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X V tC10 r lH a r t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSi I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 12 Paces NO 32 f I Ir l 4a 4W +1 J 1r ug I a jJI r 1j 1 1L Utj 1 J 11r J i i llJ v NATIONS BRIDE IS MARRIED Washington Feb 17Wlth a plain circle of virgin gold in the historic East room of the White House at thir teen minutes after13 oclock today Alice Lee Roosevelt eldest daughter of the President of the United States and Nicholas Longworth the Repre sea tlve in Congress from the First dlsfrlot of Ohio were united in mar rflige The ceremony one of the most iimpressive ever performed in the Ex ecutive Mansion was according to thb liturgy of the protestant Episco pal church of which the bride is a member It was solemnized by the de votiohal beauty of a Cathedral service No ceremony of a similar kind ever was witnessed by a more distinguished assemblage There were present as guests not only the most eminent representatives of the American Govern ment but the personal commissions of the Kings and Potentates of the pow ers of the civilized world constituting an assemblage not only one of the larg eat but the most distinguished tnat ever was gathered at one time in the White Bouse I A halo of a hundred years of romantic White House history nnng over the bridal couple Mibs Roosevelt was the twelfth bride according to Accepted authorities to plight her troth within its classic walls and the identiclal spot where sue today joined hands with the hnstand of her choice for bett er or for worse is Hallowed in the memory of another White House bride uiellloUrant who thlrtytwo years ago on that same spot became the wife of an Englishman Algernon- C F Sartoris Tender indeed must have been the recollections of Mrs Sar toria of that day now long ago for sb6 was one of the witnesses of Miss Roosevelts wedding One Thousand Guests While the bride herself and the President and Mrs Roosevet had desir ed that the ceremony of the marriage should be quiet and simple as possibl- eit was found impracticable to limit the function as was intended nt first to the Immediate relatives of the bride rf and bridegroom It became necessary to include among the guests invited certain officiall l classes and personal friends of Miss Roosevelt and Mr Longworth and in all the people bidden to the ceremony numbered a thousand The ceremony took place in the East room made famous by a century of brilliant social functions but no event in its history ever was so brilliant and I beautiful as that of today The classic splendor of the great apartment was enchanced by exquisite and artistic de cprations and the brilliant sunlight eta gorgeous day lent added beauty to the setting of the wedding It had been intended to light the magniUcient room with the hundreds of softly shaded electric lamps of the great crystal chandeliers but while artificial lights were utilized through out the remainder of the White House it was determined to flood the marri age scene with sunlight- In The Sunlight 3j win a beautiful conceit founded iqaI the pretty proverb Happy is 1the bride tho sun snines on No lorller day in winter ever dawned the air was as balmy almost as in spring No more auspicious day for a fdding could have been Imagined For days the White House ordinary open to visitors during specified hours pFeaoh day had been closed pending arrangements for todays ceremony The fast room in which the ceremony oceprred was decorated most elaboartej to Be Played March 1 1 A Regular Flirt the style of a threet act comedy will be played here bf ocaltalent March 1 The cast has beak rehearsing for several weeks and a treat is in store for tnose who will see the play Miss Morrison Married Miss Mabel Morrison of this city was married last woes to Mr Will Boutchor ot Ltiwisport a railroad man Miss Morrison is the daughter of lit ana Mrs Joe Morrison and a pretty young lady J W Cox Dead John WICox Section Foreman at t FIlI of Rough dies Sunday night lopaeumonia after a short illness HeaPae qi member of the Glendeane j Lodge F dfcc SJI Hls funeral was coitdaoted by the Masons ly Not since the incoming of the ad ministration of President Roosevelt have the White House apartments been so exquisitely graced with flowers as they were today While no space necessary for guests was taken up withfloral decorations every room in tho lower part of the Executive Mansion was brilliant with flowers and decorative plants Beginning of Ceremony- At four minutes after 12 oclock Mrs Roosevelt on the arm of her eld est son Theodore Jr descended the main staircase and entered the East room by the west doors She was pie ceded by Major Charles McCauley and other military aides and was escoitea platformitase place The mother and sisters of the bride groom and other designated members of his family already had assumed their places at the right of the plat formThat a way might be Kept clear for the approach to the extemporized alter ot the wedding two strong white satin ropes were Htreched trom each side of the main entrance to the East room to points on the east wall of the apart ment on the north and south sides of the floral Dower Mrs Roosevelt was followea by her son Kermitand nor daughter Ethel and her sons Archie and Quint in couples The children stood with their mother on the north sldo of the alter platform- As she entered the East room Mrs Roosevelt graciously acknowleged the greeting of friends line wore a superb grown of creamcolored brocade heavy and ricnly designed ton which were figures of blue and brown inter laced with threads of gold Tne dress was cut in Princess stylo with a long train of the same brocaded material It was trimmed in brown chiffon em broidered in blue and gold The yoke of the bodice was formed or embroidered chiffon as were the trimmings of the elbow sleeves The skirtexquisitely designed was panell ed in blue and gold embroidery She wore long whlto undressed kid gloves and ornaments ot diamonds Bridegroom Follows Following her almost immediately came the bridegroom Nicholas Long worth accompanied by his best man Thomas Nelson Perkins of Boston one ot the members of the corporation of Harvard College and a classmate at college of Mr Longworth They aescended the main staircase and enter ed the East room under the escort of the military aides The groom and his best man took their places at the foot of the embowered platform to await the coming ol the bride Already Blshnp Satterlee had taken his place on the platform attired in the purple and ivory robes of his clergical office Scarcely had the bridegroom entered the East room wnen the doors of the statedlning room at the west entrance of the main corridor were flung open and the bridal procession started for the exemporized alter Then Comes The Bride The President und Mies Roosevelt had descended from the upper apart ments of the White House by the eleva tor They had passed into the private dining room and thence into the state dining room There they were joined by the ushers Quincy A Shaw of Boston Frederick Winthrop of New York and Francis R Bangs of Bos ton Guy Norman of Boston A B Wallingford of Cincinnati Lars Anderson ot Washington Vicomte Charles De Chamburn of the French Embassy and Theodore Roosevelt Jr Mr Roosevelt and Mr Shaw led the bridal procession Following tho ushers came President Roosevelt and the bride her hand resting lightly within the right arm of her father As the procession moved through the main corridor and into the East room the marine band orchestra rendered effectively the grand march from Wagners Tannhuser Miss Roosevelt never appeared to better ad vantage Perfectly selfpossessed and thoroughly appreciative the situa tion she graciousy recognized and bowed to personal friends who lined the way to the alter- Continued on page 8 BUYS DRUG CO AT DURANT I TERY Mr Geo W Shorta member ot the well known and popular firm ot Short Haynes of this city has purchased the Duran Drag Co of Durant I T The sale was made to Short Haynes and the interests in it are mutual between Messrs Short Haynes Mi and Mrs Short will move to Dorant Mr Short will manage the firms business there and Mr Haynes at this willibehardlY two more popular people in the city than were they MrShorts business career of twenty years in the city as member of the firm of Short Haynes has been botn a pleasant and prosperous one His methods of square denting with his trade have won for him a high place In the estimation of Cloverport Mr Short has marked business ability and the people of Duract should be glad to welcome him The News bespeaks for both Mr and Mrs Short happiness and prosperity in their new dotmcle The Biggie Health Book No human machine ever contrived is so ingenious efficient and skillfully put together as the human body TnltiK of what it duesit takes food and turns it into force and ideas it turns beef into brains apples into art and pie into poetry It ptands success fully more hard knocks and bad usage than any machine ever did In the Biggie Health Book Jacob Biggle tells how to care for this delicate machin ery of ours and how to Keep it from needing repairs all the time Notu scientific work full of jaw breaking words but a book written by a layman for layman giving the principles of sound healthy living Not a family in the country that does not need it to prevent the doctors too frequent visits and to help him when be does come It is a fine specimen of book milking beautifully printed and bound in cloth and contains 181 pages The price is GO cents free by mail address tho publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia Epworth League Social The Epworth League gave a peanut social in the Sunday school room ot the M E Church Friday evening The entertainment was in charge of Mies Jennie Mabel Harris third viceS president of the Leauge and her com mittee composed of Misses Donald Murray Eva and Edith Plank A de delightful evening was had Doing Fine Business Glassoock Co of Glendeane run a big general merchandise store and are doing a fine business because the people know that the best bargains can he had at this companys houses Glasscock Co are agents for various lines of plows and fertilizers and are prepared to make very low prices on the above lines Best Prlc Yet The best prices that have ever been gotton for Hawesville pooled tobacco were those received last week The to bacco was assorted into first second and third grades and 450 per hundr ed was received for the round John Minnitt Cal Laman Bud Halloaed and S J Baker composed the selling committee J T Hughes Dead- J T Hughes died at his homo at Falls of Rough Friday morning Feb 16 of pneumonia He was 50 years of age and is survived by a wife and daughter Mr Hughes was night watchman at Col Lafe Greens for 14 years Every body liked Mr Hughes ho being a fine citizen Buy Fine Bull WaIt Muorman Son stock dealers of Glendeane bought of A C Woods Son Pendelton Ind a poll ed Durham bull 3 years old weight 1200 pounds The animal has tho second prize of America Price 1421 Cuts Head Myron Moorman near Glendeane out his head badly last week with a twoedged ax Ho was in the act of cutting a piece of wood when the ax hung on a piece of wire and in someway cut a bad gash in his head L V Chapin who has been sick for several weeks is better and will re sume his duties as assistant postmas 1 ter FINE MEETING OF COMMERCIALCLUB The Commercial Club meeting last Thursday night in the Bank of Lover port was lively and enthusiastic Many of the members were present and alt took part Routine business was trans acted and new ideas for the benefit of the club were presented by several meinDerfl an 1 acted upon The clnb deserves the cooperation of the farmers and took steps to induce them to become members of the organize tionA committee on Development and Public Improvement was created and the following were assigned to it P D Plank J L Moorman Conrad Sippel Chas W Hamman Tho committee was requested to see the city council and learn what inducements the town would give to new industries in regard to taxes etc H L Stador Chas Bohler and Jul ian Brown were made a committee on Good Roads and transportation Membership committee was request ed to solicit farmers to join the club Every Tuesday at 730 p m was made the regular meeting nights The Bank of Cloverport will be used at present as a meeting place The following new members have been reported since the first meeting making all 50 Leon Mdiavock T F Sawyer J C Woatherholt A K Fisher E F Nolte jno Lillard E T Haynes hd McAfee S P Conrad S V Conrad F P Payne Hovious Behen Chas Bohler J H Wills J L Moorman S C Wilson C S Lamb J F May L A Murray Chas Hamman Conrad Sippel L T Reid P D Plank Jno Burn T S Nichols J W Pate Jas Seatin Chas Lightfoot Wm Hovoius Jas Lewis Julian Brown Jno Phelon J D Babbage Sr J H Rowland ELECTRIC LIGHTS FOR OUR CITY City council had an adjourned meet ing Monday night to consider bids on all electric light franchise H Stuart Miller ol Owensboro was the only bidder His bid 5 The bid was ac copied The franchise bv law can not be sold at other than a regular meeting March 5 will be the next re gular meeting and the franchise in all probability will be sold to Mr Miller Tho selling of the franchise means the erecting of a plantor the forfeiting of f100 in cash It is now an almost certainity that the town will have eleo trio lights WM NEWBERRY KILLS HIMSELF AT DUKES William Newberry killed himself with a shot gun on the rear porch of his aomo near Duke Wednesday about 0 oclock From all indications there must have been trouble in the household New berry left home early yesterday worn ing and went to the home of his father and got a shot gun He then return ed to his own home and sent a charge of shot through his lett Breast pulling the trigger with a string A sister of his wife heard the ehotand when she opened the door she found the man lying in a death struggle on the porch and heard him cry Im dying Im dying I She gave the alarm and Lafe Newberrv the father arrived in time to extinguish the flames which were consuming the dying mans clothing ignated by the powder from the weaponWilliam Newberry was about twenty four years old and was only recently married in Hawesville to Miss Hettio Nation of Tar Fork Breokenridge countyHer sister was in the house when the tragedy occurred The young man was the only child of Lafe Newberry of Patesvillewell known in the county and at one time a citizen of Hawos vllle Hancock Clarion 0 L ftakmg Powdej4tr Absolutely Pure A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It makes the most delicious and healthful hot breads biscuit and cake FREE FROM ALUM LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACID Alum baking powders are unhealthful Do not use them for raising food under any circumstances So detrimental arc alum baking powders considered that in most foreign countries their sale is prohibited In many States in this country the law com pels alum powders to be branded to show that they contain this dangerous acid while in the District of Columbia Congress has prohibited the sale of all food that contains alum Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 10 cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents or 25 cents a pound and when not branded may generally be distinguished by their price p 16 INDICTMENTS RETURNED BY GRAND JURY Below is a list of indictments re turned by the Grand Jury in session a Hardineburg last week Norvin Blair burglary Dave Hutchnscn petty larceny Alt Hawkins violating local option lawHenry Setting two indictments violating localoption law John OBrien two indictments violating local option law A Hawkins two indictments violat ing local option law Gus Shellman selling cigarette materialFranklin Kincheloo two indict ments selling cigarette material Phone Burbrage house breaking Bee Carman carrying concealed a deadly weapon Ir Walls carrying concealed a deadly weapon- C J Hensel violating local option law Real Estate Deals The following real estate deals wore reported by Dr R L Newsom real estate agent Leo Hinton to Wm N Johnson one tract of land on Turn Pike read one and a half miles from Clovorport consisting of 11 acres Consideration 125 John W Miller to Sam C Sahlie one tract land of 04 acres on Turn Pike road five miles from Cloverport Con sideration 550 Norvin C Miller to James K Camp 50 acres land near Iron Ore Hill 3oo John L Duke to H I Morton Sons the timber on Ii75 acres of land near Jnn McGavocks farm f1000 Mrs Anna D and Edward English to Frank English their interest in the homestead property on Second st 1750 Little David Henry Duncan son of Mr and Mrs David Duncan of Bran denburg was kicked in the jaw last week by a horse suffering a bad in jury He is better now The results are not serious Thos J Miller ot Louisville IE visiting relatives PETITIONS FOR NEW COUNTY SENT IN Frankfort Ky Feb 17 Special Tne advocates and opponents of the BecKhan County Bill introduced by Representative Beard of Breckenridge county appeared before tbo Kentucky Statutes Committee this afternoon The map of the county and petitions signed by 2000of the people in the pro posed new county were submitted to the committe on bohalt of tile county It was shown that all the legislation all requirements had been adhered to Claudo Mercer of Hardinsbnrg and W H Barnes of Hartford spoke in behalf of the Bounty declaring that the people down there wanted it that Foidflvllle was more accessible to the ppoplo affected than the several county seats and that the territory would be greatly developed- C M Crow H P Taylor Senator Tabbof Hardin and Grayson counties Senaor Owen of Breckenridge and Representative LItsey of Grayson op posed the change Senator Tabb said two meetings of citizens in Grayson county had been held to remonstrate and that ho had a hundred letters from his constituents protesting against the change He said the three counties from which the new county was to be made were paupers and the new one would likewise be a pauper county Mr Taylor said he never knew how tbenew county was to be formed un till ho came to Frankfort and saw the map Broom Factory at Jolly Messrs E and B DeJarnette are running a hustling broom factory at Jolly Station and these two young men with their modern machinery and equipments turn out as fine brooms as are found The sage is raised by the proprietors tnemselves They buy the handles in Louisville Some of the farmers in Jolly section are begining to raise broom sage for this thriving little factory The News hopes to see the DeJarnette brothers business grow in mammoth proportions Od1lTdI IABun thuThe Kind You Haw Mmr BG Ktit Signature cf t IT i i II j 1 n 3 1i4 1 r r I 6 I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1O6 SOME QUEER BELIEFS SUPERSTITIONS THAT LINGER IN THIS MOVING WORLD There IN Nut 11 Country on the Patel of the Clolc That In Without Iti Iccullnr Notion or Cluiliut Idea ItcKirilliiK SlKiN ami Uiiieim Though many of the uhf omens cud luporstltlons have pulsed there still remain among every race hundreds and thousands of popular beliefs Early religious teaching + fanatical be huts worship of Idols sorcery necro mancy cud the like ipdrlmps laid the foundation for the superstitions found among the peoples of the globe It may be Interesting to specify u few particularly By comparing them with those which have come under his own observation In the United Suites the render will be astonished at the simi larity of A number and set to wonder Ing how they became so widespread Did they In some forth exist before the confusion of languages or were they curried from country to country by restless individuals In their travels and explorations during the centuries How Is It that the most Important Bud degraded tribes on the other side of the world have some superstitions In common with the most civilized cud pro gressive countries on this side The Eskimos believe In ghost Ti change the wind they drum chant and howl shoot against It build tires and as a last resort fire the graves of the dead When u child tiles In Greenland the natives bury a live dog with It to be used by the child as a guide to the other world When asked about this superstition they answer that a dog can fluid his way anywhere Similar to this custom Is the pathetic one pre vailing In some parts of France where a mother buries her dead child with Its favorite toy or her own hair that it may not feel quite alone Speaking of France the bellief U popular that the position of n drowned body may be discovered by a floating loaf of breadpossibly the only scientific basis being that the loaf Is apt to be carried by a current just as a body Is In Java a live sheep Is thrown into the water to locate a drowned body by sinking near It In certain sections of the United States a shirt belonging to the divonsed or sumo near relative Is thrown In to flout on Its grewsome mission but In Norway those In search of a drowned burly row to and fro with a cock In the boat fully believing that the bird will crow when the boat reach es the spot where till corpse lies The cock and certain omens have long been connected in various coun tries If It crows tit a particular time In Persia It lIs the sign of soino event iffwtlng the family anti the master of the house rushes out to feel the birds foot If they are fold It Is a forerunner of dentil but If warm the sign Is propi tious In West Virginia the crowing of n cork before the door tolls of a com lug oonipuny while It is believed in other portions of the south If not by the firal populations of other sections of tin rnlon that till shrill clarion aft or sunset Indicator early weather clwnsos or tho annouiuomont of un wikome novs- Tho natives of Culm hove ono beliefI at least In common with Americans they rofoircl the hooting of an owl IM a very bail sign IIf they win succeed In killing the owl they believe tills will break tins spell Involving till life of some member of till family There Is something weird In Its hooting andl I linvo known persons to got out of bod nt midnight to drive it from the tree or a ooriioi of till dwelling believing It n harbinger of Ills Perhaps llio bird IB held In awe In other countries Oth ers of the fuiillioml tribe tire so bold or rogimlod with reverence The pest nlo in the month of Ireland are particu larly fearful of the robin entering tliolr houses It Is prognostic of severe snows and frosts Till crow Bud pigeon are looked upon ns unlucky In Poland whore aleI goutI Is a harbinger of good luck In Sweden if one hill a wren he will break u bone before the year Is outThe tinltnals and Insects that in friendliness live near the abodes of mum ought to have outlived the super stitions Kinrounding then long ago but they have not In Switzerland if a huntsman gulag out in the morning sees n fox cross his path or meets un old woman he turns back hone The first means no game the second that be will shunt a man hidden In the leaves or do sumo other Irreparable mischief In America It is the rabbit crossing ones path which brings some sort of bad luck In Hull England it is unlucky to kill crickets In Lanca shire It IIs thought they cut holes In the stockings of those who kill them In portions of England also It Is cus tomary to announce to the bees a death in the family especially that of the master while If a swarm settle on the dead branch of a tree a death will oc cur In the family within a year In rural America if one kills the first snnke he sees In the spring It presages that he will overcome his enemies during that year On the other hand tho African natives reverence the snake and once a year kill a cobra and hang its skin to n tree tall downward where CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars thedBignatoroof lf q all tIle children are brought out nlla made to touch It ns this will put them under the serpents care It they find n Mad snake they dress It In clothes anti give It a grout funeral The Amer llean Indians believe every white deer has a madstonc In Its stomach The cat mill dog universal pets though they be are associated with superstitious bl lief In England it is considered unlucky to sell a dog If one howls be fcfro the door of some American house hold they fear the brute foretells nn early death In the family In Germany It Is bollovM that nay one who timing his lifetime mar have made enemies of cats is certain to be accompanied to the grave amid a storm of wind and rain and In Poland it is thought that the wearing of the skin of n cat on the breast will cure consumption Sailors of all countries have been not ed for their peculiar superstitions froii the time Jonah was thrown overboard to the present Scotch sailors will not speak of a tour footed animal while nn the ocean The Spanish never put the left foot down first when stepping on board for to do so they believe will bring disaster lie must be II courageous Swedish sailor Indeed who will mention the name of a port for which he Is bound The following notions are as pe cullar as they are popular when they have sway A Turk who fluids a piece of broad on the ground picks It up kisses it aril carries It until he finds II hole In which it can be Inserted To do otherwise will doom him to the third hell A sure cure for whooping cough In Sweden can be obtained the people believe by asking and follow lug the advice of a man riding n pie bald horse In Scotland n young wo man who tries on a widows cap Is sure to be n widow after marriage A modern Grecian mother before putting her child In Its cradle turns three times around before the fire while singing her favorite song This Is toward off evil spirits When n boy a friend of mine attempted to rid my hands of warts by bidding me follow these directions Tie n knot In a yarn string for every wart touching n knot to each one then bury the string and when It rotted the wart would be gone Recently I learned that the fnroff Hlndoo troubled with a wart looks at the new moon picks up a pinch of dust front beneath his left foot rubs the wart with it anti when the noon goes so does the wart In a cursory way I have specified some of the superstitions obtaining in England and America I shall close this article with the mere mention of a few others The English housewife will not sweep tho dust out of the front door fearing to sweep away the for tunes of the house There lIe tuner lean housewives when ready to move out of their homo who will not sweep the dirt out the front door believing It would bring misfortune to the next tenant Neither will they carry n cat- o broom with thorn In Devonshire it Is believed the person who plants a hell of lilies of the valley will die lu the next twelve mouths In the United Stats there are many people who think that If a weeping willow be set out In the yard some member of the family will die before Its topmost branch readies the eaves of the house Nashville American Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and maybe cared by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application If this does not af ford relief bind on a piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm md quick relief is almost sure to follow For sale by Shott Haynes Cloverport UP WON Too In Ic This till III tho jeweler IIs whnt Inippened hero last month Mr H drove up In n hansom and en tered my shop accompanied by his valet who carried nn oblong lox of stool MrI H asked for a private Inter view fluid I took him Into my otlice There he opened the box exposing n splendid army of diamond and pearl necklaces earrings tiaras and stout ichorsMrs B he said Is now abroad Before slue returns I want you to ex tract nil these stones and to replace hem with good Imitations selling the real Jewels and giving me the money This of course Is to be a confidential transaction Mrc B is to know noth- Ing of It I looked at Mr B continued the jeweler according to the St Louis Glob Delllornt I think I blushed a ShOUIIIIbetosslble Two years ago Mrs B called lucre on the same errand that now irlngs you and this errand in her case wits successful The paste Jewels thnt you offer me are worth little more than the hire of die hansom awaiting you outside HAS STOOD TUB TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay Soc A inrden In a Tab Water lilies lu tubs are better than nothing at all A kerosene barrel saw ed in half will furnish two tubs each big enough for one plant The tubs should be well washed out and soaked for some time in water In order to re move as much ns possible of the oil and the glue which Is put on to render the vessel tight Three or four days to a week will suffice for this It will be better though not essential to have the tub sunk about half Its depth iu the earth so as to keep the roots cool Though the leaves and flowers love sunshine the black ooze In which the roots naturally live Is al ways coolGarden Magazine LOW RATE TO fRANKFORT During State Farmers Institute Last of This Month And March I LARGE A1TENDANCEEXPECTE Frankfort Ky Feb Otb 1000 Mr Jno D Bubbnge Scan Cloverport Ky My Deat SirThis Department has secured a ralrlond rate of one and one third fare plus twenty five cents for those attending the St ito Farmers Institute which will beheld at Frankfort Febinary 27th and 88th and March 1st Those desiring to attend are requested to take certificates when signed by the secretary of the Farmers Institute will entitle the holder to a onethird rate return ing This rate cannot be secured except upon the presentation of thtse certificates issued by ticket anent al starting point This is a splendid opportunity U visit the State Capital during the sitting or the General Assembly at ai reduced rate to hear some of the most distinguished lertuers in the United States to enjoy the hospitality of the Frankfort Business Mens Club and most important of all to aid in forming a farmers organization which will be backed by the State Department of Agriculture Labor and StatisticsRemember that this Department can accomplish nothing without the cooperation of the farmers and it is counting on you to hnlp make it a sue cess There is a spirit of proaress in evidence all over the State and a backward step at this time would be a severe blow to the agiicultnral interests Yours for success Hubert Vreeland Comisaioner A Menace to Health Kidney trouble is an insidious danger and many people are victims of a seriousmaladv betore the symptoms are recognized Foleys Kidney Cure corrects irregularities and streng thens and builds up the kidneys and it should be taken at the first indica ticn of kidney troubleas it is impossi ble to have good health if the kidneys are deranged Sold by A R Fisher A Kentucky Sunset Down at the end ot the iron lane- I see the sunsets glare And the red bars lie across the sky fie steps of a wondrous stair Below the throng with nnlifted eye Sweeps on in its heedless flight Where the streets black funnel pours its tide Out into the deepening night And no one has stopped to read Gods word On the fiery heavens scrolled Save an old man dreaming of boyhood days And a boy who would fain be old Charles Hamilton Musgrove in the New England Magazine Common Colds Are The Cause of Many Serious Deseases Physicians who have gained a nat- Ional reputation as analysists of the cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold could be avoided all u long list of dangeious ailments would never be heard of Everyone knows that pneumonia and consump tion originate rein a cold and chron ic catarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble are aggravated and rendered more serious by each fresh attack Do not risk your life 01 take chances when you have a cold Cham berlains Cough Remedy will cute it before these diseases develop Tina remedy contains no opium morphine or other harmful drug anl has thirty years of reputation back of it gained by its cures under every condition For sain by Short Haynes Clover port All Over the Earth No animal is met with over so wide- an area of the earths surface as man The creature which most nearly ap proaches him In this respect Is tho dog which In one form or another Is to be found everywhere except in the West Indies Madagascar and the Oceanic Islands Even to these places dogs hoe been Introduced by men who carpe from countries where they abounded In making the above state ment the word dog Is taken to be equivalent to the more scientific term or ca lilac which genus Includes not merely tie domestic dogs of various races but wolves foxes Jackals and wild dogs which all belong to the same great family There Is indeed no doubt that our canine pets are descended from the same common ancestors as the wild creatures Just mentioned Rats and mice are found almost everywhere on the earths surface except In the central portions of the African and Australian continents and In the cold regions of the extreme north and south Bata too are very wider distrIbuted rfubscribo for the News nil Swan Ilnnlc Account Independence Is Smiths strong point lIe Is n young professional man with only a partly developed Income as yet Once In awhile perhaps throe or tour times a month he gets a cheek from n client These checks he deposited lu one of the larger banks for a time but his balance was always merely nominal and he finally received a hint that he ought to carry at least 500 with the bank He closed the account and thou began planning how to be n depositor with n small account anti yet be under no obligations He went to n smaller bank stated his circumstances frankly anti asked what the cashier would consider the cost a month of cawylng his account He was told to come In the next day and doing so was Informed that he could open an account and have n bnl anco or no balance just as he pleased for 2 a month That means 21 a year but It suited him Now I put In n check when I get one and draw against it he says and Im under no obligation to any one I have as much Independence us the fellow who carries n balance run ning Into the thousands The scheme isnt patented either Now York Post Mnn In Oilillr Made The established fact that n persons bands or feet are rarely of uniform size Is better known than that tho two sides of n humans face are never alike It is a scientific principle that the eyes arc out of line in two cases In five and one eye Is said to be stronger than the mate In the ratio of seven to ten persons As u rule the right ear Is n trifle more elevated than the left Individuals hawing fair complexions show the largest percentage of visual de fects One person In fifteen huts per fect eyesight Sound may always be more acutely distinguished with one ear than the other In this connection two are not us good as one The nails of middle lingers grow the fastest while those on thumbs are slowest In development The nails of two lingers never progress with the same rapid ity In more than CO per cent of peo pie the left leg Is shorter than the right one The bones of an average human mule weigh twenty pounds a womans skeleton scales six pounds lighter New York Press Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkan ass writes H L Stanev of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health aftet five years of continous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my trood fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelvo bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At Shortet Haynes druegists COe and 100 Trial bottle free Two Odd Volumes TIll book dote by a French monk who Instead of writing Use words cut the letters from the vellum page and formed n sort of stencil line Its opposite In a Swedish translation of the four gospels which was dote In gold and sliver leaf The Initial letters are cut from thin sheets of beaten gold done indelicate tracery while the body of the text is of heavy sliver The toll Ii ce mewled to the parchment page with an adhesive which In spite of the undoubt ed antiquity of the book has not lost Its powers Most freak books were evidently dote to perpetuate the name 3f the Ingenious owner but this carries absolutely no Information ns to Its makerA modern freak Is the output of a Lyons silk weaving firm and Is n prayer book In which the letters are woven Into the silk But one copy was made of the book and this Is In the eovcinmont lilirnrv nt rails TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IUIOMO QuinIne Tablets EIVI The Word DemnKoitne Demagogue which means merely ni leader of the people seems doomed to attract nn evil sense to itself In English Dryden and Swift used It In a good or neutral sense the latter applying It to Demosthenes and Cicero and John Itlchnnl Green wrote enthusiastically of Pym as the grandest of demagogues but the manner In which it was used in tho Elkon Baslllke at tributed to Charles I led Milton to speak of It as a goblin word and that Is how It is invariably used to day In Its native Greek Its history Was similar It could be applied to statesmen such as Perlcks but from being used by Greek Tories contemptuously to characterize such popular leaders as the leather seller Clcon It could eventually be defined by Aristotle as flatterer of the democracy The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered it bearb a close resemblance to the malaria To tree the system from disease germs the most effective remedy Dr lings New Life Pills Guaranteed- to cure all diseases due to malaria poison and constipation 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store- Oddltlci of Sight The two eyes really see two objects It the two forefingers be held one at the distance of one foot the other two feet In front of the eyes and the tore mer be looked at two phantoms of the latter will bo observed one on each side If the latter bo regarded two phantoms of tho nearer finger will be observed mounting guard ono on each side OFFER ContinueLouisville I January 31 06 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir Replying to yours of the 30th will say that you can continue the clubbing offer giving the Daily Herald with your paper at 2 a year by mail Louisville Herald Send us your name for sample copies A Daily Paper and a Weekly Paper for one year at 2 is a most liberal offer and no one should neglect this opportunity Sit down andsend us 2 Sit down and send us 20 and the paper will come t your address We do no know how much longer w will be able to make thii offer Better dolt now right now Send orders to Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky 8 s I I e I r I er II I jI t I 1I 1r 1t 1t II I 1n 1I II Id II Ib 11I ttal ttU alV 11 COI J 4a uric rea I con bedthe stet the trou kldr meerat and The SWj cent size sat freeIng thou from GC mel 0- nuln Rooton I II 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1905 CHILDREN If You Have Any Ailing Ones Thl Will Interest You We see BO many little boys and girl about town who are weak thinleggei and hollow cbeeeed II said a membe of the firm of Short A Haynes our well known druggists it seems aBhame to allow them to remain so for they will grow up Into weak sickly and nervous men and women wit bout the vitality to work or enjoy life If continued he the fathers ant mothers of such children would believe what we say of Vinci we would see in great difference in the appearance of thi younger generation of this city Yon know Vinol is not a patent medicine anil Is just the tonic growing ohildrct need It will make for them good healthy llesh sound bone bard muscle and rich rod blood True Vinol is a cod liver oil pre natation but it does not contain a droi of olior any bad tasting nature It 90 delicious that all children lov vet it actually does contain all thi nedicinal cuiative elements found ii h cods livers find is tne most kou3lesomn and best medicine for child t we ever sold lAAIt ia because wo know that Vinol willI do that wo gnaiantes if it falls tc malts your children well rugged and 1syo refund your money II Short S lHaynefl Druggists Evolution of lie scare Sewing needles of bone stone glass and bronze antedate all historic rec ords but those of Iron brass and steel are comparatively modern Bono and glass needles have been found In Egyp Linn tombs that are known to be over 4000 years old and similar domestic Instruments of bronze and copper have been found In the mounds and burial cites of Europe and America which are believed to be much older than those found with the Nile mummies The needle first appeared lu Its present form In European countries In the year 1410 but the art of making them was kept a secret for upward of 150 years after the date last given In the year 10SO they were first made In the American colonies but at what point Is a mooted question among the hlsto rians Wnlt Whitman Of the days when Walt Whitman was a nurse In the hospitals of the civil war a biographer of the poet says lie vould often come Into the wards car- yying wild lowers newly picked and strewing them over the beds like a herald of the summer Well did he know that they were messengers of life to the sick words to them from the earthmother of men And then as he left of a night after going his last round and kissing many a young pale bearded face In fulfillment of his own written Injunctions ho would hear the boys calling Walt Walt Walt Come again come again Hindoo Idols Several weeks ago I was In an Indian village and peeped Inside the chief Hlndoo temple To my great surprise I saw the portrait of a famous London beauty nicely framed calmly looking down at the Idol beneath it The lady I am sure never dreamed that she would be worshiped In this way Lucknow Letter to Loudon Mull Voluble Have you seen Professor Gabbleton the scientist lately Yes I listened to him for more than an hour at the club last night Indeed What was he talking aboutHe didnt snyPuek Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble IlSidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor have cneenumess soon disappear the kid are of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is uncommon a child to be afflicted weak kid If the child urinates often If the urine scalds the or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and to a habit as people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It Is sold bY druggIsts In fillY cent and one dollar sizes You may a- sathple bottle by ana when neys out not for born with neys too flesh with step not most with mild mall free also pamphlet tell name of aeWpRooa- Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer te Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper I mistakebutremmbcrtheontcaine Swnm Root Dr Kilmers Swamp and the address Blngbamtc N Y oat bottle FALSE SENTIMENT The highest possible development iof civilization Is not mechanical but moral It dos not lie in the Ingenious adaptation of the forces ot nature fto mens needs it is not in the harvest of the electric elevator It could exist without the knowledge of the utilization ot byproducts like coal tar 1 It lies in fact in the heat of the peopl them selves and its highest development may be expressed in the words Respect for law II We trays short memories but surel not so short that we havo forgotto the horrors of the SUcum disaster UC the directors who did not direct the inspectors who did not inepcctand tbo commanding ofllcors who did not com heartlesslow creatures for a tewjdirty dollars only the captain of tho boat has beei sent to jail His plea was that if he did not break the law he would lose his job He know that cotton lIfo belts absence ot tire drills the incom petence of his crew were all matter which could be severely punished Hit plea in fact amounted to one of guilty with the excuse that other pee pit were worse than hp And yet this plea seems to appeal to some people Talk of a petition for pardon is plentiful and seems to wit sympathy from otherwise sane news papers As thomatter stunts the captain of the rfocum is tho most valuable object lesson men of his profession could have placed before them Two blacKs do not make a white If we cannot lay tho other rascals by the heol the more is the pity but wo ure not going to let one criminal escape becaus we can not catch till criminals We get something of the same Idea at Annapolis The naval cadet is told that he must not haze tho lower llafl men and that if ho does he will he dismissed He given his word of honor as an oilicer and a gentleman that be will obey the rule ofs the institution He breaks it anti he is dismissed Jon gress forgets what the enforcement of respect for law mean to men who will have to administer it themselves it their future profession It stultifies the efforts made to secure absolutely necessary discipline by reinstatng Uw offender At the bottom of all this there is a false sentiment of pity The pity is always a surface indication and novel extends to the real victims of that evil involved As Thomas Paine said to hdmnnd Burkes romantic defense of Queen Matte Antoinette against thos who could also see French royalty pay ing a tnir price for the sins of a hund red geltratlons hIs pity was all for the soiled plumage never for the injured bird The teal sufferers in the instact quoted are the people who travel by excursion boats in the one case or the cadet who who honestly means to qualify for the efficient service of hit country and is entitled to be guavaiite ed the opportunity of doing so in tho otherThere is no question of the dui which means so ranch to Wall street Public umlit which is tba breath of its life is bound up in it If we tol crate from sentiments of pity an olli jial in a position of responsibility who has shown his moral unfitness for it we also are Inflicting upon ourselves at Injurv greater than any outside enemy can offerWall Street Journal Just a little Kodol after meals wil relieve that fulness bnlchlng gas on stomach and all other symptoms 01 Indigestion Kodol digests what von eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to perform their functions naturally I urncter shown In Work A foolish person builds foolishly stud ai wise one sensibly a virtuous one beautifully and a vicious one badly It stonework IIs well put together It menus that a thoughtful man cut It and an honest mutt cemented It If It has too much ornament It means that Its carver was too greedy of pleasure It too little that he was rude or In sensitive or stupid or the like A mot may bIde himself from you or inlsrepre sent himself to you every other way- but he cannot In his work There be sure you have him to the utmost all that he likes all that he sees all that he can doIlls Imagination his affec lon Ills perserverance ills Impatience clumsIness cleverness everything Is there It the work Is a cobweb you now It was made by a spider If a honeycomb by a bee a wormcast Is thrown up by a worm and a nctt wreathed by a bird and a house Is wilt by a man worthily If he is worthy and Ignobly If he Is Ignoble And nl ways from the least to the greatest is a thing mado is good or bad so Is he maker of It- Animal Ilny b Exerclic The relaxed rhythmical movements so common among animals at play the gamboling of lambs the play of kittens and many similar animal activities are Imitated by man In tho primitive lances which form so large a part In tho social and religious life of all abo Jglnal peoples Theso motions of leap ng swinging swaying and twisting of the body have all of them a most Intl nato and powerful Influence upon the todys activities organic and muscular Rolling Is a form of exercise vhlch is n favorite with many animals And la csnecuUlv oractlced for the our Nervous Women Their Sufferings Are Usually Due to Female Disorders Perhaps Unsuspected A MEDICINE THAT CURES Can we dispute tho wellknown factthatAtnericanwomen Jvous f How often dove hear the expres slon I am so nervous it seems as if I should fly or Dont speak to lJ1rJrIijlliol Ime Ltttlu things andannoy you make you irritable you cant sleep you are unable to quietly and calmly perform your daily tasks or care for your children The relation of the nerves and generative organs in woman is so close that ninetenths of the nervous pros trntion nervous debility the blues sleeplessness and nervous irritability arise from some derangement of tin I organism which makes her a woman Fits of depression or restlessness and Irritability spirits easily affected so that one minute she laughs the nex minute weeps pain in the abdominal region and between tho shoulders loss of voice nervous dyspepsia a tendency to cry at tho least provocn tionall these point to nervous pros tration Nothing will relieve this dlstressinf condition and prevent months of pros tration and suffering so surely as Lvdii a Iinkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs M E Shotwell of 103 Flatbusl Avenue Brooklyn N Y writes cannot express the wonderful relief I havo experienced by taking Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound I suffered for a long timo with nervous prostration back ache headache loss of appetite I ccul not sleep and would walk the floor almost nightI doctors and got no better and life was a burdon I was advised to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and it has worked wonders for mo I am a well woman my nervousness Is all gone and my friends say I look ten years youngerWill not the volumes of letters from women made strong by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound convince all women of its virtues Surely you I cannot wish to remain sick weak and discouraged exhausted each day when you can be as easily cured ai other women pose of relieving fatigue Uolllng 1h peculiarly enjoyable and grateful tithe animal because It provides not only roVf for the tensed muscles the de ploted organs anti the slow moving dIr culation lint because as the on mal rolls the firm pressure of the groum upon his body constitutes a most ef fectlve and nproeablo massage llenrxo After NlRlit There Is one kind of vehicle tha neither the oldest nor the youngest lu habitant has soon on the street nt night or If he has soon It at nil only faire quently That Is a hoarse Every other kindI of conveyance used by modern man Is driven about the streets freely after nightfall the hearse moue comet under the curfew law Early hour seem to bo Imposed upon that sombe carriage by common consent The pub lie doesnt like to see It utter dark am coachmen dont like to drive It X 0 doubt there are hearses that are com polled by time exigencies of funeral ar- riuigemnents to come home nt unseasonable hours but when forced to an In frltiKoment of tle unwritten law they proceed through quiet streets where they will be least likely to wound the sensibilities of the superstitious New York Herald ShcirtNlKlited AnlniulM So fur as naturalists have been able to ascertain there Is no such thing as shortslght among animals In a state of nature In the case however of domestic animals and wild ones in confinement shortslght is by no menus unknown Many people who have kept dogs and cats will remember Instances of pets which were unable to dlstlu gulsh friends from strangers at a short distance Horses too frequently suf for from shortslght and other derange ments of the vision and this kind of thing is sometimes met with In the case of cattle The diseases of tho eye which frequently affect wild animals In captivity are to be chiefly attributed to the narrow space In which they are confined The eyes are never exercised upon distant objects and therefore lose the powers which use of this kind calls forth The Glowworm Cavern The greatest wonder of the nntlpode Is the celebrated glowworm cavern discovered in 1891 In the heart of the Tasmnnhin wilderness The cavern or caverns there appears to be a serIes of such caverns In the vicinity each sepa rate and distinct are situated near the town of Southport Tasmania In a limestone bluff about four miles from Ida bay The appearance of the main cavern Is that of an underground river the entire floor of the subterranean passage being covered with water about afoot and n half In depth Those won derful Tasmanian caves are similar to all caverns found In limestone forma tlon with the exception that their roofs and sides literally shine with the light emitted by the millions of glowworms which Inhabit them All oldtime Cough Syrups bind the- bowels This is wrong A now idea was advanced two years ago in Ken icdys Honey add Tar This remedy lets on the mucous membranes of tin throat and lungs and loosens the towels at the sale time It expells all cold from the system It clears tbo throat strengthens the mucous uembranes relieves coughs colds croup whooping cougb etc Sold bj ill Druggists CAMPAIGNED ON POVERTY Now Congressman Garrett of Ten nessee Won His Election Finis J Garrett the new Con gressman from the Ninth Ten ncssco district explains to his col leagues how to get here in u wny that will not help tho business of tho merchant tailor Garrett WIlS born in 1875 His father Noah Garrett decided to give the youtl a name suggesting the end of things which tho original Noal had escaped Young Finis taugh school in 1807 was admitted to tho bar in 189 married in 1501 und three years later concluded to take a hand in the direct primaric of his district in an attempt to upset the lIon Rico A Pierce who has been in Congress for fourteen years To onlookers it seemed n forlorn hope Pierce so regards it and treated tho competition ns wholly good natured But Finis took out his oldest suit of clothes They were bndly worn at tho elbows and fmyc at tho wrists In campaign methods he literally had something his sleeve HoI took the stump on tho single issue that Pierce lint been enjoying 5000 a year from the Government for fourteen years enough to make a man a million sire that it was not fair to hay so much money lodged in one mnns hands that tho good things of lifo should bo passed around Tin voters of the district agreed to this Their sympathies were with the seedy looking young aspiran against any man who hall drawl such a colossal salary for so long Finis won out and is here in Congress where ho has been assignee to tho committees on Claims on Education and on tho Improvements of the Mississippi River to allof which he nutty ho supposed to bring tho qualifications ofan export Boston Transcript Not 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Time Deposits l N NtA ifftll eOQecOQt 4 r + THE II Fifth Avenue j HOTEL Louisville Ky W1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr U I FiguresOn I OnFarms fFarmsf Bldg Louis great where many given high lands farms good afford Round Powerful Cloves the dried flower Spice These flower they red the point the spice small heavily gent much being for llmltt cloves which young folks oil drug poison to take in L e1reMail nm KBCOTIBIB o iuu Y JJ Dr W r 4i- The centrally located erd class hotel the city msktnl a ratei1 Only block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from tho principal theatres Street curs pass tho all parts the cltv- Everything neat andlclean = you sell today for 1100 acre buy back tomorrow for Acre You would you can buy 100 land for else the proposition just Rood can Iniy in the Why do you wish Know more u out It writi for ropitsof our and hooks They art tree I OidahollllIIHILTON General Passenger Agent Frisco Sf I un J I iII Came I Saw I Prospered uw Thats the universal front the Southwest pros porlty is the common experience of the It is n report not boastfullyrather byway of encouragement and advice The Southwesterner in a to advise He has passed trout his condition of dependence partial dependence the most perfect independence He has his acres and increased his three five even tenfold by the exchange of priced the East for cheap of the Southwest multiplied in every acre acre of ground In a word his ship has come in you wait longer for yours There are many similar opportunities still open Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico Write for Booklets Rates Southwest Feb 20 March 6 20 trip 75 per of the oneway rate One way half fare plus 52 n A Drug are simply buds of n beautiful evergreen tree growing naturally on the Islands buds are gathered when have become of a bright and tiC just OH of opening The name comes from resemblance of the to nulls from tho French word clou for nail Cloves are very charged with a pun acrid volatile oil as 20 per cent extracted This oil Is valuable and Scenting purposes and has a field In medicine but the habit of eat fug In and too often old ones Indulge Is very reprehensible as the Is a powerful becoming In many cases an In I sidious 0 mild They cure itunvA Surplus most only 1- 4erst in fi00 one door to of iIf could your farm an and it 10 an do it If the 10 somewhere is as You it Southwest shouldnt you it 1 If to TlIIS A 951 report is position previous or to broadened holdings and in ex tect an Can to in cent prepared as sometimes flavoring AlcOUIREIIOEO H LEE H I ILittle i OJ m Mutual Mrs Krntchett Ilrldfjct I tout llko the looks of that man who called to see you lust 11111 KrldgetWoll well aint It funny maam lie said the same about you Philadelphia Ledger Hln Aim What will be your chill aim now you are In congress asked tho Inter viewerTo stay here answered the laconic young statesman Exchange 4 CURE I i CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Beat Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drupelsts CONSUMPTION I v 111 r h h w + J I I 4 1 1 I4Y 6 J Il Ii I 4- r 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors r 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 advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 THOUGHTS The greatest truth may lie in smallest things The greatest good in what we most despise i The greatest light may break front darkest skies The greatest chord front een the weakest strings CiiERI- oSIT has been an open winter all over the country n LIT Irvington fall into line with a Commercial Club THE man who swears oil taxes will never lay up treasures in Heaven TUB pot makers are otherwise engaged when grand jury is convening DAVE SMITH will not be a candidate for renomination in the con gressional race THK result of the work of the grand jury is not surprising except to blind men IF our Commonwealths Attorney would get busy there would be something doing A MAX may be tall in statuebut short in all things that go to make up the real genuine man IP tho lid was put down on Sunday in Cloverport there would be a lot of thirsty cream alers TIE trouble with our school system is that like our road system it has fallen into the mire and mud of partian preferment Ouu old friend T M1 Watkins of St Joseph Mo sends us an illustrated edition of the St Joseph Gazette setting forth the good things of St Jo Till sooner the farmer linds out that the real and only road to better prices for his products is through cooperation and combination the sooner will he ride in a prosperity band wagon SATUIJDAY June 2 was fixed as the late for holding a primary election to nominate a Democratic candidate for Congress to succeed lion David lIe Smith of the Fourth district Oils city lamp lighter is not doing his duty A large percentage of the lamps even on our main street are seldom burning after S30 p m Come now brother Inmp lighter do your duty Coi BEN JouxsoxJ is the best man in the congressional race so far in our opinion and the News stands for Johnson until a man of better qualities enters the Held This paper is for the man not politics H HAUDAWAV of Harlem Mont remembers the editor with a postcardwith ti picture ofa wagon ot Irrigated Spuds The illustration illustrates the rood work Uncle Sam is doing in the West in irrigating the lands THK lIon D C Moorman Glemleane G B Cunningham Chenault GDodson Frymire and T D Babbage Cloverport will attend the State Farmers Institute to be held in Frankfort next Tuesday Feb 27 ScottGLS W RiniAHDSON Mayes are both out of the race for Congress This leaves Ben Johnson with a clear field If no other candidate is announced by May 17 tho primary will be declared off Mr Johnson is not likely to have any opposition The people are with him and for him THE friends of temperance all over the county are applauding Senator Dick Owen for his stand on the Unit bill If the Unit bill fails it cannot be laid at his door They say that Ed Shellman is doing all he can for it too We say well done good and faithful ser vants there will be crowns laid up in Heaven for you WE congratulate Louisville and Mayor Barth When men like Peter Lee Atherton Oscar Fenley W C Nones and Theodore Ahrens arc appointed to take charge of a great public enterprise and a public trust surely things are looking up for our great and good city Here is un example for all the state to follow Put the best men regardless of their political views in office These appointments of Mayor Barth will be an uplift to every community in the state EVERY man in town whether business man or not ought to be come a member of the Commercial Club The organization is on aI sound basis now and results will be forthcoming Dr A A Simons plays his part as president well and the other officers are equally as good Attend the meetings take part in them If you hear of parties wanting locations hand their names over to the Commercial Club The Club will do every thing possible to locate an honest en terorise in Cloverport I THE Methodist congregation at Irvington Sunday night after the services resolved itself into a temperance meeting nominated and elected RevRoe as a delegate to go to Frankfort in the interest of the county unit bill A collection was taken up and enough money raised to pay Rev Roes expenses to stay there a week if necessary If every community would lend the same action and send a delegate it wouldmake such an impression on our Senators and Representatives that they would not dare vote against the bill SENATOR R W OWEN was a passenger on train 42 last Monday He had been home to spend Sunday The Senator was looking well Frankfort life seems to agree with him The session he says will wind up on the thirteenth of March There are ton Sundays and two holidays which run the session this far into March Senator Owen was a member of the committee which went to Hopkinsville to report on the situation in that institution Ho says his committee found everything in tip top order and well kept He says it is one of the best managed institutions in the state and run at less cost The capacity of the institution he says is only capable of taking care of 450 inmates while they have over a thousand enrolled The allowancefor each inmate is 140 a year and out of this amount Dr Board has saved enough to partly build a laundry Ho says Dr Board is a splendid Superintendent and has the institution thoroughly systematized and organizedand is running it on up to date business methods It is well known to every reader of this paper that the News does not like Dr Boards political methods a little bit But if he is making a good officer and doing his duty to the inmates and to tho state andwe presume he is we are glad to give him due credit for it EKRON Groves Frvmire is on the sick list Rico Teak was In Louisville Thurs day Mrs S J Brown spent last week in the city Richard Childs went to Louisville Sunday Miss Ray Louisville is the guest of Miss Nell Sbacklet this week Adanariam Wrather Louisville IB spending a few days with his mother Sirs ChauiDlihs Forest Frymire Anderson Ind was a very pleasan guest of his uncle Will Frym Ire last week Mr and Mrs Coban Richardson of Guston spent Sunday with their par ents Mr and Mrs Bant Sbacklet Miss Cora Neafus nnd Homer Brnner were married last Wednesday evening at the home of the bride Mr ana Mrs Boof Neatus Mrs Mary Ann Richardson left Saturday for Louisville where she will make tier home with her eon James Richaidson Quite a numbei of Ekron people at tended church nt Salem Sunday Rev Jagers their pastor delivered a very impressive sermon on the suhpct Arise let us KO hence Miss Pear dhackletto and Miss Ger trude Allen made their usual trip to Brandenburg Saturday afternoon They take music lessons from Mrs LewisMace Simpson and family enjoyed a turkey dinner given by bis fattier Robert Simpson ot Meadsville A number of children and grand children partook of this sumptious repast Mrs Alf Palmer who has been spending some time with her mother Mrs A E Guedry of this place re turned to her home in Louisville Sun day accompanied by her sister Mrs LancasterMr Mis Bland Shacklet enter tained a few invited guests Saturday evening in honor of their son Dr Junious who spent Saturday and Sunday at home This is Junious last year in the Medical college Mrs Neam Dowell entertained her Sunday School class which is compos ed of twelve young men to a peanut party last Friday evening Each young man invited his best girl who took a sack liKe the dress she wore which was tilled by the hostess Tho young men then drew having to eat peanuts with the one who wore a dress like his sack Social games were very much enjoyed Delicious refreshments were served in abundance The midnight hour cime too soon for those pr cntfor they loatba to leave this beautiful and hospitable Mine As they bid Mr and Mrs Dowell good night they made a unanimous expression that this was one of the most enjoyable affairs of the season BEWLEYVILLE Mi s Lydia Jordan is very low at this writing Mr Leah E Pato is visiting Mr and Mrs Jeao Payne at West Point Mis Mary Beauchamp arrived Sat urday to spend a few days with her father and sister Miss Bevie Cain has returned home I from a three weeks visit to relatives in Louisville und other points Thomas Drury Sam Gross Eugene andEdd Jordan left last Tuesday for an indefinite stay in Calitornia Jill Humors Are impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help there itI such an accumulation of them They litter the whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns flu of indigestion dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcomo all their effects strengthen tone and invigorate the whole system MI had salt rheum on my hands BO that I could not work I took Hoods Sarsaparilla and It drove out the humor I continued Its use till the sores disappeared MM lax O Brown Bumford Falls Me Moods Sareaparllla promises t curs and keeps the promise 4 PLOW HANDLE HERO IS THIS MAN History tells us of heroes bold who have walked into the jaws of death and come out a live but little mention is made of common every day heroes SUCh as is represented in Mr J H Snacklette of Garret Ky Mr Shacklette possess that enviable title a plow handle hero This man grasped the handle of a plow at the age of nine and has held it firmly for 55 years He was bom in 1842 and has never missed wording a corn crop in over a half century Five months of country schooling will cover all of the scholastic training Mr Sdackletto ever had However he is a well post ed man on religion political issuso and general topics and has soundldeas all his own Mr Shacklette is 641 years of age and a healthy ana happy man JOLLY CASE JUDGE A1ENT REVERSED Frankfort Ky Feb lGIn- an opinion by the Chief Justice the court reversed the judg ment of the Breckenridge Circuit court in a case of the L II and St L Railroad Company against Bryon Jollys administrator and remanded it for further proceed ings Jolly was a bridge carpen ter in the employ of the appellant company and was killed while riding a railroad tricycle on the track The jury in the lower court gave judgement for plaintiff in the snm of 5000 John Drew At flcCauleys Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee of this week patrons of Macauleys will have the everwel come John Drew in a regular Drew part In the case of DeLancy Mr Augustus Thomas has perfected a three act comedy of exceptional on ginality in them and rare smart ness of speech tho piece was written with John Drew in mindand the fact that many of its incidents are actual occurrences taken out of his own life tits him to tho part of time Do Tan cey as no other roll of hiS entire career has done The production will he soon in Lou isville with the same scenery and cast that appeared for so many months be fore the tashionable New YOrK audi ences that crowded the Empire Thea ter There the triumph was complete for both star and pIliYIPrices 25o to 150 Marl order given careful and prompt attention To Look After New County The following named persons went to Frankfort the first of this week to look after the new county Dr McCarty Shelby Ford Fred Cooper Joe Roberts George Fuqua BaseR Westertied Sam Gaines Jasoer Renolds Dr 1W A Flemester S K Allen Albert Quisenberry Bartley Howard John Lanham Alonzo Hard in Ike Adair and wife Miss Nancy Smith John PettyAHenderson Virgil Matthews Frank MoseloyOllie Wilson Rev T J Radoliff Ed Wallace Pete Smith Clarence Smith Thos Butler Watler Fand C E Ford Dr Rodgers R C Hines Wilt Barnes Ollie Wilson Thirteen Children Born to the wife of W I Blair Feb 7 a boyAllen Kincbeloe This is the thirteenth child born Intotlri fami ly Six boys and six girls are living onechild being dead BIG SPRING Bro Russell was at Vine Grove Fri day night to attend a lecture Miss Mabel Scott was the guest of MIss Nell Stlth at Ekron last week Miss Virtie doorman is visiting her uncle Charlie Moorman at St John Raj mood Moorman was the guest of Clay McGehee at Long Branch last weekThe Ladies Aid realized ten dollars how their Aid social at the school houseMr ana Mrs W H Strother were the guests ot Mr and Mrs T P Bar daway at BewlejvUle Friday Miss Mania Trent closed her school hero Friday the lltn and left farbar home at Wolf Cress on Sunday Jim Tindle of Garrett was the guest of his daughter Mrs Jack Collins Wednesday and Thursday Miss Zelma Strother visited the family of C D Hardlway last week and attended the Valentine party given by Miss Olla bhnema R C Craycroft has his new house about completed and will occupy it soon His son BC Craycoft will oc cupyhifl present house and have charge of his farm Qo To Illinois The following gentlemen from Lodi burg left this week for Alexis 111 W A Roberts R B Roberts Getrge Willie and Clarence Basharu The Clover Blossoms missionary so ciety will entertain on the evening of fctb 27 instead of celebrating George Washingtons birthday It will be a Longfellow entertainment the date being toe anniversary of the poets birthdayWave Roff Owensboro was guest of Miss Amy Pate Sunday READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Me Dear sir I am US years of ago and have suffered 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Disovery I have passed twenty five gravel I feel that I am almost cured and can cheerfully re commend yon publicYours truly H C Thomas 520 Third ave A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of the Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of fl1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom rails to perfect a cureD E W Hall Sole Manufac turer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Sold by all druggists NOTICE To KentuckyFemale Orphan School Graduates All graduates of the above name school are requested to send name and address to principal K F 0 S Midway Ky that each may receive an invita tion to a house party to be given the Alumnae in May Send name whether or not circumstances favor attendanceElla Prin K F O S IRVINGTON Mrs L B Moorman and son Lewis Bennett left Sunday for a short visit to Mr and Mrs A- Il Moremon at Brandenburg John Move Louisville was the guest of Miss Edith Marshall Sat and Sunday Mrs Annie Herndon will leave some time this week for a months visit to her sister Mrs J M Tydings at Louisville Mr and Mrs Lafy Rhodes Brandenburg spent several days of last week with Mr and Mrs W B Gardner Mrs F D Montgomery and baby of Lobanan Ky came last week to spend some time with her sister Mrs C L Chamber lainMiss Coral Whittenghill Prin cipal and Miss Eula Hensely as assistant closed their school hero last Friday with recitations and and an excellent treat Bothof these ladies are promising young teachers Miss Whittinghill will begin the spring school in a bout two weeks here Miss Hense ly will return to her parents at Hardinsburgand take classes in p e Nasal CATARRH In all IU itAgea Elys Cream Balms cleADMt tootheg and heals the dlieued membrane Itcurt catarrh and drlret away a cold In the head nui kly Cream Balm U placed Into the noitrUiipreade over the membrane and IU absorbed Relief li Im mediate and c cure follow ItIt not drying doe not produce entering Large Size 60 cents atDrcg gltU or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York the Normal there Dr L B Moremon spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Mudd Louisville came Friday night to bo with her par ents for a few days andattend her sisters wedding A very delightful surprise party was given last Thursday evening in honor of Mr A B Colenmns sixtysecond birthday Those present were Mr and Mrs A B Coleman Mr and Mrs E W Groves Mr MrdandMrs T M McGlothan Mr and Mrs J B Herndon Mr and Mrs ItlvI Jolly Mrs W B Gardner and Mrs A II Roec Miss Maggie Carter left Saturday for a visit to Cloverport I Mrs J 0 Chapin and daughter t1N Eva May were in Branderiburg last week for several days visit ingMr J It Wimp Sr spent Sunday in Stcpbensport the guest of his son Dr W II Wimp Misses Eva and Mabol Mc Glothan entertained last Friday evening a number of their friends at their home on Church Ave The guests played 42 Among those present were Misses Essie Biggs Eva McGlothan Lucile Cunningham liable Mc Glothan Messers II II Kemper Earl Bennett A B Stiler C C ClaycombBert Chenaultwas in town last week Iryington was largely represented at court last week at llardins burg x Miss Eula Hensely left Friday for a weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Dick Skillman at Stephens portJ K Bramlett was in Louisville last week on business One of the most charming wed dings of the season will be that of Miss Lena smdd to Mr Em mett Robert Hayes which will be solemnizedon Wednesday morn ing at the brides home Oakland Rev J T Lewis officiating Aftcr the cermony they will leave for their homo at Hodgcnsville Edward Harris arrived this week from LouisvIlle to spend a montns acavtion at home Be holds a position as drug clerk at the City Hall hramacy in Louisville Several trom here attended court at Eardinsburg last week subscribe for the News DeWitts r r Salve For Piles Burns Sores r YourWants iJ WantsSupplied IWo are fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing in our line with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties Jewelry watches or any thing that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it rightWe respectfully solicit your patronage TaC LEWIS SON HARDINSBURG KY I l i rr i I I Ii I i 1 1 I THE I BREGKENRIDGE NEWS UJI MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 190G PAltT TWO 1l- I I I YM GIFTED POLISH ACTRESS MADAME BERTHA KALICB IS WINNING FAME IN ENGLISH SPEAKING PARTS Unfamiliar With English Language Six Years Ago She lias NoN I Mastered Oiu Speech One of a Race to Produce Famous layers With so much interest focused or happenings in Kissia it would be strange indeed if we did not receive a taste of Russian drama The leading clUes of the country are now centering their attention upon the Russian play Monna Vanna the title role of which is being essayed by Madame Berths Kallch a Polish actress who won fame in the Yiddish theatres on the Bowery in New York City Madame Kallch may not be considered a beautiful woman but through the nat uralness of her acting she touches every spark of humanity that glows in the human breast Six years ago she did not know a word of English yet her mastery at the present time of one of the most difficult of all speaking tongues is remarkable Not only does she speak English well but she Is tam War with five other languages Ger man Polish Russian French and Yiddish For years she has been acting at the Russian and Hebrew theatres of New York City Her first appearance in an English speaking play was a year or so ago when she played tho name part In Fedora Her earlier performances were disappointing but at the end of a fortnight she made a profound impression upon heraudlence BERTHA KALICH So far this is the story of Monna Vanae for the American people are not ac customed to the mannerisms and act- Ing of the Russian plays Madame Bertha Kallch is tall ant of the brunette typo usual to the He brew with eyes that while most expres slve can hardly be said to be winning She cannot bo classed as beautiful but her art has a mimicry which Is sure to bring fame to her Critics lay great faith in her possibilities as ai actress They bellevo that after thorough schooling on the American stage the requirements of which are far dlf ferent from those of the Russian she will become famous for she comes of a race which has achieved wonders And when we encounter marked talon In the Hebrew race no one living cat predict how many rungs of the ladder oC fame may be traversed successfully The greatest actors not only of the presen age but of the past have been ant are Jews Of the women we have Iron Rachel to Bernhardt and the met nugo from Dawlson to Edwin Booth while passing reflections may be giver to the ability of David Garrick Mrs Slddons and a host of others in whose veins were some drops of Orlenta bloodBertha Kallchs appearance in Chicago was greeted with an outburst of enthusiasm which continued through out the many weeks of her perform once there Such a wellknown critic at W H Hubbard of the Chicago Trlbum in reviewing Monna Vanna and 1U leading actress said Madame Kallcl is enrolled in the list of great artists She Is now an actress of peculiar and uncommonly attractive qualities and gives every promise of becoming In o few seasons one of tho most notable women on the American stage Watch lag her during the week bas brought conviction that she is the possessor of remarkable talents and that these talents are susceptible of a developing and shaping which can but place her high In the esteem of a large class of the best theatregoers and add an other great artist to the small list of really gifted players that our stage can boast She has the power indls pensable to any artist who Is to endure and whose work is to be of any wIde reaching influence the power to at tract the public TRAPPERS PROSPEROUS TIMES Furs Worth More Now Than For Past 1 hlrty Years Tho many trappers operating along the northern boarder will reap a rich harvest the present winter meaning many comforts even luxuries in the log cabins of scores of sturdy settlers in the wilds of the northern country who are mainly dependent upon their traps during the cold months for a livelihoodThe and professionals in the country directly tributary to the Great Lakes look to mink marten and otter to make their trapping operations profitable and the pelts of these little animals at present command a higher price than at any time during the past thirty years while there has been a decided slump in the prices paid for furs from the black blue and silver fox which bring only 50 each now where a year or two ago they were as high as 300 apiece Last wliter 450 was considered a good price for a mink pelt and it wasnt more than a season or two back that 250 was the highest paid for a single pelt of this kind Now a choice raw mink fur will bring 11 and a mar ten pelt from 18 to 20 where 6 or 7 was paid last winter An otter skim is worth 22 just as it comes from the trappers hands which is away above any price paid for more than thirty years Quite a few fisher are caught through northern Minnesota and these are worth from 8 to 10 Beaver are very scarce in this state They are worth from 7 to 9 erith The higher prices paid for furs will also prove a boon to the Minnesota MADAME Indians or such of them at least as have any business ability JL good many of tho Indians trap during the winter but the trouble with the major ity of them is that they do not know the value of their catch and are liken to sell a 22 otter pelt torU or 5 and a 11 mink pelt for a dollar or perhap a pint of whiskey The white man is well aware of this fact and some a gents make it their business during the winter to do nothing but buy furs of tho Indians selling them later at a handsome margin of profit These agents usually travel from reservation to reservation by dog team or snow shoes Even the little weasel scores of which dally leave their tiny tracks in the snow on the outskirts of the towns are worth 1 each for their pelts They were valueless three years ao and two years ago were worth 10 cents each For a time last winter the pelt brought 50 cents each The wease also belongs to the homologue of the American sable together with the mar ten mink fisher and otter The Araerl can sable really Is the marten accord- Ing to some authorities It is common ly called the pine marten and at firs glance the only distinguishing featur between it and the mink is a spot oj beautiful orange color on its throat just under the chin A grizzly bear skin is worth 40 II in tho best condition but of cours grizzly bears are unknown IB th Lake Region Many black bears are trapped and shot however by settlers Indians and trappers Womans Sweet Will On a pillar erected In Canterbury appears the following Where Ila the roan who hat the power and BI11 To stem the tnrrent of a woman will For If she will she will and you mar depend ont And If she Wont she wont and that the end ont- Evolution of Worit When Em hrongfat woe to all wakUi Old Adam called her woman lint when she wo ed with loto ao kind Tie then pronounced her woman Batnow with folly and with pride Their husbands pockets trlmmla g The ladles are so full of wblraa The people call them wldm Mea UNCLE SAMS SECOND NAVY GOVERNMENT MAINTAINS G TRAINING SCHOOL FOR REVENUE OFFICERS Plenty of Work and StudyLack of Social Events a Feature of Thh Governmental SchoolDally He Rime of the Cadets Uncle Sam has one governmental school which while little known 1Is well worthy to rank with West Point and Annapolis In the thoroughness of the mental and physical training which It gives Its graduates This un heralded educational Institution Is lo cated at Arundel Cove on Chesapeake Bay about six miles from the city oi Baltimore and its purpose Is to pre pare for their profession the cadets 01 future commissioned officers of the United States Revenue Cutter Service It Is only within a few years that the general public has been awakening to a realization of the opportunities and advantages open to an officer In Uncle Sams police force of the sea In consequence of which there has been of late a marked increase in the applications for admission to the cadet school Any young man not less than 13 nor more than 25 years of age and not less than 5 feet 3 Inches in height is if unmarried eligible to appoint ment as a cadet but no person should delude themselves with tho idea that It is easy to get into the cadet corps for the entrance examinations are quite 83 severe as those at either West Point or Annapolis However all the examinations for the selection of cadets are strictly com petitlve Political and social influ ences are entirely eliminated and this is unquestionably the most democratic school under the government The cadet spends three years at the train lug school each summer being devoted to a practice cruise on a barkrigged vessel during which the young men get a taste of all kinds of sea duties and Incidentally toro up good health for the academic year which extends from October to May The pay of a cadet is 500 a year and a ration of 31 cents a day out of which allowance ho is rflulred to pur chase uniforms and textbooks and Meet his mess expenses The sum of 1 per month is also withheld from the pay of each cadet in order that upon graduation he can purchase the uniform and outfit of a commissioned officer Whea the cadet graduates he receives a commission as a third lieu tenant ii the Revenue Cutter Service at a salary of 1401 per year Three promotions will brine him to the rank of captain with 2500 salary per year and an increase of ten per cent for each five years service A Strenuous Life The cadets at the training school on Chesapeake Bay lead a strenuous ex istence They turn out at 630 oclock in the morning and after half an honr allowed for dressing report tor drill which continues for fortyfive minutes ere the call for breakfast is Jfvea From 9 until 1230 oclock there are periods of study and recita tion then half an hour for recreation before dinner which Is served from one to two oclock In the afternoon there is more study and recitation with fortylIve minutes drill Half an hour before supper and one hour after supper are allowed for amusement and then from 7 to 9 comes another study period An hour of skylarking closes the day and the cadets turn in at It oclock During the three year Interim the future Revenue Cutter officers acquire a wide range of book learning includ lie mathematics English history law hygiene seamanship engineering astronomy chemistry civil government etc Incidentally muscle building is looked after by means of the setting up and other athletic drills While the officers In charge of the training school for Revenue Cutter cadets fully realize that all work and no play makes for dullness no such prom Inence Is given to social features as Is the case at the academies at Annapolis and West Point The Revenue Cutter cadets are at liberty on Saturday af ternoons and these half holidays are usually devoted to hops but aside from these functions and such merrymaking aa can be crowded Into the two weeks vacation im the autumn or the VMfttloa at w week In the spring the youag mem apply themselves pretty closely to their studies BALD n INS vB IV AIRSHIP anyFlyingCaptain Thomaa Baldwin believe he has found a way to navigate the all with fair success Captain Baldwin be It known is Americas foremos aeronaut having been engaged in the profession of sailing to the cloud longer and more continuously thai any other citizen of the republic He began ballooning In tho ordinary way nearly a quarter of a century ago Then he invented the modern type ot parachute and in his Inventing aud ek permeating went from one thing to another until he hit upon the dirigible balloon type of airship In too past ham decade Captain Baldwin who makes his home In Los Angeles California has built five dif ferent sky craft all on this genera pattern but each different in many re spects from its predecessor He hope to improve on even the new airship completedbutflying machine is so far superior tc everything that has gone before It that it is well worthy of notice In the new airship the gas bag 01 balloon which lifts it has a capacity of 16000 cubic feet of gas or nearly twice as much as t1 bogI of the one which Captain Baldwin exhibited ai tho St Louis Exposition It is made of Japan silk oiled Inside and out From this bag there is suspended by means of a net of cotton seine twine aI framework which contains the propelling and steering apparatus of the airship and which is known as the keel In Captain Baldwins earlier Inventions this was built of steel tub- Ing and each frame cost 700 but in the new alrshln tho keel Is of Oregon spruce the lightest and strongest wood In existence A Powerful Little Engine The engine which furnishes power for driving the baloon is located about midway on the keel It consists of a gasoline motor very similar to those in use on motorcycles Tho motor weighs about 75 pounds is capable ol 3000 revolutions per minute and able to develop ill horsepower but il Is seldom if ever that so much energy Is required even when the aerial flyei Is facing a heavy wind Attached to the keel at the forward end of the airship is the propeller which is eleven feet in diameter and has two 18 inch blades of painted canvas These blades whirl around at the rate of two hundred times per minute but It will be observed that this pro peller is at the forward end of the ship Instead of at the stern where It might naturally bo looked for and this gives the keynote to one of Captain Bald wins most important inventions namely the scheme of having the rap- Idly revolving propeller pull the ship through tho air instead of pushing it is a ship is pushed through the water Nearly fifty feet from the propeller it tho other end of the keel Is tho rudder by which the steering is accom dished This rudder Is about six by light feet in size and consists of anvas stretched upon a wooden trame Attached to the framework of the keel is also a tank which is ca pablo of holding two gallons of gasoline The navigator of the new Baldwin airship has nothing in the way oft platform on which to stand but must balance himself on the skeleton framework of the keel bracing himself by means of the net which suspends the keel from the gas bag Baldwins new airship cost him more than 1800 and by reason of the gas required to inflate It as well as other expenses each ascension costs In the neighborhood of 250 Tho hydrogen gas which is employed to lift the lin loon and to maintain It In a position where the propeller can do its work Is manufactured by combining iron lungs or borings sulphuric acid and water on the basis of one part acid and one part iron to four parts water This gas is generated in a big tank II THE NEW BALLOON AIRSHIP and Is led through a rubber hose t tho balloon Too Rapid JackYes I had a littlE balance in the bank but I got engaged two months ago and now Slowgo Tom = Ah love makes thE world go round Too Rapid JacltYes but I dldn think it would go round so fast w to make me lose my balance THE NATIONS FORESTS URIUIAST ADDRESS AT ANNUAL CONVENTION AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION Secretary Wilson Sounds Warning Note on Forest DestructionMillion Acres Should Be Treeplanted Everett hale In VigorousI S teci Secretary Wilson has more than once manifested a deep Interest In the question of American Forestry Mr Wilson has in fact for some years been elected and reelected President of the American Forestry Association a pow erful organization composed of public plrited men throughout the country auca has provablY done more than any other one Influence to awaken national Interest in the enormous destruction of the forests and the neces slty for their businesslike management and preservation even to the reforest atlon of denuded areas and the plant Ing of trees upon barren prairie lands That the movement in the United States is coming to be considered an important one is to some extent evl deuced by the Increased recognition of the subject by Congress which is also due largely to Secretary Wilsons en thusiasm When Mr Wilson was ap pointed Secretary of Agriculture by President McKinley his forestry di vision consisted of one forester an assistant forester and five clerks and with an annual appropriation from REV EDWARD EVERETT HALE Congress for forestry of 30000 Sine then forestry division has been advani cd into a separate bureau of the Department of Agriculture employing ove 500 men and having an annual appn priatlon from Congress of upwards cone half a million dollars Fully II million acres of forest lands in thE eastern part of the United States havE been turned over to the Bureau 01 Forestry for management on a pract cal and scientific basis which will enable tho cutting of the forest for umbel and at the same time insurin succeeding crops of timber whit over 100000000 of the acres of govei ment Forest reserves In the west havE also been turned over to the Burea of Forestry for administration It iJE probable that at least another 50001 000 acres of public timber land will b placed In federal reserves Secretary Wilson in his opening address at the recent annual meeting 01 the American Forestry Association 111 Washington uttered a clear note 01 warning against the wholesale redui tlon of the woodland area in thE countryNo on earth Is as successft in tho work of destroying its forests aJ the United States ho declared Th Indiscriminate mutilation of the forest must be stopped the matter has become one of national interest whic can not much longer be Ignored by th people or by our legislators After advocating the broadest kin of protective forest policy he touche on the subject of reforesting certal sections He thought that every da should be an arbor day that every yea should mark a notable advance in tb effort to recover lost ground Plant A Million Acres We should plant he said not 11 000 acres nor stop at 100000 acre but should plant 1000000 acres 111 trees and this would be viewed from several polnistho very best Investmen which the United States ever made 1 I would bo a paying money investmer to the government and It would be 1 tremendous help to bur agricultun The price of merchantable timber is li creasing with great rapidity whil everyone knows the very beneficia effect that has resulted from the plan ing of windbreaks in the pralri statesAnother address before the Associi tlon by the venerable Edward Evere Halo now tho Chaplain of the Unite States Senate constituted a cleanci statement of the great necessity c prompt action to protect the forest Dr Hale is around eighty years oi age he remembers when the saw and the o had scarce touched the giant monarch in Ohio Valley when the forests northern Michigan and Minnesota wet unbroken wildernesses and when thor of the far northwest In that marveloi country where rolls the Oregon wet a terra incognita He has seen whol states denuded of their valuable tlmbi and burned over by devastating fire S due to reckless and wasteful intaj l8 he has setu the uxuiuu and the mill man move westward swiftly and surely 1 mowing down everything m his course until there Is practically no sec thou he lugs left uuliivudod At the present rate of timber cutting in the United States 40 years from today there will bo not an acre left of merchantable timber Common SCIse Forestry What are wo going to do asked Dr Hale In his deep voice We must use both common sense and sentiment questiopItdividuals Interested in American forestry even though they be millionaires or multimillionaires can not accom push anything definite and lasting un less the states and the general government can be awakened to the necessity of giving the cause large and substantial assistance which it merits Com mon sense in forestry means that the forestry question should be put upon a business basis In order to make a large Immediate profit forests are destroyed they should be cut with some wordstheygovernmentsupontheirjiobroughth THE SUNSHINE SOCIETY An Organization Which Brings Coot Cheer Into Darkened hearts organIzed of today for the welfare and happi ness of others none has quite so inter esting a history and unique a charac ter as the International Sunshine So cietyIt is so broad in its scope that it embraces all the charities yet Is In itself no sense a charity but an Inter change of kindly greeting and the passing on of good cheer material or otherwise Sunshlners do not labor under any rules but there Is always the personal touch of sympathy which means so much to the unfortunate man or woman to whom fato has seemed unkind- A more appropriate name could not have been found for the society the members of which pledge themselves to bring sunshine into the lives of others to do something each day to lighten someones burden to speak the cheerful word that may bring new hope new life and energy to take notice of the lonely to do the little acts of kindness thoughtfulness and generosity that manifest the human sympathetic interest in ones fellow creatures Opportunities for doing a kindness are often lost for lack of thought the members of the Sunshine Society strive to cultivate the habit of sym pathy that will give them a keener grasp and a deeper understanding of the lives of those around them The Society is unique in that there I are no salaries paid The president general every minor officer and mem ber gives his or her services Even the necessary clerical work is freely donated The personal sacrifices that every officer and member makes to carryon the work cannot be estimated Its Origin and Growth The Society was incorporated under the laws of New York In 1900 and to- dayt there are 400000 enrolled mem bers The Society is the outgrowth of a thought expressed by Mrs Cynthia Westover Alden in the office of the New York Recorder several years ago during the holiday season Mrs Alden was the recipient of a number of cards from her coworkers on the paper as 1 well as outside friends After enjoying 3 the cards she protested that she would have been better pleased If tho I donors had not written their names on I them This statement horrified her 1 audience and with one accord every one exclaimedr What You wouldnt give our pres ents away would you Why not was the answer What do you do with yours A laughing investigation soon devel oped tho fact that the waste basket was the ultlrrfato destination of most 1 of the cards received t Let me give you the history of one l pretty tencent card that came to met a year ago said Mrs Alden It had 1an exquisite poem on it and I enjoyed It so much that I thought at once of l an old uncle who would appreciate it I and forwarded it to him He as I t thought did enjoy it and so much so that he Immediately recalled an old e friend to whom it would appeal with special force So he copied the poem and sent the card on This recipient found the card so helpful that sbr too felt called upon to pass It on and before the seven days holiday was over the card had carried Its Christ mas message to six different persons Of course this is exceptional but li still an example of the infinite possl bllltles of a gift accepted In the tno spWt and then passed on giving each one the double delight of receiving and givingThe cards which had afforded thi little sermon were spread out and were Continued on next page BOYS i FO t1a- SII feet long wetgMs I THIS AIR RIFLE lbs elegantly finished steel barrel all working pans nickeled walnut stock pistol grip peep sight used Indoors or for killing small game shoots nli shot and dimof- I t most accurate rifle made Send UI your name and address for only an pieces aNaupplI ASS r ic t t 1 I l t J 1 I 1 t tr I 1 j The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1000 NEW I D that word Is Ta1ttiIIt refers to Dr Tufts Liver Pills and MEANS HEALTHAre you constipated Troubled with Indigestion Sick headache VlrtlgoBilious BiliousInsomnia ANY of these symptoms and many others Indicate Inaction ofthe LIVER 1 You 3XTO- OC3LMs Pills Take No Substitute- ANNOUNCEMENT For Congress We are Authorized to annoutuu the lION BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county us n candidate for Congress In the fourth Con presslonal District subject to the action of the Democratic party Chas Riedle Holt was in town SaturdayEdmund Wroe was in Hawesville SaturdayPoindexter Galloway wont to Addi son Saturday Silas Hawkins of Stephinsport was in town Saturday C V Robertson Hardinsburg was in the town Friday Thos Basham Stephensport WitH in the city Saturday Mrs D LiBowlds went to Skillman Saturday to visit her son Twenty pounds sugar forfl at Taul Bates McQuady Miss A Louise Babbage returned Saturday from Decatur Ill Just received a spring line of shoes Taul B ates McQuady Richard Stites of tionisville was in Hardinsburg lust week attending oonrtMrs N S Ferry was In Louisville last week visiting Mrand Mrs Frank FerryWe pay highest prices tor all kiwis country produce Tau1 Bates Mo QuadyMiss Margaret Baker was in the city last week from Hardinsbnrg visiting friendsJo is in Louisville at Nor tan Infirmary where has had an op eration performed A W H Bowmer returned home from Louisville Thursday where he has been for several weoUn Jno T Duo Decatur Hi was in the city Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno D Bab bageMisses Florence and Addle Fairleigh Louisville were the guests of Miss Mildred Babbago Saturday and Sun dayr Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the world and is still traveling bringing health and comfort goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin and pale persons he gives new firm flesh and richred blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own t- He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver bila delightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and jitrength 4l SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409416 Pearl Street NewYork 50o and t00r aitdrug letd3 II Bob white flour 55c Julian Brown No 20 chill plows rt50Julian BrownBest patent flour COo at Jnlinn BrownsVivian Pierce was at home trom Lou isvillo Sunday Miss Ruth Haynes has returned from Owensboro Mrs J J Keenanof Tar Fork was in the town Friday- W B Barbee has rented the Pike Conn place near St phbnapoi Cas Whitehead ot Tobinsport re turned from Brandenburg Friday The Ladles Reading Club was entertained Dy Mrs F D Ferry last Thurs dayMr and Mrs Wicklltte DeHaven and Miss Mayme nave returned from TexasMr and Mrs J W Tatum and oaby went to Henderson Friday to visit W R Burns Rev TC Kerr preached at the Pres byterian church Sunday at the morn lug and evening hours Mrs W H Bowmer and daughter Miss Marion will return from Louisville about March 1 W N Pate of Mattingly sold last week to Arc Goodman four fine young mules for 500 Father Henry of Axtel and Hillary Drury Davleas county wore the guests of Father Brey Monday Nathan Wells of Junction City Kans fell off his wagon last Friday breaking his leg in three places Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry entertained Saturday evening in honor of Misses Florence and Addle Fairleigh of Louis ville Miss Dee Bashman who has taken Miss Eunice Jennings place as school teacher at Persimmon Flat was in the city Saturday Prof J P King will attend tho National Educational convention which convenes in Louisville Feb 27 28 and March 1 Miss Nanuy Smith of Glendeane as sistant cashier of the Bank of Glen deane left Monday for a trip to Frank fort Winchester Georgetown and Mil I tonSpecial music of a high order was nu dared at the M E Church Sunday morning at the en or en services by the choir under th direction of Mr A H MurrayWe luth of Hum and poplar and they are all right Try them and save money as the No 1 pine lath are very nigh now G J Blanford Co Lewisport Ky Julian Brown and family will move to Glendeane in April where Mr Brown will go into the general merchandise business Mr Brown will sell out his business here Miss Clara Unrdin of near town says she has beaten Mrs Fred May of this city in the young chicK race Mss Hardm reports 38 little cbix hatched and two hens setting 2 Thomas Flood of Holt has complet ed his new store house at that place He put in a new stock of goods last Friday There are two stores at Holt I now The or one Is run by Frank ShellmanMr Mrs Alfred Beston return ed to Hardinshnrg Saturday alter a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J H Wills and Mrs Hestons mother Mrs Sawyer Mr and Mrs Heston will visit Mr Hestons mother in Hardins burg for a week Mrs Rodie Beavin who has resided here with Mrs Rosa Wlntehonse has gone to Louisville to live with her sons Mrs WhitehouM accompanied Mrs Beavin to Lonitville and will be her guest for several days Rev T C Kerr delivered a beauti ful lecture tochlldren at the Presbyter ian church Sunday at 2 30p m Child lectures is one of Rev Kerrs winning stakes He knows how to portray the righteous to a childs mind in H vived manner and rarely fails to impress his young audiences J FIsome one of our best farmer was in town Friday He Ifonored the News with a visit and took advantage of our combination offer giving the News arid Herald one year for 2 Mr Isome has been sick tour weeks with lagrippo and this is his first visit to town in that time The New Cough Syrup the one that acts as a mild cathartic on the Dowels is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It expels all cold from the system cuts the phlegm out of the throat strengthens the mucous mem branes of the bronchial tubes and re- lIeves croup whooping cough etc Children love IL Sold by All Drug gistsRev B M Currrie recently decided that not a large enough number of married women were attending the M E Sunday school and he set about to change this condition Be announced that he would open a class especially for married women to be taught oy the pastor The first meeting of the class saw three scholars The class begun to grbw and now the Rev has up wards toga dozen 1 ladies1n his class 1 anditi growJng every Sunday SI m IU If you have fifty to five hundred dollars that lY you would like to increase three hundred per cent in live years with absolute safety Call on or write me p fi L B MOREMEN M D y IRVINGTON KY r rn 9sr M ij r Frank Fraize went to Hardinsburg Monday Clint C Murray was in the city MondayWalter Uraham went to Owensboro M outlay Hiss Sue Newton has been SiCK for several days Harry Board was at home Sunday from Louisville For all kinds of shoes go to Conrad Sipplen shoe store Miss Alice Board has returned from a visit to Baltimore Chas B Skillmau returned from Dnrand I T Friday Mrs Tony Nichols and daughter were in Hawesville Friday HelmerBettner shoes 350 and 4 at Conrad Sipples shoe store Miss Sallie Pierce returned to Holt Monday after a visit in the city to J E Keith two lots 200X175 adjoining Mr Keiths property on the HillMrs Delie Van Cony returned to SKillman Friday after a visit in the city Mi and Mrs Ben Curter and son went to Owensboro Saturday to visit the Foster family Mrs Jno McGavock and two bright babies returned to Webster Monday after u visit to relatives here J E Keith has sold a handsome granate monument to he erected at the grave of Jno R DeHaven Misses Elizabeth Sheeran and Stella Rupert of Tar Font went to Evans vllle Saturday to visit James Reardon Mr and Mrs Clarence Baker and child returned to Hawesville Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Robt McGavocK Mr and firs Chas Keil will move to the Cement plant near West Point where Mr Ketl will accept a positions staionary enigneer Miss Addle G Ditto who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J D Bab bago for three weeks returned to her home in uoniville Sunday Mrs Mary JJeHaven sold last week Dr and Mrs F M Smith entertain ed at six oclock dinner Monday the Rev and Mrs B M Carrie and Mr and Mrs V G Babbage- J J Keenan of Tar Font who left last week for Flonda traveled as far as Nashville and returned home on ac count of sickness He intended to go to Florida for his health A Kiln of plain and fancy clay trim mings is being burned at the Murray Tile plant The fill of tthe kiln repre sents several thousands of dollars Tne burning will last eight days of twenty lours each Eight car loads of ties were shipped JasLweek trom the Newsom Mattingly shipping yards in the East end on Murray ave to the Gray Tie Co Evansville by Mr Joe Cooper who has charge of the companys interests hereW T Hahday of Tar Springs was in town Monday and joined the com mercial club He says he will give 500 cash towards securing the Madison vllle railroad to run its line over the old Short Line road lbed into CloverportSmoke ks for the Miller Brick Tile Co made at the Foundry were delivered Saturday and will be raised this week Machinery for the brick plant is arriving and If the weather permits the plant will be ready for operation in a few weeks- J V Starks of Dukes was in the cIty Saturday paying up his subscrip tion and taking advantage of our com bination offer giving the News one year and Farm Journal nearly five years for 1 Mr Starks though a young man is the proud posessor of a large family and wears that glad smile which the editor likes to see Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It will relieve you Rev W E Hocutt South Mills N C says I was troubled with chronic indiges tion for several years what ever I ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach fluttering of my heartand general depression of mind and body My druggists recommend KOdoland it has relieved me I can now eat any thing and sleep soundly at night II Ko dpi Digests what you eat Sold by All Druggists n r r1 DRRPKEENEJ4 I mReDroeentln5rm NE 8 y I DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO W illWill onejlI i vl wait on all wishing High Class Den U- fl I tlstry ftI IJDate will be announced laterIli grams o + + WantSw + o i7Advertisements Inserted underthls head atone cent a word per week WASTED Man to crop and ten men to worst Wanted yoke of cattle O W Ilcndrliksoii 1Ike near Cloverport WANTED Lady solicitor tosecurc subscript the Southern Home of Louisville Ky a magazine for the Home and Farm We will make it Interesting to right party Write Southern Home Co Louisville Ivy FOR S A LES5 vapor bath outfit for2 J IJabliuRO Jr nU O KENT Koom either furnished or no- tnutkrservice1 1lrs1IL HahbiiKo WATEnnrllht honest young min to prepare for paying position lo Oovurnment Mall Service Jlox One Cedar Kaplds la WANTED JJANTED Everybody to advertise their youtlmelludFOIL SUE One new Kastman plate Cam No 3 Takes pluture3MM4K leather case and one plate holder Camera has latest Improvements and Is one of Eastmans best Price 1750 lace D Ilabhage opyIIITrice S1U5 Apply at News otllcu TO EXCI1ANGES100 Cash Koglster for 1 good horse Apply at News olllce FOR SALE Several mulch cows Z T Holt Ky WAEUTo trade frulttreos for lumber on IuoI D llabbage Clo vorport Ky FOR SALE PUINTINO Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline EnclnesMAKTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville Ky Ion SALETUITION CEItTiIIOAT- EFORFALETultionCertlacatelnBryant It For price and particulars write Tho Hreck enrldge News Cloverport Ky SALE A good farm 701 acres well Improved I12 running springs year round Situated on Palls of Rough road two miles from llnndeiine 100 acres bottom land Will sell at a bargain on easy terms It A Whit tlnghtll Glendeane Ky J H FERRYRepairs Watches Jewelry and Clocks Call on him at- Glendoane Ky Mrs G W Short lett Tuesday for Durant I T for a three weeks stay preparatory toruovini there IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and youth East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home Seekers rates to west and sontuwest March G and 20 One way second class colonist rates to west and southweBt March G and iO One way Colonist rates to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep IS to Oct 31 100- 0Mimli Gras Now Orleans Mobile and Penascola Flyer Feb 22 to 27 One lirst class faro plus 25c round trip Date ofsale Feb 21 to 2U Return limit March 3 Upon deposit of 50c return limit will he extended to March 17 L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No46 Dally llstTraln leaves Clovcrpor t 507 A at West Iolnt only arrIv- es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall and Kzpress leaves Clo 953 AM stops at all way stationsarrives Louisville 1235 p m Tratn No 41 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 448 pm stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives attLoulavlllo 7S5 pm Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Cloverport 830 p m MEET ME AT NOLTES yl Little early for spring sewing but we be lieve you will agree with us we have the biggest and best line and the choicest pat terns in DRESS GINGHAMS AND PRINTS it has ever been our good luck to offer u The advance styles in spring goods are ar riving almost daily and the new fabrics are beauties Let us show you through If you are thinking of making a trip this springwe have trunkssteamer square and round top telecopes valises and handbags Let us help fit you out J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky A I favorite It is reiabe nutritious it MelleMAKERSInd r r IpIJI l Morelrf M over we frequently do it un li known to them as oppor iiitunities often come to us in If confidential ways I LET US HAVE BUSINESSgg II- 1r1r 1rAllI business entrusted toU us will receive prompt and j- i Yir iFYii I depositsAYY- INSU1tED M1 I N S T IILOSS 11V FIRE AND p it HUKOLAKY CONFER 1 VATIVK HOARD OF n- M DIKKCTOKS EFFItjt CIENT OFFICEKS j1- tl 1 Bank of Cloverport I Cloverport Ky p f H r r or WEST BOUND No 47 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 830 a m arrives Evans villa 900iim Train 041 Dally host mull and leaves Clovtrport 1031 a m stops only at Hawesville Lewisport Macao Owensboro Stanley Spottsvllle Henderson and Ev ansvlllc arrive St Louis 750 p m Train No 43 Mull and ar rives Cloverport 730 p mEvansville 1030 p in stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train loaves Cio verport II 06 PM arrives Evansville 135 A St St Louis 740 A M stops at Uawesvlilo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and I 46 between Louisville aid St Louts Fordsulle Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 ally except Sunday leaves Kordsvlllo 430 D Ivea Irvington 840 a m Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p u Train No6 Sunday only Fordsvllle 630 am rrvln ton 90311 m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally Sunday leaves Irvington 850 a m arrives Fordsvlllo 345 pmTrain No leaves Irvinnton 650 p m arrives Fordsvlllye 925D EU I GlenIdeane Kane A WRONG Impression if you think it makes no difference what brand of flour youdesireyou must assist the cook by providing the best of materials In nothing is this more certain than in the flour you pro vide for your bread cakes and pieS CADICKSGOLD FLOUR is the sweet Try C I except 0prtrrrrrrrrrlrrtrrrfrrrrrt + t pt HerefJust tell us how much 5 lumber you need We x 1 have all kinds OfI Framing material and choice Poplar arid Walnut is ready for it you g Thats the thing un able to get so quick j fi before j t Let us have your t order today J t Your House Barn or 1tJI pairs I 5x t REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt r t Cloverport Ky I o k- 1tnsaa kk ls ee akaR tk e R tRrt ALMOST EVERYBODY appreciates modern convanieiwies Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything cut and fitted so that you can do the job yourself Com plete instructions and working drawings with every order A wrench the only tool necessary II D MCDONALD U2 West Harrison Street Chicago ID A Washington birthday entertain ment will be given thIS afternoon in the city school by the Intermediate club ot Miss Jennie Pattersons dog partment Drills recitations essays and national songs will be had The entertainment will be free and tho public is invited Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sates over One and aHtlfMffltoa boWel Does this recOrd of merit appeal to you1 No Cure No Pay Soc Eacke4 with vsry kottks k a Tea Cent package of Grov s Hade Root Liver HU I J j r f o I 1 J I I I i I I I i1 J i found to posse 33 many possibilities of happiness vhieh tho markings spoiled for passing on Inspired with this Idea of sending out remembrances that might bo mul tiplied fourfold a new set of cards was given to Mrs Alden by the Recorders staff and theso cards wero at onco sent out Tho thanks received for them were so pretty that an item was made of them in the New York Recorder This caused further corre spondence and resulted in a club for the exchange of friendly greetings The namo of Chat was at first chosen for the column but in time tho membership grew so large that tho mo to Good Cheer was adopted and in 1896 the name of tho society was changed to the Sunshine Society and its active members were to include all who were desirois of brightening life by word thought or deed The growth of the Society has boon almost phenomenal From tho parent sooiety branches have sprung tip until every State in tho Union is roprosent ed with regularly enrolled presidents and organizers When a State has ton branches each one consisting of at least ten members it becomes entitled to a State presi dent Besides the thousands of members in tho United States thero are flourishing branches in England Ja pan India France and Germany The Society Motto The comnoMMon to furnish the So tctys motto ran for three months and IRI IDCNTGEERAL ALDEN among the many thousands of verses received the following poem sent In by Mrs W II Chose of Brooklyn wa select J1 Good Cheer Have you had a kindness shown Pass it on Twas not given for you alone Pass it on Let it travel down the years Let it wipe anothers tears Till in heaven tho deed appears Pass it on At the time the verse was splccte no one knew the author and it was not for several years alter the Soriet had adopted the motto that tho writer was discovered to be Ilev Henry Bur ton D D of Lytlmni England ill Burton wrote the poem twoutyflv years ago and had almost forgotten it until the Sunshine Society brought it into prominence Mr Burton is rec tor of the Lytham Episcopal Chur hand has become so interested in the Society that now everybody in his church and Sunday school has become a Suiislilnvr u Burtons parishioners aro build ing a beautiful new church and Sun shiners the world over are planning to raise funds for a handsome memo rial window bearing the poem which has inspired to many to acts of kind ness and thoughtfulness TIe Dues One of the unique features of the Society is tho payment of membership fees which consists merely of some kind act which will bring sunshine to some one It may bo only nn exchange of Looks pictures or Mowers 01 it may bring more material benefit In one State a well known woman has paid her dues by educating some boy as Ions as KIm llws instead of pinting a costly rnouumtmt over her suns grave In nearly every State In the anon the Society owns a wheel chair given in memory of oomo dear one Those are passed around to crippled and helpless onos and aro constantly in use Though tho Society has never salk Ited funds It Is estimated that 100GcC has been given to carry on its work From tho International headquarters 96 Fifth Avenue Now York City nearly 00000 has been expended in the past five years to make others happy Newspaper Aid The newspapers must be given credit in a largo degree for the growth of the Society Originating in a news paper office it has everywhere received the endorsement of the press until to day over 200 papers ore regularly carrying Sunshlno departments The Society has a publication of Its own called the Sunshine Bulletin of which Mrs Alden tho founder and presidentgeneral is editor Features of Sunshine Work Each State division of the Sunshine Society endeavors to have some e tab llshed feature besides the Individual sunshine each member strives to scatter Till w rk takes the form of da nurseries hones for crippled childrei and aged ones maintaining beds ir hospital wards fresh air and outing cottages Sunshine libraries lunch rooms for working girls etc etc The greatest evil tho Society has to contend with Is the fake sunshine so cieties grafters organize to defraud the public The popularity of the Society and the ready response that every appeal of Sunshine receives ha made it possible for these grafters tc reap a rich harvest Readers should remember that the only authentic Sunshine Society has Mrs Cynthia Westover Alden as Its presldent gen eras and is called the International Sunshine Society THE BEGGAR TRUST REGlJLARLrORGiUIZED FOR TUB PURPOSE OF MULCTING THE PUBLIC Ingenious MakcUps and Cruel Devi ces Practiced Arrest Made and the Principals Sent to Prison Famous OriLnt Beggar As old as Is civilization so old is the history of the beggar kingdom for wherever have been found any collection of men the beggars there played their business despite indifference and the scorn of the majority yet always reaping their harvest from the philan thropic The nearer ono draws to tho warmer countries more and more nu merous one finds the professional beg gar Egypt India nnd Italy are the worst examples In countries which boast of their higher civilization biv gory flourishes not through want or privation but through a culls of peo pie who make beggary their profession and who have made a line art of the methods of reaching tho Foil hearted And beggars of this class do not seem to stop at criminality A recent case was noted in press dispatches of unusual brutality prac tidal by a beggar upon three children in Austria who had been kidnapped from their parents The children toll a terrible tale of suffering at the hands of the beggar who had broken their Igs in two places and then twisted the limbs out of shape so that in knitting together tilt bones would not set straight rill man sent the chil dren out to beg for him and their piti fill condition made compassionate peo ple give lanrc sums because of their apparent miseryFake Deformities While a number of the beggars found III large rcs are really de formed blind lame maimed crippled or deaf nnd dumb yet it Is a known fact to the police authorities that there im establishments whore idle worthless nnd lazy persons are readily man ufactured into objects of charity The theme of one of the best of the Sherlock Holmes stories is n wonderfully madeup beggar who fools the police THE KING OF BEGGARS and the regular detectives nnd in fact everybody but the astute Sherlock Yet old hands in the detective force state that this principal situation is in no way overdrawn as applied to actual conditions I A Close Corporation Suit Following tho example of largo corpora tlons w high form combines for tjjerewasa beggar trust through the efforts of a onelogged youth who had left a comfortable home to encage deliber ately in begging His remarkable insight I into business methods would probably have reaped him n greater reward than was derived through beg gary Organizing a community of iu terest among the mendicants of Park Row he picked out favorable points throughout the city to which were as signed certain men A lame youth would be placed at one point n blind one there and a bndlysealded mend cant at another That these beggars I might not be molested In their work About this clings some of the heroic history of the United Statestho old Bull Run bridge and Bull Run the little stream flowing under its arches I In the South a creek Is called a run and this stream in the North would be called Bull Creek The bridge marks whero the Warrenton turnpike the warworn road across Northern Vir ginia between the Potomac and the Rappahannock crosses the It lookouts were appointed for each and at the same time made hourlY collecJ- JVJ ot iiie money passed out by d PROSPEROUS SPANISH BEGGAR generous public These earnings were placed In a large pool part of whlc was used in payment for legal reprc sentntlon when one Of the trust might be arrested At one time there were thirty men in the corporation but the police of New York gradunll got ono by one of the members into the tolls of the law and the trust was up By Telephone This is tho residence of J Pierpon Morgan The house is on flre Send nn engine nt once Tills is Herbert L Satteriee Mr MorgnnV souiu law talking There was unusual excitement at fire headquarters recently when tho telephone rang and tho foregoing worth came over the wire Tho englno was sent and no team ever made a quicker run When the firemen arrived at 219 Madison avenuo the homo of the multimillionaire they found Mr Satterleo in tho doorway The only sign of fire was a sheet of flame shooting out of thf chimneyFor heavens sake do not use any water Mr Satterleo begged You will ruin irreplaceable paintings if you lo The fire is in the chimney But please be quick The firemen yielded to Mr Satter leos request and used hand grenades instead of the hose They found Policeman Daniel Kelleher on the roof To had extinguished the fire by throwing salt down tho chimney Tho fire caused no damage Quickly Disposed Of A certain colonel is an authority on all military and he is often besieged by cranks with pneumatic rapid firing guns rifles dirigible war alloons and other martial inventions- On ono occasion he was sitting In his private room at the barracks with a friend when a servant brought in a ardOh send him in said M His business wont take moro than a mln Lao or two There was shown In a wildeyed onghalred man twisting his soft hat nervously in both hands Colonel he said I have hero and ho took out a small parceln julletproof army coat If the went would adopt this Put it on Put it on said the sol dler and horang tho boll The ser ant appeared as tho inventor was getting into the coat Jones said his master tell Sergeant Brown to order one of his men to load his rifle with ball and cartridge andExcuse me sir I forgot something nterrupted tho Inventor and with ia mated look he disappeared Arrangements aro being made for tho construction of a great military iflo factory in China The proper distance between the eyes is the width of one eye BULL RUN BRIDGE One of the Historic Landmarks of the Civil War bridge stream broken slender almost matters govern was hero that the sanguinary battle 01 1861 beganTylers division of th Union army on the east side or th right of the picture and the Evan brigade of the Confederate army 01 the west or left hand side of the picture There was fighting in the neigh borhood of the bridge in 1863 and II man standing on this old bridge coul have heard the guns of a core of figut in the Civil War oust lrlntlntlOllpallCJtI iifor lug money LOOKS UKB A 25 WATCH Tht wearer of thll han Porn ploeof jewelry will bo the envr oilier friend and nee Wit credit for rnrnuuia flno Oeld Watch Till watch locket and pin 14k Gold tto1 all tho fashion 1liolcheaptho market Guarantee IOllIIIgItllI U circulars Broom roll or from lint mr dams lUto and a fs largo now preenI BALTICSEAL PUR BOA Woman tnd CU led tai3dhato0 nrhos long mado ver wideandfnllI around then- r1ronadrrccuu They are a- vorl popular Guar ootood each idplttetti11t tat GivenfSf ono ro1l1 dkox v OLD VETERANS HOME TWELVE nUXPRBD OLD SOL DIERSARE CARED FOR ACOJ FORT AND PLENTY Maintenance of a Great Institution Through Compulsory Contributions of Men of the Regular ArmyHas Beautiful Grounds The National Soldiers Homo in the District Of Columbia Is tho only insti tution of Its kind In the United States The home was founded Mardi 3 1S31 The idea of the establishment Is suJ to have originated w1th General Win field Scott titter whom the main build Inc of tho home is named and of whom there is n fine bronze statue in the grounds During the occupation of Mexico General Scott exacted a sum of money from that country The money was paid to him and bo asked Congress that it bo set aside for tho establishment at Washington of a home for disabled enlisted men of tho regular navy and army This was done The Home is maintained by exacting from every enlisted man nnd officer 12 12 cents from each months pay Fines from court martini nnd money due deserters is turned into this fund Improvements nt the Home aro contem plated which call for tho expenditure of over ono million dollars The Home has on deposit In the Treasury of the United States a fund of more than two million dollars It should bo borne in mind that the Government of the United States does not contribute one dollar to the support of this great in tuUonNo women are employed at the Home excepting those in the corps of trained nurses in the Home hospital Much of the work at the homo farm work Dairying gardening = road main tenance housework cooking waiting nu table etc is done by the inmates who are paid for their services out of the Home fund There nro about 1200 veterans In the institution Many of them are civil war soldiers some were disabled in the West Indies others in the Philip pines come in the Indian campaigns and some were discharged from the service for disability incurred in camp and garrison Many of the Home Inmates are more youths Every hon orably discharged soldier or sailor who needs shelter finds It at the Na tional Soldiers Home Scott Hall stands in the center of Washingtons finest park It is glori oats in summer and majestic in winter Washingtonians know this and in fair weather a throng of persons afoot SCOTT MAIL awheel and with horse or auto show their appreciation of the beauty of the place The grounds embrace five hun dred acres of hilly or gently rolling laud and fine vistas of the city and its environs may be had During the year a new administra tion building has been constructed and a large addition to the hospital has been made A now mess hall Is pro jetted The plans for the new hall call for an imposing building of white mnrbe rock faced to conform in style of architecture with tho Scott building According to last report of Gen II Hawkins governor of the Home there were 1301 permanent Inmates on June SO Some of them were actually in the grounds some of them receiving out of door relief some being in the government hospital for tho Insane some absent on furlough and some In tho general hospital at Fort Bayard Now Mexico I The human hair forms a profitable crop Five tons are annually imported l by the merchants of Loudon The I Parisian harvest Is upwards of 200000 I Ibs equal In value to 400000 per annum Best Offer Best Premiums Best Value I SEND NO MONEYWo fruit youJnrt vrrtto at for 83 of our extra high erode sot ilnUb1 Hem Itched HndkrcMta which wo deliver tree roll them for us at only lOo each and HO will amp you tre- eerl arpnae COBOl and dlAlroblo prrmluml orI 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Ditto Hardinsburg is visiting Mrs H S Skillman this weekMiss Ida Jarrett spent last week in Cloverport with friends and rela tivesAndrew Crawford was in Hardins buig Isst week and qualified as Notary PublicJohn P Haswell Jr and Allen It Kincheloe Hardiusbuig were In town lust Tnnrsday on legal business P D Hawkins who recently purchas ed the Hawkins farm Just above town will move theie this week Ed C Atkinson our railroad agent has trarvbHMHi a lot adjoining H Lay near the depot and vill build in the near future Miss Mable Moorman teturned to her home at Yelvington Satmday after spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs Andrew Crawford Miss Esther Payne who is attending school in Hardinsburg will spend SaturdHy and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs G W Payne Andrew CiawfoidJr who bas been confined to his room for several weeks with n eevtie attack of pneumonia fover is able to be out again Saw H Dix wno was operated onI at St Joseph Infirmary in Louisville about ten days HBO is improving nice ly and has dismissed his nurse His wife will remain with him for a while A man wno once baa rough horny hands made them soft and smooth with Witch Hazel Salve but ne used the genuine that Bearing the name E C DeVitt Co Chicago For sores boils cuts burns bruises etc it has no equal and affords almost immediate relief from blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Sold by All Druggists 4 Xoio Drliiklnk In Aonrnjr The Norwegian papers tell of a speedy arid elllcnclous method of be coming Intoxicated prevailing In the slums of Chrlstlanln The Orebladet de- scrIbes how It Is done The drunkard fills the palm of his hand with aque sit strong corn brandy and sniffs It through his nose A few applications do the work while the same quantity of liquor taken Into the stomach would hardly be felt Nose drinking has become a real vice with some Individ jials The ctot Itl lJs terrlbje because the whole nervous sysTem Ts paralyzed In a moment and the drunk ard remains almost unconscious for several minutes Afterward a sleepy fatigue Is felt as after smoking opium JfrryyNot nil Arrewt but n Ileacue You were arrested for striking your ImUVXo Judge answered the unworthy specimen of manhood who was on trial I hnd made a pSss at her and she was just rearhln for the stove lid when the olllcurs came and took me In charge That wasnt an arrest That was a rescue Washington Star Sntlxrnclcirllr Deilneil Willie 1a what IIs the meaning of the expression touch and goT Papa Its very simple my son It means extreme speed and refers to the pro- fessIonal borrowers who make a touch and go so fast you seldom see them again Men With Henri I dont believe bachelors have any hearts she said Why were just the men who do Lave them ho replied Why Is that she asked Because we havent lost them Relief From Ennui Dont you ever get tired of doing nothing asked one Oh yes replied the other languidly Well what do you do then Take a rest Industry keeps the body healthy the mind clear the heart wholo and the mrso full Simmons h e 3mc at No dangerous rugs or alcoholic con coctions are taken into the stomach whin Hyomei is used breathe through the inhaler the balsamic heal lug of Hyomei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose and tbroatand thus kills the catarrhal germs heals the irritated mucous membrane and gives complete and permanent cure Hyomei is the simplest most pleas ant ann the only gnarateed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete ontfit 100 extra bottle 00 centsFor sale by Short Hayn- esMATTINGLY Mrs Bettio Pupert is ill Miss Jessie Seaton is on the sick listWm Lynch purchased four fine mules last week Roscoe Laslie CIovci port was here Sunday visiing his brother Sam Miss Nina Lynch Patesville is visiting the family of Will Lynch Rev B M Currie spent the day in our town Tuesday May he come often Tom Stout the horse trader went through our village Sunday enrouto to courtP E Scott and family Harned visited in the family of W N Pate last week Chns Pate has been sick during tho past week with rheumatism but is much better Eligah Board has returned from Tell City He says ae married Miss Yackle of that city while there Miss Rum Howard left Tuesday for Cincinnati where she will visit her uncle Rev S C Bates Mr and Mrs Orval Frank near Hardinsburg spent Sunday with the latters parents near hero They novel gripe or sicken hut cleanse ROIl strengthen the stomach liver anti bowels This is thn universal verdict ot the many tnousands who use TheseIII onsu ess jaundice torpid liver sallow complexion etc Try Little E rly Risers All Druggists TOUR EUROPE FREE The CourlerJournal To Take Nine teen Young Women Abroad As its Guests The CouricrJouriml i iconduc ting u popularity contest that e clipses any thing of the kind ever promoted in this section Briefly the Courier on rniil proposes to take on a seven weeks tour abroad nineteen young women from Kentucky find Southern Indiana all expenses paid from the day the party leaves Louisville July 12 until it returns to Tho Old Kentucky Home August 29 To give all a chance the Courier Journal has divided Louisville and Kentucky and Southern Ind iana into eighteen districts and the most popular young woman from each district is to be the one to make the tour The nineteenth young woman iis to bo selected in another way Headers of the Courier Journal are to select tho gjiest for the paper by ballot Jt is estimated that the trip alone will cost the CourierJournal about 15000 to say nothing of incidental find other necessary expenses There may bo a young woman from this section who is a candidate for this tour Write the CourierJournal Louisville Ky for a list of candidates and ful details of the tour Adv Only line Iurten A series of grewoomo Incidents had tcrrilicd an English neighborhood What made these Incidents peculiarly horrible was their tragic mystery Nobody could explain them Sheep and lambs which were hi full health over night wore found dead in the morning their bodies uninjured but drain ed of every drop of blood Ghouls and vampires and all Imaginable horrors were blamed and the whole country side was up The damage continued and in a single night a farmer had fourteen out of twentyone lambs kill ed anti the same pen was chosen the next night and the remaining seven lambs were destroyed In tho early peep of day the slayers were discover ed all hideous from their sanguinary work They were neither men monsters but a couple of pine norI which having routed a pair of magpies from their nest had there made their home and thence nightly scoured tbe ountry round about Franklin Sairdmt PuddIng Franklin believed in fair competition in freedom for others as well as him self and cared more for his personal Independence In the conduct of his business than for the business Itself The story of the sawdust pudding should be known In every newspaper olllce In the country When he first started the Gazette he made sonic free comments on certain public olllchils and some of the Influential patrons of the paper resented It and tried to stop it lie Invited theni to dinner When they came they found notljhig on the table but a pudding made of coarse meal anti a Jug of water They sat down Franklin tilled their plates and thou his own and proceeded to eat heartily but his guests could ndt swal low the stuff After a few moments Franklin rose and looking at them said quietly My friends any man who can subsist ou sawdust pudding as I can needs no mans patronage American Illustrated Magazine A Scheme anil a Luncheon One of UalzacH wild schemes was a plan to combine Paris theaters One morning III September 183D nil early day to talk of monopoly ten literary friends of the great novelist met by invitation at his house Before luncheon Balzac told theta of his scheme Ills idea was to form a trust to buy up all the theaters as a sequel to a smaller preliminary trust for the supply of plays to every theater In Paris The ten guests were to supply them Ho estimated the profits of time llrst year at 120000 and each year would he thought bring in more money lIe expounded his scheme at length for over an hour and tlimlly one of the guests suggested that he might go on at table The novelist started I forgot all about ordering anything to eat he cried and late in the afternoon the members of the shadowy trust made u shadowy meal of broad and cheese and sour wine In a small country restau rant lie Wore the Robe A story is told of the late Dr Peddle a Scotch minister to whom his emigre gation had IprtSonUd a pulpit robe He had never worn a robe find after ac knowledging time gift he said he would wait In the vestry live uiluutci after service to hear any objectors to the in novation Nobody appeared hut one old htihyvhio on being asked what her objections were answered that site hunt rend till epistles of St Paul and could not llml nay reference to the apostle wearing a gown What epis tie did you read asked time toctor From Ilonmns to Hebrews answer ed the old lady 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roldere rates etc add ress any agent of the Southern Ry or CH Hungerford DPA Louisvlllle Ky G B Allen AGPA St LoniB W C Rinearaon G P A QO Route Cincinnati 0 Ca exwODABeau theltio Kind You HJaAlways Bo- MBnxo f14JP J- or f L i r vf- I 4 I r L S i 1- tt I Som Ono whispered nervously to n neighbor Ono or two men lifted their heads and drew quick breaths People elancid from sldo to side and a few feet shuffled uneasily Then a tiny puff of smoke came from the loft wing and travelled as tar as the middle of the stage It was followed by n larger roiling clOud Tho effect was Instantaneous Piro fihrloUcd a shrill volco and a woman started up frantically Fire Tirol In an Instant tho huge theatre waft seething swaying mass from all sides burst screams sobs find oaths For a few seconds peoplo wore pushed in purposeless groups hither and thIth- er Then suddenly the crowd broke into rocking unwlcldly sections each pushing fighting tearing towards tho nearesf exit In the middle of the house very still sat a group of three The Woman was in the middle the Husband on her right tho Other Man on her left For the first few seconds it seemed as It they must be swept off their seats Then with a quick movement I tho Other Man wheeled half round on his chair put one hand on the back of tho Womans scat and the other on the seat before her Tho Husband silent ly followed his example They were both big strong mono Their hands met In a steady grip behind and In front of her Thus till tho rush was over they formed a human cago for her protection shunting off by ttiolr braced rigid frames their crowding frantic neighbors Thank you she said quitely when tho middle of the theatre was deserted I couldnt have borne to bo touched by suchanimals She gave a hur ned glance at tho nearest mass of hu Inanity and then fixed her eyes whimsically on tho smokeclouded stage in front What do they remind one oU she asked as though thinking aloud It was tho Other Man who answered PIgs ho said contemptuously pigs when the troiirh hag just been filled crowding toward it She halt turned her head towards ClueD YOUVE BLEEDING him 1Yes she said gravely they do look llko that Suddenly tho fireproof curtain began to move Oh thank God shrieked a fashion ably dressed woman her taco made hideous by fear A sea of other faces stamped with every shado of terror and ferocity turned towards tho stago at tho For an instant tho tumult sank to something like silence Hope and thankfulness arose in a thousand breasts Then tho tumult began again Its stuck Oh stuckand the fight for life continued in all its sickening cowardly savagery Havo wo any chance asked tho Woman simply For a moment neither answered Then again it was tho Other Man who spoke Unless they get tho curtain down in time none ho answered There are no other exits I know tho place Well It wont bo the fire probably but the smoko in a minute or two wo must move further back from it Ho spoke with admirable restraint And then suddenly Husband Btodd up They both turned towards him His lace was gray and his lips trembledNot way he murmured In a shaking voice Ah merciful heaven not again this wayI The Woman quivered as beneath a lash and her taco became drawn John sho said sharply John Ho started slightly Yes Sho would not let her eyes meet his Please go away she said in a low Voice hesitated a moment What he asked Sho stirred Impatiently Oh I dont care Get a whisky and soda If you know where to find It oror perhaps youd bettor leave out the 4 A soda I mean She paused shud dering Only SOIIshe added faintly What did sho mean Did eho know what sho was saying Probably not ho decided What had ho said himself a minute ago Ho could not remember What did anything matter now weit without Li ttonl The Other Man stared straight 111 front of him lila taco wits a mask Vot a mlnuld they very still Then ho turned round Come ho fiald In ah Ordinary voice It isi time to move Sho gave him her hand and ho help cd hor over chairs and wooded forms they wero nt tho back of tho build ing Hero she asked No ho said and spread his coat on tho floor Hero please Tho nearer the ground tho less smoke you tnow She sat down silently and motioned him to share tho coat Then suddenly ahe laughed Its queer ISnt it sho Bald that wo should think about getting our clothes dustynow- He did answer Ho was twisting a button on his overcoat round and round it came off in hand Bud ilcnly he spoke You are very brave ho said i Sho drew a quivering breath Im trying to bo bravo enough two sho said in a low voice made no reply ho did not want to understandIm I sho added hurriedly that wo moved Porliapsho will not find us here Ho turned swiftly with a rush of joy Elizabeth ho cried Then you aro content hero with mo Eho brushed her hand across her eyes Oh I dont know what Im say ing Im angry and distressed and nlllatod I dont want to but if Ivo got to Id rctVor bo near some body bravo lIhelilo you Elizabeth ho salJ passionately Dont you know Sho started Oh hush she murmured It Is so nearthe end That is Just why he said and OH SHE HURT YOUR HAND ITS I cry its the Ho for lie sat till not his for Ho die laughed recklessly In a few minutes It must nil bo over Havent wo aright to make tho most of them Do you love me Elizabeth Ho drew her towards him and sho did not resist She was thinking shamefacedly of the grayness of her husbands faco as sho had last seen It The blood of a dozen generations of pioneers and warriors was surging through her own veins and she scorned impending tate Yes bo said absently I believe I doAh say it again he urged with out the believe The smoke was rapidly thickening Sho tried not to think of It I lovo my love with a B she said flippantly because he is brave and I hato my him with n C because ho Is a Coward a Coward His arms relaxed suddenly Ah dear dont ho cried Is that all Is that the reason All she echoed Isnt It enough No ho said bitterly Im a cad but not as bad as all that Are you blind Dont you know what was the matter with him Ho was afraid she whispered My husband afraid Neither of them noticed that in front of tho blazing stago the fireproof cur tain had suddenly finished its arrested descent and that a senll lull ensued Yes ho cried with a revulsion of loyalty to his friend afraid of losing you Surely you know what happened to his father and mother Didnt you even wonder what ho meant by Not again this way Sho shook her head Wives know so little of their husbands bachelor ex perience she reminded him with a wan smile They Were burnt to death when he was a boy he said like this In a I theatre He vraa jvith them the floor ing gavo way taking them both with It nd leaving him on the broken edge ale the covered her faco with her hands Ca sho murmured I didnt know What Java I dono Ho told mo once ho went on that It had left him with the feeling that flro would never touch him but that to think of anyone he eared for being in a tire mado himwell what you sawThey wero silent for an Instant theyveIIllcctnen wore everywhere No danger No danger Tile words passed from mouth to mouth and though they wero not strict ly true tho effect of the lowered cur tamwaa magical Tho crowd was pro ceptlbly thinner noticeably calmer but round each exit wero gruesome proofs of the violence of the panic ElizabethThey I nt each olhorllts John she said faintly Yes ho said and his smile was bitter Its John Goodbye Forget- It all Elizabeth Dd you 1mowhelo- oled at his wl1tchJts all hap pencd In less than ten minutes ncally she said It cant bo pos slblo But her eyes were searching for hor husband Tho Other Man noticed tt Eliza both I ho said halt shamefacedly Yes sho answered her eyes search Ing the crowd You are going to make up to him somehow torfor saying that to hIm Her eyes softened and she held out her hand That was nlco of you she said gently Yes I am going to make up to him I pray God ho will never know what I thought Elizabeth Ho had found her at last Tho Other Man slipped away Ive found a way ho exclaimed breathlessly Como along Oh sho cried youve hurt your hand its bleeding Ho held out tho other to her No nOj its nothing I had rather a bother with tho doors and windows Thats why Ivo been BO long Sho followed him silently When they wore in their carriage and on their way homo there was an awk ward silence Elizabeth had just finished bandaging his hand with the aid of both their handkerchiefs Dear ho said at last would you mind telling mo why youyou asked me to go away Sho looked at him a reproachful pout Must you inquire into all your wires weaknesses sho asked I only wondered Of course sho Interrupted I knew you would and I meant to tell you Jut youll despise me Youve got a very nnherole wife John When I asked you to go I wussbo went o- nsteadi1yI was nearly dead with frIght and I couldnt bear to have you to see It so I said tho first thing I thought of to get rid of you while 1- got over It What did I sny11d- ldnt know what I was saying Joh- nButI did get over it His face cleared and ho bent and kissed ber His voice was very tender Elizabeth my wIre ho said Do you knowho laughed lightheart edlyIve been worrying like every thIng about It I fancied you thought- Ii was in a funk about myself IIthought you meant that She stared at him then burst ont laughing hysterically and throw her arms round his neck Oh you dear darling old stupid she cried Dont you know yet that women never mean what they seem to mean He made a mock gesture of despair So now that you seem to mean yo- uarcwell rather fond of me Elizabeth what do you really mean She smiled up at him swiftly That I consider you Just perfect sho whls pored Upstairs in their own room when ho had gono down to give some orders to the servants Elizabeth wandered to the window Her eyes were troubled Suddenly sho knelt down and burled her face in her hands God grant she supplicated that ho will nev- erknowI do love him I have always loved himbut that I should have thought him afraid Sketch a FEAT OF AMATEUR ROBBER Met With Entire Success In Separa ting Man From Ilia Watch If a man who was robbed of a gold watch in Chicago under peculiar con ditions which ho will recognize from the recital of tho adventure by the robber will communicate with Hobart J Allen of Irving Park Chicago ho can havo back his timepiece along with a profuse apology Mr Allen recently bought a revolver- to protect himself from holdup men who havo fleeced several victims in along subway under the Northwestern Railway tracks Ho was kept at his business until quito late one night re cntly and starting home ho put his pistol in his pocket with a feeling of much satisfaction Tho approach to tho subway was dimly lighted by a single lamp He plunged Into the cavern and walked through A figure dimmed tho exit and as the two men met the roar of passing trains startled them and they brushed each other in passing A moment later Allen felt for his watch It was not in his pocket Ho ran lack Lrough tho subway and overtook the other man Just ns he was emerging land over that watch or Ill blow your head off he shouted Tho man leaped over a stone abutment and ran Allen followed and cornered him a ainst a wall Ill give you another chance be said leveling his revolver Tho man apparently too frightened to speak gave him the watch Allen went home and told his wife ot his adventure Why your watch is in there on the dresser you didnt take it with you she exclaimed Now Allen is looking for tho man ho held up Twenty Years n BIgot BaconThat man is always on the wrong side of a Question EgQertHow do you know DAconWhy Ive known him for twenty years and In all that tImo I nevpr knew him to think tho same l y1Iz iJJ 1 l1ei r t TIlE WOMAN IN BRONZE j Striking flcure of a Woman Who Died of u Broken Heart A Story of unrequited lovo is mutely told la cold bronze and marble in one of the cemeteries In tho city of Wash- Ington D C Tho story runs that a beautiful young woman daughter of rich parents fell In love with a poor and struggling artist Tho attraction was mutual but her family aspired to a wealthy alliance Finally filial duty won tho day and tho girl was led to the altar by a rich suitor They lived together for some time and the brili llancy of the match was tho talk of ST CAUDENS REALIZATION Washington society Tho womans love however still went out to the poor artist and her husband who had been Informed of tho peculiar state of affairs could do nothing to win his wifes affection All tho gifts that money could buy were showered upon her but to no purpose To his horror one tiny several niontlm lifter their marrIage io fouu J his wife lying dead in n room in their house the poor girl having lied of n broken heart Although deeply nt tiulied to his wife ho was struck with admiration by her devotion to his rival u nil vhn tllJe was burled in the family lot in Hock Crock CeinetLvy he cow missioned St GauilinH the scupltor to make a bronzo statue of heroic size depicting her as sho was found and covered with her bathrobe deadI The figure of the woman is with the bathrobe drawn about herI and the Work is ono of great strength The bronzo is surrounded by marble beautifully carved In front of It is along marble scat where one may admire tho work of art No name marls the spot but at eaoh corner of the lot Is a small marbH block about six Inches Square with the letter A carved in the top Tho entire lot is surrounded by a dense growth of pine trees so that one not familiar with the spot looks in vain for the figure Character of Englt1tJd KIng The character of Klost ErtwnnT while Prince of Wales nppcars to have been greatly misunderstood Many scandals were laid at his door many Journalists and prominent writ ers found themselves unable to resist temptation of making him the theme of extravagant stories without foun dation or nt best based only upon henrsny evidence While making no pretence to be- Ing n saint his morals were neither better nor worse than the majority of his countrymen und it was precisely that fact that endeared him to them Tho great Influence that no otlnr Prince possessed and which was pos sessed by him In a superlative degree was very largely due to his remarka ble tact Thanks more to him than to any other hard drinking c omuls coarse nnd profane language went out of fashion lIe would tolerate in the houses of respectable people no men and women who hal forfeltd thlrright to remain within their pale anti no woman of questionable ante cedents could with his sanction con sort with ladles or with innocent girls Few people had any ida how well read he was It was generally reported that his rea inff was very limited and yet the reverse was true No new book of Importance whether In German English or French appeared that failed to receive his attention and many such were read and ds cussed at Marlborough House before their review appeared in print Not- a few of the French authors were ac customed to send him their first copies His faults never grave or serious simply nerved to bring out in great T prominence the many attractive points of his character and since his thosefaultsvirtuesgreater From a Diplomats Diary Home from the Phllipiacs returnedtomornlnAnd fearsnovIewWhutsocheerily troubletroublesyouThe In safety spite of chills feverSpite dangers of the land seaSpite offaithnelthorUere1fter nortroublemoFor skies Are darkest and a uShutting from viewThenlining that on shiningSotroubletroublesyouhat burdenthatgivenIs If ancient while Itsalways proven true goodLordthetrouhleyouTis hopes and fears are hIt lantldpatloa For midnight terrors vanish with the mornlnjfdewAnd danisThen dont ever trouble trouble WI trou Plo troubles you APRON PATTERN FREE f I I the bP CJlTO- flTttWM ever otTetO1 ncI It U somethIng every lady needL You cannot taiftoUiplftaardwltUthU one and all new lutxcrib en to the Peoples Poputar Monthly irllfrecelTo one tree Thla ll a prite pattern Takoa tlf 7b of material one yucl wide Only I buttons KmillI medium au lIrge size 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on its face hangs the sacred picture called The Saviour of Smolensk before which every passerby salutes for the Tartars broke their scaling ladders trying to tear it down and tUe French burst their cannon in trying to batter It to pieces Within the walls beyond stands the tall tower of Ivan the Great with the bold Slavonic inscription round the base of Its cupola telling how It was built In its upper gallery hangs a bell of sixtyfive tons that Is a mere In ant compared with Czar Kolokol the king of all bells which stands cracked and gaping at its foot Behind it is the Cathedral of the Assumption in which the czar was crowned anti near at hand are the cathedrals of the Arch angel Michael and of the Ainunclatlon the shrines where nearly nil the czars of old have been christened or crowned or burled Beyond the majesty of their marble and gold the gorgeous emblazonry of their mosaics you reach the vast rose tinted modern palace of the Kremlin Itself containing the famous halls of lit 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many shrines of history con taining nothing perhaps of the very highest antiquity but richer In associa lions and in the diversity of its relics than any other place of equal size for it is here as their poet Medick wrote that the great Russian eagle raised its aerie and spread its immense protecting wings over an enormous em prreWorks of Sir Edwin Arnold Why lie Wan Kiubnrrniiipcl An attractive and altogether bonny young business woman canto to Phil adelphia with a large stock of proprie ty and a small amount of practical knowledge of the world to carve out her fortune after passing her girlhood days in Edinburgh and London Al though without any undue amount of self consciousness or egotism she Is sometimes annoyed by the very evident admiration she attracts In public places The other day while dining Inn restaurant she fancied that the man bpppsjtc was preparing to speak to her OPEN PlfBLeiTY THE BEST 0 GU71R71NTY OF MERIT When the maker of a medicine sold through druggists for 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eminent medical wrltors and teachers endorsing the several IngredIents and telling just what Dr Pierces medicines aroma do of Its free for the asking as ne giaucea ner way ana seemea robe making up his mind to open u con versation The young woman assumed a most frigid air and looked us unap proachable as the arctic pole The man as lie left the table made one more halfhearted attempt to speak blushed red to his ears then hurried away When the young woman nulshed her luncheon and called for her check time waitress amazed her by exclaiming Why I thought you were with that gentle man I put your check and his togeth er Time bill had manfully been set tied Philadelphia Record The Art of CroM Examination A Devonshire architect was a witness in a county court dispute us to ancient lights The gentleman In question de posed that the light alleged to have been diminished was really as good as ever and In proof of his assertion be said he went to the locus In quo with a- very small print book and could read It easilyUp rose counsel lu cross examination and time following dialogue ensued Have you In Witness Yes What Is It7 The New testament What part of It till you ready Wit nessWoe unto you also ye lawyer Sfc Luke xl 40 Amid laughter the cross examination came to a speedy close Sheffield Undo pendent LaGrippc and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows LaUiippe but never follows tho use of Foleys Honey and Tar It cares lagrippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr G Vacljor of 167 Os good St Chicago writes liMy wits had a severe case of lagrippo three years ago and it left ht r with a ter rible cough She tried a bottle of Fol leys Honey and Tar and it gave im mediate relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Retuse anbsfitut esSold by A R Fisher The Pull of the Ileiiiilnii The bennlns or headdresses worn by ladles of the fifteenth century were In shape of horns and so long that a wo mans face appeared to be In the center of her figure The clergy condemn ed them and threatened the wearers with perdition but for all that they were worn higher than ever At last n strolling evangelist at Paris promised absolution to all who would destroy tho hennlns and the mob went to work and wrecked the headdresses when ever they appeared lu public The hen fins were trampled under foot anti their wearers insulted all over Paris Scores of lives were lost In the efforts of the cavaliers to defend the hennlns from the rabble but In vain nnd the enormous headdresses disappeared some other feminine absurdity taking their place A IrecUi Aimwer Lawyers are supposed to be the most literal minded men said an emi nent member of the bar but every now and then counsel in course of prac tice will encounter witnesses who cah give them points in the matter of literal answers An Irishman was called to testify lu a damage suit arising out of the death of a man at the mauls of a bull so to speak Are we to understand 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cannot be car ried through the winter but must bo started afresh each season either by the purchase of plants or the sowing of seed the latter being of course much more economical as seeds may be pur chased for n few nickels apiece the plants costing as many dollarsAmer ican Homes and Gardens Uee For Old Shoe Janitors collect tho shoes cast away by tenants and send them to auction rooms where they are sorted into piles marked Men Women Children Several poor people mado fair bids but the auctioneer did dot seem anxious to sell Finally a man pushed his way through tho crowd and offered 10 cents apiece for the whole lot His bid was successful I was killing time with talk waiting for that fellow said the auctioneer afterward He always pays high for these shoes and he does not want them for wearing either Ho wants to beat them out for the leather In them Ho gets what material there Is puts it through a process and makes stamped imitation leather novelties such as picture frames bags pocketbooks pen knife holders and even chair backs and seats He finds a ready sale for these novelties and gets a good price for themShoo Retailer Breaking the Trail Winter in tbomonntalns is severe in Its restrictions Sledging and travel over the snow banked trails are limit ed to bans necessity In the colder sea sons the trails are kept open by shovel Ing anti packing them down When the runners sing Intermittently In high thin voices time teamster with a belt tight around his overcoat nnd flopping his arms to keep warm faces his greatest hardships but when the heavy snow and rapid thaws of spring come teaming means a battle and a venture with a sudden termination hanging Just above Thousands of tons of snow up the mountain sides hang on a trigger that can be sprung by the sigh of a breeze or the rolling of a pine cone ant In summer nanny a barren slope and pile of rock and limber at thobottom tells n skeleton tale of the winters night Floundering swearing and persevering open the traila little rutTed thread of white from up above but n hard days work for a man Outing Magazine ChllillcNN Men and Women There are parts of the world where girl babies are drowned like superflu ous kittens and others In which It Is not uncommon for the daughters in the large families of the poor to be sold by their parents Into lives of prostitution 011 the other hand the pages of history are tilled with examples of the devoted lives of childless men and women wllo have worked unselfishly for the good of their 1 kind Bachelors and virgins have been the saints of the world and the childless are the philanthropists the founders of colleges hospitals art collections find libraries the philoso phers the great writers leaders and thinkers of the race Plato Joan of Arc Savonarola George Washington David Hume Locke Spinoza Thomas Carlyle Flociice Nightingale Ruskiii and Herbert Spencer are only a few of the great names in this class An In teresting volume could be written on the Indebtedness of the world to child less men and women New York Medical Journal Failed All efforts have failed tc find a better remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than Foeys Honey and Tar It stops tno cough heals the longs and prevents serious results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I bad a bad cold in my longs and tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physiniane without getting any benefit A friend recommended Folevs Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consider it tho greatest cough and lung medicine in the world Hold by A R Fisher Ronii nnil Evil Accustom yourself to submit on ev ery occasion to a small present evil to obtain a greater distant good Tills will give decision tone and energy to the mind which thus disciplined will often reap victory from defeat nUll honor fronntepulscColtonGallant That pea will never come to perfection remarked a young woman walk ing through a garden with Sydney SmithThen let me load perfection to the pea said he gallantly offering her his arm A Difficult Labor Labor to keep alive lu your breast that little spark of celestialI fire called conscience George Washington If ut first you dont succeed do It over but dont overdo It Philadelphia Record Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist ot Fords City Pa had his hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arnica Salve with the usual resnlt 118 quick and pefect cure Greatest healeJ oc earth for Burns Wounds Sores Ezema and Piles 25o at Short K Haynes Druggists A ilunKler Very few persons acquit themselves nobly In their maiden speech At a wedding feast recently the bridegroom was called upon as usual to respond to the given toast In spite of the fact that he had previously pleaded to be excused Blushing to time roots of his hair be rose to his feet Ho Intended to imply that he was unprepared for speech making but unfortunately placed his hand upon the brides shoul der and looked down at her as ho stammered out his opening and con cluding words Thiserthing has been thrust up on meLondon TitBits The Best Physic When you want n physic that is mild and gentle easy to taKe and certian in act aways use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Havnes Cloverport A lad venture JackEngagement is off eh Has she sent him back the ring Torn No thats whats bothering him He owes money on that ring New York Press Wouldnt Mian It MaidAre you at home to Mrs Ton ey mum Shes at the door Mistress I am if she has a now hat onnot otherwlseExchange A man who covers himself with cost ly apparel and neglects his mind is like one who Illuminates the outside of his house and sits within in tho dark PAINFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take 1YineofrdUi Womans Relief- It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confi dence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn SUFFERED better health IzrrvrIrerrrrrdirttrlrrtrr serr drrrrrrrrrvrrrrrrtrrrrrrvmR E THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis t and Southwest VIA s- i Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway i HENDERSON ROUTE i t rrSpecial houndtrip Homeseekers Rates Southwest and West first and J third Tuesdays February and March 1906 Special Tourist Rates Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico sale daily until April 30th Limit return 31 1906 t Secondclass Colonist Rates Southwest Tickets sale and third r- ft Tuesdays of February and March 1906 Secondclass Colonist Rates California and Northwest Tickets salesdaily February 15 April 1906 J ASK US FOR RATES GALLAGHER IRWIN J Traveling Passenger General Passenger Agent r WAAAVAWRrtrtitillAil Rilit dAitilStilithitR1it RRilili111Rit ititAil7tt SAMPLE Mrs IolD Dowell is on the sick list E L Dowcll was pleasant guest relatives at Beach Mill Wednesday ght James Dowell New Bethel visited his parents Mr anti tits F It Dowell Sunday Sallie Basham WItS at Stephen sport to day on business- A Bennett is thought to be betterSeveral from here willattend court Monday Dlrulsh Louisville is expected to hold two weeks meet ing here in this month Napolin and Tester Brumfield were at Stephensport Monday F R Dowell and E Cooper purchased fine lot of hogs from Logan Hickorson lust week Bargains at Miller Beauchamp Callundsec The little ten months old son Gordon Mr and Mrs J II Dowell died this morning at 5o clockD C Walls was here Sunday afternoonThere was quite merry little house party formed at L flicker sons Sunday afternoon Those present wore Miss Ilcllcn Robbins Andrew Basham E Land Grace DowellCarl Armstrong was tho guest of Miss Rosie Wheeler Sunday eveClarence Basham and Blaine Roberts will leave Wednesday for IllinoisMr and Mrs Clovis Walls visitedrelatives at Hardinsburg Saturday and Sunday Scott Pcckenpaugh sold his to bacco for handsome price to Charlie Springer Dew Drop Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for tho Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for ohidren and delicate per sonsSold by Fisher ClI GREATLY writes Mrs Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In than I have been for a long time e Q 1 f t IS s 0 t to r t to on S1 to May I r to on first r t to on to 7 s S H L Agent o71 O n of tl1 J a a of a a genuine as is A R L E J J a About New Road The building of the Madison ville Hartford and Eastern rail road is assured Practically all of the right of way has been secured and the remainder will he by condemnation proceedings This road will be finished within one year It will be GO stiles in lengthund will extend from Madisonvillc to Hartford and connect at Irvington with the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad Mitchel will be one point of the line Mitchell Is two miles front Fordsville The bridge necessary on this road willcross Green river at Small house Ohio county Stone for this bridge will come from Carrol ton Hartford is without railroad connection being live miles from Beaver Dam which is on the Ill nois Central railroad Louis ville Times A Habit to Be Encouraged The mother who has acquired the habit of keeping H bottle of Chamber lains Cough Remedy saves herself a great amount of uneasiness aud anxi ety Coughs colds and croup to which children fire susceptible are quickly cured by its use It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia and it given as soon as the first symptoms of croup appear it will pievent the attack Tnis remedy contains nothing injurious and mothers give It to little onus with a feeling of perfect security Sold by Short Haynes low Some Mitten Slurry Statistics compiled by authorities on the condition of the deaf and dumb In this country present one significant fact In regard to the matrimonial af fairs of thnt body of citizens It is revealed therein that while many women deprived of the power of speech have been sought in marriage by men whose five senses were unimpaired only a few women whose tongues were In good working order have consented to tie themselves to men who could not hear what was being said Cynics find In these revelations mutter for many caustic diatribes pertaining to the conver satlonal and listening powers of the sexes Whether or not these sarcastic observations contain an explanation of the comparative willingness and un willingness of men and women to mar ry mutes Is a question but the fact remains PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suit and trousers in high fabrics Clothes madegrade methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Expert tnilois employed J II HUNSCIIE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience m set thing estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- NARDINSBURO KY theCourtsties Special attention Riven to collecting road cases and criminal priutlce License to practice In United States District Courts Officer vet Bank of Uardlasburg LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO1I- NCattrmtATEDI Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincmnnti Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville X175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Spleudid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Snot THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Cures all Coughs andTne R 1 1 assists in expelling Ja omiaalt Colds from thelloaey BM System byMoturrtnr gently moving i the bowels A certain cure for croup sad whoopingcough Trd Ituk agtltr- LKENNEDYS LAXA- TIVEHONEYlHiTAR UEURKD AT THC LABORATORY or- B O DWITT 00 CHICAGO x Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets at half fare plus 2 Round trip tickets at less than oue way fare Prom Memphis Cairo or St Louis via Cotton Belt Route 4 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 Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at i Hardinsburg i Ky I J I f II f S 1 Tr Ii t t J f I t I I 1 l- f JI C BIG PROFITS IN CHICKENS GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL VI We nil know that there Is big money In poultry how much there Is in It for us depends entirely upon ourselves and whether or not we are keeping up with the procession In raisins the kind of chickens which bring the most cash and In getting them Into the market at u time when the demand Is greatest The value of poultry production for the United States this season was but u shade under that of wheat or cotton nmountlng to over half u billion dol mars Since the perfection of the In cubator the Importance of the industry bas been greatly augmented By the use of this splendid device It is now comparatively e sy to bring in large I quantities of chickens for the winter and early spring market when p ces are very attractive lIens can be urged but they can not be made to set if they do not wa to the incubator can be set at any time All that Is p FLOCK OF WHITE LEGHORN I necessary Is a proper regard to the temperature and to the brooding of the young chicks during the tender period of their existence The incubator has interested thousands of women and children in the work of chicken raising and it Is not to be said that the returns are less profitable than plowing or other heavy manual labor Cheap Machines the Most Expensive There are many excellent Incubators upon thp market but there are also many cheap imperfect machines the purchasers of which falling to secure good results become disgusted and In form their neighbors that artificial in cubatlon Is a failure and a fake On the other hand the purchaser of a good A PLYMOUTH ROCK PRIZEWINNER machine one which vrill do its work weUis usually so that others In the neighborhood quickly follow his example Nevertheless there is no danger of the poultry business being overdone It Is one of the most staple and profitable lines of business in the world today for its products are always in increasing demand in every town and city in the world and throughout the entlr year But before going into the Incubator business It is necessary to have some good egg producing machinery that Is good laying hens and comfortable undi cheerful quarters along with a go i system of feeding to Induce them to lay The fertility of eggs Is also af fected by the conditions of the liens The agricultural papers and poultry Journals are replete with Information upon the management of incubators and many books have been publishedI va tho subject but a great ninny far mers and farmers wives do not see these Journals or xrcks However let it be known that the operation of an Incubator Is easy and simple and once that almost superstitious dread that porno people hato of taking up some thIng new and apparently Intricate la overcome and there will be little trouble In teaching the uses and management of the ordinary hatching ma chine Not Difficult to Manage While there Is nothing complex or difficult about the successful operation of nn Incubator close attention and exactness are necessary yet the results are more than worth the effort The woman who fills her lamps regularly every morning and the man who winds his watch or clock at the same hour every evening need not fear the task of running an Incubator but unless one is willing to attend to the few wants of his machine at the right time it will be unreasonable to look for a good hatching of chickens from the best incubator upon the marketThe has used incubators and has found great delight in hatching COCKERELS successful large flocks of fine chickens from them but It was necessary to do nI waichinethe lamp trimmed so that it burned a clear white flame and to do a dozen other little things which In a very short time made the owner as familiar with the Incubator as with any other simple piece of farm machinery The period of Incubation is always one of expectancy and when the chicks begin to come forth from the shell there Is either keen joy or a decided dampening of ardor according as to the results of the hatch But dont be come discouraged If the first hatch brings you only 50 per cent of chick ens Go right ahead determined to omit the mistakes of the first trial and aim for 85 or 00 per cent of the next hatching which you should get if you have a good Incubator and handle it properly After a little practice you cone to know your machine how It is acting and what it will do as well as you know your driving horse in fact you can gauge it even more closely for It Is a machine and you can control It to a nicety There are hot air machines and hot water machines there are small machines and big machinesmachines requirementthe An Attractive Side Lirc The poultry business on the farm has always been considered largely within rue province of the women folks and the enlargement of the industry by changedthethan farmers wives are now raising chickens from Incubators Modern chicken raising as it has been adopted by thousands of people owning small rural homes said an Incubator agent to me recently ac counts for the sale of an enormous number of our Incubators and brooders largelythatmaking the money out of it A vast field Is still open among the more con Mjrva vo residents of the Interior farm sections who still stick to old methods unaware of the comparative simplicity greatprofitBreeding Up the Flock Even through tho medium of the barnyard flock regarded by ny farmers as a very insignificant part Or AN OUTSIDE BCOODER IN WINTER a I theIr llvpwtnck n very great addition to the yenrly Income Is realized The flock supplies eggs and meat for the home throughout the year and even If no additional Income results the barn yard flock has served a great purpose However It IB such nn easy matter to breed up a nondescript lot of chicken Into a big laying heavy weighted am highly profitable flock that It seems strange that there should be n single flock of dung hills throughout the couB try It crests no more to feed and care for a broad breasted Plymouth Hock or a Wyandotte or a huge Ight Brahma or any of a dozen other standard varieties than It doessplcndldI common scrub and with the at which good eggs or practically purebred cockerels can be had It is the easiest thing imaginable to have after two or three years of systematic breed ing a dock of chickens producing three times the profit of the original flockStandard Kinds of Chickens A fascinating little bulletin has been Issued by the Department of Agricul ture farmers bulletin No 51 which Is replete with Illustrations of the prin cipal standard varieties of chickens the reading of which by any chicken grower however small should certain ly stimulate a New Year resolution to make the flock a real money earner TMs bulletin while It will prove prob ably a mere stimulant for mo e extensive literature on the subject can be obtained without cost from Senators and Members of Congress or the Secretary of Agriculture and the proof of Its popularity is apparent in the seven or eight editions which it has been neessary to publish to supply the demand throughout the country Caponizing rowls One of the most attractive features of poultry raising is the production of capons This is a story all by Itself It is an experiment which one can en ter into and with a very slight expend iture for a set of Instruments can fol low it to any degree desired It requires some judgment and a little at tentlon but caponizing Is not difficult It Is one of those things which while It looks In the beginning to be a hard proposition gradually comes to you all of itself so that the first thing you know you become almost an expert and the reward is very considerable Capons always sell readily and at a good advance in price The birds become very docile and easily handled and are always money makers The readiness wit which the new capon recovers from the wound Is a rcvela Lion as to the splendid physical makeup of a chicken Any boy or girl who teas ever succeeded in skinning and stuffing a bird will take bold of the caponizing idea with avidity in fact caponizing is by far the easier job it is as easy as the sklnnng operation for in bird mounting the stuffing is tho really difficult part ORIENTAL INCUBATORS ccullar Facility of Chinese for Arti ficial latching If we are to look the beginnIng- of any particular Industry we are usually told that we might find that this particular work was first carried- on in China This applies as well to eggsThroughout ImportuntIndushyvery ancient times The who desires to hatch eggs by artificial heat first constructs a building of sun dried brick plastered on the outside with mud Completely fill one side and the other also except for door space and sufficient room for a man to test the eggs are round bar ellike mud brick walls with earthen jars set Into them This Jr Is very eightInchestom Is filled with ashes to the depth of eight or nine Inches to keep the I temperature more uniform and to avoid sudden changes of temperature when doors are opened and there Is n strong wind On thin top of tho ashes Is thrown a bit of old mat orfj similar material to keep the baskets of egos clean nnd to prevent raisins a dust when they are taken out For molding the eggs a basket Is used that leaves a space of about an Inch between It and nit Inner wall of the jar Round and full these baskets each hold from 1200 to 1350 eirirs After the eggs are put Into the bas ket a slow Bmolde ntr fire made with very fine chnrcoal Is started After n day the eggs are taken out a handful l at a time and put Into a similar bosket This is done from two to Your times each day according to the temperature The Chinese use no thermometer to test the decree of bent attained In the Incubator the egos being simply touched to the eye hall After being In the Incubator for Ifour Jays the egos are tested to see it they contain a living germ by hold tag them up to the light and looking Ithroufik Egga containing no living germs are sold on the street for food at about oucBlxth of a cent e After being teatcd they are kept into Jars for seven days being changed as before This makes a totnl of eleven days In the Jars Then they are taken In a bamboo basket and rolled out on a mat on the platform above the Jars Here they remain until hatched The only heat they receive Is from the room except during cold weather they are covered with a heavy quilt After they are hatched the chicks are put in shallow baskets for a short time to gain strength and then they are ready for sale The hatch by th remarka ble method Is from GO to 70 per cent r THE AMERICAN INCUBATOR IN TURKEY After testing It Is stated that 00 percent of those remaining will hatch This style of Incubator probably would not suit American requirements nit the idea of utilizing tho heat of the nom during the later stages of Incuba tion Is very valuable as it economizes both heat and space- POULTRI FEEDING An Important Phase of the Chicken Growing Industry Poultry feeding Is sometimes n most serious problem to those who desire to mimes this line a specialty Experi ence has shown that there are certain special lines of agricultural operations with which poultry raising may ad vantageously be connected In dairying there Is usually a large quantity of skim milk or buttermilk which may be utilized to furnish a consider able part of the poultry ration Upon VV fruit farm fowls are also of advantage They keep down Insect pests and they may have a free range a greater part of the season without the possibility of doing any damage Plum growers have found poultry especially useful In obliterating the curcullo and even the apple crop has been consid erably benefited If it Is found that FAMILIAR POULTRY SCENES Oriental them tl a fowls Injure small fruits It Is best that they be confined during the him Iteil season when the fruit Is ripen lug Waste fruits either In winter or summer are n welcome and valuable addition to the poultry ration The market garden also furnishes a large amount of waste products which may be utilized for poultry feed There Is the waste lettuce the small heads of cabbage the unsold beets carrots and potatoes the green corn which cannot be marketed or any DROOD OF INCUBATOR OSTRICHES purpose the waste of the mall fruits etc If properly cared for the hens will bring a stely and reliable In come during the winter months Dried clover roots tubers etc should bo saved for them during the winter These should be steamed and fed with the mash or cabbar s and beets maybe fed raw A Batch crop of buckwheat or oafs and peas will furnish much food at little expense swan meat meal wheat screenings nnd oats pur chased for poultry will bring good returns In eggs and will also dd ma terially to the fertilizer supply Und Learned the Business Art honest and singular as it may seem a stupid Irishman who hadwork cd for a coal dealer half a year anni shown no capacity to learn his duties was finally discharged Go to the office and get your money Ive been patten with you hilt you are too thickheaded to learn anything said the proprietor All might sIr answered Barney mehbe Oim tickheaded as yez say but Oive learned wan tinp Inn 1way If you have and learned it well Ill not dis charge you said the proprietor banteringly now what have you learned r Oive learned sor that siventren nun dred makes a ton in this place replied Barney and he went back to work Hours For Sleep Nstnro requires lIT Creston gives seven Lftilnens takes nine And wtckedneM e1enaI I Let Me Tell You 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MASS our SMALL EASY MONTHLY Payments I Plannahavemended by seven governors of States by musical colleges and schools by prominent orchestra leaders music teachers and musicians Thousands of these planosare In yeur own State some of them undoubt edly In containsiZitherKanJpil thopIanoAttachmenthidaro with the same are and sold InJho same WIly aaWlag Pianos Separate organ catalogue SOot onrequeat YOU NEED THIS BOOK UYOD Intend to Buys PlanoNo Matterwhat Make J informationmat 4 0 enthused lu dlQerent parts ot aphnoicha way the dlf o ferent 111 ant pus togetheri what cauaeo to 4 out of orderand to set h a complete Jlanos n po makes the elecuon of a piano Tl o tullytt will make you a judge ot toile actlouJ 0- Workmmnshipand IInW Ittelal you how to teIIplDoud boW to teU good from ad Itlaabeolutellytbe oneybookI or Its amd nerpubUshe wlWI1 It contains 1M largeend 1ulldnda of e SONIiI5anyonewlrhingto 13dMw tlaJtblnJceln11OOD+ tntormatlon arwulI artncutandot LOLAIIfderWINO rUllo pianorlocs7 rlU mtJt be MIU to 1gPlOIIIPU7 p9aLw rtcet and teams of gy 9matt on Wing piano 80S80 W 13tk8ttKiw York 4 I 0Sa8thYearlfJOG Ct j tir P I 1- r J f + 1t N rr1 i I t 1 x 1 A f The Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1900 MORE POULTRYLESS Says C L Polk of Skillman Fine Points In Favor of Chicks LESS WORK MORE PROFIT Skillman Ky Feb la Mr Editor I see in the 1 last issue of the Nmv that Mrs Fred May has a fine brood ot young chicks and you ask that if an one can heat it to let you know So here wo come The poultry dame ot this section Mrs Polk has at this time 175 young chicks ranging iiu size from a quail down to ten days old and the wooden hen is setting again with 100 oggs which will come out shortly While Mrs May is commend able for bar nice start possibly murt so than Mrs Polk yet the latter has the advantage by not having to wait for old biddy to become broody She has hatched all hers by incnbatiot and has found that the riisiug ol winter chickens for earlv market iis not a matter of impossibility as some may think These chicks are health and growing nicely not withstanding the recent cold spell we have just gone througn Ana right here I would like to make a suggestion to every reader ot your paper and espec ially those that grow tobacco to raise more poultry and Iless or no tobacco What man is there with the help of the wife and children who cunno with the same amount of labor and expense raise more dollars worth of poultry than he can tobacco Lets figure a little There acres iis counted one mans crop On an aver age we raise about 700 lbs of tObaCCO to the acre 000 leaf at C 2100 2 CO lugs at 5c 1250 100 trash at 2c 200 Total 35t0 multiplied bj 8 gives 10550 for one years work Now hew many hens will yon have to raise to bring you tnat amount Two bundled an + thirteen hens weighing only olbs each at present prices will bring you that amount after ship ping expenses arA paid Now who would not rather raise IS doz hens than three acres tobaccos Figure on it you men who live in the rural dis tricts and have boon a slave to trusts and see if you cant get the consent of your wind to try it just for once as an experiment any way Buy yon an incubator if you can if you cant let every old hen on the farm that will setgivo tne little chicks your atItention and my word for it you will be well pleased with the results Then you will always know what tc do with your poultry when sometimes it puzzles you to know what is best to do with your tobacco But you SHY if eveiv body raised chickriis the wars et would be overstocked Not a bit of it Poultry commands higher nriuus every year Hurt is my plan for you Save every pullet you raise rnuHe that the point Sell everythingi else lor broil er before they have oonhiimud too much fnol Dont Keep them too lung Your pullets will begin laying by early winter and with good warm quarters and the right kind ot feed will lay about all winter when eggbII command the highest possible pi When the price of eggs drop to tun or twelve cent+ terns will be at their highest price then Mill your hens Thus you have all the eg pioduct at highest prices And your hens will go on the market nt a time when they will bring more than at any ohor time of thu year So take my advice for ones and try it C P PolK Rev B If Currie and Jim D UabhnguJr wore iu Hardinsburg last Wednesday t Is It Your OwnHair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an intro duction May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff- The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years had tiff O Ayer Co Lowell Ma n Also nuuiuCtotureri orS- ARSAPARILLAJL I sPILLSkCW PECTORAL SKIN ECZEMA IN WORST FORM Black Splotches All Over Face Produced Severe Itching Years Treatment by Physicians Did No Good and Became Despondent Affected Parts Now Clear as Ever Alabama Ladys CURE BY THE- CUTICURA REMEDIES About four years ago I was afflicted with black splotches all over my faco and a few covering my body which produced a severe itching irritation and which caused me a great deal of annoy ance and suffering tosuch an extent that I was forced to call in two of the leading physicians of my town After a thorough examination of the dreaded com plaint they announced it to be skin eczema in its worst form They treated me for the same for the length of ono year but the treatment did mo no good Finally I became despondent and decided to discontinue their services Shortly afterwards my husband in read ing a copy of a weekly New York paper saw an advertisement of the Cuti cura Remedies He purchased the en tire outfit and after using the contents of the first bottle of Cuticura Resolvent in connection with the Cuticura Soap and Ointment the breaking out entirely stopped I continued the use of tho Cuticura Remedies for six months and after that every splotch was entirely gono and the affected parts were left as clear as ever I have not felt a symp tom ofthe eczema since which was threo agoThe Cut icura Remedies not only cured me of that dreadful disease eczema but other complicated troubles as well and I have been the means of othersfixing euFedof the same disease by the Cuticura Remedies and I dont hesitate in saying that the Resolvent is the best blood medicine that the world has ever known Lizzie E Sledge 540 Jones Ave Oct 28 1905 Selma Ala bed throughout the world Cutlcurt Roip SSc Olnt mnt Olteroleent uM In form of Choeoiete Coated druggistiotteroDJisUed hH The 101Booton and our la lure DUfljuilng num- oraCHENAULT Jno B Frymire is convalescent Will Elder and Jno Stout went to Jannelton Saturday Joe P and Herman OBryan were rnests of friends Friday Bolt OBrjan stems to be trying tc Qxterminate the wild ducks Burton Cunningham one of our real Republicans WH in town Saturday- J W French purchased nine had ol attl fiotn L H Boslej last wees W H Cox and Dudley Ford left ast Tuesday to locate in Ft Smith Ark Miss Margaret Stallman and Jessie Warren were in town Saturday shop ling Forrest Frymire Walter L ONeil Louisville ors visiting parents tad friends- Mr and Mrs Chris lurch and MrsI Hill lit avin were guests of Mrs Fladge Jarboe Monda- MeEsrArIDgtonSlJott ana Edmunds nights of the grip were at the Ben left Rouse Tuesday eve Miss hell lGilliland spent several lights last week with her cousin Mrs Burton Cunningham Joe C Brodie entertained Dr iphire U A Gilliland and James Irodie at cards at bis hospitable home Tuesday evening The Cumberland Telephone Stock holders held a meeticc Tuesday result ng in an extension of a line toMooley ills wnich will enable them to obtain everal subscriptions Skating was all the rage last week and many delightful evenings were pent beneath the silvery moonbeam Among the youthful skaters was little Hiss Laura Boaley whose graceful movements were center of admiration The fallowing young people enjoyed the hosDilalitr ot Miss Violet Bosley Sunday Musses Nellie Uilliland Margaret Stallman and Annie Manning and Messrs Edward Stallinau Good son Frymire Lucien Manning Ben 7rymir Paul Gilliland and Forrest rymire of Louisville Accepts Position In Louisville Miss Grace Ferry went to Louisville Monday to act as secretary to Chief Engineer Cox of tne Henderson Route Miss Ferry was secretary tot N Hudson formerly Chief Engineer Previous to this she vas secretary to the editor of the Jews Miss Ferry is a young lady ceasing rare ability in her chosen line and is one of the most popular rung ladies ot Cloverport The position at Louisville she has just accepted serves to demsustrate that Mist Ferry has made good all along the line A large increase in salary ac compsnys her new position To Crop With fir Hardin Frank Stnrgon and family roved Tom a farm below Rome Ind re ently to Orin Hurdins farm near own where Mr Stnrgon will crop with Mr Hardin JOHNSON GOES TO OHIO COUNTY Senator Ben Johnson whose announcement for Congress in the Fourth district has taken considerable ot the wind out of Dave Smiths sails is visiting in Ohio county today in the interest of his candidacy It 11 is claimed by those in a position 1to snow that Senator Johnson will casi ly beat out Conrgessman Smith in tno race tor the nomination as he will have the administration support iin spite of his advocacy of UlacKburn candidacy in the recent contest The administration forces realiz that Senator Johnson is one of the strongest men in the Fourth district and in addition to this fact the election of Mr Johnson to Congress wool leave a vacancy in the state Senat from the Nelson Shelby and Spence district which will also be filled ban administration ma- nNATIONS BRIDE IS MARRIED Continured from page S Beautiful Wedding Oown Her wedding gown was an ezquisiti creation It was ot heavy white brocac ud satin point lace chiffon filmy tulle and silver brocade The materia from which the gown was created was manufactured expressly for MIss Roosevelt The design intricate am delicate in its details was destroyed al soon as the necessary amount of the material tor the dress was completed The gown bad a very long court train of elegant siver brocade Thi bodice was made high without a callor was trimmed with beautiful and ok point lace the sleeves being finished at the elbow with the same filmy ma tonal Long white golves barely met the sleeves A voluminous tulle vol practically completely enveloped the graceful figure of the charming bride In bet hair it was caught and held in place by clusters of orange blossoms Her dainty slippers in perfect harmony with her gown were fastened with silver brocade and tulle bows aught with orange flowers instead of buckles The bride wore no jewels except the magnificient diamond neck lace which was the gift of the groom The carried a lovely shower bouquet of the rarest and dainties white orchids which the groom was able to procure The fargile Dossorns were arranged in cascade effect tailing over her right arm nearly to the loot ot her own The bouquet was tied with coitIon satin ribbon in long bows Claims His Bride As the ushers reached the platform hey separated and the President and the bride passed through the two lines Mr Long worth stepped for ward and received Miss Roosevelt from the arm of the President and together the bride ana bridegroom ascended tl1l two steps of the platform Miss Ethel Roosevet relieved the bride of ler bouquet unit held it through the ceremony As Mies Roosevelt and Mr Long worth laced Bishop Satterlee a hush fell over the assemblage Every our of the thousand present wished to atch ever syllable of the ceremony whIch was to follow In distinct resonant voice the Bishop began the leautilnl marriage service of the Epis opall church The responses of both the bride and the bridegroom wre audIble distinctly throughout the great apartment Particularly clear were those of the hide whose voice was as natural and distinct as in ordinary conversation While her face was a shade paler ban usual her self possession was per ect and she went through the ceremony without a symptom of nervous less Surrenders Ills Daughter When the venerable Bishop Satter lee asked the question prescribed in the ritual Who giveth this woman to be married to this man President Rcosevelt ascended the platform and bowed to the distinguished pre late Taking then his daughters hand be placed it in that of the bridegroom Having preformed this function the President resumed his place at the right ot Mrs Roosevelt The best man Mr Perkins then produced from a pocket of his waist coat the gold circlet with which the ouple was wedded and handed it to Mr Longworth When be had placed II ton the fourth finger of his brides left hand the Bishop pronounced that they were man and wife At the conclusion cf the service which occupied less than ten minutes Mr and Mrs Longworth held an informal reception of the guests attendent upon the ceremony President Rooso vlt was the first to greet and to offer ifs best wishes to the bride and groom He was followed by Mrs Roosevelt and then by the brides brothers and sisters in the order of their ages Mrs Longworth and the sisters of the bridegroom then extended their con p CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PERUNA r A Southern Judge Cured Judge Horatio J Goss Hartwoll Ga writesSome five or six years ago I had a very severe spoIl of grip which left me with systemic catarrh- A friend advised mo to try your Pe runa which I did and was immediately benefited and cured The third bottle completed tho cureH J Goss Cured In a Few Weeks Miss Jean Cowglll Grlswold Opera House Troy N Y is the leading lady with the Aubrey Stock Co She writes the following During the past winter of 1901 I suffered for several weeks from a severe attack of grip which left a serious catarrhal condition of the throat and headSome one suggested Poruna As a last resort after wasting much time and money on physicians I tried the remedy faithfully and in a few weeks was as well as overJean Cow l1l gratnlations They were followed by the distinguished personages present the Austrian Ambassador and Madame Hengeljmller leading the diplomatic contingent as the acting dean of the corps Reception in Blue Room Immediately after extending their greetings to the bride aud bride groom the resident and Mrs Rouse velt passed through tne main corridor into the Blue room There they receiv ed the guests at the wedding utter they bad offered their congratulations to Mr and Mrs Longworth Passing from the Blue room the gnestH entered through the Red room and main corridor into the State dining room where an elaborate buffet wedd ing breakfast was served No attempt was made to seat any of the guests out attentive waiters saw that no guests were left unattended Tne reception and the serving of the breakfast continued until shortly after 2 oclocK By that time the greater number of the guests had left the White House and the bride had retired to the upper apartment to pre pare for her going away A photograph of the bude in her wedding gown was taken before her departure from the White House Shortly atfer 4 oclock Mr and Mrs Longworth left the White House by tho South entrance thereby avoiding a large and curious throng which had assembled in front ol the mansion Alone they entered a large automobile and were driven rapidly away They wpnt it ia understood but no disclosed authoritatively to the country home of John R McLean Friendship a few miles from the heart of Washington on the Tenally town road As the bridal couple en tered the automobile they were shower ed with dainty slippers uf rice thrown by the brothers and sister of the bride and by the younger members of the Roosevelt family connections who were present Mrs Longworth was attended to tne big touring car by Major Charles Mo Cawley a longtime friend and one of the social aides of PresidentRooseveit Mr Perkins the Bridegroom best Grip Resulted In Catarrh Miss Allco Blolke Treasurer Young Womens Society of the Lutheran Church Monasha Wls writes III gratefully acknowledge the good that Pcruna did me after I had been sick with la grippe which loft me in a vary weak and emaciated condition with catarrhal troublo of tho head and earsMy mother suggested that I take it to build up my strength and rid myself of the troublesome catarrh and it acted with wonderful speed- I was able to resume my work In sldoof two months and I am in splendid health nowA1lco Blelko One reason why Peruna has found permanent use In so many homes is that It contains no narcotic of any kind Peruna Is perfectly harmless It can bo used any length of time without acquiring a drug habit Peruna does not produce temporary reilu1ts1t cures man accompanied Mr Longworth to the car Standing on the south portico of the White House the President and Mrs Roosevelt Admiral and Mrs Cowies and other members of he family bade the bridal couple godspeed and waived handKerchiefs to them until they were out of sight Just as tbe automobile drew away from the White House an old shoe thrown by one of the ushers at the wedding alighted on the top of the machine and it remained there so long as the cat was in sight It soon became noised about that tne bride and bridegroom had left the Ex ecntive Mansion lint not until that fact become known definitely did the throng about the White Bouse grounds disburse Cd1f1TORI1Bun theTha Always Bought Sptllll of e ird VJsltlng Miss Wine U O Wine traveling agent for a fraternal order was were last week the guest of his daughter Miss Iva L Wine Thomas Wine who has been in the U S army five years is the guest of his slater Miss Iva L Wine Welcome Visitor Air Jas J Dyer is an almost daily welcome visitor to the News office He always bas with him a word of good cheer and a hearty hand snake Both Mr and MrsDyer say that they could not well get along without a weekly visit of this paper Mrs Allen Murphy who has been sick for several weeks is better 6 LaGrippe Is Epidemic Catarrh T spares no class or nationality The fcultured and the Ignorantthd arlsto crat and tho pauper tho masses and the 4 classes are alike subject to la grippe None aro exempt all are Hablo v Grip Is well named The original J French term la grippe has been shortened by the busy American to read gripWithoutinlonding to do BO a now word has beon coined that exactly describes the case As If some hideous giant with awful grip had clutched TU in its fatal clasp Men women children whole towns and cities are caught In the baneful grlp of a terrible monster jHave you the grip Or rather nau JJ the grip got you If so read time fol lowing letters These testimonials speak for thorn solves as to tho efficacy of Poruna In cases of la grIppe or Its aftereffects Saved by Peruna Hon James R Guill is one of the old ost and most esteemed men of Omahvy Nob Ho has done much to make jft what it is serving on public boards a number of times Ho endorses Peruna In the following words- I am 68 years old am halo and hearty and Poruna has helped mo attain itTwo years ago I had la grippo my life was despaired of Poruna saved mo J R Gulll A Relative of Abraham Lincoln Mr Silas S Lincoln who resides j 913 1 street N W Washington D aljl has tho honor of being third cousin Abraham Lincoln Ho writes iI had la grippo fivo times boforo os 1 ing your medicine Four years ago I began the use of Foruna sinco which time I have not been troubled with that diseaseI now do as much work at my desk as I over could In my life I have gained more than ten pounds in- weightS S Lincoln Pcruna Not Only Cured La Grippe but Benefited the Whole System Miss Alice M Dressler 1313 N Bryant Ave Minneapolis Minn writes Last spring I suffered from la grippe and was partially cured but tho bad aftereffects remained through the summer and somehow I did not get strong as I was before Ono of my college friends who was visiting me asked mo try Peruna and I did so and found It all and moro than I had expected It not only cured me of the catarrh but restored me to perfect health and built up the entire systemAlice AC DresslerAddress V Dr S n Hartman Preslde t of he Hartman SanltariumColumboa Ohio Cutter Arrived The automatic cutter to be used at the Miller brick yard in the making of brick has arrived To Attend Mardi Ores Mrs Richard Owen LewisportMisa Nellie Moorman and Miss May Demp ster Glendeane will attend the Mardi Gras in New Orleans the last of this month Sworn In Sheriff Milt Miller and the follow- Ing gentlemen who will sot as his deputies took oath of office at cir cult court last Monday Dickie Miller Jesse H Miller S T Smith D O A Baler and Arthur Beard To Change Boundry Hardinsburg Ky Feb ISTho town authorities took steps at tha last meeting of the Board of Trustees to change the boundary or the town from a circle to a square Walter Wilson of McQnady has been employed to do the necessary surveying Flowers lor Master Eldred Louisville Ky Feb 11 1900 Mr J D BabbageI see my time expired Jan 15 Tell Master Eldred his his tory of dear old Clover is worth the prise of your paper to me and when he comes to Louisville to call and see me as Id like to entertain a boy so bright My sons tease nje and oil the News my bible Enclosed please find PO 1 for same Mary L Gabbefty U T McClanhan was In Hardlna burg last week attending court Fred Fraize was in Louisville last week TELEPHONE GROWTH Tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has issued M thee141266tj Number discontinued 5568 2102rt 7 To Cure a Cold in One Day Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets g 121 LOftevtgS- eve PM roe Loses soW Sa Mti3 tea Ttis signature IQ y ftc r box 25c r ii p i 44e wi I QNz rl 1 r 8 o d g t1tu = 1 L c 1 Cm Ct 11 oftl tlrl isrlp rlpIC rdri I lel J I Ilr l I I t j i iL II I I II I i