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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y iCAF r n + z y L h r- S b r- n THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWSfi ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT JI VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 12 Pages NO 34 j I 1 j 11 dIy lytg tgor ort orh ala alr jr res ree reh ret l y s t r 0I 0w 1 9f 1i 1t 1e Jr 1i I I I JI i 9i a 9r 1 PAGES FROM THE OPTICS CARTOON BOOK Men of Affairs in Caricature shyCuurtOSYof the Optic FREDRICK H PIERCE F H Pierce president of the Commercial Club of Las Venus is one of the most public spirited and progressive business men of this community Twenty years ago in June 1886 Mr Pierce came to Las Vegas from Louisville Ky to assume the active management of the Agua Punt Company as superintendent A year later he was ejected secretarytreasurer of the company and from that day to this Ito has been the active head and dominant spirit in the business of this company Mr Pierce both personally and through the instru mentality of the Agua Pura Company has been prominent in assist iing every enterprise which has been promoted in the interest of Las Vegas He has been especially active in tho negotiations which re sultMd in the location of the National Fraternal Sanitarium at Las Vegas In addition to the presidency of the Commercial Club Mr Pierce occupies the following positions of importance President of the Investment and Agency Corporation President of the Territorial Peni I tentiary Board for the fourth consecutive term Director of the Las Vegas Land Grant Treasurer of the Las Vegas Driving Park and Fair Association Trustee of the Presbyterian church VicePresident andTreasurer of the Douglas Avenue Building Company Director and Treasurer of the Mutual Improvement Company Treasurer of the Las Vegas Tent City CoLas Vegas New Mexico Daily Optic k Mr Pierce is a brother of R B Pierce of this city a member of oneof the best known families heroand is extensively known and liked inJCloverport and throughout Kentucky Supt Archer to Speak Hardinsburg Ky March 6W G Archer of Owensboro will address an open meeting of the Commercial Club at the court bouse on the evening of Fri day next Mr Archer is a very enter twining speaker and everybody is cor dially invited to hear hlm tcan furnish you wall paper for side ill border and ceiling enough for a 5dSDft ceiling all complete for 60c tmeet all prices advertised by Sears Bobnck or any other mail order house Edward Gregory peculiar 4To Itselfla bat it is and what it does con taining the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per WStillnent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up tke whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla- No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little post HI was troubled with scrofula and came near losing BIT eyesight For four months I Mold not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla I could see towalk and when I had taken eight bottles I s Id see as well as over Snsw A HUES Withers N 0 oods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise A CHURCH AT TAR SPRINGS Last Saturday at a meeting of the folk in Tar Springs neighborhood it was decided to begin the building of a church A church bUIlding move ment has been on foot for several months money has been subscribed trustees and stewards elected and church now 84 ft X 60 ft is to be built on the high bluff at the TRr Sprngs Rev D L Bowlds ot this city will act as their pastor for the first year The church is of the United Brethren The Building will probably be completed in May 200 has been raised by popular sub scription to meet part of the expense of the church Marion Bernard and Sam Tindall were named as a committee to solicit lumber of the surrounding farmers = The construotion of the church will be in the handa of AA Miller Ira Bernard and James Sanders The following gentlemen composed the churches board of trustees Frank Kennedy Leo Noel T W Haliday James Sunders Soleman HanKs Nut Roberts and Maion Bernard Mrs Nat Roberta and James San ders are two ofjthe stewards the names of the others were not learned The closest church to Tar Springs is said to oe five miles dlstant from this it can be seen that a church will be welcomed by tbe people of this neigh borhood The News congratulates those whoput thismoveraent on foot MRS DAN SHACK LETT IS DEAD Ekron Ky March 6It is indeed sad to cronicle the death of Mrs Dan Shacklett nee Mitts Lillie Scott SheI was sick only a few days and was taken to an infirmary in Louisville Friday where an opperatlon tor appendicitis was performed Saturday morning But alas I nothing could be done TheI death angle came and took her loving spirit to the God who gave it She was a member of Ekron Unptlst church at the time of her deathIn the death of Ithis beloved Christian woman tour community and our church feels an irreparable loss We extend sym path to Bro Bhaokett in his grea sorrow and weep as we realize that his home which was so full of joy and so soon made sad Sister Lillie was reared in Sardine burg she was a long felt Christian worker there She married Rev Dan Sbacklett in tne month of June 1005 She died March 2 1000 Her funeral was preached in Buck trove church by Rev Bennie Hagan on Monday at 1 p m and her dear body laid to rest in Buck Urove cemetery to await the resurrection morn HIT dying words were indeed sweet When told she had only a few minutes to live ehe smiled and said If it Is the Lords will I am ready = = HENRY WATTEkSONS OPINION OF TilE SALOON f1 N M The saloon na it is called fa vj and as it exists in the United ft r States has not one redeeming tfeature It is the direct source 01 W twothirds of the evil that corrupts IIour livingfrom theft to murder 1JN i from wifebeating and childbeat fa lug to State prison and selfde I struction If the hatchet of CarW J y rie Nation could reach and be ft6 V made effectual and final I for W one would cry Godspeed the M woman and the day I have al T M ways believed in aud voted for n- t local option which In the lesser In communities can be enforced Ii- I t- Y telieved that every saloon In M l Louisville could be closed and ft kept closed between Saturday m Y midnight and Monday daylight IID supmr Xl because the experience and observation 1 IisI of many years in many clIIcities impress upon my mind aI1I contrary beliel thatmost re ft prJ p 11- and Mllgically and morally untenable am disposed to parley with 1 J what seems beyond controlihough I shall not uispute the point withii f enfj b mthe contrary in case the event m prove that Iam mistaken and W that they are right no one will be ID more gratified than I shall beID1 fj ii W in Sundays Courier Jour rnal Naples oa the Gulf i Married At Hardinsburg Hardinaburg Ky March GMiss Sarah J Shellman daughter of the county jailer R A Shellman was quietly married to James W Hendrick on Wednesday afternoon January 31 at the residence of the brides father in the presence of a few frienls and rela tives The Rev D F Shacklette per formed the wedding ceremony in nn im pressive manner Two of the best and oldest families of the county are united by this marriage DEATH ANGEL VIS ITS BEWLEYVILLE Bewleyville Ky March 6Mr Abe Gross one of the oldest citizens of this neighborhood died Sunday Mr Gross leaves a wife seven children and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss His remains were interred in the I Bethel cemetery on Monday morning OE1 S X 0alABears thethe Kind You Haw Always Bought 8 nature dJof AMATEUR PLAY A SUCCESS The Amateur plavIIA Regular Flirt given at Oelzeshall last Thurs day night was welcomed by a fall hones and is generally conceeded to have been sncessfuly produced by those who saw the production Unlike1 Sweet Lavender which was played here by amatners last year A Regular Flirt lacked depth However it was full of life and spirit and was a clever comedy dealing with the events of a mouern houseparty- No noticuble hitches were made dur fog the performance and the cast played their parts with the ease of a Julia ThetGibson Girls in Charles Dana Gib sons play The Education of Mr Pip would have passed into oblivion if they had been placed beside our three Cloverport girls Misses Mannie White Margaret Moorman and Margaret Ssillman who played lending roles in A Regular Flirt Arrayed in simple but beauti ful dresses and with natures finishing touches about their faces to look at them made one feel that he bad a vis- Ion of the sublime The others who took part in the pro duction were Mr and Mrs J P King Jas S Younger Lawrence Murray and Jno D Bahbage Jr Jno Neubauer made a hit with his cocn specialties Gross proceeds minuted to 71 net profits about from f0 to 40 This was divided equalv between the Public school iiibraiy and the local cnapter of the Epworth League Uood music was rendered by the Clovreport band composed of Sam Keith violinist Charlie Hall violin 1st Tom Morrison guitarist Emmett Mattinglj base violenist Sam Keith violin work received much favorable comment BENNETT WAIVES EXAMINING TRIAL Loyal PBennett United States do puty marshal for the Owensboro die trict waived examining trial on th charge of killing William Macy He JudgeHenrycounty at Hardinsburg Thursday afternoon and his action in waivin his right of examining trial was some what of a surpise He was released under bond of 7CO to appear before the nsxt grand jury of Brecaenridg- county and immediately prepared to return to Owensboro Maoy was killed at noon Sunday by being shot in the back by Marshal Bennett Bennett claims that the Kill ing was nn accidentas he did not aim at Macy and was 100 yards from him when the snot was fired Macey had been arrested on a charge of retailing whisky without having paid the government special tax The deputy marshal was preparing to bring him to Owensboro when Macey nndertook to make his escape by running Ben nett fired five shots all of which ho says were not aimed at all but were merely for the purpose of trying to frighten Macey into stopping The killing occurred at Rosetta in the Eastern portion of Breckenridge county THREE SERVICES UNITED AS ONE An agreement to the effect that the Methodist and Baptist prayer meet ings and tho meetings of the locall temperance organization should meet as unite on Wednesday nights the Methodist and Baptist churches alter nately was made Tuesday night at the meeting of the temperance league The agreement holds good until after the local option election May 5 A representative of the tem perande people said that in view of the commercial club having its meeting on Tuesday nights it was thought best to make a change in order that the members or the club might attend the temperance without neglecting other interests Arrangements are being made to have speakers here every week in April At least once weekly and as a rule two or three times a week Mrs Lodio Thompson was in the city Saturday Born to the wife of Wm A Tinias Feb 22 of Kent Wash a fine 01 b boy Robert Earl Mothar and boy are doing well Home Baking I I with If ROYALBaking 1 t 1 The United States Agricultural Department r has issued and circulates free a valuable report giving the results of elaborate experiments madell by and under the direction of the Department t whichshow the great saving from baking at home as comp rjed withcost of buying at the bakers All bread cake biscuit crullers etc are very much freshercleanercheaper and more wholesome when made at home with Royal Baking Powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK BOAT MFG CO IS ON FOOT At the instigation and encourage ment ot eeveral friends Capt T F Sawyer who has for several years been building water crafts of various sizes has on foot a movement to organize anJ incorporate a company with cap ofsbuilding boats Capt Sawyer has given the matter muon thought and consideration and says that boats can be built and sold in Cloverport at a profit With the raw material and supplies that Cloverport affords declared Capt Sawyer we can build aI boat and make money as well as Eastern firms Up East they do not know ofethe Ohio and rivers further south I am continually receiving inquiries for boats The little crafts that I have built on my own account 1 have Beglog here on the Ohio we have fine shipping advantages and can comoete with Eastern firms I nave no hopes Ieam sure we would nave no trouble placing our boats in the youth Unsolicited one of Cloverporta pro imminent men has offered to take stock in a company like Capt Sawyer pro poses Mr Sawyer is confluent that he can secure the 4000 capital from local and foreign parties In case the company is organized it will build any moderate size boat at prices to compete with other factories FIRST INSTITUTEA Frankfort Ky March IThe first State Farmers Institute held under the auspices of the Kentucky Agricultural Department came to a close late this afternoon after a most successful meet ing and after the formation of an or ganization of farmers which will con tinue it from year to year in the future and do much to arouse interest in lo cal organizations The Institute meeting was of three days duration during which time some of the most noted experts of the De partment of Agriculture of the Nation al Government and ot other States instructed the two hundred and odd delegates in the most improved methods of culture of crops President Intervenes President Roosevelt has again intervened peace maker between the coal miners and operators and as the result of a letter addressed to him to John Mitchell president of the United Mine Workers of America the national convention of the minors will be held March 15 in Indianapolis to try to reach an agreement with the soft coal opera tors in tho hope of averting the threatened strike April 1 in tho bituminous coal fields A PRIEST OR A PREACHER As County Judge I married my first and last couple Thursday Notwithstanding I have a legal right to perform such ceremonies I will per form no more tor the reason that I feel that no person other than a Priest or Preacher has the God given right to perform a marriage ceremony This is a ceremony that ought to be too gacredto be rerformed in a pnblilc office before a curl no and uninvited crowd I performedIbynamed It detracts from the sacredness of the contract and I really feel that an officer goes entirely out of his ling of his duty I hereby give notice that it will be useless to apply to me to per form such ceietnoules hereafter during my term Asserting that this is a conscientious conclusicn I amVery truly H DeH Moorman J B C C Miss Mary Christina Hamman is the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Hamman of Cloverport Although she has not reached her second birthday she has made a host of friends and is a very attractive little girl Electric Light Franchise Sold The City Council at its regular meet lug Monday night sold a 20year fran chise to H Stuart Miller for 5 giving the right to construct and operate an electric light heat and power plant in the city of Cloverport The site for the plant has not been given out by Mr Miller as yet however preparations are being made to begin ita construction at once The sale of this franchise is posiesi tive assurance of electric lights for Cloverport A I i i I 1t I t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1005 TRAINED NURSE Writes a Letter to the News To the Editor ot the News I aui a trained nurse of= nine years experience in hospitals and private cases and tor the benefit of the peo pIe ot Cloverport I wish you would publish uiv experience with the cod liver oil preparation called Vinol I was completely prostrated from overwork I had no appetite could not sleop my kidneys liver and bowels becatno inactive and as I grew weaker could not retain either inedi clue o food on my stomach and rate ed blood The doctors said my condi tion was critical and I would probab ly dieAs I hud seen Vinol prescribed for my patients with such remarkable re sults I decided to try it myself After the first bottle I began to improve I continued its use and soon began to sleep and eat well every organ in my body was strengthened and became nor mal until it seemed good to be alive and was restored to perfect health and strengthI Vinol is the most potent and delicious cod liver oil preparation and tonic rebnllder in the world and it is such tt blessing to be able to take into the system all the bodybuilding and medical elements of coa liver oil without the nauseating greasy oil it selfI advise all my patients who need strength fat every organ in the body rich red blood and and Mesh tissue to take Vinol as it is to far superior to old fashioned cod liver oil emul sions or other tonics Elizabeth M Cremond Trained Nurse Boston Mass tihort Haynes druggists sell Vinol on a positive guarantee to return your money if it fails- Indoses Road Convention Bewleyville Ky Fob 21Editor News Permit me to say I endorse Judge Moormans Road Convention Anything tOt gocd roads I am for issuing 20 or 30 year county bonds for a sufficient amount of money to put all the toads in the county in good con dition Then tax the people to pay in terest on said bonds and something over to be put into a sinking fund etcAnyone has something better let us hear frow him I am for good roads Thos J Jolly Loss of appetite always results from faulty digestion All that is needed is a few doses of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets They will in vigorate the stomach strengthen the digestion and give ycu an appetite like a wolf These Tablets also act as a gentle laxative Fox sale by Short Haynes Corporal Punishment H IL li04M WilsonProviding that corporal punishment WRY be in fueled for vagrancy wife beating cnildbeating petit larceny anti die turbing public worship KentucKy Statutes Torture By Satages Speaking of the tottuc to which some of the savage tribes in the flnU pines snbJBot their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I ecdured for three months from inilamatiou of the Kidneys says W M1 Sherman of Cushing Mo Nothing helped me until 1 tried Electric Hitters three bottles of which completely cured me ultras Liver Complaint Dys pesia Blood disorders and Malaria and restoren the weak and n rvons to robust health Guaranteed by Short Haynes druggist Price GOc CHURCHES UNITED The Baptist people of Hawesville known as the open communionists and the people of the Christian church there have been united into the Christian church The church organized with fifty members George Bently Thomas D IrclttndE C Vance wore as a Board or Trustees The following were elected as Elders a Gecrge Bent ley J W Patterson and T D Ireland Messrs Stephen Parker E C Vance Prof Sawyer and Dr Stand ish were unanimously chosen as DeaconsA train from Owensboru to Hawesville Sunday brought up a hundred members of the Owensboro Christian church under the nead of their pastor R H CrossUeld the services wore held in the court house anti it is said that they were the most enthusiastic of anv church eervices ever held in Hanccck county Many addresses ware made by notable aen of the Christian chnrcn CURE e CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drupclsts CONSUMPTION WHY MKINLEYWAS MASON A dinner to the Sovereign Grand and Grand Consistories of the Ancient and Accepted Scottisn Rite was given at the Savory last night by the consis tories of the metropolitan district Incidently It was the ninetyninth an niversary of the establishment of the Supreme Louncil of the United States Gen Horatio C King gave some reminiscences ot the civil war and told how President McKinley came t join tljo order It was during the campaign in the Shenandoah Valley Itho said McKinley then a Captain and myself his ranking officer at that time were walking through a hospital tent in which were a number of Confederate wounded The Captain seemed sur prised to see the surgeon in charge of the ward talking to some of the Con federates as if he had know them all his life He shook hands with them all giving hero and there small sums of money until his supply was exhaust ed McKinley asked the surgeon if ho knew the men No he replied Well do you ever expect to get the monov backV McKinley asked- I presume some of them will return it when they can said the doctor IWby did you give it to them any wayThey were Masons Itsaid the doctorThe reply impressed McKinley so that be immediately joined the lodge at Winchester made famous by Sheri dans Ride After the war no took his demit to Canton Lodge Frank T Watson Grand Command I erinChief of the State gave a brief history of the order inthe State and its early days in this country Andrew J 1iovostSovereign Grand Commander responded to The Grand Men of the Rite Alfllcicd With Rheumatism II was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addington In dian Territory but thanks to Cham berlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the i best of liniments If troubled with j rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief wbicn it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by Short fc Haynes Cloverport The Piddle Drill The flddlo drill Is one of the oldest stonecutting tools In existence It is said to antedate Greek sculpture and Is In use today in about the same form as It was 2000 years ago As its name I Implies Its action resembles a fiddle The drill Is of two pieces In one hand i a carver holds the drill stock which is like a carpenters brace except that It i Is straight Instead of having a crank In the other hand he holds the bow j which Li strung with a brass wire and which Is given a turn around the drill stock To use the drill the carver places the drill stock against his breast holding it with his left hand and with his right he draws the bow buck and forth tlddle fashion This Imparts aI rotary motion to the drill stock andII I the drill is ground to cut In either way It turns Tho tlddle drill Is used lu the finest work In crevices where the sculptor could not reach with his chisel i j and hammer without endangering the I carving The Worrying Ilnlilt I asked a physician what cure he would suggest for the worrying habit I would prescribe common sense ho said And If a man or woman hasnt got a stock on hand and cant cultivate one no doctor can give it to him or her This worrying nonsense grows The best means to cure It lies In the hands of the woman herself If she will Just call a little common sense to her aid resolve not to borrow trouble to be cheerful and think upon the best side of things she will live longer and retain her beauty longer Every woman wants to keep beautiful to the last Why docs she take the course which is sure to make her yellow skinned dull eyed and thoroughly unlovely Why Indeed New York Globe Vanllln It Is curious to read that vanilla was employed by tho Aztecs of Mexico as an ingredient In the manufacture of chocolate prior to the discovery of America by the Spaniards and that It was brought to Europe as a perfume with indigo cochineal and cacao ten years before the arrival of tobacco on our shores The name vanilla is ell rived from the Spanish valna a pod or capsule Dampler described it as a little pod full of small black seeds and like the stem of a tobacco leaf so much so that his men when they found the dried pods at first threw them away wondering why the Spaniards should lay up tobacco stems Chambers Journal The Onadlnn Line Tho boundary line between Canada and the United States is marked with Iron posts at mile intervals for a great part of its length Cairns earth mounds and timber posts are also used and through the forests and swamps a line a rod wide clear of trees and under wood has been cut Across the lakes artificial Islands have been made to support the cairns which rise about eight feet above the high water mark Exchange NATURAL BUILDERS BOASTFUL MAN SHOULD CONSIDER THE WORK OF ANIMALS Estmonllnnry Inntliiot ami Capacity of Some Apparently IiiNlKiilllcnnt Creiittirrn A Few of the finny Won tier They Have rerformcil Man prides himself upon his marvel ous inventions lie holds up to the ad miration of the world tho wonderful buildings which he has constructed and thinks himself unrivaled as an archi tect but ho who teaches man knowl edge has Instructed tho smallest Insects In the art of building and has thus anticipated the works of man as an archi tect They who bulldcd the tower of Babel thought their Invention of turn Ing earth into stone a most wonderful discovery but the white ant and the busy little bee had practiced this art from the earliest days The great mathematician instructed the tiny bee how to build Its first cell In the manner which combines the greatest amount of strength with the least material In stinct which may be called perpetual memory has preserved the knowledge thus communicated nUll the art has been practiced by the countless myrl ads of their descendants In all climes and countries The little bee has been engaged In storing away the honey in these hexagonal cells constructing the cells of wax and placing within them the bee bread a paste made of pollen and honey for the food of the young In each of these cells tho queen bee deposits an egg Some of time bees sur round their nests with down collected from the leaves of plants to serve as a nonconductor of heat to guard against changes of temperature Nature taught time Inferior orders otc animals carpentry taught them to di vide their houses into various apartments to construct domes arches staircases and colonnades and to excavate tunnels The scarlet hangings of the ancient city of Tyre excited the admiration of the then known world but there was a little Insect that know the art long before tho celebrated Tyrlan dye was discovered of hanging tho walls of Its cell with tapestry of a scarlet more brilliant than that of TyreSelecting tile scarlet petals of the poppy the upholsterer beo cuts small oval pieces as neatly as If done with a pair of scissors seizes the pieces between her legs and carries them to her nest She overlays them three or four in thickness fitting the pieces very dextrously and thus hanging her nest all around with this splendid scarlet tapestry In this beautiful nest her eggs are hatched Men have been ages In bringing pop ulous cities to their fullest extent but the white ants require only a few months to build a city containing a much larger number of Inhabitants than Babylon in all its glory These habitations are built with two stories with long galleries and numerous IdsIto shape by a sawlike organ which he possesses the kingfisher rears its antIchambers In the Innermost of these chambers the infant treasures are laid at night to protect them from cold In time morning when the sun Is up thej workers convey the larvae to the upper chambers close under the root where warmthI nnd arched and has n cellar a flooring a ceiling and a roof raised by an animal destl tutc of the builders art and Instructed only by nature The hare keeps open a chimney to his burrow for circulation of air from which In cold countries n little column of steam is often seen to arise The chimpanzee builds for him self a hut of branches and leaves which is however roofless Many shellfish have been taught by Mother Nature to enlarge their houses without moving out of them Birds build vari ous kinds of nests In various kinds of places They hang them from trees they sew them to a living leaf they weave a matting above them they build them In sections under a common roof In tho shape of a purse they place them In tufts of grass where They found their lowly house of withered bents And coarser spear grass They line their houses with feathers leaves grass hair string moss they cement them they glue them they plas ter them The most Insignificant of natures creative bounty have a talent for mak ing houses for their young Tho gentry in yellow jackets deposit their eggs in brown paper cups or in little clay cells the spider that sly spinner ties them up in bags of Quaker colored silk Some do them up in gray bundles and hung them on trees somo find a cradle for them In the ripening apple or the reddening cherry while some shelter them beneath the leathern umbrella of tho toadstool Everywhere these larvae may be found as spring opens They are peeping from holes swinging In the air laid away in silken shrouds rocked in shells of the ocean burrowing In the earth skulking In the woods set In mother of pearl put up in ivory imbed ded In sand laid away In the center of fallen logs pecking from the other side of shells blue mottled and white each fulfilling Its part In the great workshop of nature The great monuments of man his cities edifices roads are but pebbles In comparison with the works of those humble creatures who have constructed reefs and Islands in the midst of the sea Deep down In the waves Is one of natures largest work shops and the work is dono according to natures order by the little coral nab mal whose homels in the ocean HYOMEI CURES CATARRH Its Healing Balsams Kill All Catarrhal GermsSold Under Guarantee by Short 4 Haynes There in no mure common disease than catarrh ant nono that is more dangerous It weakens and debilitates the whole system if it is allowed to run leads to serious and sometimes fatal complications- It is noteworthy faot that among the many medicines and treatments for catarrh there is only one which Short Haynes soil under their posi tive guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure Hyotnei Natues remedy tor tue cure of catarrh No dangerous drugs are taken into the stomach when Hyoinei is used Breathed through the small pocket in haler that comes with every Uyomui outfit its healing balsme penetrate to the most remote cells of the throat nose and lungs killing the germs of catarrh healing the irritated mucous membrane and making com plete and lasting cures Tim complete Hyotnei outfit con sisting of an inhaler that can bo carri ed in the purse or vest pocket a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyoinei costs only 1 The Inhaler will last a ito time while extra bottles of Hyotnei can be procured whenever needed for only CO cents Short Haynes are selling a good many Hyornei outfits at this season and are having so much confidence in the remedy that they guarantee to rp fand the money in case it does not The County Unit Bill I1Ir EdltorI will give you my lip pressions regarding temperance legisla tion at this time as I saw things whilo in Frankfort n tow days ago The whisky people ore begging for two units vizk cities down to the tilth class and the counties outside ot the cities Any bill of that kind will be a practical defeat for it is not what we want or what we need but with processes of obstruction and corruption they are determined to defeat us I was told that all saloons had been assessed ten dollars eachmaking a corruption fund of some 21000 that may be used to loby against the bill The republicans are standing pat on the Cammack bill with only two of their members standing out against us The measure could pass if the Senate would consent to put it on its passage to do that it requires a two thirds vote to take the bill tram the orders of the day That we cannot get as the whisky men know it will pass Therefore we may as well gt ready to enter a vigorous campaign for the purpose of selecting men who when elected will do their duty on this question and campass the defeat of all men who are in league with the whiskey men I am also impressed with another fact the preachers and chnrch peonle of this state are not awake on this question Tney go to their conferences Associations Presbyteries and other church convocations and vote heartily for temperance resolutions and think that they have done their whole duty God grant me power to awake every one in this question Preachers and teachers of Kentucky wake up Again I say wake aptI Arise aqult yourselves likemen and distroy the saloon if it takes a moral and political resolution to do it R H Roe- Iivington Ky Dont frownlook pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sou r stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hon Jake Moore of Atlanta Ga says I suffered more than 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Kodcl It relieved me in one day and I now enjoy better heath than for many years Kodol digests what you eat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belching ect Sold by all druggists Arrow Shield The other day 1 saw a little modern book in a green cover on a table Inn drawing rocm I picked It up It was about the early French In Canada and my eye fell on a copy of a draw Ing by their leader Champlln or Champlain The scene represented was an attack by tho native allies of the French the Algonqulns on a fort held by Iroquols The Algonqulns advanced through showers of arrows under shields nearly as tall as themselves like doors with rounded tops Now you may see exactly the same cort of shields In a picture of a lion bunt In laid In gold nnd silver on the bronzo blade of a dagger found by Dr Schllo mann In the grave of Agamemnon These monstrous Mycenaean shields cause much discussion among the learn ed Why were they so huge The Al gonqulns used the very same shields hung from their necks and the reason was the same their battles were batt- ieR of archers and nobody can parry a shower of arrows with a smaller shield Shields grew small in Greece as bow and arrow went out and sword and spear came in London Illustrat ed News CoA JBI xaOE Stlil 711oItBg11a MISS ROSA LOU DITTO OF HARDINSBUM I Miss Ditto is a candidate of the Twelfth District in the Courier Journals Tour to Europe popularity contest She was voluntaril nominated by some of the business men of her home town and the should be quite gratified with the number of votes that have been Ca for her Miss Ditto is an interesting young woman and Breckenrid county would be proud to be represented any place in the world b her HONEST NOW Could You Want A More Liberal Offer Than This rrJOur offer is this VVo will send you the News 1 year and the Farm Journal of Philadelphia 5 years for a Dollar bill If you aro a subscriber to the paper now pay up arreage if any and the offer is good for you New subscriptions good als- oNews 1 year Farm Journal 5 years All for One Little Dollar r TTho Farm Journal is about the best farm paper published r in the worldbut you know that and so we wont describe it to you but we will be glad to send sample copies Send order this very day to the News Cloverport Ky This Offer May Have to be Withdrawn At Any Timer s t I w l RIi aT aA i a- S r v 7gi A t1 IH L i r Y Sn hcj h Hi- r 1i 1e i tl A The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 ILL RECOVER MILLION ACRES That Much of the Public Domain Alleged to Have Been Illegally Taken As a result of tbe investigation made by the land department of tbe Government concerning the land fencing the leasing Irands 100000 acres of land which had been enterer fraudulently hoe been recovered and will again be thrown open for settlement on July 1 of this year All ot this land had been taken up in soma illegal manner and Is now being re turned to the public domains Ono bunch of seventythree affida vits was received from a haul at Ked Oak Ia through whisk money hud been paid to parties mak lug proof and upon the presentation of warranty deeds to the claims All these will be recovered upon Frauds prepeturted before 1003 are outlawed jjf you are troubled with Piles and oat find a care try Witch Ht ze- Skye but bo sure you get that made byEC DeWitt Co Chicago It iis the Original If you have used Witcl Hazel Salve without being relieved it is probable that you got hold of oni of the many wortbless counterfeits that are sold on tbe reputation of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve To Initiate 15 Masons IHaidinsbnrg Ky Mar 0 Western Star Chapter 20 will initiate about 1C Masons at a meeting to be held on Friday March 16 next Many Masons from a distance will be present and a banquet will be givenIAlways Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy- in Ills louse We would not be without Cnam berlains Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home tosavs W W Kearneyeditor of the Indenend entLowry City Mo That is just what every family should do Wnen kept at hand ready for Instant use a cold may be chocked at the outset and cur ed in mncn less time than after it has become settled in the system This lemedy is also without a peer foi croup in children and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears wnich can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand For sale by Short Haynes CJoverporr LOVER BLOSSOMS ENTERTAINMENT- Last Tuesday evening at tbe M E Church the Clover Blossoms gave a de lightful entertainment Little bits of poetry were said by the younger Blossoms and tbe older ones read and sang A flag drill and concert singing were interesting features Refreshments were served A met offering box was well cared tor Mrs R B Pierce is the lady manager of the Clover Blos soms and deserves credit to a large ex tent tor the success of the entertainment Mrs Pierce reports the follow lug to have taaen part in the evening programmeJulia Hills Francis Sawyer Susette Sawyer Edith Burns Margaret Burns Jeanette Burns Marie Pine Pauline Moorman Edith Plank Eva Plank Fred Pierce Elizabeth Skillman Lenora McGavook Mary McUavock Eloise Nolte Jennie Mable Harris Luoy Adams Fred Adams Clifton Fort Elmer Hoffions Eldred Baboage Tnla Babbage Louise Bab age Martha Mill- erOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys BloodYyour kidneys once every three minutes a Tne kidneys your blood purifiers they fil ter out the impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from cess of uric acid In the blood due neglected kidney trouble- Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble because the heart is overworking in pumping thick kidney polsoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is Soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases gird Is sold on its merits fiftYIces You may have are waste or to ex to be sample bottle by mall nom of swunpKoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing pro Kilmer CSIlnhamton N Y Dont make any mietakebutremmberthe name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Bwamu Boot and the dteegl Blnghamto N Y on every bottle H W GRADY ON WHISKEY TRAFFIC I Tonight it flntors the humble home to strike the roses from a womans cheek and tomorrow it challenges this republic in the halls of Congress Today it strmes a crust from the lips of a starving child and tomorrow it levies tribute trom the government itself There is no cottage humble enough to escape it no palace strong enough to shut it out It defies the law it cannot coerce suffrageIt mortal enemy of peace and order the despoiler of men and has dug more graves and sent more souls unsiirived to judgement than all terror Of women the clown that shadows the face of children It is the demon that has been more harmful than the pestialences that have wasted life since Uod sent the plagues to Egypt or all the wars since Joshua stood before Jericho- It comes to ruin and it shall profit mainly by the ruin ot your sons and mineIt comes to mislead human souls and to crush human hearts under its numb ling wheels It comes to bring grayhaired moth j ers down in shame and sorrow to their gravesIt I to change the wifes love into despair her pride into shame It comes to still the laughter on the lips of little children It comes tc stifle all tae music of the home and to fill It with desolation- It I comes to rniu your body and mind to wreck your home and it knows it must measure its prosperity by the swiftness and certainty with which it wrecks this world REVENUE BILL PASSED BY 56 TO 32I Frankfort Ky March 1The Ke venue and Taxation bill finally passed the House this morning by a vote ofii 56 to S2 The bill has had a stormy I session in the House and the substi tute with its varied amendments which finally passed the Huusa today is hardly on speaking terms with the original House Bill No 1 Introduced by James S Morris The original bill was the trait of the labors of a Senate commission which had worKed two years on it In that form it went into tne joint committee where it was slashed and gasned almost beyond recognition and finally re ported back to the House over a ween ago For three days it was under con sideration in committee of the wfiol where it was chopped in places and amendments were tacked on in other places A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlain Cough Re medy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent attack For sale by Short Haynes Clover port Influence Versus a Vote Rev Madison C Peters of New YorK is renorted as saying that if a woman could vote the would have no man to represent her According to all accounts men in office are much more desirous to represent the lives of women in States where they have noneMrs Mary C C Bradford presi dent of tbe Colorado State Federation of Womans Clubs said at the Con gressional Hearing in Washington in February 1504 Instead of womans influence being lessened by having a vote it is greatly increased Tbere were so many members of the last Legislature who wanted to get their bills endorsed by the women that the Legislative Committee of our Federa tion had to sit one day in every week to give hearings to them Women outside the equal suffrage States do not hays this experience Mrs A Watson Lister secretary of the Womans National Council of Aus tralia visited the United States last year At a meeting in Boston she said HOne striking result of equal suffrage is that members of Parliament now consult us as to their bills when these bear upon interests of women The author of the new divorcee bill seined representatives of all the wom ens organizations to come together and hear him read it and to make criticisms and suggestions I do not remember any such tning happening before women obtained the franchise After we had worked for years with members of Parliament for various reforms without avail because we had no votes you cannot imagine the differ iDes When we held meetings to advocate public measures that women wanted we used to have to go out in to the highways an hegdes and com pel the members of Parliament to come TWO OPEN LETTERS IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN Mrs Mary Dimmick of Washington tella Hpw Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Made Her Well publishthemanytimes JMrsMary Dirnmick 1 Pinkham of Lynn Mass is fully quail fled to give helpful advice to sick womem Read Mrs Dimmicks letters Her first letterfDear Mrs Pinkharn I have been a sufferer for the past eight years with a trouble which first originated from painful periodthe pains wereexcruci ating withinfammationandulcerationofthe female organs The doctor says I must have an operation or I cannot live I do not want T to submit to an operation if I can Iblys MaryDlmmfckHer second letter Dear Mrs Pinkham 1 You will remember my condition when IIlast wrote you and that tho doctor said I must have an operation or I could not live tadvicet well As iny case was so serious it seems a I miracle that I am cured I know that I owe not only ray health but my life to Lydfo E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and to your advice I can walk miles without an ache or a pain and I wish every suffering woman would read this letter and realize what you can do for them Mrs Mary Dimmick 59th and East Capitol Stress Washington D C How easy it was for Mrs Dimmick tot write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass and how little it cost leera twocent stamp Yet how valuable was the replyI As Mrs Dimmick says itsaved her life Mrs Pinkham has on file thousands of just such letters as the above and offers ailing women helpful advice in Now the difficulty is to keep them out I nave seen s von Senate rs at one small meeting Cbilrary has not hen destroyed but increased On the platform at out of our meetings a the secretary happened to drop her pencil and I saw the premier and s veralmembers of Parliament scramb ling to pick it up to Everybody knows that Ifgislntors care more to consult the wisnes of voters that those of persons without a vote Hence where women have tie I ballot they are of course more truly i represented by tne lawmakers Alice Stone BlackwellI The orignal Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys HoneyII and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation willII give the same satisfaction It is mildy laaxtive It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons A R Fisher Nearing the City Margaret Ridey Scott in the March Century The qUiet hills stretched far behind The swift train cut the broad green plain Like some mad stream of impulse blind That rushes headlong toward tbeI mail The peace of apple trees in bloom No longer wooed the soul to dream While songa of hillside brooks made room For harsher sounds of brass and team The keen electric thrill of life Rose vibrate through the sunless air Already traffics noisy strife Foreboded the unrest of care Not evn the memory of the thrush Outponring lyrics oer the fold Could drown tbe cries or still the rush Of those who gave the souls for gold i Yet in this net of complex wavs Where time is all too brief for dreams With heart still stirred perchance by days Passed long ago near willowed streams Tne child named Thought who hither came From guardian bill Iron cradling mead Who learned through God or lure of fame The master lifebecame a Deed If it is a attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Ky Perieyerioar Jenkins Is a man of remarkablo per severance Is he Yes Indeed He has tried six dif ferent kinds of hair restorer and he hasnt given up the fight yet ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by EvansSnlderBuel Co Live Stock Commission Agents Special to tile News National Stock Yardslll Feb 28th 1000The week opened with very light receipts of cattle and a strong active market beef M ers regaining the loss noteci last week when at the close most sales showed a decline of 15 to 25 cents A good many plainish prntty good export steers are selling from 525 to 550 yet it takes a pretty good grade of 10r0 to 1250 lb steers to bring 4UO to 525 No fancy grades have been here thus ae counting for the lack of higher quota tions as something prime as to flesh and quality would sell around 000 In short the balk ot the fat steers are selling from 435 to 4 00 Butcher grades showed less decline than beef grades last week and lure wise a little more strength thus week valnes averaging a shade higher than noted in our last letter Odd lots of stallfed prime fat cows have reached 450 but the bulk of the receipts sold J50 to 1415 cutters around 300 and canners from 250 down Some axles show 10 to 20 cents advance over a week ago Owing to the severe storm the fore part of the week country buyers were as were also receipts in the sock er and feeder division Yard traders are all pretty well supplied with but desirable grades and the trade allII less active than a week ago We have the highest hog market in the west and extreme top of 040 hay ing been reached here and our values are 20 centH higher than Kansas City and 5 to 10 higher than ChlcagD Chicago had 00000 hugs on Monday which rcaused a slight set back but prices have ruled steady to strong since with bulK of tne packers selling 015 to 025 pig and lights 5 25 to 5C6 Sheep trade unchanged Compared with a year ago the average prices of cattle are 135 per cwt higher hogs 35 cents higher and sheep about 75 conts lower With these facts before you you should not hesi ii tate to take advantage of these prices on anything that is ready for market Witn thirteen inches of snow on the ground country roads almost impassable and Ilent coming this week it is question what the near future will bring forth EvansSniderBuel Co A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid nil serious trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They per factly regulate these organs without pain or discomfort 25o at Short Haynes druggist L II ST to TIME fABLE EAST HOUND No46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Poiit only arrlv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall ana Kxpress leaves Clo verport B 52 A M stops ut all way stations arrives Louisville 123o p m Truln No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p ni stops ut till way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Tray No48 Dully Cloverport accomrac dutlon arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND DallyCioverportaccommodatlonleaves vllln900a in expressleavesHuwesvllle Lewlsport Muceo Owcnsboro Stanley Spottsvllle Hendereon and Ev ansvllle arrives St Louis 720 p m Truln No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 730 p m Evunsvlllo 1030 p in Stops at all stations No45 daily St Louts fut train leavesClo verport 11 06J P M arrives Evunsvlllo 135 A St St Louis t40 A St stops at llawecvllie Owcnsboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville aid St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 ally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430 n rrlves Irvlngton 840 a m Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p m Iraln No 0 Sunday only Fordsvllle630a m Irvington 903 am WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 am arrives Fordsville 245 pmTrain No leaves Irvington 650 p m arrives Fordsville 92on m A Star Out of Jncob In the time of the reign of Hadrian about A D 130 a Jew appeared among the peopl of Palestine claiming to be a messlab the star out of Jacob which Balaam predicted In Ids prophecy See Numbers xxiv 17 This Jewish inesslals name was Simeon Bar Cocheba which latter name In the Hebrew language means son of a star This individual who so blatant ly proclaimed himself to be of divine origin took Jerusalem by storm A D 132 and actually commenced the rebuilding of the temple lIe took the government In hand and Issued coins and performed many other public b fices One of these colas now In tht British museum has an enlarged star I upon ono side and upon the other a Hebrew legend meaning The Deliverer of Jerusalem The Jews It Is said lost 000000 men defending this messiah at the time when the Roman gov ernment attempted to put down the popular delusion In Roman history Bar Coclteba Is known as Cozlba of Barchocbeba The enemies of the son of a star changed his name to BarCozeba which In the Hebrew means son of a lie q AyersPillswti beautiful brown or rich black Use house you rectly weii ONta NNNNNN NNONNONNNNN4 i Bank of HardinsburgSurplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 BEARD PRESIDENT BEARD Cashier iiB PAUl COMPTON Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge Beard Lafe Green Vic Robertson Beard iiInsured against Kincheloe loss by RichardsoniiInterest paid on time hN N00o0000 4N44 NN114NNNN1NNNNNSS lN iNNUS First State Bank IRVINGTON KY PIGGOTT JOHN WIMP Vice Presiden KEMPER Cashier Accounts Corporations Firms and Individuals Interest Paid on Time Deposits tiINNINt1NNMiNIA 888NNNNN THEii I Fifth Avenue I HOTEL Louisville Ky- i PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr U FiguresOn I OnFarms You your a Hes r one I net Iiverio DYE run en or L r luu A N o u 0 OFFICERS F M H G W C B F Dr A M D S i ra 4 + S a e W J R H H solicited t + II 1 I H la In Id do to do or llocated only firstclass In the making a- Coo rateublock from tbe district blocks the cars the to of the andiclean I IIf you could 1100 an buy it an You do it If can buy the land 10 else is just as good buy it in the shouldnt you wish to Know ubout It for copies of our lit books are OklahomLIIA HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Louis a I Came I Saw I Prospered d Thats the universal report great Southwest where pros perity is common experience of many It is a report given Hither way of encouragement and advice Southwestern is in a position to advise He lies passed previous condition of dependence or partial dependence to most perfect independence broadened acres increased three five tenfold the exchange of highpriced lands in the cheap farms of the Southwest multiplied in ex tect every an of good ground In a ship has come in Can you afford to wait longer yours There are ninny similar opportunities still m Arkansas Territory Oklahoma Texas and New Write Booklets Rates Southwest Feb 20 March 6 20 Round trip 75 cent of oneway rate One way half fare 2 Ada dearest Ada IiiYOI1 be Charles this Is so unexpected must give me a little time long darling Oh I will call mamma She waiting the next room Fllegcndo Blatter Willing Now began philosopher take the life of neighbor instance It In minute Interrupted tho practical man If the law would not Interfere learning to play the cornet Anxious Please Neptune I say Boreas 1C you keep on blowing like that youll get yourself disliked BoreasWhat I care It Isnt my business to furnish popular 1Ls odero Society Keep them in the Take when feel bil sous dizzy They di on the re cauovim OK co njuiitu N Assistant N AB President of The most centrally and hotel city Only one principal shopping two from principal theatres Street pass door all parts city- Everything neat sell your farm today for acre and back tomorrow for 110 acre would you 100 for somewhere the proposition You can Southwest Why you do ft1 more write Texas and They free SI from the the the not boastfully by The from his the He has Iris and his holdings and even by East for acre acre word his for open Indian Mexico for per the plus mineOh How Just the for He Not and AIeOUIREI OEO H LEEKH I ILillieOJ She Work nt Home Hicks I understand Mrs Bias has learned how to keep her husband at home Wicks Nonsense lilac is out with the boys nearly every night Hicks You misunderstand me I mean the work she does at home keeps him Shes n dressmaker you know Phila delphia Ledger VnInlllnr lorsnit Dont bo so sweeping In your Judg ments Tburcs that prominent man I mentioned Just now who I am sure has always pursued an upright life That may be but hes never caught up with It Baltimore American Snronitlc First Medical ManMy practice has doubled since I came to this town Second Medical Manoh so you have got another patlentt v 1 i i i i r I Jf i1Zf 7il f lIr T f tt ir r lr I l t KIi I ItJ t p T f = JJ Tt ea cs pIp ll a n b v C e t 1 I f t c ii ItP lli llk rr r t J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI I JNO D and V Q BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please otify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 A BIT OF LAW The following ordinance taken from the book of City Ordinances of Clover port shows very plainly to our mind thatcertain businesses now in operation in Cloverport on Sunday are in open violation of the law The evidence in these particular cases is more than prima facie it is to our mind absolutely plain evidence of guilt We presume the or dinance was compiled and passed by the City Council with the view of being enforced Present conditions however make it pure and simple a mockery The ordinance reads No work or business shall be done on the Sabbath day except the ordinary household offices or other work of necessity or charity or work required in the maintenance or operation oi a ferry skiff or steamboat or steam or street rail roads If any person on the Sabbath day shall himself be found at his own or any other trade or calling or shall employ his apprentices or other person iu labor or other business whether the same be for profit or amusement unless such as is permitted above he shall be fined not less than two nor more than fifty dol lars for each offense Every petsou or apprentice so employed shall be deemed a separate offense Persons who are members of a religious society who observe as a Sabbath any other day in the week than Sunday shall not be liable to the penalty prescribed in this ordinance if they observe as a Sabbath one day in each seven as herein provided As a little contrast to the above ordinance we reproduce below an ordinance regarding tire works which was rigidly very rigidly en forced during the Christmas holidays It is as follows- It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to explode or Bet fire to any firecrackers fire wheel skyrocket roman andle or any fire works of any kind or character on or in any street alley or other public place within the corporate limits of the City of Cloverport or at any other place within the corporate limits of said city Any person violating the provisions of this ordinance or any part thereof shall be fined not less than one nor more than ten dollars for each offenseOne ordinance stands primarily for the protection of man the other for the protection of the consecration of the Sabbath The Sab bath day is of Gods own creation Do we reverence man more than God 1 The contrast between the enforcement and nonenforcement of these ordinances is so striking as to make the unweary believe that Cloverport has a higher reverence for man than God But thank God we do not think this is the case + LOCALTHE SALOON stiVD OPTION A common cry among the advocates of the open saloon in Clover port is that whisky is being sold hero now with local option and af fairs are as bad as ifwo had an open saloon On the face of iti affairs are not as bad as they would be with an open saloon In the six years that Cloverport has had local option has there been a man killed while under the influence of liquor Has that boy of yours been brought home to you at 12 oclock in the night made drunk by some DRAM SELLER 1 No Does that sweet daughter of yours you love with every breath you breathe and with every throb of your heart does she on her way to school or on the street shopping have to pass by a foul illsmelling saloon where the vilest oaths and the most debaucherous slander and talkseethe out of its door while your darling with her pure thoughts and her chastity walks bye DOES LOCAL OPTION AFFORD Tills No You say that whisky can be gotten by anybody But can it be securedas easily as if an open saloon with its band playing and billiard balls rolling were standing on our front street enticing our boys in 1 The veteran drinker who loves whisky and even the smell kindles his appetite does he fall to the gutter as often when local option exist as when the saloon invites him in 1 The affairs gentlemen you who stand for an open saloon are not as bad with local option as with a saloon And furthermore ifaffairs are a little bad with local option you know that you have not by your vote helped to bring about such conditions and you are not personally responsible for suchconditions TOO MANY IDLE depotThisThere is an ordinance against this and it ought to be enforced The ordinance regarding it reads- It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to congregate loaf or loiter orCloverportnnybusinessevery person so offending twentyfivedollarsIf any ablebodie1 person be found begging loitering or rambling about not having the means to support himself by some visible property or does not be take himself to labor at some honest and lawful calling to obtain a livelihood or who is idle or dissolute in habits or is found loafing or idling about places of evil resort without visible means of support shall be arrested and adjudged to be a polleecourttwentyfive each offense IF every man on our Main street would make it his business t keep an eye on the pot maker no pots would be made up The follows that make the nelIardup a lowshaspots are still being made up on the sly and the people of Cloverport dont want this If the law wont stop lawlessness let public sentiment do it THE Farm Journal has nearly three million readers each issue It iis the best farm paper in America and it pleases the women folks all to pieces We have made a special arrangement by which by paying for the Breckenridgo Nows one year in advance the subscription will include thoFarra Journal for the balance of 1906 andall of 1907 1908 1909 and 1910 nearly five years and at the price of our paper alone TILE local union of the A S of E of McQuady have said by reso lution that they will not help a nonmember in the matter of wheat threshing logrolling cornshredding or house or barnraising This is the first step of this kind that has been taken by the A Sof E in this section Such resolutions however arc in force in Tennessee and even moro radical methods than this have been adopted to wield the power of the American Society of Equity WE wish every farmer in Breckenridgo county could have been present at the State Institute hold in Frankfort last week and heard Prof Wing on tho growing of Alfalfa It was full of pathos and many practical ideas The Institute was a grand success Commissioner Vreeland deserves tho thanks of every farmer in the State for his good work on behalf of agriculture in Kentucky Dr Footo will tell our leaders all about it in our next issuo FRED PIERCE is a chip oil the old block Hes got tho metal of his father in him Fred reminds us of an instance in his fathers life when ho threw the first shovel of dirt on tho Texas road Fred is doing in Now Mexico what his father did in this county years ago putting his hands to the saw as his father did to the shovel helping to push and move things Wo congratulate tho young man SUMMER will soon be here There are many beautiful sites in and around Cloverport and the town should not be without a park At little expense a lot could bo converted into a park with scats walk ways swings u tennis court etc Many towns with Cloverports population have parks and when they are conducted properly are a credit to the towns TIlE News magazine section is full of good reading this week Rich Wedding Presents Homes for City Waifs and The Post cr in Politic3 are interesting stories found in this section A NEW YORK court has decided that in New York the husband is boss of tho household In Kentucky tho women let the men think they are it but in reality the women are the bosses THE best thing you can do with that dollar in your pocket is to spend it for a years subscription to the News and five years subscription to the Farm Journal of Philadelphia WHAT are you doing or saying in behalf of that good roads con ventibn Get to work get busy on tho good roads question Judge Moorman is a good roads man and is in a position to help the Ivor along if the people show any interest ITIlE Chinese since tho war with tho Boxers have adopted modern military tactics but they will not consent to losing their queues A BOAT factory and a pottery are on foot for Cloverport So much for the good work of the Commercial Club THE United States is sending 20000 soldiers to China to protect tho missionaries CLOVERPORT would welcome a visit from Attorney Layman BE careful now dont read your neighbors News OWENSRORO is mad at Henderson Naughty boys READ Mars Henry on tho saloon DUKES Mrs Ola Campbel is sick Our prayer meeting is progressing nicelyBen Basham and Alex Powers at tended singing at Patesville Sunday nUlbtIHomer Tindle left Wednesday for Hardinsbnrg where he will go to school this spring Ben Powers traded his 140 horse to S Biven above Cloverport Powers gave 15 in the trade Wntler Tindle wbo visited his par ents last week returned to bis home at Oweusboro Wednesday John Johnson and family and Miss Carrie Biven attended the birthday dinner at Torn Powers Goering Marion Campbell and family ot Lewisport passes through hero en route to Patesville where they will reside in the future Rev Brear filled his regular appoint SundayAfterto J H Bashams pond where the fol lowing were baptized Mr James Cahill Mrs Cordie owns and Misses Madie Basbam and ilora Newbury Dr Foote to Report Breckenridge NowaI have just returned from 3 days meeting of the State Farming Insti tute held at Frankfort Was sent as a delegate by Judge Moore man and will report through these columns when I have moro time Watch forCruPlbs from the Farmers Institute Yours Trulv Dr W F Foote Tbe society people of Cynthiana are grandjurysays that the society people are gambl prizesThOjake a through investigation and to personsfoundeuchre games Miss Rebecca Willis of rt is tbe guest of Mrs J B Randal of 1114 West Broadway Mrs Randall gave a most charming entertainment last evening in honor of her guest A number of entertainments have been byhercltySundayCourlerJournal CourierJournalOBir3TORttJ Sun You Have Always Bought ofthot21If I Many persons are still unaccounted for at Meridian Miss and are be lieved to be buried in the wreckage caused by the cyclone Local parties living at Meridian from present reports were not injured PRECINCT No1 No2 No3 No4 Balltown Cloverport No1 Cloverport No2 Cloverport No3 Stephensport Union Star Mooleyvillo Yebstorf 1 Big Spring Bowloyville iMookHudsonvillo McDaniols Glendeane Rockvale GARRETT Misses Mabel and Jennie Rhodes have entered school at Ekron Dick Cissell cut his leg badly with an ax while triming a limb Everett Bradley has moved in to the house with Miss Bettie Os borne and sister Mr and Mrs James Foushee spent Monday with John Foushee of Stites Valley Monday Prof C W Craycroft began a spring term of school here Mon day with twentytwo pupils Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey or Bowloyvillo spent Sunday with latter s parentsAlr and Mrs FousheeCharley Pried and wife of Brandenburg and nr H Donnau and- family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J Ii Shacklett EKRON The Misses Rbodesot Garrett entered school here Inst Monday Albert Barry of Cloverport was here on business Saturday Mr Hall ot Webster was tbe guest of Miss Nell Childs SundayiMiss Cora Dowell visited her broth er Proc Dowell last Friday and Sat urdayJames Barr Goodson and Eddie Ben BrandenburgSaturday Mrs Sallie Owings visited her father and mother Mr and Mrs J F Wooltolk Friday Dr S H StIth his mother and ale ter dined witb Mr and Mrs A MISimpson Saturday Rev Bennett of Brandenburg preached a very interesting sermon bere Sunday afternoon Mrs Thos Stitb of Stitbs Val ley has been spending some time with her son Dr S H Stith Mr and Mrs Frank Richardson returned Sunday from their bridal trip and are at home to their many friends Rev Kerr the pastor of Gnston church spent Saturday night tbe guest of Mr and Mrs A M Simpson Goodson and Eddie Bennett Fry mire of Chenault spent several davs last week with their uncle WM Fry mireMiss entertaInedMissEddieBennettevening Ladles Aid met with Mrs Bob kllowell last Thursday eve after devo Interesting Mrs Dowells daughter presented a new phase to the general customs of these meetings by serving a lunch of cake and cream to all present NEW BETHEL sickhstFred Hawkins has purchased a new grapbophbne Richard Adkisson was in Clover port Sunday James Dowell attended cburon n Hites Run last fourth Sunday All the farmers around here are about through burning plant beds Clarence Maysey near Stebhensport was the guest of Bevie Hawkins dun dayHarry and James Seaton were the guest of their grandparents near HUes run Sunday Hardlnsburghasbeen Richard Miller LouiseBabbageto hear Sousa and bis band CHAIRMAN GranvilloViisonRev Mike Miller Frank Greenwoll John Adair Byron Cart H G Vssels J V St Clair John H Wimp C C Martin- Charles Blanford Cook C C Pile RoyaltyF E L Robertson Frank Ruppert V ILLS JutweekweekE P Hardaway was in West Poirjt Friday Miss Boyle Cain in visiting Mrs Ji- M Jolly Irvintgon Hon W A Btith and family attend ed church here Sunday- D CHeron left today Monday for California on a business trip Dr P WFoote attended The FarM ers Institute at Frankfort last weer vlslungRevweek Mr and Mrs W A Stith were the DrurySaturdayMisses Bettte Lee Jolly and Eliza beth Cain spent several days last week with MIss Ada May Foote = Hon Cbas Blanford was called te sJBterMrsMisss Maggie Scott Big Spring attended cnurch here Sunday and was tko guest of C D Haidaway and family Miss Alberta Drury left Wednesday tor Louisville She is taking a course in bookkeeping at Bryant Btrat tonsWe were very much grieved to learn of tbe death o Mrs Dan HhacKlette She had many friends here having visited in tbe vicinity quite a number of times f Rev Roe tilled bis regular appoR ment hero Saturday and andayrre made a very interesting talK on the toLouisvilleUNION STAR Moro winter weatber Mrs Nannie Cart is sick J M Rollins has moved to town Born to the wife of Wm Walls a fine boy Representative Ed Shelman was at home last Sunday Herbert Bennitt of Amons visited Mr and Mrs F M Baysinger last SundayMisses Mary Shelman and Claycomb was in town last Thursday shoppingAlfred Adkins Jr ot Sample has moved on John Gardners farm on Sugar Tree Run To uncle Joa Mullhatten We have Wedontall together We raise some corn and tobacuo Corn grows so large that itytakes an extra hand to chop down the stalk at gathering ptentitalin 1 tion I am very sorrow uncle Joes keephIm S J Bauer and daughter MIss Anna are ill Oscar Young was in Cloverport Sat urday on business Rev RMUldham tilled his regaleappointment at the Baptist church Sa urday and Sunday morning tJMwasttown Monday on business spenlagand other points returned the form part of the week Mr Babbit of Easton Ky wI passed througn hereenroute toHawf ville Sunday of last week was niRbadThe hull of the steamer JWTboma which sank near Tell City Nome tin ago has been refloated ana taken u the river by the Bellevue She ha been placed on dry dock at Jeffersor villo Ind GOOD ROADS COVENTION HARDINSBUG SATURDAY MARCH 24 Precinct Officers Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Hardinsburg JollyAlf BarryChas John BEWLEY Mattie PATESVILLE SECRETARY Gabe Wright Sam Hennmger Hubert DeJarnett Herbert M Beard Curtis Pate Fred Ferry J D Babbage T C Tousey Jesse Miller Lonnio Hall Scott Cunningham Henry Kurtz R W Jolly John Morris DruryPete Huston Alexander Dr S J Hall Henry Cannon W R Moorman Dave Howardq The foregoing citizens of Breckonridgo county are hereby appointed Chairman and Secretarytheir respective precincts as shown on above list for the purpose of conducting the precinct convontro which will be hold in each votiplacowithocounty convention a si cords cess the The delegates will confer with the Chairman and all pull together See that your Secretary appoiutmoIiavowill then in Secretary a ththeby some of the best of rand each others peerscannotv there is informatanythat desire I funoralacounintelest1t 7 uv we will I am Very Truly vitveaan H DEH MOOUMAM JB C C kt j f 1Il r I I fl oF 11 lliiI eo yd Li1Mr3srtfir I fI I ll I i lJ i J i tt i tI I y c J Jt 1 1 1 1 a pr 1 J prom ttT r F r Oi t + 1 i THE BREGKENRIDGEI NEWS fI i MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 PART TWO i s I y Ir Ie 1a 1le lely lyIs Ism feld I ldit itle lenl nlIe Ieop opss ssit itI itI itf itd itri f rir rit rih ria rin rior i orLo Loti tivi I I viD via vit g RICH WEDDING PRESENTS GIFTS TO PRESIDENTS DAUGU TER TUB MOST MAGNIFICENT EVER PRESENTED Valued at Hundreds of Thousands of DollarsRare Tapestries Silk Jewelry and other Ornaments from Every Country No other American girl has received wedding presents so numerous valu able or interesting as those which havo been showered upon President Roosevelts oldest daughter Nelly AGrant who next to Alice Roosevelt t gUtstrmost brilliant White Houso I trophies pale by comparison with those of the first White House brIde of the present century For one thing there were only two hundred guests at the marriage of Nelly Grant and Algernon Sartorls whereas nearly one thousand persons were Invited to the White House wedding of 100G and of course the number of presents In the latter case outnumbers those in the former Instance in the same proportion Recognized as Great World Power Then too Uncle Sam was not near ly so much of a World Power fh tho days of President Grant as he hasI been since the SpanishAmerican War and consequently It is small wonI der if tho various rulers of the world have manifested greater Interest in the nuptials of tho daughter of the press ent Chief Magistrate than they didI in the similar ev nt a quarter of a tern tury ago- However It should be explained just here that President Roosevelts daughter has received very few pre sents from foreign governments al roost all of tho gifts having come from the sovereigns or other rulers as individuals That the governments should not send tokens was the express wish of President and Mrs Roosevelt and was clearly indicated to tho Of GOBELIN I d States Ambassadors and Win kldnf In the various capitals of tho ntud Two governments those of Cuba and France had already made all arrangements for governmental gifts ere the intimation came from Washington and cf course in each caso the original plan was carried out but at the other courts of tho world tho governments took no action but Joft matters in the hands of tho rulers who were to be sure at entire liberty to send presents provided they paid for them out of their own pockets Incomparable Gobelin Tapestry Of the thousands of wedding presents valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars which arrived at the White House during the first half of the month of February undoubtedly one of the most attractive was the won derful pieces of Gobelin Tapestry the gift of the Republic of France and which was presented to Mlas Roosevelt in person by M Jusserand the French mba sador to tho United States This rift has especial significance from the fact that tho factory where It was manufactured was established by Louis XIV is under the direct con trol of then government Of France before have the looms In this Never thatwuplantproducedgovernmentalart WI designed as a gift either for royalty or for somo distinguished son of France and oven such honor has been paid but rarely It was tho wish of the French people and officials to present to tho White House bride the most exquisite and precious thing that could be selected and quito naturally they selected a special product of their best workshop This Gobelin tapestrytho only one of the kind ever sent to this country has as its design a reproduction of a painting made by Ehrman of Stras burg a famous Alsatian painter The tapestry is two feet wide an four feet long and tho predominating colors are blue green and yellow It was made fully fifty years ago and the subject is allegorical In character representing a woman of the Middle Ages dressed In long flowing robes of blue and yellow and standing before a lectern making illuminations upon a scroll Tho figure is almost in pro file and tho dark hair is curled about the head in classic style Around theI main plcture ls a border wider at each end and narrower on the sidesI in which wreaths leaves and medal lions appear at Intervals This tapestry small as it Is Is said to bo worth from 25000 to 50000 Jeweled Necklace from Cuba For tho new Republics gift to the daughter of President Roosevelt the Cuban government appropriated the sum of 25000 and the Cuban Minis ter at Paris was entrusted with tho task of purchasing the handsomest Jeweled necklace that could be obtain ed with this sum The Whlto House bride by tho way has received sever al pearls and diamond necklaces Most of them havo come however from relatives of the bride and wealthy New York friends The German Emperor did not take the world into his confidence with reference to the present sent to th young lady who christened his yacht but It proved to bo a Jewelel bracelet for which the Emperor nnd Empress personally selected and matched tie PIECE TAPESTRY FROM FRANCE I merely gems The Kaisers envoy in America and hlsbrldoBcutixset of dessert plates of Dresden China The Represent atives fellow Congressmen from Ohio gavo a silver loving cup said to have cost 800 and the Congressmen re presenting the State of New York made up a fund and purchased a splendid set of ornamental glass made by Tiffany The White House bride has reason to congratulate herself that all foreign donors Including the Eur opean and Oriental sovereigns arrang ed to themselves pay the duties on their wonderful collection of silks rugs vases and other ornaments If tho Presidents daughter had been obliged to defray from her private funds tho Import tax on these sou venirs It would havo played havoc for some time to come with her personal Income of 3000 a year A Vast Greenhouse The atmosphere of tho earth acts very much in tho same way as does the glass of a greenhouseIt allows the rays of tho sun to pass through but imprisons the heat Thus it Is colder on the top of a mountain than at the sea level because though the mountaintop Is slightly nearer the sun the atmosphere it very much tear dense MORGAN A GOOD LOSER VENERABLE ALABAMIAN SHOWN NOT TO BE A PANAMA CANAL OBSTRUCTIONIST Is Second Oldest Man in the United States Senate But Possessed of Great VitalityStrong But Always FighterfSenator John T Morgan of Alabama eightyone years old or eightyone o1dhis colleague Senator Pettus of Alabama the oldest man in the United States Senate He is one of the very active men of the Senate and of late years has achieved considerable fame because of the vigor with which he championed the Nicaragua route as the proper way for the transisthmian canal and also for the ardor and perseverance of his opposition to the Panama route Because of the bitterness of his antag onism to the purchase by the United States of the concessions of the FrancoPanama canal compn v and because of his determined effort to defeat the adoption of the Panama route Senator Morgan has in some quarters gained the reputation of be ing an obstructionistA Nothing coul be farther from tho truth He is a great and strong fighter but his opposition Is fair and square he has resorted to ne of the tactics employed by Congressional ob structionists and when he has been beaten he has admitted it This is clearly shown In a recent letter to the Panama Canal Commission declining an Invitation to accompany the Commission on a trip to the Isthmus In this letter the venerable Senator says IIayVar111adone all that I could and much more than I thought could ever bo of advantage to the country to sustain the government In Its purpose to construct a canal at Pana ma Yet I have not believed that success could crown their efforts even In their most costly nnd desperate form You may find the key to unlock the barriers that nature has Interposed at Panama If you should be so fortunate I will applaud your genius and courage I will vote to provide you with every reasonable au yourtasksponsibility This letter shows that Senator Mor gan Is n good loser as well ns a good lighter To he a good loser Is n admirable trait He does not rankle over defeat and does not nurse a cause which be rvcs is Irretrievably lost This la practical statesmanship- An Active Record Senator Morgan has had an active life Ho was born at Athens Tenn Juno 20 1824 and with his parents went to Alabama when he was nine years old He was admitted to the bar of Alabama in 1845 was a Preslden tial elector In 18CO for the State at largo and voted for Brccklnridgc and Lane was a delegate in 1801 from Dallas county to the State convention which passed the ordinance of secess ion Joined the Confederate army In 1801 as a private In the Cahaba Rifles and when that company was assign regimentJohn andluterretlmentHo1802 and raised the fiftyfirst Alabama regiment and came out of the war a brigadier general in command of an Alabama brigade Ho was Presiden tial elector in 1870 and voted for Samuel J Tllden and was elected to succeedGeorgeMarch Ctb 1877 He has been in the probablyremainas long as he lives- MESSAGES UNDERGROUND A Jesuit of Pennsvaniathe Inven or of a TelegraphSystem WllkesBarrowlthtnthesend wireless messages to Europe by means of his new system which is operationSlnco aerIalwirelessperfectionFatherexperimentIngwhich he believes will be more value able than tho aerial system His ex perlments so far have been limitedI to short distances with moderato elec trlcal power and shallow holes Bu t ho is now completing undergroundI stations in Wilkes Barro and Scran ton and will conduct the experiments on a larger scale So far as he baa proceeded wl this work so successfully has his theory of underground wireless tel egraph worked out that recently he j announced ho had no doubt of his ability to send an underground message to Europo and that tho export jment will shortly be made despit- the fact that it is estimated it will cost C000 To accomplish this ho says a shaft 3000 feet deep must be sunk in this country and one of similar depth in Europe Each of theso will have to concreted to render It Impervious I dampness which would destroy th efficiency of the wires with which the sending and receiving apparatus be connected with the surface great deal of newer will also ba required The shafts at WllkesBarre and Scranton are 800 feet deep and the distant to alghieea miles The shall at the former city was completed and partly concreted when it filled with water and another ono will have to be bored Tho Scranton shaft is now nearly completed Father Murgas wireless system dif fers from all others by dispensing with the Morse system and substituting musical tones each tone represent ing a letter or a code word or group of words so that a speed about ten times as great as the fastest Morse code can be attained- REWARDED BY CARNEGIE Miss Maud Titus Presented With a Medal and an hclucatlon When Miss Maud Titus of Newark N J rescued her friend Laura Relf snyder from drowning In a yachting accident in Casco Day Nova Scotia July 30 1904 she did not know that her act placed her under the watchful eye of Andrew Carnegie the Steel King Miss Titus and her unfortunate friend were out yachting on that fateful day when a sudden squall upset their yacht Miss Titus Is an expert swimmer while Miss Reifsnyder un MISS MAUD TITUS Is Awarded Carncolc Medal and educational Fund able to swim quickly sank In the deep water Upon coming to the surface however she was seized by the Newark heroine who brought her safely to shoreFor her act of heroism Miss Titus of who is only sixteen years old was a warded a Carnegie medal although at the time her name was under con sideration hundreds of other persons were brought forward as worthy of re wardSince receiving the medal Miss Tltuss father died leaving Insufficient money to send her to college as she craved Miss Rolfsnyder apprised the Carneglo commission of her friends desire for an education and tho commission decided to grant her 2500 Five hundred dollars of this is to be paid upon her entrance to a school 500 annually in advance for three years and 500 at her graduation This is tho largest reward ever given by the commission tho highest prevl lous being 1000 Titled Celebrities Edward VII King of England and Emperor of India Is Imposing enough but such a slender collection of words would never serve to fire tho Oriental Imagination and tho Sultan of Turkey Is known as Tho Finest Pearl of the Age and the Esteemed Centre of tho Universe at Whoso Grand Portals Stand the Camels of Justice and Mercy and to Whom tho Eyes of the Kings and Peoples in the West have been Drawn Lord and Master tho Sultan of Two Shores and the High King of Two Seas the Crown of Ages and the Pride of All Countries the Greatest of all Khalifs tho Shadow of God on Earth tho Successor of tho Apostlo of the Lord of the Universe and tho VIe torlous Conqueror Sultan AbdulHamld KhanIThe kings of Ava and Ceylon each calmly appropriated to themselves the attributes of divinity and proclaimed themselves God to which His I Majesty of Ava added King of Kings whom all others must obey as he la I the Preserver of all Animals tho Regulator of Seasons the Absolute Mas ter of tho Ebb and Flow of the Sea Brother to tho Sun and King of the antitclimax essentially Oriental Tho Persian Shah takes his UUI upon tho instalment plan making up in number what each lacks in length KingsWThe Rose of Delight Tho Branch of Honor and others of note to say nothing of what his subjects call him among themselves Perhaps tho oddest and most truth fnl of them all is the title of the King styledeLord of the Sun and tho Moon Magician and Great Thief After such glories as these European monarchs might be forgiven envy though It Is not appnrant that such has developed and democratic King MajestytoSire IlrainsAA largo brain does not necessarily indicate intellect The brain of an Illiterate person has been found to weigh more than of the most celebrat ed scientists poets and philosophers HOMES FOR CITY WAIFS NUMBERLESS ORlUANS IN GREAT CITIESMANY DELIBERATELY DESERTED Eight Million Dollars in Charity Last Year In New York Alone Country Homes Provided In Cases Where PracticableAt vacation Bible classes last summer some tenement children were taught a wordguessing game One of the words selected was home The little girl whose turn It was to guess failed to get a clue and a boy trying to help her said Think of something that smells awful and you want to get away from qalck The child guessed house The dirt and foul atmosphere of his home Is ills gusting to oven the tenement child himself yet home Is the child s great est necessity Authorities on the subject strongly ndvocais thr private fortunes of philanthropists us voi 03 state and municipal funds be devoted not to building Institutions for depen dent children but to pensioning wid ows with families and finding foster parents for orphans Of the 600000 children under U years of ape who form 18 per cent otI the population of New York City 25 000 are homeless waifs About halt of these forlorn little ones are babies between the ages of two and four The causes that operate to bring about this pitiable condition are those that fill the workhouses and prisons death of one or both parents Injury through accident consumption vice crime Inability to obtain work and In competence desertion juvenile de pravlty Many Half Orphans Complete orphanage la less frequent than Is generally supposed In most cases that come under the attention of the charities associations the children are half orphans However when the father Is the surviving parent the re salt as far ns tt Freaking up of the home Is concerned Is the same A man rarely succeeds In keeping his children together If they are very young a womans caro is imperative and where poverty prevents the hiring of nurses the charitable Institution the alternative If a widow Is left with a family the chlldua stand a better chance or not only is it a notor ions fact that a mother will work harder and more effectively than a father to keep te brood together but the charities commissioners recogniz ing the value of even the poorest kind a home to the child will give sub- stantIal if limited aid to that end The Great White Plague Consumption carries off 18 the metropolitan population The lingering illness In tubercular cases is more dls OF FOUND IN COUNTRY astrous to the family than sudden death of the providing head The healthy members are deprived of the necessaries of life to provide medical aid and a small measure of comfort for the Invalid so that by the time the end comes the whole fam ily Is frequently half starved as well as wholly Impoverished and to make matters worse the survivors are to spend the last cent on the funeral Vice and crime are yet more discouraging The num sources of distress ber of children rendered homeless through the misconduct of their par 1 ents is and Is Increasing In temperance Is the most common form of vice and brings countless evils In its train Sooner or later the Gerry gent comes down on the miserable home The parents are sent to peni tentiary or workhouse or are simply put under bonds to contribute to the support of the children The children through the Childrens Court topass an asylum and are sometimes glad to escape from their homes public chari ty meaning to them warmer clothing BUfflcent food and comfortable bed Inability to obtain work In New York usually means incompetency London Is full of the unemployed but that Is hardly the trouble as yet In the American metropolis Law Atrnlnst Desertion of Chlldern Desertion bas become so ammo that several have recently passed laws making It a felony Under these laws the authorities ore able to Impose heavier penalties also to secure extradition in caw the deserting gone to some other state The number oC children left dependent on New Yorks public charity through the desertion of the parents is reckoned by the thousands As to the little unfortunates who are classed as ungovernable who run away from home etctho fault lies largely in the home Indifference neglect and ill treatment qre the causes of Juvenile crime Third class theatres and their flaming advertise ments are frequently the Incentive to petty thieving in order to obtain the of admission while the gay career of the villain In the play tires the Imagination of the slum children whose mrroundlngs all tend to glvo him a cros eyed view of morality Though the gallery hisses the stage villain It admires his good clothes and dashing pose and the boy who has stolen a piece of lend pipe to pay hi way In thinks he has Just the nerve and wit to save himself from the mis erable climax which finishes the bad man on tho stage lid victim of poverty and Its t evils in New York who through the death or Incompetence of ltd patents or Its own depravity cornea within the Jurisdiction of the public charities is usually first sent to one of the citys institutions There are 127 of them and to each the city pays 38 cents a day for each infant cared for and 2 a week for each child over two years The widower sending his cUll tn to one of these Institutions Is requested to pay something towards their support 1C he falls the city pays A municipal officer Is sent to visit the surviving parents of the children once a year and where conditions have Improved to the point which ot eures health and comfort the child It returned to Its home The parents are not always anxious to regain possess- Ion of their children It is a sad com mentary on human nature that they exhibit more eagerness In this direc agowhereTo Make Better Citizens New York gives more largely to charity than any other city and its methods are most severely criticised Nearly 8000000 was contributed last year almost half of which went to institutions for the dtute It has been universally agreed however that the best means for caring for the waifs of great titles is by providing them with homes In country families Tho precaution of first making sure that the childs parents or relatives will never be able or willing to care for it Is urged When this point has been established and a family can be found willing to accept a foundling the child may be adopted outright But if there Is uncertainty on this point or for any reason the family is unwilling to definitely adopt a child he may ba dent out with the understanding that he is to receive wages for such work BB he may be fitted to do but be treated ea one of the family In Massa SCENES CHILDREN WHO HAVE HOMES THE some plight apt large states and parent lias price chusetts and Pennsylvania children la the second class are placed In country families and their board paid by the stateSince taking up this method of pro- vIding homes for Its charges tho Childrens Aid Society of New York City has had 23523 children legally adopted and secured homes In the country for 25537 others who receive wages At present it is placing an ContnucU on next rage PATTERN F R E EThil Ii the belt apron attern ever offered and c IverTc1J I- III to w pleued with thll 3 and all new iub crll n to the- topics Popular Monthly III receive one free Tuli Ii a rue pattern Take iK 7dofnaterlal one yard wide Only I inttona SmallI medium end Large Iee Tuallaorteloru LAB HOXTIUT Is a nlUalrobeautifully Illuitrated home magazine for women and girl Sled with bright In 1 tere tlnir stories and well 1 edited department on FanoTWor Uome1 reu- makJnlr dooktag Flowen Cntti with elrie eta it le being- improved with every issue and U nowone of popUlarrsk j cheapateooayearbut J troduce our mag sine to new read en we lend Tin roiln e rail year and the apron pattern for only BOO Address e PEOPLES POPULAR noNTnlx175ManhattanBldg MfWlsa low l ya i f- I i J 4 b7 r l to c i f i l 1 r r= The Breckenridge News i r WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 k HAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds Ii With impure blood there cannot I be good health h With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood rutts Pills I revivify the torpid LIVER and restor Its natural actionv t A healthy LIVER means pur i blood IPure blood means health pr Health means happiness Take BO Substitute All Druggi- stANNOUNCEMENTX For Congress Wo arc authorized to announce the BON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as i r candidate for Congress In the Fourth Confessional District tubje1 to the action of party LI WHThnrtnan was in town Friday Hovions Rafferty has been sick for several daya Mr and Mrs Martin guns were in Louisville last Wednesday Mr John D Gregory has been ser ionsly Ill for several days Mr and Mrs Austin Pate went to Henderson Thursday to visit GG Wine left Thurdsday after a visit to his daughter Miss Iva Lawrence Murray heard Sonsa and his band at Owensboio Saturday Mrs James Garrett went to Skill man Saturday to visit relatives Miss Eliza May heard Sousa and fits band at Owensooro Saturday Mrs Darnell Dowden went to Can nelton Saturday to visit relatives Jno D Babbage attended the Farmers Institute at Frankfort last week Miss Verna Ryan Tobinsport was the guest of Miss Maud Polk last week Rev J T Lewis was in Stephens port Sunday to fill ate appointment Miss Elizabeth Lamb went to Tobins port Saturday to visit Miss Verne RyanMrs Susan Brown and son Ben 01 near town went to Hawesville Wednesday David Pile of this county is mat earner over the Geneva route near HendersonElmer Warbash end wai the guest ot Mr and Mrs J P King last week Mrs Harry Morrison and little son went to Cannelton Thursday to visit her mother Miss Nina Weatherholt Tobinspott went to Uwensboro Tnursday to visit hr brother D- avidProverbs U When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why- When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emulsion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny I e a sample free Be sure that this picture In the form of a labelll on the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc end Jueo til drorgbt Ed Morrison was in Louisville last weekSpecial muslo at M E church next Sunday Russell Harris was in Louisville last week- Eminett Gregory Martindale was it the city Monday Harry Board was at home front Louisville Sunday Born to the wife of Truman Adams Marsh G a flee girl Mr and Mrs D Stuart Driller returned from Owensboro Monday Wm Wilson was in Can elton Sun day the guest of Miss Ella Richards Edwin U Bell of Memphis was the guest of Miss Mannie White Sun day James Skillman Owensboro was here Monday to attend city council meet ing Notice of the local option electron May B have been posted in the three precinctsRichard Witt returned to Ekron Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs J U Nolte J R Ray of near Frymire was the guest of Mi and Mrs J D Babb age Monday The mobs and rioters at Springfield 111 nave been quitted Much devasta tion was wrought Mr and Mrs Tillman Pauley of Bedford lad have returned home after a few weeks visit to friends and re late ved Thomas Wine went to Louisville Monday after a visit to his sister Miss Iva Wine Mr Wine has a position there Mrs Walter Graham of Cloverport who has been visiting her sister Mrs William iljnnett at Ownesboro return ed home Saturday Mr and Mrs D V Wilson enter tained their children and grand children at dinner Saturday it being Mr Wisons fiftysixth birthday Green River Tobacco Growers As sociation is talking of building a large warehouse at Owensboro for the pur pose of handling pooled tobaco Lieut Gen John M Schofield U S A retired last surviving army commander of the Civil War died ofI cerebral hemorrhage last night at St Augustine Fla In reporting the purchase of a fine trail by W R Mooreman Jr Glen deane tho weight of tho animal was enoneously printed 1200 lbswhen it should have been 2100 lbs Patrick O Shea the Nester of th Catholic publishers in America is dead at his home in Summit N J in his seventyfourth year having peen born March 17 1832 in Kilken ny Ireland At the Tar Springs on the idge be tween the old cottages and the ridge where once stood the famous old hotel of the 50s a concrete foundation for a hotel of an hundred rooms is being laidIMisses Josie and Lucile Berry and Lottie Matheny spent Sunday in Evansville the guests of the Misses Hill Mr Benard and Miss Annie Thomp son came to this city from the county of Breckeniidge last week and were matriedClarionMr Charles Waggoner went to Evansville Saturday for a sev eial days visit to his mother Mrs Elizabeth Waggoner Wallace Pierce returned to Louisville last Wednesday to reenter the service of the Belknap Hardware Mannfactoring Co Mrs F Fraize went to Louisville Saturday where she will be joined by Miss Jennie Warfield to go to Florida andCnba for a six weeks stay Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrlpn are here from Louisville to reside They have rooms in the Fraize property on River Front In the west Endoccu pied by the Bruns family Harry Newsou has returned from Cincinnati where he has been stud ing art He will be at home a month returning to school about April 1 At the Baptist church next Sunday evening Rev J T Lewis will de liver a Bible reading on baptism fol owed by the administration of the or dinance of baptism to one or more candidatesDr Keene will mare his re gular trip to this place in a few weeks On account of the absence of his partnerDr Taylor from the office at Owensooro Dr Keene could not leave there to come here There were no session of the High school on Tuesday Wednesday and on Thursday atfernoon of last week Tuesday and Wednesday Prof King was in Louisville and Thursday afternoon was given up to a rehearsal of II A Regular Flirt Mr and Mrs George Bentley will leave March 18th for a vista to his mother at Birkenhead England They will Le gone until the latter part of May During their absence tljeir three children will remain with their aunt STrsT George Reese at Pine ville Ky Clarion Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It con catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Balm IiI placed Into the natras spread over the membrane and IIi absorbed Relief Ii immediate I and i cure tallow ltd not drythgdoe not produce sneezing Large Size CO cents at Drug glsU or by null Trial Size 10 cent ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York Mrs F M Smith has been sick for save tll days Miss Grace Ferry was at home fron Louisville Sunday Vivian Pierce was at home from Louibvillle Sunday Proctor Keith was at home from Elizabethtown Sunday Master John White Webster was hen last week visiting relatives Mills Eva PlanK has been sick foi several days with lagrippe Ed Dillon and Arthur Beard were in town Sunday from Hrdinsbnrg At Ekron the hostess that entertains the Ladles Aid Society serves cake and creamF D WhiteneckGreenwood Ind was here last week in interest of tale canneryJust of itt1 News one year Farm Journal fivo years all for ia dollar bill 2IUr F L Lightfoot has added a fine black norse to his already large stable uf good animals Miss Margaret Carter has returned to Irvington after a visit to her parents out the pike Mr Henry Wendelken and Mr Thomas Daniels spent Sunday in Lonn ville toe gutst of Dr John Wendelkeu Mrs Henry Wendelnen and Mrs Wm Boffins spent last Sunday it Evansville with Mr and Mrs Jobi WendelkenRev C Moorman formerly of the Kentucky conference and located at Tompkinsville has been sent to Walters Oklahoma Mr MoAdams Hawesvillo wai here Sunday the guest of Mr ant Mrs Joe Falllou Frank Linden and Irralze Mattingly Owensbcro visited Mr and Mrs U B Mattingly the first ot the week My line o wall paper this Reason iis better than ever Let me show you hov I can save middle men and stock deal ers profit for youEdward Gregory Carry Walker daughter of Dud and Susan Walker was married to Henry France son of Charlotte France at the M E church Monday night by Rev Polk- ExGov Thomas F Irittetiden of Missouri was chief speaker at an open meeting ot the Louisville Commercial Glub laat night at the Gait HouseGov Cnttenden was the guest while it Louisville of Col Logan C Murray his haltbrother Mrs Alvin Simons has been ap pointed by the members of the Lnoile Memorial church as s delegate to the meeting of the LadiesForeign Mission try Society of the Presbyterian church which will take place in Louisville March 15 The Society will convene in the Fourth Street Pieabyterian church While attending the meeting Mrs Simons will be the guest ot Mrs Orilia S 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The burial occurred in the city cemetery at 3 p m Sun day Mr McIntyre was seventy six years old and was ill only two days On Thursday bo became affected in the organs of the heart This developed into paralysis of the heart which carried him rap idly away two days later He fol lowed with faith and courage the wavering hope of tim Confeder acy for more than three years and on the field of battle was accoun ted a man of determinationa man among men Ho was kindhearted and much beloved by those who knew him best Ho leaves a wife who is at this time quite sickand a number of chi- ldrenHancock Clarion Real Estate Deals Reported by Weatherholt Julian Brown to Popham Bro one house and lot on hilland store rooms and lot on Main street Popham Bro to Julian Brown stock of merchandiseII TEMPERANCE MA S- MEETING AT HUES RUN At Rites Run church next Friday night at 780 a temperance mass meeting will be held and a temperance lecture delivered by Rev B M Currie Every body In Rites Run neighborhood is invited to be present News one year Farm Journal five years for a little dollar Scheme No5 will save you at least 125 on every room you paperEdward Gregory fET ME AT NOLTES I MARCHIs Early Seed Potatoes And sow the GARDEN SEED We have a large variety of both and Field Seeds too Let us supply you Tobacco Cotton From 2c Up J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky favorite It is reliable sweet nutritious Try Cadick Milling m jXE carefully safeguard If Y V Mcustomers over we frequently do it un known to them as oppor m tunities often come to us in K confidential ways fGAVEfm 1 It All business entrusted to lius will receive prompt and IIDcareful attention Highest MI i I rate of interest paid on time I 11deposits 11INSUItiiItOA I N S T 1 LOSS IJV FIRE AND n f nuiiGLAitr CONSER f VATIVE HOARD OF DIRECTORS EFFI CIENT OFFICERS m Bank of Cloverportrr Cloverport Ky m FATAL BOILEREXPLOSION IN MEADS Brandenburg Ky March 3 Seven were injured two fatally by the explosion of a boiler in the grist mill of Squire Paul Mills at Rhodelia sixteen miles from hero this morning Paul Mills and Martin Greenwell were scalded and injured by falling debris They will die Detailed list of the injured Paul Mills badly scalded internal injuries several ribs broken Martin Greenwells scalded about head tace and feet Roy Vessells scalded about body Victor Roberts badly scalded be low knees Gabe Kodes slightly but t by a brick strikings hun on the head Remember I contract to furnish you the paper and place it ou the wall I Edward Gregory is responsible for the job No gobetweens No good No pay 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 tho flour you pro vide for your bread cakes and pies CADICKSGOLD FLOUR is the it CoMAKERSInd 0rr 1rrrrrtRrKrrKrrfrrrrrrtlit jI No Waiting Here I J Just tell us how much lumber 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j nis0 M f f 1 I i 1average of 2000 children a year Eightyseven per cent of those already provided for have turned out well 8 per cent have been returned 2 per cent died one quarter of one per cent have been arrested for petty crimes 2 34 per cent have disappeared For very youug children whose parents are both dead It Is easy to find good homes and legal adoption Tbe last census shows a declining birth rate notably In the States of the Middle West where homes should certainly be pleutufll for these unhappy little ones of the great city cnator Newlnnds Plan for National Railroad Incorporation Law Senator Newlands consumed several WOULD LIMIT THEIR CAPITAL hours the other day In explaining to the members of the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce the provisions of his bill to prohibit overcapltallza tlon of corporations- Mr Newlands plan provides for the Incorporation of railroads under a nat ional law instead of the conflicting laws of fortyfive states Ho said A STREET IN NEW capitalization would be to honest valuation and actual investment of being swollen abnormally by the familiar device of stock water ingDividends would be limited to a fair return on actual capital said the Sen ator but would bo virtually guaran teed because the roads would bo per witted to make rates which would earn not less than this normal return Taxes would be fixed and definite Continuing the Senator saidI With the settlement of rates and taxes on a permanent basis railroads would go out of politics because they would have absolutely nothing to gain by political activity My measure Is based on the theory that railroad con solidation is not harmful it properly controlled I would not only permit but encourage such consolidation un der national charters t Baroness Roscns Violets Undoubtedly It Is pleasant to loll upon tho cushions of a perfumed lan dau or coupe and the owner of such a vehicle Is happy amid the odor of violets and lavender that comes from the satchot bags she has placed around it But tho Baroness Elizabeth Rosen daughter of the Russian Ambassador to this country has more poetic ideas robe has a charming little coup6 at tho tides of which where another woman would hae a mirror powder puff and hairpins she has two contrivances which hold water and keep a handful of violets fresh and fragrant It is a delight to step Into this carriage The Baroness Is going to have additional flower stands in the coupe and will have perfume and color wherever she goes Tho original New England was on the Pacific coast Francis Drake took possession of tho western coast In 1679 and called the country Nouva Albion Now England because he thought the white cliffs near Point Roves resembled the chalk cliffs of Dover THE POSTER IN POLITICS VOTERS OF BXCLAXD APPEALE1 TO THROUGH GAUDILY COLOR ED SllEBTS Vast Fortune Spent for Printed Mat ter Prominent English Statesmen Ridiculously Cartooned on Bill board and Post Card In no country in the world are more time and money spent In appeals to the reason and good will of the public than In England Stringent laws against malpractice in securing votes force candidates for office and their agents to Invent numerous and ingenious devices to attract public atten tion During tho last General Elections every effort possible was put forth to influence the opinion of the voter by means of posters to such an extent wero posters utilized that the fight for election wes nicknamed the Poster Campaign England in January was plastered from end to end with political post ers Big foursheet posters and tiny postal card posters bright and dull NARROW TENEMENT DISTRICT YORK limited instead both clever and stupid in rhyme and in prose humorous and pathetic posters adapted from Mother Goose and post ers stolen from Aesops Fables Each party printed them In thou sands and exhibited them in clubs and art rooms to its admiring adherents In Birmingham Mr Chamberlains home and the stronghold of the Unionist Conservatives a boarding with 20000 square feet of surface was erected and completely covered with tho posters of that party At night I I will drop this egg Into the hat which the gentleman has kindly lent mc There Is no deception ladies end the display was lighted with electric ItyTho Liberals who have scored such an astonishing victory had tho ad vantage In the poster battle All th 0 mistakes of the sevenyear Conserva tlve government furnished them ma for cartoons while Mr M ash Solar tycopn la pro testIa tbicnuatrvor IIoneOrtter Interesting Booklet entitled Telescope PRRR with each Chamberlains protection policy was a source of never falling inspiration for the tree trader caricaturists The Liberals gave an Initial exhibit In the National Liberal Club London for the benefIt and guidance of the partys candidates and agents The Laborites or the working mans party got out a few posters They have little money to spend for campaign purposes unless it is fur nished them by dne of the big parties which wants them to pull votes from the other side This time tho Liberals contributed to the Labor funds The UnionistConservatives had the wittiest posters A big favorite showed the new Campbell Bannerman cabinet recoiling in horror at the en trance of Lord Roseberry who has fro quently played the part of political wrecker The best Unionist shots were directed against the Liberal leaders who is always referred to as CB suspected bribery of the Irish National party piloted by Mr John Redmond For some time past Mr Redmond has been a masterful manonthefence leaning to which ever side promised Home Rule and other plums for Ireland A humorous poster represents John Bull in his best clothes a bouquet in one hand and a key InVelrd Office in the other waiting at the church door He Is horrified at the sight of his brldo Mrs Liberal Party with the face of CB a bouncing widow who has brought her little son of Irish extrac tion with her The cartoon is entitled Little Johnny would come Still an other poster represents tho dilemma of Mrs Liberal Party an uncompli mentary portrait of CB as an irritat ed old lady who finds her unruly Irish adopted an embarrassing and noisy handful that she sincerely wishes did not belong to her A protectionist poster that would appeal to Ameri cans Is labeled Help in tho Kings name and chows John Bull bein slugged and robbed bv to plcknorl ct lnp nations Germany making off with British tools and gold while Mr Chamberlain as a London policeman armed with the club of Retaliation leads the colonies to tho rescue The Tariff Reform League contributed to tho Unionist collection a post or railed the Parrot whereon that feathered folly sits perched above the door of the Cobden Club and with one warning claw upraised parodies The RavenWhile Mr Joe Chamberlains ad vice to Mr Arthur Balfour as quoted by the Liberals Mind Arthur not a word about the fiscal question Stick to Home Rule was carefully fol lowed by the UnionistConservative followers of those gentlemen the op positions posters were largely devoted to repenting the cry of the Parrot Your food will cost you more and worked every pictorial variation pos sible on the free trade vs protection argumentThe Pnlcy Government was the biggest hit on the Liberal hoard ings It represented Mr Balfour as a sleightofhand artist who having ca joled his hat from John Bull proceed ed to take out of It the pooso and ra bits of unpopular legislation whl h Mr Chamberlain supplied from to neath the t to the evldeV amusement of the prestidigitator who frankly owned that he was quite sure the gentleman who loaned him the hat had no Idea what was Inside of It Liberal wit reached its zenith with c caricature of Sir John Millaiss paint- Ing Bubbles which showed Mr Chamberlain anxiously blowing the bubble promises of protection benefits and watching them burst Notwithstanding all tho prominence given the tariff question In tho posters however it cannot bo said to have been a live issue in the English General Elections Mr Chamberlain himself anticipated defeat because the old party during Its long term of DONT BE HANKY PANKYD AGAIN I ocntil terial only work I am quite sure the gentleman who lent me the hat had no Idea what was Inside II power went through so many dark ex perlences notably the Boer War the fight over the introduction of Chines labor In South Africa etc Stump I J I statements No such campaign of ar gument was devoted to tho thrift Issue as in tho United States In 1888 and 1892 The English take things serious ly oven posters A Liberal cartoon representing a motor car causing a frightened horse to jump a fence wounded tho susceptibilities of R Unionist candidate His chauffeur demanded through his solicitors that the cartoon be destroyed on the ground that it libeled his ability as n motor driver Tho Liberal candidate responsible for the cartoon replied through his solicitors that ho would accept service Jn any proceedings but that the poster would stay put Elections in Ireland are exciting 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+ w I- KIIITUIHI 11011 ukwcvatWaa Adunw BROS ft 08 Dept AWflO CkMBtan St N Y I = opes anaAOOUUCllpl8orUlel5W1At1IJ Moon the evening and morning for year where vlalble etc JI f LIt LIl LIi I i P oI I f iy k lf W f ir 4 ttttie r ir i iI I I t J Jt It 1t II IJ tItl 7tI tlec ecJt Jtm InIn Indl dlse sear area fr 5mt mtU sat trc orb the sin ere ord JaI abl pro alit Is c era proof nble fret opal Plat SeerI tribe trod ture plan at t1 of d clpl J war men Decou CrcDI to tbl tho l- double from bunifance j sure Old r- posal d part troduare uable jf these i i other tgum fa costL easily nuaIIYFntrod mentt the an ed to 1 wheatyears and wir the art from r On whf dlnory + rico w the phe- dustiy crenp 4 i L The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 190- 0r CONGRESSIONAL RACE How The Fortunes of Wen In The Fourth Have Turned on Small Things LUCK PLAYED BIG PART Ben Johnson running for the first term to Congress has a clear track without opposition and is not likely to have any Such a tuing has never happened in the Fourth District before John Young Brown was nominated on account of a dead lock between other candidates Proctor Knott was nom- Inated the same way for the first term Tom Robertson was nominated in a convention which lasted nearly a week Judge Montgomery won out in a hard fought primary and Dave Smith was nominated for his first term after the convention bad been dead locked for more than a week Johnsons luck is lemarkable Hud Dave Smltn withdrawn from the race a week before Johnson announced there would nave been a field full of candidates and a convention instead of a primary ordered In this event it would have been anybodys care As it was South was for primary and his friends on tno Committee were for what he wanted Johnson also wanted a primary and his friends on the com mittee were for a primary In conse quence when Smith rithdrew the very day tae Committee met a primary was ordered On the surface it lOOKS like Johnson knew that Smith was going to withdraw but such was not the case and he only knew it a few hours before it was publicly announced in the papers It was a combination of circumstances such as we have never known to have occnred in politics be fore and can probably Do called John sons luck Dave Smiths first nomination turn ed also on a very small thing The convention was held in Elizahethtown and lasted tor more than a week There were three candidats South Murray and Sweeney They ouch had about tho tamo number of instructed vctes It was apparent that Murray ptefened Smith over Sweeney and that Smith preferred Murray over Sweeney but it took a week for Sweeneys friends to find out this and nobody Knew certainly where Sweeneys strength would go if ho was ont It really was tor Smith or most of it as the final ballot showed Smiths friends had about given up On a certain ballot practically all of his vote went to Murray and Be was nominated if the result wits announced Are capitulation was called for which showed tho vote recorded as cast The secretarys figures were given to the Chairman of the Convention Charles MuChord He had the right to an nounce the result and declare Murray the nominee Ho however recognized W H Sweeney who ohanged his own county of Washington to Smith The Smith counties then rapidly changed back to Smith and h was nominated Smiths nomination was in the hands of McChord and it turned upon having a Chalrmnn friendly to him nt that time McChord had the tight after the recapitulation to declare Murray the nominee He had also the right to al low counties to change He chose the latter and that nominated Smith who was realy the choice of the Onven tion There was however a bitter protest and Smith was not allowed to speak to the convention Bryan had been nominated for President ind the troubled waters were smoothed over and South won the election easily But he got his first nomination by a shave and an awful closo one Tom Robertson won his first nomina tion also In a dead locked convention at Elizabetbtown There were five other candidates McKiy of Nelson Cunningham of Washington Walker of Ohio Hobbs of Bnllitt and Butler of Meade McKay had the most votes to start with There were 128 ballots before there was a change On the 120th ballot Butler was withdrawn and his five votes from Meaae went to McKay Then Hobbs was withdrawn and his four vctes were divided between the remaining tour candidates Following this a resolution was passed to drop the candidate having the few set number of votes McKay nad enough votes to drop any one of his opponents Ho ecided to drop Cunn ingham and on that decison depended the nomination of Robertson McKay did it Ho could have draped Robert son just as easily With Cunningham out the vote of Marion county was in structed second for Robertson and he also got tho larger part of Washington It took still another turn to nom inate Robertson Walker would be the next man dropped and he could nominate either Robertson or McKay When Ohio coanty wag called Gen Sam Hill withdrew the name of Judge WalKer and cast the vote of the county for Robertson This ended the first and Rob rtson was nominated but he won out by good luck and was twice in tho nine hole- Montgomery beat Robert on after he had served two terms in tho iiust strenuous primary ever bald in the districtIt also a remarkable fact that the three members of the most distinction from tho district since the war were Knott Montgomery and Smith That each onA of them served live terms Neither of them had such difficulty of winning niter their first race Smith was the most fortunate ot the three in this respectElizabethtown- News Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years since my lungs were so badly affected tnat I had many hemorrhages writes A M Aka of Wood IndIII took treatment with several physicians without any benefit I then started to take Foleys Honey and Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet I recommend it ill advanced stages of lung trouble Fol eys Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results tram a cold Refuse substitutes A R Fisher Cold Snap Felt The effect of the cold snap was felt throughout the State There was a heavy snowfall and in some places much damage was done by tho storm Fears are entertained for the safety of the fruit crops Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mclvei of Vanceboro Me is tho subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing to severe inllamation of the Throat and conges tion of the Lungs three doctors gave we up to die when as a last resort I was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I am hapov to say it saved my life Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tons litis Weak uungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guaranteed at Short Hay nes drug store 50o and 100 Trial bottle free Annual Convetion The annual convention of the De partment of Superintendence of the National Educational Association con vened for a tnreedays session in the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church Louisville last Tuesday morning About fifteen hundred of tho best known educators of the United States were in attendance Aside from the reg ular programme a business session was held Wednesday at which officers for the ensuing year were elected St Paul and Chicago are fighting for the next meeting of the convention No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm No idle promises of rewards for cases it will not cure Being entirely harmless it is responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great positive virtue of Elys Creaisi Balm is that it speedily and completely cures all catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testmouy of thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists 50cor mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York From Cowper- I would not enter on my list of friends Though graced with polished manners and fine sense Yet wanting sensibility the man Who needlessly sets foot upon a worm Cowper A Scientific Wounder Tho cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scien tlfic wonder It cured E R Mnlford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Wayneaboro Pa of distressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25e at Short Haynes drug store To Raise John W Thomas WurK has commenced in the effort to raise the Str John W Thomas which sank at Tell City a few weeKS ago It was at first thought that prot ably this boat would be a total toes but the company it is slid will be able to save all the machinery and a part ot the lower deck HAS STOOD TUB TEST 25 YEARS The old original OltOVES Tasteless Chill ItIscure no pay 50- cBase Ball Guide A JRecn Company Philadelphia send us an advance copy of the Official American League Base Ball Guide with their compliments The Guide is up to the high Reaon standard The book can be had of the publish ersfor 10 cents DeMh rate in New York and Chicago During November and December 1003 one fifth of the deatns in New York and Chicago were from pneumonia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengethena the lungs and prevents pneumonia so do not take chances on a cold wearing away when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and prevent serious results A R Fisher 55 HOGSHEADSYET UNSOLD Ont of the 1774 hogsheads of tobac co sold Of tne 1004 finance committee of the county union of the A S of E only fiftyfive hogshead failed tocomo np to the sample The 1004 finance commitee Imposed of Turner Burns J W Dunn Alex Worthington George Taylor James Snyder Hiram Marksberry Sam Lee Wes Thompson Ed Fowler and Price Heard met in Owennboro Saturday Not a pound of the 1005 crop will be sold until all of tho 1004 crop in the Green river district is disposed of It is estimated that U000000 bounds of Equity tobacco yet remains unsold in the counties composing tho Green river district There is half a million pounds of tobacco unsold in the Whitesville warehouse The remaind or of the tobacco is in McLean Han cock Mublenberg and Bicckenridge counties Tho D vieas county finance committee has many tvffors for tho sale of this tobaccobut it it is not disposed of by March 1 the price will De raised to ten cents All of the tobacco in the Owensboro Equity ware houses has been sold No figures have been set on the 1005 crop as yet but it is intimated that the price will be higher than ten cents Owensboro Messenger The best way to rid the system of a cold is to evaoulate the bowls Kenn edvs Laxative Honey and Tar acts as a pleasant yet effectual cathartic of the bowels It clears the head cats the phlegm out of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes relieves coughs colds croup whooping cough etc Sold by all druggists Raise Capital to 10000 The board of directors of the Clover port Water Light Ice company held a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the bank of Cloverport and voted to in crease the capital stock of the com pany from 5000to 10001 The board of officers remains unchanged M Veatherholt resigned as a director of the company Robert Fort of Louis vill father of A L Fort succeeded Mr Weatherholt Leonard Oelze was made secretary and treasurer Tho following ulso hold office in the company H A Oelze president A L Fort general manager Lee Crallo of Lou isville director F Fr ize director TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE HItOMO Quinine Tablets Druirzlsts refund mosey If It tails to euro E W GROVES signature is on each box 25c MARVELOUS WEALTH OF TEXAS It is quite possible that the well known but as yet undeveloped iron ores of Texas will some day make that state rank ns one of the worlds metallurgical centers With but a fraction of its area yet given to grain it is producing nearly 200 000000 bushels a year of wheat corn and other grain Withan area of 205000 square miles or in round figures 170000000 acres it is on 15000000 acres annually growing nearly 300000000 worth of agricultural products With less than onetenth of its area under cultivation an amount so small that it might be cut off from one side of the state without being missed by the people of the other sidewitha population of 3000 000 though capable of easily sup porting 50000000 with a variety of soil suitable for every crop from that of the tropics to that of the higher altitudes of the temperate zone with great water powers yet unutilized with a wealth of mineral resources that battles description with a beauty of mountain scenery of which but little isyet known by the world at large Texas may well claim the worlds attention American Monthly Review of Reviews A MUera Vlih Greedylot who Is rather miserly was recovering from a long Illness How was It doctor ho asked one day that I was able to live so many weeks with outeatingWhy were fed by the fever Aro you sure Then after a moments reflection III wish I could glvo It to my servants Speaklnic Their Mind The queer thing 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French and two sans Oscar and Proctor Mystic were here last week on business and made the News office a pleasant call GIc trit7P r r f f 1 Ohl got 1 NeI ledfut futhet by l apil l th tic 1 buN nPCI CIla ClIx laCl ClDf Dfhi hibe beof ofsh shCl A 11ti 11I 11I tiht htlx lxt j i r t iel eles i esn lab I Iia Iia 1t 0a 0I 0a Lit i 4f tti- ta 0- f t + tt- i t- l i t r = or Ti i 1 LLt- r r tot + Ii1 j 4r I 1 S ii lI F Synoptts of Chapter I ant II Tho United States la about to go to war with a foreIGn nation Tho em Btntlon IIchthentto supply heavier current Atslng nn leavetothohWashington Ho obtains an intcrviow with tho General who Is favorably Im apparatuslation under the supervision of Us in ventor Chapter II To tho surprise of tho nation Con gress held back during tho day a nar row fringe ct conservative members standing between tho country and war The news service which had picked UP again and woa voluminous J and detailed once more still carried J the prediction that war was Inevitable and could be only delayed Meanwhile the stolid helplessness t tho War Department which had blan II Icoted even the energetic efforts of the department chiefs to do the best they I could at the eleventh hour had give away to a feverish activity extending 1 even to departments unawaro of th 1 purpose Atglng liad taken A fast express ship back to Susquehonna returning at top speed with the concentrator the plant of which ne had shown Shod and Mon j true and which many months before ho had constructed 1 Shod had his orders regarding 1 power orders which carried a sig 1 nificance to him but to none other at tho power station I At No 10 Sending Station Atslns with an army of electricians and jnechanlcs under him worked at nerVe I racking speed during tho day Mon trus possessed by n devil of 1m imtjenco foreboding and fear could not contain lilniscIC either In the office 1 or at the station 1 The work progressed tho death dealing concentrator went into place FLEET reinforcement wu added to every de tail of the station Its capacity was increased to tho limits of possibility Night had come and was advancing a Still Congress held to its tense debate Ten oclock came and Atslns sought Montrus finding him nervously pacing back and forth in his office Tho young electrician was calm and charged with quiet confidence- If we can got their location thoy will not leave he said Maybe you cannot furnish IU IIWe can if we can get Curtis again said Montrus What if we cant I Then we shall have to take them I when we get it replied Atslns It I would be safer to annihilate then be fore they start Try for Curtis again ordered the general turning to the aide In the room Thoy waited for an answer which came back presently The ope rator at the Sending Station G reported that his efforts were not sun cesaful and advised against many repetitionsIt him he said will report when he With nothing to do but watt in nervous tension they saw the hours mount to 12 Then came a bulletin from Congress The vote was about to po taken Of the result there could b jijo doubt and there was none In the minds 9f the men sitting in tho pffice There bad been none from the start and yet now that the moment ha comeJthey looked at each other pale face and heavyeyed Come outside said Montrw to At Courtesy Tectlnilorid lJ t I sins M openDeforo n door a messenger came In fleethnstl speakiulowI war depends on him We want tho 1 lo cation Wo must have It If ho can but11rstWith Atslns ho wanted out Into the night The slty was black Tho air was heavy and wet A gentle drizzle was starting desbreathsNeither spoke but each hold out his theypartedstationlIontrusWhen tho latter stepped tho ele vator at the top ho found two assist awayiington and tho Capitol Tho general glance at tho bulletin but it told him beinglaynotwlthstandI ed tht limits of human endurance He glaner at tho other board which i wordtheblank but as ho looked it flashed out with 62 30 17 N 06339 E gaspedandassistantslarkingReady there Wo ought to get something from Curtis In a moment Tell the Capitol we must have instant no lice of tho declaration- At another tclovuo ho got Atslns at Sending Station 10 There they also had a duplicate of Curtis mnssnirn givIng tho longitude and latitude of tho hostile fleet Ready asked tho general Ready said the electrician Montrus enveloped lilt head In the hood at the reflectorhardly a necessl ty so black was the night Across the Atlantic day had broken and Curtl had tho light ho needed in his electro j i DESTRUCTION OF THE CHEAT GERMAN AIR No he He can oft No photography and transmission Some whero above the hostile fleet Montrus knew the scout hung precariously in position to send not only informa flan but a continuous reflection pf the 1 movements of the airships He might bo discovered but that was tho hazard of his occupation If he wore well 1 concealed by distance and out of thoc path of tho enemies scouts ho w ullff win out If otherwise ho at least hadjj done his duty to tho boat of his ability With one finger on a button w IchII would give the signal to Atslns the general waited word from tho Capitol Sixty seconds after tho voto had b enII taken and war declared the world would know It The hostile fleet wouldII know it almost fI soon as Montrus ItII was in tho arrogance of superior torceI tha the enemy had waited tho formal beginnlni of hostilitiesIRipples of light were chasing each other across the reflector shadowy forms appeared and disappeared In vapors and ftQ Then came an outline growing distinct and presently he had the picture again Outside the hood was tho black drizzling nlgU inside the faco of the reflector was glowing with a picture of clouds lighted by the early rays of the sun and of a fleet of airships lan rusteMontrus w+ lt see the flags floating from the ships could see their torpedo tubes and the graceful movement of- lone here and there as it changed post lion BllghUy Ono pf the assistants at his side stopped over and shouted at him through the hood Heres the Hash Wars declared The general twitched with suppress longoheThen ho saw that tho fleet had tho news Across tho Atlantic tho 1 stantaneous service had carried tho d aofclaration of war cityhisof ledge that It and tho nation had been brought to the final test In the send ing station was the man on whom his nations hopes depended Ho firmly pressed the button In tho reflector ho saw the enemy squadron move He knew that It had been In readiness to start and on th Instant of the receipt of tho tidings was setting forth It it camo unmo expositI to his nation It soembd an eternity of time as he watched tho reflector Suddenly one of the ships disap peared In a blotch which sent confused shadows over the reflector Montrus trembled In his excitement Tho pictures grew clear for an In stant Then another blura quickI succession of blurs between which ho nothingHo and held tightly to steadyhlmseltheld by tho grim silent chaos of destruction portrayed before him tho seeing faculty seemed a thing apartam byhisTho tumultuous heaving and blurring on tho reflector cleared away It revealed a tern and shattered fleet t twothirds of the ships had vanished I completely others beating feebly and In their last efforts others slowly tryingtoGeneral Montrus veteran though he was shuddered at the horror of the sight Unseen unheard softly through tho thick darkness tho wireless death had swept that proud aerial fleet out of existence in ono tense Instant And Mains tho shockheaded youth was the destroyer sitting calmly up there In tho sending station with one soiled hand on the lever of his great terrible concentrator It was ho who had uti IIzed tho means formerly used to send Itmessages to bear Intelligence across boundless areas which Increased a ithundred thousandfold In voltage had now carried absolute destruction Still breathing heavily Montrus throw off tho hood coming back to tho utter blackness and the drizzle of tho Washington night A bulletin was flashed on tho board whjph carried tho duplicates from Curtis IFloet gone Vanished In Convul AccuratoI ly destruction of fleet Cant explain tlitfMontruson to tho sending station and saw Atysins sitting quietly on a box In onehof the little gravely r1smokingblonde hair badly rumpled a smile on his freckled face Atstnatl1e com manderlnchlof was trying hard to con trol his voice Atslns You have saved us It Is all over Their fleet was anhnlhllated It seemed to tho old soldier veteran of a dozen campaigns absurdly Impos stile that tho safety of a great nation should have been put Into the hands of that grimly boy In blue overallsIIt worked nil right didnt Itt At sins answered calmly Como over here Montrus went on Hurry and come Tomorrow Con gressll be giving you a vote of thanks youll be a bigger man than old Dewey Is ever was t A troubled frown came pn Atslns face Excuse me please general he said Im going back to the shop i Ive Just thought of a big Improvement- on my concentrator Qood night longest Climb la tho World Imagine making the ascent of Mount Washington by means of a staircase But a feat akin to this many travellers 01toglsixslThohithoii brthoh1IInelshrines whero rlQ1s atop to Ifar artheyselves of the hordes of beggars Where the real uscent begins there is a stone portal which is inscribed with the fact that hero the great Con Itfuclus halted 2000 years ago not bav ing the strength to ascend the six and thousand stone Steps leading to the top These Talschan stairs are by far tho highest in the world for taking the number of steps in ono story of an ordinary houso to bo twenty the num her pf Taischan steps equals three hundred stories fho cpolies will carry- a for pilgrim up the stairs and back u dls lance of twice sixteen miles for thirty cent tlftecq centifor each coolie When tho pile finds himself upon a large plateau which Is covered with numerous temples and stone monuments ThQ main temple is that of the holy mother consisting of several buildings surrounded by a stone wall The several courts are adorned with magnificent statues and monuments of bronze with n huge statue of the holy mother on the altar These doors are opened once only each year when an Imperial commis sion comes to collect the money offer Ings of tho pilgrims By means of n substantial tip tho guard may bo in duced to push tho bar of the main gate aside so that ono may have or a gllmpsq within Tliq floor of this largo temple Is usually filled with a of heap of coins of every description sIze and value probably represent Ing IIDOOQ In American currency Tho money fs divided among the con yenta and beggars of the holy moun thin but thp largest share goes in to the pockets of that enterprising lady the Dowager Empress In all Cuban cigar factories In the West Indies Key West and Tampa a public reader Is employed This man occupies a high seat and reads aloud newspapers magazines and novels to the cigar makors as they work rrTIIFi DECIDER A New Trap for Women Who Hesi tate About What to Duy An ingenious attempt is now being departmcutnestablishments to assist the opinions shOlEverywoman knows the woman who haunts tho bargain soles flutters from count er to counter is shown goods until the attendants are driven to distraction thinks Bho will buy everything and finally invests In a yard and a half of pink ribbon simple because she Is absolutely lucapablo of making up here own mind as to what aho wants Drapers Jiavo Gong tolerated Rots theyhavocider tine come Tho Decider is an American Insti tutlon and Gibsonlan at that Sho Is beautiful as to face and features and always gowned to perfection Her duty la to Induce tho doubtful to buy To tho customer she appears as a customer with tho earnest intense sale taco that ono now sees every day In tho big stores Sho seCS a customer a little wo dressed than herself hesitating over tho purchase of a dress length of chi ton velvet The shopman has done his best to persuade tho lady that It Is the superlative bargain of tho season You ought to take It at once mad ho says eagerly If you leave It to think tho matter over you wl regret It I suppose so the lady says but 1 want to look about first It Is so har to decide an evening gown Is so vcr I Important And sho surveys the dross length again from three different angles Entrapping the Victim It Is now tho Deciders moment to stop In Pretending to have noticed tho chiffon velvet for the first time she thrusts out a perfectly gloved land and eagerly catches hold of end of the material Sho hangs it against her flngure and looks at ane e admiringly Tho doubtful lady annoyed gives tho chiffon a tug bu tho Decider holds on Ifyou aro not going to buy this dress length she says I will take It Is tho only ono I suppose sho adds turning to the attendant and is told Is Meanwhile tho genuine customer has observed tho exquisite turn out of tho eager salehawk as sho Im nlues the Decider to be If sl elegant a person is anxious to buy the stuff it must bo worth securing she argues so without further doubt she j I says sharply But I am going to tako it The J transaction is closed and the seeming I chagrined Decider disappears Having settled this little business fr chiffon velvet she sails off to ofII department Hero she fixes on n sallowfacedI wife who has brought her bus to help In tho choice of a sot o r fursDo you like It dear tho lanky girlwife asks holding up a white boa Is 22 too much for thin and the muffShe has 400 a year of her own and has his pay as a lieutenant Iin t r artillery so ho decides to bo gracious No 22 Isnt too much ho replies but Isnt the whole thing a bit too lIghtfor ho stops Thou another la brought out but In to It too I hate theta ashy colored things he says petulamlj Oh tnkq It off Well dear what am I to do You think the first one Is tai 11ht and the pther ono Is too ashy The tone despairing Try this pno on again madam says the saleswoman and the wife turns to take It but It Is jrono Sh Hull herself confronted with tbo t1 I gant figure of tho Decider who arrayed herself in the boa and a hII ster muff The young wife looks at her husband and BOOS his eyes fixed on the harming vision of bright hair bright eyes gleaming teeth and warm com plexion sot oil by the fluffy softness the boa and muff Entirely for of her own sallow appearance quickly makes up her mind to that boaIt is so very becoming- I think do she says to her tins that this la Just what I want am sure mamma would like it Her Is ptlll gazing at the pretty arrayed In tho boa and her Jerkily Yes Its pretty ho says absent mindedly awfully becoming totoy- es It Is so clean and fresh loohlpg Isnt IU Yon cant do better have In another second tho boa and mutt are both In the shop girls hands tho pulp wife Is giving her ad dressThe Decider Is llberably paid She draws a regular salary and In ad dltlon receives a commission on all spies effected through her Interference Tho profession opens pp a new vista attractive women whom circumstance have forced Into the llabor 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bejepredueed furcolmmn- a s story la worth fll0aendlpg10 to abecrlpdon to Ilti4Ell11u UUrTJlJY throe mops openhgcbapter catuo It Is fa Iloll from very lust wnrcrowd sodbare411 That I n AtnlrySly IIpre v You want Rend your lubscrjptlofi AthrilRlhg rnIhI work exlioyourchtldrenaadp themtoIhatthey aniJIIOdI8IIbfledtarmtIIstheyehoulatheymay mCADIlljfEllCeln LettyIthenvyTho granlllnetrnctlle Stall I satBeytptlonqlairIlODSEnOM MONTHLY Dcparnnentxa 8913 Congress Street BoateD Dlaii t 7t et 1 11 q L e h 1tar s + +y n I 4 t t f t ii 1 t r I I II itII In ti eti et The Breckenridge News I r WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1000 COUNTY PICKINGS l amplolGraphonhone entertainments at Obonault W D CashiDHU of Raymond has gone to OklahomaI Dave Walls has closed his school at New Bethel RIley Blairs house at Sample burn v djtb the ground Rumor says a wedding in near fntnreat Raymond Victor Bandy Sample has returned home from Phllipines Raymond has another store owned by Leon Canhmari Son UMiss Mary Mercer is taching n spring school at Raymond Farmers got busy at New Bethel those pretty days recently Mr and Mrs Charlie Robison Mys tio have gone to Texas t3 live New town ordinances at Hardins burg go into effect March 13 Will Dowell Oak Hill W Va visit iT fiends andi relatives at Mystic Arnbros Mattmgly has moved to the New Bethel Good luck to him 2 Several young men of Raymond neighborhood have gone to California Welter mules buyers have been in ChenuultI hoighorhood buying mules Mrs O Springer Sample has a bad burn caused by explosion of a lamp Ansylum Haydena and family of Chonault have gone to Carutheraville Mo Horraoe Roberts Lodibnrg who hurt himself on the railroad recently is betterHenry Bnrden McQuaayis thinKing of adding a foundry to his blacksmith shop Abe Bennetta hustling merchant at Chonault is contemplating moving to Arkansas March winds it is said will blow away a bunch of New Bethel bachel rs Silas Hawkinsa New Bethel farmer aa delivered three loads of fine tobao 3 at Hardinsbnrg Frank Miller and Will Squires Mys tic are in Tnscola III where they have good positions Tobacco growers in McQnady neigh borhood have had a meeting and Jecid 1to reduce acreage Nelson Beauchauip ot Mystic left r Illinois Monday Nelson take our ood wishes along with you Ward Burden of McQnady has archived Henry Burdens blacksmith tola lead will operate a shop at Mc nady Goldsmith Frymue of this county to moved from Louisville to Lexing ih where be has a position as fireman i the C 1i O There was a delightful song service the Hardinsbnrg M E church outn Sunday evening begining at 7 5 oclock This took the place of h regular evening service Joe Tea If the HardlDsburg merchant over into his new store house on lain Street this wees It is one of 10 finest store rooms in the county and reeents an uptodate appearance Tom Greenwell who has been the ght operator at the HardinsbnigTele one exchange tor several months has jne to Carthersville Mo to resid- eS Disease a Crime Not very long ago a popular magazine ibllslicd an editorial article in which o writer assorted In substance that all seaso should bo regarded as criminal srtaln it Is that much of tho sickness nd suffering of mankind Is due to the lolation of certain of Natures laws tit to say that all sickness should be ugarded as criminal must appeal to ory reasonable Individual as radically tOrtg It would be harsh unsympathetic cniol yes criminal to condemn tho poor weak overworked housewife who sInks under the heavy load of household cares landt burdens and suffers from weaknesses various displacements of pelvic organs and Other derangements peculiar to her sex- Treaueiit bearing of children with Its ex acting demands upon the system coupled with tie care worry and labor of rearing a Urge family Is often the cause of weak nesses deranemellts and debility which are aggravated by the many household cares and the bard and neverending work which the mother is called upon to perform Dr Plercethe faldVer ot that worldfamed rem edy for woman peculiar weaknesses and Ills Dr Pierces PavorltePrescriptionsays that one of the greatest obstacles to the cure of this class t f maladies Is the fact that the olj overworked housewife can not Ret the needed rest from her many household cares and labor to enable her to secure from tho use of hlsePrescriptlonIts full bcnoilts It saystotwlth those in which his treatment falls by reason of the patients Inability to abstain from hard work long enough to be cured With those suffering from prolapsus ante I version and retroverslon of the uterus or ether displacement of the womanly organs K is very necessary that In addition to takng his Favorite Prescription they abstain- m being very much or for long periods on their feet All heavy lifting or straining of may kind should also be avoided As much outdoor air as possible with moderate light exercise Is also very Important Let the patient observe theso rules and the Favor ite Prescription will do the rest sentfrceOnrecolptnailing only Send to Dr H Vp Pierce Daffalo N Y 21 onecent stamps for pa rcovered or 31 stamps for clothbound K sick consult the Doctor free of charge I ester All such communications are sacredly confidential I invigorateUd He will be succeeded by W H John yon of Henderson UuiChenanlt correspondent says this about James A Allen James A Allens many friends will be pleased to earn of his present succees and brillant prospects for the future Allen hasf just made a trip to Maine to work up a case of a client who is interested in wireless telegraphy Womens Kidneys Women are more otten afflicted wish kidney disorders than men but attri bute the symptoms to diseases peculiar ot their sex while in reality the kid nays are deranged Nervousness Head ache puffy or dark uirces under the eyes pain in tho back are signs of kidney trouble that must not be ignored or serious malady will result Fnleys Kidney Cure has restored the health of thousands of weak nervous broken down women It stops Irregularities and strengthens the urinary organs It purifies the blood and benefits the whole system A R Fisher About Alfalfa WJckerson Kan Mr J D Habbage Editor Breckennage NOIJH I saw in your paper where you rifer to send tho BtecKenndge News one year and Farm Journal five years both for 100 tor which you will please find enclosed money order for 100 to pay for same Central Kansas is a great farming ccnntry The staple crop is wheat corn alfalfa and cane of which alfalfa is the most paying for those that have the heavy soil suitable for the crop They often mow it fourtimes during the season when they dont aim for a seed crop in that case they leave the third crop to ripen for seed It has been known to thresh out ten bushels tothe acre It is usually worth 7 per bu but now nearly double that The 1005 wheat crop was rather high Have fairly good wheat at this writing It is worth CScts corn alcta Wheat is a little backward this time on account of the dry winterJ Pate One would thinK the Laxative idea in a cough syrup should have been advanced long before it was It seems the only rational remedy for Coughs and Colds would bo to move the bow els and clean the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time Kennedy Laxative Honey and Tar does this it is the Original Laxa tive Cough Syrup the best Known remedy for Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Cough etc Tastes good and harmless Sold by all druggists At riacauleys The College Widow which comes to Macauleya Theater Louisvillo for three nIghts beginning Thursday March 8 with one matinee is a com edy of American life and ie said to be the cleverest thing George Ado has written New York gave it capacity audiences for forty weeKS Boston fourteen weeks Chicag nine weeks The favorable verdict of these cities Is being indorsed wherever the cowed has been seen on the toad Indigestion is much of a habit Dont get the habit Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eating and you will quit belching puffing palpitat lug and frowning Kodol Digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by all druggists KENTUCKY TO GET 100000 FOR FED ERAL BUILDINGS Washington Feb 2SIt is stated anthoritativelvlthat Kentucky will get four 100000 Federal buildings under the Buildings Bill which will be reported soon The subcommittees which have been considering the various bills have decided upon a report to the Committee on Public Building and GroundsThe are not allowed to say what cities will get public build ings but it is understood that the 400000 allowed to Kentucky will be divided between four towns equally Bills are in for buildings at Paris Harrodsburg Lawrencebnrg Catletts burg Ashland Cynthiana Lebaunon Danville Owensboro Winchester Mt Sterling London and Bowling Green and bills for improvements on buildings m Henderson and Frankfort Members of tho Kentucky delegation are guessing as to who will get the tour chunks of POrK The indications are that Mayfield Owensboro Bowling Green and Winchester are to be the lucky towns If the report of the subcommittee goes through without being pruned by tne committee Foolish By six causes a fool may be known Anger without cause speech without profit change without motive inquiry without an object putting trust in a stranger and wanting capacity to dis tinguish between friend and foe Puzzled Johnnie What does that notice say over there mother Mother It says No dogs admitted JohnnieBut the dogs cant read can they How are they to know WASHINGTON LETTER Washington Mar 3The National Association of Mexicun War Veterans have just concluded their unnnal Hon vection There were only fifty mom bers present although there are 3700 veteranH of that struggle still alive Death however is fast thiuning the ranks that one faced the armies of Santa Ana On Friday the veterans paid their respects to Congress were photographed on the steps of the War Department wore received by the President in the East Room of the White Houee and wound up a stren none day as guests at a reception given in honor by the Dames of 1840 The principal business of the conversation was consideration of hills now pending in Congress to increase the pensions paid to the veteans ot the Mexican War Congress was tola that 5OOU 000 would b3 sufficient to meet the in crease during the first year and that there after the decrease in the number ot veterans from deatn would average 25 per cent each year The aged warriors philosophicaly declare that none of those who crossed the Rio Grande against the armies of Mexico will he left at the expiration of five more years That the Senate Committee has reported the Hepburn rate bill witn out an amendment providing tar judicial review realy means little It is recognized generally now that the tight will come anyway on the floor of the Senate and that whatever amend ments are made will be made here Little doubt is expressed that what ever bill is passed will have incorpo rated the right of judicial review of the decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission Without this saving clause it is contended any bill would ba unconstitutional In support of this contention it is pointed out that the Constitution provides that private property shall not bo taken wituout due process of law and any statue empowering a commission to reduce or increase railroad rates comes directly under this provision because railroad rates are private property If the rate is decreased the property or the railroad is taken if the rate is raised the propory of the shipper is usurped Than it is argued If the government is to interfere with prop erty the m tbod must be in conform ity with the Constitution and provision be made in any statute delegating this extraordinary authority This method is followed in every state hav ing a railroad commission and the friends of the President are urging him to make certain by adopting this method of judicial review that the bill to be reported will not oe shorn of all power on the grounds of uuconstitu tionality Jt takes at least two years fora man to become valuable to Uncle Sam as a soldier This is the substance of an interesting report which the Secretary of War has transmitted to the Senate proIfor soldiers in the Porto Rican Proviso tonal Regiment of Infantry These men are now enlisted for a period of two years only and reenlistment is pronibited in time of peace except in the case of noncommissioned offices It is believed that this prohibition is harmful to the welfare ot the regi ment as the men upon discbago gore erally return to their homes revert to their former status and the mili tary knowledge whjch they have ac quired and are supposed to impart to their fellow men amounts to noth ing Military authorities are ot the opinion that an infantry soldier can not be developed in less than tvo years and for this reason the Secreta ry of War is attempting to increase the efficiency of the army by removing in Porto Rico the prohibition against reenlisting after a period of service about sufficient to make the soldiers really valuable The regimental com mander believes that the prohibition should be removed and the Held officers and company commanders are unanimous in advocating increased length of enlistment with the privi liege ot reenlistment An unusal scene took place In the whenIfused to observe the day oven to the extent of listening to the reading of Washingtons rewelJ address or the Declaration of Independence When tho House convened Tnursday Minority Leader John Sharp WiiliamHmov ed that tho address be read but Mr Dazell called for the regular order and Mr Hull moved that the House take up at once the Army Appropri ating bill Then Mr Williams urged that the House adjourn in honor of the day out his motion was overrul ed by the above vote In the Senate all the regular formalities were observ ed Chaplain Hale in his ndvocation dwelt on the example set by the life of Georgo Washington and immediately afterwrad Senator McCreary of Ken tacky read the farewell address of the Father of His Country The latest honor thrust on President Roosevelt Is in the shape of a gourd REPEATING SHOTGUNSNo matter how big the bird no matter how heavy its plumage or swift its flight you can bring it to bag with a long strong straight shooting Winchester Repeating Shotgun Results are what count They always give the best results in field fowl or trap shooting and are sold within reach of everybodys pocketbook FREE Sind mme and addrtti on a postal card for oar Urgt tllattralti catalogs WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to ItakingICARD UI Womans Relief It will ease away all your pain reduce inflam ovarian etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try itAt every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER yourtroublesplain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn DUE CARDUI nothing my old Iowa we lorPrrrrrrsrrrrdrPrrrir rrrr rAprrKrsrrr rrrrrrrKrrrrrrrrt+ X THE BUSY MANS LINErI x BETWEEN ouisville Evansville St ouis x and Southwest A IS VIA x iaI- fa HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS K Special houndtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest and West first and s qw1 1906Jand Tuesdays of February and March 1906 c Secondclass Colonist Rates to California and Northwest Tickets on sale daily February 15 to April I1906 Jt ASK US FOR RATES H GALLAGHER IRWIN Traveling Passenger Agent General Passenger Agent oi1ltiAililARAititARi1 A ilitAititAA1it ktdA tAaA1ti1ARRiIASIA71i1RC It is to be known to posterity as The Roosevelt Uourd to and it is tearfully and wonderfully grown Alfred Lookerbill of Crawfonlsville Ind is the donor The grower is to the gourd family what BnrbunK to the Unit and vegetable worlda wizard The gourd as the result of grafting and crosscutting is the size of a standard sugar bowl mind has four handles placed around the sides It will hold at least a gill more of spring water than any or its brothers species Its inventor says so and tho President deellghted Tho Senate Philippines Committee is being flooded with petitions against the passage ot the Philippine Tariff bill F R Hathaway of Michigan told the Committee the other day that If the duty on sugar were tampered with the islands eventually will sup ply all the sugar used in the United States and bring ruin to the Ameri can beet sugar industry declar ed that there were 1803 860 acres in the islands peculiarly adapted to the nltivation of sugar and that this land had tho best facilities Irrigation These figures surprised tho members of the Committee they are very much greater than these given by gov ernment statisticians Mr Hathaway declared emphatically that his state ment could euisly be proved Two ot Kentuckys Representatives havo announced pairs until further notice Mr Hherley is paired with Watson of Indiana while Mr Padgett has made a similar arrange ment with Mr Dawson ot Iowa Nominations during the week for federal offices within the states of Ken TO and else is baby girl now two weeks writes Mrs J P West of Webster City She Is a fine healthy babe and are both doing nicely If sa x a V a If third rV t 7 A J L J jc IiIitAA is is He for for Mr tockS und Tennessee include the ful lowing names Benjamin W Hall to be postmaster at Mount Starling Ky i Robert S Brown to bo post master at Murtreesboro Tenn Blan ton W Buford to be postmaster at Lebannon Tenn and John S Sin cjair to he postmaster at Dyersburg Tenn Confirmed appointments are the following Willltm C Harper post master at Lattlesburg Ky and Jonn M Viok postmaster at Central City May- oGARFIELD Held over from last weeK Ira Bell and family have moved to Allen Texas to reside with his mother Mrs Mary Bell Miss Lena Kingof Earliutgon visit ed her cousin Tom Gregory part or last weakHawkins Smith was in Louisville last week selling tobacco There is to be an extension of the telephone line from James tit Chairs near Western to this place A num bet of our citizens will have boxes Don Gregory Louisville was here FridayMrs Henry Priest was buried at the Garfield cemetery Feb 6 Mrs Mary Wood and daughter Mrs BUCK Board of Owensboro visited E C Harned Thursday en route to Cus ter to visit her sister Mrs George Harn land other relatives Our hearts go out in sympathy to Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston in loss of their baby boy Charles McCarty Mrs M PComptom has been suffer tag from lagrippe PROFESSIONAL CARDS u StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latent patterns for suits and trousers in high pade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J II HUNSCIIE Cusper May S Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in settling estates All collections reas enable Clovcrport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- 1IARDINSBURO KY theCourtslies Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In Untted States District Courts Office aver Bank ot llardlnsburg LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET 00I- NCOItPOUATEIJ Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine Steamers t TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office J5415tfj58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Snot THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Cures all Coughs and assists In expelling Colds from the System by gently moving the bowels A certain cure for croup and- whoopingcough iTr smarknllUrn Tat KilClover llN emuS UBony KM mtfbottl KENNEDYS LAXA- TIVEHONEYlETAR FKIPARSD AT THE tAIORATORT Of- C a DWITT k 00 OHIOAQO i Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets nt half fare plus 2 Round trip tickets at less than one way fare rom Memphis Cairo or St Louis via Cotton Belt Route February 6 and 20 Stopovers both ways and 21 days re turn limit on round trip tickets Write for map folder and pick your date and say when and where you want to go and we will give you full information by return mail L C BARRY T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at Hardinsburg Ky L5- l J c 3iygr t1 i 4 ki kr i r 1 i l I- Tr J if f OLD WORLD PLANTS tGovernment Importations Promise Much to Our Agriculture GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL At the recent meeting or the National Board of Trade In Washington tho re port adopted from the committee on Agricultural statistics presents many ill 1 facts of great Interest to the farmers C throughout the country and those dependent upon them for their prosperity showing the largo scopo of the work of the Department of Agriculture and tho enormous actual benefit which Its investigations have been to all of our producing areasIAfter discussing tho question of tho f Departments methods of gathering Statistical Information regarding grow ing crops tho National Board of TradeI recommending a modification present methods Including tho cutting down of the great army of farmers and others who are called upon by the Department for reports on conditions of their crops and the reorganization of tho Bureau of Statistics upon a basis of fewer but more reliable reporters carrying greater individual responsibil ties and also in the cutting down of the free seed appropriations and the substitution of a practice of distribut ing only those seeds and plants which will be a probable benefit to the various Ij sections of the country ns n nucleus about which to build up a substitution of more valuable crops than those now grown by the farmers In response to a request the committee received a statement from Secretary Wilson bear CAMEL LOADED This the Clover and Believed Value Certain Our Climates Ing upon the work of the Department in the collection and distribution perimental seeds and plants which contains much of Interest The Secretary says to the committee- I am pleased to give you state ment showing in general way tho importance of tho work of seed and plant introduction to this Department and to the agriculture of tho United States The appropriation for 190G 5290000 which will be practically all used in this work In Touch With the Farmers Through the medium of the distribu tion of seeds and plants tho Secretary continues the Department workers put into practice the discoveries which they may have made in the laboratories and in their field work Ho mentions the distribution of disease resistant cotton seed to such portions of tho south are afferted with the cotton wilt dis ease The annual loss to the south this disease will easily reach 500000 and the Department has done much to reduce prevent this loss at cost of not more than 1000 for the seed and experimental work The in troduction of some of the hardy oranges developed by the workers In the Bureau of Plant Industry another similar illustration fly series of crossbreeding experiments between the ordinary sweet orange and the hardy Japanese citus trioliata very valu able and semi liardy orange has been produced which will probably grow almost as far north Washington expected that with several more gen orations of improvement an orange practically equal the ordinary type of Florida California orange will be able withstand comparatively severe freezing weather Through the cooperation of the Laboratory of Drug Plant Investigation with the Office of Seed and Plant Introduction and Dis tribution we are endeavoring to in trodu into the United States the cul ture of number of different drug plants the annual Importation of which at the present time runs Into millions of dollars in value this principle of cooperation which renders the work of particular value the Department itself and of course enables the Department to do better work for the country at large Great Value from Small Expenditures In regard to the value of this work to the United States my opinion the Secretary says there can be no doubt that the distribution of seeds from the time the work was first bo hum introduced the early sixties pace In the development of our agrlcul lure The rather hasty survey of tho Old records that the time at our dis posal has permitted shows that the Department has been helpful in the in troduction of many of the crops that are at present considered tho most val uable in the United States Among these may bo mentioned the Fultz and other varieties of wheat Chinese sore gum introduced in the early sixties at cost of about 2000 and now worth easily many millions of dollars an nually to the country Kaffir corn the introduction of which cost the Depart ment not more than 5000 of which the annual value at present estimated to bo about 20000000 macaroni wheat on which during tho past three years we have expended about 10000 and which has enabled tho farmers of tho arid west to grow crops worth from 5000000 to 7000000 on lands on which they could not grow the dinary varieties of wheat Japanese rice which has been large factor in the phenomenal growth of the rice in dustry In Tarns and Iontnlnnn The RCreapo devoted to this has increased from 210396 acres in 1898 to total of 610700 acres in 1904 raising tho value of the land from between 100 and 150 per acre to from 3500 to 5000 per acre and the output has been Increased from 179919293 pounds of rough rico in 1898 to 869436800 pounds in 1904 In tho matter of fruits it will be remembered that the Department introduced the Bahia orange known ns the Washington navel orange which has become tho standard orange throughout California More recently the Department has expended In tho neighborhood of ten thousand dollars in tho Introduction of the lute pm Into Arizona and California and ale though sufficient time has not yet elapsed to enable to state positively what tho outcome will be there appears no reason to doubt that an en tirely new industry will bo built up in these sections result of the ef forts of the Department The present value of date importations roughly speaking half million dollars This consists largely of the cheaper praties of dates the finer varieties from tho Sahara seldom coming to this country except in very small quantities These can undoubtedly be grown in our southwest American Sugar Beet Seed The introduction of the sugar beet while not duo primarily to the efforts of the Department has unquestionably been greatly assisted by the dls j rWITH BERSEEM Is of Egypt is to Bo of Great to of Dryer of ex a a Is as from or u is u a as It is to or to e a It Is to in in at a is or a a us as a is a J trllmtlon of seed by the Department and tho establishment of the sugar beet seed Industry in the United States which from the present indications will bo a question of only a few years will have been due directly to the work of the Department Seeing the Im portance of developing our own sugar beet and seed Industry plans were formulated three years ago to encour ago tho growing of this seed The amount expended on this work up to date including salaries and the an nual cost of American grown seed for distribution will not exceed 15000 while the value of the sugar beet seed used in the United States is at least half a million dollars annually besides the much greater value to the sugar beet raisers of having seed adapted to American conditions A conservative calculation shows that the value to American sugar beet growers of using higher grade seed than is usually sent here by German seedsmen will easily aggregate 1000000 an nually Our work along this lino has progressed so far that we shall dls GARDENS Introduced TREESBrinetribute during this year 15000 pounds of American sugar beet seed and the growers will probably produce the neighborhood of 300000 pounds next year all of which has been contracted for at tho present time Most the Money Wasted Although the amount of money which the Secretary may use out of the an nual appropriation for the distribution of seeds for the discovery and distribution of new seeds and pittance byCongressmon cabbage radish tomato and other garden and flower seeds the Depart ment nevertheless is doing some re Ji markablo work in searching through its special agricultural explorers the countries of the old world where ag riculturo has been carried on for cen tunes and tens of centuries and where its history of crops fades away into dim tradition and from these coun tries somo of the most useful and attractive plants have been Introduced which promise great things for Amer lean agriculture It is a question among farsighted plant breeders and JAPANESE BAMBOO TREE The Bamboo Is the Staple Wood of Japan and Its Uses Spell Legion growers whether this part of the work of the Department of Agriculture does not hold out the greatest possibility to the future of America of any branch of the government Every now and then a new plant or new variety is discover ed and introduced which may revo lutionize that particular branch of crop production The macaroni wheat which the Secretary mentions Is a fair example Extensive trials of this wheat have been made throughout the middle belt of the United States Just vest of tho producing area for ordinary wheat and It is believed that a vast eefton of possibly a million square irls heretofore thought unfit for any pTiciilUire Is capable of producing fis nrw grain at the rate of from 15 to 20 bushels per acre With such a startling showing as this flue entirely to the experimental work of the De rartment who shall say when the food producing limit of the world may be reached Bringing Asia to Our Doors For every section 01 the vastly di versified soil and climate of the United States says Secretary Wilson there is a corresponding spot in some portion of the old world where agriculture has been successfully prosecuted for cen lures YLat vo need Is full and complete LI information regarding the of J world agriculture and the Intelligen- application of that knowledge to our own country- It would possible to extend his letter almost indefinitely the Secretary continues were wo to go into the var ious agricultural possibilities which ar now being worked up by the Office o Seed and Plant Introduction and DisJ tribution We are now at work upon the introduction of the Japanese mating t rush into the United States There are imported annually into the United States something like two million dollars worth of matting Tho owners o a newly invented loom guarantee that the value of the annual consumption of raw material to supply their tories will not bo less than 2000000 We are working to establish the cul turo of this matting rush in the aban doned rIce fields of tho Carolinas and the work has already progressed enough to justify a reasonable assurance of success We are also working to Introduce a disease resistant strainI of Bermuda or Easter lily and with fair prospects of success We are encour ARIZONA PROPAGATING DATE Grown From Suckers by the Department of Agriculture States in of collection bo fa fa aging the growing of Holland bulbs In the Puget Sound region and believe it will be only a question of time when Thintroductione the introduction of new persimmons and other Chinese and Japanese fruits which are now being secured by our explorer in northern China and the prolific1 the aggregate many millions of dollars of increase in the value of plant products Touching on the question of the annual Congressional seed distribution Secretary Wilson says that while there is undoubtedly some benefit attached to the distribution of vegetable seed each year the real value to the country of such distribution cannot be compared with that of even one good introduction like macaroni wheat Japanese rice an improved variety of cotton or various other articles which might be men tioned WHY FENCE IfIRE RUSTS Department of Agriculture says Farmers Use Cheap Material- A bulletin setting forth the results or- an investigation made by the Department of Agriculture into the corrosion of iron and steel wire fencing was l sued recently to the farmers of the country Many complaints havo been made to the department in tho last year regarding the present quality of iron an steel wire used a fencing and to improve these conditions wits the hope f determining some remed for the corrosion Secretary Wilson order ed a thorough investigation air th ports amo to the conclusion that the chief trouble is that tho average arm e insists on using the cheapest vir for fencing and the cheap wire natural lycorrodesThe claims that some manufacturers hold that if it were possible to make a better grace or wire at even a slightly higher price it would be useless to put it on the market as the American farmer would not buy it because he desires cheapness above other consideration The result of preliminary experi ments made by the Agricultural Do partment pointed to the manganese in the wire as undoubtedly being he chief cause of the corrosion and It is stated that the more manganese there is present in fence wIre the quicker it will rust or deteriorate To show the possible causes for the TT COATJ the De partment Is Introducing In the South corrosion and that manganese is at the bottom of all tho trouble the department quotes a number of steel Iron and metalurglcal authorities on thee subjects SOUTHERN FA1UIS Rapid Increase In Values Makes the Whole South Prosperous Manufacturers Rocord industrialfdevelopment of the South is going forward with amazing rapidity It is never exc tent of tho agricultural interests in the South agriculture is yet the foun dation of the business of that section A change from poverty to prosperity landrwithout selling value to land in de mand at an advance of 50 to 150 per cent over the nominal price of ono or two years ago is the most far reaching development in Southern advancement of the last quarter of a century It is farreaching in many ways It means that within tho last year or two Southern farm properties havo increase not less than 1000000000 in value probably at least 1500000000 But more than that it means that under this improved financial condition the Southern farmer has gained new cour age new backbone that he has learned how to market his cotton crop that ho has fought to a finish the great battle as to whether the producer or tho speculator is to control tho price of his staple Having won this fight the en Ire handling of cotton from the field to the factory whether tho factory be itt this country or in Europe has en tered upon an entirely new stage In its history It also means that land wh be more thoroughly cultivated for the successful man whether he be a farmer a merchant or a manufacturer Is always better able to work to good advantage than the one who is fighting a losing battle More and more the diversification of agriculture has gone on and more and more have fruit growing and truck raising hog and hominy with the meathouso at home rather than in the West been developed throughout the South Briefs frotp EvGrywhatc The United States exported last year 15000000 worth of oleo oil It is estimated that thero are 4000 professional beggars in London and that they collect over 1500000 a year women The United States sells nearly 200 000000 worth of lard cattle fresh beef bacon hams and oleo oil annually to Europe Padorowskl says he keeps his hands oiled nearly all the time and steeps them in very hot water before giving a piano recital It haa been estimated that tho aver ago man winks about 4000000 times a year No actual count has ever been made however In the Breslau zoological garden there is a spider monkey which was operated on for cataract of the eyes and which now wears glasses Copper prospectors and miners are opening up the ruined forts village1 and canals of a vanished race of men that once peopled the rockwalled meadows of southern Utah i FreeCatarrh Remedy Gives instant Relief No Mo e Bad Breath 4 I My Secret Bemedy Quickly Cares CutnrrhC E Gauss Catarrh Is not only dangerous but It causes bad breath ulccratlon deuih and decay of bones loss of thinking and reasoning power kills am appetiteIndlgeltogcneral debility idiocy and insanity It needs attention at once Cure it with Gauss Catarrh Cure It is a quick radical permanent cure because it rids the system of tho poison germs that cause catarrh 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following resolutions was unaninlously a doptedResolved that the members of this lodge positively refuse to assist in tho matter of wheatthresh ing logrolling corn shrcding or house or barn raising whore the party having such work to per form is a nonmember or who by practice acts in opposition to the plans and purposes of tho Green River Dark Tobacco Grow ers AssociationG Wilson President Nelson Jolly Secy INTERESTING LETTER FROM REV HARRELL Chrlsnoy Ind Mar 2 1SUM5 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear friend and brother Since the time of my visit to Cloverport last fall the Breckenndgo News has been making regular and most welcome visits to my home It is one of the cleanest cheeriest most progressive and best among more than the halt dozen per idicals that come Into my happy Houaier home in Chrisney mad The many familiar names ot persons and places seen in its columns every week are pleasant reminders of faces and scenes and deeds of kindness that have contributed largely to thd sum of my happiness in this life- I am to sorry that the poor oldI much abused County unit local option bill has again received a blarx eye Yes it is all right for the whisky mean Jack Chism Co It may be adopted as a rule without exception that what is right for them in the promises is wrong for the temperance people I want t take off my hut to Judge Henry DeHaven Mooremanand extend I him my hand from across the Ohio in congratulation upon his bold progress ire and wise movement for good roadsI in old BreckonndKe county This plan in a wise ono and inasmuch as it appeals to and includes the whole people of the county irrespective of their ueogmphical position or politi cal creed it cannot fail to be ropolr If the penple will heartily coop rateII with their county judge in his inination to secure good roads throughI out tho county and make it easy for him to carry out the iiittntion of the statutes upon the subject it will be but a few years until Breokenridge county will altar things being equal have as good roads as any county in the State He can do couipiirativtly nothing without their cooperation with it he will prove at least upon the subject of good roads a verita ble Daniel come to judgement It McQuidy gets the Madisouville railroad tell tier to plaune extend Iit to Cloverport and I will run around to Cannolton Ind and step over to see her sown afternoon This would give me an oportunity to shako hands ttrt or Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be In a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine Thin it the nut question your doctor would mk Are jour bowels rtKUlar lie knows tliut dully action of the bowels ti absolutely essential to recovery Keep your liver active nnil your bowels regular by taking laxative dose of Ayers I- mAMado J c Ajar Co Lowell Mail Alto manufacturer of 9 HAIR VIGOR elAGUE CURE PECTORAL ea We havo no ieortts I We publish the formulas of oil our medlolnei SAVED BABY LYONS LIFE Untold Suffering and Constant MiseryAwful Sight From that Dreadful Complaint Infantile EC zemaCommencedat Top of his Headand Covered Entire Body MOTHER PRAISES CUTICURA REMEDIES Our had that dreadful complaint Infantile Eczema which afflicted him for several months commencing the top of his head and at last covering his whole body Isis suffcrin S were untold and constant misery in fact there was nothing we would not have done to have given him relief Tho family doctor seemed to be wholly incapable of coping with the case and after various experiments of his which resulted in no benefit to the child we sent to Mazon Ill to a druggist and got a full set of the Cuticura Remedies and applied as per directions and he began to improve immediately and in about three or four days began to show a brighter spirit and really laughed for the first time in a year In about ninety days ho was fully recovered with tho exception of a rough skin which lis gradually disappearing and eventually will be replaced by a healthy one Praise for the Cuticura Remedies has always been our greatest pleasure and there is nothing too good that wo could say in their favor for they cer tainly saved our babys life for ho was the most awful sight that I ever beheld prior to the treatment of the Cuticura Remedies Mrs MnebeUe Lyon 1826 Appleton Ave Parsons Kan July 18 1905 COMPLETE TREATMENT 1 Complete external and internal treat ment for every humor consisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills may now be had for ono dollar A single set is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring itching burning and scaly humors eczemas rashes and irritations from infancy to age when all else fails Catleurt Rotp Ointment and P11Iu told throughout the world Potter Draik ChemCorpSoletropshostoa Sr Stud for The Ure t SUn Book with a lot of old frlenas there and get home again before bedtime I sincerely hope and pray that you good city of Cloverport will be able to still hold the saloon crime at bay and to fcererlv rebuke the saloon apologo fistsi and surjportera by a big majority vote in the coming local option elec tion 0 what a burlesque upon good government what a shame upon our boasted civilization that the peaco and welling ot a town or community may be thus mpnaced by the saloon every two years HJW long 0 how long shall it be till the people will choose wise legislation who are free from saljon domination The good people of Indiana have been fighting the s loons under even greater disadvantages than exist in Kentucky but since last May the statutes have provided us a system of remonstance which IIs about as guod and in some refpits pchars a little letter than thi Kentucky Local Option law Some of ns cleared our skirts of the bydoingfurther granting of saloon liornse at this place Since that we have en dared what we failed to cure and while us biding the time we have sought to educate the people for another effort and are confidently ex- pendIng to succeed next time and that in the near future Hammond township which includes the town of Grandvievv and of Newtonvillc where 1 have oeen preaching onc a mouth during the lust year has recently gone dry 1uday Ohi J township including Uockport tilts a remcnstanco write h will close fourteen saloons tbere when present license expire this will make uwlul dry times hround the court house in Spencer Co Ind Jackson township in which Uenryville with its two saloons is situated also files lemonstance today This will make dry territory on this side of Grass township and it is said that Clay township on the remaining side can be easily made dry and probably will be soon- I enclose you a poster which will in dlcate what we are to undertake in Grass township which includes Chris ney with its tour saloons Yours for good governmentW CommonSense Facts Stop pouring bad medicine down your throat and get acquainted with yourself is the message of the Biggle Health Book see advertisement in an other column Of all the prac tical and sensible books that have been written by Jacob ig le- the Health Book is certainly one of the very best It tells clearly and fully what to do to keep well and avoid thn doctors visit or how to assist him when attacked by the seven hundred dilTcrent diseases every one is likely to get No medicine in it no worthless treatments no quackery just the commonsense facts on health and hygine how to keep the whole family well without dosing ieA maydieeighty says Judge Biggle The Health Book 1s50 cents free by mail address the publishers Wil mor Atkinson Co Philadelphia Subscribe for the News SOUTH A WHITE MANS LAND The Southern Society celebrated Feb 22 with a reunion at tao Wadorf Astora Moro than two hundred mem bore attended The feature was a lecture by James Arthur MacKnight of Alabama who with the aid of ater eopticn views described the groat do velopment of the South in the last twenty years This growth had come about Mr MacKnight said despite the immense damage which had been done to the interests of the South by the carping and nagging of certain elements in the Northern States Much has been said in blame of the South Mr McKnight saldIIbnt little in its praise The time has come to tell another story One of the criticisms which has been generally circulated is that the Southern em ployer having been at one time ac customed to slaves treats all laborers as they were slaves This is slander pure and simple if there ever was slightest basis for it it does not exist now liTho nagging ot the South on the negro question has gone on now stead ily forty years It would seem about time to give the South a res on this question and leave the solution of it to the people who arejraost affected by it What the South has done in ell inating the ignorant negro vote which is as corrupt aa it is ignorant would be done today by any Northern community confronted with the same conditions if there were a million negroes in New York city and only one hundred thousand white men the latter would rule the city hold all the offices and keep entire control of pub lie affairs and they would not admit the negro to social equality What the South has done to cut out the ignorant and corrupt negro vote has been sustained by the court of last resort and the agitators in Congress it is said have been warn ed by President Roosevelt and Speaker Cannon that those high officials of the Government will give them no comfort in their efforts to out down South ern representation The South has no theyrregard the South as a white mans country and believe that it will always be so A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles DrucinstH are authorized to refund money if FA0 OINTMENT fulls to care In 0 to 14 days 50o Fataly Burned Ruth Ramsey the nineyearold olind daughter ol Mr and Mrs John E Ramsey was fatally burned lit the lamily home at Spottsvlllo Thursday shortly before Loon The child was with her mother in the kitchen helping her to prepare dinner Mrs Ramsey stepped out in the yard for some par pose While she WAS away the blind girl attempted to put coal in tne stove and her dress ignited The child was not aware of her danger until the flames hadlgainded sufficient head way to burn through her clothes The remains ot the child were buried at Ownnsboro Louisville Ky June 131101 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sit I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and uae half bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully J N Roberts 1810 Maple st A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidner and bladder tioubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seminal einiesions 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 L- One small bottle is two months treat ment and seldom tails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufac turer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Sold by ail druggists Going West Mr John W Vest of Kansas City Mo formerly of Clover theWesternWashington to look after some timber interests for a Kansas City syndicate Ho will be in the neighborhood of Tacoma and Seattle and says he hopes to meet some of our Breckonridso county people who are living there Mr Vest and his brothQr Eu gene aJo real estate agents in Kansas City and have a large clientage It is useless to say that lour olrlboy John will get whnt- he goes for even in faroff Wash ington The Laales Reading club met last week with Mrs Chas B Skillman Next Thursday the club meets with Mjs J L Mooiman The bookCon ceming Do Lindy is now being read by the club HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PERUNAl 1 Female Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh Peruna Cures Catarrh Wherever Located Mrs MaNe Bradford 13 Church street Burlington Vt Secretary Whtttior Oratorio Society writes Peruna is certainly a wonderful medicine for the ills of women I have heard it spoken of in the highest praise by many and certainly my experienco is well worthy- of a good word I began to have severe pains across my back about a year ago brought on by a cold and each subsequent month brought prescribed and the way IdistresaI was almost too good have regained my and I no longer suffer t periodical pains and extreme lassit t liable Bradford Thousands ofWomen Cured Every Year by Correspondence ThlsIs What Dr Hartman Proposes to Do for You Without Charge Women who suffer should read the evidences presented here Wo have thousands of letters from grateful frlintis who tell the same story ililf tho ills that are peculiarly womans own are of a catarrhal character female weakness was not understood for many years Dr Hartnmn deserves the credit of waving determined Iw rual character He has mdo catarrh fcnd cauvhal ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by EvansSnlderBueI Co Live Stock Commission Agent Special to the News National Stock Yards 111 Feb21 06 A good moderate run of cattle early this week met with Slight Ily lessened demand as compared with a week ago Beef and butcher cattle are selling slow to a dime lower Outside of one 6 cent bunch there has been nothing good in the beef steer line Wo sold several bunches of 100day fed Kansas steers weighing 1277 to 1303 at 510 to 545 also a good quality light weights and plain quality heavy weight natives at 475 to 500 Best heifers brought 465 prices ranging down to 300 to 375 for com moner lot Best cows 450 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 demandOur bullish views on hogs are reflected ina 75 cent advance since Fob 1st The fancy price of 630 was paid hero Monday and Tuesday 625 sales being pretty plentifulandand the bulk of the packing grades gainer at 610 to 620Sheep f values practically un changed lambs a quarter lowor A fair grade of stockers selling 400 to 435 and western lambs around 665 Very few native sheep coming Any reader of the News is wel come to write us for mtiro specific information than cant be given in our space here EvansSniderBuol Co Mrs Lizzio Redding 8134 B PJace St Louis Mo writes I found after trying many different to restore me to health that Feruna was the only thing which could be depended upon I began taking it when I was in a decline induced by female weakness and overwrought nerves I began feel during the first week I took Feruna and my health improved daily until now I am in perfect health and enjoy life as I never did before ode JII t diseases Including pelvic ca tarrh a lifo long study Poruna cures catarrh whether of the pelvic organs or any other organ of the human bod- yPeruna a Natural Beautifier Peruna produces clean mucous mem branes tho basis of facial symmetry add a perfect complexion The women have not been slow to dis cover thfct a course of Peruna will do more toward restoring youthful beauty than all tho devices known to science Many a girl has regained her faded beauty many a matron has lengthened the days of her comely appearance by using Porunu StlthColeman Garret Ky March 6Miss Mabel of Siflpher Wells will be to S H Stith of Ekron March 7 They have many friends hero who extend ulations in advance Miss Rnth Haynes left last for a short visit to FranKfort and llioholasville Take I boxes medicines stronger Bedding Coleman married congrat Wenesday I In Peruna those women find a prompt and permanent cure Thousands of testimonials to this ef feet aro received by Dr Hartman every year The good that Peruna has ac complished in this class of cases cam scarcely be overestimated If yon do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hart man giving a full statement of yoar case and he will bo pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Comm bus Ohio All corr jspondence held strictly confidential t4I NhfrIMN 6lIissLizzieMr and Mrs Henry and F Richardson son of Mrs Bette Roberts Richardson were married in Louisville at WJllard Hotel Fob 28 The bride Wore a gray traveling dress They were by the grooms sis tqr Virginia Richardson To The Public We want to bring you face to face with usnnd look you square in the eyes and let you havo bargains that never were heard of before at Glendeane Wo thank you for your liberal patronage since we came here We know your are a good people and desirvo good treatment and if you will come to our store and do your trading the next 30 days you will be convinced that wo are selling goods muck lower than any other one Wo will on nON DAY FEB 26 start a closing out sale on the following goods Clothing Hats Un derwaro Percals and Calicoes of all kinds at 5 cents per yard for the next 30 days only Mens best grade nicest fine shirts sold for 100 Will sell for 79 cents 50 cents shirts at 42 cents Mens pants tbak sell every where for 200 Will sell for only 125 Cut prices on Worsted goods Over Shoes Floor Rugs and Robes of all kinds Wo havo one bolt of nice jeans sells every where for 25 cents per yard but goes now at 19 cents Remember while wo aro closing out we willcut 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 10i cents per pdund for 30 days only Wo carry a full line of Index and Eagle Paints which are second to none a full line of Fencing Wire Plows Vulcan and B F Averys make Oliver Chill Moal Boards and Paints Full line of Shoes at reasonable prices Remember too when you come 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 havo a car load of Fertilizer to arrive March 1 at prices never heard of before Tv 1 Wo are yours to servo GLASSCOCK CO GLENDEANE KY r To Cure a Cold in Day Iaxauve rnmo l1llDlne Tablets Seven Million sold In past 12 months TlflS Signature Clifton to Lizzio Rlchard5onHarringtoti Harrington P accompanied Miss One f8 Cum Grip 1la Two Days Gb l r t l JI X L ii i I J Jf I i I iJ I If1e I i 1i i Ii- rq It tIil l J I I IIt C Ci rZI I I 0f3 tti c i sS so 6a 6s 4 I S U a n 1f P b fl lc I fIIIrIfft Al 1