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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- rl e I 1- m1lI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i iALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTx x g gCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1906 12 Pages NO 41 Ii II- S i We are appalled at the fact that 300000000 were lost in the calamity at San Franciscobut are we appalled at the fact f1 that annually 1200000000 are spent for whiskey which in no way helps humanity i 1 Ii We are grieved at the loss of 800 souls there but are we grieved at the fact that each year 10000 souls fill drunkards graves Men how can you in the face of this vote for whiskey on May 5Rev J T Lewis in his sermon last Sunday night Ix wJI NEW SAN FRANCISCO TO ARISE 10 i San irancisoo April 23A sharp earthquake shock was felt here at 10 89 oclock It lasted about three sec onds and was from east to west N o reportedkSan Francisco April 23The newr San Francisco which will rise from the ashes of the old Was In its firs- stagos of rebuilding to day After fIv aaysof confusion and almost superhu man effort on the put of citizens ot Californias metropolis the great task cf sheltering feeding and otherwise i oaring tor the homeless thousands jjttrapletel order has been reestablished tododattention turned to the future IMany scientists believe that there x was no connection between the Callfor nia earthquake and the eruption 01 lit Vesuvius it There was no famine many suffer ed from hunger but were soon relieved I by government rations Frleco took fire just alter the earthquake on Wednesday morning last which came at 518 a m The fire burned until Saturday when it was thought the flames had been spent soon after they took fire anew and ar still raging IStt bigEwagons over New York and gathered supplies and food for Frisco The burned city has taken on courage and will rebuild better and stronger so says a proclamation from the Mayor Most of the bank vaults were intact end no damage was done to the moneyI Many bankers removed their cab- f while the fire was raging Many Breckenridge contnv people reside in the State of California II Charles P Sawyer Is the only oue kown to reside in Frisco I ECKEDoilerust I CLOVERPORT BOY AT SAFEeChas P Sawyer son of Mrs F II Sawyer of this city who has resided in San Francisco six yearssends the following telegram home Mr Sawyer kept a fine downtown resturant in Frisco with his partner Mr Haas Tho funnily suffuredmuch anxiety about Mr Sawyer not having heard from him nntil Monday The telegram was given in at Oaktown April 20 but did not reach here until April 22 Oakland Cal April 20Mrs F II Sawyer Cloverport Ky safesaved trunk resturant gone insured city burnedgreat loss C P Sawyer Miss Virginia Hovious of Half Moon Bay Cal thirty miles from Frisco who is related to the Raffertys and the Millers of this city andwho visited here several years ago has not been heard from Miss Hovious was very popular here DAN ROBERTSIS Eknn Ky April 23Mr Daniel S Roberts departed this life Apr 17 He was a victim of paralysis having had several attacks dnrng the last few years of his life He was born in Meade county in the year of 1850 and was married to Miss Marian Hardin of brejkenridge county who passed away in the year of 1004 Four daughters Mm Ophelia Willett of Elizabethtown Mrs Dr J P Shack lette of Uarrett Mrs Jennie McGhee of Long Branchand Mrs Buttle Richardson of this place survive him Mr Hoberts was a highly respected and much beloved citizen He hud been a faithful Christian worker in the Baptist church for fifty years holding his membership with Buck Grove nhurch His harsh and Christ ran duties did not stop within the lim its of his own church but was ever ready to help others In building our church at Ekron he was one of thoI first men to donate fifty dollars Early in his Christian career he was appointed a member of the home mission board in which body he was a useful and active memberI Mr Roberts funeral was preached by Rev Bonnie agan assisted by Revs Kimble Willett and Shacklette Bis remains were laid to rest in Buck Grove cemetery to await the resurrect ion morn MARKET STREET FROM SECOND STREET WEST JI p CHOICE SOULS IN HARDINSBURG Dear Central I have just closed a good meeting with G S King at Hirdinaburg The weather was the worst I ever saw to hold a meeting in but despite the rain the people came and we had not a sweeping revival but a good meeting which will bless the entire town and add strength to every department of the church Nor more than thirty professed during the meeting and not so many as that joined the church I found some choice souls at Hardinsbura I shull never forget them in their loyalty to ore and the meeting King is one of the best most solid men Ive assisted Hes firm but kind and aggressive Hes a man who loves tne truth and will stand by a man when its being preached He said Id help him again and I hope its so A letter f from Sister Tula Daniels sajs the in fluence of the meeting Is being felt in every department of the church work I am at this writing in the Ken tucky Conference with W L Selbv in what promises to be a great meeting This makes four or tive meetings with him in nine years I am yours in the work to stay- J T Newsome Home address Woodeburn Kentucky Central Methodist For all kind of Shoes nt the lowest prices see me Uornad Sippel Birthday Dinner Chenault Ky April 22Mr and Mrs C L Warren gave a birthday dinner at their hospitable home Satur day April 21 in honor of their youngest daughter Eva also their grand children the little wee wees of Mr and Mrs Joseph Greenwell The day was most delightfully spentt in entertaining the little ones which was interspersed and enlightened by goon time A most elegant dlnnei was served and many presents were given to the little ones Among those present in response tc the wishes of the hostess were Mis Margaret Stallman and little nephew J W Warren Mrs G B Cunning ham and grandchildren Nannie Lee and G B Gardner Mr and Mrs Joseph Gieonwell and sons Carl and Kennith The day certainly was enjoy ed by a good time- Sympathetic services were held over the country Sunday tor California The local churches offered prayers tor thE city Rev Carrie devoted his Sunday night service to it at which a collect ion was taken f1C was raised ThE money will be forwarded to Frisco County court day last Monday ROYAL Baking Powder Makes C1en Bred With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facilitysweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the cc Royal Baker and Pastry Cookbook U for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK IIll frElt 9IIl lln l THE CALL BUILDING ALSO DESTROYED f ISTEPHENSPORT Rev Gibbons filled his regular appointment Sunday at the M E church J D Brashear of Cloverport spent the day here Sunday Miss Verna Bennett spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Che I naultMr and Mrs W Courtney of Owensboro arrived Sunday to be with I guests of Mrs M L Roberts Ed Atkinson has moved in his new improvesI I ment to the town Miss Mary Bell Basbam has return- edI home after a few days stay with her aunt Mrs R A Sheilman Dave Walls of Hazeldell was in town Saturday Allen Lewis is still improving Lewis Brown came down from Louis I ville last week to see his brothers I children who have been quito sick The graduation exminatiou will be bed held here in Mar I The protracted meeting closed Wed nesday night at the M E church with five additions Mrs George Raborn of Tell City has been visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Stiles Mrs Annie Crawford visited her daughter Mrs H S English Jr of Roberts Bottom Tuesda- y1IARDINSBURU The Ladies Fireside Club and a few invited guests were entertained Saturday evening by Mr Thomas J Moore He was assisted in receiving by Mrs Joel H Pile and Miss Minnie Murray Forty two was played the prize winners being Misses Ava Lee Board and Dr E P Day The evening was muchenjoyed by nil the guests The third annual big Masonic picnic will probably be given on the first Saturday in August next Mrs Gus D Shellman and children left Monday for Gulfport Miss where they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Cnarles Scott they will also attend the Confederate Reunion at New Orleans- G P Macy has purchased of Abner Goodman his farm laying two miles out on the Louisville road The considera tion was 090 M J Thomas has set up a fine barber shop on Main street the fixtures are new and uptodate w Boys Stay With T5he Old Farm NoteThis article was written especially for the News Mr Ditto having been reared on a farm and left it for the city natuarally is able to handle the subjectEditor is no higher calling on earth than that of M honest Intel Thero furiuer If the boys on the farm could be made to realize the fact that if they would apply themselves to tho farm each day in the year as the city business man applies himself to his busi ness they would reap wonderful results If ho would do this he would hove an interest in the planting of his crops the breeding of his stock would be bettor MORE MONEY WOULD BE MADE AND FARM LIFE WOULD BE A PLEASURE TO THE YOUNG AMBITIOUS MAN In farm life there is monotony The boy is of a restless nature His youthful ambition creates in him a desire to move on To go some place where he can see results The farm boy hears of the big sala ries that tho oity boy recoiyes each month in cold hard cash and this discourages tho farm boy Seemingly he is making so little that he concludes that the farm is a poor place for him to try to get on in the world The farm boy discouraged with the slow progress he is making on the farm turns to the city lie goes there blind to the expenditures NECCESARY TO SUSTAIN HIMSELF THERE He has the large salaries he was told of down on the farm in mind The farm boy is looking for the gold ho has long coveted HE GETS THE GOLD BUT AT THE END OF THE YEAR NOT THREE OUT OF TEN OF THOSE BOYS WHO GO TO THE CITY HAVE A CENT TO BALANCE THE PROFIT SIDE OF m1E LEDGER EITHER IN DOLLARS OR HAPPINESS t BETTER LIFE The city possesses more alluring fascinations for the young man than the farm but in after years when his hair begins to turn gray the once young man looks bark and says WHAT HAVE I GAINED 1 The young man has probably seen more of lifehe has probably seen snore grand operas more tine spectacles more fine houses more of the shale of life and to the looker on has seemingly enjoyed life snore But bless your soul when you sum up the constant dally hours he has spent in the city and vexation of dealing every day with man and tinny kinds of men at that THE YOUNG MAN COMES TO THE CONCLUSION THAT THE CITY LIFE IS NOT ONE OF THE SWEET PLEASURES OF THE WORLD He finds city life very different from the good old clays when ht was doing business with old Botsy and following the plowOnly a few days ago I was talking with one of my neighbor boys who had left the firm and taken up his lot with the thronging multi tudes in one of our large cities This man said to me I AM MAK ING LOT OF MONEY BUT THE WORRY I HAVE WITH BUSINESS AND THE EXPENSE OF LIVING IS ENOUGH TO DRIVE ME CRAZY It is just so There is much sentiment in a happy boy life on the form that a CITY BOY DOES NOT POSSESS The farm boy has all of natures wealth which she gives fourth bountifully to make him happy The rippling brooks the grassy plainslthe fresh trimmings of mother earth in which to sow a few seed and from which to reap a bountiful harvest The hlate If the little innocent lambs the bel lowingof the cow the quackling of the duck and the sweet music of the fleeting birds with the chimes of mothets sweet voice at the churn or whilst she is mending a few holes in the socks or pantaloons Get away from Gods natural way of life and you get into a madeup life in which there is no real genuine good old happy thoughts and merry laughter The city boy know but little beyond mans hand GIVE ME THE COUNTRY BOY FOR ANYTHING I can soon ifnecess ary make a city boy out of him but you can never make a real first class country boy out of a city lad The city boy and the hot harvest fields never seem to get into harmony with each other There are a lot of country hoy who go to the cities and pile up money BUT MONEY DOES NOT GIVE PEACE OF MIND AND HAPPI NESS IN EVERY CASE LET THE COUNTRY BOY GIVE AS MUCH TIME AND APPLICATION TO THE FARM AS THE BUSINESS MAN DOES TO THE BUSINESS OVER WHICH HE HAS CON TROL AND THEN SEE WHICH OF THE TWO WILL HAVE THE MORE HAPPINESS AND REAL SOLID COM FORTS OF LIFE AT FIFTY YEARS OF AGEJOHN T DITTO In Laving boon stated that the an nual drink bill of Germany is G73 000000 an American trade paper says that of this country is 1825000000 But the United States is bigger and pays more for variety Under tho irrigation law passed in 1003 the amount cf money apporpnat ed from the sale of public lands is 37 000000 and numerous largo projects are making rapid headway Irrigation 4s more fortunate than river improve font in tho size and steadiness of the upply of cash In the opinion of Congressman Chat les A Towne Col Bryan can have the Democratic presidential nominatio in 10dS if he wants it As usual mutt virtue in an if Secretary Root suggests that the datE of the second peace convention ut ThE Hague be fixed for September next By that time the baseball games wil bo in full swing and peace will be welcome at any price Mr and Mrs Till Paulo of Bed ford Ind are the guest of relatives SPELLINGREFORM Mr Carnegie is taking some practi cal steps to have our English spelling reduced to a phonetic basis It i an ample field of labor fur a million aire That it will cost money to Ret the Englishspeaking world away from the use of superfluous letters can gio without the saying If we part with any of thorn it will only be for aprice Mr Carnegie who has the price and who has also an opinion than t it is a disgrace to die rich may reduce him to the dimension of a need les eye in his great work of spellini reformSt Louis Globo Democrat Men Past Sixty in Danger More than baIt of mankind ove r sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlarge count of prostrate gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foley Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Ir regularities and has cured many oldi men of this disease Mr Kodne IBurnett asook Port Mo write suffered with enlarged protate giant and Sidney trouble for years and afte taking two bottles of Foleys Kinde Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 111 years oldA R Fisher Sad Lack A home without cnildren A yard without flowers A garaen without vegetables- A spring without showers But the greatest lack of all dear mate Is a farmer without Upto gate Up to Date Farming A OUARANTEED CURB FOP PILES Itching mind Weeding Protruding Pile Druggists nro iiuthorltcd to refund money 1 PA20 II OINTMENT falls to cnrel Ina to 14 days 50c RETIRES Mr G N Thomas who has carrioi on the Tobacco business tor the pas L twentysix yearn at Owensboro Ky and previous to that time nt Richmond Va has decided to retire from business He will take up his residence at Larohmont Manor on Long IslandI Sound Now York Nothing will relieve indigestion that iis not a thorough digestant Kodol Dye pepsia Cure digests what you eat andI allows the stomach to restrecuper ate trow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meats will soon rector the stomach and digestive organs to ia full performance of their function naturally Sold by all druggists President Roosevelts idea seems to be that the principal purpose of the musk rake is to pick up game that ha previously been brought down by the big StICK In the delta section of Mississippi tin gnats are killing the horses The moo quitoes are not the only part of the in sect world that has acquired a bar1 characterCharles A Townes admiration fo Col Bryan will make serious inroads upon Gov Folks admiration for MrI Towne The year 1008 premises to DC a bad one for the mnturals Clark of Richmond was iItJ I IEveret last week PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Iticwi and btintiflu the lair growthNever YouthruColorL1ucap Me and 1 1X10 at Dronriitj ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported By EvansSnlderBuel C o Live Stock Commission Agent Special to the News National Stock- Yards ill Apr 18thThe cattle trade this week has developed into a dull lifeless condition that is hard to dens cribe and the indiference displayed by the buyers can only be realized by those having cattle on sale The eastern de mand is practically eliminated the lo cat buyers both packers and butchers wanted a very limited number at great Ily reduced values Most of the beef steers changed hands slowly ni prices fally 25 cents lower than a week ago Receipts were pretty heavy at other markets and while we had only a mod erate supply it took the whole day to dispose ol them The clearance is poor each day with a good many bids flatly refused The same condition prevails in the butcher cattle trade as on beef steelS and prices on cow and heifer stuff is at pastsSome extra good handy weight heifers sold for 4 63 with the bulk of the good 700 to 900 lb steers and heifers at round 130 Fair to good cancers and cutters f3 15 to 300 The trade in the stocker and feeder division is so light that it is useless to make quotations The hog market has made its usual advance Receipts bavebeen light and prices are now at the high point for three years past an extreme top of 680 having been reached with the bulk of the good hogs selling from G 60 to 670 Most of the weights below 150 lhs sold from 500 to 000 with best pigs at 5 50 The demand is good at these prices and hogs should continue to sell satisfactorily for some time to comeThe sheep market continues good ands fully three times the number received could be handled to advantage Good native sheep are selliug around 5 75 and spring lambs 750 to 350 Further and more complete Informs tion may be had from EvansSnider Duel Co Dont tie a coagh or a cold up in your system by taking a remedy that binds the bowels Take Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It la different from All ether cough syrups It is better It opens the bowelsexpels all cold from the system relieves conghp colds croup whooping cough etc An ideal remedy for young and old Children like it Sold hy all druggists A flurry in arresting lyncbera it not followed by their proper trial and punishment would place law order at the mercy of mobs It Iin useless to pass laws if lynchers are to be supreme and foolish to build jails If mobs with nattering rams mays smash them open at will If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salvo that failed to give satis faction the chances are it did not haw the name E C IteWitt Co printed on the wrapper and pressed in the 1m The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores boils blindrbleeding itching and protruding Piles it affords almost immediate relief I stops the pain Sold by all druggists 1In the attempt of 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menses were very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardul feel like a new woman and do not suffer as 1 did It y A DDASIjING AUTOMOBILE STORYa l Al MotorCar Divorce 1 X4 By LOUISE CLOSSER HALE I BREEZY and deliciou sly humorous motorcar romance the I Afact that the hero and heroine are man and wife makes itrno less a romance Mrs Ward a believer in the theory of the tenyear marriage contracts advanced by George Meredith goes with her indulgent husband on an automobile tour through France and Italy for the purpose of securing a divorce on the grounds of incompatibility of temper which in reality do not exist It takes another woman t several accidents and the automobile to bring Mrs Ward to her t proper senses f With 36 Illustrations 10 of which are In Color by Walter Halo 12mo Cloth 160ff ijyour bookseller hasnt it the publishers will tend the book fostagefaidt I 1 upop receipt ofprIce DODD MEAD COMPANY Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New York k of the Breckcnridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 IOOQ MARIAN MARNES S p f FASHIONSf Y tThe Latest Dictum in Styles Suesine Silk a Successful Info vation The Secret of lIar monious Di essing I t The fashions of the moment possess so many variations diverse aud subtle which lend themselves freely to out characteristic American individualities that it is almost impossiblel for any one but the well initiated to realize what makes up the harmoujo iu whole the something that makes rive woman look timuch better dressed than another and gives the fashions of the present day their fi ished appearance To begin with the color qu estion is carefully studied out Either everything is in one tune or there is some contrast introduced so cleverly as not to st make any discordant note but rather r to emphasize and biiug out any good point that may exist Trimmings are elaborate but they too harmonize with the pown and either make cr mar it f e u 1 The skirts of street frocks are un theyIbreatenedwore They are in a vast majority of the best models smooth fitting over hips and though they flare considerably and the flare begins considerably below the hip curve there is nothing extreme in the general outline The bolero retains so firm a foothold that it would take a general revolution in fashion to oust it and the revolution is highly improbable I Silk remains the most popular fabric for gowns for every occasion and Sue sine is a conspicuous silk in all the shops as well as in the costumes emerg ing daily from our most fashinable mud isles for miladis summer wear For the closely draped bodices in vogue now it is an ideal material because of its characteristic suppleness Suesine silk of an exquisite shade of lilac was the fabric selected for the chic softly flowing modelof my illustration and ex I apI silk is one of the most successful inno vations in that it is inexpensive being composed of a skilful combination of silk and cotton which lends to it all the effectiveness of the finest silk while DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sue to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver cal triumph of the nine teenth century a dis covered after years of nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou r bles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kdner trouble Dr Kilmer sS uimpRoot Is not rec 5drffeafor everything but If you have kld + tey liver or bladder trouble It will be found tt Just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this pacr who have not already tried It may have k sample bottle sent free by mall also a book I telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble cnerousIt remedyIt byDr regular fifty cent and Rom of 8w mpnoot 1 dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont mako any mlstakeibut remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and tho address It Ingham ton N Y qvury bottle 1Jfton is y r placing it within the purse limit of her whose wardrobe allowance is moderate The millinery of 1906 if not unlike the style of 1806 when a womans hat almost coveted her forehead but the effect sought for the new season is not to conceal the forehead since the hat is too tiny for that As much of the front hair is in evidence as erer for the shape sets almost on top of the head The tilt forward is only the effect of the high bandeau Straw is n popular material for spring hats also chip and fine erin while all lace and allmouspeline hats are carry ing the day for dressy functionsMarian arne The most rational remedy for Coughs and Colds is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It acre on the bowels as It mild catharticexpels all cold from the eystnin Cuts all phlegm ont ot the throat relieves coughs colds croup whooping coughetc An ideal remedy for chlldl enequally good for adults Sold by all druggIsts Coin Harvey whose name was familiar in the first Brvan campaign as a ferocious and vociferous Sixteen to Oneer is now running a summer r sort in the Uzark Mountains Harvey and the late John P Altueld of Cnicti go Bryans political creator clung ton aciouely to their gold coin and gold notes in that campaign Altgeld 1 is German for old moneyNew York Sun Human Blood Marks A talo of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W WIlliams a woll known merchant of- Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I had seveel hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It cinpletely cured me an3 I have re maIned well ever since It cures Hemorrhages ChronIc Cngbs Settled Colds and Bionchitis and is the only jnown cure for Weak Longs Every bottle guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists OOe and flOO Trial bottle free A professional mugwump polit clan said James J Martin of Tam many yesterday reminds me of an old woman in Syracuse who once saId Now they have got up a big fuss and tight here on prohibition and iviacd this community I am not gOIng to take any bides at all I am just going to be a nuisance NY- Sun Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable A happy home is the most valuable possessIOn that is within the reach of mankind out yon cannot enjoy Its comfort if yon are suffering from iben latism Yon tbrow aside business cares when you enter your home and and you can be relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm One application will give you relief and Its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by Short Haynes Cloverpnrt Norman E Mack Democratic national committeeman tor New York puts butter on his preN Y Sun Talleryand believed by many ntn dents of politic to have been the shUt lest of all French statesmen nsed to say Beware of too much zeal on the part of subordinates N Y Sun What good does it do to eat if your stomach fails to digest the food t None It does you harm causes belching sour stomach flatulence etc When the stomach fails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cnre after each meal will di gE ss what you eat and matte the stomach sweet All Druggis- tsTOBINSPORT Held trom last week Clyde Sanders of Derby was here the latter part of last week visiting hit mother Mrs Mary Sanders Henry Schank of Rome was here Friday Miss Elsa Beck who has been at tending school hero this spring returned to her home near Clyde Ind Sun dayCamie Hicks who has been attending school here returned to his home at Lily Dale Tuesday Henry Winchell after visiting his father Rev Jno F Win hell for several weeks went to Louisville Weanes day where he will be engaged in the carpenter trade Chas Adams Sr went to Enterprise last Tuesday to see his father Mr John Adams who is very ill Misses Zadin Shoemate ot Home EunIce Biddle and Lavina Bryant of Derby who have been attending the spring Normal here returned to their homes Saturday Mr and Mrs Walter Dyor spent Sunday in Cannelton Mrs Rila Lamb who has been visiting her son 0 S Lamb nt Cloverport returned home Monday Mr and Mrs Curtis Ryun and dau gtitor Miss Verna spent Sunday in Cannelton the guest of relatives Tbero is nothing in the language of- the marriage rite to ennouragn the idea that divorce can be made easy 1 BIO FIRE Mobile Ala April 17A tire loss estimated at between 125OUO and 160000 was caused last night by the destruction of the saw mill plant and many thousand feet of lumber of then E Turner Company of Vinige Bend Ala a saw mill settlement north of Mobile Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan provincial Constable at Chaplean Ontario eaysII I caught severe cold while hunting a bnrglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I tried it and after using two small bottles I was com pletely cured This remedy is intend ed especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold In less time than by any other treatment and is a favorite where ever its super ior excellence has become known For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport A Japanese statesman speaking of the destiny of the Corean navely reo marksDavid Harnui said that fleas were given to n dog to Keep him from rum mating on the fact that he was a dog Why not leave the Corean witn his nnenligntenment and a worry or two7N Y Sun Living indoors so touch during the winter months creates a sort of a stuffy wautofozone condition in the blooa ana system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Risers These famous little pills cleans the liver stomach and bowels and give the blood a chance to purify itself They relieve headache salow complexion etc Sold by all druggist Forfeiture of Railroad Land Title Washington April 11The Senate committee no public lands today au thorized a favorable report on the House bill providing for the forfeiture of titles to rights ot way across public lands acquired by railroads nnder that of 1875 when the railroads projected were not built within the five year limit fixed by law Many thousands ot miles of railroads were projected and not built and the plans on tile in the general land office place clouds on the lands involved Keep your bowels regular by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There is nothing better For sale by Short Haynes Clover portThe records of oftical places distri buted shows that the rough riders were also easy sitters in the pipcing times of peace Much of the criticism ot the Senate ib unjust but it might be remarked if not unparliamentary that the Senate Is fond of debate Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago dnring the severe winter weather both my wife and myself contracted severe colds wnioh 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 mnning with alternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a dou ble dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip Sold by Snort Haynes A Parisian has invented a bullet that will hit but will not wound or kill A new pleasure is thus added to the French openur recreation known as dueling Serifs 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 SCTOB lino magic J5o at Short Haynes druggists The British post otHne has a large surplus annually but its telegraph department is conducted at a yearly loss of 6000000 though the lines when taken over by the government were making a net profit of 1700000 The results of public ownership arc not all of a kind O A I T O RLEI Du theThe Kind You Nara Always Bought BIglIturt rfor Prof Fisoherof Berlin has discover ed a scientific process for creating or extracting albumen which in its ulti mate development will make famine impossible It is a pity that Prof Fischer did not make this discovery some time during the last Democratic idmmistration If there should ever be another theory will be put to severe test Our Pacific coast defenses are said tobe inadequate Secretary Bonaparte can stand on the bank and yell bnt thIs alone will not check invasion Mrs W E Holt of Holt Is sick wl a April and Woman From the Baltimore American April weeps April smiles Woman threatens Then bagmles Rain or shine Who can find t Who can tell A womans wind Aprils tears Bring blooms of May Womans weeping Gets her way Aprils mild and Aprils chill Warm and cold is Woman swill v Aprils full of Quick surprise Sos the light In womans eyes Aprils young so Fair in truth Womans sweetest For her youth Young mens fancy It is said Turns to loving Month and maid A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good I have been aillicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excrucIating pain says A H Thurnes a well Known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Foleys Kidne C are then the result was surprising A few doses started the brinkdust like substance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has done me 1000 worth of good Foleys Kidney Cure will euro every form of kidney or bladder disease A R Fisher Speaker Cannon would lose much of his univeruil popularity if be should J the end be held to personal respon sibility for the failure of Oklabom ian statehood The speaker Is doubtless sc well advised of this that he saw the end before ho started the betrlning of the game It has been said of him in the Danvillf district that his only de feat for Congress was a divine provid ng of the exposition needed to clinch the rule TO CURE A COLD IIN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE UltOMO Quinine Tablets rupelsts refund money If It falls to cure E W KOVES signature is on eec hbox 25c CHENAULT Mr and airs Juo Warrens baby is very sick t Miss Roberta Brodie who has been very sick with pneumonia is improv IngMrs Aoe Bennett returned from Louisville Friday Martin Abell ofLonisvllle spent a few days last week the guest of his sister Mrs C L Warren Mr and Mrs J C Brodie returned from Hardmsbnrg Saturday Miss Veronica Mannings school closed Friday All patrons were well pleased This was her first term- Chenanlt Belle Will Interest Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kidneys are deranged Foleys Kidney Cnre will cure kidney and bladder disease in every form and will build up and strengthen these organs so they will perform their functions properly No danger or Brigbts disease or diabetes- If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken in- time A H Fisher King Edward has disposed of a part orI his collection of paintings It may not be impertinent to inquire poes he need the money or is he tired of art Home Market is the title of the first document of the Congressional campaign of 1000 issued by the Americaan Protective Tariff League The pamphlet is a reprodno tion ot the great speech ot Congress than John F Lacey of Iowa recently delivered in Congress Send postal card request for free copy Ask for Document No 84 Address W F Wakeman Secretary SaD Broadway New York N Y A Lucky Postmistress Is Mrs Alexander ot Cary Me who has found Dr Kings Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keepIng the Stomach Liver and Bowels in perfect order Youll agree with her if you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Gnuian teed by Short Haynes The London Saturday Review says the British empire has conquered most of the barbarians of the earth but toiled to form a real political union with communities of its own stock- Taking this view for a text the Review asks if there iu snub a thing as- the British empire The answer is ttrmitive but not on the plan of a Rowan emperor nor that of King George III It seems from the divorce decision of the United States Supreme Court tbat it also takes two to nnmake a- bargain 10 titI MMtAINNlNll a 11- W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier- F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident CHAS B SKILLMAN AastCashier The Old Reli- ableBreckinridge r Bank Organized 1872 Capital nnd Surplus 5200000 Deposits 20600000 Insured in every way nnd Protected by the very latest Equipment i IIInterest paid on time deposits IIBusiness great and small solicited i lNNNN NitllN 3aaNe O SNNNNNNNIN N11 +OiNNNN NO ON6000N + N p ip- Ii ii Bank of HardinsburgSurplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 Z CashierZPAul COMPTON Assistant Cashier t DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J J i Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson j= Insured against loss by fire or burglary j 22Interest paid on time deposits NNNNNNMNN NsNNNN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY iVicePresidentiI + Paid on Time Deposits IInCiCSNMrfNN NNNlfiAA 60NNNNN + it THE I Fifth Avenue 1 HOTEL I Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr r h r Sr Th3r r 9Fr FiguresOn I OnFarms The most centrally located erd only ifirstclass hotel In the city msktng a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal J shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cityIEverything neat andlclean I If you could sell your farm today for 1100 an acre and buy it back tomorrow for 110 an acre j You would do it If you can buy the 1100 land for 110 some where else the proposition is just as good You can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do it 1 If you wish to Know more about It write for copies of our Texas and I looks Thry are tree iiA HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg SI Louis OklahomaJ J t ii 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 APRILI 25 to JMAY 5 iinclusiveFi- nal i 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 OUIREIIOEO H LEE ii I jLittleOJ x F 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D and V 9 BABBAQE Editors ud Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1135 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate ot 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iite of S ante per lino Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is l sot correct olcaso notify us When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address TWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY April 85 19- 06ANNOUNCEMENT For Congress We are authorized to announce the HON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as a candidate for Congress In the Fourth Con gressional District subje to the action ol be Democratic party The best tbinc American Society ot Equity can do Is to keep out of poll tics The ploughs are moving at a lively rate all along the line from Henderson to Louisville lien J Franklin Bell of Kentucky bas been appointed chief of staff of the United States army The county judge of Calloway county was offered and increase in Balary by the Fiscal court but refused it How strangeTNo graft in this man Capt Sawyer has not yet named and christened his new boat but there is one thing he must not fail to do and that is to put on her stern Built in Clbverpoit Hnrrodsbnrg local option people are trying to get an election to vote whiskey out of their town They hope to nave tbe election June Ifi The News wishes tneiu success NewsThe devotes a column and a half of its edltoral space in whAt seems to be a halfhearted eulogy of Uov Beckhain because he has announced himself for the Senate David Moieland of Obio countyhns been elected State President of the American Society of Equity Mr Moreland has always been a farmer and said to have been a successful oneI Judge James E Cantrell of the Appellate Bench of Kentucky draws 5 000 a year salary regardless of the factII that he has never been able to render the State any eel vice on acconnt of I bad health Lambs sold recently in Louisville at 0 cents and hogs at 665 W R Moorman Jr of Glendean sold a carload I of hogs which netted him 1030 Here is a youug man who is waning I his mars in terming Musketo Is the way Mr Carnegie I spells it But wny trouble our selves about the pesky nnta Carnegieway This town is so clean and well kept that Mr Musketo will never find any tiling in it to his taste Col Noel Uaines Kentuckys in- Spector j general will begin on June 1 the puollcation of a strictly Ken tucky magazine called The Crusa der The magazine proposes to wage I war on vice in all of its torms 1 The tax payers dont want to give op theft good money to teach a man to build roads when they can get one with experience and one who knows how at the same price The tax payers j ought to have some say when it comes I to spending their moneII I Our friend William Adkisson tells us I he sold stock amounting to 450 by I means ot the insertion of an eighteenIi i cent Want Ad in the News No doubt fabout it a News Want Ad Is a power If you have any thing to sell say so in I our Want Column at one cent a word and get a bettor customer and more customers for your stuff Under the circumstances and considering the very large petition that went up from this district asking that Charles Bohler bo appointed RoadI supervisor Squire John Jennings could do no nicer thins than to de f tl r wJjst 4 Hc cline to accept the place This act would give him a prestlga with the paople worth more to him than the office or the influence of the gang ether The people have no fault to find with Squire Jennings as a man they all like him and respect him but they dont think he has the experience and tbe qualities that gb to make ia good road man Percy Beard is one of the most en thusiastic yours farmers we have net in a long time His soul body and mind are wrappea up in his work It is no fad of his either He is in the business because he loves it and likes to farm Beard is working for results Another quality he has which Is quite essential and that is he is a worker himself Knuws how to farm and Lave a farm carried on He is rot afraid to put out his money either to get land and impliments to work on and work with Ho tells me that be has just brought the Vic Robertson tract lying on the Pike and adjoining his home place and tne Squires place This gives aim about 400 acres ot the best land in the county well watered well located making an ideal farm as well as an Ideal home Watch Percy for results in farming Talking about pure food and old time cooking you get both down at Henry Herndons Hotel Hendrspn Following an a few items from his bill of fare fcr dinner Cooked in the old home style tresh and crisp served in order and promptly Jowl and turnip greens with poached eggs Roast chicken celery dressing Old time corn muffins fresh butter milk Breast of veal with brown gravy Roast beef that melts in your mouth Bak d sweet potatoes and all the early vegetables Bud nest dumpling butter sauce the kind that mamma used to make Custard pie Altrond ice cream cheese crackers and mixed nuts A dinner tit tor the gods and served as no other man can serve it Henry said it was just a common every day dinner that he puts up to more than fifty gusts every day in the week He is a great hotel man and is running about the best ono in Western Kentucky Breckflnndge county is to have a HomeComing Day The date has not been set yet but will be arranged for at the proper time Judge Moorman has appointed he several committees The News trusts that each man on these committees will consider his duties as of the greatest importance and discharge them with the proper diligence We the people of Brecken ridge should make this day u red letter day in tne history of the county Out friends and citizens Mho left us years ago will come back home to us Let us show them that we have made good da ring their absence Let us show these good brethern that we love them because they were born in Breckenridge because they were reared on the same hills and in the same valleys in whch we now abide and which we love Tlere may lie more beautiful fields in the Bluegrass there may bu finer horses there there may be mote wealth ont thank God there are no better people in the Bluegrass of Kentucky or in the boundaries of any tate than there are hero in dear old Breck enridge Let ns all every body work unitedly to make HomeComing Day a red letter day- Cloverport id entirely without pro tection from fire The town has not even a bucket brigade nor a hand pump to help out in case of fire should one brake out Is it not strange when we think of our disaster of 1901 that we have not taken steps to protect our selves in case the same calamity should befall us again We have no positive assurrance that such will not be the case We have risen from that great heap of ashes perchance only to fall There are many individuals among us whose financial loss alone would have installed some sort of protection against fire It seems to the sews that this is a very important and a very urgent matter that should come before the City Council at Its next meeting The Council is hardly to blame for the present conditions the blame should ba placed on every man every citizen in CJoverport All of us have been stupid in this important matter Bat let us lake heed get to work and have protection from fire If the Council I iJr r r1iliifI h y will take action on this matter and devise some means of raising the money for the purpose let every citizen in town stand by the Council and bear that part of tbe expense which will fall to him witnonVa mar war It will taKe money to install fire protection and if we are informer jngtrightlyabout making both ends meet Hut we must raise the money somehow We must have protection from fire Aflame may burst out at any moment and blot Cloverport from the map Let us get to work and have protection Notwithstanding that he will have no opposition for the Democartic nom ination for Congress Hon Lien Johnson is making a tnorongh canvas ot the district He spent last week In the western end of the district but did not have time to complete the rounds therefore he is in the same section again this week He never does anything by halves It must be very pleasing to him to note that every Democratic newspape in the Fourth district has spoken with much favor of bis candidacy for th nomination for Congress Not in the hf tory of Fourth district politics ha s the candidacy of such a man met WIth such general favor This is due to thE fact that the people of tbe district recognize in Mr Johnson a man wh will make an able Congressman an one who will be recognized by the pea pie of the whole State maybe tbl whole countryas one of the abler inCongressThree ago when the editor 01 The Sun owned the Breckenridg Democrat he mentioned Mr Johnson name in connection with the chair manship ot the Central Commitec After that we received numerous requests from Democrats in Breckenridg county asking that Mr Johnson b- urRed to agian enter politics each giving practically the same reason wh y this snould be done namely that iiH would make a safe conservative lead one that could at all times be trustea to do that which would be best for tilt party regardless of self interests or tht interests of friends This is the sort 01 an opinion Democrats have had of Mi Johnson for a long time and when they saw that an opportunity would cool tor them to honor him they were glad and expressed themselves The newspapers over the district iiit speaking with so much favor of Mr Johnsons candidacy have merel r voiced the sentiment of nearly over Democrat in the district Springfiel Sun TO MEET AT- OWENSBORO S A meeting of the Green River Dar Tobacco Growers Association is Oalled to meet at Owensboro May 10 lOOfl at 9 a m The purpose of the meet ing is to near the report of the Way and Means Committee and consider the business that may come before thE body A full delegation is desired as the business is of very great import once J S Culis Pres Die Com See Shapmsky Bros extra large outt and well made heavy Line denam over ale and jackets 45 cent- sGARRBTT Mrs Anna McDonald who has bee visiting her sister Mrs Francis ham returned to her some in Louisville Richard Willett of Hill Grove sail ered a stroke of paralysis Tuesday Miss Lonnlla Miles visited relatives in Louisville last week- J W Bnrob has moved to Gusto and will follow the blacksmith trade R H Dowell and family spent Sun day with Ernest Dowell Wordie Banger and wife nee Rose bud Craycroft have returned iron Kansas and will live with his father E L Banger Miss Ida Hilt entertained Tuesday nightR W Shacklott of Eddyville and Miss Mollie Tilford of Gust n were married at the Willard Hotel in Louis yule Wednesday Apr 18 Mr shack lett was formerly of here and his family reside here D S Roberts Sr of Ekron who was stricken with paralysis sometime ago died Monday and was burled ir Buck Grove cemetery of near here or Wednesday He leaves four daughters one among whom is Mrs J P Shack lett of Garrett CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- eignaturo of J Ici MA atfAMMflHMMflHwI HllHMttMHttBiB ft ou jt i I SAN PRANCISCO HARBOR SPRINGeH Meyer made a flying trip to Louisville Thursday returning Friday I Miss Zelma Strother is visiting in Louisville Elizabethdtown was here lust Monday on busi Tnesdayet Miss Jessemine Church has charge of the millinery department at H r Meyers e MM Julia Clarkson attended the s tuneral of her halt brother Dan Roberts at Buck Grove last Thursday- Dr Strother attended the Muldraugl Hill Medical Society at Elizabethtown e list Thursday e Dr and firs W H Strother Were in Brandenburg Monday Jack Collins was in Brandenburg e MondayMrs Goldieae nesdayMr Daniel Wilson was in Louisviller last week Mr and Mrs Noah Hicks of Stith Valley were tbe guests of their son John Hicks Thursday enroute to Vertress to see his brother Mr Mal I corn Hick who is very low with lung trouble EKRON Miss Sallie Williams visited Mrs Dr Stith Wednesday- J W Barr went to JFnymire Mon day on business Conrlie Stith of Guston spent Sunday with his family here Bert Brown of Brandenburg was the guest of Miss Nellie Shacklette Sunday Mr and Mrs Wordie Banger who have been in Sedgewick Kansas for some months arrived here Thursday to make their home in old Kentuck A E Uuedry left Saturday for Baton Rouge La where be will re main several days the guest of his aged father- J E Keith of Cloverport spent Saturday night with Dan Shacklette and went to Brandenburg Sunday to visit his brother Sam Brown of Louisville was hero Sunday to see his family Mrs Lena Griffle of Charlestown West Va is expected home this week to spend sometime with her mother Mrs MollIe Sherlock Dr Warner Shacslette and wife of Stepbensbnrg are spending several days with their parents Mr and Mrs Van Shacklette prior to their move to Nolin Dr J P Shacklette and family of Garrett attended church here Sunday I and were the guests of their sIster Mrs Bettie Richardson Mr Blanche Bruner and daughter Florence of Union Star were here several days last week the guests of Mrs W M Frymire Dan R Shacklette and family Rev Shacblette and mother and Milt Ain TyCox Sunday Frank Richardson and wife attended church Sunday and dined with their mother Mrs Bettie Richardson SAMPLE Mrs Ella Bea champ who has been ill is some better at this writing J F Miller was in Hardinsburg Sunday the guest of his patents Mr and Mrs Milt Miller Messrs Stanley Connor and Floyd Armstrong were in Hardinsburg Sun day the guests of Misses Bell Conn and Eva Brnmtield Mr and Mrs Frank Blain and little daughter Lillian of Stephensport wete the guest of Mr and Mrs Gra ham Jolly Sunday W M Seaton was here Sunday Mrs Eugene Connor and Mrs Charles Tinlus of Stephunsporti Mr 4 itytk l and Mrs John Furrow of Cloverport wero the guests of Mr had Mrs L D Dowell Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Charlie Bowmer of Hardinsburg and Mrs Abe Bryant were here Saturday and Sunday at tbe bed side of their sister Miss Nannie Pate who is very low with consump tionWe have some hustling farmers a round here They are afraid that other fellow is going to get ahead D C Walls was here Sunday- E L Dowell passed through here Sunday enroute to Sand Cave Flat Mrs J H Miller is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Charles Morris visit ed relatives at Beach Hill Saturday and Sunday Charlie Robbins and Jack Robberts were hero Monday buying up mules There was a merry little house party formed at L D Dowells Sunday afternoon Those present were Missed Lillian Adkins Rosio Wheeler and Lilian Dowell and Messrs Carl Arm strong Roland Pate and Morton BrumfIeld All were delightfnly enter tamed with graphophone inusio some of Edisons choice selections of hymns were rendered A positive CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Gives Relict at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseasmemb- rane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho SEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size 50 cts at Drug gists or by mail Trial Size 10 cts by mail ElyDrothers 56 Warren Street Now York Mr and Mrs Marcus Jolly and son of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Wheeler Sunday Mrs John Arnold and little brother Roscoe Bennett of Irvington are visit fug relatives here David Phelps and father went to Leavenworth Monday on their new gasoline launch Winiferd See Shapmsky Bros fast colors and well made worK shirts 4G cents Farmers ate all busy plowing Wheat looks fine Prospects are favorI able for n good crop zrrrrrtrrrrrrtrrrrrrrrrrrrrr orrrr rrrrrrKrrrtrrrrKKttKr- Y p riii ICE J 1 f- iii x f r i Our wagon is now making daily trips There iI will be no change in prices this year vizII J i x Less than 25 pounds 50 cents per hundred g less than 100 and more than 25 40 cents per J hundred 100 pounds and over 30 cents per f 1 hundred No discounts IIif Wagons will leave factory at 6 a m have your boxes ready and dont keep drivers j f s waiting I Everybody must use coupon books if you 1 1II have none ask for one a t rt 1 Cloverport Water Light Ice Co I k AtrtMWrtttWrtkttttfcfcMtitttt kASIA7tSflfkSPA AAkSOA7171i1 t W2 plc ra = cGl c r rr c31 CSQiWc 7rC3 gt rt tsSitbwC LJE1L 4 I To The Public j I intend to give ono of the greatest Picnic barbecues over given in Breckenridge county at Tar Spring lIDon the Fourth of July next This picnic will be far r than all of tho others I have given there will be l I more to attract you to this one than there was at all of the others I have selected the most beautiful Spot in I the county on which to have the grand jubilee Mr ml Haliday the proprietor of the Springs is spending a great deal of I money on the place and by tho fourth of mIJuly it will be so transformed into a place of euclu magnificent beauty that strangers will hardly know the J famous old- s place Mr Haliday knows what he is I doing and is making great progress in his work The people of Hardinsburg and vicinity who have so largely attended my picnics heretofore are especially invited to this ono the greatest of all You will be Ijj looked after in the best of fashion and I will see to it j that you have a good time i1 I will announce further particulars of this evcnt in r 1this paper next week Respectfullyrn NOBLE PATE IJ M I yraFr t d y r 1 v THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1- t c 1LAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Pifli 15 IQO6 PART TWO r yr i EDUCATION FOR INDIANS MOTHER KATHERINE DREXEL SPEWS MILLIONS IN THIS WORK has Founded Many Schools Employ Ins Indians to Build ThemOnly y Fullblood Indian Catholic Priest In the World r Many thousands of Indian children In Oklahoma and Indian Territory have been educated by means of tlM Drexel millions a large portion of which has for years been devoted toI 11the cause of Indian education by T Mother Katlierlnc formerly Miss Kate Drexel of Philadelphia sister of John H Drexel banker and sugar magnate and closely related to the others of the same name who have made it famous In the world of finance It was Mother Katherine who started the In dian school at Chllocco which has now been taken In charge by the government and made the principal e Indian training school of the Southwest The two schools at Pnwhuska 1 In Pottowatomle county are also mon I uments of her bounty She keeps in close touch with her work and visits the Oklahoma schools In which she Is Interested at least once a year She Is usually accompanied I by her sister who Is also deeply In jt terested In the work and who heart I ily approves it In common with tho- r other members of the family All of the millions she has expended for In k ti dlan education have been employed under direction of tho Interior Depart ment as her long study of the Indian k problem Is recognized to have made of the best authorities on the In the country iiiiubjeet the Balldlncs Personally St Louis and St John schools o4It at Pnwhuska both founded by Mother KatherIne a number of years ago are J good examples of the work she Is do- Ing for the education of the Indians Both have handsome and commodious buildings planned personally by Mother Katherine and have given hundreds of Osage children their first Knowledge of the white mans learning cMany of the teachers are themselves Indians graduates of these or similar schools who have entered with enthusiasm Into the education of their- t fellow tribesmen The Osage schools receive some assistance from the gov ernment and their scope Is greatly widened by tho orders now In effect the agents office that every r rfrom child of school ago mustxbe in school In order to draw Its share at b the annuity payments f f Used Indian Labor While Mother Katherines bcnofne i Ions have always been liberal It is- uspYanII to let the Indlnns do the work Ib I whenever possible in the construction of buildings and work of a similar r character When tho Sacred Heart l school burned five years ago and was rebuilt Pottawatomlo nUll Klckapoo Indians made the brick for the new structure and did much of the work rtowards Its construction working of course under the direction of a white contractor Much of the maintenance of this school which Is claimed to be- tf the oldest west of the Mississippi river is borne by Mother Katherine and It was by her visits to this school that s she discovered Albert Negahnquct the fullblood Pottawatomlo boy educated by her and who Is now tho only full blood Indian Catholic priest In the world After his graduation at Sacred Heart she paid his expenses through Carlisle mind the Catholic university at Washington finally finishing his edu cation at Rome from whence ho re turned only two years ago to take up his work among his own people I Is Founder of SeveralI Schools- A number of schools of tho same sort have been founded and maintained fey Mother Katherine probably the beet 1k J known being the Nazareth Institute 4t Muskogee which was founded in 1891 It was beset by mummy dUlicultlcs tlar lug Its earlier years but survived then all and Is now a flourishing institution The institutions which have prospered the most and In which Mother Katherine has taken the greater Interest are however naturally those among the tribes which were already under the Influence of Catholic teach- Ings the Osages and the Potta watomles The Oqngcs had of course been instructed in the Catholic faith before their removal from Southern Kansas by the fathers at the old Osage missions now St Paul first un der the directions of the venerable Father Schumacher and later under Father Paul Ponzlgllone a near rela five of the royal family of Italy who made ninny Journeys among the Osages nfttr hclr removal to the terri tory Father Scroll of Independence Tan nlso used oocnslonnlly to follow time trails through what Is now Oklahoma as fur west as Fort Sill The beginning of the work among the Pottuwntomles was also made as far back as 1871 when Father Robot a French missionary offered his ser vices to the bishop of Little Rock who terrljtorrcountry lIe settled first at In 1874 moved to Sacred Heart found lug the famous abbey of the Benedictines there which is tfic only mou tistery In the United States governed directly from France Its first abbot was Father Felix DeGrasse n lineal descendent of the famous French ad miral Upon his death two years ago Uo was succeeded by Father Murphy a native of Savannah Ga and the first man of American birth to Join the brotherhood at Sacred Heart IfERXIIAJIDT OUTWITS TRUST Denied Playhouses by Theatre Com bine She Plays to Vast Audience In Tent Mine Sarah Bernhardt the cele orated actress has entered the arena as a trust buster When she made preparations for bookings In Texas she found the playhouses of the state closed to her on account of her refusal to appear under the patronage of the theatre syndicate In Texas therefore she was compelled to appear In a tent A week or two ago a novel method of producing a play was in augurated at Dallas when Sarah played Camille In a big circus tent with an audience of 5000 persons During the performance fully 10000 persons crowded around the tent and would have paid to get In if it had been big enough As It was the tent only seated 4200 and 800 had to stand or sit on the ground It was time most novel wild west show ever seen The tent wits a huge affair and from the outside looked big enough to houso a three riuged circus The novelty of playing In a circus tent appealed to the actress and she gave her Interpretation of the character of Camllle as naturally as cleverly and with as much force and power as It confronted by an audience of Now Yorkers or Parisians In the most modern of theatres The thousands who greeted Mme Bernhardt at Dallas desired ns much to show their indorsement of her fight against the trust as to be entertained by her matchless talent ns an actress Mme Bcrnlmnlt made arrangements to appear in the tent at Waco anti Austin Texas and Oklahoma City Oklahoma Territory In other Texas cities on her Itinerary large balls were secured and specially equipped for the performance Hopeless Ignorance Flynn = 01 tell yez theys no use thrryln to iddlcaato thlm Cholnese Mulhooloy Anf phwys thotV FlynnO1 Jlst asked wan ov thlm the Cholnese wurrud for St Patrick s day un bedad he couldnt tell me u LARGEST BATTLESHIP TEN MILLION DOLLARS FOR TH CONSTRUCTION OF GIGANTIC CONSTITUTION More Destructive and Terrible than the new Floating Giant the English DreadnaughtOld Constitutlo to be Saved One hundred thousand dollars for the preservation of the old frlgnt Constitution and 10000000 for tin construction of a huge new battleshii of the same name are two provision to be included In the naval appropria thou bill The new Constitution is to bo tin most powerful ship of war afloat She will excel the British Dreadnautfhi recently launched by King Edward has much as the Dreadnaught will excel anything afloat when she Is corn pleted Tier authorization tray b said to be directly the result of Togos victory In the Sea of Japan It was the British naval attache on hoard Togos flagship who nurrled honu nftor that Ladle and warned the Ad1 miralty of the neeuj of the British navy and this brought about the con struction of the Dreadnnught Now we are to follow and eclipse the Brit ish naval wonder The Navy Department has secured full Information coucernlnr the plans of the Drcadnaught and the arrange ment of her powerful armament so that It is known exactly what uniHt bo done to beat her In order that time department may tot be himpcrcd In any way in deter mining upon the plans of the new Con stitution the forthcoming bill will pro vide that the Secretary lit the Navy nay use the contingent tumid to secure nformatlon from shipbuilders the vorld over It he so desires before Innlly accepting tin design of the ten nllllon dollar paclflc- rProvisions for Ship This provision for the new American sea fighter Is In line with the desired the President and the earnest re ommeudatlon of Admiral Dewey who recently appeared before the aval Committee of the House and rave a spirited talk In support of his news ns to the necessity of con tructlng larger and more powerful battleships for time American Navy At the time thenaval oatlnmtes were aade up last fall Secretary Bonapwrto was opposed to any such Increase but he has spice come wound to the sided the President and IIs now heartily In favor of the committee proposition The naval experts III Washington lave long been convinced that the 0000ton battle shlw Michigan and louth Carolina authorized by the last Congress represent the limit of pos IIl illlty on a displacement not decidedly greater To go beyond In any appreciable degree the fighting efficiency ot such ships It will be necessary to ave not only more powerful arma tent but higher spend anti greater teaming radius to gain which there must be heavier and amore powerful machinery and greater coalcarrying apacltyThe displacement of the Dread aught Is but ti000 tons greater than that of the Michigan or the South larollna Naval construction tX ports say that an addition of 2000 tout the displacement of time American ships is insufficient to accomplish all three of the factors necessary to materially Improve upon them and the Increase would be entirely consumed by the provision for any ono of factors The extra guns would take It all as the extra I necessary to develop high spoed or the greater bunker capacity osHontl to wider steaming radius They point out that In the Dreadnaught It was ut tempted to preserve two of these factors gun power and but thllt to do so It was necessary sacrIfIce the armor protection which they be- lIeve such a btttleshlp hay No Limit to Cost No sacrifice In armament speed or steaming radius will have to be Illude In designing the new Constitution The only limitation placed upon the Secretary of the Navy by time Navt Affairs Committee is that her hull 111111 machinery summit not cost more thln i000000 The provision for the hat tlenhlps Michigan and South Cnrollm now the largest ships building for the navy was 1000000 each and there is no doubt In the minds of the memo hers of the committee that If the Secretary decides to go to L0000 tons or beyond the extra 2000000 now provided will accomplish It It Is estimated that till armor nni nnnniiient for the ship will cost some where In tho neighborhood of 3500 000 In addition to the hull and ma chinery and that other fittings will bring the total for the new Constltu tlon up approximately to 10000000 The Dreaduaught Is planned to carry ten rifles Time lllchl gun and South Carolina are to carry eight 12Inch guns The Dreadnaughl will be able concentrate six guns for bow or stone fire with eight on either broadside while the American ships can use four guns dead almond or dead astern and all eight ahead or tstcrn on a quartering lire with all ight on either broadside So that In point of lire they lire nearly as ef iclent as the Droadniught which ex eels materially onlyI in the single oint of speed To counterbalance his the American ships have the Io lded advantage In armor prot ctlou The Advantage of Guns The Constitution will have as high speed as the Dreaduaught and tin lotiblc advantage over the Brigs rihlp of greater gun power and more IIIheter able to withstand them She will carry twelve 12Inch rllles so ar rall ell that she can concentrate eight of them In tiring dead ahead or dead stern or off time bow or quarter and ten on either broadside Chewing Gum vs Missoas The twentyseventh annual meeting ot time Womens Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbytery of Washing tou held recently disclosed the ta that three and a half million dollars n year more Is spout for chewing guns ban for foreign missions In other words 11000000 in spout for gum ind only 7f00000 for missions Carpfiilly compiled data shun that 178000000 a year goes for candy 700000000 for Jewels and tobacco and millinery go away up lute tho illlious tobacco considerably lu the lead The 7terosc e Lump The ordinary kenwene lamp Is the best Illustration of the highest type of combustion furnace The hot gases missing up through the narrow threat ot the chimney draw the colder alt trough the lint wire gauze at the bottom and bring It near a tempera tire which will feel combustion and THE NEW CONSTITUTION This Will be the Most Powerful Battleship Afloat to these would machinery speed to should oiiHlly 12Inch to prevent smoke hy chilling time vapors Time limits In the construction of sued a furnace are easily seen When time wick Is raised a little the combustion Is greater than the capacity of the furnace and smoke results When the chimney Is raised trout the bottom too much cold air enters time tIre Is chilled and again we have smoke OLD MAINE NOW YOUNG PAPER MAKING HAS nOSE MUC TO DEVELOP OLD YEW E GLAD STATE Intelligent Forestry IHWPerpctuat The Maine Woods and Furnish Iulp for PaperMaking to future GenerationsWhen stops to think of th tremendous and almost magic growt of the distant West It seems strong that such an old state as Maine isI stll largely unknown and unsettled Almost immediately after the Uevo lutlonary War the settlement o Maine began by Inhabitants of other parts of New England nud itn growthb Has been steady and sure with thE exception of the years of and Imme diatoly following the Civil War Tat population however has been almostt entirely confined to the lower half of the state and only very recently have the Immense possibilities and re sources of tho northern half been re alizedIt is estimated that at least 300 000 natives of Maine are scattered throughout the otli r parts of the country at the present time Had this vast army remained to devel op their native state It Is Impossible cJifl1 tit f t iiivto realizes tho i been made as nature has done so much and man so little Xloro than 4000 square miles or 2poiinn acres of land still remain ployed and unl iproved waiting for capital and brains to make it yield largo returns The resources are al most beyond limit or belief Thousands of Lakes and Rivers In this state alone there are over live thousand rivers and streams with more than fifteen hundred lakes as reservoirs to furnish power for in numerable manufacturing plants Besides natural water power Maine is rich in timber which in this ago is a most valuable asset Tho timber lands of northern Maine can with Judicious management be mado to yield for generation after generation and supply a vast amount of lumber and wood pulp The largest paper mill In the world Is located at Mllllnoiket on a small branch of the Penobscot River where a drop or ono hundred and fifty feet furnishes 25000 horsepower From this mill is turned out each day between 1GO and 180 tons of newspaper made from wood pulp It Is commonly supposed that paper- making from woodpulp is one of tho greatest menaces to our forests but exactly tho opposite Is tho case where tho forests are handled intelli gentlyTho modern policies adopted by many paper makers In regard to per petuating tho forests aro doing much for the cause of forestry One Maine company has secured the ownership of 300000 acres of forest BRIDGET- HE SOCIETY GAME Taught by Mail Complete Course Six ICWHOIIH Send for Free Handsome Ilooklet Address N Y Bridge Correspondence School Inc 3 Kant 11M SL New York City 5 Year SOLID GOLD Filled Watch S5 SIleaet Watch t an llonrt 1rlee pU fp1 mUI a4Uwnut 4toMrtfM u TUT Mi i iidW eoeuetltUrd n kMk lUM tIdmid ruaIJ I rruuw UMt n FIAdIt 14 dya nj4aerlw 4m uons4pO wIullh 1d cvuutod IIwpmnlL Ital I nfqU4lt W ml btn fakit r U phudbM M Onti fWo1 7m mid Umi u4 nrnld- IaSMrMquaM tat frIrU- Innpefy ul II 7 Wu On u pnUrt Uri U mt fm4 pj opw p M 10- dMl urrMl Jrf4bdd tn inn Ot4iU MU tUMm 01 plnf- nlndHIUuuaaaanaLcnanaue a1iDfl b n5MtUWlauIW lands and placed tho cutting of all timber under the direction of the Government Forestry Bureau A r therr of the trees growing on each acre of this companys holdings A plan was agreed upon which assures a per petual supply of timber No tree under nino inches in diameter is to bout At the end of sixteen years the spruce growth will have renewed itself again and under this plan the entire three hundred thousand acres may be cut over every sixteen years At Rumford Falls on time Andros roggiu in western Maine about 54 000 horse power Is now utilized and a recent state report says that 48000 ad ditional horse power is available from this stream alone Beyond doubt the railroads of Maine are responsible for the open ing and develops t of tho upper half of title state as years apo only thirty or forty mles of railway were built north of the centre and manufacturing or farming was almost un known above this point Capitalists at last real ed what a vast amount of valuable territory was bciuir ignored and Imilt IN Hi lines Into the wilderness until nowhere are nearly 500 milts of tracks connecting thriving cities and vllafres which have sprung up in too wake of tho steel bands T P nJvpnt of the ran and in pn northern Maine has increased the value of timber lands over j i percent and timber which before was too remote has become available for marketing purposes Capital from Canada It is to bo regretted perhaps from an American standpoint that a large part of the capital employed in developing this new old state has been furnished by Canadian capitalists rather than by New Englanders them soh ell Tho farming possibilities of Maine are almost as great as the water pow er and timber business offor as it has been demonstrated that tilt soil and climate are particularly adapted to the raising of potatoes on a large scale over 10000 bushels having been shipped to various parts of the coun try in 1904 The railroad officials realized from the start th in order to settle and lvlld1 up untry through which mlt eir hran l ran the freight rates must be low enough to enable manu acturers to compete with more ac psslH factories and have bornothta CoIHntle e Next Pu THE RIGHT FURNACEFOR FORYOUR YOURNEW HOUSE Prevent every nslstaBa pramWritebook Ita n authority oa bei Ing Tells bow eon whom to erect a furnace i bow to at moueEropcrly at coal e bawlget rId oJ f reit heater+ replace a b out wltbour Leader Bteel Furnu youraemfIt ance We teach you trot H nt freight paid any wlierp No 43 heals 7 to t roOl house achnom stare or email churcti Coiti t9 tother Bizon for all pur i pewbookone Worming ft Company7iiDullduntOtlcaj Our LEADER Steel Furnace i1 T s = f The Breckenridge News J WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1906 l uns Pills It This popular remedy never falls to effectually cure spepsia Constipation Sick Jeadacfie Biliousness l aMorpid Liverand Bad Digestion The natural result Is good appetite eJegantIy1 Stake No Substitute j Shapinsky Bros sell New York blue rtl 1 camlet pants at 45 cent Exculsivespring milinery Mrs J r 2 M Cordery nee Judith Miller i 4 Swell line of trunks and dress suit l 4fcases at Shapinsky Bros jf fage hats at Franks Polk Gin rsonsfhei latest styles D A seventyfive cent Knife for a N t quarter News office IB New things in spring miliney Mrs J M Cordery nee Judith Mil r1I jglerl r Mr Henry Pate went to Louisville Monday accompanied by bia son Ray fond to be operated upon 4t Pattern bats at Frank Polk Gfb4 ti sons latest creations i Chas Furrow the barber is confined to his home with rheumatism t Miss Margaret Moor man visited rela tI tives at Owensboro Sunday t Patern hatsMrs J M Cordery f t tneeI Judith Miller J j Will Bowmen of Louisville was at home Sunday trio guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmen I Complete lino of ladies notions every thing for ladless wardrobe at Frank Polk Gibsons I tt1ry Everybodys this month It is a good number News oftice i May magazines are inNews office t tMlJ Mrs Hand Kyler ot Hawes1 1vllle attened the Weathertholt funeral at Tooineport Just Wednesday Mrs i Tonv Nicholas of this city is a I daughter of Mr and Mrs Kyle Orders for Sun pleated circulars J 1skirts 0 to 15 taken at Frank Polk Gibsons Skirts received eight days after ordered There are three things it takes a strong man to holdn young warrior 1 11yJurmahorse and a handsome squaw Stateaood Magazine French sailors of every description at Frank Polk Gibsons The Murray tile plant begun opera tion this week New machinery has been put in at the plant and the fact ory is now in better condition for the tmaKingy of tilo than It has ever been The Companys principal rnancet is Jin Chicago ttI Look at our umbrellas going now at I BrosIThe yellow flag at the Pate House was hauled down Monday and this week the house is being rlieinfeofd t There is no farther danger of small pox and the quarantine has been re leased Mrs Henry Pate proprietor ess of the Pate House will refurnish almost entirely the holstery and open for boarders in a week or so Better get to thinking about that offerof ours giving the News a year andihe farm Journal five years just 1 for a dollar The o fIer will te cif be t foreJong JU Harris and L T Reid are having their reisdences newly painted Mr Reids house is being painted a 18OUd vlJiiJ vr l Billylt acct cf her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer 1 J MeD 01 OUII Timbers of oak keep the old homesteadstanding through the years It pays to use the right stuff Ie Men ofoak II are men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials 1 bil hbGdigtthe time to lay 1te foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right t stuff gcotts Emulsion stimulate- sthavowing powers of children help v them builda firm foundation for a sturdy constitution i Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 400415 Pearl Street New York BOo and SIOO all druiwlsti i Ii 1i i i Home Coming D y Commitees Appointed by County Judge Hnrdinsburg Ky April 18 190G By direction of the Breckenridge County Fiscal Court I hereby appoint the following Commttees for the purpose df having a Cele bration Home Coming Day on u day later to be fixed by the Chairmen of the different Committees hereinafter appointed said day to be in Juno and following the Home Coming Week which will be observed in Louis ville Ky Said Celebration Day shall be observed for the purpose of bringing our fathers mothers sisters brothers and friends back to their dear onesthus localizing the sweet beautiful and commendable sentiment that has prompted Louisville to take the step that will indelibly impress her name and memory upon tho souls of all loyal Kentuckians In the Armory in the space allotted to our county there will be a Resistor in which may be written the names of all our visitors There will also be provided for them a badge bearing the name of our county The press Committee will be instructed to give to our citizens all the desired information both as to the Celebration in Louisville and to the Day in Hardins burg Following are the Committees Finance Committee M II Beard ChairmanJohn D Shaw E H Shell man D C Moorman C B Skillman Marion Weather holt II H Kemper John Adair D S Richardson John Alexander and George Royal- tyInvitation Committee David H Murray ChairmanN MsO Mercer M Eskridge Matthias Miller Judge Milton Board A B Skillman W 11 BowmerRev Father Brey Rev Father Gabe Rev Father beery Mayor Harris Andrew Craw ford Frank Fraize John Lyddane Henry Kurtz W J Fipgott John Wimp R L Ncwsom Chas Blanford John Cook Chas Lightfoot George Harned W R Johnson John McCamish Hiuo Alexander C C Pile William Storms William Glasscock John Jarboe W H Moorman Jr J T F Owen It G Robertson C W Dean Luther Clemons Charles Robertson Jake De Haven J C Jones Frank Lyons Ben Taul Hardy Walker Frank Ruppert T M Bates G H Drury II G Vessels John ORciley and S T Smith Press Committee J D Babbage Jr ChairmanJ H Pile J P Has well Jr and Jesse Whitworth Reception And Entertainment Committee H Dell Moorman Chairman J E Kincheloe E L Robertson T J Moore Willis Green J p Haswell Jr Claude Mercer Orville Skillman and ft F Beard Advisory And Correspondence Committee W K Barnes ChairmanJoe Teeff James Gardner G W Beard Allie Kincheloe H C Murray Pau i Compton T J Hook Milton Miller Ed Dillon YoF Hook Zeno Hendrick R A Shellman Wm Ahl Lee Bishop Gus Brown C P Edmonds Dennie Sherran and- y R Moorman Decoration Committee City Council of llardinsburg together with County Of ficials and business men of she town of Hardinsburg Burgoo or Dinner Committee N McC Morcor ChairmanG D Shellman Coleman Haswell Dr Walker toJ Hook Ben Anderson and Arthur Beard- I respectfully submit the foregoing and recommend that any member of any committee desiring any information write to the chairman of your committee arid not to me Very truly H DEN MOORMAN J C B M MIMIM Y Remember I carry the royal Blue sine line Julian Brown There will be a temperance meet ing at Persimon FlatlSnnday afternoon at 230 AH are invited Flunk Folk Gibson take orders for all kinds of stamp work and de signs for needle work Be sure to seeliThe Moonshiners Daughter at Oelzea Hall Thursday night Fun and excitement from start to finish Seats on sale at Short Haynes drug store Music will be renderedA line of ladles misses anti childrens shoes for spring Have white and black slippers Conrad Sippel Adam Forepangb Sells Bros S ows OwensboroFor this occasion rate of 100 round trip will be made from Gloverport to OwnnHboro and return on May 1 return limit May 2 t Spring Meeting New Louisville Jockey Club Louisville May 229 For this occasion rate of 360 round trip Cloverport to Louisville wilt be and on May 12 and morning trains of May 2 Return limit May 8 Also 3 round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return May 1 and return limit May 30 Also rate of 3 May 1 to 29 included Also 3 Cloverport to Louis ville and return May 29 included good three days from date of sale Louisville to Evansville excursion Sunday May G Special train leaves Oloverport 1010 a m arriving at hvansville at 1245 Returning train will leave Evansville 0p1 m 125 round trip Cloverport to Evnnsville and return Cloverport to Henderson and return 125 to Owensboro andI return 110 Full line of Swell spring and summer hats at the very lowest prices Shapinsky Bros I t g IIDR R Representing P NEJII I I i I DENTISTS i11V11l OF OWEN8BOROmbe inri week out of each montbh prepared tomaU wbbln Classy Hefty M Date will be announced later J i IDR S B ADKISSON II 6 DENTISTC7l i WEBSTER KY I will come to your gljj m homo and do your dental ff1j work Latest appliances m 1II used Satisfaction guar iantced Write me pal I t Warts T rr i r r3r3r 3rhh I Advertisements Inserted under this bead at j one cent a word per wee- kS I I DYour order for building material to The Cloverport Ilanlng Mill Wo are mak ing cut prices to reduce stock FOR SALETwo horses near Now Bethel bushels corn at Holt Apply to Miller ft Atklsson Holt SALELarge second hand edition of Websters Dictionary containing lOOlllus tratlons an appendix of 10000 words sup pllmented with dictionary ab breviations etc 1rlco11 News 0111- eeSENDEight rents In iKwtnKO stumps and I you one of the latest vocal or In strumental pieces of muse Address Mark stein Ilnno School of Correspondence All lessons for one year ten cent each mailed 172 West 13Gth Stron New York City FOR SALEA three room cottage very V G Ilablwge Atty- FOR SALEne new Eastman plate Caw o 3 Takes pIcture x14 leutliiT case and one plate holder Cwmt ra has latest Improvements and Is one of Eastmans best Price 1750 Jim D IlubljuKe To EXCIIX EiIOO Cash Register fur horse Apply at News olHce WANTED To trade fruit trees for lumber Write or call on Ino D llabbuRe Clo verport Ky n FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and fieconllhimd Gas and Gasoline StreetLouisville HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which hotiieseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each month One way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sop 15 to Oct 31 1100 Conference For Education Lexington For this occasion OUR fare plus 25 cents tor the round trip Tickets on sale Mayl24U- nited Confederate Veterans Re union New Orleans For this occasion rate ot one fare plus 25 cents for toe round trip On sale April 2527- L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 146 Daily Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at H ward on flag only arrives at Louisville 726 A M No 142 Dally Mall ana Jtxpreuleroves Clo at all way statlon3-arrlvesLoulsville12Sa p m Train No Iii Dally fast mall leaves Clo vtrport 448 p tu stops at all way stations atLouisvilleaccommodation WEST BODNP accommooatlorleavesvllle 900 a m expressleavesHawesvllie Lewlsport Macao Owensboro I Stanley i Henderson and Evansvllle I arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 10 30 p m Stops at all stationsII No 145 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 11z PM arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllie I Owensboro and Henderson only betweenLouisville I cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville and St LouisI I ItEASTIt Train No 2 daily except Prznday leaves j Fordsvillo430 B rUes Irvington 840 axu Train No4 Daily except Sunday leaves J Fordsville 320 pm arrives Irvlngton 50Jp lu J Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvllle630a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 am arrives Fordsville 245 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p nr arrives Fordnvlllo 925 p a At Holts Chapel Friday night a Aliiaroby good speakers i Cs Cs MEET ME AT NOLTES W H IMothers With real live boys will rejoice IILittle IITudor 1r 1 here in Cloverport Just the nicest suit for a boy or little girl ever made A W i point in their favor they are washable t 1 Get your boy or girl a Little Tudor l jhappyj i J C Nolte Bro I Cloverport Ky b all i I Cadick Milling Co 4 4T 1 r X rE carefully safeguard I A J V the interests of our W 1customers More over we freqlently do it un mknown to them as oppor JJ- IfRiI tunities often come to us inIIM confidentiz1 ways W RRLET US IIAVE i YOUR BUSINESS toJm careful attention Highest t- if rate of Interest paid on time depositsIt INSURED AOA I N S T LOSS BY FIRE AND fBURGLARY CONSER VATIVE BOARD OF m DIRECTORS EFFICIENT OFFICERS Bank of Gloverport Cloverport Ky m mijL V tbapln has taken charge of the Gibson House and is ready to receive regular boarders and will accoin date tne transiet trade Many requests from Catarrh sntfer TS who use atomizers have resulted- In Liquid Cream Balm a new and onvenient form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to allay inflammation to cleanse the logged alrpassagea to promote free natural breathing the two forms ot Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm sold by all drnggists for 75 cents Including spraying tube Mailed by Elv Bros 55 Warren Street New fork See Shapinsky Bros New York amlet pants at 45 cents OdbTORIAHears rtetheKind You Have Always BoagW SlrUttlfl y of BedIoldi I Play Suits SuitI OF GOODjudges of good flour ore saying nice things in favor of CADICKSGOLD FLOUR and the best of it is these praises are justly merited Let us induce you to Uy it for yourself Each customer is his own bMt judge and should try for himself that he may fully appreciate the merits of the goods he is buying MAKERS Grandview Ind orrrrrrrrrrrrerttrrrr erKrl I 0 No Waiting Here I 1 Just tell us how much x lumber you need We x- r have all kinds of Framing material J SSand choice Poplar and f j Walnut is ready for 5 you Ift Thats the thing un able to get so quick vftf vi Let us have your S it order todayto Your House Barn or v Stable may need re 5 J pairs s tot REMEMBER US I IIg Seaton Weatherholt IS Cloverport Ky JilAilkAililAAilitAitAAilA lirAA71A IF YOU WANT TO BUY SELL OR RENT A HOUSE OR FARM Write me I can do it FOR SALE One three room cottage in Cloverport lH acre farm laying one mile and a half from Hardinsbutg Well improved One town lot in Cloverport 100 feet front by 200 feet deep A few shares of Mock in a corporation paying a divictnd of 0 per cent per anum Will sell or rent a store house in Hardinsburg V G BABBAGE Attyat Law Office Main St Cloverport Ky Wm Blain spent Sunday at Skill man Ialts W B Schupp has gone to Louisville for H lew days h Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and aHalf MHBon bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay socEnclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of moves Blade Root Liver Pili J r A r1PtionPrJe etlze PlJrpose Jet 1 fl0l JOL- lU v t P Jdat the end ata year Or to and bear th- n nt stand by- OARDS OF TU II u ftIIOMECIIBERFULI r 1 uLV EASY WAY OF PROVIDED f AMUSEMENT FOR YOUNG AND OLD i r n and Entertainment for AUIl Concert or Minstrel Stjow at Your Own Fireside 1 The editor of this magazine bas I frequently urged his renders to do all they can towards making the home ns cheerful as possible for all the family Now I want to tell you how you van cheer and brighten your homo Inn simply wonderful way Read What Thomas A Edison the worlds greatest Inventor the wizard of the 20th Century hm r I II want to see a phonograph In every American home If yon have never had a genuine phonograph In your home you can not Imagine what a wonderful pleas I hear on a phono ryourask almost anything There are Edison gold moulded records and you can have your choice of these Suppose you got some vaudeville records reproducing to absolute per fection the greatest comic artists Then take some band music Sousas flfarches Waltzes by Strauss soul stirring lively music then grand opera concert pieces as well as the finest vocal solos also comic songs ragtime dialogs comic recitations piano orpnn violin banjo and o Instrumental music nil kinds of snored music duets qua rtettes full choruses i The Edison records are perfect I thsolutely naturalomt unlike the In ferlor though higher priced records of ethers the Edison records never become rasping and scratchy It The smooth round supjihlro point if tho Edison Reproducer does not oinilre clwngln It dots not wear It elf or the record with which it comes n contact Consequently Edison Gold jfcloulded Records last for years This Is a feature that merits thoost care ful attention of the prospective pur fhaser cc Possibly you have heard talking machines nnd have not cared much in for them but remember that there enflre umchlnvs that reproduce only lound and noise the sweetness and basthe perfect expression for which you prize musk are reproduce only by the modern Edison Phonograph and the DiEdlson Gold Moulded Records These biv ill nlitie8 distinguish the Edison Thono graph from all its Imitations Awe jL Sketo I Pun For Your Picnics It Bones and band pieces nnd danco music to B CU the air carrying tbo sound over meadow th COeenliven your Own js This wonderful instrument trc think r iiuf8 far far Better than a piano er rgnn though costing only onefourthn It tc r oneeighth as much for it gives you ndleas variety it always plays per ItNoelyour atelJeramyoJfcatiis brings 1 and 2 u seat in the opera I citytnzjne specimen pro o ttagiframnies for entertainments hundreds thoceantnlogue that rr ou free on request EntertainmentP8632 Uncle Sammy March E llon d OOd Din JanceIntroingads pLEdison Orchestra wut 8631 Alabama MlnitreU Introducing Ballad tDCfi 8oresamndSame rv881 lve Got A Keelin For YuOssrnan llknjo Trio V6 somflear Old GirlTenor SotoMac Donough their rGeorgl Mlntlrels Introducing Uncle a Joke and chorusEdison Iadem Minstrels = ailS Characteristic Negro Medley ale Will uarleltc lar8969 My Little Dinah LeeBartone Soo RobertaUZfl6 Benz 1nsertfc 7JJ Kathleen Maourneen Male Quartette JI In 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never heard one entertain you do not know what a treat awaits you FREE to nil owners of pit nograplis who state style nnd number of their machine we will send free prepaid copy of the Edison Phonogram Month Ily subscription price 20 cents telling you how to make your machine play hotter how to oil It how to make your own records etc Many valuable pointers free We also exchange genuine Edison phonographs for old talking machines home more every this great offerI Is Edl eons I Km ph No for ily I You will have theyour IAIHE NOW YOUNG Ccntinutd from Preceding fttff In In almost every instance re upon tho backhaul for their profitThe farmers as well as tho mill workers and In Intelligent thrifty people many of them owning and occupying their mod cia of their kind Rumford Falls referred to an Ideal dition according to writer FELLOW TO the Review Reviews Beautiful winding streets have been laid out and attractive cottages with splendid and trees erected for tho papermill employees for an amount that little more than taxes interest and a charge for maintenance and the amount paid more than meet these requirements the surplus returned to the at the end the year Un Mr i Edison Says I want to see a Phonograp in every American home Tho Phonograph is Mr Edisons pet and hobby Though ho baa M invented hundreds of other wonderful patents he has retained his interest Afl only in tho Phonograph Company of which ho owns practically every share of stock Mr Edison of the wonderful pleasure his instrument has provided and is providing in thousands HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY If you music you like entertain family and visitors if you to make your cheer ful BESUREto- read word of here Mr signature hlcbyouwnUlnc1Worr Look tor- hlsrdomark I l a no O a to all at if it or of the old end of pleasure the tarn It Is far Imagine pleasure jou get an un til you tried I In OLD mind lying paper others moderate aro homes which are At above almost con exists a in of lawns shade These cottages are rented should is tenant of knows of boOM I love if to your want FREE TRIiL MusIcfor HomeEntertainment aI 115200 Ini Offer a u we charge only lowest l monthly anday on To in order do write in it der this every tnu baa a in keeping the tax rate of the town to the lowest figure and also in taking care of his But ono man responsible for this beautiful which Iis situated upon an island in tho Androscoggin River and he owns tho section of town Less than twenty years ago Rugh J the immense possibilities of Maine and although without money at to interest 1tSA VJASJ I HAULING A BIG people of means built the great paper mills of Rumford Falls The Falls this are feet higher than those of Niagara and as has been develop a magnificent amount of power Mr Chisholm certainly made no miscalculation when he selected this as a spot es pecially adapted tho of papermaking The city contains hotels word ot thi offer While this very responsible person can get on free tri a genuine Edison Phonograph Outfit including 12 Edison genuine goldmoulded records direct from us to your borne fositivety not tent in advance no deposit with C formality of any kind We allow 48 hours free trial at your home and in rural districts up to week necessary for convenience of patrons Try at your home pay the stirring waltzes the two stes concert pieces minstrel oUfashioned hymns and other religious music vocal solos oferotic airs and other Edison records flay all these and if then you do care to keep this wonderful Edison outfit sendthe instrument back at our expenseand we will you absolutely nothing for the trial We make this remarkably liberal offer responsible reliable parties because wo know that after trial hardly anybody ever returns an Edison outfit When trying it you will see at once tho vast superiority of the genuine Edison particularly our new Ispecial Edison outfits over ordinary talking machines you and family and everybody that calls your will be more than pleased constantly amused and entertained and you would not part with the instrument cost twice threes times what wo ask Read what the Editor of this paper says in first column this page p Your for and the young I all I An so- nPhonoJraph moans endless variety pertcctly I cannot how much from Edison- Phonograph Instrument homo j circumstances I pays A MUNilUNow rays For a Genuine Edison Phonograph Outfit one dozen genuine Edison goldmoulded records 300 a month and ttincluding upward larger outfits The great Edison Outfit No 5 for only 350 a month en u EasyPayment places genuine Edison Phonographlong known as the luxury of the rich within the reach of everyoneand because ut the net cash prices without even interest ir on payments the rich are also taking advantage 0this modern method ofsaving are buying- on Edison instruments theEASYPAYMENT PLAN ndi CUT OFF THIS COUPON NOW assure prompt shipment case you not fall to AT ONCE for the free Edison catalogs Rememberno money advanceFree Trial no deposIt Clip the coupon now and mail today arrangement personal Interest down possible the best premises is city almost entire business the Chlsholm saw that time ho managed THE MILL and at point ten said place for purposes splendid FRead every tratibC- oroard Offer lasts reliable bother Dno if the instrument dialogs beautiful beautiful goldmoulded not charge your house This No Discount for Cashsf1 rchasers are taking advantage of this oppor tunity to secure direct the finest Edison outfits that we are often naked what discount we can allow for cash Wo are obliged again to say that we can give no cash discount for the prices in our catalog are the lowest Pet cash prices established byllr Edison himself and as tbo retail dealers throughout the country are positively pro hibited from selling genuine Edison Phono graphs below these catalog prices our patrons will recognize that we ourselves cannot afford to violate this rule zN GUSTAVUS BABSON Mgr Edison Phonograph Distrs DepM5CQH915l Michigan Ave CHICAGO ILL for tWa- ma Editor o1IM popno 041flj1 uro 715 readerCC tObrZ4UttV too stoiiaireprsented to ooruIdIr 1Mm OIJmi M 7- tPoffgrj5otrafghtfonoardiir4ZkOW I i8XU30n phoOQraph cud Z3qf Paon tWIOfd for IUIO aewntt lad4 gew afrc Irtet bciJcI txIro pOW Mr WeOsa OM ceiiW DQW pUsi IMt ViffO vcr A 4CUW LUrnI READ WHAT OTHERSSAY tHereol the hundreds of letters constantly reach lag us tram those who have accepted the Free Trial Offer Just a few letters to show how satisfied bow enthusiastic tho people are when they get the Edison Phonograph on free trial Find enclosed ray lint payment on Fhonomph Accept mYDlDY thanks and hlgteat appredatton for your wondcrtul machlneyour tulllllment to the letter of your agreement promptness deUrerlnit and alrneee in every particular I shall delight In answering all letUn as to you sad your Inttrnmenta 1 P hale Webster Mo I receired the Edison Phonograph I ordered abort tlnu agoand will 1It Ii more than IaUtaclorylnrerl- way I am a farmer and It seems good to hear such good mutlo and sons after a bard days work Is ended I think we should all thank Mr Edit on for the great pleasure oil musical wonder affords us EAPIkeItow Maes I have tried the Standard Edison dandyMyI well known make of talking machine out nt and a rather eiprnslre one too but sinceI be heard my EdIonmachino- he wont play bis machine atall James W Elklns Uedlord lad Of all the other talking machines we hayS heard play we think a trial proved your the beat John Kent randTlaw WU The Phonograph I recelred li a splendid Instrument and we are all enjoying It very much sad we sit supriorJ WU Tour Phonograph li more than you claim for It and nowordscandescrlbe youngIEdllon but Inner realised before what it meant to hare your Instrment In ones own home You may hara anybody write to me eProt J W Elwood UOt Famum St Omaha Uebr ii rrerythingWould not sell It now for t50CC Eo D Elllion Taeoma Wash Tour maQ1III It indeed one of the flneit entCialnen I ever beard There ha Won a crowd at my house every BlftU since I reeelred your outfit Major E W Walton DoonerlllelUj Tour Phonograph shoutS be found orbelnwtried 1U liens Christensen Garland Ulnn People whom I consider judges of music sty without any exception IoIII1j1aIn1ll5thoE J Carter Spring take If T The No 6 Outfit warn recelrod In good order Yesterday 1 mailed you the tint payment fwas so well pleased wilttotno 0WOOd I4attooD Ill lead she win the Editor of this paper says III tbe first cole ma or l1liI J d01W rr banks and public buildings Many at tho persons employed in tho city reside In tho suburbs which are reached by means of bridges Were it not for the fact that Rum ford Falls is an uptodate busy bust ling place with all the life and actlv ity of a western boomtown om could almost imagine himself in Ven- Ice From your hotel window you may look down upon tho river and canal with great quantities of log floating down to bo devoured by tht mills and later to bo sent out In the form of newspapers The city contains about 7000 inhab itants and almost all available space Is taken but beyond doubt new sec tions will be constantly opened and streets bo connected by bridges Ncw Golf Rule Deunls OFlannlgan was walking along a road beside a golf links wheu he was suddenly struck between the shoulders by n golf ball The force of the blow almost knocked him down When he recovered he obsereved a golfer running toward him Are you hurt asked tho player Why didnt you get out of the way An why should I get out of the way asked Dennis I didnt know there were any bloody assassins round hereBut I called fore tIsaid the player and when I say fore that Is a sign for you to get out of the way Oh it Is Is It sold Dennis Well thin whin I say folve It Is a sign that you are going to get hit oct tho nose Folve AFRICAN PYGMIES LONDON INSPECTS SIX SMALL INDIVIDUALS FROM THE CON GO COUNTRY Men Average Four Feet Six and Women About Four Feet In Height Without Religion Go Naked and have Peculiar Customs London town is very much interest ed in six small human beings who havo recently arrived from Africa Colonel Harrison an officer in the British Army has brought with him from the Iturl forests of the Belgium Congos a half dozen pygmies Colonel Harrison went last year into tho Ituri forest also known as Stanley forest hoping to capture one or more okapis This part of his ex pedltion was a failure On the other hand ho succeeded in living four months amid the pygmies and persuaded four men and two women of the tribe to accompany him to Europe The long Journey has been accomp lished by the six dwarfs in tho face of a thousand difficulties Colonel Harrison and his proteges were detained at Khartoum and later at Cairo for several weeks certain English philanthropic societies having earnest ly opposed their expatriation Tho explorer was obliged to prove to the British Government that the dwarfs wore with him voluntarily The six pygmies were of course duly measured by tho English anthropologists on their arrival in London Their mean height was 4 feet 6 inches for men and 4 feet 1 inch for women The Congo Pygmies are very strong and also bravo without being gener ally aggressive although Colonel Har rison reports that last winter during his stay in the forest of Iturl a party of pygmies attacked a Belgian cara van killing seventeen carriers and plundering the goods They are nomads having neither fields nor houses and live only on game and wild fruits Their household utensils are limited to a few earthen saucepans in which they cook game without taking tho trouble to skin it They eat the skin as well as the meat even breaking the bones with their teeth Arc Sons of Mature They walk about completely un clothed Only among tho tribes that live on the confines of the forest and havo relations with the negroes of greater stature do the women wear a girdle of leaves Both the men and women shave the head partially some cut straight paths across their wooly hair others dress it with birds feathers or squirrel tailsThey have absolutely no religious Instincts and believe in neither God nor devil They generally practice polygamy As with the Chinese the birth of a girl is regarded as a calamity Strangely enough the young mothers sometimes steal the newborn children of the neighboring tribes of normal stature leaving their own babes in exchangeLast of a Great Race The Pygmies do not live to a great age said Col Harrison Life is hard in the somber Congo forests nature is a pitiless taskmaster to this peopledthethat falls in torrents for eight months transforms the ground into a marsh It may be added that the pygmies are remarkably intelligent that they appear to have the gift of language to an incredible degree that they excel in tho art of extracting iron from tho ore of forging It and of making arrow heads ot it without other tools than round stones Electricity to be Cheaper An Invention of the greatest im portance which will effect a revolution In the Industrial world has been made by a Roman electrician Adolph Tome problem energyHispossibletoloss of a little less than 2 per cent no matter how great the distance- It will be possible for instance to supply heat light and power for all purposes to the city of Paris with electricity generated by the waterfalls of Swlterland at a price that will drive all the present electric companies out ofbusinessAn tohavefferZiC Lw ICY QRNI42iD Boyhaod Customs In the CoMNwift 4 A Good Hunter at Six Ycara of Age A Truly it fares strangely with the llttlo man far beyond the bounda ries oC Undo Sams own land So strangely indeed that ho is really a littlo man years beforo the American mothers little man has developed Into her big boy Just as soon as the first son of a itbeenfather had placed in his hands toy bird darts and harpoonstPlay with them long little one 2E the provident father cautioned wisely T Lifo is hard In the land of the eternal tt snows and it will be only a short itIme before thou wilt be called on t01do thy full share in fighting for the I sustenance of the familyiFor the next five years the child with a cunning bred in him through 7 no one knows how many generations sjrbringinghe tired of plying his darts His skill 5 in this direction grew so wonderfully Th J that his little hands soon learned to throw unerringly his diminutive har V poon at birds swimming in the inlets or into tho black bodies of seals lowed by his father coming home in fhis kalak from tho hunting flela of the sea The Little Eskimo Man The boy is now eleven years old For two years he has spent a large part of his time playing kaiakman in his Lath ers 1m Ink Now his father having proudly watched his son gradually gain a good working knowledge of the boat has decided to have a kalak built for the boy the father takes his son to theISo and they walk along it for aII distance of several miles gathering drift wood the boy meanwhile being in structed in the art of selecting the fofThat afternoon with the little man lending a helping hand now and then the big man puts together the ribs of the boat Bright and early the follow ing morning the boys mother and her friends all chattering gaily stretch over the ribs a flue seal skin made pliable by much diligent chewing on the mothers part As they stretch it they sew it in place so that when tho last stitch is taken the skin is taut everyIIhe shows it by passing around hot coffee to all those who havo worked on tho kaiak While this is being drunk tho child struts into their midst a vent able bundle of skins Ho has on a diminutive wholejacket with a hood over his head the sleeves have mittens L I his boots reach to his hips over skin trousers The only part of his body exposed is his eyes and roundabout I By this time the father has placed in their respective positions on the kaiak lance harpoon bladder coiled harpoon line kalak knife bladderdart birddart throwingstlcking harpoon The boy lays hold of the kalak and with a lusty shout hauls it to the waters edge He thrusts his legs in the round hole In tho middle meant for tho purpose lIe finds as should be tho case that the opening is just the circumference of his thighs In a jiffy he fastens the bottom of his wholejacket to the kalak ring around the rim of the hole and raised slightly above it He makes a quick movement with his twobladed paddle and is off for his initial voyage in his very own kaiak Value of HIs Training Rough is the sea Still tho llttlo man battles successfully with tho waves for the better part of five minutes riding them like a duck Then ho unexpectedly finds himself in the trough of the seaand the next Instant the kalak is bottom side up and the boy Is hanging head downward In the water But the little man has not played about his fathers kalak in vain As he feels tho boat capsizing be seizes ono end of his paddle in his right hand and with the left ho grasps tho shaft as near the middle as his short arms will let him As he holds his breath for dear life ho places the paddlo 4along the kalaks side with the paddies free end pointing toward the bow Pushing this end sharply out to the side and bending his body well for ward toward the inverted deck hja makes a strong circular sweep of tho paddleand presto here he Is again right side up and with not a drop of water in his kalak or beneath his skin clothing For this dry condition he has to thank the chap whQ long ago conceived the idea of fastening the bottom of the wholejacket to a kalak ring and to his mother for lovingly maklnp his seagolng garments waterproof Twice more before he points his craft built somewhat like a scull not a whit broader and even more dUn cult to keep afloat In the rough water toward the watchers on the shore ho goes under but rights himself each time in a moment He laudMxpertiy unfastens his wholojacket lifts hI1t self proudly out of his boat and shutt ing himself like a puppy runs gaily toward his father and mother In a short while says the father proudly ttou wilt be able to right thyself with nothing except thy tongue thy hands thy lance anything IE thou shouldest lose thy paddle The boys eyes brighten wonde fully at tho words of great pralso Two days later they are even brighter as ho paddles away with his father to tho hunting grounds of the seal far out on the dark sea Life has now begun In earnest for him Ho Is a little man from now on Cogent Reasoning TeachorNow monologue Is a recitation In which one person takes part a dialogue is ono where two persons take part Can anyone give another example Bright boyIva got one A cat alogue is where a cat goes in for e night serenade with other oUyrhUe 4 youre tryin to sleep rt t c 10 it vtJ a tJld y n w- ostandpaid year with byat the Or and theend ot Yea ther Jenninto be 8rc f oARDS 4 0 ot T frr Louisville Training School Track I t t Fruu Jilll until 11111tl ss e Iniysin i Jivjrp IIf Prof II K Taylor at 11T1 S Heeohinont are J trained lhv ntlllll thlllfnls in riirnir r an thor outofdoor sports Uy this means each boy bard ienshis nluuIt all1I letrlopitt lint hoaltliv oiiMtimtion r u Washington Letter y Washington April 19A new executive mansion for the Presidou of the United States to be loenteid nearly a mile further from the cente of the city than at present which shal in every way be splendidly fitted uj and finished is the plan over wnicl Washington is considcsaoly stirred ul at present It isreported at tbe Capi tol that the President bas been ap preached on the subject and that he has indicated his enthusiasm iin no uncertain tones To meet the objections of patriotic American to the abandonment of the pre sent White House tbose who are tar theiing the plan propose that it shall not be actually abandoned hut shall he used either as the residence of the a Vice President or tor officers of the R President But even these suggestions can not quell the opposition to th plan of those who remember that the White House has been the real pe dence of all the Prsidents from George Of Washington to Roosevelt In an un thl broken line except for the temporary thelapse occasiontd by it partial Darning badwhenthe British captured the city Ui 1814 and who therefore rightly look upon it as the tenter and source of Lapatrl0tlC association From those also V 01 who look with pride upon the plain Diooi yet imprcsive White House as the very loademblem of democratic simplicity the hereproposal to provide an executive castle will bring lasting opposition Of ours is tn it is true that the growth of executive business demands incieased actomoda Musltons but it seems to be the general here that the White House ells jopiniongrounds afford ample room to provide out tor additions sufficient to accomoatE ds to the growth of many years Llr 1J InThree is reason to believe that a votE will be had on the Hepburn bill in 1thenear future The able speech of Senator Bailey this week has fcleared or gl the political atmosphere While the PUD Texian did not deal directly with the rnaFHepburn measure but devoted himselff Thetoa altcus lon of the right of Congres to prohibit the lower courts from sett 1 Via ing aside temporarily the orders cf th Jl Interstate Commerce Commission pend tax I ing appeal his argument served t- ii godisclose the attitude of the Senate 1majntitv This disclosure has result ed in the first clear ct alignment of tnt perie different factions The radicals realize the Sltho impossibility of the passage of any I hayamendment restricting full court re lug tview and their acknowledgement of this fact has removed the prinipal cause of the deadlock A growing majority adl is said to be in favor also of an oak the i PeculiarIrIrclae To Itself JettezIn what it is and what it doescon Jr bloodpurifyingyoalterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per ctrcmanent cures of all humors and all very eruptions relieving weak tired this languid feelings and building up Jr bt I the whole systemis true only of SarsaparillaterterNoother medicine acts like it no other medicine has done BO much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I was troubled with scrofula and came near losing my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles 1 could see as well M ever Scant A Emia tppl2ON Withers N 0 Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and koeps the promise A a amendment providing suspension It- ttt the Commissions rate orders when I tbey are being reviewed in court and- r the carrier filing bonds in each case 1 It cover the amount in action Alto gather The prospects for tbe enact I ment ot conservative and efficient legislation at an early date are much brighter t compelledtto adopt the new plan in vogue in theI IJnpallese navy and cruise under can vas in times of peace Exhaustion of funds for the purchase of fuel the failure of Congress to appropriate a l willlI theIpro pe tiveimirea p in the prim of cord by reason of the strike IIHVO re I suited in orders being iissued by the greitPsteI I I economy No cruises that are not ab solutely necessary will be taken this year by American warships Julius I Lyons of New YorK descended on Secretary Bonaparte this week and endeavored to prove thAt- the countrys greatest need was a new national hymn He contended that a The Star Spangled Banner was unsingable and that AmerIca was English His plan is to enlist the I support of the administration and j then offer a prize for a new song I but much to his surprise Secretary Bonapate failed to enthuse Tne Sec j retary told his visitor that be did not believe a national song could ever become t popnlir unless connected with some significiant event in tha nationsj history Weather predictions for any given day six months in advance may be mado possible through investigations now under way by the Smithsonian In stitution Scientists are completing their observations of the suns radi cation and when the causes of these I radiations have been reduced to a de bnite understanding astronomers will I be enabled to tell months in advance whether any given season will be dry GeI Abbot of the Smitnsonian Institu CaliforniaoI where he will continue his work in the observatory of the Carnegie In stitute there which has been placed at bis disposal He expects to com plete his observations by October Modern science may discover that the reason why the barefoot American boy three days would far rather go fishing than do the chores is due entirely to the honeycombing of this system by the lazy bug This bug is a Porto Rican product but its day of power is past in that Island since the natives have been converted to the use of shoes Governor Vinthrop informed the House Committee on In sular Affairs this weak that thebug has been found to be small parasite which works through the feet and up the body to fina lodgement in the intes tines The tired feeling quickly follows Government scientists do not feel alarmed over the possibility that the lazy bngwill invade this count ry but the barefoot American youth should shun the Porto Rican parasite as far more dangerous than the chigger If the childlabor law passes tho Sen ate it is safe to predict that the cause providing that the measure apply to the Senate and the House will be stricken out If carried into effect as I it now stands the law would sound I nowII Senators contend that while the boys may not attend school regularly in the day time they gain a broadening experience that is a liberal education I in itself Senators Gnrman of Maryland and Mallory of Florida were pages at one time and many of their companions of those days became officers iu the army and navy and successful men in other walks of life One of the largest chocks received by theconscieuce fund forsome time reached Secretary Shaw this week It was for 120 find the draft was drawn on New York banK On its face it bore tbe Information that It was intended for the especial fund toII which it has been added but the sciencestricken person who drew it did not send his name nor divulge the reason for such heavy restitutionMAYO Its Going to be Built Dundee Ohio county Ky April 14 Editor of Breckenridge News Clo verport KyI see in your editorial column of April 11 that you are really anxious to know whether that Madi sonville road will ever be built or not Now Mr Editor if you will take my word for it that Madisonville road is going to be built If yon dont believe it come down to DundeeOhio county Kentucky the Garden Spot of Ohio county about June 1 and I will show you the real thing in the h way of railroad construction Tnis is tbe truth Uncle John no doubt about it I Your magazine section is good I line it very much The Breckenridge News always has been the best county paper I ever saw- Breckenridge county is all right ex exnept one thing It ought to have a stock law You should vote a general stock law Ohio county has one and it is the best law we have over had It is A whole lot easier to fence against your own stock than every one elses stock W S Dean I I I LAUGHI Wilcox Laugh and tbe world laughs with yon Weep and you weep alone I For the sad old earth must borrow mirth itsff But has trouble enough of its own 1 Sing and tho hills will answer Sigh it Is lost on the air The echoes bound to s joyful sound But shrink from voicing care Rejoice and men will seek you Grieve and they turn and go They want full measure of all your pleasure But they do not need your woe Be glad and your friende ate many Be sad and yon lose them all There are none to decline your nectaid wine But alone you must drink lifes gall Feast and your halls are crowded i Fast and the world goes by Succeed and give and it helps you live But no man uan help you die There is room in the halls of pleasure For a large and lordly train But one by one we mOlt all file on Through the narrow passes of pain Indian Proverbs The coward shoots with shut eyes No Indian ever sold his daughter for a name Before the pale face came there was no poison in the Indians corn Small things talk loud to the Indians eye- When a fox walks lame old rabbit jumps The pale faces arm is longer than his wora A squaws tongue runs faster than p the winds legs N There is nothing s eloquent an a ratleanakes tall The Indian scalps his enemy the pale face skins his friends There will be hungry pale faces eo long as there is any Indian land to swallowWhen a man prays one day and steals six the Great Spirit thunders and the evil one laughs KITES RUN Farmers are very busy now Our Sunday school is progressing nicely Joe Smart purchased a fine horse from Luther Blair for 110 Mrs Sam Walker is with her daughter Mrs Alton Mattingy at Persim mon Flat who is very ill Miss Viola Chapln spout Thursday with Mrs Ely Chapin Mr and Mrs am Burdette attended the Bnrdette Elder wedding Tuesday Miss Flora Walker IB at home after spending several months in Clover port Notices have been posted of a Dew ocratic primary election in the Fourth Congressional district to be fold on Saturday June 2 for the purpose ot nominating a candidate for Congress from said district The election will be held at the various voting places throughout the district Mrs Gus B Snollman and children of Hardinsburg have gone toGulfport Miss where they me the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Scott They will attend the Confederate Reunion at New Orleans ANNOUNCEMENTSILLINOIS CII 1ft Louisville to New Orleanes and re 311U turn Aprll 55 to 34 Inclusive Louisville to California and re- QUaaO turn Aprll4 to May 4 inclusive lint Springs Ark Dally without change Louis ville to Hot springs via Memphis Extremely low round trip rates to riolnts ID l1I88ISSJlPILOUISrANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TEIW1TORY OK LAIJOMA and TEXAS on the IIrst nQ third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Ari zona and Texas Full Particulars concerning all of the above and Descriptive Literature can bead ot 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Point Graduate and t buropecn rrpruentallte ot4mcMca mansz i sfacturcri is in tarls at the breaking out of I the great war between France and Germany Jle undertakes for the French a icar6aHoon econnoiisance in Lorraine The balloon is i t discovered by the German troops who pierce gunqt triilons tall but litam climb Into the rigging h borne away on tho wind Into norths t rrrucrn lranee The balloon rome down In the frees of thq Chateau Lagunay Adams is VJ ofCountt lorerJ1fcorolldMni through with IJ sword and t8 Immclllatdv hasIloorAdaml1 SfKeeooion it mutual The Kaiser calls for 1 explanations Chapter III Continued from lat week seriouslypI I tentlou without difficulty supported by his ald who explained brlelly that they had entered the Chateau to demand arrommo datlon for the Emperor and liU stnlrlthlltI ball opposel entrance owl provocation bad viciously nttnrked tho iColonel To this version tho Colonel weakly agreed The Kaiser turned to me You tiny my Colonel Insulted the lady Including In his glance Aimer who stood Son till stairway overcome with the cmbar frn swent of her position and the presence pof the German ruler replIedf111yfcklss her Ask the lady hcrnelf jt IB it true MndemolsplleV Almeo bowed her bend In assebt the color sweeping over her beautiful face and neck The Kaisers features became set In con tempt I doubt not your punishment Is Just he said Bternly mlilrcssluu the Colonel who cringed before thin rtliulse y I have Issued speclQc orders to avoid lust such Improprieties You are under arrest sir You will retire to your quarters and await further orders Then to the aldet3eo that he Is attended by the lurgeon You may go As they passed through tho great door way the Kaiser addressed Alnue Ivw H gracefully I apologize to you Made tnolselle for the affront of my oiIUiv I ilso applaud the gallantry of your your defender Mr Adams whom I have wet under various circumstances It will be neccessary for mo nnd my xtnll to occupy i portion of your Chateau during the next boweverrthatjntlrely for your own use and that there rrlll be no unseemly or unnecessary Inter t lerencc with your personal comfort I shall see that you are protected day nnd light lint while you will not be regarded is under restraint I ask that you make no- ittempt to leave without permission Hu owed again to Almeo and strode out Into he sunlight followed Ire his orderly who nad been standing at the door Iran to Almce and took her In my arms t riomfortlug her In the way of n lover 4 Rut she seemed not to be afraid On thet Ji Ajontrary she was qulto serene expressing r icr confidence In the Kaisers assurance Is he not n grand man she asked I 7 Such dignity such magnificent bearing e what tire shone In his cycsl And ohmy jtorave seethenrt patting my cheeks 1e- vliIr hnw IIkn n lInn vnhl wprt I infl 4 never be afraid with you near me So we went ou for a delicious halt hour when n Jctachmcnt of the Emperors bodyguard under command of a sergeant of wag j nlfleent proportions entered tho dooryard And took up their positions around tho house Then Almee retired to her rooms o- nt the second floor and I Milled forth to 0learn something of the military situation acquaintediI should run across friends Hardly had I left tho Chateau when I came face to face with a portly redbearded olllccr lean L InK against a tree nnd contentedly smoking a longstemmed pipe I held out my hand smiling my recognition LowenberglI I exclaimed In delight Jr It is really you lIe was a Colonel of Hussars and I hind beaten him at chess t many nnd runny a time f For full a minute ho stared tao In tho face Gradually hIs features relaxed Then a roar of laughter shook his paunch He snatched my outstretched hand and clasped it in both his own Tears ran L down his Cheeks c Oh my dear Adams my dear Adams t be cried between peals of laughter What manner of fancy doll Is this I see you In Berlin attired en rigeur gravely ills j cusslns tariffs and values I hurry to the front to tight nUll find you strutting about i the grounds of a French Chateau clnd In velvet and lace like a medieval fochlonwg plate Oh you changeable Americans What next what nextV f Ah my bravo Lowiuberg he was ever n fine friend How my heart ached when a few weeks later I saw him stretched upon a heap of straw both legs shot away In that descent Into tho hell of Moutepeller and dying as a German warrior can die with a prayer for his country cud a smile for his friends In a few minutes I told Tx wcnberg of i the events of the past few days hinting d however that I had started from Amiens F tripIforming to the west of us and that a col ALL GERMANS tVflR a BarIeDuc week Tie thsistedthat I remain with themalt will bo a great fight ho said 2 his blue eyes sparkling with enthuslam r io I protested that I had clothes Tnt What of that You shall have a k uniform You shall ride with me Ho d Grossman Ho called to a subordinate r omcer gavo him brief Instructions and sent him away An hour later at the Chateau after a seance with the regimental tailor I was remade converted at onco Into a German Lieutenant of Hussars but tot Almees great disgust Oh shame she criedr a Wry face You are now my enemy I Jf do not know you at all BO I hind to j all over again with my love making In which delightful proceeding I was eminently successful though it mo a a AIfull hour fln1 required In allllition tot Jrt many many a solemn promise 1t 4 I would dispense with the at the earliest possible moment Early the evening the Emperor nntl- I his staff came to the ChatMt n I h arrangement tot their accommoUMlOB Kvery precaution was taken to uyoU lu jury to the building nail Its contents was deeply Impressed with his MajestyS ossWeratio In this matter u- tnvaujjjjjj J andtlrl1pedSuchfurnitureside and covered Small cots were brought in necesarIa council of war was plans being laid Therobeingsawthatspentthegroupoftliscusslng speculatingwarDuringrererredcasuallywreck In the trees which subject produced Immediate interest sahlMeschner nfewsvalleyTherewhofurCtILowenbergLowcnberg pipeMytheyhadshrboundedtheGermannerves and an appearance of unconcern I waited for the next remark voicethatFrenchgeneralspel1klngtheEmperorshotlyguardcourngtlaterrosesuddenlyupwarddramatically saltlAtnenrerarmsheaveniWhatI turningtotorolclschmanngestures and facial expressions brought out Into troopslie fragments his brains splattered twpnt feet away Then with a French shrug of his great shoulders Bah what of It1 Death Is death come as it may There was another observed Lowen berg speaking deliberately as be refilled his pipe lie fell In the of wasser mans kitchen He shook laughter ng the picture came back to him and throw- Ing back his head blew the smoke from his mouth In great rings I shall remember It always The man was already shot through the head but down lie came like a cartlond of fresh beef right Into the huge cauldron of soup that was cook- Ing for Wnssermnns bearded darlings Ha ha ha They ted on bread nnd cheese that nhht There was soup spread over au aero of ground- I dared not break the period of silence followed though my anxiety was be numbing Then Flclschuiaun spoke an uppermostInFine shooting lie broke out suddenly It was Gcrstuers battery that brought them down he sighted the guns himself Ho tells mcoh the liarthat be aimed for the cables supporting the basket and tripforTho TWO Frenchmen Then they did not suspect a third member of the party I ventured an Inquiry bagOil t I suppose It fell In some Prussian field God lho thanked Then they did not know For had these excitable German guessed that I Vnn with Martini and Hecherc reconnoitering the German ad vance they would have branded mo for a spy and my life would not have been worth a pfenlg I was heartily glad when the conversa tlon changed and the Incident of the bal loon was forgotten Moreover I was eager to learn something of the military situation The French were known to bo far to the southwest forty miles or more away J THAT DAY THE CONTINUED TO CROSS THE MEUSE I lInn rertaiu to toko nlaco within I their right resUng on the jf no shame making And begin took kisses that In held midst with dead that left at tho camp at Chalons This gave them the support ot an extensive area oj wooded hills to the left and right and the Memo river with Its high banks at the rear III front extended the great Cata lunlan plain It was an admirable position and ono of great natural strength There fore they showed no disposition to ad vance preferring apparently to await at tack by their opponent though nil northern Prance lay open to the invaders All that day and tho next the Germans continued to arrive crossing the Meuse ascending the heights and moving west ward Some two hundred thousand of tin flower of thO army were there actually trending French soil ready for whatever might come Infantry artillery cavalry all splendidly equipped and accoutered ii seemed to me that they must prove un conquerable that they Would all vance wlU Irresistible determination that France would Inevitably bo compelled to sue for peace I saw tho Emperor seldom He was engaged much of the time In council and m acquaintance with him was not of such s nature as to permit Interruption Whet I met him he merely acknowledged m salute I doubt that at fIrst he recognU 0 i hisAmericanIourth presencehowever attentiontoReports had come In of the presence of villagesomecavalry was sent out and Lowenberg was ordered to observe and report We arrived routthoughIt was the first real fighting and the ex citement set our nerves to tingling On the return a man was seen skulking in the edge Ourtroopersalong When we reached headquarters he examinationILowenbergput mistaken theheavyno doubt of his Identity It was Latour whomIof war at the Club In Paris Recognition was mutual but neither of us betrayed it Frenchthatnearbywhen he heard the shots and fearing In vlthhisclear him but when they came to senrcii him I knew that he was doomed A book of notes In shorthand which none of us could read proved that he was not a peasant a wallet containing a consider able sum In gold further complicated the situation and A carefully drawn map of the German positions found In the band of his drawers proclaimed his mission He spyWhat Is the next step I asked of Lowenberg as the two corporals led Latour nwnyUeport to the Emperor execution lie spoke without feeling as was natural Lint heavyIt Ho looks like a fine man sharplyItyesterday Why not retaliate A fine many Yes perhaps but It Is the fortune of war captured It chanced that as I entered the Chateau late that night I met tho Knlscr lie stood at the door looking gravely out Into the glorious moonlight Ho was alone and I thought his expression nobler thai I had ever before seen on the face of man He asked after Aimee I replied that she was well but that I thought it best to send her north to her cousins I had made arrangements for carriages for herself and servants He said that he would give wean order of safe conduct and calling a secretary had one written out I spoke of the bitterness of war of the loss of men and property of the Inevitable severance of personal and commercial ties tIlt seems to mo to bo so futile a war I said What Is to be gained why resort to violence and bloodshed think of the enormous expense nnd the resulting In crease of taxes Why not arbitrate your Majesty T The Kaisers expression hardened It Is sometimes necessary in life to assort ones dignity by force he said after n pcrloj of silence I represent a great nation We have been mocked trampled spit upon We have borne Insults to the point of mad ness It Is time to strike back This very day messages came to me from your great President Roosevelt whose Inlluence In the affairs of the world Is undeniable and from the King of England my Uncle They suggested arbitration I replied that I proposed first to administer punishment using what In your country you are pleated to term the big stick the club the hand of castigatIon Is this not their own policy in the last stages of disagree mental Remember Cuba and the Trans vaal No it Is too early for arbitration There will be two great battles One ou laud is before us the other on tho sea will occur within a fortnight Then and not until then will the Emperor of Germany listen to Intervention I could make no reply Tho argument was conclusive Then Latour the spy came Into my mint Your Majesty I said a Frenh so was captured today after the skirmish nt Menlgiiy lIe waved his hand impatiently I know lIe was caught redhanded lie had notes maps He dies at sunrise He is my friend I said simply I have known him for years a splendid man Is ho any less a spy Tho words came suddenly like bullets from a gun Yet you would have me set aside tho rules ol war because he is your friend Understand young man that your own position is none too secure lie leaned toward mo with uplifted warning finger There is room for explanation for Instance as to how It happens that you start from Amiens on a pleasure trip in a French warballoon la Jauno by designation and coming from the west are wrecked In yonder tree he pointed to the white case of the balloon that fluttered In the night wind high In the great oak behind the Chateau when theI Basket of that same balloon containing n French General of Stan and a wireless telegraph drops within the German lines far to the east in Lorraine Were It not for your nationality tomorrows sun might look down upon your own body as well as that of Latours lying dead before a squad of Infantry Then Latour must die I asked I was pleading without hope For myself I feared not Latour must die It is the rule of war n rule not to be broken approachIngroom My dear friend my poor Latour In the night I was awakened by my valet Before I could arise Lowenberg burst Into the room We uro to advance Immedi ately ho said A surprise party with probable sharp fighting I want you with me Come at once- I dressed with all haste Aimee was asleep and I would not waken tier I wrote her a hasty note explaining the arrange merits for her departure giving It to her maid Hurrying down to the courtyard I found my horse stamping with Impatience I to bo oft FIvo minutes later Lowcnbert r and I were galloping along the main road to- tt the wet In the moonlight we could seethe glitter of helmets arid sabres Tire earth trembled with the tramp of men nfl hnllenllIngTo be Continued Hut Week The Smoking Habit Granger How did ho make all his moneyKimmlnsSmoklng he was the greatest smoker In America GrangerDry up Kimmins you cant make money by smoking Klmmlns He did He smoked hams Somo men has de reppertashun of beta mlghtjr smaht jes case dey can L wrap de plaines facs In sech highfalutin landfrwldpe dat nobody kin tell I what deyre dribla at j it WOMAN DIPLOMAT IN JAPAN l Wife of First Russian Ambassador to Japan Is Daughter of Amen can General Russia has resumed diplomatic re I womanI MME DAKHMETEFF American General She Is 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where the sale of intoxicating I liquor has been prohibited wnether by f special act of the General Assembly or by vote of the people under option law I any aptritons vinous malt or other t I I intoxicating liquors regardless of the f I 4 4name by which it may be called and- ii I III i this act shall apply to all packages of- tt J Jluoh intoxcating liquors whether f broken or unbroken i Provideed individuals may bring into such districts upon their person or as their personal baggage and for I private use such liquors in lJlJtlJelr not to exceed one gallon aud- ii provisions of this act shall I to licensed physicians or i druggists to whom an public carrier may deliver such goods in unbroken packages quantity not to exeed five t I at any one time II IIgallons package of such spiritons vin ous malt or other intoxicating liquor 1 1regaldless of the name by which it may be called whether of broken or fi unbroken packages brought into ft or transferred to other person corpora f tlon carrier on agent delivered or distributed in such local option terri tUi toff shall constitute a seperatE offense Any person or persons individual or Vl corporation public or private carrier 1vlolattng the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of violating T the local option law and shall be fined 11 not less than fifty nor more than one f offenseI such L liquors shall be held to he the place of rsale provided father that the provis tj v tons of this act shall only applv to com tn n carriers corporations firms or in jl Hviduals who usually carry freight L or goods fur hire and firms common j carrier corporations or individuals I who receive pay for conveying vinous malt or apiritons liquors shall be deem to ed a violator of the provisions hereto l And all laws in conflict with this act i are hereby repeated I In addition to running for governor of New York and President of the United States Editor Hearst has pre pared plans and specifications for see curing a Democratic majority in the 1 1next Congress Ir Hearst is not only a leader and pusher but a politician of advanced thought i Womans Trials Tho bitter trail In a womans life Is to childless Who can tell how hard the struggle may have been ore sho learnt to resign herself to her lonely lot Tho ab Banco of this link to bind marital life pledgeto theyJextent of their disappointment in tho eyes of such a childless couple when they rest on tho children of others To them the largest family does not seem too numerous childlessness easily removed by tho cure of weakness on tho part of the woman Dr Pierces Fa Torllo Prescription has been the means of restoring health and fruitfulness to many a barren woman to the great Joy of tho household In other but raro cases the obstruction to the bearing of children has t churacterr I gical Institute Buffalo NYover which I Prescriptionfame dron ajwdwircd and are absent an effort shcuflld be mado to find out the real causo infio It is generally so easily removed by proper treatment In all tho various weaknesses displace ri monts prolapsus Inflammation and debilitating catarrhal drains and In all I I cases of nervousness and debility Dr mostIIif It has to its credit hundreds of thousands if of cures more in fact than any other I remedy put up for sale through druggists f especially for womans use The Ingrodl J ants of which tho Favorite Prescription te composed have received tho most 4 positive endorsement from tho 1loading motilcal writers on Materia Medfca of all thefbottllysothatfamous medicine may know exactly what t patients afterMeltBade will bear tho most careful exam nationu t thobeetr t r CHILDS ANFUL- SKIN HUMOR Screamed with Pain Suffering Nearly Broke Parents Heart Twelve Years of Misery Doctor IncurableHelpedfrom SPEEDILY CURED BY CUTICURA REMEDIES I wish to iniprm you that your wonderful Cuticurn has put a stop to twelve years of misery I passed with my son As an infant I noticed on his body a red spot and treated same with cliftcrentrem cdies for about five years but when the spot began to puthimof doctors Under htheir treatment the disease spread to four different parts of his body The longer the doctors treated him the worse it grew During the day it would get rough and form like scales At night it would bo cracked unnamed and badly swollen with terrible burning and itch ing When I think of his suffering it nearly breaks ms heart His screams could be heard down stairs The suf fering of myson mndeniefullof misery I had no ambition to work to cat nor could I sleep One doctor told me that my sons eczema was incurable and gave it up for a bad job Ono evening I saw an article in the paper about the wonderful Cuticura and decided to give it a trial I tell you that Cuticura Ointment Is worth its weight in gold and when I had used the first box of Ointment there was a great improvement and by the time I had used tho second set of Cuti curaSoap Ointment and Rcsolventrny child was cured He is now twelve years old and his skin Iis as fine and smooth as silk signed Michael Stein man 7 Sumner Avenue Brooklyn N Y April 16 1905 Complete Etfm l and Intfrotl Treatment for every Humor from Ilmplti to Srrofuli ftorn Infancy to Ale conilitlng of Cuticura Soap gtc Ointment iOc Knot unto We In form of Chocolate Coated Illli lie per vial 0 001 may be hid or al drur lot A ilnglt let often eufU Potter Drag 4 Chem Corp Sole Prop Boiton- O7Mtiled Free slow to Cure Humor of ChCdhood MOB THREATENS Bedford Ind April 17Prosecut ing Attorney Fletcher tonight an nounced he would at once start legal proceeding against tne members of the mob who last night drove Deputy Pro secutor J H Fiance and Town Mar filial Henry Sutton from Oolific Inu The matter will be brought before and grand jury France and Justice Oliver McLunhlnn of Oolitic are in Bedford and fear to return Leaders of the mob sent them word tonight that if they again appeared at Oolitic they would be lynched Pirating Fjleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations aie offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tute 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 The R ofWoman Stujjage That woman should have equal sufferage with men seems so reasonable to the unprejudiced mind that it has no need or argument The burden of proof surely ought to be with the den ier of this contention- It is a universial proverb that no greatman has ever been born who did not have a great mother And yet the wisdom of the centuries must find its Waterloo when the ballot takes this fieldThe old stock argument that woman ought not to have the joint privilege with man of making the laws which govern them both because atter these enactments have been made she has not the power to bear her part in their enforcement and defense has reached such a condition of senility as to be listed alongside of Kiplings Man Who Was When Madame de Stael was banish ed twice by the haughty Napoleon be cause her pen was mightier than his sword when Harriet Beeoher Stowe could say tho last word in her immor tal Uncle Toms Cabin that was vitally instrumental in changing the civilization of centuries freeing both slaves from their masters and masters from their slaves when that great martyr to the cause of vice annihila FranolsIman has been able to accomplish a world deferation tor righteousness it is too late in the day to talk about the helplessness of fumiqity With woman predominating in our high schools and hinting Rt it in our colleges it IB high time toy allow the educated mind without referonce to physical markings to rule in tho relrn of government Everette M Hill f i t q YOUR I BOYSHANDICAP Be careful how you pamper your boy Theres a man inside of him if yon can get it out But manhood is made by pnttine flesh and blood and soul up against sharp corners It is a cruel process but the only one It is natural for a parent to try to shield his child from the hardships the parents went through And so the boy sleeps late and finds fault with his breakfast and talks impudently to his mother The home is padded for him His schooling costs him noth ing There is money in his pockets hat he never earned Everything is done for him instead of uy him And an estate is acuuinulatiugltor his use All this is fatherly But It is not wiseYou ara simply taking away the boys chance to make a wan kof him self Some time somehow ne must grow strong by striving He will never learn to swim without breasting the swift currents You can save hun suffering But character is perfected by suffering Useless he meets and masteri diflicnl ties he will always be a flabby weak ling And you may leave him money but he will not know now to nee or save it He will lack fiber You cheat ed him of tho chance to get it He will lack sympathy for the striving touch with those who climb upward Because yon shielded him Life will give no man his own He must climb up end take it Hard lines for your boy Yes for us all Self reliance is at the base of all that is good and strong Dont pamper yourboy Let him use himself to make himselr The greatest handicap to the cnild of the weltodo IB that he has too much done for him Give your boy a chance Let him make a man of himself by himsclt and for himself Cincinnati Post Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes life in some form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on tale earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure Head acne Billiousness Malaria Chills and IFever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizzi ness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequaled as a general Ionic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Price only IJOc- The International kindergatten union condemns the plctorical funny supplement This is not as might be presumed a covert attacs upon humor For a Weak Digestion No medicine can replace food but Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest your tood It is not the quantity of food taken that gives strength and vigor to the system but the amount digested and assimilated If troubled with a weak digestion dont fail to give these Tablets a trial Thousands have been benefited by their use They only cost a quarter For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Brig Gen Peter C Haines recent ly returned from Panama in discuss tag that conntiyspokeof the disagree able climate and more disagreeable bUllS HAS STOOD THETEST 23 YEARS Tho old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay SOc Thespeech madolast Tuesday by 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fer both papers for 100 to every new advancepaying subscriber and to every old subscriber who s pays in advance the Breckcnridgo 0 News one year and the Farm Journal rive years both papers for a 100 the price of ours alone The Farm Journal is 29 years old nnd enjoys great popularity n adapted to the circulation in every v state and is ono of the most uso a ful interesting and trustworthy farm papers published- s This offer should be excepted- y without delay as it only holds for a limited time 3 i oabacription lco etner The Poars hAVe Ule gang citlzett itt boas letever t f 1I 96 if paid l OOa year orfind no fa n standst the altbear theettd of4airen Jennings as th irwflr rJ I = 1 i G South or tile Virginia Hne and on o n the Gulf In the Atlantic States of this country can be found about the same climate as IsI prevalent along 0 the Pacific const south from San Fran Cisco The State of California the Q people of California and the tural Interests of California alrlcul1 p number of years ago a A fort to colonize that section of tho 1world with poultry growers No I was left unturned to make this ft ftstone successful the railroads the statisticians the agricultural 1state and the people kept It r t1rk 4 n I POULTRY BUILDING SUITAB ctlatloat until California has become one t I largest poultry producing eastates of the country and San Fran I cisco and the Pacific Coast are being hasuppliedI with the finest quality of I p freshlaid eggs and poultry of all kinds j Iiproduced at bornea supply which I formerly came from east of the Rocky bee E EMountains AmWenote this for the benefit of the tates lying south of the above men J lion tioned line If the people lu theo nddistrIcts Individually locally and J Jtlonnlly would take hold of the unjj building of the poultry Interest of JUIIrowlng of all kinds of laud and fowl for market and the waterII lat fro hlald eggs In winter it 0bemany years before the fields of the South would bloom again as In the It h olden days when cotton was king nndI I Sttwhen the planter of these districts rolled lu wealth enjoying the dlstin her guished attitude of being envied by nil mankindI ImbsThe modus operandi to be pursuod with the poultry in ents dustry Is extremely simple and till only wonder Is that it is not more rm carried out It appears hIhnwrverot to ni1 the onirpptict vrk one or two men In each community JS atof demonstrate to the surrounding Ira farmers the advantage and profit In employing uptodate methods The barnyard flock cart within a Leto time and nt a very small shortII 75teggs a year a the triO eggs per hen constituting the dif ference between a loss and a band wn 2some profit from the flock All It IsII Alt necessary to do Is to decide upon some l suitable breed of fowl and Infuse new it t blond into the flock ouch year by the furl portal ion pf a reixonubly wellbred wkJBy this tftnnn not only cnn egg produc eel tion he increased but if a general purpose lIebreed Is selected a great average In crease In the weight of the fowls willt Ucal be absolutely assured azIlJIn connection with this nothing f could be more profitable to handle mar than the growing of fruits and market e instuff throughout the entire South j Two other features of great raluoIIr =c might easily be added that Is cultiF keepye 1 Dd n and beeswax In the local market c d j10scents a pound In or race warmer climates where winter feeding i tbelDeIr alonete Sot would become a profitable vocation e- b o n If the extracteJ honey were distlair trltiiited among the neighbors as a 1 gratuitous compliment from the grow tt rnutViJIrt Imohoneyconhs to facilitate which as I well as to have a larger product of user beeswax the boxes for receiving the iI In hboney should be BO constructed as to t Influence the formation of a largo i Wa amount of honeycomb or beeswax In t thispreference to honey t 7 It these matters were earnestly In at taken hold of by the agricultural de 1 owpartments In every Southern State t and pushed as they should be with a rat or I A MISSISSIPPI POt f determined effort to aid the upbuild 1 lag of all tbeso Interests throughout these sections greater wealth would bo added thereto through tho enrich i ment of the soil as tho natural re 1 tuJt of growing of more cattle swine THE SOUTH BEST SUITED FOR POULTRY BY T F Mc GREW t stock of a1I kinds the I presenceof which always enriches and fertilizes the soil providing that care and attention be given to the economical saving of the manure and a proper distribution of It over tho land The States of Missouri Kansas and California are samples of what can be done In the upbuilding of the poultry Interests for the elevation of Its people through an Increased In come enabling the State to have bet ter schools better education better domes and to better Improve their lands Only a short time since there I FOR SOUTHERN CLIMATE was n gathering of representative business men from the South look- Ing for national aid to the upbuild gn of the localities from which they aine Nothing should be more loudly ipplauded and approved by the people ot this country than government aid roperly applied throughout the South rn States but this aid should be so ppllod as to make the people more ndustrlous and to add to their wcaltn rv r J rf 11 HITS AND BARRED PLYMOU propItrlyledlura of agricultural colleges and epartments throughout the states would bo a valuable Investment by thw National Government for the entire nation provided these Influences tend Id to upbuild the agricultural and ive stock interests of the South to each the growing communities how to nre for their lands and their homes n a manner that would return to the oil Its former richness and to make he products of the ground Increase ml multiply and enrich the people tut nothing could he more unfortu iato for any locality than to have urns of money voted to that pur lose and have It made use of for optical advancement and the aid of lasses rather than the masses e Fowl Bulletin in Demand Of the making of Government docu fonts there Is no end This too Hhough the President has forcibly xpressed the opinion that the liter ry output of the departments could Je cut onehalf But there are bulle ins and bulletins The Tapeworms of American thickens and Turkeys prepared by Actingzoologistsi one thnt a city chap might classify 18 a useless publication Even though tapewormstttention In this country the Indl idual who often mistakes cooked eal for chicken would not sanction Ile expenditure of public money for uch a ridiculous document In J LTRY RANCH this he would greatly err There Is cnrcely n bulletin It Is said by mom bers of Congress that Is In so great einnnd as the one entitled The apeworms of American Chickens I and Curkcy I J1JC lerliluy or eggs In considering tho possibilities for a good hatch from a setting of eggsI tho fertility of the eggs used Is ot primo Importance Data regarding th e factors affecting tho fertility of egg are of great value in tho poultry In dustry this question having beet studied at a number of tho experiment stations in tho United States and else whereToo warm quarters for laying stoclt and overfeeding as well as a cold sea son are commonly believed to exer else an unfavorable influence on egg fertility The way eggs are handledk or stored is also believed to affect the proportion which will hatch as wollI as the conditions under which incuba tion occurs The vigor and character of the parent stock and tho length ofr time the male bird has been with JhoI flock are also important At tho out set officials of tho Department of Agriculture wish it distinctly pointedt out that fertility and hatchability are not necessarily identical An egg may be fertile and tho germ still not have sufficient vitality to produce a healthy chick under the ordinary con ditions of incubation- In a series of incubator experiments I at tho Rhodo Island Station of 8677 eggs tested S3 per cent were foundt to be fertile while only 46 per cent of the fertile eggs or JJSC per cent of the total number of eggs hatched under the conditions of tho tests Experl ments made at the Maine StationI showed that there was as great varia tioa in fertility as In tho total yieldI or airferent hens some producing eggs that were all highly fertile and others that were completely infertile and furthermore that eggs of some hens varied greatly In this respect at dif ferent times The observed facts seem to show that while a heavy egg yield does not hinder fertility provid ed tho hens are allowed to rest before they begin to lay again infertility is likely to result after hens have been laying long and heavily The Ohio Experiment Station made JI f uI H ROCKS AT BILTMORE N C a study of the effect of tho presence jf the male bird on egg fertility Forty Leghorn hens which had previously been kept without males were placedI I POULTRY BEES AND FRI In pens with three male birds and tho percentage of fertile eggs observed fo nine days after mating This Increased regularly from 0 on tho day of mating to 95 per cent on tho eighth day after mating The fertility of tho eggs was apparently not materially at fected until the twelfth day after removing the roosters This point was also studied at the Ontario Agrlcul1t tural College and Experimental FarmIi The hens were separated from the male and the eggs laid each day placed in an incubator and tested with respect to their fertility Of the laid during tho first four days after tin male was removed 70 per cent were fertile of thoso laid on tho fifth dayr Gl per cent on the sixth GO per cent on the seventh 49 per cent on the eighth 12 per cent on the ninth 2 per cent and on the tenth all were Infertile The Influence of the male on tin total number of eggs produced wa also tested with two lots Lot 1 con slated of 5 pullets 5 hens and 1 cock lot 2 of 5 hens and 5 pullets of the same varieties as lot 1 Both pen wore fed and cared for in the samo way Lot 1 laid 959 eggs and lot 2 972 eggs It may thus be seen tha there was but very little difference ili tho i number of eggs Hid by the twD pans I i jldenlJ Conditions for Fertility The various observations made a different stations while not entlrel conclusive seem to Indicate that i order to secure fertile eggs which wit hatch it Is considered desirable foIr tho laying stock not to be kept In very warm quarters or overfed the male must be kept with the hens contln uously and only eggs used which hayo been produced after the malebeet with tho hens several days Tpo mos desirable fowls whose eggs arp to bi tP used are those from vigorous pace stock known to produce a high per centage of fertile eggs while in orde to secure a great percentage of fortil eggs the hens should be allowed III rest after each laying period Tho eggs should be handled very carefull and not subjected to extremes of temperature In storage and used only when comparatively fresh As a whole it may be said that the ordinary conditions prevailing on the farm as a rulo favor tho production ot eggs of high vitality The keeplni quality of eggs is a very different mat ter from fertility as It is tho general belief that infertile eggs keep better than fertile IKeep the Animals Warm How do you manage to alwnyf keep cattle looking so sleek and fine- S was asked of a successful stock raiser Why I keep them comfortable ho replied from the day they are born until I sell them And this is to a great extent the secret of success In stock growing The best farmers are the best stock raisers and this Is a branch of farm Ing that always wins In the long run It you can raise nil the rough feed and grain that your stock need do so by all means but dont neglect the stock to do this Better buy of some less fortunate neighbor who has more feed than stock There are other things beside feed too Have you seen cattle and horses humped and shivering day after day through the worst part of the winter Do you think that those animals were com fortable Picture yourself In that con dition and imagine how you would like It It Is difficult to see how some men can crawl Into a warm bed at night and sleep soundly until morning while their live stock stand half frozen and perhaps halffed all night Such a mans feelings must be pretty well blunted It doesnt pay In dollars and jeonts either Now It doesnt cost much to fix up a comfortable shelter for stock when old hay and straw can be had almost for nothing When a man lets his stock suffer from the cold It Is a clear case of shiftlessness Rut every year there are fewer and fewer of the shiftless class Usc of Nitrogen Bacteria Limited The extravagant and misleading claims made by many of the circulars advertising those widely heralded bac terla for inoculating barren soil which wero to revolutionize agriculture have led tho United States Department 01 Agriculture to issue a warning to the farmers In tho first place the Inocu lation is very limited In application It the ground is already naturally Infected with these nitrifying germs any further addition of the artificial product is useless They in no sense replace tho usual forms of fertilizer it the ground is barren no benefit can be expected to result from its mere Inoculation with bacteria phosphates pot ash limo or other plant food must be added along with tho nitrogenfixing microbes In a soil already rich In nitrogen the bacteria do little good Furthermore many of the bacteria now on tho market are of no value whatever Of nineteen samples bought In tho open market and examined by the Bureau of Plant Industry one was pronounced very good five others good and most of tho remainder iipoor and eight worthless Telephone on the FarmI IThe by his hearth anti sells his cotton when It reaches 11 cents be cause his samples are stored In tho town even though his cotton is nt that time under the cowlot shed Ho learns when he comes from the field at noontide that the carload of seed potatoes ordered by helm and bls neighbors has arrived and he goes to town Immediately for his own share and by phone agreement hauls home the portion belonging to two neighbors liT ON ASOUTHERN FARM for enough money to pay for his phone- r service that year With a telephone In his home the farmer has the world where tile wool Is short He has n downhill pull On the next day he ill too busy to send a horse to town four miles away for a bushel of seea corn ho must have for Immediate planting ns ho has been advised by telephone of its arrival by express sc be pays a thriftless neighbor who Is going into town to buy bacon to bring- e the seed corn out to him That is bet tor than stopping a threehorse plows for a halt day At night he Inquires of a neighbor over the phone bow ht Is pleased with the improved double row corn planter and ho learns that It Is the correct thing so he orders one to be delivered the next day from his nearest Implement house It or rives and saves CO cents a day In labor for ten days of tho planting sea son Isis wife calls up her cousin who lives in the town and has ji pleasant chat about all the darns ol the last two days finds out who way present at the last social which she was unable to attend and she is sates fled The phone Is a veritable money maker and social satlsfler In the t rural home It Is a builder of son clcty an Insurance against violence and an ever present help in case of sickness Uncle Alecs Reflections t Doan nebber try to comfoht er man f by tellin 1m his trouble might be- n wus It tickles his pride ter feel dat 1 hes bcatln do record cbea when It come t beln mizzable The Reason JIah olo womans idea ob economy am In payln ten cents wurt ob cah talk fo de sake ob buyln a dollars t wuf of stuff fo ninetyeight cents 9 what she doant want nohow t1 dr L e 1 Dont Die That Way Millions Die Every Yqar from Mere Ignorance of Natures Laws of Health Ask yourself the question Is Lifo Worth heathAnd the answer will be It depends on your Then why not have good health 7 If you arei sick it is I because 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by DynamiteEarth i quake of 1868 Described by Mark Twain recent disastrous earthquake TilE over so large a part the Pacific coast region and wrecking such an extensive section of the city of San Francisco was not the first of these catastrophes known in the western metropolis though by all odds the most damaging For many years the municipal au thorities refused to permit tall build e ings In the city because of the fear of earthquakes several of which had al ready been experienced Finally the interdiction was removed however and a number of skyscrapers resulted Prior to 1890 there was hardly a building in excess of five stories and only a few of that height Today there Is one eighteen stories high and quite a number from twelve to fourteen storiesIn spring of 1893 about 10 oclock one night the city had a seismic shock that put to test its high structures It was the worst earthquake since 1SGS when for eight or nine blocks on the main street Market the ground Will cracked open several inches In the upheaval of 1898 the tall build- Ings were given a fearful shaking and some of their occupants were made diczy and sick Tim structures were uninjured and ever since that time there has not been so much question of the safety of high buildings of modern constructionthat is buildings of structural Iron frame and facings of pressed brick terra cotta or stone It wits M II De Young tlie proprie tor and editor of the Chronicle who was the pioneer In this respect He met with opposition from the munici pal authorities fourteen years ago when he decided to erect a ten story house for his uuwHpiipcr It was believed to be a ditiiRuroiiH undertaking because of the earthquake fear but Mr De Young won out and thereby set an example of enterprise to other wealthy men who have since built more tall buildings For Instance 0 Mills the New York Imnkor who owns a great dent of jinn Francisco property has one of the tallest uud finest structures In the city Clans Sprockets known throughout the country as the sugar king and the richest San Franciscan owns a build lug seventeen stories high commonly known ns the Call building On thivf of the corner sites where Third street Intersects Market Is located the great Sprockets building the home of till Call the De Young building the home of the Chronicle and the Hearst build Ing occupied by time Hxumlupr the three great Pacific coast newspapers having contributed handsomely to the building development of San Francisco in recent years The city now has Its Eusro of tall buildings one being eight con stories In height The major part of them are eightI ton and twolvo sto rios the eight storied being most nu morous Time Cull acd Examiner buildings wore aluuml totally destroyed In the earthquake and many other skyscrapers wero severely shaken cracked and duuiHged One of the chief buildings which col lapsed WIIH the new postufllce This was a substantial structure of granite costing to exceed 5000000 While not striking from an 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iscuncr me ram aco hotel nor the St Francis was destroyed ns far as the framework goes but the Inside plastering and decora lions were greatly damaged The business section of the city from Market street to Mission street and from the bay back was almost com pletely wrecked The most conspicuous building In San Francisco the city hall Is almost totally ruined It cost from 0000000 to 7000000 took twentyfive years In construction and was surmounted by a dome 332 feet high It was thought to be very solidly constructed being built substantially of brick with the walls covered by cement The interior of the dome was decorated with expensive marbles taken from the Pa cific coast mountains Another very fine building which cost Aver 5000000 Is the splendid boo tel erected by Mrs Herman Oelrlchs on fashionable Nob hill Mrs Oelrichs who is n daughter of the lute Senator Fair has shown fine taste in the ar chitectural plans of Fairmont the ap propriate name of the new hotel Seen from the bay this structure with Its classic outlines makes the beholder think of a Greek temple White and graceful It looms above the busy mar ket places the great wholesale district tire crowded business section and pic turesque Chinatown which by the way is fast disappearing owing to the encroachments of commerce and the dwindling of the Chinese population Other imposing edifices n many of which have been more or less severely injured are the Hotel St Francis the Palace hotel the Hall of Justice the Mutual Bank building the Pacific Mu tual Life building and the Callaghan building The greatest property dam age resulted in the manufacturing dis trict and the greatest loss of life in the tenement house district The chief street of the city Is Mar ket running diagonally for many miles The destruction of many of the depart ment stores and other business blocks on Market and Mission streets was al most complete Fine added to the hor rors of the Ktuatlou and as the water mains had been burst by the shock the fire department was helpless The flames ate their way along Market street and other fires started in differ ent parts of time city As the earthquake occurred but a little after 5 oclock In the morning practically the entire population was in bed Men and women rushed wildly forth In their night robes and tied In panic through the streets Many were caught by the falling roofs and walls laud In the poorer districts the tone ments collapsed like eggshells crush- Ing timid suffocating their Inmates be fore they hUll time to escape In many cases lire finished the work of death catching time victims as they were pinned still alive under the debris To arrest the spread of the fire along Market street many buildings were dynamitedThe of one railroad was de pressed four feet or more for a dls tance of three miles At one point In the city the earth cracked open for a distance of six feet leaving a yawning chasm of fathomless depth The destruction of all telegraph wires except one belonging to the Postal union made It almost Impossible for the stricken city to communicate with the outside world The severe Injury to the Western Union and Postal of fices also the Associated Press greatly nddetl to the difficulty The practical destruction of six or eight blocks coupled with the immense loss of life and damage to property throughout Sun Francisco and the en tire coast region makes this the worst earthquake disaster In American history exceeding even the historic Charleston earthquake of a few years ago Sun Francisco has suffered from many slight seismic shocks one of them occurring about a year ago At that time a long article appeared in one of time papers signed by a pro fossor in one of the observatories near by stating that there was no partic ular danger from these tremors of the earths surface The coast region ac cording to this writer was newer than parts of the country farther east and was therefore settling He said peo plo should feel no alarm ns nothing serious was liable to happen Evidently the earths crust In the Golden Gate region has been doing some more settling The most severe earthquake San Francisco has known prior to the pres ent one was in 1S6S Quito a little damage resulted though nothing remotely comparable to this It was the IStiS shakeup that was made famous by Mark Twain The most surprising thing the genial Mark saw at that time was tlie opening up of the ceiling of his room the lips of the orifice work- Ing to and fro like a mouth and a brick slipping through and held in suspen sion like one lone tooth on the jaw of an old man The last earthquake that occurred In San Francisco was In January 1000 Several distinct shocks were felt early In tho morning causing the vibration of buildings all over the city Tho chief building affected was the St Nicholas hotel which was severely shaken Tho walls collapsed In cer win parts of the structure guests were thrown out of their beds and furniture was destroyed In 1001 there was a severe seismic disturbance in Los Angeles which was felt throughout the city and for a radius of several miles around i SAN FRANCISCO INHISTORY Stricken City Long Permeated With an Air of Romance IN THE DAYS OF VIGILANTE- Now the Metropolis of California Was Purged of DisorderLynching of CaseyThe Days of the Forty Diners Town Depopulat ed by the Rush of Gold Seekers FRANCISCO the earthquake SAN city has long been per with an air of romance and adventure Nowhere may one turn without being reminded ot the legends that have been woven around the fortyniners and their 1m mediate followers The panics of the streets and of the business blocks such as Kearney Sutter Montgomery Du pont Flood Crocker and Sharon bring to the mind of the visitor long forgot ten stories of riot or adventure and ol fortunes whoso vastness once excited his wonder or mode him Incredulous The site of the city was first visited by Europeans In 17G9 and In 1775 Bu carcll ordered a fort presidio and mis sion founded on the bay One year later the year of the Declaration of Independence the Spanish settlers began time work and when Vancouver the explorer visited the place In 1702 the presidio represented the military authority while the pueblo and mission stood for the civil and religious factors respectively The mission was secularized In 1834 and a town laid out the year following- In 1840 an American manofwar un tier command of Commodore John B Montgomery entered the harbor and hoisted the stars and stripes over the town Mexico which succeeded Spain as the owner of California was then at war with the United States and the act of Commodore Montgomery ended her dominion over San Francisco Montgomery appointed Lieutenant Washington A Bartlett to be Friscos first alcalde or mayor under the new regime Under Spanish and Mexican rule the town was a sleepy unprogrcss Ive place but with the coming of Amer icans iud the discovery of gold In ISIS there came an era of growth and hus tle This did not eventuate at once for the first news of the discovery of gold practically depopulated San Frau ciscoThe town was smitten as by a plague end one historian thus describes what happened Its houses were left unoccupied and unprotected its former trade censed its lots fell to a small part of their value Its two weekly newspapers were suspended and the town desurled by the bulk of Its In habitants was at one tithe without a single officer clothed with civil author ityAfter the first rush to the gold dig gings the town began to regain Its lost ground and ere long the Influx of gold seekers gave quite un Impetus to Its growth The town was Incorporated In April 1850 and the first common council elected proceeded with diligence to plunder the city treasury The same year the state was admitted to the Union and when the steamer Ore gon brought the newsthere was no telegraphic communication In those daysbusiness was entirely suspended anti the entire population rushed to the wharfs to welcome the harbinger The town had about 10000 Inhabitants at that time and when the people were informed that the signal tinge of the Oregon indicated that California was a sovereign state of the United States of America a universal shout arose from 10000 voices on the wharfs in the streets upon the hills housetops and the world of shipping In the bay In Its early history the city suffered from several disastrous fires Between December 1810 and June 1851 six conflagrations played havoc with Vie growing young town Better buildings were planned and several fire compa nies were organized These were steps in the right direction It was also dis covered that the fires were started by criminals who profited by the confu slonThis fact and the inefficiency and corruption of the city government led a large number of citizens to organ- Ize the famous vigilance committee which ruled the place In 1851 Quite a number of crooks were lynched by the committee others were driven out like John Oakhurst time leading figure in Bret Hurtes Outcasts of Poker Flats and the city went through a pu rification process that was of great benefit to It The aspect of San Francisco at this tlmo was not inspiring to Inflowing gold seekers It was a straggling medley of low dingy adobes frail wooden shanties born In an afternoon with a sprinkling of respectable framemass houses and a pf canvas nnd rub her habitations if was mainly a city of tents rising In a crescent upon the shores ot the cove Fr9m Clark point It skirted the land to Telegraph hill along the Clay street slopes tapering away to the California street ridge Tho larger number passed to the south west shores of the cove beyond the Msriwt STM rJa II 1tiriAC CZW rLa L4 r from blustering wines uua pun hltu with good spring water and named the Happy Valley Stockton street stretching from Sac ramento to Green streets presented the neatest cluster of dwellings and Powell street wan the abode of churches for of the six churches In existence In the middle of 1830 three graced Its sides and two stood upon cross streets within half a block Mason street above It was really the western limit of the city as Green street was the rm Dujoutr tsnson suuui tan iiie trail to the Presidio bast scattered voltages cabins and sheds amid tint ries and gardens with a branch path to the Marine hospital on Filbert street and another to the North Beach wereSAfter the vigilance committee dis banded the criminal clement became bolder and in 1850 the crime and cor- ruptIon in tlie city had become intolerable to those who wished to live a decent and orderly life When Editor King of the Bulletin who had de nounced the thugs was murdered by James P Casey n new vigilance or ganization was created and In a tow days Casey and another murderer named Cora were executed In front of the committees headquarters Many lawbreakers were later put to death anti the regime of the California bad man came to an end It has been asserted that San Fran cisco Is the most cosmopolitan city In the world and by cosmopolitan is meant a population from all parts of the world Not long ago the records Indicated that 43 per cent of the people of the city were born In foreign lands not in two or three different countries but in practically every land under the sun According to the na tional census reports for 1800 San Francisco had a total population of 203097 Of these 172180 were native born and 120811 were born outside of i the United States Fully half the grown persons In the community re moved to California from alien lands while n large percentage of the other half and of the general body of chil dren were of foreign parentage In 1000 San Francisco had n population of 342782 of which 341 per crnt was foreign born San Francisco has long been famed nsone of the wide open cities of the United States As in tho days of 1849 the gambler devotes himself to his vocation with little interference from the authorities Prior to the earthquake two of the most prominent corners In time city were occupied by gambling dens One of them known as time Cafe Royal has been a veritable gold mine for its proprietors Time California supreme court has rendered a decision to the effect that the game of draw poker is not a game of chance but Involves Judgment and other elements ns well as chance or luck and because of this decision these places are permitted to be maintained They are frequented by a hard look ing crowd of men and many scandals are told associated with these places A visitors life Is probably safe In these resorts but his money Is not It Is said that the son of the premier of British Columbia was fleeced of 8500 In tho Cafe Royal a few years ago He lo 1500 In cash but stopped payment 7000 In checks Snn Francisco has fortyseven aqua miles of territory or about 300 acres within the municipal limits TI finest residences arc on Nob hill an Pacific heights both of which dlstrlc command magnificent views of tl bay and the Golden Gate The ci has six largo parks and twentytw small ones nnd Golden Gate park o cuples over 1000 acres OASXcf DABears theTha Kind You Have Alwars BoagM1 3ruturo lit f DOWIE TO 60 TO COURTS Chicago April 12 Jonn Alexander Dowie will not retreat to Mexico He will wage q vigorous legal warfare to regain control of Zion CUy and as soon as he conrideis that be has taken the proper preliminary steps he will descend npon that place and proclaim himself the First Apostile JO This statement is authorized by Dr Dowie and bas lawyers Attorney P C Hale made the ful lowing statement We nave advanced and will ad vance only one condition complete restoration of power temporal as well as ecclesiastical and a demand for an absolute retraction of the alanderions statements made by General Overseer Voliva and Deacon Alexander Granger Dowie revoked Volivas power of at torney two days before this transfer was made Attorneys for both factions were in numerous confcrncea to day Judge Burnes head ot tne legal department of tire City of Zion cano to 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