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J l THfiBRECKENRIDGE NEWS IALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT OL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1906 12 Paces NO 39 IIMISS ELIZABETH LAMB Miss Lamb is the daughter of Mr and Mrs C S Lamb of this MnJtI is an exceptionally bright young lady ST CLAIRY pointed County Road Sup rvisor Other Fiscal Court Proceedings rdinsburg Kv April 10All magistrates were in attendance h Judge Moorman presiding The art continued five days adjourning turday The court appropriated 35 to defray e expenses of Breckenridge county at he Home CominK Week in Louis ille speeches in tavor of this appro priation were made by Judge Mercer 3enl Murray John P Haswell and there Some doubt was expressed b- erne y as to whether this would be tech ncally legal but the doubt was resolv i in favor of the progressive citizens if the county who will without ques ion aprove the action of the court ill the other counties of the i state are ireticipating in this great affair and bis county could not afford to provide i or its representative The results of the votes taken at theI rood Road Convention were sprea l p ftu the order book of the court an heeentiment of that convention wasI llowod n closely as possible In aU utters pertaining to toad matter The office of county supervisor o lads was created and James V St lir was elected to that position andl f salary was fixed at 000 per year i t will be permitted to select one as I taut in each magisterial district StClair will give his whole time the work of his office Cho allowance for pauper coffins was I red as follows For persons under 1 ars of ago 3 for persons over 1- ars 0 of age 10 each 3y an order made by the court the Mnty pauper commiesionea is reqnir I to visit the poor bouse each month I lthout giving notice to the keener i see that the inmates are suitabl I oyided for The keeper is given trie rm free of rent and allowed 150 fr week for each inmate I No claim will be allowed hereafter i the court except it be sworn to andI tee the certificate to the officer ad I nlstiating the oath attached Cpf count of the absence of the nnl attorney Gus Brpwn at Cin Mosars Ed Dillon and Franklin incbeloeof Hardinsburg were in the ty Sunday afternoon It- t cinnatiO as a witness in the Federal court in a patent case Col D R Murray noted as county attorney pro tern until last day of the term The County Judge authorized to ap point the necesary committees to ar range for a Home Coming Day in this ounty to act in conjunction with the Louisville Commercial Club Committees wore appointed to improve the county property among other improvements Authorized is the building of a sidewalk on the south and west side of the public square Judge Mooimun is largely responsible for the ordering of those improvements and his public spirit is to be corn menaed The salary of the county judge was raised from tiJOOO to 800 per year j The wasdThedcourt thought these increases justifi able one account of more work in these offices asfclerk of the Fiscal Court was fixed at 150 per year and is the same compensa tlon that has been allowed thin official for years There was a complete change of officers who are appointed by the court with one exception Lee Walls wax retained as Poor House Commissioner JUT Baker as Poor House and Jail phy sician Paul Compton was elected to succeed W K Barnes as commissioner and receiver of the court and Allen Newby is the successor pf John Elders Poor House keeper These changes were decided upon in caucus of the courtpJudge Moorman however did not par ticipate in the unacns The magistrates who compose the court are John OReilly T H Bates H G Vessels Chas H Drury John T McUamish and Frank Rupert Of these Charles H Drury and H G Vessels are serving their second term while the others have never been members of the conit before The construction of the electric light plant will begin sometime this month TRIAL Of John Henry Clark One of Alleged Murderers of John Coke at Hudsonville Hardinsbarg Ky April 1UMou day looked like drum court day The trial of the alleged murderers of John A Coke was the magnet Fully 700 people crowded Into the court room when the case of the commonwealth of Kentucky versus John Henry Clark was called betore Judge Henry Moor man Nothing like it was ever wen here before Tbe killing or Coke has aroused intense interest in the whole southern end of the county and there was some little tale of a mob by some but the good sense and respect for law of the citizens of the county will never let such a thing materialize- At the conclusion of the testimony for the commonwealth Mercer and Mercer announced that the defendant would waive any futher examination and Judge Moorman ordered that he be held to await the action of the grandjnry witnout hail and Clark was remanded to bail The evidence adduced against him was circumstantial out it was shown that be was are rested at Sand Knob 20 miles from tile home near Hudson i that he had told Wm Cbaney in a laughing manner two or three times that he was going to get an old man for his money only THE EVIDENCE Lee Bishop was the first witness call ed He was the coroner who held the inquest over the dead body of John A Coke He round the body lying in front ot his house Ho was lying on his right side shot in the breast with a single barrel shot gun He found 20 in the right hip pJCKet A broken tobacco stiCK was shown Mr Bishop who said it was the same StiCk ne found near the body Pias Tucker was the next witness HP disoovpred the body while he was going to his work the next morning auout7o clock Didnt make examine tlon Said the lust tune be saw Mr Coke was the evening before about 3 oclock at Hudsonville He bought two pair hiuges and paid for a bale of wire A vest way shown Mr Tucker He said it belonged to Coke He al so recognized a coat which beonged to the dead man and was tbe same goods as tbe vest The coat had been worn in the lain and was the same teat tound on the prisoner when captured Tne wanes said he found 210 in an over shoe that was under the bed in room occupied by Coke Ed Butler was next put on tne stand He was asked about tbe fire in tne fire place Ha said the wood was in the tire place ready to kindle but saw no signs of a fire being made LooKed like a man bad fixed tbe wood for waking the fire was called away before ho got through Arthur Beard deputy sheriff was the urrestIdistant from his home near Hudson Ho arrested Clark about 9 oclock Mon day night He recognized the coat shown him as being the same coat the prisoner bad on whoa ho arrested him This coat belonged to the vst and suit worn by Coke before his death Chas Bailer deputy sheriff was with Beard and helped make the arrest Ho corroborated the statement of Beard BIDS INVITED HardinaburgKy April 10Special Anthnr Goodman the local contrite tor bas received notice form George W Fegan the chief engineer of the Madison viile Harttord S Eastern Ry Co that bids for the construction ot the railroad will be received at his office in Hartford until the 2a or this month Mr Goodman will piobably be a successful bidder In the notice An Equity warehouse for tobacco at Owensboro is said to be certainty a short time before the Killing that he did not come to Cokes house after the killing with the other neighbors and that he had Mr COROS coat on when be was arrested Jailer ibell man teethed that the defendant and Holland were confined in cells down stairs and the others arrested for the same offense were in the upper sell that ho over heard Holland talking to those upstairs through the sewer pipes and that be said in the presence oj the defendant that he Holland knew a good deal but he wasnt going to tell it The others nnatalrs told him what they had told Arthur Beard the deputy sheriff and Holland said he had told H Beard the same thing Other pro perty of Cokes a razor and two knives were also identified but they were in Clarks possession before the Killing These are tao chief points brought against him Clark is a young man of about 22 years of age with light brown hair and blue eyes and has fairly inreligent face The senti ment of the people seems to be rather against him The cases against the others will be called to morrow and it may be that some of the others will waive an examination i but Will Uhaner was called bo recogniz ed the gun produced to him and said it was the same gun he saw Clark with before the trilling It was a singlo barr alI loadei Bob Clark saw the prisoner the next morning after toe Rilling met him in the words as he was going to his brothers As he returnd ne met the prisoner again in the woods He had the gun Said Clark remarked to him in a joking way I believe I will get out and Kill an old man and get mo some money to This conversation was before the killing He had on his per son at the time two pocket knives a razor collar button and coat Clark slid IItl won the Rniven razor and gun in a game of poker with the pri Boner Pins Tucker was recalled and identi lied the knives and razor belonging to i the dead man I Dan Quiggius heard gun Urn on the night of tbe killing He also said the razor was the one lie used to shave Coke with before his death j John Stillwell also identified the razor as Cokes and the one he used to shave him- Clarencee Still well said it was the same razor R A Shellumn jailor of Brecken ridge county said bo hoard Hlland one of the prisoners in the jail taking to UIH other prisoners through the sewer pipe in the jail Holland said ho knew a great deal about the kill lug but was not going to tell it Judge Wills was next on the stand He said the wads wore No 13 and fit I the gun Said he was a detective and had been employed to work up the- o 89 I ITho commonwealth rested their case here Claud Mercer for the defence waiv ed further examination and asked the Judge to commit the prisoners without bail it is stated that the total length of the road is about 35j miles beginning at a point oq the Providence branch of the Louisville S Nashville R R about 20 miles west of Mndfsonvilln and extending a north eastwordly direction via Hartford to the intersec tion with toe L H d St L at Miobell The worn ot construction will commence about May 11 I fromII RoiBaKing Powder- Absolutely PureMade from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar In baking powder Royal is the standard the powder of highest reputation found by the United States Government tests of greatest strength and purity- It renders the food more healthful and palat 4 able and is most economical in practical use 4 Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to buyalum powders because they arc cheap Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold to consumers at the highest price Housekeepers should stop and think Is it not better to buy the Royal and take no chances the powder whose goodness and honesty are never questioned Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an alumphosphate or other adultered po wder to save a few pennies i YORKiCOUNTY JAIL KEYS STOLEN Prisiners Shut Off from Bread and Water for Over Twentyfour HoursNo Clue to Thiefs NIGHTIMSPEjE 8METIME YESTERDAY AFTER THE SENSATION AL TRIAL OF JOHN HENRY CLARK ONE OF COKES ALLEGED MURDERERS THE KEYS HAVE NOT BEEN FOUND THERE IS NO CLUE AN EXPERT CELLOP ENER OF LOUISVILLE HAS BEEN SENT FOR THE PRISINERS HAVE NOT HAD BREAD NOR WAii TER SINCE MONDAY NIGHT AT THEIR SUPPER THE ATTORNEYS FOR THE DEFENSE DEMANDED THAT A SPECIAL GUARD BE PLACED AROUND THE JAIL LAST NIGHT 1 TODAYS TRIAL WAS POSTPONED UNTIL TOMOR ROWTHE MOB FEELING AT THE SCENE OF THE MUR DER HAS SUBSIDED THE ATTORNEYS FOR THE DEFENSE ARE MAKING A VIGOROUS FIGHT Worn on the hotel to be unfit at Tar Springs is being pushed forward A sawmill has been engaged and is saw- Ing the lumber for the building at the springs The hotel will probably be completed by June 1 You are invited to see a line of sty fish mllinery a showing of the latest orations in Pans Fancy braids flowers and ribbons Tho french sailors will prove popular also Mrs J 11 Cor drey nee Judith Miller Almer Llttleof Owensboro was here last week preparing to organize a camp of the Woodman of tho World Mr Little said that prospects wore good for an organization of the kind Stewart Babbage has a position in the new store of Shapmsky Bros Mr J Y Lott American Society Equity organization from this tho Dark Tobacco District addressed the farmers and citizens of Shelby county at the courthouse in Shelbyville Monday night Tho Clover Dramatic Club of the o local A O U W lodge will present the comedy drawAA Moonshiners Daughter on Tnursday night April 26 in Oolzes hall Those who will take part in tho play are as follows W R Wilson R E Mattingly J B Boh ior T J Wine W L McCracken Esther Jackson Jossio Berry and Nina Wilkotson The cast has boon working hard for some time and the entertainment will doubtless be a rery pleasing ono 4 Black Warrior John Known as the MillerJack This is one of the best breeders and one of the finest Jacks in Kentucky 15 12 hands high weight 1000 pounds and is a sure foall getter A premium of 1250 will be given the best colt of Sporting Boy 10 best colt of Black Warrior Will give 100 for premium colt from Sporting Boy Will give 75 for premium colt from Black Warrior John Black Warrior John will stand at Hardinsburg Ky at Poor House farm for 10 to insure a living colt Money when mare is traded or parted with A lein retained on colt for payment of same All possi ble care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not re sponsible should any occur Prof H K Taylor of Louisville delivered a temperance lecture ac Oelzes hall lnt Thursday night to a bout two bundred people A song was sung then a prayer of fered by the Roy R H Rooof living ten followed by an introduction of Prof Taylor hy Attorney Edmund Wroe This being Mr Wioet first ap pearance before an audience since his recent admission to the bar he receiv ed great applause us he arose to intro dUCA the speaker of the evening Wroe hns a good delivery Every void he npuko bad a true meaning to it e Mr Wnw wild tt affords w e great pleasure too present to you this evening an ideal educator ideal because he teaches the heart the hand and the head Ideal because he lights evil in all ot Its phases in all of its places from the precinct uleuthn to the State Legisla ture I present ti you tonight the man who has none more towards se curing the passage of the Cammack local option bill at Frankfort in the Logislaturo than any man in the state Applause I appreciate Mr Wraes words II said Prot Taylor I believe to work for local option is tho highest calling of any wan or woman Every man should array himself on tho side of temperance HO that his position can not oe possibly mistaken There in today much encourage ment in Kentucky for good The mor ale of tho state are on an upward trend Tbe Christian people ate on top I am free to say that I have not heretofore admired the Governor of Kentucky No personal illwill what ever lint I havo not admired his poll tical tactics Whether by policy or In tent or whether by the influence ot a 7 good wife or whatever the cause the Governor of Kentucky has stood for tin ongniHl Cammack local option bill from start to finish The Christian people of Kentucky outraged at the saloon simply made the demand of the machine that they must give the will of the majority or take the consequences of the next elect ion The local option people ot the State got more from the last Legisla ture than they have from any other Legislature in years Will Cloverport people be behind the example that is being set by the State at large Will you let a few boot loggers ride rough sbod over the will lof the people Will the ohilvary of this town go to shatters when the mural trend is elsewhere climbing up ward The fight of the local option bill was not in the House of Representa tives but it was in the Senate The juggle was there Representatives who had come fresh from the people knew their will and stood by the people A few fellows found out that it was un popular to be on the whiskey side and loped over some pretended to be for temperance but were not All the time they were praying that a vote should never be taken on the question Soon all the fellows found out it was unpopular to be on the whiskey side and they scrambled all over themselves trying to get into the band wagon Then tho temperance people got more than they asked for They got a bill that will kill the blind tiger a bill that prohibits any carrier to bring whisKcy into a local option community in more than one gallon lots The law becomes effective June 1C and yon people have absolute protection against blind tigers If you will enforce the aw w r Sporting Boy I liLH I A red sorrel stallion foaled in 1900 with small star and a little white on inside of lefthind ankle This is a 1 grand stallion of great style good bone and beautiful color Ho is 10 14 hands high and well proportionedand weighs 1300 pounds He has the very best of feet and legs and is as wellbred as any saddle stallion in America He combines many of the characteristics of the Morgan and Denmark families of Kentucky He is by My Owns Boy Jr who is by My Owns Boy and his dam is Belle Slaughter 3S2 N S H R Vol L My Owns Boy is by I the grandly bred My Own No 1521 who was by Artist 05 and out of Lady Graves 57 who was by Mont Roses100 Artist was by the renowned King William 07 who wa9 by Washington 04 King William sired t Black Eagle 74 who sired Black Squirrel 53 who is famous as a sire of style and good qualities throughouts Kentucky and many other statestSPORTING BOYS dam is by the renowned modeland show stallion Endor 27 who had more premiums toihis credit than any stallion in his clayand had for his sire King Iennnrknnd dam by Boliver th Sporting Boys E 2nd Dam was Warren Cheif he by Labels Lexington who was one of the most noted sires and show stallions Kentucky ever had Cahels Lexingtons dart was by old Tom Hal the founder of the pacing horse family in KonItucky and Tennesse His second dam was by Old Copperbottom who was one of the founders of saddle horses in Kentucky and Tennessee SPORTING BOY not only possesses the blood linesbut has all the qualites in action I and beauty He is a saddle horse from a walk to all gaits and in a trot ho is a trotter and in a rack he is a wonder t- He is absolutely sound and has proven a sure breeder r SPORTING BOY will stand for 1250 ut the same place and under same conditions as Black Warrior JobnIt lh Beard Owner Hardinsburg Ky j STRONG TEMPERANCE LECTURE BY H IK TAYLOR absolutely Denmark I am agaist the saloon bacause it is an unqualified nnsiance I will not dwell on the crimes of this business There is no heart among you that has not ben hurt by the hands of rum I would as soon stand here and pleadfor any nuisance in this town or in any other town as to plead for a saloon There are no rights for the saloon It has none But the majority of the people give it a right to exist for a year at a time There is no man on earth who can mention one good thing about a saloon It is destructive of peace quite order and safety In eveiy community where it exists The saloon breeds vice and crime The saloon does not live on drunk ards alone It lives by making drunk ards of our boys Tins business does not go single handed Joined with it are all the vices and crimejin existance Somotmes you are told of a nice man who is in the whiskey business If you estimate the nicety of a man by his politeness I grant you will find many nice saloon Keepers It is im possible for any sane man to engage in that tralllo which viII destroy his fellowman The man is in it tor the moneythe revenue II Whenever you hear a man stand for the respectability ofa saloon tell him there is no respectability in a lawbreaking business The whiskey people have publicly dclared that they must cultivate an appetite for whiskey in the younger generations that are coming on or their business in future years will be ruined They would have their drum mere to advise each rumBoiler to give young boys whiskey free in order to cultivate an appetite among them for whiskey and later on they are sure these very young boys will pay them big dividens when they get within the clutches of strong drink The one thing worth lifes struggle is to kill the whiskey traftiic The chief asseRts of a community are its boys and gIrls This is above all Then our purpose should be to save these boys and girls The hue and cry comes up that local option destroys property value I have evidence troD a saloon keeper himself that will prove the absurdity of this claim A saloon man told me that he built a 112000 home in Louisville a saloon was set up in the neighborhood be sold the house for 10000 i built another for 10000 a saloon was started near it this one he sold for 5000 and nally had to move into a section where the people bad already voted whiskey out Be had sons and daughters and wanted to protect them Have you ever known a saloon to enhance the value of a single piece ot property I would rathelsec the streets of any town grow up in blue grass than to see a town filled up with saloonsHave yon ever een a Town Board that has said out with the saloon be cause it is a nnsianue No But have you not seen the same Town Board say out with a pig pen because it is a nuisance I will take a pig pen on every corner rather than to have one sa loon Town Boards are awful quick to abate all nusiances except whiskey Strange they never get to that Again some people bring up the old song of killing the business of a town Well then I suppose Clover port is dead because lit has had local option for six years Suppose there is no new houses going up no new business es starting everything dead I reckon Supposing Cloverport had saloons and a man in the country conies to town with 5 The man goes to the- Y saloons spends fi75 for whiskey and in gambling spends 15 cents tor tc bacco and 10 cents for coffee to take home This is the way a saloon helps the towns business Suppose again a man conies to town with 5 No saloons here He spends all of the money for provisions for the family at home Here is your trade benifltDanville has not had saloons for thirtyfive years Her tax rate is 70 cents on the hundred dollars II Frankfort the worst Kept town in KentnoKv has fiftythree saloons a tax rate of 150 on the hundred dollars an a poll tax to the limit Mayfield has bad no saloons for thirty years A vote was taken re cently and the local option people won by a 10 to 1 majority The follows that signed the petition for an election vot ed optionThe of the land has said the whiskey traffic has no rights The man who prays the Lords pray er and nelps the saloon in existance is a hypocrite What is a cold in the head Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Elys Cream Balm as soon us you be gin to sneeze und snuffle Neglected the cold may grow into catanh and the airpassages be so inflamed that you have to fight for ever by breath It is true that Elys Cream Balm cures catarrh promptly and certainly But you know the old saw about the ounce of prevention Therefore use Cream Balm when the cold in the nead shows itself All druggists GOo or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street yew York A little Want Ad at a small cost trying 13y SH eG The Victoria Cro The intrinsic value of tho Victoria cross the most highly prized decora i11 tlon In army and navy Is about 1V ti pence It was Instituted by royal ci warrant on Jan 20 1800 as a reward d of gallantry of all ranks and the first presentation of sixtytwo crosses was = made by the late Queen Victoria In per son on Friday June 20 1857 It Is In the shape of a Maltese cross and Is made to this day out of metal fromtnfRussian cannon captured at Seva potst James Gazette Snow at a Halfpenny a Pound y Snow Is sold In the north df Sicily where it fetches about a halfpenny t pound It is a government monopoly and the prince of Palermo derives th greater part of his income from it Thi snow which is gathered on the moun thins in felt covered baskets is widel bought in the cities for refrigerating purposesLondon TitBits In a Dud Vayk1 hedownhaustlon o How dreadful What are his symp Pi tomsHo latterly keeps repeating hlmsel b hi his excuses for coming homo lath from the club dearntbJenksWbyw heartily at that ancient jest of B S rems WiseIn self defense JenI In Ic self defense WlscrYcs if 1 w kadnt laughed so ho would have re ar peated the thing thinking I hadnt b seen the point Kansas City Independce ent sa tryAorOffdthei names and twentythree made the mark This Is all changed nownctry baron can write but only a fe B mccced In making their mark y d ir The Breckenridge News rWEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1000 OUR COMMONSCHOOLS t Nobody at all informed on the sub ject believes that the Common School System of Kentucky is what it ought to be A look at the miserable little cabins that serve as school houses in many if not most of the school dill tracts in the state and peep inside at the more miserable onildren during school hours on a winter day would convince anyone that Kentucky Is behind the times in the matter of Com mon schools but yet their are South ern Sthtes behind Kentucky That Southern man would be singularly wanting in patroitism and affection for hts people who did not desire to have this condition improved How best to brine about such results car only te ascertained through inter change of ideas and opinions among persons conversant with the situation RIM capable of helping toe cause Thus was suggested a Conference of the leading educators in the Southern states for the purpose of envolvlnir som9 plan to extend the educational system so as to benefit all tho people Higher chools and Colleges and de nominational institutions have done a great work but they did not reach the spot What the people need is the free school and that ot as high a stand ard as it is possible to make it sup ported by general taxation Thure Is the rnb that question of taxation The difficult thing is to induce the people to tax themselves for schools to the extent of having a ten months school year and teachers paid adequate salaries In Kentucky in the country districts the rule is a six months school poor for the teachers poor teachers poor scholarspoor sChools poor people Any agency by whtcn such a state of things could be remedi ed should receive a welcome from all good people Such an agenny is The Conference for Education in the South which meets annual to consid er Southern Schools conditions and devise methods to improve them Its meetings are attended by tminent citi zensnot only from the South but from the North and East also who are in terested in tna welfare of the South and her people The next meeting of the Conferen a will be in Lexington t- olay J384 and all who desire to see better schools throughout the State are invited to attend Will Accept Relics Louisville Ky March 23rd 1000 Mi J E Keith Cloverport Ky Dear SirWe will accept with please nre Grand Fathers Clock if it can be j moved safely also bible and book j Josepbus ten Almanacs from 1810 to 1U50 Louisville Newspapers 1840 to 1850 two old pictures and twotJ onurch books of Utter frees ande Gill ad Churches for exhibition during HomeComing week Juno 1317 j All exhibits should be sent May first toa Chas Thrnston Johnson Chairman j 207 Columbia Building Louisville Ky Very truly yours Chas Thruatoii JOhDSODa Chairman Com on Helicsd The eruption of Mt Vesnvisu is as fuming alarming proportions i The department of Commerce and jLabor issued a bulletin showing antincrease of 190000000 of exr ports for the first eight months cf the fiscal year of 1008 Imports increased 71000000 during the same peri- odOverWork Weakens 2Your Kidneys Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through vnnr ltlnvI nncl every three minutes Is all slz yourbloodter out waste or impurities blood II- If they are sick or out of order they to do their Pains aches rheurmatism come from ex of acid In thet blood to neglected Kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey heart trouble because heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins arteries It used to be considered that only urinary troubles 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 extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers 1 SwampRoot he great kidney remedy is- loon realized 1It stands highest for Itst=wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and sold on Its merits Iby druggists In fifty cent onedollar es You may have a the the fall workcand cess uric due had the and were the the and sample bottle by mall nom of swampRoot I freealso pamphlet telling you how to find ouAlfiou have kidney or bladder trouble lit ton this paper when writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N YcDont make any tnlatako but remmbcr the name BvrampItoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot address Blnghamto N Y OB everybob Ie i Women in Our Hospitals Appalling Increases in the Number of Operations Performed Each YearHow Women May Avoid Them MSJRuby Mushrush Going through the hospitals in our large cities one is surprised to find such a large proportion of the patients lying on those snow whito beds women and girls who are either awaiting or recovering from serious operations Why should this be the case Sim ply because they have neglected them selves Female troubles are certainly on the increase among the women of this country they creep upon them unawares but every one of those patients in the hospital bells had plenty of warning in that bearing down feel ing pain atleft orright of the abdomen nervous exhaustion pain in the small of the back dizziness flatulency dis placements of the organs or irregular ities All of these symptoms are indi cations of an unhealthy condition of the female organs and if not heeded the penalty has to be paid by a danger ous operation When these symptoms manifest themselves do uotdrag along until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an operation- bl1t remember that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has saved thousands of women from surgical operationsWhen are troubled with Irregular suppressed or painful periods weakness displacement or ulceration of the organs that bearingdown feel ing inflammation backache bloating or flatulency general debility indi gestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness lassitude excitability irritability ner vousness sleeplessness melancholy allgone and want to bc left alone feelings thoy should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable tom The New York Legislature refused vote an extra appropriation for the MoKInlty monument in Buffalo Seta tor Yeaily charges the commissioners with bad faith Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar Mr Vm Thos Lanorgan provin alai Constable at Cbnplean Ontario I caught severe cold while hunting a burglar in tne forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I tried it and after using two small bottles I was con cured This remedy is intend d especially tor coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment is a favorite where ever its super for excellence has become known For solo by Short Haynes Cloverport Tne Tobinsport telephone line is completedonly about one more of stretching wire andibey will then be readyto install the boxes A Problem In AVIziirdry We want to know why persons who believe in wizards or at all events consult wizards nearly always prefer believe in men or women who are of a race Inferior to their own or In circumstances which prove that their occult powers are of no use to themselves The rule Is not Invariable for tiara have been great wizards like Paracelsus Roger Bacon Michael Scott and Cagllostro who were acknowl edged by those who consulted or fear ed them to be In all ways their su periors but It Is seldom broken In all the letters on country superstitions which we have published the wise man or woman has always gypsy blood or some peculiarity of appearance marking out him or her unfavorably from their kind The wizard of India is usually a naked savage while those who resort to him are civilized beings clothed carefully In muslin The rarer of the whites for the black obeah or woman In the West Indies Is subject of countless naratlves espe cially In the French Islands London Spectator Solid Emery WiseU In the production of solid emery wheels the best cement that can be employed is one that binds the emery together with that degree of strength which will resist the centrifugal strain emeryIper minute It must not soften by frictlonal heat or glaze or burst or be como brittle and break with cold nor must it hold the cutting grains until are too dull to cut nor release them so readily as to waste away the wheel too fast It must be capable of being thoroughly mixed evenly with the grain emery so that the wheel may andIcapable of being tempered to suit dlt ferent kinds of metal or work Great and skill are required In the matter of selecting only pure and strong chemicals for these cements Carolers Magazine I t Mrs A1iceBerryhill The following letters cannot laU to bring hope to despairing women Miss Ruby Mushrush of East Chicago Ind writes Dear Mrs Pinkbam 4Ihave beena groat eufferer with irregular periods and female trouble and about three months ago the doctor after using the XHay on mo said I had an nbcess and would have to have an operation My mother vant l me to try Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound as a last resort and it not only saved mo from an operation but made mo en tirely well Mrs Alice Berryhill of 313 Boyce Street Chattanooga TenD writes Dear Mrs Pinkham Three years ago life looked dark to me I had ulceration and Inflammation of the female organs and was in u serious condition- S health was completely broken down and the doctor told mo that if I was not operated upon I would die within six months I told him I would have no operation but would try Lydia E Pinkhanrs Vegetable againstitand began to use it faithfully within five days I felt relief but was not entirely cured until I used it for some time Ydur medicine Is certainly fine I have induced several friends and neighbors to take it and I know more than a dozen who had female troubles and who today are as well VegetableLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound at once removes such troubles Refuse to buy any other medicine for you need the best Mrs Pinkham daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham invites all sick wo men to write her for advice Her advice and medicine have restored thousands to health Address Lynn Mass pound Succeeds Where Others FalL I FORDSVILLE Mrs Foster Harder who has oeen confined to her bed with lagrippo is able to be up again Mies Nora Truman attar an extend ed visit to friends in Louisville has returned home Mrs Perry Cooper and daughtei Rachel Ellen whe have been in Louis ville have returned home Miss Bernie Webnrn has gone to RntBellville to accept a position ae milliner We are glad to have with U3 again our Rep C U Beard who has been in Frankfort for some time TneDawson Dramatic Co had n successful two weeks engagement here There are at present no indications of formidable opposition to Stanley in this district The tints for closing nominations is near at hand and Manned Wilson has not yet taken any steps toward entering the contest Irn PISQS CURE4 mu 1 1 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good 1N 8 Use In time Sold by dnioelsts CONSUMPTION r ij YourWants WantsSupplied IWc are fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing in our line with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties Jewelry watches or anything that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right cnVe respectfully solicit your patronage T C LEWIS SON HARDINSBURG KY y c 16- x r j Clear Ce of Bunko The manager of a New York theater tells the following story During n per fonnunce of Rip Vim Winkle by the late Joseph Jefferson the manager who was standing In tho lobby observed tcountryman hovering about the en trance in au uncertain way Finally as with n determination to go the limit the countryman bought a ticket and entered the house A little while after the manage happened to be in the lobby again when the countryman clime out with an expression of Intense dig gust upon his face Well haw do you like the show the manager Inquired with secret amusement The Irate farmer grew conlldentlnl Say mister he replied Im goln tow have a mighty hard time splalnln tow Marandy what I done with them tow dollars but you kin bet I wont toll her I pild It tow see an old foll r fill up on llfker nn go ter sleep wheu I could a gone up tcr then tavern at then Corners an a seen old Bill Hard tree dew it for nothln Success Mug azine Frightened the Drlilo to Death In the Church of Chntstlan at PIsek in Bohemia u marriage was about to be Kolemnlxcd between Anna Iloslln aged nineteen and a youth of her choice Hrlde and bridegroom stood nil ready before the altar where were lighted tapers Before the priest could unite the brUlnl pair one of the tapers became suddenly extinguished A loud slfrlek carne froth the bride and she gasped Melee korze 1st erloschen My taper Iis extinguished and sank unconscious into the arms of the bridegroom Immediately all attention was turned to the condition of the bride Several attempts were made to revive the poor girl but In vain The bride In her chaplet and veil died at the al tar rails The superstition of the vil logos of the plain is that if a lighted taper becomes extinguished on either side of the altar the person standing on that side of the altar where the light went out will suffer a dire calamity London News CnllliiK People tci Church When I was examining the church bells of the East Riding of Yorkshire some years ago I came to a little place called Iordon on the wolds between Malton und Rrldllngton It wits a very primitive place quite cut ort from the world the few Inhabitants hardly knowing the road over the hilltop to dllUlillutlcchurch Is built near the brow of tho hill It has no tower bell turret or bell cot On Inquiry I found that it had no bell The parson came over on horseback now and then from a neighboring parish tied up his horse outside the church opened the door put on his surplice and then walked to the top of tho hill and cracked his whip several urns and then vc knnws as Its time ti gang tl chotch said my Informant on the spot London Notes nod Queries TO CURL A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IUIOMO Quinine Tablets DrueelstN refund money If It halls to euro fIW aROVES signature Is on one hbax 25e From Air Singleton Editor News Sirl like Judge Moorman plan tor good roads He wants good roads for the people to go to churcn in the winter as well as in the summer Judge Moorman loves the people of Breokenndge county and wants to help them Every man ought to help to have good reads As I have lived in Breckenridge county fourteen years I think I know something about the condition of tbo roads there Henjumino F Singleton Advville Ky A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good I have been aillicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating painsajsA H Thurnes a well Known coal operator of Buffalo U I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Foleys K nine C tire then the result was surprising A tew doses started the brickdust like sub stance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has done me 1000 worth of good Foloys Kidney Cure will cure every form of kidney or bladder disease A R Fisher Commonwealth vs George Douglass colored of Owensboro charged wltn robbing Wilsons store was tried by a jury and acquitted after which he was taken to Cloverport by the Sheriff to answer the charge of baring broken into the store ot Frank Fraizo and robbed it It is believed that Douglas is a hardened criminal and is wanted in Nashville for murderClarion Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlarge ment of prostrate gland This is both palnfnll and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Ir regularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Bnrnett ojook Port Mo write I suffered with enlarged protnto gland and Sidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kindey Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 01 years 0111toA R Fisher All Cannelton was startled about 4 p m last Snnday when the news was IbrotherI city Telephone c i W H BOWMBR President A B SKILLMAN Cashier- F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident CHAS B SKILLMAN AsstCashier The Old Reli- ableBreckinridge Bank Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Deposits S20600000 j Insured in every way and Protected by the very latest Equipment Interest paid on time deposits I great and small solicited IIBusinessa NONNNw NNO + Ne0NNNOr- YY i Bankof Hardinsburg Surplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 OFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAtt COMMON Assistant Cashier t DIRECTORS o Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary t paid on time deposits 1 NNNNNNN NO NNNNNNN NNONINNNN N m NM N es3First State Bank IRVINGTON KY VietPreldeniII i IIInterest Paid on Time Deposits I eoecc e eeeeocoI I + THE i I Fifth Avenue f I HOTELLouisville 15 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ij J7 + f- The roost centrally located erd only V- flrstclHSS j hotel In the city miking a I JjjOnlyshopping district end two blocks from j9 the principal theatres IStreet cars pass the door to all parts Of the cltVIEverything neat andiclean X I 100Figuresau acre You would do it OnIfyou can buy the 100 land for 10 some where else the proposition is just as good FarmsYou can buy it in the SouthwestIWhy shouldnt you do it 1 It you wish to Know more about It write for copies of our Texas and Oklahoma books They are free A HILTON General Passenger Agen 951 Frisco Bldg St Louis Mop I I J 1BARGAIN RATESTO CaliforniaAND NS NORTHWEST Tickets on sale daily until April 7 1900 Use free reclining chair cars or pay moderate sum for berth in Pullman tourist sleeper Take your choice of two good routei via El Paso Short Line or through Scenic Col orado Our Tourist folder will be of interest Ask also for illus trated California Book in Colors when writing for exact rates from your home town ICEO H LEE H1I MOURE Agt1Little M 4- 11 1It iI Jot r4r t7tfor J 7j o ay tt i w BRECKENRIDGE NEWS NO D end V Q BABBAQE Editor and Proprleton Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 1OOa year or 126 If paid at the end of year GAUDS OP THANKS over OTO lines charge or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 ante per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It IIs trot correct ulease notify us n When ordering n change In the adores subscribers should give their old as well as the new address TWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY April 11 1000 ANNOUNCEMENT For Congress Wo are authorized to announce the IION DEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as o candidate for Congress In the Fourth Con subjev to the action ol shoosIDemocraticonal party And the granl old circus will sops be here Cloverport is all right when it comes to sunsets Ever try selling anything in our Want Column It is the easiest way yet If you know anything bad about Cloverport you should help to make it good We are really anxious to know wheth er that Madifionville road will ever be built or not If the sun continues to shine Nobe Pate will surely loom up with his picnic bills It is a certainity that Cloverport ladles will have no trouble in getting their Easter bonnets That Fast Journal iis a good little paper is what a man told us the other day Read our otter If you look out the door and see a herd of cows on your cleanly swept pavement dont run them off they have a right to be there And here we are again telling you of our liberal otter of giving the Tows a year and the Farm Jomnal five years all for a dollar We are the loser but the offer is coats Have you used Itt Neighbor said the man on the black horse who lives down at the bottom of tho hill there That road is piked Why sir replied the man on the gray hnise the Road Supervisor lives down there That explains the good road then said the man astride the blank horse The live merchants the merchants who do not complain of hard times are the advertising merchants They have realized the tact that in tIlls advance day for a man to try to hold his own in business without advertising is a poor policy by which to be governed They have learned that every year they must spend lot of the profits in advertising The time has come when the people look to the advertisments as their buying guide and trade with the nan who advertises The more fine horses Breokenridge county produces the better county it will be The thing for our farmers to do is to quit this breeding of plugs and breed tine horses altogether We have it in our making and can do it in another generation to make Break enridge famous for fine horses Pro gress in this direction is being made every year more thorough breds are being bred ovary season At this season of the year it is a good time for every stock man to look to the breeding of thoroughbreds and not plugs Last Saturday a crowd of sober busy buying men and women were in town Nearly all had bundles under their arms to carry home The town was not full of drunken cursing men as it would have been should saloons have been here and invited such characters into the oityZ There is no pos sible trade benefit in a saloon The drinking man does not pay your drafts r- rl tjiJJ4IfII1 J jI 0 rdjw II nor pay your rent It is the sober man the merchant makes money out of Not mentioning the moral side of the question whatever nor any of the saloons crimps for an argument against whiskey just the fact that wniSKey will rule Clover ports busi ness btandiog is argument enough for us never to invite another saloon into oar borders Hordinsbnrg has a stole law Clo vei port has not No cows are permit ted to run at large on the streets of Hardmsbnrg a town smaller by over one thousand inhabitants than Clover port Cloverport takes occasion to boast of her progress her electric lights her tile and brick plants ma chine snaps and progressive citizen ship but should we boast Should we boast when we have not removed the first sign of slovenness from our city Should we boast whnn a small townten miles away takes pace add clears us in the finish even when we have the inside track The honorable Council of the City of Cloverport has it in its power to wipe the citys skirts of this I disgrace by the inserting of cne word in the stock ordinance that is now on the citys book These six gentlemen will surely not go blind to such a matter that is of so vast Importance to the pro gressiveness of the town over which they have control Surely they will at their next meeting spare Cloverport of this hideous foolish unprogressive mat ter of permitting cows to disgrace our town From Mr Carlton Lowell Wyo March 27 Mr John D Babbage Clorverport Ky De- arSirI will give you a short descrip tion of my trip out here and one of countryMy and his wife of Hardin county and my wife and daughter Lydia left Louisville March 20 and had a very pleasant trip to Kansas City Mo there my brother and wife stopped to vieit relatives At Alliance NeK we changfd our time to one hour back A few miles from this place our train was wrecked but we received noinjuriesOn we saw Indian coyotes and Parnare dogs Sand hills for miles and miles lay before us In Big Horn Basis is fine farming country Here 1 met my brother whom I had not seen in sixteen years the meeting was a happy one- Every thing looks strange to me I can sox snowcapped mountains on every side The weather is fine and roads are dry and nice Most of the houses tie built ot logs and covered with dirt Few of them are nice The people are very sociable Tbe rich and poor are all aline We used to put our hay in the barn in Kentucky here we put it on top of the barn Few rains are had here Tommie Hainedof Missouri is visit- Ing here While driving the other day he saw a five hnndrea acre wheat field produced forty bnshels to the aura This will doubtless be a fine country in a few years The railroad has already been extended to here lvery thing is on a boom H J Carlton Old Mull Hnntlngbaig Ind March 10 Editor News Will you please thank your Union Star correspondent for sym patsy in our late predicament For that was sure a trying ordeal to have It decline an invitation to a wedding like that- Now that large corn stalk your cor ruspondont saw two won cutting down Isnt it possibly bo has got corn stalks and those large hicKory trees mixed up but pshaw tbats nothing if it was a cornstalk Corn grew so fine in Dubos county last year you couldnt find the nubbins with a field glass Potatoes Gee wnizlI Theygrow so large the natives out them open cut out the insides then sew them up and sell thorn for fuot ballsMosquitoes I Great Scots The farmers wear boxing gloves all summer and the mosquitoes would have no show at them Bed bugs By the eternal Carrie Nations They grow so large get so important that they are actually run ing for Congress Now Mr Editor if you think it necessary we will send a delegation of fleas over to Kentucky to adjourn the LegislatureIf at Union Star has another dream soon send us a wireless at once Old Mull Mrs Geo Jordon proprietress of the St Georgo Hotel was at Concor dia a few days last week the guest of relatives Mr fcdward Bowne was landlord of the hotel during Mrs Jordans absence A drummer said that Mr Bowne made equally as good a COOK as ho did a manager Clint Murray was in the city Saturday I JIIJJ l 1L r iifi CITY VS COUNTRY The Washington Post has fallen into the bad habit set by other metropoli tan newspapers and is just now engaged in reprinting extracts trom country papers This is done for the purpo e of having fun with the country editors by copying what the metropolitan journalist too often looks upon as n smple of country journalism The Washington post should be above that sort of thing We venture the assertion that the daily newspapers nrlnt more of what they are pleased to call rot than the country papers do If a country paper devotes six or eight items to one family he city journalist copies it with great glee and ohuckels over the humor of it all And yet the metropolitan papers recently printed mere insufferable rot about one or two particular families than a hon dred country newspapers could possibly print in a year The metropolitan papers take them selves too seriously They eeem to inclined to the belief that they are it when the fact of the matter is they wield comparatively little influence as compared with the country weeklies And they are by no means free from the faults they so joyfully point out in their country contemporaries Only a few days ago the Washington Post said The program opened with a greeting song by the whole vocal class followed by a selection by apart of0the class called The Little Bird Tells Wo refuse to believe that any part of the vocal class was called the little bird tells The city journalist should remove the beam in his own eye before pont Ing out the beam in the country jour nalists eye Bryans Commoner A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILLS Itching mind Bleeding Protruding Pllrs Drug ltlstll are authorized to refund money n- ftCt OINTMENT fails to core In 8 toll days SOc J B Perkins was at home Sunday from Versailles where he is an engineer on the Louisville Atlantic K H The private car in which the president of the Louisville Atlantic R R and R N Hudson the General Manager were making on inspection tour of the road last week wee wrecked but none of the occupants of the cur sustained serious injury Common Sense find Know How Millions of people send for the doo tor or get out the medicine chest when there is nothing the matter with them that a little common sense and know how would not cute Everybody who isnot fueling well should get that most valuable of commonsense works tne Biggle Heath Book There are a total of 40 chapters in the book treat ing of every ailment from bad colds to old age valuable cnapters on nurs ing sanitation poisons and antidotes first aid to the injured etc Beautiful printed and free illustrated and the price is 50 cents free by mail ad dress Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadel phia MYSTIC Born to Mr and Mrs S W Bane April 2 a boy Frank Macy has returned from West Virginia and spent a week at home and now has gone to Mat toon 11- 1Mrs Beauchamp who has been on the sick list is able to be out againMrs Tom Robertson is on the sick list Mrs Jake Cart and l aby have been reported better Mr and Mrs B H Bcauchamp and daughter Myrtle were the guests of Mrs Pearl Burton Sun day evening The farmers are busy sewing oats in this vicinity Miss Lena Adkisson entertained quite a crowd at her homo Satur day evening Dudley Nothing will relieve indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol Dys jepsia Cure digests what you eat and allows the stomach to restrecuper ategrow strong again A few doses of Kodot after meals will soon restore the stomach and digestive organs to a full performance of their functions naturally Sold by all druggists Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain of iivington were in the city Sunday the guests of iho Misses Plank Miss Essie Bohlers picture was in the Courier Journal of Saturday John A Murray was at home from Louisville Sunday The following pupils of the Irvington Private School having attained an average of ninety or over in each sub ject are entitled to a place on the honor roll for March Walter Piggott Clarenca Jolly Robert Lyons Morris McCoy Eliza Piggott Katherine Wimp Lewis Herndon Mary Heron Margaret Jolly lill I diM iiW1 t1ftUitl i Engraving by BushKrebs Co Louisville Herbert M Beard who has an interesting announcement t stock men on page 2- IRVINGTON CLUB NOTES Irvington Ky April 10The Afternoon Club held its weekly meeting at the Lindens Friday April 7 The subject under dis 9ussion being the pronunication of words which led to the discovery that there was quite a diversity of opinion qven in such words as are in common use Those participating in the meet ing were Revs Roo and Graves Miss Marshall and Mrs Pig Qtt The reading of the seventh chapter of Hypatia by the entire assembly was a most enjoyable feature of the afternoon work As a club we extend a cordia 1 invitation to all who are interests in Higher Life to come and bo with us in our weekly meetings Come be with us help and be helped realizing with Beecher that in this world it is not what we take up but what we give up that makes us IichIThe work for Friday afternoon April 14 will be n continuation o the study of Hypatia under the efficient leadership of Mrs Pig gott beginning withchapter 9 and continuing through chapter 12 REPORT It affords me great pleasure to make a report of the work don o bp the Irvington auxiliary of th Foreign Missionary Society for the year ending March 1 Our membership the past year has not increased to any great ex tent yet we are pleased to note a few additions to our ranks The financial report iis gratifying showing everything paid up in full viz dues for membership conference expense minutes an- pledgemaking d a total of 5515 The Juvenile Society also paid in full 2105 which makes a total of 7680 contributed to the work from this church Three life members were made one adult Mrs Mary E Coleman t tho first President of this Society and the oldest missionary worke- among us and two juveniles from the Busy Bees in tho persons of little Miss Mary Smith an d Margaret Jolly a bright little to of eight summers The latter was made by a member of the adu- lSocietyin memory of a dear child who has entered into that Life more abundant As we review our past years work we find many things that might have been done but wo may profit by this rerospect an tho fact that wo have a part in this great work More andmore do we realize that all wo are and all we have belongs to our Redeemer and must be used for hi honor and glory The missionary spirit is growing and that fact is an inspiration for wo know God- blessing is upon the work and that brings pence and joy to our hearts By order of the President Recording Secretary CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho 4Signature of lf S HARDINS BURG W S Beard after a visit of several weeks to his parents Mr and Mrs G Beard has returned to his home in LouisvillePaul was in Louisville several days of last week on a business tripMrs David R Murray is In Lou- Isville visiting friends Miss Rhodes of Iowa is viSIting her aunt Mrs Margaret May Miss Anna Gains of Fordsville Is the guest of Mrs Sallie Beard Dr W A Walker has moved his otlice into the rooms over the Farmers BankAnthur Goodman was at Hartford n few days of last week on a business trip Mis Nannie Waihon ot Irvington was here a few days of last week visit ing Jenning Baker who has been seriously ill with pneumonia is con valescent Dr E F Day returned home Monday from Franklin where he was the gnest of friends Mr and Mrs U V Robertson were in Louisville several days of last week IBEWLEYVILLE Dr P YoFoote and family visited Mr and Mrs Cot of near Guston Sunday Miss Margaret B Jolly who has been sick for sometime is able to reenter s hoolIMiss Gertie Stithof near Gus ton visited Miss Clara Jordan last week IMrs Hettie McCauso died last Monday consumption Mrs Elonso Bennett will visit her sister this week Mrs T Anderson andchild Mrs Z T Stith last weeko Miss Bevio Cain is visiting Miss Minnie Walker Miss Katie Harnday camp out from Irvington Saturday to visit her mother Miss Lillie McCoy is visiting BasinfSprings Junnus Foote visited in Meade county Sunday Several from here attended the funeralof little Nina BroWn at Buck Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs T W Anderson will leave for Louisville Friday toothe street railway company Misses Sallie Anderson and Annie Compton and Mr Charlie McCoy dined with Miss Anna Meyer of near Big Spring Sunday Taken at III Word When Hossettl was a student of art he one day happened to go with some fellow students to the east end of Lon don Thore at a vlmrfsldo Inn he saw an Immense canvas on the barroom wall After laughing at It for some time and thus provoking the innkeep ers wrath the following conversation took place Where did you get that picture Oh never mind young man where I got it- What I price do you sot on It More than you can afford howrmuch Three thousand pounds replied the luukcopcrAt ofdyou give you for your 3000 picture innkeepertThree pounds said Hossettl Done said the Innkeeper promptly And to his amazement and amusement Mr Rossetti found himself the owner of the colossal daub lie a Mclitnlnff Calculator ImportantIof tho fundamental rules of arithmetic dIn huge accounting departments men tal arithmetic Is often used to n very largo extent and the one who cannot perform this task without resorting to figuring the long way on paper has but a small chance of gaining a posi littleslesson In lightning multiplication Sup posing you want to multiply 53 by 84 First multiply units by units thus cars ry L Multiply tens by units and units by tens adding the 1 to carry to the first product then add the two prod ucts together thus 4x5 are 20 and 1 to carry 21 and 8 x 3 are 21 and 21 and 24 are 45 set down the 5 and carry 4 Now multiply the tens together milS add the 4 you hud to carry thus 8x0 are 40 and 4 makes 44 Set this mount down In the answer and you will have the correct result4452 The big boiler at the Miller plant were being filled yesterday preparitive to raising steam The plant will doubtess be In operation in a few days u i IRVINQTON Mr and Mrs A B Coleman sire with their daughter Mrs Will Cain IB Louisville for a few days Our prices on clothing stioefl and bats are unsurpassed Finest assort ment of style and qualities Come if you want a bargain Jolly Gardner Co C L Chamberlain spent Thursday in Louisville on business You are invited to call and seamy Iline of special sailor hatsMrslomp McCoyMiss Ethel Brown of Parldiseis the guest of Mr and Mrs W E BrownIAre you going to paint or recarpot ir1 if so it will pay to go to Jolly Gardner Co and get prices before buying Go to Jolly Gardner Co for clocks watches sewing machines furniture clover and garden seeds queen ware hardware stoves tinware groceries dry goods paints harness saddles etc their prices will snpfise you Miss Annie Childs of Unston ex peots to have her opening of spring hats Wednesday in the store occujwsd by Mr Bud Neafns You should call and see her before you buy your Eaater hatGo to Jolly Gardner Co for the celebrated II Ames buggies Nice assortment The best on the market Baggy and harness for 5000 all fully warrantedMiss Joe Mattingly of Mc Daniels was the gnest of Miss Mary Cornwall for several days last week What is the matter with your horse cow or chickens If anything BO to Jolly Gardner Co and get Dr Hesss Stock Food The latest creation in Easter millin ery can be found at Mrs Pomp Mc CoysThe latest most stylish elfecs In lace and straw hats at Mrs Pomp Mo Coys =My hat trimmer from Louisville has arrived and am ready to execute order tor hats with least uosslble delay=Mrs Pomp McCoy Mrs Bert Cunningham accompanied I by her grand children left Sunday for Lhenault Ind to be gone for some timeEdwin Jolly came home Saturday from his school at Beechmont to spent several days with his parents H A Vernon of Louisville preacl J2BundayonA Paul Bjgby Mrs C L Chamberlain spent Sun day in Cloverport the guest of the Misses Plank Mrs F C Redman and children spent several days here last week the guests of friends Will Pennickot Ouster was in town the first of the week the guest of his brother 1Gwere in Stephensport Friday on bnsi1 nessLadies call and see the beautiful hats at Mrs Pomp McCoys before EasterThe Ladies Aid of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs G T Marshall on Tuesday April 17all of the mem bers are requested to come Mae Nannie Wathen was in Harding burg last weex on business Mr arid MrsEdgar Lewis and babj returnee to their home at Brndfords ville alter spending a few days witl his mother Mrs Lewis at Basin SpringsVictor Pile ot Louisvlllespent SonIday here the guest of his friends Taylor Dowoll attended court a Bardmsbnig this weekIL H Jolly was in Louisvillle Kwj day and Tuesday on business i D Stewart Miller Jr went Owensboro Saturday night DEATH AT- HARDINSBUR Hardinsburg Ky April 1OM- Allie Bowmer widow of the late B art Bowmerdled at her home hero 3 day night after an illness of a wee Tho funeral occurred Tuesday morJ ing from the residence The Re Isaiah Cline conducted the Bervlffi lt Notice will appear next week COW BELLS DONT CLATTERAT DEAR OLD HAROINSBURI iitownT ib the running at large of all kind stock and the ordinance is strictly forced by the marshal ii I n fft t I t r re I + tli1 t its 4- ug BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Ile- Ier son Is 1J4- p MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL n 1906 PART TWO r c theANEW GOULD BABY ass go J RACE SUICIDE IN FAMILY OF get GRBA T FIXAXCIER AND RAIL i ROAD MAGXATE for andlesHnppydsref IY1tYerySlmple ss iThe Goulds have been married 20 isears It Waa In 1886 when the old t ion of Jay Gould then almost us un liwn and indeterminate a factor in ex aceIrf either of his two brothers lag ward and Frank is at present pro tidi tfrtrtown with a momentary sen KingaAugustinteris regarded as Ideal in all respects andtheOfawlonally was assured Her herlee uL = I n MRS GEORGE J GOULD trnAMOTHER Of SEVEN T anhisone to II wealthiest men of tho day Per 11 IIe BiBio sand mentally dowered American l fatdO31 Is a hackneyed and greatly- sed word but it is the only one ouBit aptly and satisfactorily describes Oife and companionship of the rcbQldsln tho two debades that have railpled since they stood at tho altar1 Is preeminently a domes ml woman Her homo and her stnl trt boys and handsome sprightly srls are her first consideration in ns mon with her husband Regardless of their great wealth lblGoulds live their lives simply Mrs uld has artistic tastes developed and itl tUvat dalong rational lines and she indulges to tho top of her inBnti Mr Gould is in fullest sympa fcwlth her inclinations in this dl Ktlon and shares them with her Inobably there are nowhere persons of air means who are lessIn the public rots than tho Goulds Mrs Goulda res little for society as most per ns accept tho term but is found of the congenial men and teraintng compose their set THE INCUBATOR BABY Womenoryof How Two Struggled for Ita Possession The tiny little infant who reposed the incubator at the St Louis Fair sI since tho close of that exposition tracted moro attention than it did trlng the entire tlmo that It was the ject bf interest of tho sightseers At too close of tho Exposition two men nought possession of the child M claiming it to be her own Each uked a writ giving her the custody the child through decrees of dlfforJ iV Courts but Mrs Bleakley who had fleet been awarded the care of tho tent through tho of the lawI iJrtolfne Illinois tIt the law Into I 4pwn hands court at LawUV ace Kansas decided against her vfjfirdlng to his own story Senator 4I D Smith of Kinsley played an jportant role in the case when the other of the Incubator baby re irtly disappeared suddenly with tho by from Lawrence I When Mrs Bfeakloy left tho court iom at Lawrence after tho decision alnst her ho stated and returned her mothers houso she was nearly I antic In more desperation sho d from the back door and sought fuco a a college fraternity house wWif and begged tho boys to help 1 r Jfwas then nearly 6 oclock andII 10 parents of one oC tho boys a red aded frat youngster were expect tobo on Santa Fe train No G en ute to Kansas City and this boy- d hack In readiness to drive hIm a The boys Promptly raised J puree of to gel some clotheg for Mrs Bleakeley and tike baby bundled her into the hack and took her to the Santa Fe train They WEro compelled to wait a few minutes and while they sat in the hack Judge Smart who had awarded the baby to the other woman passed it on his way to the Ottawa trainWhen the train came in Mrs Bleak ley was placed on the Pullman with out attracting any attention and put in charge of the frat boys parents The parents were simply ordered to see Mrs Bleakeley through Kansas Cit safely and like good modern parent- they obeyed The difficulty lay in the Union depo- at Kansas City where It was expecte- a detention telegram would bo await- Ing them The Sheriff of one of the largest counties in Illinois J H Ray Wills county was on the train a man as big in proportion as his own county big of body and big of heart Ho made the acquaintance of the father of the frat boy and in his dilemma tho lat r rI BRIGHT CHILDREN ter submitted tho matter U Urn of how get Mrs Bleakeley and the baby across from the Santa Fa to the Rock train which might be late withI out observation The Sheriff prompt wasImain In tho Pullman drawing room while In Kansas City and go through- to the Sheriffs home town where ho would put her on the train for Moline As a precaution the Sheriff added Mrs in front of the name on a bench warrant with which ho had been on a fruitless errand to Colorado and placed Mrs Bleakeley under arrest technically at least CityIbought a nursing bottle and hot milk and other necessaries for the baby which had been left behind in the hurry of departure while tho Sheriff stood guard at the door of the drawI Ing room a massive and satisfying proI tectorINo ono appeared and tho woman and baby went on without hindrance She stopped one night at tho Sheriffs home cared for by his wife and on Saturday was In Molino under the protection of that courts decree The whole thing was ludicrously simple and yet was woven of some cu rious coincidences each helping to carry through tho escape and each play- Ing Its unpremeditated but important part in the final success The redheaded college fraternity boy was Eustice Smith son of Senator Smith Eacle Quill for Statehood Bill President Roosevelt will sign the Statehood bill with a pen made from a quill plucked from an Oklahoma eagles wingWhen Charles Hunter the newly ape pointed clerk of the district court at Oklahoma was In Washington some days ago the President promised to give him the pen which ho would use In signing the Statehood bill Mr Hunter went home and had a pen made from an eagles quill A Great Hunter His brand new gun was hammerlMW His powder too was what Is known as smokeless and we t ws That he had hitless shot Tho canals which form a network throughout a greater part of China abound in fish Tho ricefields which aro supplied with water from these canals make ideal hatching places for the eggs and for the young fry dur ing their early existence The largest of telescopes Is tho 36 Inch equatorial called the UniverseI Discoverer at tho Lick Observatory onI Mount Hamilton a 4000foot peak of the Monte Diablo range JI1 California r7 i RODE TO THEIR DEATH t HEROIC CHARGE OF TWO CUP EXXE 1XDIAXS AGAINST FIVE TROOPS OF CAVALRY A Tragic Romance of the Tepee Repetition of the Days of Chivalry Flesh and Blood Against a Hall of Leaden Bullets DY W K WOOSTXR BIpsHorn Mountains and forty miles south from the Yellowstone River in south feardCheyenne few decades ago they ranged the great plains following the buffalo but are now attached to the Tongue River AgencyThe men aro tall wellbuilt brave and their women are proverbially chaste With the disappearance of the game and the decadence of intertribal warring tho young braves have had little or no opportunity to show their prowessIn summer of 1890 two young men Head Chief and Young Mule who had failed to find favor with the maidens of their choice took to the warpath to win distinction and wives A moon and tho disappointed lovers wearing their eagle feathers red Upped as warriors do were again at homeRumors oC their return soon reached their Agent who recalled that a white herder living near the reservation had been missing from his home for nearly a monthThe of a Sheep Herder The returned braves were question ed They openly admitted going on the warpath and killing the herder A detachment of the two troops of cavalry stationed at the Agency assisted by soho Northern Cheyennes made search for the body It was found on the evening of September 9 and had been scalped Fearing trouble three additional troops were hurriedly sent from Fort Keogh Montana and tho Agent called s council of the chiefs and headmen demanding that they arrest and deliver the murderers Two Moons the war chief battle scarred and old pleaded for the young braves offering a ransom if thirty ponies for the dead herder This was declined Chief Amelcan Horse then arose and said his warriors would fight if the soldiers attempted to take the young braves alive and that their final message was Select tho place of meeting and wo will come and die in your sight fight ing the soldiersIThe council was dismissed and the Indians returned in tho evening to their lodges in the hills south of the gencytTwilight fell Soon a flaming arrow blazed like a rocket in the southern sky And far to the north signal fires were seenGathering of the WarriorssAll night armed warriors hideously painted hurried to the circle of hills commanding the Agency while lights burned late in the valley below where the agency officers were consulting In the crimson dawn watching war riors saw a mounted Indian police leave the Agency and tako his way southward along the misty mountain trail It was the decision for peace or for war As the first rays of the sun gilded tho Indians tepees he drew rein and dismounted at the lodge of American Horse Tho challenge of tho two braves to fight the soldiers had been acceptedto tight at the Agency at set of sun Directly runners were off to inter cept the fleeing squaws and children Tho warriors clamored for a fight with the troops but the chief refused The council ho said had spoken with straight not crooked tongues Slowly the chill September morning warmed to amythest afternoon An eagle wheeled high above tho hills which formed an ampltheatre In the center or arena were the Agency buildings and the troops As the shadows crept out In the valley the spectatorswarriors old and young and squaws with papooses and children began taking their places on tho circle of hills They would see tho fight With Hearts of Iron Forth from their refuge In the Wolf Mountains rode Head Chief and Young Mule painted and armed for war Unguarded they rode Still was there time to escape but the pride of their race held them They went on Five miles to the north lay thopeace Iful valley and tho arena with its massed five hundred guns The trail wound in and out among the hills Leaves were falling and here and there were bright red splotches of foIl age Overhead they noticed a flock of birds winging southward They thought of the maidens they loved of the warpath of tho feathers tipped with blood and their faces darkened Silently they held their way northward Soon was reached tho crest of a high spur They turned their ponies to tho west and drew rein The sun was almost down For an Instant they gazed then pointed to tho earth and raised their arms in supplication to the Great SpIritwheeling they headed east at a gallop Presently they pass some warriors who promptly signal their approach to the waiting Indian spectators Now they gallop to the very crest of a high hill perhaps five hundred yards west of the Agency buildings There they stop in full view of the soldiers A bugle sounds The 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bowels causing them to perform their natural functions as la youth and- IMPARTING VIGOR rtothe kidneys bladder and LIVER They are adapted to old and young f Dressmaking done at Frank Polks Mrs Eugene Haynes was in Louis ivllle last week Stylish line of millinery for Easter VFrank Ss Polk J W HalHday of Tar Springs ls 111 wltn fever i Fine line of pattern hats Mrs JM fVCordrey nee Judith Miller 1 Horace Tucker was In Louisville I ykundav to see his mother Stylish hlgh back sailor hats at Frank Polks millinery shoprM Fine clothing at low pricesShapin sky Bros D H Severs has been at home tor i several da s JIPrices cheaper than the cheapest 1 Shapinsky Bros Smart line ladies notions at Frank Polks millinery shop Mrs Wickiffe DeHaven has return ed from a visit to relatives in Texas Look at Shapimky Bros swell line of shoes s r Miss Ree Willis has returned from ta visit to Mr and Mrs J R Randal diin Louisville Hats in all shapes and shadesstylish N individual designs Mrs J M 1 Cordrey nee Judith Miller n The Misses Rosenblat of Hawesville were the guests of Mies Maude Polk flast week H Duck pants 45c Sbapmeky Bros I Prepared to show our complete spring line of Gage bats this week franc Polk Camlet pants 45c Shapinsky Bros Y rd Mr and Mrs J J Dyer went to Philpot Monday to visit Dr and Mrs B Harris J r- r s 1Mr Walker Board who has been ill l for several weeks shows little Improve ment Nat Tucker was in Louisville Sun day to see his wife who is at Nortons Infirmiry lr if Miss Amanda Deanof Glendeone is l the guest of Mr and Mrs C W Moor I ImanIi Mullane Keisker ot Louisville was i the guest of Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Sunday r ConsumptIOn 2t 2j t Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con- sumptionw Eat plenty oft porkwas the advice to the JL consumptive SO and 100 years ago KtSa1 t pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most l T ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy dige ion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypbphos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs t A sample will beI sent free upon request Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NISoc and i1 all druggists n Low grade flour 40 cents sack Julian Brown Mr and Mrs Jacob Hanks were in tbe city from Holt Sunday Bear Brand fertilizer 100 hundred pounds Julian Brown Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson went to Louisville Sunday Remember I can carry the Royal Blue shoe lineJulian Brown Earl Clark was in the city Tuesday Walter Bakers chocolate 35 tents lb Julian Brown Fonzo Kingsbury WAS home last week from the cement works West Point Lenox Soap seven bars for 25 cents Julian Erown Easter dyes 51 cents per package Juhan Brown Miss Nina Weatherholt has returned to Toblnsport Malta double shovels 160 to 2 each Juian Brown Mr Joe Porter returned from Lou isville Saturday evening Clarks thread 4 cents per spool Julian Brown The W U T U metlMonday night at the Methodist church Tumblers 12 cents per set Julian BrownThe Commercial Club met last Tues day night 2 MIss EhzatbtJth Jarboo was in Louisville last week Judge J H Wills has been in Hard insbnrg this week Second grade flour 63 cents sack Jnlltm Brown Mrs W H Bowmer attended the funeral of Mrs Allie Bowmer at Hardinsburg Monday Best patent flour 58 cents a sack Julian Brown Minor Stephens was In the city from Holt Monday We invite you to see par styish lingo and extensive line ot otner fine makes Frank Polk Miss Louise Keisker has returned to Louisville after a weeks visit to Miss Louise Babbage French sailors and the latests effects in straw hatsMrs J M Cordrey nee Judith Miller Dr F M Smith sold his horse to R Rusb of near town on Monday for f87 Mr and Mrs Wallace Skillman have returned from Terra Haute Ind to reside here Miss uncetta Miller has a position In the Bank ot Cloverport as stenogra pher and typist Prepared to do all kinds of dress making Work completed in short time after order is received Frank Polk Col U M McQlothlan of West Point was in the city Saturday the guest ot Mr and Mrs James Younger Rev Frank M Thomas of Owens bor will deliver a temperance lea ture at Oelzes hall TbnrEday night Mr Forrest Haynes of Owensboro was in tbe dry Sunday afternoon the guest of his brother Mr Eugene Haynes The Rev Benton of Louisvillle will nold services at the residence of Mrs J U Harris this morning and this evening at 780 If yon want to be cured ot catarrh get a Hyomei outfit from Short Haynes price 1 Money back if it fails to cure- Twentythree head of Kentucky saddle horses were sold recently in New York for 18080 One of them alone brought 1400 Miss Elizabeth Lamb led the Epworth League services Sunday evening The services will be led next Sunday by Mrs James Younger Capt Sawyer made his first trial trip on the new boat which he has just constructed The boat is up to Capt Sawyers good standard Our dreesmaking department fills orders on very short notice Your work is solicited and satisfaction as guaranteed Fiank Pol r Come in and see our line of cloth ing anti shoes We sell regular JfpOO for 360 Yon will be euprisfd ut the genuine values to be had at this store for so little money Give us a trial purchase We are sure you will be satisfied with the trade Shapinsky Drop MrJnhan Brown has planted a number of fine shade trees in front of his store property on Main street which will add much to tho appearancoof the sight Up the jamo street a square Mrs Ueorge Jordan has set out trees around her corner lot In a few years the location will have plenty of shade and beauty at which will add much to the value of the property It costs but very little to plant trees and It seems that every lot holder along the towns Main street at least should help to beautify the place by this means as well as to add to the comfort of the manv toilers who are compelled to hike up and down this barren thoroughfare three times a day and mpre when Old Sol is doing his best to melt the earth IA Positive CATARRHCURE I Elys Cream Balm UI quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseasmemb- rane It cures Ca tarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size 50 els at Drug gists or by mail Trial Size 10 cts by snail ElyBrothers 60 Warren Street New York How to Doll Wnter- To boll water would seem to be a- very simple thins and yet the late Charles Delmonlco used to say that very few people knew bow to do It The secret is he said in putting good fresh water into a clean kettle al ready quite warm and setting the wa ter to boiling quickly and then taking it right off for use In tea coffee or other drinks before it Is spoiled To let It steam and simmer and evaporate un til the good water is In the atmosphere and the lime and Iron and dregs only left In the kettle is what makes a great mommy people sick and it is worse than no water at all For water boiled like this and flavored with a few drops of lemon juice Mr Delraonlco used to charge as much as for his best liquors and he often recommended it to his customers nnd friends who complained of loss of appetite It is worth trying Good Living The Alternative The doctor had been called to see a pitmans wife On coming down from her room the doctor said to the hus band Well Geordy Im glad to say there Isnt very much wrong with your wife Its a case of too much blood nnd well try an old fashioned remedy Just get a leech at the chemists and put It on her and I believe youll find her better when I call In the morning Next day tho doctor called again and meeting the husband who was a bit ot- a sportsman like many of his kind sold And hows your wife this morn lug Geordy Better I expect Sal man but shes worse replied Geordy Worse exclaimed the doctor But did you do as I told you last night Well not exactly for I couldna get a leech so I put the ferret IP bed wier London Taller Valuable DcHoInte Inland The most valuable desolate Islands In the world are the Llakovs In the Arc tic ocean off the mouth of the Lena In Siberia They are frost bound nnd ut terly barren save for arctic moss but they contain such enormous quantities of fossil Ivory that they are exceeding ly valuable in fact although uninhab ited save for the ivory diggers and of themselves Incapable of supporting life they produce a revenue of 1000 000 a year London Queen A Ilenpralcne Peculiarity A doctor remarks What strikes one most at n Bengal hospital is the lack of sense of proportion In the estimation of diseases A man is gravely perturbed because he has not sneezed for three months but he is comparatively indifferent to the fact that ho exhibits the early signs of leprosy flniitlc Folly Youd never think KJones was from the country would you Ills manner Is perfect and his dress fashionable Yes but he gave himself dead away on the street car today HowGot up nnd gave his seat to a wom an Cleveland Lender Little TnnkM of Life I It Is while you are patiently toiling at the little tasks of life that the meaning and shape of the great whole of lifo dawns upon you It is while you are resisting little temptations that you are growing stronger Phillips Brooks Her Attraction Jim How did you fall In love with her Is she pretty or Is she rich Jack Both shes pretty rich Pitts burg Gazette OA TOnXDear theTie Kind You Have Always Botijjtt Bigntnre Y 41of Louisville in the three months ending April 18 made a record of 14 murders 15 suicides and 38 deaths from accident The ie interment of tIe body of Paul Jones will take place at Ann apolis April 23 Many distinguished naval ofllcors will 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In the County of Hreckenrldge and District aforesaid bankrupt dayyof April judicated bankrupt and that the first meetlm of creditors will be held at the law otllco of J A Dean In Owensboro Kentucky on tho itth utewhich time the said creditors may attend prove their claims upnolnt a trustee ox- other amine the Bankrupt and transactsuch soldIReferee tn Bankruptcy IS HARDLYworth the living unless ones food supplies are pure wholesome I nutritious As Flour is one of our qualityYou ICADICKSI i FLOURL- et us persuade you to try it Wo know you will thank us It is reliable It will give you satisfaction in every respect MAKERS Grandview bid 3Iri rrrKNriJust tell us how much J r lumber you need We x- s have all kinds of J r Framing material iS and choice Poplar and g Walnut is ready for 5 youi1 Thats the thing un ft 1 it able to get so quick x before s Let us have your i t order today t Your House Barn or x j Stable may need re c x It pairs cJt REMEMBER USiSeaton Weatherholt g Cloverport Ky SI Ji itiAililaWt 1A4A44Aiflt44i o occ IF YOU WANT TO BUY SELL OR RENT A 110USE OR FARM Write me I can do it FOR SALE One three room cottage in Cloverport lit acre farm laying one mile and a half from Hardlnsbuig Well improved Oue town lot in Cloverport 100 feet front by 800 feet deep A few slnirea of stock in a corporation paying a divictnd of 0 per cent per all um Will sell or rent a store house iti Hardinsburg V G BABBAGE Atty at Law Office Main St Cloverport Ky The Union prayer and temperance meeting will be held in the Presbyter ian chnrch tonight Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a HalfMflBoo bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle k a Ten Cent package of Groves Hack Root Uver Pill I i r much drainage as they are Irrigation projects In tho Klamath project 136 000 acres or more than halt of the area of the total project Is rich tube land covered by eight or ten feet of water and Is to bo drained and converted Into over a thousand farms0 The topographic branch of the Geo logical Survey of which the Reclama tion Service Is also a branch has al ready run Its lines over many of the great swamp areas of tho eastern states and as soon as the Steenerson L bill becomes a law the Geological Sur I launchIago projects Would Start with a Million Dollars The fund provided by the bill would be small as compared with the Irri gation fundIt would approximate half a million dollars a year and would start oft with about 1000000 the re from the sales for tho fiscal rrceipts1905 being Includedbut on tho hand the cost of drainage would not be so great as that of Irrigation The Importance of this work of wholesale drainage in order to pro vido homes for the Increased popula Minnesota Swamp Land tVhcn Reclaimed Under the New Bill Will be Con cried Into Numerous Small Farms tlon Is scarcely second In Importance to the Irrigation work It means that tens of millions of acres of the most fertile land Imaginable which has lain Idle for ages may be converted from dismal and pestilential swamps and useless bogs unto highly prosper ous homes to become the garden spots of the nation Tho Dutch have reclaimed vast areas In Holland frdm tho encroach ments of tho ocean Thousands of families live and farm below sea level gaining their security by magnificent feats of engineering and persistence They now contemplate tho drainage the Zuyder Zee reclaiming some otI 860000 additional acres of land American drainage In most cases would be far more simple and less expensive it is simply a ques tlon as to whether tho nation will see tho wisdom of setting its hand to this work Another Inland Empire In Florida the everglades aloneal moit solid muck beds would afford an empire of some 7 million acres in New Jersey and Virginia are vast swamps among them the famous Dill mat Swamp In Illinois which Is gen orally regarded as a well settled agricultural state there are 4 million acres of swamp land in Michigan there are nearly G million acres Fertile Iowa has about 2 million acres of swamp land In Minnesota thero are almost L million acres of rich surveyed swamp lands and huge swamp areas not yet Hiirvoyed Arkansas has tremendous swamp areas which could be drained and made habitable and in all there is a swamp area in tho eastern half of the United States which Is equal in ex tent to the great agricultural stator of Indiana Illinois and Iowa with three or four smaller casern status thrown In If the Steenerson bill demonstrates that the government can transform DRAIMNU SWAMP LANDS swamps Into fertile farm land and that tho settler or owner will pay back to the government the relatively small cost of the improvement there seems to bo no reason why this work of creation of value out of worthless waste should not go on Indefinably and provide homes for millions more of rural population The Single Woniuu There is in mans nature a secret in clination and motion toward love of others which If it be not spent upon some one or a few doos naturally spread itself toward many said Lord Bacon three centuries ago The remark might be applied with good rea son to the unmarried women who with in the last half century has become a moving power in the world as such names as Florence Nightengale Susan B Anthony Francis Willard Clara Bar ton Harriet llartlneau Francis Power Cobbe Mary Lyon and Jane Adams to quote but a few will showier t c THE CAMERON ELM FAMOUS TREE OF THE CAPITOL SUBJECT OFt GREAT SEN ATORIAL OKATIOy Don Camerons Eloquence Overcame Demands of Architects and big Elm Blocks the South Entrance to Nations Capitol Ono of tho famous trees of Washing ton is the Cameron elm and a roman tic little story attaches to it The tale is interesting In itself but is peculiarly so In view of the countrys long ruth less and wanton disregard of trees and the apparent present awakening of a recognition of the economic worth of and sentimental devotion to them It should be borne In mind that Wash ington City is an arboretum of his torte trees Most of these aro known as memorial trees because they were planted by distinguished soldiers statesmen and artists now dead The Capitol grounds the National Botanic Garden the White House grounds and tho park of the Department of Agrl Reclaimed Swamp Land I IProdufesAbund ant Crops culture aro literally shaded with his tonic trees Tho Cameron olm stands so close to the south entrance of the Capitol that It nearly blocks tho way and really has nullified tho importance of that passage as a moans of ingress and ogress to and from the Capitol But it is not likely that an ax will ever bo laid to this tree as long as it retains vigor enough to put on green in springWhen the architects and builders wero constructing the marble terrace to tho Capitol this elm was found to bo in tho way of the plans and the work Tho ax was whetted to chop It down But this proceeding was stayed by Senator Don Cameron of Pennsylvania who in the Senate Chamber mado an Impassioned appeal for the life of tho tree Senator Cameron mado ono of the best speeches of his career eulo gized trees In general and the Cap itol olm in particular affectionately recalling tho length of years which this old elm had stood at the south end of the Capitol and the men famous In American annals who had passed and chatted beneath Its branches Ho quoted much poetry that had been In spired by reverence for trees and closed with a splendid recitation of the familiar poem Woodman Spare That Tree Cameron Won the Day The matter took up considerable space in tho Congressional record tho Committee on the Library having tho Capitol Improvements under Its control canvassed the question and the treo was allowed to stand despite tho fact that It would block for all the days of its life one of the great marble approaches to the Capitol- A large mound of earth Is heaped around the roots of the big elm and this Is kept carefully sodded that the trees health may bo conserved Not long ago it became necessary to saw off a large limb and at tho point of amputation paint cement and tin havo been applied that the tree may not suf fer from the surgery Tho savior of this tree was a big man In tho counsels of tho nation and of tho Republican party Though gen erally known simply as Don Cam eron his name was James Donald Cam eron Ho was the son of Simon Cam eron Lincolns secretary of War when the war of 1861 broke out and who was a Senator from Pennsylvania for four terms Ho resigned in 1877 and was succeeded by his son Don who was born at Middletown Pa May 14 1833 and had never served in any legislative body up to the time of his election to the Senate but he had had enough experience In worldly affairs having been prominent In banking and railroad circles Don Cameron was for a short time Secretary of War In Grants Cab- Inet that changing Cabinet in which so many famous men were called to serve In that Cabinet wore Ellja B Washburn Hamilton Fish George S Boutwell Wm A Richardson Benja min H Bristow Lot M Morrlll John A Rawlins Wm W Belknap Al phonzo Taft Adolph E Boric George M Robeson John A J Creswell James W Marshall Marshall Jewell James N Tyner E Rockwood Hoar Amos T Akerman George H Williams Ed ward Plerrpont Jacob D Cox Colum bus Delano and Zachariah Chandler strikingfigureventions which nominated Hayes and Wheeler and Garfleld and Arthur and ho was thrlco elected to the Senate The now capitol at Harrisburg Pa Is nearly completed and has cost 4 550000 HIS WIFE WAS A WONDER When the news of the death of the Hon Yonks Van Doluen reached Wighamton it fell like a wet pall over the place Richard Van Dolsen was In the wild Missouri Mountains looking up timber tracks that had been offered at tempting prices and Mrs Van Dol sen had to bear her sorrow alone She shut herself In her house and would SIC no ono but Miss Arschile When she appeared again she was In deep mourning and fled East with her sor rowThero was no one In Wighamton who could boast of such distinguished ancestry as the Van Dolsens except Hetty Arsdale and she poor girl was the last of her line Poor In purse but rich In pride Miss Arsdale was a source of considerable worry to her many friends In Wlghamton Being an Arsdale she could not stoop to work nor could she accept indiscriminate charity She was however grate ful for opportunities to relieve her good friends of the regrettable neces slty of destroying such things as they no longer could conveniently keep In doing this she thought she was doing a favor and her friends respected her pride but found it extremely difficult to keep her alive and clothed Everyone said that It was really too bad that the death of Yonks Van Dol sen should occur at just the time It did three weeks before MIsd Hettys wedding Miss Hetty had long been looked upon as a confirmed spinster but after having passed the forty mark some distance had met one Hector McGregor and their wedding day was soon settled upon Yonks Van Dolsen nearly upset everything and Mrs Van Dolsen went into black shut up her house and then went away Some days after Mrs Van Dolsen had left for the East Richard Van Dolsen arrived In Wlghamton and while on his way home met his friend Tom Garrick and the two men ex changed a hearty greeting after which Mr Van Dolsen asked about village news and learned for the first of Miss Arsdales approaching marriage Garrick walking by the side of his old friend suddenly said Dick I suppose you know Mrs Van Dolsen has gone East Well no said Van Dolsen easily but she rather expected to leave before I got back He looked at Garrick curiously Why do you look at me that way Tom theres nothing wrong with Elizabeth is thereNo not with Mrs Van Dick but Yonks Van Dolsen is dead Well I should say he was Tom Its certainly time he was But what Is the Joke I guess you dont understand me Dick I said Yonks Van Dolsen was dead Your wife felt his death deeply and when she left for the East was heavy mourning for himIinVan Dolsen dropped the heavy valise he was carrying and laughed until he was completely out of breath and the tears were streaming down his faceElizabeth in mourning for that old rhlnoceroushlded reprobate he cried Tom you will kill me with your talkThey had reached his office and Van Dolsen found the letter which he felt THE CAMERON ELM SUBJECT OF sure his wife had left for him After reading and rereading the letter ho turned to his friend and said Yes Tom Yonks Van Dolsen is dead and I am going in mourning for him he was a fine old man my wife has writ ten me all about it There are some matters Tom I cannot explain in the family you know Tom As soon as possible Richard Van Dolsen had a crape band sewed on his hat but it seemed hard for him to overcome his natural cheerfulness still he tried to enter into the crepa band spirit and often said to his friends Yes poor old Yonks is dead he was a fine old man I can scarcely realize that I am in mourning for himTen days after Miss Arsdales wed ding Van Dolsen sent for his old friend Tom Garrick and after care fully closing tho door to his private office said Tom Ive been thinking things over and I guess it will be annoying to Mrs Van to do all the explaining so I am going to do it for her Eliza beth is the best woman on earth and thinks of kind things that no one else would think of You know how proud Hetty Arsdale is Van Dolsen j continued Funny girl too shed tako things no one had any use for COUldjuse clothes for her wedding outfit and no way of getting any Elizabeth is a corker Tom what does she do Why she resurrects old Yonks who died In 1679 long enough to go into mourning for him so that poor Hetty Arsdale could do her the favor of re lieving her of her unmournful clothes of which she had laid In a large stock both for outside and Inside wear Van Dolsen paused and his friend said Van I agree with you your wife Is a wonder Washington Btar Both Lucky and Odd Midway between sentiment and superstition lies a feminine trait which cherishes odd little trinkets that seem to bring luck That any jeweled bauble can possibly change the capricious allfayssmall ornament can be constantly recalled by the treasured trinket Is with out a doubt So with dlvldcd affection women still cling to the savage luck charm as closely in 1906 as did their barbaric sisters whose calendar was the setting sun It is with the most uptodate busi ness women that one finds the most novel trinkets Actresses particularly wear unusual luck ornaments and not the least fetching of these is a gold chain which never leaves the neck ot- a very pretty leading woman In a pop ular theatrical company Caught between the delicate links at Intervals of two inches are all sorts of semlpre clous stones as well as genuine gems Each individual stone represents tho gift of some good friend who has been associated with her in her stage ca reer and tho chain already holds twenty jewels as well as a souvenir pendant gold and enamel brownie with diamond eyes The different stones Include a rare yellow diamond and topaz several oddly shaped water pearls and clasping the chain at the back a large squaro garnet of richest hueThen thero Is a very popular teacher in one of the big cities who has been at the head of a shorthand school for a number of years Her luck souvenir is a coin waist belt made entirely of ten cent pieces It was started by her first class of girls every one of whom was devoted to her When their term was over however their very meagre pock etbooks would allow the majority of them to give only ten cents apiece So one of their members conceived the happy idea of having the dimes Joined in the form of a bracelet and each girls initial was scratched on Lib ertys cap As class followed class the Idea took root and the tenlink bracelet has grown to a good sized waist belt with four rows of coins Some are thick and some are thin and many bear hard ly a resemblance to the newly minted dime but they all carry the initials of some young pupil to whom the cheery teacher was an inspiration and the coins stand for everything in the world to their owner In fact so much a part of her has the belt become that she never thinks of going anywhere with out it and she sleeps with it under her pillow at night In contrast to this luck charm of rAN ORATION IN THE U S SENATE friendship is the luck trinket of a very attractive young matron of national renown Five years ago In reply to her wedding Invitation came a tiny white kid box from a wellknown jeweler It contained two beautiful fancy gold stock pins each a perfect imitation of a peacock feather The card enclosed bore the name of a girl with whom she had the very slightest ac quaintance but whom she knew to have lilting for her future husbandI Undaunted the bridetobe immedi ately pinned one of these unlucky feathers on her dress and from that day to this she has never been with out one of the other of them fastened somewhere about her costume Not 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believed that by that time almost every farmer in the county will have joined the assoc iation Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian Prestige He wears a tine distinguished air As down the streets hes walking And all the busy folks give ear EnraptunKl wltn his talking For in a tree the other aay Its little tail a bobbin He saw he gives his word for it The very Lust spring robbin Charles R Barnes strange Gar For nnncr Our forefathers were so fond of the whip that they seem to have regarded It as a cure for lunacy antI even for smallpox The accounts of a Hunting donshire parish under date 1C01 have the entry Pd in charges taking up a distracted woman watching her and whipping her next day Ss Gd and a few years later eljfhtponeo is paid for whipping ttwo people yt had the small post Hong beggar was evidently no more fancy name for the parish beadle lIe thoroughly earned the title In the days of his greatness The name outlasted sthat whip and the brutal performance d the whipping post or the carts toll aptFifty or sixty years ago bang beggar 1 t ywnMstill tilt Iprovincial name for a boa rate dIe in several1 of the midland counties ci A Cheshire glossary defines a bang to n beggar as a treadle one of whose duo ewli ties It was to take up and drive away m proserrr the Gntpblcchti otPoxand Flea the Reynard Is a knowing animal The h rt foxes are much tormented by fleas but tAnd when the Infliction becomes too severe tht they know how to get rid of the Inv etlleeets They gather from tbo bark of ghttrees moss which they carry to a t Hereyetookthey enter the water still carrying theii ly a moss in their mouths and going back rnls ward beginning from the end of their tails they advance by slow degrees till iI ze a the whole body with tho exception otcloin the mouth Is entirely Immersed The ibilt floas during this proceeding have r lidrushed In rapid haste to the dry port 1112anl1 finally to the moss and tho fox when he has according to his cnlculn lion allowed sufficient time for all the fletw to take their departure quietly opens his mouth The moss floats off down the stream with Its burden of 1 liens and when It Is out of Jumping t reach the fox finds Its way to the bank much relltedcMedlclncH There Is a singular Idea that pre Tolls among many people that If a lit tie is a good thing more Is better said a physician and an Incalculable amount of barm Is done There lire cases where a little quinine does good It and the patient Instead of going to asphysician and finding out how munch he wants buys a quantity at a drug store and takes so touch that it Is a positive detriment When persons have hlllIg sick and obtained a prescription theys imagine they know Just what to do the y next time they are ailing and increase the dose often with most disastrous results The careless use of medicine I by those not familiar with Its douse st cauNc immure trouble than al ace other source of aliment to tin 51quoncell human body is sublect I cona m HumorsAHfreshrAro iimpure matters which the skin cont1 IL organs can itInI prizeIUCh an accumulation of themII load They litter the wholo system I State Pimples boils eczema and other I orlnl I tiredens nfeeUng bilious turns fits of indiges lenee tion dull headaches and many other thorn11ftcet SarsaparillaStofcove m U Remove all humors overcome all andConteLm IIIInvigorate tho wholo systemJJ plowIhad salt rheum on my hands BO that I not work I took Hoods Sarsaparlllaw- eedcouldand It drove out the humor I continuedaner 10 tw Its use till the sores disappeared MM feet p phA O BROWN Rumford Falls Me JohT Hoods Sarsaparllla promises tv L non cure and keeps tho promise- ok 1- HDtpt r DISfiGURING SKIN HUMOO Impossible to Get Employment as Face and Body Were Covered With t itching Sores Scratched Till Flesh Was RawSpent Hun dreds of Dollars on Doctors and Hospitals and Grew WoTse CURED BY CUTICURA IN FIVE WEEKS a Since the year 1S94 I have been troubled with a very bad case of eczema which I have spent hundreds of dollars trying I to cure and I wentJJ to the hospital but they failed to cure mo and it was getting worse all the time FiveII weeks ago my wife bought a box ofICuticura Ointment and ono cake of Cuticura I Soap and I am pleased to say that I am now completely cured and well It was impossible for me to get employment as my face head and body were covered with it The eczema first appeared on the top of my head and it had worked all the way around down the back of my neck mybodyso 1 would be obliged to scratch it and the flesh was raw I would first wash the affected parts with warm water and Cuticura Soap and then apply Cuticura Oint ment and let it remain on ah night and in the morning I would use Cuticura Soap I am now all well which all my friends can testify to and I will be pleased to recommend the Cuticura Remedies to any and all persons who wish a speedy and permanent cure of skin diseases Thomas M Rositer 290 Prospect Street Mar 30 1905 East Orange N J EveryRumorremitting of Cutiruri Sap 2V l4nnneny Mir lltioTt enL HUT In form of Chocolate Coated Hilt SJc wr vial of dI may er hodof all dunlu A llnple wt oftrn curti UugatofMaaulIreq All About lie Skin Scdp aDd Utlri UNCLE SAM WILL SPEND 50000000 Washington The house committee- on public buildings and grounds as agreed to report a public building hill appropriations aggregating 20000000 The details of the bill are not fully completed and tbe committee voted to refrain from disclosing the report is finally completed which will be in about ten days The bouse has passed the legislative executive and judicial appropriation billcarrying JO Don 000 after consider ing the measure two weeks HAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking Its Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No no pay 50c Thomas Weathernolt who has been coniined to his bed for several month past with a complication of diseases yielded to the inevitable last Sunday morning at 3 oclock At this hour of writing it is understood that the funI eral services will be conducted at the- M E church of which he was one of the leading members and that the burial will take place in the upper Mr Veatherholt is survived by a wife and five children also father brother and two eisteis Tobinsport letter in annelton Tele phone What good does it do to eat if your stomach fails to dieest the food None does you barm causes belching stomach flatulence etc When the stomach fails a little Kodol Dys pepsin Cure after each meal will di what you eat and mane the sweet All Druggists What He Itcedcd A father recently received the follow ing note from a young maw Dear Sir Wood like your doter Jessies hand In manage She and I are In luv and I think I Redo a wife YuresHENRY The father replied by letter saying Friend Henry You dont need a wife You need a spelling book Get one and study It for a year Then write me again The Chosen Some men remarked the assump ive citizen are born to lead Yes answered the cautious per son but the trouble is that every man who feels a disinclination to do actual work takes It for granted that be is one of those men Washington Star IsNot Dlfllcnlt High Priced DoctorYou are now convalescent and all you need Is ex ercise You should walk ten to fifteen miles a day sir but your walking should have an object Patient All right doctor Ill travel around try- Ing to borrow money to pay your bill Not to De Repented Yes an old Indian fighter was saying the Sioux done something to me that they could never do again What was that They scalped me Jealousy is the greatest of misfor tunes and the least pitied by those who cause it Rochefoucauld n ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported By EvansSnlderBuel Co Live Stock Commission Agent Special to the News National StocK- Yards Ill April 4 Receipts of cattle the fore part of the week show little difference from a week ago and al though light the market does no show much strength This is due to unfavorable advices from other mark ete Beef steers average about a dim higher than last week and comprise a of the receipts good average percentage While no fancy grades were of fered we told a string weighing 1200 at 505 They were the best here Most of the medium to good kind sold from 400 to 540 Butcher cattle ruled uneven steady to lower with most weakness on the commoner kinds Receipts moderato none choice Best heifers 450 to 4 85 best cows 440 to 4 50 bulk a round 375 canners and cutters 3U5 to 285 Choice veals 50I to 050 common 425 to 475 Bright sunshine has put h little lift into the stocker and feeder trade yet receipts are so light goal quality so common that trade is slow We have several orders for good stuff that can be filled Values show httlo cnange from last week out the outlook iis favorableHogs the habit of making a new high weekly now and haveI made good again this week when 057 was paid and lots of good to choice grades went at 060 to 055 bulk of packers 040 to 045 and light mixed grades 035 Choice little pigs sold well but common to medium going at 500 to 5 50 Good fat sheep are as hIgh as any time ot the year but lambs are gradu ally working lower Evans Snidor Buel Co I Strike Breakers San Antonio Tox April 3If the efforts of the coal operators succeed 20000 Mexicans from southwest Texas will be rushed to north Texas Indian Territory and other points HS Btrine breakers More than 1000 Mexicans are mobilized here and can be thrown to any point needed on short notice Keep your bowels regular by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There is nothing better For sale by Short Haynes loverIj I port Thanks For the Commercial Club The Cloverpoit Commercial Club Cloverport Ky Mr J C Aiolte Sec retary My bar SirYour esteemed favor under date of the 30th tat giv ing to us the information concerning the present and prospective tonnage is to hand Our thanks are due and ark hereby rendered to yourself and to roar club for the magnificent presentation that they have made it is only just 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In tho kettle whore It had been boiling for hours Exchanger N co L 1 i aIt ParIsn tho Boulevard Germain discussing tit em hilIbeendlsagrcements3 GermanyNod happene qul vive armed mobilizing ready toSight at tho drop of the hat upsmall at pokorg ragoInd thobanker amItpartyrtho correspondent eyesweree alwayscontt1lnedHave you heard tho latest ho In e qu red No What has happened lWeIl- y feet In astonish ment Mutual insults have passed Tho Germans bnssador in efgyThohFrenchcretall ThoVGermany must back down In Ber thoNo ij youiLatour bent over our tablo and fair Germanshaveore swarming across the frontier And readyThere Itisi the littleness the selfishness tho of the commanders and the min Caters I Latours breath gave out He was forgotten dumb astonishment For none knew better that we the unpreparedness of the French against which stood tho mighty power of the enemy her teem ing population every man of which had been trained to carry a gun to shoot to obey orders And the Ger mans had chosen their season well I recalled a pronouncement of the Ger man General Staff In 1905 when they said We shall Impose on the French a winter campaign Our soldiers com ing from the cold regions of tho north willI march toward a temperate climate and the advantage will be alto gether ours- Latour left us on his chase for news Our party was broken up The Im pending crisis was too much for us all I shall go to the front and gather material for a wonderful group tho flying Generalissimo said Brangere throwing back his broad shoulders V The French will win said Ouv rard smiling and I shall loan them fundsas much ns they may need without charge for the sake of my beloved Franco And here he lied for I knew that he would demand In terest to the last sou Adieu said Mon erval I go to the President I shall urge meditation and I myself shall be nn ambassador to arrange terms He withdrew grandiloquentlyI T James Adams a plain American of adventure to per form a part of which I had then no conceptionIt In France or In Germany either for that matter to be secretive Suspicions are sure to be aroused If your business is not well known and openly stated Therefore it was well that I was allied with large If American manufacturing firms with sjomces In Berlin Hamburg Paris and I Calais In France I was careful to bo J French In sympathy and oUtSpOKen too In Germany I becamo a Teuton to the core In addition to this ready adaptability I was personally ac quainted with the French and German rulers had excellent German connec tions and was well known In Belgium eHolland and Italy And inasmuch as It often becamp necessary for me to = THE WERE MOVED tchange my colors and amllationa sev- eraly times in as many weeKS my ac- quaintanceit stood me in good turn Aside from personal interests ItI was no light matter thU active a demonstration of forces on the part of Germany The disagreement which had grown out the Algeclras I controversy was only one of a series of causes of war The many slight misunderstandings between the two nations complicated by European dip lomatic twistings and turnings had fanned the flumes already arising fromi Germanys openly announced dream oft worldwide hegemony Added to this the propagandist publications of the PanGermanic League the annexation P of Austria German expansion in Asia Minor the ruin of English seapower and the political and economic dom 1 Inatioh of Europe permitting tne 0floodingof the world by German prod ucts through tho four ports of Ham burg Antwerp and Trlests had stirred to resentment tho material of France and even of En gland Although France desired no such convulsion as was sure to be produced by war she was not contenti to lie supinely and see her opportuni ties wrested from her people by German hands What wonder then that all France rose In one patriotic cry TO ARMSI TO ARMSI I left the club and made my way through the crowded streets to the Avenue 1Opera Reaching the Grand Hotel my ears were assailed by a clamor which rose and fell and burst like a storm Bands of civilians thou sands In each composed of laborers and artisans wero marching boister ously up and down the streets cheer Ing and sinking the Marseillaise with floes and banners flying of every Presentlyhpnrd I lown the street mingled with the loud cheering of the populace It was atroop of Cuirassiers and In another minute I was in the midst of a seeth- Ing crowd and could perceive nothing around me but a sea of hands hats vN i6NS1CompJ1ed I clvllln9 leadInroturnVivolal Mauelo greeted me seriously X am on saidaandIwith mo You Americans are always assistanceItmeetingonethat SenntorsthoPresidentthe many questions before them until well nigh morning For a time I wait ed in an anteroom Finally I was summoned Captain Maubourg an otthePoint tho greatest military school of mighthavocpcnt my time while waiting In the ctudy ofa largo war map of Franco thatthefrom points south of the Vosges Moun tains with a view perhaps to cutting ort a portion of eastern France and territoryFrenchthe frontier assembling at Lunevllle at Chaumont and at Belfort It ap peared necessary to check tho Invasion at once If I mistake said the Ger notiIman approach was similar to cut Paris off from the south the source ot Its supplies Now Is It that they would a second time adopt youthl1teast of Paris We have the reports of our border the President We are advisedthat the whole force of the Gorman attack Is in that direc tion reJoinedButIs going on to the north What would happen If for instance the Germans struck across the south of Belgium and cut off communication between Paris and the Channel Is that move out of question Theyworebegan General Brugere famous as a strategist But by Heaven M le President it Is not Impossible We must reconnoitre In that direction However It is several hundred miles to the Belgian frontier Let me suggest then with your permission that this lead be followed at once I replied Can you not Im press all the automobiles In Paris and hurry the greatest possible num ber of veterans to the northeast no tier a war ballon might be sent Im- MediatelY to reconnoitre I should be rind to offer my services In this con nectionVery bold talk for an American In the presence of generals grown gra- In military service I had only passed through West Point Because of a neverbeenhad studied war for several years and had learned that It is never safe to trust to mere reports of agents For an hour more the plan was dis cussed and finally adopted And thus almost unwittingly I became Involved In a series of tho most Inci dents tho war balloon reconnolssance my marvellous escape terrific fighting at Monte Pollcr the spectacle of the greatest naval battle In history and personal encounters in defense of the sweetest woman in the world all these will live In memory to tho end of my days When the French Government de cides that It wants anything belonging to Its citizens there Is no red tape to be unwound From the moment that the plan was adopted orders flew thick and fast by telegraph by telephone by word of mouth Within ten hours upwards of five thousand auto mobiles were assembled on the out skirts of Paris Tho response of citizens and of automobile companies oo W4 v AncI t TROOPS HURRIEDLY TO THE DORDER my already of Salonlca Interests likely the stirring the was immediate It was u national mater and back of the Government every man woman and child of the Re- pUblic Before twentyfour hours elapsed every road leading north eas and west out or Paris was with the puffing machines each bear Ing from four to ten veterans elected from the flower of the Army re served in and about Paris In addition the railroads were cleared and dozen special trains loaded with mu nitions of war were speeded to tno front But ahead of them all through tho night went four hugo touring auto mobiles rushing over the matchles- French roads their horns echoing sonorously without Intermission In the first car sat M Rechere a noted balloonist two expert assistants and my self In the next the renowned Sal vatore Martini of the General Staff his aldesiand a wireless telegrapher and the apparatu- so a light but strong field warballoon On and on we swept through towns and villages without pause Tho dar paled into dawn the sun rose an dissipated the mists noon came and finally darkness again There was no stop We had but one object Our ra tions Were dry biscuits and canteen wine And as we sped northward the conviction grew that we were on th right track At dawn of tho second day we reached Camplltte near the Belgias frontier tho point agreed a base of reconnaissance In an open field we sot up the gas generators and soon there rose above our heads tho vast bulk of our airship la Jaune By noon the gas bag was full Martini and I steped Into the car arcs panted by tho balloonist Rechere The cable was cast off and we rapidly as cended A wireless telegraph mount ed on a shelf inside tho basket would enable us to communicate direct with the Eiffel Tower station perhapstworapIdlyft hero of Sedan laid his band on my e quuuypointingsweepingand his eyes trained to keen observation had discerned what wo wcro ItthebelowuswithhereOWtIThroughthe highways like white ribbons But snakelike extendingof soldiers helmets and gunbarrelsglittering and flashing in the bright sun As far as the eye could reach with brief Intervals between them we saw the thousands and thousands 01 German soldiers General Martini turned to the telegraph Instrument and clicked oft a message and I knew that within wouldlearnTower Station that the German rush wasbutwasInEnglandFor felt a great exultation In the face of masters of war I had advanced an opinion with planbeperhaps saved France the humilia tion of a surprise and of possible de =WE DISCOVERED THE GERM enemyWedis- covered by the Germans Puffs of white smoke appeared below us and presently the shriek of small shells was heard around the balloon This was uncomfortable yet there was no higherBallasthalf a mile until we could barely discern the landmarks But what was two or even two and a halt miles against the long range field guns ot today The shells flew thicker One theaeglassjarshof the our basket electric battery Another cut a rope at one end of the basket and we lurched uncomfortably We threw over more ballast rims steadily Suddenly there was a screech a threeInch shell hurled toward us Rechere gave a shout of dismayThey have hit the bag he cried fallingIt Looking up I saw a rent in tho silk and heard the hiss of escaping gas The balloon swayed like a wounded bird Slowly It sank Objects on the earth came into plainer view Below was a and I could distinctly see the field batteries popping away at us Ineffectually unable to keep the range as we settled through the thin air What will they do to us I asked companionsGeneral shrugged his shoulders Oh they will shoot us at sun rise tomorrow ho replied It Is no matter We have saved the day France will not be surprised Already additional troops are pushing north My elation was over I loved life very dearly And now to die miserably to be shot in a German field even an opportunity to let the withoutIhome know what had become utter disgust I sat down In the It was now lurching violently as wo approached the earth Bullets whistled around us several striking the basket work Well I would dlo like a man I would show my companions and also our hospitable German friends below that an American can meet his fate with a shrug as light as that of a Frenchman at leas- tINJUFENILS COURTS New Methods of Dealing with tne Early Misdemeanors of Children- In the March number of the Sunset Magazine appears an interesting ac count of tho work of saving boys from crime and prison Influences A similar work is going on in many cities of the country The San Francisco Juven 1903dthetChargother largohearted organizations and Individuals The original law of 1903 laid the foundation for the legal mach ofa1905 perfected and put into operation This law provided among other things for an advisory committee which ap points probation officers secures funds and establishes the proper connecting probationsofficers and the general public Since the establishment of this court over 2100 separate delinquency cases and several hundred dependents havo been handled under the fatherly care of Judge Murasky His eyes ears and hands are the probation officers and lookssafter the school records of the courts wards another sees to their working stilldaryhe knows every boy his doings pastConcerning worK probation ofesensational captures toilsome Investi gallon patient probation successful re Neitherndo they suggest the hearty cooperation or of the rapid development of the gen eral publics Interest Already the Ju venile court has proven that It pays to study a child rather than brand him respondIn criminal born fixed and destined to wreck Already even are men looking toward the employment of Its methods In dealing with adult offenders Of the Suez Canal only Blxtyelx miles of tht ninetynine had to be cut through landtie4e A Modem All SIn SinNotn kith and kin It agoneInWhlchthe Bride and tho Groom so oft lroquentWhere winds gently blow Tis a city of shade and a city of Mowers madoBy n small Of every degree and grade Fo where there Is good there Is also bad And tho task before me I hate As morethatsIn tho story I now relate By nightForcurdsNorjusttheWhile professing tho kindest roIgards gameAsBy friends whom each to the other made boast Theyd wipe up the table with me On this simplydroppedOn the Major whose friendship I prizeNotsmoke of aught but a friendly Or with tales of the war to swap lies And there was the Doctor another friendSuch mQtoAndgameIntending ducats to take Twas a InnocentkidunfairWltorofrequentlybluffedAnd a bluff Is called down by a pair Five cards are dealt out only one at a time And If youre not suited you call While a flush Is not always the most signTo better than all And should thoro be dealt you a real royal flush metNotopentho ANS TO DC FIRING ON US Not a sound greets your offers to betTo change my bad luck Jack Pot I suggestBut nor better my lot My hadbloomedA Jack Ass instead of Jack Pot In spite of all fusion I quickly caught on As I savvied their tricks and their wiles When they dealt from the bottom andrang In cold decks Each deal adding wealth to their piles But to I goodLordEvery good they shall reap all their I daysSo time for a final Jack Pot And then boldly saw every raise When the betting was over and all hands laid down Two flushes two fulls and four kingsI Four Aces and then blandly smiled As I gathered the several piles In For two aces I had and two more I had drawn From oldfriendAnd I murmured that song of the old Ivy Gree-nI gatherthem American oysters in tho shell are shipped as far away as Shanghai The Mongolian pheasant is one of the most beautiful birds in the world and one of the hardest to shoot Most song birds are of more sombre hue while those of bright plumage like tho jays parrots and birds of Paradise have harsh voices Michael Beudln the Giant Drayman of Paris is dead He was six feet seven inches tall weighed 392 pounds and could easily lift and carry a barrel containing 126 gallons of wino BIG BASEBALL u OUTFITS tIFREE TO BOYS PiaPeltbuttonahOlY Bhll1hasmotalolo etl full around the should on drag tree action A Belt and Ooio slsoglreosatpair fielders Cloy catchera Mlt and regulation enball The Best QgivenQ moeertohaehatlea each pUZZLING OLD VOLUME Translated at Ethnology Bureau ASter Many Others Full Two books of 300 years ago bound in tho quaintest parchment Lave given up their secrets after expert linguist and ethnologists pondered many weeks in a vain effort to determine their origin Man languages were consulted Ara bic Sanscrit Malay Japanese Russian and languages that have traces of Latin but the chIrography within tho covers of these musty volumes com pared with none of them The American Philosophical Society of Philadelphia gave it up Savants and sages of other literary societies failed in their efforts to elucidate tho strange language The boots were finally referred to the United tt03 Bureau of Ethnology Prof Cyrus Thomas withdrew tho veil It is the Cakchiquelche language said Mr Thomas spoken by the In dians of Guatemala One of the books was on Bible history and tho other a collection of Lenten sermons wrKten in the sixteenth century by the mis sionary priest Father Domingo Vico who spent many years among the In dians It is believed that when tho Spanish Fathers undertook to translate religious works into the CbacVl quelche tongue they found the Latin alphabet inadequate to express the cu rious accents of the Indians and they supplied the letters N P C and will not stain cents for six 60 or film ffTHPY WANT 5eparatorhold Hotel Restau DrugStoreplace where epts are used needs one or moreInstantly separate YOlk and white not a particle of the latter remaining In tileSeparator Does not 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Each It Sited with a long no rat wood stick 1round the top with nedLlghIlluoof r bmentutcziedkerchiefs alBENTtreadlUcFanaot Both tree as one pro Ti r Jhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1900 BEN JOHNSONSTRUE There Is a question in the minds of the people as to whether the bill introduced by senator Goriu to prevent the shipping of whisky into local option districts will stand the tests of the courts This question has been a source of some worry to all those wno favored the passage of such a bill A stoat apart of the doubt ot this matter has been removed from our minds by reason of the fact that Senator Ben Johnson of Nelson County was a warm advocate of the bill and all through the times it was struggling for existence in both of the houses it had his valuable assistance and he was largely instrumental in its passage Knowing Senator Johnsons ability hisfrankt49are inclined to believe that the bill will stand the severest of tests in the courts or he would not have it go through the Legislature with any defects in it that would make it lose out JOhnsoulhadthere IS assurance that it is constitu tional and all right and will serve its good purpose We do not mean to underrate Senator Gorins ability at all but Senator Johnson has a reputation as a constitutional lawyer Senator Gorin gets enough glory for one man by being the author of such a mResure LaRne County Herald Deals Island Torture is no worse than tne terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Tnen I was advised to apply Bucklens Arnica Salve and less that a box per manently cured me writes L S Napier of Bogies Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores line magic 25o at Short Haynes druggists Western Canada Wheat Crop Montreal The Dominion govern ments report shows that the wheat crop of western Canada that is west of Lake Superior in 1005 was 88418 000 bushels Of this 47574070 bushels have been inspected and sent east and 2538325 bushels are to lie marketed fil you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve that failed to give satis faction the chances are it did not have the name E C UbWitt Co II printed on the wrapper and pressed in the box The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores boils tetter cracked bands eto For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles it affords almost immediate relief It stops the pain Sold by all druggists t Wheat Seeding To Begin Soon J Minneapolis Good weather prevails t for spring farm work Wheat seeding i will begin next week in western North Dakota and central South DakotaI t tCoalup At Pitts burg I Philadelphia Soft coal prices are jumping again at Pittsburg being 100 per cent above what they were a week ago Run of the mine is quoted at 2 50 per ton Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden of a Cloverport are the guests of his par outs Mr and Mrs Goe Bowden Meade Messenger Whose Sayso is Best With nearly all medicines put up for sale through druggists ono has to take the makers sayso alone as to their cura tlve value Of course such testimony Is not that of a disinterested party and accordingly is not to bo given the same credit as if written from disinterested r motives Dr Pierces medicines how over form a single and therefore striking exception to this rule Their claims to the confidence of Invalids does not rest solely upon their makers sayso or praise Their Ingredients are matters of public knowledge being printed on each separate bottle wrapper Thus Invalid sufferers are taken into Dr Pierces full confidence Scores of loading medical men havo written enough to fill volumes in praise of the curative valuo of the several Ingredients entering into these well known medicines mod1cal ProtoDaledor M D lato of Cincinnati Ohio Prof John Klnjr M D late of Cincinnati Ohio Dr Grover Coo of New York Dr Itartho Jow of Jefferson Modlcal College of Pa restheeminentDrsusanteversion and rotrovcrslon and corrects updisagreeabletimes known as pelvic catarrh and a multi tude of other diseases peculiar to women Bear In mind It Is not a patent nor even a Prescriptionphyslclanotlanropeculiar ailments who frankly and coned Ingly takes his patients Into his full con fldonco by telling them Just what his Pre scription Is composed ot Of no other medi i cine put up for womans special maladies t sattfrankly openly and lottlmevery patient using the sameknow exactly what silo Is taking Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence Is guarded as sacredly secret and bydprofoss1onol oYlerco Buffalo NYI- i to preserve health and beauty Is told in Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser It is free For a paper covered copy send Dr R V Pierce Buf falo N Y 21 onecent stamps to cover stampsDrI 1 0 f f Sacrifices of Newspapers The general public often loses sight of the services and sacrifices of news papers in behalf of principle It is taken as a matter of course in every political campaign that a newspaper should espouse one side or the other but little thought is given by the aver age reader to what sacrifices are made what toll what thought what deto tion what unflagging zeal are contri buted by the numerous and diversified personnel which constitutes the vast organization of a metropolitan journal In no other profession So we witness the same unceasing unselfish fidelity to u cause the same unflinching and unwavering Integrity of purpose the same disregard of pecuniary loss the same self sacrificing ardent unflaging enthusiasm to principle or the same courageous consecration to civic duty Auxiliary Grip Quickly Knucked Out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and my self contracted severe colds wnioh speedily developed into the worst kind ot la grippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Egleston of Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stopped up eyes and nose tinning with alternate spells of chills and ever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a don ble doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip Sold by Snort Haynes Marion J Thomas has returned to Hardinsburg after an absence of a year Together with Wave Lewis ho will run an uptodate barber shop with baths attached A location has not yet been selected Esq Josepn R Johnson of Reed was killed last Monday night by the westbound passenger train which passes Owensboro at 858 oclock p m The accident occured about a mile from Reed Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of a stuffy wautofozone condition in the blooa ana system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Risers These famous little pills cleans the liver stomach and bowels and give the blood a chance to purify itself They relieve headache salow complexion etc Sold by all druggist Public Opinion Papa what is an enlightened public opinionIt Y an acquaintance my son with the amount stolen Lite High Pressure Days Men and women alike have to work incessantly with brain and hand to hold their own nowadays Never were the demands of business the wants of the family the requirements of society more numerous The first effect of the praise worthy effort to keep up with all these things Is commonly seen in a weakened or debilitat ed condition ot the nervous system which results in dyspepsia defective nutrition of both body and brain and in extreme cases in complete nervous prostration It is clearly seen that wnat is needed Is what will sustain the system give vigor and tune of the nerves and keep the digestive and assimilative functions healthy and active from persunal knowledge we can recommend Bools Sarsaprilla for this purpose Its acts on all the vital organs builds up the whole sys temand fits men and women for these blebpressure days 31oue Vulue of St Loata When Lou s IX the saint surren dered with hiM whole forces to the Saracens at Mausura on the 5th of April 1250 1000000 golden bezants equal to half that number of the lines of the dny were demanded for his freedom But the Moslems came down to 800000 bezants and Id the end by surrendering Damletta Louis got off for 100000 marks equal roughly to over 1000000 of today These golden bezants contained about 30 shillings worth of our gold but to go to market with would buy then as much probably as 7Mi sovereigns now would Were the scorner allowed to break forth here he would probably tell how this high priced und saintly carcass was treat ed by his people when Louis died at the siege of Tunis twenty years later Being hard up for embalmers they had according to the journal of Au bery to quarter and boll him down In separate caldrons and so sent but his whited skeleton to France London Chronicle The People of Great Britain Ethnologically Great Britain Is a mix ture of many races resulting from a succession of Invasions When the Romans Invaded Britain the inhabitants were Celtic mixed with an earlier Eusknrlnn nop Aryan element They continued to bo mainly so until the fifth and sixth centuries when tho lev el parts of the country were overrun by German tribes Then followed Invasions by tho Danes and other Scandl navian tribes and lastly the Norman conquest The inhabitants of England and the lowlands of Scotland therefore sprang from an amalgamation of the original Celtic with German and Scandinavian blood Wales and the highlands of Scotland arc still inhabit ed by descendants of the ancient Celtic tribes The people of Ireland also are of Celtic origin although there Is an admixture otmany other races Mrs Alex Montgomery Dead E ron Ky April 4Mrs Alex Montgomery died at her home near Big Spring last Wednesday and was buried Friday in St Martins ceme tery Mr Montgomery is a prominent stock dealer hero and has many friends in this community wnc sym pathize with him and his children in this great sorrow Rheumatism Makes Life niserable A happy home is the most valuable possession that is within the reach of mankind but you cHnnot enjoy its comfort if you are sutferlng from then matism You tbrow aside business cares when you enter your home and and you can be relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm One ap- plicatIon will give yon relief and its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Paul Mills of Rhodelia died March 4 His death was cansed by the Bvran boiler explosion in the distillery three weeks ago The remains were laid to rest in the Flint Island grave yard He belonged to the Catholic church He leaves a mother and children Human Blood Marks A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I bad soveiel hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I be gun taking Dr Kings New Discovery It cmpletely cured me and I havo re mained well ever since It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Cughs Settled Colds and Bionchitis and is the only Known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists OOc and X100 Trial bottle free Capt T F Sawyers boat is in the water and will be completed in a few days In a review of what has teen accom pUshed by the Mississippi River Com mission it is reported that f10464000 has been spent on levees since the work begin in 1870 The most rational remedy for Coughs and Colds is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It acts on the bowels as a mild catharticexpels all cold from the system Cuts all phlegm out ot the throat relieves coughs colds croup whooping cough etc An ideal remedy for childien equally good for adults Sold by all druggists A torchlight procession at Bowling Green was participated in by about 1500 Normal School pupils The pur pose was to call attention to a mass meeting to raise funds For a Weak Digestion No medicine can replace food but Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest your food It is not the quantity of food taken that gives strength and vigor to the system but the amount digested and assimilated If troubled with a weak digestion dont fail to give these Tablets a tiial Thousands have been benefited by their use They only cost a quarter For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport John Alexander Dowie treats with contempt the action of those seeking to depose him and issues six orders regarding Zion Lity John Dyler who was elected roadI Supervisor of Jefferson county Have bond in the sum of 300000 for the faithful discharge of his duties Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of FoleysI Honey and Tar many imitations at eI offered for the genuine Ask for FoleysI Honeyand Tar and relnse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It iis mildly laxative It contains uo opiatesI and is safest for children and delicateI persons A R Fisher Senator Depaw fa1 suffering from a nervous breakdown but with complete rest his physician expects him to make a good recovery oAlgTRTABean theThe Kind You Hata Always BoojH Bigutnr 11 lot The Calloway county courthouse at Murray was destroyed by fire TheI records are said to have been the most valuable of any county except Jetfer son Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes life in some form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on tnis earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure Head acne Billioneness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizzi ness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weak nesses Unequaled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It induces Bound sleep Fully guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Price only 50c x HALLSWhyI l VEGETABLE SICIL- IANHairRenewer hair At this rate you will soon be without any hair Just remember that Halls Hair Renewer stops falling hair and makes hair grow UrnSisttzaZtIOO1o 1 I Farm F0I r i 1 11 I I offer for sale my farm of 300 iIi i I farm 220 acres in good state of i cultivation balance well timbered W i House two story with attic all neces sary outbuildings with ice house A home that is one of the beauty spots W of Breckenridge county For further c particulars address t p I D C HERON I I IRVINGTON KY I d7 I 4NflTAN m= = = Jj Manhattan Roofing Paint Arrests Rust Prevents Decay f I Iscd on Iron Tin Shingle Paper nnd M yiStacksi Guaranteed five years Made only in Mack w 4 4Write for Particulars iTHE MANHATTAN PAINT CO CLEVELAND 01110 nm W WI tr II1 I 500 Acres We want Farmers to contract and grow 500 Acres of Tomatoes for Polk Packing Company Fruit to be delivered at your nearest Railway Station on L H St L Ry For full particulars address Polk Packing Company 304 Keller Building Louisville Or Cloverpot Ky IIMPORTANT CHANGE Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Co HENDERSON ROUTE On and after April 1 1906 all trains of this Company will ar rive at and depart from 10th Street Station Tenth and Broadway instead of from Seventh Street Depot formerly Union Depot Louisville ICy L J IRWIN G P A e Louisville Ky I The power of a News Want Ad is marvelous PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set thng estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNSBURO KY theCourtstIes Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminalI practice License top nveBank Status District Courts Office of lIar lnsburjt LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOIUOHATKD Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednea 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 ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 176 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendidaccommodations for stock General Office 15415Gi53 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Snot Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nm ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlsesi cry represents tho natural Juices of dlfM tlon as they exist In a healthy atomack combined with tho greatest known tease- and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsla Cure does not only cure IndlgestUk and dyspepsia but this famous remedy I cures all stomach troubles by cleansing I j purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Bill of Riransvood W Va writ I w i troubled with tour stomach for twenty 7rfcKodol cured me and wo are now using It la mm for baba Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 31001 Size hotdlnt 2K times the Ml slzo which sells for SO cents Prepared by Ii 0 O WITT fc 00 oHIOAt SS Sold by all Druggists Ask for tile 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets at half fare plus 2 Round trip tickets at less than one way fare Krom Memphio Cairo or St Louis via Cotton Belt Route March 6 and 20 Stopovers both ways and 21 days re turn limit on round trip tickets Write for map ladder nnd 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 BldJr 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 VVV xSe1tnt Ii l Plowing Contests and Lawn Making GUY ElliOTT MITCHELL jtae looking at tho accompanying lures would not think that these Je pictures of a College Field y but such is the case ast year the School of Agriculture- the University of Minnesota varied proIII toIrho first was a hitching up contest which both girls and boys took part It a I Tile WINNER = Of SECOND PRIZE AND HIS TEAMrlTHE FIELD OF CATTLE ie other now feature was a plowing mtest in which only boys partial Ued Plowing is not altogether aid sport either no matter In what ght you look upon it This was II Istrated 1 y the participants who roved to the spectators that in order j bo a good plowman one must be mewhat of a civil engineer as well i an exrellent horseman Plowing as commonly done Is often jnslden as drudgery and so it Is plowmanhohat of making the field look black operationhlcherstand or more skill to do well than oes the simple art of plowing Tho onte tarts had in mind making a tralght furrow of even depth and Idth turning it squarely over so as J cover all stubble and weeds Each 0 took pins to start in squarely and enly and to drive straight out at he end as not to leave the least urve TfiTc was no time to dream- r gaze al out to see what some one else as doing All the plowmans skill nd abllty wro taxed to the utmost 1v I A BIT OF THE Co sot his plow perfectly in the rat place Next he must be kind to nd gain the confidence of his team or no man can do good plowing with ut the confidence and cooperation of ila team A half day was set side for the Contest and all three classes that is ho Freshmen Junior and Senior losses competed for tho prizes These were a sulky plow for first prize a land plow for second prlzo and ten lollars in cash for the third prize These prizes were furnished by one if the leading plow Concerns of the United States gratuitously- In scoring export plowmen who been with tho University Farm I years acted as Judges A Ir excellence was established Twelve points were given on tho dead furrow fifteen points on straightness I of furrows eight points on Ins and1 outs at ends fifteen points on depth and width of furrows ten points on evenness of top of land thirty points on the covering of weeds and ten points on tho finish Tlmo was not taken into consideration In scoring Each contestant was given a strong farm team and a plow Ho had to ad Just the plow device and whiffle tree to suit the condition of the land He Was allowed to mark out his land In any manner be saw fit The land was to be twenty wide and three undred feet long f Henry Johnson of New Richmond Minn a member of the Freshman Class took first prize His score was- der Dtp rt t5 I j 0 K Lathrop of the Senior Class took second prize with a score of 81 per cent and W I Peterson of the Junior Class third prize with a score of 80 per centThe rest of the contestants of course got no prize but they got somethin much more valuable They found tha- they t could plow and plow right Thi conviction will remain with them al ways and they will be better farmers and better citizens for having entered the contest To many of the onlookers the con test was a revelation Farmers and farmers sons who have plowed for days and months never before saw such plowing and many went de termined to plow as they saw it done It has been decided to make this a permanent feature of the annual field dayThe greensward is the canvas upon which all architectural and landscape fleets are produced A lawn may vary In extent from a few square feet at tho side steps leading to the brown stone front of the city dwelling to the broad acres of parks It matters little whether tho extent of a lawn be great or small its inherent qualities are tho same and its Intrin sic worth is determined by its charac ter and the manner in which It is kept Green grass is not of great value but it Is also of great aesthetic value The herbage of the field Is the primary dependence of all animal life and It is the green color tho sweet fragrance and the soothing rlfm I =LAWN AT LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION must standard feet s plowing home extensive only economic effect of nature which come from well kept greenswards that make them so congenial to man Grass is natures balm and healing for all erosive scars Nature abhors rough edges and brok en places and immediately proceeds to cover such ugly spots with green grass Man likes to get his feet upon tho solI but better still upon the soft yielding greensward Rich rugs and carpets do not give the clastic spring that the wellmade and well kept greensward yields So says L C Corbett one of tho horticulturists of the Department of Agriculture In Farmers Bulletin No 284 Just about to be printed by Uncle Sam Since this pamphlet is free as well as Interesting and instructive why not send for a copy to your member of Congress or your Senator If his supply runs out Secretary Wilson will 1send you a copy In general Mr Corbett says further a lawn should be beautiful and it should be useful Its beauty depends upon the contour of the land the col or the texture of tho grass and the uniformity of the turf The use ofI the lawn Is to provide a suitable set ting for architectural adornment and landscape planting The Soil The Ideal soil for a lawn is avail able in but few cases where it is desirable to establish a greensward Or dinarily the lawn in which a man Is most interested is that immediately surrounding his abiding place The soil ot this immedlato locality Is In iiihtooilt 3t = c = general greatly modified because of building operations or necessary grad- Ing The soil with which one has to deal therefore is seldom a normal soil of the locality In general it is a portion of the surface soli mixed with more or less of the subsoil which has come from excavation in making the foundations of a house The ideal soil for grasses best suit ed for lawn making is one which is moderately moist and contains a con siderable percentage of claya soil which is somewhat retentive of mois excessivelyIwet and Is inclined to bo heavy ant compact rather than light loose and sandy A strong clay loam or a sandy loam underlaid by a clay subsoil is tottherefolesshould be tho aim in establishing a lawn to approach as near as is possible to one or the other of these types of soil In many localities it will how ever be very difficult to produce by any artificial means at ones command a soil which will approach In texture either of the types recommended Our efforts nevertheless should be direct ed to attaining as closely as possible these Ideals Preparations for the Lawn Since the lawn is intended to bo 1 a permanent feature of the decoration of a place its endurance or span of I life is of utmost importance In gen eral grass seeds are small and the surface seed bed for the reception of these seeds need not be more than 1 inch in depth but since the grasses 1 as they become established send out long lateral feeding roots It is necessary that tho area containing the I available food for these plants should be amplified This object can only be attained by deep cultivation and thorough preparation of at least 8 to 10 inches of the surface soil The soil to this depth should be made rich andtshould be put into an ideal condition for the development of plant roots The mechanical operations of pre paring the soil can be carried on by the use of the modern plow if the I area Is large enough or by spading the area is small The seed bed should bo thoroughly and frequently stirred so as to grind tho soil par titles together as much as possible for the purpose of reducing them to uniformly fine condition and to lib erate plant food Cultivation should also have for Its object the destruction of weeds which may interfere with the establishment of tho lawn or which may be detrimental to it after it is once established After tho soil has been thoroughly plowed or spaded it should be carefully fined by harrowing or raking after which it should be I thoroughly compacted by the use ofa lawn or field roller and the surface j j again loosened bf the use of a steel J = A toothed rake or a fine barrow After the seed bed has been thor oughly and carefully prepared and tho grass seed scattered in appropriate quantities according to the kind used the surface should be given careful dryIt ing after the seed has been sown will suffice until after the grass has reach ed a height sufflcent to be clipped by a lawn mower Prior to clipping the grass with a lawn mower If the ground was not rolled after seeding a heavy lawn roller should bo passed over the surface in order to make it as smooth as possible After the grass has an opportunity to become erect it should then be clipped with a mower What Fertilizers Since the Is a permanent fea ture it is hardly possible to make the soil for the of the lawn too rich Stable manure which has been thoroughly composted and rotted and which Is as free as possible from detrimental weed seeds is undoubtedly the best material to use in producing tho desired fertility of the Forty to sixty loads of welldecomposed sta ble manure are not too much to uso upon an acre of land designed for the greensward Where such stable manure is not available the next best plan to follow Is that of plowing under green crops such clovers cow peas soy beans and similar plants The land should then receive an ap plication ot about 1000 pounds of lime to the acre and at the time Of preparing the seed bed 6QO to 1000 w t 61 u pounds of fine grqund bone together with 300 to 500 pounds of a high grad fertilizer upon each acre Tho fort 1 izer may contain 3 per cent nitrogen 6 to 8 per cent phosphoric acid nn about 8 per cent potash After the lawn has been established and it has gone Into winter quarters It is well to give the young grass mulch of welldecomposed stable ure which shall not bo heavy enoug to disfigure or mar tho lawn bas should be so fine and well that it will be carried beneath the surface of tho grass by the rains an snows of the winter leaving very little rough or unsightly matter to braked oft in tho spring If this is ao desirable after the greensward hasI passed through the first winter i should be treated to a topdressing of fineground bone at the rate of 100 pounds to the acre The Kind of Grass Kentucky blue grass is undoubtedly the great lawn maker for all that section of the Atlantic coast region north of Washington D C and for the Al legheny region as far south as northern Georgia Blue grass thrives best in a comparatively retentive strong soil where there is an abundance but not an excessive amount of moisture Upon soils of a lighter character in this region in localities where precipitation is greater such grasses as red top Rhode Island bent grass creeping bent grass and white clover are more to be relied upon for lawn making than blue grass Redtop Rhode Is land bent grass and creeping bent grass all have too same ability to make a compact and deep sward as in the case of bluo grass In fact under certain conditions rcdtop and the bent grasses are able to make a softer although not a more permanent turf than does the bluo grass Upon the light soils found in tho States of the latitude of Washington- D C white clover forms an Important feature in lawn mixtures- In general becauso of the varied conditions of shade and moisture ex isting upon a lawn as the result of trees shrubs and architectural objects mixtures are more desirable than pure grasses The different degrees of shade and moisture maintained in the soil which result from the presence of trees shrubs and build- Ings afford a variety of conditions un der which a single species would not produce a uniform lawn V Copyrighted h7 PXTCR HENDERSON A Co ON LARGE ESTATES THE AUTOMOBILE LAWNMOWER IS PICTURESQUE ADJU NCT a lawn reception as Harvestiae by GUll LIght Enrland shows that fields can bo so Illuminated maybetest two mowers each cutting a six foot swath were employed and a field of 15 acres was mowed In three hours and 35 minutes A gasoline trac tion engine furnished the power Romulus Was Perplexed andinwas near The minister was sent for and came promptly a stout man done up In one of thoso religious waistcoats without any buttons down the front or any opening at the neck The minister said to Uncle Romu lus Is your mind at ease brother Yes sah answered tho old man Aro you sure theres nothing troubling you the minister went on IIIII speak up I am hero to help and comfort you Doy is one fing Jes one eak said Romulus Dat plexes me What is It my brother the min ister murmured II Ah kalnt o do life o mo make out sah said the old man how yo Bits yosel inter dat dero vest There are four prosperous American Mormon settlements In the Mexican Chihuahuar b i W 5 Mysteries of the ARCS During that wonderful and mysterious i period popularly spoken of 18 formds proglacial period expressed herself with a lavish abandon of which we can form but a faint idsa The primeval rivers were mighty tor 11rents Instruments of stupendous meta workh qunntitltCa m edalong r padhaps 1 depositing Natures prehistoric gold storingcontinuedt or cycleIparset11 throes more one y getio formation as expressed In volII 0canic and glacial action Fierce volcanoes I sent forth their molten streamsI filling up ravines and gorges creating new elevations and depressions an burying deep under layers of volcanic debris the old river beds the evicted waters of which laboriously wrought out new channels for themselves Following 1 this storm time came a season of comparative quiet Jn which the newly located streams were permitted to take up again with diminished force the old work of tearing down dissolving and dropping the freed goldi along their channels In some in stances old beds were crosed andI broken into by the new streams andII additional deposits mingled with their uncovered treasures At last came the long winter of glacial action fro I which the earth emerged transformed with little of tile primeval surface leftl save the giant redwood forest region Such briefly summarized is the geologic record as read by modern sci entists of the changes that immedi ately preceded our own period Possibly certain giant trees of the Call ornla redwood parks which have swayed in the Pacific Ocean winds for thousands of yearsat least their own ancestorsmight have observed fromI their undisturbed abodo the stupendous changes In progress at their ver doorway Had they the gift of speec they could reveal as no other living thing could do tho state secrets of Nature including that of the burledl rivers While no reliable method can at present be given for the detection of tho presence of added vegetable colors in general it Is necessary that special tests must be made for special vegetable colors The bulletin gives quite a number of simple methods for detection of artificial coloring matter which may be had on application at the Department of Agriculture 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trated reading for the home circle I All W- OUR and more you will find In QPpORTUNITy beautifully lIIus c Ya kj OFFER ev Pill In the below cut out this entire advertisement centsforconscientiouslyBIIywill return your money by first moil c e a OPPORTUNITY PUBLISHERS DATE27P Dearborn St Chicago Unclosed find 60 cents for one years rYY withtheName Post Office R Route or Streeti J For sale by All Newsdealers State t j FtR 7Y r I i rr rz1 r T e r GOV FOLK ON THE SALOON I have norntofore spoken to you ot the pernicious effects of the state licensing the liquor traffic in any form The socalled high license law should be amended so as to eliminate the licens- Ing of tile liquor traffiio by testate This law enacted in 1888forbids under penalties the boiling of liquor except at certain locations agreed upon by citizens of the town or resi dents or the block where it is permit ted for a feo that goes to maintian the city county and State Until tho pass ago of this act there was no effective law on the statute books to suppress the crossroads groceries that flourished like spas trees throughout thi state For the good that has been done many highly honorable citizens oppose the re peal of the law Many who take this position are actuated by unselfish motives while others no doubt am selfishly interested in having the law retained With a due regard for the opinion of others I give my views as it is my duty to do and leave you to not as your conscience may dictate and your judgment toll yon is right In my opinion as far as the law goes in the direction of eradicating the liquor business it is good but it does not go far enough If the liquor busi ness is an evil thing it should not be permitted at all Certainly the law should not sanction such a business and by licensing it make the state a partner in iniquity Stripped of all use less verbiage this act lovies tribute on n OF Yen it rains rte we- t9SV9 De first sign of spring isa de easter hat bill Dots no joke UliUU Yen a man makes one dollar and pays two dollars for a spring hat its no business Ven will de old Sun lion nuts crae buck in style again I van der 91i 1ii i Yen we get good roads we viii have better bseaness Dot teller Starter iss all right He just keep dot big stink tirrlng all de time I vender if dat Iit one ot dew big stioKs dey use at de oowuirollclub 1iIi l li De viimniti nuw get oracv at dis sea son of tub your I sleep down mit the oow and Horses vile my wit she looks for pedbugs and outer critters Disc IdS the m lonooly season of the year 1i 11j1i Yen we got electric lights vot will dim fellows dot run the Gas Beeuoss do for a living Dtty baf had H fine thing out of it De stockholders di y hold de nag Do other fellers do tne rest It no vun lur von you talk about gating up A atiHJS company to bare for oil dot DTfiry body takes to de woods Yell I gout dont Moue i tit 111 j Yell dot Ileuii DuHuveu Moormim f was a phuuy fellow Evor time he just write a letter he has it priuted and sometime 1 vender it ho has his 5 letters priuted for his girl Ven Hunri L vat a candidate he vote me a letter every day and had it printed so it could be red Ho ins a good boy u L 11r Chuo May w mt to Fulton Sunday in tho inturoiU of the K P lodge Truman Aduum went to Louisville Sunday T itFor l To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The children cannot 1 osilIlrhaveEOoilhe Uh unless the bowels are in proper coiidlHoii tor HMtt laxativ- edoeoeotAyorelillaAllvrgetable sugarcoated f v IR 11 Undo by J O Ayer Co Lowell Mass Alto manufacturers of 9 HAIR VIG- OReAGUEIlaf Pl CURE t 1s PECTORAL t Wo have no loereti I We publish tho formulae of all our mtdlolne debauchery and crime in this respect morllstandpointI will drink and sell liquor any wayandII the state may as well profit appetite and lust for gain it could with equal force be argued that men will kill and therefore the state shdnld license murder in certain forms and in certain places so as to profit by this weakness ot mankind If it be said that the licensing of the liquor traffic be justifiable when the proceeds of the license gn to help maintain our worthy institutions lily answer should lie The state of Missouri is wealthy enongn to support adequately its institutions without making them owe their existance to the licensing of a business that degrades the youth and pollutes the morals of I ourIof the wrong the same principle would justify the support of our in stitutions wholly and even the State government from the trusts of Legaliz ed crime The government of Monte Carlo draws its sustenance trom the licensing of the gambling table but such an idea is abhoient to every Mis sourian It it would be wrong to sup port the State government by putting a price on evil it is wrong to license the liquor traffic at all This is not the demand of a healthy public sntiII ment that will not tolerate the State sharing in the profits of vicioous practices OBSERVATIONS HERR PRIZTEL the- Children I Dot Chnlius Nolte was a phnny fellow already He wanted me to join i IIllllmeetgo after de people and make them hue tie 1 had a brudder in Chermany dat vot vos hit mlt a club and was llaid up for six months I no join him freehl II I vent into Bill Prestons and called tor a cream ale He said vite cr red I knowed Bill go 1 vlutced one oye and said any color just so it red Veil he sat out a bottle of pop Vot would Emperlor William said to see one on his subjects insulted Bill says de lid ins down Vot lid I sed the one that fellow Laymen and Chon Bab huge put on Veil I gust go to Tell City nast Sunday I I IIi III tiI Now de vlmlu iss all up for local option I gust not what to do Yen III go to one ot dow meetings day say Herr Pretzel yust as welcome as deII i president of de wbolo world pin vite tvibbou on me and fill me up I I vit red lemonade until I swell like I aIred Irnloou at a circus Then the de i I eons cove long mit the hand shakingI and pat me on de shoulder and say j Yust ate already sprouting vita wings and you go through the pearly gate mit out a jar My vife she slobbers all over me an sacs I vos redeemed of all wy sins and she yost have sour kraut for dinner Veil dew vimln is all vite but I yust cant stand dat ved lernnnado De poys say I voss a hypo crit and I yust dont know vot to do Herr Pretzel GARRETT I i Born to thj wife of B J Foushu I Apr 3 a girl R H Dowell and family spent Sunday at James Foushus Miss Carrie Allen of Hill Grove visited Miss Pearl Bunger last week M iss Mary Lee Thcrnbnryof Paynes vine is visiting Miss Lena Ritchie Mrs Francis Ritchie was culled to the bedside of her sister Mm Coleman Payne of Lonisville Walter Gray of Brandenburg spent Wednesday and Thursday at Francis Ritchies the guest of Miss Mary Lee Thornbury W D Dhonan who IP being treatedI by Dr Latham of Eliznbethtown spent Sunday with his wife returning that night for itn absence of three weeks L R Mrs Conrad Entertains Mrs S P Conrad entertained lust week in honor of Mr and Mrs J M Cordrey Those present were Mr and Mrs Frank Payne Mr and Mrs Leonard OelzeMrs Alfred Oelze Mr and Mrs Chas Llghtfoot Miss Ethel Oelze and Mr Harry Hills I Like a Romance Was This Match Irvlngton Ky April 0 Something of a sensation was created this morning when the news spread abroad that IrvingIMayor to apprehend them Tms was promptly done and the young lady was taken to the McCoy House to await the coming of the alert fatner Her bright face aroused tho sympathy of the spectators and some of the boys wno could not bear to see such bright hopes dashed to pieces when so neur the goal planned to lend a helping hand Crayton Claycomb gained the admission of the young lady and by permission of her hostess carried her boldly out in tront of the Mayor who thinking the vigilent eye of his officer T J Adkinson would not JollyhavingRail Road Street to the Hotel and CONFERS HONOR UPON MR HAYNES I The following letter from the Louis vine Commercial Club confers an honor I upon one of Cloverports most congenII ial business men Mr Eugene Haynes On account ot the absence of his part ner Mr Geo W Short Mr Haynes says it will he impossible for him to accept commission Such an honor I coming trom the Governor of Ken tucky is doubtless a source of gratifi cation to Mr Haynes Louisville Ky April 4 Mr Eugene Haynes Cloverport Ky Dear Sir Upon the request of the Executive Committee for Home Coming Week InC Louisville June 18 tc 17 1UUO Gov J0W Beckham will appoint a commission I to represent officially everyI county in the state at Louisville dur ing the big June event The Governor wishes you to represent your county and you will receve the commission if you will accept ITho commission carries with it no compensaton neverthless we believe you will appreciate the honor conferred I You will have tne power to ups point hostess to serve with you and I a vicecommissioner to assist you and the hostess in the hospitable role TheII hostess may also name a maid of honor All will participate as fully as they deslrein tho exercises and func tions but none will be entertained at the expense of the Local Committees Please let us have your descision by return mail Yours very truly U E Hughes Director jeneral R S Brown Chief Executive Clarence Dallam Cbaitman of Count CommissionersCommittee MOTHERS OF CLOVERPORT Are Your Children Thin Puny and Ailing If So Read ThisI Yinol will make children strong robust and icsy or we will return yourII moneyIs a mother in Cloverport who will Iignore such generous offer as this You risK cot one cent We pay tor all the Yinol your child takes ir it does no good There are plenty of children all a round us who are thin puny ailing and tired all the time Dont want to do tnih and dont want to do that Do not blame the children they have ho strength no blood no vitality rapid growth takes all their strengthjj Vinol is just what our child needs It is a delicious cod liver oil preparation oreatesIstrentghvitality as nothing else can do =and after a severe sickness thtrn is nothing that will build your child up liso VinolMrs E M Oswalt of Mansfield Ohio writes My little daughter be came so poorly that I was obliged to take her from school bewas thin no appetite tired ail tho time and weak We had tried several medicines without benefit Since taking Vino however sho is as well as ever sho has gained in flesh has rosy cheeks HndI good appetite and is going to school every day We want to say to every mother in Cloverrort that Vinol will build your little ones up Into strong robust healthy children We have never sold anything equal to it in our store for this purpose and we will return your mcney if it tails Shout R Haynes Druggists The Epworth League gave an open social in the Methodist church parlors last Friday evening Raymond Pate has returned from Loaisvitlle the young lady accompanied by Clay comb met him there and they drove out the pnbllic road towards Branden burg 1Ky The young man piloted by John Simmons struck across the fields and met the occupants rf the DOggy here Jolly turned the young lady over lo the happy young man and they accom panted by Lonnie Dowell droe off for toe goal of their ambitions amid the heart cheers ot the crowd who had gathered and gave the officer the laughThe young couple met for the first time last evening their courtship hav lug been dcne through a correspondence agency The yocng mans name is Bertram Martin axe 22 of Snamico Wis and the young lady is MiesLetha Marshall age 18 of Ford sville L H Jolly I READ THIS Brownsville Tenn May 31 1001 Dr E W Hall Dear SirI have used your Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and have been very greatly benefitted by it and I can fully recommend it to any one suffering in the same manner Re spectfully Giles River Postmaster A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Teza Wonder Halls Great Discovery cnree all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregnlarties of the kidneys and bladder in both men And women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle IS two months treatment and seldom tails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufac turer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists FORDSVILLE Clarence Smith has returned from OwensboroMr Mrs R O Neel went to Owensboro last Thursday J J Jones and family of Owens boro visited in town last week Mrs W S Gains and daughter Anna are in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs S O Kean have gone to Hartford to visit their eon Cal P Kean Mrs Worth Smith who has been visiting relatives hero has returned to her home in Loitcbtield Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown I Democratic candidate for Congress was in town last week H ITgS RUN Adron Hawkins has bebn very sick Eli Chapin was in Stephensport Wed nesday John Hatfield was in Cloverport Tuesday on business Our Sunday school opened last Sun day with good attendance Several of our farmers delivered their tobacco at Cloverport last week I Misses Evie and Norma Millar were the guests of the Misses Jordan at NewI Bethel Sunday Mr and Mrs Milton Hawkins spent Sunday with his brother Silaa Haw kinsnear New Bethel UNION STARI Win Shellman and Jeff fonder left for Californi last week F M Cart had an oldfashioned log rolling last Tuesday Miss Allen expects to enter school at Hardlnsturtf this month Rev I C Argabright delivered a fine sermon at Shiloh last Sunday Miss Nellie Cashman has returned home from a visit to relatives in Louis villeMoses MoCnbbins Jr and Miss Marr of Uarfield were married last Thursday Mr and Mrs A F Cart called onjj Mr and and Mrs Cnarles Chrouch Sunday Miss Nell Basham was the guest of her sister Mrs Earl Basham one day last weekII landswere guests Singleton last Sunday I Miss Pink Ricketts has returned I home trom a visit to her aunt IrsII I Anna Hanks at Louisville f DO IT I Tho NEWS ono year and FARM JOURNAL five years fora DOLLAR BILL BARGAIN TIlE Twixs Thats what Mr R M Gronshaw calls them l Farm Journal is the best farm paper published Tho News is the paper in Breckenridgo county Gives more ncwsmoro of everything than any other Both are the best therefore twins And just a dollar too Send in your name and the d- ollarNOW I A man came over from Big Spring to Garfield and bought a yoke of oxen because he read this little want ad FOR SALE Two yoke of oxen 8 and 7 yours nice red smooth steers and well broke In Rood working shape D n Smith Garfield Ky The ad cost 28 cents It sold the oxen and other stock amount ing in all to over a cool hundred dollarsThis is the power of a News want ad in a nutshell Mrs John H Canary while coming to town to telephone to her nnsband in Louisville was Kicked by colt sustaining a broken ankle Martin Greenwoll ono of the men who where injured by the explosion of the Paul Mills boiler died last Thursday as a result ot his injuries OASZOBARears You Have Always Bout o thaY 4fP In Memoriam In memory of Elizabeth OConnall Her sorrowing parents and many bereived friends mourn her lose Heaven has gained one morshining jewel Death has summoned our darling And she rests beneath the sod Our hearts are full of sorrow Yet we have hope in God We know the Bible teaches of a 10 surrection morn when the saints f- Ood now sleeping of the spirit snail be born The brightest star has left your sky yet be not so cast down the SaVior wanted her above to sparkle in his crown The golden gates opened- A gentle voice said come with fairwells unspoken and she calmly entered home Miss Hallie Laslie Cloverport Ky April 0 1000 Jess Willie was at home from Lonis ville Sunday Take SeveR Million Dozes sold In pad 12 months T3S r rli I Golden Anniversary The News is in receipt of the an uounceinentlof the fiftieth anniversary of Capt and Mrs R T Williams marriage The News extends congratulations and wishes them happiness 1thtirIncrease Telephone Rates The Cumberland Telephone company being now without oposition for long distance communication trom Morgan field has increased the charge for messages to Henderson from ten cents to twentyfive cents and to other points corresponding advance has bees made Record Tobacco Load August Hagman of the Indian creek precinct in Hancock county was In the city today with one of the largest loads of tobacco of the season having on one wagon 8540 poands He came on the packet from Marshals Landing Mr Hagman says he and his neighbors will hold strictly to the Equity acreage limitation and that the recent satisfac tory distribution of money to those who pQoled in 1004 at Owensboro has greatly increased the Equity enthusi asm Mr Hagman is one or Hancocks iiqst enterprising farmers OweDsboro Inquirer Edward Harris is at home from Louis ville r To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative firomo Quinine Tablet Signature c8 r r Cures en Ifa Two DriysT on every bcx25c I