESS 1i 11 toIwill receive prompt and 1ttus attention Highest p rate of interest paid on time fIIdeposits iiI fA- IXSUHKDAGA INS T LOSS BY FIRE ANn IBURGLARY COXSER Ij VATIVK BOA III OK i WRKCTOKS EFK1- CIKNT 7 1 OFKirKltS ill f Cloverportf1 m1 iti fAfA- it tifAt 4io r r or Dr A M1Haraway DENTIST 1 1Irvington Ky I Will be in Irvington one week out of each month prepared to wait on ilall wishing High Class Dentistry l Remember my time at Irvington lWeek beginning November 27 J1 Subscribe for the News y f 9 a 4 Y i I i t I I I r J j I c i J i I I t r t Ii It I 4 t un p 1 rT e f r 1- t iI I r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER ta pi A I IIVO Test This tale is tulit in the orient A lad y one day touiul a umn following he and she iiski l him why he did no Hisii reply Viis Ymi an very licautitulI iiid 1 iin in love with you Oh yoi Ulluk me lItPinitirnl do youV There iJs my sister over there You will lind lit BBllcli uioivI lIwuiitiful than I titu G- Rod u mule m hfr on Iiiiirinu this the HIM t11111111I l see the sNier Ill foutul Mb wits MTV ugly so he nine hack In an angry wood uud askedI the lady why sore mitt told him a falaolioodi Slio then aii were I Vhy did you tome 111 It fnlHvliood Tbo span was sur prised ftt thus aiviieution and asUed when IIP luul duce + o JII answer was You mild you loved me If that bit been true you would not have rune to make lure to another woman Trout A trout IIs a wont from the day it I horn but not until it xets into the ocean Is at salmon a salmon Vhlle Iit lives In ri river It Is a parr On the western const August and September are the months for till principalI runI of snlmon Karly1 full IsI the season for flflstorn trout followed by the GermanI Itrown nod Iodi leven In the late fall Winter and early spring are Ithe sea lion for rainbow trout and along In February comes the eastern brook front which Iis followed by lake trout und ruyklss commonly 1 known as cut tJirout trout from a peculiar red marking on till throat New York Herald Tin heal i Time sreat aitress lirln I a dress over I from Paris It costs her SI1000 She late to have four maids to help her Into it Vlieii she comes out on getII ware time public1 at once exclaims rapture Tills lIs Indeed Vlwt 1 h she IallsII Sicilian pcifeanl J liDi A Veup lug Hint Knerzry said the yonnp innn who I bed bwn calling resnlnrly fur about a fttr wieixy rend promptitude are fautt11 miawadays I VJ 4 liulixrd rJlIII11 tGe yutnn lady with meaning Mist look ii t young Mr Wilson He only met Miss Anderson ivto months ugo and now thy are en tlett1- Nnturnlly What sort of people are these who mire continually seeking divorce ask- td the reformer with an agonized groan Married people principally re sponded the cheerful Idiot with a course guffaw Louisville Courier Journal A Good Lesion Spout fir Did you gain anything on the horses last year Sport cr Yep 1Ifljilued enough experience to teach me not to bet on them this year Most of our misfortune are more tanportiibl than tile coinnients of oar trivudtf upon tlwwA I Mimas IIII I I cried Hannah Plant of Little Hook I Ark for the relief 1 got from Buck WHH Arnica Stilre It cured my tear fat nailingor6MI which nothing else would tK al and from which I hadaBuffered for veaiHi It is a nmrrel one healer for cuts burns and wonnds aaratt9Htl at Short tt Eaynett drug tort Ilk Giilr mi Hplsoile Mary 1tnlo XI1l whotn a honoy ii rr1n liachHor lnek Tlip time ba n the rntirrlaife und1 the dlrorce enJorfrr UIlttfr M i a wer originally wade of board f r he Inner hark of trooii iBgh Syrnp which drlras a cold of r ot the system by acting aN 1fuartle on the bowels is ottered in rjnedys Laxative Honey and Tar 1 lu mars the thioatItrfDgtblnl the langs- f i rdf brooibial tubes The mothersIIIrod and the childrens tK P Cioap WhooptngConifi etc said I Il DraqiltsdUM Iliiriiiuft Vutiirnl MnKmrl There la M huge natural magnet In Ier Hurtna India covered with K Mt blockx of Iron ore which truvi t uotUt has a ircnicudous attraction which render couipaxNeM and wutrlics MelWH In Spain there Is u spring mil water said to cure lovesick pwiple AII other qwwr Kprlng IIs situated in 11exv ico the waters of which cure alcoholic cravings to the legund runs lllinter nountulu near port DavisI Tex pro docee an effect which would counter tact the good work dote by the Mexican 11 pring with none of the evil effects 01Pooplesuddenly l ecome conscious of a hurt ofw InthemtIJetthtdu ctagnerh like an old toper and many tUne been known to full in a stupor on time rocks This mountain kus u fol lowing which returns MUHOH utter seu son to enjoy this harmless dissipation 01 A Disastrous Calamity It is u disastrous calamity when you logo your health because indigestion and constipation have sanpped it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build np your digestive organs and care headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guarateed at Short G Haynes drng II store t 25ctt 1 1LotI j gvinpITokrut- j lure lokons ou the Joth l August died out want years IIKO The custom was for oiHimourc illhi nU gentle women t iif lu iii i I vaint HK rrlr tIll iii ItII1-r tlini ij iiuir iinliis Mjiiun wlI ut tun ot 10111III adlrriI I ln suullsue in thrrllari Ilf rlt ol tbese favors was ded with burrow goldI1 T Mtl btn folded IIJI Il MUr Toss rjq s iHt the Illilllllf uiht 111 l U L It II worm 11 ybr furiiiniir eaihs L Ltr itsir iu tin ITOJIM Tilt fasri tu riv batsII rally time 11anudiw ark f the folic uiuyde borsolf and well slie liked to work the m wt beautiful figures she could fur her favorite suitor but they become tlO worm in vogue in Qocua ISIIiabotbs time that they were sohi ready mud in the shops Tbis of course dostroywl the ramaitco cf the custom and hence its death rriiplliiK1 ilic 1nronn IAs AVillliiin Morris was an EnfHh I ymnu it may not seem remarkable to Auicrloans that he did not always get bid jokes right end flrst In a biog raphy of her husband Mrs Edward purne Jones tells of the va t with Iwhich he reversed them Tier had all been eking couitu i I drums Who killed his brother Cainr asked UuriioJoiios Morris foil Into the trap at once Abel be houtlilII Later in tile day be rune in lug lauJI1II I trappedt tho parson by Jovof be exclaimed I asked him Who feilled lily brother AbelV Chi ho said lit once sayIllitthat IEvery one dos I tame away I and left him pirxlod enough and II doubt If bos found out yet what the I wooer was InvrUn lid iczite In l niitfvilv Sharks are rather delicate in raptlv ity and It iis dllllculty to keep them i iiiarlums Whatever rare way be i bestowed upon thorn tboy do not seen I to be able to stand confinement howI over largo the tank or pool may bo In captivity sharks swim round and round the tank nine times out of ten taking one course and never reversing A shark has been known 10 keep its j course for throe or four months with out change and except for food never baiting so tar as It was observed It would keep going all day song and would be found going In tIlt morning j just the same If foot wits placed iu Its way It would stop for several mill utes iced eat remaining beaded the j same way Presently it would start ii on again In the Suite direction ou its rounds moving slowly unless ills j Curbed i tIh nf ii lift ppy Llfe There ire two fundamental necessij tics fur a happy life namely a useful ii occitiiallon for mind and body and nnIj I outlet for unselfish affection The reiiilslte for enduring happiness jN in having work to ilo in which 111 lit lievi Such work always aimsi il IIIII Uccoinpllslmielll of oliKlii iiu lisiilii- Vhili thllIrk IIJIIMt IM I ill fair ettleiency it fhould imi lIa iLU panie l with too wudb drulIrI rx buustioii The siiupler the plan mi 111111II living is modeled the less will be till complications and disturbance caused by uu overelaliorate scale ofexistuaa nd the more time will IK left fur the real duties and pleasures of life Irom Vital Questions by iJr Henry L Chapin ICor uu Clilhlre Tlio children lie iKona all exlnincly fjimiiit mid pretty iKHiillv when only few yiiirs old At New VISITS iluy re generally IlrlWltll tip in bt amid new frocks und though aiTorillu to ur Itkas of faille w e Mhuiilil not girl yellow alcoves to a bright red jacket aid- went tbis over u grwu frmk I must warty dolt somehow or other it looks all right tbre nail relieves the inoiioiuny the wujpllenml white arincuts The ates of the vbiklron are trhiteuII with chalk and the hair in oiled aunt parttil the 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INDIAN PAPOOSES KBCBIVE FROM SQUAW MOTHERS Indian Redskin Very Seldom CriesIs Strapped to a Plank Washed in the Creek and Hung on a Tree to Dry OutIn the Indian papoose child nature Is essentially the same as in the Caucasian bubo though there is a striking contrast in their manners due to maternal treatment or as a student of child nature might say to environ ment The chief differences really between the little Indian and the little white is that the former is less a cry baby than the latter The reason for is that the white baby usually gets he cries for if It be within moth 1his power to procure it Learning this experience for every mother k s- nws how wise and shrewd the i aby is whenever he feels that a certain ar ticle would conduce to his content ment he forthwith howls Now the papoose so far from being encouraged in this vocal exercise Is repressed His mother is unresponsive and the baby not achieving what he weeps for soon learns that tears and walls profit not Perhaps if the white mother dwelt in the deserts or the mountains so that babys crying would not disturb the neighbors even she might let hijji cry till weariness brought sleep and per Imps if the redskin mother lived among sensitive neighbors she might seek to pacify the crying babe with r bribes that the neighbors might not charge her with neglect of maternal duty or her with an evil disposi tion Yet another reason for the calm and placid habit and orderliness of the papoose as compared with his fair brother Is that the darker little sav age has no cradle crib or gocart to sport and gambol In but Is packed tightly in a or strapped to a board In this position bo finds kicking and squirming uncomfortable exercise and his enforced repose de velops into habit So the stoicism and the taciturnity of Indian are nurtured in youth though of course one reason for the Indians lack of fluency In speech is that in life and thought ho has not the need of many words The primitive white man was not voluble Bath Day of Papoose The papoose has no nursery luxu ries as little paleface babes under stand that phrase He has no soft and tepid water prepared for him by a faithful maid or a fond mamma He is never lathered oer with perfumed soap nor dusted with sweetscented powders At Intervals usually two or three times a week the mothers of the or take their babies to the nearest creek pool or spring unstrap the little ones and tumble them Into shallow water where they have a splashing while the mothers swap the gossip of the tribe squaws are very feminine In their love of personal news and chitchat Involv ing other squaws bucks and braves When the bath Is ended a cloth is tied round tho baby and ho is hung up on the branch of a tree or a sapling till sun and wind have dried him Then he is packed In his basket and trundled on his mothers back home ward to the family tepee for Weakling Babies Nearly all Indian children that one sees are hardy and well formed This is because only those of robust consti tution survive the trials and exposure of their babyhood It is desired that only the naturally strong should sur vive for it Is a custom In most of the tribes to wilfully expose suffocu e or drown born weaklings or deformed babies Death Is the lot of the un happy little baby whose health and physique are below the tribal standard The Albino child and these arc more common among the Indians than might be supposed is certain to perish soon after birth because the coming of such a child is regarded as evidence of dis pleasure of the Great Spirit The redskin babe is released from lacings and swaddlings as soon as he is old enough to walk and then real child life begins He has great freedom When it is warm enough to go without clothes and the I Indian child is inured to cold he tum bles and romps naked His pets are dogs and ponies and Is as fond of these as arc his blond cousins As he grows old enough to run he takes an interest in the athletic sports of tribe and the usual young Indian games are deer and hounds hide and seek foot racing pony racing bow and arrow shooting spear throwing wrestling and follow the leader- Developing the Brave Tim cjilld is given every possible en couragement to play and is never whipped by his parents because it Is the Indians philosophy that whipping breaks the spirit of the child and the Indian ambition is to be brave and selfreliant It is a fact that though the Indian child is not subject to cor poral punishment and the ruder form of discipline which white children an often made to endure they are reverent obedient docile and extraordina rily respectful toward their parents and seniors It is the Spartan quallt which the mother and father strive t develop in their boys School of the Indian The Indian lad of the wilds is no oppressed with book studies He iIE taught his nature lessons in the for est among the rocks or on the plains He learns by hunting and camping with his elders and every Indian lat tries to win the prize of commendation by proficiency in those nature studio which the Indian holds is the highes form of knowledge It is around tin camp fire or the fire in the lodge thai youth learns the traditions of his NAVAHOE PAPOOSES IN THEIR LITTLE CRIBS fThe Little Redskin Not JVchlovlnc What lIe Weeps For Soon Learns That Tear and Walls Proflt Not baby either basket the early his tribe bald time for Death his his the the race His mental food is composed of stories of warfare and the chase The education of the Indian maiden is conducted by her mother who teach es all the domestic arts which the Indian maid should know A Xcvr Plane Discovered Be sure to read this weeks story Nebula a recentlydiscovered Orb within n hundred miles of the earth The story is told by the historian of the exploring party which made the most remarkable airship voyage on record e Had Great Powers- A justice of the peace for the Maine woods addressing the judge as Most High was reprimanded and told that there was but one Most High He who had created the whole world out of nothing Well judge he answered you cre ated SI Sewell Justice of the peace and if that isnt making something out of nothing what Is Song of u Dakota Blizzard Ye that have steers prepare to shed them now On the election of Henry Addington to the chair of the House of Commons in 1789 the salary of the speaker was fixed at 6000 pounds 30000 per annum JAPANESE YELLOW PERIL UIOKI CALLS IT A MYTH ISLAND NATIONS EYES NOT OX PHILIPPINES Japan Stanos for Open Door and a Square Deal to All American Aid WelcomedJapan inclined to resent the re currence of allegations in the news papers of this country that she has designs upon the Philippines In an address before the members of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce lion Bid Illokl First Secretary of the Japanese Legation expressed in no uncertain terms what is believed to be a definite statement of the policy of the Mikado with reference to tho HON EKI IIIOKI Secretary of the Japanufao Embassy attitude of that nntlon In her futur industrial told commercial life Mi Illokl lays special emphasis upon till frank and authoritative disavowals of the frequentlyreported ambition of Japan to absorb the Philippine Island for her own people For the sake of argument said Mr Illokl laying aside entirely lo mooI tIe of Joplin regarding the present subject let me ask you a question Can you believe that this great Amer nationaltspirit In their gigantic strength ii- unnrtheir boundless wealth in their velous development and look forwar with proud and confident anticipation to the time when they shall be Ill first in the race civilization has se for man to run 1Yllllallow her flajg 1hilippinets belongs to her by any hands but ivers No most emphatically 110 That IIi- II the spirit with which you cling tio your new possessions In the Pacifl and that ought to be the spirit of tin people who respect honor and justice Would Mean Gigantic War And who can better undorstani1 that spirit of the Americans than the Japanese Therefore If Japan oar bored such a sinister design as is at trlbuted to her she must be prepara to plunge in a war far more gigantic than the one just ended against a im tion to which she owes much that she Is today and to whose people she owes that moral nod financial support so unreservedly given at the Most critical period in her history No the Philippines are not worui the sac rlflce of such a valuable friendship as that of America and the enormous losses in men and money which such a war would necessarily entail Nor is Japan in a position to curry on an other costly war but for self defense For Open Door in China The increased prestige of Japan turned the eyes of the world towan the problem of what influence Japan will wield over China Some people go so far as to assert that Japan will control China proclaim the Mon roe doctrine for Asia and drive out from the East all the white devils and exterminate the Western inllu eiices within its borders Without questioning either tin value of the principles contained in the socalled Monroe doctrine or its sitttatiolbat present I eau simply say an idea has not entered into the Japa notfseen oven symptoms For tlie maintenance of the integrity and independence of China Japan jollIed hands with Gteat Britain For securing equal opportunities in China Japan lent her eager efforts to the United Stalls to make the open door policy effectively operative Competition with America It is absurd continued Mr Illokl to say that in the course of a few years American goods will be crowded out of the Chinese market by Japa nese competition The main ground upon which rests this apprehension is that Japan has cheap labor at com nand Hut labor in Japan does not remain cheap The effect of the Chi naJapan war was to double the price of labor and too war with Rus sin must raise it much higher In spite of these disadvantages Japan must develop her commerce and Indus try and she will have to compote with fill the world friend or foe Her commercial war will bo fought just as fairly find squarely as the real war She asks no favor from China that is not granted to the enIre world She stands for the open door and in the words of your great President a square deal American Capital Welcomed Japan welcomes capital and mater ial from any country Tho United States is supplying materials for Im portant Japanese industries why can not she supply the capital Why can there not be a commercial alliance be tween Japan and the United States We are willing to divide a fair share of the profits wherever gained with any people The United States has been Is and will be JapansJ best customer Future of the Orient The future of the Orient is great and the greater it is the hotter for the world With peace guaranteed by the AngloJapanese alliance ami equal op portunities In Korea and China secured by that treaty as well as by the agreement of the policies of the three great Pacific powers Japan the United States and Great Britain an important era has dawned upon the Orient During the last quarter of It century all the great events of the world have transpired in the East For years to come the East will still be the center of the worlds great happenings BLACK WALNUT XUTMBGS Bishop Potter Was Sure That lie Was Tasting the Real Article The power of suggestion is no merely a phrase it really is a power It has the strength to deceive men In the matter of cigars wines whiskeys and what not It is a force in medicine as every doctor knows It is an agent In therapeutics The power of suggestion and the force of example arc intimately related But to Illustrate the pranks which suggestion may plajy with ones palate the following story 1Is told on Bishop Potter a reverend gentleman of ecclesiastic note and recent Subway Tavern fame In the course of his diocesan ram bles he called on an old friend from the South It was evening and the bishop was Invited to supper not dinner for as people of the South know the appropriate time for dinner is mid day and the meal after candlelight iiss supper One of the dishes served wass cottagecheese or as it Is more often called in the language of the olde- time smearcase This is often eatet under a plentiful dressing of cream and sugar The bishop elected to have a mess of smearcase but his ap afa flavor This was embarrassing ttc the hosts wife at the foot of the sup per table but she said to Aunt Dinah Dinahrbring the bishop some nutmeg Dar aint no nutmegs in de pantry whispered Aunt Dinah Well ask Mrs Tomlinson nex 1 door to lend me one t She aint got none She done uS de las she hayde in makin eggnog reported Aunt Dinah 1 Well then run down to Miss Bet nutmegtwith augmented vivacity and anima tion to make the time pass quickly til p that nutmeg should be brought Soar Aunt Dinah came in her black fac wreathed with triumphant smiles ant placed before the bishop the moss 01 smearcase generously sprlnklet with grated nutmeg Ah said the bishop speaking with that tone of complacent assurance coming from a consciousness of a per feet familiarity with his subject smacking his lips and beaming with a most beatific expression what n grateful flavor nutmeg does add to smearcase This is the paragon of the season The supper dishes cleared up and the bishop gone the hostess said to Aunt Dinah Be sure and get Miss Betsy another nutmeg at the store In the morning Lor Miss Miss Betsy didnt had no nutmeg I jes took a piece of black wal nut from de ole window sill what dat Yankee carpenter was rcpalrln and done grated It over de cheese u PRESERVING THE FORESTS FROM DESTRUCTION CRUSADE HEADED BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO PREVENT FOREST FAMINE AND FLOOD RAVAGE RICHARD HAMILTON BYRD I Reserving forests In the west from monopolization for private gain is a government policy with which the peo JIll have become somewhat familiar our national forest reserves amounting now to nearly sixty million micros but the idea of applying this principle to tho older forests lu the eastern states may be new to some people and yet- Is becoming a prominent one Noth hag is giving it popularity and import ance so much as the great interest manifested by the President in the subject nationaltreservations Appala chian forests in the White Mountains in Minnesota and In other eastern states entirely separate and apart from westtPresident Roosevelt Is an unit disci pie of forestry and tho great proml1 ncncc into which the subject has jumped may be unheated by the growth of the Bureau of Forestry Ifrol11 a small olIlce a few years ago employing half a dozen people to an Institution with annual appropriations lof half a millllon dollars employing hundreds of trained foresters in the l Held and having the supervision acv I teal and tentative of nearly a hundred million acres of forest If there ever was a national ques tion it is forestry and the people of the country are wise in waking up or fortunate in being wakened up to its I overshadowing importance before II 10011nI l done The largest of the proposed eastern forest reserves is that in the Southern Appalachian Mountains null that Its nationalsconcern was dwelt upon with emphasis by President Roosevelt in his ad dress at Raleigh N C on October 20 I He pointed out how vitally southern forests affect southern indus tries and thus the entire country The entire south the territory felst of the Mississippi and south oft the Ohio rivers is affected by this proposed reservation of some four o million mountain acres in which rise all the rivers which water this area The President saidI I I want to say a word to you on n special subject in which all the coun d try Is concerned but in which North Carolina has a special concern The i preservation of the forests is vital to the welfare of every country China anti tie Mediterranean countries offer I examples of the terrible effect of de t forestation upon the physical geogra upondthe national wellbeing of the nations One of the most obvious duties whichl lair generation owes to the generations tint are to conic after us Is to pre serve tic existing forests The prime itilTereiire between civilized tend tin iIvlllXd peoples Is that In civilized I FOREST DESTRUCTION ON THh APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN RIDGES today peoples each generation works not only for its own wellbeing but for the wellbeing of the generations yet un born and If we permit the natural resources of this land to be destroyed so that we hand over to our children a heritage diminished In value we there by prove our unfitness to stand In tho forefront of civilized peoples Forest Wealth a Great Heritage One of the greatest of these heri tages is our forest wealth It Is the upper altitudes of the forested mountains that are most valuable to the nation as a whole especially because of their effects upon the water supply Neither state or nation can afford to turn these mountains over to the un restrained greed of those who would exploit them at the expense of the future We cannot afford to wait longer before assuming control In the Interest of the public of these forests for if we do wait the vested Interests of private parties III theta may become so strongly Intrenched tint It nay be a most expensive task to oust them If the Eastern States are wise then from the IJay of Fumly to ttin Culf we will see within the next few years a policy u Copyrighted It I liuntt- CILIRACTEIIISTIC Al TIT DE OF THE PRESIDENT IX NORTH CARO LISA ADDRESS set on foot similar to that so fortu nately carried out In the high Sierras of the west by the national govern limit All the higher Applachians should be reserved either by the preforthattional control but it is a mere truism to say that they will not be reserved ilther by the states or by the nation unless you people of the South show a strong Interest therein Woulo Prevent Floods ar d Create Water Power payingiuvestuieutmany Interests but In dollars lad cents to the government The importance to the souinern people of protecting the southern mountain for ests Is obvious Those forests are the best defense against the floods which in the recent past have during a single twelfthmonth destroyed property ollicially valued at nearly twice what it would crust to buy the Southern Appalachian reserve The maintenance of your southern water powers is not less important than the prevention of floods because if they are injured your manufactur ing Interests will suffer with them Uue perpetuation of your forests which have done so much for the South should Ie one of the first ob jects of your public uncle The two senators from North Carolina have taken an honorable part In this move ment Hut I do not think that the people of North Carolina or of any other southern state have quite grasped the importance of this movement to the commercial development and prosperity of the south The Presidents Message to Congress The special message sent to Congress by the President on the Southern Appalachian Reserve reads like a story It touches upon the interest in the subject of the scientists and time lumberman of the geologist and tho farmer the meteorologist and the fruit grower tho business man and time engineer and the steamship pilot mid the homeseeker The President transmits with his message a report of the Secretary of Agriculture prepared In collaboration with the De partment of the Interior upon the theSouthernon its agricultural situation as affect ed partThe pre I investigatlonCongressIts InthenutlollulfoilfltSouthern States The facts set forth itnportnucetoto that of the nation as a whole and BULLDOCSUSPENDERS00 c nU trtrrwhen Will Outwear Three Ordinary Klndi Made In LI huedlirar Yclphii far JUn tad Youth hura length lame price With more faille warranted non rutiup metal pane and absolutely unbreakable eoft plUbl null Door leather endi they arc THE REST SUSPENDER MADEPOSITIVELY upply you we will poiluald lor 50 cent HEW ES d1 POTTER LrpntsupenderandSill lalrln10 lb world I Si tillCOtN ST BOSTON MAB8 ylaul e Booklet Dreaj foIL4 Supender Stylet tn on nqua 1 r k t J2 JYFrri JIi brf 11 i J I I t I I 1 I f I i t 1 t lt j rh4 f Ij 11 f ftt iJ J f t l J l I i 1 i i Jj tI I vj f s vYi f I V f I y 3 f 1 i- Y 1 they point to the necessity of protect ing through wise use a mountain re glon whose iulluenco flows far bcyon its borders with the waters of thie rivers to which It gives rise Among the elevations of the caster half of the United States the South ern Appalachians are of paramount In terest for geographic hydrographic and forest reasons and as a conse qucncc for economic reasons as well These great mountains are old In the history of the continent which hass grown up about them The hardwood forests were horn on their slope and have spread thence over the eastern half of the continent More than once In tue remote geologic past they have disappeared before the sea on the east south and west anti before the Ice on the north but here in this Southern Appalachian region they have lived on to the present tiny Under the varying conditions of soil elevation and climate many of the Appalachian tree species have de veloped Hence It Is that In this re gion occur that marvelous variety and richness of plant rovth which have led our ablest business meta and scientists to ask for Its preservation by the Government for the advancement of science and for the Instruction and pleasure of the people of our own and of future generations The conclusions of the Secretary of Agriculture Lire summarized as fol lows In his report The Southern Appalachian region DEBRIS FROM NOLICIIUCKY RIVER 1001 mass of of farmhouses cattle and several human covered Oocn fnnn land Erwin The elJ region ontwl an heavy rainfall Tho the forests on the will tho damage embraces the highest peaks and largest mountain masses east of the Ilockles It Is the great physiographic feature of the eastern half of the con tinent and no other such lofty talus are covered with hardwood forests in all North America Upon these descends the heaviest rainfall of the United States except that of the North Pacific Coast It Is often of extreme violence as much as Inches having fallen hi eleven hours 31 Inches In one month and 10o Inches in year Waste of Farm Soil The soil once denuded of Its for ests anti swept by torrential rains rapidly loHts first Its humus then Its rich upper strata and finally Is washed In enormous into the bury such of Ithe fertiii lowlands nst are not by the tlnodg to obstruct the rivers anti to 1111 up the harbors on the const More good tail in now washed from these mountainHide field during single heavy rain than during ceutu rire under forest cover Tine rivers which in the Southern Appalachian flow or along the tips of State from Ohio to the gulf from the Atlan tie to the Miasiftslppl Along their courws ure agricultural waterpower and navigation interests whose preser vation absolutelly essential to the welllulng of the nation The regula lion of the flow of these rivers can be iiopoTiiiilished by the conserva tion of the forests These are the heaviest and most beautiful forests of ON APP continent In them species from east and west from north and south mingle In growth of unparalleled richness and variety They contain many npocles of the first commercial value and furnish important supplies which till not bo obtained from other region A Self Supporting Scheme Maintained In productive condition they will supply indispensable materi als which must full without them Their management under practical and forestry will sustain and In iErase the resources of this region IIld of tho nation ut large will nerve its object loson In the ndvuntngeii and practicability of forest prison ation by use and wilt soon he sclf supporting from three sale of tim her The agricultural resources of tho Southern Appalachian region must be protected and preserved To that eiyl the preservation of the forests Is an Indispensable condition which will lead not to the reduction but to the Increase of the yield of agricultural I products We are Losing Millions of Dollars Annually The floods In these mountainborn streams If this forest destruction continues will Increase In frequency I and violence and In the extent of their damages both within this region ant- II across the bordering States The ex tent of these damages like those from the washing of the mountain fields awl roads can nut be estimated wJth perfect accuracy but during the pres cut year alone the total has approxi mated 10000000 a sum suflleient to lleomml1U1el1l1or twenty million Hut this loss cnn not be estimated in money value alone Its continuance means the early destruction of conditions most valuable to the nation and which net ther skill nor wealth can restore The preservation of the forests of the streams and of the agricultural interests hero described can be sue accomplished only by the purchase and creation of a National 1orest Reserve The States of the Southern Appalachian region own lit tic or no land and their revenues are inadequate to carry out this plany FLOODS ON MAY 21 a This consisted the wreck furniture bridges probably bodies and of fertile near Tenn SouthernelJAppalachian is h exceedingly mountain slopes minimize flood moan mountains S a Vast volume streams to eroded cleared a originate into every anti is only hardwood the a r nwrvatlve ui invaluable iI dollars I cessfully s Federal action Is obviously necessary Is fully justified by reasons of public necessity and may be expected to re8ultsIIh I have most fortunate With these conclusions I fully and I heartily commend this neasuret to the favorable consideration of CongressTHEODORE ROOSEVELT t White House Dec 10 1001l This will bo followed next week by an other article mi the firtst land and Irriga lEIl1turt Chile Con CarnefiWhat Iis chile eon carne Every citizen of the Southwest knows it well 1 but perhaps there are residents of the t Northern belt of the country who are i probably quite unfamiliar with i toothsome dish yet one which should be especially acceptable to the people of the northland Chile con carne a Spanish term translated literally means chile red jKppers with Went Properly pro lpnrlll It is stimulating warming and extremely grateful to a cold hun gry stomach From one of our Mexi can ambassadors comes the following method for preparation recipe direct front a fatuous cook in the capital of our sister republic to the South Cover two pounds of tender beef with water push the kettle back on the stbve where it will barely sim mer until time meat is in shreds Then add six large red sweet peppers seeded and cut into long narrow strips ofa TIlE Old TOP Grandfather OF TilE ADACIIIASII any this and and garlic anti n large cupful of ripe toma toes chopped Cover nnd simmer until the vegetables are thoroughly done Salt to taste Too Much For human Belief plncebutwould eulogize everything that was brought to tho table Try some of this ho would say It is some of my own raising or this Is some of our own milk and that lottuce Is from tho coldframe you saw or these peas are from vines I planted just four weeks ago today All of this was endured quite patiently until the host remarked Now try some of this chicken I raised it myself No no I can never believe that said the visitor Youve only been here a little over two years IBVIXG AND BOOTH Great Actors Who Sought to Elevate the Drama Englands tribute to Henry Irving was worthy of his great powers ands grcat performances It was recalled too with appropriate feelings that he had monde great sacrifices for his high ideals Hespent large sums- n an effort to keep his London thea ter up to a lofty standard but the times would not sustain him and in his old age he was forced to take to SIR HENRY IRVING the road again and even to present plays of only medium merit unwor thy of his gifts to keep his head above water Music hall jingle and horse play cheap but stirring melo drama and problem plays foul with smut had overthrown In his own cap ital the first actor of his day Our own Edwin Booth we should all remember trod this same hard road After he had reached the top with us and was rich he established and sought to maintain a temple where the drama in its best estate could be enjoyed by all who held the playhouse in veneration and affection The structure was the finest of Its kind in New York and beautifully furnished He opened it himself with supporting company of unusual ex For n time a time all to- orieflie prospered Ills tin was filled very night and praise of his enterprise and devotion to art was general und generous But he could not hold the public to is splendid endeavor Taste under went a change What has since come IKJ known as the commercialization of the theatre set In and in time Booths venture failed The shows triumphed and the temple devoted to real dramatic art was razed to make for n business block Stripped- of his fortune Booth as more recently Irving had to return to the road ind resume the habits of a wanderer He prospered of course but never ns friends believed recovered from this blow to his professional hopes The subject is much discussed and interesting things are said on either side But however the public J may feel it is to the glory of these two great actors that they resisted with all their means and influence what they conceived to be the decay J LAST PLACE IN ABBEY remains of tho actor rest tho grave of Oarriclt close to of if taste in the line of their endeavor mud stood up to the end for the best nd presented It with undiscouraged eat tend strength l1lI Pay of Russian Officialdom Those who keep track of affairs in lussla mjte the prominence of the gaud Dukes These gentlemen of the people enjoy a sinecure unlike any ither on earth There are over fifty if them and each is possessed of an innual income or salary of 2000000 ill combined imposing a burden of 5100000000 a year on the Russian peo pie as members or offshoots 6f the Royal Family Their property like that of the Czar amounting to a vast mm Is untaxed The question may welt suggest itself why should Russia want to borrow war funds in when she has her Grand Dukes un tappedand even untaxed There is n chance now on the part of these titled mendicants to display a little patriot ism opening their cash boxes One of them it is true went to the front In the Japanese War but made such It mess of that he was called home in disgrace Everything Ready Uncle John whose death was hourly expected was asked by his weeping wife if ho couldnt take a little nourishment He sniffed the air and said Mary dont I smell ham cooking I think I could enjoy a few slices Oh no John she answered that you know is How long does it take to fight a duel Two seconds You Cant Expect Long Lifea- nd Prosperity If you persist in drugging your body to cover up aches and ails You feel bad then try to smother your feelings natures warnings With tobacco whiskey or coffee The most dangerous friends one can mix with They cajole and then kill 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lie wears n flowIiiR patriarchal beard and hair to match and is himself a student and n poet by nature I settled myself In my chair with an up l preclatlre nod nlld John Bennett began what is truly a most remarkable story I am the oldest graduate of Yale in California he said and I think It was this that brought to the ranch n party of scientists from my old university I nni not at liberty to name them for they are coming again to try another experiment And until that has been made the whole thing is a secret of thcirslt will not do any harm to tell as much as I intend to how ever They brought with them n dirigible bal loon and coiitltled that they were going to make an ascent nnd study the topography of the Sierras so as to be able to make au accurate map of the entire range It didnt turn out that way however as you will sec 4In a sort of superficial way I have al ways been interested in aerostatics and kindred sciences and when they naked me JJ compnnlIonI I f made camp They took their machine out and began the work of nssscmbllng the I parts nnd I wont to say here that it was as i complete a thing as ever man made There J was everything calculated to make the trip II success and every appliance to prevent ac cident Its pretty cold up on top of the range above timber line and arrangements i had been made to prevent this condition I trom retarding the experiments The ear J of the baUoon was made of Isinglass orcr a I frame of aluminum It was entirely enclosed and was heated from an electric motor which also propelled the machine Hydrogen gas wns used as the lifting power supplemented by another motor and oxygen was manufactured and supplied to the occupants of the car when the atmos phere became too rarldcd for comfortable breathing Provisions were stored for theI party enough to last six men a week and when the ascension was made it seemed that not a thing had been overlooked All sorts of anemometers barometers and thermometers were taken along and everything necessary for the proper study of the con ditions that might confront the party after leaving the earth It was a sparkling morning when the signal was given and we arose with a topstfi that sight as I gazed through the sides and bottom of the transparent car So bright I 1 todrawI Werelooking dronsfromatmosphere had become so rarefied that theoxygen tank wes opened Into the car and the heating motor was started Far oft vallcslnndever experience of 3ilaking nil nsccnsiou to n height nuon1I the sea of more two miles Straight upward we soared nnd within an hour dlscomtort earth was now n broad expanse beneath us eonolutlonshatena distance and the ocean had become the landOne of the party low ered thormomotpr through the floor and bulbshowing IIItorspecialrinstrumont camebaekrnrlfiedatlllosplwro thermometerswhlcbwn9Innottierouteratmosphereto more DySbecome ndlmand calculaUolll sbowed that we were more than sixty miles above Its sur face The thought staggered me but on we kept the scientists exulting nt such wonderful progress Constant observations were being made of every condition and all were jotted down for future reference nnd still onward and upward we soared for another hour At the end of the hour I noticed n remarkable thing nnd called the attention of one of my companions to It Hitherto the earth had as I have said been a blue gray blot beneath us It now appeared part blue and part pale graythe latter color being toward the west and as I interested my other fellow travelers In the sight the western portion of the colored map was IlortlJhdlmlniillcetcould account for the phenomenon The en tire Held of our vision was changing until now It seemed that a portion of old familiar blue remained the pate thejI J I IWLO JtMP FEETIhaving absorbed Then ns suddenly as had come the other change there crept in from the east a dark blue shadow that rapI Idly swept across the plain beneath changing the color again to Its own while the former colors moved away Thor were no definite objects In sight only Ui monotonous dark blue that soon covered the entire field below us Not understanding the cause of tb eXlrclsedbti dition concluded to descend nnd according IllrlOseHUlldlplain below bf to assume n definiteI form It changed Its color from blue to blue und gruin wita iicre and there a dazzling TIlE CONTINENT OF NORTH AMERICA FILLED THE DOME OP THE SKY I t than baze third only I spot that Indicated Water yet even then the territory was wholly unfamiliar to any of even to me who know the inniin tains ns you do your own borne The bal loon under the guidance of the practised c hand of the operator descended rapidlyTtoward a plain but of course you mlllnr enough with aerostatics to know that the sensation Is that of being station cry while the earth does the moving In thefnlr all seems moving except the Itself Well within an hour we had fallen toward the earth In nn entirely strange glon Not a thing was famllllnr and we bad evidently passed beyond the mountains and were above a broad plainthTmmpdlntelv nonwith now was n per fectly circular disc of variegated colors I phereseemed very small In comparison with the Do surrounding bine ocean and wo could none I of us it The balloon now fell pie n rle hnpIllnlt1of the car I almost fell over with aston ishment and could scarcely get my vu IlnRMII tlio ntlirrs 001 1 v I did they were amazed ns I for direc above us floated a tremendous globe wh tvo Instantly recognized a map of continent of North America It covered almost the entire sky and seemed t few miles distant while beneath usbulras what certainly was another earth asI Good gracious exclaimed our lead dlscocryfother world and are falling onto It That globe off there is the earth and we have lost It and are about to land on another planetI I confess that his explanation dill plainerIl to be many nebulous bodies afloat outside i i J SEVENTY I it at us re us understand to to ns ns the atmosphere of the earth a fact that nil scientists accept Some of these bodies are belingtqiligeoreredbypuzzleLuoxplanation hasercathatthingshaveselentistshundredenearestlJjelt moondIstantyou not understand that no astronomer totoIISdistant piies askedhimseen with the naked eye hecnnsethisIn1I1l1melerI color earths nearly Identical with that of the I notlNI1I conld not be seen at any time It is a cant1101themt ourselves to this one anti soon shall continei and see what there is to see landII An aneroid barometer wns thenMivnli the trap In the floor In 1IIIIIT I 0foascertain the pressure of the atmosphere j I before we dared to open the car and steonto the little world we had discoveredr The planet was growing lanrer every mo tbnnashowed that the pressure wns dcliin LLb 1 nbouteqllilledearth so we were safe to land thoI anemometer attached to the car nt thisItime showed nn entire lack of breeze and tbeNebuln thedlupon sudl1enlyIlrOllOllnn Jil I norI of the tiny world for such n little thing could not bo IeofI i IIe thntfurtlllrt I dare rII sotitlllrlnrlSUIIFOilInt 1111IIonllerIivear door nnrtbetrun to climb down rOMwhlel1IINeOerel1 It There prophecy ercrywhereanlliaTying the anchor ropemngniflcentfoaboutdot n bowlIowe began n survey of our worldIcanut first of all theearllt to It was w before I thanwordsthoentire tofItIlacsas wo bay aIn huschoolrooms I could locate SanFrancisco mapnndas well If I an ntronollsttJpUnited mI Chicago andI fa l1t1ropINewYork wallnot15No1 thartynoseleedat near liteIInrlII felt wonderfully elated In mind and body nnd ran lightly mhestdrankhewide anti ns far as we could see from where we stood there was no narrower rtaneledthough I nm I took a few stops back ward and then ran toward the bank and sprang Into the air I soared through that air like n hr l ail landed nt lleast twenty yards beyond e farther bank My companions T 1111nlltlJteel Dokedeals of almost unceasing laughter For hey understood the reason before I did fNons all the others have been and fol Theius much less than asitsbeenj orito jump seventy or eighty feet the lULU cult being to kcup uii lue ground ut all wondirluglUrawuto ofI1esireasonUcocal baylugto repel the advances of the earth toward jn union but not enough to Orlve the lIt tie follow altogether away from a withInho could not pass My companions cull d me bark as they wanted In niuke some Casil3InOrORD 11IAIly nr01ID1lchItturned11ci i i 31our11 anhourartiieverywns of the greatest Importance since we would have to time our departure ne curately In order to land where we wanted to If we allowed oar balloon to ascend nt the wrong time it was jUtas likely that we should find ourselves justnaAtuerlrter11 I ourkingloni myself suppOlemnnythulsearth And I proved It I pointed out to the others n clump of trees about n mile away and then asking them to time me started My work surprised me be yond expectations for I leaped Into the air about thirty feet at each bound alighted easily some sixty feet beyond and took another bound as simply ns If on the earth yet with nn ease that gave me nut the slightest weariness I ran back nnd found that I had made the two miles In a fraction under three minutes At that rate said I I can run around this ball nt the rate of fortyfive mills nn hour anti If your ralculntloux ore correct and it Is eight miles In di ameter It must be nliout twentylive miles In circumference I cnn therefore If I dont pet winded circle It In less than forty minutes and Im going to do It Two of the party volunteered to ac company me and off we started at n good clip the stol watches being out at the word Go None or us seeraea to mind the exertion if floating lightly in the air can be called exertion nail we ran along through the forests nut across the greybictttslacken our pace but there ap peared before us a deep gnlley at the bottom of which wns a stream lien we came to a standstill The gulch was quite fifty feet deep nnd nearly n hundred wide nt the top and as far ns we could see there was no better crossing In sight Elated at our work and feeling certain we could make the Everybound Preloiisof the arroya we sprang Into the air Use SOARING OVER SNOWY PEAKS I birds and landed on the opposite side fully ten feet beyond the edge After this the going was simple and we made the trip safely having circumambulated the globe in thirtyseven minutes I am not going to tire you with all the details of t1 stay on NIlqI Lit thereIi rum wns Just rounding the edge of the nndrpornry farewell to our little world for- ew all fully determined that this should not be our only trip there The Journey ack was the reverse of the conditions coming away from borne and by op erniiup the powerful machinery we were enabled to make our landing within n very short distance of the spot we had left hilt little more than half a day before Hut It was moonlight and tin night was beautiful In the mountains We camped where we leached nail came down to the ranch next morning He stopped abruptly anti rellchted his continueI11 think It the most remarkable tale I like to look at rClllellI and rose quickly Come along then he said loadIng me Wllr- Into the parrot we went where he dug tlIIIINIIlplIllhon the east side Swinging It Into n psl lion fid degrees lie peered carefully Into then adjusted It again screwed It tightly onto a swivel and bade ine take careful look I was more than amazed r before mo In the heavens was a globe f dim light upon which I could with re trace and outlines of what seemed be mOlt and water For hut n moment looked anti then he took the Instrument away from me and turned It from the lit tie planet Now find It be commanded I tried with all my might to locate it starsdbeendiscovered thingsIA Few lterthotlghts effectllnllydlsptlsthe The cough lozenge men Is glad that time uncomfortable hut weather Is over soletherCOIIIIlfJllenetho nrrestedforcoffee should have used some coffee instead tr therhetsays one eal n day Is enough for the average tuna at W A prices stngeOf furtheran I J I TRY THIS EXPERIMENT Why a Redhot Poker Does Not Hiss in Boiling Water If a rod hot poker be thrust into cold water It hisses ami putters If Into boiling water there is no commotion WIn In the first experiment cold water comes In contact with the hot Iron there Is a sudden and explosive generation of steam which causes the liquid to be scattered with a hissing bUtstingorWhen on the other hand a poker Is thrust Into boiling water which Is already freely giving forth steam the introduction of the hot Iron by still productionisurrounded by a sheath of vapor which effectually prevents the waterfront coming Into actual contact with the metal comparativelylittle heat passes from the Iron to the water There Is no commotion and the poker can be withdrawn still glowing brightly THEJUGGLIXG OF FATE A number of years ago Amos Rusie the famous pitcher of the New York Club of the National Base Ball League occupied the lime light of public at performance At that time he received a salary of 5000 a year For some little India cretions he was disciplined by the club management and rather than talc the punishment he retired from base ball for a year or two when he got back Into the harness again his cunning as a pitcher had deserted him For a time be drifted around without occupation but later received employ ment as a lumber hand with a com pensation of 150 a day It is now announced that he has been successful in obtaining a position in Cairo 111 where he will receive 4 a day e Americans art the heaviest meat eat irs III the winIll This appetite Iis said to he an inheritance from the hunting and Hsliing stage of the countrys life The annual Income of the Emperor of Japan is SLTiiOOOO Ills official al lowance Is 1500000 lIe has an in come of notiliOO from tIme 10000000 granted him out of the Chinese war In demnity SUnoOOO from his private es tates 500000 front the forests of the empire Illustratedby byErnest ErnestHaskell The FREELADIES THIS Handsome Fur Scarf GIVEN AWAY youfreebuytinI once send you th- 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rcmarlxtblc first look of brrodthrorrled COvV ucBIVCrVittJZy iji 11 otV ctTheretSrifrcs1or o paakin7studjN 4409 J ccfP DOUBLEDAY PAGE CO oii O 133137 East 16th St New York CA rb Y +S r 0ti j 4 1i kL i K nrA- Mrrr0 Fc 7- t JI IJ I T 0 r IV 1fJ i o a t i I 4 i t j w i 0 1 Id ii i L I 11 1 t 1 A GREAT- CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW GU1 1ELLIOTT MITCHELL If Perhaps nowhere In the world can one lliid such a varied and inaguill tent collection of chrysanthemums as may be seen every autumn nt the Nations Capitol The chrysanthemum Bows of Washington lucre become a fixed Institution so that societydiplo matic circles as well look forward In terestedly for the opening of the gov ernment hothouses which display the finest of Incle Sams experiments In Ibis branch of flower growing TilE TWO STAR CHRYSANTHEMUMS do Mrs RoosoveltA Inches and tho Beatrice lII1YIA Dazzling White Bali The annual chrysanthemum show of the Department of Agriculture un der the auspices of the bureau of plant industry of which Dr B T Galloway is chief has Just been held in the new greenhouses of the depart ment The building was one mass of bloom with its several thousand of plants representing about 10 duff erect varieties Many of those are the product of the governments gardeners artificial I 1011 lII a lion and crossbreeding valuable varieties bringing about most startling results This year the most successful of the de partments efforts Is a magnificent yellow flower fully ten in diame ter The petals are extremely heavy well shaped and nil in all the bloom is a huge ball of molten gold The flower Is not merely one for show florists who have seen It declare that it is of much commercial value The Mrs Roosevelt Chrysanthemum Secretarv Wilson wns FO pleased with this Seedling of 10UV that lie authorized It named Mrs Roosevelt In honor of the tlrst lady of the land But the departments experiments along the line of chrysanthemum crossing are not always a success Last spring efforts were made to cross two VII r141lP1Ir7at ant Lieu tenantColonel Du Crolssetthe lar Best of the white and yellow hinds with the hope of producing a combina tion of value When the ilower of the new plant unfolded Itself It presented an uglyI moss of brown red yellow and white and of hilt ordinary size It had gone back Other hybrldshavo a tendency to go back to single petal varieties and to distinctly different color from the parents And yet each year the efforts of the government bytheyobtaining a chrysanthemum of rare beauty and shape Good Crafting A plant at the Departments show this year which attracted more than usual attention was a specimen about four feet tall on which grew eighteen different and distinct varieties some white some yellow while others were pink brown and red This was ob tained by grafting stems from valuable sorts oil a good stock The first chrysanthemum known to florists was yellow and was grown In lillIan It was carried over to China and from that country rapidly spread all over the world The passing years however wrought wonders nUll the chrysanthemum the autumn queen Yellow Beauty 10 Across Indies now claims the whole world as Its home Many of the present generation can remember Low but a comparatively few years ago the only chry santhemums exhibited were to be found In the show windows of for I wreISkim Milk Ied Calves at Supper I i I Slim Milk Fed Carcases 1il dollars for a single blossom Now however when plant experts have simplified the art of cultivating the flower such prices would shock oven the most extravagant minded Practical Farm Experiments i Of the various publications of theii Department of Agriculture the most a useful and probably the most popular Is a farmers bulletin issued thc or six times a year on experiment station work Practical Farm Experiments would probably be a comprehensive title for these bulletins as each pamphlet of about 30 pages is com posed of a dozen or fifteen short de scriptions of practical farm matters the outcome of the experiments nud tests of the various government ex periment stations all over the country j Their value lies largely In the fact that each article is only a couple of pages in length mill it can be picked up and read through at odd moments j whereas when a farmer receives a layItIhe has more time laid as time is usually pressing on time farm It is likely never to get road at mill Farmers Hulktin Xo 233 Is the last Issue of these bulletins und Its III the stories are decidedly interesting Information given on the root system of Held crops will be a surprise to probably even some of the best informed farmers An illustration Is shown of corn roots as they occupy the ground in the corn rows It shows a myriad of small rootlets entirely encompassing the ground in every direction for a depth of almost four feet The root systems of various other n plants are described Wheat roots oc 1 cupy the ground to a depth of four It I feet Flax roots go down three and tour feet Grass roots four to six feet Ited clover completely occupies the upper three feet of soil Crimson clover roots in a single year grow three feet Alfalfa roots go to the enormous depth of twenty to thirty feet All of which may give some farmers new ideas us to cultivation which breaks the rootof plants and the distance at which to plant When lute potato hills are three feet apart each way the soil is very fully occu pled by the roots to a depth of three feet Each potato loll therefore oc cupies twentyseven cubit feet of soli Salt Not Needed For Asparagus Another sort article is on the Prop er Fertilizers for Asparagus Althongn salt has been considered a timehon ored necessity for this crop it has been found that asparagus will yield as well without as with it except for the fact that the salt prevents the growth of weeds Growing Mushrooms for Home Use is another short article and Onion Culture covers another Another short article gives the remarkable re suits of forcing early rhubarb with ether Raising Calves on Skim Milk sup plemented of course by grain is an Instructive little article covering the results of experiments in this line in the government stations In Iowa Ida ho Kansas Nebraska and Utah En tire success has been had with th skim milk diet and the practice is considered even more desirable by some authorities than allowing tile youngsters to have natural milk Other topics discussed are Noodles t product prepared by Europpit housewives and some manufacturers from flour with the addition of a cer lain amount of eggs and wilt the lough being rolhd Into sheets mind cut into strips or fanciful shapes Condition Powders and Special Stimulating uds for Fowls and arm Animals the Relative Cost of Producing Meat from the Beef Type end rile roily Type of Cattle the Use of Animal lood for Young Ducks showing the all of ducklings on rations contain lug different proportions of animal food1 the Bad Effect of Using Milk from Diseased Cows and the Production of Cider Vinegar applicaUonJl member of con ress or to Secre ary James Wilson at Washington Coflcc For the Army The yearly contract for supplying offee for the United States Army Is about to be let by the Quartermaster General und the Department of Ag Icuiture has been called upon to de Ide which brand shall be purchased This test was made under the super ision of Dr Wiley Chief of the I5u juryfand can tell good entice fl bad by flavor and by the odor with the pot at uobably a hundred yards distant The Jury assembled In Dr Wileys otilce where the bureau cook had prepared everal small lots of coffee from the samples submitted They were tested ay the jury from cups and spoons after the test the jury was dismissed ml the members each wrote a sop rate report giving his views of the Jltee mind stating which of the sans Its he considered the best These rele placed in sealed envelopes and out to Dr Wiley who opened them ml submitted the finding to the Quar ermastor General Dr Wiley also onstituted part of the Jurymt fore 111111 as It lIltO ascertain whether mis findings and judgment of the qual ty of the coffee coincided wits those If the others Caj Duller The Icecream maker scans about to give way to an In lantaneous butter maker This is lawn capable of making butter in sixty seconds The machine is so andy that it might very well be ilaced on the tea table as an acces sort to the cups and teapot and yet tot look out of place All that is lecoRRnry Is tonirnwn the cream with anylinetemperature of 00 degrees I Empire Churn reports Consul Lle feld of Freiburg Baden does not even need a special vessel for holding the cream The cream is placed in the vessel BO that the dasher Is In the center and about 1 12 Inches below the surface The handle Is then turned slowly for a few seconds and Wen at a good speed and within one minute butter is formed Then some ALFALFA TWO YEARS OLD fresh cold water is poured In and the handle turned slowly two or three times when the butter Is ready for ivasblng salting and eating OLD AGE PENSION Much Attention Given In France to the Care of the Indigent France evidently does not believe that the 91d should be chloroformed and put out of the way for according to ofllcial reports received from United States officials located at Paris that government has a system of pension ing for the aged For more than century the French government has been experimenting with schemes forgiving an annuity to the old not how ever with entire success At the present time deposits are re ceived from any person regardless of ago but the amount may not exceed 500 francs 0050 in the course of year An count may be opened for a child of three years of age married woman may deposit money without her husbands consent At any age between fifty and sixtyfive or earlier In case of permanent disability to work the depositor may claim his nn nutty which is calculated according to CHRYSANTHEMUM WEALTH IN TilE GOVERNMENT GREENIIOLSE a t Minute instantaneous a I a a a time mount of his deposit and Interest and the probabllltliM life but tb annuity WilY not exceed 1200 francs S231CO In rural districts the tnx gatherer Is empowered to receive deposits and In unary factories r certain percentage is deducted from the wages nnd paid to the Calsso in the workmans name A branch of the Calsse mummy be founded In nay town or village with the per mission of the prefect of the depart ment and there are about 2J500 of such brnches with nearly 340000 de positor There nre severalI large Institutions for the are of the Indigent aged Some of these arc free and L others a small charge 3 uadc for board and lodging At Issy near Paris is an institution for widowers widows cr married couples of whom both are over slxt five years of age and who have en married at least fifteen years There are many small institutions founded by private for old olllclnls at sonic of which the charge A FAMILY OF EDIBLE MUSHROOMS I Fahren persons is as high as zou a year Some r llgious orders still shelter a few aged 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open town In old days nUll every hotel and bar UH little faro game and rotilotti el and stud poker game said II who was there Our pnrly was Ing at the Inter Ocean hotel A loose jointed Missoiiriun umhlti ne night and buttes into the poker ic There were two or three card ps at the table awl every citizen led his shooting Iron This lung ourlan looked rather easy but be he had been playing wt hour hI 1500 to the good John Chime rletor of the hotel became inter d and watched the gauge In a few nents he saw the Missourian turn a k that was nut strictly according Hoylc and he called the Miasoiirlan side Now see here said Chase I want warn you Youd bet ler be pretty etui Those follows are all profe s aal gamblers and are armed to the th You dont scent to realize what Ire doing Say replied the long Missoiiriun h a look of childlike innocence are y cheating inoSun Francisco ronlclc entlon Hotter Than Cure SC days when most medical ire on the still hunt for mlracu s cures specifics In one or other m it is easy to lose sight of at ist to fail to give sufficient attention the matter of the cause or causes disease and of the means of proven n as well as of the really scientific cause so often simple measures cal ilated so to help nature as to enable r to successfully perform a cure We all remember how the profession insacked the entire earth for some edlbament that should cure scare No better illustration of what good d Dr Oliver Wendell Holmes de arcel to be shameful to the profession told be given than the various treatments for scurvy till some thoughtful lymau discovered the true cause ol ie disease to be lack of vegetable od A rational supply of vegetables r fruit and fruit juices and a dlinin hed ration of salt meat sufficed to ender all the armies navies and camp IweUMs of the world immune Icaan Culture Sllxrlnn Convict Some Interesting phases of Siberian ife are described In Samuel Turners ook on that country Of the exiles he vrllcs When I told a Siberian friend lint I carried a revolver as U protec tion against wolves I was promptly In formed that I had much more reason to fear the human wolves I might en CO ata jr andI this I found was a gen eraiflewI of the case About onethird of the criminal exiles escape all control Armed with a stick to which Is attached a strong piece of cord or cat gut they will approach the unwary traveler from behind throw the cord round his neck and quietly strangle him by twisting the stick to rob him at their leisure of whatever ho may possess or secure his passport in order to make their escape from the couu try A Siberian Wonder The scientists have for years been perplexed over the wonderful frozen well at Yakutsk Siberia As long ago- as 1828 it was announced that the ground was frozen to an abnormal depth at the place referred to In the summer of 1820 a Russian merchant set a gang of men to the task of ascer taining the depth of the frozen stratum They gave up the job after digging some thirty feet in solidly frozen ground The Russian Academy of Sciences took the matter In hand and be tween 1838 and 1814 dug to a depth of 382 feet and then abandoned the shaft because the earth was still frozen as hard as a rock Natural cold could never penetrate to such a depth and the phenomenon is still unexplained livery ounce of food yon eat that fails to aigest does a pound of harm It ionifs the entire meal into poison- n s not only deprives the blood oi the necessary tissuebuilding material but it poisons itKodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect digestant It digests the food regardless of the condition of the stomach It allows that organ to rest find get strong again Relieves Belching Heart Burn l3our Stomach Indigestion Palpitation of the Heart etc Sold by all Drngclsts Two Urltllllaive Picture In the atelier of Adolph William Bou guereau the great French painter there hung two terrible pictures One renres6fvd a man dying In the desert j T tth tbffrightful form of the angel of death descending upon him The other depicted Dante and Virgil In hell watching one victim madly gnawing aft the throat of another The two pic iloes failed because of their horror If rad stuck to such subjects us those fine artist used to say I should have starved long ago He found a market for the beautiful Favored by both Parties Republicans and Democrats aliKe praise Foleys Honey and Tar fo coughs colds and all throat and lung diseaSes as no other remedy can com pare with it It is safe ana sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main St Gloucester Mass writes Foleys Honey and Tar cured me of a very bad cough which I had for three months though other remedies failed hY to benefit me I can highly recom P3nd and colds For sate iOUghS I Pngnnlnl tnb The characteristicI sjood n iture of Puganini the celebrated Hal an violin 1st Iis well Illustratedt I by till tolliwlui anecdote One tiny while In Vicluna lie hired a cab to take him from the hall where he had added one more to his long list of triumphs to ills lodging When Iaganlnl awoke the next morn lug he found the cabman waiting for an interview lie In fact burst Into Faguuiuitf private upurtriietit What do you want Excellency I conic to solicit a fa vor of youa very great favor I an father of four children and have tthe honor to be your fellow countryman You are wealthy your fame Is un equaled nail if you please you eau make my fortune What do you mean Well authorize me to write In Jaw letters at the back of my vehicle toes two words Tagaiilnls Cab The musician consented says Olgi Racstcr in an Interesting volume en titled Chills on Violins and six months afterward the cabman was enjoying a comfortable Income solely do rived front Pugunlnrs cub llata unit ILIgging Each of the three musts of nil but very small vessels consists of U num ber of sticks one above another The heel of the topmast comes a little below the head of the lower mast and Is secured by a cap a sort of iron band and a bar called a lid Above the topmast comes tho topgal taut mast aud above that the royal mastThe running rigging consists of ropes used In handling the yards and sails and every rope has a dlstlngulsblnx name Halyards are ropes used to hoist yards and sails Braces are ropes used to swing the yards around by To the beginner the names of ropes are apt to be very confusing Old salts are fond of spinning a yarn about a lad who wanted to go to sea until he heard that the fore topgallant studding sail boom tricing lining thimble block mousing was the name of about the smallest bit of rope on board sbp when he at once concluded that such being the case he could never expect to toaster the name of the largest rope and consequently decided to become a farmer SypnieH and Tartars Some ethnologists claim that the gyp sles are of the same family as the Tartars They are said to have appeared first in Germany In 1417 under the name of Tartars or Xegins and by a statute of Henry VIII were expelled from England In 15150 This not prow ing etlicient to exterminate the rae stronger measures were taken describ ed by Thomas Cromwell in a quaint letter still extant And in case yc shall here or knowe of any stuh Glp cyans he writes to My Lords of Chester Ithat ye steal eompoll them to depart to tho next porte of the see and eyther without delaye uppon the tlrst winds lint shall conveye them 01 if they shal In nay wise broke that cammaundmeut to see them executed without sparing uppou any commyslon license or placards that they only shewe or aledge for theinselfes to the contrary Nature needs only a Little Early Riser now and then tc ketp the bowels clean tho liver active and the system free from bite headaches constipation etc The famous little pills Early Risers are pleasant in effect and per fact inaction They never gripe or sicken but tones and strengthen the liver and Kidneys Sold by all Druggists Devldedlr Friendly Ranter I thought this paper win friendly to me- EditorSo it IIs Whats the mutter nowUlluterI made a speech at the ban quet last night and you didnt print a lino of It Editor Well What further proof did you want of our friendship A Rare Cane Sorroughs Im always expecting this aster but still the unexpected happen ed to me once Checrfule How was that Sorroughs When the calamity came nobody remembered to say I told you soHouston Chronicle The Only Sure Way Say old man said the soulful young man whats the best way to find out what a woman thinks of you Marry her replied Peckbam prompt ly Catholic Standard and Times Our greatest glory Is not In never falling but in rising every time we fall Pascal tioup 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 iIf given as soon as the child become hoarseoreven after the croupy cough appears For sate by Short Haynes Cloverport A Fine Sene of Humor The Russian Emperor Ivan IV once ordered one of his high court olllclul to procure for him a measure full or failedrthrough the friskluess of the insects in jumping out of the measure had his heat cut off and Inflicted a fine of 7000 rubles on the city of Moscow for Its share in the failure On other occa slous he would wander away Into the country with some boon companions and a few caged bears and when he came to a peaceful village would let slip the bears and shriek with laughter as the villagers rushed for safety or fell victims to the hungry animals I Tlie IlnrMC an 11 Juniper- A horse can certainly jump higher than a man There Is at least one au theistic case of a hunter clearing att seven foot paling mind a century or sr ago a Mr Ulngham leaped his horse over the wall of Hyde park which was six and onehalf feet high on the insult and eight feet on the outside The horse cleared this obstacle twice In rapid succession tind we are tulle eel tain that no man who has ever hived could do it London Answers Cant In Ciiulpinaln The laborers In the coffee plantation in Guatemala get only at to JO1 cent gold a daysThe capitalists get Iii profit r0 to t0 per rent of the inarko value During harvesting time the coffee business gives employment to more thus onehalf of he populatiop A single colToo tree under the most favorable conditions has been knowt to yield twentylive pounds of beans Work mill Talk Generally speaking It Is true of wo men as of men that those who think most soy least Womans tulkullvenes Is the result of her sedentary occupation Tailors shoemakers and weavers all men who sit close at their work have In common with women not only hypochondrlacal fancies but also a tendency to great talkatlveness Richter The Word Cliear The word cigarI occurs In a Ger mull dictionary for the first time In 1813 and In tim DUtionnalreI of till French Academic III IS Kant used the word ylgguro In 171IS In Spain at the 1present day tho word Vlgarro means a cigarette1 for which time Spaniards love the word pitlllos Their name for a cigarI is un puro Therein IN the DIITirtnce A meddler 1 1It person who falls hf his uttompt The meddler who su coeds Is no meddler but a hero1m hUh Herald Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Syrup Than of All Others Put Together Mr Tlios Gecrgea merchant at Mt ElginI Ontario says I have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever slice it was introduced into Canada and I sell as much of it IS I do of all other tines I have on my shelves put together Of the many dozens sold under guarantee have not had one bottle returned I can recom mend this medicine as I have used iit myself and given it to my children and always with the best results For sale by Short S Haynes Cloverport Spelling Iu the Year 1IOH By tho following which is an exact copy of the first paragraph III till will of Henry IV of England written III January 1 108 it will be seen that evei kings are tint midways good spoiler In the nice of nod Fadlr Sun anti Holly Gost three Persons and one tlod I harry sinful wreck by till acne of God Kyng of England mind lrumu and Lord of bland being III my hole uiynd mal my testament In manor and formo that snyth Kyrst 11 be1 quethe to Almighty God my sinful soul the whyohe lath nevere been worthy of the man butt thro hys mercies lint lays grasp which 1 lyffe I hit eth myspendyet thereof 1 put myselfe wholly in his grase and mercy with all inyn boric Also I thanke my lordis threw the peple for the ten servyse that they have duno unto me and I ask then forgyvnis if I hastli myscntreted them in coy wyse It will also be noted that Henry be sides not bolng up to Ithe standard as U speller hud a peculiar habit of spelling one word in from two to live different ways ArtlNtn UN Frit me Sinker The frame for the picture Is ulway s a sore question with the average artist as any one of them will confess end any frame maker testify to Most painters have defiulle Ideas on how their canvases should be framed but when It comes to ordering and payluf for them that Is another matter As great nn artist as AlmaTudemu al ways designed his own frames am not a few New York painters design loin make their own There is om Boston artist who began by making his own frames after his own designs and his effects were so artistic that several of his colleagues in that city begged him to nuke frames for thorn lie consented to do this Ju a few cases until the fame of his work spread abroad aud as a result he received sc many orders that he set up a frame making shop of his own The SloiiR of Icntliir The historic stone known In Scotland as the Stone of Destiny In Ireland as the Liu Fall anil In England as Jacobs Pillar or the iScouo Is said to have been brought front Egypt to Ireland by a beautiful princess win 1placed It In Tarns hull In 5SO B C A present this very ancient retie Is fas tcned underneathI the coronation dial r In Westminster abbey The stone Is ot dark color streaked with red and II twentysix litehes long sixteen inches wldo and eleven Inches thick Its surface Is much defaced mud a deep cruel almost divides it Into two parts Tra dition says that this stone can be true ed back to the plains of Luz where Jacob laid his head upon it and dreamed his ladder dream und that at ting captivity Jeremiah carried It te Egypt CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signature ofcC t Tribe of nine EyrJ Jn4IanIRed hatred negroes are ucurfe enough Imf an equally curious freak of nature IIs seen in the GHOKOS Indians near the City of Mexico They mire light eom plexio med and the majority have blue eyes and light hair They dress prin cipally in two shade of blue and their clothing is good and well made and generally ornamented with till bead and silk etubroldory of which Indians are so fond Their houses are better built mud furnished than is usual tinning Indians mind ninny have Plumbs and other musical instruments upon which they piny with considerable skill Then Grlogos have no commercial fiociul coniKMtioiH with other trlhl otI holding aloof from oven those who at tilt base of till mountain on which till village Is situated Thojr raise their own food do their own manu facturing have their own schools churches and soe iul institutions IIU11I seldom or never marry outside their own tribe There is said to be another tribe of blue eyod fair halreHl Indians who have tthe uppouruiioo of Germans living In the Sierra Mudre mountain In the state of Dnrun to Iailicp For Slinvinic It Is commonly assume that soup is used in shaving for the purpose of sot tening the laird This however It seems Is a mistake It is used on the contrary to render thom hard dry stilt and brittle in which condition they best yield to the blade Hair bo lug naturally oily the razor would either slip over the limp hair without cutting It or entering about half way bend time hair back mind slice it lengthwise all the while straining It most painfully at the root and us a razor would thus slice mind pull probably a number of hairs at once the pain pro duced would bo Intense Most shav lug soap contains a free alkali either potash or sods whloh combines with and so removes the oil of tho hair leaving only the hart lIbel dry und still ns may bo seen by taking a soul lion of carltonalo of soda and dipping a single hair Into it The Deep Sea bead In order to find a ships position when approaching the land in a fog Hounding lire taken with the deep sea lead This load weighs twentyeight pounds and is attached to a line which Is marked otr In fathoms by bunting of various colors pieces of leather and knots Bored in the horse of time lloud Is a hole about two Inehos deep and this is tilled with tullow so that the gravel1 or sholls at the ocean bottom will adhere to it mid tim inure of thu bod may bo thus ascertained When the load Is thrown overboard the wa ters depth is noted on the flue timid this and the adherence to the tallow when eomparod with the description given on the chart will give the shlpu position with tolerable ucciirue1 The Knimiii Ilnmelukr- The mumolukes wore a body of soldiers who riled Egypt for several hair tired years Their name 1 is derived from an Arab word which moans slave and they wore originally captives from Caucasian countries lu the middle or Ithe thirteenth century they were introduce I into 1Egypt us tilt sultan body guardI but upon the ucccsxiun of Turin Shah whom they hated they over throw him and Ileited ono of them solves in his place Fur nourly sMs vents they hold Ithe power thus usurp cd and even when compolUil to resist It they hud muchI inlluciico III Iypt In 1SI1I I nearly all time nitiuicliil won massacred1 by Mohammed1 All tutu those who thou escaped to Nubia were destroyed In ISLi The Illlnr of llirculiH The Pillars of Horciiio VIIi tilt name anciently given to thus moiitililii of Iulpo awl Aliylu stumlinjc opinuiti 1to ouch other the one em tit lKuropoai nIl the nthetr on the African hi ro ol till strait which connects the Mediter ranean sea with Ithe Atlantic ocean glue mountains mire now culled the Rock of Gibraltar mural fehol Xutajit The word Gibraltar which is ut pros gout also applied to the strait way originally lebel facieor Mountain of Tame Tiric being the name of the leader of the first Mohammedan bund which crossed at that point over Into Spain In the yearI A D 710 The Wind Sitll It frequently happens that after dis charging a cargo of a particularly malodorous nature It Is necessary to let time nlr reach certain parts of the hold of a vessel trot serve by the fixed regulation ventilators To effect this purpose a portable canvas ventilator called u wind sulk Is employed It Is cylindrical In shape maul Is kept In po sition by means of stays When It is erected the air blows down it anti the hold is soon pure once more No Fire In Them Nowllt It certainly IIs a great estab lishment Theyre sticklers for system tthere everything In Its right place- CassidyOlt 01 duuuo Whin 01 shut through there 01 seen a lot o red buckets marked For Fire Only nn fulx there was wailer In thlmt Philadel phia Press Sudden This is so sudden she murmured weakly The messenger boy had answered her call within five minutes of her ringing him up Baltimore American Stiumry Mr Linger spends a great deal or time with you Molly said Miss Kit tUh to Miss Frocks coYes but thats all ho toes spend A clever woman once cuvo a very smart designation of a secret as some thing for one enough for twot nothing or three IOetUC teal Lemon Oil JJ- A dtal a spices III New York held I up a suiui bottle tilled with a pale am bet liquid Smell jf he raid Its t ing till ork the visitor inhaled un odor which deemed to call up visions of orange and citron proves of ancient Greek fume Its the genuine oil of lemons said the dealer in response te a rook of inquiry That Is nil 1 liner loft of n pound of the oil and It took lJinj lem oils to product it lluihor expensive RtulT almost eqtinl to thus of sitar roses The method of olilnlnini ofII oil is tedious A ninu has a Ms dr cloiin sponge before hits on II tuble He tikes strips of the lemon pool gives them n pertain twist which break the cells snit semis the oil out in I tine spray on the spangle 1 Ile hits to work quickly to avoid evaporiU ben the sK nge bus ten up Uie sprays of about a humhttlvitalsI It Is wet enough to be squeezed out Ail ounces or so of clear and fragrant oil then flows from it hlryt utrrIn 1S74I Henry Irving achieved an Jill nmiisc success by his performiinco of HninliU at till London Lyceum than ter Ills interpretation of the part was so striking unit unusual that the play hut a run unprecedented at that tune continuing for jool nights Of his ex perience In playing this part Sir Henry gave some years before his death an Interesting account I can always tell he still when the audience Iis with me It was not with me on the first night of Hamlet which Is perhaps curious considering my subsequent success On tho first night 1 felt that thin audience did not go with me until till first meeting with Ophelia when they clanged toward me entirely But us night succeeded night my hamlet grew In their esti mation I could feel It all the time and now I know that they like it that they are with me heart mind soul Harpers How nn rang Outing Travel It is a most Interesting sight to watch un oruui cutting make Its WilY through the jungle It walks slowly along the largo branches In a semi erect attitude this being apparently caused by the length of Its arms and the shortness of Us logs It Invariably selects those branches which Intermin gle with those of a neighboring tree on approaching which It stretches out its long arum and grasping the boughs opposite seoins first to shako them us if to test their strength and then de liberately swings Itself across to the next brunch which it walks along as before It does nut jump or spring us monkeys usually do and never uppeiirs to hurry itself unless some real danger presents Yet in spite of Its apparent ly slow movements It gels along far quicker than a person running through the forest beneath Popular Maguzluu SioUfliril of tlit Sill I1111- 1An extraordinary point led Imssone physician l a Louis XVII Iof lImiice In abandon his anatomical similes While selecting from among some dead mod le a suitable subject fur dissection he imagined that out of then showed doubtful signs of death and sought to revive a life which was perhaps tot cxtinKUishevl His efforts were crown ed with success He curedI the man mud as lie was poor nourished and supported him but the Idea of having boou on tilt point of committing II crime so utTooteM Lussone that he felt himself unable to pursue his accus toiiuvl lumbers and from that time for ward the study of natural history and tlitfinbitry took the place of that of anatomy Iennl of KUih Htilmugcii in Houmunia possesses a public festivali which is probably unique in the world ItI Iis u little town of about ltioo Inhabitants and on the morning of Its annual fulr day tho population from about eighty villages come trooping in In swarms To them go out all the young women married or single of Hnlmtigon ouch bearing u small flower garland mud vessel of wine und all uttondod by their god uinthcrs Tills lust precaution is taken from motives of deference for MrsI Grundy d s the visitors approach the young weunon offer to each a taste of wine minda kiss Truthful Excited Fisherman to country lintel keeper There Isnt a bit of fishing about lucre IKvery brook has a nlgn warning people our What do you menu by luring anglers here with the prom ise of flit tishlng Hotel Keeper 1 didnt say anything about line fishing IIf you read my advertisement careful ly you will sew that what I said was Fishing unapproachable Ills Regular Ilurle Isnt It taking your son a tong time to get through college It seems to me this must be his sixth or seventh year It Is but going to college has be come his regular business Why time team wouldnt stand nay slow without him Chicago IItecordHerald FITcrtlvr What do you regard as the best ftroteotlon from burglars 1 Well I have found that being lade pendently poor Is etrectiveSt Louis PostDispatch CLanging Innhloni Father meditating on times changes Ah yes the fashion of this world passeth away DaughterIndeed It does papa I shall want a new hat next week The Life Line Amateur Palmist The life line Indi cafes how long you will live Skeptical Friend Yes Isnt it a wonder the life insurance companies pay no attention to It 1 LOWEST SPECIAL- IIOMESEEKERS9 RATES EVER HADE TO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry U TilE HENDERSON ROUTE = 7 In connection with all other routes Ticket on sale November 7th and 21st December 9th and 19th All tickets will bear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale OWN A HOMEn Where land iis cheap and returns from it certain For rate and information inquire of II I J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky J II GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent I S600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wnnts to share the profits of this prosperous year with ita subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to J20 amounting to 1600 in nil There wlllltel four general presents of 100 fjO X30 11120 and sixteen pre sents of 530 and 2iyio be given in the stales of Kentucky Imlirttm Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair any simple vVrite to the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for n copy of the weekly Courier Journal giving full details It will be sent free I ICheaper Rates SouthwestL- ess than oneway fare for tbft round trip on Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 and 131 Dec 5 and ID Tc points In time Southwest via Cairo or Memphis and Cotton Belt Route You run attoid to go now nearly an cheap traveling as staying at home Write for maps and literature on Southeast Missouri Arkansas North west Louisiana Texas Also cost of tickets time of tiaiiiH etc IL 0 SCllAi FiR T IP A Cincinnati 0 fWlaBEAUf OP TAStlouis Mo Cotton Belt Route For Homeseekers Cheapest rates yetloss than one way faro foi the round trip to pointu in the bonthwest Uo via MemphiH or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct it and 17 Nov 7 and 151 Doc f roil 10 Finest time to visit the Southwest see the crops and locate a home Write for maps litoratnio mind cost tickets to any point L 0 SCIIAOFIR T P A Cincinnati 0 EW IjBHAUAlfi iP TA St Louis Mo Cotton 1licit Route Subscribe for the News AViiiiliint Work SIII y The Egypt iihs hud a very remit rkll ble ordinance to prevent persons from borrowing Imprudently An Egyptian was not permitted to borrow without giving to his creditors In pledge tho body of his father It was doomed both an Impiety maid an Infamy not to rcdeuin so sacred a pledge A Iperson who dleel without discharging that duty was deprived of the customary lion ors paid to tho dead To nit In the Innt Hitch The phrase to die in the lust ditch Is stated by an English authority In such matters to be nn Americanism originating during tho civil war In fact It was first used by William prince of Orange who during tho war with France was asked what he would do in case the troops of Holland wore defeated In the field and who replied I will die In the last ditch wiamsAt- sl It I w u r L f 1Jtn tr iim1r t 2 14ll H cI OI p l q co i I I oj t M i I t- Ii I I r I 1 r f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 91005 BRONCHITIS Druggists Short and Haynes Tell The People Quickest Means to Cure It Asked one day in his store the ques tion What is good for bronchitis a member of the Move firm answered uFor years old tashioned cod liver oil a has teen known to possess the molt remarkable curative and healing prop erties for the throat bronchial and lung troubles of anything knowu to medicine but ou account of the grease which enveloped its curative principles it hue been impossible for many people to take enough of it into their systems tocombat a throughly settled disease without clogging the system and upset ing the stomach II Now however It continued this well kuown drugs stWe have Vinol whicu contains in a highly concentrated form all of the medicinal curative elements of cod liver oil actually takeu from fresh cods livers without a drop of oil or grease to upset the stomach and re tard its work atd physicians sgrte that It is the greatest cure for all throat bronchial and lung troubles known to medicine Miss Anna Ray write ue that after s niTeriug for five year with bronchitis and trying all kinds of medicines with out relief Vinol cured her and we have hundreds of just such letters We wish every person suffering from chronic colds coughs bronchitis and- every aged weak or convalescent per aon who needs a healing and strength creating and bloodmaking tonic would try Vinol on our guarantee to return the the purchase money if it fails Short A Mnyues Druggists PATESV1LLE Miss Nma Wllneison of Clov rport it halting relatives nere Dr J T MilBOT spent a few days of Inet weaK with his mother at Union Star James McAfee of Union Star and John Johiuon of Durei were la town Saturday UK E P Gabbert was in Evan Title a few days of last wteu purchas goodsMr Mrs Thoc Drown of Weber were ia town shopping Toes day of last week Miss Nellie Fawrur was employed at clerk in Gabbert do Tleraeys store n tew days of lust week Forest Gordon wlte and children of Owonshoioare spending a few lays with relatives at this place Mr and MrI Ollie Lynch and baby came nu from Owensboro Saturday They will remove their furniture to this place where they will make this their future home- Thanksgiving will be observed at this pluco on Thursday evening Nov 30 The judies of the Methodist church are preparing to have a box supper and nlso some exercises at the city hull for the Ibenefit of the church Everybody is welcom- edSTEMIENSPORT Jus Walls hex tin quite ill Mrsf Gene Conner has returned from Louisville Lee Morgan i Improving and able to be out again Will Sargent is home from Owens boro for a few days n H Conn has moved into a cot tage on Main street Win Blaine was in Louisville the first of the woek Dr W H Wimp visited his parents at Irvingtcn Sunday Miss Esther Payne was the guest of Miss Mary Bashaw Sunday Jan Lay and Mr Jay of ins City Ind are guests of Harry Lay as aaw str AlJersII We know what all good doctors think of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask your own doc tor and find out He will tell CherryPectoral you how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs Ayeri Clicrrjr Iertnrsl li well known In our family Wo think It li the best medicine In the world for c uRli9 unit coliii- KATlt JKTBKHON IetxIuDil C a 25eMeRIOO rr AYKRC- OIWIAll droIlCvIIIIfor Man Hard Coughs WilliIhasten Mr and Mrs L B Helm have re turned from a visit at Lewisport Mrs Bottle Napper has returned from a visit to relatives in Owensbjro Chas Tinins has bought R H Conns dwelling house and has moved into it- Smith to Tinins art moving their saw mill pnd barrel factory nero and will begin business soon Mrs Mattie Gibbons anti Mrs Pike Conn attended the funeral of Mrs Minnie Canary at Union Star Sunday Toe tacky party given by Miss Catherine Crawford was very much enjoyed by all Miss Mary Basham won the prize Roland Wellington has bought the old Blaine stand and will move in soon He has also bought R S Skill mans stock of goo- dsCHENAULT A B Bennett went to Lonisvllle last week A fine ball will be given at Derby on Thanksgiving night Miss Bessie Cnnuingham visited friends and relatives at Derby last weekWalter ONeal of Louisville arrived Sunday to visit friends and rela tivesW H Hicsersons mother of Stephensport ia visiting him this weep George Frymite of Louisville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J W Frym ire Mr and Mrs Taylor Mattingly of Hardinsourg are visiting friends and relatives at this place Mrs J B Warren and sister Miss Margaret Stallumn were guests of Mr and Mrs J C Brodie Sunday The dance given at Horace Manning Saturday afternoon was quite a success and enjoyed by all who attended Richard Smith of Wolf CreeK is building a new lint boat at this place and it will soon be completed He willf then load it with lumber prodnce etc and go south LOD1BURG Miss Georgia Swum visited Miss Annie Keys Sunday Mr and write Clint Squires have returned to Owensboro after K lengthy visited to her mutter Rev L C Argabright filled Rev J J Willetts regular appointment at Wfllnut Grove Saturday and Sunday The spelling match at Walnut Grove was largely attendee last Wednesday night and every one reports a pleasant time Marigolds Mrs Catherine Snellsma is slowly improving Miss Georgia ABfishamot Missouri is here for u visit Miss Nellie CaacasB visited her mother at Union Star Sunday Herbert Haddock of Clifton Mills was the guest ot Miss Gertrude Keys Sunday 1 1 H Avitt and Elmoro Deacon were at Brandenbure Monday on liuslnoflg Miss Nora Harrison is expected home to spend Thanksgiving with her parents Roll Dan ana Frank Miller of Missouri arrived here Sunday for a visit to their parent Miss Ethel Baahata nod Mrs Idu Nottingham were at Stephensport Monday shopping- J H Avitt sold two young mules lat weak to Wm Baskett for the handsome price of j20- IRVINGTON Dr Morsawna mother spent last week with him Master Harry Smith ia quite sick with pneumonia- F B Lyons spent several days in Louisville last week Dr W H Wimp of Stephensport sp nt Sunday with his parents Miss Evalin Hcrndon went to Louis yule last week for an indefinite stay Dr A M Hardaway is here this wtek for the practice of dentistry Mrs Jesse Herndon returned Sunday from a two weeKS visit in Louisville Rev E W Graves Is conducting a series of sermons at Pleasant Grove Miss Ethel Conniff of Louisville ia the guest of H H Kemper and sister Miss Minnie Basham of Vine Grove la tho guest of Miss Cecil SpradlinMiss Emma Lou Moorman of Glen deans spent Sunday with Mrs P E Dompater Mrs irate Washington is visiting her daughter Mrs Harry Major in Louihville A W Morernen and son Joe of Brandtnbnrg spent Sunday with Dr Lon Moremen Misses Beulah and Clara Hook of Hardinsbnrg are with Miss Hath Miller for a week BABYS AWfUL ITCHINGECZEMAAll Could Not Tell What She Looked LikeUnable to SleepGrew Worse Under Doctors S CURED BY CUTICURA- IN ONE MONTH o A grateful mother In the following letter tells of another of those mar velous cures by CuticuraIf When my baby was four months old her skin broke out with a humor I took her to a doctor who said it was eczema He gave me medicine to give her but she kept getting worse all the time Her little face and body were so covered with sores and large scales you could not tell what she looked like No child ever had a worse case Her face was being eaten away and even her finger nails fell off Then it itched so she could not sleep and for many weary nights we could get no rest At last we got Cuticura Soap and Ointment first bathing her in warm water with the Soap and then spreading on the Oint changeinand she could sleep at night and in one mouth she had not one sore on her face or body Any mother having children with eczema or humors will find a friend in Cuticura Soap and Ointment signed Mrs Mary Sanders 709 Spring St Camden NJ Aug r41904- The foregoing statement justifies the oftnjKitivl1 assertion that Cuti cura Soap and Ointment afford instant relief and permit sleep for baby and rest for tired mothers and points to a speedy permanent and economical cure when all else fails in the most torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors tufhoulthI UJMuJ fur to Uuw to Curs nby Iluuiuurt Miss Lucile Cunningham will spend Thanksgiving with Miss Julia Me Griffin in Louisville Mies Olivia Fallen and Chas Fallen ot Cloverpoit I visited their brother J M Fallon Sunday Rev A Paul Bagby of Louisville filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday- H H Anderson of the Rock Island Lot and Lund Co of Louisville was in town last Tusaav H H Kemper entertained a few of his friends Saturday evening in nonor of his guests Misses Connirl and Ketnper The remains of D H Wilson were brought over from Earned Sunday morning and buried in Cedar Hill ceia tery by the Maso- nsNARDINSBURG County court last Monday- R A Miller of Owenaboro was in the city Sunday Hon D C Moorman of Gleudeane was in the city Monday Judge Matthias Miller went to Louisville Monday evening Mr and Mrs C V Robertson were visitors in Louisville last week Mrs Joel H Pile entertained the Fireside Club Saturday afternoon Miss Nell Moormanof Glendeane is visiting Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Mrs R F McGary returned home Saturday from a visit to Louisville Col E L Rooertson of Glendeaue was the guest of friends here Sunday John Flood and John OReilly will put np tobacco in T J Hooks ware house Mrs Morris H Beard has returned home from a visit to relatives at Clo verportTom and Hayden Basham of Clifton Mills were in town Monday on a business trip Dr J D Walsh of Louisville preached at the M E church Sunday eveningR Penick of Custer was the guest of Mr and Mrs Ode Penick last week The Rev and Mre Dan Shacklette were the guests of Mrs J T Kings ton Sunday Mr and Mrs Thomas Gregory of Garfield were guests of Mr and Mrs S D McGill Friday Miss Jonnie Gre u of Tails of Rough was the guest of Miss Mincie Murray1 last weetc Miss May Dempster of Glendeano was the guest of Gen and Mrs D R Murray Saturday Campiand Mrs G S King Oscar Buroh and family leave this week for Kewauee Ill where they will reside in the future OaSTO 4Been the tThe Kind You Hale Always Bought Signature 11 of John L Miller John Morris and John Prlest of Big Spring weriin the city the first of the week Enoch Norton and family of the Gartield neighborhood will move to San Diego Cal December 10 T J Hook and C T McClanahan of Cloverport were at MoDaniels a tew days of lust week on a business tripProf Collins after a months visit to relatives in Indiana nas resumed his position as principal of the nigh schoolMiss ROSA Lou Ditto entertained Saturday evening in honor of Misses Nell Moorman anti May Dempster of Glendenne The Rev P C Duvall of Vine Grove will preach the sermon at the union Thanksgiving services to be held at the M E church Thursday GARFIELD Uncle Burrell Whitworth is no better Hawkins and Virgie Smith are in Owensboro this week Mr and Mrs I B Richardson visited relatives at Hardinsburg Sunday- S C Black will leave for Oklahoma in a few sleeks for an indefinite stay L D Gregory of Louisville was a guest of his brother Thos Gregory last weekCharles Payne is a juryman at Owens boro this week in the United States courtJames Moredocka photographer from Louisville 13 visiting his cousin Mrs F M Board Virgil Priest who has been in bad health for some time is not so well at this writing Edgar Carmans baby died Saturday and was buried Sunday at the Carman grave yard Misses Maud Bullock and Blanche Whitworth are visitors of Miss Lucy McCoy this week Taylor Payne who has been home on a furlough has returned to his post of duty at Port Thomas Several of the Masons from here at terded the burial of Hardin Wilson Bewleyville Sunday Owen GilHpgwnter and Miss Missa Bandy were guests of her sister Miss Mary Bandy Sunday Fnoch Norton and family accompani ed by his mother will move to Cali fornia in the near future Miss Nancy Board and her guest Mrs Gobs Weatherford are visiting Mrs Robt Weatherford Hunted Protracted meeting began at the Pres byterian church Monday night onduct ed by Rev N G Cundiff and Rev Barbee of Owensboro BIG SPRING atIEUron Friday on business A little girl made her appearance at the home of Mr and Mrs Willie Griffithe Nov 17 R E Craycroft is having a nice two story dwelling erected on one of his farms for his son Luni Mr and Mrs Henry Hardin of Eliza bethtown was here and spent a few days with his mother last week The ladies of the Baptist church will give a G oclock dinner here at the schoolhouse on Thanksgiving for the benefit of trie church Mro W H Strother and Miss Zelma Strother went to Brandenburg Wednesday to remain over until Tuesday the guests of Mrs Geo Casperke and other relatives and friends Dr and Mrs W H Strother were in Elizabethtown last Tuesday Dr Strother was there to attend a call meeting of the physicians of Hardin county on a special t usiness meeting The Ladles Aid Society was enter tained on Saturday evening November 18 by Mrs John H Meador and her daughter Miss Daisy It was one of the l l J r II a OtF1ya I I Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidni j Or Catarrh of Bladder and Dont KnoiF tPresident Newliof and War Correspondent Richards Were Promptly Cured By Pcruna Mr C B Nowhof 10 Delnmaro street I Albany N Y President Mon tenure I t IISincel I have been frequently troubled with urinary ailments The bladder seemed Irritated and my physician said that Iti was catarrh caused by a protracted cold which would be difficult to over come on account ot my advanced years I tool Peruna hardly daring to believe drat I would bo helped but I found toI my relief that I soon began to mend The Irritation gradually subsided and the urinary difficulties passed away I have enjoyed excellent health now for iI the past seven months I enjoy my meals sleep soundly and am as well as I was twenty years ago I give allI praise to Peruna 0 B Newhof Suffered From Catarrh of KidneysI Threatened With Nervous Collapse Cured by Peru na Mr F B Richards GOD K Street N WII Washington D C1Var Correspondent wrUosU Kxnctly six years ago I was ordered to Cuba as staff correspondent of the Now York Sun I was In charge ornI Sun Dispatch boat through the Spanish American War The effect of the tropI Jul climate and tho nervous strain showed plainly on my return to theI states Lassitude depression to the vorgo of melancholia and incessant kidney trouble made mo practically an invalid This undesirable condition continued despite tho best of treatment Finally brother newspaper man who like mysolt had served in the war in duecdjno to give a faithful trial to Pcruna 1 did PO In a short tlmo the lassitude left me my kidneys resumed healty condition and a complete cure was effected I cannot too strongly recommend Foruna to those suffering with kidney trouble Today am able to work as hard as at any time In my life and time examiner for a loading insurance company pronounced mo an A l tlIIn Poor Health Over Four Years Pcruna Only Remedy ofRcal Benefit Mr John Ximmo 215 Lippincott St Toronto Can1I prominent merchant of that city and also a member of tho Masonic order writes I have been in poor health generally or over four years When I caught a bad cold last winter it settled in tho bladder and kidneys causing serious trouble I took two greatly advertised I nicest intertainments of the season and they realized JV25 The house wastbeautifuly decorated and the lunch was quite delicious and tempting All left feeling theIr dime was well spent MATTING LV Mrs J Eo Brickoy is seriously ill at this writing j Mrs Herbert Tinius has been sick for several days Remus Pate and family have moved to Cloverpoit Iin Mr and Mrs 0 D Hambleton have moved to CoerporteRev Jonosof Pellvillepreached here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Dunn of Uloverport is visiting Mrs Will Lynch for a few days Mr and Mrs Alfred Hawkins andchildren visited relatives at Cloverport Sunday Alfred Hawkins and M E Hambleton went to Hardinsburg Saturday on business Misses Lena Hawkins and Ida Walls accompanied by Charles Pate and Otis Taul attended church at Hites Run Sunday Mrs Miriam Moorman who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C D Hambleton has re turned to her home at Vanzantc Mr Christmas buyers are already in the mar ket Are you getting your part of their trade 1 If not it is your fault The col umns of the News are read in nearly every home in Breckenridge county The ads are read too and hero is where you will profit dollar for dollar if you send Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky PRES C B MEWHOF Suffered From Gatarrh of Bladdc wskidney remedies without getting desired results Peruna is tho o remedy which was really of any ben to mo I havo not had a traco of kids trouble nor a cold in my system Pcruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Poruna has found j manont use in so many homes is tha contains no narcotics of any kind rune is perfectly harmless It can used any length of than without acqi Ing a drug habit Peruna does not p Pimanont effect It has no bad effect upon tho systc and gradually eliminates catarrh by moving tho cause of catarrh Thorn r a multitude of homes whore Poruna L been used oft and on for twenty yea Such a thing could not be possible Miss Milissa Mattingly tShome after spending tfor night with the family of her anal Rich Mattingly near Cloverport Miss Mayme Seaton gave a bo supper Friday night at her seine house Tho proceeds will bo use in repairing the house Many Spud Sellers Sentenced Fe4eial court for this district wn session at Owenaboro Monday The following persona among whop are qnite a number from this county pleas of guilty to aellin whisky wltnout having paid the ape cial tax and were given thirty days li the Daviess county yell and fined 100 William Cunningham Jr Irdle Cum- mins Claude H Conway Harrisoi Fisher William Hazelwood Samue Pool Thomas Skaggs Fred Woolsey William Skeeters James Miller allot James Milliner Thomas Medcalf James Hampton Philip Brown Jase Awbrey George Campbell William Davidson and James Scribbincr J B Stith and Lewis Payne of HatdinsbnrK served on the gland jury and C D Payne of Harned and Roscoe EskridgE of Hardtnsbnrg OB I the petit jury W W fct Slaton to be Tried Today Hardinsburg Ky Nov 38Spc- lapCliff Siaton will be tried to morrow for killing Sargent Beard at Rosetta on November 18 on the of manslaughter CHRISTMAS Merchant forChristmas nI iJ 05 I r A I S r i1- ru rF I rOLe am o What Leon the ver xn oil on Che ran = ock a- 1ilamage amount Farmer reanlt e md mi jay- bridges t ttonsn their bl to dirt of the portedrain Lima o pie Hv countyto severil age th- reporh ahowe told The for ho windwater severe impos a few morns bridge coops things withsand t rising verythe I- tt1 Th the I Routwors worsentir tweee was belo streaand and tloD Hud Wed creVi repa OI- Glee I oln beer hon cree rail fiov foe I auo riot wh r gE 6 l wafloc fro WIltlo an hem oat ag gri ole QI1sa i ho tn1tb thoh t iI ohBt W betb tbw I IiIi 1 r I I i 1 I 1