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Pr r- r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Y ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT t J VOLXXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1906 12 Pages NO 43 I I HOMECOMERSTO George H Baker St Louis repre sentative of the Henderson R6ute was in the city Thursday mnkina ariango ments to have a train load of Kentucky homecoming folks from St Louis l ana the West to stop hero on Ithier re turn home for a thirty minutes visit A train of several cars will be made up at tit Louis and run thiovigh to toIrat Louisville On the trains going tnp it will top at Cloverport for thirty minutes in order that the traus planted Kentuckians may shake hands jWith their many friends who will meet them here The Commercial Club will send an invitation to St Louis to a representative of the party asking them to visit Cloverport While the train will remain here but thirty minutes preparations will be made to make the party enjoy it sell The beauifnl little depot will be decorated its big spacious yard will be filled with seats and refreshments and doubtless music will be had to enliven the occasion The grand old 4 liMy Old Kentucky Home will be sung just before the party leaves i An invitation is extended to all those in the county who have friends in St Louis and In the West who will lisely be on this train to come to Cloverport and see the party on its trip to Louisville The date and full particulars of the occasion will be announced late- rBUILDS I HAND i SOME BOAT A L PeacocK is the name of a new ferry boat that has been complet gt e4this port by Capt F W Sparks jyTiptouville Tenn The hull of the t boat was constructed at Leavenworth Ind and was towed to Cloverport to be fitted out with an engine and me chunical parts The frame or top of he boat was built here It is made of hUe oak entirely Tne craft is quipped with a 10horso power en ine and will be used for trry purpos a at Tiptonvillo Tenn by Capt arks an his partner Bull Kellon bo boat was built for carrying cotton specially Two twohorse wagons an be loaded on the bow he cost of the boat is 2000 It was nod in honor ot Mr A L Peacock bier of Farmers Mechanics Bank Tiptonville a friend ot Capt rks Daring his snort stay here Sparks tins made many friends ONVENTION ELL ATTENDED I d cron Ky May 8The Sunday d lol Convention held here last o Thursday was well attended An In Lteresting program wac well rendered It he state secretary E A Fox and- o tjci Green were present advanced InIn j5 good Ideas along the various RI Sunday school work Mr Fox e WMJplendid Sterloptican lecture at In ht t- gRNDON NORRISl i hat ntse i Ellen Washington Herndon of byrson will be married to Mr tat eton Norris on Tuesday May 15 it elI Henderson Henderson Ky to ping reception will be given at Lnd Henderson after the wedding oil erndon is the daughter of Mr Henry W Herndctf formers ale0lS4tttigcloourity They are I crone of Breckenndgo repre ive families andare well known Karris is of Morganfield Mrs rs Norris will be at home inlay bfield after June 1 f izae4 REVIVAL MEETING = al meeting is being held at lodist chruch ROT John I Aiding elder of this district f the Rev Currie this week Sis invited to attend and taK- er 4 Ryan it little grandson n Hall 0fe ht last Wednes derson tne guests of Chas I iceJll- t CITY COUNCILMEETS The city council met Monday night The usual routine business was trans acted The Miller Bros were given ah extension 0 tune on the electiio light contract An ordinance to pro hibit stock ofall kinds fro m running at large in Cloverport was killed by a vote of 4 to 2 The ordinance was presented by Heid and seconded by Barry The body adjourned to meet again Mondav May 21 on motion of Reid EDUCATION CONFER ENCE CLOSED FRIDAY Lexington Ky May 4The con ference for Education in the South came to an end tonight and Presi dent Robert C Ogden of New York and his party of Eadtern visitors left at midnight on the special train With in the next twelve hours about 3000 other visitors representing educators of the South from the school teacher to the Superintendent of Educators of State will also leave the hospitable environments of Lexington Besides the Ogden party there are several hundred educators and philanthropists of the East and North who have taken part in the conferene- iIIENSLEYS1IMV I ANNOUNCEMENT Hardinsburg Ky May SMrs Luoretia Hensley announces the inari age of her daughter Miss Virginia Moorman Heuslej to Mr John D Shaw on Tuesday afternoon June 5 at 330 oclock at the Baptist church Hardinsbnrg No invitations will be issued SAM DIX SELLS FARM Haidiusbnrg Ky May 8Samuel DIx has sold his river bottom farm consisting of 20 acres lying near Stepheneport to Sterling Alexander of Loavenworth dndrThe consideration was 12000 Mr Dix will move to Stephensport SOCIETY ON TIIEI BOOM IHardmsburg Ky May 14The Fireside Club was entertained on the evening of Friday May 4 by Dr John E Kincheloe at 42 There were six tables and the ton games played were characterized by n determination to reach the Head Table The interest manifested indicated the enjoyment ot the evening The ladles prize a beautiful gold comb was won by Mrs David Murray Mr JrZ Moore received a hanusome silver hat brush as the gentlemans prize the booby miniature clown was won by Claude Mercer After a conundrum exercise each gentleman secured a partner and delicious refreshments were served Mrs Blanche Reid and MIss Reid assisted Dr Kimsheloe In receiving GAY TIMES 4T CUSTER Custer Ky May 14The Masons of Custer Lodge No 024 gave a six oclock luncheon to their neigh boring lodges on Saturday May 5 Never in the Masonic history of Ouster was there such a meeting of Masons They came from north east south and west Hnrdin Meade and Breckenrldge lodges sent delegates Some new members were added to the Custer lodge and took all the de greesThe luncheon was spread in the schoolhouse the Masonic Hall being upstairs over the school room Covers were laid at each table for thirtyeight guests Rev Cut Beauch amp ot Vine Grove lodge was a guest of honor and delivered an address to the members of the home lodge and their invited guests in the Lodge Hall Ladles were present Several ladies were anxious to have the Easton Star degree confered but owing to some hinderance and lack of preparation the confering of the degree wa postponed to some future day This certainly has Leerr q day to be proud of for every one serred to live with the other to make the Occasion anI enjoyable onev The weather was too itbol for out door enjoyment Ih Lodge invited all ine families of Caster Irrespectiveof membership in the lodge The crowd is estimated be tween V250 to 800 T dple C CLOVERPORTDISGRACED Cloverport disgraced herself last Sat urday After six years of local option the majority of tne voters said whiskey should he sold again The third precinct held her banner high and unfurled and when the polls closed she rolled up a majority of nineteen votes for local option In this precinct 221 votes were cast about 80 votes short of the number heretofore cast in elec tionsThe second precinct went dnoDer into the mire than the first and waded out disgraced and condemned with a majority of 28 votes for whiskey 189 votes were east about 01 short of the number cast in previous elec tions The first precinct joined arms with number two and closed her polls with 21 votes more for whiskey than for local option The election will probably be con testeaThe election SIX years ago wont local option by a majority of seven votes Many people were in town but no AFTER STANDARD ROGERS REPLIES OIL COMPANY TO GARFIELD I Washington May 4 President j I Roosevelt today transmitted to Con gress the report of James R Garfield Commissioner ot Corporations giving the results of his investigation of the subject of tranportatiou and freight rates in connection with the oil in dustryIn message the President ex presses the view that the report is of capital importance because of the effort now being made to secure such enlargement of the powers of the In terstate Commerce Commission as wil confer upon the commission power In some measure adequate to meet the early demonstrated needs of the I situation That the Standard Oil Company has benefited enormously up almost to the present moment by se cret rates many of which were clearly I unlawful tho President says the report clearly shows and the benefit thereby secured amounting to at least tbreequurtera ot a million a year Prosecutions to Follow Tne statement is added that tho De partment ot Justice will take up the question of instituting prosecutions in at least certain of tho cas- esAGREEMENT ON RATE BILL Washington May 4 What a mounts practically to an agreement on the existing differences concerning court features of the Railroad Rate Bill has been reached by Senate con ference extending pver each wee6 and Senator Allison will offer an amend ment conferring jurisdiction upon the Circuit Courts to hear the dtermine suits brought against the Interstate Commerce Commission The amendment will not suggest to the courts whether their judicial review shall be confined to constitutional questions M whether it shall be an Inquiry into the justness lor reasonableness of the rates fixed by thecommission Senator Long who made the princi pal legal argument for the House Bill and Senators Aldrich and Crane the leaders in the movement seeking an amendment providing tor a broa court review expressed themselves to day as favoring the amendment an both factions are agreed that the com promise is satisfactorily to President Roosevelt Undoubtedly this means that obstaolep to the speedy passage of the measure have been removed 5NEWS AT CUSTER Gilbert Pile wife and daughter Bettie returned front Louisville Wed nesday Mrs Pile and Bettie were on a pleasure visit and Gilbert on mer cbantile business John Cook has his new dwelling started It IS In the same spot as the old Merlo Bruner house stood Tne building is in charge of a Vine Grove I carpenter Dan MartinI 4r disturbance was had The members of the W 0 T U held an all day prayer meeting in the Presbyterian cnurch The bells ot both the Baptist and Presbyterian churches were rung every hour beginning at G oclock The Rev Roe of Irvington came down Wednesday night and gave lec turers the remaining days and nights of the campaign doing much good and rendering valuable service to the cause Revs Currie and LowK the local pastors were to the trout in every move and worked hard in the cause They did much personal work as well as making many strong talks upon the subject ol temperance The many faithful citizens of the town who worked with unceasing zeal in the campaign are to be praisedto name them all would take an over amount of space The chairman of the campaign committee and all of his sub ordinates made a desperate effort to win but fltled because the good people of the town failed to rally to their sup lort n New York May 4In reply to President Roosevelts message and the report of Commissioner Garfield Messrs H H Rogers and John Dr Archbold of the Standard Oil Com pany said that their examination of the message and report had uecesHarlly been a hurried one Iand that they should at a later date make a tall ans wer to their shareholders Meanwhile they made the following statement to the Associated Press In tie Presidents effort to secure the paainga of a bill enlarging the powers of the Interstate Commerce equitablelrailwny theIsamohasno more and no less Regarding his criticism upon the management of the railways or his strictures upon acts of the Interstate Commeroe Com mission we have noither responsibility nor concern When however he or Commissioner Garfield attacks the Standard Oil Company and uses its methods ot doing business as HU object lesson for the purpose of promoting his views we protest It may be frauKly stated at the outset that the Standard Oil Company shall at rill times within the limits of fairness and witbdue regard for the law sought to secure tho most advantuceous trelght rates and routes possible There will be no denial of this fact on our part The question is whether we have at any point violated the law or the proprie ties NOTES FROM BEWLEYVILIE =Mr and Mrs Jess Payne West Point Will Payne Louisville Mrs Leah PateIrvingtonand Mr and Mrs Roy Payne were guests at M P Payne Sunday- W J Piggott Chas Chamberlain and Hon Gus Richardson and J C Payne were among the Masons from a distance who attended Lodge Saturday eveningMrs Will Paul and children and Mrs Ada Shnemate returned to their home in Louisville last Sunday Misses Blanche Jolly Bevie and Irene Cain spent Monday In Irvington the guest of relatives appointd ment here Saturday and Sunday Louisd ville list week U O Drury was in Louisville last woo it IRVINGTON NOTESI Among the ones that attended the races from hers wereJ Ii Henry Dr L B Moremau Hllllard Biggs Nqwsom Gardner and Charlie Hawes H H Kemper R M Jolly Sr E H Shelman R S Bandy and Atty John Haswell spent a few days of last week in Cincinnati on business Mrs W J Piggott entertained very delightfully her Sunday School class last Saturday afternoon at her home on Maple street from three to six t B Y P U ELECTS OFFICERS The B Y P U ut its business meeting last Tuesday night elected the following officers Mr Leonard Oelze pres Edmund c Wroe first vicepres Miss Ree Willis second vicepres Mss Margaret jl Wroe thud viceprus Miss Reba riWillisrij ment and her committee is Miss Ethel Oelzo and Cl onn Woatherholt Miss t Reba Lewis is at the head of the mem bership department and Misses Maud Polk and Martha Willis make up her committee Miss Margaret Wroe has charge of the charity department but has not named her committee The committee on programs is comm posed of Misses Elyvn Hicks Edna Jarboe and Mr Edmnd Wroe Miss Kathenrte Moorman is secretary and Miss Stella Weathertholt is treasurer and Miss i Ree Willis organist The Union will hereafter begin its Sunday evening meeting promptly at 045 instead of 030 as heretofore All members are requested to be present at that time I PROGRAMME Sunday School Convention Att McQuady May 26 The Hardinsburg District Sunday School Convention will convene 8aturt day May 20 1000 with this proI grow 1000 Devotional Rev Isaian Clinet1010 The worK and aim ot tbeJ Sunday SchoolG S Willson 1 1085 Reverence in and for the Sunday School Rev G S KingII 11 00 The Relation of the Interna I tional Sunday School to Denomina t tional workU W Beard 1180 Reports of Sunday Schools and wppoiutrneut of Committees 13 00 Noon Recess 100 Essentials and Accessories J P Haswell Jr 1200 The factor of the Sunday School most potent in the development ot character Rev Isaiah Cline 150 Patents relation to the Sunday School Mn Thonius Gregory 200 How to excite interest In the lodsou Taylor Beard 215 Quartette 220 Sunday Occupation fir Child roil Chasteenne Kinnersou 285 Cooperation between Sunday school and Church Rev M P Jcmpton 245I Social side of the teachers vork Andrew DrIskill 300 Who helps the Superintendent C L Bruingtion 815 Sunday School Magnetism Rev J W Hughs All Sunday School workers and friends are cordially invited in attend the convention and Sunday ScboUs in the Hardiusburg District are urged to lend delegates with reports and offer- Ings of their respertive Schools Last year wo received reports from all schools except one and contributions 1 from all but two Now please help us us this year to get a full report and a liberall contribution Come to the con vention and more thoroughly acquaint yourself with the work The Sunday school that does not keep in touch with the international work is a back J number The purpose of the Conven tics is to promote the interests of the f Sunday Schools and the Sunday J Schools together with the speakers on program will please remember that your Dist Officers can not thus make the convention a success without our cooperation We shall expect you there W D Smith Pres Cora Matthews Secty SCHOOL TRUSTEESELECTED S H McCracken and L T Reid were elected school trustees at the election Saturday McCrncsen was reelected and Reid elected now The other members of the board are L V Cha pin H J Lewis T L Wroe Dr R S Dempster returned Mon day from Oklahoma City He is well pleased with that city but has not lul11 decided to move his family there t He says there is no place like Ken tacky BEAUTIFULSERVICES I The services in the Methodist church Sunoay evening commemorating the twentyfifth anniversary of the birth of the Epworth League were beautiful and well attended the auditorum be ing tilled with people and the Sunday SpecialrWtfRiC were seated in tho forward pews of the church and assisted the choir in the sincintr Prof John P King first vicepresident of the League had cbaige of the program The first talk was made by Ira Behen president of the League giving a history of the or ganization He stated thut the League woe born in the year of 1870 in Los Angels Cal in Trinitv church The organization at its beginning was not r called an Epworth League however it being one body of men and women weilded together to assist the pastor of Trinity church in the discharge of his duties which were at that time very numerous and divers The system and plans under which this body of Christian people worked was so well perfected that other churches in the West and on East took up work in similar lines as did this Los Angels union Soon after the work of the several bodies were reorganized and they were given consideration on the General Conference of the Methodist church The local chapter of the i League had its inception in the senti went following the revival meetug a year ago in this city by Rev assisted by Rev Newsom This chapter is in a financial way ahead of any Epworth chapter in the Owenaboro of the Methodist church Last 58 were spent for charity this being 18 more than that spent by any other chapter in the district Mr Behen said that the local chapter had bought many of the younger people of the church in closet Christian relation with each other and had ho believed done mush toward helping the pastor Short talks were made by Hoviousj 1 Rafferty Snpt John Burn and the Rev B ML Currie vv PROGRAMME Of Sunday School Convention To Be Held At Webster May 19 1000 Devotional Exercises Rev E W Graves Welcome address C Haddock Response Z G Stith 1080 The Sunday School as an Investment j for goonRev R Hr Roe 1045 How to Touch and Entertain the Infant ClassMrs Chas Drnry Song 1100 Some oat side HelpsMlsa- Nannle Lee Frayser 1115 Reports of Schools Appointment of Committees Recess Afternoon Session I00 Song and Prayer Service TalK G J Jolly 125 Duty of Superintendent Mrs Nora Board 140 Work that CountaMrs J R WimpSongLittle Folks 200 Bible StoryMiss Nannie Lee Frayaer 2 20 How to Hold and Interest Young MenPeyton Claycomb 235 May not all Denominations en ter heartily In Aesoctatlonal Work Rev E W Graves Song tMrs1j 1 Report of Committees J 1 Other Businesst 14 i Minutes Song and BenedictionS Pres Nan E Lyddan Sec MARRIED ATGARFIELD Caster Ky May SMr Shelby Oliver was quietly married to Miss Ida Bruner of the Garfield neighbor hood at the home of brides mother Sunday evening May 0 We extend congratulations to Shelby in securing so amiable and interesting a lady for a life companion We welcome Ida to our neighborhood and wish more of the Custer boys would follow Shelbys example and transplant others such as idaftV our neighborhood r Sf 1 1 f G t T AN OLD SUBSCRIBER DEAD u Uncle Allen Anderson of Gnston is t dead at 73 He died last Sunday and was buried last Monday Uncle Allen was never married He had a great number of relatives and a host of friends No butter man or citizen ever lived in a community Just a plain old fashioned good citizen who attended strictly to his own business a html worker and a good farmer He will be missed in that community He was one of our oldtst subscribers Fortunate Missourians When I was a drugglstat Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now cf Graysnhville Mo tnree of my cus toinirs were permanently cured of consumption by Di Kings New Discov cry and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his property und move to Ariznnia but after using New Discovery a short time he found it necessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in existance Surest Cough and Cold cure and throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists GOo and 1 1 Trial bottle free NO NEED FOR COVER our little nephew I a Rue Fairleigb cf louisville the youngest son of Mr and Mrs D W Fairleigb is naturally a smart little chap in our estimation Like all other boysof one and siz years he is given to smart innocent utter nesses The other day after he had heard much talk about hot beds down here in the tobacco districts he looked up at his mother Madder farmers dont need cover on their beds do they Yes son what makes you think they dontY Cause they have hot beds TO CURB A COLD IIN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IWOMO Quinine Tablets Drupalstsref und money It It tails to euro E W GROVES signature Is on eac hbo 25c HANDSOME EDITION The Elizabethtown News issued with its regular Tuesday edition of May 1 a handsome illustrated edition putting forth the good things of Eliza bethtown and Hardin county The edition Is well printed and nas a two colored cover Editor Summers is to be congratulated A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one Sfic box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it complete cured a run ning sore on her leg whim had tortu ed her U8 long years Greatest antiseptic bealtrof Piles Wounds and Sores 25 c Short Hnynes Drug stole DO GOOD NOW I expect to iplies through this world but once Any good tbing therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creaturelet me do it now Let mo uot defer or neg lect it fur I shall not pass this way again JcUn Wesley Postmaster Rubbed U W Fouts Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had cnronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nulls turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Short Haynea Drug store GO cents VITAL INTEREST Uivfl your children a vital personal interest in the farm Give them land to cultivate tne profit from which shall be their own or give them stock the increase and sale of which shall be their personal savings I have in mind a dear little girl whose sav ings are contuderable HearstsAmeri can Home and Farm Mrs H J May went to Morgan town Ind last week to visit her daughter Mrs U W Roth San Francisco hud given its Chinese population a little more time it would have acquired a subway system without costing the city a cent PARKERS HAIR BALSAM tulrlrornotgrowthNevOrtylUlrColorCaIh SOC xadIJDat Dru CULTIVATING THE CHILD FrouiJjutberBurbanks The Training of the Human Plant in the May Century There is not n single desirable attrib ute which lacking in a plant may not bo bred into it Choose what im provement you wish in a flower a fruit or a tree null by crossing se lection cultivation and nersistence you can fix this desirable trait inevo oably Pick out any trait you want in your child granted that he is a normal chilt1I shall speak of the abuoi mal laterbe it honesty fairness purity lovableness industry thrift what not By surrounding this child with sunshine from the sky and your own hoart by giving the closest com munion with nature by feeding them well balanced nutritious food by giving them all that is implied in healthful environmental influences and tby doing ah in love you can thus cultivate in this child and fix there for all their life all of these traits Natur ally not always to the full in all cases at the begining of the work for here dity will make itself felt first and as in the plant under improvement there will be certain strong tendencies to re version to fotmer ancestral traits but in the main with the normal child you can give him all those traits by patiently persistently guiding him in these early formative years And on the other side give him foul air to breathe keep him in a dusty factory ot an unwholesome schoolroom or a crowded tenement up under the hot roof keep him away from the sunshine take away from him muisc and laughter and happy faces cram his little brains with so called knowledge all the more decep tive and dangerous because made so apparently adaptable to his young mind let him have associates in his hours out of school und at the age of ten you have fixed in him the opposite traits He Is on his way to the gal lows You have perhaps seen a pra irie fire sweep through the tall grass across a plain Nothing can stand be fore it it must burn itself out That is what happens when you let the I weeds grow up in a childs life and then set fire to them by wrong envir I onment It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do we hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days later learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This is such common occurance that a cold however alight should not be disregarded Chamber lains Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of a cold too result in pneumonia and has gained its great popu lacity and extensive sale by its prompt cutes of this most common ailment It always cures nod is pleasant to take For sale by Short Haynes AlEADES HOMES I COMING DAY The committees having in charge the arrangements for Homecoming day i reported that everything was progressing eatlsfactorlally and that the event would undoubtedly be the grandestI success ever achieved by the people of old Meade Hon David W Falrleign of Louisville has accepted an invita tion to be present and deliver an ad dress on the occasion and It is hoped ex Gov Crittenden of Missouri swill be with us as well as other men of note Meade Messenger Why tike a dozen things to cure that cough 1 Kennwdys Laxative Honey and Tar allays the congestion stops that ticKling drives the cold out through your bowels Sold by all Dt uggists SIR HUON WON The Louisville Derby Sir Huon won Lady Navarre second Jim Rediilck third Fort painful born there is nothing like DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imitations of DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve on the marketsee that you get the genuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sun burn cuts bruises and especially recommended for piles The name E C DeWitt Co Chicago is on every box Slid by all Druggists Never Strike Sail to a Fear Emerson The highest culture is to speak no ill Ella Wheeler Wilcox Aa a man thinnest in his heart so is he Proverbs A British commission has awared 47000000 damages to noncombatants who suffered in the Boer conflict That little war is still piling up big items of expense San Franoisco is getting three times as much money as was contributed to Chicago utter its tire There Is no ala count on Uncle Sams growth NOBLE SOUTH ERN TRAIT Within hearing of the writer a few days ago an oldtlmo darky remarked to a younger cullud brudder who knows the latest quotations on election certificates Grandest man in the world was my ole wnit massa out in Hardin county There was indeed a sacred relation between most masters and servants in slave times dear yet to the memory ot both No greater mistake than to tako the Hornet Beecher Stowo view of slavery as spy plicable to every phase of the institu ton or to its workings in all parts or- the country Tnere were heartless slave owners as there are heartless parents The worst of the slave owners were the slave traders who unfeeling Iv rnadejhuman flesh just as marketable a commodity as hides or sole leather Slavery was bad in principle and could not be of course universally happy in practice but noble instances ot kindness on the one and of fidel ity on the other side in slave times were really numberless The other day Dr Forest Gabbert of Lonisvlle a nd his venerable mother crossed over to Indiana in quest of an aged and practically helpless woman of color This old woman had been the slave of Dr Gabberts grandparent + at Clover port Ky For twenty years old Melissa Montgomery has been janitress of the Sciibner High School New Albany but was getting too feeble to be retain edThe Gabbert family had never for gotton the old slave and could not till recently get any trace of her Finding at last that she was in New Albany tnuy promptly offered her a home for the remainder of her days To her dar old missus Melissa re turns with proud heart No one that meets her fails to learn of nor luck from thankful lips brightened eye and smiling face Back home again the oldtime slave tKoes rejoicing Dr Gabbert illustrates the best side of Southern character its considerate tender largehearted generosity It is by such men with that characteristic fully developed that the racial problem will be solved not bydllmaq Jognes wnlte or agitators dark skined Louisville Herald A good complexion is impossible with the stomach out of order If pasty sallow people would pay more attention to their stomach and less to the skin on theft faces they would have better complexions KODOL FOR DYSPEPdIA will digest what you eat and put your stomach back in right shape to ao its own work Kodol relieves palpitation of the heart flatulence sour stomach heart burn etc Sold by all Druggists Die when I may I want it said ofi me by those who know me best that I always plucked a thistle find planted a flower where I thought a flower would growAbraham Lincoln Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pill increases They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from conati pation and the ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Short Us Haynes Druggists 25c Try them Two Regiment to Go Washington Only two regiments about 1350 men will be sent to San Francisco instead of 2500 men as originally requested by General Greely and sanctioned by the war department The troops to go are the First cavalry from Fort Clark unit Fort Sam Houston Galveston Texas and the infantry from Fort D A Russell Wyo A telegram asking that only the reduced number be sent was received at the war department and orders to that effect were promptly is sued Missing Consuls Located San Francisco The French Italian and Danish consuls at San Francisco who were reported as among the missing have all been heard from They had temporarily become separated from their friends TORRENTS OF MUD Do Great Damage to Property In Vi cinity of Vesuvius Naples The weather in the region of Mount Vesuvius is good Reports that are coming in con cerning the latest disaster show that the damage done by the torrents of mud washed from the mountain side by the heavy rainfall of last week was great The mud mixed with which were cinders and basaltic stones in vaded all places and killed many animals At Passoano a town of 800 in habitants the flood obstructed the doors of houses so that the people were obliged to escape through the windows Tho Duchess of Aosta braved tho dangers and went to Otta jano in order to ascertain the extent of the damage done by tho mud King Edward and Queen Alexandra have been unable to make their desljed vis It to the royal observatory on Mount Vnou vina OASZWOBI BoatZbo ht NO CALVARLYESCORT Washington May 2General satis faction Is expressed by the Southern senators over the prompt action of President Roosevelt in countermanding Gen Duvalls order providing for a cavalry escort for Rev Father Sher man over the route followed by uener al Sherman on his famous march to the sea Senator Bacon of Georgia said Father Sherman would be wel comed by the people ut Georgia but the cavalry escort would be an insult to tne state A torpid inactive liver can produce more bodilvills than almost anything else It is good to clean the system out occasionally Staring Ithe liver up and get into shape generally The Lest results are derived from the use of DeWitts Little Early Risers Reliable effective pleasant pills with a reputa tion Never gripe Sold by all Druggists STATE OFFICERSOF OF E Elected at Greenville Ky April 14 David Moreland Ohio County President T T Barrett Henderson County VicePresident S B Robertson McLean County Secretary L N Robertson Daviess County Orgauizer Dr I W McGinnis Henry County Director J H McConnell Caldwell County Director- S B LeeDavieas County Director Ben Waston Webster County Director The officers elect Id are well known for their loyalty to the Society and for their untiring devotion to its progress and welfare All were una nlmously elected With exception of state organizer there were no contest ants Mr M F Sharp of Ohio county was placed in nomination by one of the Ohio county delegation bat was with drawn in favor of Mr Robertson of Davies county Upto date Farming NEWS NOTES Birmingham Ala The quadrennial general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church south convenes in this city Thursday next and promises to bo one of the most im portant in the history of the denomina tion In addition to the accredited delegates between 800 and 1000 visitors are expected One of the fraternal messengers will be Vice President Fairbanks from Methodist Episcopal church north and Dlnsdalo T Young of London representing the Wesleyan church of England The general con ference will be In session about three weeks arid among the Important matters to be considered are the follow- Ing The establishment of a univer sity for women in the south to be sup ported by the church a change In the present presiding eldership system institutional churches It is probablel that two or more bishops will be elected because of the growth of the church Nashville Tenn The board of missions of the Methodist Episcopal church south closed its ses slons hero The report of the tion of the foreign missions appropriations amounting to 353000 Resolutions on the San Francisco dis aster were adopted An appeal will b s made to all Methodist communitle- for funds to relieve the sufferln there Up to the day of the meeting 6000 had been received for this cause and it is expected that 10000 will be raised and forwarded to tho wrecked city within the next two weeks FeudIsts In Eruption Jackson Ky A fusilladeI of thirty or forty shots and the wound Ing of one man marked a renewed out break of the feud spirit which hasI given so much trouble in Dreathltt county Red Tom Cockrell Jake No ble and Tom Barnett besieged Beach Hargls a relative of former County Judge HargIs in the house of Harrison Hall all the glass In the front of the house being shot out Barnett was wounded in the wrist The outbreak was precipitated by a brief quarrel be tween Hargis and Cockrell on the street an hour previous Hargis was gotten safely to his home under a pre tense of his being arrested and further trouble was avoided for the time belling although the affair has created unrest Fifth Ohio Mlne a Wheeling W Va il Th tminers of the Fifth Ohio sub dtstric- refused to accept the compromise proposition offered by the Loraln Cool and Dock company They agreed to modify some demands made over the scale of 1903 but decided to stand pat on the 1903 scale for this district The strike will be continued and headquarters will be established a Bridgeport Ohio which is the hom of the national vice president T L Lewis 1 I F N 4 L 125 Round TripFROM Brandenburg Ekron and Gu ton TO LOUISVILLEvia SATURDAY MAY 12 SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES Irvington 910 am Guston 918 Ekron 926 Brandenburg 934 t Returning Leaves Louisville Union Station 10th and Broadway 600 p m For Full Information ask the Agent BIQQLEHindiomel Printed sad Buitlfitll Illustrated BY JACOB BIQQLE I No 1BIQQLE HORSE BOOK 9 All about Horses Commonsense Treatise with more than 74 Illustrations standard 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biggest paper of Its size In the United States ofIAmerieahaving more than Three Mllllon regular pnn 1903 and 1910 sept by to any address for A DOLLAR BILLESample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing WOOLS BOOKS free WILMBR ATKINSON CO PCBLISBBBS or Flail JOURNAL PHILADELPHIA n BY A TORNADO Texas Town Wrecked and a Dozen Persons Killed Bellevue Texas i A torna do which swept through this place de strayed everything in its path and as a result practically the entire town Is a mass of ruins only three buildings now standing at least eleven persons are dead and a number are injured The tornado followed by tire which consumed the wreckage This is being sent from the top of a telephone pole a mile from Bellevue but it is as close as a wire can bo had The town of Bellevue consisted of over 200 houses The whole business section of the town and all stocks of merchandise tiworn destroyed Among the business houses destroyed are Nelson and Spivey M Spradlez O Ognotz and wasscrematedThe was a mile wide and traveled over the earth for a distance of eight miles leveling everything in Its path ruining crops and destroying all farm houses and barns on tho way This section Is thickly settled Conservative estimates place the loss between 160000 and 175000 The Inhabitants of the town are not only homeless but without food or raiment and destitute all their pos sessions being swept away Relief Is being hastened to them from neighbor line towns BLOODY CLASH Between Union and Nonunion Miners at Paint Creak Mines Johnstown Pa V Union and nonunion miners clashed again at Paint Creek mines near Windber where a week ago a mob had to be dis persed by a volley from the musket of the deputies As a result of the latest riot two men are dying in the hospital at Windber a third is prob ably fatally stabbed several others sustained various injuries and seven totsaloons at Windber have been kept closed and the men visited the saloons at Paint Creek A union and a non union man got into a quarrel and soon blows wereiffistruck A knife was drawn by oLitthe men and Immed latelythertli rush from all sides Knives andfguBFwere drawn and bul elets began jBtfFy The battle lasted for half an hour The herltrlItWln1bnr 7 t I A Farm Library of unequalled value I Practical Up to I date Concise and Comprehensive BOOKS a a I Illustrated HEALTH BOOK Farm JournalI-s a I PAR51JOURNALmall was report beeng contestantst 0 was notified and with twentyone dep uties arrived after the riot was over They arrested the leaders Bodies Found In River Chicago Tbe bodies of two men were discovered floating la the Chicago river both of them appa ently having been in the water for at nothingiiinII would lead to their identification One body was that of a man about fiftyj years old He had a scar two inches long and an inch wide on the top of his head The left side of the taco belIeveand afterwards was thrown into thp river The second body was that of a man apparently fortyfive years old Ho was well dressed and from all appearances a man of good circurif stances before his death There were no marks of violence on the body and the supposition is that he fell in that river and was drownedTG- oll 1 Convicted G611JformerNational bank of this city was found guilty by a jury in the United States district court on 19 counts out of 34 The counts In the Indictments against the defendant on which hq was found guilty relate to false entries and the misapplication ot funds in the bank those relating to etnblllzlemtint anti verbdietsession lasting eight hours ThltJ altlleged250000 Mr Gall was unmoved bjfl the verdlct and referred all Intervlel reman5admarshal Attorneys lor the defendant at once made a motion Yor a new T 1 trial h Mitchells Reply to Winder = Cleveland 0 A telogra la reply to the proposal of J H WI- der president of the Ohio coal ope ators asking that a board of arbltr lien be named to settle the dlffe enco between miners and operato was received from President Mitchcl of the miners at the Plttsburg jVel Operators association here Mitchell telegram was to the effect that Wit dors second proposal defining tfcj w basis of arbitration was received lo late for the national board of mine to take any action The members j the board Mitchell says adjourgj the Chicago meeting and left th before the telegram iron Winds received J f r i r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1000 XJHcolBi Orderly Mind Lincolns mind was orderly though kls method were not He neglected details because his thought which was tf direct as flight passed Instantly 11 the vital spot and all else seemed unimportant If I can free this case k from technicalities and get It properly swung to the jury Ill win It be used to say and this was his mental atti tude toward all legal questions He had no training In technicalities as long as the firm of Stuart Lincoln lasted and It is doubtful If any teaching would Lave qualified him for attorney work i or made him a master of detail Yet 4 as an office lawyer such as rules the destinies of our modern corporate in i terests he probably would bay been invaluable Ills mind comprehended large subjects without tile slightest ef fort Once concentrated on an Issue he passed directly to the point disregarded the thousand and one coutiii genies all the academic pros and cons and reduced the problem to Its simplest possible form Frederick Trevor Hill In Century Street Crowd In Cnrncnu One of the features of the city of Ca T racas Venezuela that most strongly 4 Impresses a foreigner Is the rapidity ttFitly which a crowd gathers In the f streets This is best exemplified when somo of tho many wandering musl jjdans in whoin Caracas abounds pro pare to give an impromptu open air concert Their first notes no sooner wecho through the neighborhood than f there gathers to listen a vast throng fi that almost blocks up the thoroughfare IjI The cobblers and all the other tenants IT of the entries having no doors to open B or stairs to descend are on the spot al F most instanter They eagerly drink in i the music but at the same time bear a wary eye upon the hats of the must clans and no sooner do they observe if the slightest indication that one is about to be taken off for the purpose of i taking up n collection by passing It around among the crowd than they dis appear even more quickly than they came Toot and Policy IAhlgb fence should be built betweenI the words tact and policy for the benefit H of those who cannot see the border- Ing line Oh I have no tact they say with a satisfied air Tact and policy are JiVthings I know nothing aboutII And yet the two tinct as north and south Tact comes from the heart and policy from the head Policy Is Inspired by selfish inter jeats and is n treacherous quality that lODe might well boast the lack of Tact Brings within from an unwillingness to hurt feelings and it is the mark oft Innate kindness that has no personal III motive Tact is no enemy to truth It otters truth on a salver Instead of throwing It In the face thats allPhil adelphia Pres- sDraggtt and borrowing New York druggists are frequent bor rowers Only the most complete phar macles are constantly supplied with all the drugs required in compounding medicines When a druggist is asked to flit a short notice prescription calling for some drug that he does not happen to have on Land he does not take timeL to telephone to a wholesale house for tho missing ingredient but sends to the nearest drug store and iaround borrow it It is a peculiar fea i the situation that druggists sel f dom buy anything outright from each i other They merely borrow then after having replenished their stock from thef houses they pay back the I I ttwholesale York Post t i The tax on tobacco strips in Eng 4 i 1laud it is averred will be reduced 1whleb will result in tne revival of the andlKentucky towns i 1 1a number ot years ago 1 t t willtI Ij Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble it and Dont Know it How To Find Out atFill a bottle or common glass with your t water and 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Pink ham at Lynn Mass All letters arc received opened read and answerec by women only From symptoms given your trouble may be located and the quickest and surest way of recovery daughterinlawtwenty five years under her direction and since her decease she has been advising sick women freeofcharge Out ol the vast volume of experience in treat probablyhasyour case Surely any woman rich ot poor is very foolish if she does not take advantage of this generous offer oi assistance iST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported By EvonsSnlcJerBuel Co Live Stock Commission Agent Special to the News National Stock Yards May 2nd Steady to a dim lower was tbe basis of the opening of the steer market this week since which time tbe market has ruled dull andiiia shade lower Receipts have heen rathe heavy but only a moderate supply of beef steers included as lots of grass Tex ans are coming Most sales ranged from a 75 to 520 An advance of about ten cents was noted on good heif erstuff Monday but the musket wai over supplied andprices have easedof until they are hardly as good as las time Lots of heifers sold up to 4 75 with bulk of cows 3 85 to HjO A good inquiry prevails for rlr to good grades of stockers and feeders with scarcely any offerings to meet same Hogs show a dime decline compurec with a week ago Best hogs now selling at 650 with the bulk from fflK to 16 45 Best light weights are selling up to 635 with best pigs under 100 Ibs 575 Evans Snider Basel Co Warning Yon cannot have good health antes your Kidneys are sound for the kid neys filter tbe blood of impurities which otherwise act enitating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause serious trouble If you have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for re sulteas it positively cures all forms of kidney and oladder diseases KlitRii Named dunn John I of the eastern empire was poisoned by a servant John IV was deposed and bad his eyes put out John V ruled only In name and lived in constant dread of assassins John VI was deposed and died In prison One of the Swedish Johns was driven out of his kingdom by bin subjects and another was belittled and defeated at every turn John I of France had a short and disastrous reign and John II was a prisoner of the English for years A long list of Johns have changed their titles when taking on kingly robes because of the supersti tion that a John ruler cannot be otherwise than unfortunate Amendment Rejected Laura said Mr Ferguson hurried ly explaining matters In the kitchen I didnt want to bring the man home to dinner but he kept staying and staying at the office and I Just had to ask him You will have to put as good a face on it as you can lilt you think Im going to change my face on his account George Fer guson said his spouse red and an gry youll have to think again You may bring him out to dinner right nowr Cbicago Tribune Lee Leslie Married Lee Lesley of Cloverport and Lizzie Porter of Evansville were married at he Hale House in this city Monday by Rev Lawhern Clarion i L Milton Burial Place When Milton died on Nov 8 1674 ha was burled in St Giles Cripple gate says the London Tatler tbouglII his remains were distributed In 1700 It is said and It is not quite certain now where he actually lies Earlle still the uncertainty seems to have ex Used for Aubrey quaintly tells us His stone Is now removed about twi yeares since now 1CS1 the two steppe- to the communion table were raysed I I ghesse Jo Speed and he lie together Still even at the risk of gazing at IIJo Speeds resting place by mistake St Giles should be visited today for the whole neighborhood speaks of Mil ton It was quite near in Barthol a mew close that he lay hid after the restoration till he was pardoned quit e near in Aldersgate street that h e took tbe pretty Garden house at th end of an entry that suited hli sJ studies being the quietest street 1 li1 London excellent for the studies no doubt but perhaps the reason for the flight of his frivolous young wife London Chronicle A Homea Hnnd and Feet The horse never puts his heel on the ground nor even the ball of his foot He stands up ou the very tips of his toes and tills Is In part the reaso Why he can trot so fast Dobbins heel i are half way up his hind legs and whatt we call his knees are really his wrists The pnrt corresponding to tbe upper arm Is short and is so embedded In the muscles of the shoulder that the elbow conies next the body but the horse bus only one digit to each limb and the wrist bones are comparatively smull The so called ankle then Is tha knuckle where the digit Joins the hand or tho foot anti the foot Is only a single thick finger or toe with n great nail for a hoof The lower half of th horses foreleg Is really a gigantic hand with only the middle linger and a piece out of the middle of the palm while the corresponding part of hl hind leg Is a big single toed footSt Nicholas Hint to Public Speaker Never refer pityingly to the poor This brands you at once as n demo gogue Never say anything respectful- of corporate wealth In so doing you lay yourself open to the charge of be- Ing a hired man Never use slang If you want respect able people to take stock In you Never use pure English The masses hat e priggishness Never talk straight to the point You will be accused of taking yourself too seriously Never tell funny storied They lead to the suspicion of chican cry Never praise our forefathers An cestry pride Is disgusting Never apI peal to the sturdy Immigrant leaven In our midst It riles th old familiesI I Newark News Life HlKliPHt Achievement It has been said that success consists In getting that at which one alms and being happy In It Each one should have an Ideal of what Is to be the ex pression of his or tier life If this Is attained In some degree such a life maybe called successful Hence the successful man or woman Is the one who has succeeded fairly well In shaping the actual life In accordance with the Ideals of life This requires a strength and persistence that call for continualI struggle It forms tho highest achieve ment of life Bulwer wxll says that the man who succeeds above his fellows Is the one who early In life clearly dis cerns his object and toward that ob ject habitually directs his powers From Vital Questions by Dr Henry D Cbnpln Old Greenwich Pillage Of that part ot New York city known as Greenwich village situated on the lower west Bide the Four Track News says Older as a village site than Fort Amsterdam itself Is that of Greenwich village Here when Hudson Steered the Half Moon through the narrowsI was the Indian village of Sappokanl can on a high and healthy spot watered by Bestnvars kill the same brook that until late In the last century ran above ground instead of below as now across Union and Washington squares and into the Hudson near Houston street The Pox and the Grape Every schoolboy knows that the fable I of the fox and the sour grapes Is Inaccurate from a natural history point of view says a London newspaper and as usual every schoolboy is wrong An eminent Oxford professor- on hearing the point discussed the oth er day actually brought some grapes and then went to the zoo where he tried them on a fox who ate them greedilyI HIi Difficult Petition IIIt you are going to remain in pub lie life you must do something to attract attention- If I dont attract attention I dont get reelected and If I do attract at tentlon Its ten to one Ill be Investigat ed So wlmtin I golu to loHouston Post V n act IISO you think your parents are unl just to you Willie and that your teacher has it in for you You are a poor abused martyr arent you Yes I am Everything I do Is laid to meCleveland Leader The Bookkeeper Not Rebind Mr AskerThey tell me that the bookkeeper of your firm is behind in his accounts Is that so Mr Tasker Far from It Ho came out ahead Its the company thats behind So shrt Wasnt the bride delightfully timid 1 Very She was even shy ten years when it came to elvlnsr her age TO SAIL MAY 19 Mrs Eliza Webb of Louisville and granddaughter Miss Lucile Graham will sail on May Igtb with her brothe Mr Frank Lander and wife of Hawes ville for a trip to Europe The two first namedwill remain abroad for ia 8year It will be a great pleasure to our readers to learn that Mrs Lander hai agreed to write in her own bright and inimitable way letters of her trip whip in Europe which will appear in the Clarion Clarion Not If as Rich as Rockfeller If you had all the wealth of Rocke yotsbowel complaints than Chamberlain Colic Cholera end Diarrhoea Remedy The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and ainrrboea both for children and adults Tho uniform success of thIs remedy has shown it to be superior tc all others It never foils and when reduced with water and sweetened Is shouhin blsHaynes REUNION CLOSES The Confederate Reunion closed at New Orleans last Friday with wba IS said to have been one of the most pic turesque pageants on record at a like occasion The city devoted itself to thee closing feature of the reunion with a grand display ovation to the Grayclai marchers- s Richmond Selected The sixteenth annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans formally closed in New Orleans by the reelectio of all the old officers Richmond Va was selected as the place for holding the next annual reunion O 5TOFtIAteen theThe Kind You Have Always Boughtl igoitnr Pearls From the Wabash Wes Pierson of Vincenues who found a thirtytwo grain pearl while fishing for mussels in the Wabash within the city Imits sod the pear for 13 l5 It is said that tre pearl will bring more than 1000 iiu the East George M Paris cleared 150 in his pearl fishing last week having found three that were worth J25 apiece Indianapolis News Negro Population of Missouri The negro population of Missouri is decreasing It is less in cropotion tc the white population than it has tbeen at any previous time in the history atI the State Less than 5 per cent of total population of Missouri are of negro blood There are more negroes to tbe total population in the capital city of every Stit from Missouri to the Atlantic than are to be found in any Missouri city with the single exception of Kansas City In many sections of Missouri the negro population is very small In two counties Schuyler and Reynolds there are no negroes Globe Democrat For Boys and Girls Nothing will helo more to keep the boys and girls on the farm than early in life to have some pet animal of their own Give the boys a pair of young 01 en to trait or three of the best sheep to care for and let the girls have one of those shotes or two or three good bens for their own profit But before you do this get them a copy of the Biggie Pet Bjok It tells all about pets their care and feed and will interest every 11boy and girl who is a boy or girl Price 50 cents by mail from the Wllmer Atkinson Company Philadelphia Penna New Jersey law requires that rail road companies furnish transportation to members of the legislature during the session but the passes are habitually made to cover tbe whole year Arnlin anti Portrait An artist who found It difficult to get pictures of Arabs In Morocco writes I once tried to sketch some Arabs in Algiers They constantly evaded me and at last an old Moor with whom we were on the friendly terms produc ed by constant bargaining for embroidered rags spoko to mo on the matter like a father for my good It Is not he said that any harm will ensue to those whoso picture you make It is you yourself will suffer inconvenience in the text world Allah will say to you Following your own will and pleasure you have made those figures I now command you give them souls And where my friend will you be thenWoman Was Made From an Elm Stick In the Scandinavian myth of the ori gin of woman Odin Vfll and Ye the three sons of Bor were walking along the sea beach when they found two sticks of wood one of ash and one of elm Odin and bis brothers were gods of course but the sight of the stick caused them to wish that they could arvc other gods from the inanlmato wood They forthwith set about tho task with the result that they made a living man out of the ash stick and a female being In godlike form equally as lively as the man out of the elm bll tai t VV W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier- F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident CHAS B SKILLMAN AsstCashier The Old Reli- ableBreckinridge Bank Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Deposits 20600000 Insured in every way and Protect ed by the very latest Equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited N m m N m tM m N NN N N N NN N i Bank of HardinsburgSurplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 i OFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAul COMPTON Assistant CashierZ DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard A M Kincheloe D S Richardson I IDr loss by fire or burglary on time deposits + +++ + 44+ ++ NNNNN + + m a ussss m far First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictFresiden H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited rest Paid on Time Deposits i iInt e8I I + THE The most centrally located ard only hotel In the city making a Fifth Venufirstclass rateiOnly one block from the principal l i HOTELshopping district theatres and two blocks from Street cars puss the door to all parts ottheclt if Lou I svMl e KYIi Everything neat andiclean PIKE CAMPBELL MgrIIII I I+ E 1100FIgan acre You would do it OnIfyou can buy the 100 land for 10 some where else the proposition is just as good FarmsYou can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do It 1 If you wish to Know more about It write for copies of our Texas and Oklahoma books They are free t HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Sf Louis Mo I r SUMMER THIS SUMMER IN COLORADO J Many people put aside nil thought of un outing in Col V orado because they arc accustomed to consider this greatest of American playgrounds ns one of those in possible things beyond theur means Time was when n visit to the top of the Continent was a Brent luxury as high in price as in altitude but not so today You can spend the Summer or a part of the Summer inyy Colorado and live ar reasonably as you do at home and the quick service and low tourist and excursion rates afforded vip Rock Island lints bring the Rockies within your easy reach Our booklets and folders give the whole story AlcOUIREI OEO h LIB i11 Gen Pass Agt Dist Tray Pass Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O 0J i d ij S fiy 1 cI I JPF r a l i rJI i I I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OhTIIANKSover five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please c notifyitWhen I ibiicfing a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE I PAGESd WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1906I U The railroad men didnt do itJi Some men are known by the work they refuse to do Lot of good articles in our magazine section this week I The man that opens a saloon in this town will have a hard row to hoe The Republican campaign slogan for this fall will be stand by Roosevelt Every well regulatedrilingenestles among its trees except ours It nestles among its cows d Man is at his best when he is thoroughly honest Dr John u Lewis in his sermon Monday night The label on your paper will tell an interesting little story either for you or for us How about yours Dont forget our FarmJournal This good little paper live years and the News one year for a dollar Breekonridgo county has eight banks and a prospective one for iFalls of Rough Every one of them are sound and strong tooI have a new safe hero at the oflico It reminds us as far asIi II IYc part is concerned of a rain barrel in the middle of JulyJ JJYhileall the other towns and cities in Kentuckj arc closing down is throwing hers wide open to cows and whiskey l Get ready for our HomeComing day Save your money go tot Louisville and then to Hardinsburg Lets make the old folks feelI glad they were born in Breckenridge Since we have gone into the truck garden we find that the manI t c behind the hoe must always be on the go Another thing we have found out too that truck wont come up through clods 9 After all there is a lot of good in this old world Things are not ns bad as they might be Let us try looking at the bright cheerful things awhile and see if life isnt a little more of a joy to us A majority of the voters iin this town said by their votes last Saturday that they want whiskey Let them have it and run the town in their own sweet way for a year at least Maybe by that timeI the stay athomers will wakejjbp to a sense of their duty There is going to be a Sundayschool convention at Webster May 19 Miss Nannie Lee Frayser will be there to make several talks Sundayschool workers could do no better than attend thisi meeting for there is a treat in store when Miss Fray ers name is on the programme There is no sweeter music to our ears than the click of the corn planter as it goes through the fields dropping its golden grains to germinate and blossom into a rich and bountiful harvest in tho fall I And there is no higher calling than that of tho man who from early morn until night drives that machine Governor Bob Taylor believes in the gospel of sunshine and he knows how to relieve n man choked on fried hum Hear himI be Rove in the gospel of sunshine and tho religion of life I believe in the country and in country folks I was raised among the green hills of eatorn Tennessee where the mountains are so tall you can stand on their tops and almost tickle the feet of the angels There I was raised among tho simple hearted rural people There wasnt a doctor within five miles An old man down in our neighborhood got choked on a slice of ham Ho was choking to death Something- had to bo done and dune quicklyI My grandfather got a plank three feet long and two inches wide and said to the man who was choking William get down on all fours My grand father laid the mans coat tail back and said Now William when I hit you swollow It cured him Gov Bob wants to go to Washington to represent his state in rr the Senate and Democrats of Tennessee ought to send him Any man with a softtcnder heart and with a soul full of music like Uncle Bob theres aplaco for him in the Senate Did you ever hear him on the fiddle the good old American fiddle In his hands it weeps laughs i iwhines and squeaks And with his melodious voice he pours out these soul stirring lines curlsGtOf the happy boys and girlspIn the good oldtime cotillon of Long IlgorWed like to bo down in Tennessee to put in a vote for Undo Bob CAMPAIGN FALSE ACCUSATIONS In every campaign in every public undertaking in every event which concerns a large number of peoplethore are lies cast abroadby the score for the purpose of reflecting upon the honor and charactr j of a towns best citizens Our experience of 30 years of public life I 4 J always in tho limelight of an over accusing unforgiving public mini has taught us to look beyond tho vale fn praise and for honor and look to the world for blame and accusations Therefore no heed is given to false accusations either brought upon us or upon men whom wo know to be true and whom wo know toba doing theirduty From ho beginning of tho world such thing luvo boan in oxistanca and- over shall be as long as wo are human beings Clovorport is not the only town whore infamous accusation are brought against the true men of the town it is not tho only town where tho lowest and tho highest look arms and muoh in a slid phalanx armad with false hoods to destroy the man who is trying to stand for tho goon in life Every town every city and every nation is full of such theroforo le not these things trouble you who are accused when you are right In the campaign that has just come to a close though quiet the character of many of our best townsmen have boon reflected upon by certain elements whose purpose it was to destroy the publics faith iin theso men It is all over now and tho man who manufactured tho lie is worse oil than the man whom ho intended to harm As for us wo have but few more years to live in this world and care little for what is said about tH Wo intend as heretofore to do our duty as wo see it respecting all men and fearing none We have given our lifo to Clovorport and Breckenridgo county have plants every dollar we could honestly get in this place have stood for our people and for tho upbuilding of the town and county and humanity at large Whether or not our lifes efforts havo been appreciated ware p at loss to say but let it bo as it may wo stand ready now and un1 til our lifes voyage is oer to serve our people in every just and honorable cause EKRON D S Childs S R Frymire and1 Dr U W Bunch wore in Louisville last week Mr lodge Dowell and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Neam Dowell Miss Annie Grant of Lodiburg was here a few days last week the guest of Mrs W M Frymirc A M Simpson and family were at the homo of Mr and Mrs Tom Holstein Sunday Miss Gertrude Allen visited the Misses McGlothan at Irvington Saturday and Sunday Judge J F Woolfolk of Brandenburg l attended the Sunday school convention here Thursday and was the guest of Mrs Sallio Owings Miss Lula Sherlock visited Mis- Bettie Blair Sunday and attended church at Salem Rev C C Green and Prof E A Fox the State Sunday Scho I1 workers and Miss Carrigan o Guston and Miss Gertrude Mlle n were entertained at the Lome of Mr and Mrs W M Frymire Mr Allen Stith and family an sister Rachel also Mrs Harry Smith and Miss Willie Coleman were among the number who visj ited Dr and Mrs S H Stith last week air Peak of Warsaw is hero the guest of his daughter Mrs A C CronchRev of Brandenburg filled his regular appointment Sunday afternoon- Mrs Ida Dowell of Hill Grove spent several days last week wither h sister Mrs Rob Chauiblcss- Mr Richard Willett who ha been suffering for the past two weeks from the effects of a paralytic stroke has been recently moved to the home of his nephew Mr E A Jordan Wo are sorry to say he is but little improved Miss Lillie Board of Branden burg visited her sisters Mrs Nor ton and Mrs Brown several day last week Richard Cox loft Monday for I Stephensport where he will spend some time with his uncle Sam Cox LODIBURG Edd Rhodes of Colorado iis visiting relatives hero Mrs lnikerBoardand daught er Miss Alice of Cloverport aro visiting at Win Heads Miss A B Grant was at Ekron last week the guest of Mrs Wm Frym ire Miss Ida Ator of Union Star iis visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs Aupusta Dutschke GARFIELD Jim Claycomb and sister Miss Eula attended church here Sunday and were guests of Miss Gala BrownEd Tripplot has a very sic child Mr and Mrs Robert Weather ford and Bessie B of Harned wore visiting Mrs F Mr BoardI ifi 100 Sunday Mrs Olivia Whitworth was iin Louisville last week Mrs Sallie Harned and children were visiting relatives in Hardins burg a part of last weekIThe sale at Sam Blacks Apr 28 was well attended Goods sold fairly well Virgil Smith rented his farm and Arthur Horsloy will move there for the year Miss Minnie Pool has a now piano Tom Gregory who has been very sick for several weeks is able to be out again Billio Skillman of tho West View neighborhood was in our midst Sunday Edgar Compton and sister Sal lie of Raymond visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Frankie Smith and Mrs Girtio Mattinglv visited at Ed Triplets Saturday and Sundays S C Black wife and three sons Alvin Carl and Charley started for their new home in Eldorado Okl May I1 Mr Black owns land there and if they air satisfied theyfTex Our best wishes follow them where over they go- Re Kellog Smith will preach fourthdr Sunday pm The County Sunday School Con vention will meet at Garfield th first and second day of June AII Sunday School workers and thus interested in Sunday School won are cordially incited to attend a wo are expecting a feast of good things at that time Rev Bozarth of Indiana preached at tho Presbyterian SundayenightI Mrs Gus Brown ofj Hardins burl and Albert Richardson of Louisville were the guests at their brothers A A Richardson Sundays Mr and Mrs Ira Gillirigwater of Bowloyville were guests of their uncle Shelby Tripplet Sunday Mrs Bettie McCoy is no better at this writing 1 HARDINSBURG John D Shaw returned home heswas the guest of relatives severall days Miss Tida Mercer has returned homo from a visit to relatives iin Louisville Dr Tom Gardiner of Madison yule was hero last week on a visi tIto his mother Mr and Mrs Jesse C Payne of West Point are visiting Mrs Mary C Heston v Chas H Moorman a promi I nent young lawyer from Eliza bethtown was in tho city the firstI of the week on legal business oftthe county were hero Monday to make arrangements to go to work on tho roads Eugene Beauclmmp of Clifton asbusiness trip John P Haswell Jr returned from a trip to Cincinnati Sunday CUSTER Grandma Oliver is very feeble Ab Oliver spent two weeks in Cin cinnati under a specialist for surgical treatment He thinks his health will he permanently restored Mrs Jim Haynes Is very sick Baby Alfred Taylor is sick so is his little sister Luis IRVINGTON A party of young people chaperoned by Miss Ellen Mnnford spent xTJfeprs day evening on Sinking CreeklncMrs L B Moreman and 4 uiaI Bennett left Sunday for gMf1b Mr ana Mrs A W Moremaiiibf Bran tJen burg Mrs Pomp McCoy will have on Satur day May 12 for sale and a number ot styl isb leady to wear and drees hats at reduced prices Ladies call and see tnem Miss Gertrude Allen returned to Ekron Sunday after being the guest ofr of Miss Eva aud Mable McUlothlan for a few days A protracted meeting will begin att the Methodist church on Monday even ing May 14I Mrs Pomp McCoy and children were in Owensboro Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs Will Guff and Mrs Will Rob insMrs G T Marshall purchased while in Cincinnati last week a pair of black hearse horses Consideration not known Mrs J R Wimp and Katherine will leave next Monday for a visit to Henderson and also to attend the HerndonNorris wedding which willI occur the eveningof May 15 Mr and Mrs F H McGbee left Monday for Brandenburg to attend the funeral of ale brother Mr June McGhee Srrrrrrrrrr t OF ALL WILL BE ON NEXT I flitilAfAS1AA SAMPLE I Miller was in Hardingsburg Walls attended church here Sunday Miss Znla MoKanghn was nero Mon day shopping Miss Lucy Jolly was Jn Cloverport Sunday School here every Sunday evening at 280 oclocu Mrs W Beauohamp who has been ill still impoving Miss Mannie Miller of Haidina Dunr was hero Thursday I Dowell was in Cnion tariiloWednesday business tI Floyd Armstrong made a flying trip to Bardinsbnig SundayrM Miller and little daughter rMary Judith were Uloverporti Saturday Miss laracio Dowell and Mr Carl Armstrong were the guests of Miss Lillian Dowell Sunday Mrs Nell Gibson and little son Hay who have been visiting her mother at Owensboro returned home yesterday Dew Drop DUKES Homer Tindle went to Loalevillo Monday business Ben and Hilons Basnam attended the party at Richard Powers Goering Saturday night Sunday School was organized Sunday owith prospects of a good Sabbath schoolEdward and Alex Powers and sister Miss Senada attended church at Clo verport Sunday Mrs Susan Sanders and children Chambers spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter Mrs Bulah Bas ham Mrs V Robertson and litte dau ghter by their maid left Bar lnsburg yesterday for Louisville where they will spend few d- aysPOLLED W I W R S SOW will exhibit their celebrat1Show bull ORANGE RING Hardinsburg May 14 This is the second prize bull of America and it is worth yourFtime to see him He is two yearsrr old and weighs 2150 lbs orrr rarrrrrrrrrrkyrrrrrrrarrrrrrKrrr rrKrr Krrrrr C itICEs I Ifr f I 1 iOur wagon is now making daily trips Thereiwill be no change in prices this year viz III i Less than 25 pounds 50 cents per hundred I IJless than 100 and more than 25 40 cents per 4 100 pounds and over 30 cents per 4f4hundred4A No discounts 8 d Wagons will leave factory at 6 m your boxes ready and dont keep drivers A waiting Everybody must use coupon books if you S 4 K have none ask for one ft ji t i sjSfI I sj rf AwA A+I4AAARAAAAAARAAAAAilRCSAAAAAiIAitAAAAi1A lgAAAAg4W4l J 1 rrvtrrrrrrrKrr yrrrrr II grandesttIi = PICNICSQ tr JULY 4thII t ItAt Tar Springs AAkilililAkAAitilitRitA AkkAA i Sundayi I D C j Saturday shopping H t in H on t H in r on U accompanied a i M DURHAMSMOORMAN 6 9 i a havejji j v It I 0 rrrrrrrrrtr Prrrerrrrprrrrrr r rrrrrrrrtRrrt ri 3 t GRANDEST PICNIC ever THE in the County will be at Tar Springs on next July 4xMore Honey will be spent on it more means will be hact for your amusement than ever before The itheiiting and the famous springs will all be their in their grandeur Tar Springs will look like another place a more beautiful place by July 4 It will be worth even coming miles to see We will have a- MERRYGOROUND ll i+ J 4ready4j JJulyJi PATE HALIDAY Props LL- 71SIWA AASIaIA 4tAiaflkA IA PAAAAkAWAA AAAAAiti11kAitE f ft S s i i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS1i V MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 919Q6I1RTTWO SUCCESSFUL SCULPTRESS 4l Miss Evelyn Longman of Chicago It Awarded Fifteen Thousand t Dollar Prize of To Carve Bronze Doors at Annapolis Naval AcademyHas Attained Fame Through Her Figure fII Victory at St Louis Fair j When tho now bronze entrance doorsI t of the Annapolis Naval Academy are i tcompleted and hung in place there willl j exist another monument to the skilll of American women Colonel Robert M Thompson who presented theseI doors to the academy as a memorial of the class of 68 stipulated in making f the offer that the design selected for r the doors should bo awarded by compo talon the winner to receive a prize o 15000 There wero thlrtythree com petitors for this prize an unusually S large number and the designs submitted are said to have been of a high degree of excellence The votes of alll five Jurors were cast for the model pre sented by Miss Evelyn B Longman of i y Chicago II 41 i r 0 Jj THEe CHICAGO EXPOSITION 1 Miss Longmans design has two pan ols representing Peace and WarOn the peace panel Is a figure symbolizing BClence an old man in an attitude of Seep thought explaining a difficult problem to two students of the acad t emy On the war female patriotism is represented by a figure sym bolical also of the home the protection of which is assumed to be the reason for the existence of tho navy Under her draperies Is a coat of armor and with one hand on a cannon she points a with the other to the distance where u masts of ships show the destination of the marching figures in the back groundInp upper panels of tho door arc oakrleaves over the war panel and olivo over that of peace In the lower panels wreaths of the same leaves inclose to r i names of naval heroes In the transom is the dedication to the class of G8 r and above the transom Is a group rep Ayresenting Fametwo laurelcrowned pfigures on either side of an altarlike pedestal with an inscription to John J Paul Jones whose bones are to rest a in the crypt oftho chapel The pedes ta JssurmtJunted by a tripod from t r which issue flames symbolizing endur s ing fame Award to Woman Unprecedented womantithe artistic history of the country and a bright future Is predicted for the young sculptress r oneayoungerxK whose assistant she has been for the last four years x S Miss Longman was born in Win chester Ohio her father Edwin H i Longman being a musician and an artist Drawing was one of her childish sf amusements and she began modeling i without instruction in the art depart ment of Olivet College Her work there k attracted the attention of Lorado Taft towho Invited her to enter the Chicago Art Institute as his pupil She did so r and during the first year paid her ex penses by doing library work Then she was made an assistant instructor r in the school and a year two later she came to New York where she i8t tttLDr beehme I 1afsintto Mr- x A Taft She Is rather proud of the fact that she has never studied abroad and also that she has been able to meet all the expenses of her artistic edu cation herself Sculptress Is Already Famous The best known work of Miss Long man is the bronze figure of Victory which was carved for the Festival Hall at the St Louis Worlds Fair For this she was awarded a silver medal At the close of the fair the original was brought to the Chicago Art Institute A bronze reproduction has been purchased by the Union League Club and will adorn the entrance to thoclub rooms Another one of Miss Longmans works which has won commendation is a bronze figure of Death which she recently completed and which is to be placed on the Story monument in the cemetery at Lowell Mass WOMAN CIVIL ENGINEER NosfOffer to do to China Miss Nora Stanton Dlatch grand daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stan ton is now a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers She Is the first woman admitted to membership and it Is said there was not a dissent rr or ing opinion offered when she was proposed for membership Miss Blatch was the first woman to get a degree of Bachelor of Science in civil engineering at Cornell University Sho took a four years course finish- Ing among the first five of the class Since her graduation she has been draughtsman In a big bridge concern She is now considering an offer from China of a place In one of tho corps of j engineers organized by that country j for tho development of Its railroad j system The offer came too from a young Chinaman who was taking a graduate course at Cornell while she I was there The graduate student was sent hero it is said not only to in crease his technical knowledge of en gineering but to obtain for his country the best engineers to bo had Ho watched Miss Blatchs work closely and offered her a place An ostrich egg weighs about three and a half pounds It Is less delicate in flavor than a liens egg although perfectly eatable It la a curious fact that ostrich eggs will keep fresh for two or three months The flesh of th- oMriehitself I lsedlble being not unlike I lfl1l1avorveal f w N SAN FRANCISCAN HORROR Terrible Destruction of the City by Violent Earthquake and Flames Fire Results In All Parts of Metrop olis Geological Scientists Say No Connection Between Quake and Vesuvlaa Eruption It was during tho repose of early morning the Springtime sun was casting its golden rays over the Sierra Nevadan and striking down Into the peaceful slumbering valley of the Sacramento All the Western Hemi sphere was at peace with the elements Suddenly there came an awful growl- Ing and crashing beneath tho very cen tre of San Francisco and In a tenth of tho space of time required to describe tho event falling walls and fire com bined to work on the metropolis of the Pacific the most appalling natural ca lamity which has occurred on this continent since the landing of the Pilgrims The destruction that has been accomplished is almost incalculable The inferno of flames which burst forth simultaneously In various parts of the city was rendered still more terrible by the repeated quaklngs of tho earth by which the rescuers were In mo mentary danger of being burled with the dead beneath the falling structures The very earth Itselfour own mother earthproved as treacherous as a deadly snake and the usual ocean breeze by a strange perversion of na ture hauled around to a point where it fanned the flames to Intensity and became a deadly agent of destruction The general dismay of the populace was augmented by the constant roar of dynamite explosions made In a vain effort to check the progress of the flames The vast pall of smoke that blotted out the sky did not tend to nIle viate the general anxiety Yet in such surroundings calculated to Inspire uni versal panic and madness there were performed numberless feats of heroism that will remain on the scroll of time as illustrious proofs of the nobility which Is hidden beneath tho surface of ordinary life Cool heads and brave hands with stout hearts behind them performed their work of rescue In tho very face of death and even the Indescribable horror of tho earthquake was overcomeSan a rich and proud city has been swept by fires before and has phoenix like arisen from her ashes Moreover she has more than once experienced earthquake tremors which were to say the least injurious and menacing But America is a cemented nation The disasters of one section bring together in one grand sympathetic bond the inhabitants of the others all anxious and Insistent upon holding out the helping hand and voicing words of sympathy to the afflicted sister States cities and towns throughout tho entire Union have of fered unstinted assistance In the way of money food clothing and medical attendance with which to relievo the want not only of San Francisco but also tho other California cities and towns which have suffered with the metropolis of the State No Connection With Vesuvius Coming as this disaster did practi cally coincident with tho Vesuviau ca lamity In Italy many persons suppose that there was a direct relation between tho two This Idea however Is logically contradicted by Director Charles D Walcott of the Geological Survey Mr Walcott holds that there is no possibility of a connection between tho earthquake and the Italian volcano for these two are entirely dif ferent scientific phenomena respon sible for such earthquakes and vol canic disturbances Great earthquakes says Mr Walcott are never caused by volcanoes but by faulting plains This is particularly true of both seaboards of tho United States Mr Walcott and other scion lists of the Geological and Geodetic Surveys agree that scientifically the recent disturbances were caused by conditions identical with those pertain- Ing during the earthquake which demolished Charleston S C on August 31 1886 Volcanoes occasionally cause shaking of the earths crust but the disturbances occasioned by pentup gases seeking to escape are felt only locallyThe cause generally attributed to earthquakes is the gradual cooling of the earth which is known to still be a molten mass inside When any object eartheas it grows colder This contraction would unavoidably cause a disturbance r In tho already hardened shell that sur rounds the inner mass That shell must give way at some point Aside from the contractions of tho earths surface another cause is given that might affect the changing bf the sur face of a given part of the world This cause Is the accumulation of a vast weight of sedimentary deposit brough- down by rivers For example the Mis sissippi River is entirely made up of the deposits of the streams washing down from higher lands The weight of that deposit would be difficult to calculate and resting upon a portion of the earths shell might occasion its sinking This theory is held by some scientists In connection with the Cali fornia disaster for the Sacramento River Is the depositor of vast weights of sediment in the Pacific waters near San IranclscoIGreatest Natural Disasters of History pompeII and Herculaneum de stroyed by eruption of Mount Vesuvius A D 79 more than 20000 lives lost Earthquake In Constantinople thou sands killed year 557 Catania Sicily 15000 persons killed by earthquake year 1137 Syria 20000 killed by earthquake year 1158 Cilicia 20000 killed by earthquake year 1268- Palermo earthquake 6000 lost year 1726 Canton China 1000000 lost by earthquake November 30 1731 Kuchan North Persia 40000 lost earthquake year 1755 Lisbon city ruined by earthquake 25000 killed November 1755 Aleppo destroyed by earthquake thousands killed year 1822 Canton earthquake 6000 lost May 27 1830 Calabria earthquake 10000 lost year 1857 Island of Krakatoa volcanic erup tlon 30380 lives lost May 27 1883 Eruption of Mauna Loa Hawaii 79 killed year 1880 Isle of Ischln earthquake 2000 lost year 1883 Charleston S C earthquake 41 lives lost August 31 1S8C Bandalsan volcanic eruption 1000 killed July 1888 Island of Hondo Japan earthquake 10000 killed October 1891 Venezuela earthquake 3000 kilted April 24 1891- Gautlmala earthquake great loss of life April 1902 St Pierre Martinique Mont Pelee May 1902 loss of life 40000 Vesuvlan towns destroyed by erup lion of volcano April 1906 400 or more killed San Francisco April 18 1906 earth quake followed by firoqTHE SURGERY OF THE AX CIENTS What is known to modern dentists as bridge work was familiar to tho Etruscans as extant specimens attest according to an interesting article In the British Medical Journal Plaster cars noses and lips were common among the Indians where tho cutting off of these features was a punishment much iin use and Greek and Roman veterans who had lost a leg or an arm In war tried to make good the deficiency by artificial substitutes It iis stated further What is said to bo the oldest artifi cial leg in existence Is now In tho museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England It was found in a tomb at Capua Pliny speaks of a Roman warrior who a century and a half be fore the birth of Christ wore an arti manipulate a sword In tho Middle i Ages artificial limbs sometimes re paired the disablements of war ThoI Iron hand of Goetz von Berllchlngen was an ingenious piece of mechanism made for that famous knight in 1504 A century later an artificial hand was worn by Christian Duke of Brunswick Ambrose Pare devised artificial limbs with movable Joints which were made for him by artificers of whom Lor raine a locksmith was tho most famous Pare devotes a special chap ter to tho means of repairing or sup plying natural or accidental defects In tho human body He describes ar tificial eyes and noses an artificial tongue and an artificial palate At a later period Father Sebastian Car melite monk made movable arms and hands In the earlier part of the sev enteenth century Peter Lowe in his Discourses on the Whole Art of Chlrurgery gives representations of artificial legs About the middle of the same century Falclnelll a Floren tine surgeon mentions the use afar tificial eyes of silver gold and crystal painted In various lora g h P h LAYING CORNERSTONE Impressive Ceremony Incident to Construction of New Cap taI Buildings SpeakstCannon Both Masons Are Princi pal Actors 10000000 for Sen ate and House When President Roosevelt on AprilI Hth laid the cornerstone of the new office building for the House of Representatives It marked the beginning ofr Improvements on Capitol Hill which will make that section of Washington comparable with the ancient hills ofr Rome and Greece crowned with mag nlflccut buildings in which met the solons of ages past This new building occupies a square and Is about a hundred yards distant u j I I W LPRESIDENT RnciSEVElT from the south wing of the Capitol with which it is to bo connected by an underground passageway through which members of Congress may pass back and forth from the kglslatlve hall to their offices There are 410 office rooms providing a room for each Representative In Congress and Dele gate and leaving vacant nineteen rooms for a future growth in the mom bership of the House through a reap portlonment of districts or tho admis sion of new States Tho House annex and the Senate office building also under construction at the opposite end of the plaza are being put up to provide for the members of the National Legislature quarters absolutely needed for tho efficient transaction of public business The great growth in size of both branches of Congress ha sl caused the Capitol building to be enlarged but this was only sufficient to provide tho necessary space for the assembly halls of House and Senate and the committee rooms the loft in many cases being small and badly ventilated Under present conditio Individual members unless they hap pen to be chairmen of committees have no offices and a badly congested condition exists Realizing the need of one great legislative centre w he Senators and Representatives may concentrate their activities and b comfortably quartered Congress three years ago authorized the construction of tho House and Senate office buildingsSenate Ceremony Next Fall Tho House annex was started first and is in a more advanced stage of construction than the Senate building though the cornerstone of the latter may be ready to put in place next Fall I It Is estimated that the two buildings together will involve xn outlay of about ten million dollars In size and design they are Identical they occupy positions balanced in their relation t0I the Capitol and are planned to fit Into a general architectural scheme The height of the buildings has been restricted that they may not overpower I the Capitol and they have been ke I simple in design without pediment- domes i I or other accentuated points prevent their detracting in any way from the effect of the Capitol itwir The exterior design for the buildings classic suggesting in its general division of parts the Garde Meuble in tlu Place de la Concorde Paris while the pavilions are modeled on those of the Colonnade de Louvre Architecturally the front is divided into two parts the storyrof the building constituting a rusts cated base on which extending through the second self third stories Is the colonnade surmounted by its entablature and balustrade It is be hewed that the effect of the two flank Ing buildings will be to give unity to the whole scheme and to emphasize architecturally the great beauty of the Capitol all of the lines leading up to and centering in its dome Work Progressing Rapidly Although the digging of the trenches for the House office building was be gun less than a year ago the structure is now up to the first floor line To hasten the work Elliott Woods Super- Intendent of the Capitol directed that construction begin before all the speci fications and contracts were complete This was done through letting out the stone contract first by authority of the House Building Commission It is cal culatod that both buildings will be ready for the Sixtieth Congress- In accordanco with Masonic tradi dons the ceremony was conducted in tin1 open air in a simple unostenta tious manner In every detail It corp sponJpd as nearly as practicable with the historic ceremony in which President Washington participated The articles placed In the cornerstone were largely identical in character with those deposited in the original Cap tolstone by Federal Lodge and as both President Roosevelt and Speaker Cannon are members of the Masonic order the occasion in every way har monized with the spirit of the cire- I mony directed by the Virginia Jurisdic tion In laying the cornerstone of tilt Capitol Let this 900 Gravity Washing Machine do your Washind Free CrAnnneenpowe4lcailedOrnyltyhelparan1Wn wuhlnK vet hRrnln this power we make n work tor Gravltrn9power take hold and dots tho b irdc t part And It makes tbli machine torn almoit as eai j ni a fitPTde wheel does flruvity you know li what makes a atone rou down Hill This machine hRs Jnut been Invented and we call OrevuTSaenerrCI bottom of the tab These slats act as paddle to owing the water In the nime direction rou revolve the tube You throw the Rolled clothes Into the tub first Then you throw enough water over the clutbes t float them Next yon pot the heavy wooden cover on tnpflf the Clothes to ancbor them and to press them down This COYer bas slats on Its lower Hide to grip the clothes and hold them from turning around wbtm the hireall ready for onlrkand on y washing You grafp tho upright handle on tho aide of the tab and with tt you revolve the tub onethird war round then gravity pulls It the other way round The machine must have a little help from yon at every swing but Gravitypower does practically all the hard work You can nit In a rocking chair and do all that the washer require of wild can run It easily CuU or clothes When you revolve the tub the clothe dontmove nut the water moves like a mill race throaeb tea rlnlh Inapwateroutoteverytoldoapy water run like a torrent This Whew It Carr ie away all the dirt from the clothes la from stxtoton rnlnntM bribe deck thlahrlanywxAaIt will wash the flnestlnce fabric without breaking a thread ora button end It will wash a b1 dirty totwentyWasherAthan any able washerwoman could do the Wclothes in TWICE the lime with three tlmot the wear and tear tram the washboard This Ili what we SAY now how do we PROVE HT OravltjWaeherfreeofcbrlleW pocketsNoDO security You may ae the waeherfonr weekjltonr urentoe If ou 1Id U wont waeh BS Dlan clothEs InI itntio0athat T conY1ncedwork better and doe It twice as enuv ws could bit done by hand you keep the wachwe tUlltispaldfolUemembertbaUOI8otills chine pares yon every week on your own STou a wuKijerwomaTTii later We Intend that the 1000 Orarll1 waaherehallyLrluI tIt and that cotyon nothing You dont risk a cent from first to lost and you trialWeWashers on a months free trial and tbe only trouble i We va bad baa been to keep UP with our orders Could wo afford to pay freight on thousands of poelUvelJltNOWyoa afford to bo without machlue that will do your washing In HALF TUB TIME with holt the wear you can have that n achinetoramonthatreetriat and let itPAYFOf aa111mU a openaaeptyoulektfaehett0orrSYoan 9t ToroO tlaoad4 t j 1II News I The Breckenridge r WEDNESDAY MAYO 1906 t n Tutts PillsI I FOR TORPID LIVERIjj A torpid liver deranges the whole gystcm and produces SICK HEADACHEI I Dyspepsia CostivenessRheu- matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS LIVER PILLS as a trial will prove Take No Substitute = ANNOUNCEMENT kr J t For Congress Wears authorized to announce the liON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county us rI cBndldllto for Congress In the Fourth Co- nihoDemocraticpartvhlet V to the action n i French sailor hata Mrs J M Cor drop V Allen Pierce was in Louisville Satnr day r D H Severs was at home las iweek t Hhaiinsby Bros sell umbrellas centsHenry Gibbs was in Louisville Sat arday Chas Moorman was home from Var saillesISunday I Mrs Jennie Mogan was dblpiitfro Bolt Monday Mrs Philip Kramer was in Hender lion last week + Pattern bats acid lace creations I tiJ M Cordrey j Born to the wife of Ed Gregory y V Friday a girl John A Murray was home fro Louisville Sunday Ali Solbrig was at home fro InBI Louisville Saturday a Glasscock Co Glen deane Keep varnish of all colors f Mrs Anny Rice went to Oweusboio daystMrs C L Chamberlain was down J tfrom Irvington last week Everything In stylish individuall inilinery Mrs J M Cordrey f Miss Elizabeth Lamb spent Sunday V In Tobmsport with relatives a Sbopinsky Bros 45 cent overalls beat r j ojy cb cent overalls on tne market Mr Chas A Tinlus wag down I fromtftephensport last week shopping jb Extensive new line of pattern bats r to sjlect from A new shipment just arrtfed from CincInnatiPolk Gibson tank 4inor4 Burns of Addison was here I Scnday toe guest ot Mr and Mrs t itAoa Hall It Mrs Su Youngei was in Louisville i Saturday to attend the tunelal of Kr 4 Brashear 71If you want good paint and want iit Alcheap go to Glasscock II Co Wen 1 if deane Mr and Mis Tillman Pauley iin Owensboro and Evansville last tweeJr fL Shaplnsky Bros sell New York mill i camlet pants at 45 cents 3 tuKlnJ8tf f1 trips to Cioverport as soon as Dr fi Taylor returns Iroin New Mexico hapiusky HIpS 45 cents work shirts fi beat them all if H L Stader and W Nobo Pate 4 s were in Stephensport and Rome Mo- nA fdjiy looking for Una horses y Pattern hats nave arrivedPolk 1 i Gibson FranK = SCOTTS EMULSIONI JfI otts Emulsion is the iieans of life and of the en oyment of life of thousands of nen women and children To the men Scotts Emul ion gives the flesh and- trenxhso tiecessary for the consumption and the pairing of body losses from ny wasting disease i For women Scotts Emul ion does this and more It is l t most sustaining foodand jfrtic for the special trials ipmen have to bear mTo children Scotts Emul L gives food and strength growth of flesh and boned blood For pale girls- r thin and sickly boys Scotts j mulsion isa great help y Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemIsts 9415 Pearl Street New York 50 and S 100 r all druggists li 1Uyrne Severs was at home Sunday Irve OBrien was at Inme lust week Shapmsky Bros shoes ore the swell est nUll cheapest in town New line of pattern hats just iIn from Cincinnati Pohc Gibson Frnnk Best sorgham on the market at 30 cents per gallon at Glasscock Co Glendeane 111 r and Mrs Wm Hotline visited her father in EvansvIlle last week who is very ill If yen want a Rood plow shoe one that fits well onti wens well go to Glasscock C Co Glemleaac lira Cbas Wendelkin and daughters have leinrneil from Louisville Mr Wendelken will return this week A goof ten cent hose at C cents a pair at Glapscocn C Co Glendeane Mrs J H Stites was down from Louisville Saimday assisting the local W C T U in the temperance elect ion Clarkes soool thread 4 cents a spool a special price for next Satur day only Glasscock R Co Glen deane tWOOL DELIVERY ItFarmers second annual wool IeHv cry will take place at Irvington May 15 If yon need wool bags call on E H Shelman- I Please have wool in as nice condi tion as possible 11DrP W Foote UNION STAR Mm Sarah Brnner has returned home lifter aweeks stay with her sis 8tel Mrs Alex Shelman Miss Sarah E Hase of West Point is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Jabo Haynes InMrs S W Cart and mother Mrs Mahala Parr were quests of Mrs J Spoors last Saturday- Dr Jas T Milner of Patesvillo visited his mother a few days last weekC M McGlothan of West Point was circulating among his friends a fewdays last week Mrs S W Bassett entertained a few of her friends at 1142 last JFrldny evening Misses Maggie Cart and Halhe Severs visited relatives near Shiloh last Saturday and Sunday Lafie and Jesse Stewart of the U S armv for three years received their discharge the 21st dav of April are now at homo shaking hands with their many friends Jesse thinks of reen listing The store room vacated by A M McClure is receiving n new coat ot paint on the inside There will be new goods put np soon Miss Dasv Hall and Sallie Cashman wlo have been slightly indisposed the past week are rooupeiating We are in receint of a letter from Miss Emma Tate and daughters ot Deland Cal They report of bovine refelt the earthquake prettv severely but no damage was done in that place A B Cart accompanied by hisI friend Mr Smith of Glendeane visited his parents Mr and Mrs S W Cart Saturday and Sunday = Miss Artie Chappell entered the Normal at HardinRburg last Monday SheI is preparing to teach this fall Roy Bassett visited his cousins Davis and Allen Bandy near Lodi ison Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs Ed Gregory PATESVILLE Ben Powers of Dukes was in town Thursday Matt Jarboo was in Owonsboro a few days of last week Odis Kinder Tobinsport is visiting relatives at this place Dr J T Milner returned from Owensboro Sunday where he has been spending several days Rev Oldham tfilled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday evening and Sunday morning Bonnie Basham of Dukes at tended tho entertainment Friday evening at this pUico Messrs Isomer Tindle Thurman Rowland Buell and Bennio Bas ham of Dukes attended Sunday school at this place Sunday afternoon I wish to correct a mistake that twas made in the items of last week It was Dick Travois who sold a horse and buggy and not Dick Tawvor He is the son of John Trn ors of Bolds Spring Tenn J T Milborno a carpenter of this place while building a kitchen for Mr T W Harmon fell from tho top of it Friday afternoon and was badly injured A CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm iMquickly absorbedaS qAcUgaeOtN Its Rtllel at oncea h- It clcnnsrs soothrs heals protects e the diseased mom brano It cures Ciu 5 L9Aetaaway ft Cold In tlio pcW UEEstoresTusto and Smell full size tOct + at Dru gists or by mail Trial Size 10 cts by mail ElyBrothers 55 Wnrren Street New York Miss Anna Lamb closed hoi spring term of school Friday afternoon at thjs place Miss Anna and her pupils prepared some nice exercises which were given at 7 p m The panominc of Hock of Ages was excelle- ntSTEPHENSPORT Miss Bettie Leo Dix Owens boro is the gue t of Miss Paulini MoormanDr Louisville was in town Sunday Rev Hoskinson Sebree passel through on the evening train Thursday with his little son Wesley a corpse taking him to Stith ton for enterment Ho was a very bright little fellow and loved by all who knew hUllrrhe parent have our sympathy in their sor rowDr Ncvitt Brandenburg has located here It A Brashear formely of this place died at his home in Gas City Thursday morning at one oclock of heart failure He was to have gone to Louisville on that day to erect a monument to his wife8 grave who diedonly a short time ago AY Gibson and family won guests of Mrs Sallie Bennett Sun day Roland Smith left last week for the West to purchase more horses S II Dix has sold his farm to Mr Elcxander of near Leavens worth Mr Dix will move his family this week in with Mrs Georgia Sargent Mrs E Blain and son William are in Louisville for a few days Mrs Bettie Napper attended the funeral of her brother H A Brashear in Louisville Saturday Mrs Frank Ferry and son Miller were the guests of Mr and Mr and Mrs E H Miller last weekMrs Geo Driscal has returned from Louisville accompanied by her sister Grace Dr Shrader of Evansville was here last week looking for a loca tion and thinks he will probably locate here ILonnie Smith and family Hard insburg were the guests of Mrs It A bmith Sunday Miss Nannie Hall Union Star is the guest of her aunt Mrs H A Smith Miss Blanche Martin was tho guest of Miss Corinc Conn Sud day A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cores all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seuilanal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatismand all irregularities the kidneys and Bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble In children It not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box U20 St Louis Mo Send for test imonials Sold by all druggists READ THIS MUledgeville Ky Jan 1 1003 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SlrI have been a great suffurer tom kidney disease and was treate by ray home physicians with no bene fit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully Mrs Eliza Ficst Mrs Stella Reynolds of Marshall Texas IB oxpeo ted home to visit her mother Mrs Wm Mullen soon Mr and MrsHanks were down torn Holt Sunday the gnest of Mr and Mrs John WoJsenbiug b O t 8mm IRopreeentingI WI DENTISTSOF 4IDa I r i i be In Dr LlRhtfoots oillco oneitgweek out of earli month prepared to p IV IVVIlft on all wishing Illfili Class Den Jj r J i Date will be announced later 1 L L =orr rns B ADKISSON 1DENTIST J l WEBSTER KY Jrn I will come to your t tm home and do your dental fi U appliancesl j J used Satisfaction guar jj 1 ffi anteed Write me fui CC- Wrts t JiAdvertisements Inserted under this head Bt one cent a word per week GOO D house painters wanted at once James Owensboro Ky SENDYour order for building mliterllll to 1luntng Mill We are milk lag cut prices to reduce stock SENDElgbt tents III postage stumps and I you one of tne latest vocal or In strumentul pieces of music Address Mark stein Plano School of Correspondence AIIII lessons for one year ten cents each mailed 72 West 136th Street New York City WANTEUTo trade fruit trees for lumber on Jno D Ilabbaec Clu verport Ky FOR SALE PRINTiNO Presses and CutttnJ machine lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Oasollni EnKlnesMAHTIN OAHLE SIt 3rd Street Louisville Ky- 11ENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all point to which bomeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On tbt first and third Tuesdays of end monthOne way Colonist rats to Californii and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1006 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Clover port 5i07A5I stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville TS5 AM No 143 Dally Mall ana hxpress leaves Clo stops at all wuy stationsarrlvesLouisville 1235 p in Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 pm stops at all way stations past of Cioverport uxcept iMystic arrives al Louisville 735 pm Train No 148 Dally Cioverport accommo latlon arrives Cioverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodatlor eaves Cloverport 6OOa m arrives Evans rule 900 a in expressleaveslawesvllle dwlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Kvansvllle arrive St Louis 750 p m Train No 143 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cioverport 740 p moo Evansville 103C I B11statlonsI train leavesClo erport 1111 1111 arrives Evansville 135 AIL St Louis 740 A M stops at Ilawesvllle wensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains Iii and 144 between xmlsvllle and Evansville Through sleeping tars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville aid St Louts Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No2 daily oxcept F nday leaves ordsvlllo 430 B rtlvos Irvlngton 840- d III Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves ordsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvington 52C pi in Train No6 Sunday only Fordsvlllo 630 am IrvlnKtoii903 a m WEST HOUND Train 03 Dally except Sunday leaves rvlnpton 650 am arrives Kordsvllle ZN5 pmTruln i No5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p m arrives Kordsvlllo P 23 P ni Rov Heysor was at home lest WOOK He has beRn transtorred from Mich gan to Chicago by the C te 0 Coal Coke Co for whom be works Mrs Walker Board went to Holt last Thursday afternoon tor a short visit Form there she will go to Lodlburg and thence to Louisville to reside Mrs Frank Ferry returned to Louis rille Monday She had been on a visit to her old home in Stephensport Mr and Mrs Chase L Weeks Mrs Ed Minter Mr and Mrs L Pearce anl son Star F of Louisville were upsts of Mi and Mrs A C Midkiff Sunday Engine No L was out on a trial trip Monday afternoon having been in tbe Shops for several montbs She is now aid to be one ot the best engines on tbe road u I rn MEET ME AT NOLTES Do you know the storkA- ND ftj what he is doing for babies II If not drop into our Infants Department any day and ask to see the Stork GoodseFor the good Stork believes in Babys Uight8the right to be sweet and comfortab- leI avid happy so hes made a fabric that will solve lots of perplexities for babies and mothers both This is called stork shooting it is perfectly waterproof pliable aseptic and sanitary It contains no ruliber and is d odorless Used on babys crib it protects the 2 bedding perfectly without discomfort to baby 11 Pants Catchall Bibs Traveling Baby Bags Etc I Let Us Show You the Goods I e I J C Nolte BroJCloverport Ky JI I1 l it OF GOOD U i judges of good flour ore saying nice i things in favor of r X iHH im kil CADICKSkili i1 FLOURai praise are iiaij justly merited i Let us Induce you to toy It for yenta HHHnjiselfI Each customer is his own lMst iF judge and should try for himself that 1he may fully appreciate the merits of iiHRthe goods he is buyingMAKERS MAKERSCaI Inr1 0I X l j11 safeguardV iI customers More oYer we freqtently do it un i known to them asi oppor fl tunities often come to us in 111 confidential ways IIn- LET US HAVE + fi fiYOUR BUSINESS IpI I I t torus prompt M careful attention Highest t I j timeii l1 IXSUIIKD AGA I N S T1 1 LOSS BY FIUK AND jt II UUHGLAKY CONSEK iFATIE BOA HD 01i m pmI r Bank of Cloverport Cloverport Ky jlj tl U r The CommeucPiuent exercises of the Cioverport High School will be held at the Methodist church on the oveninj of May la Friday An address will be made by Pi of A S MorTensie of the State College at Lexington The members of the graduating class are Misses Jennie Mable liarris Margaret Moorman Ray Heysor Jane Smith Martha VilliB nand Polk and Kathrino Moorman I IW D Wilson of lIcQ bud was in to tee us Monday This is Mr Wil sons first trip to the city tor severilI years He says a large orop ot corn has already been planted at McQnnily anil about the seine amount of tobacco will he grown this year as heretifoie Local talent the Moonshiners Dau ghter tit Lowisport and Howtsvillo Friday and Saturday nights respective lyl The nuaieuces were fair Rev L S Sanders was here last Friday and prearhel at ToblUsport I Sunday I Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr A- r1Ir1r1No Waiting HerexI 1 Just tell us how much g 5lumber1 1 have all kinds OfC Framing material xx- y and choice Poplar and jj Walnut is ready for1 51 you Thats the thing un M able to get so quick x before A yourAj i Your House Barn or j Stable may need re 5 Ia pairs tREEBER US Seaton Weatherholt j iGloverport Ky ia 1 IF YOU WANT TO BUY SELL OR RENT A HOUSE OR FARM r Write me I can do1 it FOR SALT One three room cottage in Cloverportjift A tract ot land lying G miles from Cioverport containing 100 notes well improved Price SOO A tract of land lying 4 miles from Clovurport containing 100 acres Price 1jOO town lot in Clovurpott 100 feet front by SWO feet deep A few shared of stock iti a corporation paying n diviceml of 0 per cent per BIlUUl t V G BABBAG- FAtty at Law Office Main St Cioverport Ky Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MiKon bottles Does this record otmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle is 4t Ten Cent package of Groves Blade Root Uver Pms J s 4 T j 1 Ii 1qtr 1f t THE VESUVIAN TERROR S Vivid Description of Great Ertip lion Which Rivals Porn iwiis Destruction The Famous Italian Novelist Manor J Crawford Tells of tho Terrors of the Big VolcanoHistory of For I Imer Eruptions The whole world looked on awestruck at the recent fierce outbreak olf I stupendous and devastating force lu the Bay of Naples Tho eruption of Mount Vesuvius lIB believed to bo the most destructive since the days of Pom- peII A D 79 The whole story of the eruption of 1906 Is a sorrowful tale of stricken victims devastated vineyards ruinedI homes and torror stricken flying peo ple and It Is hard to realize that the same scenes have been enacted there so many times before Pliny the noted ancient historian described the eruption of Vesuvius inI the year 79 in a series of letters to Tacitus This letter described a dark cloud rising in a single pillar from the crater of the mountain and from thisI a column spreads and upon it rested a great roof built by Invisible carpen ters Resting ever on its single pillar like a great mushroom this roof shut out the sky from all those wide acresI extending sixteen miles away Thei light ashes of the fire from Vesuvius descended like snow upon Pompeii burying It to great depths Ilercu lanoum was drowned in a sea of vol canic mud Those who have read the letters of Pliny find similarity in the description written by the noted novelist Marion I 1 Crawford There is probably no other f American living who Is so well ac r quainted with conditions as they exist 1 in Italy He has taken up his per T7manent atiodp in the Italian hills The j p VESUVIUS INt life customs and mannerisms of the Italian have been pictured by him In etorles which have made him famous In his cabled description to the New York Times Crawford stated that the recent eruption of Vesuvius had been grumbling for many weeks before the outbreak which did the Incalculable damageSmoke TwoMiles High An enormous volume of black smoke rise to a height of two miles above the crater he wrote Incandescent masses of stone are thrown up 3000 L feet A continuous southeaster wind t carries the ashes over Naples which IB so completely enveloped In darkness that for three days our communications by sea have been cut off FlMiires have opened far below the cone emlting many streams of lava one of which has completely destroyedh the town of Boacotrecaso 10000 Inhabitants Another has reached the outskirts of Torre del Greco Others have destroyed thousands of acres of fertile cultivated land with farmhouses and stockJThe great cone of Vesuvius col lapsed with awful thundering and flames and the cable railway the ob senator and the large hotel near It were all totally destroyed The lava carried vast masses of burnt stone and sulphur on Its surface like dross on melted lead and nothing was visible toward Boscotrecase but endless acres t of dark scoriae broken here and there by the greenish curling smoke of sul phurAt one point we found a great pine tree torn up by Its roots and turned to black charcoal the air was almost unbreathable the heat intense The I faces of the people who crowded upon the edge of the arrested stream ex pressed terror of exhaustion from re cent panic Feeble Attempts of Man Useless When the stream of fire threatened Boscotrecase soldiers dug a wide ditch across its patch In the hope of dlvert Ing Its course but the molten stream 1advanced like a colossal serpent of fire turning its head to the right and left as a snake does but keeping its general direction toward the fated town It was not till It reached the first house sending up great showers of sparks that the people finally fled for their lives I saw men women and children and infants whose mothers carried them at the breast or in their aprons Dogs too and cats were on the carts and sometimes even chickens tied togeth er by the legs and piles of mattresses I and pillows all white with dust under y the lurid glare We ourselves could I hardly breathe This dispatch corresponds exactly in detail to Plinys letters The same flaming mountain and shaking earth the same stifling smoke and ashes the I samo terrifying darkness and the same I helpless distracted crowd stretching t vain hands to their gods for succor Originally Vesuvius was in the form of a single cone Later eruptions have broken down the southern side of the original crater leaving the northern semicircle which Is called Monte Somma A smaller central cone had grownup within the ancient ruin Itti- s this Inper cone that had Its top off Before the recent eru- ptionjjjjjjjjjnjjjjjj of P In prehistoric days Vesuvius was probably twice as high the top having been blown off centuries before the eruption that destroyed Pompeii Since the year 1631 Vesuvius has never been wholly at rest In that year 18000 lives were lost The clouds of steam that came from the rush of water Into the hot mass below the surface condensed and toll In a boiling rain that scorched everything with which it came In con tact The very sea drew back the skirts of its dark blue robe and then swept forward again far beyond Its old limits The last of the great convulsions be fore the recent one occurred In 1872 Then like this one there was a great lava flow together with throwing up of burning rock and the fall of ashes upon the surrounding country Vesuvius is one of a group of similar mountains in the Mediterranean Sea its comrades being Etna Stromboll and Vultano which last gave the name to all mountains of this kind That In turn was called after Vulcan the god who made the armor for the fighting deities of the ancient world and forged the very thunderbolts of Jove himself Ills workshop was under Mount JEtna There the Inhabitants of the hillsides heard him shaping great masses of iron with his terrible hammer stroke while the nameless slaves of the forge dimly Imagined creatures of that old day blew the gigantic bellows and held great bars In place while the master worked The Greeks with even their learning did not inquire into the scientific reasons for the mighty utterings of the mountain they knew what the awful roar of those volcanic mountains meant And our wise men with their figures and books know little of what j Is going on in the fiery caverns under the earths thin crust Nature soon heals her scars Already we are told In dispatches spots of green have appeared on the black ened sides of Mount Pclee and it will not be very long before the olive and the vine and the clustering villages will find their way back again to the slopes of Vesuvius ERUPTION TO RENEW OLD MISSION San Juan Caplstrano Will Live Again After Long Years of Silence All who have heard of the picturesque old Franciscan Missions of California will be Interested to learn that San Juan Capistrano the most poetic of all these ruined structures which contribute so much to the foreign look of our Italy is soon again to be made the centre of religious activity and that after nearly a century of neglect its buildings are to be restored to their original estate Tills mission is on the railway llne between Los Angeles and San Diego and by reason of being visible from he railroad is to Eastern travelers per ops the best known of all California missions except Santa Barbara and San Gabriel which are among the regulation sights for visitors to Southern California With the restoration f San Juan Capistrano and the resumption of residence there by the Franciscan Brotherhood It too will no doubt soon become a tourist resort The first year of the American Independence saw work begun upon this ancient edifice In what was then a vast wilderness Inhabited only by Indians The site is In a lovely sequestered val J b Ii ley which beginning tack In the canons I of the coast range winds among I grassy knolls and great treeless hills out to the Pacific upon which It opens three miles west of the mission With the aid of the Indians over whom the padres exerted both temporal and spir- Itual dominion the Franciscans established here the most pretentious of all the California mission churches In tead of being constructed of the customary adobe brick of the country It was built of stone laid out In the form of a Latin cross with a great quadrangle adjoining HerecloisteredIIII administering to tile I of the Indians and gathering t he fold of the church the fathers sot them to the care and the cultivation otJhe land which ylenJed great wealthI cattle sheep gnfin grapes and hIve q Destroyed by an Earthquake On the morning of December 8 1812 all without warning came a great catas trophe While the church was crowded with kneeling worshipers a shock of earthquake visited the valley and toppled the great stone tower over upon the roof crashing through which it burled the congregation beneath the wreckage of beams tiles and stones and upward of forty human beings lost their lives In the twinkling of an eye This earthquake ranks In sever ity with that of Charleston In 1886 So great was the disaster that although the mission continued to be conducted 1 THE OLD WELL IN TIlE COURTYARD for twentytwo years longer no at tempt seems to have been made by the padres to restore the church edifice and it and its adjoining buildings and cloisters have remained to this day an imposing and beautiful ruin Touched gently by Times hand dignified In out line and rich in color it Is replete with subjects for the artist and is the ad miration of every traveler With the restoration of the buildings the in tention is to create here a college for the priesthood as at Santa Barbara and to make of San Juan Capistrano an Important factor In the work of the Roman Catholic Church in Southern California J THE LOVE OP AlARIC Beneath the outfiung branches of a mighty oak tree a giant who had stood sentinel in that lonely dip on the wolds for twice three hundred years two men wore standing figures made more or less theirI the rays of a big conical antique pattern that the elder of the bloOd1lessto the giant tree beneath which ho stoodAn aged man was Zachary Doy his back bent by years of hard labor such as few of the modern generation of la borers know a man who had been an experienced farmhand while the man beside him his master was atlll puling Infant aI The old fellow set down his lantern on the ironbound earth His quaver ing voice stabbed the silence Now do ee barken unto me Master Alarlc he said slowly Ive served ee faith ful you and your foyther afore ee for nigh on fifty year and I toll ee master that what ee do purpose for to do is again all right and reason This yore oak treethe Kingscoto Oak as all the countryside do know her for to beha bin here as a land mark and a pride for longer than us poor souls can reckon To cut her down do mean as I bo right well as sured that Kingscoto luck will fall wi un If so bo Alaric KIngscote broke in upon his garrulity with a forced laugh If KIngscote luck could fall lower than It has Zachary ho said bitterly you need have little fear that I would touch bark with axe Now hear me old friend This tree represents the last thing upon the farm that can bring in the money I must have to tide over the bad times In store The merchants have offered me two hundred pounds for the tree Theres only one rotten limb upon it Theyll come tomorrow with their carts and take it away He laid his hand upon the old mans shoulder Get you home to bed Zachary he added gent ly You can do nothing here Its 9 oclock now By midnight with w THE QUADRANGLE OK TIlL MIsSIONII luck the Kingscote Oak will bo down Tho old follow looked wistfully In to the handsome taco of his young master Master Alaric he said hoarsely Ive flftyflve pun three shlllln and flpenco apenny laid away In a hole In the floor otny cottage If so be as thatll save the Kingscoto Oak why1 Go home with you Zachary Broke In the young man roughly though his roughness hid an emotion almost too for any wordsGo home and IIdeep bless you old friend thrust his roughened hand across his eyes Without another word a strangely pathetic bowed old figure he turned afid shambled off across the field toward the stile into lUft lane that led to the Uttwtthatched c istbt bM benbls home tore so many years He never once looked back For a few seconds Alaric King scote stood looking after him then with a strangely fierce gesture the young fellow flung off his roughjtwee coat removed the Cardigan waistcoat that covered the breadth of his chest and turned up the sleeves of his coarse flannel shirt At the foot of tho oak lay the wood mans huge axe that was to be the Instrument of death that was to cut short the growth of centuries Alaric Kingscoto swung the great weapon aloft and the cold starlight ran along the shining steel Like some Viking warrior of old like the reembodiment of one of his Saxon forebears Alaric brought down the tool of destruction with a bluw that gashed deep Into the corrugated skin of the oak The doom of the Kingscot Oak had been proclaimed- As ho stood braced up for tho second stroke the bulging sinews of his fore arm responding to the generous rise of chest and thigh muscles a curious run1 troi behind him caused him to swing round with a faint cry Then 0 lowered the axe with amazing gen tlenessAnother figure had appeared upon the scenethe figure of a woman clad In a cloak of fur that hid the contour of her form- Damaris The word fell from the young mans lips like a caress II softlyYouThe Kingscote Oak must go It is the last link between me and the work house for It almost comes to that relationshipbetween more binding that tho ordinary ties existent between casual acquaintances of opposite sex Each seemed to accept the situation as inevitable Then the hurriedlyYoull dear If you stand still without your coat In this bitter cold Let me hold the lantern for you while you work She snatched up the light He appliedhislamplight threw a warm glow over his weathertanned face and muscular arms v For a time he labored on his whole being concentrated on the performance spacohethe mighty bole of the oak showed how sure had been lila strenuous endeavors V hen he ceased she broke lute quick speech- It seems Incredible she murmur ed that you a Kingscote of the same race the samo blood as ourselves should be forced to toll like thisliko cameIarmIa kiss that could not be mistaken for a more cousinly solution Damaris Kingscote he said steadily enough let us be frank 0110 with the other What are the facts I am the poor relationthe blot on the family scutcheon of the squire proximityIloothes to bear upon mo and mine All that he could do to ruin me he has done and heaven knows that ho had been successful enough The girls eyes brimmed over with tears Alaric was quick to note her ready sympathy and he gripped his axe anew tho silence vibrating once more with the ringing cadence of his rhythmic blows- Presently ho rested once again Damaris 110 said did you ever hear the legend that runs In our branch of the family that but for some strange whim of chance I should have been in the squires place today the ruler of the destiny of Kingscote Glebe Farm From father to son the tradition has been handed down that Nigel Kingscote the cavalier juggled In some unknown way with the laws of successionthat It was not the son of the eldest son who was your own fathers ancestor but mine that could tho truth only be known aright I should be reigning at Kingscoto Manor in stead of being what I ama pauper fated to cut down the family tree to raise a pitiful sum of money that must be procured Damaris stood speechless and Alaric once more resumed his heavy task Finally after long and weary toll the end came With a cry to tho girl Alaric flung down his axe and leaped backward His hand sought hers Side by side drawn apart from the tottering giant they stood as though spellbound the only spectators of the end of so many hundred years of silent strenuous majesty And even ns the mighty tree went shuddering to its tremendous fall a crack as of a pistol shot foreshadowed Its overthrow Tho noise came from tho one rotten bough that the tree had possessed a huge limb some halfway up Its stem which now do tachlng first from it parent crashed down at tho very feet of the wondering couple Nor was that all A metallic tinkle accompanied the crash Damaris was the first to recognize tho solution of the puzzle It was a metal canistera long timestained box of rusted tin closed at both endsa thing of mystery of untold possibilities Sho picked It up and as she did so one end fell away The canister contained nothing but x stained yellow piece of parchment apon which something was written In a closo and crabbed callgraphy archaic hard to decipher Alaric swung tho lantern up from the ground What Is It Damaris ho asked breathlesslySlowly the girl read out the following amazing declaration Mayhap a day will come when that which I Nigel Kingscote do set down here In writing In the year of Grace 1647 and do hide In the hole of the Kingscoto Oak may he sete out In the cleare light of day And even as Esan of old did sell his birthright so flo I Nigel Kingscote head of the house of Kingscoto renounce my right and the right of those who come after mo to be the true and lawful possess ors of the faire lands of Kingscoto ManorYet not voluntarily doe I this but for tim life ot him my son Know then that I must flee the country Cromwell the regicide hath dcrfled that I shall di Therefore have I or oc given my Infant son to my younger brother James who will bring up my son as his own Thus It may como to pass that the descendants of Nigel my son may bo passed over In the right of succession by the descendants of Richard the eldest son of my younger brother James who stands well In the eye ot Cromwell tho regicide and renegade And that this bo true and that Nigel supposed younger son of James Kingscote of Kingscote Manor be really the eldest son of Nigel Kings cote eldest son of Alaric Kingscote father of Nigel and James and there fore heir to the Manor of Kingscote Its hereditaments messuages and all that do thereto appertain and his seed hereafter him if so be there should be any I do most 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Pennsylvania Coal company at Saltillo 0 by fire Flames damaged business property at Calumet Mich to the extent of fro eon t That Tired FeelingI- s a Common Spring Troubler Its a sign that the blood Is deficient in vitality just as pimples and other iJ eruptions are signs that the blood IB impureIts too which only the hazardous fail to heed r Hoods Sarsaparilla and PillsRemove it give new life now courage strength and animation They cleanse the blood and clear the completion I Accept no substitute r i felt tired all tOO time and could not sleep After taking Hoods Earsaptrlll a while I conld sleep well and the tired feeling had gone This great medicine has also cured me of scrofula UBS U K Zoos Gllead Conn Hoods Sarsaparilla promise to eure and keeps the promise For Quake Sufferers New York April SOThe New York and Philadelphia American leagu teams played an exhibition game on the Washington Heights grounds and the local men won by a score of 11 to 3 This was the first Sunday game ever 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Greece In the year 325 B C as Sir Walter Raleigh some 2000 years later carried tobacco from Virginia to Eng land But even so late na 150 A D sugar was still a rarity in Greece The famous physician Galen used It as a remedy for certain maladies Recent experiments show that sugar has re markable sustaining power when eaten by those undergoing great fatigue The invention of the first process for refin ing sugar is ascribed to tho Arabs and a Venetian merchant IB said to have purchased the secret from them and Introduced the process In Sicily The refining of sugar was first practiced in England about 1039 Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture IFor more than twenty years Mr J B Massey of 8322 Clinton St Minn eapolis Mimi was tortured by sciatica The pain and suffering which he endured during this Mine is beyond comprehension Nothing gave him any permanent r hef until he used Chamberlains Pain Calm One appli cation of tnat liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible 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cured me permanently of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my life Ancleat Salad The lettuce was deemed by the an cleats the food of the dead because when Adonis the beloved of Venus was mortally wounded by a wild boar the weeping goddess laid him upon a bed of soft and tender lettuce whose milky juice possesseo soothing and nar code qualities Lettuce was eaten by the ancients attht close of their re pasts as from Its cooling qualities It was considered an antidote to the heating effects of wine The bitter herbs which the Jews ate at the passover were wild lettuce succory tansy camomile and dandelion and this same race are the Inventors of the sale ad compounded of oil vinegar sugar salt and mustard to render the bitter herbs palatable The Irish two centu ries ago made their salads of sorrel wood sorrel and beet chopped with vin egar beer and a little sugar but no oil salt or mustard Headers of classic history will remember how a lettuce caused the cruel1 death of Cambyses king of Persta and Media and of his consort who nan also his sister The strike in Chicago brought to a stop work on 0000000 of new build ings in Chicago and affects 115000000 of improvements contemplated during the summer New York clothiers have started a movement to raise funds to assist heirFrisoo bretbern to resume busl Hess Loans are to be made for a limited time wIT t Interest Mrs James Younger was In Louis vine llast week = =Ladies Home Journal for May News Office o A GLIMPSE AT HAVANA There Are Many Objects of Imterei In Cuba Capital While the ears and the eyes of the tourist in Havana are filled with the din from day to day and far into the ulgut of the major notes of the citys strenuous life the strident gongs or thousands of carriages the equally n ilsy gongs of the trolley cars the masses of color and the strange scenes all about him the minor notes of The teeming life begin after a few days to make themselves heard and these have an equal attraction and charm Th street venders Ot Havana and their often melodious cries and occasionally the reverse as for instance the rasp- Ing cry of the peanut vender when a concert Is on at Central park or the Malecon are as interesting to the aver age globe trotter to whom Havana 1Is but a brief stopping place oh his rounds as to the more serious observ er to whom everything in a new land appeals as worthy of attention The street sellers have their hours and their ways ond each appears at his appointed time A seller of sweets at dawn and a seller of mangoes otter sunset are alike inconceivable The seller of balloons sounds a small metal pitch pipe such as musicians use while the scissors grinder trundles his wheel and gives out a small plaintive air from a set of reeds Frequently the performer embellishes the scale with fugitive grace notes according to his talents and taste and the plain scale becomes quite a musical compo sitionThese two do not Intrude upon one anothers methods The balloon seller and other balloon sellers will use a pitch pipe while the scissors grinder will use the reeds and so with the others The sellers of fruits of shoes of bread of flowers of notions and count less other small needs of the people have their individual mannerisms and cries and very quaint they are too The tourist will naturally search out specimens for himself and as there la no dearth of good material he will make discoveries at any hour of the day In frequented as well as most un frequented streets Some of the more prosperous of this street tribe own carts hauled by diminutive donkeys or own ponies on which they pack their wares You will even come across even more diminutive out fits in which a goat Is the motive power and verv often the goat will be caparisoned with bells and plumes in Imitation of the American horses at tached to the merchandise drays which are ornamented with great colored plumes and bells and brass studded harness For the tourists needs and desires the great stores on Obispo OReilly San Rafael and other thor oughtares in Havana will be found sufficient for all demands Obispo is an ideal street asphalt roadway wide concrete sidewalk overhead awn ings that stretch from housetop to housetop which make a delicious shade and coolness in the beat of the day and stores where the finest of French and Spanish and American products are on exhibition fans jewelry brica brac silks laces are here in the great est abundance of the richest and most ornate workmanship and at moderate prices The visitor will not soon weary of these most attractive thoroughfares Cuba Review Irvlugn Wonderful Self Denial There was one special act in Irvlnga young life on the stage that has a lesson for all young artists When in ISoO having then had three full years of experience ns a player he got a three years engagement in London and made his appearance at the Prin cess he came to the conclusion that his work was not yet good enough for metropolitan favor So he resolutely bent himself to the task before him and with the reluctant consent of his manager canceled his engagement He went back to the weary routine and labor and hardship of the provinces till the time should come for a more wor thy effort When we remember that a London engagement was and Is the goal of an ambitious actors hopes and that it means regular work and regular pay and an ever increasing opportunity for distinguishing oneself we can un derstand that his self denying resolu tion was little less than heroic When however he did come again seven years later be had his reward He came to stay He knew his work then and knew that he knew It His record from that on was an unbroken one of success and honor His fight was won Success Magazine Hunting Bird With Greyhound The great bustard is the rarest bird that comes under the category of game This bird formerly haunted all the level counties of England and was particularly common on Salisbury Plain From the reign of Henry VIII repeated measures were passed hi or der to protect Itj and It is expressly1 Included under the head of gam In the statute of the first year of the reign of William IV which codified and reformed the laws relating to game The close season for bustard shooting was and is from the 1st of March to the 1st of September But the native bustard is now extinct In England The last was killed at Swaffham in Norfolk In 1838 Any that have been shot since have been merely casual visitors probably com- Ing from the plains of Saxony The causes of the disappearance of the bustard are firstly the sport they afforded for they were hunted with grey hounds as well as shot secondly the Increase In the amount of cultivated landThis largest of European birds weighing as much as thirty pounds ould no longer find any sufllclent sup port on the closely cropped plains of Snglandr London Qoten 1 4 r t Ii flrr v FIGHTING A GRIZZLY FEARFUL CLOSE RANGE BATTLE BE TWEEN HUNTER AND HUNTED A Italy of Bullet That Only Made Bruin More Feroclou The Bear Killed IIU Victim Before a Deiper ate Shot Ended Ilia Career They bad met by chance In a corner of the lobby of the WaldorfAstoria and had been telling stories which bad made the eyes of some of the bell boys bulge All of the narrators were dress ed in evening clothes and to all appearances had never so much as soiled a finger with powder smoke One bad recounted his sporting exploits In the Adirondacks and had told with great gusto how many deer be had shot in one day and how many of his guides had complimented him on his skill Another said that duck shooting was his special hobby and that he had come clear from Cannes France every au tumn to kil these birds along Chesa peake bay There were also stories about the shooting of partridges and grouse and one member of the group related with a great many ands tbens and suddenlys how he kill ed three quail He had just received the applause of his hearers when a lean Individual strode into the circle pulled down his slouch hat another notch and growled Ever hunted grizzlies 1t The voice so nearly Imitated a griz zlys growl that it captured the atten tion of the hunters at once although none of them answered the newcomer Hope I aint butting In said the lean faced man but that quail story made me think of bow an old Ephraim tackled a pal of mine once As the bear put up a little more fight than a quail would my pard isnt able to tell what happened like our friend the bird hunterIt plain to see that the group of sportsmen did not welcome the new comer yet his last remark aroused their Interest despite themselves Be fore one of them realized what he was doing he asked Did the bear kill him rThe question did not evoke a direct reply It only made the intruder rub his eyes as if a mist had fallen over them and then clear his throat before he saidI my pard had the most ter rible handtohand battle with a silver- tip as was ever fought Before It end ed the beast had fiftyfour bullets In him Ill tell you how It happened Up in the foothills of the Rockies in the state of Washington where we had a ranch some of our cattle got loose and we started out to find them There were six of us and after we had found the trail of the steers and was fording a mountain stream called Teapot creek one of our bronchos be gan to snort and rear up as If be was in agony But he wasnt or at any rate the agony was only mental The horse had hardly begun to dance when we heard the peculiar growl of the grizzly which as you may know has something of the grunt of a hog And I tell you he was a big fellow As soon as I saw him I had a touch of that ague which petrifies a man so he cant raise a gun and just lets the benst walk right up and swallow him Ephraim was standing on his hind legs and eating off the lervlce berries from the bushes As la the way with these animals ho did not attack us but just growled as It to scare us A grizzly usually does not pick a quarrel although he Is the most ferocious Amer ican born beast alive whop put on the defensive I thought all ot us were go- Ing to leave the brute alone when one of the party by the name of Alf Ken nedy a cowboy and amidst as danger ous as a grizzly when aroused shouted out No sir Im not going to leave that silver tip insult me that way If he wants a light be can have It Kennedy jumped oft his horse be cause he regarded n man who would shoot from the saddle as a craven He led his mount to a point about a hun dred yards from the bear turned the horses bead away from the game and then looked at the magazine of his gun to see if it was full The next moment he fired and I could see the head of that bear go back as If It had been struck with a bowlder I thought he was a goner but be wasnt That brute just doubled up In order to stretch him self out the bigger He jumped up on a rock and getting a good squint at his enemy he started for him on a lumber Ing trotKennedy kept pumping the bullets into the bear as fast as he could pull the trigger but his fusillade seemed to have no more effect on the critter than If he was shooting with a popgun All at once we saw him throw down his rifle He had emptied Its magazine I thought he was going to leap on his horse and dash away but Kennedy was not that sort of a fellow He simply stood there although he must have seen that his horse at the sound of the rifle falling on the rocks had stepped several feet away making his position still more dangerous One of us shout ed to him to get back near his horse but Kennedy made no move He aim ply pulled out his revolvers one In each hand and blazed away But It was useless Those bullets only Increased the anger of the bear and made him bound forward as fast as a great mas tiff When only eight feet away a dis tance so small that ho could easily have cleared It with a single bound the griz zly stood up on his hind legs and fold ed his fore legs together as If he had his victim already In his embrace The cowboy fired the last charge of his revolvers into the heart of the animal and at last turned to spring on his horse Just imagine what a sick suffocat ng smothering feeling came over me when I saw that horse bound away d i and leave Kennedy standing tbere alone face to face with that gaping roaring monster In utter desperation be threw away his pistols grabbed up his gun and dealt the beast n blow over the head that would have killed a hnlf dozen men The force of the imoa broke the weapon as If it had been chalk and the stock snapped with a crack which echoed back from the mountains Then he drew his knife Until then I had not made a move to help my comrade because I knew Kennedy would turn and kill me tor butting in He was that kind of a tol low He wanted all the glory hlmsel But to bang back now was a crime I didnt shoot for fear of wounding ilie cowboy Instead I snatched a hatchet from my saddle and rushed forward I heard the other four hunters of the party yell to me to turn back heard them Bay the bear would kill me too but nothing could have stopped me then I saw the brute grab Kenned and could even hear his bones crack In the bears teeth The next moment I was there too But Just as I was about to dash the blade of my hatch Into the bears neck my head reeled A bullet whizzed past my ear and left a great gaping hole behind the sllve tips eat With a sputtering sort of groan Ephralm tumbled over on bls back One of the other lads had take thct terrible chance of hitting clthc Kcnuedy or myself and with wonder ful aim bad sent the lead to a vital part of the bear Not till that shot had the beast showed any sign of givlu up He had been hit fiftyfour time and bad bled by the bucketful yet be had fought with Increased ferocity to the very last Kennedy was fearfull torn He must have died an excruciat- Ing deaths The man who had shot the quail wasnt smiling any more The deer slayer and the duck hunter looked atone another and forgot to winkNev York Tribune A Quaint Offer of Marriage A quaint offer of marriage written more than 100 years ago is careful preserved In the family of the young wooers descendants It was address ed not to the young woman herself but most respectfully and decorously to her parents The father of the Betsey referred to bad ten daughters and as he was a clergyman for fifty years In a small New England town It may be surmised that his affirmative answer to spare his seventh was as qulckl assenting as It was final The wooe was also a clergyman and he and hi Betsey passed their entire marries lives In the same pastorate minister of those days living and dying with their flocks Here is the lovers plea Both reverend sir and worthy madam Soft wedlocks bands first was talked In heaven When happy man In Eden dwelt alone The smiling God a spouse did form of bone That friendship might their Joyful souls Inspire And knit their hearts in a seraphic fire With wedlock chain I wish myself to bind If from your lips the answer should provo kind Betsey your seventh I wish you to Impart That wo may join our hands as well uhearts And live in lovo and share each other cares While fleeting time whirls on with rolllni years Till grizzly death dissolves the silken chain That we may rise and mingle souls again By the Way The court crier bad a bad cold so that the duty of making the opening proclamation fell to another court of fleer who as it happened had never acted as crier This officer had beard the proclamation often enough and knew It by heart but this is what hap pened The deputy sheriff opened the door and announced Court The substitute crier rapped on his desk and within and without the bar those pres ent nreise and stood in silence whlli the judge passed to his place Then the substitute began Hear ye Hear Jel Hear ye His voice seemed to him horribly loud and all recollec tion of the words to follow suddenly left him but he pulled himself together and went on bravely All persons hav lug anything to do before the honora bio the justices of the supreme court li the jury season thereof now sitting a1 Boston within and for the county ol Suffolk may draw near and give their attendance and they shall be beard At this point he sat down but see- Ing the judge looking up in surprise he saw his mistake and springing to his feet he added By the way gentlemen God save the commonwealth of Massachusetts Green Bag Famous Carved Pulpits St Gudule the cathedral church of Brussels has a carved pulpit repre senting in carved wood the expulsion from paradise Among the animals are the bear the dog cat eagle vul ture peacock owl dove ape etc There Is an equally fine one In Ant werp cathedral The decoration la of a lavish and strfklng character fig ures birds and beasts being mixed in artistic profusion The Church of St Andrew at Antwerp contains a very elaborately carved wood pulpit repre senting the calling of Peter and An drew The figures are of life size standing In a boat Beside them is a net with fishes Wilton church near Salisbury possesses the finest pulpit In England It is made of choice mar 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visit Mr and Mrs a S Watkins Juggling With Dynamite Is no more dangerous than to neglect sl kidney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure i corrects irregularities and has curedtiinTy severe cases after other treatment has failed It builds upthe wornpout tissues and restores heap and vIgor I was troubled WIth KioSq yI complaint for about two years writes A H Davis of Mt Sterling Iowa but two bottles of Polevs Kid tl1neyt1J pthep Mrs J H Rowland was in Owens M boro last week tbe gnest of relatives T pIJIACASTORFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always foughtm iBears therr lySignature 1 f I b s- u rt n T s- qa rr re HI-to 1 lX I 1 1- f J i I v v colnped by C1tIil1 I j SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS jf It j James Adams American business s r man and graduate of West Point is in r Paris at the opening of the great war between France and Germany lIe en wgages in a balloon reconnaissance for 1 the French narrowly escapes capture by German troops and Is wrecked in Lagunayjthe Counts daughter with whom he falls in love The Germans advance and take the Chateau for headquarters rtf Griesman a German Colonel after b ward in charge of the Chateau insults I Aimee and is attacked by Adams the fight being stopped by the Kaiser with whom Adams is personally acquainted 1 Adams joins the German Hussars un der Col Lowenberg an old friend and becomes acquainted with Flcisc7 mann a gigantic sergeant who later proves to be a friend in need The army moves west to meet the French Adams Lowenberg and Fleischmann lead an ambush defeating a French column Returning to camp Adams is informed that Aimcc has assisted in the escape of a French spy Latour taking Mm away in her carriage Gricsman and cavalry arc in pursuit With Fleisch mann Adams impresses a German war automobile and rushes to Aimees aid 1t a CHAPTER Vl I was not familiar with the road over Which we were traveling and could notI afford to be reckless with Its many turns Better that I arrive a few min utes late than not at all Yet the paco tho giant automobile made seemed fu rious to Fleischmann for presently 3 I heard his heavy voice In my ear Gott und Hlmmell It Is too fastt There Is no danger I shouted back I know the machine as you know your horsc- Presently he spoke again r 4Weshall be arrested at the chateau They will telephone from headquar r ters It was a disagreeable thought I Should a suspicion arise at camp as to I my Intention the rear guard at the + chateau would be ordered by wire to r arrest us But Fleischmann rose to the occasion as he did so often In times of trouble Once more I heard his voice at I myearSlack up and I will break the wire- I glanced upward where at the side 1 4of the road two strands of wire were 1 Psupported on Iron poles or on convenient I trees I had seen the signal corps t at work and knew the system The i upper wire of heavy copper was the through line extending back across the Meuse Into Lorraine and thence by established lines south Into the Vosges Mountains where it connected with the army of the Crown Prince operating on F the southeastern border The other wire or Iron was a local running 1 only from the chateau to the headquar ters on the Aisne River It was a daring act deliberately to communication Yet i rywe I sever this line of were well into the affair now an- dr must see It through I slackened speed and Fleischmann I sprang from the car The wires were I here fastened to a tall poplar Ho 1 r shinned up the tree and taking hold of the local with both hands swung out upon It The slender strand broke clean at the Insulator and Fleischmann O dalt u V1J came down on hands and feet liken t cat A moment later we were off again at full speed But forty minutes had passed when I t saw far away to the southeast a flutter of white high In the trees It was the balloon cashthe remnants of La Jaune arid I know we were near the end of our run The Infantry guard at the gate recog nlzea my uniform and saluted as we swept through the gates At the porte 4 cochere I set the brake leaped from the car and rushed into the chateau my r e sword clanking ominously behind met change in the appearr a There was no 1 r ante of the rooms save that they wereI deserted The tables were still littered r with papers Blankets lay upon the f J y cots just as they had been thrown back when the sleepero arose It seemed a tti dead place yet with a great hope t- nlIIrrty l heart that I might find Aimee thereI J carpetedbparlors and on to the small family dinj fIngroom beyond which had been reserved for the Emperors private apartment t Ithreiv back the heavy curtain at the fr doorway A man stood thin He had- rkwnauddenlyto his feet from a chair tbyy a lmall table on which lay papers Uft by th Jle 1 ataa4 MAP DJper9rc I wore the uniform of a Prussian prlvat of cavalrydark blue with red facings and a small closefitting shako with red pompon But what struck me was his attitude of terrified surprise the whiteness of his face the stare of his small eyes He thrust into his Inner pocket a packet of papers that were in his hand his features relaxed In a faint sickly smile and he saluted Monsieur startled me he said in bourgeois French I am arranging these papers which have been left be hindDisguised as he was and with thaguilty look I still knew that some where and recently I had seen him In utterly different surroundings Bui there was no time for thought Where Is your Colonel Griesman I asked lIe Is not here He has gonenorth since daylight after the spy I turned back and met Fleischmann Mademoiselle Is not here he said nor Is Grlesman We must follow themAt the outer door I spoke to a guard who sat on a stone bench sunning himself Who Is the man within He Is Colonel Grlesmans Interpreter he replied His name Jacques Grevolr Ah a Frenchman No a Belgian I hurried down the steps Flelsch mann was already In the car To the north he said as I took my seat And to the north we went on the wing Grevolr Jacques Grevolr The name the face haunted me Then I remem bered Jacques the servile garcon at the clubs Why I had seen him only the night before I left Paris And what did he here Grlesmans interpreter eh Before I could pursue the peculiar sit uation further we reached a fork of the road and stopped In a quandary Flclschmann left the car to examine for tracks There was no dearth of these but they covered either road showing that horsemen had gone In both directions Fleischmann hastened to a small farm house near by and returned lead ing a sorrylooking plough horse Tls no great affair compared with your iron steed he said with a grim smile but I will manage You keep ahead and I will turn to the left The roads run parallel for some miles If you do not find her cut across and Join me If I do not I will Join you He swung to the saddle and rode oft at a smart gait At a small village I obtained Infor mation that a party In three carriages had passed at sunrise followed a tow hours later by a small body of cavalry So I pushed on growing reckless In my chase and running many risks on the narrow winding road At last I came upon them at the lit tle village of Vartoux Eight horses were picketed near a well Close by six troopers were lounging on the grass be neath a great tree for the afternoon was warm In spite of the lateness of the season Beyond them stood a car riage I recognized the vehicle as Aimees and hardly waiting for the machine to stop rushed toward It There was no one Inside I turned to the soldiers Where Is your Colonel One of them saluted with scant respect and pointed to a low stone Inn twenty rods up the road Thither I hastened my heart beating fast with anger and hope and fear The room was long with low ceilings ind somewhat dark On one side itrctchcd a row of small tables at one w HE STAGGERED BACK AND FELL of which sat Grlesman and his orderly busily talking The Innkeeper camo forward with a smile of welcome I waved him aside and turned to Grles man who looked up with a sneer Ah Herr Adams so you have come for the lady- I have come for Mademoiselle La gunay I replied I wish to see her at onceHe broke out Into a mocking laugh In which the others Joined Well so you shall so you shall see her pres ently perhaps But you must know that she is a prisoner of warmy pris oner She Is to be released I said hotly I heard from the Emperor your report It is said that she aided the spy La tour to escape You will prove It or release her- Griesman took the time deliberately to draw from his pocket a cigar and to light It before he spoke He know that T was burning with Impatience and an liter Leaning back and speaking through a cloud of smoke he made my heart Jeap with delight There Is nothing In the charge so far as It relates to mademoiselle for which I am glad since my regard for her Is very tender rmay wyf c rile paused to take In thIttultttecV of this thrust I was gritting my teeth hardly able to keep myself within bounds Yet I would hear him to the endI will tell you briefly that you may report the facts to His Majesty As you know Latour was to be shot at sunrise yesterday morning We decided to wait a day hoping to extract from him valuable Information Mademoiselle and her party In three carriage left yesterday morning before dawn La tour who was confined In one of the cellars must have bribed one of the servants and somehow slipped past the guard and entered the forward carriage where he hid beneath a bundle of rugs The guard discovered at breakfast time that Latour was gone but In tear or punishment omitted to report until this morning giving the spy twenty tour hours in which to get away Un fortunately for your friends mademoi selle decided to stop en route for a visit with an acquaintance and we had no difficulty in overtaking them Of course the spy is gone but we drew a con fession from the servants and had the extreme pleasure of shooting them In stead of Latour Those are the facts and you will pardon my suggestion that you return immediately and communi cate them to the Emperor- I return at my own pleasure I replied My orders do not come from you I request you to show me to Mademoiselle Lagunay I really believe that Grlcsman under rated me as a fighter How should he have known my training So without fear and as a cat dal lies with a mouse thinking to give me another playful bite he ascended to the last degree of Insult- I have told you that mademoiselle Is my prisoner As such she may not see you She is also my companion and as such she docs not wish to see you Why monsieur It was but an hour ago that she sat upon my lap all smiles and blushes andtO I sprang at him with an oath My I sword came from Its scabbard with an angry hiss lied I followed my first j Impulse his craven skull had boon split that Instant But I merely smacked I his face with the flat of the blade Say I It again If you dare You lie dog Both men Jumped to their feet The Colonel had his sabre In the air when I his orderly rushed between us Re I cried orders hemember the Emperors You will lose your commission Let him go He Is helpless But Griesman traitor though ho proved to be was no coward Thor jughly enraged by my challenge he threw the man aside and came at me with all his two hundred pounds weight I stepped back a little to get room and caught his blade on my I guard He swore beneath his breath ind struck again with terrific forcII Again I stopped himIA little less brawn and more skill 1 mby1 I said derisively You will bott weariedIWo carried the regulation German t avalry sabre rather heavy and slightly curved It was built on the American nodel and as I met his savage lunges t began to feel at home I fell nat irally Into tho old position of dofcnsi The muscles of wrist and arm came easily Into play In memory I saw the I1 treat tanbark clrclo of the academy vhere we had our dally drills I was gain In tho ring defending my title of the best swordsman of tho class Ann so without tremor or apprehension I J toed there and fought for Almeen iake and for my own life parrylnc hla nighty strokes with little difficulty hough the shock as I caught his heavy lade told on my arm so long unused to sword play I made no effort to trlke So swift was his attack and so vicious that I preferred the defensive I well knowing that eventually he would Ire At Intervals I taunted him URlnl all the German terms of scorn and umcly that I could call to mind Ilk I anger was terrible Great beads of t went formed on his brow and rolled I down his checks His eyes protruded Z his mouth opened his breath came it faster We moved around the roomI advancing retreating sidestepping either obtaining any advantage though I was certain that my play wast superior to hisrThe Innkeeper fled In terror at thee first clash and we had the big room tot ourselves The orderly stood to one side encouraging his Colonel Now and then we rested momentarily watching each other like hawks then up and at It again back and forth cut and slask thrust and ParrY until ti seemed to mo that all my life long 1 I had been doing this thing and that 1 should continue until the end of time At last my anger rose again I twisted his sword to ono sldo and pricked him beneath the arm That for a hint I cried I shall press less the next time Put down your sword and deliver tho lady to mo or you shall die traitor Tho word struck home For answer ho cursed me and came In with a great sweeping stroke that would have cut me In two had it reached Its mark But I stooped caught his blade near my hilt and with a strong upward lift and throw put him ort his guard And though It was unwise considering my uncertain status with the Emperor I was too far gone with hate and with desperation to recede My sword came down with a heavy drawing stroke It grazed the side of his head slicing off an ear It bit deep Into the muscles ot his thick corded neck It struck the collar bone shattered it and turned In ward And as he staggered back and fell carrying down table arid chair hi- blood spurted othe low eelllpf an I knew that my worlr waeiwell done r rr Tho orderly rushed to the door shout- Ing for help Weary and trembling though I was I knelt by Grlesmai side and thrusting my hand Into the Inter pocket of his coat drew out a flat pocketbook and a bundle of letters As 1 rose to my feet the six troope burst Into the room with drawn sabrr I was not ready for a fight at such odds but I appeared to be In for It At the back of the room a narrow enclosed stairway led to the upper story A heavy door barred the entrance the lower stop Jutting Into the room It was the only place for a stand and I made for It ion the run tho troopers after me Bracing my back against the door awaited their ruth The first I split down through the skull and his bral splattered over the men behind whereat they retreated staring sullenly ot their dead comrade They were heavl built and powerful with smooth shaven determined faces I know thaI I could not hold out against them But that they might not even suspect m fear I shouted at them in derision Come on come on cowards Another made at me sparring cau tlously I caught the point of his sab with my own and sent It whirling over his head But my arm was tired Al sabre turned In my grip and I could but smash him In the taco with the flat o- my blade He fell back upon the othen with a shriek of pain- I was weak from my tremendous exertions A great weariness came oyer me and for a moment my head swam How could I hope to continue the un even struggle The troopers whispery among themselves and then advanced slowly spreading out to disconcert me I gripped my sword and set my teeth for a final effort Aimees name was on my lips I felt that It was the end At that Instant the front door was smashed In and God be thanked I FJflschmanns great bulk loomed up before us I shouted to him and he rushed forward bellowing like an anirr bullThat ho was unarmed made no dll terence to this stouthearted giant That I was In peril was the mat thought The troopers turned with uplifted sabres toward this unexpecte menace I groaned at thought of who might be and gathered myself to help in tho attack But Fleischmann seized one of the heavy oaken chairs whirled It above his head and with a grea oath let it fly Into their midst Ther was a confused mixture of legs and arms and sabres They went down like nine pins and as they scrambled to their feet cursing in rage and pain Ill came in like a whirlwind and with hili huge fists beat them to tho floor One arose with ready sabre a challenge on his lips But it was his last word Fleischmann caught him by the neck shook him as he would a rat and sen him whirling against the stone wall Ho struck It headon with a crack 1IIee that of a pistol shot and fell limp with broken neck The others lay where they had fallen unconscious- I descended from my narrow refug and took my brave friend by the hand You have saved my life I said I shall not forgot Outside there was a clatter of hoofs Through the open door we saw the ter rifled orderly gallop past bound south knew that he would spread the alarn and that we must get away as soon as possible- I found Aimee In an upper room wIth her maid as I had expected I calln to her nnd she cnme to me with a sob Oh my Jaime my lionhearted talc mo away from that beast she cried and fell fainting In my arms A few minutes later we climbed Into our big car Aimee weak and pale but Inexpressibly happy was curled up In one of the rear seats wrapped In rugs and blankets Fleischmann and I were by no means comfortable In mind there was the Kaisers terrible an per to be faced the next day Yet I fell that with the documents In my pockets I could turn tho tables and since mademoiselle was innocent of offense things were not PO bad after all So we swept on through the moonlight toward Bethel We did not know that sven then the Emperor had learned by telephone from the orderly of Grles death and that a detail had been ent to arrest me and upon resistance o shoot mo on the spot To be 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four inches In diameter similar to those used by florists or If these are not available they may be shifted to strawberry boxes or to tin rims formed by melting tho top und bottom from an ordi nary two pound can used by cnnners In tinning vegetables k The heat which is necessary to un solder the top and bottom of these I t AN AID m TRANSPLANTING cane will be sufficient to unsolder the seam at the side which will leave a rim of tin about five Inches In height and about three to three and a half or four inches in diameter By tying a string around each rim It can be filled with soil and a young plant placed In this receptacle By slipping a shingle under a can so prepared It may be I I plantII sired for field planting A cut here reproduced from Professor Greens treatise on vegetable gardening shows a box of plants In tin cans ready for removal to the field und ono can opened showing the ball ot roots The cans are held together by wire twisted around them In the C nntry Schoolhoaio Missouri Is exploiting a fresh idea in agricultural training According to correspondence of the St Louis Globe Domocrat E E Laugblin president oft Ihe Missouri Corn Growers association says the sending of agricultural trains to county seats to bold farmers institutes has been a failure the farm ers not attending The plan of send tag speakers to the school districts has been more successful G B Ellis sec rotary of the state board of agricul ture has tent G W Williams the bee expert out with an assistant Into some of the southern counties and asI Mr Williams sends in such a flatter- ingf report about the attendance and j enthusiasm shown at the meetings Mr I Ellis has commissioned E E LaughlIn who will be assisted by II J Hyslap of Columbia Mo thoroughly to can vass Bates and Vernon counties during the next few weeks after which other counties will be worked The plan Is to hold meetings in the schoolhouses In the evenings Mr Hyslap will give a talk and practical illustration on corn growing and Mr Laugblin will lecture on corn rotation Corn Pointers There is a general demand for well bred seed corn Every geographic section of the Unit ed States where soil or climatic condl tions are distinctive needs one or more careful corn breeders Until the merits of a strain of corn and tho honesty of the one who sells It are known farmers should purchase sparingly and Insist on receiving the seed as ear corn The most important character corn f can possess is the ability to produce i large yields This character can be i selecii progeny of cars that have proved most productiveVitality Is preserved by thoroughly and quite rapidly drying the seed ears and storing them where they will not bo exposed to damp atmosphere or sud den changes of temperature 0 P Hartley r Plat Winter For the Weevil The boll weevil spent a pleasant win ter up to the 1st of February this sen I son and with promising prospects of his coming out of winter quarters In the counties of middle Texas and western Louisiana In fit pipe for a cam paign that will glVe King Cotton the flgh et his life over a large part of his western dominions remarks Farm and Ranch Varieties of Cotton In the 1005 variety test of cotton at the Georgia experiment station with thirty kinds under trial Cooks Im r proved stood flint In the value of total products followed In the order given by Browns No1 Laytons Improved Moss Improved Southern Wonder Tooles Improved Double Header and k Schloy tC Nitrate With Cotton Seed To apply from sixteen to twenty pounds of nitrate of soda per acre In the furrows with cotton seed is a method long practiced on the Georgia zperlmont station farm and Is strong I ly advised TERRIBLE ECZEMA ON LITTLE BOY Mouth and Eyes Covered With Crusts Face Itched Most Fear fully Hands Pinned Down to Prevent Scratching MIRACULOUS CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES 1ChenmyllttleboywaeeixmonthsII old he hadeczema The sores extended so quickly ever the whole body that we at once called In the doctor We then went to another doctor but he could not help him and in our despair vre went to a third one Matters became so bad regularholes large enough to put a finger into The food had to be given with a spoon for his mouth was covered with crusts as thick as a finger and whenever he opened the mouth they began to l bleed and suppurate as J yulIandsback in short the whole body was covered over and over We had no nightWhenever in his bed we had to pin his hands down AtroxsoRousArnotherwise he would scratch hu face and make an open sore I think his face must huefearfullyWe could help and I hadmade up my mind to send my wife with the child to Europe hoping that the sea air might cure him otherwise he was to be put under good medical care there But Lord be blessed matters came differently and we soon saw a miracle A friend of ours spoke about Cuticura We made a trial with Cuticura Soap Ointment and Resolvent and within ten days or two weeks we noticed a decided improvement Just as quickly as the sickness had appeared it also began to dIs- appear and within ten weeks the child was absolutely well and his skin was smooth and white as never before F Hohrath President of the C L Hohrath Company Manufact AUeyJUDe oChoottIItfMilled Free Uaw to Cutlot the Skin AT JAMESTOWN Charles Frederick Stansbury Where are you going to spend your vacation next year At the Jamestown Celebration at Hampton Roads Virginia IS tne rev ply of six out of ten peopleespecially young peoplewIth a certain radius of Norfolk Va the headquarters of the Exposition Company Most of the young people referred to are just now conjugating to saveup conversely andhave gotton fromI shall save up to I am saving A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES tchlng Blind Bleeding Protruding Pile hrulKlstli are authorized to refund money D rails to cure In S to 1 ppa050INTMENT Those love truth best who to them selves are true And what they dare to dream of dare to do Lo- welC83JTsDRI aBein theThe Kind You Have Always BOUKI Blgaatnr of Write Iit in your heart that every day is the best day in the year No man has learned anything rightly un til ha Knows that every day is dooms day Emerson Hee that your druggist givesyon no imitation when you ask for Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar the original Laxative cough syrup Sold Ibv all Drag lsts =So many Gcds so many creeds So many ways that wind the wind While jnst the art of being kind Is all this sad world needs2 Ella Wheeler Wilcox Keep the Balance Up It has been truthfully said that any disturbance of the even balance of health causes serious trou ble No body can be too careful to keep this balance up When people begin to loose appetite or to get tired easily the least imprudence brings on sickness weakness or debility The system needs a tonic craves It and should not be denied it and the beet tonic of which we have any knowl edge is Hoods Sarsaparilla What this medicine has done in keeping healthy people healthy In keeping np the evenII balance of health gives it the same tinntion as a preventive that it enjoys aa a cure Its early use has illustrated the wisdom of the old saying that a stitch in time saves nine Take Roods for appetite strength and env durance Adv- Telephone2 your news items to the News Office More than eighty churches and buildings devoted to religious activity were destroyed in San Francisco The idea that the city was pagan as well as gay IS a mistake One of the that things Caruso did after escaping from the hotel rocked by earthquake was to test his voice by singing the scales It was quite natu ral to think of his chief asset i CARPET BUGS To prevent before tne carpet is put down scrub the bare floor with water and turpentinehalf a pint of turpen tine to each pailful of hot water To destroy make a solution of one tablespoonful of corrosive sublimate in a quart of hot water and with this sat urate the floors and cracks of walla and closets Sponge the carpet heavily with a weaker solution of the same especially about the edges and chim neys Commoner NINE MILLIONPLOWS AT WORK Jnst think of itlI It is plowing time and there will be over 0000000 plows at work next week I Two hundred million acres ot land will be plowed this year in the United States and about 0000000 plows are on tha farms ti do the work The capital Invested in plows alone represents 80000000 Such a multitude of types of plows and plowers can be found on this old con tinent that we can bnt name a few In the great Southwest the Mohave with his three or four squaws starts for the planting ground Each woman carries her digging stick the most primitive of all plows and tne man stands guard all day wbile the origi nal farmers of this county dig the land and plant their gourd seeds In New England the oxen are being yok ed and in the Middle West the four horse teams are ready In other parts of the itoanty we find traction engines at word plowing forty or more acres a day and requiring but two or three men to do it Hearsts Farm Maga zine It is possible to obtain relief from cnronio indigestion and dyspepsia by tbe use of KUDOL FOR DYSPEPSIA Some of the most helpless cases of long standing have yielded to it It enables you to digest the food you eat and ex uriaea a corrective influence building up the efficiency of the digestive or gans The stomach is the boiler where in the stream is made that keeps up your vitality health and strength Eodol digests what you eat Makes the stomach sweet puts the boiler in condition to do the work nature de mands of ItgiVes you relief from di gestive disorders and puts you in shape to do your best and feel your best Sold by all Druggists The display and exhibIt ot South Carolina lithe land where everything grows at the Jamestown Exposition of IDfl7 will show the resources of the state and will open thH eyes even of those who possesses deep knowledge regarding the fruits of the soil and especially the southern soil Munsey magazine for May News Office Fifty Millions a Year Washington aImpetus is to be given thb movement In favor of a fifty million dollar a year river and harbor bill which the National Rivers and Harbors association have adopted as their object for existence in a southern trip begun by Representative Ransdell of Louisiana chairman of the executive committee of the association Representative Davidson of Vls cousin chairman of the house com mittee on railways and canals Repre sentative Jones of Washington Rep resentative Maynard of Virginia and Representative Small of North Caro lina The Itinerary of the trip in cludes visits and speeches at Norfolk Va and Elizabeth City and Wilming ton N C Convention of Minersv Now York Interest in the coal mining industry centers in the convention of miners which is to be held In Scranton Thursday President Mitchell of the United Mine Workers having received tho reply of the opera tors denying the last request for an In crease In wages will call a meeting ol the subscalo committee who It is ex pected will in turn report to the con vention The question of a strike will then be decided Against Standard 011 Toledo O Ouster proceedings were filed in circuit court here against the Standard 011 com pany and 17 affiliated companies In cluding oil and pipe line companies Lake Shore railroad Hocking Valley Toledo and Ohio Central Pennsyl vania company The court was asked to dissolve their franchises and ap point trustees for creditors and stock holders Miners Elect Delegates Shamokin Pa United mine workers locals in some sections of the anthracite region elected dele gates to the convention called for Thursday nut at Scranton Some ot them were Instructed to vote for a strike unless the operators grant concessions and others to support any measure President Mitchell may think best for the worklngmens Interests Oar Locked Up force It is the locked up forces within that lie deep In our natures not those that aro on the surface that test our mettle It Is within everybodys power to call out these hidden forces to bo somebody and to do something worth while in the world and the man who does not do It Is violating his sacred birth right Success Magazine F a VEGETABLE SICILIAN RenewerRenewswhat you need if your hair is faded orturning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair alsot vffiraTfcCTtf0i J J 11 Manhattan Roofing Paint Arrests Rust Prevents Decay j irPreparNlroolingsiitf Stacks Fences etc r Guaranteed five years Made only in black Write for Particulars THE MANHATTAN PAINT CO i tlCLEVELAND 01110JJ or o IMPORTANT CHANGE Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Co HENDERSON ROUTE On and after April 1 1906 all trains of this Company will ar rive at and depart from 10th Street Station Tenth and Broadway instead of from Seventh Street Depot formerly Union Depot Louisville Ky- L J IRWIN G P A- louisville Ky SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY Are you making an much off vour farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too muh money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a living on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you solittleIng profitsThere thelineacreThis See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there Tbe trip can be made at very little expense On tho first and third Tuesdays of each month you can purchase u round trip ticket to any point In the southwest on or via the Cotton Belt Route at vary I w youareandtorU C BARRY T P i Cotton Sell Route 82 Todd Building louisyille Ky I A Painless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous i conditions of the female organs which should be t t promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow Ii j I i WineTAKE i IT COMES TO WOMANS RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening pains It not only compels the pains to stop but it follows up and drives out the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back i It makes you well Try It I Sold everywhere in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER WITHOUT A PAIN freely and frankly In strictest confid writes MaryShelton of Poplar ence telling us all your symptoms and Bluff Mo I cn do my housework troubles We will send free advice although before taking CARDUI two In plain sealed envelope how to doctors had done me no good I can cure them Address Ladles Advisory truthfully say I was cured by Cardul Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co I want every suffering lady to know of Chattanooga Tenn this wonderful medicine The Sea Oticr- The sea otter combines the habits of a seal with the Intelligence and amus- Ing character of the otter When met In herds far out at sea which Is but seldom now they are commonly seen swimming on their backs They even eat their food lying In this position on the water and nurse their young ones on their chests between their paws ex actly as a south sea Island mother swims with her baby In the water When swimming in this attitude they even shade their eyes with their paws when the sun dazzles them a Potion la War The use of poison in war was once considered not only permissible but commendable and was defended by no less an authority than Wolff There are reported Instances of wells springs ponds and streams being pol soned as a military measure Even in our time Instances are numerous of the intentional defilement of drinking wa ter supplies by throwing the bodies of animals Into tho stream or pond For a good many years thn white man bas been bearing the Indians burden Recent legislation by Con gross will compel the Indian to tote his share of the load e K nook Collecting Madness The insensate craving of book col lectors is Illustrated in the case of Row llnson nu English bibliomaniac who would buy a book though he hud twen ty copies of It He lived and died among bundles nUll piles of books coy erect with dust and cobwebs Tho Spec tator mentions two collectors whoso covetousness Increased with their col lection Mr Ileber the brother of the bishop bought rill that cause In his way by cartloads and shiploads null In whole libraries on which In some cases he never cast gals eyes Of a similar disposition was the fa mous Antonio Mngllnhocchl who li said to have lived on titles and indexes and whose very pillow was a folio The old bibliomaniac lived in a kind of cave made of piles and masses of books with hardly any room for his cooking or for the wooden cradle lined with pamphlets which he slung between life shelves for n bed lIe died In 1714 in his eightysecond year dir ty ragged mid as happy aa a king London Standard The House has decided to continue the free distribution of seeds as here tofore ru PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made oy modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNscilE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE 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eatan of the stomach are all due to Indlf ettioa Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlictv cry represents tho natural Juices of digs atemacli OraIdyspepsia cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthen the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Bill of Riranswood W Va uratIwasI troubled with sour stomach for twenty rMIlo Kodol cured me and we Ire now using It U mm for baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only SIOO Size holdln 2K umas the trtII alza which sells for 50 cents Prepared by Eo 0 DeWITT fc 00 OHIOAM Chintz Royalty Surveyorialso Notary Public 1can siuvey your Lands write your Deeds and take the I acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost IYour Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky S Farm Journal five years 11 Breckenridge News one year 1911I Sh1l BOTH FOR 100 By special arrangement with the publishers of tho Farm Journr Philadelphia we are enable to c for both papers for 100 to ov now advancepaying subscr and to every old subscriber pays in advance tho Brecke+ News one year and the Journal five years both pp 100 the price of ours a The Farm Journal is oldand enjoys great adapted to the circula state and is one of t ful interesting ani farm papers publia This otter ahor without delay ao a limited time p F j Jf t r tt QUEEN OF FLOWERS 3u ArtistW t GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL 10 1 Roses queens of tho American flower garden In Tho increasing tendency of peoplel to patronize the rural sections and the steadily Increasing love for flowers BOwith the impulse to cultivate the small garden found in the city and the rural J homes brings into prominence the the flower of kings and of favorites and p of the humblest menial the rose It is astonishing what varied types In nature there are of this flower and how worldwide is its distribution Wild roses are found from frigid Lap land to tropic India The rose has the honor of being the first cultivated flower For a long time it was a rare possession but with the general and active love of nature that is a marked characteristic of the present times much his been learned about the cult ture of flowers in general and of tho p rose in particular and its special re quirements are bettor understood While verandas and trellises of J country homes may have their honey- sucklesf and lilacs may bloom In abundance nothing excels In beauty or fragrance the climbing roses when ht 1in their gorgeous and glorious bloom There is no flower beset with moro difficulties to grow yet its cultivation Is increasing The harder it Is to pro 11 duce a beautiful thing the more highly it Is prized Most Important Groups of loses of today are of complex line age for old and new species have been J crossed and recroued until now our moreLi important of these are Moss Rugosa Hybrid Teas Persian roses and a few June roses among the stiff upright ft growing sorts of medium to tall growth Polyanthus upright but dwarf and Tens of low or half re cumbent habit The latter by some 3classifiers are again subdivided into etc of which classes the teas and hybrid teas are the most beautiful They bloom longer than t other types hence they have been most widely grown For colder climates the hybrid ppr Petuals are a most valuable clas = jp E lug generally hardier and larpr I t bloomers though tty Jo not Mourn sp jf r +wfit l xyrratrs acx l- TIIE GULDEN El ILL DL LIJ long as the teas These hiv been obtained by crossing the Frrnilil and Damask roses with the Ciina rose Roses are propagated by cuttings by budding grafting and layering All varieties will not root equally well from cuttings and layers and budding la largely done The budding roses have to be care fully watched for being started on strong brier and Manottl roots they TilE OLD FASHIONED itA Unre quite apt to throw out shoots from own roots which are vigorous and soon overcome and run out the bud They may be readily discerned when they do come out for their leaves and wood aro of a different character from that of the bud the wood being covered with fine prickly spines and the leaves being seven in number of three serrations instead of five as In most of the budded kinds I Budded roses should be planted deep so that the bud is at least three Inches below the surface of the soil when there will be less trouble from the suckers The roots should toe examined altd any eyes or buds that pre starting c Upon pern should e carefnllNtaken Roses must have good air and plenty of it without being too much exposed henco an elevated situation is better than ono that Is lower or stagnant They should not however be exposed to too violent winds for tho foliage cannot stand whipping Sometimes the protection of n clump of trees Is sought but unless the plants are set well away from them they will bo robbed f plant food by tho roots of tho trwb Tn take advantage of this kind of protection tho roses should be set twcniyflve feet further away from the trees than the latters height The protection of buildings should be avoided for so completely do these stop the circulation of air that mildew and blights follow from sheltered loca tions of this character There arc however exceptions to this rulo for sometimes in an elevated position there will be suitable circulation of air even close to a building This depends largely upon the prevailing winds and tho exposure of the locality rte s olea iTHE QUEEN BEATRICEC The hot noonday sun Is very hard upon the blossoms and If the rose bed ioiild be so located as to get a shadow cWt from a clump of trees for two hours after noon such a location would In ideal Tie greatest pleasure to be derived from flowers IIs to have them for the freest possible use and to give to friends and others who may otherwise not be able to have them The soil needs to be suited and properly prepared For hybrid per petualt a heavy toil is better one that has some portion of clay in its com position The rose requires for its best development a cool moist soil and for this reason the heavier type is better carrying as it does a large amount of moisture and being also a little lower in tenyeraturo RV WASHINGTON ROSE The teas and hybrid teas will do bettor in a little lighter soil of the loam typo but for either class there must bo perfect drainage Have Your Soil Rich Tho soil can hardly be made too rich Well composted manure should be worked down deep tho bottom of tho bed or of tho rows if they are not In the latter form This should be cow manure that is of a cooler nature and bettor suited to tho requirements of tho plant Horso manure is too beating and will injure the roots if used in largo quantities Liquid manure used in a diluted form once a week after the luda4 are formed willbeI e of great value In getting tho finest blooms and tho longest bud dovelop ment Good wood dirt is excellent Fine strong plants set while entire ly dormant should give a satisfactory quantity of flowers tho first summer In planting the tops should be cut down to two or three buds Many fall at this point to prune close enough On well grown plants there is usually too much wood left The do sire to obtain blossoms the first sum mer is so great that frequently the en tire top is left to grow which is toe much for the root to support The reverse should be done for by close pruning the few buds left will develop into strong vigorous shoots that will produce buds and only by this practice can they be surely ob tainedA general to follow in pruning is to cut severely all teas hy brid teas and kinds that do not make strong growth and to cut all strong growing kinds moderately The more luxuriant a bush grows tho less prun ing will be required but the weakest growing kinds require the severest pruningWhile florists have their own way of propagating roses amateurs usually get a start of overbloomlng roses either front cuttings of the blooming wood or from cuttings of mature wood rooted during winter while in a semidormant vp swa7 well into as rulo wNE OF TilE NEWEST ROSES condition The latter Is the surest method for the inexperienced flower grower How to Grow Cuttings How can you root summer cuttings Make a 4 or 5inch cutting of a rose branch that Is coming Into bloom or Is just through blooming Cut just be low an eye leaving a small heel or strip of bark attached Trim off the lower set of leaves even with the wood Leave tho end leaf entire and trim tho leaf or two remaining back to the first pair of leaflets Insert these cut tings in wet sand up to the last eye Put them in the window and keep constantly damp until they root which should be in from 3 to 4 weeks Teas root easily by this method To root from semidormant wood About the beginning of autumn September in tho North October in the South take your cuttings Several may be mado from ono cane as pretty well ripened wood roots after this method ns well as any Make the cut tings about G Inches long Cut just be low an eye making a slanting cut and trim off tho lower leaves Now dig a hole by the parent bush Put a handful of sand nt the bottom if you have It and put in your cuttings sot ting them one inch apart and firming the earth very solidly about them Only about an inch of tho upper stem should project above the ground Put a glass fruit jar over the cuttings sinking time jar well into tho ground then bank up the earth a couple of inches around the can Let the cut tings jar and all rigidly alone until spring is well advanced It will b found then that nearly every cutting has rooted This plan seems to bo a success wherever it is tried North South East or West Nearly all hybridi teas and porpetuals root well in thisi way So do moss memorial and ratbIer roses In the culture of roses the greatestt trials and disappointments are met with In tho insects that persistently at tick them and of which there many One of the first in the early summer is the green fly or aphis How to Kill the Aphis This will be discovered on the tipsi of the bushes and also upon the budsi and about their stems The Insects suck tho sap from these tender parts and greatly check the growth and de volopment of the buds Dusting with hellebore will keep them in check or they may be sprayed with one pound o t caustic potash whale oil soap die solved in eight gallons of water This Is easy work One of these insects will be tho progenitor of over 5000 million descend ants at the end of five generations which makes the discovery and prompt treatment of the first ones highly im portantThe roller is another enemy that rolls up the leaves and also works uponi the buds eating small holes in thoi endsThen there are other caterpillars the young of moths and butterflies thatt feod upon the foliage and also upon thei buds These should bo handpicked or crashed as it is difficult to roach thorni after they have protected tbemsely- by i leavesTlichafer IB a4 Ubrowa lU that apMftniaji 4 If IfYODI HAYEABUNIONwAo g P4 VP Vt o cP t ill OufThaf Coupon III- IK + fi I Jv 0 e O I to r v Cs lifQtFREE S- p WILL SEND 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not often troublesome In heavy soil Paris green and other poisons do not have much effect upon them Arsenate of lead when used in strong solutions I two and a half ounces to a gallon I will keep them quite well In check but this material discolors the foliage In the early morning when the bugs are somewhat dormant they may be tricked off by hand or knocked into a ran of kerosene held underneath tho- branches This is a most difficult pest to control It will also attack grates j and other fruits The rose slug Is the larva of the sawfly which comes out of the ground in May The female deposits eggs In cut mado in the leaves The eggs hatch in about twelve days after they art laidThey are a softbodied Insect similar to the snail and may bo readily destroyed by dusting with hellebore or by the whale oil soap spray They soon seriously Injure the foliage if not kept incheckAnother very troublesome Insect and enemy of the rose is the rose hopper or thrips These are small white flies that como in swarms and they work mainly on the under side of the leaves A CUTTING READY TO PLANT They will fly off when you are attempt themeThe white grub Is another parasft- upon roses the list of which Is becom ing somewhat formidable This grub1 comes from eggs deposited in theI ground by the June bug or May beetle After pairing the male dies whenI the female bores down in the soil do positing her eggs from six to eight inches deep The small white grubs which are hatched from those live upon- e time grass roots or the roots of plantsIn making up the soil for the rose bed sods frequently put In tile bottom to decompose have these grubs 1 in them and as thoy livo in tho grub for for three years they frequently eat th roots of the roses causing them to wither and often to die On the first discovery of a wilting plant the soil1 should bo dug over to find the grubs v Toads Are Friends- f There are no hotter friends to have in the garden than tho toads It they could be protected and encouraged to live there they would eradicate many of time grubs and cutworms that do so much damage to garden plants The great enemy of the toad is the smnll boy Bands of schoolboys hav been known to go out and In a single day kill as many as 300 of these use fill animals Tho boys regard this a tinnocent sport being untaught and no knowing that the toad is a most valua ble insect destroyer To the lovers of the rose these dlf flcultlca in its culture great as they are are not altogether too dlscourag inc They lather incite to greater energy and determination to overcome Btheknowing that eternal vigilance fo the price tob paid to win and to- li enjoy thl qiieea and moat beautiful of all flowers U THfS BOOK WEE jpt now to select h good furnace No CS LoailcrStcol Furnacoco8tsl9 freight laid Write Hess Warmc- IIl reiiWH Tacoma Bide Chicago MINERAL Only Sure Cure MEAVE Positive and Permanent UEMEDY Absolutely Pure cvnes 10O Package cures any HEAVES ordinary case 300 Packagecnresany caie or money refunded 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nil abont Natures Laws nr pail Health and save Doctors Dills and DmglJIIl and you will enjoy many years of Life andcood health after you otherwise would lure been dead and burlettor maybe cremated fly thateounlaWhether burial F01 from DealhSQthoMaxwells Homemaker Magazine training 1011 d NOTE It you do not wish to cut the coupon out of your paper you can send in your t 1110 subscription on a separate piece of paper llj0 ONE YEAR FOR 10 CENTS me TOCutuseeverymonth M1 dbbtthiPostofflcollltllsEnclosed1year ubwtlptloni Stale whether a new or old gubscrlber getsendrromlng to you This is the UEtiT MAGA 60eZINE for the money ever publllbcd Address lu full Subscription Dept MAXWELLS HOMEMAKER MAGAZINE 111Ifpiece ot paper for name and Addteu and encloeo 10 cents for eecp sent yearly to friendl ripUGo nee aseparate r h 1 f + r v If tr Y f Closing Out At ostftE e Ii 1 t P j 1 f j fOurImmense StockOURPRICES ON I Iat Our Goods Are New hr HatsHardwareand Tinwarea of Dry Goods Clothing Shoeso AND Millinery Laces Embroideries Drugs v in this Sale will be the Cheapest in 1 CostUP TO DATEtheCountry Now is a Good Time to I Will roll Go at Buy a Supply c r I Everything Must Go Regardless of Cost All of our FurnitureWe Have Decided to Locate Elsewhere Farm Implement riustgo Our and Har splenANDWILL SACRIFICE OURRepairsdid stock afford ness will go at Cost Many No one real can bargains afford Mammothi f h Stockk off Merchandiser h d II etoo Nothing Fine line saved of to miss the Furni Harness to selecttt ture Sale At Cost Buy Now Come Early fromii d I Jo B Lewis Co Addisson Ky P J1 i t- t J t the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY n 1006 COAL FIELDS i DROUGHT UP Very lw people in Union county realize bow fast the coal lauds of Western Kentucky are beiue sold to astern capitalists The American Coal Co headed by J P Morgun A Co nave recently bought 30000 acres with all the mines in that section ot Union Webs ter and Henderson counties included Tile various cool companies around Dawson Richland Madisonville litrmont Hartford Central Uity aud- tvansvilltlIu Hopkins Muhlenbnrg Intl Ohio couutitw have in the six months bought up over 100000 acres and new railroads lire being opened Ill and built to handle this coal Indiana nud Maryland people have Bought up all the Terry coal Held for sale on the lines of Chtistian anti Hop kins counties whiib joins the mines and lands of the Tarry Coal Coke Co and Empire Coal Co A West Virginia coal company has recently bought 1SOOO acres above Central City on Green river which s t We Trust Doctors Ul If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility1 nervousness exhaust tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about itI Unleai there In dally action of the bowel polaotiniM produRU are nbturtietl cauilnR headache Liilloimieu nausea dripepila and tams N rtrtllll the Saruparllli from doing lth t I work Aver 1MIU are liver pllli Act gently all VljhlItbe by 3 C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Mao manufaotursra or J1 IIAIR VIGOR t CUREJLSJI l L ICHERRYWe have no secrets We publish the formulas of alt our medicines u Y 1 uraotically closes out all the desirable anal lands in the Western CoalI basin and every acre of it amounting to over 2 OUU 000 aores is now in the hands of eastern coal barons with np possible chance for local people to protect themselves against strikes high pi ices and coalI famines in the future These conditions have been brought about by work on the Panama canal the completion of which will produce a demand each year for 100 000000 tons of cool to supply the steamships on war vessels passing through Ibis canal together with the railroad consumption of coal operating in this trade At present the coal and coke of this country will not supply 10 per cent of this demand and for this reason coal syndicates have alworbed the coal lands Railroads are doubletracking their lines and hollaing new ones and everything points to higher prices of coal New Orleans is now one continuous coal duck for miles on its water frcnt and the same facts exist at Pensacola and all the gulf and Atlantic ports Untold millions are daily being invest ed in the ooal business by eastern capi talists and those from Europe who pie fer to invest their money in coal lands than railroad or government bonds Moiganfield Sun About Alfalfa One agricultural plant tne special one about wnicn there is the most inquiry and in which there is the most rapidly awakening interest at this time is alfalfa While as ancient as agriculture and grown in Old World since the begin ning of history it is quite new to the American farmer and the claim that it was adapted to only limited areas of the United States mainly in the Far West and perhaps would be unprofitable except under irrigation is already being disproved each season and in virtually every State It seems to have been brought to South America by Cortez early in the sixteenth century where it became especially on the west coast a staple and from there it was carried north ward to Mexico and California where it found congenial conditions and pro vlved a benefaction to the people who had been before without permanent Bad dependable forage From Califor nia awl Arizona it has found its way to the east ot the Rocky Mountains but prior to about 1888 attracted no particular attention outside of portions of Colorado 4 BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Commercially speaking county is advantageously situated having large river frontage and 75 miles of railroad running through it In 1000 popula tion 20 531 area r05 square miles fifth largest county in state Most important towns Cloverport with population of 1800 Hardinsburg I with population 700 Irvington with population of 400 Stophensport with population of 250 Cloverport offers free sites to manufacturers with freedom from taxation for first five years i municipal rate of taxation very low being only 75 cents Cloverport willing to advertise for bids on franchise for electric lights and waterworks which it needs badly now has in full opera tion machine shops of Louisville Henderson tit Louis Railroad canning factory ice factory foundry and machine shops roofing and tile works needs number of wood manu- factories tor oak beech popular elm hickory maple and walnut large supply of raw material now oa hand in various yards in city principal part of this product heretofore has been shipped in the rough out of county there being nearly five million feet marketed in this way during the present year For consumption of this at home Cloverport needs especially handle factory furniture factory bub and spoke factory slack barrel factory and firstcass planing mill for manufact tiring hardwood lumber Shipping facilities exceptionally good either by rail or river Alsohas superior quali ty of clay which cannot be excelled for pottery drain tile and for common brick also vast amount of shale of finest qualitysnitable for manufacture of vitrified brick roofing tile etc In western portion of county where Clo verport It located there are a number of flowing gas wells and there is pos itive evidence of oil only awaiting developing leases on land can easily be obtained Asphalt beds in county of consider able extent largest near Garfield Kv covers CO acres with a thick ness varying from three to nine feet ranking with the best in the world quality has been tested in Brooklyn N Y and Louisville Ky for mote than 170 years conceded to be equal to any bituminous rook found in any a r country Agricultural products of county are tobacco porn wheat oats and fruit county produced last year 000 000 pounds of tobacco i peculiarly adapted as firstclass plug tiller and usually commands gooa staple prices manufactory for this would be paying investment County needs thrifty industrious and intelligent character of immigrant settlers to make it one of most productive in the state In regard to timber resources about 51 per Cent of land is undeveloped Address Doctor Arad A Simons Clover DortNew York Commercial IWbat is a cold in the head Nothing withIgin to sneeze and snuffle Neglected the cold may grow into catarrh and the airpassages oe so inflamed that yuu have to fight for every breath It is true that Elys Cream Balm cures catarrh promptly and certainly But you know the old saw about the ounce of prevention Therefore use Cream Balm when the cold in the head shows itself All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York EVERITT SEED- CONCERNI FALLS Indianapolis May 3The business of James A Everitt and William H Everitt tae seed men who recently announced that a cobination of 100000 farmers had been formed to hold their wheat till it should bring f1 a bushel passed to the hands of a receiver to day The petition for the appointment was signed by James A Everitt who alleges that Die brother William has deserted the business and loft itm charge df a man named Wade that Wade has tied up all the orders in the local postoffice so that the business cannot be conducted in a proper man nero nearly all of it being based on mail orders disappearedIsome two veeka ago and is now said to be somewhere in California The firm had been trying to get up a farmers wheat trust and had done a great deal ot advertising in local nndIIII foreign papers It was understood farmers had agreed to bold their wheat after March 1 For some reason the bubble burst bnt James A Everitt still content that it is a sure thing and that vtheat still is being held by all mem bets of the combine which includes large wheatgrowers in Indiana Illinois Ohio and Kentucky Harry O Chanibraiu was made re ceiver and given full authority over the business OCEAN LINER DELAYED Barnacles Impeded Her Progress Across the Atlantic I This was the excuse recently given by the officers ofa big ocean liner which reached her destination three days overdue The power was there J f but her progress was retarted by the barnacles which had gathered on the i bottom and sides of this great vessel In referring to the matter a member ottbe firm of Short Haynes re marked This instance has a parallel case in the field medicine It is old fashioned cod liver oil which con tains medicinal properties capable of splendid work as a bodybuilding strengthcreating medicine yet on account of the system clogginggreasy nil which it contains its medicine powers is Impeded and Its value lost Yet we know the power is there and it has remained for two meat French chemists to find a way to sep arate these medicinal healthproduc ing elements from the oil and give us Vinol Vinol actually contains all the medicinal curative and strengthcreat ing properties of cod liver oil bnt contains nota drop of oil to upset the stomach and retard its work I in other words the onrnaoles have been removed from this famous medi cine t y us We ass every rundown nervous debilitated aged or weak person In Cloverport and every person suffering from stubborn colds hangingon coughs broncitis or incipient consump t IItlon to try Vinol on our guaranteo tosmoney if it fails Short Haynes DI uggistscEDUCATORS WONTe MEET THIS YEARS There will be no meeting of the National Educational association this year The annual meeting WES to have been held in San Fraucisco in July but the devastation of that city by earthquake and flames makes it en entirely impossible to hold so large meeting there A great amount of preparation is necessary for the hold if ing of an annual meeting ot tblsiassociation and the executive commit tee though it unwise to attempt to tt- I transfer the meeting to another city Saltiready to undertake the entertainment manageJmentleft for preparation a meeting BO hell would not be up to the standard pr fjk ous ones t WHITE FOLKS WONT STAND IT A negro has been appointed as a mail carrier on a rural route in Trigg county and the white people along the route are taking their boxes down and going to the post office for their mail ABANDONS TRIP Atlanta Ga May 8Fatner Thomas Sherman today bandoned his trip over the historical fields whichii his father Getreral W T itraversedescorting party returned to Ft Oglet II rope today A special messenger wlta i order from General Duvall came up a with the escort commanding them tot returnltMiss Lee Board went to Henderson last week to visit Vic Robertson was in the city last week from Hardinsburg To Cure a Cold in One Day D Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets PHLoneverysSeven Million boxes sold In past 12 months Tliis signature W C batx25c- a y c