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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Jy- l J- ylALLTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 4 VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1906 12 Paces N029 I 1 i iii i r I I I I J t 1 1 1 I oh i i o 11I 1 yo 1 Jn nd dL tI 0is 1 ism ism isg isf 1F fF to 3 i m nee yY1C 1i eeId i Idof ofar 1r ISiln iln1m 1mIy leI uoon neIy 1D 1D J t I ifJ U S LICENSE PRIMA FACIE EVIDENCE iLSECt 2557 B The possession of a Uuited States special tax stampcommonly called United States license p for carrying on the business of a retail dealer in spirituous vinos or malt liquors or the having of such tax stamp or license stuck up at the place of business in such territory shall be prima facie evidence of guilt under this section tlioAny person so offending shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars and impris oned not less than ten days nor more than fifty days From Kentucky Statutes III I A S OF E AT V HAWESVILLE of 5 Had Great Meeting There Onj Saturday Of Representatives v iv Of Hancock Association Ii 95r itfor LOTT ELECTED SECRETARY I ifY t Haweaville KyJan 20 1006 In responce to a call Issued by Presi dent John E Mimiett the county union of the American Society of Vanity met at the court house on Sate day January 20th Said union was composed of delegates sent by the different Iccal unions and were ap portioned on the basis of one delegate for every ten members or major true tlon tnereof 1The meeting was called to order at1 l1 10 00 a in by the President The minutes of the previous meeting were toad and accepted after which the p President requested the Secretary to call tie roll of the locals looking to the seating of the delegates At tnis point the question arose as to the ell gibility of certain delegates represent lug certain locals which bad not yet adopted the new constitution and a part or all of whose members were t behind with their dues It was at last agreed that such lo cals be allowed us many delegates as their paid up membership entitled them to and as many more as these delegates felt sate in vouching for under the belief that the matter of dues would be satisfactorily settled at the next meeting of the locals The greater part of this trouble came from locals located in the bail storm belt while some m it originated in locals the membership of which were laboring under the false impres sion tbat they had a right to sell jihejr tobacco privately tor prices Hx e id by the organization j In view of these facts the union de tided to deal leniently with these locals but to do so no more In the r event of similar offences A motion was made then to adjourn for noon to meet again at 115 At the beginning of the afternoon session Secretary A H Brnner tender ed its resignation which war accepted Nominations were then made to elect a new Secretary G F Lancaster J S Callen and J Y Lott were nominated for the place Tha vote was taken and Continued on Eighth Page Bad Blood Is responsible for most of the diseases and ailments of the human system It se riously affects every organ and function causes catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism weak tired languid feelings I and worse troubles Take HoodsSarsaparillawhich the blood as nothing else can For testimonials of remarkable cures settf for Book on the Blood No3 C I Hood Co Lowell Mass It nOOK WOOL I FOLK WEDDING At Hardinsburg Last Wednes day In Presence of Friends and Relatives BOTH POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE Hardinsburg Ky Jan30Spl Wednesday afternoon Jan 24 IOnthe nome of Mr and Mrs Gns Dr Miss Bonluk Benton Hook of this city and Mi Oila C Woolfolk of MeadA county were united in marriage in the presence of a few friends and relatives The Rev Gabe S King in beauti tul and solemn words pronounced the of ring ceremony which made them man and wife Miss Lytia Ford was the maid of honor and Mr Harry flans of Owensboro was the best man The bride is a daughter of the late George Hoot find a sister of county clerk Wm F Hook and is one of the most popular and attractive young ladles ot the county The groom is a eon of Judge T F WoolMk and is a promising young railroad man He is in the employ of of the Henderson Route Mr and Mrs Woolfolk left on the i afternoon train for a short trip to Cincinnati and other points and will be at home at Brandenburg after Feb 1SENSATIONAL SENSATIONALTRIAL ENDS Hapffood Not Guilty of Libel Says Jury After 10eMinutes Out JEROME DOES GOOD WORK i New YorK Jan 26An unusually sensational trial came to an end today when a jury in the criminal branch of the Supreme Court reperted that Norman Hapgood editor of Colliers I Weekly was not guilty of criminal libel The case has been on trial several weeks The verdict was rendered ten minutes after the ease had been i given to the jury The charge against Mr Hapgood was brought at the in 1 stigation of Justice Joseph M Denel I of the Court to Special Sessions and was based upon an editoiial in which the editor criticised Justice Deuel or his connection with Town Topics t The real interest in the case was dUtII to tue fact that the names of scores of t persons of tho highest social and finan I cial standing became involved through 1 the efforts ot the defense to prove that I the statements contained in the alleg ed libel were correct and therefore I justified To attain this ena some of the inner workings of Town Topics a I weekly publication which circulates extensively in social circles was laid bare It was in this concerning a IIff limitd edition bOOK which bore the title Fads and Fancies that the names of prominent persons became 1 involved Fads and Fancies was sold to subscribers at 1GOO or more per copy DEATHSGRIM REAPER Gathers Mr Burrell Whitworth Of Garfield For the Last Harvest DEATH CAUSED BY CANCER Garfield Ky Jan 30Spedal Burrell Whitworth one of onr oldest and most hichly respected citizenI died Jan 10 after a lingering illness caused from cancer and was hurried beside his wife in the Garfield cemEt ery to await the resurrection morn HeI was a member of the Baptistlchurch and in his quite way did a great deal good in the community in which he lived A great deal can be said of Mr Whitworth In a very few words He was an honest God fearing man andI will be missed in this community He leaves tivo sons Isaac Buchanan Richard Charles an1 Nathaniel who all reside near here and four dauglltErSII Mrs Tames Brown ot Ueorge Bell Alien Tex Mrs James Johnson Garfield and Mrs Frank Bell Lebanon besides a large number relatives and friends to mourn his lues Blessed are the ded which die in the Lord1 LITTLE POCKET PHYSICIAN llyomi Inhi ler that Is Guaranteed bISnort and llaynes to Cure Catarrh Thousands who have beea cured by Ilyomei call the inhaler that comes with every outfit The little pocket physician as it is so smell that it can be carried in the pocket or purse Prior to the discovery of Hyomei statistics showed that at least 07 out of 100 persons in this state were suffering from catarrh in some form The remarkable results following the use of Hybmel are shown by the smaller percentage todny of people suffer ing from catarrh There is really no excuse whatever for anyone having catarrh now that Hyomei is so readily obtainable If you have any doubts about its value Short aud Haynes will let you have n complete outfit with the understanding that unless it cures catarrh it will not cost you a cent A complete Hyomei outfit consists- of lithe little pocket physician a med icine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and costs only 1 while additional bottles of Ilyomei can be procured for 50 cents waking it the most economical as well as the most reliable treatment for the cure of catarrh Do not delay longer the use of Hyo tneiU you have catarrh This is a purely local disease and Ilyomei goes right to the spot where the catarrhs germs are present destroys them soothes and heals all inflammation and makes a permanent and lasting cure Good Business- P E Dntschke Holt was in town last week Mr Dntschge Is the repre entativo of thy Avery mnnifacturmg company of of Peoria III makers of farm machinery thrashers engines etc His territory is all of Kentucky He is domg a good business and is a one young man Mrs E T Haynes returned from I hvensboro Friday SUFFICIENTTERRITORY For New County is Report of Surveyors Land Rich In Mineral Recourses REAL ESTATE PRICES UP Fordsville Ky SpecialJanC7 The proposed new county to be made out cf parts of Ohio Breckenridge and Grayson counties nas been surveyed and mapped A territory sufficiently large to make a new county under the state constitution has been found and now it is before the Legislative for approval If this county is made which It certainly will be thou Grayson and Breckenridge counties will be safely Democratic anti it will put Ohio county in the doubtful column The people of the new county are consider ably wrought up over the prospect cf having it and business is booming and real estate is increasing in value every day This county when made will be one of the richest in mineral and farming lands in this section of the state Almost the entire county is underlaid with a bed of coal of the best quantity ot Western Kentucky coal Also within its boundaries are tound rich depoaites of zinc and leadII notably the Knob Lick lend mines situated near Caneyville and operated by the Knob lack Minning Co The county is trasversed Rough River Caney and Panter creeks and their tributary whose bottoms furnish rich farming lands Pound Party In Honot Miss Severs Miss Ray Heyser entertained Mies uula Severs at her home Fiidny oven ing to a six oclock dinner The younger set got busy made up a pound party and surprised the guest of honor I with an impromtu visit Those present were Mr and Mis James Younger Mr and Mrs F T Heyser Miaics Lulu Severs Edna and Annie Jarboe Louise Babbage Maude PolK Ray Heyser Katherine Moorman Margaret Moorman Rebecca and Martha Willis Reba Lewis Jennie liable Harris Grace Edith and Eva Plank Cleona Weatherholt- Mefsrs Ira Behen David Phelps David Murray Jr Harry Weatberholt Walter B Oelze Jno D Babbage Tr For amusement for the children lot them play on the spring boards in city bridge Make a note now to get Elys Cream I Balm if you are troubled with nasal ca tarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensi tive membranes that line the air passages Itis made to cure the disease not to fool the patient by a short de ceptive relief There is no cocaine norC mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All Druggist sell it Price 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York Big Revival at Custer- A big revival closed at Caster last week Rev Hunter the pastor was assisted by the Rev Smith Those who joined the church we e as follows Alf Taylor James Mitcbnm Dr J W Meador Mr and Mrs John Butler Wm Harrington Wesley Harrington Clara Minors Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea bis fuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house Wife to produce at home quickly and economically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK WM r rON Has Great Faith in It as a Land Helper Will Sow Two AcresII This Year LAST YEARS CROP A FAILURE Wm Mullen a farmer to the extent of about 100 acres a little piece out from town was here Friday Mr Mullen is a progressive agriculturist Though of the old school be is not averse to giving the results of the younger generations study a trial He has accepted alfalfa to be the means by which worn out ground can be made new Ha believes In alfalfa and has faith in it Mr Mullen spoke about alfalfa in part an follows Last year I planted rive acres in alfalfa It grew until it become about a foot and half high then it turned yellow and died The crop was a total loss to me I bought the seed from Everett The alfalfa train came along and I came here to town to learn some thing about how to grow alfalfa 1 learned from Wing tho wan who spoke that when my crop had gotten IIS high as a foot and one half that I should have cut it I did not know that then but I do now I be lieve had I cut the crop when it be gun to turn yellow it would have yielded well That five acres of alfalfa was beautiful It hurt me to see it die This year I am going to plant two acres in alfalfa with seed I got from Mr Wing and believe that the crop will be a success I shall sow 15 Ibs to the acre in limestone bottom laud Mrs instead of Miss was affixed by an error to the name of Miss Blanche Peak in a recent issue of the News Miss Peak is empoyed by OConnell S Co and is nn efficient sales lady Cdf9TORI1Biari thelire Kind You Have Always Bough Elgntort 1I of dCfilL FIGHTING JOE- WHEELER DEAD Famous Confederate Soldier Dies In New York Of Pneumonia DEATH HIS FIRST VICTOR New York Jan GGen Joseph Wheeler the famous Con federate calvary leader and a Brlgadi er General or the United States army since the war with Spam died at 530 oclock this afternoon at the home of his sister Mis Sterling Smith In Brooklyn The veteran of two wars was sixtynine years old but in spite of his age there was hope until yester day of his recovery from the attack of pneumonia which caused his death It has not yet been decided where the body will be interred but probably it will he in Arlington National cemetery near Washington Gen Wheeler was a man of smallI statue weighing less than 100 pounds He was of an exceedingly active em perament and was absolutely without fear He was a born soldier and loved the danger of the battle During tho Civil War he had many thrilling ex- perIences and his life is a whole teem ml with romance and excitement Once when the Federal army out oil his re treat he torced his horse to leap from a high bluff into a river and swam across nnder fire trom the unomy mak ing his escape In the movement on Santiago he climbed a tree to locate tho enemys position and though his loty perch was one ot peril he did not mind In politics Gon Wheeler was astute and goneraly got what hejwent for Ho was Immensely popular es pecially in the Eighth Alabama district which ho represented in Congress for twenty years At trio time of Ins death he was being discussed by his friends for United States Senator from Ala lama Its a good plan not to believe what you hear Better see it with thine own eye r Ii o II it i J 1 rt r 1 I 1 I I i I r I I j r r t J fii t t I f- J + t i I c t v k f I J I Louisville Daily HERALD And Breckenridge News One year for just Two Dollars Until JANUARY 31 we offer the NEWS axed LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD one year for 2 To take advantage of this offer you must send 2 for both at the same time Send orders to this office Offer expires January 31 1906 l5he BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky AAyo PETITION FILED I Praying County Court to Hold a Local Option Election in the Three Precincts of Cloverport The petitions were tiled in the three precincts by the following R T Mattingly etc in precinct No1J- ohn Jenningsetc in precinct No 2 and O n Tousey etc in piecinct No 3 Precinct Nol begins at SecondI street running east to Wash Holts line Precinct No2 begins at SecondI street running west to Elm stieet and includes some territory south oft town Precinct No a begins at Elm street running west to the Hancock county line including some territory south and to Mattingly commonly known as Balltown The petition by law must be in the possession of the county judge thirty days At the expiration of this time the Judge acts upon it If petition iis legal an election may be called at the end of thirty days The petition inI question was filed in a regular term ofr county court and therefore will be taken up at next regular term which wits begin on the fourth Monday iinI February Breciteundge County Court Hard insliurg Ky We the undersigned petitioners be lug in number equal to twenty 6ve pr cent ot the vote cast at the last county lectlon held in the county of Breok undge State of Kentucky and all of us and each of uSbeing Ifgal voters of and in precinct No 1 of Cloverport Ky und qualified to vote therein at All eluLti na county and state doI petition you to wake an order on order books of our county directing an election to be held in said precinct No1 of Uloverport Ky and direct ing thoSheritr of said county of Breck midge to open a poll at tho voting lilacsI in said precinct for the purpose of taking the frouse of the legal voters of said precinct No1 who are qualified to vote at an election for county officer upon the proposition whether or not Hpirituous vinous or malt lipuors shall 4e sold bartered or loaned therein Note This same petition was filed from precincts Nu 2 and it Precinct No1 R 1 Mattingly Q D Hambloton John MuHItt E L Englsh O T Skillinan Thos Hawkins Win Preston Johnney White John F Beaviu Dud Walker Lee Bridwefl H W Fuller lay Haytfeg Esly Singleton Loge Fisher Walker Allen Ely Brown S I Lewis C C Elder 7 E Smith Tno IL Ciiniiaing A Q Du flu 3 R Miller IE E Greenwood P B Greenwood O L Greenwood J H Gibson W E Blriir I Croflt Roberts W D Garrett G A Wilson S1 A Muttlngly Chas H Riedlo I Gallioa Stuart Jas B Fisher Charles Worley Ernest Blake Geo Garret Elisba M Alcook Jas S Tinina C W Fletcher J C Mattingly T H Chism Henry Solbrig Ben Blair Joseph Gnrrett Sam Weafbeiholt Zack Burditt Lewis Snlith W R Baftlet J A BeaVin J W Elder Len Elder Precinct No 2 John Jennings John Huinpuill Leo Hinton A FarbeY Geo N Harris P W Pate John Farber Asher NWbY Abe Ricketta Thos Hinton Mike Hendrictf1 Jess Deut Norvan C Miller lice Weatherholl Tul Moorman1 Jess Moormail Norman C Miller H T llay W E Adams Walter Jarb66 Win Jurbob Jas H Bcarfn Marion Dunn John S Warrleid Willie Tinlall Dora Howard Richard Van Meter H E Ueatifa Estel Nation Charlie Tmdall Walter GrahamwJohn TindBll Pete Nation Allen Jennings John Bar1ln Jake Weattierholt P H Giahani U Farber Thos attu field Chester make JW Smith David Wbiley Noble Silly G F MeyeVle 11 L JohnSon W S Bernard D H SwernesSr Miller Smith Walter Meador Charlie JarBoe W R Pate Win Dr 3v Win N Johnson Abnet Dent Precinct No3 O R Tousey L T Reid Julian H Brown T F Bohter J W Woatberholt J H Dean Robert Dufce Lhas D HoOk Peter BaUman John Wood Geo Miller Chas May Sr H Gibbs John Weisenberg L W Yeager Wm Hoffius J B Noble B Bonl t H G Yeager J F May Fred May Sr T W Lewis T C Tonaey Leonard Cobb J T OConnel Albert Gram Carl L Ovorton W R Wilson Jesse B Bohler J F Morrison Guard Agnew Ernest Popham W Sanders H H Newton Cbas Furrpw A L Fort L H Sattertteld A Fallou D V Wilscn David Mattingly V V Tucker Jno Newton C Stiff G M Mullen Robert Nicholas Mal tin Laslifl Wm P Beavin William Cobb Sam Dean Sr Israel Holder Jas M Lewis Jack Jones Allen Tucker A C Hall- Edward L Pate Hardin Kinder Frank Hensey J F Mattingfer Steve Carmiin James Lane Rollie Fallph lilies King T Adams H K Pate D E Keys John Corley Fred Fat row S I Poohatn Jo Gedling Wm ORiley Peyton Eskridge D I OBrien Abe Pumphrey Alex Seatin Mort Pumpbfey Wm Puuiphrey E T p ta- Eugene Gbff Sterrett West Silas Lilliiid Jack Pumphrey J L Hawkins Willie Mills Adam Moorman Nat Hardin Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 34th StNew Yontat one time had hei beauty epoiledwith skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years hut nothing would cure it un til I used Buoklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 2 cat Short Haynes drug store In Honor or Miss Severs A noonday dinner party was given in honor of Miss Lula Severs Saturday by Miss Margaret Moorman Covers were laid for tho following Misses Lula Sevnrs Louise Babbage Jennie Mable Harris Ray Heyser and Mar garet Moorman CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Sjj S T TSignature of zttAf BUTTER FROM ONE COW A Homemade Crenmcr Tlmt In Preferred to the Lne of 1niiN A correspondent of the Rural New Yorker tells her way of making butter from one row with much less care and expense cud more satisfactorily than by the pun system She says We hud used a creamer with butter work er swing churn and pound printer with a fine herd of Jersey cows mak lug a Hue quality of butter and when a change In our business made it nec essary for us to keep only one cow we naturally wanted to make as good but ter with less machinery After some consideration we evolved a plan that has been very satisfactory We bought two one gallon carrying palls such as dairymen use and had a timer Insert n tube onehalf Inch and flaring to threequarters on the outside at the bottom of each pall the tube to be one inch In length These tubes are to be fitted securely with corks The covers should have three holes punched in them for venti lation The whole cost of these small creamers was not over 20 cents If there Is a rim at the bottom of the pall holes may be punched In it to help In the cool lug but they are not really essential The diagram shows the cream er A candy pall or tub deep enough to hold water to clime up us high as the milk In the eau and plenty of or dinar well waA lfiterI needed to set the mill for cream roils ing Well water at 45 degrees Is sulll clent to raise the cream In twelve hours lout If one has Ice It will save I the changing of water at each milking and colder water will raise the credoI more quicklyI In summer we set our milk In the cellar near our well chang ing the water at each milking In hot test weather but In cooler weather 1 it may be set on the back porch or any convenient place where It may not freeze We prefer to have our cow fresh in September and make winter butter and with this plan can have but ter equally as good as In summer Wo have two creamers for the first flush of milk and use only one later The milk Is strained directly Into the can and set In cold water to the depth of time milk with enough water so as to cool the milk The cream Is raised In twelve hours Care must be taken when draw Ing off the skim milk for the force of a full can Is considerable Draw off until the cream begins to show hold Ing the cork to lessen the rapid Ilowlu and stop the cream Shake the can un tll the cream Is all loosened and pour It Into a Jar to be set In a cool place where It may keep sweet until there la enough for a churning Iiivltlntr Trnnlilef Commenting upon the new proposi tion nov being brought to the front In the cotton situation namely the h hold lug of cotton for 1 vents Farm omit Ranch expresses tho opinion that IIloss this feature Is dropped thiiv Is little use to expect elocr nlntioiH be tween growers and spinners the latter already charging till Southern Cot ton association with bad faith in connection with this movement to change the cloven cent minimum to 15 cents In the words of the journal mention ed The cotton grower has 11 cents and better for his cotton This was promised him by tho associations Cot ton may reach 14 15 or IS cents n pound at Interior points before the season closes If It does reach 15 edits It will be the result of corners operated by speculators Instead of a mill demand That much is evident now as It has been for some months We seriously question the wisdom of the fifteen cent movement begun by Mr Jordan without consulting tho ex ecutive committee of the cotton asso- ciatIon We question this influence on F 1IIForIQ 700 Acres of good land six miles south of Irvington IIoFh I hundred of which is in state of cultivation highII Two hundred acres well W Ninety acres sown in wheat ID IdwellingId 40x60 n W Good young orchard Best watered place in the country rA desirable homo in every way W TfWill sell all or a part of the place to suit purchaser IIIIG E DRURYBEWLEYVILLE KY Itne cotton KUUUS mice rrnicfi iiiwrsii strong In tone Is not strong enough to take the cotton to be grown In the south next year If cotton prices rule about 15 cents this winter We are inviting trouble with next years crop in attempting to put cotton up to the point of too great profit in its culture mad that during the crop pitching sea son and with the growers but half or ganized There Is trouble ahead IIlRh Price For Cheese To me ono of the most gratifying features of the dairy business Is the ex ceedingly high price of cheese It in usually very unfortunate for any com modify to reach a point where the cost becomes prohibitive In this case It 1will of course have an unfavorable influence but it will be Insignificant beginningcream cheese and that at usual prevail Ing prices it Is a cheap food Almost anything In a box will bring 12 cents and some of the finest grades are not on time market at any price The cheese making sections have not enlarged and developed as rapidly as the butter dis trlcts largely on account of the sups nor value of skim milk over whey Sweet milk trap the separator an un derstanding how to balance It up with time grains and the fact that upon It young animals make the most satlsfat tory and profitable growth have aided In swelling the butter outputH E Cook In National Stockman A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted In thousands of homes as Death claims In each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Couchs and Colds are proper ly treated the tragedy is veiled F OHuntleyof Oaklandon Ind writes IMy wife had the consumption and three doctors nave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she ill well and strong It Kills the germ of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at COc and 100 by Short Haynes druggists Trial bottle fret Shipments Star Roller Mills shipped to Speed Minifree Louisville Friday one car load of bran Seaton W atherholt shipped to Louisville las week one car load or lumber About 7000 Ibs of iron sheeting w shipped here Saturday to Clovorpol Foundry Machine Co but was ol received by them They claimed Ihave countermanded the order I expressedWillLa r Friday two Jugs tar water The e piers was about flGO being more th the actual cot of the water at tl sprigs A reasonable amount of food thoroug ly digested and properly assimilat will alway increase the strengh your stomach is a little off Kod Dyspepsia Cure will digest whi you eat and enable the digest organs to assimilate and transfo all foods into tissuebuilding bloo Kodol relieves Sour Stomach Bolcnin HeartBurn and all forms of Inaige stsngtlneulSoldI Hiss Severs Party Miss Lula Severs wave a deligntf party at her home in the bast E Thursday evening Refreshm nts we served Special features of the evenin were the dancing of tho old fashi Virginia Reel and a military war under the direction of Mrs John All Murray Those present were Mt John Allen Murray Mrs D H Sever Mr and Mrs James Younger Miss Ray Heyser Maud Polk Grace Ferr Annie Jarboe Jennie Mabel Harrii Eva and Edith Plank Martha Willi A Louise Babbage Cleona Weathe host Margaret Moorman Rebecc Willis Donald Murray and Lnla Sever and Messrs W B Oelze Ira and Laj Behen Harry Weatherholt and Jno Babbage Jr r 7or nwz drcr 44 t- J 1 o 1 r j y o- t 1 1- 1w Iii 4 II II II 1 1 r I I II ar Ifs ir- mr r i fY Tab Breckenridge News DNESDAY JANUARY 31 1000 rLuther flYSTIC Dowell was at Hardinbur fpno day last week f FranK Bennet ample was the guest of Miss Laura Hicks Miss Lena Adtciason entertained her Jriends Tuesday evening Forest Beaucbamp was the guest of Misa Mnggie Cdshinnn last week EMiRS Blanche Grant Sample visit Eliza Dowell last week Wayne Reesor Bartles was the guest of Miss Nora Harrison Satur dayMiss Etta Policka was the guest o- fhrstster Mrs J F Basham last week Mies Nora Harrison has returned home from Mook wbeie she taught a successful school Mrs Will Robeiston and little daugh ter Mary visited John Avitt Lodibnrg Tuesday Mrs B H Beauchamp and daugh tertMyrtle visited her daughter Mrs tiIfjJhaw at Lodibnrg last Friday LMfs Znla Kauuban Stephensporr 11P has been visiting Miss Maggie Casham returned home last week Mr and Mrs Burton nee Pearl Beauchamp of Missouri have return ed to her old home near Mystic to re sideJohn Dowell is selling off his stock if and other personal property here with the intention ot going to Owonsboro to resideThe Mystic telephon3 meeting result ed in taking on some nev members and eztendina the lino to the Lodiburg ex change i and Mrs B F Harrison were ffIr to Stithton last week to attend of Mrs Harrisons father F B Leonard t J F Basbam who has been engaged in the mercantile business at Mystic has sold his property At Mystic tow L C Varble of Clltton wno will continue the sauio line of businessDudley The Grip Before we can sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves No one can realize tho suffer ing attendant upon an attack of the grip unless he has had tho actual experience There is probably no dr ease that causes so much physical ana mental agony or which so success fully defies medical aid All danger from the grip however may be avoid ed by the pronpt use of Chamber lains Cough Remedy Among tho tens or thousands who have used this remedy not one case ever nas been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by Short Haynes RAYMOND James Mercer visited John Avitt Sunday Sunday school is progressing nicely at this place Carlton Atar called on Miss Bessie Jnmpton Sunday Miss Pearl Mays closed her school at this place Friday The party at Dick Coomes Friday night was a success Miss Blanch Hall entertained a nom ber of her friends Saturday evening Mr Macry Garfield was the guest of Miss Sallie Compton Sunday Groves Severs Union Star was the gnest of Miss Join UrantFriday even e1Lg e ver Work Weakens Cl KidneysClUnhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood e All the blood In your body passes through q your kidneys once every three minutes ta a yourbloodf out the Impurities in blood they of order they to work Pains aches and rheumatism ex of uric In blood due to neglected kidney trouble I Kidney trouble causes quick unsteady heart beats I and makes feel as though Ivey dArt trouble because the heart Is working in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries i It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys nearlyLalltroubletyou you make no mistake by first doctoring kidneys The and the extraordinary effect of Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its C wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Us merits by druggists in 1 cent and onedollar stz es You may have ter waste or the If arc sick or out fall do their come from cess acid the or one jittf iver can t your mild Dr all fifty f sample bottle by mall Home swampRoot r free also pamphlet telling you how to find q out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remmbar tho name SwampHoot Swam- On DBinghamte Root and the addrol N Y t every bottle 1 Mr and Mrs Wentield Hendry were the guests of their parents I last week Miss Lena Avitt Lodiburg visited friends and relatives at this placo last week Messrs Cnester Chappie and Claude Crtmpell called on Misses Mary and Essie Cashman Sunday Miss unla Cashman has returm ll home after s pleasant visit to her sister Mrs O O Shrewberry at Bnrne Ind TAR FORK Wes Beatfy went to Fordsvillo last weekWash Robbins was in Cloverport TuesdayFrit Tabelinjj went to Hardinsburi WednesdayMrs Easton spout a week with relatives at Easton Silas Elmore is moving his mother to her son Owen Elmoves J B Bates and son Owen of Jolly were in our midst Tuesday Ed Hook is buying sheep at stood prices for Astr Newbeiry Cloverport Thos Hinton Uloverport was In this his former homo the first of last weekMiss Lllla Bnrdutte spout last ween with her cousins Misses Maliasa and Nella Muttingly of Mattingly Mrs Lena Beavin of Kirk visited her parents Mr and Mrs Joo Dunn also her sister Mrs Frank Tabeling SundayIvan Bates has returned to Owens boro and resumed the drug business having accepted a pnsitioa in Tindals drug store Impressed With Capitol Site Frankfort Ky Jan 18Speclal The Capitol Committee of tne two Houses were taken all the gaits today Just atfer the adjournment at noon Gv Beckham andI the Capitol Ccm mission accompanied by FranK M Andrews the architect took the committees to tne capitol site and showed just waist work han been aono Con siderabe advancement has been made on the foundation and tho members of the cities wore much impressed with the adequacy and beauty of the site and surroundings Somo of the mcmbais of the committee in their enthusiasm declared that an appropriation for aII Governors mansion should be made at once and they picked out tho site fof it Gov Beckham said however that he wanted a capitol for the State firstAt 4 oclock the committees were given another hurdln They listened to the architect talk Th y took tho jump or most of them did with perfect ease Mr Andrews painted a million dollar picture that had most of tba members fascinated to the point of hypnotic trance He had terracer walks drives retaining walls bronze lamps and historical groups that sent souls soaring now to Avoid Pneumonia We have neVAr heard of a single instance of a cold results ug in Pneu monia or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough hut heals and strengthens the lungs Ask for FoleyH Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Dr C J Bishop of A new Mich writes I have used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every caseSold by A R Fisher Obituary Stanley Smith was born April 25 1847 died Jan 10 100 age 53 years Mr Smith had a stroke of paralysis Sunday which caused his deathHe is survived by a wife and six children Mr Smith was well liked by all who Knew him and will be greatly missed by his friends The bereaved family have the deepest sym pathy of the entire community Mrs Smith wishes to thank her friends for their kindness to her dur ing the illness of her husband and at his death F D Flowers For Weatherholt Marion Weatherholt came up from Cloverport lust week and qualified for the fifth time as Notary Public He is a good one and is a careful and ac curate business man He reports an increasing banking business and his hands full of worK His pockets will also be lull of money earned in that way which the Good Book says we shall earn our daily bread Mr Weatherholt distributed a number of attractive calendars for tho Clover port Foundry and Machine Company Breckenrldgfl Democrat GARRETT Z J M Tindall went to Brandenburg Friday A large crowd attended the sale of uncle Chess Richies Thursday Little daughter of Eugene Medley burned herself badly last Thursday Miss Bettie Osporne was guest of her sister Mrs Clarence Allen Fri day v Tumors ConqueredWithout Operations Unqualified Success of Lydia E PinKhams Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs Fox and Miss Adams l MlJFannie Fox gff1iisLuellaAdams I One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is tho conquering of womans dread enemy Tumor Socalled wandering pins may oomo from its early stages or the pres ence of danger may bo made manifest by excessive monthly periods accom panied by unusual pam extending from the abdomen through the groin and thighsIf have mysterious pains if there are indicationsof inflammation ulcera tion or displacement dont wait for tune to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of a hospital opera tion secure Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound at once and begin its use and write Mrs Pinkham of Lynn Mass for advice Read these strong letters from grate ful women who have been cured Dear Mrs Pinkham First Letter In looking over your book I see that your medicine cures rumors I have been to a doctor and be tells me I have a tumor I will bo more than grateful If you cnn help opcratlonFaunloD Dear Mrs Pinkham Second Letter- I take the liberty to congratulate you on the success I have had with your wonderful medicineEighteen months ago my periods stopped Shortly after I felt so badly I sub mitted to a thorough examination by a phy sician and was told that I bad a tumor mid operationI menta nil decided to give Lydia B Pink ham s Vegetable Compound a trial After thou bottles as directed the tumor is entirely gone I have again been examined Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable a Womans for Womens Dr J P Sheklett met with the Board of Health at Brandenburg MondayMr and Mrs Joseph thief spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will WrightW Sbacklett wno has been in Missouri seeking a location return ed home Thursday daughterlII A colt belonging to App Shacklet broke one of its legs Dr J P Shack lett was called to set it Miss Rachel Shacklett and Mrs Newton Simpson spent Saturday with Mrs James Foushee Mrs James Fousb e spent Wednes day with her sister Mrs John Sipes who has hall A severe attack of Kigrippe A Jamaican Lady Speaks tlighly of Cham herlains Cough Remedy Ms Michael Hart wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies says that he has for some years used Cham berlains Cough Remedy for coughs and croup whooping cough and has found it very beneficial She has as implicit confidence in Itnnd would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold by Short Haynes Cloverport BIG SPRING Dolph Richardson was in Branden burg Saturday William Griffith has moved to the old Sandy Casay farm Dave Coleman Louisville was here during his mothers illness Miss Lilho Clarkson left for Shaw nee Okla Monday to visit relatives Henry Hardin Elizabethtown ac by Dr Floyd Duncan Salt Lake City Utah were hero last week to hunt but were snowed luJoo Bewley of Ohio county was here Jast week visiting his brothers William and James R S Dowell C C Martin and A A Scott were in Louisville last week selling their tobacco Mr and Mrs Wm Bewley Louis ville were here during ho Illness of her mother Sire Coleman Miss Fannie Cain Hardaway enter ed the Hardin county college at Elizabethtown Monday tan 22 liii CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION I by the physician and he says I have no slgcs- rof f tumor now It has also brought my periods around once more and I am entirely well I shall never Ixs without a bot CornpoumlInAnother Case of Tumor Cured Vegetable Dear Mrs Pinkham painInragingheadachesbut finding that I did not get any better he examined me and to my surprise declared I had a tumor I felt sure that it meant my death warrant and was very disheartenedl I spent hundreds of dollars In doctoring but the tumor keptI growing till the doctor sold that nothing but an operation would save me Fortunately I corresponded1 with my aunt in one of the New LydiaKmilling to an mMration and I at once started taking a regular treatment finding to my great relief that toy general health began to Improve and after three months I notIced that the tumor hail reduced in slzo I kept oti taking the Compound nod in ten months it had entirely disappeared without an operation and using no modlcfno but Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and words gooditnade Hotel Seattle Waul Such unquestionable testimony proves the value of Lydiii Fl Pinkhnins Vegetable Compound and should give confidence and hope to every sick womanMrs Pinkhnin invites all ailing women to write to hermit Lynn for advice MassI E Compound Remedy Ills uuII companied u u Miss Myrtle Moorman has returned home aftT several months visit to her sister Mrs Asher at Murray Ky Gabe Meador representing a sad dleiy and harness firm of Oweusboro was here last weuK with nis line of samples HAS STOOD TUB TEST 25 YEARS The old orlKliml JKOVES Tasteless ChillITonic You know what you are Is Iron nod quinine In a tasteless form oIiMire no pay 60i Mrs Wm Coleman Dead Big Spring Ky Tan 22dpll- r8 Wrt Coleman Sraged sixty four years died ednesday from com plications following pnumoniu Her remains were interred in the crave I yard at Marys Urove For coughs and tolls 110 remedy is equal to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It is different from all otheis better because it expels all cold from the system bv acting as a cathartic on the bowels Affords im mediate relief in Croup Coughs Colds Whooping cough etc Children love it Sold by all Druggists Free Reclining Chair Cars The Southern Railway have inaug crated free reclining chair car service between Louisville nnd Evansvlle on their lust through trains leaving Lou isville 730 a m and 500 p m dally and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operate free reclining chairs on night traits from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Bailway is 23 miles the shortest from Lonivsillo to Danville and forty three miles the shortest tot Louis Leases Johnson Lot Jno D Ikbbngc has leased the Johnson lot adjoining his resi dence in tho East End for live years Air Babbnge will put new fencing around the lot and use it for a truck garden Mrs HendrIcks Dead Garrett KyNews has been re ceived here of the death of MM Rot ert Hendricks nee Diusie Wright of Texas She left hEro In October lor her southern homo She leave a sister and two brothers living near here Honor of Miss Agnew I IIn Mrs Guard Agnew enter I titII 1RosaI BALLSVEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color It used to have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dandruff disappears An elegant dressing U Sftt fiWEfS JIQ T 10e0o00e000selleeeo1 N1 +NN f Hank of HardinsburgSurp- lus iand Undivided Profits 2640000 OFFICERS iA B F BEARD PRHSIDKNT M H BEARD Cashier IArr COMPTON Assistant DIRECTORS CashierffMorris Kskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C e Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson p Insured against loss by fire or burglary i 2Interest paid on time depositsi eN1000Deeeeo11NN0006ti e First State Bank IRVINGTON KYjj t W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Presiden 0 iH H KEMPER CashieriC Accounts of Corporations Firms nnd Individuals soJicitcdIII Interest Paid on Time Deposits N0iHH1NltItIl eoeeeee NNiN NtN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1572 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier nu- DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILIMAN Atst Cubic Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations lolicited Any business entrusted to us will receive pioinpt rind careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furni hedonr cnstomni tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits uu L or + or j THE Fifth Avenue I HOTEL Louisville Ky iqiqPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + FiguresOn I Farms 4 J The most centrally located and onlj y i Qrstcliiss hotel In the city tmiklDR s r- 1200 ratelur Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from vt the principal theatres ii cars pass the door to all parts I1Etreet cltViEverything neat andlclenni I If you could sell your farm today for J100 an acre and buy it back tomorrow for 110 an acre You would do it If you con buy the 100 land for 110 some where else the proposition is just as good You can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do it If you wish to Snow more about It write fur mptisof our Texas and bunks They are frre I lJldnhomaIIA HILTON General Passenger gel 951 Frisco Gldg Sf Louis I onp ii YOUR OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU IN THE GREAT SOUTHWEST h n Will you improve it That vast territory embraced iu the boundaries of Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico is more than n land of full dinner pails It is the land of the full barn the full larder the full pocketbook the full cup of happiness In a word the successful Write for our illustrated booklets andl get the details 75 per cent of the ONE WEY RATE for the Round Trip Half Fare plus 2 One Way First and Third Tuesdays in January and February Full information un request GEO II LEE G P A II J McGUIRE D P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 Try SL Want Ad in the News at I = h c t R r f j t 1 l J t I t j f Ii I Y I t l t ftifti u i i C i 7 z T 7i r ri n I J 4 If r r tI ii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY JANURRY 31 1906 HMtD LUCK If the average man or woman who thinks he is being badly treated by fate could only know something about other peoples trials he or she would have little to complain of 1 was feeling a little blue one day over matters About every kind of a lefthanded knock fate could give me had been dealt out in n 24hour round Chancing to glance up as I passed along tho street Isaw a curious object Then I found it was part of a man His legs had been cut off at tho thigh He was blindand walked on his hands Nevertheless he whistled merrily to himself and with his little bundle of newspapers under his arm worked his way between the passing throng of legs I stood and watched him out ofsightfelt ashamed of myself took a fresh hold on the trials and difficulties that the presentation of a new idea had brought down on me and determined if that fellow could whistle I couldE G Lewis in Woman s Magazine ATTENTION of city Councilmen is respectively called to the law code on first page MAVOK Harris is till right He stands for a commercial club for local option and for everything that will help Cloverport SOMK body is going to blushawhen they read the names attached to the election petition published on another page in this issue TUB saloon has long carried the black tIng Henceforth the churchand her allies in this particular warfare must carry it too Bishop Fitzgerald Wni Senator Owen do his duty by the people who elected him when the vote is taken on the County Cnit bill at Frankfort Here is a grand opportunity for Dick to fill his campaign hints HKNKV WATTKIISOX has gone to Naples Flu to spend the re mainder of the winter Mars Henry says there is no place in the world like grand old America for winter resorts And he knows too THE average saloon ought not to be defended by our trade but ought to be condemned In small towns the average saloon is a nuisance and also in large towns It is the resort for all tough characters and in the South for all idle negroes Wine and Spirit Circular SHVHX thousand invitations have been sent out to Miss Alice Iloosevelts wedding Three thousand of them go abroad It will be remembered that Miss Alice recently returned from foreign shores laidoned with gifts It is obvious that Miss Roosevelt has imbibed some of her fathers spirit of reciprocity Andrew Paul marshal at Girard Pa works for the glory of working 1His1 salary is 1 yearly and he pays 50 cents each New Year to the man who swears him in This leaves him a half dollar to show for his labor lIe is required to furnish a bond in the sum of l000 Kx- This man has gone wrong He should start a country weekly THK law makers at Frankfort in our opinion should not act rashly in regard to the bill before the Legislature requiring tho makers of patent medicines to paste a formula of their medicine on every hot tle of it ftoldlin Kentucky It is true that some patent medicines possess very little merit as curative powers but it is not true that all of them possess no merit whatever Many proprietary medicines are the result of ninny years of study and are really worthy of the name medicine It can he readily seen why physicians do not uphold patent medicines since it is detrimental to the financial success of the pro fession The News believes the bill before the Legislature should be modified in some way whereby the makers of these patent medicines will have some protection for to divulge their formula would prac tically mean death to their business Ien Mens1 150 Shoes at Ladies 175 Shoes at 98e i H == == Give the law a sqnare dealby en forcing it Toe morals ot a town is the salt of it Lets have plenty ot salt in Clover port Many ot our coi respondents letters aro omitted this week for lack of space They will appear in our next issue in full If your name is signed to the elec Lion petition dont get mad at as You should nut have put it there Tnls is a public matter and public matters as every one knows are open to the press I An exchange in commenting upon the life of BIshop Galloway of Mississ ippi had this among other tnings to say He has done much also for the cause of temperance He led the forces that gave to Mississippi the temper ance laws that have well nigh put whisky out of the State He is a born leader of men and with his culture and eloquence consecrated to tho ser vice ot the Lord he has been a great clewing not only to his own church but to this day and generation Has this part of the country any men like Bishop jalloway We publish a notice this week from 8 T Smith county road supervisor We want all of our peeple to read it When a man talks like Mr Smith does in this notice something must come of it if his words are backed up with fearless action The road system of the county would perhaps be all right if it were worked out What Breckenridge needs is fearless men that will enforce the law Tne county would doubtless have good roads all over it if its road law was enforces Farmers from every section in the county are continually telling us of the bad roads Some definite action that would bring results should be made and Judge Moorman and Mr Smith should have the hearty Ico operation of every citilzen in the county in their efforts to bring about better roads LETTER TO BRECKENRIDGENEWS ERS Short and llaynes Guarantee llyomei to Cure Catarrh or It Cost Nothing Kdltor of the Breckeuridge News In View of the prevalence of catarrhal troubles at this season of the year wt want to tell your readers that we have never sold anything that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used in in catarrhal troubles You get im mediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this prepara tion Personally we are interested in Hy omei for it is made and sold on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in con nection with Hyomei It is a thoroughly local treatment for a local disease and its soothing healing medication goes direct to the spot where Itis need edThe complete Hyomei outfit consists of a pIcket iuhaera medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only ft1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 30 cents We positively guarantee a cure when Hyouie is used in accordance with directions cr we will refund your money This certainly shows our faith and belief in the virtues of Hyomei Yours very truly Short Haynes In Honor of Miss Severs Miss Maud Polk entertained Satur day evening at her home on the East- Side in honor of Miss Lula Severn Those present were Mr and Mrs James Younger Misses Lnla Severs Ray Heyser Eliza Squires Jennie Harris Anna Jarboe Edna Jarboe Eva Plank Edith Plans Reba Lewis Grace Plank Martha Willis Ree Willis Oleona Weatherholt Donald Mnrry Katherine Moorman Messrs Lafe Behen Harvey Stone Walter Oelze Ivan Damewood Harry Weath erholt Our Weekly Clearance Sale Positively the last offer of Low Prices on Shoes We must make room for Spring Stock Take the values now while they last 148n98cI CLadies n Ladies Si 25 Shoes at 98C Boys 90ate 9at0C IFor Spot Cash only No produce no checks None sent on approval This week only SON Cloverport lABBAGE Ky JIll w fUn J1 JlII nW J11J nn n Y Our Latest and Greatest I IRRESISTIBLE SUCCESS FREE See The BUSY BEE It talks laughs sings But never stings GRAPHOPHONES propose There Nothing Faky in Busy Bee Talking Machine It is a Genuine Graphophone of a Superior Type admitted to of an excellent quality those who have it we of in to is just step in hear it Here Our Offer Which the Greatest of Our Career every cash purchase we will a showing amount of your purchase you have purchased in this way to amount 25 and presented your tickets FREE ALL COST this Graphophono This offer expires April For additional purchases of we will give FREE BUSY BEE GOLD MOULED RECORD is fullness of tone sweetness of musicTe will these records each There nothing slow in this combination Everything TipTop Our premiums the Greatest Our Goods Incomparable Our prices Reasonable Our business is a combination of BARGAINS flora of week to other everywhere throughout store The HIGH GRADE and LOW PRICE together ITS WONDERFUL what a will in complete of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishings Hardware Wagons Farm Implements Crockery Queensware Groceries Furniture Carpets Stoves and anything you want in the way of Merchandise Remember This does away with 5 cent rebate at store You your tickets on a Graphophono Record or Merchandise as have always done just as lik- eDont fail to see our 5 and IDc Counter Yours very truly 1 B F S CO Hardinsburg Ky r 7 YourWants WantsSupplied fWe fully prepared to supply your thing in with entire satisfaction Repair work is of specialties Jewelry watches or anything that repaired depend on us to it right lWo respectfully solicit your patronage LEWIS SON HARDINSBURG KY J done Alexander Petty a good and negro Monday night of consumption He was fortynine of had lived Nobe for twelve years Be a and three children i FREESTOP STOPREAD People are paying from 20 100 for We to give away is our be by heard and all ask you order prove this and is is With give you ticket the After the of OF 15th So one which noted the world over for and sell for 35c is bid for one end the tho Its the same the the dollar do our line not do the per our can use you you n BEARD are wants for any our line one our can be you can do T C Faithful Worker reliable died years age and with Mr Pate left wife to them go Ana j NOTICE TO- OVERSEERS j j i published t livered to each overseer in the county These notices stated in unmistakable language the duties of overseers There was duo at the August 1905 term of the FiscalII Court a report from each overseer in the county That report should have contained statement of the condition of each overseers road the names of each hand who- failed to work on the roadthe time that lie failed to work be it onehalf day or the entire four days The failure of the overseers to do their duty is the cause of the failure of the road system employed in the county If this1 1 J J f il t7 ilI overseersishands If you have not worked your four days or have timeIyou had as well report these facts at once for you will t mayfeelso and that he is or can bo exempt for this reason but you will later find out that there are no favorites If any Ulan failed to work 1 want to know the cause we will be the judge of its sufficiency The law prescribes a fine of from 5 to 15 for each failure to perform your duty If4 4you expect to escape this fine make your report at once the notice in the papers was not inserted at the countys duj ties Now willavail anythingj favor Very respectfully j Cji r af ar t A c SdIr 41 r 1 t fe s o r yV y- D t 1 a r N l- i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSf1 JI4 Mias All lr MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1906 PART TWO Ilgi f V l RDrR Drrr YeSe B1 = tel OF tt ED wilt aper es her ICE OS irealise u can 9t as er I t al pubs lotices seers Fiscal That lition 1 who work luro of- failure fr this reeers 1m the 11 have r time l m itioni ou may so and ni but If any will be Line of 1 ty If- onceLt untys OU1 du m any rear or I C t l BANK NOTE EXPANSION JIANY NATIONAL BANKS ESTAD AlSllGD SINCE REDUCTION OF REQUIRED CAPITAL Unprecedened Increase of Insti tutions and Consequent Expansion ofBurnt Note Circulation May Cause Depression Thero is a boom In the organization of national banks It has been in progress for five years or ever sinco tho passage by Congress of tho act permit ting national banks to be organized with a capital of 25000 Instead of the lalnlmum of 100000 capital as the law stand prior to March 1900 Though the multiplication of small national banks has been going forward at a startling pace it is only recently that tho great increase in tho number of new banks has begun to impress it eelf on farseeing financiers as exces sive It is felt that the unprecedented Increase In banks and the consequent expansion of national bank noto cir culation has either gone so far or soon may go so far as to constitute a na tional menace There are many financiers who though they look with apprehension on a boom in national banks yet feel that we have not reached the danger line and that the country is able to absorb all the national bank noto circulation that is likely to bo issued on the present bonded debt of the United States It is proposed that at tho next ses sion of Congress the bonds to be sold for the construction of the Panama canal shall also be mado a basis for tank note circulation and this ex pansion It Is thought may provo ex j Walton BARONESS VON STERN BURG Baroness von Sternburg tho Amen can wife of tho German Ambassador and preeminently the most sweetly beautiful woman in official life at o national capital has lately returned to Washington from abroad a proud and happy woman by reason of tho miracle worked by a wonderful sur gical operation performed In Germany few months ago The Baroness when a young girl fell from a horse and sustained an injury to one limb which has ever since necessitated her- M with a cane Boinfl time nco nn eminent German Burgeon performed nn operation upon one of the ladles of tho royal family who had received nn exactly similar Injury and the succes which crown ed his from wns such that the beau dial bride of the Raiser envoy in America was Induced to nndtnro simi mar treatment For weeks Ber tool wns held fnttfe grip of n IIB r cant but finally fho rlrffl Imndrfces were removed and she wan fr a fd to ber native land with the use of tho lopf tnofflpfont member fully resteHl- Baroness von Sternbnrs wfio wr e Van Tallinn inirnnia Is California girl ana tier mttrrlnw to Baron Speck yon Srernhnrp came lls fie culmina tion of t+ws e IHe uretHert Interna tional romance Tn whlfti an Tmerl pin ctrl line f Tile Wna twanty anti Ud titled fcornffin diplo mat firrdmat on shlTrtxmrrt whlto ios pTng the XHantte It caws Banoefr Q Jy near betntr n wise Of love nt first Teht on hotK oM q fine ffie iHeroin Vriveramenti vfitcH feilfe fatherir Jnterwft fn Ws yermjr officer nnfl t fttaff imen threatened to tindo Cunlds jrorlc 5IntltHnr LI ft tustomaryJD cessive The danger lino will bo reached when the bank note circulation comes to bear an undue relation to the gold reserve of the United States treas ury The growth in national bank notes in five years has increased their amount trom 216000000 to 478000 000 based on government bonds or about 50000000 per annum It Is calculated that tho gold stock of the country increases annually In about the proportion that population Increases During the last fiscal year the basis money of tho nation was increased by the addition of 23000000 in gold cer tificates It is urged that as the bank note circulation increases faster than tho growth of tho money of redemp tion the process tends toward Inflation It adds to the burden of money which the gold reserve must maintain at parityNo remedy for this situation Is In and is stated that it may be that an unhappy financial depression will be needed to call the attention of tho whole country to the necessity for caution in loading up trade with too great an Issue of bank notes At present thero is no limitation on the or ganization of national banks except that they cannot go beyond the bonded debt The bonded debt is now 895 000000 of which 482000000 Is used as security for note issues and 65000 000 as security for government deposits An Issue of 130000000 of canal bonds has been authorized and tho whole world knows that other is sues of canal bonds must be mado It tho canal Is to be constructed on the lock principle this bond issue will necessarily be doubled and probably trebled When the canal Is cut down to sea level the cost of construction will very nearly be doubled and tho bond issuo accordingly increased vCqJYnzhi Fawcttt f a king return T n fl it sight It such cases that the American girl should bring to the man of her choice a fortune of 20000 Now Miss Langham comes of a very old Kentucky family but none of its members happened to have 20000 to bestow as a dowry and for a time tho course of true love appeared to run anything but smoothly but in the end the Teutonic officials relented nnd the couple wero married When Baron von Sternburg took his bride to the Fatherland she curried everything before her by virtue of her beauty and sweet disposition and the German Emperor remarked If I wereran artist I would wish for nothing better than to paint your portrait The Baroness has violet eyes with Tone dark Inahes reddish blonde hair Although and n mnrvt10119 comnlexlon nntlve ot the nnEnellshman I Ratenher fnther wns and tier mother rt native of Ohtcn oo This mistress of the German Em hnsay at Wnshlnirtnn Is nlmoct ns tm rt home In Europe ns In Amer ira for sbe was pilucntel In PnrlA and T resden nnfl mnVTe her formal entry inv Roptnfr In London The Hternhnrjrfl nro nmontr thn closest perronnl frlendsof the ProRt dent and Mrs Roosevelt Indeed the r an then n mere secretary nt the innrnn Enrtinssy was one of Mr noosevpltP rmno In the days when the present Ohinf Mnelsrrnte wnsn CMl Pervlee Commissioner The two men roo and walked to nwnj most daily nn 1 nntnrnlly flent woe delighted when his old chum ohose nn American girl for his bride end the Baron and his wife spent a nnrHon of their honeymoon at the White House LARGEST OF SHIP DOCKS TUB DEWEY1 NOW PLOWING THE ATLANTIC AND HOUND FOR TUB PHILIPPINES Will Require Four Months to Make Trip Capable of Lifting Biggest War Ship Superior to Stationary Docks The huge storm waves of tho Atlan tic In midwinter seem to roll onward in a resistless torrent of destruction to all In their pathway But this year they aro beating against an indom itable structure for the United States Government is shipping to its far ofi naval station at Cavito something that floats but is yet not a war vessel a fortress or a merchant ship Capable of use in either peaco or war it is a very necessary adjunct to Undo Sams Navy This structure which has been breasting tho waves of the Atlantic is tho gigantic new floating dry dock Dewey but recently built by the Maryland Steel Company of Sparrows Point near Baltimore While there are numerous dry docks in tho far East which are available for Undo Sams Navy in times of peace the gates of these would bo barred to his fighting ships were ho to get into an embrogllo with any foreign power This fact determined the Navy Depart ment to build a great dry dock which could be towed from one port to an other or used in tho open seas The recent success attained by tho Govern ment floating dry dock at New Orleans induced the naval officials to decide that this new factor In shiprepair should not bo stationary but rathe- one of the floating variety In order that it might bo capable of docking th largest battle ships not only of the present day but of such possible ex pansion as tho futuro might bring forth the Government specifications required that the Dewey should be able to dock a 16000 ton ship in fou hours from the time tho warrior en tered the trough to the moment the keel was out of water The Largest In the World Such specifications meant that upon completion of the Dewey the Govern ment would possess tho largest float Ing dry dock In the world Th contractors went further than the Government specifications and gavo the new dock a capacity of 20000 tons The question might be asked what sort of monster Is this which floats and yet can bodily lift the hugo fighting terrors of the sea It Is nothing more than a largo steel floating box with a bottom and two long sides but with the top and ends missing the bottom resting upon great square tanks 18Y1 feet deep With an opening of certain valves enough water Is allowed to rush into sink the great trough untilI the floor is sufficiently below water level for the largest warship to enter between the two protruding sides After the vessel Is within tho enclosure the water is pumped out of the tanks and the great trough rises until the floor Is well above the wash of the sea Any surplus water remaining on the floor of the tank drains off and the ship on becoming dry may bo painted cleaned or repaired The giant leviathan of war is handled as though it were a toy The Dewey has a total length of about 500 feet and a height of 64I feet from the bottom yet in order to dock a vessel demanding a depth of 30 feet in the trough the bottom of the tank sinks to a depth of 63 feet Float- Ing by Itself It draws but 6 feet of waterThe United States Government was very strict in all requirements of Its contract with the constructing com pany and Insisted that the dock should be carefully tested before being ac ceptedLast spring tho battleship Iowa was docked in the Dewey and within an hour and a half from the time that she was in position her keel was out of the In thn same month tho United States battleship Colorado with a displacement of nearly 2000 tons moro than the Iowa was docked in two and sixteen minutes I Will Baffle the Toredo One of the most essential for a dry dock in the Philippine Islands Is caused by the accumulation of a great amount of marine growth upon the hulls of all vessels spending any length of time In tropical waters Naturally a steel dry dock in such a locality would also become befouled by barnacles tore dos etc and It Is at this nolnt that a most peculiar feature of the Dewey Is brought to light for In addition to being able to lift the heav lest battleships of the Navy it can lift itself as welL In other words it raises its own bottom out of the water while floating only upon its great hol low side box and the bottom in turn lifts up tho side box to a sufficient height to permit of its being scraped cleaned and copper painted Notwithstanding the apparently In tricate problems confronted in the construction of such a huge engine the Navy Department had a still greater problem to solve when it considered methods of sending tho Dewey to the Philippine Islands The great size of the machine meant that it could make but slow progress through the water and the Government had had no expe rienco in sending such structures across the uncertain Atlantic How ever the inducement of extra good salaries enabled the officials to obtain a crew of experienced men to handle the dock The hollow sides of the enor mous engine provide abundant living quarters for the crew of thirty and aro as good as the best quarters on any man of war There Is on board a com plete distilling apparatus for making fresh water and the ration allowances are double those received by the men of the United States Navy Since the dock has left the United States it has been in almost continuous communication with the shore by means of the wireless telegraphy apparatus on board as well as on the three naval vessels towing it It is supposed by the Government officials that it will take near ly four months for tho structure to make the trip to the Philippines Games for the Mariners The great floor of the Dewey Is of sufficient size to allow of a regulation probrably will bo taken advantage of when reachedeShould the little fleet meet with a hur ricane such as might usually bo encoun tered on the Atlantic in winter the towing steams could throw off the tow lines and the Dewey could be filled depthrwhich would assure its safety until after the storm had passed away the towing boats could find safo refuge within the dock Tho route taken by the fleet is as follows After passing out of Ches apeake Day it takes a courso duo east ward across the Atlantic to the Mae deira Islands from whence it enters the Medlterranena through the Straits of Gibraltar until the Suez Canal is reached Tho traversing of tho Suez Canal was another problem which faced the officials of the Navy Depart ment but after making careful measurements it was found that tho dock would easily pass through the Canal The fee that the United States Government Is called upon to pay for the use of the Canal for this purpose is 30000 passing through the Suez Canal the squadron of three towing boats and the dock will sail through I the Red Sea between Arabia and Af rica and thence on to the Indian Ocean Singapore will probably be a stopping place for the expedition and after going through the straits of Ma lacca it will pass up the China Sand thence to the Cavlte naval station reaching there just about in time for tho EasterholidaysOther Docks The United States has a couple o other floating dry docks oa at AI La but recently completed an another at Pensacola Fla formerly stationed at Havana Before the float ing dry dock was considered a the stationary dry dock was the only kind available This was completed upon shore generally of concrete and granite with sloping sides and a con cave trough for the hulls of vessels t tit Into Tho Navy has sixteen of these four being situated at Brooklyn three at Norfolk two each at Philadelphia and Mare Island California and BATTLESHIP IOWA IN NEW DOCK DEWEY water hours needs while After Biers success one each at Portsmouth N IL Charleston S C and Puget Sound WashingtonThe rival to the Dewey among the floating dry docks of the world is that at Bermuda While it Is 45 feet longer than the Dewey Its lifting capacity is but 16500 tons which Is 3500 tons less than the American structure In Austria there Is also a floating dry dock of 15000 capacity and one in Germany capable of lifting a burden of 11000 tons A Peculiarity of Siberia In parts of Siberia corpses that have lain burled for 150 years have been exhumed and found In a state of perfect preservation The soil freezes many feet deep and goes not altogether thaw out la Hummer NATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS GREAT WORK OF TIlE GOVERN MENT IS TUB SUBJUGATION OF TUB DESERT Thirtyseven Million Dollars to Be Used by Uncle Sam in the Construc tion of Great Works and Creation of Homes There is no public work being done by Uncle Sam which has within a few years sprung Into such prominence and which promises such substantial returns as the reclamation of his des ert lands under tho National Irrigation Law Thirtyseven million dollars for Irri gation This amount as shown by the following table is tho estimated figure of the appropriation for irrigation DAM SITE THE GUNIHSON work will be available In the fiscal year of 1908 the sum realized from the solo of Western public lands since the year of tho passage of the irrigation law Year Ending Juno 30 1901 314482191 4 30 1902 458552053 I 30 1903 871399660 4 30 1904 682625359 975797887f300000000dTotal T rT 3702857150 Tho estimates for 1906 1907 and 1908 aro mado by the General Land OfficeThis fund Is according to tho law to be invested by the Secretary of the- o Interior in feasible irrigation projects which will repay the amount to the Government In ten annual Installments from tho settlers The apportionment of tho fund by Secretary Hitchcock has been practi cally completed and the plans matured for expending the entire fund on cer thin definite projects in the West which practically brings to an end fur ther surveys and examinations and permits the concentration of effort of the Reclamation Service on the build ing of a few important projects irrigation and Rivers and Harbors There are many people who do not entirely understand tho difference be tween the appropriations made for the reclaiming of arid lands and those for the improvement of rivers and harbors There is a disposition to criti cize Congress for permitting tho ex penditure of millions In making hab itable and productive largo areas of the public domain now worthless and at the same time cutting down the appropriation for work on our national waterwaysApparently the fact has been over that Congress has never made an appropriation of any specific sum for reclamation On Juno 17 1902 the reclamation law was passed setting aside the proceeds from the sales of public lands in certain Western States and territories for the construction of Irrigation works within the borders The law at tho same time provided that every dollar so expended should be returned to the Government by the settlers who take up the lands reclaimed In other words the nation made an advance of the receipts from the sales of certain public property to mako marketable other public property Out of the many millions ex pended by tho Government in river and harbor improvements not a cent has ever been returned directly to tho Treasury nor was it expected that any return would bo mad- eDepartments Wide Authority Tho irrigation act gives the Secretary of the Interior a very wide lati tude in the investment of this largo fund although ho is required to spend ON RIVER which looked the major portion of tho lund arising from the sale of public lauds within each State or territory for the benefit of their lands so far as practicable It is a recognized fact that the contributions to the fund from the vari ous States are in most cases not in pro portion to the need of those States for irrigation Arizona and Nevada for Instance whoso lands have contrib uted very little to the fund havo opportunityother hand North Dakota and Oklaho ma though largo contributors kayo perhaps the least actual need for irrigation of any of the Western States In some cases the chief aim of politi cians has been apparently not so much to develop Irrigation as to secure the expenditure of Federal funds In the section they represent liar the Enmity of Land Grabbers ment as displayed by Secretary hitch- cock has of course given rise to more or less adverse criticism and attack especially from men who have viewed the reclamation act as a great oppor tunity for either direct or indirect per soual advancement The men by whom tho public domain has long been con sidered a legitimate prey hailed the passage of the irrigation act as an im proved method of converting to their use the nations resources in the West Mr Hitchcocks vigorous measures however have seriously interfered with their proceedings and they are correspondingly bitter in their denun clatlons of his acts The States thus far to chiefly benefit through the irrigation law aro Ari zona Wyoming Montana and Nevada although some of them have them selves made to it considerable contri buttons Wyoming because of its stra tegic geographical position and the fact that much of tho water supply of the West originates in that part of the State must of necessity have the stor Continued on next page is the title of Our New Catalogue for 1906 the most beauti ful and instructive horticultural publication of the day 186 pages 700 engravings 7 superb colored plates 17 duotone plates of vegetables and flowers To tUo ih4 ttttloBiie the Ingest powlblo distribution we snake the following liberal offe- tek Every Empty Envelope jf Counts as Cash this idrertltement was leen and who y o every one who will tale where wilt mall the catalogue and aha lend lreo4 IIIt1Olu Ten Ccnu In stamps we contain- Ing or seeds of chance our ramoul SOCent Uenderaon Collection mixed ooe packet each of Grnl Mixed Swus Put Giant Fancy Panda Giant Vittul AIrrq mixedd hinder Nero rot Letlutet Rarly Ruhj7nat4 Uin Tlff t fcrM MMi In coupon envelopewhich whencmplet- and order returned will be accepted as a 23centc h payment on any amounting to 100 and upward L u uj w kryr r 1 t R f I I I i f a t t o t r qii I d oU rd i 1X1l I t J iT 0 4e- I tc l eIe- Ii t i i I + i P t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1005 TlltfS Pills This popular remedy never falls to effectually cure r Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness And ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion ii The natural result Is good appetite end solid flesh Dose small elegant ly sugar coated and easy to swaUow Take No Substitute r Fresh Candles Weatherholt Jess Miller Sample was here Mon jday t Best and freshest line fancy grocer q1es in townWeatherholt- Cbas Muy was in Louisville pas t weelC O K Groves Toblnsport was here Satnday Engraved cards any style New- di ice Prompt delivery service and lowest prlceaWeatherholt X printed visiting cards 50 for 00- News office See samples r Go to Weatherholt for the groceriesAndrew Crawford JrStepbensport is sick with pneumonia E A Miller Stephonsporr was hero Monday on business Jno D Babbage Jr was iin fetephensport Monday Leo W Valdranf Henderson was the guest of Miss Eliza May last week Mrs Edw C Atkisson and baby Btephensport went to Henderson MondayEngraved cards latest and most popular styles See samples office Every lady should nave visiting cards printed or engraved in any style News office Unas May Columbia S U was the gneet of Mr and Mrs Chas Ma last week Miss F F Callott Louisville willI I arrive soon to visit Mr and Mrs A L Fort An Intermediate Club has been a organized among the scholars under Miss Jennie Patterson wno has charge t the intermediate department at the city BchoolThe club meets twice every month and its purpose is to get the children interestea more in school So far its calculated purpose has bee swell accomplished and the little folk are lways looKing forward to club meeting day which falls on the second and fourth Fridays of th month New officers are elected every montb Those holding offices at present tire Eldred Babbage president Arthur Brnns vice president Eula Me Cracken secretary Isable Burns treasurer WEEDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Jcotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard to digestThe to treat consumption is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant longerBeginto take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump Jion you cant expect to be Vcufe3 at once but if you will begin in time and will be A rIgidlyregular in your treat- mentkV you will win Scotts Emulsion freshair frest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and Hhats the best treatment t u We will send you a little of the Emul sion free He sure that this picture In the form of a libel Iti on the wrapper of every bottle ot Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y soc and v all druggists LunchesWeatherholtMrs is in Louis villa Mrs Fred Perry was in Louisville last week Jape Brashear West Point was here Monday- A B Oliver Cnster returned from Louisville Saturday Jannurv magazine at reduced prices at the News office Mr and Mrs Tony Nichols went to Hawesville Sunday Miss Pearl Ugdon Louisville is the guest of Mrs J W Stone of near town Saturdays Evening Post for sale every week at the News office Five cents the copy All the tobacco around Garfield has been sold at goon prices OGO and 700 the round Mr and Mrs Fred Moorman Louis ville were visiting relations in Hawes ville last week The Ladies Reading Club will meet Thursday afternoon with ltd presIdent- s Mrs Fred Feiry Miss Addle G Ditto Louisville will arrive this week to visit Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Miss Katherine McGary Hardins burg was the guest of her sister Miss weektMrs J H Rowland has returned from Owensboro where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs C P Babbage Mrs D H Severs and daughter Miss Lnla left for Danville Monday where Miss Severs will enter Caldwell college Mrs Mary Hall purchasing agent will be in Louisville next week Giver her your order for anytmne you from the city If you want the March numbers ot the magazines telephone to the News office and your orders will be given prompt attentions Mrs S S Watkins and daughter Miss Sue Roberts Owensboro will arrive this week to visit Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillmau A L Fort and family are occupying the residence on railroad street on the DIyStephens and family PensacolaIFla who visited here last summer sent a beautiful bunch of violets to her aunt Mrs G W Short lust wek Wm McGoverna hustling merchant of Victoiia was here Thursday Mr McGovern lives where the old cannel coal minning camp was located Rev B M Cnrrle returned Wednes day from Lowisport where he assisted withsThe pavement across from Bowers blacksmith snop in the West End was theetown Good pavements in this portion of the West End are a rariety Chas Boltingnonse is at Owensboro hephng to put the roof of tiling on the newHdepot He is employed in this citylby the Murray Roof A Tile Co Mr and Mrs Ben RidgewAY returned last Wednesday trom the sonth where they have been on their bridal tour Thev will go to housekeeping soon A library is being organized in town byC W Moorman and others A similar libary has been in exist anco nere for a number of rears The books are kept in Short S Haynes drug store Jess Marlow has gone to Arkansas to take charge of Cincinnati Cooperage Cos interest there In 2000 acres ofltiin berland Mr Marlow formerly lived at Patesvillo but has been in this city lookingafter the companys interest here Joe Sawyer wno nas oeen unable to work for several months on account of sickness will resume his duties ao en I gineer on February 1st Every one Is glad that Mr Sawyer is able to work again He is one of the compan ies most reliable men The examination questions nsed in the county examination at Stephens poit Saturday by Edmund Wroe are being used this week at the city school by Mr Wroos scholars as a test Pupils in Mr Wroos room are supposed to have attained sufficient book know lege to pass the above examination wihont difficulty Diptheria is prevailing in Stephens port The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Scott Bell died of it Sunday Tne disease has broken out in another faml ly at this writing but no great danger is feared Parents have boon notified to avoid permitting their children to come in contact with the attected par tiesH E Miller and son Raymond of Tobinsport were in town last ween They nalled at the News office Mr Miller exhibited some good writing done by his son who is but thirteen years of age Raymond unlike many of us is a prodigy when it comes to snelling Any word in McGuffys spellig bOOK is easy for him He spells words given him at random with lightning like rapidity He spells by the old fashion syllable method r rm I p thatp l you would like to increase three hundred ij per cent in live years with absolute safetyyCull on or write me m fi L B MORE MEN M D IRVINGTON KY 1 mm mm- k 1 u A Positive CATARRH CURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Ghes Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mom brans It cures Cu R rY- BAtrAto toR hhl- Dore Sa NM turrh and drive NAY FEVERaway a Cold In the Head quick Restores toe Senses of Taste and Smell full size 50 cts at Druggists or by mall Trial Size 10 cts by mull Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Nat Taut was in town Saturday Jno Newton has returned from NashvilleE Barnes was in Owensboro SundayDavid Phelps has gone to Mt Car mall 11- 1Best red top seed per pond UUo Julian Brown Cbas Berry Ljnisvile was at home last wok sick Best timothy seed per bushel 150 Julian Brown Mrs D Stuart Miller Jr wen to Owensboro Saturday Wm Landreth Hardlnsburg went to Lewlsport Saturday Little Miss Eva Wealnerlnlt who has been sick is better Try me for groceties when you are in a hurry Weatherholt Little Ernest Bruns is working at Guard Agnews meat shop Russell Harris was in Louisville Saturday to see his brother Edward Dr F L Lightfoot was in Hawes vibe last Wednesday to see his father who Is sick Litte David Owen Hall has embarkS ed into the newspaper business as a selling agent Miss Nell DeWiese Tobinsport went to Rome Saturday to visit her father Harold DeWicse Bear brand fertilize for tobacco to matoes and corn Cheap lor cash at Julian Btowns- Boras Lallas who has been visiting at his home in Patesville returned to Tell City Saturday Mrs R W Brown and baby SuiH man were the guests of her sister Mrs Leon McGavock last week Mrs Fannie Smith and Miss Eliza Barbee Union Star were here last week having dental work done Mrs Mary Sapp who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Will Campbell at Dukes returned home Saturday Mr and Mrs Jonn Squirea and daughter Miss Eliza returned to their home near Hardlnsbnrg Monday Miss Ester Popham returned nome Wednesday from school at Bethlehelm She will probably gait school on ac count of her health Mrs Margaret Powers who has been visiting her sons Lewis and James at Tobinsport returned to her home in Lewisport Saturday Nace Lewis and George Graham returned from Owensboro Friday wnere they have been assisting in covering the new depot there witb the Hurray tiling READ THIS Bowling Green June 12 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI have nsed your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering rom kidney and bladder tronble- Respectfnlly J H HESPEK A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidnev and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and 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to the Sonth and Sonth East On the first bud third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home seekers Rates to the south west Jan 2 and 10th Feb 0 and 20th 1000- Special one way Collonist rates to the West and Southwest on Jan 2 and 16 and Feb G and 2 1000 I One way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sop 15 to Oct 31 WOO L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Poit only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall and express leaves Clo verport 053 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dully fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p ui stops ut all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 p mII Train No 48 dation arrives p 111 If- MEET ME AT NO- LTESYALENTINI9S The Right Kind Attractive clever uptodate things that are sure to please Carefully selected Latest hits in the highjirade humorous sort Penny Comics including Donts Sharp Darts Portraits Trades and Miscellaneous Lace Valentines popular as ever especially with children A new unproved and enlarged line Minster Brown Comicsnew entirely mittox Novelties hotter awl prettier than ever Merry Mischief Makers Valentine Post Cards The biggest line we ever had Enough to supply everybody J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Cadick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND u uu r rr A lE carefully safeguard f11 VV the interests of our M rj rjcustomers1 More 1 over we frequently do it untt I L fIIMJJconfidenti1 ways ft r A XLET Ii WIif1 1p 1 All business entrusted to k1 1 11us will receive prompt and careful attention Highest irate of interest paid on timei ififdepositsI INSURED MGA I N S TILOSS BY PIta AND M r l HUKOLAltY CONSKU j I VATIVH BOA II OK ji11IItIcrolls KFH I CIRNT OFFICK11S t If Bank of Cloverport Clomport Kyrr f tr WEST BOUND No 47 Dully Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Evans vllUi goo II m expressleavesIlawesTlllc Lcwlsport Macao Owensboro Stanley SjuittsvlHe Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 730 p moo Evunsvlllo 1030 p in Stops ut all stations No 45 dally St Louis fust train leavcsClo verport 1100 1111 arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Huwisvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41I and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 4S and 46 between Louisville aLd St Louis IFordnille Branch Train No 2 ally except Pnday leaves Fordsvlllo430 U nUes Irvington 840- II Ul Train No 4 hallo except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvlngton 5x0- p ID Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvllle630 a m Irvington 803 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dully except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 H m iirlvus ForUsvlIIo 345 pm Train No 5 Dully leaves Irvlnnton 050 p m arrlvus Kordsvllle O5 u in ChasJarboo and family moved from their home at Rites Run to Matting ly last week u OF EVERYTHING the good and the bad Some times its hard to draw the line but not with CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR which is decidedly good in fact there iis no flour that is superior to it and it 1 is doubtful if there is any equal to it If you wish a flour that you can depend upon a flour that iti twatt whole some nutritious try Cadickt Gold Dttt Flour firrarrrrrrrrrararr rrra rrro Herexi i I Just tell us how much lumber you need We S have all kinds of Framing material S and choice Poplar and 5 Walnut is ready for you If Thats the thing un ff n able to get so quick before 1 Let us have your i t order today j t Your House Barn or j Stable may need re W pairsIf5 9S REMEMBER IS Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Ky i yIAAAiilAitAillAititAAAAiIitAAAAi1QALMOST appreciates modern conveniencies Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything cut and fitted so that you can dothe job yourself Com plete instructions and working drawings with every order A wrench the only tool necessary II D MCDONALD U2 West Harrison Street Chicago III Ira Hehen was in Louisville Satur dayR T Mattiuyly was jn town Monday paying up his eoburiptiou to NewsEdmund Vroe was in tephensport Saturday holding a county examination Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- as stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Minion bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills r rt r I f t I 1 y I T H 1 S I It i r r a It 1 4s t i o ff H a t t r t If r nge reservoir built there not only for the benefit of Wyoming but for Nebraska as well The Secretary has seaside 2250000 for the Shoshon River WyomlngVoJect and 333000 for the Pathfinder project on North Platte River to be partially expender for the benefit of Nebraska Thu about 15 per cent of tho entire reclamation fund will bo laid out In Wyoming although she has contributed only about 4 per cent of the fund Scenes along the Platte nnd tho Sho shone canyon are among the wildest and most picturesque In America Second to Wyoming comes the territory of Arizona with the great Salt River project at nn estimated cost ol about four jnllllon dollars requiring upwards of 9 per cent of the entire reclamation fund although Arizona has contributed less than 1 per cent It Is stated by the engineers that the opportunities for water storage In Arizona are next to Wyoming the best In time arid West while tho soil of that territory Is not only extremely fertile and lying at n moderate altitude but tho climate Is semitropical and under careful cultivation ten or even five acres will support a family Southern California today with a similar soil and climate has thousands of pros perous little five and ten aero farms The third State In order of Irrigation benefits in Montana which although lying far north has a splendid water supply and likewise rich land Actual construction has been begun by the Government on the Yellowstone where owing to the plentiful flow of water none of the embarrassing com plications of vested water rights ex ist which have prevented work thus far on the upper Missouri River and on the Milk River The funds allotted to Montana for the Huntley Lower Yellowstone and Milk River projects amount to over three million dollars or nearly nine per cent of the fund which Is In excess of the amount con tributed by Montana The fourth State In order of benefits is Nevada contributing the least money to the fund but probably most needing the benefits It was in fact through the dire wants of this State that the law received Its Inception be ing first known as the Nowlands bill this unique plan of automatic appropriation being originated and intro duced by Senator Newlands then a Representative In tho spring of 1901 Following Nevada como Idaho Washington Colorado Nebraska South Dakota Oregon North Dakota Oklahoma Utah Kansas and lastly New Mexico Throughout these States Government surveyors and engineers are working upon many Interesting pro jects where strong rivers rush down out of tho mountains in tlmo of heavy spring floods but which will be Im pounded behind great masonry dams I to form storage lakes whence the water will later be diverted into the Irri gation canals and used for crops on tho desert soils Thousands of prosperous homes will be the result when these works are completed and time great West which Is today in reality but a sparsely settled community will be come more rounded out and better bal Eastjern I North Platte Rtn Near Government Dam Slle- Building Government Dam in Nevada =Aa all the money which Is being ex pended In tho construction of these Irrigation works is to be paid back to tho Government by the settlers taking the land and to go Into tho reclama tlon fund the work of future con struction will proceed as fast as the repayments aro made from tho projects now under construction Possibly also when the first few completed Irrigation projects shall havo thoroughly demon strated themselves to be the successful experiments which they aro proving Congress will not be averse to making a direct appropriation as a loan to the reclamation fund appropriationforat all beyond the bounds of accom plishment somo tlmo In tho future after as stated the systems now under construction shall have demonstrated themselves to be tho successes predicted The present figure above noted of 37000000 for irrigation would have been looked upon as the dream of an Impractical enthusiast at the time that the Irrigation bill was being discussed In Congress less than four years ago The year before tho passage of tho act the securing of a hundred million dol lar appropriation would havo been believed to be as likely a figure as five million to say nothing of thirtyseven million i Peter Larson of Montana Is tho richest Scandinavian In tho United States Ho is quoted as next in wealth In Montana to Senator William A Clark I JUDGE GROSSCOPS SOLUTION XOTEDJURIST WOULD EST1I BUSH COURT OF TRANSPORTATION TO REGULATE RAILROADS Numerous Rote Bills Before Congress nt Present Senntor Morgan Opens Discussion General Public Desires More Enlightenment Whether or not there Is to bo tho specific railroad rato legislation In Congress after the lines of the vigor ous demands of tho President It Is a fact that ninny laws have been started rejoicing on their initial courses at both ends of the Capitol They are of all sorts and conditions Some will die in tho horning some will be tho bases for thunderous tirades of denunciation against tho railroads with no Inten tion by the authors of accomplishing anything but getting their remarks before their constituencies at home in the bornlug somn will be tho basis the committees and pigeonholed or possibly merged into tho one or two bills which will be taken up for serious consideration by tho House and Senate themselvesThere a vast difference of opinion on the railroad rate qucrtlon There nro somo who toil ra that the term railroad elgnifl everything that Is Jl DliE 1KTLR GHOSSCtT I bad nnd that no l Illation could be too severe to mete out as n proper pun ishment for these monsters of extor tion On the other hand there are those who think that tho railroads havo been of a very material benefit to the country and that while they should bo regulated and shorn of their undoubted powers to injure tho shippers and tho communities which de pend upon them they should still be accorded a hearing and reasonable treatmentThe attitude on the rail road question is specific Ho favors tho enlargement of the powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission so as to enable that body to fix rates where they are deemed railroadI Commission to bo excessive thei0 i orsame time he has stated that itsofcourse his desire that nothing should be dono to injure railroad properties or drive tno companies out of business The railroads themselves aro not pleased with this plan of regulation While many of them may not have done in past times the best possible by the public they fear that to give an absolute rate making power to a politi cal commission such as the Interstate Commerce Commission appointed by a Chief Executive would bo not only an unconstitutional method of regulation but would place In that body a power which If not wisely administered might practically put them tho rail roads out of business The provision that they would have recourse to the courts after a rate had been fixed by the Commission and put Into effect would help them but little since their entire schedule would be changed and tho damage done before the courts could be brought to reach a decision The other point of view is that with time knowledge that their rates will be carefully scrutinized had contested they will be extremely careful about I the malting or enforcing of any excessive rates while with the enact ment of a comprehensive law the rem edy will always lie with tho Govern ment to Inspect and supervise any ex isting rates without however disturb ing or overturning the business of the railroad or interfering with tho bust ness of communities At the last session of Congress tho greatest interest In railroad matters centered around tho EschTowsend bill In tho House which after some discus slop was passed by that body No ae tlon was taken however by the Senate but after adjournmcntitho Senate Committee on Interstate Common held extended hearings and during the present Congress there has been a flood of railroad rates bills in both houses ranging all the way from the Interstate Commerce Commission bill which is generally considered as the administration measure to bills widely and radically different In their proI visions Dills havo been introduced by Senator Dolllver of Iowa by Senator Foraker of Ohio by Senator Elkins of Virginia tho Chairman of the Senat Interstate Commerco Committee by Senator Morgan of Alabama by Senator Culberson of Texas by Represent tivo Hepburn of Iowa tho chairman of the railroad rato committee of the House by Representative Hogg of Colorado also the Interstate Con mcrco Commission bill and various othersSenator Morgan recently mado the first argument In the Senate on the rate question In support of his bill which provides for the regulation of railroad rates through the regula courts of the country Senator Elkins bill also proposes that the Fedora courts shall determine whether rate aro excessive and provides for an Injunction against any road which Iis found to be charging an excessive rate The bill which has been Introduced by Representative Hogg formulated by Judge Peter Grosscup of the United States District Court of Chicago who rendered the decision against tho Dee Trust provides for a special railroad court to decide all such mattes Judge Grosscups bill establishes seven Courts of Transportation situated IIn different sections of the country to try the particular cases arising withIn their territory During a stated period of each year the judges of the seven courts are to meet together and holt court en bane In Washington or else where just as the Supremo Court of Lhe United States sits together for iII toted term after having held Individ nal court In the different Federal dis riots of the United States There 1Is right of appeal from this Court of Transportation to the Supreme Court of tho United States It is argued in favor of this bill that Inasmuch as railroad rate matters even where hey are decided upon by tho Interstate Commerce Commission must finally go to court tho matter can be simplified by having them considered in tho beginning by this Court of Transportation Also that this Court of Transportation having no other Business to attend to can try tho rail oad cases much moro nnlckly than the regular courts while ino members will be experts on the subject malting the subject tho study of their lives Tho Grosscup bill also continues the fork of tho Interstate Commerce Commission with some modification in organization authorizing that body to rbltrato railroad matters wherever possible and to act as counsel or at orney for the shipper or complainant at the Governments expense wherever any case of controversy arises between the shipper and the railroads This bill is favored as a measure whose provisions overcomo tho danger which it Is stated would arise from the creation of a Commission at Wash- Ington which would hold the vast railroad interests of tho United States in tho hollow of Its band Thero Is an pparently growing sentiment among zany people that to constitute any- bodY of men a political commission with such vast power as the ability to take or unmake any railroad rate on the 70000 miles of railroad In the ountry would afford such an enormous centralized power as has never erctoforo been dreamed of by the lost radical advocates of tIle central overnment Idea as against tho dlffu slon of power among the people and tho several States It is realized that such powor in tho hands of any ad ministration would if misused in any egree make po uin the indefinite continuance in power of that political arty and require an absolute uprising of the entire nation en masse to bring bout political changes The great number of railroad bills thus far Introduced and which are bo Ing widely discussed show that there Is as yet no general crystallzatlon of sentiment on tho subject and that tatesmen and supposed specialists to say nothing of the average individual throughout the country are In a receptive mood and seeking for Information nnd education on the question GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD The Turning Point of the Civil War A Remarkable Culdel Thero Is a guldo at Gettysburg Pa Charles D Sheads to be found at the Gettysburg Hotel who Is a genius While not himself a soldier perhaps few if any of tho actual participants of that three days terrible fight have n tithe of his knowledge of the details lIe has been a resident of the town inco 1855 and was conductor of the Gettysburg Hanover Railroad until It was burned by tho Confederates June 20 18G3 Upon the memorable first day of July with many other citizens ho went out to the right of tho Union army where the battle had already commenced A member of the Twelfth Illinois cavalry red the first shot and a squadron of that regiment continued skirmishing until relieved by tho infantry of tho FIrst corps commanded by Maj Gen leynolds Later in the day Gen Roy olds was killed and tho Union troops under Doubleday fell back through tho town and fortified tho heights beyond Every house public and private had become a hospital and Sheads found his little homo filled with dead and yang of both armies Upon the second nnd third day of tho battle ho was car ng for the wounded and shortly after commenced again running his train For tho past nine years ho has employed his entire time as a battlefield guide and no one has witnessed moro of the 450 monument unvelllngg over U1e 35000 acres where the battles were ought Generals and privates Federals and Confederates by the hundreds have been piloted by him over every spot where they had been stationed and have listened to his truthful history ol their movements while from them he has steadily added to and Increased his storo of knowledge The namo and location of all the orps divisions brigades and regi x ments and their commanders in the Union army and the general location of all tho Confederate forces and their movements are to him an open book and the pours spent with him leave but little to be desired by oven those who are seldom satisfied Gettysburg will always bo considered by the North and acknowledged by tho South as tho high water mark of tho ONaGETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD great civil contest and when tho sun went down on that bloodiest of fields where tho dead and dying had fallen by thousands as it looked upon the defeat of Picketts immortal charge it also saw the beginning of tho end of tho greatest of modern conflicts And because there was no shamo In that defeat and because deeds of en durance and heroism belong to each army In equal measure the battlefield will remain forever tho Mecca of all bravo Americans and of every military student of the entire world Autos for Rural Delivery Tho recommendation of Fourth Assistant Postmaster General DcGraw that rural carriers be allowed to use automobiles in serving their routes has been approved by Postmaster Gen eral Cortelyou Tho Postmaster Gen eral however expressly reserves the right to require tho rural carriers to discontinue the uso of such vehicles and resume tho service of their routes In the ordinary vehicles prescribed by tho regulations if proof is made of un satisfactory service arising from the uso of automobiles In addition to this tho rural carriers are required also to maintain a fixed schedule so that tho boxes for their patrons may bo served at or about tho same time mach day Tho greatest depth to which a sub marine boat has descended and returned to tho surface Is 138 feet ONLY ONE im TO Lin Thats the Reason Why EVERYBODY should get the most out of life that they can The place to get it is in the Home and mAXWELL HOMEMAKER MAGAZINE comes every month in the year and tells you How to Build a Home How to Make a Garden Around It How to Live In It How to Entertain In It How to Enjoy Life In It Some ofthe regular departments ofthe magazine arc The Home Garden Music in the Home Hints to Homemakers The Home Study Health in the Home Home Etiquette Home Cooking Little Folks in the Home Home Cheer Entertaining in the Home AND nElI lI Ell It isnt made with a scissors nnd n paste pot Theres good grey matter goes into every page cf it Theres human sympathy in every lino of it Theres originality and genuine good hard common sense all through it It dont under take to tell you how to be happy on a million a year but it docs tell you how to be happy on tho modest income that so many millions live on who dont have n million a year to spend And the magazine cost lOc for One Whole YearThats All And its worth ten dollars for its good suggestionsaboutlifeand health and homemakingSend dine or five twocent stamps to MAXWELLS HOMEMAKER MAGAZINE 1409 Fisher Building CHICAGO Thrown Bottles Scales IDEVELOPER Nonpoisonous not atalnthe fingers 35 alx tubes sufficient for 24 ounces devcloperfor Velox Cyko Rotox other developing papers or 60 ounces plate developer 11th Street and J 5 Many people have found out the truth about old fashioned coffee They have overcome disease caused by it The plan was easy and Quit Coffee and use Postum Proof with ones self is stronger than any theory The Postum army grows by hundreds of thousands yearly The Coffee are now derid ing Postum through the papers Because their are hurt they would drive the people back to the old coffee slavery One coffee says 41It Postum has lately been exposed and found to contain an excess of very ordinary coffee Another that it Postum is made from a small amount of parched peas beans wheat dried sweet potatoes and paste of wheat Heres to you oh faithful followers of the tribe of Ananias will be with any reputable trust company or a less amount if desired against a like amount by any coffee roaster or dealer If the charges prove true we lose if not we take the money as partial for the infamous insult to our business The Postum Pure Food factories arc the largest in the world the business having been built upon abso lutely pure food products made on scientific lines for a reason and the plain truth told every day all the time These factories are visited by thousands of people every month They arc shown into every cranny and examine every and He Has Away His and and the N P C C onlyc We do the weighing and you add the water and will cents for and or film sure uses DEVELOPER The old standby 35 cents for six t tubes making up the same amount of developerN P C C SEPIA TONER Black and white prints on developed paper may be redeveloped at any time to a perfect sepia 35 cento foraixtubes NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICAL COMPANY Pa Ave Washington D C J r COFFEE WART- he Coffee Importers and Roasters are Attacking POSTUM FOOD COFFEE All Along the Liner THERE A REASON oldfashioned Magnates pocketbooks prevaricator middlings 10000000 CASHdeposited liquidation unvarnished and ingredient Photographic Preparations METOLHYDRO process Each visitor sees Postum made of diffe parts of the wheat berry treated by different mechanical methods and one part blended with a small part of pure New Orleans molasses So he knows Postum contains not one thing in the world but Wheat and New Orleans molasses It took more than a year of experimenting to perfect the processes and learn how to develop the diastase and properly treat the other elements in the wheat to produce the coffeelike flavor that makes suspicious people wonder But there never has been one grain oldfashioned or drug coffee in Postum and never will be Another thing we have on file in our general offices the original of every testimonial letter we have ever published We submit that our attitude regarding coffee is now and always has been absolutely fair If one wants a stimulant and can digest coffee and it does not set up any sort of physical ailment drink it But if coffee overtaxes and weakens the heart and it does with some Or if it sets up disease of the stomach and bowels and it does with some Or if it causes weak eyes and it does with some Or if it causes nervous prostration and it sloes with many Then good plain oldfashioned common sense might without asking permission of coffee merchants sug gest to quit putting caffeine the drug of coffee into a highly organized human bodyfor health is really wealth and the happiest sort of wealth Then if ones own best interest urges him to study into the raison and Theres a reason lIe will unearth great big facts that all of the sophistries ef the coffee importers and roasters cannot refute I 4I 1 AI rrt N J 1 4 1 1s s 1f 1 I f lri r 11- fIff- II ft I I t I I I I I l I I I I f iI i i i 1 I vl 4fT I I J I f t t I I t i I I I f F 4 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1000 REV G W RULAND Restored to Henuli by Vinol and Strongly Endorses It Prominent men from all parts of the country are endorsing Vinoland strong testimonial otters from fotu ministers of the gospel and several physicians have been received within a wee SuHi unsolicited testimony us this is the best proof of merit any medicine can have The Rev George W Ruland of Keene N H writes I have used your col liver oil preparation Vinci as a tonic uml1 do not believe there is any other medicine that can equal it It Duilt me up and strengthened me when run down and overworked Vinol has done for me more tnan was claimed for it We honestly believe theie is no other remedy or cod liver oil prepara tion known to medicine that has the healing strengthening power which Vinol has and if it fails to create strength and health for rundown debilitntcd people old people weak sickly women and children nursing mother and after a severe sickness or if it fails to cure a hacKing cough chronic cold throat or bronchial trouble or to make those vho are too thin fat rosy and healthy we will return every cent paid us for it Is there a sick ailing or aged person in Cloverport who can afford to ignore this genarous offer Short Haynes Druggists The Way They Do In Texas Kentucky is net the only state where hospitality is known Texas is well up in this line Mr and Mrs Wiokliffe DeHaven ami Miss Maymt DeHaven who went to Texas to attend the marriage of Mrs UeKavens sister send bnck poof for the statement above The wide and groom were to leave after the ceremony for Florida tint their plans were disiegardwl and the bride the groom anti the whole bridal parly consisting of ninny were mad guests At a house party at the biides home for a week The soothing and comforting effects ot DeWms Witch Hazel Salve when applied to plies sorex cuts boils etc subdues pain almost instantly This Salvo draws out the inflam mation reduces swelling and acts as a rulwfacient thus circulating tho blood through the diseased parts permitting or aiding Nature to permanently re move tho trouble entirely Sold hy all Druggists Dog Batt A young Ulan stepped on the train Tuesday carrying a valise on thd end of which were these words Dog Batt Cannelton Ind If a man should nam us that wed hit him with a brick Hancock Claiiou A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching Itllnd Weeding Protruding Illof Druggtt art Ituthorbtn to runt1 mon y s- rl A7O OINTMENT talk to cnre In IIi to 14 dy bOt Two More States Washington Inn WThe house pnsstd the statehood bill according to schedule The Republican opposition to a measure spent its entire force yesterday and no effort was made to defeat the bill on tne final passage but thutythree insurgents voting against the measure The bill passed by a vote of 101 to 150 The debate which prceded tho vote was practically featureless so far as any hope was entertained of changing the meaauro in the least decree The bill provides that Oklahoma and Indian territory shall constitute the state under the name of Okla homa and Arizona and New Mexico shall constitute a state under the name of Arizona Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets mod n requirements for blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach andlliver troubles Try them At Short and Haynes drug store price 25o guaranteed Wants Lawson San Antonio TexasJan 2Whlle in inadalajaia just before starting North William R Hearst said if Thomas W Lawson loses all his money ho can make n living working fur tbo Hearst papers III thInK Mr Lawson is a very use tnl citizen and nn excellent writor said Mr Hearst He has demonstrated ability to dis pell tho atmosphere of sanctity that has heretofore an i rounded big corpora tions in the United States and the Hearst newspapers art willing to pay well for that kind of ability I have no desire to sea Mr Lawsons finances disappear hut I would like to secure his service O lu JS PO RX4m Bean theThe Kind You Kate Always Bought Rigsttorecf YI SELECTION OF SEED CORN WolRht of Kernel unit Size of Germ UN AfYeotlntf VlRor of Plant There has been a dvcrslty of oplu ion as to whether the vigor of n corn plant lIs 01 In not governed In any way by till weight of the kernel or the size of the germ III the kernel from which it grows As a result of exporinionts on those points the following conclu sions are reported by tile Maryland experiment station FlrstIxllelllIlllItR to determine If till size of the kernels as determined by the weight have Lilly effect on the vigor of the plant show- a The heaviest grains do not nec essarily liuve tho best germinating qualities It IPlants from the heaviest grains attain the greatestI height when sup plied with moisture but this need not hold Itrue In time of drought i Plants from the highest bred seed hold their vigor better than others dur lug drought t11 The heaviest grains do not nec essarily revive most quickly after moisture has been supplied succeeding n drought Second Kxporimeiit to determine the relation between the size of the germ and the vigor of the resulting plant show a The germinating properties of the kernels containing different sizes of germs may be equal b As the plants grow older the largest hardiest lull most vigorous plants come from the kernels with the large germs v The plants from the kernels with the largest germs withstand the drought best These experiments are also consider ed as Indicating that In the selection of seed corn the following points should be observed First That there Is not only n great difference III the Individuality of plants coming from kernels from different ears1 but from kernels of the same ear- Seeoiidhllghi breeding is of more importance than weight or size of grainIlilrdTo Insure a good stnnd nnd a large yield none but largo germed kernels should be used Clot ii Ior CliiNM III Poultry Honor There 1hs an Incrensliif appreciation of the fact that fowls need n great deal of pure air and nn Increasing tend ency to substitute cloth for glass In the windows of the poultry house An American Agriculturist writer suggests an easy way as outlined In the accompanying sketch to make ttrial of this Iplan with no groat change of POULTRY HOUSK VENTILATION poultry house ilxtures Simply tack a square of white cotton cloth on the outside of the window covering the space occupied1 by the lower sash The lower sash can then be raised and trial mad of tho cloth curtain which lets the nl gradually low In and out with in drafts Try this plan and see If tin stock does not do better In every way EriKlnnil Cotton Itt ConMiinrr For cotton seed timid the product de rived therefrom there Is a more itcn slve market in the United Klnxdotj than exists In any other country of Europe A large seed crushing Indus try engaged In the expression mind ex traction of oil from various seeds and localized chlelly at sonic dozen ports of the kingdom gives rise primarily to a heavy demand for the raw material cotton seed From f00000 to JOOWXt tons L000 pounds each are Importw annually for crushing In time domestic mills and of time products derived therefrom the bulk of till oil and prac tlcally tIme whole of the oil cake enter into home consumption according to English advices I IFARM BREVITIES I Neglect hits produced many wood lots In which healthy trees of the best kinds are choked with unsound and dead trees and trees of inferior kinds Should fungi attack time cucumber under glass spraying with bordeau mixture must ho resorted to For hand fed calves It Is not advlsa ble to mix corn Kullir corn or any other starchy food with milk says on of the western experiment stations Most folks think that they know boy to wash n churn but a great many o these very people use a cloth whei wiping the Inside HInse It out Instead We feed time cats at the barn regular Ily ut milking time Their systems re quire milk when they are catching nn eating rats and mice Time lutroducMon of green bone to time poultry bill of fare line to n great extent solved the problem of winter ogu production MARIAN MARNES FASHION TALK Palm Beach lan27Spechal- As I toretnlil in my Paris and Now YorK letters the silk crnze Is growing more and more strenuous In every perfectly equipped wardrobe prepared tor Palm Beach silk predominates anti in the btnnty of the sites that Dame Fashion is showering noon us who seems to be in H most prodigal moodTnpre is no field that calls for the expert more than that of Fashion in Dress With onr progression and more gen dllmentjal is more truly artistic than that of her sister of the eaiher periods anti to nothing has the progressive touch been given more tnmi to that most etq nisite of all fabrics for feminine adorn ment atlkI And Iit is to silk that the touch of the specialist has been most needed for with its alluring charm the woman who purchased silk did so unless she happened to be one of the favored few who could afford many gowns with fear and tieuibling as to its wear To ICy a great specialtis in silkone of the worlds greatest exports has open ed a shop in Twenty secon 1 street where nothing tint silk is to bo sold aud has called the shop the Nothing but Silks shop Here milady goes to sit at one of the highly polished tables where all about her is a harmonious and rainbow like display of silks antI examines soft ann lustrous beauties every yard of which has oeen under the Argus eye of the expert nntil she finds that most suited to herparticular style Old fashioned colois have arrived in all the silKs We see lavender Bor deux red olive shriop pink and in fact any color that is of the old school is fashionable for that reason if no other One color however shown at the silk shop which comes in there soade is called Lobster It is an exquisite pink and has caught the fancy of Gothams best dressed women For Petit Robe or little frocK of which no woman can have too many there isnothing among the in expensive fabrics that is more effective than the Suesine SilK wnicti is a pretty fabric with the appearance of a China silk but of such a little price that tne young girl provided she is at all proficient with her needle may have gowns galore in which to go to the theatre pour tea or graduate Snesine is a silk and cotton mixture with enough silk to preserve all the lustre color and draping qualities ot a China or India silk and enough cotton to keep the price within the means of the girl who of yore used her last summers muslin for state occasions as well IB the woman of small means who wishes to appear well dressed For walking or visiting gowns the coal and skirt costume is still very popular The little bolero is ubiqui tous It consorts with tho Princess and the empire gown It is usually very short and more often than not open at the front to show a perfectly fitted waistcoat or vest And it is the careful fitting of this little waistcoat over a perfect model ot corset such as the C B a la Spirite that lends the true cachet to the costume and ranks the American woman the typical woman of tashion lal ian Marne The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and ropularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offer ed for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is the safest for children and delicate persons Sold by A R Fisher Subscribe for the News WINCHESTER We have u complete list strawberry plants No plants sent ut until after October 1st Alter December 1st our customers may deduct from tho price 20 per cent Wo shall Issue u new catalogue In January giving full description of tho old and new varieties Our customers for strawberry plants cover every State In the union We can dip most every month du ring the winter and spring except sometimes In January an1 February Our plants are tied In bundles of S3 each pacKcd In moss In the very best mannoriln rates especially do signed for this purpose Leader and Repeater SMOKELESS POWDER SHELLS Carefully inspected shells the best combinations of powder shot and wadding loaded by machines which give invariable results are responsible for the superiority of Winchester Leader and II Repeater Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells There is no guesswork in loading them Reliability velocity pattern and penetra tion are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments Do you shoot them If not why not They arc YHli SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT STRAWBERRY PLANTS Strawberry Plant Price List HaIf Dozen at dozenralcs 50 at hundred rates 500 at Jooo rates 12 by mull 100 Ex 1000 Ex 12 by mull 100 Ex 1000 Ex post iiiiIU not 11xl not pd IPOSt ixl not pd not p- itlmoiO 76 hi 00 535 00 MldnlnuitEO 25 0 CO 600 Auto 5 40 3 50 Murk Hnnna 40 60 00 tromut j 40 300 Jlnrlc 5 40 I 00 ihubacim a ao 250 McKlnloy 6 40 1 00 lirandywino S JIa 250 Marsha 25 40 I 00 Boston Pniro 20 60 4 CO Mitchells Burly 20 10 200- lIIsmurck S 80 2 50 Nick Ohinur 2S 10 60 Climax 25 40 3 00 New York 25 40 II 50 Clydo 5 40 S 00 NewGlbno 5 50 r 00 CrescentO 10 2 00 New Homo tOO fllywn5 30 2 50 Oak Early 00 F k Ekey 150 Parsons 0 80 50 Early iluthmawtuy 40 75 r 00 Hough Itlder 20 30 50 Jxcolslor 5 80 2 50 1II00 40 50 Eleanor o ao 250 Star 20 ao 50 iutIrIieid 5 50 3 50 Sharpless O SO 50 Gandy 2i 00 2 50 Sample 20 30 250- Gladstono 25 40 3 00 Superior 5 40 1 00 Glen Iury 5 40 300 Senator Dunlap 25 30 50 HaverlandO 30 2 50 Southerlancl 20 40 250 Hero co 50 5 00 Tennessee 20 30 50 IuImnsoums EurlyO 30 250 Tllplimans Kuvrlto 25 30 250 Tussle 23 30 250 Uncle 11m 40 50 00 Ring lhiihip 5 00 WurfluM 0 30 2 CO Kansas 20 30 250 iouhs lIuboch5 30 250 CASH ORDERS iowett 5 40 3 00 Lady Thompson 25 30 2 50 All orders accompanied by cisli amounting Livingston 25 40 300 to 5000 plants 5 per clint olr Also have u complete stock of Peach Apple Pear Plum and Cherry Trees No better in the country Send for free Illustrated catalog J G HARRISONBERLIN Money For Clay Statue Frankfort Ky Jan 21 After a speech in the Senate by one who knew personally liThe Great Commoner the bill appropriating 12500 for the Clay statue in Lexington was passed without a dissenting vote The speech was by Judge C F Burnam the Sen ator front Madison Ho was a member of the lower house in 1850 when the bill was presented in that body pro viding for the statue and it had only three dissenting votes When those three tried to change their votes the House denied them the right Other speeches in favor ot the bill were made by Senators Campbell Cammack Allen and Hickman Four Hundred Babies St Vincents Intant Asylum Chica go shelters homeless wails awaiting adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there Slater Julia writes 1 cannot say too much in praise of Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Contains no opiates and is safe and su reoAsk for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having it as it is a safe remedy and certain in results Re fuse substitutes Sold by A R Usher We Agree With You Sterett The borrower of a paper probably never thinks that he is doing just what he would not want done to him that la tne product of his brain muscle and investment is gone and not a cent is returned for same IN it tairl Answer your self and if there is a spark of manhood or honor in you which is always in every human being bo ashamed of your own answer Hancock Clarion Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest allows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indigestion Belching of Gas Sour tomacb Heart Burn etc and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods into the kind ot rich red blood that makes health and strength Sold by all Druggists It Good Words for Johnnie Barry Mr J A Barry of Cloverport was in town Thursday appearing before the Board of Equalization in interest of the breckenridgo Coal Co Limited This company formerly operated the eunuch coal mines at Victoria in ibis county and they yet own onsiderable and in that section though much of it has been sold in recent years to the farmers of that section Mr Barry is their representative and looks well after their business Mr Barry is also a prominent distillerand owns a plant in Meade countv He said to the writer that during last season when trait was coming in to his distillery very rapidly a number of loads of pears were consumed He did every thing possible to see if he could detect a difference between the spirits made from this uiixed run and tbe straight apple run but cone was visible nor could it be distinguished in the taste Hancock Clarion The secret of successfully ridding the system of a cold is a tnorough evacuation of the bowels Kennedys Laxa tiRe Honey and Tar does this Liquid Cold Cure drives all cold out of the system Best for Coughs Croup etc Sold by all Druggists Mrs Leon McQavock Entertains Mrs Leon McGavock entertained Wednesday afternoon at her home in the East End at 42 a new game creation in town played with domi noes Refreshments were served Those present were Mesdames A B Skill man Margaret Skillman Mary De Haven Fied Ferry Frank Payne Chas B Skillman D Stuart Miller Jr Jno D Babbage C W Moor man Robt Moorman G W Short and Misses Lucy McGavock Mary and Elizabeth Jarboe and Georgia White Good Crowd At Mens Meeting The mens meeting at Oelzes hall last Thursday night given by the Baraca Bible Class was well attended About fifty men were present Talks were made by Rev B M CuirieVG Babbage H Railerfy and Jno Btrn Refreshments were served and con geniality prevailed ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R J mlllntlltnsDoubloBlilly nUlfettLlbraryCursLoulsvlllo to New Orleans The best road for theSouthi New Orleans Vicksburgff Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardl Gras at Now Orleans Feb 27 06 rilllrnr rr lull MexIcan Gulf Coast resort 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and later sensation relegated this ono to forgetfulnessA years since I received a visit from my old California partner who had settled In the South and now owned one of tho finest small plantations In the State From him I heard tho story first hand as ho him self was responsible for It As we sat around the blazing log firo In my Virginia home and smoked and talked of our early days In Call forma and tho Territories ho suddenly broke out Into his hearty laugh and said Fred did you ever hear of my monkey trade and how they picked my cotton for mo and raised merry hob all through our part of tho state I replied that since ho asked the question I I seemed to recollect having read something to that effect only that It was but a very faint Impression and had probably been dismissed from my mind as a fako story No ho answered It was absolutely true and I yet believe It could be made a thorough and complete success not only In tho cotton fields but In largo orchards and perhaps among tho smaller fruits and berries a You know ho continued that boo side my plantation I havo several good mines In Georgia tho working of which whllo not of a bonanza nature adds quite materially to my Income Ono morning a short thickset man of forty whose rolling gait plain ly betokened tho sailor walked up my roadway and to tho piazza whero I sat talking with my overseer and enjoying my morning pipe The two largo fields of cotton on either side I of the road wero about ready to niche- o TilE WRIST and I was busy planning upon which field should commence or whether I had bettor divide my force and of fer inducement for tho party bringing in the largest quantity in tho quickest time and leaving tho cleanest picked field Tho visitor touched his cap with tho forefinger of his right hand and asked in fairly good English Aro you the ono the darkies call tho Captain I said Yes what can I do for you He came up the steps un invited drew a chair to my sldo and handed mo half a dozen big black cigars which I may add proved about tho finest I over have smoked Cap thin he said I want to sell you 125 monkeys or rather I want to trade them for an interest in the Buffalo gold mine I am an old minor and am tired of knocking round I was through the Buffalo yesterday and while she isnt the richest in tho world a few thousand dollars would open her out wonderfully II Even admitting that I were will ing to take you as my mining partner I asked what tho devil would I do with 125 monkeys I think I could use ono as a playmate for tho chil dren They feel pretty lonely since their mothers death Ho waved his hands toward the two big fields with their snow whlto coveringiSpeak out man I said Tvo no time for any nonsense Well ho continued was never more earnest in my life Monkeys aa you know aro great Imitators all of my 125 have picked cotton on an Island In the Pacific where I was stranded four years ago and their leader Is as Intelligent as a man will guarantee that If you will place him by tho side of your best picker at the closo of the day he will bo at least ono hundred pounds ahead Walt now placing his hand on my knee your superintendent at the mine says you havo offered a half interest for 1000000 I valuo my monkeys nt 100 each but I will make you an even exchange I will oversee their work for tho first three days and 1C twice as much cotton has not been picked as by an equal number ol darkles you may call the trade oft and Ill make no charge for the Ing wont bother you with the details said my old partner as ho r Ifilled and lighted his pipe You r member I am a great believer in tho Darwinian theory I llko novelty an 1I never refuse to Investigate a new Itle because It appears to bo out of tho common I did invostlgato this one very thoroughly and paid severall visits to tho vessel where tho mon keys were kept could almost conI verso with the big leader who provel lto bo tho finest and most intelligen- animal I over saw Tho more like human being I treated him tho moro attached to mo ho seemed to become whllo I noticed that ho at onco re sented any familiarity towards mo by tho others After somo thought as to how tho darkles would regard this remarkable innovation of what they might con eider their rights I made tho trade In company with tho sailor who answered to tho namo of Fernando ordered my darkles out onto tit 0on lawn and explained to them what I proposed to do I added I wantedI neither them nor any of tho men onIl tho adjoining plantations to get 1 ItI Into their nigger brains that tltl I posltlons sI of hard patient labor to educate thoseI animals to work and probably n others would over bo Imported for such purpose that none of my men whoI cared to work would bo discharged as there would always bo plenty oft extra work at tho mines and I to explain to them that this wasI solely an experiment of my own Afte- the cotton was picked If It resulte- as l Fernando said It would I shouldl tako a contract to pick my neigh bars 100acro peach orchard What we should find for our Simian friendsI to do during tho cold weather wouldt tion have to be left for future considera I TilE DIG APE GRASPED DARKEYS I J I some I I I I Most of my darkies looked upon tho whole matter as n joke and went t away laughing and Jollying each 1 other but a few muttered and shook their heads and acted as If they might prove troublesome One of the latter said evidently Intending that IIshould hear that hod be damned If hed work on a plantation where they employed beasts I had had trouble with the man at several different times Ho was a powerfully built negro nearly six feetIJ four inches in his bare feet and when not in liquor holding tho record of tho fastest and cleanest cotton plcleIJ er in tho section But ho had a very surly disposition and was too fond of threatening his fellow workmen with his big knife which was half as along as an Austrian sabre and which he kept as sharp as a razor I had of cautioned him about this and told him that if I over saw him draw that knife on any one black or white I would shoot him without warning Ho was well aware of my facility with a revolver and was generally obedient to a- my orders After his remark abovo however I told him that I was getting of tired of his Insubordination and ordered him to report to tho cashier j get his pay and for tho futuro keep oft the plantation About two oclock on the third day Fernando came driving up time I road with three twohorso wagons of what proved the funniest and most unique freight that ever entered our I gates Tho occupants of tho cages wero evidently a little frightened at their new surroundings and their chat torlngs wero quite subdued Old Pythagoras however their leader sat on tho front seat by the side of Fer nando as quiet and dignified as any Judge and seemingly as stoical as an American Indian But his eyes beamed cordially and ho smiled as t nearly as a monkey could smile as ho swung himself from tho seat and bounded up the steps to greet me Tho monkeys wero permitted to I run and romp for a couple of hours their leader sitting by my sldo most rot the time smoking one of our pipes with much seeming enjoyment and after tho manner of a sober old Dutch t man Ho occasionally laid It aside iI and went out to his family evidently forbidding them to do this or that or ordering them to bo more quiet at least expressing some sort of super vision of their actions At seven oclock ho and Fernando went among them giving some sharp commands and they went quietly to their cages which woro fastened by Fernando Tho rest of us sat on the porch smoking and part of tho tlmo I played on my banjo which latter appeared to greatly pleaso my visitor Soon after nine as wo wero prepar monkeyechief Pythagoras pulled my coat sleevo and walked ahead of mo to mine Taking a blanket that hung hoowanted to tako it back to tho piazza nodded my permission and ho wont almostamo in so many words if could sleep upon It I laughingly said Yalta yourself perfectly at home old follow at which ho grInned back at compllI tholfaction whore I loft him 1Tho next morning Fernando brought out tho monkeys divided them Into two gangs and commenced tho picking Pythagoras would lead ono gang for a whllo and then hurry over to tho head of tho other run ning back to see if any cotton had been skipped and like tho most competent overseer keeping a watchful supervision over tho whole work Nothing like it had ever been known any plantation Wo stopped an hour at noon and by night by actual weight all form er records had been beaten by over onehalf What also appeared to me picksors seemed just as lively anti active when tho days work was over as when It commenced That evening butobefore retiring I thought I saw somo men moving around near tho houso and twice Pythagoras uttering a low grunt darted down tho steps return ling and shaking his head each time as ill something disturbed him Noth finallyr atdthough but partially undressing It could not have been very long after midnight when I awoke with that indescribable fooling that some ono was moving about the room I had closed my windows on retiring but now felt tho cool night air blow ing soft across my face As I mechanically grasped my revolver cocked It and raised myself suddenly to n sitting posture I felt tho point of a sharp Instrument piercing my neck I faintly heard tho sound of a shot tho room seemed full of smoke and everything went black as I fell back sense lessSeveral days had passed before I opened my eyes to returning con sciousness and what occurred during that Interval I havo learned only from thoso to whoso untiring care assisted by my naturally strong con stitution I owe my life The darkey I had discharged had crawled In through my window with tho evident intention of robbery and murder My watch and purso lay on tho floor and my necktie with a valu able diamond pin had been thrust In tho pocket of his blouso Pythagoras had evidently heard tho nolso sllgh- as I it was or perhaps his sense o smell was as Fernando said extromo ly acute and his devotion to his masters friend brought him at once toI my bedside I do not know whether or not monkeys can see in tho dark but if not Pythagorass intuitions must at least have given him a sort of second sight for when Fernando and tho overseer rushed In with lights they saw that tho big apo had grasped tho darlte s right wrist which hold tho knife with his right hand and twisted and broken tho wrist in spite of the darkeys great strength while tho long fingers of his left hand wero pressed tightly around tho throat of the darkey whom ho had evidently strangled with com parative ease All would havo been well had I lain still but my sudden rising had not only plunged tho knife into my own neck but caused tho tallI of tho revolver which fired tho fatal shot tho big bullet plowing through to faithful Pythagorass brain and I killing him instantly Wo gavo the body of the darkey to some of his friends but Pythagoras was burled under a beautiful live oak upon the mound after I recovered- I placed a marble slab inscribing upon it tho words Faithful to tho DeathOh you ask what became of tho rest of tho monkeys and my export Well after tho doctor said I is would soon bo nil right again and per mitted mo to walls about I had Fer take them out and try to re psumodarltles had meanwhile nearly completed They had been very uneasy had shown so much restlessness that tho morning and evening hours relaxation had been abandoned They would give low plaintive moans and cry out like children when hurt and when released Instead of I romping and Jumping as at first would gather in groups and chatter together s if talking over somo trouble Then they would troop down to the corner tho plantation and point away off towards tho South So Fernando said ho would not let them out until I was well enough to glvo tho matter my personal attention That morning Fernando tools tho load and spoke A kindly to them and tried to act as nearly as possible as old Pythagoras had done but It proved uphill work was sitting on n fallen tree near that timber over to tho left partially concealed by somo bushes watching the work and wondering how It would nil turn out when I saw two of the monkeys skulking In my direction evi dently trying to escape to tho woods 111ad my revolver with rap not on I their account but because somo of time darkeys friends had been heard to make threats and as the two monkeys camo near to me stood up and ordered them back Tho larger one a female Instead of retreating as supposed she would Immediately picked up a big stone and throw It me Though tho distance was con slderablo and she must have been surprised to see me tho aim was so true that It knocked my hat off and for a moment I thought I was to be tho principal In another life and death struggle As sho drew her arm back for another throw at tho same time advancing rapidly I fired Sho pitched forward uttering a most unearthly screech and In a moment all tho other monkeys wero flying wildly to tho southerly point of tho woods and shortly had vanished entirely from viewWhat finally became of them 1 Wo never know positively but hunters and travellers report that tho Everglades In Florida for tho past tow years havo been full of monkeys and that they appear tame and friendly I but aro iu mortal terror of a gun and if time traveller approaches too closo they shako their heads violently as if saying No more cotton picking for us- Fernando was at first quite discon solate at his loss but I mado him foreman of time Buffalo mine gave him a generous share of tho stock nail ho has proven a splendid man for tho position so that tho returns aro very satisfactory to each of us Except when we think of tho sad fute and mourn tho untimely loss of that remarkable Darwinian Specimen of Evolution wo can afford to laugh at our first attempt to utilize tho Miss ing Link Kermit Roosevelt Kermit Roosevelt second son of tho President is to a considerable portion of time public the least known member of tho Roosevelt family and yet ho Is one of tho most interesting Kermit Is a manly lad who Is now in prepara tory school mid who will within a tow years follow in tho steps of his older brother Theodore Jr by entering Har vard Ho bids fair to prove a strong or lad physically than Toddy and has always gone In for athletics and out door lIfo in general Not long ago he wont on a hunting expedition in the Northwest under the guidance of a man who marl been a companion of hie father in his ranching days and the big game bagged by Kormlt proved con elusively that hoin time will bo aa good a sportsman as his father Coming home from this trip Her mlt politely gave up his sleeping cur berth to an old lady who boarded the train after all the berths had been sold All the junior members of the noose IKERMIT ROOSEVELT velt family are fond of pets but Ivor mlt goes ahead of all the others In his lovo of domestic animals Dogs have always been his favorites and there has seldom been a time when he has not had one or moro canine followers those animals being transported from Oyster flay to Washington each autumn and back again to the summer home In tho spring Kermit Roosevelt is also nn excellent horseman Ho learned to ride on time Presidents old pony Diamonda sturdy black animal that served as the Presidents mount when ho was a young man Old Diamond Is now n pensioner in the White House stables and when Kermit goes riding with his tatheras ho does whenever ho la homo for a vacation ho uses ono of tho saddlo animals In tho Whlto louse stables his preference bolng for Wyom ing time handsome mount presented to President Roosevelt by his friends and admirers In Cheyenne Wyoming Time Honored Use for Kerosene A fire occurred on premises rented by Jews in London The circumstances were somewhat suspicious and an agent of the insurance company was sent to investigate lie interviewed the senior partner and also the jjunior partner as to 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awaiting him says to him plf What Is the use of getting up early In the morning and working ones life out I have money enough com ing to me to take care of me as long as I live So he turns over nnd takes ahother nap while the boy who has nothing in the world but his own self to depend upon feels the spur of ne cessity forcing him out of bed In the morning He kiows there Is no other way open for him but the way of struggle He has nobody to lean on nobody to help him lIe knows that it- YIS a question of either being n nobody or getting up and hustling for dear life Thus shrewd nature In making wart get that which he wants most by the Nits of necessity brings about her great ends of civilization nnd charac ter development of the race The mon ey the property the position are small things In comparison with the man she is nfterSuccessThe Don Juan Manuel Thomas A Janvier In Harpers Mug azine relates the legand of Don Juan Manuel told as It was to him In this City of Mexico by a Mexican 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late of Cincinnati Prof John M Scudder M Dlato of Cincin natl Prof Edwin M Hale M D of Hahnomann Med College Chicago and scores of others equally eminent In their several schools of practice Tho Golden Medical Discovery Is the only medicine put up for sale through- druggists for IIKU purposes that has any such professional enilur8utnlnt worth more than any number of ordinary testimonials Open publicity of Its formula on tho bottlo wrapper Is the best possible guaranty of Its merits A glance at this published formula will show that Golden Medical Discovery contains no poison ous or harmful agents and no alcohol glycerinebeingunobjectionable and besides Is a most useful ingredient In the cure of all stom ach as well as bronchial throat and lung affections Thero Is tho highest medical authority for Its use In all such cases Tho Discovery Is a concentrated glyc eric extract of native medicinal roots and Is safe and reliable jiA booklet of extracts from eminent medical authorities endorsing Its Ingre dients mailed free on request Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y a rich and worthy gentleman who had tho bad vice of killing people Every night at 11 oclock when the palace clock was striking he went out from his magnificent house as you know senor It still Is standing In the street Unit has been named after him all mutllcd In his cloak und under It his dagger In his hand Then he would meet one In the dark street und would ask him politelyI What Is the hour of night And that person having heard the striking of the clock would answer It Is 11 hours of the night And Don Juan Manuel would say to him Senor you are for tunate above all men because you know precisely tho hour at which you die Thou he would thrust with his dagger And then leaving the dead gentleman lying in the street ho would come back again into Ills own home And this bad vice of Don Juan Manuels of klllig people went on senor for a great many years Vltnlltr of Trees An Illustration of the wonderful vi tality and reproductiveness of the rod wood Is reported from Uklnb ns existing In the forests of Mcndoclno coun ty It consists of the trunk of a redwood tree felled for the manufacture of shingles which after lying on the ground undisturbed for several months sprouted n number of young trees whose roots hind developed In Its owe hotly Travelers through the const forests have frequently observed the phenome non of rows of well developed trees growing out of tho bodies of those that have lain long enough on the earth to perish and decay Some years ago a newspaper correspondent reported tin strange phenomenon of new redwood growth on n bridge built of redwood logs across n Tltmibohlt county stream The sides of thjs bridge consisted of two large redwoods which hind been felled so that the ends rested In the soil on each bank All along the upper side of each log a row of sturdy redwood saplings developed shortly after the bridge hUll brow nishedSan lYanclsoo full Good Prices For flutes Oweuton Ky Jan 24Joe Finley of Georgetown has bought twelve aged uinlea from James A Wood of this county for an aggregate price of 115 One pair of this much went In at 1400 Tennent ShoJ Co Fail The Tennent Shoe Co of St Louts has failed a deficit of 223000 has been disclosed Many merchants in this and adjoining counties handled this companys line of shoes The company will probablv be reorganized and continue to do business Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driving it entirely oat of the system It is mach to he preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E S Monday of Henrietta Tex writes My orother was very low with malaria fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters which saved his life At Short Sc Haynes drug store price 50c guaranteed Senate Proceedings FrankfortKv Jan 24The senate adopted the house resolution to fittingly commemorate Lincolns birthday on February 12 Senator Wards resolution urgIng congress to so amend the constitution as to provide for an income and in heritance tax was adopted Senator Sewell had a letter read to the senate from C J Little of Winchester commending the defeat of the Young resolution as to Breathitt county also an interview with Sewell in the Lexington Leader The following new bills were intro duced T By Mr CharltonAct requiring sleeping car companies to give nni form service to all passengers on tourist sleeping cars By Mr LancasterAct providing that circuit clerks Keep record of sales of lands and reports of commissioners By Mr Johnson Act authorizing county courts to appoint one or two road supervisors By Mr JohnsonTo repeal the state fair appropriation- The Linn bill providing that where small towns lying in a voting pre duct have registered such registra tion shall apply only to voters hYing inside the corporate limits WHS passed The bill appropriating 12000 to erect a now statue and repair the won nmout of Henry flay in Lexington cemetery was called up by Senator Cammaok Senators Campbell Allen Hickman and Burnam spoke in favor of the bill It passed unanimously Sam Jewels Killed Sam Jewels a negro about 21 years of age of this town was rut over by a Henderson Route work train at tbe Hawesville gravel pit Friday 3 p in and killed Instantly Jewels was stand ing on one end of the caboose and tell lengthwise across the track The train was making a flying switch one flat car unloaded ran partly over Jewels crushing his breast and cutting off his toes The crew was ordered back to work alter the accident but refused to go through sentiment for the dead negro YOU ARE BURNING UP u A HUMAN BEING LITERALLY LIVES BY BEING CONSUMED ALIVE Energy anti dent Combined Help to llurii Awn this Iloitlly rue ntiil Fresh Material In CaiiNlnntl lie lug Suplilleil by Nil dirt You of course believe with the rest of the world that every seven yearn nature up to n curtain age supplies you with practically a new body that every seven years when you have wasted by ordinary naturalI process the muscles tissues and fibers of your hotly you have given to you quite a new outfit to enable you to carry on life barring accident and disease for the next seven years There Is not n minute atom of your holy front the crown of your head to the sole of your foot but what Is prac tically undergoing u process of burning both night and day said the celebrat ed lecturer on anatomy Professor Lo reau While you ore looking at me now 1 tun being burned to ashes con tinued the professor Nature Is never stationary or Inac tive The body spends Its energy In the way of physical labor and In time constant emission of heat the former method comprising waste that occurs through muscular work entailed by for Instance moving the hotly on Itself walking speaking shouting singing breathing and in the action of time heart and by mental activity though each ef fort be slight Vo expend heat by respiration and perspiration Motion Is energy and energy motion Now the dully aver age Income of energy as created by the human body on ordinary diet Is calculated at about 2200 pounds avoirdu pots That quantity of energy represents our dally storage In the ordinary hodI pounds of energy willIonly requires about 31f pounds of this 2200 pounds and that the remainder becomes as It were evaporated and is being constantly thrown off by the body In the way of heat Ve literally live by being burned aliveI Energy and heat combined help to burn our tissue and fresh Is being supplied by nature just as a new building Is built on the site of one which tins been burned down You have heard of the turn who gets warmed to his work and that being warmed everything goes on satisfactorily like a house on fire That Is literally what happens to every human creature for his house Is always on fire though the real meaning of the descriptive phrase Is not always rightly understood by those who utter It The phrase getting up steam so often used In a jocular sense Is another truth hut little understood Our body Is never done Retting up steam and tills steam Is our propelling power by which we are able to get about our work and by which the brain Is able to keep up Its rush of ideas Let na ture stop getting up steam and we have u nervous collapse With plenty of steam we can tin away without It we run down There Is nothing to keep our body warm nothing to warm our food nothing to warm and render moist the air we In spire and there Is nothing to provide for the radiation und evaporation of different moistures from the skin Brain workers give oft n greater amount of heat than physical workers hence they are more liable to collapse Their expenditure exceeds Income and the result is bankruptcy They are obliged to lie up till they can obtain more capital In other words they have been consumed by the lire of the body at u quicker rate than it takes nature to supply a quantity of fresh tissue and muscle The ages of twentyone twenty eight thirtyfive and fortytwo are the most critical periods of a persons lifetime for at about these ages nature will have fitted the body out with new raw materials A child of seven has different hair and eyes from those which It had when It was born Theres the proorNew York News Tile teal Mnlnr The real Malay Is a short thickset well built man with straight black hair a dark brown complexion thick nose anti lips and bright Intelligent eyes Ills disposition Is generally kindly his manners polite and easy Never cringing he Is reserved with strangers and suspicious though he does not show It lIe Is courageous and trustworthy In the discharge of an undertaking but ho Is extravagant fond of borrowing money and very slow In repaying It He Is a good talk er speaks In parables quotes proverbs and wise saws has a strong sense of humor and Is very fond of a good Joke lIe takes an interest in the affairs of his neighbors nnd Is consequently a gossip lie never drinks intoxicants he is rarely an opium smoker Hut lie Is fond of gambling cock lighting mind kindred sports Ho Is by nature a sportsman catches and tames elephants Is a skillful fisherman and thor oughly at lime In n boat Above nil tunings he Is conservative to a degree Is proud and fond of his country and his people venerates his ancient customs and traditions fears his rajahs and has a proper respect for constituted authority while he looks askance on all Inno vations and will resist their sudden Introduction Swettenhams Malay Sketches He had llie Doubts Xlggsby I think n man Is n coward who would strike n woman dont you Perksby Well I dont know No cow and would dare to strike my mother Uir CUT IT OUTsays the doctor to many of his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has been proved by the wonderful cures 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January and February 190C Ask us for rates J G Gallagher L J Irwin Traveling Passenger Agt General Passenger Lad Roads Heart Four nulesIChas Mattuigly of Mattingly was here Thursday part of his I Pryor totacco crop which amounted to GOOU libs He sold to American at C r 62 Mr Mattingly drove four fine looking young mules to his wagon and is himself a handsome young fellow Mr Mattingly said that it the roads were not no bad that two I I mules could easily pull the load to town that now requiies tour to nanlit liThe worst place on the Bowling Green road he eaidis at the Sand ers place just beyond Iron Ore bill This is the result of the loads not having the proper drainage This place however has not oeen worked lately TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE liltOMO Quinine Tablets Druggists money if It fulls to euro K W G KOVKB signature Is on each box 25c Banner Price For Tobacco As we go to press the banner juice of the seasonso far has been reach ed by a sample of tobacco grown by Mr Lutner King on the farm of Mr Isome Sell are ut the Robards neigh bnrhooaThe has been running day and competition has been brisk for this exceptionally high class crop of 30000 pounds Tne last offer reported was 10 13 for and 2 for trash and the bidding did not seem to he exhausted at that the bidding lies between Noawoith Ryan John Hodge and the Imperial Tobacco Com pany Henderson Evening Journal Another Good Man Gone Wrong He neglected to take Foleys Kidney Jars at the first of Kidney trou ble hoping it would wear away and he was soon a victim of Brights dis ease There is danger in delay but it Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at once the symptoms will disappear the kidneys mire strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of Morgantown Ind had to get up ten or twelve times in the night and had a severe backache and pains in tho kidneys and was cured by Foleys Kidney OureSoll by A R Fisher Chicago to Owensboro 11 hope to be able to rIde across a bridge at Owensboro fin a few months These are the words of E W Hanison an expert engineer sent out by the GAVE UP SUPPORTER tliI wore a supporter for years for my womb which had crowded everything down before it Mrs S J of Mannsvilie N Y I suf fered untold misery nnd could hardly walk After taking Cardul I gave up my supporter and can now be on my feet half a day at a time and and Special until 31 and Agt delivering refund all lugs sign writes eastern capitalists interested in the Chicago Indianoplls and Evansville Railroad company and whose report will determine largely whether or not the road comes to Owensboro says the Messenger Mr Harrison spent Mon day in Owensboro together with N M DeBruin chief engineer of the C 1 and E and F H Earle Jr an assistant of Mr Harrison Mr Harri sons home is at Jersey City He is re cognized by several of tbe big Eastern railroads as one of the ureateat authorities on engineering in the United States and is employed as consulting engineer by companies Dangers of a Cold ana How to 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combined with the greatest known tonlt and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyi pepsla Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of RtYeniwood W Va siyir I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty part Kodol cured me and we are now using It In milt for babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 31001 Stie holdlnt 2M time the total size which tells for 50 tents Prepared by E a DeWITT fc 00 OHIOACMX Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar PARKERS HAIR BALSAM haltlronwtegrowthNever yHCurri taiogbcandttt MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets nt half fare plus 2 Round trip tickets at less than one way fare From Memphis Cairo or St Louis via Cotton Belt Route February 6 and 20 Stopovers both ways and 21 days re turn limit on round trip tickets Write for map folder and pick your date and say when and where you want to go and we will give you full information by return mail L C BARRY T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky e I r1M tys t t irks I t I f a I II V Ii i JL +1 IR r 4 Jr OJ I ti 111 1 t r x v fi s ji lI F- vt t- tiit I t l L- tJt Jt f rJ I V t I v t to- II I II I i i I r 6 t f f i ft 1 i fr I 1 4 aRyn MEATS IN GERMANY Almost a Famine Improved Methods off Slaughtering JV ELLIOTT MITCH From time to tlmo the United States Department of Commerce and Labor has received reports from its various consuls In Germany giving accounts of a meat famine in the Faderland Tho scarcity of cattlo In Germany is probably duo primarily to the strict laws of that country forbidding impor tation of live stock from countries in which certain animal diseases are known to exist The elaborate and complicated system of inspections and prohibitions imposed upon tho impor tation of meats and domestic animals by the new meat Inspection law of Germany which went into effect a few months ago had the effect of increas ing the prices of pork beef veal and mutton by diminishing tho available supply On account of a few cases of Texas fever which existed among the cattle coming from tho southern and Western part of the United States live stock from this country are excluded similarly because cases of foot and mouth disease wero known to exist In Russia Denmark and Sweden cattle from those countries are likewise denied admission Soon after tho new Inspection law was put into effect the Imports of live stock and meat supplies greatly decreased until the situation in Germany was extremely grave Prices asked for dressed meat went ouite beyond the reach of many working people in the great busy cities While It was report ed that the butchers and meat mer chants were taking advantage of the situation and charging doublo prices investigation showed that they were in reality in serious difficulties for in stead of increased profits they were making less money than before the law went into effect A number of them announced to tho municipal au thorities their Intention to relinquish their business Mass meetings have been held by citizens and meat dealers with an endeavor to induce the au thorities to make the meat inspection laws less stringent but rfo far without resultThe model abattoir and cattle markets of Europe at tho present time are to be found in Germany There are extensive and well equipped establish ments in several large cities but those which are tho newest with the latest improvements and regarded as the best of all are at tho old university town of Halle and at Mannheim on the Rhine These aro almost duplicate plants Aa early as 1878 there wero city abattoirs at Mannheim one for Jews and one for Christians In 1890 it was decided to construct a single new abat toir in connection with the new mar ket This was completed in May 1900 This latter abattoir is a model of per fection ample provision being made for receiving animals and shipping dressed carcasses The visitor does not receive suggestions of slaughter ing through any appearance of blood on surrounding walls nor does he smell it in the air as in many of the American slaughter houses Build ings are of brick stone iron and glass of good appearance substantially and admirably adapted to their respective purposes All are supplied with hot and cold water live steam electric lights and either tM TH or electric power These operate a pron OM h of mechanical 1ihr saving appliances Tho hoisting apparatus is handled so that manual lifting Is almost wholly avoided and by stispen ted tramways carcasses and other heavy parts may be moved in all directions In the kill ing halls Artificial ventilation Is also prtYlded so that every apartment may be supplied with currents of fresh aIr dry and either cold or warm as do sired The rooms for slaughter are large light and airy Instead of little pens as is the usual case in Franco the arrangements at Mannheim are for a separate hall for every kind of anI- mal and a regular corps of Hcon pd butchers Is employed by the establish mentButchering IB comparatively speaking humanely done The largo ani mats are killed by n percussion gun attached to tho head with a mask ami the smaller ones nro stunned by n blow on tho hend and then bled Of course the Jewish butchering Is ac complished by a different method and according to thin rites prescribed bv that religion Inspectors are present to supervise the slaughter nnd every quarter passed and nnnroved for market Is properly branded Tho system of general drainage sub terranean conduits and service tram ways Is very complete Ample clean ing facilities aro constantly employed and these in conjunction with power ful ventilating fans keep tho estab lishment clean and odorless Every animal that enters tho Berlin abattoir is inspected to see whether it is fit to kill After animals are put to death those whoso flesh is consid ered absolutely dangerous aro do stroyed Owing to the prevalence of poverty the Gorman authorities are un willing to waste anything that can be saved Animals killed aro divided into four cl The first class consists of meat which is thoroughly sound this Is allowed to go to general mar kets The second class consists of animals having pome small loral dis ease which Iocs not taint the bulk of the meat The affected parts only are destroyed and tho rest Is sold directly to poor consumers In quantities not clnssiseased that it cannot be safely sold In a raw state However It may be eaten without detrimental results if thor oughly sterilized It Is accordingly sub jected to a temperature of from 220 to 230 degrees in a steam toiler and then sold to the poor like the rest Tho fourth class animals are those which are so diseased as to merit total destruction While It may appear loath Scene in American Slaughter House JJow they ilo it in Germany some to American people to have a housewife buy meat from diseased an imals yet under such a system as is adopted In Germany when one goes to the market house to buy a piece of sound meat he Is assured of getting it He at least does not buy bail or dis eased meat thinking it Is first rate d- Apple Growing Tho Department of Agriculture of ten receives communications from farmers who arc maintaining that tho practical agriculturist does not have much faith in experiments conducted at experiment stations as they aro on such a small scale that great weight cannot be attached to tho re sults The statement Is made that wero these experiments made on a largo scalo or under conditions such as confront tho farmer himself they might prove more valuable Taking this standpoint as a rule to follow the New York experiment station through the Department of Agriculture has reported tho results of an examination of 1138 apple orchards covering 8 C12 acres In Wayne and Orleans counties New York Both of these counties are extensive apple growing regions In one township every or A PROFITABLE APPLE TREE chard as largo as an acre in extent was visited Observations were made on such factors as location site aspect soil management distance between trees pruning present condition of the orchard orchard troubles etc The agent of the New York station found that for orchards tilled five years or more there was an Increased yield of about 80 per cent over or chards which had been five years or more In sod This greater yield In the tilled orchards was found not to be duo entirely to cultivation ns tho man who tills his orchard usually gives It better care as regards fertilizers spraying pruning etc Figures were compiled of orchards in sod which were used as pasturage for live stock While It was found that hogs were least and cattle most Injurious In tho orchard pasturing the orchard with neither sheep or hogs resulted in better yields than thoso not pastured The fertilized orchards yield an average increase of 55 bush els per acre over those to which no fertilizer had been applied Data was collected of the value of spraying apples and it was shown that while 8430 bushels of sprayed apples brought an average of 202 per bushel 6365 bush els of unsprayed apples brought but 180 per bushel The effect of distance between trees planted before 1880 was studied in its relation to yield Taking figures from an average of four years It was found that trees planted 30 by 30 feet apart yield 186 bushels per acre trees 31 by 31 to 35 by 35 feet apart 222 bushels per acre and trees 36 by 36 to 40 by 40 feet apart yield 229 bushels per acre a year Observations In tho counties showed that whim tho site Is not a very Important factor the best site Is doubtless one that Is sufficiently elevated to give good opportunity for air and for water drainage and not so high as to be erpeclally exposed to the wind This survey of the New York section covering as It does tho actual prac tices of farmers In two of tho most Im portant fruitgrowing counties of Now York and giving the actual results In yields and Income by different meth ods of treatment In hundreds of or chards is on a sufficiently large scale to make the results obtained of more than usual value and Interest It Is exceedingly gratifying to find that the cultural methods long recommended by experiment stations as a result of trials on a small scale hold true when applied to orcharding on a commercial scale UplODiilc Weather Reports The latest work upon which the United States Weather Bureau has entered Is a system of meteorological our servations from vessels at sea by wireless telegraphy and tho simultaneous issuance of weather forecasts and storm warnings to those vessels The Weather Bureau has prepared a special code by means of which exact Informa tlon as to date and hour latitude and longitude of the vessel atmospheric pressure temperature force and direc tion of the wind and the character of the sky are all compressed into four words As soon as any coast wireless telegraph station receives such dispatch from vessels tho message Is to be delivered at once to the Weather Bureau at Washington Should the contents of this message be of such importance as to demand special storm warnings notices will bo prepared and dlspatrhed by wireless telegraphy to all vessels In tho vicinity affected The value of such a service might be cited when the experience of the steamship Campania Is remembered On October 11 last this liner was caught In a hurricane The storm was found to have had no great area and it Is stated by the Weather Bureau that had tho sys tem proposed been in use at that time warning of its existence might have enabled the Campania and other ves sels to avoid Its center of activity An other feature of great value in this I proposed system Is that the Weather Bureau will thus bo enabled to send to transAtlantic liners and other vessels Information as to the limit of fog and ice on tho Grand flanks so that by slightly altering their course they may steer clear of these dangers SECRETARY StL1 W WAS LATE He Narrowly Escaped Call Down by Vigilant Watchman Secretary of the Treasury Shaw was three minutes late in reaching the Treas try Department the other morning and narrowly esccapcd bcny held up by the I vigilant watchman t the door It was raining wncn he arrived anl1I he hurried through one of the seldom used entrances to the building- It is one of the regulations of his department that all employes arriving late shall register the time of their arrival at a desk near the entrance Mr Shaw did not consider himself amenable to this regulation and hurried to the elevator to go to his office on the second floor The watchman noticed his apparent carelessness in not registering and not recognizing him hurried after the Secretary to remind him of his neg lectWhen the watchman reached the ele vator however he heard the conductor address his passenger as Mr Secre taryThe watchmans activity ceased imme diately Secretary Shaw remarked later ill the day he was sorry he did not goI backand register as all rood emfloyts are required to do A Brooder for a Dollar The Department of Agriculture has recently published a method of con strutting a chicken brooder the total cost of which might como well within 100 Such a brooder hoc been given careful trial by tho Connecticut experiment station and has given excellent results when used in a shed or colony house Tho lower section of tho brood er which contains tho lamp for heating Is a box 3 ft squaro made of 10 inch boards and covered with tin or gal vanized iron About this cover around the edges of the lamp box ono inch strips are nailed Two ono inch holes are bored through these strips on each side of the box for tho purpose e ven tilation A floor of matchcu wards Is laid on tho strips A hole 8 inches in diameter Is cut In tho center of this floor and over it is turned an old tin I THE DOLLAR BROODER pan 10 Inches in diameter tho sides of tho pan being full of holes to allow free circulation of heat Over this Is placed a table 2 feet 6 inches square with legs 4 Inches high Around the sides of this table is tacked a curtain of old felt cut from top to bottom at Intervals of five or six inches to allow tho chicks to pass in and out at will the whole being surrounded by boards 4 Inches high and 3 Inches long nailed together at the corners and resting on the floor of the brooder When the chicks are ten days old one of these boards may be taken away and the bridge used so that the chicks may run from tho hover to tho floor of tho room Tho description of the brooder can be found In Farmers Bulletin No 287 which can be had upon application to members of Congress or to the Secretary of Agriculture Double Yolked Eggs Squire Meadows who lived down at Four Corners was classed ns a mean old son of agun He didnt mind buying new farm implements every year and allowing them to rust and ruin out In the winter rains and snows but he would not buy his wife n sewing machine or a dishwashing ma chine to lessen the labors of house work She was never allowed ppcnd Ing money nnd whenever anything ncessary was wanted for the house the Squire always wont himself to the village store nnd made a trade of some farm stuff for the nrtlclo desired One day the good wife wanted ft package of darning needles and told her husband so Now Abagall he said whats they use of jrettln so stravngant Winters coming on an thars that fodder cutter ter buy cant yer get along somehow with lessi The argument ended by a reduction to a single needle Squire Meadows took n fresh laid egg down to the coun try store nnd Inquired of the store keeper whether he would trade a darning needle for an egg The owner was willing nnd the trade was made Now It seems that this store In addition to being a grocery dry goods establishment nnd post once was also one where liquid refreshments were dispensed The owner was known as a man of great cordiality to his customers often Inviting them to a treat on him The Squire having made the trade looked around at the array of bottled PACKING APPLES FOR SHIPMENT that on tho shelf and smacking his llpi saidWhy say look yore Perkins they say yer treat yer customers pretty well at times tel somethln strongern water Sure responded the storekeeper Wlmtll yer her Oh I guess mlncll be eherryn egg Perkins went over to the shelf brought out the t gg just traded In by the Squire broke it Into the glass and was prepared to pour in the liquor outI that yelker bar dont yer owe me another darnki needle The Future Mikado P They can do things In Japan we could never even dream of doing Tho imperial family of Japan dwells together in harmony under circumstances that would cause domestic discord if not absolute disruption in an everyday American family Her majesty the Empress is several years older than her illustrious spouse the Mikado and though she is the only wife ho has ever had she Is not the mother of tho five children the crown prince and four princesof whom the Emperor Is the father In case she should become the mother of a son which as she is fifty six years old is exceedingly Improb able the Illegitimate children of the Bmperor would have to stand aside Now they are accorded the full honors duo to members of the Imperial family DO YOU USE ACETYLENE If so we want to send you A 8AMPl PURICR Wo believe we have the very best and the cheapest line of Acetylene Burners Our sample will show better than we can explain here why it would pay you to use burners us today mention kind of Generator used enclose 8 cents in I1Write stamps to cover postage and we will send you A SAMPLE BURNER WLV I OPE CO lr Ny3fRsisr NEWV YOR1Ifc N y The Most Satislactory Light The Anglo Lamp Is not the only method of lighting your homo but taken all In oil Ills the most satisfactory For whllo it floods your room with tho finest softest and most restful Hsnt muJdn our homo moro cosy and inviting It requires almost as Uttla attention as gal or electric Ii as simple and convenient to 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St New Yorkroll180838thYcar1000 tl t r WF AM 4 Yp ti r 4 J1j I- e rI I r t r 4 r- ff j II i r l t u i 1 1i i ii I N t J n J t1 t to h itt yr 1 il t t i i i k J I If I i ii k I r J 1 n t f X f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1000 MRS FOOTE GETS PRIZE Louisville Kv Jan 25Never In the ten eau history of the Kentucky State Poultry Association has there been a better day than thut of Jyester day Measured from the ticket sales and from the interest manifested iIn all the displays it beat all records The Dog Show was opened yesterday and drew many who otherwise would not have been in attendance The annual election ot the association was held last evening and all the old officers reflected The judging of the pigeon exhibit was finished that of the poultry continued and that of the dogs will be begun today The Kentucky hen is very much in evidence as is the other side of the family and many fine specimens of the species are to be seen The geese of which there are some unusual variet lee attract no little attention But It is the dogs that are the cause of the greatest interest trom those who are not connoisseurs in the poultry line Many Louisville society people braved the terrors of the long aisles of scratch lug crowing chickens to get into the dog department A number of very fine bull terriers aroused the interest and enthusiasm of the girls The pre miii ins awarded yesterday were on the Barred Plymouth Rock and on the Buff Wyandottes The decisions were as followsBarred Plymouth ROCKS Harry Clubb first and second penstirst rock first hen tirst cockerel and first pullet i Sirs A S Sparks of Buechel third and fourth pens Mrs G A Foote second cock i D C Williams second hen Bellviow Poultry Yards second cockerell J N Hadden second pullet Bull Wyandottes Kiner Gardner first pen first hen first iocKerell and second pullet M G yells second pen ADDITIONAL LOCALS Frank FUIIZP was in Louisville this week i8 pounds of sugar for 1 at Glass cock Cos Glendwine Miss Grace Plank was in Louisville TuesdayMrs H Murray has been sick for several days Go to Gasscock Cos Glendoane and get a good roasttd collee for 10 cents a pound W B Oelztt went to Chattanooga Tenn Tuesday where he will probably enter the serrloe of a large tnerchuntilo house as an artist Little Misses Nannie and Zoo Jolly daughters of Mr and Mrs Htniy Jolly of Lewisport who have been visiting Mr rind Mrs Frank Payne returned homo Monday toICapr Marion Ryan returned Louisville last week to resume his duties with the 1 y E Packet line nttor being oft touietiao on account cf sickness Miss Marvin King daughter of Prof and Mrgl P King went to Stennens port Friday to take A county examina tion hold there Saturday by Edmund I Vroa of this city Mr and wrs Wrn Dawson Victor ia went to Hawesvile Saturday to visit Mr md Mrs G C Boling Mr Dawson reports very bad roads in the Victoiia iioiylibomood- Husdepth from Hopuinsville the evangelist of thet Christian church in Southern Kentucky will preach morn ing and evening at the Presbyterian ch urrh Sunday H Stuart Miller of Owenseoro was In Hawesvills and CauneUon Monday securing information relative to elec trio lights Mr Milllnr is interested in an establishment of an electric plant here HI will make a proposi t tio n to till city council Monday nignt J AgerFora asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pectoral CherryPectoral Always keep a bottle of it in the house We have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I iav ninl Apr burn Pectoral In my family fur jiiypir It tat tV lUer inixticme rn rlurcurIl I kfr till ilutat atnll iTK 111011M J K yral now Wultliam Man 2OAA cIM I r AVKH i n All 111011for raaiitjyjiUiaiiiuii 1 TJheJLungs Dally action of the bowels Is nocos nary Aid nature with Ayors Pills WILD WITHI II ITCHING HUMOR Eruption Broke Out in Spots All Over BodyCaused a Continual Itching for Two YearsDoctors Medicine Did no Good Cured at Expense of only 125 and Now THANKS CUTICURA FOR COMPLETE CURE ISome time ago I wrote you for a bookon the Cuticura Remedies and received it 0 K and went and bought the Soap Ointment and Pills They aid me more good than any medicine 1 ever used They cured me of my skin disease and I am very thankful to you My trouble was eruption of the skin which broke out in spots all over my body and caused a continual itching which nearly drove me wild at times I got medicine of n doctor but it did not cure me and when I saw in a paper your ad I for the Cuticura book and I studiedmy risn in it I then went to the drug store and bought one cuke of Cuticura Soap one box of Cu ticura Ointment and one vial of Cuti curs Pills From the first application I received relief I used the first set and two extra cakes of Cuticura Soap and was completely cured I had suffered for two years and I again thank Cuticura for my cure If you wish you stay publish this 1 our friend forever Claude Johnson Maple Grove Farm H F D2 Walnut Ian June 15 190- 3ITCH ITCH I ITCH I SCRATCH1 SCHATCH SCHATCII This is the condition of thousands of skintor tured men women and children who may be instantly relieved and speedily cured by warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle applications of Cuticura Oint ment the great Skin Cure and mild doses of Cuticum Resolvent Pills when physicians and all else fail Sold throughout the world Cutlcurt Soap SSc Olnl ment9M Hmil ent Wv iiIn form of Chocolate CoiI J I1IK lec pr vial of 001Y be had of all ilruggliti t singlel el oftrn eur Drug it Ctuiu Corp Sole 1 irSiaUeU0rRc All About the Skin Scalp and Hilr Rev OKeep Dead The Her Matthew OKeefewho was the last surviving brigade chaplain of tine Confederate army died at Town son Md He was with Mahones brigade of the Army of Northern Vir ginia and was an intimate friend of Gen Robert E Lee and Jefferson Davis TEMPERANCEMASS All persons interested in the temper ante cause are respectively requestea toattnd mens meeting to be held at Oelzes hall Friday night begining at 8 oclock IMPORTANT MASS MEETING All persons interested in the organ Izatlon of a commercial club in Clover pact are rtspectfully requested to be present at mens meeting to be held in I Oelzes hall Thursday night at 8 oclork The mettiug to b held last Friday night at City Hall was post posed until this date on account of many ot the business men paying to- he at their stores Friday unexpect dly being a pay day with the Header sea Route SUCCEEDS HUDSON Leonard Cox engineer in the United States Navy Department and son of Ittilla Cox president of the Hender ton Route has been appointed chief engineer of the Henderson Route to ucceed R N Hudson recently resigned and has forwarded his resignation to tho Secretary of the Navy at Wash- Ington D C The officials of the Henderson Route have not been not Ill do of his acceptance of the app int meat but Mrs Cox and their cnild have come to Louisville and prepara ions are being wade for them to go to housekeeping here Mrs Cox is stop ping at the residence of Bamuel Castle man M18 Third street Tuesday onriorJournal Miss Mounts Barmen Hawesville Is visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Yea gur Eld W I GriflinWyatt Ind will preach at the Presbyterian church to nIght All are invited Miss Richie Adcox and brother Cleave wont to Tell City Tuesday to visit Mrs Mattie Smith A petition praying the city council to frame an ordinance which will pro libit the running of stuck at large in town is being circulated Francis Smith and Miss Trout nan of Cedar Flat were united I in the bonds of matrimony Sunday evening Jan 21 at the home of- Her Modes IA Se OF E AT HAWESVILLE Continued from First Page yonr hum lo servant was elected A motion was then made and carried t0I adopt the new constitution A furthe- motion was made and carried to asseseI each local that had not pravional paid25 cents the money to tie used iIn paying President Minnetts expenses to Louisville The matter was settled at once the necessary amount being 1400 It was further agreed that alt local should pay their dues at the next county union which meets at the court house two weeks from the above date Pledges were then distributed among the delegates with instructions to can vas each school district and if possible have every tobacco grower to agree to abide by the 10000 hill system The committee on resolutions then made its report which is as follows The convention then adjourned to meet again on the above mentioned dateJohn Y Lott Secretary John E Minnett President Platndealer will please print- RESOLUTIONS WHEREAS The American Society of Equity has provided ample ways and means whereby the tobacco growers of the dark tobacco belt have estab fished a precedent the first of the kind known to agriculturalists that of setting and securing prices on farm products and- WHEREASThese conditions have been brought about by persistent effort and selfsacrifice on the part of real and loyal members of the American Society of Equity who have stood by the plans promulgated by our Nation Conventions both at Lynchburg and Pt Owensboro and who have not put their tobacco on the open market thus rendering themselves members in good standing therefore RESOLVED That each lo arnnion of Hancock county be represented in said county union by one representa tive for every ten members or majority fractional part thereof whc are in good standing That we adont the same number of nills of tobacco to the hand that we had in 1005 viz ten thousand hills to the handbe it burley or dark tooac co i boys between twelve and sixteen years of age to constitute a halt hand and in cases where the women have been in the habit of assisting in the cultivation of tobacco their apportionment shall lo left to the local union wherein they reside That it shall be the duty of the Finance Committee to see that their spective districts are thoroughly can ressed and each man sign for or against the ton thousand hill plan That we protest against the bill now pending in our National Congress to reduce the tariff on Philipine tobacco and do hereby ask our Congressman to do all in his power to defeat said bill That these resolutions be published In each of our county papers and copied in the Owonboro papers as well as a copy he furnished to Congressman A 0 StanleyCOMMITTEE jF Lancaster J F Holland E D Bruner Hancock Clarion Mr and Mrp Clarence Biker Haw sville are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Robert McGavocknear hero Presents China Tho of China has sent to American legation a number of presents for Alice Roosevelt The presents consist of jewels silks and ermine robes last SHEEP DOGS Being Looked After At Frank fortChinn Makes Maiden Speech Favoring Bill BILLSrKy Jan 25The dog tax bill introduced by Senator De Haven was reported favorably by the committee and it was at once taken no for discussion Senator George spoke against the bill and moved a till next Thursday He said more bright men nad gone to political obli vion by the dogtax route than any other route Senator DeHaven spoke in reply and said ho was seeking political oblivion from choice and if he could help the sheepfarmer and at the same time orotect the dogs by passing this bill he wonld welcome such oblivion Senator Campbell in his speech against the bill recited many incidents of the faithfulness affection and intelligence of doguand challenged any one to show a like incident as to sheep Senator DeHaven jumped up quick ly and in a serious vein said every one present certainly recalled the story of Mary and her little lamb This convulsed the Senate Senator Chinn made his maid en speech favoring the bill and made a decided hit with his fellowSenators He said he owned thirtytour dogs and wanted to pay a tax on all of them and also wanted to protect his sheep and his neighbors sheep He declared that a dog that was not worth a dollar a year was a worthless dog that he always paiu for any depredations his dogs committed and the law should be passed so that everybody could have both his dogs and sheep protectedSenator Grady spoke for the bill The bill passed by a vote of 28 to 10 The following now bills were duced Senate Bill No 106BurnamAct- to amend Section 1003 Kentucky Statutes so that quarterly courts may have jurisdiction in misdemeanor cases in sixth class towns that have no Police Judges Senate Bill No197LinnTo amend Section 2632 Kentucky Statutes so that a physician may own and operate a drug store Senate Bill No 108 SpencoTo amend Section 3218 Kentucky Statutes so that School Hoards in second doss cities must report in detail till expenditures each month to the Gener al CouncilSenate Bill No 109 George Act appropriating 15000 to build monument at Shiloh to Federal and Confederate soldiers PostOffice Robbed The postcilice at Anchorage was robbed of about X500 early yesterday morning the safe being blown open with giant powder The burglars es caped by stealing a horse and buggy and coming to Louisville The only clew is the print of a mans left in the dust on So cover showing one finger to be missing Mr and Mrs Ridge left Mon day for Louisville enroute to Macon Ua where they will reside MrRidge Has a position the Central Georgia R Ry Co He foimely work I ed at the Henderson Route Shops hereII NOTICEIEach person owing me taxes is aware that my time has expired and I must at once collect all the taxes owing me My ride is the Hardinsburg and HcDanielsi district You will be notified either by letter or riding I can take no excuses as I must get into some other business and am going to close my books at once This is meant for each person owing me taxes 1 will be at the Sheriffs office Hardinsburg every Saturday Write me and I will send amount owingNo offense is meant but this is a strictly business proposition It may save you time and money to prepare for it at once 1 must and am going to collect at once re spectfully H M Beard ExD S 1st and 6th Dists from Dowager Empress the wedding Miss costly Philips BlaclcStepnensportwas here Tuesday KILLING Frankfnrt postpone ment touching Jack Intro hand typewriter John with Very HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS t Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Peruna For His Recovery 1 r CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PERUNA Hon David Mcokison Napoleon Ohio oxmember of Congress Fiftyflftti District writes I have used several bottles ot Peruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head I feel encouraged to believe that If I use It a short time longer 1 will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years standingDavid Meekison ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE Mr Jucob L Davis Oalena Stono county Mo writesU I havo been in bad health for thirtyseven years and after taking twelvo bottles of your Peruna I am eurctlJacob L Davis If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho uso of Pornna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable advlco gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 6 JOTTINGS Bad colds are popular at this writ ingPound parties and early office hours are not on speaking terms Did you ever hear of a mens meeting without ham sandwiches 4U nas struck Cloverport Results are wanting People who live in glass houses shouldnt throw stones unless the doors are open This springwinter weather manes the hens lay We get two eggs now and have 13 producers of them Tho egg industry fin profitable in the poult ry books Aint no use doing now what you kin do tmorrow for tmoirow maybe you wont have to do it Dont read your neighbors News there may be something in it about you Seven Million boxes sold in Some men let their brain leak oaf the street corner in an effort to titwhat others ought to do Dam fellows what say dat Clover ports got walking saloons are evident ly in the posession Valuation of Davies The Supervisors assessment of pro perty in Davies county just complet edshows a valuation of an of flea ly a million and a half dollars over last year In Honor of McKinley The McKinley Memorial Association distributed hundreds ot carnations to men in Louisville Monday in honor of the birthday of William McKinley Child Burned to Death Lotta Glenn fifteen years of age daughter of Mr and Mrs David Glenn of Daviess county was burned to death Sunday her dress catching fire from an open grate Miss Ruth Haynes went to Owens boro last Wednesday IrHardinsburg AN- DCollegiate NormalJ Institute I ISESSION 19051906 i1m Normal Dept for Teachers Opens Monday Feb 5 1906 L1m teachlIDel1m partment will be under charge of HRh ANDREW DRISKELL 1mwhoso ability and experience are well known tor A all 1mTuitionHigh School and Normal Department 300 lID per month in advance Intermediate or Primary ask for termsGood hoard 225 to 250 per week For Ifurthor in W formation address either IAndrew Driskell or DeS Collins Prin Hardinstuirg Ky W r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo 21IInine Tablets past 12 months This signature 14270209 increase c3 lCures on every bcx25c t 0 y t 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