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NEWSit ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906 12 Pages NO 33 n CIRCUIT COURT- PROCEEDINGS Wm 0 Butler Adm vn va S F Laalle The defendant tiled answer and on his m tion this cause was trans ferred tho Equity Docket and referr ed to the Master Commissioner for settlement of tha administrators acI countA A Richardson vs Daniel Hook TO On motion of the plaintiff his case was continued and iliac process awarded Pete Sheeran Bro Co vs Wm Downs On motion of plaintiff die missed without prejudice B F Beard Co vs Arthur Good rasa Appeal taken by tbe defendant of the court of Appeals Chas Branford adem vc vs Kate Adams vc The demurrer to tbe peti tion was overruled the defendants Abram and Milton Dowell were given until March 25 to file amended answers and tbe plaintiff has until April 4 to Ba reply to answer as amended Thos Blythe vs Henry M Jolly Tho parties having settled the contro versy herein the same was dismissed Irvington Milling Co vs R S Bandy settled by the parties and dis missedTown of Irvington vs RM Jolly vs On motion of the plaintiff this action was dismissed without prejudice Frank Fraize vs Wm Gilbert vc Submitted for judgement on briefs James R Landreth vs Maggie E Landrath Judgement for divorce Johu C Chaney vs Irvin West vc On motion of plaintiff continued Bank of Hardmsbnrg vs J S De JornetteJndgement for sale of mortgage property H RJones vs Peter Snider Judge ment for tale of mortgaged property vary J Miner vs Breckenridge nkContinued by consent of parties K L Newsom vs Rosa A White house The demurrer to the petition was overruled and the defendant given 30 days witnin which to file ans werH B iuqua vs J L Ball On motion of the plaintiff dismissedwith out prejudice R B Tuttle vs R M Jolly vc On motion of the plaintiff dismissed wi i UUMb prejudice leo Sahli vs John C Mattlngly Con tinned at defendants cost John W Vest vc vs Michael Tienry Continued by consent the pleadings to be completed within 30 days O S Boards Admr vs Albert Bal lock Continued on motion of the plaintiff and at her cost Henry Mattingly vc vs Hilda Henn Inlfvo On motion of plaintiff the re turn on process is squashed and Den pie Sheeran and Leo Jarboe are made parties defendant and continued Wm H Winebnnner Gdn vo vs Jesse L Wlneonaner vc Report of distribution tiled herein confirmed and cause fttiicken off docket Gr W Jarboe vs Dt iB Frvmire Admr vc Judgment against defendant as administrator for 9700 Hilary McQarys heirs vs J Frank Gary On motion of the plaintiff Is action was referred to the Master r Commissioner Lee Walls for the purpose of restoring the last records The Miller cases were submitted on a demurrer to the amended petitions and on tbe demurrers to the amended petitionp IEli H Dean vs Employers Liability Insurance Corporation Ltd Plaintiff filed reply to answer of defendant and jE jEonI motion of defendant this action is I continued at the cost of defendant I I N T Mercer vs Huston Alexander I Judgement tor plaintiff for 448 and the defendant recovers his costs expend I od Dock Norton vs H H Norton vc Agreement of parties to arbitrate filed and continued I I I HarveyIHarris On motion of the plaintiff his action is referred to the Master Commissioner Leo Walls restore the lost records herein i Frank Fraize vs Walter King On t motion ot the plaintiff Frank P Pay ne as appointed a Special Commission AC ot the court rent the land in contro i Jil for the year 1900 Jde L Mattingy va Ken McCelellan The report of sale was confirmed and i the action continued r L INDEFINITELY POSTPONED Fraukfort Ky Fb J1The Beard Bill proposing to create the county of Beckham from parts of the counties of Breckenridge Ohio Butler and Gray son was this morning indefinitely post poned by the Kentucky Statues Committee ot the House ofRepresentatives which action virtually kills the measure as it will not be heard from again during the present session At last nights session of the committee Representatives Claybrooke McKnight Litsey and Morris voted against the bill and Representatives Redwine l cLean Dawson and Rose voted for it Mr Gates the ninth member of the committee was absent At a meeting held this morning Mr MClean and Mr RedwIne voted with the opponents of the bill to postpone its consideration definitely Frank Fraize vs T U Weatherford On motion of the defendant this action was dismissed settled with leave tor plaintiff to with draw notes sued on A B Skillman and W G Smart Ezra crs B T Ratferty vc Judge ment againxt the defendan vs for 1600 subject to several credits- N T Mercer vs T A Probes Chintz Royalty Judgment against T A Probns for 8820 The defen dant Royalty filled answer and this cause was continued as to him E V Thompson vs Jobn N Aneia Judgment for plaintiff for posession of cattle sued for Judgment for defend ant dismissing claim for damages and dismissing counter claim of defend antA LBallman vs Jesse Miller vo Judgment for tne plaintiff H of corn attached The defendant Allen Mill er adjudged to be the owner of the other Ji of tne corn and he recover ed his cost Dr John E Kincheloe vs B F Houchin vc On motion of the plain tiff his action was dismissed settled Foley Co vsCompton Bros Judge ment for the plaintiff for 52 20 A motion for a now trial made by the defen dants was overruled by the court John Verniu Covs Mary Meador On motion of the plaintiff they were given 10 days within which to filaan amended petition- S W Shrewsberry vs J M Bruce Either party was given leave to retake tho deposition of Arthur Smith and action continued Joseph Fraizer vs John Mattlngly vo On motion of the defendant this cause as submitted for judegment upon briefsAllie Pate Committee vo vs John R Fader On motion of the plaintiff this cause was dismissed settled US School Furniture Co vs James Food On motion ot the plaintiff this action was continued for response to a rule heretofore issued Frank Fraize vs Victor Gilliam Judgement for the plantifl to sell and upon which he has loin and continued The Jury Commissioners for this year wore John Alexander Silas Miller and R D StClair Mrs Sarah J Norton vs Doo Norton vo G W Beard Mathias Miller and county surveyor appointed to allot homestead to Mrs Norton and continu od To Rebuild Lincoln Cabin Now York 23After being stored three years in tho collar of an old mansion in College Point L 1 tho logs that formed tho cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born wore removed yesterday to a storage house in this city Tho cabin was taken apart and sent to Buffalo for exhibition during tho PanAmerican exposition Thorn are over 200 logs and a door andono shutter of tho cabin window besides some pieces of boardsTho logs wore purchased recen tly by tho Lincoln Farm association and will bo stored hero until tho association is ready to rebuild cabin on its original site on tho old farm near Hodsrenville Ky CAsroonIAAlways Bought1 Bomthcel F A tI L NO POSSIBILITYOF L H ST L SHOPS The two letters which follow will tell their own story Cloverport Ky Fob 23 1006 Mi Attilla Cox President L H St L R R Co Louisville Ky Dear SirOn account of the fact that there has been circulated during the last two or three years many rumors to the effect that it is the intention of your railroAd company to discontinue remove entirely your repair shops at this place in a short time and which rumors have been persistently and sometimes malioioubly spread broad cast by pessimistic persons here and by enemies abroad and which have caused and are causing now great depression here in everv line of business so that oven the combined and continual efforts of our enterprising men cannot overcomefor they have no means of disproving them and since this depression must necessalrly affect disastrously the reionu s of your rOM at this point as well as our prosperity and growth we the Commer ciol Club of this ctiy write you if con sistent with your policy to make pub lio through us some favorable and authentic statement which we feel sure will be of benefit to you as well as to us Very Truly Yours A A Simmons Prest Cloverport Commercial Club A A Simons Esq Prest Clover port Commercial Club CloverportKy Dear Sir Responding tc your letter of the U3rd the possibility ot romov ing the shops of tbe Louisville Hen derson St Louis Ry Co from Clo verport has not any time been men tioned or considered and 1 know of no reason why it should be Wishing your club great success I amYour truly Attilla Cox- President SliellmanDut5chkc Frank Shellman and Miss Anna Dutschke were married Feb 2i at tbe residence ot her parents Mr and Mrs Julius Dntscbke Rev Ira U Arga bright performed the ceieinony It was a plain howe wedding A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching mind Bleeding Protruding Plies DrupKlsts are authorized to refund money If PAO OINTMENT falls to cnre In 0 to 14 days SOc Double Wedding here was a double wedding nt St Roses Church this morning at 830 John Walter White was married to Anus Eugenie Oeavin John White was the son of Walker White and Ann Eugenia Beavju is the daughter of John P Beaviu William Austin Pate was married to Elizabeth Mattlngly William Austin Pate is the son of John W Pate and Elizabeth Haltingly is the daughter of Richard Mattingly The two girls live above town and the two boys live out the pike NOTES OF INTEREST A number of small chairs will be provided to accomodato the children at the entertainment Thursday March 1 Come and brina all the family Re served seats 350 general admission 25o children under 13 yrs 15c Owensboro Pooled tobacco brought 113700 More money than same to bacco brought in open market Smooth fencing wire at t375 bale Barbed wire fence 13 00 bale Glassock do Co Glendeane Mrs Elsie Pate and baby who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E L Pate returned home Sat urday The Commercial Club met last Tues day evening New members were tak en in making in all 58 H Stewart Miller is ranking pro partitions to begin tbe construction on an electric light plant in this oity The Local Option election in the three precincts composing the Clover port district except Balltown has been called for Saturday May 5 next The Clover Comedy A Regular Flirt will be given at Oelzes Hall Cloverport Thursday evening March 1 A competent cast has been drilling on this play for six weeks and promise an interesting entertainment Our prices on groceries this week 2 cans PolksTomatoes 17o2 cans Baked beans 17c 1 Gallon Tin bucket Be 2 cans pumpkin 170 Bib Fluke Hom- Iny lOo For spot cash only Bab bilge fe Son 0 200000 FARMERS STRIKE MAR 1 I Indianapolis Ind Feb 23A strike of the 200000 farmers composing the American Society ot Equity an organ ization with headquarters in Indianapolis has been called for March 1 Every one who responds to this call will agree to withhold from market ing any agricultural products except- Ing at price that ire up to the level that has been decreed as equitable by the officials of his organization and residents of the big cities may feel tho effectsThe word is being passed through all the wheat growing States and tbe response that being made is said to be causing considerable concern on t e part nt market men and speculators A representative of a recognized an tnority In the wheat trade was in In dianpolis today trying to ascertain what response the call was receiving This organizations claim that tne producers ought to got at least 2 a bushel tor wheat no matter what may bo the size of their crop It is claimed that the price for any agricultural commodity can bo controlled by con trolling the marketing The call for the strike sets forth a minimum selling price on all farm products prices which the agricultu ral strikers claim they are entitled to and can get if they stand together Kansas and Minnesota are being flooded with copies of this call It is figured that if these States hold out for tne higher price the trick will be turned as Minnesota rises n big per centage ot the spring wheat crop and Kansas produces a controlling percent agu oft he winter wheat crop Shellman as Watchdog The Frankfort correspondent of tbe Evening Post says In connection with the revenue bill Representative Ed Sbellman of Breckenridge county is rapldy gaining the namo as the watchdog of the treas ury As the head of the Appropria tions Committee be haR In his keep ing all of the bills carrying appropria tions with the exception of the new Capitol bill and he is holding onto them like grim death waiting for the result of the vote on the bii bill of the session He absolutely refuses to let go of any of the measures until he is convinced that there will be euongu money raised to make them good and neither threats nor pleadings are hay ing any effect on him In fact he is rapidly becoming known ns the man with the mat bio heart As it requires a two thirds vote of the House to call the bills from tbe committee it Is al together likely that he will be allowed to pursue hIs own sweet will in the matter and meanwhile tnose back of the normal school proposition and oth er measures which require an outlay of considerable cash are wondering when their dreums of securing some ot the States cion will come tru- eMILLERMILLER Mystic Ky Fob 27 Quite a home wedding was that ofKnotty Miller of this vicinity and Miss Sallie Millor of Paynesvillc last Tuesday afternoon at 1 P M Tho bride wore a white dress and tho groom was dressed in black Tho brides maid was Miss Nancy Philpot and the best man Willie Brown Immediately after the cer emony the bride and groom Miss Philpot Willie Brown Frank and Odis Miller droyo to Webster where they were given a dainty little supper by Mrs Jonas Basham sister of tho groom After supper Mr and Mrs Miller took the train for Tuscpla 111 where they will make their future homo stay good luck and happi ness attend them are the wishes of their many friends Rev Newsom to be at Hardlnsburg Hardinsburg Ky Feb 27 Tho Rev G P King will com mence a protracted meeting at tho- M E church South Sunday March 18 next Ho will bo assisted by tho Rev Newsom who con ducted a revival at Cloverport a year ago- Henry Duncan wont to West Point Sunday where ho has a po sition on tho Extension r ROYAL Baking Powder Makes Clean Bread With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facilitysweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the f Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to any address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK HARDINSBURG NOTES County Court Monday Circuit Court adjourned Friday after noonJonn D Shaw spent Washingtons birthday in Louisville Cyrus Milller went to Lodibnrg Frl Dr Mathias of West View was In tbe city Saturday day on a business trip Mack Brown has accepted a position as clerk in Walkers bakery Gus Brown went to Louisville Fri day evening on legal business Sam Henniger West View was in town Sunday visiting friends Chas Drury and Dr P W Foote Bewleyville were in town Friday Miss Maudo Smith entertained tne Fireside Club Thursday evening John Hall Hudson of Hudson was in town Saturday on a business trip Dr E F Day spent Sunday at the home of his patents near Falls of HoughArthur Hoard Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs C E Haswell last week The Hey Everett English Stephens port third his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday Miss Katie Stith went to Bowling Green last wok where she will enter tne Sonrthern Normal College Quarterly meeting services were held Ht tae MI E church Saturday and Sunday Dr1 D Walsh the presid ing elder delivered two fine sermons SundayM Fanning a celebrated speaK or from Philadelphia will deliver two addressed on temperance hnre on fhursday March 1st next He should have large audiences BILL MACY KILLED BY U S REVENUE OFFICER Deputy U S Marshall Bennett of Owensboro shot and Killed William Mucy near Rosetta on Sunday after noon while ne was Hoeing to avoid ar rest He lived about five hours It seems that Mr Bennett had a warrant of arrest tor Macy who had broken jail at Owensboro where he was confined for some offense against the revenue laws of the United States When he came up with Macy and attempted to arrest him tho young man ran anu Bennett fired four shots after him for the purpose of scaring him in to surrendering Unfortunately the last shot took effect in his baca inflict ing a fatal wound Coroner Lee Bishop was summoned early Monday morn ing be held an inquest over the remains a verdict was returned in ac cordance with the facts an here in stated B F Avervs double shovel plows best grade 2 single shovels 2 and 250Glnsscoek Co Ulendeane Joe Porter has returned from Louisville Father Nehouse ot St Martin is very low with pneumonia A missionary from Turkey visited the Baptist and Methodist churches SundayHenry Oibbs was in Louisville Sunday To The Public We want to bring you face to face with uSlnd look you square in the eyes und let you have bargains that never were heard of before at Glendeane Wo thank you for your liberal patronage since we Carrie hcrer know your are a good people and desirvo good treatment and if you will come to our store and do your trading tho next 30 days you will be convinced that we are selling goods much lower than any other onceT will on MONDAY FEB 26 start a closing out sale on the following goods Clothing Hats Un dorwaro Porcals and Calicoes of all kinds at 5 cents per yard for tho next 30 days only Mens best grade nicest lino shirts sold for 100 Will sell for 79 cents 50 cents shirts at 42 cents Mens pants that soil every where for 200 Will sell for only 125 Cut prices on Worsted goods Over Shoes Floor Rugs and Robes of all kinds Wo have one bolt of nice jeans sells every where for 25 cents per yard but goes now at 19 cents Remember while wo are closing out we will cut the prices on Groceries such as Granulated Sugar for 5J cents per pound Coffee all the way from 10 to 18 cents per pound Nice white beans 4 cents per pound Bacon meats lOt cents per pound for 30 days only Wo curlY a full lino of Index and Eagle Paints which are second to none a full line of Fencing Wire Plows Vulcan and B F Avorys make Oliver Chill Moal Boards und Paints Full line of Shoes at reasonable prices Remember too when you como to town for your Seed Irish Potatoes that wo will have our potatoes to arrive about March 15 and any kind you want Wo will also have a car load of Fertilizer to arrive March 1 at prices never heard of before Wo are yours to servo GLASSCOCK CO GLENDEANE KY rrx 4 A t T- GI PUMPKINS IN QUANTITY The etr Industry of Jrowluu Them For CnmilnK Fnetorlon In northeastern Ohio large quantities of pumpkins lure raised for canning purposes This is especially true In the vicinity of Conneaut where leI lohit cd one of tho largest cau a rlos for pumpkins on the American continent More than 2000 tons of this product are often used at a cannery In one season and this quantity Is equivalent to about 1333 wagon loads says a writer In Ohio Farmer A field that will yield twenty tons of pumpkins to the acre is considered ex cellent The pumpkin field shown in the cut was an unusually productive one Pumpkins only were raised In stead of corn and pumpkins together 1 f TAUT OP A PROLIFIC PATCH Most farmers raise pumpkins in tho midst of their corn and cannot of course expect so large a pumpkin crop The size of the annual crop also de pends a great deal upon the weather nt the time when the vines are in blossom The yield may therefore vary from year to year and on this naturally de pends the price which is paid per ton It ranging In different years from 250 to 5 And when tho crop In the vicini ty of n canning factory Is small It Is necessary to ship pumpkins in from other ports of the country In carloads Pumpkins are being grown In much greater quantities today than they were a few years ego States like West Vir ginia and Arkansas where the agricul turist has given little attention to them In the past are finding that under cer tain conditions they are a profitable crop Michigan where so much attention is being given to fruits sugar beets and other products in recent years Is giving increased attention to this crop too A ton of pumpkins will make about 1200 pounds when canned An Knnlly Made Simhome In the cut from Orange Judd Farmer are shown an easily made sawhorse and a convenient way of holding wood Use pieces of 2 by a or 2 by 4 Inch stuff for the logs cutting them the proper length Mortise the legs to gether and connect the ends with wood en I rnces made of 1 by IVa Inch stuff HAWUOltHK IN POSITION at the top and bottom on each side as shorni Hun a light Iron rod from one end ipiste to the other at time center To hold the timber In place when SII whIg secure u hickory polo about two InchcH In diameter and six feet long Fasten one end to the ground at one side of the home by means of u stake or a bout wooden staple as 11 lustrated IemlI tin pole over the tim ber to Ihlo held mini fusion with a forked stake pet In the ground A small post with holi s bored In oao side a flinches apartI mind n pit to fasten In the holes will be found preferable to a forked stick as the polo can thus bo sprung down trod hold at different points to suit the various kinds of wood laid on the sawhorse Cotton Culture Condemned When the warning against nltrocul ture was given our readers It was not based upon the worthlessness of the cotton cultures We supposed the bits of cotton contained living bacteria and the thought was only that thousands were paying 2 a package for bacteria when they either had the bacteria In their soils or else had soils in which those bacteria would not live The advertising by the national department and the dealers In commercial nitro culture was misleading and caused un profitable investment But now we know more about the cotton cultures The great majority of those tested by scientists are absolutely worthless They are lifeless and Professor Hard ing of the New York state station aft or a KuiiiincrH work In which several other well known bacteriologists assisted says that cotton cultures are a failure To tills end does the munch ex ploited discovery of the rational de portment of agriculture come Alva Agee In National Stockman Candled IInney If you wish to surprise your family or friends with a nice article take some liquid honey which has recently been separated from the comb pour it into stout paper bags and set it in a cool dry place to solidify which It will do very rapidly during cool weath er When ready for use tear the paper bag from the candled honey as you would the skin of a bologna cut off a lice and ntrve American Cultivator I A iiA GA D N NEW STYLE GRAFTING SucecHnfully lined In ColorndoCom mended by S II Green At the recent meeting of the Ameri can Pomological society the following method of grafting was described by a gentleman from Colorado who stilted that It was the most successful method that he had employed In top working old orchards and that it could be used on branches as large as four inches In diameter with great success It Im pressed me as being far better than or dinary cleft grafting especially for CLEFT STOCK large stocks from the fact that the surfaces of the union were all smooth and the scions held more firmly The method of procedure is as follows After determining where the graft had better go the stock Is cut off with a fine saw and the cut made in the side of the stock as shown at A This Is then cleaned out with a knife as shown at B A saddlers knife Is used for this purpose tho outline of which is shown nt E in the second cut Time scion Is cut an is usual In cleft grafting and is driven with some little force into the groove in the stock as shown at 0 and In the cross section at D It will be found that after this graft has been driven In It can only be pulled out by using considerable force and It is held much more firmly than In the QUAIT AND KNIFE ordinary cleft graft This method of grafting Is undoubtedly well adapted to take the place of cleft grafting for all stocks over threequarters of an Inch In diameter If you try It you will be surprised ut the firmness with which the scion will stick In the stock All wounds should be covered with wax as In ordinary cleft grafting S B Green In Fern and Fireside How to Unit nn Inoulintor The average fanner his wife his sun or his daughter should trot expect to learn all about the management of an Incubator front the perusal of written pages Experience comes from the work Itself This work Is easy Interesting and fascinating It occupies the mind and leads to Investigation More than that it leads to success and profit But great results cannot be ex peeled In the beginning The poultry business Is a trade and must be learn ed Many a person Is Idle today and looking for sumac sphere of usefulness who could learn how to operate an in cubator to both mental null financialI advantage But the work slight as It Is must be done properly and at the right time Time poultry business Is honorable and profitable but It requires study and experience We serve a long and faithful apprenticeship to learn other more laborious and less remunerative trades when the same amount of application would In less time make us experts with an Incu bator and give us a trade in a line not affected by strikes or lockouts or liable to bo overcrowdedRlchard II Wood M D Changes In the Middle West A striking tendency In the middle west and especially In southern Iowa is the decrease In the slzo of farms Something less than ninety acres Is said to bo the size of average Iowa farms with the men doing the work themselves or hiring one man An exchange says that since land has risen In value from 10 to 100 an acre It has been found necessary to decrease tho number of acres In the farm and Ute farmer himself is better off for this because ho is not working so hard to make both ends meet nor trying to cover BO much ground Ho is making in fact about as much on 100 acres rightly conducted as he did on a sec tion of land in the old days The great growth of dairying has helped to bring about this change N wl CABBAGE IN THE SOUTH I Some Important Point In Growing It Successfully There are n great ninny people In the lower south who do not think that cabbage will head for them That It does not head as readily as It docs far titer north Is true for the collard Is the result of growing cabbage In an ad verse climate In fact If cabbage is allowed to seed in south Georgia or Florida for some years the disposition to head will become less mid less until eventually you will have a collard If only northern grown cabbage seed be used planted early ou deep rich moist land the Influence of an uncongenial climate will be overcome And now a word about seed Dont try to save by buying cheap seed With n crop worth anywhere from 200 to JfOOO per acre it is foolishness to try to save at the outside from 2 to 3 In buying cheap seed which might mean the price of success or failure Seeding and Transplanting In middle Georgia for the spring crop seed Is started In open ground by the first to the middle of October For all medium early varieties for the ex tra early varieties such as Early Ex press etc this Is too early as quite a largo per cent will go to seed In tho spring For these seed Is started under glass In mild hotbed or green house during December We have found that It pays to transplant all our cabbage plants to cold frames both those started in the open in October as well as those started in the greenhouse in December The transplanting costs something but this is more than gained in stocky fully developed healthy plants as well as some days in earliness As to varieties a selected strain of the Old Flat Dutch makes heads of Just about the right size with few outside leaves Planting In the Field For extra early plant Jersey Wake field and Extra Early Express in the field from the 1st of February to the last of March for middle Georgia The land should bo manured plowed and harrowed down ready for planting In early winter preferably That cabbage requires deep rich soil Is hardly necessary to say From twenty to thlrtytwo horse loads of stable manure and 2400 to 4000 pounds of commercial fertilizer per acre are frequently used with profit tho stable manure plowed under with turn plow the fertilizer broadcasted and worked In the surface soil with cultivator or similar tool If cabbage can follow n cowpea crop so much the bet ter Southern Cultivator Corn In North Carolina The Importance of the corn crop In the state of North Carolina can best be indicated by the fact that 47 per cent of all the land in cultivation In the state Is devoted to this crop and yet the average yield per aero Is only 18 bushels nearly the lowest average of any of time states of time Union Now why should this be 01 The soil is not at fault for there Is as good soil In the state as the sun Khinea on Time climate is not at fault because time state Is real ly more In the corn belt as far as lati tude Is concerned than any of the states north of Mason and Dixons line Time corn plant originated In a warmer climate than this and is quite at home In the state as far as that point Is con cerned Now therefore the methods of growing the crop must he where the blame lies for the failure to snake a tnt ger yield per alreO K McQuarde A Turkey Coop A turkey coop which has been used with perfect satisfaction In Arapahoo county Colo Is described In American Agriculturist us having several dis tinct advantages over ordinary coops It Is built out of a large packing case At the top Is a ventilator Suspended by a cord Is u drop door of close boards and beneath this Is an ordinary door RANDY TURKEY COOP partly of wire netting Each Is hinged and can be opened independently On cold nights ventilator and drop door may be closed on ordinary nights the ventilator opened on hot ones both In warm weather the drop door suspended as shown in the cut forms a good shade for time birds I IHERE AND THERE I Broken crackers the refuse from the cracker factories are fed by several successful poultrymen and tho con sumption is increasing annually It must bo remembered however that the main nutriment in this Instance is starchAs among a thousand human faces no two aro alike so among an equal number of horses none have hoofs exactly alike a fact which has an Im portant bearing in correct horseshoe lug Much care should be taken in obtain- Ing the various kinds of grass and clover seeds as these often contain In jurious seeds of weeds that thus become widely scattered over the coun tryIt Is claimed by a New York farmer that wireworms will not live in ground where buckwheat is grown for two sea sons and that potato land may bo cleared of those worms by growing buckwheat FENCE WIRE PROBLEM C nses of the Corrosion of Steel Win Fciiolnir Into the much dljcnaseil question of what Is the mutter with tho fence wire nowadays the department of ngricul tare In u recent publication Intro duces the theory of electrolysis It Is stated that all metal used for fence wire at present made In this country la classed us steel Irrespective of the per centage of carbon or whether male liy the Bessemer or open hearth process From the statements of olllclals of a company consuming large quant It i O of wire n nil from other authoritative evidence all tending m the salute three tion the following two points mire accepted First that modern Iesscimv and open hearth steel rusts much more rapidly than Iron wire second that manganese especially If It h unevenly distributed In the steel Is at least In part the cause of the trouble EI1tt of rlrctrolysis Mr Cushman the writer of time mou ograph on the Corrosion of Fence Fire argues that although It Is prob able thht the effects of electrolysis In a fence wire are extremely small It must be remembered that they are con tlnnally going on whenever the wire la wet In almost all moilern steel woven wire fences some wires will be found to far outlast others Independent of the original weight of the galvanized covering which they carry If In woven wire fence all the wires would last as well as the best ones do there would have been no complaints It Is Just this point of unevenness of lasting quality In wires from successive heats In the same mill which Immure practically the same chemical composition that Is hard to explain by any theory hut that of galvanic or electrolytic action The manufacturers have believed that the whole trouble was In the unevenness In the weight of zinc covering that was put on the wire but experiment and observations show that this Is not so Some wires will go to pieces before others although there Is no discernible difference either In the weight or qual ity of the zinc covering In one fence which has been under observation for four years one wire was In perfect con dition although It carried a light covering of zinc while the wire next to It was badly rusted from end to end OuHcrvntlona In the Field Almost every one who has carefully Inspected woven wire fencing as It Is exposed to the weather on the farm says Mr Cushman has observed that some of the wires go to pieces much more rapidly than others The bottom wires lying close to time ground which fie kept wet In summer by the growth of weeds and grass and In winter by melting snow are naturally the ones which we should expect to rust most quickly As a matter of fact however they almost never do so but on the contrary are far more lasting than the wires farther removed from the ground This observation has been substantiated by a large number of competent observers One would not seek to preserve Iron from rust or zinc from corrosion by laying these metals away In wet snow or weeds If however electrolysis takes place and If the action can be diminished by keeping the wires electrically neutral through frequent connections to the earth or through frequent short circuits we should then expect that wires which were kept their whole length In constant contact with the earth would in the long run show greater lasting quality TcleKrxph Wire The process of making telegraph wire Is noted nail It Is explained that telegraph wire Is generally acknowledged to be more durable than fence wire and that cure is exercised In the man ufacture of telegraph wire to keep the manganese low because this element Increases the electrical resistance of the wire The dilllculty experienced In rolling low manganese steel and the slow rate of speed at which the mill must be run to draw the wire through the zinc bath In the double process of galvanizing add materially to the cost of tho product The question then arises whether or not high grade fence wire Is worthy the same care and con sideration that are given to wire which brings a higher price in tho market and is used for other purposes Cowpeas Followed by Cane Wo have one and a half acres of land which was planted to cowpeas in 1004 and from which we cut about three tons of the richest hay that grows This year 1005 wo planted It to cane and made 170 gallons of molasses and thrashed 100 bushels of cano seed off tho ono and a half acres Wo think the cowpeas aro the best fertilizing crop the farmer can raise The cane Is the best seed producing cano we over saw and we have been growing cane about eight years says a writer in Kansas Farmer I IFARM BREVITIES I In tho cow stable discomfort costs money Comfort is converted into cash and no mistake Irregular feeding makes thin horses no matter what quantity is given If anything else has been found bet ter than ordinary wire screen for pro tecting fruit trees against the depreda tions of rabbits and mice I have not had tho pleasure of trying it says an Iowa Homestead writer According to Dr Beal June grass is the best for all around sod R I bent grass for wet places and red fescue for shady places To get a quick sod cut Juno grass into small pieces scatter over the lawn and roll Barley is rapidly gaining favor with poultrymen in California It is less costly than any of the other cereals and rates somewhat higher in protein The fiber content is less than that of oaU which is another advantage i y i k1ilats tw r li4ld f OFFER I Continued Louisville Ky- January 3106 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir Replying to yours of the 30th will say t hat you can continueII the clubbing offer giving theI Daily Herald with your paper at 2 a year by mail I 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 r should neglect this opportunity IISit down andsend t us 2 Sit down and send its 200 and the paper will come to your address We do not know how much longer we will be able to make this offer Better do it now right now I Send orders to Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky irrrhe BreckenrdgeNe j EDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2S 1905 J 111 SALOONS JMIVE BY a r KILLING OUR BOYS A VOTE FOR- WHISKEY IS A VOTE FOR RUIN I To the Mothers Wives end Daughters I of Cloverport My never failing interest in th k I askIearnest advocate- II know that you as temperance workers need no encouragement to be about the Masters work but knowing that jon are soon to have a local option el frction I can not retrain from saying a few words to you of the very recent temperance fignt in Brandenburg when its citizens rose in their might and said by ballott to the saloonist you shall not do business rpon our streetsyou shall not erect your dens of vlce within our midst and tempt my boy my neighbors boy and your own boy to form those habits which unfit them for right living and usefulness iin this world and destroy their hope o hereafter Do not think that I wean to boast of my own work for I assure I you that I feel that it was as nothing when compared with that of other women of our town However to the best of my poor ability I endeavo- ed to do my duty and could conscien fously join with them in praisrn- Uod forthe victory I feel that too much can not bo saill in praise of the effectual work done hour sladies as they banded thewselve- together I early in the action each oneI considering herself a committee to doI personal work among friends whom she might Influence and worked untilI the closing of tne polls on election day Hearing these God fearing wome- seutt up petitions one after another asking divino guidance Impressed- me I as no prayers I have ever heardI and seeing them afterward taKe their way to thn polls where they sang all day made me say no wonder Uodi answered their prayers for has ne na saidlIak and ye shall receive One sister prayed that our churchI bells ring long and loud enough to confuse tho enemy that they be thwarted In their plans Her prayer was surely answered tor with the ladies gathered near the polls the op position had no opportunity to electionI ser the Heating vote and it was plainI ly evident that even tiie strongest ad vocates of the licensed saloon could not while listening to religious hymns fugue for that which they kne would break human hearts and ruinI Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour bourn a about It sediment or set tling Indicates an condi tion of the kid If It stains your linen It is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage it corrects inability passingitwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won I casesIr 1 wonderful discovery U And a book that tells more bothsent 1I absolutely free by mall unhealthy neys also rheumatism cess Dr Kilmer of groupRoot I Binghamton U y What writing men itlon reading this generous offer In this paper Tfe Dont make any mistake but remmber the f hi name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamto N Y on every bottle J l Backache Tile Blues Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement in WomenThousands of Sufferers Find Relief q v fNOo1CJJ T B= 7ILIr Mrs JColmes ilEmmQCottely How often do wo hear women saylilt seems as though my back would break or Dont speak to me I am all out of provethatBackache and tho blues are direct symptoms of an inward trouble which will sooner or later declare itself It may be caused by diseased kidneys or orgnnsNatureand Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Com pound instantly asserts its curative powers in all those peculiar ailments of ofkagree It is the most universally success ful remedy for womans ills known to medicineRead convincing testimonials of Mrs Holmes and Mrs Cotrely rrsJC Holmes of Larimore North Dakota writes Dear Mrs Flnlduun I have suffered everything with backache and female troubleI let the trouble run on unto my system was ill such a condition that I was unable to bo about and then it was I Vegetmuch suffering I would have saved I should have taken it months sooner for a few weeks treatment made me well and strong My backaches and headaches are all gone and I suffer no pain at my monthly periods whereas before I took Lydia E Finkhami Vegetable Compound I suffered intense pain Mrs Emma Cotrely 109 East 12th Street New York City writes Plnkhamfto tell all suffering women of the relief I have found in Lydia E Pink Mrs Plnknams Woman Understands a happy homes In the beginning the wasrby all to be poor as in Nov saegof whiskey was elected which seems to indicate that public sentiment was I thesI I I Idrys carried by terra votes bnt ItII has been said by many that it would not have been so had it not been for the faithful persistent work and heart 4 hit prayers of the temperance women theyni could persuade turn tu cast their ballot I for home wife and mother and show Ithem that a veto for ruin was a vote for rum rags and mlEervIOur interest in humanity is not i confined within the limits of our own fortCloveport that its citizens WilY cllreI for their town so much that they will not suffer the return of the saloon bearing in mind that it can cot exist without fuel and that its fuel is that wnich no patent is willing to fnnieh I boys Mother remember that should the saloon return to Uloverporr its home and those of the immediate vic inity will furnish this fuel Ladies in congratulating yon that I it bus been your privilige to live under priororvibge still be extended you I voice the undivided sentiment of all friends of temperance and should there be an occasion during this fight when the tAm perance women of Brandenburg can nerve you by word or deed I am surAI doing so will not be considered their duty but bo deemed by them a pleasure I am yours in his name for no saloons Mona B Price They never gripe or sicken but cleanse and strengthen the stomach liver and bowels This is the universal verdict ot the many thousands who use DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills relieve headache constipation biliousness jaundice torpid liver sallow complexion etc Try Little Early Risers All The fool hath said in his heart there in no God Planting Catting In regard to cuttings made in the autumn Professor J C Whitten of Mis sours says Upon the approach of spring as early as the soil can be worked andI before the buds have begun to grow on them they should be planted out in good garden soil The rows should be about four feet apart to admit of easy cultivation and the cuttings should be set very firmly in the soil so as to leave no air spaces about them and set deepII enough so only the uppermost above the ground They should then be given clean cultivation and hoed to keep down all weeds during the sum mer when usually an excellent growth of plants will be secured hams Vegetable Compound When I commenced taking the Compound I suffered everything with backaches headaches and female troubles I am completely cured and enjoy the best of health and I owe it all to you When women are troubled with irreg ular suppressed or painful periods weakness displacements or ulceration that bearingdown feeling inflamma tion of the female organs backache bloating or flatulence general de prostration as dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irritability nervousness sleep lessness melancholy all gone and wanttobelcftalone feelings blues and hopelessness they should remem ber there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles No other medicine in the world has received this widespread and unqualified endorse ment Refuse to buy any substitute FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN cordiallyInvitedthere is anything about her symptoms she does not understand Mrs Pink ham is thednughterinlawof Lydia E Pinkham her assistant before her decease and for twentyfive years since her advice has been freely and cheer fully given to every ailing woman who asks for it Her advice and medicine have restored to health innumerable women Address Lynn Muss AdviceA Best Womans Ills IAsk considered only Druggists Texas Remedy lor Rattlesnak Blts This paper notes with deep regret that u number of person are dying from the bites of rattle snakes in different sections of Texas oslnllcases are young children and in a good ninny instances they are bitten on tho hand or foot In such case the following rem edy is said to be a splendid antidote for the rattlerd bite provided it is used immediately after being bitten Take a pan or bowl and pour in enough kerosene oil to cower the wound It will draw the poison out immediately in the course of a few minutes and turn perfectly green then pour out the oil and refill the bowl being care ful to put in enough oil to com pletely cover the wound Leave the foot or hand in the oil as long as the oil turns green Then put on 1a poultice of plain table salt and saturate thoroughly with oil Keep this up for about an hour and there is scarcely any danger of fatal results Merkel1 Mail Just a little Kodol after meals will relieve that fulness belching gas on stomach and all other symptoms of indigestion Kodol digests what von eat and enables the stomach and dl gestive organs to perform their func tions naturally Big Loss Jas Fisher suffered a big loss of five black langshan roosters and pullet- last I week at the hands of a theift Ihe roosters were sent here by MrEd Bacon of Louisville and valued at 10 each No raise pretense has marked thoI career of Elys Cream Balm No idleI promises of reward for cases it will not cure Being entirely harmless it is not responsiblel like the catarrh snuff and powders for mind shattered by cocaine The great positive virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speed ly and completely cures nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of tars state ment IS the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many years suo cess All druggists 50c or mailed by My Bros CO Warren street New YorK No Sunday Shows The Louisville Board of Public Safe ty has ordered all theaters and skating rinks to be closed on Sunday Chief of Police was given instructions to en force the order rigid tDA 1B A Boars the N8 Kind You Han Always BtffM brat d Yd S IA REGULAR FLIRT CAST AND SYNOPSIS Dramatis Personae Dr Theodore Morgan Lawrence Murray a prominent physician Reymald Morgan Jno D Babbage Ir the doctors nephew Tlieodore Morgan 7 S Younger I nephowI P King the doctors step sIsters son Kitty Harding Margaret Moorman Dicks sister Mrs Motiuior Mason Mrs J P i KingH designing widow Marie ORielly Margaitt Skillman l maidlMildred Elliot Mannie White a regular fhr- tTimeThe present PlaceLarebmont a submit of New YorkSeason SeasonSummorCostum Time of playing Iw hours and a half TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IIIIOMO Quinine Tablets F1vBusy at The Foundry Will Pate the hustling generalman ager of the Cloverport Foundry Ic Machine Jo is running over with joy at the amount of work the plant has on hands The Foundry nas mote small jobs in chop than it has ever had sInce Mr Pate assumed charge Con tracts have been made with T F yaw yer and Ida Hall to furnish all the machinery except tne engine for the boats Messrs Sawyer and Ball are building Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the tackiest man in Arkan sas writes H L Stator of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe inv coal fortune to tm worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consuwp tion which I know from experience will euro consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures tho worst coughs and colds or money refunded At Short Haynes druggists 50c and flOO Trial bottle free ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by EvansSniderBue Co Live Stock Commission Agent Special to tho News Xatio na Stock Yards Ill Feb 21 00 A good moderate run of cattle early this week met with a slight ly lessened demand its compared with a week ago Beef sold hutch er cattle are selling slow to a clime lower Outside of one G cent bunch there has been nothing good in the beef steer line We sold several bunches of luOdaj fed Kansas steers weighing l1271 to 1303 at S510 to 545 also a good quality light weights and plain quality heavy weight natives at 175 to 500 Best heifers brought 465 prices ranging down to 300 to 375 for com moner lot Best cows S450 bulk 350 to 400 Killers are strong competitors for all pretty good weight feeding steers that show any flesh Not enoughstockers and feeders coming to supply the demand IOUI bullish views on hogs are reflected in a 75 cent advance since Feb 1st The fancy price of 030 was paid hero Monday and Tuesday 025 sales being pretty thesracking grades goinsr at 010 to 020 Sheep values practically unchanged lambs a quarter lower A fair grade of stockers selling InmbsIaround 005 Very sheep coming Any reader of the News is wel come to write us for Moro specific information than can be given in our space here EvansSniderBuel Co Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured 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 and quick relief Is almost sure to follow For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport In winter feed the birds 1 HALLSVEGETABLE IIs it true you want to look old Then keep your gray hair If not then use Halls Hair Renewer and have all the dark rich color of early life restored to your hairU7 TOiftrCTLffi 11 J0NO t11NN ONN NO N 1ONGNON ON6- ai ii Bank ofSurplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 1 t OFFICERS J B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier IAur CUMITON Assistant Morris Eskridge G W Beard DIRECTORS Lafe Green C iDr A 11 Kincheloe D S i Insured against loss by fire 2Interest paid on time deposits i NIOtl ONONN91NN NONOt NNQ ses s ssibwse Bank ssi i IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Presiden H H KRMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits e+ THE il Fifth Avenue i HOTELI 1 Louisville Ky ifPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr comes from New Tastes cs SICILI- ANHairRenewer Hardinsburg Cashieri rFitSt1 Themost and In the city raterOnly block from the and two jjj tho a Street cars pass all parts HI of city- EverythlDJ S neat K I 100Figuresau acre You would do it OnIfyou can buy the 100 land for 110 some else the proposition is just as good I Iwhere buy in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do it 1 If you wish to Know more Shout It write fur copies of our Tixus Mud Oklahoma books They are free A HILTON Passenger Agent 951 Bldg Sf Louis Mo Iii n u I Came I Saw I Prospered u Thats the universal report from the great Southwest where prosperity is the common experience of the ninny It is report given not boastfullyrather by way of encouragement and advice The Southwesterner is in a position to advise He from his previous condition of dependence or dependence to the perfect independence He ins broadened his ncres and increased his holdings three five and even tenfold by the exchange of highpriced lands in the East for cheap farms of the Southwest multiplied in ex test every acre an acre of good ground In a wordthis ship come in Can you afford to wait longer for yours are ninny similar opportunities still open m Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico Writ for Booklets Rates Southwest Feb 20 March 6 20 Round trip 75 per eent of the oneway rate One way half plus 2 Whj h Itf Of nil the Inhabitants In this country the southern people ought to be foremost in demanding a parcels post They are at the mercy of express sad rail road companies and some of them are obliged to go without needed articles because they cannot afford to pay trans portatlon A parcels post would bring them within reach of the best markets and also the common carriers to be fair Why is It then that so little help in the parcels post campaign the south asks Rural CURE CURES ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Good Use In time Sold by drupclsts CONSUMPTION aro centrally located only firstclass hotel = making a 1200 r1 one principal v shopping district blocks from principal theatres the door to the andiclean it General Frisco un a has passed partial most has There fare T compel Yorker WHERE GEo h LEE h I A1cGUIRE Gen Pass Agt Dist Tray Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Ciuinnatl 0 n Menly Wheat A miller In Stark county 0 writes us that the millers of that county will probably refuse to purchase mealy wheat next year Fie says they are dcfcig all they can to discourage its production because of its inferior mill ing qualities National Stockman All oldtime Cough Syrups bind the bowels This is wrong A now Idea was advanced two years ago in Ken nedys Honey and Tar This remedy acts on the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs and loosens the bowels at the same time It expells all cold from the system It clears the throat strengthens the mucous membranes relieves coughs colds croup whooping cough etc Sold bo all Druggists i f H c 4 1I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAQE Editors and Proprietors Issued Evory Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please totify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE i PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906 Fouwnao March JOIN the Commercial Club COUNCIL meets next Monday night MAY 5 Will you show your manhood 1 A bank is being talked of for Falls of Rough DONT by any means read your neighbors News How many people have you made happy this week A VOTE for an open saloon is a vote for an open hell TIlE News subscription list grows larger every week L CLOVKKPOKT Commercial Club has fiftyeight members THE County Unit Bill substituted by Chinn is all right for the whiskey nlen- TIIEnE were many plows running last week And a few farm ers sowed oats- McQUAIY wants the Madisonville road and is willing to give 500 towardsecuring it THE new county bill has gone to sleep While this bill is sleeping many air castles are crumbling CLOVKUIOKT is glad to know that the two Hawesville churches have become reunited God bless them u u s 3 TUB News one year and Farm Journal five years for 1 Now could you want a better proposition than that Theyqenoullce g andshowersblizzardrindKEVEXUE officers should drop Rosetta awhile and come to East 1 l1dPlorItEt fort KJ U S A There is interesting information th reJa JTnglfi SamL SAmilitt3A1 iiInpot day but the pot failed to boil last Saturday irihe open at least The side door was open but the pot maker was on the corner wearing a long face f LI l f11RrnE peaches are now on the market in New York City They selll for GO cents each They ire grown in South Africa and are shipped from there via London to Now York ji J Now you old folks get young and mix up with the children If there is childs youtiis5cdexercises at the city school Get young 5g 5 WE trust the Jflttorj published elsewhere from President Attilla shopsiiuldCloverportl1e11 HAS Cloverport a Sunday closing law The barber shops are not sowed to operate but the cream ale places are Is this consistent 1 Why this favoritism 1 A barber slipp can mTuo way be compared with the vileness ofcertain businesses now i mng in full blast on Sunday A tliscussibn of this matter would pw be out of place at the city council meeting next Monday night X j HEAD Judge Moormans good roadorder Ho pis the champion q admaa of th love of roads JrTT H tatstandbyitii Tt t po e trli ther he shall roads or gooclin this county All the mveeiitnap is a leader and we have th6 man in young Judge Moorman All honor to the young man and his courage TIDE order for calling an election in the three voting precincts in this city by application of the whisky advocate was made in the county court last Monday and the ditty fcpjd jot Saliirjjay May 5 V G Babbago and Rev Curry were present when the order was CountyUnitShould be made by him callianthe election The court overruled the notioni sayih tliat the present attitude of the measure could not IlfTect his uties u dci t p law T1ISKpfed with thQaw in making tho application 0 w ftl filer Thction not lesstbn sixtyvdays hence whichanico1 i fl1bli 1Shiil1id RMny 5 i Both parties wfeio gjven leave to a yon number of iiames to I bpbdndedintqp fTiijycourtfrath1chl eelS of the election sh uld be chosen that were bolthjfQr i 4J1gSn I tt- I 4r4y w EKRON Mr and Mrs A 0 Crouch spent Washingtons biitbday in Louisville Rev Dan Shacklett and wife went to the city Monday to visit friends and relativesMiss Maude AdRisson and sisters spent Friday with their aunt Mrs D S ChildsMr H Casey has completed the bank building and gone to his home iin New Castle Mr Robert Enson our hustling stock buyer in feeding two hundred hogs for market I Mrs Ap Shacklett Mr and Mrs Jo Stith dined with Revand Mrs Dan Snanklett Sunday Clay McGee a nd sister Branden burg visited the home ot Mr and Mrs Blant Shacklett Sunday Dan Roberts Br spent several days last week with his daughter Mrs Boss McUbee near Brandenburg- Our school is processing nicely un der the management and teaching ot irof Kennedy and Mr Bratcher Mrs Coleman and Miss Hallie Don dy Brandenburg were very pleasant visitors to friends in Enron Sunday Orla Wooforlk spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife who is at pre sent with the family of Judge Wool folkMiss Ray who has been a pleasant guest ot Miss Nell Shacklett returned Sunday night to her home in Louis ville Dr J P ShacKlett and family i Garrett attended cnurch here Sunday and dined with Mr and Mrs W M Fry mi re- Miss Lulu Sherlock has again accepted a position as clerk in W M Fry mires store Her many friends wel come her back Frank Richardson and Miss Eliza Leth Harrington two very prominent young people here will be married to day in Louisville Dr Junons Sbacklett camo home from the city Friday evo very eucbI indisposed but was able to retain to his school Sunday ove Our bantc occupied its new home Monday This is not only a place of 1 security for hand earnings but a com plete and handsome building Mr John Simpson and wife who have been visiting relatives hero and other points in Kentucky left Tuesday n ight for her home in Nebraska Jack Sipeswho has been in Paducah in the telephone business some time came home Saturday night a little crippled from injuries sustained from a fall GLENDEANE J D Oler is seriously ill at this writingJ Brown Cloverport was here last week Miss Nancy Smith is visiting friends at Frankfort E L Robertson Hardinsburg was in town Ilast week J Rev A C Hontson Louisville was a guest at R G Robertsons lust SundayRev D 13 Capp filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church SundayMisses May Dempster and Nell Moor 1 man are in New Orleans attending MMdiGro C G W Matthews who has been con tine to his room for several weeks is convalescent Miss Arfie Robertson is teaching the primary deparment daring Miss Mooremans absence Miss Maud Maxwell left last week for an extended visit to friends and relatives at Union Star Ky After spending same time with his patents at this place Wheeler Powell has returned to Springfield III where he has employment Rev F H Roberts was here a few days of last week and on Wednesday 1 and Thursday night delivered two excellent 4 sermons to large audiences Rev Roberts con Id not be hers at his last regular appiontment on account of 4 the death of a Mr Hughes near Falls of Rough whose funeral he was canII ed to preach Spring Humors J Come to most people and cause many troublespimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness Indigestion and headacheII The sooner one gets rid of thorn tho better and the way to get rid of themII and to build up the system that haaI suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills I Forming in combination the Spring 4 Medicine par excellence of unequalled strength in purifying the blood as shown by unequalled radical and per I JDDent cures ofII Icrofula Salt Rheum Scald Head Bolls Pimples AU Kinds of Humor PsoriasisII head Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etc I Accept no substitute but be sure to I get Hoods and get it today OFFICE OF HENRY DBlIAVEN MOORMAN fjCOUNTY JUDGE to t 0 J HARDINSBURG KY February 15 1906 1 Mr 1 t Esteemed Sir Ky tIn view of the fact that there ought to be a general and united effort on the part of citizens of Breckenridge County to have said county take a place and rank among the other counties of the state that her natural advantages justify and in view of the further fact that there seems to be an awak I lendingforceGOOD ROAD DELEGATES to meet in convention in the courthouse in Hardinsburg on FRIDAY MARCH 1906 with the object and for the purpose of discussing the road situation generallythe strong and weak points of the present system and such other systems as it may be the pleasure of any dele gate to suggest I am ready to do my dutythe interest that the tax payers manifest in this convention will indicate the interest the county has in good roads This appointment is important and is an honor If you do not respond with interest and lend your support time and talent to this move you discredit the in f t telligence and citizenship of the county From now to the time of the convention you have ample time tor J inform yourself as to any road system that we will adopt in this county It is the desire and ambition of the Fiscal Court of which I am the presiding member to expend the peoples money in suchway and to make only such regulations as will most advance the interests of our1l county and citizenship Good roads are what we need AND CAN HAVE iIThere will be a chairman appointed in each of the 21 voting precincts He will call a precinct meetii ing to be held MARCH 1906 Each precinct convention will elect a competent secretary T a written report of the sense of the said precinct conventions on the following questions and condition to wit i The present conditions of the roads the condition of the roads compared with 4 7 and 10 years ago kinds of clay whether good for road beds whether roads are high in middle and well ditched on either side what system of working would suit best piking included whether hands take any interest in road working whether overseers do their duty whether district supervisor has done his duty whether or not the i people desire a road tax and the amount of same when the change of system ought to be made etc whetherII the people actually desire the road law enforced this makes but little difference however for I am going to do it anyway the condition of public property road scrapers picks etc and any other information that will be of use to the county supervisor aud Fiscal Court If your secretary says there is no use of making a J JI I detailedwritten report on above suggestions then there is no use to have this convention The precinct chairman will display his interest and the result of his work when the report of his precinct is read Make report full It is a common thing to hear men complain of bad roads bad management by officers lack of effective ness of systems etc You hear them say that it is wrong to have to work on roads wrong to have a road tax wrong to have both a road tax and work on the road wrong to have bad roads and many other similar expressions NOW STOP AND THINK A MINUTE If you did not have a road tax and did no free road working WHAT COULD A COUNTY JUDGE OR FISCAL COURT DO TO BETTER THE CONDITION OF THE COUNTY ROADS The county government is but an association of individuals and the county officers are but the AGENTS of this association If you do not direct your agents what to do if you do not express yourselves as to your needs and wants if you do not furnish the means to carry out your directions WHAT CAN YOU JUSTLY EXPECT OF YOUR AGENTS- If we had roads land would enhance in value farming on a cheaper and more profitable scale will be possible our educational facilities will be greatly improved desirable purchasers will buy our land TheItendencies will be better morally mentally and financiallyrNow is the time for you to give expression to any road ideas that you have ANY KIND OF GOOD ROADS MAINTAINED ANYWAY It is the time to object to what has been done and what will be done and if you do not feel sufficiently interested to lend your presence and influence now you certainly have no right to make suggestions or kicks later The results of thjs move may be of inestimatable value toII this county Will you hold your precinct convention make the suggested report of same attend the county convention and cooperate with me in this matter The county will see on the day set I am For good roads 0- II 1 Precinct Officers jIl PKKCIXCT Hardinsburg No1 Hardinsburg No2 Hardinsburg No3 Hardinsburg No4 Balltown Covcrport No1 Cloverport No2 Cloverport No3- Stephenspolt Union Star- Mooleyville Webster Irvington Big Spring Bewloyville Custer Mook Hudsonville McDaniels Glendeane Rockvale scrapFor opponents Breckenridge CHAIRMAN Wilson HughesMike JollyAU Frank Greenwell BarryChas Byron Vessels WimpC Charles Blanford C Pile RoyaltyF E L Robertson Frank Ruppert SECRETARYIWright Henmnger DeJarnett Curtis PateIBabbageT TouseyJesse Lonnie Cunningham H Butler Alexander Moorman The foregoing of Brcckenridgo hereby appointed Chairman and Secretary of- their respective precincts shown list for the of conducting the precinct conventions wIll hd in each the 21 precincts of the countyon Saturday March 1906 at the voting place each precinct at 2 oclock p m I have appointed 15 delegates in each precinct who will wit the Chairman and Secretary the and make the precinct and convention a will confer with the Chairman and pull together See that rHavedelegates will meet in Hardinsburg Monday March at 9 bringin with t the written report the precinct and we will entertained and instructed by some of the best men and profit by each others suggestions and criticisms If there any the whof1 servo or will not serve it is your plain to inform me forthwith If is any information f that you I will take pleasure in furnishing any that is at my command If this wore a funeralof a you drop everything to come no man in the so important to the countys as this move if successful Let us hold of this to succeedand we will I Very TrulyH DElI MOORMAN B C The New County The new county bill which proposes to a now county out of portions of Ohio Breck enridge Orayson and Duller to be namtd In honor of Governor Beckham has developed In a lively but good natured the ten days for and against the new county have coming to Frankfort and making a show of strength It was not until last night the committee had to up the measure All the members were present except Representative GatesThe meeting originally designed to be at the Club bad to bo taken to tune Court ot Appeals In order to let the parties Interested have the of hearing and being heard adherents of the bill came 50 strong badges reading Beckham County were also out in force headed by Judge II Dell Moorman and others from George Cubbage others from GraysonexSenator Howard others from Butler ezSberltf Keonn others from Ohio Interest began early when Mr Howard pro rL Granville John Adair Cart 11 G J V St Clair John Cook C up suc all one Bill form very past been that time take held Elks with duced some petitions and affidavits to show that the names of many of the petitioners were forged This was co batted by the other and much of tho discussion ranged around point Senator Howard argued for Butler county and against the bill Judge Moorman for Breckenridge and Mr Cubbago for Grayson needs and the new county were set forth by Claude Mercer of Breck eurldgo and W H Barnes of Ohio At the close of the discussion the mitten went into executive session and took a the result being a four four Chairman Redwlno not voting Kentucky State Journal Miss Margaret Moorman was in Louisville Saturday and Sunday the guest of Miss Marion Hambleton David Is at home from Mt Carmel Ill O W Hendrickson was in town Mon daynMiss Belle McGary IIn Hardins burg Monday e Y N I Gabo fSam to Hubert i Herbert M Beard c Fred Ferry t Hall Scott Hexry Kurtz R W Jolly John Morris C Drury Pete Huston Dr S J Hall Henry Cannon W R Jr Dave Howard citizens county are as op above purpose which be of 2i of i work interest county then 26 oclock sharp them of be ofroad is of above officers cannot duty there desire friend would There is county interest take matter am J C and delegations opportunity The The and and and side this Tho advantages com vote tie and Phelps was Thirty Arrests Shows do ODe Thirty persons were arrested at the three Louisville theaters yesterday as a result of the order t ot the Board of Public Safety that Sunday performance discontinued The beiiwere continued after the were made and the cases will tried out in the courts The + arrests lacked excitement and only custodyManagers r carriage in which the prisoners CentralPolice ay Fullstock of undertakers goods at J H Paynes Stephenspori J d 1- I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSMAGA- ZINE 3 J 0 SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1900 PART TWO t 1 THE PRIVATE DETECTIVES i 1THEIR NAME IS LEGION AND THEY WATCH All CLASSES OF BUSINESS EMPLOYEES Some Clever Schemes for Swindling Firms and Corporations Sharps Who Make a Regular Business of Getting Damages In no other country in the world are t BO many private detectives employed as In tho United States Every great corporation has its staff of secret service men many of them recruited from the detective forces of European countries r The chief occupation of theso com mercial detectives Is to protect the various institutions they represent T from the depredations of professional swindlers of all kinds These crooks aro a formidable I army Groups of them travel from city to city concocting and carrying out j frauds of all kinds aided in their nefarious I plans by shady lawyers phy i emi i ploys of the corporations which they I seek to victimize Insurance companies aro the favorite I bandsI who was recently brought to justice It Is stated Tli that assisted by his confederates he defrauded seven different accident in surance companies of sums aggregat- Ing some 13000 Had he varied his method It is quite likely this particular crook would still be reaping a golden harvest But he repeated his device too often His trick consisted in slipping on a piece of soap while taking a bath and sustaining severe internal in Juries He always hal a doctor of course a confederate to testify to the serious nature of his accident but although the trick In itself was dim I cult of delacMon a constant repetition of It naturally awakened suspicion and led to the downfall of tho swindler Some of the sharps poso as mechan ics and prey upon employers of labor their method being to pretend to sus taro some Injury In the course of their work Ai ud by shyster doctors and lawyers they bring actions for dam ages Sometimes by taking out acci dent insurance policies they contrive to gain a double share of plunder Railway companies are victimized In much the same fashionthat Is to say by bogus claims for injuries and I accidents In these cases the frauds are generally more elaborate involving not onlyf ho services of aidionesti doctors and lawyers but the testimony of witnesses paid to perjure them selvesOf one group of railway sharpers i the ringleaders of which were brought t to Justice it came out in the evidence that they made more than 5000 a year by their practices- A real railway accident especially one of any magnitude Is a perfect wind fall to somo of these rogues if they are anywhere In the vicinity Taking advantage of the confusion MOTHER SENATOR Tire Magdalene Dick is one of the few mothers in Washington who can o visit the United Ctates Senate and look down upon a son whoI y Is a member of tho most powerful Vjglslativo body on earth That said n the Hon Charles Frederick Dick senator from Ohio who succeed ed tho lamented Mark Hanna Thero is especial swelling of pride I in tho breast of Mrs Dick as she look- down s from the Senate Gallery upon I her boy for tho reason that oho knows better than any one else how many were tho struggles and how rough tho paths that led to his present honor Both parents of Senator Dick were born In Germany but they met and married hero settling In Akron Ohio whero tho father was an humble arti- San Ho was careful and frugal after the German fashion but was not very successful in business Tho little family knew what It was to work hard for tho necessities of life Tha future senator knew what it was too to be born of the traditional poor but honest Jparents His schooling was limited for be had to begin work when able to earn even a little bit 1First he was a messenger boy In a bank then clerk in a hat store u and excitement they make their or pearance among tho injured Then injuries are generally of course of an internal nature and uttering heartrending groans they aro carried off to bo attended if possible by some medical accomplice Now and again the conductors of trains are In league with tho sharpers which of course greatly facilitates the frauds Indeed it is that railway accidents such as small collisions have been deliberately brought about by conspiracies of this kind Ono particular crook made large sums by conspiring with conductors to push him ort tho train when it was in motion In this way ho acquired a profitable crop of permanent injuries to the spine for which the railway companies had to pay smartly So numerous and so astuto have the American detectives becomo of late years however that such frauds have become increasingly difficult Tho suppression of malpractices of this kind is as stated the principal work of the great army of commercial detectives many of whom are appar ently ordinary citizens or even work ers known as plain clothes men Among their minor functions is the watching of suspected employes especially thoso of banks and great financial houses Any tendency to extravagant habits or irregular living on the part of em ployes 13 noted and reported upon by these unsuspected watchers Others there are wlio In the guise of clerks and laborers secretly noto any ten dencies to disloyalty or discontent In this way approaching strikes are and oftentimes nipped in the bud Studied by the Artist Ono of the greatest difficulties In ar remarked a critic LJ to get ones facts right and for this you havo to go not to art but to the people who understand the things represented- I received my first lesson in this direction when as a youth I a coast scene with a ship in tho fore ground It was highly by all who saw it with the exception of an old seaman who when he examined tho rigging politely turned aside to conceal his amusement No ship he explained could possibly have gone to sea with tho ropes and tackle arranged as in my picture So I had to humble myself to learn to draw blocks shrouds yards and other por tions of a ships rigging as they really are But It is not always possible to be true to fact Take for instance a typical picture which represents a herd of self deny ing cattle grazing In a meadow where tho herbage is of the scantiest while near at hand are unprotected fields of grain into which they could walk at will Why did not the include In his picture the fences which ac tually surrounded the corn fields Simply because they would have spoilt the composition and consequently reality had to be sacrificed to the demands of art 77 j00ou JI OF DICK OF OHIO chamber William and- said detected painted praised reeving painter he was very proud when ho acquired a half interest In a teed and machinery establishment All this time however he kept studying at night to gain an education and to achieve something better than an anxious interest In the market price of oats The good mother who looks down upon him in the Sen ate can recall with much pride the struggles of the son to better his place In tho world and she did her part to help him Ho went Into polities and was elected county auditor before he was 30 This Is always the best office in any courthouse and gave the young man a start not only in politics but In business His activity and shrewd ness In local elections led to his set lection in 1892 as chairman of the state executive committee He won the election by such a small majority that there was no glory In it but the following year ho managed the second election of McKInley as Governor with splendid results Later he went to Congress from the old Garfield dis trict and when Hanna died came to the senate by unanimous vote Mrs Dick Is of fine appearance not vet 70 and remains calmly complacent over tho romantic career of her son who may yet achieve still higher honors TEE AMATEUR SMUGGLERS MOST TRAVELERS FEEL JUSTI FlED IN OUTWITTING AND BEATING GOVERNMENT V merlcanISell AccrdtnglyMany Disappointment s In Kcsims biglinerspier and searched It Is doubtful If live per cent of them would escape the charge of smuggling The women are said to break the law In greater num bers than tho men although the latter cheat the Government of larger mounts The majority of women dont understand tho customs laws Said a nervous little lady on the promenade of the Deutschland as the tugs were pushing the big steamer Into tho dock Ive got two china salt cel supposetheyll Royalebutold goose said a businesslike person near her I j uess youd Jump over wrigglethroughYou Know youre allowed to replenish yearIItrunks in the house I had eleven In all and I filled most of them up with the stuff you usually send to the Salvation Army Thought somo of them would go to pieces on the trip I got rid of boughtbeautifultake their places And the things Ive brought back In my replenished ward robe But the foreign names on so many dresses gasped the nervous one Ive ripped them out and sewed in tho names that were in my om dressesShe even cleverer than the white haired gentleman who confided to his neighbor at table that ho had brought back some lace gowns worth at least 30000 francs 0000 a piece that were entered In a sworn Invoice at 6000 francs each But said the little mail at his elbow wont the ap praisers know the real value The ven erablo sinner stroked his white beard complacently Why should they sus pect the Invoices approved by the Am erican Consul at Ah they are my very good friends at the con sulate ho purred Real Syrian Rugs Even tho steerage has Its smugglers There was a commotion on the immi grant deck of a French liner one morn Ing Several hundred Syrians were westward bound Ono of them had stolen a roll of bedding from another Tho officer to whom complaint was made was not deeply Interested Hadnt the Immigrant a good berth in the steerage Why so much fracas for a bundle of dirty rags that should have been stowed In the hold Tho com plainant waxed desperate Mother of tho Prophet his bedot dirty rags ItIwas of Syrian rugs the best a dozen sent by a merchant of Damascus to hisI brother merchant In New York The duty on Syrian rugs is heavybut who would think to find them in the dirty bedding of an Immigrant- A glove buyer for one of the big Am erican houses used to bring back on each semiannual trip for his own pur poses twelve dozen pairs of gloves care fully hidden In many pockets of his coat and overcoat Almost every tourist who can afford it buys a diamond ring while abroad A feather boa Is aiImost the first purchase of tho American woman arriving in London and what customs official can provo that she did not carry it out of her own country with her purchasesInescent charm of novelty Flimsily built of fragile material they drop to pieces before tho owner has had time to weary of them If they do last for any length of time It Is only to become a source of anger and disgust The silk petticoat bought at tho Bon Marche Paris for which you paid 8what a bargain It was until one day you felt myster ious prickings at your ankles and stooped to find that the calf Inch wide steel ribbon which gave such a chic sot to the bottom had broken loose from the dust rune and slashed the silk to bits and your stockings to tat ters To comfort you every depart ment store In New York and Chicago Is showing you identically tho same skirt without the steel stiffening for 5 Sometimes remembering these things the high prices that assailed you In London and Paris you may won der how tho French women ot moderate means manage to dress so well Americans Charged Double The answer Is that Americans an abominably overcharged A raw clerk In the Louvre once told an American customer that the house would make her up a pongee suit for 150 francs He was sharply contradicted by an older omploye who explained that the suit would cost 300 francs As tho lady moved away without ordering the sown she heard tho novlco remon strnteII You told mo 150 feancs For Frenchwomen yes growled tho old hand but that was an American The biggest lace house In Vienna and Vienna Is the cheapest place In the world to buy lace purposely puts up the prices to allow a good margin for bargaining Experienced Amer lean buyers for fashionable New York tailors who RO yearly to Paris for models take with them on their shopping excursions a French friend with whose assistance they secure materials and models for about half the quoted priceFrench workmanship Is Inferior T t 4 n A sr p models brought home by a tailor who tius a shop jubt oil r iota AVtiiAiO were sent Into the workroom to bo resewn before they could be placed In the show cases Style is what tho French tailor alms at Chic beautiful a gown must be If it falls to pieces the first time it is wornso much the better for tho business madamo needs another gown A woman who had ordered a single dress from one of the big French houses complained of tho workman ship Tho manager shrugged his shoul ders One dress why should we bother at all for that Most expensive French lingerie is frequently finished with rough seams taco is sewed to unhemraed edges threads in hand embroidery are left oose the garment simply falls to pieces even in the most careful laundry No words can express tno norror ot English tailoring In London they havo made an attempt to meet American tastes but the English tailors con ception of the short skirt Is a tweed monstrosity escaping the shoe tops in front and tickling the pavement be IN THC NEW YORK hind while a straight row of stitch ing is beyond the modest capability of the English workshop Many a woman who in her first month abroad materially diminished her letter of credit has como home to wish for tho trim smartness of Broad way Tho frills beloved of the English woman and the skin tight little jackets of the Frenchwoman quickly lose their fascination for tho American woman whoso aim in dress Is unusually a seem ing simplicity that has cost her tailor hours of nice calculation and herself a great deal of trouble and not a little moneyAfter all the exp rlonced American traveller buys few things outside of his own country Considering qualltv and manufacture nearly all articles of ordinary wear are cheaper in the Uni ted States than elsewhere The law allows only 100 worth of foreign ap narel to bu brought in duty free and If this 4s conscientiously lived up to tho saving Is small on Imported goods A few gloves ostrich plumes or small pieces of jewelry are about the only things the sensible tourist will bother with on his return Doings m New York The wife of a Wall street millionaire whose name in New York is almost a household word as the police declare unwittingly furnished the password to a magnificently furnished poolroom for fashionable women at an uptown ad dress the other day and the place was raided by the police In it were twenty women whose finely appointed equip ages awaited them in the street The appeals of the women members of some of New Yorks wealthiest fami lies when the detectives and officers gained entrance to the drawing room and revealed themselves formed a thrilling tableau Several women went on their knees to the detectives They offered their rings watches anything they possessed rather than face the ex posure of arrest or even the chance of their identities becoming known One woman clasped the detective sergeant by the knees as she knelt pleading for her liberty Another tore her rings from her fingers and offered them all to him saying If my name is known there will be murder or sui cide in my home for my husband will either kill me or I shall kill myself Tolstoi Hard on Ibsen Count Tolstoi was one day discussing Ibsen with a friend Said the latter I have seen a great many of Ibsens plays but I cannot say that I under youTolstoi replied Ibsen doesnt understand them himself He just writes them and sits down and waits After awhile his expounders and pre1v SAVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS PLAX PRESENTED TO CONGRESS BY WHICH MANY DEFICITS COULD HE VOIDED During the Past Five Years the Government tins Lost Over a Hun dred Pillion Worth of TimberThe Remedy Every now and then thero Is a sharp passage at arms in Congress between the East and the West In fact some conIgressIs a separate country and not in reality a part of tho United States and entitled to the same consideration that it shown the Mississippi Valley The Atlantic Coast or the New England States An instance of this kind oc cured the other day when Senator Tel ler of Colorado was addressing the Senate He resented the intimations that the funds used in connection with UCUSTOMS HOUSE the irrigation reclamation service had been given as a bounty to the West In the first place since the money is all paid back to the government he stated that it was simply In the nature of a Lucky Baldwins Irrigated Ranch Twenty Years Ago a Desert loan and further ho contended that the irrigation law was of as much Import ance to the cast as to the west that It was national in character and that It would benefit not only the section where It was applied but refiexly every other section In fact the west was somewhat tired of this idea which seemed to obtain among some eastern statesmen of being considered as an outside dependency of the nation That tho commercial interests of the cast If not Its statesmen are alive to the desirability of promoting tho settlement and internal Improvement of the west is shown by tho very comprehen sive action taken recently by tho National Board of Trade In Washington a powerful association composed of representatives from most of tho great commercial bodies of the United Stases The organization represents a combined capital of billions of dollars employing several hundred thousand workers it has been a strong factor In urging legislation on various Important In ternal works It was the first of tho great commercial bodies of the East to advocate the passage of the national irrigation law and it has a regular standing committee on forestry and irrigationThe of the organization this year Is most interesting and reads as follows It Is gratifying to note that much of tho legislation on Forestry and Ir rigation matters which has been consistently urged by tho National Board of Trade has been enacted into law Tho National Board was the first or ganization representing the commer cial interest of tho whole country to recommend a national irrigation policy and Juno 17 1902 a National Irri gation law was enacted There Is In tho Irrigation Fund at the present time about 30000000 which Is inn creasing from tho sale of public lands at the rate of at least 3005000 a yearIn the matter of Forestry legislation tho National Board of Trade recom mended the passage of the bill providing for the consolidation of the various forestry branches of the Government into the Bureau of Fores try of tho Department of Agriculture This bill was enacted Into law at tho last session of Congress The National Board of Trade has stood against the practice of exchang ing worthless scrip land in the national forest reserves for valuable public lands outside of the reserves and has repeatedly recommended tho repeal of the law permitting this prac tire This law was repealed at the last session of CongressIIAt the Nationaly Board opposition was expressed to what was known as the 640 Acre Homestead bills Increasing the homestead ColoradoG40 acres these bills were all defeated at the last session of Congress Much however remains to bo done The National Board of Trade has con sistently advocated the saving of the great public domain for the use of the real homemaker as against the land and timber grabber and the speculator Trade and commerce will increase as population increases and our National land policy should be administered to preserve our remaining half billion acres of public lands for thoso who will build homes upon them As laws which tend to overcomo this policy the Na tional Board has continuously since Its meeting in January 1902 urged the repeal of the Timber and Stone Act tho commutation clause of the Home stead Act and tho Desert Land Act in accordance with tho recommendations the President in his annual Mes lor to Congress- A Public Lands Commission appoint ed by the President consisting of W A Richards Commissioner of the General Continued on next page is the title of Our New Catalogue for 906the most beauti ful and instructive horticultural publication of the day 186 pages 700 engravings 7 superb colored pbtcs 7 duotone plates of vegetables and flowers Te tfw thlj catalogue the cutest possible Distribution we melee Uw lUIowlne literal offe- rtjt Every Empty Envelope Mf Counts as Cash if W Totrcrr one who will state where this adrertliement w 11 teen and who E endwei Ten Centi Istampwewill mall the ciuloiue and alio tend freo of Charge our Gmous 50C nt II t1150 Collection of seeds conlalo- Inr one packet each or Glu Nand dwut PuJ GI+ ns Fur Pndu wind- Gs1n ytitirljt HTIinlt4ltltbrHl New rut Ltltulll ttrlj Rely Tmatf tdmil TlfftJ trlit KtJIiht In acoupon envelope hich when emptied and returned will bt accepted u a 2sccnt cash payment on any order amounting to fiooand upward The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1900 l lutiui i ills stimulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen tbe digestive organs regulate tbe bowels and are un equaled uan- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE- In malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized as they posses peculiar properties In freeing the system from that poison Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute = ANNOUNCEMENTFor We arc authorized to announce the ZION BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county its Icandidate for Congress in the Fourth Con theDemocratic party subject to the action of AinslesNews office DelineatorNews office D H Severs was at home Sunday New line of tablets at News Office Every bodys Magazine at Newt officeMetropolitan magazine at Newt officeMiss Cornelia Allen attended the K P banquet Chas Berry was at home from Louis I ville Sunday Mr J B Ridgeway was in Lonis villa Friday Miss Eva Frank Tobinsbort woe here Friday Mrs Guard Agnew has been lice foi severall days- Visiting cards engraved or printed at News office Mr and Afro Joe Fitch were in Webster Sunday I Mr and Mrs James Cbapin attend ed the K P banquet Tom Moore Hardinsbnrg was pre sent at the K P banqnet Mr and Mrs Dan Bnrk Addison attended the K P banqnet atIttndedIke Mover arrived Saturday to spend the day Wallace WeathArholt Toblnsport was in Stephensport Saturday Mr and Mrs Will Boucher Lewis port wero here Sunday Prank Bartles of Bartles was the guest of his parents lust week MIss Alary Tabehng of Tar Fork r was in town shopping Saturday Wilbnrn Gregory Louisville was here Sunday the guest of Miss Essie Bonier Mrs Leon McGavock and children i fwent to Skillman Saturday to visit her parentsMilton Bamberger Uwensboro was the guest of Miss Verlle WendelRen SundayConsumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptionIe Eat plentyof pork was the advice to the consumptive So andloo years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostt t- ScottsEmulsionistheinod fjf ern method of feeding fa to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy dige ion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture In the form ol a label it on the wrapper of every bottle of Emuklon you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 5ocandi all druggists Ir Best patent flour 60o at Browns I Bob whito flour 55c Julian I BrowuII No 20 chill plows 060 Julian BrownTwenty pounds sugar for 1 at Tanl bt Bates McQnady J Coemopolitian special drawings of I uTtle t lint of the Middle W stII News office W L Sndders of Orangeville Ind left for his home Friday after a VIsitII in Tobincport We pay highest prices tor all kinds country produce Tanl Bates Mc Qnady Miss Jennie Warded Louisville was the gnest of Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize last weak Richard Witt Irvington has been tbe guest of Mr and Mrs J C Nolte for several days Mrs J G Harris and daughter Miss Jennie were III Louisville Satnr dayIRoy Berry returned from Irvington where he has been watching an engine for the Henderson Route Miss Nell Whitehouse was in West Point last week visiting Mr and Mrs Richard Whitehonse Mr Cbas Young Morganfield has been the guest of Mr and Mrs C B SKilltnun for several days George Gregory aged 80 died at his home early Friday morning He was one of the eldest citizens of Clover portSilas Smith a relative of Mrs Mat tie Collins and others in this section who recently had one leg broke off and the other cut in a railroad wreck is improvingWe of jum and poplarand they are all right Try them and save money as the No 1 pine lath are very nigh now G J Blanford S Co Lewisport Ky E LJohnson was in town Satur day He paid up his subscription and took advantage of our offer giving tbeI barm Journal 5 years and News oneI year all for a dollar W G Archer of Owensboro Ky was engaged last night to manage tne Evansville chantanqna The contract with nim was entered into by the board ol managers for the Cbantanqna association says the Evansville Cour ler Knottsville has gone dry again InI the local option election held Saturday both of the county precincts as well is the town of Knottsville itself gave majorities in favor of prohibiting the sale of liquor In the precin cts outside of the town the majorities were over whelming In the town on the other hand the contest was close the vote in the upper precinct being a tie and the total majority being only eleven votes- Doubtless one of the most interesting entertainments the Epworth League has jiven will be the one to be given Fri day evening at the M E church in the form of n debate The debatable juestion will be Resolved that the emal should take the leading part in courtship Those who will take part in the debate are as follows normative Negative Ira Behtn Mayme DeHaven Mr Carrie Elizabeth L May tVm White Lawrence Murray Mrs J P King J D BabbageJr Jessie Lamb Stnart Bvobage IRVINGTON H H Kemper spent Thursday in Louisville O S Dickey Cloverport was in our city Sunday Go to McG1o han Piggott fur your Oat Seeds 45c a bu Dr L B Moremen was in Louisville Friday on business Mrs U C Heron was in Stepens port Saturday on DusinessIBorn to the wife of John Liver last Thursday Feb 22 a fine girl Ciarence Penick and son spent last Friday sad Saturday in Louisville Miss Eula Hensely Hardlnsbnrg was the guest of Mrs Bate Herndon Sunday Miss Lucile Cunningham retnrned nnday from a short visit to relatives- tBrandenburgMiss has returned ibm a several days visit to her parents in Louisville DrE P Dempster Giendeane was here the first part of last week the gnest of his son Victor Pile spent Thursday and Friday in Hardinsburg the guest of rela ives and friends Rev J T Lewis Cloverport was thl guest of his mother at Basin Springs last Thursday Miss Grace Watkins Elizahethtown rrived last Wednesday to attend the ludd Haynes wedding Wm Raysdale Evansville Ind spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs t F Biggs Mrs Dellla Blythe of near Clover port was the guest of Mr arid Mrs T K Blythe last week The Ladies Reading Club will meet vith Mfs W J Piggott Friday with lev E W Graves as leader Miss Coral Whitinghill Giendeane rrived last week to take charge of the spring school here Monday Mrs A B Coleman will leave this week for a lengthy visit to her danght er Mrs Will train at Louisville Capt Proctor returned to Louisville Monday after being the gnest of Mr and Mrs Herndon for a few days Will Powell and family will move to West Point some time this week where he has a position in the Extension t CATARRHI Elys Cream Balm it quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased mem brane It cures Catarrh and drives nnnJHead quickly Ite SAY FEVERstores the Senses of DrofigistsI ElyBrothers 50 Warren Street New York Mrs Nora Board and children have returned from a short visit to Mr and Mrs Chnrie Beard at Hardinsbnrg Miss B Ada Drury returned to her homo in Louisville Sunday after lAinl the gnnst of Mrs R B McGlothlan Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plank of Cloverport were toe guests of Mr and Mrs CL Chamberlain Saturday Dr H W Wimp Stephenaport came Sunday to be with his parent for a few days oefore he goes to Nevada to locate Mr and Mrs J F Waycomb and children were the guests of Mr and Mn Wnrfield of Louisville for a few days last WletC Miss Clarie Jolly returned from Lonisvile Sunday where she has beer the guest of the Misses Almstead asher brother Edwin at Beechm- ontBEWLEYVILLE Mrs Tom Carter 16 visiting friend in Louisville C D Hardaway was in Elizabeth town last week Mae Lean Pate hAs returned from a visit to West Point U E Diary and Miss Albert Drury spent Sunday with Mrs Robt McGlothan at Irvington D U Reran attended lodge at Stepnenspoit Saturday night Mrs Will Robertson Sample iis visiting her grand father Joel Jardan Lightening strnck n strawrick be longing to C H IJrnry Saturda night Miss Willa Drury Irvington visited the family of Jno C H Drury sever al days last week Miss Maude Johnson Garfield win is visiting her slater Mrs Hugh Hat daway attended churca here Sunday Miss Fannie Hardaway who is lit tending school at Elizabethtown won the gold medal in the oratorical contes last week Congratulations to tannie The Womans Foreign Missionary Society met with Mrs U P Harda way last Friday afternoon A very interesting meeting and the treasure leported the funds all up for the year LaGrlppe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows LaGripp but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It cures lagrippi coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and rtfnse any substitute offered Mr G Vacher of 157 Os good St Chicago writes My wite had a severe case of lagrippo three years ago and it left her with a terrible cough She tried a bottle of Fol leys Honey and Tar and it gave Immediate relief A CO cent bottle cured her cough entirely Retuse snbstitut EsSold bv A R Fisher R D Witt has bought a farm near Brandenburg from J W Brown for X1000 cash 92 acres This farm was sold through an ad in the want columns of the News Mr and Mrs A G Wright of Ly onia left Feb 20 for Alton Kansas for a three weeks visit to her brother R A Patterson whom they have not seen for seven years Bd sure to see John Nenbnner in his sidesplitting Coon specialties be tween the acts of A Regular Flirt Tbnr day evening March 1 at Oelzes Hall r 1 YourWants WantsSupplied fWo are fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing in our lino with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties- QJowolry watches or anything that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right HWo respectfully solicit your patronage T C LEWIS SON HARDINSBURG KY Y I DR R P KEENE 1 TAYL RoKEENE ffi IT IIIDENTISTS m OF OWENSBORO II Will be In Dr Llghttoots omco on week out of each month prepared to I JyJJ 1 1 Date will be announced laterp A 7 h 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contestants Fannie was awarded the gold medal Father Bray has had a fine halftone cut made of the Catholic church and bls home and will have postcards tinted with the pictnio on them The lut shows up both the church and par onage well Father Brey has ordered a supply for his personal use The ards will be on sale at the News office MEET ME AT NOLTES n New ClothingThe That Sells n U Nice lot of Clothing for Men direct from the Clothing Center in Blacks and Novelties Or if you prefer we can take your measure and fit you perfectly and please you greatly J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky favorite It reliable sweet nutritious Try m X rE carefully safeguard IF 1 the interests of our rI More over we frequently do it un l known to them as oppor IK tunities often come to us in KW confidential ways jJ jj jj YOUR BUSINESS r yyAllt business entrusted to y us will receive prompt and careful attention Highest 1 f tI INSURED AGA I X S TI 1 f 1 VATIVK HOARD OF 1 t miiEcrous EFFICIENT OFFICERS I in Bank of Cloverport Cloyerport Ky m Had Its Origin In New York Washingtons Birthday has so long been a legal holiday observed through out the entire United States that few New Yorkers are aware that the pac tics cf celebrating the day had its origin in Manhattan and that the Tammany Society was responsible for the first public celebration It actual ly had its origin however through the gratitude of an old negro woman named Mary Simpson whom Washing ton freed from salvery She lived in I a tiny house at John and Cliff streets and supported herself by selling dairy products and paitry On the twenty second of each February she baked a huge cake of a kind especially used by her former master which she called Washingtons cake This to gather with a bowl of punch and a pot of steaming coffee she set ont for her aristocratic customers while upon the wall hung a portrait of Washing ton and beneath that stood a small leather bound trunk nearing the in itals G Both of these latter ar tidies the President had given her New Yon Sun A WRONG Impression if you think it makes no difference what brand of flour you provide for your household If you desire good nutritious wholesumefoods- you 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 FLOUR is the is it Cadick Milling Co GrJSfkd Icustomers Wjj 1deposlsp mII W CADICKSGOLD parrKrrtrrrrr KKrrrrrrrrK- a j No Waiting Here i t Just tell us how much 2 lumber you need We shave all kinds of x or Framing material j jjand choice Poplar and i x Walnut is ready for 5 youj the thing unable ft t to get so quick 1 k before fa Let us have your i order today Your House Barn or Y Stable may need re a ja pairs a a SaSeaton Weatherholt ji Gloverport Ky i j fillAitiCitilAiitilA lAit tililSlkilRwaS1 a ALMOST EVERYBODY appreciates modern conveniencies 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 132 West Harrison Street Chicago III Capt and Mrs J H Rowland celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary Sunday with a dinner party Those present were Mr and Mrs C P Bab bage and son Henry of Owenslwro and Mr anti Mrs J D Babbage ubscribe for the News Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic IMS stood the test 25 years Average Annul Saks over One and a Half MBoa ottIeI Dos tIW1 record ofmast peII to YOtlNo Cure No Pry Soc taclosN willa tnnrY fouls ft Tw Cab pacKaa ai Cfrowi Malt hoot uvw Ms a r Land Office Frederick H Newell Chief Engineer of tho Reclamation Service and Gifford Plnchot Chief of tho Bureau of Forestry has during the course of two years made a study o tho public lands condition and h brought In a report which has beenI forwarded to Congress by tho with a special message recouimuuulng the repeal of the Timber and Stow Act and the substitution of a rational forest policy of selling only the stump ago from tho public timber lands retaining tao lands for future timber growth recommending tho radical amendment of tho commutation clause of the Homestead Act and a like amendment of tho Desert Land Act In such manner a to require actual residence tand Improvement under both a the latter named laws amounting to their practical repeal The provisions of this report are highly satisfactory to tho Forestry and Irrigation Committee of the NationalI Board of Trade which believes that their enactment into law strictly en forced would do away with land andI policies Board has consistently striven Tho present indefensible land pollrv of the United States Is resulting in a actual money loss to tho government annuallyini the destruction of all chances for a futuro timber supply In the building up of lordly landed estates in tho West of tens and hundreds of thousands of acres in single ownerships Instead of providing for the creating of thousand- of small rural homesin short In the mismanagement and wasto of the greatest resource ever possessed by any nation on earth The attention of our lawmakers in Congress should bo urgently called to the fact that while they are attempting economy In tho expenditure of money they aro allowing laws to remain in force under which by far tho most VbeingklesslyUnder tho Timber and Stone Act tho sales of public timber lands dur lug the last five years have been as follows Year Acres 1902 1901 39G445G15452fi398 1903 17C522243 1905 1904 130020130G9CC770C 470986038 A large oportlon of those lands have been In the heavily timbered bolt of the far Northwest mid is of the class of timber described by tho Secretary of the Interior in his report for the n Cal year ended June 30 1903 In which he says The Timber and Stone Act will if not repealed or radically amended rev suit ultimately in the complete destruc lion of the timber on the unappropriat eJ and unreserved public lands The rapidity with which the public timbered lands aro being denuded of their timber and the opportunity offered under the Timber and Stone Act for tho fraudu lent acnufoition of title to public tim IIP red lircls at tie uniform price of 250 per ariri wnen they are in many instan s worth forty times that ffjlioj has 11 heretofore set forth in the pages of nv annual reports and those of my predecessors Hundred Million Dol nr Waste But estimating the values only of the 4709860 acres of timber land disposed of in tho last five years and at only 25 per acre tho government has in that time parted with the title of worth 117740500 The price receive- for this land has been at the uniform rate of 250 per acre or 11774650 a loss to the government of over 100 000000 Your committee endorses tho recommendation of the President and his Public Lands Commission for tho repeal of this Timber and Stone Act an l the substitution of a rational Imblictimberthe government the stumpage only to be disposed of at its market value Under such a plan as this and under an agreement whereby one half tho proceeds could be devoted to the For estry Service and tho other half to the Irrigation Fund two policies of great internal improvement and importance could be generously main tamed while at the same timo tho forestry question would be to a great beinglumberedserve the young growth and leave tho forest as a perpetual source of income to the nation and at the samo time supplyIf have been lost to the government under tho above showing were at hand a score or more of enormous Irrigation projects could reclaimingfromdesert land and enormous areas of througtheeast of the Mississippi committeeisof tho creation of federal forest re serves to preserve the water supply of eastern steams upon the continued flow of which depends much of ou manufacturing activity Tin western half of the United States has over 100 000000 acres set aside in national forest reserves as a source of future timber thoflowbutthewhereas the menace to her water sup ply from forest destruction is equally as great Large areas in the Southern Appalachian and White Mountain itauges should bo created Into forest- t reserves SFur Eastern forest Reserves In a speeca ai Halolgu N C on October 20th last J esldent Roosevelt said It is tho upper altitudes of the Crested mountains that ao most valu able to tho nation as a whole especially because of their effects upon tho water supply Neither state or nation can af iord to turn theso mountains over to the unrestrained greed of those who would exploit them at tho expense of the future Wo cannot afford to wait littfor if wo do watt tho vested interests of private parties in them may be come so strongly inkenched that it may bo a most expensive task to oust em If tho eastern states are wise then from the Day ot Fun to the wlf wo wa see within tho next few years a policy sot on foot similar to that so fortunately cart ud out to the- 1hc- oast J Sierras of tho west by the Na government ell tho higher Ap lalachians should bo re ereJ Such investmentnnot only in protection to many inter ests but in dollars and cents to the government The Importance to the southern people of protecting tho south ern mountain forests Is obvious These forests aro the best defense against the floods which in the recent post have during a single munu months destroy nearlygtwice that it would cost to buy the Southern Appalachian Reserve Appalachianiforest regionsdGeorgia is shown by tho statistics of the mills operated by tho water power derived from tho streams having their sources in these mountains In these three states thero are 1G3 mills so operated with a combined capital stock spindlestover 45000 employees The total an nual production of these mills is ap jroximatoly 04000000 Virginia has interests also which Te not Included in tho abovo figures as have also Tenneaco and Kentucky on tho western side of tho mountains A National forest reserve in the white Mountains of New Hampshire Is aO a matter of general concern and vital to tho well being of tho industries of all New England We aro upon tho threshold of great industrial competi flea with tho producing powers of tho world to maintain our supremacy wo must retain our hold upon our cheap water power which through electrical invention is being utilized as never before and greatly aiding to our national prosperity ITho creation of tho Appalachian and White Mountain Forest Reserves can not bo left to the states tho question is an interstate and therefore a na tional one Nearly all the rivers of New iiRand head in the Whito Moun ofssupremo isnriortnnco to ifo industries repreI renting tens of millions of dollars that the forest cover at the river sources shall be preserved and Imnrovcd National delay In the nqul ltion of dangerousrwasteful Timber land which a few years ao conM have been pur chased at 150 to 3 an aero has now rphled anti quadrupled in value Ad ditional delay will mean a further In crease in cost Congress should act at once and preserve from destruction ono of tho greatest resources of the intlonl I s I ntheor I Deeds tbls Teleocnpe to at04 the I1ln In rrupwsata t e mdnt mal or tmo dtappeeratlntetyalsandmoveInlTefeeoope ralttvelysuch agrrl1 Tloen was pevpr 11011l tor thus prtta a rt re riee rIPOtTrtercnpes to em Mmade bT oc ot tltelaymtmannfartarenot FIInpenu eloed lit Inrhes andopen a J2 Inpectlonand6Stlnohincironmference TbeyemlrranonndIfrsMsfrtyCanonepehendtoxelnd dwtortolwltb Powerful fenesdntidratly rrrottndnd tlJIIk i rIInrautud by the Maker lIentu rs3OOttLvery m nnftrmershoeldI t eleICT With YewarruateechrhecoiejustareprracutcdortannerHfnd SICK LOXGWORTUS FATHER Was One of the First Men of Ohio interesting Incidents of Lite Congressman Nick Longworth the Presidents soninlaw Is a millonalre of Cincinnati His family is ono of the oldest and most aristocratic of that city His father Judgo Longorth was as able a man as ever sat on tub su preme bench of the State and withal one of the youngest Ho resigned this position as he did not care to take life 00 seriously after passing fifty When Uo died ho was a colonel on dov McKlu teys staff death resulting from ex posure on an inauguration day Judgo Longworth was a man not only beloved but brilliant His courtship Jr his wife mother of the present Con gressman began when both were but olx years old She was then little Sue talker Some years before tho Judgo lied ho built a small steamboat for leauro trips on tho Ohio river Ho ailed it the CO It was an odd name and people wondered what it meant Some said it stood for Cincin lati Ohio others said R meant Come off but the judge would not make pubic tho origin of such an odd christen Ing Years later no told this story As n boy ho had fallen In lovo with Sue Walker and confided his affection to his mother who wished to encourage him in writing and advised him to express its lovo in a letter Ho Md BO but did not know how to spell Sue Ho pondered a While then rea soiled that if ospelled do co ought to spell Sue That was tho way ho addressed his first love letter and when ho was a man grown dear C 0 I Ucaroo his wife and tho mother of his son tho present congressman The mother still keeps and prizes her first declaration of love Judgo Longworth was once travel Ing in Italy Ho was in a forward car with a friend and when his wife sent word for him to como back to her tho I judge remarked Wo had best take all our things as tho dago marquis hero might swipe them This remark was made concerning a swarthy looking man in the opposite scatrlhe judge vas only Joking thinking too that tho Granger did not understand English Marquishandeda sure enough marquis and ho knew English The card meant a duel but Longworth was equal to the occasion for ho responded Why hello Marquis glad to meet you Tho offended nobleman had to laugh and tho two be came good frineds At another time tho judgo conceiv ed tho plan of living a few days with tho bandits in Thessaly With sever organized tains of upper Greece They found a famous robber chief and told him they wanted to havo a social visit with him and his men A bag of gold was giv en tho outlaws and for two weeks Longworth and his party saw much of a section and people which had been a sealed book to even the near est Inhabitants They hunted and nlayed games but the robbers com mitted no crimes during the visit When the stay was over tho chief escorted them to the frontier and saw thorn in safe hands there was a price on his head and beyond a certain line he dared not go The judgo often remarked that ho never enjoyed a trip more e Only hardshell nuts should bo fed to park squirrels The teeth of a squlr rel grow so fast that he needs hard shell nuts to keep them at the proper growsoj PIGMY ICELAND PONIES Pets In Parlors of London Society Twcntytieht Inches tliuii London society has a bad case of tho zoologicals Tiger cats gentle littleII lemurs gazelles with their brown eyes fretful porcupines and anteaters have in turn been made pets but they have all been dethroned as rulers of petdom by tho parlor ponies of Iceland These tiny creatures nro tho funniest little things imaginable They are no larger than a Newfoundland dog their height is twentyeight inches slightly less than that of tho ordinary I LOOKS LIKE A DIG TOY table are as woolly as sheep and quiet as lambs Seven of theso little fellows were imported by Mr Jnmrach tho natural ist and ho insists that they aro quite at homo and well mannered In the house and that a baby might safely play with them Two of tho herd are chestnuts two mouse ono bay ono black but the pick of tho bunch the smallest of all has a long cream colored coat and a tall that sweeps tho floorAll seven were bought at 75 each on the first day of their exhibition Ono of tho customers is an intimate friend of tho Queen so that It Is quite probable that a pigmy pony will find a royal mistress IStoker in First Locomotive Lctchworth Cox who was a stoker on the first locomotive that ever got up steam in America celebrated his 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to the people of Haw esvilleanrt in fact the county at larg the Clarion is able to say that a union has been consummated between the members of tho Baptist churchI worshipping at the Court House and1 the members of the Christian church who live in and near Hawesville the Known as the Christian church A taw weeks ago or on Februay 5tb Evangelist W J Hudspeth whose home is Hopkinsville came into our I town and began to preach at night I in the Court House The audiences I were small at tho Iwgining but steadc r rIygrew larger as the meeting progress ed The people heard thin with 1 great deal of surprise and delight be t cause of tho fact that so many of the thfaP teachings of the church hA represents bnt Mr Hudseth being Superintend cc ent of Mission Work in South Ken tucky among his potpie came as a cerepresentative man and as such tit thlayc e It cardinal principles of the church he nl represents is that ot union among th apeopleof God and tM difference be gn worhonitshipptng at the 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preparation containing all these medicinal curative and bodybuilding ealielements free from oil or greeast tanmust be the best strength creator possi pmoducethe oJInVinol you know what you are talc lug for everything it contains is named on tie label of every of every bottle zz This is why Vinol is so unqualifiedly recommended by physicians and guaranteed by over two thousand of the leading druggists of the United 1 States an a bodybuilder and strength creator for old people weak women I1 puny children after sicKness and for I all pumonary diseases The doctor J Knows what he Is Riving and the patient Knows what he is taking 1 A member of the firm of Short i Haynes save We sell Vinol on a 1 positive guarantee that it is and will 1 do all we claim for it or refund money without question 1 This in itself proves the truth of all I statements published about Vinol in Q 1 this paper Short Haynes Drug gistsWferec I t recII NEWS NOTES I bel sugargfcfJJahort tons tlForesry work which has grown to a I d r position of recognized Importance In on the United States may be said to be ajj Ly product of the past eight yearsInl Acknowledging that Its method of hr llstrlbuting practically pure cultures atotnitrogen fixing bacteria dried on nr cotton has not proved entirely satis agricultureh inlaEmail tubes hermetically sealed Kansas prairIe hay noW sells In Chi cago with the choicest timothy at 18 a ton says Kansas Farmer Quietness in the western broom corn twido if reported especially at Chicago 1 with a wide range of prices according to tDe quality of the product SHORT HAYNES TEST Sold Hyomel for Years And Know Will Cure Catarrh Short Haynes have given Hyoniei a most thorough and remarkable test For a long time they have offered to refuna the money to any purchaser of Hynioei If it tailed to benefit The remedy has made so mat cures among their customers that have urged its use in the most chron lo cases of catarrh Breathed for a few minutes four times a day through the inhaler that comes witn every outfit soothes the irritated mucous membrane of the nose throat and lungs kills the catarrnal perms and Tes ur complete health Its healing untie p tic fragrance penetrates to the most re mote air passages us no medicine taken Into the stomach can possib 7do Immediate relief almost alwa follows the use of Hyomei and great benefit is seen after a few days treat 1wlnt 0The complete Hyomei outfit cos only 1 ann consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the pocket or purse and will last a lifetime a medicine dropper and a bottle of Uyomei If this is not sufficient for a complete cure additional bottles ot Hjomei can be obtained for CO cent Compare this small expense with ra member too if Hyomei does not euro Short ti Haynes will return you money MESERVEBIDDLE MIe88 county came to Hawesville Thursday HoneBfl by Rev B F Lawhern Mr Meserve was formerly a Hancock county boy living until a short time since at Chambers The bride is a very pre posessing young ladyClarionF- rightfully Burned Chits W Moore a machinist ofi Furls City Pa had his hand high fully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bncklens Arnica Salve with the usual result a quick an1 pefect cure Greatest bealeJ on earth for Burns Wounds Stores Ezema HaynlsIDruggistsAn Artist in Words From Joseph Bucklin Bishops A Friendship With John Hay in tthe March Century- It is hard for those who knew and loved Hay ami all wno knew him did love himto reconcile themselves to the thought that he can draw no more pictures for us that this admirable1 and perfect and rarely matched artist In words can delight us no more forever As he said of the voice of his son his own is still sounding in our ears It was in every fiber and tone the voice of the intellectual man of the scholar and the gentleman a voice that itself was music and the rnupio of a pure and gentle and noble soul1 And the words to which the music was set Who that has had the ex qnsite pleasure of listening to that iIn- comparable speech with its unerring and instinctive use of the only right word in every case its olear cut and incisive enunciation the constant play of a humor that was next door neighbor i to melancholy and the finer because i of that close association ca ever forget it think of its loss without- a pang Failed All efforts have failed tc find a better remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than Foeys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals the lunge and prevents serious results fro a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writesIILast winter I had a bad cold in my lunge and tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit A friend recommended Folevs Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consider it the greatest cough and lung medicine iin the world Sold by A R Fisher United Christian churches have power to prevent all between Christian nationsA who once baa rough horny hands made them soft and smooth with Witch Hazel Salve but ne used the genuinethat bearing the name E C D Witt Co Chicago Fo 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 In cold weather blanket your horses while stopping CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Oughtt Bears the- Signature i of Vs iitr+ WASHINGTONS ItBIRTHDAY CELEBRATED napIYpiness fo youth in the brignt facts of nearlytwo score of children the sing lug of songs the saying ot speeches the hosting and waving of flags tho happeningitin a mighty whirl wind of joy and pleasure marked the one hundred and GeorgeesWasnlngton at the city school The program as it was rendered is given below songlyby Josie Hall yaReading by Fred Adams containing negro dialect with which Fred made a big hit by his cute manner of read ising It- Song by Inbelle Burn Tola Babb age Louise Nicnols Eula McCracKen and Rosa Sippel Recitation by Clarence Adams Recitation by Carltou King Fred Adams and James Fitch PsDitzenbancb Byron Whitehead Owaa Berry Homer Morrison Arthur Bruns Eldred Babbage Fred Pierce James 1Vliftorwas the caption and Frank Hall the color sergeant Recitation by Pauline Nichols Recitation by Gertrude Gregory Recitation by Lucile LaNeave Eula McCracken Louise Lewis Bertha Per gekips and Rosa Newton Song by Yewell Holder Mayine Hawkins Marie Pine Quint McCoy Pearl Agnew Jove Hall Willie Roe Fred Pierce OrA Bowlds Lncile La Neave Cullen White Rosa Newton and Edna Weisenberg Recitation by Clarence Adrfme Ever ett Noble Anna Bell Morrison Rosa Sipped Norman Gregory and Isabelle I Burn Dialogue by Mabel Hawkins and Yeuell Holder Recitation by Mnrie Pined Flag drill by Isabelle Burns Louise Lewis Bertha PerKin Eda Worsen I berg Ora Bowlds and Mary Kinder Ethel Keys Ruby Hawkins Rosa Newton and Lucile LaNeave Partici pants wore long streamers ana did their drill well Short talk by Miss Jennie Patterson teacher of the intel medllote depart ment thanking those present for their interest manifested by their presence and extending an invitation to everyone to visit the intermediate depart ment at any time America closing song by all pre sen i The school room was full and many sat in the windows stood up and a few contented them selves with stand nig loom at the door The crowd was made up of young and old The celebration was under the ans Ices of the Intermediate Club Miss Patterson should be given inunn credit for efforts preparing this enter taintuent Such things make school life entertaining for the children Common Colds Are The Cause of Many Serious Deseases Physicians who have gained a nat tonal reputation as analysists of the- o cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold could he avoided all a long list of dangerous ailments would never be heard of Everyone knows that pneumonia and consumption originate from a cold and chron- Ic catarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung doable are aggravated and freshmattack Do not risk your life or take chances when you have a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will cure it before these diseases develop This 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 sale by Short Haynes Clover Port Atmosphere There Is a wide difference of opinion among the learned men of the world as to what would be the effect of wholly removing the atmosphere Some think that If It were possible to llvo after i ward all till stars planets etc would be visible in broad daylight Others declare that there would be no day and seenrunder such conditions LaGrlppe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows LaGrlppe but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar Tt cures lagrippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and a consumption Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr G Vacher of 157 Os good St Chicago writes My wire had a severe case of lagrippe three 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who wero now gath ering about tho board wero coal miners on their way to tho shafts Hero and1 there wero electricians Tho vastness of tho power station from which the had come was no moro than suggestedI from where tho crowd stood tho build ings being partially hid In a grovo oft treesTho groups of miners and electri- fans were almost silent They seemedl t to havo exhausted comment and sur mise and to bo waiting for tho tangible to take placo of conjecture On the Verge of War In Washington tho federal news edi tor apparently had worn out himself and his staff in keeping up a detailed account of the allnight session of Con press As daylight came the service i wobbled and what had been a connected well sustaned story of congres sional proceedings had slumped to a series of jerky bulletins of which tho lost had come a halfhour before reading i Williams still has the floor Ho Is making no headway against tho major ity War seems Inevitable To the men starting for the shafts this carried no news which they had no known before they had gone away a few hours earlier to get such sleepii and rest as they could While they stood watching another bulletin came- Congress has taken an hours recess for breakfast No action The coal miners in the crowd read this and then started for work Soon there were left only a few scattered HE WAS SPELLBOUND THE VEHEMENT croups j but tho shockheaded electri clan still sat on tho curb and smoked his black pipe Mall by IrshlpaA speck developed in tho eastern sky and drew nearer enlarging rapidly Then tho Washington mall came into sight and landed at the arcoplano sta tion near the entrance to tho power station A mall clerk camo down tho = elevator after tho sacks had been thrown Into tho chute Ho was ques tioned eagerly by tho men still standing about tho bulletin board but had nothing of news later than that which the bulletins bad given themII As ho stood talking another message was flashed on the boardaWilliams says that opposition to the majority will cease War will bo declared before night At that the shockheaded youth arose suddenly from tho curbstone walked rapidly through the gates and on Into the grounds of the power slatlonII Vast Central Power Station The Susquehanna Coal and Power District supplying not only Washington but New York with electricity for nil purposes of light heat and power was the largest of tho government power areas Into which tho country was divided Its coal mines were of the greatest extent its power station gigantic and Its employees an army New York with Its millions and Wash ington with its Institutions secured all t power from tho wires charged by the 1 dynamos of tho Susquehanna District The shockheaded electrician kept his rapid stride through the grounds unUlII ho camo to a onestory brick building marked over its doorway with the word Administration It was surrounded by beds of sweetpeas watch a gardner then was watering The young man wont up the graveled walk 11 without looking to right or left pushed open the door went tho length of the inner han turned to tho right and knocked at a closed wr Ho was told to erter and did so taking off his cap A middleaged grayhaired spectacled man sat at a desk In tho center x of tho room He did not look tip until tho young electrician was standing be sldo his desk Then ho glanced at him sldowlso inquiringly BusyA1Mr Shod said the younger man 1I want a two weeks Icavd of absence atoback his hair In an abstracted pro occupied manner Tho young man waited for an answer without repeating his petitionGo to work said Shod finally seeming to dismiss tho request as pre posterous Ho had started to speak andyiio brought his fist down on tho desk as ho added sharply Atslns you make mo think your crazy Havent you read the bulletins chiefcWo expect you to run double capacity rom tho Instant war Is declared Leave of absence Man go back to workAtsins became confused and awk wardly abashed but ho persisted nevertheless urging great necessity- If you even ask again cried Shod becoming thoroughly angry Ill havo you locked up for attempting desertion Daring Plan Explained Ho wheeled around in his chair and busied himself with tho wires leading off tho keyboard on his desk Atsins hesitated an Instant and then suddenly lost his awkwardness and becamo alert He bent over his senior speaking rapidly energetically and sharply Ho drew om tho Inner pocket of his blouse a print spreading it before Shod The anger of tho older man gave way to astonishment Ho was held spell bound by tho youngers vehement ex planation until finally Atsins ceased talking folded up his print returned it to his pocket and stood waiting Shod contemplated him silently for several moments Then ho said You have a chance It Is too great a chance to lose It might bo our sal HELD DY EXPLANATION vatlon Ill Inform tho chief Ho reached over toward tho keyboard nut Atsins put out a restraining hand held him shaking his head In- vigorous protest Well I guess you aro right there too tho older man said do as you think best Catches Airship for Capital Atsins turned away Instantly and again with rapid stride went through tho grounds On looking at his watch ho broke into a run heading for the aeroplane station By quick sprinting i ho reached tho lift just as it was mak ing Its last trip up to connect with the fast Washington mall ship It touched ho camo out on tho platform and ho was aboard just In time IL In tho early history of the nation thero had been a much applauded I maxim In time of peace prepare for war tho peoplo had never deviated their policy of applauding and Ignoring this wisdom of ono of their earliest statesmen Tho nation had never lost its complacencyhad never succeeded In disillusioning itself It Imagined Itself peaceful but in realitY- it was quickest to resent an injury fancied or real surest to raise a popular demand for war and least prepared- to carry it on- Nation In a TranceII With the selfdeceiving theory that they were not a militant people they J had continued to delude themselves in tho lot that war for them was next to Impossible Their history a record of conflicts made costly because under taken without preparation did not servo to destroy this illusion it wasI i rnrt of tho national life Now popular outcry was forcing another wnr At any moment Conoresa which had been in tho throes of dnhnte for three days might open hotllitles with a declaration Across the Atlantic as tho military men of the nation knew a martial peo plo were holding themselves In re straint confident In their inbilltv found ed on thorough preparation Tho na tion In general knew this but allowed Itself no thought of tho Inovltabl product of incompetence urged Into action by rashness In all this Unprepared country none appreciated so thoroughly the In pending danger as did Montrus the ut- ortutmto commander ih clllef of tl1e small military force- sCommander In Despair Ho had been dean of tho Department of electricity In tho national unlvei slty when transferred to tho mllltar service having prior to this been an instructor In ono of the national mil tary schools In appearance ho wn scholastic his figure spare and bent his hair and eyes gray and his face alnjowled Ho was alone in his office lookln out of tho window across tho Potoma tho only inactive figure in tho Wa Departmentwhen one of his aides er ered tho room Curtis had been located said the aide Ho is at Kiel Wo got his slg nal followed by some code which Is being transcribed Another aldo camo In Curtis says ho is effectually hidden and can send electrlgraphs if we cat ako them Where Is he asked Montrus eager lye Scouting the Upper Air Ho says ho Is out of tho path of their scouts and thinks ho Is safely posted Ho must bo above them Can you reach him Wo have but ho warns us not to try often I suppose his position Is precarious at best Tell him to send what ho can an swered Montrus Ill go into tho tower to take It A hundred yards farther us tho Po omac stood a gigantic tower the exact longitude and latitude of which was burned in the memory of every opera tive In tho secret service To thld1I Montus and his aides hastened belph1I carried directly to the summit by While tho aides adjusted the films and reflector of tho electrophotogra pher Montrus stood at tho railing look ing out over tho peaceful river scene and drumming his fingers on tho wooden bars I think It Is coming said ono of of tho aides finally and the general stepped over to adjust about his head tho hood which shut all light from I tho eyes looking at the reflector Looking Across the OccnnII At first this remained Inky darkness Then came little of dim light which rippled wavesII surface Theso ripples becamo strongI er indistinct shapes unrecognizableI and mystic seemed to depths They cleared away and grew up in their place the forms theroI citys roofs and towers which revealed in distinct outlines for a moment and then seemed to drop further and further down into tho reflector White fleecy clouds camo between tho eye and the citys roofs tho lat ter growing less and less distinct There was a sweep of a dark object athwart tho clouds It crossed tho en tire reflector blotting It out in black ness again but light followed almost Instantly Again nothing but the white clouds but finally a faroff flock of specks which canto nearer and nearer until they stood out each distinctly and separately clearcut In outline and Identity There they stood Aerial Torpedo Boats Montrus almost held his breath as he ran his eyes over them For ten min utes ho studied Then ho drew the hood from his head and looked out over tho river sceno again A hundred I should say ho re marked at last quietly but In great bitterness Every ono ready In twentyfour hours from tho tlmo those awful fools In Congress declare war those hundred torpedo ships will bo here Tell Curtis wovo seen enough With that ho went back to his office and In moodiness took his post by the window again Nothing ho could plan could avert tho calamity ho had seen in readiness Presently ono of the aides camo in again A government electrician Is out side ho announced and Insists on seeing you Wo have done everything to get rid of him but throw him off tho grounds To man stopped and waited expect antlyTell him said Montrus angrily but stopped Let him In ho con cluded sullenly- Young Inventor to the Rescue Tho aide went out and camo back with tho shockheaded electrician who lad spent tho night before by tho bulle tin board His embarrassment was great but his earnestness equalled It- Tho former showed in his awkward posture and twitching fingers tho latter in tho direct look with which he sought tho generals eyes Well exclaimed Montrus sharply- I have a concentratorI want you to look at ItI thought ho began excitedly but ended brokenly in tho race of a cold stare from Montrus Hero it Is ho concluded unfolding tho prints Montrus cast ono careless and a second interested glanco at tho plans Ho drew up a chair and studied them tbo moodiness giving away to keen ap ircclation Then ho pushed them sway You seem to have something ho said Some other tfme if theres anything left of this country some ether tlmo Ill look at them But not low I cant now Death to Distant Fleet But you dont understand ex clamed Atsins quickly and vehement lY Nows tho time dont you see That will direct a million voltstwo nllllon volts accurately to any die tance at any object Man If It works if it will do Itdont you see Montrus stared at the shockheaded boy In a daze Atsins held himself in check and leaned forward Will tho ships nt Kiel ever leave their moorlncrs If It works ho asked drawing In his breath sharply The two men looked at each other and as Montrus stored he saw also In his mental vision thoo hundred dark snnns on the fneo of the refleetor Then ho nresqpfl a Bftrles of buttonsI on his desk nnd men entered from different doors Take thIs young mnn Mr Not a name said Atsins Justt an idea Take this Idea continued Montrus speaking rapidly to Sending Statlo 10 tho largest Let him direct any changes ho desires Tell Susquehann to give us ten times the usual power from now until notified otherwise The men started to obey and Atslni to follow his guides when Montru stepped to him holding out his hands 1 hope you succeed he sai- dII caut fall stammered th young man To be continued ACTIVE XOltlVEGlAX WOMEN Occupy Good Positions as Steward on luusiing Steamers Bright young women In Norway find a rational and congenial employmen In a vocation which has not been Ii vaded by their sex in this country Tho many steamers that plow tho Norwe gian fjords and Scandinavian estuarIes and rivers employ young women to seo to tho commlsirat and to arrange for the personal comfort of traveler on board Their official designation is that of auxiliary ships officer That their occupation is a pleasant one is proved by the numerous applications at steamboat offices from young Dan ish Swedish and Norwegian ladles anxious to secure such positions This life on tho inland lakes and rivers is stated in fact to bo immensely popular with the strong and energetic girls of Northern Europe That tho duties Involved necessltato a girls having a head on her shoulders goes without saying and many of the applicants arc daughters of either naval or profes slonal men such as lawyers and doctorsIt the duty of thd auxiliary ships officer to ascertain from the purser of the ship how many passengers are booked on the outgoing voyage and to lay in her provisions accordinglywith an eye to ample supplies at tile same time avoiding any risk In the matter of waste Sho is further responsible for tho tastefully laid table and for such additional houselinen as may bo required In tho cabins during tho voyage Plate china and even kitchen Utensils are generally her own prop erty so that she must necessarily pos sess business ability In her selection and care Payments are arranged at much per head and the lady steward Iso the profits over and above tho act expenses and beyond this may de upon complimentary contributions nom the traveler which being a cus tomary thing may bo offered and accepted without offense Such an occupation with Its self respect ing Independence and its breezy openair surroundings Is healthful and exLilorat ng whilo tho constant stream 01 passengers and tourists both old new tends to tho formation of andI acquaintances at all seasons of Another post filled by women on board the Norwegian mall steamers is that of postal official Two of these young ladies always travel together their solo duty consisting in carrying tho mail bars to and from tho points of embarkation and arrival During tho voyage tho tlmo of these girls Is practically their own and they gener ally may bo seen employing it In producing those muck admired Hosfilds foernlngs the beautiful Norwegian embroideries to bo met with In such rich profusion throughout the Scandin avian lands These post ladles how over never allow their elaborato needle work to jeopardize their official post tion as government employes for long before tho landingstage Is reached both may bo seen cloaked nnd hatted standing as it were at attention By reason of tho precious burdens they bear they aro tho first to leave the boat Miss Roosevelts Turnips The first Instalment of wedding gifts which reached Miss Alico IZoosovclt was turnips tho largest known In tho art of farming Tlicso mammoth affair Colonel Sellers Fruit were shipped to Miss Roosevelt by a tiller o tho soil in Kansas who said that tho proud farmers of this county should not be outdone by the Jewelers and that they have worked hard to produce tho best possible growths this winter with ONLY ONE OFJTS KIND 1ft- rj TZutJ 4ltj- Jl1 F wlUjc a y lh 4flU y Vf rl-1d 41JflIf7tJCll 1tvll which to stock tho cellar of tho future Mrs Longworth Hugo potatoes were also sent from South Dakota where they raise potatoes which aro said to be so largo that ono potato will feed six persons Pumpkins camo likewise from South Dakota each largo enough to fur nlsh pies for the family for one winter If the Longworth couple do not livo on the fat of tho land for at least one sea son it has not been tho fault of the ad miring farmers Hued to Believe I A city man was showing a country cousin through the Metropolitan Muse urnuSee that hunch of old loins over there Retib he said polntin- t one of the showcases well every on of those coins is over three years old Quit vet kiddin i the countryman Why its only l now r I 5000 Rifles FREETO BOYS Jolt rend ue your niinio And sddrepp may 1 tcl yon how to get thl tine rifle Absolutely FREE YOU CAN HAVE ONE As we are golnp to rirt away 6000 of them WomeanlteTcry V ird and thl la an lionrrt straightforward otTer mete by- an uprl who alws troereruyathev agree All w e Mk la that jou do are mlnutMworlcfonte lllsMTery MT that you will bto mrprlwd This Itundomc ItldeUnotI a toy air rifle but U a grmilno Btcfl bine barrel hunting tie th t IIt 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rtrontu tBdcnemeat could Uflnu Write for Our cw till CutulosTodar ln04 rA patw1000Wutraliae of aeaulllol Diamond Write for Our New fjidCnfalTinedrer tcraogloginprfntri rntuluom UIII- OW title and WIlbalD Watches Ladle and Genfs stn from tto to looOOilond III olh kads ot Jewelry dtlh Mir rwan rash Intl ole Select any attlel you whit and II will Le sent on IprI It sum II rlnlt one lIombu there II so fsrwrrr to pay Write for CellO1 Todsya baluo In alibi aqual monthly raaU DIAMOND CUTTERS WATCHMAKERSJEWELERSDepartment CHICAGO ILLINOIS US Ai w i 1i uu4 r b y s t ti 1- v he Breckenridge News b WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 woo I ETURNINGCONFEDERATE CONFEDERATEBATTLE i year ago this month Congress pted the joint resolution auth zing the Secretary of War to urn tho Confederate and Union the flag then in the custody of e War Department to the organ ations that had fought under I em As soon as the resolution as approved the Department 1 egan its work and by the end of I tlno all the flags that could be i Jontified had been distributed ho Governors of the States epeiving them from the Federal thorities It was found how ver that 288 Confederate flags and 16i Union flags were let in the Department it being impos bible to tell by what organizations they had been carried The War Department decided to transfer the Union flags the West Point Military Academy to be kept witli the other relics preserved there What to do with the Confederate flags was a problem It was evident that Congress and tho nation didnot want them a aljicd by the Federal Gover to as trophies but no custod i Wed been named to receive M11iel the Secretary of War ed ro authority to dispose of MajoraeMr1 at ry of the Department sug b bat tho unidentified flags tend bo given into the keeping jo of the Confeorato memorial BceStorical societies to he prod with tho care that those in followed them in battle would lad to bestow upon them I poi carry out this appropriate r I the House Committee on I g airy Affairs has reporteda jtion autborizing the Secre WB Jf War to transfer the Hags her Confederate Memorial Lit Bop Society of Richmond y the Government will relieve I wes of the lings the retention of PaUi was sure to create not a 1 ill feeling among the turn theSnnna will have a proper resting tCapitalt Uccessftil movement for the jj of the flag is the fact that fasptest against it has been made influentialsumpt porkSun consu years tu Tired Nervous Salirvt Sleepless- Can Sns and sleeplessness arc us arebehinrrr Plereosfoodand thereby the v s aro most t KV TOC Vjt ScottsEmulsionisther4J IP ern method of feeding fait the consumptive Pork is trough for sensitive stomach Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of r nanwUyo UMtnttCs and In the fong 1011 feelpend weakened and with vitality xed Dr Plerces Golden Medically EerytUenvi ulpe ofHonesty In a full list of all Its ke voral ingredients For tho druggist to oifer you something ho claims Is II just as good Is to Insult your intelligence Sat Every ingredient entering Into the worldfamed Golden Medical Discovery has tho unanimous approval and endorse nd went of tho loading medical authorities airof all the several schools of practice No other medlclno sold through druggists for Ch like purposes has any such endorsement The It Golden Medical Discovery not all tho good effects Uint obtained from tho uso of Golden Seal str root In all stomach liver and bowel troubles as In dyspepsia biliousness con ad stlpatlon ulceration of stomach and bowels and kindredy isitstcomppound- viii rc lden Seal root used ti Is greatly enhanced in Its curative ac Lo n by other Ingredients such as Stono ManQtined glycerine The Common Sense Medical Adviser Sent freo In paper covers on receipt of Scent stamps to pay the cost of mall ZI For 31 stamps tho clothbound o will be sent Address Dr R V Buffalo N Y vs Pleasant Pellets cure coo uousnesa and headache 1 PROF CANNON AND LINCLONSTEFFENS Mr Lincon Steflcns came to Washington a few weeks ago and discovered Congress Speaker Cannon is an important adjunct of Congress and Mr Stations sought an interview with him Tli3 interview was no light affair It dealt with basic principles and there was much in it about the Constitution functions prerog athesolomentalrights inherent tendencies and the like The Speaker was sitting squarely on the back of his neck and had con sumed eleven cigars by the time the ordeal was over and Mr Stcff ens had discovered lot of things Then carne a more momentous discovery Uncle Joe lowered his feet pulled himself together and rising laid a paternal hand on Mr Steffens shoulder Mr Steffens he said you are a mighty bright young man You wield a ready and a facile pen I might oven call it trenchant ram glad you came to Washington glad for your sake and for the countrysMr Steffensthe Speaker + voice grew even more earnest cdo you know what I would do with you if I owned you By that I mean if I had control of you as your publishers have1 1ell Id keep you hero in Washington quite a spell Id give you plenty of time to go to the bottom of things Id have you study a great deal of law saturate yourself with Black stone as it were and then Id have you take up the Constitution and study that in the light of the law you had learned And then Id have you turn your attention to the organiza theIput them together again as it were And then Id have you take up our public menthe President the members of his Cabinet and the leaders of Congress and subject them to the closest scrutinysort o turn un Xray on them as it were And thena long pause after about ten years Id have you write something- I dont know added the speaker as he bowed the explorer out of the roomabut that Id have you devote twenty years to study before beginning to write Cleveland Leader A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastol of Sharon BaptistChurch Belair Ga says of Electric Bitters Its a God send to mankind It cured me of lame bacR stiff joints and complete phy sical collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottes of Electric Bittern have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walK ing three more Its made a new man of me It Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Sold under guarantee at Short Haynes Drug Store Price 50c r I tlARFIELD i Raymond Dowell is sick H ClThurman Fordsvillo is visit jng Mrs T M Board I froi4 S J Gray who has been suffering torn bronchitis is better Earl Mattingly who was thought to have appendicitis is better Miss Minnie Poolo has accepted a position as sales lady in Louisville The infant of Mr and Mrs Sherman Haynes near here died the Feb 18 Mrs Mat Payne is the first in the neighborhood to report little chickens Dallas Sprlngate is in from Illinois- on a visit tb his father and daughter Little Miss Bessie B Weatderford Harned is visiting Mother Board at this place Mary Leigh Gregory who is attend ing school in Hardinsburg is home nursing a bonteelon Misa Lydia Macy has gone to Okla homa City for an indefinite visit to her brother Warren Macy Mr and Mrs Paul Compton and babies or Hardinsbarg are visiting their parents tor a few days Brown who recently sold hisnear farm Coster has gone to Okla bourn to try his fortune in the Windy West II t 1v STEPHENSPORT Miss Bell Conn In attending the Nor mal school at Harclinsbnrg P D Hawkins has moved in the old home stead on Orchard Hill Rev Lewis received a telegram last week from CaruthersvilloMo inform ing him that his son Allen who is at that place is not expected to live LOU1BURG Eugene Nortan has returned home lover1portportAuthur Dowell and Mr Simons near Hnrdmsbnrg have returned home after a visit to Cv L Avitts- J B Cashman has letnrued from Iowa where he has been for several weeks visiting ma daughter Mrs Casey and Mr Joe CashmanBlue Bell GARRETT W H Dhonan has been sick Mrs Loe Wall is some bettor at this writingMis Rosa Shacklett and eon App will movo to Thomas Hamiltons farmMarion Walker has moved into the house belonging to Mrs Rebecca SommersOwen Hardin county who has been visiting Edd Bunaer and other relatives has returned home PATESVILLE Mrs J M Fawvnr is on the sick listS U Smith has moved nls family to Cannelton Jns Nix purchased the Hale proper ty owned by Henry Debtor Ding Fred Jarboo purchased the property owned by JAe Nix Misses Auna Lurnu and Mollie Faw ver of this place have closed their school at Dukes Sunday School on Sunday morning at the M K church and afternoon at the Baptist church Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Fol ys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuineAsk for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for chidren and delicate per sonsSold by A R Fisher UNION STAR Mrs T B CArt has been sick Farmers have begun to push their workMrs Latishe Claycotnb has celebrat ed tier 07th birthday- A M McClnre and family started for Oklahoma last week Rev Deuval held his third Quarterly meeting at this place last Sunday Rv J C Argnbright preaches at Shiloh the second Sunday in March S W Barrett while at Irvlngton one day last week was knock down by a loose box car and brousod considorbly A Habit to Be Encouraged The mother who tins acquired the habit of keeping H bottle of Chamber lains Cough Remedy saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxi ety Coughs colds and croup to which children are 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 pievont the attack This remedy contains nothing injurious and mothers give It to little ones with a feeling of perfect security Sold by Short Haynes CHENAULT J B Frymire who has been sick is improvingMrs Jarboe and children left Saturday for Qarnthorsville Mo to resideHorace Scott has gone to Rockport Miss where he had a position await ing him Mrs Scott will go shortly Forrest Fryaire from Louisville spent a few days last week with his parents Mr anu Mrs Jno B Fry mireWalter ONeal has returned from Louisville where he has been under treatment from an operation Wo are glad to learn tnat he is improveing Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocane I Elys Cream Balm releases the secie tions that inflame the nasal passages and tho throat whereas common remedies made with mercury merely drive them out and leave you no better than yon were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real cure not a deln ison All druggists tiOcor mulled by Ely Bros CG Warren Street New York I Blind HeadacheAb- outcc a year ago U writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta GaUI suffered with blind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried IIIIIIWINE CARD UI Womans Relief v I immediately commenced to improve and now I feel like a new woman and wish to v recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE know it will cure them as it did me US Cardui is pure medicinal extract of FREELY NS vegetable herbs which relieves and frankly describing NV female pains regulates female your symptoms wo will functionstonesuptheorgans hyouI envelope Dont hesitate but Try it for your trouble write today Address Ladles Ad jJljJtvisory Dept The Chattanooga Medl Ever druggist sells it dne Co Chattanooga Tenn 100 bottles O MWWIWVW PrranorrrOrrrrrrrrryrrrrwrrrrrrrrR II THE BUSY MANS LINE II f BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis- A S A and Southwest t is VIA t g Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway i0 f t HENDERSON ROUTE J PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLININGI CHAIR CARS x K Special houndtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest and West first and Jothird Tuesdays February and March 1906 V Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on Y Josale daily until April 30th Limit to return May 51 1906 f 5 Secondclass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale first and third r V Tuesdays of February and March 1906 iK Secondclass Colonist Rates to California and Northwest Tickets on salerj daily February 15 to April 7 1906 fc ASK US FOR RATES r- tJot J H GALLAGHER L J IRWIN f J Traveling Passenger Agent General Passenger Agent to ufcAfcfcfcfcXVtfcfcfcfcfcrffcfcVriii O AitRilitAAAititiAil tititA1fitAAA AA7RU STORY OFII A Se OF ES- TRIUMPHS The readers of Uptndate Farming outside of Kentucky Virginia Tenn essee and Wisconsin do not know whit has ben doing in tlnse states toward pace waking in their most important ciop tobacco as a sppclal edition of the paper la printed for those states We must however briefly review the work done by the tobacco growers be cause of the great victories controlled marketing has won for them and to encourage other farmers Less than two years ago A S of E first sent organizets into Kentucky Later into Virginia and brief sideI trips into Tennessee and North Caro lina The tobacco growing section of Wisconsin organized without any outside help At that time tobacco wan selling at an average little over three cents a pound and the growers were quite discouraged The plan of tho A S of E appealed to them however and they took hold of it as we imagine a drowning man grasps and clings to a plank the only one in sight They began to control their marketing and were encouraged to organize when they saw prices mounting upward- In November 1004 they hold theirII first convention in Lynchburg Ya It was there that the first minimum prices were agreed upon for tobacco in the history oC tne industry in the country The prices agreed upon were nearly three times as high as those prevailing before tho organization and by many were considered prohibi tory But later events proved the metal in the men who produce tobaccc The price agreed upon for Kentucky dark tobacco was eight cents a pound aver are Of this type there were put in Equity warehouse a little pore than 2000 hogsheads This understand was of the 1001 crop Un the stored tobacco were issued warehouse receipts and on these evidences the growers were able to borrow some money I in most cases more than the average price received for the crop under the old system Doubting Tnomas thought the growers were taking long chances The trust agents industriously ciroulat ed their stock argument of over pro S dnctlon and we have three years supply ahead But the growers held to the tact as taught by the A S of lE that nil the crops that have been produced in tho past have been con sumed none destroyed and the time must cme when the manufacturers and consumers must have this tobacco and would pay the first owners price if it could not be had for IPSS In the meantime the 1005 crop was grown and it was agreed that the new crop should not go on the market be tore tbe 1004 crop was sold Also it was decided to advance the price of the 1004 crop to cover shrinkage stow age charges interest etc Do you see how the owners acted in- anlndPpeadentspirit that way will be assumed by organized producers of the necessities oi luxuries of life knowing that the other people must come to them in time and on terms wade by themselvesThe all this time were working on stored tobacco ex cept what they could pick up from the dumpers and nonmembers To these oftentimes more than the as sociatlon price was paid in order to discouruae the organized growers and cause them to break away and sell in dependently But boycotts premiums anti all the coaxing threats and induce ments that could be offered availed nothing 1and within the last tew days 1773 hogsneads of the stored tobacco was sold at nine and onequarter cents average watch was one and one fourth cent per pound over the Lynch burg minimum price With the need of supplies so apparent that tho buyers capitulate to the growers on tne lat ters own terms all tbe Holders of to bacco may taste courage that their battle for a fair price and a decent living has been won Thus have the tobacco growers won It was not without a struggle and many people have given of their time tor a cause that they knew way right knowing right must prevail So every important farm industry may organ ize on the A S of E plan for the distributing end and win just as decided and definite victories The only wonder is why they dont hurry up and and do so at once Once done this organization will last for all time giving benefits to the present generation and those who follow for all time Uptodate Farming PARKERS BALSAMCIelll hlrlromoltrrowtNerOrqnalrCurt og5Ocaod PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made 1 by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailor employed J II HUNSCIIE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR 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great factor In a variety of cases both civil and criminal Civilt cases are largely personal Injury dam age to perishable goods as by freezing or rain and loss by fire Tho criminall cases are usually confined to murder trials In most cases claims for dam ages are almost always settled outside of court Information as to tho existing weather conditions having been secured by both sides As a usual thing when an fflcial of tho Weather Bureau appears In court with records to give testimony ho does not know tho character of the suit on trial for it Is generally arranged by the attorneys to put him on tho stand immediately upon his arrival In court and he Is excused after his testimony has been given An observer of the Weather Bureau was once called In a case In which the plaintiff had stated that while she was riding in a street car she attempted to shut a window in order to keep out the raw cold weather As the car reached a curve she was suddenly thrown headlong Into the street The railway Introduced the weather record to show that on tho date of tho alleged accident the weather was warm and sunny and there was no orcaslon for shutting a window The wind records of the Weather Bureau are valuable during trials involving damage by wind such as blowing down of build Ings super structures and flag staffs I the wrecking of vessels on the lakes and ocean etc and seldom is a suit for damage caused by high wind brought In any of tho largo cities that tho Weather records are not called Into courtEvidence Is sometimes desired in a case of damage by lightning Several I years ago a building In Illinois collapsed during a severe thunderstorm I It was Insured by loss against light I fling and not against loss by wind TheII owner claimed full Insurance on the j ground that the destruction of tho house was caused by a bolt of light ning The matter was placed in the c hands of the adjuster who In turn I called to his assistance a scientist then In charge of one of the principal weath er bureau ofllfos to whom by mutual consent the decision was left No Mud on Ills Boots Tho subject of rainfall was Important In a peculiar way in a trial In Con necticut some years ao A burglary had been attempted one night in a prominent residence and the occupants believed that they recognized as the intruder their own coachman who livedI near by in a stable A thunder storm with heavy rain prevailed at that tlmo and shortly afterwards tho officers who had been summoned put the coach man under arrest Ho denied the charge and called attention to the fact that his shoes were not wet and muddy During the trial the Weather records were produced showing heavy rain at the tlmo and the Jury concluded that It was case of mistaken Identity andI the man was discharged Saved Ills LIfeII c Weather Bureau records have figured In some of the most notable murder twasttrials In one Instance an observer called by the defense to show that the night the victim disappeared was dark and threatening This evidence con tradicted that given a witness for the prosecution who had testified that although distant several hundred feet he saw tho accused take tho victim into a factorycI The relations between the Weatier Bureau Station on the Crest i f the lllue Ridge iI and the Weather Bureau are mutually agreeable The value of tho Weather Bureau records is appreciated and theI thorough cooperation of its officials tisI acknowledged With the increase fin the number of observing stations an more comprehensive and complete I meteorological data at hand tlJeweat her service will naturally be a still more Important factor in the adjustment of claims and the trial of suits in which the question of weather in any of itsI phases may enter- Macaroni Wheat Introduction Mention has been recently made of the great value to the American farm er of the Importation of a new variety of wheat known as Durum or macaroni wheat As has been stated this grain has been instrumental In bringing into production land which heretofore hai YJ not been considered valuable for wheat raising The introduction of macaroni wheat aboutrthrough tho pilgrimage to Europe and Asiatic Russia In 1899 of Mark A Carleton of tho Department of Agri culture then the assistant In charge of cereal Investigation Ho was sent there by the Secretary of Agriculture In order to gain all possible Information in regard to macaroni wheat and to select such varieties as would probably succeed In the great grain regions and especially In semi arid portions where the ordinary bread wheats were some times at best but an indifferent crop Mr Carleton made a thorough explora r rJOF MACARONI WHEAT f AT NEW STATION tlon and secured a large number of varieties In the Russian provinces north of the sea of Azov already tho home of tho best of macaroni wheats ho found the climatic conditions approximately the same as those of our Great Plains He secured a number of bushels of the best varieties of wheat grown there and these wheats the Department of Agriculture distributed to growers in suitable localites thereby increasing the stock Tho crop secured together with two fresh Importations was distributed In 1901 to the farmers of the northwest through the expert ment stations of tho various states Great Crop for Northwest Since tho Department of Agriculture undertook tho work tho production of macaroni wheat in the northwest has Increased with astonishing rapidity Perhaps no other new crop has been BO warmly welcomed by tho farmers in tho regions suitable to its growth It has been found splendidly adaptable to the climatic and soil conditions of the Great Plains region It thrives in abundant sunshine docs not require a large amount of moisture resists vigorously all tho smuts and rusts and is a strong grower yielding far In ex cess os the ordinary bread wheat A peculiar property of macaroni wheat which makes it valuable for its distinct uses Is Its protein or gluten contentIn general way the methods to be employed in the cultivation of maca roni wheats are similar to those required for tho best results with any other wheats The first and most obvious use of tho macaroni wheat is tho manufacture of macaroni vermicelli and other forms of edible pastes At the present time this country Is Importing these products largely the importations amounting to nearly pounds annually with a of 1250000 In 1900 there was not a single factory in tho United States manufacturing ma- aroni from macaroni wheat All that The United States Bureau at- Washington was made In this country was of an inferior quality and was sold as such on the market being produced from tho bread wheats Now there are 20 mad caroni wheat and proudly their products Made in America from American Grown Wheats Macaroni lour In also used for tho purpose of blending It is mixed with a low grade mostIvaluable article for bread making and pastry cooking Macaroni flour Is also used for ordinary bread making Tests made by the Department ofi Agricul ture and by private famlllesfrjvo de monstrated that bread made from macaroni flour Is very palatable and nutritious many people preferring It to ordinary wheat bread Tho use of tho flour extends also to many other t articles of common diet such as rolls breadsticks griddle cakes etc and officials of tho Department of Agricul ture think there Is no reason why a breakfast food far excelling a majority of those in common use at tho present time both as to palatability and nu trltlveness cannot be prepared from it As a stock food macaroni wheat and Its products have been found by actual experiments to equal if not surpass bread wheat Owing to the fact that it Is a surer crop than tho latter with a heavier yield farmers will learn to turn to this abundant source of protein in using balanced rations Rapid Increase In Production The progress of tho macaroni wheat Industry In this country may be under stood when it is known that tho first crop of any considerable amount was In 1901 when It was estimated that from 60000 to 70000 bushels were har vested In 1902 tho yield was between 1500000 bushels and 2000000 bushels In 1903 nearly 12000000 bushels were obtained while in 1904 tho yield amounted to nearly 20000000 bushels While the possibilities of tho crop of CROP RAISED THE MEXICO EXPERIMENT 30000000 value 1J05 cannot bo accurately determined at this time estimates run from 25000 000 to 30000000 bushelsthis is a comparatively new crop in the United States Instead of Importing macaroni wheat for tho purpose of manufac turing domestic macaroni tho United States Is now exporting annually about 2000000 bushels to France and Italy and other European countries for it has been found by the manufacturers there that the American grown wheat makes a most excellent product Secretary Wilson stated that tho the macaroni wheat industry in this MACARONI WHEAT SEED EN ROUTE TO SEAPC country now reaches more than 7000 000 annually With so many splendid possibilities in Its favor officials of tho Department of Agriculture believe that macaroni wheat has a great future Bread and pastry made from It will find a wel come addition to the tables of the American people while tho Introduction of the wheat Into tho Great Plains region has proved an inestimable boon to tho farmers of tho semiarid belt extending from North Dakota to Texas While it may tako some time to educate both producers and consumers to its excellence and value it Is believed that macaroni wheat and Its products will give it high rank among standard farm crops The Vegetable Vender If a man who turnips cries Cry not when his tattler dies Tis n proof that he would rather Have a turnip than a father There were 593000 cattle exported from tho United States in 1904 They were distributed as follows United Kingdom 387000 Cuba 135000 Can ada 38000 Belgium 18000 and other countries 15000 The people of the United Kingdom eat annually about 200000000 pounds of American ham King Victor Emanuel of Italy is said to be tho best shot among tho royalty of Europe The first shipment of frozen meat was made from Australia was a lot of 400 sheep sent from Melbourne In 1880 The trade did not gain much Importance till 1890 In that year one hundred million pounds of frozen beef and veal and 66000000 pounds of frozen mutton and lamb were exported Tho British Columbia Fish andGame club has arranged for the Im portation of a large number of English pheasants to bo distributed In western Canada Shoes for fat women are now being made to lace up on the Inside anklo In stead of up the Instep No one can tell Why the blossoms of fruit trees are limited Jn color to white pink scarlet and purple There are no violet or yellow fruit blossoms Keeping Records on the Farm Tho Bureau of Animal Industry hns published a very valuable book giving Records of Dairy Cows In tho United States This publication contains valuable information and excellent halftone Illustrations of record cows or the country It urges dairymen to adopt better business methods on the farma complete system of bookkeep Ing whereby definite knowledge of the sources of profit and loss may be ascer tamed In no department connected with the farm is thorp more need for absolute data than in tho dairy While village merchants and grocers for ex ample average about alike in their knowledge of their businesses their prices and profits being nearly equal the records show that there are pro gressive and unprogressive dairymen one making a good profit while his next door neighbor with the samo soil and market may bo losing money The difference In their profits therefore must be accounted for largely by the difference in tho intelligence put into their business Experts of the Depart ment of Agriculture believe that one fourth of the cows in tho entire coun try kept for milk do not pay for the cost of keeping and nearly onefourth more fall to yield an annual profit The object of tho book Issued by the Bureau is to show dairymen tho importance of keeping records complete enough so that it will be possible to avoid the handling of unprofitable animals and to bring the dairy Industry of the country up to a paying basis Trials of a Turkey Raiser Representstivesthe expense of Representative Charles D Landis of Indiana who has been making somo experiments in raisingRepresentative Landis bought turkeyI pairs of bronze turkeys paying a big price for them spent a lot of money In a turkey house with all tho comforts of turkey home heated rooms for the expected chicks etc and laid In a stock of literature on how to get rich on tur key raising At the outset one of the finest hens became dlsatlsfled with tho luxuries of homo and finding tho trammels of the modern method distasteful mado off for the woods Tho other hens stayed at home however and In duo time brought out five broods of fifteen or so fine little chicks They were being tenderly reared but one day escaped and went Into a wheat field for a change of diet A rain storm overtook them they caught cold and every young turkey died Turkevralser Landis was disconsolate over his loss and while he was bewailing tho fato of the young brood In stalked the Insurgent turkey hen from tho woods and behind hei was a husky brood of woodland raised p RT FOR SHIPMENT TO THE UNITED STATES chicks fit as a fiddle and looking for them town raised chicks to como agalns Tho latest report Is that Represent tatlvo Landis Is about to give up mod ern methods of poultry raising 40 An Automatic Watering Pot German publications have been describing a very useful automatic water- Ing can which tho housewife might adopt to care for otherwise neglected plants A thick untwisted cotton wick about 5 feet long is inserted in a rubber 01 glass tube about three feet long and ol Vi inch bore which Is bent fin U shape one leg longer than the other the wick being allowed to project at both ends Tho short end of the tube la left In a pall of water over night while the wick takes up tho water from the pail until it is saturated In the morning the pail may be AUTOMATIC WATERING POT set on a stool and the slow seeping of water through tho wick is started by suction The wick at tho end of siphonIsstrand being placed In each pot to be watered The caretaker may now go away for the day with the assurance that his flowers will receive all th3 water necessary In warm weather It Is best to cover the pall and wrap the tube cloth to prevent the wick from drying The German inventor of this device says it has always worked suc cessfully J y + = Charged for Vralns A farmers pump having gotten out of order the owner and his men spent some hours in an attempt to rectify matters but without avail Then some of tho farmers neighbors came ox the scene but after much tinkering they also had to reUre dis comfited Finally a young man from a neighboring farm was asked to try his hand on the job Ho looked the pump over hammered at it for a while and after a little more tinkering had it In working order 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As we have a rnral mail route estab lished here now I wisb to subscribe tor a daily paper Now the Louis vile Heralds politics dout just suit me but politics is not what I am looking for Its the news The Herald I the cheapest daily I know of Of coarse 1 must have the News so inclosed find two plunk to pay my snbsciption for one yeai My fiobsciptiou to the News I believe ex plIes April 8 1000 so hOOK as on fo- I twelve more months Send the HeraldI right awayquick Dont want to miss a copy We are having weather now with veriatlons One day you can go in your shirt sleeves the next day you are pulling icicles out of your whiskers We would have been farming now it it had not been tor that darned old Ground Hog Wish he had of slept another day We are thinking serious of petitioning GovHanley to call out the militia to exterminate I the Ground Hog We will probably have no winter at all then We have some very rich land in this part of Indiana A native informs as that all kinds of crops can be success fully raised except pumpkins Th ground is so rich the vines run so fast the bees cant Keep up with the blossum Ot course its Imposible to the young pumpkins to hold on going at that clip A stranger moved in hero last spring Not knowing now rich the soil was planted some cncnui hors before asking any questions about this rich dirt and before he got the seed thoroughly covered up he was to badly tangled in the vines he bad to hollow to a neighbor for help By the way Mr Editor did you at tend the LongworthRoosevelt wedd ing We had a speoial invitation but as our winter crop was a week early was too busy to attend Wishing the News success I remain- as ever J H Carter Alias Joe Mallhatton Jr P S Say John as long as you fight for the right Temperance and Equitable prices for farm products we ale with youOld Mull Common Colds Are The Cause of Many Serious Deseases Physicians who have gained a nat ional reputation as analysists of the cause or various diseas s claim that if catching cold could he avoided all a long list of dungeions ailments would never he heard of Every one knows that pneumonia and consump tion originate from a cold and chron ic catarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble are aggravated and rendered more serious by each fresh attack Da not risk your lifts 01 take chances when you have A cold Chant berlains Cough Renudy will cute iit before thus diseases develop TIlls III remedy contains no opium morphine or other harmful drug an 1 has thirty years of reputation back of it giiined by its cures under every condition For sallp hy Short x Hay UPS Clover port lias Chicks and liens Setting Glenduauo Kv Feb 19 Mr John Babbago In answer to that tellowsI letter in the News I will say that d havo got two hens with chickens uldt two hens setting I dont think lha other man is in the poultry businesst all Respectfully yours H H Harrison The Misses Bannon Hawesville returned home Saturday after a visit ttc relativesH Sherman Holt was in town Saturday A Doctors i 1Medicine1 1i1i t Ayers Cherry Pectoral is notI a simple cough syrup It is aIstrong medicine a doctors r rmedicine It cures hard cases t i severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu w risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yea- rsAXa4e by J O Ay r Co towell Mul AMO manufMturar or SARSAPARILLA PILLS HAIR V100B We hue no MCreti I We pabllih the formula of all our medloinM YOU will hasten recovery by tak r ra IngTone of Ayers Pills at bedtime i TERRIBLE ITCHING I SCALP HUMOR e I Badly Affected With Sores and ICrusts Extended Down Behindf the Ears Some Years Later Painful and Itching Pustules Broke Out on Lower Part of BodySon Also AffectedC a I A TRIPLE CURE BY REMEDIESs eAbout ten years ago my scalp became badly affected with sore and itching humored crusts etc and extendI ing down behind the cars My hair greatlyrtroubled understood it was eczema Tried various remedies so called with out effect Saw your Cuticura adverttisement and got them at once Applied them as to directions etc and after two weeks I think of use was clear as a whistle I have to state also that late last fall October and November 1904 I was suddenly afflicted withbd crop tion painful and itching pustules over I the lower part of the body I suffered dreadfully In two months under tho skilful treatment of my doctor CODII joined with Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment I found myself cured upwithfinally painful eruption all over the body I procured the Cuticura Remedies as soon as possible and after his faith of ful use of same was as well as ever in two weeks IlB wellIlB I cnn recall HoI illnesseas far as I know CI I have always been pleased tQ corn mend the Cuticura Remedies and testifYf ofrtho late Civil War 6165 between seventy and eighty years of age Yours truly H M F Weiss Rosemonf Christian Co Ill Aug 31 1905 Conflict Ezteroil end Intend Treatment for 1TU7D liconetdngenl SOc t la form of Cholato Coated Pin r3c per yl1 of 60 mar be hid of alldrunliti A tingle Mt often cure I IT IIIarMaaed Ute flow to cure Ecuml sari 4Ut dbouttheahlnSctipHandaodnelrIn i Mrs Mirrab Stiff was born in Breck onndge county Ky June 1 1853 died Jan 23 at her home in Newburg Ind and was burned Jan 27 at Rose Hill cemetery She leaves a husband and eight children and one sister in a Newburg hid and two brothers in Breckenridge county Ky She leaves many to mourn her loss Miss Bessie Stiff- Newburg to IDdrWhen we saw our precious mother 3 Whom wo cherished with such care Rudely taken from our bosom How our aching hearts di paired Round the grave we sadly linger TiH tne setting sun is low Feeling lf11 our hopes have perished With the Rowers we cherished BO Tia PO hard to break the tender theta When love has bound our noartsII Tis hard so hard to speak the voids We must forever part Dearest mother wo oust lay thee In the peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will be cheiished Till we set thy heavenly face Out mother sleeps but not forever There will be u glorious dawn E We shall meet to part no never On the resurrection morn Fioui the deepest cave of ocean From the desert and tho plainDFrom the valley and the Countless throngs shall rise again Mother slurp but not for ever In the lone anti silent grave Beesed be the Lord that tauetb- Bessed be the Lord that give E In the bright Eternal City Death can never never comefIn his vile good time helI call ua From our rest to horne sweet nomeI In fond remembrance to my mother Bessie Stiff From Henry DIcK 1Ftbport Ky My Dear Friend Incofed you will fina 2 subscription for News tor 100U We are having lovely weather here all the year around Los Angles has doubled in population in four years Tourist are CO per cent more than last year All hotels here are over run this season Many people have to go on tha outskirts of city forI commodations Building permits me more than double than they were three years ago We have about GOOD people wno are in the realf estate business here and at the beaches All doing well We baveII twentyMix banks in Los Angles This is one ot the greatest cities fir tailor rug I ever sawFrom four to five stores in each blocK from one to ten on the three principal streets Most of the 4 buildings up in the last two years are from eight to twelve storys mostly I built of concrete and brick All tire proof 1000000 depot is now under construction which will be two years before it will be completed I wilt cose for this time wishing you a pros perous year Yours respectfully Henry Dick 4 res IaM4 DAVE SMITH VERY GRATEFUL Congressman D H Smith then asked about being a candidate for renom nation to his present oftico replied as follows The people of my ditsrict have been exceedingly generous to me which I will always feel sincerely grateful In return for their cODfiI dente I have served them faithfully as well as my strength and ability would permit and I have heard no of my official services How over as a number of gentlemen whom hold in tho highest respect havo ex pressed a desire to succeed me I haveI prefered to remain out of the race ratbI er than engage in u contest which even if successful would bring little if any additional honors Under these circumstances I will not be a candid te for renomination All old timo Cough Syrups bind the bowels This is wrong A now idea was advanced two years ago in Ken Honey and Tar This remedy acts on the mucous membranes of theI throat and lungs and loosens the bowels at the same time It ezpells all cold from the system It clears the throat strengthens the mucous membranes relieves coughs colds croup whoopingcough etc Sold 1 beI all Druggists LONGS TO SEE HOME I Mattoon 111 Feb 10Dear friends old Kentucky My dear old home am now far away but oh I how my heart longs to see my dear old home and friends again Let me say to you I friends that I have only beEn away home tour mouths and the time seems long to me I love the old J home where I was born and I am com J ing back to my dear old home I do i like Illinois people They are not ke our people in old Kentucky The water is hardly fit to drink Now could tell you more but for lack of t If this letter dOD t go to the waste basket I will tell you more about Ill duels So good by to all friends and i old KentuckyYonr reader t W A Dooley 1 The Yellow Fever GermEhas recently been discovered It Dean close resemblance to the malaria I To tree the system from disease germs the most effective remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed cure all diseases due to malaria and constipation 25c at Short Haynes Drug Stor- ePROGRAMME I I 1 MidYear Missionary Meeting Greenville K March 1315 Tuesday March 137 00 P M Ser mon RevA P Lyon 1 Wednesday March 14 830 P M Devotional Exercises Special prayer for heathen nations Rev B F Atkinson I 90 i A M Addrtss Missions a Hun dyed Years Ago and Now Rev Geo Fobkett Address WorldWide Methodist Mis sions Rev J L Kilgore Address Tne Missionary Message of ome Modern History Re Seth Ward I D 2UO P M Devotional Exorcises Special prayer for our Missionaries in foreign laude Rev T V Joiner 246 P M AddressNeed nf Protes tent Missions in Latin America Rev F Uoodson Address Money and the Kingdom Gross Alexander D D AddressThe Local Situation in the vi 11 9 Conference Rev W F Lloyd D D 700 P M Devotional Exercises Rev Jas A Lewis Address Bishop E R Hendrix L DThursday March 15 830 A M Devotional Exercises Special prayer for our Schools and Colleges in heathen lands Rev T L Crandall Address Intercessory Prayer for Missionaries Dr T R Kendall AddressThe First Missionary to the Heathen Rev F M Thomas Address Bishop E R Henderix L D- 23U P M Devotional Exercises Special prayer tor the Womans Board and all their work at home and abroad Rev R F Haves Address The Living Lina Rev J B Adams Address Without Missions Without Christ Rev R W Browder D D- AddressThe Opportunity in Japa as seen by a Missionary Rev Wm Court 700 P M Devotional Exercises Rev Virgil Elgin AdressThe Sufficiency of Christ For tho Worlds Need Rev J J Tigoit D D J E Keith sold a tine Denmark three year old colt at a fancy price to Alvin Skillman of near Hardinsburg last week I h TEMPERANCEMEETING A meeting of the local temperance organization was held in the M E Church last Tuesday evening A goodly number of men were present besides the women Much interest was inani estedIt was the voice ot the meeting to fight the battle out on the grounds the whiskey element has laid out Rev Carrie stated that after the election was called public speakers would be secured to deliver addresses in interest of local option The Chairman Rev Carrie said that Mayor Harris in an interview with hIm Rev Carne state that he was in favor of local op Lion and stood ready at any time to help prosecute the present violations of the local option law if sufficient evi deuce was secured for conviction Temperance meetings will be held every Tuesday night hereafter until the electron All advocates ot temperance are requested to attend Menace Kidney trouble is an Insidious danger and many people are victims of a serious malady before the symp toms are recognized Foleya Kidney Cure corrects irregularities and streng thens and builds up the kidneys and it should be taken at the first indica tion of kidney trouble as it is impossi ble to have good health if the kidneys are deranged Sold by A R Fisher I Synopsis Of IncidentsIn Regular Flirt Act I Scene Library in Dr Mor gans house The eve of the house natty Dick decides to take the noel tion of butler in his uncles family Mrs Mason decides to marry the Doctor The guests arrive A wager is madeAt The next morning Scenn The Doctors garden The race is lost and won Dick takes refugo in the toolbox Dr Morgan becomes confi dential Mrs Mason is made happy Theodore consults his uncle Breaafust is servedAct Two weeks later Scene Same as Act L Marie is surmised The Doctor and Dick oome to an under standing Reginald and Theodore de tide to keep bachelors hall The Ito gular Flirt tans a victim to Cupids wiles READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Me Dear sir I am Ii8 years of age and have suffered 25 years from kidney I and bladder trouble and since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Disovery I have passed twentyfive gravel I feel that 1 am almost cured and can cheerfully recommend you to the public Yours very 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 removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregnlarties 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 marl on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment f and seldom tails to perfecta cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufac j turer P 0 Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by ail druggists From Dean Dundei Ky Feb 13 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir Please find one dollar enclosed Mark me up to Jan 12 1907 The M H E Rail Road will run in GO ft of my mill We are going to have a good town here in a few yearsYours truly W S De- anoaSTOnXuau Bun tIeThs KM You Kara Always Bought Slgutut 1I of Full of Gumption Tne Farm Journal is choke full ofI gumption and has the largest circu lation of any farm paper in the world It is good everywhere We offerI for a short time as combination subscription to advance paying sub crib era to the Breckenridge News a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1000 and all of 1007 1908 1009 and 1010 nearly five years both papers for the price of one IJOo R Pate Hardinsburg was inII the city Wednesday to attend the PatenMiss Emma Hill Evansville and I Miss Virginia Hill Howell were guests of Mr and Mrs Ridley Berry jI I partof last week QUEEN OF ACTRESSES t PRAISES PERUNA MISS JULIA MARLOWE I 1 Heartily Approves of Peruna For the Nerves COOOOCOOOOOOO a recent letter to The Pernna Medl TN Co Miss Julia Marlowe of New York City writes tho following I am glad to write my endorse ment of the great remedy Peruna as a nerve tonic I do so most heartily Julia Marlowe Nervousness very common among women This condition is duo to anemic nerve centers The iiorvo centers are the reservoirs of nervous vitality These centers become bloodless for want of proper nutrition This Is especially true In the spring season Every spring IL host of Invalids aro produced as the direct result of weak nervesThis can be easily obviated by using Peruna Ioruna8trik at the root of f hrI difficulty by correcting the iicton WASHINGTON LETTER Washington Feb 24Local auto mobilists are up in arms over the bill for their regulation which Mr Shin of Tennessee has drawn np Mr Si thinks that auto owners drivin their machines at a too great speed and tooting their horns are a Aa ante and says that steps should betaken against them What the auto owners stbink is far from compliment ary to Mr Sims in st of their re marks being charaterized by gre vigor rather than polished nofI They assert that Mr Sims bill is an absurdity since it places various limits on speed in various parts of the city and that it would be necessary for chaffeurs to drive with a chart and specifications always in hand so complicated are the restrictions and reg ulations Mr Sims howevr pur- sueR tits way undisturbed oven beach y nnKlnd remarks as those of one auto owner who insinuated that the Tennesaeeian was naturally made nervous by the many machines on thtla Washington streets since there were few or nonn in bis home district In spite of the fact that peace broods calmly over the country the Urdinan Bureau believing in the old maxim about preparing for war in just such times has just ordered from t Frankfort Arsenal 5000000 Kr Jorgenaon cartridges to replenish th supply in the Philippines Gen CrazI ier cnlef of the ordinance departure Is working to expedite the equipment of the entire army with the new field gun This arm though of alight smaller calibre than the one which replaces will fire fifteen shots a min ute where aa it was possible to tire only two or three with the old gu The new projecile is also considerab heavier It is the intention ot the ordinance department to equip the arm with 25 batteries of the new gun which is a moderate estimate since it will mean only two guns to each thousand men in an army of 50001 0 At the present rate of supply it will 1010 before the entire army will provided for first junket of the Fitty nln th Ilhe was decided upon this week the House Committee on Rivers and Harbors arranged a trip to inspect the rivers and harbors ot Florida GeorgiaMiasiaaippl and Alabama The lease date has not yet boon fixed it is expected that the committee will leave Digestion furnishes nutrition for the nerve centers Properly digested food furnishes theso reservoirs of life with vitality which loads to strong steady nerves and thus nourishes life Peruna Is In great favor among womonospcclally thoso who have VOO lions that aro trying to the nerves Peruna furnishes the lasting vigor for the nerves that such people need Thousands of testimonials from women in all parts of tho United State aro being received every year Shch unsolicited evidence surely proves that Poruna is without an equal as 6 nerve tonic and a vital invigorator Buy a bottle of Peruna today If you do not receive all the bene fits from Peruna that you expected write to Dr S D JHirtman Colum tug Oliin I about the middle of March to be absent ten days Now that the House has passed on for many of the more Impo Itant qnestionsjunketa may be expecteoj more frequently especially as Washing stcn weather is at its worst during the MarchmMr Gaines of Tennessee found hin self with a large task on his bands islast week In attempting to get an esti mate on the probable coat of the clan of military and naval equipment which the government proposes to establish in the Philipmes President question ItIng nowever dnring the consideration appropriations for defense served to show the tremendous scale of for tifical ion proposed for our island po session The fortifications of Manilla Bay it was stated will probably coat 200000 those at Snbig Bay over 1000000 and those at Guantanamo 2500000 making a total of 15600000 tor these three points alone The expenditnre of Be large a sum for such strong fortifications as are planned would seem to indicate that an early independence for the Philipmea Is only dream since the government would hardly sanction such fortifications were they to be turned over at an ear ly date to nation bonnd to us by no raciulties whatever ceAs was expected nominations for Tennessee postmastership recently an newResesea City jM C Monday at Knoxville and J M Wooten at Monistown si Senator Blackburn has introduced a bill to provide for the purchase of a atlyusualItwas by and referred to the Committee xirif public buildings and grounds MayolyIn Honor of Mr Wine- y Miss Carrie Tucker entertained at her home last Wednesday evening in honor of Mr Thomas Wine who has just returned from the uS Army Those present were Mr and Mrs winebemeryJ081 and May Berry Nina Cauley and Mayme Graham Messrs Thomas Wine Ken Ferry Joe Headen Ed Morrison Ad Farbor Tom Panleji Fred Whitehouse Rollie Fallen ape Joe Graham Miss Leona Emerick who lied been visiting Mr and Mrs J T Daniel returned home Saturday To Cure a Cold in One Day OrwGrip Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tom ja o wMy LSeVes 11toe iioafaa sold lal past la sOatLa I1fI ad yisVteO 25C 4 J I 1