You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, April 18, 1906. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1906 brc1906041801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, April 18, 1906. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWSii t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT i VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1906 12 Pages NO 40 j NNNNO NON NNN4HN1 0 i0NNONONNNNNNO OUTH1ii j i I t LOWEST PRICES J t On all kinds of seasonable merchandise You had better come and convince yourself that it can be found right here in H Meyers store at Big Spring Every nook and corner of our store is filled up with the best things in merchandise I11Latest Wearing Apparels 1 ywV INif JJ The latest in Milli very the latest in White Goods Dress Goods Embroideries Vals and Laces L 4 u LV Most Stylish Mens Clothing i No better Clothing in the County than we sell Lowest prices always Best goods and latest styles always Full line of TROUSERS in latest styles at the lowest prices J Best Things In Shoes Best Shoes at the lowest prices Shoes for men women and children in latest styles Wool and other produce taken in exchange at reasonable prices tie MEYER 1BIG SPRING KY NN N HH N N NNN NM NNNN J MRS MINOR IS DEAD Mrs Vlllituu E Minor died at her home at Addison oti last Fiday after noon She had been nn invalid for two years Mrs Minor was slxtyeight years old Th funeral services were held Saturday by Rev B M Carrie of tbs city The Interment was made in the family grave yard The funerall was largey attended many relatives and friends coming from a distance Mrs Minor vas Miss1 Amanda Stopn ensa daughter of the late Daniel J Stephens of tills county tine was born Nov 20I18SW At the ago of sixteen joined the Methodist church and lived a devout Christian life until her death She entered Science Hill college at Sheloyville when ten years of age and remained there until her graduation Mrs Minor was married to the late James Burks and left a widow with three children In 1870 she was married to Mr Wil liam K Minor who survives her To this union no children were born She is also survived by per three children Mrs J L Long Miss Nellie Bnrks and Mr Dan Burks all at home and by a sister Mrs John Barks of Louis villa and by a brother Mr James Stephens of Holt and by William and Amanda Long grand children Mrs Minor led a consecrated life was a student of the Bible a worker m the church and a Sundayschool teacher for thirty vears She did much work in charity and was liberal in her gifts Her home has always i been known as one of the most hospital i in the county and many will look bacK i with pleasure upon the joyous days i spent at Mrs Minors in duvs of yow i Her smiling face and lovable disposi i tion made every one fell trnely wel timesithat hay been spent in the Minor homestead with this departed saintly woman as the queen The gladness in her tace und sweetness of her character i were her supreme virtues The pass i ing of this Christin life into the valley i of death just at Easter only to rise on the resurrection morn is a thought of cheer to those who compose the frag ments of the broKen family circle Those who attended the funeral from a distance were Mrs T J Minary Mrs Oeo G Fetter Mrs Geo Lin denburger all ot Louisville and Mrs Will Barrett Owensboro who were nieces of Mis Minor Mrs James U Stephens and Joan Burks Louisville Minor Stephens Lakeland Fla Will lam Long Louisville grandson Mr and Mrs W H Uowmer Mr and Mrs A B Suillrnan Mrs Jas T Skillman of Cloverport and Mrs Chas Minary of Springfield Ill Many beautiful flowers were sent by friends and brought to the home by neighbors The grave covering of flowers was beautiful DEATH ANGEL 1 AT EKRON 1 j HenryjMrs Walter Philpot April 11 Her 1 funeral was preached in Salem cburcb by Rev Dan Shacaletti and her re mains were buried in Brandenburg cemetery She leaves two small child ren that will never snow a mothers love We extend sympathy to the be reaved relatives And especially tolthe sorrowing husba- ndAHEAD OF- CLOVERPORT Hnrdinsbnrg Ky April 17On account of the passage of a stock law by the town council Mr Jobn P Has well Br will remove his front fence if a number of citizens would follow his example it would improve tae ap perance of the town very much Quarterly Report Quarterly report of J A Barrysec retary and treasurer of Cloverport M E Sundayschool south Jan 1 to March 81 1000 total collections 2389 Jan8 1 1000 deficit 83o March 6 paid on piano 8618 March 10 quarterage 828 Third Sunday col lection fttOO Total 13170 Cash on hand 7110 Grand total 2389 Enrolled Officers 3 teachers 12 scholars 108 Total enroled 123 aver age attendance 63 I 4 1IakinqPowd o Absolutely Pure A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It makes the most delicious and healthful hot breads biscuit and cake fREE FROM ALUM LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACIDI Alum baking powders arc unhealthful Do not use them for raising food under any circumstances So detrimental arc alum baking powders considered that in most foreign countries their sale is prohibited In many States in this country the law com pels alum powders to be branded to show that they contain this dangerous acid while in the District of Columbia Congress has prohibited the sale of all food that contains alum Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 10 cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents or 25 cents a pound and when not branded may generally be distinguished by their price TO HIS ETERNAL REST Walker Board one of the most prominent men in Breckenrldge county died at his nome in Clcverport at b oclock Wednesday night ot Briuhta disease alter an illness of mere than a yeai Mr Board taught school in Brecxenridge and Meade countes for nine yeats during his younger life and during the latter quarter of his life was prominent as a merchant at HoltBreckenridge county from which business he retired a year ago on ac countof illhealth WALKER BOARD n Mr Board was born August 22 1848 in Brandenburg Ky He received his education at Shelbyville and after being graduated went to Louisville whore he attended law school was graduated and was admitted to the hartIn spite of this fact however he did not practice his profession but soon went to Breckenrldge county as a teacher in the public schools For nine years be was in charge of schools in Breckenridjio and Meade counties thereby obtaining wide acquaintance In 1880 he married Mis Roberta Head ot Lodiburg the daughter of the late Rev William Head Mr Board moved to Holt Ky where he engaged in merchantile business in partnership with Gen A J Gross For nineteen years he success fully engaged in business at Holt for the greater part of the time represent ing the L H and Bt L railroad at that point In his business conneo tiops be extended his wide acquaint ance and became one of the most repu table citizens of the county About a year ago Mr Board retired on account of ill health and moved his family to Cloverport where be bad since resided I He was a prominent Methodist for several years and had been a member of the Jlovernort lodge of Masons No 133 more than thirty years Mr Board is survived by his widow and three children Harry H Board city ticket agent of the L H and St L railroad in Louisville and Misses Alice ann Lee Board A son Norris Board lost his life in a freight wreck last August- 1Ir Board joined the Methodist chnrcn about seven years ago and mov ed his membership to this city in Feo ruary 1106 He lived a consistent member and died a triumphant death His funeral was held from his nom en last Thursday April 12 being eon ducted by his pastor Rev B M Carrie of the Cloverport Methodist cburcb assisted by Rev J T Lewis of the Baptist church The interment was conduted by the impressive core monies of the Masonic lodgeot which he was a member led by Mr Leonard Oelze Mr Board was Held in high esteem by the whole of Breokenridge county There was donbtlesa a man in the county who had more triends than be Born ot an old and aristocratic tara ily and reared to his majority lid the lap of luxury he knew of the good things of life Mr Board has left behind a clean record and the memory of a spotless character Card Of Thanks We the members of tne family of the late Walker Board sincerely thAn i and will ever feel grateful to the gcocl people of Cloverport and vicinity for their Kindness and attention to him while sick and to the Mascns of whom he was a member wo will always cheerisb a fond rememberance of their great appreciation and the lats tribute of respect And to the doctor who 4 was so gente and tatentive wo appre ciaetelhis watchfulness and great inter l est in huband and father and will over appreciate a tender recollection The Knights of Phythias of whom our son and brother was a member we think of and speak of in the most kindly reel ings r Tbe Family J Berry Head of Lodlburg and Crayton Claycomb of Irvington at tended the funeral of Walker Board Thursday See Bhapinsky Bros extra large out and well made heavy blue denum over als and jackets 45 cents W WINCHESTERNUBLACK BLACK POWDER SHELLS The Nublack is a grand good shell good in construction good because it is primed with a quick and sure primer and good because carefully and accurately loaded with the best brands of powder and shot It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM J E KEITH ON u I THE SALOON In view of time approaching local option election in Olorerport I wish to state some plain fRet and sound warn inga to my friends and especially the plastic youth to avoid strong drink In 1850 fifty years ago I came to Clovorport from a tarn and entered school with some noblo young men and some ot them stronger in health and brighter in intellect than myself We were no worse nor better than any young men of that lay There were then three saloons in Clovetpoit one ct them was especially enticing and nice to young won Some eight or ten of us young men would meet there on certain nights and play cards for who should pay tor the drinks After awhile we wanted something stronger than winerIght here let me say the raatnke3 of my life have been many the sins I have committed have been more but the prayers of my mother for me when I was a little fellow ale ways haunted me when I would be in those convivial crowd It would almost give you a fever were I to tell you of the fate of some of those bright men and companionable young rpen too who died miserable deaths in povertv caused by the open saloon With its attractive temptations and its spacious hospitality it is the most threatening psril of our civilization in this country todav Law has been found powerless to regulate the whIsky trnflio in duo bounds The connection between saloons and lawlessness is in tliseolnbK The men who maintain themselves by the iniquity of debauch lug the appetite ot their follcwmen are deaf to reason They nre blind to the decencies of life and opjioeed to the HdiuliiutratioH of the law The point bis meD reached whim the good tea of the country have la v wAkened to the conviction that the only tiling to do with tbe ralooa witti its glaring deflnavce ut religion and laI wand its ttwlcee practice of creating appetites to young weD i to entirel- yI abolish whiskey from the lend The pienent race of drunkards way not be delivered hum tbeii thraldom hut the flupniv ot recruits from the blnetio youth will be cut off by M complete deHiructioh of this lhasiaeew Nearly all the whiskey men favor the enforc ing of the laws of bath Ood and roan agniurt mOlder adultery theft artBOa etc which laws at best are but practical preveatitivwi of tie evils lucuMoued and tben to oppose the plo li i M tion of the liquor truffle u not consistent which according to tbo tbfttesiwoari of our highest courts is largely the cause of tbe crimes of murder and etc uu l could uy its my altars btt more easily prohibited than any of them Let our Federal KOveiuuiMit and our state anti our mnnioipml governments lidence mur der tbeft arson etc with any tort of restriction or limitations possible t f impose then see how bard it will be far the authorities to enforce any sort of lowI law against them Our Federal government has never legalized but two great natural wrongs namely numan slavery and the liquor traffic Tnt lormor was a colonial harden entailed upon us and in 1802 the Federal government in trying to get rid of human slavery took up le galized and entered Into copartnership with a business far more damnable in Its featured than has been those of the blaok slave If the mon who enacted tho law that legalized the whisky traffic could go where whisky has done its worst and lifltonI to the speechless agony of its victim they would call upon the roul and the mountains to fall upon thom and hide tuom from the taw of tbe earth =What good does it do to eat if your etomachfails to direst the food None It does you barm causes belching sour stomach flatulence etc When tbe stomach fails a little Koilol Dys pepsla Cure after each meal will di ges what you eat and maKe tho stomach swoot All Druggists W H Bonnier was at Skillman last lednesday looking alter his farm Ki 4 Now a word to some ot our church members Say brother what are yon in the church If you are redeemed by the blood of Cnrlst you are in the church for a purpose and that is for the uplifting and blessing of humanity and we ohouM be renewed in the spirit of our wind and let no corrupt uommuuiatiou proceed out of our mouth We should keep the Sabbath day holy If we will do these things we will carry in our bosoms the key to all problems The sabbath day then will be a scource of strength and a fore taste of the coming time when tbe worked will cease from troubling and the weary oe at rest He who keeps the sabbath day holy will be like the weary pilgrim who found the place call ed Beautiful and who slept in a chamber called Peace and who arose in the morning to sing a hymn of praise to GodA church member or a Christian cinnot compromise or sacrifice princi pal and surrender conviction or compromise with evil and do evil tor some present and immediate gain What is the result of our evil doing Why our example and iniinence will effect others down through tbe years to come Our evil doing will go on bringing fcurtb evil fruit So my brother in Gods name and foi your sake do not let your influence be for or vote for a saloon in Cloverport In my opinion the man who supports the opn salcon hRS no Christian feelings and is succeeding in grieving tbe Holy Spirit He is not worthy even to Ia orlled a Christian Church mem bership should proclaim a Holy pur i pose The man who unites himsel- with the original body ot believers says to me old aisxiates what Joshua i said to Israel in his farewell address Choose ye this day whom ye will serve whether tbe gods which your fathers served which were cu the other sMi ot the host or the gods of the A monies in who e land ye dwell WIlliserveI RomonsI undIlICfIns to what constitutes a real Christian character Many seem to think that if they are orthidos which is whole aonnd doctrine that that constitutes them real Christians But this is n WbtMku idea The devil is orthodox He knows the truth but has not tbe spirit of Christ without which i none is truly a Christian 1 believe in the old fashion dootiine of a hell I go by the plain teaching of the Bible Having these opinions I do net be lieve that a man who is conscious of his obligations to his Creator cargo iutj a booth and take off his hat and repeat the Lords prayer tnon vote for the open saloon When you come to deliver us trot evil for thine is the power and glory for over if TOU do trample Gods words under your feet remember friendeyon must die and after death you wilt be summonsed to tbe judgement bar of God and without witnesses for or against you you will receive a righteous con demnation These thoughts ot mine gathered from different eeources are already Overly long and I will close by saying in early manhood I broKe away from tho drink haunt and had dear friends that continued Now these dear friends ate gone and at tbe sight of their graves I pray that they obtained mercy and pardon before their death Respectfully J E Keith HAS STOOD THETEST 25 YEARS The old original MOVES Tasteless Chill Toule You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tiistelass form No cure no pay 50c A temperance meeting was held at flutes Run last Tuesday night and one Sunday at 2 p m The temperance people say that Hates Run will co al most solid for local option Mrs Robert Polk was in Louisville Thursday YORK OF THE WORMS THEIR IMPORTANT PART IN THE HIS TORY OF THE WORLD Objects of Antlqult That Have DeeD 1fcncrrvil b Them Some of the Peculiarities of the Senses of tin Enrtlnvoritm The common earthworm despised hy- man j and heedlessly trodden underfoot fulfills a part In nature that would seem Incredible but for the facts revealed by the patient nUll long continued researches of Darwin Worms says Darwin have played a more 1m portant part In the history of the world than most persons would at first sup pose Let us follow Darwin and sell how this apparently Insignificant emu ture has changed the face of nature We will first consider the habits and mode of life of time earthworm A11 every one knows the worms live In burrows In the superficial layer of the ground They can live anywhere in a layer of eartlj provided It retains moisture dry air being fatal to them They can on the other hand exist submerged In water for several months They live chiefly In the superficial mold less than u foot below the sur face but In long continued dry weath er and In very cold seasons they may burrow to a depth of eight feet The burrows are lined by a thin layer of earth voided by the worms and end In small chambers In which they can turn around The burrows are formed partly by pushing away the earth but chiefly by the earth being swallowed Largo quantities of earth are swallowed by the worms for the sake of the decomposing vegetable matter contained In It on which they feed The earth thus swallowed Is voided In spiral heaps forming the worm castings In this case the worm obtains food and at the same time excavates Its burrows In addition to the food thus obtained half decayed leaves are dragged into the burrows mainly for food but also to plug the mouths of the burrows for the sake of protection Worms art also fond of meat especially fat They will also eat the dead bodies of their relatives They are nocturnal in hab- It remaining as a rule in the burrows during the day and coming out to feed atnightThe has no eyes but is affected by strong light if exposed to it for some time It has no sense of hearing but Is sensitive to the vibrations of sound The whole body is sensitive to touch There appears to be some sense of smell but this Is Urn Itcd to certain articles of food whisk are discovered by the worm when burled in earth in preference to other bodies not relished The worm appears to have some degree of Intelligence from the way In which it draws the leaves into its burrows always Judg ling which is the best end to draw them in by This fs remarkable in so lowly organized au animal being n degree of Intelligence not possessed by many mil mills of more complex organization seenfdragging objects along tnivcrscly in stead of taking them the easiest way As we have seen vast quantities of earth are continually being passed through the bodies of worms timid void ed on tie surface as castings When it is stated that the number of worms in nn acre of ordinary land suitable for them to live in in 53000 we can Imag ine the great effect which they must have on the soil They are III fact continually plowing the land At one part of time alimentary canal of the worm is n gizzard or haul imiKoiilur organ capable of grinding food into fine particles It Is this gizzard which is till main factor In trltu rating the soil mind it is aided by small stones swallowed with the earth which act as millstones In consequence of the Immenso amount of earth continually being brought to the surface by worms it snot dlillcult to understand how objects such as stones rocks etc lying on the surface will In course of time become gradually burled In the ground Owing to tho burial of stones and other objects by the action of worms ancient monu ments portions of Roman villas and other objects of antiquity have been preserved These have been gradually burled by the worms and so preserved from tho destructive effect of rain and wind Many Roman remains were studied by Darwin and traces of the action of worms found to which action their preservation was mainly due The sinking of the foundations of old build- Ings Is due to the auction of worms and no building is sate from this unless the foundations are laid lower than tho level at which the worms can work namely about eight feet below time sur faceAnother useful effect produced by worms is the preparation of the soil for the growth of seedlings By their agen cy the soil Is periodically sifted and ex posed to the air and in this way Is nblo to retain moisture and absorb soluble substances of use for the nutrition of plants Dr Jolinsonh Kim On the eve of leaving London for Canada Mrs Brooke who wrote The History of Emily Montague tho firstI novel written In Canada gave a fare well party Hannah More Johnson and Boswell being In the company Dr Johnson was obliged to leave early and apparently departed after wishing his hostess health and happiness Shortly after a servant whispered to Mrs Brooke that a gentleman was waiting below to speak to her Running downstairs the fair novelist found the yen erable lexicographer Madam said ho ponderously I sent for you down stairs that I mlgbt kiss you which I did not choose to do before so much company A Whistle Language They have a whistle language on Go morn island In tho Canary nrchlpelago They can whistle there ns articulately as a Bostonian speaks And since they can whistle very loud and shrill the Cameras can converse a long way off A Camera hunting a mile from home can ask his wife what there is for lunch and If the menu does not please him he can scold her and order a change quito as well as though he stood beside her The Gomeras talk in n singsong and their whistle language reproduces the spoken ones intonations For instance children nil over America have a taunt ing cry Hiss for shame Hiss tor shame- Everybody knows your name I This cry is not sung It is intoned And so tho Gouieras intone their gut tural language It would be quite easy to whistle the Hiss for shame cry So it is quite easy to whistle the Gome ras singsong language Cincinnati En qulrer Ilcyond the Limit I dont mind folks borrowing Bald Miss Hodges plaintively to nn old friend who was paying her a visit but Ive got an awful trying woman for a neighbor Just now She borrows such queer things Im most out of pa hence with her Shears and brooms and the flour sifter and Ironing board I spose said the guest who had known life in u country town Mercy me I dont count such things I said Miss Hodges Nor my best umbrella nor my carving knife I can make shift to get on without them for awhile any time But when she come over to borrow my diary the oth er day sos she could keep account of the weather and her hens eggs and so on till her husband came back from California she having given him hers to put down his expenses and sights in sos she could copy her record In from my book In the right place I declare I called It tho cap sheaf Youths Companion Take n Fre U Start As tho horses trot down to the wire In a long straggling line a race official bangs a bell and the whole field turns and goes back to try again A fresh start is necessary limit it Is not only on the race tracks that fresh starts are essential to the achievement of results There are countless Instances of busi ness firms taking fresh starts after visitations of misfortune Individuals without number dally turn their backs upon discouragements of the past and take a fresh start The man who falls is he who Is unwilling to do battle over again An Individual suffers ever lasting failure If when confronted by obstacles he refuses to gird up his I loins and take a fresh start Fresh starts are the foes of sluggishness and laziness and the guarantee of n brigh ter success than could be possible without them Baltimore Herald Her Method of Darning Time worst cnso of a henpecked man I ever saw said the traveling man Is up In my little native place among the Berkshire hills The hen In this case IIs a smart woman who runs n farm and keeps everything shipshape except her husband Sue Is content to let him get along In any old fashion so long as ho does not Interfere with her work One day he asked her iipol ogetlcnlly if she wouldnt darn at least one pair of his stockings for every pair lie owned had holos Site gave him a crushing glance and suld If every pair has holes wear two pairs and the good places in one will cover the holes In the other And she made him do It tooNov York Press Mexico IniiN In Mexico fans were used long be fore the conquest and when Monte zuma heard that time Spaniards had landed and wero about to visit him he soot for goldsmiths and lapidaries and ordered among other gifts which were to 10 offered to Cortes two feather fans ornamented with n sun and moon of highly polished gold Like the Japa nese and other ancient nations the Aztecs evidently considered the fan an emblem of authority for they generally placed It In tho hands of Ometeuctll god of paradise and of Totec the mili tary disciple of Quctzalcohuatl Weighing the Anchor A young lady who had no knowledge of nautical phrases asked a friend Do you know I often wonder why n ship has to weigh its anchor every time It leaves port Tho answer of her friend was not Illuminating Well ertime weight is constantly chang lng you know because of the er binnacles and things that accumulate on the anchor London News Ills Jubilee Judge Are you aware of any miti gating clrcumstancQS in your case PrisonerYes your honor This is tho fiftieth time I have been bore for vagrancy and I thought that perhaps wo might get up a small jubilee For Two Pins My wife told ino this morning that for two pins shed kiss me How affectionate No merely crafty Shes after two diamond hatpins sho saw in a jewelers window yesterday The IlCBomuInnce A wild goose has really some tea ton to be classed in courage with tho eagle In what respect It is sure to die gameBaltlmoro American Scorn no mans love though ot a mean degree Love Is a present for a mIghty king Much less make any man Ulna enemy Herbert if 9 THE COD LIVER PREPARATION wiTtibvt OL awriema w cs Vino1is fast superseding oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions because without a drop of oil or disagreeable feature it contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers By our process the oil having no value either as a medicine or food is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown away Unlike oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to the weakest stom ach and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength creator for old people puny children weak rundown men and women after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases Everything Vinol contains is named on the libel OUR GUARANTEE We have such faith in VINOL that If you will take it we promise if it does not benefit or cure you we will return you your money without question We take all the risk SHORT HAYNES DRUGGISTS Cloverport Ky t A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking WJE CARDUJ Womans Relief It will ease away all your pain reduce inflam mation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovar ian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try h- At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER DUE TO CARDUI freely and frankly telling us all your and nothing else Is my baby girl now troubles We will send free advice In two weeks old writes Mrs J P plain sealed envemope Address La West of Webster City Iowa She dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga is a fine healthy babe and we are Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn I both doing nicely 1 r A DASHING AuToMOBILE STORYyyv Aaamob stMotorCarbl By LOUISE CLOSSER HALE I romancetheAitu t no less a romanceI rr Mrs Ward a believer in the theory of the tenyear marriageextcontracts advanced by George Meredith goes with her indulgent dder husband on an automobile tour through France and Italy for the purpose of securing a divorce on the grounds of incompatibility by of temper which in reality do not exist It takes another woman 6at several accidents and the automobile to bring Mrs Ward to hertrproper senses coy With 36 Illustrations 10 of which are in Color by Walter Haloii tell 12mo Cloth 150 sent IIyour bookitlltr hasnt it the publisher will tend the toot pottagepond upon rtctift of PCt 1ifBin DODD MEAD COMPANY Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New York UnllD e RooOno t j 1 The Breckenridge News r v WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1006 SEED AND SOIL SPECIAL Hubert Vreeland Com of Agriculture already is planning a tour of the State in a special train for the purpose of educating the farmers along the newest i l lines of soil culture The special train will be operated after the fusnion of the Corn and r Altalfa Special which WAS run with such success last fall The trip this summer bowevar will be in tho inter est of seeds and the benettt of soil and will be called the Seed any Soil special Special lecturers who are known as authorities on the production and selecting of seeds and on the care of soils betterment and renewal of soils will be secured to accompany the train Tho train will be operated through the State for ten days or two weeKs CLOVERPORT OUGHT TO DO THIS The vagrancy law wbioh went into effect Monday has resulted in ridding the town of a large number of wortn less characters says the Logan County News and from present indications it eeems like this law is going to be the + est thing that ever happened to iussellville During the past week mo twenty five idol negroes mostly foldedflair innier Uelds Eleven others have Sen given nntil Monday to go to ork and the day of the vagrant in ussollville has come to a close Pea ple who live here must work No Drons Wanted is the sign on the Inter walls and the city authorities ire determined that none shall be tolorated From the standpoint of ood morals and rigid enforcement of raw Rnssellville is the cleanest town fin Kentucky savo none NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS r WILL BUILD FACTORIES The Directors of the Nortn Carolina Farmers Protective Association at a meeting held on March 80th in Dnr ham decided on the building of storage and drying houses and factories for the u manufacture of Tobacco and the Board of Directors is authorized to issue stock Some of the farmers DO hove the scheme can be carried through in time to become n factor on the markets during the reason to open with the next cropWestern lobacco Journal Penntdvania prouldy points to its itate capitol as the only one ever com pleted within the estimates of cost and all wno see the building say it is a case of handsome is as well as hand some does In calling attention to the fact tbat no money was nsed in Horace Greeleys presidential campaign the historian of the period overlooks the rathe sig nificant point that Mr Greeley lost out Mrs Lydia Sheldon and daughter of Canuelton went to Tobinspott Wednes day last to visit her sister Mrs Al varia Kyan who has Deen ill for me time The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths r There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep bottles bottle tIe byIltheart pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are the result kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from- a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and to hold urine and Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar sized You may II r hays a sample of this wonderful new dis r covery and a book that Many sudden I I often of th- kidneypoisoned i remedyIt scald of i tells all about It bothifomeot8Kmpaoot t sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Cot Binghamton N Y When writing mention jreading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mlstakoibut remember the Jt name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp YIonk I STOP WOMAN AND CONSIDER THE ALL- IMPOItTANT PACT That in address Ing Mrs Pink ham you are con privateills a woman whose eJ ence withwomens eases covers a g yearsMrs is daughterinlaw Lydia E Pinkham and for many years underherdirectionand ceaseshe has been advising sick woJ men free ofcharre j Many womenU I suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse knowing full well that they ought to have immediate assist ance but a natural modesty impel them to shrink from exposing them selves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician It is unnecessary Withou money or price you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation Women suffering from any form o female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs 1irridiam at Lynn Mass All letters are received opened read and answered by women only A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken Out of the vast volume o experience which she has to draw from haigainedhelp your case She asks nothing in return except your goodwill and her advice has relieved thousands any woman rich or poor isvery foolish if she docs not take advantage of this generous offer of assistance- If you are ill dont hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E PinkhamsVegetable Compound at once and write Mrs Pink ham Lynn Mass for special advice When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health so many women you cannot well say without trying itIt I do not believe it will help mo Give Union Depot Tne Ladies Aid Society and th Guild Society will give a play about June 8 Tne title of the play ieI Union Depot and the cast will in elude some of our Debt local talent Meade Messenger A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating pain II says A H Thames a well Known coal operator of Buffalo 0 I got no relief ftom medicine until I began taxing Foleys Kill 13 Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started the brickdustlike sub stance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new manI It has done me 1000 worth of good Foleys Kidney Cure will cure every form of kidney or bladder disease A R Fisher Rhode Island is planning a connected landscape gardening system that will take in threefqurths of the dwellings in the state What a cute miniatur- park Little Rhody will make Devils Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Tnen I was advised to apply Bncklens Arnica Salve and less that a box per manently cured me writes L S Napier of Rogles Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Scree lino magic 25o at Short Haynes druggists Shotser It was a strange experience said the huntsman As I asoemlwl the spiral italrs of the tower I saw shot falling like ruin around inc The shot tower was t 00 feet high At Its base there was a tank of water for tho shot to drop into If it fell on the earth you know It would bo lint lustond of round On top of the tower was a huge boiler filled jvlth molten lead The manager ladled the lend Into a perco lator a kind of strainer and thence it fell into the cistern of cold water 200 feet below It took It throb seconds to fall They monde different sizes of shot on the tower by using different perco lators big holes for big shot small holes for fine shot and so on The water In the cistern hind to be changed every little while It would have become so hot otherwise that It would have kept the shot soft New Orleans Times Deniocrat They Ilnrclj Fell Trees Most of tho Spaniards dislike to fellt trees or cut live timber of any sort and tills fact perhaps accounts for the giant trees of California The Span lards two centuries ago pushed their way through Mexico to California and sao the clearing of paths through the dense forests not a twig did their axes chop own Nor do the Spaniards transplanted to the now world over destroy timber They coutlnuo to build their 1 houses of stone and mortar at great expense of money and physical exertion when timber In abundance surrounds them out of which the could construct log houses as did othe pioneers at a minimum of cost and labor The Spaniard does not even fell trees for firewood but picks up dead limbs as they fall to tho ground or pulls them from the trees with hU lariat London Express f Lincoln Advice to Lawyer Discourage litigation was Lin coins advice to lawyers Persuade your neighbors to compromise when ever you can Point out to them how the nominal winner Is often the real loserIn fees expenses and waste of time As a peacemaker the lawyer hoi a superior opportunity of becoming n good man There will always be enough business Never stir up a litigation A worse man can scarcely be found than one who does this Who can be more nearly a fiend than he who habitually overhauls the register of deeds In search of defects In titles whereon to stir up strife and put money in his pocket A moral tone ought to be In fused Into the profession which should drive such men out of it It has been truly said that those words should be posted In every law ofllee In the land and it will be seen when Lincolns record Is fully exam ined that It was not a mere theorist who wrote them but nn active practi tioner of wide experience who lived up to his own teaching Frederick Trevor II111 In Century Samuel Johnson and Women Of marriage In the abstract Johnson highly approved Every man he said Is n worse nine In proportion as ho Is unfit for tho married state He approved of a roan contracting a sec ond marriage and considered It as a compliment to the first wife lie ac oncefbeen on the point of asking Mrs John son not to marry again She might well have granted his request without any fear of being tempted to break her promise Johnson ridiculed the Idea of a man being unwilling to marry a pretty woman lest he should have saidfI would prefer a pretty woman un less there are objections to her A pretty woman if she has a mind to be wicked can find i readier way than another and that Is all He had In fact made a profound study of wo men from every point of view And yet Johnson never took women quite seriously and would not hear of their assuming an equality with men either n mental or bodily pursuits Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually eularge merit of prostrate gland This is both paiufull and dangerous and Foley a the Oral sign of Bangor as it corrects ir regularities and has cured many olt men of this disease Mr Rcdne Burnett hook Port Mo write I suffered with enlarged protate gland and Kidney trouble for years and afteir taking two bottles of Foleys Kindey Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 011 years oldA R Fisner Thp pure toed bill is patiently wait ing its turn in Congress All of tbe cooks argeee in this instance that the thing to do is to let it simmer over t I slow fire- Dont tie a cough or a cold up in your system by taking a remedy that bind1 the bowels Take Kennedys Laxative Hocey and Tar It is aifferent from nil ether cough syrups It is better It opens the bowelsexpels nil cold from the system relieves coughs colds croup whooping cough etc An oldeChildren like it Sold by all druggists Cznr Nicholas refuses to reward his soldiers by giving them a preference in appionting to offio The COSHBCKS are not in the same class with through e riders A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander ot Cary Me who has found Dr Kings Lite Pills to beI the best remedy she ever tried tot keeping the Stomach Liver and Bowels in perfect order Youll agree with her if you try these painlies purifiers that infuse now life Guaran teed by Short Haynes JUlian has had to build somo no battle ships Those captured trom Russia were found to be nothing bu dock warmers TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tuko LAXATIVE IlltOMO Quinine Tablets Drug Ists refund motuy It It fulls to euro K W GROVES slrnaturo Is on one libox se- A million immigrants arrived in this country last year and enough over to matte a promising boom town qt inhabitants Will Interest Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kidneys are deranged Foleys Kidney Cure will euro kidney and bladder disease i every form and will build up and strengthen these organs so they will1 perform their functions properly No danger ot Brights disease or diabetes iif Foleys Kidney Cure is taken i time A R Fisher In twentysix American cities theI building permits last month represent ed a value of 40000000 The flow ot capital into now buildings in this1 country is one of the great investment features of the period i14J1r FOR I CURESWHEREAILEISE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good I to TmlffliifHlf iTJyffB fHiM H I CONSUMPTION iI HAD THEIR WITS WITH THEM How Grant Fooled the Enemys Picket Escape of Rachel Mme Rachel the great actress was resting alone in her dressing room one night preparatory to going on the stagn when a man suddenly entered and drawing a dagger said he was going to kill her if she did not at once marry him The actress saw at a glance that the man was mud and meant what he said So with the utmost coolness she repli ed Certainly I will marry you I wish nothing better Come with me to the priest at once I have had him come here for the purpose She took his arm and they want out togetner to where there was assist ance ot course and the man was immediately put under arrest An instance of groat presence of mind under a very different aspect of affairs was narratod to me by John Russell Young says a writer in the Grand magazine Once during the civil war when Grant was in subordi nate command ho was reconnoitring alone near the enemys lines Suddenly he found himself confronted by one of the Confederates pickets who was lor arresting blmCISLo sho said Grant with the utmost coolness cant you see 1 am reconnoitring in the en enijs uniform Dont make a noise I shall be back directly And he walked quietly away until out of the pickets sight then ran as nimbly as he could A similar piece of presence of mind under circumstances of great danger is related of Laurence Oliphant by Mr Innes Shand Oliphant once declared that his nerves were never more severely trlea that when he was attending a Socialist assembly in Lyonae as correspondent of the London Times It was whispered about in the mom tnat a spv connected with that paper was present said the mob suddenly arose to discover the introducer breath ing threats meanwhile which made Oliptmnts hair incline to stand on end That gentleman however hopped up with as much eagerness anyrjodyjand searched carefully under the benches as if he lcnged for nothing so much 1lie to discover the alleged spyNew Suny If you over bought a box of Witch I Hazel Salvo that failed to give satis faction the chances are it did not have the name E C IJbWitt Co printed on the wrapper and pressed in the bax The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores boils tetter cracked hands eta For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles it affords almost immediate relief It i stops the pain Sold by all druggists With plenty of strawberries and new i rhubarb in market the average citizen i ought to be thankful that he IB not i limited as J Pierpont Morgan le to a diet of brown biscuits and tish READ THIS Brownsville Tenn May 31 1001 Dr E W Ball Dear SirI have used your Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and have been very greatly benefitted by it and 1 can fully recommend it to any one suffering in the same manner Re sptctfullyGiles River Postmaster A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery curse 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 agCiatwwjli bo sent by mail on receipt of 1 treattment and seldom tails to perfect cure DO E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Sold by all druggists i i Peace in politics whispered Sam 0eel J Tilden Why yon might as well expect harmony in hell Municipal Thrift On the way from one town on Cap Cod to another a contributor to the Boston Transcript came upon a cliann ning house by the roadside which Im mediately claimed his attention It bore a fresh coat of white paint which was well set oft by green blinds There was n smooth piece of lawn In front a hamn mocks piazza chairs brilliant sofa pil lows sad all tho adjuncts of summer comfort In luxurious profusion Whose place Is this ho demanded or tho boy of twelve who accompanied 1him as guide and adviser In general That there said the boy Oh that theres the poorhouse The poorhousa the man exclaimed You seem to have luxurious paupers In this town Well you see was the explanation we haint got but one n shes an old woman mm the overseers they board her out with one o time neighbors n noslton I U 1 t f W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier- F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident CHAS B SKILLMAN AsstCashier The Old Reliable 1 i Breckinridge Bank S Organized 1872 1 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Deposits 20000000 Insured in ovory way fold Protect- edI by tho volt Ititost Equipment IIInterest paid on time deposits 1 great and smallsolicitediiBusinessfg oeoeea oeismmottacocm QeeoOGQ oQ 1 11s ttsa ed4404 e+61144444440 9 GOooo 440044044440444440- x + iI Bank of Hardinsburg Surplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 OFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M IHEARD Cashier PAul CUMPTON Assistant Cashier o DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F A M Kincheloe D S Richardson ftDrInsured against loss by fire or burglary BeardII t Interest paid on time deposits NO O O OO ON O O O N O O N404444 0 First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden n H KEMPER cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms nnd Individuals solicited IInterest Paid on Time Deposits i 89C F THE I Illi Fifth Avenue 1 I HOTEL I Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr h i J The most centrally located and only j firstclass hotel ID the city making a 200 rate 1Only1 shopping district and two blocks from principal theatrestIthe Street cars pass the door to all parts iiiiof the I cltvIEverything neat andlclenDi I 100Figan acre You would do it OnIfyou ran buy the 100 laud for X10 somewhere else the proposition iis just ai good I FarmsYou can buy it in the Southwest shouldnt you do it 1 I IWhyre copies free of our Texas mid Oklahoma iiA HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg 51 Louis M- oL I II0 7 = u IIIIBD IL- i MYSTIC SHRINERS EXCURSION To LOS ANGELES Why not join the party One fare for the round trip to Los Angeles or San Francisco Tickets will be on sale i APRIL 25 to MAY 5 inclusive Final Limit JULY 31 1906 Choice of Routes Liberal Stopovers Cheap side trips to practically every point of interest en route Exact rate from your home town on request lcOUIREIIOEO II LEE II I Gen Pass Agt Dist Tray Pus Agt Little Rock Ark Cluclnnatl O BRECKENR1DGE NEWS INO D and V G BABBAQE Editor and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday cripUon Price f100 a year or fl85 If paid at the end of year a CARDS OK THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the ate of 5 ants per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is Dot correct uleafce notify us = When ordering a change iIn the address nbscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address TWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY April 18 190- 6ANNOUNCEMENT For Congress We are authorized to announce the liON DEN JOHNSON of Nelson county liS n candidate for Con rc s InConcsslonal lstrlct subJcH to the action ol the Democratic party Our Farm Journal offer still holds good Come on with those shade trees Its getting warm- Breckenridge county should not feel lonely in its road trouble even In Jefferson county they are sharking that graft has been playing a prominent part in the conntys road workings Ever thought about how nice it would be to have a bright sunny little farm paper coming into your home every month bringing with it goof cheer and happiness and helpful information as to how to raise your and everything about pigs and tows the farm Send us a dollar We will send the Farm Journal five years the Could yOU ask forsews one year anything better- Uniontown is complaining of her alma tram wrviJp Olorprpntt howII ever can make no complaint The Henderson Route is run br men wno give in return for a dollar one hund red cents worth of service The men behind the Henderson Rontefrom Col Attilla Cox down are as worthy sot of men as can be fonud any place and they always make rood When we get our truck garden all Inthe alfalfa sowntbe sweet corn growingwe are going to invite some of our farmer friends in and show em how we handle the hoe And Hubert Vreeland well have him down here to show him about And there Is our friend Bert Cunningham well show Him how to make apples and peaches grow If Ed Ogleeby will send us a few cow pea seed a ro v in our gar den will be devoted to peas ThA News sincerely tiusts that the Uilller BricK Tile Company will be successful in making brick now that they have gone to a very great expense and equipped the plant with modern improvements On the making of good brick of course depends the success of the undertaking Mr D Stewart Miller Jr is to be congratu ated upon his splendid worK in over hauling the plant which required courage as well as knowledge and money Mr Miller is above all an hon eat and practical man and we wish him well THE GAXG RULES Tho gang rules Whether or not the majority of the voters in a certain district want a man appointed road supervisor or notthey must not have him The gang nags you pays take what we Ivowe are running this damn county How long will the people of Breckenridge county submit to this How long will we sit bauk and let politicians take our taxes and pay political debts with them Right now we are doing this The gang at Hardmaburg has told every man in Breckenridge county through the list of the appointments of district road supervisors that theythe gang are running Breckenridge county that they are taking our road tax and divid ing it among politicians on a pretense that they are doing it for the good of the county The whole push of offi cers at Hardinsbnrg save one lodge Moorman make up the gang and in the appointment of district road super visors ordered the supervisor to ap point the men whom Ley wanted in office the men who helped elect them This is what the taxpayers of Brecken ridge county are getting todaythis- sir is what the majority of you vbted for in November and you are getting twofold value for your vote rood roads good nothing Brecken ridge county will never be anything along as the present gang at Hardins burg or any gang of politicians are left to run our affairs for as They cure not about our wellfare Money is what they want and they are getting it Tne News says to the men who elected these politicians to take your medicine your slow poisonand say nothing This is what you voted for in November andI you are getting it in twofold returns Take your uiedi cineNothing will relieve indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol Dys pepsia Cure digests what you oat and allows the stomach to rest recuper ate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore the stomach and digestive organs to a full performance of their functions naturally Sold by all druggists Mrs J A Stephens went to Owens toro Wednesday last to visit Mrs Annie Adams EKRON Born to the wife of Will Robertson April 5a girl Born to the wife of Noah Squires April 13a boy John Rod Shacklette and sister Miss Nellie visited the nome of Mr June t McUhee at Brandenburg Saturday and SundayMiss Nellie Stub and Miss Sallie Williams are visiting friends in Big SpringDr June Sbacklette was at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Gertrude Allen was in LouIs- ville Friday P P Arcnie and daughter Miss Malissie spent Tuesday very pleasantly with Mr and Mrs Z T Cox Miss Cora Dowoll left Sunday to MrsHaynesTl1dg91I F Woolfols of Brandenburg was here Sunday to see Mr Dan I RobertsMr Mrs Ed Dowell of Big Spring spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs R A EnsonMrs E Guedry and mother Mrs Elbeit left Sunday to visit relatives in Louisville Mrs Elizabeth Roberts spent Sun day at the bed side of her brotherin law Mr Dan Roberts Mr Boyd Haynes and sister Miss Emma Allen ot Groveland were here shopping Saturday Mr Jhnmie Shacklette has charge of Mr Bratches room in the school here while Mr Bratcner is nursing his brother William who has typhoid feverMrs tonotaine of Stiths Valley was here Friday the guest of her brother Dr Stitn Mr Bunnies Shacklette who has been very much indisposed tot some time ie improving- Mr Dan Robertson is critically ill suffering from another stroke of par alysif Arthur Scott of Hardinsbnrg was toe guest of Rev Dan Shacklette last weekMrs Dr Waifield ot Oklahoma who is visiting her daughter Mrs Ida Frymire spent Sunday with Mrs Dick FrenchFor SaleA nice lot of carpet rags ready for the loom by the Ladies Aid at Ekron A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Itllnd Bleeding Protruding Piles Drucclstft are authorized to refund money If toIdaysCHENAULT Mr and firs J C Brodie returned from Hardinshurg Saturday Miss Veroing Manning closed her spring term of school here Friday Miss Roberta Brodie who nas pnea monla is improving Several from here attended Easter services at St Teresas Sunday Mrs Obe Bennett returned from Louisville last week NEWS ITEMS FROM ANDYVILLE AndyvilleKy April 14 John Suel typhoidfeverThe remains were entered in Cawley cemetrey His parents and sisters survive him Mrs Nannie Chism of Wolt Creek is no better Mrs Mary Owings is able to be out again John Kendall of Boeohland is able Improved Miss Frank Conway of Bombay will return from Louisville in May I Mrs Willie Osborne has applied for the postoffice at Andy ills B F Singleton CASTORIAI For Infants ODd Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Bignatura 4 Sof CaStyfCZcZfc NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SAMPLE Farmers are on the hustle now pie paring for a new crop Miss Nannie Pate is very ill at this writingW Dowell of Oak Hill West Va Is here prospecting He thinks he will locate in Kentucky Jess Miller was in Hardinsbnrg last week attending the Clark trial E L Dowell had an old fashioned log rolling Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Crib Bennett spent Sunday in Irvington the guest of their sister Mrs John Arnold Mrs James Armstrong was called to Stephensport Saturday at the bed side of her little nephew Willie Her rett Brown who is very ill of pnea moniaMr and Mrs J C Weedman visit ed at Lodiburg Sunday Jesse Walls was here Saturday L Springer and family Hpent Sunday in Stepbensport the guest of Mr and Mrs John Cbafflee Carl Armstrong spent Saturday and Sunday here the guest of her parents- F R Dowoll of Hardiusbnrg visit ed at Beach Hill Wednesday JollyWillwas in Louisville last Tuesday on business AND SHAPINSKY BROS IS THE PLACE i Shapinsky Bros is the place to buy because their prices are the lowest and goods the best our direct connection with urnishingr 4 I Goods Manufactures enables us to buy goods cheaper than any store in Breckcnridgo County Wo do not pay profit to middle menwe save you that we have but one profit where other stores must sell goods to pay the several different profits of middle men Every article we buy comes direct to us from our factories We assure you the best quality the Ilowest prsces the most servicablo and stylish goods r H CLOTHING We sell 20 suits foi 15 and 1250 They are stylish and made of the best quality of material Wo have the largest assortment of suits and trowsers in Brecken ridge County I SHOES Shoes that sell eel where for 350 are selling here for 250 The swellest stock in town The latest cuts in oxfords and shoes j SHIRTS Regular 1 shirts with cuffsattachedand detached plaited and plain bosoms finest material and an endless variety of patterns We will sell as a flyer at 50 cents HATS AND FURNISHINGS Endless bargains in hats collars ties and every thing in mens furnishing goods SHAPINSKY BROSCL- OVERPORT KYiJune Baumaand family have moved to WtldonJJ A car load of hogs was shipped fromII here to Louisville last weekISample has a new preacher the Kev Hays of Central City He delivered a tine sermon on last first Sunday Dew Dro- pSTEPHENSPORT J Mr and Mrs J C Brodie passed through town Saturday en route toJJ their home in Cbenault Mr Brodie had been in Hardinsbnrg receiving medical treatment We are glad to know that Allen J Lewis is improving Mrs U W Payne has returned I from Louisville J Quite a lot of ties aro being loaded at this place Miss Esther Payne came home from Hardinsbnrg to spend a few days with her parentHII Everything new and nobby in spring hats at Mrs W J1 SchoppsIMrs G W Payne is on the sick list I Miss Bell Conn came home Saturday and returned Monday to Hardinsbnrg Mrs E Blain and son William have returned from Florida where they spent the winter We are having quite an Interesting I meeting it the M E church May it still continue r MrsE Blain Mrs J S Adair Mrs Pike Conq and daughter attendII ed the funeral of Mrs Minor at Addison Saturday Miss Esther Payne returned to Bar dlnsburg Monday Andrew Gilbert and Miss Rat I Masey were married at the bride- home Sunday evening by Rev Gib bons Every body seems to be taking ad vantage of these lovely spring days andI have gone to gardening The little children of Eigah and Ed Brown are sick at this writing Our scnool is progressing nicely withI Miss Zelma Lay as teacher Mr and Mrs Henry Pouk and dau ghter have arrived from Washington Ind to spend a few days W Blain was in Patesville a low days last week on business Business seems to have revivedI in our old town and everything is moving along nice We aret glad to see the smiling facej of Miss Ida Jarrett oehind the count er at liW Paynes again BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Herbert Cain and D C Heron are SICK t Dr P W Foote was at Kira Saturday on business fit IJ S Stith of Stubs Valley attend ed church here Sunday Miss Ona Adkieaon is clerking fo G E Morris d Co guestofSundayI lasMiss Ola Mae Shnemat near Big Spring Mr and Mrs Fletcher Banforc MrsCharlesreturnetoMrsBlanfordMiss Mary A JimyWittf Snnday fo a visit to Mrs at WeDstej and Mrs Tate in Louisville- G W partialmornlugIrvingtonspentmother GustonwlthMrThe W F M S will hold its mon thly meeting Friday afternoon at 20oclock All the members are urged t j attendMr and Mrs John Cox Qua ten were guests at H C Cains Sunday j AP packageJnlian 4rr 1m Th+ IIi- i IvhV hVI al I Huh ei THE BRECKENRIDGE J- it NEWS 9 h aMAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AlKIL 18 Kjo6 PART TWO WHISTLES TOO NOISY WOMAN PHILANTHROPIST WOULDr PRBVBXT UNlECISS1tR1DIS TURItANCB OF SICK Mrs Isaac L Rice a Wealthy New Yorker States that Half of the Yast Hubbub Raised by Boat Whistles Is Useless Mrs Isaac L Rico Is one of the fow rich and influential women New York who is constantly lookin after tho needs and comfort of thos0 less fortunato in the awarding of tho worlds goods than herself Mrs Rico is a philanthropic woman who has never permitted her wealth and comfortable surroundings to blind her to the want and suffering around her and has recently been making a strong effort to have at least ono nulsanco abateda nuisance manylivesThis lit the constant and as Mrs Rice declares the unnecessary blow ing of whistles and signals in Ne York harbor Night and day these I Ii car splitting whistles and sirens can tbbe heard for a distance of thirteen and a half ml1es over the city andiiI Ithrough careful investigation Mr Rico has found that hundreds of In valids in hospitals and nervous women In homes are driven almost to distractionFrom palatial home in New Yorks most exclusive resident section Riverside Drive Mrs Rice has gone forth to Investigate this andI see if there were not some means by which the sufferings of the poor una invalid people might be relieved She first took her case to the au thorities In New York who told her any remedial measures were withoutl their Jurisdiction and that she must make an appeal to Washington Leaving her handsome home inl Now York Mrs Rice went to Washing ton and laid the matter before thoI I Department of Commerce and Labor She told tho officials of tho department I of tho 14000 sick people in I New York whose suffering was madeI I two fold by this unnecessary noise I she told how nervous men and women were unable to get sleep because of t tho continual piercing shrieks of thei river boats and she told them too how river men themselves had said that so many unnecessary signals in duced collisions I Mrs Ricos fight was not against 1 the lawful signals but against the innumerable blasts that were sent out as particular meanings to river men and their crews Scows coming up the river would begin blowing two miles down and never cease until they reached their wharves This was a warning to their crews to mako ready to get out For weeks and weeks Mrs Rice worked to havo all but necessary sig C 0 lllccMRSnals done away with and when she finally took her plea to Washington tho investigation was apparently a most thorough ono but the Department of Commerce and Labor ruled that the matter was one which came under the jurisdiction of the state of New York and not that of the Federal GovernmentThis and sympathetic woman still working for the comfort of New York poor and suffering and is gradually gathering to ether her forces to bring the matter to the notice of Congress She believes this can be done and Is inllstinpr to her support members of tho New York de legation that they too may take a hand in abating the nuisance Mrs Rice is an attractive woman always smartly gowned and glvlmg Gal 9 Newspaper every evidence of having a goodly share of tho worlds best but beneath heart which aches to see the suftering round her and the unnee Marx j00uee Woalth confetti and tho means to lire oat her LMo1 In onse havo taught Mrs Rico the happiness which those can things bring and she is doing everything in her power to bring these same attributes into the lives of New York unforuuates whose positions do not warrant a protest but whose rest and comfort mean much A SCARLET FEVER SURE Big Success Claimed for Remedy by Dr Luhan IfA new treatment for scarlet fever which ho says has had a long sett 0of victories and no failures In its strug gles with the disease for nearly eight years is now offered as a free scion tific contribution to the medical profesi sion by Dr 1 F C Lillian of East Seventysecond street N Y Noticing that most deaths from the disease were tho result of paralysis of thoj heart ho devised a treatment for the blood and for the kidneys which pro vents anaomla or destruction of the red blood corpuscles and also preventsi kidney complications Tho physician in speaking of hisi saidwAs to my treatment Tho germs of scarlet fever diminish the red blood corpuscles Anaemia next sets ini through the poverty of tho blood andI Alstreatment is curative and eliminative In tho first four days of the disease prescription No 1 increases tho iron In the red blood without impairing the function of the kidneys The ingredients of No 1 and also another substance acts on tho kidneys in a way as to cause the red suchI which havo been destroyed by tho ease germs to be eliminated from the blood Often these dead corpuscles cause congestion In the interior mechanism of tho kidneys which turns into Brlghts disease Tho extra oxygen In tho blood prevents paralysis of the heart which is due to the presence in tho blood of carbon monoxide I always Insist that as soon as evidences of tho disease appear tho pat lent usually tho patient Is a child be bathed in warm water and then placed In lightest and best ventilated room of its home The medicine must bo purchased only of reliable as it must be perfectly pure and con tain no chemical likely to depress the heart action It must be kept In an amber colored bottle as It is affected by the light While there aro no poisons used in the preparations the med Icino should be thrown away after the patient Is well and renewed when needed again English IVomaa Pollliaiau Tho considerable part which women play in politics Is well expressed by the London Mall in an article upon the recent death of Lady Grey wife of Sir Edward Grey Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs It said In part Even apart from her devotion to her Ga ne Irs ere I ISAAC L RICE is earnestly druggists husband sho was the keenest possible Liberal politician though tho daughter of an old Tory squire Major S F Wid drington whoso ancestor is men boned In the ballad of Chevy Chase and her personal popularity in the Border Country was responsible for much of its liberalism For Sir Ed ward she worked incessantly and bril liantly from his first political cam paign two months after his marriage In 1885 down to the last battle from whose triumph she had been so trag ically called away Lady Grey had a large desk at Pal loden devoted to political papers answered many of Sir Edwards letters i frequently took notes at his opponents meetings of points In the speechesi which she thought needed replyI Lako Titicaca Peru is the highest navigable lake in tho world It Is to be tapped to provide electric power for the Peruvian railway and manufactur ing plants FAVORS FOURYEAR TERM IIOURKB COCKRAX DECLARES ITr WILL INCREASE BEFIC1BSCT OF TUB HOUSE Under Present Two Years Term- Ite Says More Time Is Spent i Looking for Reflection than i Law Making for the Nation Bourko Cockran of New York who has introduced a constitutional upends ment making tho term of office of a member of the House four years Instead of two years as at present be Ilcvcs that such a change from exist- Ing conditions would be all that is es sential to establish the predominenco of the House over the Senate if the House only saw fit to exercise the power lodged in it by the Constitu tionDiscussing tho subject recently Mr Cockran said Thorn is but ono change one amendment that in my judgment could possibly increase the consequence or capacity of the House to de fend itself and that will bo simply the question of tho terra of a member I am perfectly willing to admit that as at present constituted where a mem ber is chosen for two years we ore placed in the position that just as soon as a member takes his seat in Congress and begins tho discharge of his duties he is at once thrust in tho throes of a contest for reelection A HON DOURKE COCKRANI No man can do his duty ia Congress wholly and completely when his mall is charged with information that concerns not the duty at hand but the prospect before him In Ills own district If Congress is to bo a demo cratic body and to achieve the power which was intended to tho end that this constitutional system may bo safe I and prosperous the members should at least havo ono or two sessions In which they would be free from tho dis traction of a campaign for reelection Apart from that thero is no power tho constitution could give that it has not given us- THE CARPENTERS SQUARE History of Its Invention and Manu facture Carpenters who use the common steel square a very necessary ad junct to their trade perhaps give lit tie thought to how when and where this article was first produced While there arc millions of squares manu factured and used annually all over the world when tho nineteenth century was born thero was not one in ex istence Ono dull rainy day Slier Howes a poor Vermont blacksmith who lived in South Shaftsbury was called upon by a peddler of tinware to shoe a horse These peddlers traveled up and down tho country calling at every farm house buying everything in the way of barter This one had a number of worn out steel saws that ho had picked up at various places Howes bargained for them shoeing the peddlers horse and receiving the saws In payment and each thought he had an ex cellent trade The blacksmiths idea was to polish and weld two saws together at right angles thus making a rule or measure superior to anything then in use After a few attempts he succeeded in making a square marked it off into inches and fractions of inches and found that it answered every purpose that ho intended IIt for In tho course of a few weeks during his spare hours he made a number of these squares which ho sent out by peddlers who found every carpenter anxious to buy one Soon ho had orders coming in fastpr than ho could supply tho demand One of his steel squares would sell for 5 or G which was five times as much as it cost him Ho applied for and obtained a patent on his invention so that no ono else could deprive him of the profit it gave him It was just after the war of 1812 and money was scarce and difficult to get But he worked early and late and as he earned money ho bought iron and hired men to help him In a few years he was able to erect a large factory and put In machinery for the making of squares which by this time had found their way all over tho country and had made their Inventor famous Such TM the small beginning o1 a r H ja ee and Important industry Pee plo camo rallca to see the wonderful forges tho showers of sparks flying from beneath the heavy hammers and to listen to tho din of the thousand workmenSilas lived to be a mllllonarc and he did a great deal of good with his money Squares arc still made on wasnyears ago CROSS ZEHRA AND HORSE Prince of Abyssinia Sends bjg Afri can Zebra to U S Governincnt The Department of Agriculture will he able to conduct further experimen tal work along breeding lines through the gift to tho GoTcrnmont of an Abys sinian zebra which has been present ZEBRA PRESENTED TO PRE5IUENT THE PRINCE ABYSSINIA ed to the United Statcs by Has flak onan prlnco and governor of Harrar Abyssinia Upon arrival this coun try the zebra was taken to Washing ton in a steamheated express cur and was placed In tho Government ante lope house adjoining the cage occupied by Dan the first Grbvy zebra reach the United States The new arrival is a young animal and well and stock ily built Ras Makonen some years ago set the whole of Europe In a fright and start ed tongues awagging over the black peril by defeating and wholly destroy ing the Italian army of Gen Albertonl sent against Abyssinia by the Italian which had at that time great schemes of colonization on hand Win Makonen is a great friend and ad miner of Consul General Skinner by whom ho sent the zebra The experiments which the of animal industry will soon conduct with the aid of this zebra may stand forth as among tho most important of modern times Certain English investigators along with Baron Parana a Brazilian planter have already demonstrated that the hybrid offspring of the horse and Burchells zebra In herits from tho latter parent Immunity certain diseases which are particu larly fatal to horses asses and mules and that they furthermore are valuable as pack and artillery animals J CHICAGO OF THE SOUTH ATLANTA BECOMING GREAT INDUSTRIAL AND DIS TRIHUTIXG CBXTHB Story of a Northern Man Who Went to Georgia and has Nearly Over turned Old Southern MethodsIs One of a Type nv WILLIAM B SMYTIIE Atlanta Is the Chicago of the South except that some of tho people ot that enterprising city put It the other way anil tell you that Chicago Is tho Atlanta of the Middle West In either ease the point remains the same And the point is that Atlanta Is full of new men new Industries new buildings end the new spirit which Is making a New South In mingling with tho 1THE GREW THE BY OF u in to is Government Bureau to FAST A men 01 that splendid city nothing hm pressed me so much as tho pride they take in relating tho achievements of somo of the bright men who have come down from the North to join hands with the old native stock in de veloping tho country They told me of one remarktblo man who camo from Now York In 1876 and proceeded to mako himself a leader in soveral different lines of work all of which aro related to the prosperity of the whole region rather than to that of an individual or of a single community The story is well worth telling because it shows that human resources are quite as import ant as the material advantages which are usually grouped under the head of natural resources such as climate countrImayter but it must find the genius to use them in the best wily before it can he n great country This fact is fully appreciated In Georgia which Is con sequently proud of the enterprising men it has attracted into its citizenship from othor parts of the United States and anxious to get more of them The Cure for Weakness Mr Benjamin W Hunt was the credit man for a great New York establishment which did au extensive business with the South and had mMe a fine start in L commercial career when his health began to fall thirty years ago He decided the best way to save his life was not to become an idle traveller or professional health seeker but to find a good climate and plenty of interesting work That by the way is the scientific way for a weak man to become strong provided he begins in time The West is full of men who have done it and they have made remarkable history for this country as well as for themselves- Mr Hunt has studied the climate K many parts of the world and thinks there is nono better than Middle Georgia But as I read his story as he has set it down at the request of his Southern friends I conclude that any country would be good for him which furnishes an opportunity for empirebuilding and that ho would languish in the best climate if there were no big thirds to which he could set his hand Here in his own words you may see tho true spirit of tho empirebuilderNatives old settled parts of the world fall to understand the irresist iblo attraction of new countries to men of energy selfreliance and forr Such persons are really and truly creators They make meadows of swamps create farms from wIlderne s establish cities where commerce dp mands markets build court houses and churches found schools and col leges Everywhere they go they ear ry the seeds of civilization This work of creation goes on indefinitely No matter how rapid tho growing there is constant additional work to be pushed on In a new country That is the Idea in the abstract Mr Hunt has shown what it is in the concrete by building a railroad establishing a cotton mill and a bank and inaugurating other commercial enterprises But this is not his great est contribution to Southern progress Any man can do those things if ho has capital or can command it but there are other things which can only be done by the man who possessesI faith indomitable perseverance and genuine Interest in humanity Became a Live Stock Builder I Georg1Isoil because it seemed to pack the clod into a hard brick substance More over the Southern cattle lever was a constant menace This Northerner thought that Georgia ought to be the home of fine horses and cattle an4 proceeded with a series of experi ments to demonstrate tho possibilities of tho business He went to the Island of Jersey to select the best stock and now the blood of his herd is la evidence all over the South as well as in Cuba But before this result was achieved he had to do some good scientific work in learning how to make his cattle immune against dis easeHe discovered the germ which car red the contagion and the cattle tick jwayshowed his neighbors how to improve the pastures by planting grass so that tho touch of the cows foot Instead of being a curse Co the land has made tho farms glow with shimmering green and plenty to quote his words Hero was a bigger achievement than tho building of cotton mills and rail roads because it showed thousands of peoplo one way to become prosperous on small farms It literally added millions to tho wealth of the South But the enthusiastic man from the North did not stop there He thought Continued on next pager 2OOOOIN CASH PRIZES FREEPrizes are Given for Sending us Subscriptions but THIS S2OOOO IOtherI PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED ON MAY 16 ABSOLUTELY I to the persons sending us tho neatest correct solutions I ArrT1IIe Iho Gt Itllrra pnrd oudoentre gimoeiAnttth1ZFamas ot iix We rould go on and point lo hundreds of names of peopleI rdtlrs 01 tile i mini states l an aa1roUlour confetti below to those who seiil m the neatest solutions wilt to given Prierbut can till workedSecondgoldon dtn7 is IlrltThird rrUe Prize 83OOO SI3OO In In old Fourth out by an alert and deTer person and It will amply pay yon to TRY 13001rize in Gold Ton ASD SPELL our THESE CITIES prates oral energy nowadays Ifucir OOdolnold WinyEtP Lrizor llltiuccLh Milkare winning many golden prizes Study It very carefully and let ns Inn n Totnl or Two hundred Dollnre In Prizre nont laJlllIttoee srnd if lU are clerrrI and smart enough to loell out the titles We usANY MONCY wire 10uanWrrthllaltrllltmrntather Uwould rather take this way of adTertising onr eicellent Magazine ban tIT no condition to serure any aile of the these pmes of tile Ilir six LK dtie M Ii OtUIthe letters In pending many thousands of dollars In other foolish ways We freely end- eachgroapcanonlytaueadTil K CO TaI rIn preparing as many names times as they appear and no letter cheerfully glie the money sway Tot MAY WIN We do not care who eaolJeuleol that del not appear After you hate found the sIx rnrreLgetUbemooel TO PLEASE OtR READERS IS OUt DELIOUT The names you will hITeueeteeer7 letter lnthetiezarDyCIwtaayumtaattMagazuJo queaUoo la Can OU get tho coneet lolutlon It you ran do so wdlethea- ppears there prizes AUt tIIVIS ofsautewo WUb to bare our ot the cities and your full address orougbt prominently to the attention OarpllIn a letter and mall It to us and everyone living in tne lnlted states you hear from ns promptly by MtIIr1zlne is CAretlll edlled thareturnend tilled malll Lazy aixl foollih people wltb the chokeL Ultrary TVnglectthese grand free otters end bet anthora pralace Truv AW thethen and complain shout tidy It you make out the slx names whatbedlucK There are always plenty ot solutions for deter brainy peo yrowm S1YtLSRtilrltlZlrtnywayopponumUee always alert and ready we do not want you to lend any money to grasp a rest good thing We hate with contnt like tinebuiltup our enormous business by re very TourOur btaaarlne le lIol1aInalert and liberal In our GREAT laOlep1per tilled with taldnatllllt wflareronllnllaUlofferlnfour of Fore and adrenture and now bee wlUrradrraRARE AND INlStAL prizes lotion ot talngcopln rnl1 hoe otWehanabllfcapllalandanoneeantlallsend FIIICK ft a oar Mwulne oeveryonewhoaniwerethburenaln to taro the largest circulation adertllelllrnt CIIj blEtR UUT 0 S 0LYeintend elaes Jlagatine In the world AWV CIY TIIW coTl T and otIn re siTe se publishers find that will find It ft very Ingenious mUnp they must to lilnral In glTirg away ntel- pell letters wlLleb can to Mffjflt out otItto Is the successful your Msga tile names of a 8etallnthenameerlrhttinedues talked about ULFcourse if you are be United9tatcs dosn70UwU1easilydiseouraaetard are not patient and awayUsanasthecootet any time in trying bo noUnrd It you hate won a prize This totowork out the solution boa crrtalnll and other roost lilieral oxen are made tipect to win it s F YO l R Introduce one ot the very beet Sew YorkcannotBRAINS Write the names of the cities miwuiue Into t1m borne WiTandIn the send them to nt and we wlll to United States WK I10 NOT Whenlostas much pleated AI you att Ws andsomeone to lie succeertuL youharetnadeonttttensmeeofhtsedtlndesire don not co t you one rear LO write there neall1 aryl plalnll and answer this contest It will bo- 1Dr to us and 70U mil hear fronts promptly 0 Aloinfoolish for 7o1 to pan It by RETtItN MAIL A C0fl10follrturln U some or lur Mrors sUM blAUAZINE WILT liE BENT YIIEE time SICIFESS IS Hill rNtIIC1tIIC to everyone ad1trtlarment TIIOIIIIITfr PFArLr and the- dtateli Donat delay Send In70nfafIWCTtmme1NU ST AND LZllIJ8S liodra- rINrtiD tnderetMiil the neatest tontot snitttlon win the prtzre hardtnmakr 1 SOLI- as MOSEY In the future net readerdo not PaM 1111 aderiuemenrwtthnnr ttrlll OFVAST BCNSOI lrSTnETO UIVti AWAY TilEIAUAZtB t oNht Tilt LINES UK LKTTKKS tRINTII tS we ha1e doD In Ihe put toa4Tcnlae our l IIAIIMINIi rereftilyread this O5 r sIAllllt lIUZES T IISIIVtIlTlst M tNT WnllIL that on We tloolL II tho Terf beat ad1 rrUllDIt wo can let to olfer lever nltimntwforeglnNtuptheideaof to1nathepurel Manl people 11reM MmeanladdreawaofCfewpe ITSI plewehaearetentlyawardtd II A larmder bldltnnl write he kind and JT1Itrtol lttni protmflii thanking m for oar IJlanlLh ffnwoOolf11M cal Set pa7sto IIIYe attention to our Neb III Kate t lIanllt1 t toe Arelrl ltreprompt and honest dealings It always dined the hearts of E IUphmonl TtI 14 of n Cbrlltt1lI0n lingo TJlIiraoo anal liberal otters tllR PRIZES hate 7 will riteMrs C- ttR tctMeniphil Term IraMrsmany wbo nreded the money It yea need nonrJ loa net S1tdDS11ao Mimifinenlenlerert7steer 1enCeatra 1rhpFla1 l 1le1JN Yhenryattention l to this spedal offer this Tery minute It you tolre It write n ImmediatelyJamer ELAT set yoor name on ow list sad win t lldn- FortynhhA1InuAoUn Chlrsn Hi 5 1 Mra D rwrCDbU8et street sew York city N Y 11CI Write plainly Addres HOPKINS PUBLISHING COMAIIYeNEW VORK CITY ITHE 2S2I26IMORXH WILLIAM STREET 1 ra Breckenridge News rt DNESDAY APRIL 18 IgOG I I ALTH It SURANCE The man who Insures his life Is wise for his family The man who Insures his healthtt is wise both for his family and himself q You may Insure health by guard- Ing it It Is worth guarding At the first attack of diseaset which generally approaches through the LIVER and manifests Itself in innumerable ways TAKE =utts Pills Andsavo your health Mrs Ike Meyer is in the city visitin relativesMrs Fraize spent Thusrday in Louisville Low grade Hour 40 cents sack Julian Brown Jar Brand fertilizer 160 hundred founds Julian Brown Several large rnfts of logs passed out of Clover creek last week J F Fell of Hclt attended th I funeral of Walker Board ThursdayI Tom Moore ot Hardinsbnrg wasI t nere Thursday enrouto to Louisville Mrs McUavock ot Holt was the guest of Mrs Leon McGavook last weeK Kichad Brazier of Henderson attended the funeral of Mr Walker i I Board Thusday Miss Roidle of Holt was hereI Thursday attending the funeral of Walker BoardIRemember loan carry the Royal Blue shoe lineJulian Brown 8 B Adklssonof Webster attended the funeral of Walker Board Thursday Malta don ble shovels 150 to 2 each Jnian Brown Mrs Will Gibson of Holt attend ed thefnneral of Walker Board ThorI dayTumblers 12 cents per set Julian Brown Mi and Mrs J Hanks Holt attended the tnneral of WalKer Board ThursdayLenox seven bars for 25 cents Julian Brown Clarks thread 4 cents pr spoOll Julian Brown Wilbur Hammon has been at homoI from Indiana for several days sackrI For wile House and lot Apply toI R T Iji nIRest patent flour 58 cents a sackI ilian Brown f Patter hatsMrs J M Cordre nee Judith Miller Shaplnsky Bios duck pants at 45 cents are world beaters Shoes for men boys ladies an children at lowest prices Call at th shoe store Conrad Sippel- If yon want n desirable location fo yonr home see K T Polk Heimans Bettman mens fine 350 and 4 shoes at Conrad Sippels shoe storeDont be troubled longer with catarrh Druggists Short Haynes saysI that if a 1 Byomei outfit dont curei yoon completely they will pay for it Ike Meyer arrived in the city Thurs day attemoon John Ross went to Louisville astI Wednesday evening returning samA evening on an inspection trip oftbe extension Mr Ross is one of the Hen derson Routes popular engineers He has had the local freight rnn for sometime Railroad men tell us that Rose IS one of the easiest men on an engine the company employs Miss Elnora Lewis of Addison was In the city Thursday attending the funeral of Mr Walker Board Miss Lewis will leave May 1 for Chicag- and Uanvlllle 111 for a two month I visit to Misses Nora Hardin and Meads Johnson respectively Misses Hardin and Johnson will accompany MissI Lewis home to attend a housepart- of several weeks duiation SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows throug- the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red blood are found in the soft core of th bones called the marrow and some say redblood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls an l invalids and for all blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and richI blood food It not only feed the bloodmaking organs but hives them strength to do 7ieir proper work r1 Send for free sample SCOTT BOWSE Chemists 4ogyr5reasocSindtoaall5 druggistNew York Exclusive stvles only in spring nnd summer hats Mrs J M Cordrey nee Judith Miller White and blacK slippers for ladies pricesConradSiBippelLatest creations in spring and sum mer hats Mrs J M Cordrey nee Judith Miller Mr Emmet Board of Louisville who attended the funeral of his broth er Walker remrned home Monday Born April 12 to the wife of Oscar Pate of Renflow Oklii a fine boy Pattern hatsezalusive style Mrs J M Uordrey nee Judith Miller Mrs Jno D Uahbags and daughters Misses Louise and Mildred will go to Louisville Friday to see Kemish An ice cream supper will be given on next Friday evening nt Oelzes Hall by the W C T U localKFriday night to attend the meeting of their brother lodge the three degrees were conferred upon two candidates Mr H L Stader while returning from the funeral ot Mrs VV E Minor Saturday over the Stephensport road near Charles Elders was thrown from the nearso receiving an ugly wound OB the lane rarely averting being crushed 1under the wheels The fall was caus ed by the bad condition of the road A group of pretty Cloverport girls were sitting in front of the postoffice lust Thursday afternoon waiting for the mull to como in from the East bound train They were all sitting there looking pretty and having a good time when the thought stroKe Brybant the photographer that here is siteSoon he had his machine in the middle of the road at work Those in the group were Misses Mayme DeHaven Annie Jarboe Margaret Moorman Ree Willis Cleona Weatherholt Edna Jarboe Louise Babbage and Donald Murray Sbapinsky liron sells New York blue camlet pants at 45 cents treatingNasalmate Elys Liquid Cream Balm the mildest quickest surest remedy for propertlfsItbalm which is so famous and so suc HayFevorrelief in the first dash of spray npon the hated sensntlve airpassages All druggists 75o including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros CO Warren StK Y IRVINGTON Mrs Annie Herndon returned Satur day after a tangibly visit to her sister Mrs J M Tydings in Louisville Miss Dolly Claycouib returred to Louisville Monday after being the guest of her parents Mrs L B Moreman and son Louis Bennett have returned from Louts villa and Brandenburg where she was visiting for several days Senator Ben Johnson congressman electfrom this district was the gnest of Rep E H Shelinnn last Tuesday MisT SWoolfolk and don Raymond afteryspending a weeks among placeIMr and Mrs Manice Gilbert and baby of Eddyville arrived Thursday parentsIMies Ethel Lewis of Louisville SamrParks for some time Ernest Galloway of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs John Galloway Miss Iva Mndd left Saturday for a visit to relatives and triends in Louis ville We are glad that our little town of lrvington has grown so mnch and is of so much importance that we can have Sunday smatl It went into effect last Sunday Walter Joseph Piggotr Jr celebrated his fourteenth birthday on Wed nesday last by treating his schoolmates at Miss Marshalls school to a surprise party alter lessons were done in the afternoon All nnted in wishing him many nappy returns ot the day The Easter ser vii es at the Methodist church were beaut tul and impressive Singers from all of he churches united in rendering the beautiful music The fineoallshistory the resurrection of our Lord The church was tastefully decorated for the occasion Ti nly it seems fitting toyspecially at some season and there is no reason as appropriate as tin springtime when nature is awaking from nor sleep and Is being resurrected to1 a new life Curst mas should feel this resurrection to new ness of spiritual llfn on this glad ooca sion and thereby reilizH all that Easter means RespecthCloverport Lodge A M Cloverport Ky April 1 1900 Whereas It has pleased the Wand Architect of the Universe to summon to the state ot endless duration on Boardewe bowing mission to the inevitable decree that the dust shall return to the earth as It was and the spirit to the God who gave it deeply mourn the loss of our brotherRESOLVED that we extend to the bereaved family our sincere sympathy that a badge of mourning be worn by the members of this Lodge and that a memorial page be inserted in our minutes that this bo published in the Masonic Homo Journal The Breoken ridge News and a copy be sent the family of onr deceased brother OonradlHanleeCommittee Conference For Education Lexington 23Scents tor the round trip Tickets on sale Mayl24U- nited Confederate Veterans Re union New Orleans For this occasion rate ot one fare pins HO cents for the round trip On sale April 25a7 ft = l Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm4 cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It curve catarrh and drives away a cold In the head aolcltlr I Cream Balm If placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and li absorbed Relief ii im mediate and s cure follows It IIs not drylngdoei not produce sneezing Large Size 60 ants at Drug gleU or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York OBSERVATIONS OF HERR PRIZTEL Now de cow law has been didint I yust gess they vill have a big Jolifica tion avny down in cow heel Old Priudfl vlll roam de street trait the queen She vIII lunch on rose geraniums and climb on de root after do honey suckles She vass queen of queens De wan who owns her voss to lazy to live and to mean to die vIII stand on de street corner and talk about vaKeing our Amercia Liberty avay Yen he could have put old Prindel on storage instead of making his neighbors pay for keeps on de In planVel nil over init auger and loose my temper veil dot preacher who runs de house back of de prining office comes up and Claps me on de eh lder und say Herr Pretzel you yust not got mud mit yourself nUll remember the golden yule vat vale I sesl hate a ten cent yule now in my pocket vel its a passage in de good book iss dot so I- Iedvill de passage be cheaper py taking a vonnd trip Den dot Mary Ann Vedderholt bnts in yust like billy goat und said de golden vnle vass do unto your neighbors as you vass like to be did by He yust got dat yule from de Cloverport class Com pany vet So I vent home and gets my old musk at that I vonce use al ready at do battle of Vaterloo and fixes it up for old Prindel to help give her a varm velcome I ved into a book vat two drama of powder vas a load nnd I measure out two big drams mydramarun some wads on to it and put in my shot ven I voss ready for bees nBB My vife rome ins nndsay you old dutch fool you vase going to plow de house nnd de garden up mit old Prin del ven I told her not to get mad all over at vonce she eats my kraut cab bage she has a rubber neck that vill stretch yet along way So I vill do bwesineas vit her yen she comes mit all her queenly grace Ven I takes my gun and hang it np mit a motto on it Voses Ved nnd Violet Bloo I yust shoot olu Prindel 2 Ven my Gretchen comes in she says fadder that motto aint de golden vole Gretober she goest to de church house every time she dont miss nnd I guess she vass right So I made me a yust good motto ont of dat golden vnlo and puny mit np- III yust vill did old Prindpl Ynst tore she didsld me Und when ehe comes prowling round Ill yust be waiting fur allveady CAIe3TORIElBun thelllaKind You liars Always Boiighl SJp1tUZl lIIJIJof H1TES RUN L Beauchamp was in Louisville Snnday Chris Sahlie gave the young folks a music party Saturday night Rev J T Lewis gave a fine tem pernnoe lecture at the church Tuesday night and Rev Jurrle and Rafferty on Sunday Both were tine lectures Simon Smart was the guest of Miss Evie Miller Sunday I Harry Paul and Allen Howard and Herman Waggoner spent Saturday and Sunday with Roy Chapin Misses Agnes Flood and Avis Hyde of near Stephensport was the guest of Miss Hallie Cbapin Tuesday Morris Eskridge and Hal Murray of Hardinsbnrg were here yesterday tak ing depositions before V G Babbage on the case of Lou Sahlle vs J C Mattingly IF YOU WANT TO BUY SELL OR RENT A HOUSE OR FARH Write me I can do it FOR SALE One three room cottage in Cloverport 114 acre farm laying one mile and a half from Hardinsburg Well improved One town lot in Cloverport 100 feet front by 200 feet deep A few shares of stock in a corporation paying a divlceiid of G per cent per anumWill sell or rent a store house in Hardinsburg V G BABBAGE Atty at Law Office Main St Cloverport Ky- SENDEight contain postage stamps and I onu of tho latest vocal or In strumental pieces of music Address Mark stein iliino School of Correspondence All lessons for one year ten cents each mailed ITS West 135th Street New York City BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS 15 EGGS FOR 100 Bred and selected for 22 years for great laying qualities Mine are from lions with records running from 250 to 278 eggs In twelve months Satisfaction guaranteed A few more choice cockerels of this strain for sale W A SHACKLBTT BRANDENBURG KY y + x DR R P KEENE Representing TAYLOR KEENE IIDENTISTS X OF OWEN8BORO Yi lWill bo in Dr Llghtfoots office oneF el week out or each month prepared to i- y wait on all wishing high Class Den M tlstry y Date will be announced laterli it r eE r3rr 3 I DR SrB ADKISSON J I BEHTISTJi KY M I will conic to your 1P1l home and do your dental m work Latest appliances m used Satisfaction guar- anteedii Write m- eWarns m 2 ll I n + JAdvertisements Inserted under tills head atone cent a word per week FOR SALETwo horses near New Bethel bushels corn at Holt Apply to Mlllc k Atkisson Holt FOR SALEInrge second hand edition of Dictionary containing 1W Illustrations an appendix of 10000 words sup pllmented with dictionary llogrnphys abbreviations etc Price SI News Ol1lce SEND 10 CENTSFor trial lesson with book J and particulars and lean to lay the piano hy lionriette llIrksteln New York Citys celebrated successful piano teacher for 18 years Address Plano Sehoo Correspondence 172 West 135th Street New York SALE A three room cottage very cheap V G Habbage Atty FOIL ItENTFour room cottage H A Cloverport FOIl SALE TKZS Rhond Island Reds pure SO cents fur I15 11 A Oclze Clover port FOR SALEOne new Eastman plate Caw No 3 Takes picture 3kxIK loathe case and one plate holder Camtru has lateImprovements and Is one of Eastmans butt Irlce SITW Jno D Babbuge I O EXCI1ANO iIOO Cash Register tor good horse Apply at News office FOR SALESeveral milch cows Z T Molt ly- WANTEDTo trade fruit trees for umber on Ino D Babbage Clo verport Ky FOR SALE- PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Uasolln e Engines MARTIN GABLE 51B 3rd Street Louisville Ky J H FERRY RepairsWatches Clocks Call on him at- Glendeane Kv HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all point to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rate to the South and South East On th e first and third Tuesdays of each monthOne CaliforniaISep 15 to Oct 31 1000 L II Ii ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverpnr507Aluarrives at Louisville 725 A M No 143 flatly Mail ana Kxprcss leaves Clo verport842A111 stops at all way stations arrives Loulsvllla 123 p roo Train No 144 Dully fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p ni stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives lit Louisville 735 pm Train No 148 Dally Clovcrpori accommo datlon arrives Cloverport sn p m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodatioi leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Evans villa 900 a in expresleavesHuwesvlllc Lowlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 103 pm Stops at all stations No US dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11111PlII arrives Evansville 135 A KT Hi Louis 7lfl A M stops at ITawnavllln Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 betwee Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeplng cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No2 daily except Sunday leave Fords vllle 430 m rUes Irvington 84 dW Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leavee Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 52 p inTrain No 6 Sunday only Fordsville630 a m Irvlngton 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leave Irvington 650 a m arrives Fordsville 84 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 650 p m arrives Fordsvlliu 926 u 01 Mrs B V Duncan went to Branden burg last Wednesday to visit Mr an Mrs D M Duncan W MEET ME AT HOL TESI 6 11 ITS ABOUT Tbi iTo Think of House Cleaning 1 t J T Youll probably need Soap Pear t line Gold Dust Powder Rubno l more Ammonia Sapolio Bon Ami Azie Wonderine Borax Lye Pre pared Soda for helping along the work Brooms Mops Buckets Keep us in mind on the above o- rii Iianyi thing else you may need p I J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Co 1f safeguardVV F l Moreii over we frequently do it un known to them as oppor f0 tunities often come to us in 1 confidential ways P- ii LET US HAVE 1 YOUR BUSINESS ID gm careful atttntion Highest ID m rate of interest paid on time m depositsINSURED 1 AGA I N 8 T LOSS BY FlUE AND BURGLARY CONSER1 VATIVE BOARD OF l- P DIRECTORS EFFI CIENT OFFICERS 1 Bank of Clorerport Ky IR The issued tho and the the shown March r 2405- w Total April 1906 j Dowell son Kirby Mrs A J Gross Mltchel of Holt here Thursday attend funeral of Walker Board S Walter Bakers chocolate 35 cents lb Julian L H Adkisson W N HeM daughter Miss Lizzie attended tho funeral of II IS HARDLYworth the living unless ones supplies are pure wholesome nutritious As Flour is one ofour qualityYou CADICKS GOLD DUST I Let us persuade you to it We know you will thank us It is reliable I It respect will give you in every Cadick iMilling MAKERSI lcustomers mgm Cloverport Mrs Mrs Mrs FLOUR prrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrdtsl I No Waiting HereXI 2 Just tell how much I5 lumber you need We have all of i Framing material fe and choice Poplar jj x w you Walnut is ready andII Thats the thing un- ablek to get so quick before I v Let us have your t order today iiYour House Barn or t Stable may need repairs t I ItI o WeatherholtII ililAilRillililtdS171itirASRi ilitili1S171Sltf r TELEPHONE GROWTH Cumherland Telephone Telegraph Company has W statement of its business for month of March 1J W increase in number of subscribers is as follows y Subscribers 1st 1906 14682Ilr- li i Number added during month 5528 j Y Number discontinued MI Net increase 3123 I W subscribers 2st 149950 Ib rMs Taylor and L all were rug the Brown and all IIof Lodihurg Board Tnnrsoay food try satisfaction us kinds i Mrs J F Claycomb of Irvlngton attended the funeral of Walker Board Thursday Ooh Henry Head of Ouster was here Thursday See Shapmsky Bros fast colors and well made work shirts 45 cents Col Ben Johnson democratic nomi nee for Congress of Bardstown was in the city last week Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a HalfMillion bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50cEnclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Uver Pffls J vs dS431rsk r2 W ru L3 tf r a I tS It = 1 l t I rUI t tJlt tho g WI ti11 It t lsl 1 5L 5tr a trbi bith thgo gow Iftl bI ih tr itat atUI fa U 1 st I r rei 1 th the South waa not making the most o- I its possibilities in cotton culture andI Bo proceeded to make a thorough study of the most valuablo plant the earth ins ever produced as ho puts It To Double the Cotton Crop His effort has been to find a hybridI plant between the long staple which is raised successfully only on the coast and tho lese valuable upland cotton which can be profitably produced in Middle Georgia By patientI cMpcrimctttation in cooperation with tae Department ot Agriculture he has uiide great progress in this direction and Is gradually evolving a cotton plant which promises to bring a much higher average return than the farmer has realized In the past This I the sort of work which few men have the patience to do but which confers its benefits upon all wnen once ac complished It Is a wonderful thing to lift an entire industry and thu to elevate the standard of living forI tens of thousands of families more wonderful far than building a rail Mad or a cotton mill as I have said What he has done with live stock and cotton Mr Hunt has also done with fruit culture He has taken the lead in planting orchards and In demo onstrating what varieties of peaches apples And pears are best suited to the soil and climate and to tho markets open to the Georgia farmers Ho has done the same with grapes and ber ries and thus again achieved results which have benefited other growers ns much as himself In tho course of his studies he has visited the most famous fruitgrowing and winepro doclng districts of the world includ ing those in California and In France and has necessarily become a man of science In this way ho has made the acquaintance of the foremost scion tists of the world and on the occasion of Herbert Spencers visit to the Unit ed States ho was the only man out side the ranks of professional scion tints Invited to meet the worlds greatest thinker Incidentally It may be mentioned that he is an enthusi astic collector of Indian antiquities and that his search for rare sped mens has carried him all over the United States and Mexico and everI to distant islands of the Pacific No Antagonism to Northern Men Although It goes without saying that tho North has not sent many men down South who have accom pushed as much In raising tho eco nomic standard as Benjamin W Hunt hu done it Is none the less true that Southern cities and towns and particularly Atlanta are full of Northern men who are Injecting a new spirit into the life of the region And it is vastly creditable to the native stock that they welcome enterprising men from north of Mason and Dixons Line and glory in their achievements If they are less proud of the neW- comer than of the oldtimer they cer tainly conceal the fact The truth seems to be that the whole community Is permeated by the spirit of enter prise which these Northern men have brought and it seoins to be reflected the buildings the stores the hOe and in the faces and bearing of people themselves nflThe population of Atlanta and Its suburbs is now probably 150000 and it rapidly growing at least twice as rapidly as the population of the United States But its business as evidenced by bank clear ings and postal receipts Is growing much faster than its population This business is largely in the form of manufacturing although tho whole sale trade is also expanding to enor mous proportions The growth of railway telegraph and telephone sys tems naturally keeps pace with trade manufacture and population All this requires constant activity In building operations and the employment of an increasing army of labor In other words Atlanta and the groat State of Georgia of which it is tho metrop oils aro enjoying an era of extraor dinary prosperity s Science Supplants Chance t This prosperity Is due In large part J to the extent and value of natural re sources but It is also largely duo to the now methods which have been In troduced In recent years Beginning with the farmer and going on through tile line of industrial factors men are working In the light of science in stead of depending on chance What Mr Hunt has done In connection with JIve stock cotton culture and fruit growing everybody Is doing to some extent They are getting tho aid or State and National Governments and thus asserting their control over the forces of nature In a way which approaches ever nearer to perfection tThls means lee waste more fflclency rand a better disposition of tho com forts of life It would be ungracious to Bay that all this Is due to tho Influence of men from the North and it would be untrue as well as ungracious but It Is nevertheless a fact that tho ideas which dominated in the old days wore not adapted to the best use of Southern resources and opportunities for development and that these old ideas had to surrender to new and better plans and methods before the South which is now rapidly develop ing could be possible One of the strongest forces in the new movement is the stream of Northern blood and capital which has flowed Into the beautiful Southern laud since the days of reconstruction And I repeat- S because It cannot be said with too much emphasis that Georgia knows this appreciates It and wants more of it These are facts which may be props erly taken Into consideration by North ern people who are looking for homes Important as soilThey are quite as climate and markets In this connec tion I am tempted to make a final i quotation from Mr Hunt because it I has an important bearing upon the social life of the region and is dis tinctly in line with my own observa tion Tho caste Instinct is always resi dent in the brain of the white man North or South bo he Catholic Prot estant or Quaker In the North this finds expression In social distinction based on tho possession of wealth and culture South the caste instinct finds so much greater differences In Inherent civilization In the white race against Inherent barbarism in the black race that the caste sentiment justifies itself in dividing the white from the black Hence there exists fuller democracy among all white people in the South than elsewhere Here minor social differences are annulled by the one great caste distinction This condition gives freer play to altruistic social usage among the white people here than in other parts of our country H Isbczi Lorcd Liberty- An accomplished pollparrot known as Isben belonging to a well known member of Washington society escaped from captivity the other day and the efforts of a number of intrepid climbers to secure tho pet bird afforded much amusement and consldeable excitement I to a crowd of hundreds ofI onlookers The fact that the mistress of the bird had offered a largo reward for his safe return spurred over a score of men of all conditions of life to capture the feathered truant Polly escaping from his cage made a beeline for one of the trees near the Treasury Department building and sat there looking around a gorgeous bit of green and red The fun commenced when a rather corpulent individual es sayed to climb the trco and secure tho bird Isben is an accomplished talker and as he flew to the next tree ho called out very distinctly nay nay A colored youth climbed number two and after nearly treeII his neck through the rotteness limb succedcd in getting within about two feet of Isbon- Pnt salt rn hs tall said a was in the crord The youth showed his aptitude I r for going after birds that roosted high such for instance as chickens but he was not used to the flying kind ItheI telegraph pole At this point there sal lied forth Walter Perry who claims to be the best coon hunter In Alabama and scrambled up the pole in record time Then with a stout wire crooked at tho end ho hooked Polls log and a vast fluttering ensued with a yell of triumph from Walter The crowd cheered but Isben had apparently been lariated before for ho quickly die engaged himself and with a cheerful heehaw flew away about a block and alighted In a largo cottonwod trco Send for Santos Dumont and his airship piped up one of the crowd then a telegraph messenger boy three or four colored men a Jacktar from the Navy Yard and a college athlete climbed trees and poles to secure the reward Tho parrot kept up a morO or less continuous conversation with his wouldbo captors but it was noticed that his remarks were of a quite proper nature hot air being tho most ob jectionable After flying around sightseeing for an hQur or BO Isben flow into a tree near a police statlou Isben when last seen was roost Ing In tho branches of a big elm tree veryblackto a companion Lljah when It glta real dark I sure will ketch dat bird case I argues dat no bird whether he ma1obI i l GOTHAMS STREET CARS TUB GREAT SUBWAY OF NEW YORK AL IV YS CROWDED FOR STANDING ROOM Forty Million Dollar System Proves Entirely Inadequate to Transport CrowdsNecd for on Additional SystemNew underground street rail way the Subway has been In full operation just about a year and nbnlf The I relief which this 40000000 system was expected to give tho elevated roads and surface lines has proved Inade quate to meet the needs of the increas lng traffic Within a month from the day the first subway train carrying paying passengers made the trip from City Hall to Harlem the crush on tho elevated and surface cars during tho rush hours was as great as ovet Owing to the peculiar elongated form of the city the bulk of the traffic trav eld north and south It was estimated that the subway would relieve the north and south daily rush by 43000 Excavation for Tunnel on Aew Jersey Side but the morning and evening crowd that makes the lively hours on the elevated and surface roads had in creased by 50 per cent or from 67000 to over 100000 before the subway had been in operation nine months For all hours of the day between 9 In the morning and 5 in the afternoon the citys rapid transit system Is more than adequate though the average dally traffic amounts to about 2000000 north and south and about 400000 east and west The trouble comes between 730 a m and 900 a m when thousands from all directions within a radius of 35 miles of the borough of Manhattan are rushing toward tho downtown section of the city below Twenty third street and cgai be tween 600 p m and 600 p m when the same thousands are struggling back to their homes By far the greater portion of New Yorks business Is transacted below Twentythird street on an area having a maximum length of three miles and a maximum width of two miles Where there Is so little ground to build upon iturally real estate and skyscrapers rise together the former to millions of dollars the latter to tens of stories On tLat triangle having Twentythird street for Its base and tho Battery for Its very pointed apex there are hun dreds of buildings housing over 5000 people each during the working hours Blending on the roof of one of tneae towers of industry one rising twenty nine stories for Instance with the aid of a glass a man may count four ele vated roads running from the upper sections of New York City down to the triangle surface line after surface line running under or paralleling the L roads but converging and becoming consolidated at Twentythird street Into only six roads there being room for no more below that thoroughfare crosstown surface lines still served by about 400 horse cars the innumerable little glass and Iron entrance and exit structures that dot the route of the subway from the Bronx to City Hall the twenty or more tireless ferries pad dUng back and forth across the Hud son and East rivers every car and boat crowded to the last Inch of standing room all unloading into that roar Ing triangle The problem is to carry into and distribute through this trl anrle within a given time a constant 1 Increasing horde of workers Irortyf1vc Hundred a Minute returns for the year end isij June 30 1304 show that during a ntrgle rush bour the elevated and sur taco lines running north and south carried 67000 the ferries crossing from Brooklyn other Long Island points and Staten Island 31000 cars over the Brooklyn Bridge 33000 the New Jersey and Hudson river ferries 32000 crosstown lines 12000 a total of 175000 landed and distributed be tween Twentythlrd street and the Battery In 60 minute By June 30 1905 the rush hour crowd had Increased to 270000 Tho strain of carrying tho Increase falls most heavily on the elevated roads the surface lines and tho subway which have to take care of net only the business people from Manhattan and the Bronx but the thou sands of Hudson river commuters landed by the Now York Central at PorKrsecond street and on the Brook lyn Bridge Tho new Williamsburg bridge Is unpopular because only one Brooklyn elevated line connects with It and also because Its New York term Inal Is a mile and a half from City aUpA Host of New Subways To relieve the elevated roads sur face lines and subway of New York City itsolf nineteen new subways have bwn proposed Greater speed oraI- llaflQl number of trains on the La Is Impossible without flaa S Pt I ger ot accident Already 600 cars are run on Broadway between 5 and 6 oclock In the evening and blockupa occur every few minutes To provide greater accommodation for people crossing from Brooklyn And her Long Island cities and towns two now bridges are under wBythe Manhattan to be finished next year and the BlaCkweH6 Island bridge to be finished in 1908 The East RIver Tunnel to connect the New York sub way with Brooklyn may be completed la 1916 The experts say that these lo bridges ahd the tunnel will ab commodate 175000 per hour The pres pnt traffic by bridges and terries be tween Long Island and Manhattan Island approximates 100000 the ratb of Increase Ilast year being about 60 tier rent There Is no reason to expect a mailer increase in any one of the ten yfeare before the East River Tunnel will be opened If would seem therefore that the Long Island side of tho prob Jem la or no means solved As for the nineteen new subways I honeycombIbefore they con bo put operation The R Jt Hudson River funnel which will carry Passengers un der the River to the New York Subway Trains ul and in the meantime the population Is Incrcaisng to astounding numbers Its traveling portion Is also Increasing In tile fiscal year of 1904 the elevated roads alone carried 286634195 pas sengers while In the fiscal year of 1905 the Ls and subway combined carried 139104820 an Increase of over 52000 000 The greatest number carried by Ls surface lines and subway In one hour was 142500 all three systems being taxed to the limit of their capacity Transportation experts estimate that It will take an expenditure of at least 1500000000 to so increase the trafllo facilities of New York City as to meet present necessities and the normal growth of the next few years in a satI- sfactory manner In the future largt terminals will be abandoned and no one line of travel will cross another To divide traffic and run each line as an Independent artery nre the purpose I lot which money will bo expended la the future In the effort to transport millions of people from their homes to their business In the morning and back again at night From Ute 10IA FLANK MOVEMENT Paris spends 100000 a year to keep her trees In order and to plant new ones Every street of a certain width Is entitled to a row of trees on either side while every street of a certain greater width has a double row Express trains in Russia seldom at thin a greater speed than twentytwo t miles an hour BIG BASEBALL OUTFITS J Pennsylvania I BFREE TO BOYS Pastaunitbottonabnavy BhrriJImetal eyelet full around the should era glrni tree action A Bolt and Cap gOoswLtliacbu11 We aloo cye ontIIt ooulitlnc of atrenc wIr Mask pair Haiders Olov atchor Mitt and a rfulatlan JlalrhIAaol fot omplete rentouelllol only III of our bIgt grade ostra large heottltciou- eIiandlerohlfi I Ito Pack 0 J Womans Prophecy Mme do Thebes who predicted the Paris charity bazaar fire and PresiI dent Carnots assassination has jtcdI ui a bunch of trouble for 1006 Ma dame pleasantly even gaily states that 1006 will bo a wild year full bt t strahge extravagant incomprehensible and astonishing madnesses She pre diets that Germany will be threatened with general smash early In the that South America Is to be torn yearII upheavals that an demic is to sweep this country that Belgium will play a curious part in the transformation of Europe that the I attention of the world will be centered on TUrkey mid the near East and that there will be serious losses in the art wdrldjHow refreshing it would be It some bt these people who read the future like an open book would see something pleasant sometimes and tell about It Great quantities of salt is still taken I from the Dead Sea It is a very ancient I industry THEY ALL WANT IT I Separator hold Hotel Restau DrugStoreplace where eggs are used needs one cr more Instantly separate yolk and white not a particle of the latter remaining in theSeparator Does hot break yolk Made front solid piece of metal Always bright and ready for use Sample 10 cents w Have you leen the hlmp Bottleh Very perplexing trick but easy when you know how Well tell you sendsatopiefor KANCY SUPPLY COV Box 215 Wasblntton D C Agents wanted for these and other goods Write for circular and term PtUOriin Lareepronts In small gardens Write lwYlirnil for prices of root and seeds Order yilvjvu mote and seed now and arrange to tutrt a garden In spring Illustrated book telling about Us hbtorycultlvatlon profits market eto Sicts In stamps Address i ikcnimln tan enlt Uurtlenn 102 Adam btf Vauaau Win GOLD WATCh u 8TKBW1KO AlEKlriK s P4d t wua bu BOIIII UOLU LAte E OIUTID OS HOTH 8IUt r 11- 7wnau4it tn tpvplioppflMIlSOLID GOLII WATCh OriRiNTECU tltalus Wfl IIFREE J 01111 I lui HJrr7 anliliiallOa wob98adad i ratHla4 wllI4 JrrpS4l bo n4I nt 1100 aai n auh t ExACTt ja IICSCIIIPKI b s ClIILII kII Ill ill LIII OUT1I8TL 4 LIBERTVjCWCLCO OCPT307 CHICAGO j DEAFNESS CURED 64 PAGE BOOK which FREEexplains how tocure deafness ItDRW99for SUIT and La EXTRA TROUSERS We make a suit guaran teed to lit perfectly In latesiI i style from fuhlonable I durably trimmed for 170ui 4 1 Is I I oqualtoanysl5OOIuIImadeI I pair or Fancy Wonted Trous ors You run no riskI If suit and trousers aro not SlI exactly as ordered you may return them to us at our expense We will return toI A you ntonco nil money paidI us thereon BesIdes you keep the eltgnnt ult case In which suit was shipped Writ it one for umplti of Uteil cloth for iniUUt Su diip TlifKlllb Hiitfmwlth fuhlon fUUi ae m iurimenlt Unkisc Sndne money butriIstods7Comploic Out p liltIzq HIS ELEGANT CO DplE18- IUa214SUIT CASE EVEHIFYOU J 3 Market Street DONT ACCEPT 1 Chicago BY US I Ref RoyalTliut IA SUIT MADE 1 Co Sank Chicago cbpttal and cur plus l1WPUUW FREE A IIQNET RINGTo every one who sends us the names and addresses ol three persons mile or female who are or were agent or canvauera wjthaocentsforpoetageand package ot of these beautiful Gold Signet lungs elegantlychasi- and engraved with any Initial without extra charge Send strip of paper size of finger This is the greatest value ever offered for the money The picture dots notshow rinzThesegentlemanVAas on and after May 3IHU the puce of this ring wlli I 30t1lIII BASEBALL a OUTFIT Etch OutS ontlloi aJ 11jj Capa1 Bin Boll 1 Fielder OIovi 1 Catcher Mitt 1 Catchtra Mask 1 Jtas Ball Sole fir roropleu outfit Free for 25 UMful lUiieboli Articles Ertryborwinti Iil4klub In unl IiI the chant You can ram It In a IBOYSw Olio 8endOtoutaddrnd I snide poitpald When Bold indw will potitUrly lend you our Dall Outfil Sr no obr ifl J j I I TRUE BLUE CO DEPT T73 BOSTON MASS THIS CHINA SET FREE TO Thli S t epnal U of 1 Large Stoat JhsttcrSPlauwS achtopPallingotnnrHOWTOGETTHESEANDOTHER PREMIUMS Send no Money We trust youJust write us for 32 Extra Large high grade special make Hemstitch ed Handkerchiefs which we deliver free without ad vance payment or deposit Sell them for us at only roe costlyanddesirable LaceCurtainsyoujusi the same Handkerchiefs are a neccessity and easily sold Premiums oromptly WOOD CO DEPT No J19RAY u zL sitL i If I Senator Depew has the longest blot raphy in the Congressional Directory Tim Sullivan ef Now York has the flhorteel r In thstates of the Middle West there is still a lArgO trade in the peiU of muskrats skulks racbotis ti8a sums foxes minks and asells Glorious Hair Grown Free A WonderfUl Preparation whjch Turns Back the Hand of TimeMakes the Old Young and the Young Doautlfult i fFree Samples of the Greatest Hair Tonic on Earth Distributed bya WellKnown Medical Institute f NO HOOtt LEn ton baUD r We can cure yon of baldness hair jbUloffi scanty parting all diseases ot the scAlp top hair falling and restore gray and faded hair to its original color We dont want you to take our word for this We will prove it to you AT OUR OWN EX PENSI c A FREE PACKAGE ot our wonderfunreat ment will get your case under control and make you bappy Our remedy is NOT A DYE nor a hair color log but a marvellous nd natural Hair Food You cannot make a mistake in trying it for we ship it to you prepaid at our own expense and do not ask you for a cent of money unless you feel justified by results It makes not the slightest difference toivrfiow long you have hud your trouble We wvot- o the roots of it and cure It Think just for a moment what thfuoeanm Think what it promises tot those who Have lost or who tire loosing the glorious tressesof youth We will restore your hair make it long and strong make it as you wish it to be and give you more satisfaction than you have ever before experienced Do not be disheartened because you have used other hair remedies without rf suits Fe just to yourself and tolls Our rem edy will make you happy What it hat done for others it will do for you We ask you in all kindness to write tous fcnd we will send you by return mall at our own expense a full trial treatment of the Greatest Hair Grower en earth We will also send you our interesting booklet of advice and hundreds of testimonials from delightedPatients giving their experiences for who have become You will never regret answering this announcement for it means much to you more than you can imagine If you want beautiful hair if your r lr is getting so that you look aged or your personal appearance Is write to us for help We aro an Incorporated Company not a private concern We want you and your friends to know what we can do and how we do it Send today and do not put it off You will be de lighted with what we send you and it Costs you nothing Address in full enclosing 2c slamt forreply LORRIMER MEDICAL INSTITUTE Incorporated Dept 2320 1181EO North 1tcaSt Baltimore Md THE RIGHT FURNACEed FOR YOUR NEW HOUSE ANYONE handnomeChlna delivered WOOD discouraged disparaged Prevent every mistake DOS pfallllWrlto OQbeatiDIfwhore to erect a furnace properly bow to vet most neat out of coal eta I bow to Rot rid of dusty stoves or replace a burned out heater wfthour Leader IIt1 Furnace You can Put tt up yourlfIt baa every once Wo teach you free Bent freight paid any whore No ii heats 7 to 8 room house schooi store or small church Gaits 519 S perposesbooktoday IIIe Warming ft Ventilating Company 7lt Tacoma Building Chicago A OurJ PARASOL SILK SEVEN I hUFFLESV BOTH FREE TO GIRLS WideOlrlI and modtnrvlceahlo Daraaol that baa ever boon given away It II a new dllIII male ox thtJoylsix lIed Hiik tam and the elpi ii Snisbed ilCallopedaadI rat WOOd Uck finished around thA top lib a LlsbDIOllloej lWlc1blotpacbWamVSaNrolrlIlat withIJj id ffA kl v The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1906 CARUSOTHE TENOR Gave Col Ollie James a Little Free Concert Washington April iCol Ollie James the gigantic Represenativo flow Kentnckv tolil on himself in the Souse clock room the other afternoon Last Sunday night about S oclock I was burled in ouo of those deep leather cnairs in the lobby of the Hntel Willard twiddling my thumb and making myself believe that I was thiukine about things said Col James wben a man who was sitting with his back to me in another loather cnair ben to annoy me He started to him That is to say hed break into little low croons every once in while Hed oroon about three bars of some kind of a tune or other noth ing that sounded familiar to me and then hed break off He didnt hum or call it Incroon or whatever youd my loud or boisterous way but just in his throat and I was the only man in the lobby who beard it because ns I say I was sitting with the back of my chair bang up to the back of his chairNow I despise these hummers and crooners and whistlers in public places I like music plumb crazy over it but Icant abide these Jinf deters of music who delight to make other folks uncomfortableso that every time this chap with his back to me broke into his queen oroon Id find myself getting nervous I wish that confounded jaybird d dry up its head I growled under my breath or something of similar import every time the fellow broke into his crooning and I didnt care whether be beard me growling to myself or not fact 181 hoped he would hear me and hed shut up Hff didnt heat me and every two or three minutes he d start off into one of those snatches of crooned songIFinally 1 made up my mind that I couldnt stand it any longer So I decided to turn around and ask the fellow if he couldnt go down into the cellar or up on the roof or go hire a halt somewhere with bis blamed per sonally conducted music- I twisted around in my leather chair with the hot little speech Id pre pared on the end of my tongue but as soon as 1 clapped an nye upon the man with the black hair the blacK upturn ed mastache the frock coat with the flared skirts and the foreignish loosing silk hat it was all off I quit flunked I crawfasned Was never so thoroughly routed in my life and hope Ill never feel so foolish again The man was Cnruso top notcher J of all the worlds tenors Id busted a new pair of gloves and sprained my c voice only the eight before applaud ing his performance In Pagliacci And here hed been giving me a httleJJ private concert in a hotel lobby and Id got myselt all worked up into aC foam over it because Id imagined him to be just a common or garden variety of crooner Im glad I didnt tart to mane that little ipeerh of rouionstance before twisting around in my cnair toI take a look at the man Id have felt ohe p for the balance of my life if Id callwi Caruso down for singing tohim- selfsure wouldve Bryant Strtttton High School Book keeping books for sale at the News office Price tlIFire hundred Bohemians in Chicago ate about to remove to Irrigated tracts of laud in New Mexico The sooth west is a land of promise with a glor ious climate and it is booming Spring Humors Como to most people and cause many troubles pimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness Indigestion and headache Tho sooner one gets rid of thorn tho better and the way to get rid of them and to build up tho system that has suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence of unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures of crofula Salt Rheum cald Hoad Bolls Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but bo sure to yet Hoods and get it today Ji L TORTURED BY ITCHING ECZEMA Suffered Tremendous Itching Over Whole BodyScratched Until BledWorse at Night With Soreness and Excruciating Pains A Western Ladys WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES Last year at this time I suffered with a tremendous itching on my back which grew worse and worse un til it spread over the whole body and only my face and hands were free For four months or so I suffered tho torments of the damned and I had to scratch scratch scratch until I bled At night when I went to bed things got worse and I had at times to get up and scratch my body all over until I was as sore as could be and until I suffered excruciating pains I did not know what it was and resorted to a number of blood purifiers using at times also Cuticura Soap They told me then that I was suffering from eczema Then I made up my mind that I would also use Cuticura Oint ment and Cuticura Resolvent I used them according to instructions and very soon indeed I was greatly relieved I continued until well and now I am ready to recommend the Cuticura Rem edies to any one who suffers as did your obedient servant Mrs Mary Metzgcr Sweetwater Okla June 28 1905 TORTURING DISFIGURING Humors Eczemas and Itchings Cured by Cuticura The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of scalp as in scalled headaU demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills arc such stands proven beyond all doubt Sold throughout the world Culleurt Sop ISc Olnt meet SOc Itewlttnt SOc In form ol Chocolate Cotted lllli tit prr vIM ol CO may be hid of all drnzf liu A ingle ftt often turf loner Drug and Chem Corp Sole Prop Borton Man Of Stoned Tee II raw to Cure Babj Humors Elect Directors- At the annuall meeting of the stokI nolders of the Columbia Finance andI Trust Company the following directors were elected A Y FordI being the only new one Attilla CoxI H Weiesinger L W Botts Oeorge LJanlbort John W Green Andrew Cowan E T Haley H H Littell JH L Smyser R W Knott A Y Ford John L DnnlapJ D Stew art John L Helm H A Culberlson Charles T Ballard and Sander PII JonesCourierJournalLiviug during the winter months creates a sort of a tuily waut of ozone condition in the blooa ann system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Risers These famous little pills cleans the liver stomach andII bowels and give the blood a chance to purify itself They relieve headache j salow complexion etc Solo by all drug istII There is more ice than ussul in theI akes and it is still 2 feet thick in JMaine The ice octopus can find no xcus U except that It needs the money j c Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar Mr Vm Thos Lanorgan proven Biftl Constable at Chapleau Ontario says I caught severe cold while bunting a burglar in tne forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Jongh Remedy I tried it and after using two small bottles I was cow pletely cured This remedy is intend ed especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in Ilead time than by any other treatment nUll is u favorite where ever Its super for excellence has become known For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport riUUscni mill fails One of the last earthly things that Jackson did was to wad n note from Polk asking his advice about the ap pointment of certain federal olllcers In the south Toll had bmi In ofllce only a few weeks at the tithe and ho wanted to get the Indorsement of Jackson for his administration In order to win Jacksons favor Polk was called Young Hickory by his admiring friends but Old Hickorys favorite for tho nomination in 1811 was Van Burcn and not Polk Jackson was a Texas anuexatlonlst as was Polk while Van Burens opposition to annexation was what caused his defeat for the candidacy Yet personally he preferred Van Duron Polk after his Inauguration made war on Francis P Blair who edited Jacksons and Van Burens old organ at Washington tho Capital and thus displeased Jackson though the latter knew that Blair had been lukewarm toward Polk lu the canvass Blnlr was forced to get out and the Capital was changed Into the Dally Union with Ritchie of Richmond as Its editor From the hour of this retirement until his death through Van Burens administration and In the open Ins days of Polks Jackson remained an influential figure in the Democratic politics of the UmeSt Louis Globe Democrat Carljr Eucllali Lotteries Probably the first public lottery ever Leid took place in England In 1007 vhcu 40000 chances were sold at 10 shillings each the prizes consisting chiefly of plate and the profits going for the repair of certain harbors Tho drawing took place at the west door of St Pauls cathedral In 1012 another lottery took place ut St Pauls This was for the benefit of the Virginia com pang The highest prize was 1000 and 20000 profit was gained Again in 1030 a lottery was promoted In or der to bring water into London and after the civil war another lottery helped to replenish au exhausted national exchequer Private lotteries soon became very common and being general lyI conducted on fraudulent principles nu act of parliament was passed early In the reign of Queen Anne suppressing them us public nuisances In 1094 a loan of 1000000 was raised by the sale of lottery tickets at 110 each and in 1710 1500000 was raised by ten pound tickets each ticket being enti tied to an auuulty for thirtytwo years the blanks 14 shillings per annum the prizes varying from lei to 1000 per annum Old IIIIIH In England There Is an almost puritanical slm plicity about many of the old English Inns and alehouses often In keeping with the old world names of their pro prletors as for example Amos Gale Shadrach Meade Samuel Ward or Ma ry Ana Mulcock The names of tho Inns would require a paper to them selves The Three Horseshoes has for its rival across tho road the Four Horseshoes At Peters Green the sign of the Half Moon pods complacently across the heath to the Bright Star A favorite name In many a village Is de rived from hc number of bells In the tower of tho parish church Thus there is the Six Bells at St Michaels where Lord Bacon lies burled and Hatfield and Luton have each their Eight Bells The Buil the Bell the Plow the Rose and Crown the George and the Dragon the Red Lion are old stagers to bo found everywhere reminding one of Joseph Addtsons delightful essay in the earlier Spectators on the signposts of London In which he says that our Itreets are filled with blue boars black swans and red lions not to mention dying pigs and hogs In armorLon Ion Spw tutor Grip Quickly Knucked Ou Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and myself contracted severe colds wntch speedily developed into the worst kind ol 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 running with alternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the Fame with a double dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use soon completely knocked nut the grip Sold by Snort A Haynes TOBINSPORTHeld Mrs Arced Ryan iis on the sick list Hartmann the huckster is making his regular calls Misses Eva and Mary Frank were in Cloverport Saturday Rev Leocher tilled nis regular appointment at the M E Church Sunday morning and eveiiiug Mrs Rilla Lamb is visiting her son C S Lamb of Cloverport Tho new telephone line will soon be in operation Miss Lula Leaf will have charge of the exchange Miss Naomi Simons who has been on tbe sick list for the past week is now able to attend school again Mrs John C Esarey who Has been ill for the past two weeks is improv leg Mrs Frank A Yates and Mrs Mattie Leaf wore in Cloverport Satur dayMiss Vtrna Ryan and Willia Polk were the guests of Miss Della Winchell SundayBorn to the wife of Jess hth Satur day April 7 a girl The Spring Normal will close Satur lay Prof Yates has done good work both in spring and winter terms Miss Nina Weatherholt who has been on an extended visit to her brother David Weatherfiolt of Owensboro Ky arrived horn Monday Mrs Mattie DoWeese and daughter Miss Nell Ruth went to to Rome Sat tudny where they will visit Mrs DeWeeso until the latter part of the summer Keep your bowels regular by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There Is nothing better For sale by Short K Haynes Clover port Meades Home Coming Meade county has set Wednesday June 20 as the date ot its Homecorn ng to follow the general reunion in Louisville June 13to 17 At the last meeting of tbe Brandenburg Commercial lub tbe date was agreed upon and subcommittees were appointed to arrange the program Among the at traotions for the day will be a brass band speakers and a big dinner will be given by the ladies of Meade county to the former residents a w An Ideal Heroine Barbara Winslow RebelBy ELIZABETH ELLIS I There is something exceedingly winsome about Barbara the is sucha terry madcap of a girland yet as feminine as one could imagineBrooklyn Barbara coquettishand fickle lighthearted and gay but daring in the face of danger and true as steel N Y Mail is is or If have 1st of sent ut ant Is our the prlc 20 cent Issue di of an varieties Our cus to ers pi cover Stat In can dl most dt ring an sometimes in an are in of each In moss very best for this Barbara is an alluring creaturea girl of sweet and and Chicago RicardHerald Barbara is one of the most winsome of seven heroines we in 6c lion Free A girl who masquerades in mans attire fights a with a Kings officer disarming him and falls desperately in love with him s the heroine of this charming tale Barbara on entrancing creature whether in petticoats doublet and hose Her acquaintance is well worth makingIllustrated John Rae 150 your bookseller haint it faidIIJIDODD MEAD COMPANY Publishers Fifth Avenue New York j 1 STRAWBERRY PLANTS We a complet strawberry No plants after October 1st Atier December customers ma deduct from per We sba a new catalogue I January Riving full scriptlon the old new for strawberr nts every the union We every mouth the winter spring except January February Our plant Mod bundles t packed 1 the manner I crates especially designed putposi brave heart spirit high courage fascinating moods qualities the teenth century have encountered Detroit Press duel then by 372 plant ls Strawberry Plant Price List Half Dozen at dozen rates 50 ot hundred rectos 500 at lobo rules j 12 by mall 100 Ex 1000 Ex 12 by mail 100Ex 1000 Ex post paid not pd not pd post ad not pd not pa Almoro i5 f3 00 125 00 lt1dntlhtfQ 25 0 60 f5 00 Auto 25 40 3 50 Mark Hanna 40 60 500 I Aroma 25 40 3 00 Marie 25 40 3 00 Butmch 25 30 2 50 McKinley 25 40 300 Urandywlne 25 30 2 50 Marshall 25 40 3 00 Boston Prize- nismurck 20 50 400 Mitchells EarlyO 30 200 25 30 250 Nick Ohmer 25 SO 260 Climax 25 40 3 00 New York 25 40 360 Clyde 25 40 3 00 New Globe 25 60 5 00 Crescent 20 30 2 00 New Homo 500 Du inn 25 30 2 50 Oak Early 500 1 K Fkey 15 W Parsons 20 30 260 Early Hathaway 40 75 5 00 Hough HlderO 30 260 Excelsior 25- JKleanor 30 2 50 Klo 20 40 2 60 20 30 2 50 Star 20 80 2 60 Fulrflold 25 60 350 Sharpness 0 30 350 Gandy 25 30 2 50 Sample 20 30 250 Gladstone 25 40 3 03 Superior 25 40 3 00 i Glen Mary 25 40 300 Senator Dunlap 25 30 250 HaverlandO 30 2 50 Southerland 20 40 260 Hero 60 60 5 00 Tennessee 20 30 2 60 Johnsons EarlyO 30 250 TIlghraansFavrite 25 30 2 60 Jessie 25 30 250 Uncle Jim 40 60 5 JKing Ihllip 5 00 WarfluId 20 30 200 Kansas 20 30 250 Louis Huboch 25 30 2 50 CASH ORDERS Lovetts 25 40 3 00 Lady Thompson 25 M 2 50 All orders accompanied by cash amounting Livingston 25 40 3 00 to 5000 plants 5 per cunt oft Also have a complete stock of Peach Apple Pear Plum and Cherry Trees No bettor in the country Send for free Illustrated catalog J G HARRISON BERLIN MD BIQQLEHandsomely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated BY JACOB B1QQLG A Farm Library ol Practical unequalled valueI date Concise and Comprehensive BOOKS n No 1BIGQLE HORSE BOOT All about Horsesa Commontense Treatise withmore than 71 illustrations a standard work Price 60 Cents No 2 BIQQLE BERRY BOOK All about growing Small Fruits read and learn how lleautiful colored prates Price 60 Cents No 3BIQQLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best Poultry Book In existence tells everything Profusely Illustrated Price 60 Cents No 4 BldQLE COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy Business new edition Colored plates Sound Common sense Price 60 Cents No SBIQQLE SWINE BOOK All about Hoes Breed Insr Feeding Butchery Diseases etc Covers the whole round Price 60 Cents No 6BIQQLE HEALTH BOOK Gives remedies and uptodate information A household necessity Extremely practical Price 60 Cents No 7 BIQQLE PET BOOK For the boys and girls particularly Pets of all kInds and how to care for them Price 60 Lents No 8BIGQLE SHEEP BOOK Covers the whole ground Every page full of good advice Sheep men praise it Price W Cents Farm Journal yearsoldqultafteryouhjvesaldit Farm and Household paper In the worldthe biggest paper of Its size In the Inlted States of America having more than Three Million regular readers Any ONe of the mOOLB BOOKS and the PARM JOURNAL 5 YEARS 1mInl tOOl and all of 10071903 1909 and 1910 tent bv man to any address for A DOLLAR BILL Sample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIQOLBDOOKS free WILMER ATKINSON CO PrnuinEits OP FARM JOURNAL PBILAOBLPBIA The power of a News Want Ad is marvelous i 01 0 ANNOUNCEMENTSILLINOIS 3 l C7 in Louisville to New Orlennos and re- turn3U I U April S3 to 24 Inclusive Y Ixjulsvlllo to California and soRdN655 turn April 34 to May 4 inclusive a tatlintLouisyvilla tollotprFngevlnMcmphls n Il rates to points lnJlJSIEyIPPLLOUISIANA T AKKANBAH INDIAN TKRK1TOKY OK LAHOMA and TEXAS on the first and third hf Tuesdays of each montheENtleepersThrough personally conducted excursion 1 zonu und Texas e1 Full Particulars concerning alt of tbe H fotlhadF W HARLOW D P A LouU c Ue ffr 0T HOWES 1 pRICO rdRSSs SOnETHING NEW Ce styleBlade I Ii 10sightedI dtperiorbWEai 1 them and ththeye youhalo JthisaJrelIevo gh T J Howe Co Opticiansrr Blt lOUJSVILLEKYCo1101 MI A GREAT OFFERtlCa1 Farm Journal five j Breckenridge News one I 175 thlBOII1trl By special arrangement with thett publishers of the Farm JournalsPhiladelphia we are enable to o4y ykfer both papers for 100 to every do new advancepaying subscriber and to every old subscriber who pays in advance tho Breckenridge News one year and the Farm Journal five years both papers for 100 tho price of ours alone The Farm Journal is 29 years oldand enjoys great popularityatJ I adapted to the circulation in eyeIYtstate and is one of the most usetful interesting and trustworthy farm papers published This offer should be exceptedr without delay as it only holds for a limited tim- e4ew dlEcnI alasspeech mind for her to respond In theEsame terms constitutes marriage InWScotland Any one who has ever read = Wilkie Collins novel Man and Wife will remember there a case in pointeThe heroine sends a note to the hero 1slgulngsulflclently careless and indifferent totwrite his reply on the back of her own 7 letter and signs himself Your Hue band This note crumpled up and f tossed aside as of no value falls Into the hands of an unscrupulous person who to levy blackmail on the hero keeps it and produces It as evldonco of marriage Xo other form hind been gone through and yet the couple wero RecordHeraidIJHeraidAlways J There is a group of islands to tho I Siptern I ed to be subjected to a practically con I stant rainfall The same may be saidII of the Islands and mainland of Tierra del Fuego saving for tho dlfferenco that the rain often takes tho form of sleet and snow On a line running 1 round the world from four to eightl or i nine degrees there are patches overtt which rain seldom ceases to fall This I Is called the zone of constant precipita I tion but at the same time there aro several localities along It wIth very little rainfall v The End of Knowledge Some men think that the jrratlflca tlon of curiosity Is the end of knowl edge some the love of fame some tho pleasure of dispute some tho necessity of supporting themselves by their knowled i 1knowledgeicate that reason which was given us by God to the use anfl advantage of man Bacon 4Mall orders for tally cards and post cards are given prompt attention at the News OffiC6I rt j j = y 1 i e f d ele- lai f Sy s y T NFL I I OP CHAPTEK ONR I European representative of ffSYNOPSIS rt and a lleit Point In aria at the lime of and Germany lIe was I GmlralSlaffsoulktatlern border Attaint declares tint a theysivt thousand automsbtlet art impressed filled ddamsGenerala d a wireless telegraphy lead the advance car y inf afield war falioon The ascent it made dtrd the main German fore n discovered mobil tsinf in Lorraine Tilt balloon it struck by a German shell and tegint to fall swiftly into the Mdstol the treats CHAPTER II The balloon was now within half n steadilyUencatli Thebulletsr gave a groan and sank by my side shot through the heart Martinis hand was shuttered as It gripped the rail+ of the basket I expected death and stood erect again grasping the sup porting cable at one end of the basket It seemed miserable to bo thus a tar get for the bullets of a thousand sol replySuddenlylurch instinctively my grasp tight ened on the supporting cable and well lt was for at that instant a well di rected shell from n rapidfirer cut tho carhwayedwire hold I drew myself up and got surroundIng handstandwhirling over and over In mid air and railinglikewentdownI closed my eyes sick with horror musculurotorte allTherealIzed andbasketupperthoughtsknowingness my grip would weaken Suddenly I felt that I had entered a stratum of cold air It was sweet andpure It stimulated me Ieyes and glanced below mencEarth could not bo seen I was In the clouds Remember now that I hung by the grip Of two hands tram a coarse net caaVlngI1 ahould soon be compelled to rest or I must let go and follow my late companions Summoning all my nerve I threw up ono log and as luck would have It caught my foot In a mesh of tho not I pushed my leg through un til the rope was under my knee then rested for a few sweet minutes hang swingIng hold with the other toot then working getbothblessed interval was relieved of severe strain though my hold was by no means secure The balloon seemed now to bo mov ing swiftly in the wind but neither rising nor falling Tho steady gUlling motion the absolute quiet and tho mytightdencygto sleep I was compelled to talk to myself to keep awake and finding that even this would not suffice I determined to make myself secure At imminent risk for 1 was getting woefully cramped I let go with my right hand and reaching In my pocket got my knife opening It with my teeth I cut through halt a dozen meshes of the net and thus made a hole largo enough to admit my head and shoul envelopingtoldsI worked whole bodythrough and finally with a prayer of thanks to God found myself lying flat upon tho strong net work my back against the gasbag 80 great was the relief of this position that I sank into sleepIt age later when I awoke voicesoflooked around me I lay in a bed surrounded by silken drapery My whole body ached and my head seem ed to be several times its ordinary size Then a voicethat of the woman spoke again in soft rippling French bestMonsieuragainI in the direction of the sound and saw approaching me what I k wok a white lace cap which served onl- yHeridreswasse mnla brown curls of white with a touch of bluo at throat and shoulders She camo to the bedside and leaned over me I shall remember to my dy ing day her soft cool hands pressed upon my aching brow Her loose slee ves showed her talri plump arms nigh to the elbows recall even now the desire as i toll asleep that I could have those arms about my neck I awoke again some time later feel- Ing much refreshed My fair nurse brought me a glass of cool milk and held my head in the hollow of her arm as I drank smiling and nodding at mo Then I lay quiet for a while and presently found myself able to speak question She told mo that I was In tho Cha teau Lagunay on tho west bank of the Mouse River some distance northwest of Verdun In the prettiest French which I could readily understand though my own pronounclatlon was execrable sho told me how at dawn my balloon had come crashing Into a grove at trees near the Chateau how the gardeners had released me from my prison In the net and how I had been brought Into the house by her fathers instructions and cared for through the night I was seriously bruised about tho head and shoulders and they thought at first that I was dead Later her father a French nobleman of the old regime came to the bedside expressed his pleasure that Monsieur Addams they had learned my name from papers found In my pockets had recovered assuring me that I need have no concern as to my perfect wclqomo to remain as his guest untili I should be completely restored t to health I suppose it was the shock that blot allfangel always at hand to minister to hunger or thirst and to talk softly to me at Intervals between naps She I told me much about herself She was but twenty an only child with no mother that she could remember She and her father and the faithful ser vants lived alon She seemed very happy And If she was happy whf- totmWleltBororalwu able to sit uy athteataolld food I kneel that my heart had found its mate Ah I was very much in love muchbettervalet came in and assisted me to dress My clothes were torn to shreds In tho balloon wreck and I found myself compelled to accept the counts offer of a complete outfit from his own wardrobe Behold me therefore seat ed in an easy chair clad in a handsomo suit of plumcolored velvet with short breeches white silk stockings silver buckled shoes and a longtailed coat What With lace and ruffles and all the trimmings of royalty I felt like a trussed goose but Almco regarded me as the very apotheosis of perfection and grace This I had from her own sweet lips And so completely satlS1fled were We with each other fore night I had kissed her a thou sand times and obtained her consent to an ultimate marriage with the un derstanding that I should be acceptable to the Count whose reserve I had not at that time courage to penetrate with my request for his daughters handj But there Is no hurry I said Let us wait a few days my precious And I tQok her In my arms kissing her again and again and calling her all manner of pet names Very undigni fled and breathlessly hasty lovemnk Ing for an American of thirt eve But in love are we not all fools I know not how the practical every day part of my mind suddenly got to work agala I was seated In the gar den on the fourth day after my descent upon Lagunay musing upon the AIMEE1 charms of Aimee who had gone to the house to attend to the preparation ot dinner Somewhere near by a heavy door shut with a slam It shocked me like a pistolshot I jumped to my feet with a shout The Germansthe Wartho French Martini Rcchore all the exciting events of the past ten days swept upon me like an avalanche Hero I sat In the very path of the In vaders passing my time In a Mldsum mernlghtdrcam of lovo and seven teentlt century Indolence I ran to the house Preparations must be made against the arrival of the troops At the portccochcro I saw tbe count lust alighting from his ancient chaise 1 hurried to his side A word with you In private 1 said The serious look upon my face hstartledhouse and entered his study Here I acquainted him with the events of the past week of my balloon recon naissance of the plan of the ucr mans Living as ho did In such com plete Isolation withdrawn from the activity of the world about him since the days of the Second Empire ho had heard only rumors and was qulto un aware of tho approaching crisis juthe rose to tho occasion showing even In these declining years unusual power of decision and action TheCounttainers and secreted in the woods nearbya largo amount of silver plate heirlooms but I quieted her with assurances that I would protect her though how I would stand oft a German army I had no Idea Early In the evening camo news of the approach of Lancers on the cast sldo of the Mouse reconnoitering for tho o and shortly afterward a French officer rode up to the Count with whom ho was acquainted of the pres shortf1IstancoChateauItwe would bo in the zone of battle He accordingly made haste to move to a safe distance as much as possible of his personal property My heart went nocomplaint costhimest4teAllw41 worked theonopicturesunddawned the Count left us going south Generallssimoa proceeQlng opposemytenderblessinguscarefullyemy to set out for Bethel a small town hadnumerousChateauIan JmilebeneathhlgthereWasthreemilesnarrowedthedeepselectedbyLoavIngarmed servants some of whom were warIRamunelookingPlyelegantI found the town in great confusionMany persons were loading up their tordeparturestealthily had tho Germans approached that their advance at that point was unknown halt a dozen hours efore my arrivalFrom wooaedhiltacrossIntoeye could see stretched the ranks of otPrussiaofWurtemburg mobilizing fropier of Lorraine that ancient bone LuxumburcAsupon French soil they swept lawnlike A storm Spies preceded thorn cutting telegraph wires In all directions The i thirty miles between the frontier and the Meuse River had been covered in ten hours the troops moving at a swinging trot And here they were at the crossing without the least sho- otoppositionMeanwhile the French were advanc ing with characteristic deliberation their main force being then at and around the great military camp of Chalons some fifty miles to the south west They had been apprised on the previous day of the appearance at the frontier of several bodies of Lancers and Hussars There had been no further reports the wires were cut about that time and it appeared un necessary to make any decided move Of the detachments sent out in auto mobiles at the time of my departure In the lllfated La Jaune I could hearnothing It was not until nionum later when I returned to Parts for a learnIcd e1ase1 leisurely back to Paris and Chaloim where they reported that the story U- a northern Invasion was a canard alIIeesfort and Besancon whore the German Crown Prince with his Bavarian army manoeuvred at a safe distance threat entng retreating building mock forthii ncatlons and steadily pulling the Ger man wool over the French eyes There was no defense possible for Ramune an old provincial town with weak fortifications Yet the small garrison with true military spirit an nounced Its presence by a volley of cannon which seemed to anger tho Germans A battery of mortars was brought up to the river hank Into the town were thrown a hundred or more slxtccnlnch shells which brOKe h IN TOWN and released a viscid liquid emitting a horrible stench A shower of fiercely burning rockets was sent after the shells and In a few minutes the en tire town was ablaze Tho heat turned the strange liquid to gasII dense slowburning heavy vapor that settled upon the place like a pall Such of the residents ns had failed to leave were immediately overcome People toll In the streets by the hundred It was a slaughter pen Being high above tho town I was not thus affected and looktfn on with Indescribable hor ror at this method of warfare Tet was perhaps no less Justifiable than nn attack with exploding shells and deathdealing rapidfire guns The pity was that it was necessary at all Unhindered the Germans swept across the bridge and climbed the steep banks passing through the town now cleared of gas I put spurs to my horse and made for the Chateau- I had hardly arrived and arranged for carriages to tako Almeo and her servants away when I was astounded at heating the galloping of horses In the courtyard To my dismay I found a body of German staff ofrcers had taken posession of the grounds and rare picketing elr nprsaa upon the I L 1I lawn I went to tho door and met a pouaeroua Colonel Culvulry auuut to enter 1 had taken the precaution to arm myself with a raptor taken from the wull of the armory and with this slender weapon I felt reasonably se cure expecting to meet only gentle men private grounds you are welcome Ho pushed me aside with an oath and strode into the hall lie wee fol lowed immediately by another officer brilliant with military trappings The two surveyed me insolently then looked around them This will do admirably said the Colonel to his companion lie advanced to the drawing room i think we may even have a ball here tonight if Monsieur he bowed toward me will but Introduce the ladlesI the hot blood rising In me I replied There but one lady sir and sho is accustomed to gentlemen Ho understood my lame German ox pressions for his face reddened But at that moment Aimee brave as a lion appeared on the stair and approached us with dignity The Colonels face broadened In a leer Ah hat ho cried I moAdvancingher and but for her sudden shrinking would have kissed her I was erazy with anger drawing my sworu i KoodAnllrlPanscoundrels My West Point swordmanshlp was not forgotten Though time Colonel drew ills heavy calvary sabra he was nut quick enough I caught mm in the sldo below the ribs and ran him through before tile companion could Interfere Drawing back 1 would have pierced his buwclri had not a sudden shout at the dour startled me The next moment I was seized from behind violentlytofeet away A heavy knee came down upon my client a pair of strong hands oyeslookedmy master Yet I protested struggling violently Let me up I cried I did but protect my sweetheart from tho Insult of yonder cur of a Colonel Then I became suddenly quiet star Ing Into the determined face above time smoothshaven bur for a pair of fierce upturned moustaches The recog nition was mutual Your Majesty I superiorityIMy captor arose and lifted me tom feet Mr Adams he ropled with a smile had I recognized you at first I should have been less vigorous In my treatment of your person Now ex plain this unseemly circumstance It was the Knlner the War Lord himself whom I had met a dozen times To be continued next week GREAT SKILL WITH THE XSBDLS Women of the North tarn Money by Skillful Manipulation Tho women of New England from early colonial days have been noted for their wonderful gklll with tho needle yet it remains for tho housewives of Hancock County Maine to utilize this art as a means of earning sufficient funds wlili which to purchase winter clothing More than a thousand women in this county alone are inisily engaged each winter knitting nippers for tlie fishermen who wait out from Gloucester Mass A fishermans nipper Is a heavy short wrlsted wool mlt with a forefinger protection for the thumb and first finger and a padded palm It Is designed for protecting tho hands of fishermen who haul wet lines In cold weather Fully 50000 pairs of nippers are worn out every year of which more than 75 per cent are knitted by women who live in tho shore town east of Penob scot River AB a rule a woman with active fingers can knit four pairs a day in addition to doing her housework Tho pay for making a set of nippers is four cents which IB taken up In store trade from the agents In actual cash value no more than three cents a pair Is given for the work The knitters begin their labors late In November and continue until February or later the busiest season being from December 15 until the New Year It it not uncommon to see aged women walking along the streets knitting nippers In quickstep time holding balls of yarn In their apron pockets A smart knitter can use up greater length of yarn than sho can cover In walking along a good roai her fingers outstripping her feet In a ratio of 7 to I C A fEW MINUTES THE ENTIRE WAS ADIAZE apprise It oi immense as Is 5 She Is counted a poor knitter who cannot knit a mile of yarn while she Is walking a mile though when knit ting rapidly a brisk walking pace tlia not easily maintained The women carry their knitting work about with them no matter wHat else they arc doing At evening prayer meetings tho flash and click of the needles are not unusual accompanl ments Cases are known In which women have taken their knitting to funerals though near relatives of the deceased are barred from this privilege As tho communities are strictly orthodox no knitting is done on Sundays The nipper business furnlsnea good revenue to railroads steamboats and stages and Involves an expenditure of about 10000 a year Hyacinths and lilies aro artificially colored by1 putting their stew in liquid dyeJr Do You Use- Acetylene if so We Want to Send You A SAMPLE BURNER Y Vt e believe we have the very best and the cheapest line of Acetylene Hurners Uur sample tvbyitWrite us today mention kind of liens rator used enclose it cents In stawpito cover postage and we will send you A Sample Burner W M CRANE COMPANY 113133 BROADWAY Room 1Q New York N Y MERCHANTS USING TRADING STAMPS can save the cost of them by our plan It increases business CopyCu IOh1 lItfCapeachits IIAIlOUTFITfit1LOADING youWrlle IahowllIlC UUII ludlsu Suits Tarket and otherpremlume r IQIIwrit FITSI I IIrn UB H d 1H COnly Sure Cure and Permanent Absolutely Pure 100 Package cures antordinary case 300 Plcklgecurcsf can or money refunded Sent postpaid on receipt of price AGENTS WANT KIJ Jiberat terns UUtrii Hens nemidi Co q u4lh A PitttDirf 1I486 F P IILITlITi Fill 4 Made of superior quality of Batiste medium high bust long on hips full bias gore hose supporters attached price 100 per pair If not for sale at your dealers sent upon receipt of price by 6IRDSEY SOMERS CO J 3 W 19th StJVlev York 1L V DEPT 25 FREETwo Nottingham Lace CurtaIns Nearly three yards long and one yard wide they gather up nicely and furnish an elegant drapery for even very broad windows for parlor or living rooms No Money Required Send us your name and address and we will mail you 24 pieces of famous jewelry novelties to sell at lOc oath When sold send us the 240 and we will send you the curtains at once Write today Addre- ssColumbia Novelty Co it SARATOGA ST East Boston Mass etc h I I I A Magazine for the MillionsDevoted to Industrial Agricultural Commercial Development and Homemaking The Jest GO Cent Magazine lii America- Do you want to Improve your circumstances Do you want to know about the oppor tunities awaiting honest enterprise and ambition 1 Do you want hints on the Improvement of homo surroundings 1 Do you want delightful entertaining instructive beautifully ilium Crated reading tor the home circle 1 Alt these anti more you will find In drrokruNtTY OUR OFFER Fill in the coupon below cut out this entire advertisement and send to us with 60 cenii for one years subscription If after you have read tho first number you can conscientiously say that OPPORTUNITY is not worth 4 J4 cents a month to you write us to stop it and we evsUreturnyour mosey by firstmeiti OPPORTUNITY PUBLISHERS DATE 27l Dearborn St Chicago Enclosed find 60 cents for one years subscription to OPPORTUNITY beginning with the current number Ham nnurnnuPest Office i It Route Streetor u mnuuannn a un For sale 17 All News talrs States s r rqi rc u L L 2i he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 ANY JAMESTOWNS- edal Invitation Extended Their Citizens to be Present on Jamestown Day Norfolk VaOn the 13th day of- ay 1007 on the water of Hampton oads and on its shores in Norfolk1 nnty the three hundredth annivers ry of the first permanent settlement of Englishspeaking people in America Sill be memorialized by the James town Exposition E This date will be Jamestown Day Shore were Spanish settlers in America efore Jamestown and the French iiHd established some villages along the Canadian coast ont the palisades on jjponnatans River whIch were named jjfr the reigning monarch of England formed the fret village in the western orld where English was spoken t rThe descendants of the original 1United1 Recently when the Daughters of the American Revolution visited James town Island it was found that not lees than fifteen visiting members of the society traced their ancestry dir ectly to some inhabitant of James town i The Exposition management have discovered many Jamestowners and have invited them to participate in the celebration on the 18th day of May i Recently it has been suggested that inhabitants cf other Jamestowns andI descendants of past Inhabitants should be included in the general invitation and ratifying this thought takes in the people of all the cities named after James the First The Postal Guide of the United States gives Jamestown in the following t fJStates Alabama Arkansas Califoinia j aColorado Georgia Illinois Indiana I Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana f Michigan Missouri New York North J Carolina North Dakota Ohio Pensyl fj vannia Rhode Island Tennessee and I settlewenttheir borders one or more towns named itfter James the First who if be could return to earth would probably perpe trate some wonderful pilgram on thef subject ince while living he wasf known as tna wisest fool in Christen I dom 200000 FOR- OWENSBORO I Washington It is stated on goud authoriety that tho largest build Ing appropriation for Kentucky will go to Owensboro The appropriation for t the building there will it is said be I 200000Crept reatetissue per roll News office- Oppoalte Hickman the towboat Jos 11eph B Williams with fifty coal barges was caught in crosscurrents and ren dered helpless Five barges went down and the remainder floated down stream with every prospect of being wrecked FACTS IN NATURE It2Tot Only Do We Get Inspiration From Nature But Health as Well For people who are rundown and ncrv Vous who suffer from Indigestion or dys I popsia headache biliousness or torpid r liver coated tougue with bitter tasto In the morning and poor appetite It becomes necessary to turn to some tonic or I strengthener which will assist Naturo and help them to got on their feet and pnt the body Into Its proper condition It Is becoming more and more apparent that Natures most valuable health giving agents are to be found In forest plants and roots Nearly forty years ago Dr RV Pierce now consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y discovered that by scientifically I extracting and combining certain medicinal prInciples from native roots taken from our American forests ho could produce a medicine which was marvelously efficient In curing cases of blood disorder and liver and stomach trouble as well as i many other chronic or lingering all ments This concentrated extract of I Natures vitality ho named Golden Med ical Discovery It purifies the blood by putting tho stomach and liver Into healthy condition thereby helping the digestion and assimilation of food which t weaktiousness and kindred derangements- If you have coated tongue with bitter or bad taste In tho morning frequent headaches feel weak easily tired stitches or pain In side back gives out easily and aches belching of gas constipation or Irregular bowels feel flashes of heat alternating with chilly sensations or kin dred symptoms they point to derange ment of your stomach liver and kidneys which the Golden MedIcal Discovery will correct more speedily and perma nently than any other known agent Contains no alcohoor printed lanIII ItsJngredlentsf In i ih on wrapper 1 The solo motive for substitution Is to permit the dealer to make a little more profit TIe gaIns you lose Accept no sub etltuto for Golden Medical Discovery Constipation causes and aggravates many serious diseases It Is thoroughly cured by Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets One a laxative two or three are cathartic ij YourWants WantsSupplied i d Wo are fully prepared to supply your wants for anything in our lino with entire satisfaction Repair work isi one of our specialties II Jewelry watches or any thing that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right aWe respectfully solicit your patronage T C IIIARDII Lm For Fear of Cyclones Chicago April 10Dowse said to day that the room in the basement of Shiloh house was put there by a former mayor of ZIon City who believed it will take ptecautions against olycon I es and mob vengance He built the chamber with his knowledge and declared he had never entered the room Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations ate offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys II Honeyand Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains 110 opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons A R Fisher Henry Youtsey and Jim BowardI in Frankfort penitentiary for complicity in the murder of William Qoeble met for the first time within the walls of the prison Sunday and without exchanging a word shook hands Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has atmosphere which makes life in 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 Billiousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizzi ness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequaled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Price only GOC The New York grand jury is to enter upon an investigation of the affairs of the Washington Life InsurcncoI Company THE MOOSE HUNTER How He Entice the Hull With a lUrch llurk Trumpet The moose calling hunter Is one who with a birch bark trumpet Imitates theI bellow of the cow moose und tempts the bull forth into plain view for an easy shot- Though the Ilust sportsmanlike It IsI the most effectual way of getting bullI moose Fortunately for them it can beI practiced only for a fortnight or so at the beginning of the season and in ex actly the right weather and surroundings Dead calm is essential If there bo wind from the moose to you ho cannot hear your call If It be from you to the moose he smells you and tiles to far re glows In a calm the call can be heardI for miles so far Indeed that oven if the moose came directly and quickly ho might be an hour or more In getting to your stand I once called from a hill at sunset and learned later that my friends four miles away heard me dis tinctly and therefore a moose with his keen hearing might have heard it five or six miles off The experienced hunter begins very low as there Is always a possibility oft a bull lurking in some near thicket andI calls not more than once In ten min utes some think every twenty minutes often enough It Is probably too fastt once the response has come The bulls answer Is a deep long grunt varied by the snapping of branches as he plunges forward through the woods but stop ping at times to thrash some bush in his course It In Indeed one of the most impress- Ive sights In the animal world when at length In the last dim afterglow the much heralded monster heaves his bulk Into view overtopping the shrubbery like an elephant looming huge and black against the last streak of redI light No matter how much we may be expecting it the coming Is always a thrilling surprise Vo knew how big he was yet how startlingly huge he looks and those heavy antlers a heavy burden for a man be switches about as an Indian does the eagle feathers in his hair Ernest Thompson Seton in Scrlbners S ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported By EvansSnlderBuel Co Live StocK Commission Agent Special to the News Nntlonn Stock Yards Ill April 11 A ver moderate snpply of cattle the fore part of this week inolnded comparative few good beet steers and none fancy Values as a rule were disappointing to sellers as very little strength was shown as compared witn the decided bearish close of last week The bulk of the sales ranged from fl75 to f1j00 and the demand seems to center on tbe medium grades at present although some fancy beeves would sell Iron 1575 to fGOO per cwt Good to choice beef cows at fiC and up were the only kind that showed any strength Canners cutters and the general ran of heifer stulf moved slowly and were more than stead sellers Veal calves lower Good mill cows in good demand at steady prices Receipts in the stocker and feeder division is extremely light and quash common but there is a rood deman for fair to good grauo of feeders at 3 75 to t4 00 The supply of bogs at all market was slightly under expectations am prices ruled higher with sales on fol lowing basis top 050 bulK of the good to choice hoes 085 top for weights under 150 IDS 1025 and bull 010 and pigs under 100 Ibs at 475 to 550 Little pigs are tally 25 cent lower than best time of last week Evans Snider Bnel Co Rheumatism Makes Life fliserable A happy home is the most valuable possession that is within the reach of mankind but you CHnnot enjoy Its comfort if you are suffering from Then matistn Yon throw aMide business cares when you enter your home and and you can be relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applYing Chamberlains Pain Balm One up plication will give yon relief and Its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cnre For sale by Short Haynes Cloverpnrt OHIe James Is Nominee The First district Democratic con- gressional1 committee has met and declared the Hon Ollie 11 James the Democratic nominee for congress no other candidate having announced within the time specified by the com mittee Human Blood Marks A talo 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 year ago I had seveiel hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I be gan taking Dr Kings New Discovery It cmpletely cured me ani I have remained well ever since It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Cnghs Settled Colds and Bionohitis and is the only mown cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists fiOc und f100 Trial bottle free Covered by Tons of Hot Ashes Naples Mount Vesuvius is a coles sal brazier and the town of Boscotre case on the southern declivity is ia gray island of ruin covered by tons of ashes Torrents of liquid are coursing in all directions while a pall of snip nnrons smoke hovers over all and makes breathing difficult The streams of lava are resistless ITbl most rational remedy for Coughs and Colds is Kennedys Laxative Hone and Tar It acts on the bowels as a mild cathartic expels all cold from the systrin Cnts all phlegm out ol the throat relieves coughs colds croup whooping coughetc An ideal remedy for childien equally good for adults Sold by all druggists Free Toll Sunday Ur R L Newsom operator of the Uloverport and Hardlnsbnrg TnrnpiKe gave pasess to Hites Run and return rover tne turn pike to all those who attended the temperance meeting at that place Sunday afternoon rFora 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 witbIa weak digestion dont fail to give these Tablets a trial Thousands hove been benefited by their use They only cost a quarter For sale oy Short Haynes Cloverport Meets at Presbyterian Church The Union prayer meeting met at the Presbyterian church last Wednesday night with Hovious Rafferty as leader Rafferty threw ont strong points in favor of temperance and received compliments npon the attempt There was a largo orowa out and the singing was lively Goof 10 gent penmanship tablets for 3 cents at the News office I c lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard abeautiful brown or rich black Use dose just bedtime mild erCoconstipation BUCKINGHAMS DYE PREFACE situation exhibits Americathe The PatriotsBy CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY Author of Southerners Wartime story aspects opens chapter the life Lee woven the decided for Virginia and the Southland love storya vein the most and sentiment running through the pages Illustrated 150 bookseller publisher postage receipt DODD MEAD COMPANY Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue York Manhattan Roofing Paint Arrests Rust Prevents Decay m Iron Shingle and Prepared roofings Also Smoke- Stacks Guaranteed years only for THE MANHATTAN ttCLEVELAND u I v WANTED II- a III 500 AcresII want Farmers contract and growI Acres Tomatoes forIPolk Packing Company I IRaIlwayI For particulars address Polk Packing Company Keller Building Louisville Or Gloverpot Ky Il11NWlfllNfIiIII IMPORTANT CHANGE Louisville Henderson Railway HENDERSON ROUTE and 1906 trains this Company and depart from 10th and Broadway from Seventh Depot formerly Union Depot Louisville IRWIN A- Louisville THE STOCK LAW i breakers in city haveI no means of escape There is always an officer around to make an arrest officers being wltbont Friday effected the Capture of several bead of in North safely imprisoned them in ponnd Thnre is a stock north henc impounding of There close stock at large in Magistrate District everbody to keep their stock Inan E town News Ic The is pill at Sugarcoated certain They cure i rim era or Duwun oaa r iuu co I II FROM THE In General Lee was a great a dominant figure The character of has somewhat lost tight of in the study of his but it fairly glows all is high and noble true Bayardof the South the chacterutics of the Christian gentleman to the full Hi isa personality to be studied to be followed to bo loved In his groat nets find in his simplicity he i enduring inspiration to true manhood for all world even etc Cf in its It with a in of around hour in which to take arms There is a dual of tender sweetest in Colors Ifyour hasnt Ilht t will send the book paid upon of New Jt h t aa- l sedon Tin Puper on Boilers rj Fences etc rjj five Made in black Y Write Particulars 1i PAINT CO 01110 r r r r o r 1 We 500 of full 304 MIfI St Louis Go On after April 1 all of will- rive ar nt Street Station Tenth instead of Street Ky- L J G P Ky Law this whatever banging loose Time a job tho End and the city law in the precinct and the id a loking for innning and it bebovoers enclosure I one one WISBCI every Lee been career with that and The ian I The A all he up CJ price to cows cows Doing Well in the West Earnest Popham the pnpnlpr yon merchant who left for Oklaho sometime ago writes home that he is doing well on his 140 acre farm Popham bought the faint and ogre to live on it 14 months He wrote tnat he was building him a house and was just starting after the shlneles to roofat it which were fifty miles away being the shortens distance from t i farm to any railroad OASTOnXABun thethe Kind You rata Always Signature pof Good 8 M 75 cents knives for 25 cents at the News office t T PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high deIyanteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience m set- tlIng estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- 1IARDiNSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of rec and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collectlOK road cases and criminalI practice License to practice In tJmoo States District Courts Office rvet Bank of liardlnsburg LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOHIOUATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans yule- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville tl75 Clavorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office I54150I5S 4th st Louisville Ky f C V WILLIAMS G F and P AI GEOH WILSON Snot I THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP i Cures all Coughs and r assistsI In expelling Colds from the rr3 Isystem by the bowels A certain cureI for croup and I whoopingcough j I=radILrkEetlstars1 IClonf in vi i I J KENNEDYS LAXA- TIVEHONEYlETARi FKirAKID AT THI LAIOKATOKT or L O D WITT A CO CHICAGO Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac I and 200 Year Calendar1 IMORE CHEAP RATES T- OTEXAS I tI Arkansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets at half fare plus 2 L C BARRY T PACOTTON BELT ROUTE 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Kyti 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 costI- ng wayour Patronage Solicited I edAddress me at Hardinsburg Ky hi8Happy Joe Smart Joe Smart was In town Thursday and was as happy as a lark at the bright notictiltever drives a plnghorse to town Every time yon seo him he has a good horse hooked up to his wagon and that is a credit to any farmer i 1 A r t1 THE SMALL GARDEN How to Make a Back Yard Supply the Table Vegetables GUY ElliOTT MITCHELL IlaveyouaBinallgardcn If not why There Is no reason why anyone with the slightest tasto for the pursuit should not be successful In raising a garden with very small expense or effort Unfortunately in most works on horticulture and in all short art icles on the subject it is taken tar granted that the reader has some previous knowledge of the business or at any rate has his garden already pre pared by an expert This will not be the case with many who intend to move into suburban homes this spring so it is for their benefit the following hints are given Even the circum scribed area available at the back of a twentyfive foot frontage will if prop erly handled furnish enough green delicacies to materially reduce the grocery bills during the summer and add much to the health and comfort of the family for a twentyfive foot lot of ordinary depth should permit the rear fifty feet to bo used for gardening purposes In many instances careless contract ors scatter the subsoil removed when excavating basements all over the lot When this has been the case the work of preparing the garden ground is In creased as this unfertile soil must DC removed until not more than three inches are left on the plot it Is proposed to cultivate When this Is well leveled the ground can be treated the same way as if still covered with sod the trenching being carried slightly deeper Tho ground having been made reasonably level the best course to pursue is to stretch a garden line three feet from the fence lengthwise of the plot and parallel with it stretch an other leaving a space of two feet be tween them Cut along both lines with a sharp spade and a turf path clear to the alley is the result Prob ably the sod on this will not at first look very tempting but constant travel over It if not too frequent will Im prove It so that In time It will afford a smooth green walk Now dig a trench a foot wide and a foot deep across the end of the three foot space l llacIng venient for future use Into this trench throw the sod removed from the second foot taking care to Invert It when doing so and then add a thick layer of coarse manure tramping it well down On top of this throw a deep spadeful of the underlying soil and repent the adc ijurdrnrr lUna Asparagus Tips proeens until the bed is all dug over As soon as the surface is dry rake in thoroughly a dressing of fine manure mixed with a liberal amount of lime and a little coarse salt Then smooth and level the ground giving a slope of about a foot from the fence to the edge of the path Follow the same ourse on the other side of the lot and at the rear end This mode of procedure furnishes two beds fifty feet long and one of fifteen which are available for climbing plants with a permanent walk around the garden giving access to the alley on both sides The space between the paths If treated In the same fashion will be sufflfirnt to provide five beds each eight by fifteen feet leaving be tween them a shallow trench a foot wide to servo as a weeding path and as a drain for carrying off the surface water an outlet being provided for this alongside cither or both the lon gitudinal walks as circumstances may require These bells should be neatly rounded up with soil taken from the Intervening spaces and as soon as dry thoroughly raked and smoothed They will then furnish an admirable seed bed that should be almost free from seeds the undersoll of which havingbeen orcea ofh earn to per A garden so constructed will stand groat extremes of wet and drouth for it is a mistake to suppose thatL plants on well laid up beds suffer ini dry weather on the contrary they willi continue to thrive when those on the level are withering so no one need be afraid of making high beds though eighteen Inches from the crown to th foot of the ditch is sufficient elevation unless the location Is very low Som people might think that to devote so much space to paths with such a small area available is a useless waste This is not the case for the frequent paths enable the gardener to till and gather his crops without the necessity of treading on the cultivated ground an advantage that far offsets the loss of space The same plan maybe followed on property a lot and a halt wide though If two full lots are available an additional grass walk down the centre will bo useful and add much to the appearance of the garden which if all lines are kept perfectly A WILL PRODUCE CROPS OF will in any case bo even when the beds are bare It is obvious that to ensure sym mitry and for many other reasons a plow is out of place Ie of this size In order te achieve success the work must pose tlvely be done by hand and lonsly done at that The expenso 1IE really very small and need only be Incurred once for a garden so con stucted will need very little work tc prepare it the second season As to the use to bo made of thE beds when much on tho taste of the but a very good way to utilize the fences on either side Is to sow aloni them scarlet runners mixed with other beans Tho runners with their gor geous flowers which bloom from JunE till October aro very ornamental They are also prolific croppers and despite an absurd prejudice against them the young pods when cooked green an while the shelled beans an to limas Scarlet runners may be as soon as the ground Is warm even as early as mid April for the bean itself remains in the ground only its shoot to the surface They should be sown two at a time about four Inches deep and a foot apart BO that when all danger of frost is over more delicate beans may be between them The best for this purpose aro Cranberry Kentucky Wonder and Golden Clus ter as their flowers and pods form a charming contrast with those of the runner In order not to with the early care of tho it would bo well to leave the space between them and the grass walks va rant until tomatoes and pep pers are ready to plant out by which time if the soil has been kept well pulverised the beans will be able to care for themselves The little bed at thin foot of the garden might bo = =IDEAL GROWTH OF lOMATOtSA FEW LATE PLANTS ALSO AFFORD A PICKLE SUPPLY f devoted to climbing They do well in this climate and their fruit is more symmetrical and cleaner than that of the variety which take up too much room to they should of course be mainly devoted to vegetables that are at their best when fresh Peas belong to this category and besides well are almost a sure crop for an to raise The eight feet wide beds should be marked out in rows the ttrsncll foot from the retlon r Phrmnv coldi I1a says dark nl ditch the next two feet from It and the same on the other side The two middle rows of tho first bed should be with a second early pea such as Heroine or Dwarf Telephone and the outside two with an extra early such as Motts Excelsior as this ar rangement enables the peas first ready others The samo course should be secondoearly filling the outside rows while one of the giant late such as Stratagem or Duke of Albany oc cupies the other two Is more to a gardener than to raise a patchy crop To avoid this the drills should always be made four Inches wide For peas they should bo three or four inches deep according to the heavy or light nature of the soil The seeds may be some what thickly say a dozen to each four inches of row of the width recommend ed When six inches high the soil should be drawn well against the outer stems in order to induce the plants to g SMALL GARDEN WITH CAREFUL CULTIVATION ABUNDANT FRESH VEGETABLES straight attractive entirely gardens consclent properly prepared depends gardener delicious superior planted sending planted interfere climbers cabbages Japanese cucumbers creeping gardenAs gathered yielding amateur straight planted theevarieties Nothing vexatious planted lean towards tho centre of tho bed The third bed may well be used for crops suitable for salad The two centre rows being devoted to a late l and early lettuce tho outside ones to I white barletta onions which are a sure crop and the best variety for bunching or pickling They will do I best in tho outside rows as then they can more easily be weeded and thinned out and may bo sown quite thickly an inch deep in drills four inches wide To mark the rows radish seed should I be sprinkled very lightly in them Tho centre rows of the next bed if I should be sown with early bean to I IiA n Iif 1jMAILNER KREN New Horseradish from BohcmlaAn Improved and Excellent Variety for Garden Use supply pods Valentines for a green variety and Wardwells Wax for a yellow one aro probably the best The outside rows should bo reserved for beets as they require thinning and weeding The centre rows of the fifth bed should also be put in beans late varieties being chosen that are suitable for shelling Just as they reach their full size Yellow Swedish and Red Flageolets aro far the best for this purpose One outside row should be sown to Chard a delicious and prolific vegetable much neglected in this country while the others will supply plenty of radishes if they are sown broadcast On a double lot a bed or two should be reserved for early potatoes as nothing is better than the young tubers when fresh dug but they begin to deteriorate very rapidly as soon as exposed to the air for nothing equal in flavor to home grown product can bo obtained from a market man With regard to culture no matter how strong the temptation may be no one should ever attempt to do any thing in a garden when tho foliage is wet with dew or rain or until tho soil is sufficiently dry to crumble between the fingers without adhering to them and if it can be avoided no foot should over press tho cultivated ground The most efficacious tool in any garden Is a sharp and narrow rake which should be constantly run between the rows whenever the ground is dry Except in very wet seasons this Implement when frequently used will suffice to keep down all weeds between the rows which it also keeps the soil sufficient ly pulverized to act as a watering pot as well An expert gardener seldom needs to use a hoe except where preparing his beds for a second crop or when A spell of rainy weather haa lf dl 4 gnt 1 1 rendered the use of a rake unadvIs able for quite a long period There are several varieties of hand planters on tho market the best of which save much labor when planting the coarser seeds but a drill or wheel hoe is un necessary in a small garden Many suburban gardeners have water available This is not an unmixed blessing for to spray plants in hot dry weather is a fatal mistake At such times the foliage is not prepared by naturo to receive an artificial supply of moisture while if the plants onco become accustomed to It they must have it regularly Constant rak ing is far better than watering for It no crust is allowed to form on the surface of the soil the plantswlll al ways find enough moisture unless a- very long drought sets in Even when this is the case spraying should never be resorted to the only safe course to pursuo being to block the outlet drain and to place tho hose so as to fill the drainage system but even this must never be done until after sunset Seed should always be sown in dry soil but Immediately after a bed has been seed ed quicker germination can be secured by giving tho ground a moderate soak ing though after the young shoots appear they will not send their roots down deeply if constantly watered and tho rootlets that penetrate tho soil In search of moisture not only find what they are after but a good deal of useful plant food as well As to fertilizers a wagon load or two or fairly coarse manure may be used to good advantage during the trenching process If it Is carefully stamped down on top of the sod thrown in tho trenches but afterwards nothing but fine well rotted manure should be used which should be at least two years old in order to avoid the danger of importing the seeds of noxious weeds This should be thor oughly Incorporated with the soil after the crops have been gathered in the fall As to commercial fertilizers outside limo and salt though good In their place I fancy amateur gardeners are better without them Really the rake besides being the best watering pot is the best fertilizer I know of for its constant use permits the air to reach the roots of the growing plants and the atmosphere carries more elements necessary for vegetable life than can be supplied by any chemical compound With regard to second crops No gardener worthy the name ever per mits any space to lie fallow if It is possible to raise a second crop on it The pea vines as soon as picked over should bo cleared away and tho space they occupied sown with beans quick growing varieties of which may be planted with good prospects of their yielding a crop as late ac mid July The only preparation the bed will need is loosening up not turning over with a four tined stable fork and then hoe ing in a barrowful of fine manure Tho first beans ready should also be tel lowed by a second crop early varieties being chosen and any ground that becomes vacant between the end of JUlY and the middle of August should be lightly sprinkled with turnip seed and well raked over After that date radishes are the only safe crop to sow It these simple directions are faithfully followed especially those relat ing to tho first preparations of the ground any amateur gardener Is bound to raise a succession of crops which will go far towards supplying tho family with green delecacles even It his energies are confined to a very limited area PERCY TATIJB LOSG ISLANDS 11ARREX LAWS Project to Mftke Them Productive RailroAd Making Experiments Another railroad has essayed the problem of rotlalmlng land ibis time It is the Long1Mland Kallroad Company It has taken under Its cou trol a plot of land containing about I seventeen acres near the end of the north shore of the island The land IB typical of much of that on Long Is land It la known as plnebarreii Is considered sterile and is In tho full est sense of the word waste land The railroad company will establish an experimental fruit and vegetable farm The company also Intends to establish an experimental farm near the middle of the island and another oo the south shore Suffolk county has nu area of 730 117 acres of which 40000 have been esteemed of so little value that they have never been assessed for taxes and the value of 200000 acres of the remainder is so slight that the taxes levied Lave been nominal The des patches telling of this experiment of the Long Island Railroad announce that several other railroad companies will be Interested spectators of the ro salts which If satisfactory will be accepted as examples worthy to be followed American raidroads not only open tip new land to settlement but exert themselves to attract settlers and atfto reclaim waste land The railroads of the west have done effective work In promoting emigration to that section and the roads of the south and south wrst are now particularly active In nollcltlng Immigration The southern tines have perhaps done more than any other agency In turning the tide of Italian Immigration into the cotton and fields and the mill dUel of the sonar Enough is Enough Quitting work with a million dollars saved in twentyfive years the manager of the WaldorfAstoria In Now York sets an example that might well be followed by those men who get the developfromplutocrats to something worse Thomas H Hillard came from Ireland when ho had attained his majority He Is now fortysix and a millionaire having made it all in hotel management and a careful investment of his savings Ho is of the opinion that he has worked hard enough and long enough Acquaintance with the range of hotel prices in connection with hotel tips would Indicate that he had also worked people enough although there has ben nothing in Mr Hll lards career to show that ho has ever mode an overcharge On tho other hand ho has devised many of the modern conveniences that add to the delectablllty of hotel existence But tho best thing ho has done has been to know when he had enough and to atop when he got it 2 2r Ninc Million Plows lit Work Its plowing time Two hundred million acres of land will bo plowed this year in tho United States and about 9000000 plows aro on the farms to do the work The capital invested in plows alone represents 80000000 Such a multitude of types of plows and plowers can be found on this old continent that wo can but name a few In the great southwest the Mo have with his three or four squaws I starts for tho planting ground Each woman carried her digging stick the most primitive of fall plows and the man stands guard all day while the original farmers of this country dig the land and plant their gourd seeds In Canada but for the Interference of the government wo might see tho Doukhabor women drawing the plow in exactly the same way that they havo done for centuries In New England the oxen are being yoked and in the middle west tho fourhorso teams are ready In the south the negro sits on his plow hilt to watch the train go by In other parts of tho country we find traction engines at work plowing forty or more acres a day and requir ing but two or three men to do It MISTAKES ABOUT NICOTINE Doesnt Accumulate In Pipe Stems Very Little Nicotine Poisoning There aro probably few subjects about which more people are misin formed than nicotine Nearly everyone speaks of the dark brown substance which has about the consistency and color of molasses and accumulates In the stems of pipes as nicotine According to a scientific ar ticle it Is not nicotine at all and It I has no nicotine in it It Is nothing but tartobacco toii distilled from the smoke Just as tar is distilled from coal and pine from pine wood One might swallow all tho tobacco tar that a rank clay pipe contains without serious harm If he swallowed the same quantity ot nicotine ho would probably be dead Inside of five minutes It Is the tar that stains the pipe and It Is the same tar that stains tho cigarette smokers fingers It iIs also found inside the nostrils of ono who inhales smoke and it puts an indelible stain on mustaches- It is true that tobacco contains more nicotine than any other known plant but nicotine is not a plentifulIII article In nature The rankest Ken tucky tobacco contains less than 8 percent of nicotine and the finer grades of tobacco such as Havana have less than 2 per cent One often hears cigarettes condemn ed because the smoker gets so much more nicotine through inhaling the smoke Tho fact is that a cigarette smoker gets almost no nicotine be cause tho tobacco of which cigarettes are made contains next to no nicotine Turkish and Egyptian tobaccos carry only a trace of nicotine an I some of them none at all But no matter how much of this deadly element a tobacco contains tho smoker does not get It Nicotine Is not extracted by burning the tobac co Burning destroys It entirely One often hears of nicotine poisoning but It isvery doubtful If there Is any such thing When one is poison ed with nicotine he dies and he doesnt get poisoned by smoking There are plenty of good reasons why smoking should not be carried to ex cess but nicotine poisoning is no t one of them As PVT Mrs Slowc Imam so glad your brother enjoyed his visit toI us Mr Greene MrGreeno Oh ho is tho sort of youngster who can enjoy himself any where you know I N P C C- DEVelopeR Nonpoisonous and will not stain the fingers 25 cents for six tubes sufficient 1 for 24 ounces for Velox Cyko Rotox and other developing papers or 60 ounces plate or film developer By Finn the Comedian Ute a aratP full of coall I JOrL ft A great full house to tee And should I not grateful pats A great fool I would be A report issued at Simla give u3 number of deaths last year In India caused by serpents tigers and wolves as 2157 Sixty thousand elephants are slaughtered annually to supply tho world with Ivory No Flight or Fancy- A bird in tho hand is worth two In the bushIt it was on a hat the milliners bill would show It was worth about forty in the bush PAINT WITHOUT OIL Memnrkable Discovery That Cut Down the Cost of Paint Seventyfive Per Cent Free Trial PnckaRe and nlsrlJook Telling All About Paint and PaintMaking are Nailed Free to Everyone WliolVrltei A L Rice a prominent manufacturer of Adams N Y has discovered a process of mak ing a new kind ot paint without the use of oil Ho calls It Powdrpalnt It comes to you a dry powder and all that Is required is cold water to snake II paint weather jJroof fireproof and liS durable RS oil paint For many purposes it is much better than oil paint and IU indis pensable to every property owner It adheres to any surface wood stone or brick spreads and looks like oil paint yet costs only one fourth as much Write to Mr A L Rice Manufr SCO North St Adams N Y and lie will send you a free trial package together with color card and his valuable book on painting all free This booV Is necessary to alt who use paint It lets you into the secret of paint making exposes fake paints tells you how to get the best result from paint for different purposes and showi you how ynu can save and make a good many dollars Write today and the book free trial of paint etL will be sent you without any cost by return mail YOUCan save o Lot of WGIlcl Savo Lot of ManeyI Increase Your Comlotltl Increase Your Prollltl 1fJon are interested In there things m wetiiL Rii about 1end I- hELECTRIC 1I vftUMore than a million and a quarter of them are In are and several hundred thoaiuid firmer say that they are the bet Intestment they aver made Theyll save you more money more work tire bd 1 teraervicoandgroatersrtltactlonthananyothermetal I DytTery test they are the best Bpokei united to the hub It they work loose your mosey back Dont buy wheel nor wagon until you read oar book It may tare you many dollar and Iti tree WHEEL CO IIIELECTRIO Qulnoy HisI 1 OING TO BUILD G OetheatlegplanerlghtOthereneb Tells about 4900 Liader Furnace Ben Warming ft dPVentilatlnzCe741 TmraaBldCOkleaco 45c DISH PAN SAVEDto JohnTtnneadsaadmatch Cents entry time you have a little leak In your pant kettles pots Ste Mend It younelf In halt a minute and 100 other mends fort 4 cent per mend Ready for Instuit use Mends all hole from the trf ora pin point to lt Inch In n r- Vrltetodiy oretetaeueh ddennvenienceever lavented for Mt John Tin Mender Mounts pre ald per down l8 prepaid Ikmania for agents K N CORNEAU h CO C1110A00t 10 will bring to you or mail a- CId ILAIdextract unchangeable cook log and nonalcoholic Vanilla lemon orange almond clove nutmegfavorsmission at Paris Exposition Your money back if you want It Send tOe today to Jos Sutler Co 17 Oat cry Place A Y City PHOTOGRAPHERS1 BB WISE1 Threw Away Your Bottles and Scales 1 and uiethfNPCC photozraphlc preparations only We do the Neighing and you add tba water developer N P C C SEPIA TONER Black and white prints on developing paper may be redeveloped at any time to perfect sepia 25 cents for siJ tubes FREE SAMPLE of N P C C Developer and Sepia 1stampsl S Ii NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICAL COMPANY l 11th Street end Pa Ave N W Washington 0 C IIf I rA6EMW1HE I UII Made by the basic openhearth process in our Steel Mills Monessen Penn sylvania Has double the tensile strength of common fence wire the springi ness of a high grade spring wire and is used only in the manufacture of II Page Fences and coiled springs Ask for A Trip Through Our Mills It tells how Page Wire is made how it differs from common fence wire and I why it is stronger and better Sent free by return nail Write for it today Page Woven Wire Fence Co Box 926 Adrian Mich rz BRIDELatest f a PresidentsDaughterMagnificent Souvenir of tho Greatest of White House WeddingsI Published by authority of Miss HoosrrM These exclusive photographs have been reproduced in copper enerayrings n framingArrangedillustration j 4t6 poses in Ball Dress sizo 12x80 inches inchesNowoffer edition limiisde1I prepaidAddress CO Leek Box fix WASHINGTON c 1 tc The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1006 MRS TINIUS DEAD AT 63 I Mrs Chas Tinius of Holt died at the home of her daughter Mrs George Under at Owensboro last Thursday of pneumonia fever She was iixtvthreo years old The funeral was held at Holt last Friday by Roc J T Lewis pastor of the local Baptisl Ghnrcn Tho interment was made In the family grave yard Mrs Tinina was horn in Berlin Germany in 1842 and came to this country in 1855 Hors she was warned to the late Chas Tinius in 1800 tho court Hh ip dating back to the day of childhood in Gorunny The couple settled at Holt on a farm and to the happy union six children were born Five of whom survive the loss of the mother They are Mrs George Unser Owonsboro Mrs Tavlor Bashaw this county James and Charles of Holt William of the State of Washington The doad one is Mrs Brook Dick MrsTinns joined the Baptist chorchI at Holt in 1873 there being a Bap tist church there at that time She led a inood true life Few foreigners who have transplanted their lifes fortunes in America who received the friendship of the people as have Mrs Tinius her husband and her descen dants Both Mr and Mrs Tinius have always been spoken of in the highest terms in tais county They were known to be just kind and lovable people Mrs Tinins acquaint ante in the community of Holt is wide and during her life she enjoyed the friendship ot all these people who held J her in the highest esteem I May the children of this grand mother follow m her footsteps and take their mothers death uufearingly for he has gone to that better world of oy and happiness etern- alBEAUTIFUL j TRIBUTE MRS MeA BOWMER Hardinsburg Ky April liMISIM A Bowinor died at her nome in this place Sunday evening April 8Iafter an illness of a weeks duration The funeral service on Tuesday mornI Ing The Rev isaian Cline pastor of the M E church assisted by the Rev Gabo S King conducted the services The interment ras in the city cemete ry Mrs Bowmer vas the daughter of the late Rev R G Gardiner and was born at Hartrord Ky February S4 1804 Four years later her parents removed to this place where the ever afterward lived At the age of 10 years she united with the M E church and at the time of her doath she was a faithful and consistent chtiMian She was married to Robert Bowuier Dec 26 1800 and to this union five children were born four of whom survive Mi Bowmer who was un able member of the bar died in 1870 and to his widow was left the task of rearing their children tc be useful and honored members of aomety A great deal of Aha Bowmers time for years was devoted to the work of the church Her special field seemed to be among the children and her pork with inn for them was productive of much and lasting good Atthe time of her death she was at tho head of two childrens societies one of which was educating a little girl in Porto Rico The faith and love of the children of the church not easy 10 ob tain and difficult to hold were hers ab solutely Certainly this is a high tri bate to her genuine womanly charac tear All tho Influences emanating from her hto were for the good and this was because ebe had fashioned her own life upon the model of the Christ And thus the world was made better by reason of the life she lived in it More may not be said of anyone uaroareeaaa For Thin PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested 60 years r Sixty years of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla i the original Sarsa parilla i the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility nut lIypn IhA craml old medicine cannot do IK best work If the llvor Is Inactive and the bowels coiutlpaliil fur the belt possible ie inlti you ahimld take laxatlre doses of Ayeri Mils while taking tho Sariapartlla XXAdo by jr O Ayer Co Lowell Mae Alto tnanufhoturoro or 9 HAIR VIGOR II AOUDCURE r Viers CHERRY PECTORAL Wn have no icortti We publish oho formulas orals our medlolnei for this is the true and supreme teat of characterMrs leaves the following children to cherish her memory and mourn her loss Frank Bowmer ia leading business man of Madisonvillo Mrs Walter Campbell wife of a prominent attorney at Redlands Cal Victor Bowmer of Los Angeles Cal and Thomas W Bowmer of Louisville HERE THE ARE TAKE THEM Hardinsburg Ky April 17Jams St Clair the County Supervisor of roads has appointed the following as sistants for the different magisterial districtsHardinsburg James Matlngly Cloverport John Jennings Union Star Jake Severs Bewleyille Eugene Beauchamp Hndsonville C E Pile McDaniels Joe Howard JAMES A BAILEY DIES- OF ERYSIPELAS Now York April HJames A Bailey proprietor of Barnum A Bail eye circus died at his home Mount Vernon at 5 20 oclock this afternoon from erysipelas age 50 It is believed that he knew he was going to die today as he called Mrs Bailey to his bedside and communicated a message to tier Soon afterward he sank into comu and was lucid only a times The last of Mr Baileys family abro therdied at Holly Michi January 12 Mr Baileys real name was James A McGlnnis and he assumed the name of Bailey because his first asso elation was with a wellknown show man of that name Mr Bailey leaves a widow The family are members ot the Protestant Episcopal church and the funeral will be conducted at the Bailey mansion by a clergyman of that denomination The onlyI secret organ iznation Mr Bailey was known to belong to was the Masonic of which be became a member in New York city fifteen years ag- oHARDINSI3URQ Mrs Blanche Head is visiting rela tives in Louisville The Sunday School Convention of the Hardinsburg magisterial district will be held at the Baptist church at Garfied on Saturday May 20 next Wesley Smith of West View the president of this district authorized this annuncemeut Miss Virginia Hen ley who has been visiting her brother at Kansas City returned home Saturday Miss Judith E DeJarnette who is a student at Belmont College Nashville was called home last week on account ot the illness ot tier mother Sheriff Milt Milller toot Norval Blair to the State Reform School at Lexington last Thursday Mrs Gus D Shellmau entertained the Fireside Club Saturday evening Uncle Berry Maysey who has been I sick for severel months at the Ford Hotel remains in about the same con dition His friends hope to see him- ont again when the weather becomes settled Dennie Mattingly has been appointed to the position of night operator at the Telephone exchange Godfrey Ball left Tuesday for Birm ingham Ala where he expects to locate O JC Fr3 C7i ft ZAZ- arr tsetheKind You Haio Always Bought HaattueTIME TO PLANT ASPARAGUS From the Outing Magazine Small fruit of all kinds asparagus pre plant and horseradishshould be set out this month In planting asparagus have the soil well drained and heavily manured and dug up to a depth of at least eighteen inches Set the plant about that distance apart and let their crowns be at least four inches below the aurtace Two or three year old plants are preferable to seedlings Con suit the catalogued and satisfy your self as to the merits of the beat varities before ordinary remembering always that it pays to get the nest Pie plant likes a deep rich soil If moderately moist all the better Set the rocta at least three feet apart Horseradish should be given a corner by Itself and confined to It or it will spread so rapidly as to soon become a nuisance In a rich soil it will be much tenderer and finer flavored than in a poor one Peas do best if sowed wanly in the season They are not in jured by most Mrs Rilla Lamb of Tobinaport was the guestpf her son C S Lamb last week OKkkkkKrkrkkrrkkkkrkr Kkkrrdd I i dhd tid d + 1111 HDkKKKKkrr tkkkkkrkkkfgeK1- t I I We Lead Others FollowII I SPRING GOODS I P 1 1 R i i IIIii say we are cheaper than anyone like others do but we say j 9 Sjji ya will back up what we say We are as cheap if not cheaper than jl HI anyone in the merchandise business We ask you to call in to iJJ iIsee us and get our prices before buying elsewhere I i rf 1 Ai il Overalls 90c Per Pair I iiOliver Chill Points I Paints We undersell anyone DRESS GOODS- of o w almost every pattern pretty enough for any body Prices from c tia 7 cents to 100- a a a a C A o i IIWe have a splendid line off Large and Small POKADOT GOODS K A of the latest pat Aa IISome and styles uptodate we are I r KtC k + HOW TO BUILD ROADS The following very intelligent letter concerning the building of roads ad dressed to the Owensboro Inquirer could be well applied no doubt to Breckenridge county roads in some districts It contains good points for supervisors Editor Inquirer Inasmuch as the old grovel roads are now in a very bad condition I wish to suggest a rlan of improvement Not that have any new principle to offer but my suggestion ia consistent with the principle announced about a century ago by Macadam a Scotch engineer of road construction That all road construct ion depends wholly for its success upon a solid dry foundation His theory is that the foundation of the road ahonld be made dry and solid by underdrainage and the broken atone or gravel to be placed upon the surface was only to form a roof or covering that would pack and cement together sufficiently to carry off the water and prevent s percolating into the road bedProper drainage being more impor taut than the quantity of atone or gravel required in making a good and ancceasful road I would suggest the property of expending more for pro per underdrainage by the use of tilling and less for stone and gravel If our old gravel roads had been tile drained laying ties three feet or more below the surface under the ditches or each side and all the level portions of the roads they would leave been much more durable successful J especialey clnripg tbd rainy seasons of winter and Our Grocery Department is Complete Roasted Coffee lOc per pound XXXX and Arbuckle 16c per pound Nice white hand picked beans 4c per pound We are the only handlers of CAP THOMAS SONS BACON AND SHOULDER MEAT put up at Leitch field Ky You ought to try some of this meat Once use it always to use it WAIST PATTERNS in white goods as pretty and nice as you ever saw from 50 cents to 125 Sells everywhere for 1 and 2 SUITS Wo will ask you to come and look at our line before buy ing elsewhere We have both single and double breastedof the latest designs made up by an experienced tailor Fits well looks well and wears well Prices from 400 to 1100 Per suit for worsted goods to i +fFffffffloffo ftIJ J J + F springThey made very good roads during the summer but In winter they usually become very bad They were very good in summer and bad in winter because in summer the foundation was dry and in winter and fnndation was water soaked To have good roads in winter we moat seek to bavo as near as possible summer conditions by the use ot tile drainage to draw the water from the foundation In sum mer the water Mings and loaves thec foundation dry and solid and however j great rainfall we way have in summer the roads still remains solid uhtll the foundation again becomes saturated with water 1Kb expenditure for road improve ments will pay greater dividends thanI tile drainage on all our level roadsI and oven those over the hills If any springs and springy soil are encountered We have an ideal soil upon which to construct good roads of gravel or macadam if it is only properlytdrain ed aa it has sand enough in it to allow tho water to flow through It In to tiles much better than if it consisted of a waxy and sticky dirt I would suggest that all macadam and gravel roads ought to be construct ed with tile drainage on each sIde especially on all the level portion sand even on hills whore springs and springy soils appear because the suo Come in and look through our line of VOILE GOODS They are something nice andnow and wo have made a great strike with these patterns Sells for 12 12 cents per yard We ought to have 25c per yd IN TH- ESHIRT LINE We Tip Our Hats to no One Wo now have some of the prettiest shirts we ever had in our lives Come and let us fit you up in these lines i + +++ I cess of the road depends more upon a solid dry foundation than the quanity of broken stone or gravel that may be placed upon it I believe a road that is thus properly tile drained with tiling on each side and laterals across through the spring soils with but four or five Inches of broken stone or travel will make a better and more durable road than eight or ten inches of stone or gravel upon one that ia not properly tile drained I beheveI will be sustained in this opinion by all successful engi neers of road construction As we have no stone in this county of proper qualities for building maca dam roada gravel might be substituted If such can be found of proper packing and cementing qualities or both stone and gravel might be used together In fact I believe such a road would be as good as all stone By putting on a layer of broken stone and then a layer of gravel on top of the stone and then rolling it the small particles of gravel would be forced into toe interstices of the broken stone and then another layer of stone and gravel and so on till finished would make a very solid and compact surface which would readity carry off all BUI face water which is the main design and underlying principle to be observed in all macadam road construction Seed Potatoes li = Any KindAII Vulcan Plows I e B F Averys i Double and Single Shovels I K 1 I 1 I cI IiWo also have a full lino of i a 1 Ginghams 1 CottonII f Shirting Calicoesx I of every style at 6 cents per yards r iI I I 0 Remember wo carr- ySWANABRAM t HATS itho largest hat house in tho ic South Latest styles We can please you without any troubleII I Remember yours serve GLASSCOCK CO j iiGlendeane Ky aoooooa ooooooocooopppppoppppoo L 7tfititititi171itAilwititA71it51 iiiiHiHiH tea Seetk t kx kkl ir kirkkkcr Regarding the improvements of the sugliteetthebelow the surface under the ditches OB each aide over all the level portions of the roads in order to draw the water from the foundation to keep it dry and solid during tbe wet and rainy seasons of winter and spring dratbywould break up the old graveled trust and with a heavy harrow a grader and a roller I would reconstruct and slopetoTheir surfaces are now fiat and in some places concave so that the water falling on them is held by the ruts and boles and is absorbed by the founda tion which causes the roads to be come soft and loaded wagons break through the gravel and they become M bad as dirt roads To endeavor to fill patohitleave the surface irregular and lull of bumps Usually in trying to fill noise in a road we make two where one IoJwasAfter the surface has been reformed with the proper slope I would put on it about three inches of broken stone or both stone and grave of proper ce menting qualities to form a roof or covering that will prevent the surface water from percolating through it into the foundation This treatment I think make very good macadam roadswouldjjout any great cost at least I satisfied it would make much roads than they were at first because the want of proper drainage at first was the cause of their not bleng a success W Uordon r To Cure a Cold in One Day Core Crip JfI tt ia TWO Days Tab Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PN LtmeverY Seven M loa daces soW III rest 12 months 1Us lpature s c r + hex aS 1