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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 L11 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTI1w r VOLe XXX 45Ii 11 1 I 1r 1 I t I R- i j 11a h i 1hL1h t f i 1- hsl fJ t I t i sl 4- a i tv COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES The Commencement exorcises of the Cloverport High School Jn the Method let church Friday evening were beau tiful The seven girl graduates and their flower girls were the prettiest part ot the program The graduates marched in single column from the vestibule to the rostrum linked together by u oeantifnl chain of red roses thrown over their shoulders The column was lead by Martha Heston Wllllis followed by Margaret Wickliffe Moorman Ray Lewis Heyser Jennie Mable Harris Katherine Klyde Moor man Jane Simons Smith and Mand DeBruler POlk Miss Francis Smith played the march The invocation was by the Rev Carrie followed by A piano solo by Miss Francis Smith r Prof J P King introduced Dr A StatercollegeI found to be the Influence which one individual unknowingly exerts over another Dr McKenzie said that the more education a person had the more White Magic he possesod There Is a great deal of humor in Dr McKenzie and his talk provoked much merriment as well as thought He reo ceived much applause Going to Market as Mrs L T flied sang it captivated tne audience The crowd showered Mrs Reid with applause after applause Prof J 1 King presented the diplomas to the graduates followeri by a piano pelection by Miss Rebecca J Willis Prof King rose to thank the audiance and say a word to the grad uates At the mention ot the gradu ates the house went into a storm of cheers The grduates then received their my troubled recommended Spring AlmostCatarrhII spring la de- rangements of the body dependent on blood Impurities This an Is nearly universal arisen not the result of the teachings of tho medical has learned In the of experience Nervous Depression Depression of nervous system at the approach of spring fertile of blood impurities There general lassitude sensations continual feel irregularappetite and mos loss of sleep that Tired Ecellng feeling which the 61 the depressing of swarm immediately the Invigorating of winter quickly dUMppe when Peruna U Wren flowers Rev J Lewis delivered the benediction BIG DAY AT IRVINGTON IrvingtonKy May 22One of tne largest days that Irvington has seen for many years was that last Tues day at the wool delivery Over 13000 lbs of wool was brought here and about 144000 distributed among the people tbatday That day is long to be remembered one of Irvingtons busiest scenes SPECIAL MEETING HOMECOMINGCOMMITTEES Hardinabnrg KyMay 2lTht mittees the different matter in con nection with Home Coming Day for Breckenirdge County are hereby called to meet in the Courthouse in Hard Ins on Monday 28 1006 promtly at 1 oclock for the purpose of fixng for the celebration and the discussion of any other matters pertain to arrangements of all This is County Court day and positively the discussion can take but 60 minutes time Discuss thoroughly all phazes of the matter prior to the meeting The Committees on Finance and Entertainment are specially urged to attend M H Beard C B SKilman H Moorman Supervision Committee OConnell was in Louisville MondayEdwin J went to Hardinabnrg Friday to assist in holding the county teachers examination I Mrs John E Mills 80 Mulberry St Lynn Mass writes I have been troubled with catarrh since 1 was ten years old At times head k me so that I was obliged to stay In a dark room Nothing helped mo and my physician said I could never bo cured I began talking Peruna this spring and find myself greatly benefited by It 1 have t not had an attack I took my first bottle + and I have gained twenty pounds in three monthsI It to several of my friends who also find It very beneficial I ad vlso any one troubled with catarrh to use CPernna that a season that brings belief Is old one and has as frater nity but been bitter school the Is a source are dull heavy tired ings with some That tired Is natural result effect weather after cold ra 4 T on as Com on burg May a day said ing kinds DeH Jno Wroe since Correct Remedy Indication perfectly adapted Invigorates rejuvenates feelings appetite procures regular Delay languid feelings according directions treatment through treatment helped thousands Spring everybody Something Invigorate question Everyone experience PROGRAMME BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY SUNDAE SCHOOL CONVENTION GARFIELD JUNE Program Friday Evening SessionS Devotional Service- s815Stereoptican lectureBy Saturday Forenoon 030 Devotional ExercisesRev Shacklette 045 Welcome arllsonResponseRev Meaning Purpose ConventionBy County Sunday Wbitwortb Song Report County Department 8uperintendent Sunday School- Discussion Address People Teachers Character Building Taylor Teacher Report District Secretary County Offering County Appointment Committees SongAfternoon Prayer improve Sunday SchoolE Teaching that Touches Piggott Teachers Training JQ wellknown athlete whose Bridgeton writes from Donavin Delaware Ohio follows can say Peruna tonic of year best for and such can give hearty recommendation Peruna does prevent lassitude and languor Incident approach of warm weather in time The Peruna meets every and proves Itself be to all their varied Pernna system restores the and sleep Do Not Get a bottle of Fernna when first make themselves ap parent in the spring Take it to tho on the bottle Continue this first months of spring This course of no experi ment It has Why should It not help your A Tonic Almost needs a tonic in spring to brace nerves the brain cleanse the blood That Poruna will do this Is bo yond all who has tried has had the same as AT I AND 2 June 1 E A Fox June 2 Session D F address J B Rich J Cline 1000 lht ana of this Presi dent 1010 The Real Work of a Real School Jesse 1025 10 30 of Honor How ana Why you Should Have One in Everv t 11 00 Young and Parents on Miss Bettie 1110 The and His work E A Fox 1130 1 2 Secretary 3 and State Work 4 of Session 115 Song and 1 25 How to tne A Fox 145 The and Tells Mrs W J 2 h A Fox I Mr Craig a home address Is N J the Hotel as 1 of that as a for the spring the it is the athletes as 1 It a not fall to the to the if taken to the the normal the the Is the tho and it for Mr Warren M Taylor 1216 8th Ave Brooklyn N Y who in a recent letter from a general feeling of lassitude with occasional creeping chilli followed sometimes by fever and manifested them selves mostly in the spring and fall 1 suffered this way for about seven spring I began using Peruna and followed the instructions MM set forth In one ot Dr Hartvtans book lets which I picked up In a drug store and to my great Joy I noticed that within a week I was nearly cured At the end of two months I was entirely cured and fool aa though I have a new lease of life Natures Assistance Spring is tho boat time to treat ca 220 The Relation of the Sunday School to the CburchJ W Hughes 230 Song 235 The Sunday School as an Evanglistii agency S C Dowell 250 Primary Conterance held By A E Fox- Report of County Superintendent and How to Improve the Work to make the Sunday School GoH H Rafferty 335 Report of County Superinten to Honse Visitation Discussion held By E A Fox 400 Report of Committees and unI finished Business AdjournmentJ B Herndon Pros Norris Kurtz Set No Ice ot Local Option Contest The undersigned citizens and legal voters in voting precinct 1 of the Cloverport Magisterial District 2 of Breckenridge County Kentucky here by give notice to all whom it may concern that they have filed in the office of the clerk of the Breckenridge County Court a statement and their written grounds of contest of the Local Option Election held in said precinct on Saturday May Oth 1900 Given under our hands this the 17th day of May 1000 W H Bowmer H L Morton H H Raffei ty J O Stephens Jonn F Morton- J A Ross L McGavoca Marvel Green J H Blythe E M thirties By J S Wortham V G Bubbage and Jno P Haswell Jr their attor neys Mr F L Lightfoot and two daugh ters went to Hawesville last week to visit relatives 1 your for of system in weak to spring This renders medl cines more effective A short course of Peruna assisted by tho balmy air of spring will often re lievo old cases of catarrh that have resisted for years A Word of To those who hae afflicted with chronic catarrh we wish to say that tho spring season affords you splendid op portunity to get rid of your It may be you have been afflicted for several years you may have tried dif ferent remedies Perhaps you have be Now Is Your This failure was during tho winter months now is your Nature comes to your assistance at this help her little and she will bring you out of quagmire in you have been so long Give Nature little assistance lest her glee bo in vain DELIGHTFUL Mr and Mrs James S Younger de Manfully entertained Saturday evening in honor of the class of the High School The feature of the even ing which was especially enjoyable be cause of its novelty it being the auction sale of the young and young gentlemen who were the guests The young ladies were put on the blocs first Hovious Rafferty acting as auctioneer and then the young gen tlemen tUes Mayme DeHaveu officIat- ing in the same capacity The prices the young brought all run into the scores of dollars the bidding being done by the younng men especially to ward the close ot the sale seemed to be the liveliest One young man sold for only fortyfive cents another for rive hundred dollars still another for two billion dollars Each man was required to re peat the name of the young lady when he purchased after the purchase was made the auctioneer having announc ed her name before the bidding begun This furnished much amusement TIlt auctioneer commented on their goods during the progress of the bidding as auctioneers will The graduates and other ladies who were present and were were each of a different nationality and were as follows Miss Ray Heyser Miss Rnmnia Lewellen Miss Margaret Moorman Duchess Millian Miss Mar tha Willis Mme LAvon Fran calm Miss Jennie Mable Harris Miss Nejaba Mahaja Abdul Miss Katbilne Moorman Senorita Mart Miss Lydia Goering of Hawesville Miss Katina Olgu Fech neversky Miss Mayine lein Gretcbender Heriistetter Miss r Slaves to Spring Catarrh to Health By slreadyImproved I Honest People Their Experiences Springthe Time to Cure CatarrhI writesI biliousnessThese yearsLast everyspring DiscussionS dentHouse Forums as a tonic and tho purification tho general and find that it is an excellent medicine to restore nerves a healthy condition weather stubborn treatment Advice boon a disease come discouraged Opportunity But opportunity seasonJust a the which floundering a atrug ENTERTAINMENT graduating ladies ladies I and young young sold Havenscraft Winstanley Maybamptcn Marie Montawentie DeHuvnFran Tell peculiarities 1citizen 2 S P P it S qjl I tell Peruna hasi spring weak be up I cough and f r go I con It It It 1n I needed cough and re taking It A Typical Case Geo Flllmoro formerly IstLientSrd S Artillery writes from 009 L W Washington D 0 as follows I brought forward from winter into spring sickening case of catarrh which was existence miserable for until I induced try a bottlo of immediate improvement gave me hope if not relief I kept up taking Pe Tuna and it so strengthened and re lieved that I am now of a cure I heartily endorse Peruna for ca tarrhal affections and as a tonio for their weakening effootsGeo short course of Peruna now will be Just in time the month ot April you will strategic time to yourself of chronic carrh one ot most persistent stubborn diseases the whole list ot human ailments After tried it you will say Peruna is positively the best spring medicine you over WILL CONTESTELECTION Hardinsburg Ky May 22The temperance people of Cloverport have instituted a contest of the Local option election precincts 1 and recently held there It was filed Thursday J Wortham of Leitchfleld VG flab bage and John Haswell Jr are the attorneys for the contestants ITo answer has yet bren filed The law provides that the county Judge and the two magistrates residing nearest the court house shall constitute the Board oC contest and shall hear the proceeding on the fourth Monday after the filing of the contest but for good cause the Board may allow further time Louise Bubbage Anna Lee Babopo The gentlemen guests were the fol lowing Mehsra Byrne Severs Law rence Murray David Murray Jr Allen Pierce Hovious Rafferty Harry Weatherholt and Jno BabbageJu Watching the North Star Breckenridge NewsTell the farmrea they may watch the star this week but watch the next issue of this paper and see what 1 will nave to say under above heading that might lead to a higher price for their present crop of lambs Dr W Foote A Clean Paper Andyville Ky play 17 1006 Mr D Babbag Cloveiport Ky Dear Sir Enclosed find one dollar tor tha Breckenridge News Please send receipt for same paper so nice and clean I cant do with out I have to read about the people of Brecken ridge County Success to the News Yours RespectfullyF Restored Perutia j 1Mrs A Ruckor 1821 Cedar street Nash rip yule Tonn writes wish to you what done 1Ii forme In the ot 1902 I was very fl 7sickandso 1 could scarcely I 7J I was alarmed atmy condition IIhad a bad for some time I tried ill alltliiwouldsoon Into consumption So I decided to try Peruna had In before I took and found was nJustthe medicine for In a short time my ceased my strength AIhave enjoyed better health since d than 1 had for several years pre- viousWWW I M U St N a making me was to PerunaAn has me confident M Fillmore A During find the rid the In you have have used in D John your is A groat many years of extensive trials 10f this remedy in this class of derange have demonstrated its efficiency Numerous Testimonials Thousands of cases might be quoted in which Poruna has rescued people from tho ravages of spring catarrh and put them on a good solid foundation ot healthWo give our readers only a slight glimpse of tho vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr Hartman Is con stantly receiving No other physician in the world has received such a volume of enthusiastic letters of thanks If you do not derive prompt and satla factory results from the use of Ponma write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and he will be pleased toglve you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President oi The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio All correspondence held strictly confidential f I i l Iw 1 i i i v 1 o- YI t I GRADUATING DRESS IN PERILf lotI My my graduating dross iIs gone I This mean old Express Company I Ill have my cousin Jadg Henry to arrest them too Yes 1 willSuch were tho wailing words ot oue 01 Uovorports OU graduates at tbe depot Tuesday evening of lust week The seven pretty graduates had order ed their dresses from different sconroe1 and all of the dresses were on the spo ready for the stunt except the one that belonged to the yonnu lady who apeai ed at the express office last week II Is thero a package here for me asked Miss M M II Yes and the charge are twenty five cents Thank you Ill bs back present and get it The graduate was accompanied by two of her girl companions A few minutes passed Then a young lady appeared at the window and call ed for Miss Ms package signed for it paid the chargos and disappeared The agent wont back to his work thought no more of the transaction- A few cycles of tlmo had boon registered upon the clock since the young lady had signed for the package whet Miss M herself appeared at the window and called for the bundle a bout which she had previously inquired Your package has oeon taken said the agent Who took it please I dunt know The room was dart and I conldnt tell who it was The graduate had the two satin friends along with her Was it either ot these girls II think it is very strange you pay no attention to the parties to whom you give out packages The fair youu lady who was about to receive her diploma was becoming very anxIOUs about her graduating dress which happened to be in the missing pack ageThe agent looked at the two girls and replied that ho saw no resemblance ic either of them to the girl who had taken the bundle The graduate questioned her friend and every minute brought on more worry for her She thought the ex press company had allowed this im portant adjunct to her graduation to- go astray and she became furious at the companyIll my cousin Judci Henry Moorman to come down pert and arrest this company if I dont Itt my dress I think the whole business is mean and I hate it The agent protested that ho had done nothing wrong and had given the package to the right party Miss 11i was in no mode of mind to be tampered with and every word from the mean old company caused more furry to rage in the graduates mote or less occupied space upstairs Her mind was full of the four years of Hign School ethics but still there was a place for contempt of the horrid old express company The evening train had gone by this time and no peace was tu sight Her two companions felt trouble brewing and produced the madly sought pack age whlcn they tnemaeives bad taken frjm the express agent and Had low to await a littlo fun But it is all over now the graduate who wont Iinto hysterics over her lost dress wax ouo ot the prettiest of the seven who slit about the rostrum in the Methodist church lust Friday evening Mix IIIH Love SheI suppose you would have me believe I inn the first woman you ever loved He rot at all Ive loved scores of women but you aro the last one I have fallen In love with She Very well then Ill say Yes As long an I am the lust one you have lor cd well net aloug all right Bostou Transcript Spring Humors Come to most people and cause many troubles pimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness Indigestion and headache The sooner onegets rid of them the better and the way to get rid of them and to build up the system that baa offered from them Is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Medicinopar excellence ot unequalled strength in purifying the blood as shown by unequalled radical and permanent cures of Scrofula Salt Rheum Scald Head Bolls Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Bleed Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Eta Accept no substitute but be sure to get Hoods and get It tech DOCTOR CURED Of ECZEMA Maryland Physician Cures Himself of Eczema with Cuticura Remedies Prescribes Them and Has Cured Many Cases Where Other Formulas Have FailedDr Fisher Says s CUTICURA REMEDIES POSSESS TRUE MERIT II My furl was afflicted with eczema in the year 1S07 I used the Cuticura Remedies find was entirely cured I am a practicing physician and very often prescribe Cutlrura Hcsolvel1tunil Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema and they have cured whore other formulas hove failed I nm not in the habit of endorsing patent medicines but when I find remedies possessing true merit such as the Cuticura Remedies do I am broadminded enough to proclaim their virtues to the world I have been pracr tieing medicine for sixteen years and must say I find your Remedies A No 1 You are at liberty to publish this letter tulryoursI Md May 24 19- 05CUTICURATHESET1 1 Complete Treatment for Every Humor from Pimples- to Scrofula Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle dry without hard rubbing and apply Cuticura Ointment freely to allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood A single set costing but one dollar is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring itching burning and scaly skin scalp and blood humors with loss of hair from infancy to age when all else fails Cutleurt Snip Me OIntment 50 nolyont We tin form of Chocolate Coaled PlIlI6r per dial of 60 in soil throughout the world Putter lituf anj Chem Corp Sole rope Ilotton DLd1iurloi11iA10U CLOVERPORTA Cloverport is a fine sociable town and I would rather live here than in Owensboro said The Rev John Lewis presiding Elder of the Owens 1 boro Methodist district on his last visit here The Rev uewis is station ed at Owensboro the district parson age being at that place He says Cloverport people ate one of the most sociable sot of people he ever saw and be likes em Cloverpoitersof all de nominations are equally as well pleas ed with Rev Lewis as he is with them iris sermons delivered here on bis last trip caused to come torts many favor ibe remarks One thing good about Mr Lewis md that is he used to be an editor printer devil etc He knows how to swing a hand of type into the forms or throw up gallyjof typo as cell as the steady toilers at the trade When in town he makes the News ittice his head quurtets and the ruin rte he steps in the door the editors hair becomes vacant for his special euetit HAS STOOD THETEST 25 YEARS iie old oriRtnal GROVES Tustell s Chill Tonk You know what you are taking It I s iron and quinine In u tusterss form No cure no payS- OeSELECTED AS- DELEGATES Miss Jennie Mabel Harris president ot the Mizpah missionary society and IIM Jane Smith a member have beer elected delegates to represent the or anizatisn at the Womans Missionary meeting to be held in June at Hender son The Womans Missionay society of this place will be represented there bv Mrs V U Babbage and Mrs rank Fraize ee that your druggist gives you no imitation when you ask for Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tpr the original laxative cough syrup Sold bv all linguists SANK AT MC lANIELS MAYBE Mr Jeff D Green of Caneyvtlle is thinking of organizing a bank at IcDaniela this county and in the next few weeks will probably open up a bank at that village McDamels is In the southern moat part of tho entity near the Grayson county line tnd Glendeane is probably the nearest tanning place There are about 200 people in the place HENRY YEAGER NOT INDICTED Through a mistake in names the grand jury Before that of last week in dieted Henry longer for selling braver age illegally Last weete Mr Yeage appeared before the conrt and satistlei tne body that ho was not heman the bad intended to convict and was re leased trom the indictment Mr Yeager ie a hustling young carpente of this city a member of a well known family and a prominent Knigh of Pythias Important NotlceR41lH iih sold under a positive guarantee by A R Fisher to cnre uhlckea cholera Roup and limberneck Price 50 cents No cute no pay ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported By EvansSnlderBuel Co Live Stock Commission Agent Special to the News National Stock- Yards Ill May WAbont the usual number of cattle were on sale here the forepart of the week and prices on the whole are little different from the close of last week however there is n notionuble preference on the part of the buyers for the better rades ot both beef and butcher cattle while the common to medium kinds are a shad lower than a week ago The bulk of the beef steers sold from 475 to 515 with a tew sales at 500 to f505 and afew toppy heifers sold from 475 to 1515 There is a better undertone to the trade than for several weeks am good clearances are made each day There was about the usual number of cows bulls and veal cavles all of which sold steady Good milker scarce and higher common kinds 2 to 1 per head lower Complaints are general about lack of receipts in tbe stock and feeder division Values are stroni to shade higher for anything showing quality Hog receipts light Monday am market higher followed by 12001 Tuesday and a decline of 5 to 10 cents Bulk of todays sales made at 641 to 060 with a top of 060 A good clearance was made at these prices am we Iqokfor no material change thi balance of the week Evans Snider Bael Co READ THIS Milledgeville Rv Jan 1 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SlrI have been a great suffure ftom kidney disease and was treated by my home physicians with no bene fit Your Texas Wonder has cured m and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies sufferIng with kidney and blad der troubles RespectfullyMrs Frost A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles reo moves gravel cures diabetes aemiana emissions weaK and lame backs rheumatismand all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children It not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr Ew Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for test menials Sold by all druggists SPENDING THE- SUMMER HERE Miss Ella Gngsby of Birmingham Ala is here the guest for the summer of Mr and Mrs John A Barry Miss Urigsby is a prominent teacher in the city of Birmingham BkiTdRlElHave Always Bourtl BIhcti LOUISVILLE SHY 1000 OF GIVING 20000 TO FRISCO Treasurer Logan C Murray announc ed last weiik that the total deposits to be credit ot the San Francisco softer irs funds had been 1803864 Of this amount 15000 was sent direct to San Francisco and 1004 was sent to New York to the treasurer of the Actors Fund Additional contributions are being received every day and a new re mittances to San Francisco will be sent in a few days Louisville Herald Juggling With Dynamite Is no more dangerous than to neglect kidney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure corrects irregularities and has cured najao severe cases after other treatment has failed It builds up the worn out tissues and restores health and vigor I was troubled with Kidney complaint for about two years writes A H Davis of Mt Sterling IowaHbut two bottles of Foleys Kid may Cure effected a permanent euro 8000 AS 4 BRIDAL PRESENT Eight thousand dollars as a brida present Is a pretty nice thing to make a brides honeymoon tlow wits milk and honey and the jingle of 8000 cool dollars while the solemn be throthel IS being said is a very strong incentive to make warm the heart ot- a fair maiden 1V H Corloy aged 74 of Pates ville and Miss Ola Clark aged 32 of the same plaqe whose marriage tool place recently is tall of romance of the cold business type Mr Corley i- a iIs rich old gentleman and his forme wife had been dead a year He bn came lonely anti told a friend ho want ed a wife and a companion The friend knew a young lady in a like state o1 affairs and conveyed the old gentlemans proposition to Miss Clam vvhich was accepted Soon after the wedding toots place and now both are happy and blest Miss Clark is a hand some stylish woman and wearslfin clothes Mr Corloy is a bright man though bent with weight of years HI head la covered with silvergray hair andwith his broadcloth clothes he makes fine distinguished appearance Not If as Rich as Rockfeller If you had all the wealth of Rocks feller the Standard Oil magnate yoi could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlain Colic Cholera find Diarrhoea Remedy The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children ant adults The uniform success of thIs remedy has shown it to be superior to all others It never fails and whet reduced with water and sweetened iis pleasant to take Every family should be supplied with it Sold by Short d Haynes NO ILL GO TO THE POOR HOUSE Indianapolis Ind May 1511 was for many years the largest tax payer in the county and the county can afford to care for me the remainder of my life This is the statement made by William Hedrick formerly ia millionare as be went to the county poor house today attar bavng refused the offe of his sous to provide a home for him Twenty years ago Hedrick was the wealthiest man in the county He owned thousands of acres of land and settled his sons on magniticient farms with palatial houses Several years ago his money began to slip aWRY from him and today he found himself absolutely dependant for bed and board Each of bis sons in turn offered to take him to nis home but he refused with the foregoing statement For a painful burn there is nothing like DoWltts Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imitations of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve on the mar ketsee that you set the genuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sun burn cuts braises and espclally re commended for piles The name E C DeWitt Co Chicago Is on every box Sold by all druggists Ground for Suspicion From the Emporla Gazette An Emporia woman brought suit in the District Court today for a divorce from a husband because she found a cancelled check in his check book for 19 for ribbon for his typewriter It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do we hear it remarked lilts only a cold and a few days ater learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This is such common iccurance that a cold however alight should not be disregarded Chamberlains Cough Remedy counteracts any endency of a cold too result in pneu- monIa and has gained its great popu- larIty and extensive sale by its prompt cures of this most common ailment It always cures and is pleasa n t to tak For sale by Short Haynes James H Clark a telegraph operator of Chamblee Ga crazed by drink and disappointed in love in less than wenty four hours killed one manse erely wounded three others clubbed a fifth with a shotgun set fire to house then committed suicide 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 DYSPEPSIA will digest what you eat and put your stomach back In rIght shape tq do its own work Codol relieves palpitation of the heart lattilence sour stomach heart burn etc Sold by all Druggists Turkey has sent a satisfactory otto to Great Brltian concerning tho Sinai leninsala The dominant cnord in the note is one of object surrender on Tar keys part i Blind Headachecc About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta GaU I suffered with blind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried I WINE OF CAROUI I Womans Relief NX II immediately commenced to improve and now I feel like a new womarf and wish to V recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE know it will cute them as it did me US Cardui is pure medicinal extract of FREELYvegetable v herbs which relieves and frankly describingfemale pains regulates female your symptoms we will functions tones up the organs consider your case and nfgivet healthyou free advice in plain 0 a proper State envelope Dont hesitate but v Try it for your trouble write today Address Ladles Aditvlsory Dept The Chattanooga dne Co Chattanooga Tenn vV in 100 bottles I SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY Are you making aa much off your farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much Intakes too mush money to hay 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 raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price of good land is so little that you can own a big farmwhere every acre of the ground is work ing for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile laud in the Southwest along the line of the Cotton Del Route that cau be bought for trout 83 to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there The trip can bo made at very little expense On the first and thIrd Tuesdays ot each month you can purchase a round trIp ticket to any point In the Southwest on or vIa the Cotton nett Route at very lw rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested In Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full information about cost of tickets etc U C BARRY T P A Cotton Self Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky I 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 J h r r iArrestsi j Used on Iron Tin Shingle Paper and M Preparedroofings Also on Boilers Smoke- Stacks jj Fences etc 5 i Guaranteed five years Made only in black M Write for Particulars i- ij THE MANHATTAN PAINT CO 4 CLEVELAND OHIO Health From Pratlce From the Boston Record Cult aronni again Monday said a lawyer to his client a tat good natured Irish woman in the most perfect health as she rose to leave his office I- III cant call on Monday II Why noU- Thats the day I practice What instrument do you practice on Tho washboard Wall you look as though it didnt hurt you much Faith an mere isnt a woman in nil Boston that baa better health Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life PiU increases They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from const pation and the Ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Shcrt 81 Haynes Druggists 25c Try them The May Jay strike in Russia has ended The workmen of St Peters burg and generally throughout the country have resumed work Notice to chicken raiseuR411 44 cures chicken cholera Roup and limberneck Price 60 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed and sold by ARFlsbeJ druggist GOES TO TENNESSEE W N Pate manager of the Clover port Foundry accompanied Mr Sparks on his ferry boat A L Peacock I Tiptonville Tunn The Foundry sap plied a hundred dollars worth of iir ings tor tho boat and Mr Pate went on the trial trip in case any of Ute crafts working might go wrong Jl took three days and nights to mate the trip Tad Weather holt had charge of tin Foundry daring Mr Pates absents Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley Ss Co Chicago originated Honey and Tat as a throat and long emedy and on account of the grea merit and popularity ot Foleys Hone and Tar many imitations are offered for the gennine Ask for Foley Honey and Tar and refuse any substl tate offered as no other preraratlor will give the same satisfaction It I mildly laxative It contains no opiate and Is safest for children and delicat persons Many thousands of artisians jewelry printers and coaoh ball who struck May 1 at ParlllI1 have resumed work The Prefer of Polio estimates the total numb strikers In the Paris district is at 70000 i Iz f II dd- r S 4- t t I 1I doil l t f i 1 l sj l 1 its 1t t ti J i I tl r l tt- a t- l tii T1 v- I 1f1r I 1- ii I t Rti i It I ti I 1- VI I t tfit r l 1 r c t 33- F 3- o a itt t toae aee r Uo Uf U1tf r 1ti The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 JOHNSON POPU LAR IN LARUE Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown wno is the only candidate for the Democratic Congressional nomination was here yesterday mixing with the people in attendances at court Mr Johnson is by no means a stranger in onr connty as a neighborly feeling be tween LaUue and Nelson has grown and with it has been cultivated Mr Johnscns neighborly interest in our people Mr JOhnson will not have op position in his candidacy and will be given the nomination without a con conIrJtmenteasily and one which is well deserved In the halls of Congress the people realize that he will care for the inter ests of the Fourth Congressional dist riot with the same fidelity that he displays in attending to his own business affairs or that he has shown in the State Lfgislature LaRue Herald Village That Cut Corks Thousands of men women and chil dren in the mountains of Spain and Portugal are employed In cutting cork It is a domestic trade and it occupies whole villages Agents from the fac tories and export houses of Seville andI Lisbon go through the mountain vii lages each year buying up the corks In enormous quantities It is not unusual tor an agent to purchase 5000000 on one Journey The corks as purchased In the native villages are of all sizes and qualities They are sorted in the cities and after being packed are shipped by the ton Once here many of then are recut by hand at the rate of twenty gross a day So fastidious are some bottlers that the cork im porters have to keep In their employ ment several cork cutters to recut such corks as do not stilt customers The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep live Many sudden deaths are caused b- yitheart disease pneOmonla heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver and to hold urine and scald ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by allI druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new dls coven and a book that th- ekidneypoisoned swampRoot remedyIt tells all about It both nome of smpRoot sent free by nall Address Dr Kilmer tx Co BInghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont makea ny mistake but remmeber the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address BInghamton N Y la oa every bottle TALK DONT HURT YOU i Did you ever notice that talk doesnt hurt a man much Peifection isnt looked for in man and when some one tries to injure a man b ranting about a few faults tie has the absent one who is probably attend ing to his own affairs is elevated inI the hearers estimation while the in formation is lowered accordingly If al man knocks along doing fairly well people realize that wnile he has some faults he has more virtnres and they are charitable enough to overlook these faults But iit is different with a girl or woman No matter how good and pure a woman may be let someone start an infamous lie about her and everyone is willing to pass it along and there is always someone to believe it That lie can never ha live down it may burn low but gossip loving are ready with new fuel Did you ever think bow damnably meanI some goody good people are in this re spect Meade Messenger eASTvDolA-n tEeThe Kind You Have Always BoughtI tturo l4p PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ON LYING FROM WRITINGS SPEECHES The liar is no whit better than the thiefIt puts a premium on knavery untruthfully to attacK an honest man or even with hysterical exagegration to assail a bad man with untruth The men who with stern sobriety and truth Afreaiii the many evils of ou- rtimesare the leaders In the long run the most unpleasant troth Is a safer companion that a pleasant falsehood You can pardon most anything in a man who will tell the truth you know where that man becanseIIII know what he means If anyone lies if be has the habit of unttuthfnlness yon cannot deal wit him because there is nothing to de pend on I IIBret Sent It is not well for sedentary worker to sit on cushions In man owing chiefly to his erect carriage there is astron development of the muscles of the pelvis and the thighs which almost completely clothe the strong bones of that region In the seated position Io obviate undue pressure nature has provided a proper cushion over these bones Hyrtls saying Is veil known We sit on the fat of the sent as on a mattress In sitting on a smooth and hard surface the body rests upon three main points but In sitting on a soft cushion pressure IB imparted to the muscles and interferes with the circulation In all their parts Great attention has been paid to this matter in the construction of bicycle saddles and speaking generally with very beneficial results Nothing can be said against a certain amount of covering if not too yielding but tho office stool properly shaped is an ex cellent seat Pearsons Weekly Food Avcriloni Cows milk is said to be abhorred bj the Japanese and rabbits are never eaten by the Abyssinians who explain that rabbits are too muchjike big rats The natives of the Sandwich Islands would not take caviare for a gift Cheese In Mexico Is simply curds des- Iccated and prewed in pancake shape and even then n is patronized only by the Caucasian colonists The half breeds accept It with hesitation and a two ounce slice of limburger would I stampede a tribe of mountain Indians They resent it as a practical joke in questionable taste But vliy the KolI roans eschew ice crev n traveler i reports Is the case w o ox I plain Perhaps they Jjpa noso prejudice airship v l i or the Chinese preUll r yta heated tidbitsr I The Parntllnc or Umbrella Rnraknrta Is the paradise of umbrellas They are carried proudly over the Lends of every official and ewers noble man but invariably nre shut nt the approach of a person of higher rank nud Inside the krutoii 110 umbrella may Le carried open except thnt of the ojn peror himself The umbrella Is the outwardysign of rank and distinction There are umbrellas of gold Inside ami out for the ewpiror of gold outside only for the empress with a stripe of yet low sotto for the emperors brothers with n wider stripe of the same inntc tinI for his Illegitimate brothers of white silk with n narrow gold stripe for the Illegitimate sous of the legit mate brothers and so on ad Inflnltum Every official every military olllver exhibits his rank in his umbrella which is invariably held front behind by an attendant whenever he leaves his house In sunshine or cloudy wentb er There Ila an official guide book to the umbrella labyrinth of Surakarta unitdous designs In all imaginable colon and ornarnentatlouCenturyCnlvnry Calvary clover a flower strangely symbolic of the principles of Christianity flourishes In Palestine Calvary clover leaves like those of other clo doeI trine of the Trinity the central truth f Christianity Soon after the plant begins to appear above the ground a deep spot of redllke blood appears up on each division of the leaf but this disappears nfter n few weeks During the day the tiny leaflets form themselves Into the shape of a cross and as the sun sinks to rest the leaves again fold together it has been sug gested as If In prayer In due time the blossom becomes a small yellow flow er and then n spiral pod covered with thorns In ripening the flowers inter lace and in their peculiar positions many persons think they can detect the outline of a crown Tradition says I that it is good fortune to pliant tho seed of the Calvary clover on Good Friday Odd AaHtrnllan Aiilmnl ofImole and the echidna or Australian porcupine tint eater They along with nshthe groundlings of the mammalian atnicI than say a dog or a cat This Inferi ority Is seen not only in the brain but In many other details of their bodily anatomyIn circles the prevalent opinion is that this mole is a link be tween birds on the one hnnd and mam mals on time other These lowest quadrupeds lay eggs like birds the young 4belug subsequently watched from the eggs whereas In the knngn roos amid all higher mammals the young mire born alive and nourished by means of milk Silencer Love Affair Herbert Spencer never married When he was twenty years old he hull something like a tender affair and lu tells about it in his autobiography The young ladys affections had al ready been placed elsewhere anti she was only playing with the budding philosopher One day her young man called and they nil went out for a walk Spencer says She taking his arm looked over her shoulder smilingly and rather mischievously to see what effect was produced on me there being an evident suspicion that I should not be pleased The revela tion was not agreeable to me but still It did not give me a shock of a serious kind KIlllDR a nobln There are persons at the present day and not all old women eitherwho believe that killing a robin will bring bad luck According to ancient belief the Hluriucloud was a huge bird Tfcw Arabians represented his wings as measuring 10000 fathoms Tilts blrlived on wOrms too utter being time streaks of lightning accOmpanying stomfi The Germans ethoUeled time WOO8tt11lrlnl light The Turnpike Ern Between the years 1790 and 1840 In numerable plans were made for the creation of turnpikes in the United States There had been one great suc cess the Lancashire turnpike in Pennsylvania and then came countless oth er projects In 1811 New York had 137 chartered roads with a total length of 4500 miles and the sum required to build them amounted to 7500000 An era of ennui digging and then of rail road building followed this period but the canal promoters and railroad men had great difficulty in advancing their schemes They were considered insane when they Insisted that the mountains anil plains could be conquered by these means of transportation Vntnren Beautle Character Is fed largely through the eye and ear Tho thousand voices in nature of bird and insect and brook the soughing of time wind through the trees the scent of flower and meadow the myriad tints in earth and sky In ocean and forest mountain and hill are just as Important for the development of n real man as the education he receives In the schools If you take no beauty Into your life through the eye or the ear your nature will be hard Julceless unattractive Success A Queer Italian Custom On Aug 1 of every year the people of Val dl Rosa in Italy gather in the great square which is also a thrashing floor and proceed to exorcise the devil for the benefit of their own dreams and for tho well being of their vineyards The most Intelligent man in the com munity Is chosen master of ceremonies A small fire balloon is made ready and to this the master of ceremonies solemnly attaches a puppet representing his Satanic majesty Amid the shouts of the peasantry the balloon with the devil attached Is liberated The soul people believe that for the rest of the year the evil one will not disturb their dreams or damage the vintage Fungus Sllppcrs Before tho discovery of lucifer matches a large hoof shaped fungus growing on the trunks of trees was used throughout northern Europe for making amadou or tinder The thIck brown woody flesh of the same flP gus cut Into slices and benteu until I assumes the appearance of felt is uaoi I at the present day In Germany for thee Uuiinifncture of chest protectors caps purses bedroom slippers and varloifs other articles One Exception Papa IIs the hand that rocks the cradle the MIC that rules the world Thats what Ive heard Well I know one that dont Who is it Nurse She wanted to go down town ant mamma told her shed Ore her If she went and wouldnt give her no recommendation Indianapolis Sentinel A Chronic Habit No sand time man who had recently made Iris fourth pilgrimage to tho mat rimonial altar I cant say that mar riage is a failure Of course noti rejoined his oache lor friend With you it Is merely a habit Philadelphia Inquirer Fraudulent Sweetbreads A true sweetbread Is perhaps the most healthy meat that can be eaten said a doctor but you are never able to get It The sweetbread proper Is the pancreas which Is one of the most ef fectlve agents In promoting digestion but the sweetbread of trade Is usually obtained from the throats of cattle and Is what is called the thyroid gland This gland rests against the windpipe and while Its texture Js similar to that of the real sweetbread it has not too same benelJct1l qualities But sonic butchers lu OTer to make money pass off the salivary gland that which fur nishes the saliva located in the cheeks for a sweetbread This is the most In tenor substitute of all The pancreas or rear sweetbread is a most dainty morsel It is of triangular form while the sweetbreads obtained from the throat are of an oral form But what Is the uso of making peoptejllssaWs fled TK ra r fU catlnjf tbyrokl and sal for sweetbreads for year vt 3 rntlMleii Rut then tl f jim4 tbo real thlnlr H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier iiw L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident CHAS B SKILLMAN AsstCashler I I BreckirOidga be Bank Organized 1872 S I 206r00000SIIInsurod in every way and Protect the latestby very Equipment IIInterest paid on time deposits great and small soli- citedsm3esea IIBJsiness a +u +00000000000100010 00000NOONOOOOOOOOH- Iiii Bank of HardinsburgSurplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 OFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary iiInterest paid on time deposits N0000000000NN10NOON00 00NN000N000NN10NNN s 6 First State Bank IRVINGTON KY iccPresidentIiiAccountsi of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIi Interest Paid on Time NH i DepositsI NNtiH ea+ THE Fifth Avenuei HOTEL Louisville Ky itPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Jo FiguresOnt I OnFarms or or or f The most centrally located erd only M- firstclass hotel In tbe city imaklcg a S 200 ratett1 one block from tbe principal villillOnly district and two blocks from theatres 1II IIStreet cars pass the door to all parts A jijiof the cttyIEverything neat and clean jj i If you could sell your farm today for 100 an acre and buy it back tomorrow for 110 an acre You would do it If you can buy the 100 land for J10 some where else the proposition is just as good You can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt youdo ul you wish to Know more about It writ for copies ot our Texas and OklahomaII lit hooks Tiny are free A HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg st Louis Mo jpj T SUMMER THIS SUM- MERCOLORADOIN Many people put aside all thought of an outing in Col orado because they are accustomed to consider this greatest of American playgrounds as one of those inl possible things beyond their means Time was when a visit to the top of the Continent was a treat luxury as high in price as in altitude but not so today You can spend the Summer or a part of the Summer in Colorado and live ar reasonably as you do at home and the quick service and low tourist excursion rates afforded via Rock Island lints bringAyes within your easy reach Our booklets and r t i he whole story s w x r = 41 r it I e- i f r n l + N- L R tf1 I t s J 1 L i ff i t i i r i f a a- kl iRA1DRl DRlO ono any I Henry t w111r Such i ol Uov depot T The soy ed the i and all readybelong belongtd t Is t asked 1 tOy five cTh and g- tIhe two n- Af 1 lady i Id forIt p t The t hrA V terec lady MI8 win t bout edtII- r sale ant T fri I thiat gt ala dttJtJIf fl ifao ale sI 1 t 1 J lYi lYi J t r f lf i fit II BRECKENRIDGE NEWS wNO D end V O BABBAQEj Editor and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday I Subscription Price 100 a year or 1185 if paid at the end of year CARDS OFTIIANICB over five lines charge or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged Jor at the iAte of 5 eats per line Money In advance Examlnn the labelon your paper If It lIs not correct please notify as When ordering a change In the adores ubscrlbers should Rive their old as wells the new address TWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 23 100- 0ANNOUNCEMENT For Congress- We are authorized to nnnounoc the HON BEN JOHNSON of Nulson county as n candidate for Congress In the Fourth Con cresslonal District subje to the action 01 the Democratic pnrtv Was Columbus a gratter New York spends W 000 000 a rear on her public schools A bid acreage ot tobacco hills iis ready for the first season Wheat oats and grass all over tue county are suffering from want of rain The Hon DC Moorman is Build- Ing a handsome addition to his rest dence near Ulendeane withlittleThe fellow garde patch knows how to sympathize will the farmer in time of drouth Rev Roe has commenced a revive meeting at Irvlngton and from report we gather is preaching some mIghty good sermons and having crowded housed at every service Col Bert Cnuniogbnrn of Chenault reports his apple crop which iill usft nlwfySTood as singextra tine crop this season Col Bert is one ul the best fruit men in our county He knows his business and attends to it And that brings succoess in every calling Copt William Weatherholt Rev C F Luschor Dan Schank W S Avery Winfield Scott John M WalKer W S Davis delegates from Perry County Ind to the Prohibition State Conven ion at Indianoplis this week were en route there Monday They said it was going to be one of the cleanest conven tions ever held in the State ludge Moot man hits no easy jcb nr running the road business cf thIs countv If one would take a turn it his office and bear the many compla lute and demands of the overseer and others connected with the work they would see that be has no easy position to fill We had a great big knock coming but when we heard the cry of the multitude we felt so sorry for the young man that we withdrew teoor acars For the- Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way TIle children cannot ixuilWy hare Rood health union the bowel are m pruper condition Cor rect any conitlpatlon by giving imall Uxatlve dotes of Ajeri Mill All vegetable mgarcoated a- 4I X4ebFOAFerCo Lowell Mug AUf Manufaoturcr of- J HAIR VIGOR l AGUE CURl oarsCHERRY PECTORAL Wt hue no secrets i W publUh the formula or all aur medtclma I Groves Tasteless Gill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Mffikw I bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c I Enclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Fffls and said nothing T satisfy iiOO toad overseers and five to twelve hands to each overseer is a job we dont want Hon Ben Johnsonof Nelson cuunty is the right man to mpresent the Fourth Congressional district in Con gres not merely because he la a good lawyer and has a clean record for many years of public life but because be is a true and honest challenger ofI the rights or his people He is to theI tront on every question of any vital importance He has neversince he has boon a candidate for the nomination which he seeks dodged any phase of any question which has been asked him by ntptesetatives of the press and by the people themselves While he is solid on whatever he thinks is right Mr Johnson respects the runts of his fellow man and floes not deal in loud palaver about the stand he takes and proclaim there is no other way other than his In Johnsons conservatism lies one of his greatest values us a pub lic man It has been proven time and again in publIc life that the man who thinks on both sides of the line is the man who casts his ballot for the best interests of the people at large The CourierJournal is conducting a Tour to Earope contest It proposes to send 21 young ladies on a two months tour of Europe this summer It has laid off the state into severalI distrcts and the young lady in that district who receives the highest number of votes will recieve the carrgt ed trip Mies Fannie SmAVcfof Hard insburg is thY elldlng candidate in Distric 1 having about 50000 more Yqtithan her nearest competitor and I she has an excellent Chance to win She is a cultured well read young lady and she is capable of enjoying the trip thoroughly The people of BrecKenridge county should see to it that shy wins the race in her district There is a voting cupon in every issue and a subscriber to the Coaier Journat Is en totted to a certain number of votes in proportion to the length ot time his subsoiption runs The Sews hopes you will vote for her and help her win this contest Notice of Local Option Contest The undersigned citizens and legal voters precinct 2 of the Oloverport Magisterial District or District 2 ofII Breckenridge County Kentucky hereby give notice to all whom it way concern that they have tiled in the office of the clerk of the Breckenridge County Court a statement and their written grounds of contest of the Local Option Election held in said precinct on Saturday May 5th 1000 Given under our bands this the 17th day of May 1000 A A Simons t H L Stader- J T Owen B M Currie H C Waggoner H E Allen Jno D Oabbage J C Nolte E F Nolte L A Murray By J S Wortbam V O Babbage anti Jno P Haswell Jr their attor neys Special Sermon It is largely through the kindness and cooperation of my churches that I was permitted to have a delightful trip to Chattanooga and attend our Southern Baptist Convention 1 therefore would like to have the privilege of meeting as large a number ot our membersihp of conrn all are in vited on the fourth Sunday at eleven oclock to try to bring them in touch with oar great Chattanooga meeting and vital principle in our denomina tional life RespeottfnllyJ Mise Lydia Goering returned to HawesvKlle Monday after a visit to lI I Wes Mayine DeHavoc I 1 A WW nIW IIMUSLCOMPLY WITH THE LAW Board of Health of Kentucky IIEXECUTIVE OFFICE KYMay I 1000II yon thirty smallpox circulars Iwoulcl IIin gcst that you put then in the hands of best citizens and explain to then that I lctkeII goodlittlassurance of personal regards lala1Vibh SlncC1elyIIp A M a J If NNONON RNMittitANNiaii tP NltoNiNtNiii R ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA r+ 7tenter of the Beautiful Lar LAND OF THE SKY I AND- SAPPHIRE I COUNTRY III A natural pdnidif where human ills find Ii quick relief reached direct by i t thoII Southern Railway Asheville is located on a superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above tho level of the sea a Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence g esternII following average Spring 5349 F Summer TO Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for per whole cent year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of butthoII o For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY i J F LOGAN Tray Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY GEO B ALLEN Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUI- Sa it a tt cGa TO TAKECOUNTY VOTE Workers of the Anti Saloon league announced when in Owensboro last Sunday that the lleague proposes to hold local option elections during the present year under the provisions ot the ccunty unit law passed by the leg islature at the last session in all of the counties of the state not now dry In all counties in which there is not a city of the filth or a larger class the vote will be taken as a whole In other counties ltwill be necessary to bold elections with magisterial dist ricts as the unit The details of elections will have to be worked out in each county and it is likely that they will not be held simultaneously although an effort will be made to have elections in all counties near the same time as posei bleAs a preparatory campaign an ef fort will be made to give Tne Ken tuoky Issue the official organ of the league in Kentucky as large a circu lation as possible Agents are being appointed in all of the counties in the state and those who obtain as many as 800 paid yearly sabsriptions will b- elivn a free trip to Lake Chautauqua N with all uxpenses paid They will remain at the Chauta iqua for two weeks The party will to taken on 1 it 1 u special tram and wili be chaperoned by Prof H K Taylor principal of the Louisville Training school of Louisville and his wire Two agents have been appointed foi Davies county Miss Anna Lee Worth- Ington whose home is a few miles west ot Owensboro and Miss Almyre Wet map of Masonville Miss Worth ingtons territory will be the western portion of the county and Miss Well mans the eastern Allen street in Owensooro being the dividing line Each of tho young women will appoint one assistant Both of the young women have many friends and will doubtless be successful in securing the requisite number of enbscribers Owensboro Messenger JOINS THE LONG LIST Peyton D Scott who recently moved here from Harned and who with his family occupies the proper ty on the Hill vacated by the Board famiy came into the News office last Wednesday and joined our long list or subscribers Mr Scott married a daughter of Mr W N Pate and Cloverport welcomes him within her borders Miss Margaret Moorman went to Zion Kyj Monday to spend a fey weeks with relatives of t + + a 52t Fourth Ave Louisville Ky J An t Opportunity ttTo tLouisvilletMay 7 to 19 IifromMerchants Assocl we are members f4 will refund your railroad fare K i tWe Are Prepared to I Take Care of You oftfrom 91475 to 95OOO t Linen Mull and other Wash Dresses fromjs 960Oup lChecksI ll- tpand Solid Colors 4 500 97501000 1and up ttgerle Waists Lin From 81OO to 5000 L I No trip to Louisville Is complete without a visit to this store I IH J GUTMAN CO 1+ I+ ai l O t 41 WomensWear tarrrrrrrKrr rrrrrr rrrrrrrorKrrrrrrr KKrttrrrarP PP Ks i I s- Our ICE I Jr wagon is now daily trips t will be no change in prices this year viz t Less than 25 pounds 50 cents per hundred less than 100 and more than 25 40 cents per j hundred 100 pounds and over 30 cents per J 2 hundred a t will leave factory at 6 a m have EEyour boxes ready and dont keep drivers f t waitingsEverybody must use coupon books if you k t have none ask for onestb 1 Cloverport Water Light Ice Coexi IlAitilAitAiO AAt7AitStilIilitititititAAilkI ilAittAAAi1 tl HARDINSBURG Mrs Beard attended the district Sunday School conventon held at Web stAr Friday Mrs Jesse Payne who has been visinng her mother Mrs Mary Heston returned to her home at West Point Monday Mr ana Mrs Beard and dan Inter Miss Margaret were visitors in Louisville last week ThtfM church Sunday School will observe Childrens Day the 2nd Sunday in June Mrs Joel H Pile was the guest of relatives at Webster several days of last week Dr Day was the guest of bis parentaat the Falls ot Rough Sunday 07 prospective school teachers took the examination held at the school house here Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Paul Compton and children were the guests of the Rev and Mrs Minor Compton at Gar field Sunday Mr and Mrs John Heston of Basin Springs were guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Charles M Heston Sunday PROGRAMME Program for District Sunday School Convention to be Held at the BrgMal Church in Clovreport Sunday Aftex I t Greatest The t Store in theSouth j If making There If If If No discounts x Wagons 1 o IStARRAASIifStitilAs G C C C L E E F P noon May 27th 1000 SongPrayer Opening Address Soug Reports from Sunday Schools SongVIThe Superintendents duties to thl Sdnday SchoolDiscussion by the Sup erintendents How should worship in Sunda School be conducted and by whom V G Babbage Song How can the Pastor do the most hell ful work for his Sunday School Rev B M Currie In what is the Sunday School o gretest value to the church T Jno Pi KingWhat IS the greatest need of on Sunday School and how can it be BUT pliedR O Willis Song Some reasons why the Pastor ahouli 31TWhat is teaching the Sunday Schoo llssonH H Rafferty General Discussion Song Vii Benedjotion Rl Oelze District President Jno Barn Distrct Secretary t t Miss Cornelia Ditto of Brandenburg will arrive this week to visit Mi Louise Babbage j I r i I J I I t I k- atJwqaiM4 I ittJ ii r I z F tt dRS and hetilL tatiitr Imp lhepleceI S 71Ly t 4Y e i i i f F 41I ii- a ss S- THE n BRECKENRIDGE NEWS MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 23199 PART TWO t rAX rAx rAS rAX rAr rAhf pII hfa l daI hft a I r leI t oI onQl Ir I 01IrI J 00 I CHAMPIONED PAUL JONES SIRS DONALD MeLEAN FOUGHT FOR BURIAL OF NAVAL HERO i toAT ANNAPOLIS As PresidentGeneral of Patriotic Daughters of the American Rev olution She Was Invited Guest of Honor at Ceremony When tho annual convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution was in session in Washington a few weeks ago the meetings were presided over by Mrs Donald McLean She en joyed the unique distinction of being the first presiding officer of the con gress who was not the wife of some man prominent In official circles She had been a candidate for this high womans office for several years and the opposition to her election was plainly stated because she could not bring to the office high national prestige which the Daughters of the American Revolution felt was neces sary to the varied traditions of the so ciety FROM LONG LINE OF PATRIOTS Mrs McLean has half a yard or so of ancestral bars on her revolutionary ribbon and halls back to some very distinguished citizens both men and women She was born In Prospect Hall Frederick Md the city made famous by Whittiers poem Barbara Frltclule The ancestral hall is a big beautiful MRS DONALD McLEAN President Old place of colonial architecture and it is only a few years since Mrs Ritchie mother of Mrs McLean died She also had been prominent In D A R matters ever since the organization of the society Judge John Ritchie father of Mrs McLean served In Con gress and was subsequently elevated to the bench of the Court of Appeals of Maryland He was an orator of re nown and Mrs AcLcnn seems to have inherited this attribute of her father Mrs McLeans grandfather was Judge P Maulsby and her grandmother Emily Nelson for whom she was named was the daughter of Gen Roger Nelson who was a boy of sixteen In college when the Declaration of Independence was signed He ran away and joined the revolutionary forces He rose In rank to Brigadier for conspicuous bravery on the field of battle He was left for dead on the battlefield of and a British officer In passing his body wan tonly struck his hand with the flat of his saber breaking the bones of every finger To his dying day which oc curred many years later Gen Nelson carried a stiffened hand He became a member of Congress and later was made a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State BACK OF REVOLUTION Mrs McLeans ancestry began back of the revolutionary period however Judges Lynn and Beattle two of those twelve Judges known as The Twelve Immortals who first signed a protest against the British stamp act In 1765 ten years before the battle of Lexing ton have In Mrs McLean a descendant who is not unworthy of the Illustrious example of fearlessness of spirit set by them Lieut James Lackland was also an ancestor of Mrs McLean as was also Deputy Governor of colonial Maryland history Mrs McLean was at what was at tho tlmo known as the Womans She was graduated at the age of fourteen receiving a diploma which is one of her proud possessions today She continued her studies in history music and the languages until her mar riage in 1883 to Donald McLean a man of a long line of revolutionary ancestors like herself and a brilliant lawyer in New York city Mrs McLean has made a practical study of parliamentary law and in the long years of battling for chapter rights on the floor of the Continental Con grew and her own big has be o omo a finished expert in thrust and arry In parliamentary tactics At the Fourteenth Continental Con ress of the Daughters of the American Revolution when Mrs McLean was Regent of the New York Chapter she assisted In Introducing a resolution looking to the burial of Paul Jones In Annapolis Md that being her native State Besides having a local pride she thought tho first naval hero of the nation should be burled near to the great naval school There was tremendous opposition to the proposition and the congress voted to lay the resolution on tho table an expression used In parliamentary pro ceedings to defer action on the subject Later It was taken up but the congress voted against taking tho body of the naval hero to Annapolis and favored bringing It to Washington for burial in Arlington Mrs McLean has now how ever seen one of her dearest wishes carried out and as head of one of the greatest societies of patriotic women In the world she was a guest of honor at the recent burial ceremonies of Ad miral Paul Jones at Annapolis Made n Good Spcceli Senator Morgan the states man from Alabama has that valuable sense of humor which enables the pos sessor to enjoy a joke when the laugh Is on himself The other evening as he tells about it ho picked up an old copy of tho Congressional Record while at home and opening it at random be gan to read Very soon says thE General of Daiightem of the Revolution William General Cowpens DATES Burgess educated College chapter venerable Senator I became interested and as I proceeded I said to myself This man Is making a very sensible talk 1 found myself quito In accord with his views and read along with a good deal of approval until I finished two pages I was wondering who could have made such a speech but was too much Inter ested to look back to find out But as I turned the page I came upon an In terruption and there was my own name given as the Senator making the reply It was my own speech I had been reading A Had Memory Senator Knoxs physician advised him to give up smoking a few days ago and put him in the same class with Senator Spooner also smokeless after forty years of It The next morning Senator Knoxs physician happened up at the Capitol and went into tho Sen ators committee room to pass the time of day Ho found Knox smoking a cigarHero thoughtIQuit what asked Knox In mild surprise Sun Movements Standing on the seashore at a well known Atlantic Coast resort watching a beautiful sunset with its raye pierc ing the clouds were two Jews Look said one of tho followers of Moses see the sun rays1 Noreplled the other dare is vhere de sun aetaH u STANFORD UNIVERSITY ALMOST COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF THE PICTURESQUE CALIFORNIA COLLEGE Built In Spanish Architecture and Cost of Buildings Alone was Thlrt Million DollarsWill Probably be Rebuilt One of the moso serious results oi the Pacific coast earthquake disaster is the destruction of Stanford Univer sity near Palo Alto More than f30 000000 had been expended on the buildings alone and the damage has been so severe that It will mean prac tically an entire loss This group ol buildings was planned and built on a aC1countedtinent If not In the entire world The buildings were all in the picturesque Spanish mission style with the arch as tM principal architectural feature This fact which was so much a source ol beauty has probably been the largest source of destruction because while the arch undisturbed Is one of the most secure of building forms when thrown out of plumb it must fall- IRREPARABLE ART LOSS The main buildings are built around an inner quadrangle which contains the offices of administration and some class rooms These buildings are alone story In height The outer quad rangle which comprises the principal architectural features of the univer sity has as main points of Interest the memorial arch with its wonderful frieze by St Gaudens representing the progress of civilization In America and directly opposite this through the inner quadrangle the Stanford Memo- rIal Church with its mosaic front de picting the Sermon on the Mount This building cost in construction alone 1000000 exclusive of the mo saics and carvings Inside and out and its marble statues and art treasures from Europe Perhaps It may be said that the loss of tho buildings and equipment in spite of their great value is the least part of tho disaster because since the university was started on Senatoi Stanfords Palo Alto ranch It has beer a marvelous Incentive toward hlchei education on the Pacific coast No only has It gone ahead with great strides on Its own account but It has carried the State University at Berkeley along with It In healthy rivalry until the two gave an equipment for higher education In California that was not rivaled by that of any other State MRS STANFORDS GENEROSITY If It were not for the Indomitable spirit which seems to have enabled the university to triumph over many difficulties it might be said that Its career has been particularly Illstarred Foi in spite of its great endowment said to exceed that of any other Institution of learning In tho country It has been unfortunate from the beginning Vex atious litigation arose at the time of Senator Stanford s death In 1804 and the claims put forward by those who had received personal bequests to have them settled first seriously Impaired the finances of the university because It was impossible to realize upon Its property After that the Pacific rail road suits tied up tho university money for a couple of years until tho Supreme Court decided In favor of the Stanford estate But Mrs Stanford with wonderful courage and singleness of purpose Unselfishly turned all of her property over to the university saw it through Its crises until her recent tragic diath In Honolulu when the Leland Stanford University was again thrown in despair Its present do struction by the earthquake seems to ome as a culminating disaster yet Its probable that it will rise again su perior to the conditions which seem in league against It though it lias practically been set back to an absolutely now beginning- It is already understood that plans have been considered for the rebuild- Ing of the university as the statement has been made by President David Starr Jordan to the students of the university asking them to remain and MAIN FACADE STANFORD UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL ARCH IN CENTER aid In bringing order out of the chaos resulting from the earthquake Pres ident Jordan has been mentioned to succeed the late Professor Langley as Secretary to tho Smithsonian Institute In Washington but those who are in a position to know state that it is believed that he will remain at the holm of the Stanford University and see that the magnificent buildings arc erected Again- Stanford Unlverslt had Its conception In Italy In 1884 There a four teen year old American boy tossed i his bed struck down b a malignant fever His fond mother knelt at his bedside and as his yo life passed out she arose filled with an inspiration that ho mlgh live again To her husband Senator Stanford she said It was his wish and desire that Indigent young men should have an equal advantage In obtal hug educa tion For his wake lot us erect n uni versity whore all shall hate an equal chnii e From that tiiy the Senator and Mrs Stanford devoted their entire energies toward rimming the Leland Stanford Junior University Government Positions As distance lends enchantment so perhaps are many people affected who living in the remote States are desirous of holding an appointive of flee under Uncle Sam at Washington Lured by the short hours light work and comparatively large salaries QTIADRANLR WITH STANFORD MEMORIAL CHURCH IN DIS TANCB MEMORIAL ARCH AND STAN FORD GROUP tho young man or woman Is likely to look upon department service as a beautiful life of Do Little and Draw Your Pay and watch the passing show But It has its seamy side and carries both advantages and disadvan tages in its train There is the danger of fossilization of becoming a leaf In the sere with energies gone and aspiration dead This danger is groat and seems almost inevitable to him who has many years of service in the departments Though all will not agree with the lIon Champ Clark in a recent article in the Satur day Evening Post when he says Over the doorways of the Departments should bo Inscribed in letters so largo that ho who runs may read All Hope Abandon Here Ye Who Enter Yet to the young man and woman who would keep the fires of their am bition burning government service should be entered only as a stopping stone to a more strenuous lifo of higher and better thiitgs l Each With Your Initial FIRE VERSUS DYNAMITE TONS OF THE EXPLOSIVE USED AT SAN FRANCISCO TO FIGHT FLAMES Three Men of Navy at Risk of Their Lives Place Compound In Teeth of Oncoming FireWhole Blocks Razed to Prevent Disaster Through the destructive agency of dynamite the section of San Francisco 1 still standing was saved at a cost of I I sent by Admiral McCalla from Mare Island with orders to check the confla gratlon at any cost of life or property With them thry brought a ton and a half of gun cotton the terrific power of which was equal to the maniacal determination of the fire Capt MacBride was in command of the squad Chief Gunner Adamson placed tho charges and the third gun nor set them off The thunderous detonations to which the terrified city listened all that dread ful Friday night meant the salvation of many lives A million dollars worth of property noble residences and worthless shacks alike were blown to drifting dust but that destruction broke the spirit of the fire and sent the raging flames cringing back ovor their own charred path- DYNABIIIE A BLOCK DEEP Tho whole east side of Van Ness ave nue from Golden Gate to Greenwich was dynamited a block deep though most of the structures stood untouched by llanic or cinder Not one c rge failed no one building stood upon It foundations Unless some second ma is the finest dinner set tier offered a premium 42 complete pieces Every dish except curs and saucers decorated with the owners initial Any lady sending us her name will be sent 24 of our handsome facsimile framed art pictures to sell for 25 cents each or two for CO cents When sold send us the f600 collected and this elegant 42 Piece Monogram Dinner Bet will be shipped to you at once for your trouble You only need to sell 24 pictures to Introduce our house at once Our pictures scroll and gold frame ready for Wall Just as received from us We Guarantee our pro Iclous tantrum of nature reversed the direction of the west wind the whole populous district to the west blocked with fleeing refugees and unllluminated except by the disastrous glare on the water front seemed safe by 9 oclock Van Ness avenue is flat as the earth in the east side Every pound of gun cotton did its work and though the ruins burned it was but feebly From Golden Gate avenue on the north the fire crossed the wide street in but on- eplarethe Claus Spreckels residence on the corner of California street There the flames were writhing up the walls before the dynamiters could reach It yet they made their way to the foundations carrying their explo sives despite the furnacelike heat The charge had to be placed so swiftly and the fuse lit in such a hurry that the explosion was not quite successful fromI the trained viewpoint of the gunners But though the walls still stood it was only an empty victory for the fire an bare brick and smoking ruins are poor food for WORK OF WEEK Capt MacBrldes dynamiting squad realized that a stand was hopeless ex ept on Van Ness avenue They could have forced their explosives further In the burning section but not a pound of the terrible guncotton could be or was wasted The ruined block that met the wide thoroughfare formed a trench through the clustered structures that the conflagration wild as It was could not leap Engines pumping brine through Fort Madison from the bay completed the little work that the gun cotton had left but for three days the haggardeyed firemen guarded the flick erlng ruins Tho desolate waste straight through the heart of the city Is a mute witness to the most heroic and effective work of the whole calamity Three men did thisthree simply because they would not trust their work to othersand when their work was over and what stood of the city for the first time rested quietly they departed as mod estly as they had come They were or dered to save San Francisco they obeyed orders and Capt MacBride and his two gunners made history on that dreadful night Elephants Going Up A fivefoot elephant costs thla spring an importer of animals is stated to have remarked 1400 as against 1200 for which such elephants could be bought two years ago Elephants like all other wild ani mals are growing scarcer with the settlement of the globe and their prices tend upward More small ele phants than big ones are imported be cause they cost less to begin with and becauso they arc easier and safer to transport and showmen like them too for the reason that young ele phants are more tractable and easier to train And small elephants are at tractive anyway Then the elephant is a hardy ani mal In captivity and he Is naturally long lived and the young elephant In creases in value with his growth So that even with their prices tending upward young elephants are good property though even they are rather large for family pets 42PIECE MONOGRAM DINNER SET FREEDish- Decorated powI Tma WOULDCos manybeautiful flames- EFFECTIVE FREEWild Rose Design in Colors and Edges Traced in Gold tares to be quick sellers U they are found not to be they can be returned at our expense We run all the rltk pay all postage trust you wiik the pictures take back any not sold and pay you liberally for what you do selL Order the 21 pictures TODAY and earn this elegant Monogru Dinner Set We are an old established house Incorporated under the laws of Illinois tor1l0ooo and can furnish 1000 reference AddreM W L REYNOLDS Manager 63 Washington Street Dept 756 Chicago I T iL jti a- I 1 1I I j I I l I j I I jIj I i 11 The Breckenridge H w WEDNESDAY MAY 23 19M itts Pills stimulate the TORPID LIVER lit strengthen the digestive organs regulate the bowels and are un- eqUaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS f MEDICINE I In malarial districts their virtues are L widely recognized as they possess peculiar properties In freeIng the system from that poison Elegantly sugarcoate- dTake No Substitute- D H Severs vas at howe Sunday Mr Clint Murray was hareiIs week JnoBabbge Jr was in Dan ville Sunday Dr jveene of Owinsbojro will be here June 4tMrs Eugene Haynes was in Louis villa lust week Rev Gravesof Irvingonwas in the city last week Go to Conrad Sippels shoe store for line spring shoes Mrs1 M Cordrey was in Louisville last Wednesday Mr J D Cooper was here from Hawesville last week Mr John Hum and daughter were in Louisville last week Mrt Chas Hammon and daughter were in Louisville last wees Mrs T S Nicholas and daughter were inJHawesvIUe last wtek Mrs Wm Smith of Cannelton has been tne guset of Mrs J A Rose Mrs Luther Hendrick of Clover Creek is the guest of Mrs Jeff Miller Mr and Mrs J G Harris and son Edward were In Louisville last week Mrs Chas Evans and mother Mrs Geary were down from Louisville last week Complete line of shoes and oxfords for men women and children at Con rad Sippels Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad and little son Samuel Edward went to Leaven worth Ind Sunday Mrs John Weisenberg and son were in Stephensport Sunday tne guest ether mother Mrs Wm Hanks Mrs Nora Wroe and Miss Erne Bruner of Chambers were hero last week the guest of Mrand Mrs Thomas Wroe Mrs Joe Harpole arrived in the city last week from Louisville to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J L Moorman i Rev B M Currie left Monday for elo Ky to spend this week with is wIfe and family who are visiting- r and Mrs GA EnUaitey French sailors In Milons and Chips i new line Juts receivedMrs J M f ordrey Misses Verna Ryan and Nina Wenth t erbolt were over from Tobinspoit at tending the Commencement Miss Ryan was the guest of Mrs J DI Gregory and Miss Weathnrbolt the gnoat of Miss Maud Polk SHYLOCK Shylock was the man who wanteda pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is fleshji nd blood bone andmuscle jit feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years cotts Emulsion has been thereat giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free UCOTT ft BOWNB Chemists Otf416 Peacl Street New Ytfrk Po wi 1too at anu4ab Dr Keene of Owensboro will be ih lre Jrne 4 Have your dentistry done by him Mr and Mrs Alvin SKillman wer here from Hardinslmrg Wednesday the guest of relatives Miss Nellie Whitehouse and mother were the guests of Owen Whitehonse at Louisville Sunday and Monday The right thing In millinery at Mrs J M Cordreys A new line of trench sailors just received 2 The infant boy baby of Mr and Mrs Joe Allen died Monday afternoon The burial took place in the Cloverport cemetery The baby was just a week oldJohn Vest of Kansas City who spent a few days in Hardinsbnny last week was hero Friday enronte to Lou isville Remember the shelling Dee gd strawberry supper to be given Tuesday May 20 bythe ladies ot the Presbyter lan church O O Sbellman Stephensport sold to WHPayne a span on fine mares for 300 Mr Payne bought of Cbas Bonier a mare for 100 Miss Mannie White left Tuesday morning for Memphis Tenn where she will be the guest of relatives for several weeKS Mrs B M Currie and children who have been the guests of her parentsMr and Mrs G A Endailey of Nelo will return home this week Walter Graham was at home Mon day Walter says the report In several of the papers about him being hurt at Owensboro is a mistake and that the man who was hurt is of another name Mrs Sarah Van Winkle of German Ridge Ind was here Monday after noon enronte to Addisonto visit rela tives Mrs Van Winkle has been visiting In Tell Citv Caanelton and Tobinsnort Miss Emma Skillman of Shrews berry Grayson county and Miss Merna Bartley Stephensport who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Wallace SUillman returned home Monday morning Mr A R Fisher had at his drug store Monday a beautiful bunch of rotes sent down by Mrs iiary De Raven The flowers were particulary rioticahlo because of their large size Mr Fisher says they were the largest roses he had ever seen HomeComing Week for Kentucky Louisville Ky June 1517 Account this ooccasion a rate oflf250 from Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on June 111218 Re turn limit June 23 On payment of 50c return limit may be extended 30 days from date of sale The Miller orick yard is in opera tion matting 35000 buck per day which is about half of the plants capacity A new cutter will be put in raising the ont put to about 00000 brick per day A kiln of brick is now being burned Mr John Morris Gregory is the burn- erDOCTORS MEET Hardinsburg Ky May ISThe re gular meeting of the Breckenndge County Medical Society was called to order by the Secretary John LtKih cbeloe in the Kincheloe building at 10 a m May 18 with the following members present L B Moorman W L Milner J C Tucker J E Matbews J T Baker D S Spire- A M Kincheloe J W Meadoi John E Kincnoloe NEW LAW FIRM Mr V G Baubage ot this city has associated himself in the practice of law with Mr James S Wortham of Irtitohfleld These gentlemen will handle any business entrusted to them In the Circuit Court of this county and also any matters in the Court of Ap peals of the State Mr Wortham is well known in this county and no ono in this judicial district stands higher in the legal profession than be His knowledge of law hue been acquued by over tweny five years of experience in the different courts and a close application and study of aU ot its de tail The new firm will doubtless receive a liberal share ofthe legal bus ness ChlamSUnpfleld Irvington Ky May 22At the Manse of Rev E W Graves on last Tuesday evening Miss Ida Chism and Mr Dick Standfield were very quietly and solemnly married The News extends conqiatnhuioas A Positive CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseasmemb- rane It cures Catarrh and drives awn Cold in the FEVERstores J Drntgists ElyBrothers 50 Warren Street New York INCREASE CAPITALSTOCK HardinsburgSpeolal May 21Th Bank of Uardinsbnrg has called a meeting of its stonk holders and direct ors for Monday June the 4th for the purpose of amending its chatter to permit it to do a trust business in con nection with its banning business In order to do tats it will be necessary for the bank to increase it capital stock to 50000 It is proposed to do this by voting a stock dividend of 100 per cent to be issued to its present stock holders This it cnn do as its surplus and undivided profits are ample to enable it to do this THREE CHEERSFOR City connicl met Monday night ad journed meeting- M F Fopham applied tot license Mr Popbam not having State license the Council was legally advised not to grant him a local license Fitch put a motion before the house to postpone action on the matter until June 1 The motion received no second Mc Cracken moved then that thn Council would grant the license after the gen tleman had secured a State license and fully complied with the Ilaw A short discussion came up and in the mean time Reid moved the same motion Mc Craoken made worded differently Mc Cracken withdrew his motion and see onded that ot Reids Reid McCrack en Hook OConnell and dairy voted FJtunlagatil the next regular meeting to take action on the erection ot the electric light plant All representative of the electric light company said to the News that most likely tho plant would be operat ed in connection with the Miller Brick- S Tile plant and the decision about the matter was causing the present delay There is no doubt but what the plant will be builrIV G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky W S WORTHAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R I Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip rates to points In MISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TEIUUTOItY UK LAIIOMA and TEXAS on the first and tit t Tuesdays of each month v Through personally conducted oxcurslon i sleepers from Louisville to California Arl I zona and Texas Full Particulars ot Home Agents or by addressing I IbadF W HABEOW D P Ac Louisville It DRRPKEENE riRepreecntlnliTAYLOR KEENE JjJL I IDENTISTS m OF OWENSBOROf J- y I Will be In Dr LtRhtfoots otllce one t ITIIJ tlstryWill ba here June 4al +i = iIt Wants Iill A Advertisements Inserted under this bead at one cent a word per week WANTED Hoy to stay In wail paper store wyor FOK SALE A farm and lot In town in- SeuthwestTexas both for 1120 X10 cash und 510 per month Write or call on II II Haynes jarlleid Ky FOR ALE Flrstdoss twoseated surrey new For Information call at News office MAitnixsnuno TWILIOIITHAND COL IIIIIYrorWe guarantee good music Irlceslow WC Iylts Louder STRAYED OK STOLENProm my pasture heavy built with a star In the IInyoDohiLsIf they will notify me I will pay them for their trouble J D Jordan Ilewleyvllle Ky ADMINISTRATORSNOTICEAll persons Julsonberryproperly proven for payment also those knowing themselves Indebted to tho estat undersignedSam SEXUYour order for building material to 1lanlng Mill We are mak ing cut prices to reduce stock WANTED To trade fruit lees for lumber call on Ino D llsibbago Clo verport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting maehincs muchlnesAlsoEngines MARTIN GABLE Sill 3rd Street Louisville Kg- iIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first hnd third Tuesdays of each month One way Colonist rates to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1 JOO NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owens boro Division In the matter of I lIankrulltcylIanKruilt To the creditors of William II Doran of Big Spring In the County of nrecklnrldge bankruptNotice the ISth day of May A D IBOo the said Doran was du y adjudicated bankrupt and that the first mntln of creditors will be held at the law lI1rdlnsburKIelltucly1WW at two pm at which time the sild cred itors may attend prove their claims ap point a trustee examine tho Itimkrupt nod transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting J A butsMay IV 1000 Referee in Bankruptcy EKRON Every body invited to attend the strawberry and ice cream enpner to be given here on the aftertiuon and night of June 2 for the boned t of Ekron Baptist church by the Ladies Aid IRVINGTON Mr ueorge Woolfolk of St Louis arrived Friday night to be the guest of her slater Mrs Sam Parks tor several days The Sunday School convention held at Webster last Saturday was largely attended by the Irvington people and they reported an excellent convention Miss Essie tiiggs lett Friday for a ten days visit to relatives at Evans ville Dr P E Dempster left last Tuesday I for French Lick Springs for a two weeks outing for his health Miss Minnie Basham left for her home at Vine Grove after being the guest ot Miss Cecil Sprad tin A large baraoa class was organized by Miss Iva Mudd at the Baptist Sun day school last Sunday morning Mrs G L Brady has returned from Louisville after a three months visit the guest of her daughter Mrs Tony McCoyMr and MrsDow Bobbins of Evans ville cams Sunday to spend several days the guest ot his parents MT and Mrs Alex Robbins Miss May me DeHaven entertained the ClovetportfHigh School Saturday morinng Her viHltor Miss Goroing of HaweavillI was the guest of honor Q se MEET ME AT NOLTSJJJlf c COME ImTOI 91of 1Never before have we had so large a line w seasonable cool stuff for hot GetJbusy now with your sewing and be ready Ifor the sweltering days Lawns Dimities Linen Mulls and all the Fabrics necessary to satisfy the individual wants J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky c ri wl I A ijrSCadick Mitring Coe fl I j 4 7E carefully safeguard I Jt l jjj I w f ourfI f f 1foppor II tunities often come to us in 1 confidentitl ways JK fGAVEf 44- tt All business entrusted to y us will receive prompt and J fc I A careful attention Highest It I1 rate of interet paid on timeIJ ftI y deposits f I i INSURED AOA I X S T LOSS Ml FIRE AND j t I IDUHGLAHr CONSEK + IJPhl ij CIEXT OFFICERS 1 6 Bank of Cloverport Clowport Ky 11 1 ir = BREADrolls cakes and pastry will prove no failures when CADICKSGOLD FLOURi- s used It is pure wholesome nutritious re youbuyAll we ask is that you try it Ex perience tells us what the result will be MAKERS Grandview Ind prlrrrrrsrtrrrlrlrrlrrirrrlrrrtrtlr i1 No Waiting HereXI 1 jj- I x I Just tell us how much CJlumber you need We 3 1 have all kinds of j aI Framing material 11and choice Poplar and i 5Ift Thats the thing un fj able to get so quick n before iri t Let us have your it order todayInt Your House Barn or x jl Stable may need re x J J pairsxt REMEMBER US t Seaton Weatherholt I Cloverport Ky I 1 S1JegL rI WANTED 1 1Agood energetic boy is wanted at the NEWS office to learn the print Iser trade Right pay to the right till I boyThe t NEWS has an opening for some young lady over 16 years of age with common school ucation J Lm WJ I t S S 1 n ASy t wa wA i o r ft c Y i s 1 = 4 S 1i iRAUDRE DRo one Th any 11 lenry to vlll Such WI II UOVtl lopot Tn The sever 3d their y and all o ready fo- belonged ed at tb1 Is tasked M- Yes five cenThai and get The two of A fi lady at d for it pa- The t- tl10ngl A f tcrea lady 1 ll1ss wind bout cd- II said y 11 and friethdl TIj t4lad dil i ab ha J6aI atla laa law laP Pr fiH- t a I i I r I Il I r t Se el t Dressed Morn in the World rV tbatrlens clothes comes from London id that the best dressed man In the rbrld Is the American turned out by v London tailor tAn American who spends a great iart of his time In London anu la ither a stickler for the correct thing ras recently hailed on Broadway by friend with tho remark So thats rhat theyre wearing In London eh 1 lib man addressed shook his head mutt made In Washington overcoat n i New York he said Thought Bond3treotlien the man who lives much In Lon lon made this radical announcement They cant make a sack suit In Eng and You ask a Bond Street tailor ror an American business suit with- In American fit and ho turns out a k NEW FRENCH MOTOR RAILROAD TRUCK I oat that gives you a caved in chest iVhen Its buttoned up and a decidedly pen front when Its unbuttoned Yet some West End tailoring estab ishments In London depend for their tary existence on American trade not lone the trado of Americans travel pg abroad but a mall order business Fhlch entails making on measure bents and forwarding by express Ikewise payment of duty So import is this business that a cable code- has been arranged With this code complete catalog and full directions or self measurement a man may fable his order to London and feel easonably certain that tho clothes ho ants will leave England by tho next lestward bound steamer One traveler from a firm In London inking a specialty of cable orders re ently visited New York and booked rders to the amount of six thousand sterling But this class ot founds is all in semiready lathing a system which has been opted from American tailors Yot the American readymade has eon a subject of laughter on the her tide and the New Yorkers aim to be the best dressed man in 10 world hat been received with qrs To the foreigner the idea of a an who has literally no time to vote to matters sartorial being well ressed is absurd and tho New orker hac no time He cant wait br clothes to be made by a custom Dior tWhon he needs a suit ho dashes Into ae of those Immense haberdasheries St dot both sides of Broadway from 2 Battery to the Bronx where thousands of ready for service suits nd overcoats are piled on long tables sit stacks that rise above a mans jfad Here are found prices and sizes fit every customer Sack suits om 8 to 50 advertised for cut and inartness They are smart too are her cut and sewn tban the English reap suit but the latter is made of fitter material It is just this differ Ice that makes the American crowd ok smart and prosperous while the ngliih crowd looks merely comfort die The New Yorker must look prosper as It Is part of his stock in trade Hi clothes must not appear old any ore than his face This demand for juth and freshness is what makes It jlslblo for some firms to sell as high 17000 suits in a day Hats and foes get even more attention than jpthos The ancient saw When poke buy a new hat Is so thorough r appreciated by the New Yorker lat he receives without even a grin tch advertisements as that which uzzled Count Witte as be walked wn Broadway Fall Lids for ailed Faces it read Fall mut jpedtthe Russian diplomat with a jof weary amazement fall that as to tumble down does it not iejjne explained that fall was American for the season which all or nations know as autumn Last winter a leading London dally ave a column every morning to tho Iscusslon of The Fetish of tho ack Coat Every clerk and sales tan in London wears a frock or nee Albert luring his work and SJthe English artisan he wears the Forseeksjlebrltles In many lines argued in J TIM mytdedoti spats on the SUB Gel our SoUrTete scope tad eta tkai tho public press as to which system was better tho American custom which ordained tho sack suit In busi ness and a change of raiment for laborers after hours or the English custom which set tho frock coat up as the emblem of respectability among tradesmen a mark distinguishing them from tho laboring classes and kept tho latter In blouse and hob nailed boots during his hours of rest In England they talk a lot of what seems awful rot to this side of the water and they take clothes very seriously Each class has its gar ments and each garment its use In London tho Tuxedo Is still a lounge coat something to bo slipped on during the early evening and dis carded for tho formal swallow tall before starting for any entertainment But the American has forced It Into public life has ordained a black tie and gold shirt studs with It In place I r t f of tho white tie and pearl studs that must be worn with the tailed coat Tho American speaks of his Tuxedo suit and his dress suit The English man talks of his evening clothes and would as soon think of changing his trousers to match his smoking jacket as of changing his studs and tie to accord with his Tuxedo While tho vast majority of men buy their clothes ready or semiready made most men regard with envy the one who has time and money to have his clothes made and fitted The En glishman of means considers it his duty to have his clothes made by the very best tailors and to wear them as badly as possible As he can rarely remain long at a time within his own country London custom tailors have stored in their safes measurements of hundreds of wandering Britons who usually cable from various parts of the world when they need new clothes These measurements are a valuable asset and insurance on them frequently amounts to several thou sand pounds sterling As a matter of fact tho best dressed man in the world is neither tho New Yorker nor the Londoner but tho man who gets his frock coat cutaway and evening clothes from the Bond Street tailors who have made these styles of masculine dress for centuries and his sack suits and overcoats from Fifth Avenue whero one might say they were invented rr Stir Clothes for Easter The flowers with which ninny church es aro ornamented on Easter Day are most probably emblems of the Ilesur rocllon There are people today who think that unless something new is worn on Easter Day no good fortune will come to them during the year The Dorsetshire poet Barnes gives us thIs quaint little verse in regard to this custom Lasto Easter I put on my blue frock coat the oust time very new WI yaller buttons aal o brass That glittered In the zun like glass Bokalze twer Easter Zunday Elderly Spinster Yon now Doctor Im always thinking nl man Ily following inc Do you think I inifTcr from linllwinatlonsV Doctor Absolutely certain you do Miinm From Sketch u ful Eyepiece you look the sun quanta thu IBCe on the brlghteetand hottest day and ftudr 1U face M you do the moon at night Erery etudent male or torun In Eclljnei also the mysterious IllcurrenlSun Spoil bleb allIMr and dNlppcar at InlArnJ toil move about In ThetoTeleecopa ere mado liT one of the unrest mnnufacturen of Europe real mn elaed II Utkn cad p a 11Ie In nve colons and a lit tnchra in circum ference They are BrM Bond IJnut Kihly ap on each end to exclude dust tto Eyerr eojolnor In the one of thene Inttramenti i an Ire brought to view Sent by ciprwa wifely peeked CoronlyftOQ bent Our new Catalogue of Guns eta rent with encii order Thli U a grand offer ana rou should not mlw It We wen- reek eaehTehrpeJutarepreetedormoner funded Bad 1ta by rod Letter Poet Ofaa honer Order Esprai Hone AJfUIAL HEROES The Thrllllnc Story of Snap the Bull Terrier Ernest Thompson Setons last book Animal heroes Id It possible more than over up to the standard of his Intcnsly in teresting wildanimal tales To the animal lover tills now collection will be read with absorbing attention Mr Soton has been subjected to considerable crjtlclsm by other naturalists notably John Burroughs for omlowlng his anlinnl characters with un usual Intelligence and powers which It Is claimed ore not possessed by any dumb creatures Very likely as a class but as Mr Seton himself admits In his preface to Animal Heroes these histories while In each case founded on the actual lifedoings of a real animal are more or less composite What novelist Indeed dues not combine tho most striking characteristics of several Individuals to construct his human hero who shall appeal to tile render as an ex ceptionally One character So has Mr Solon token the record of a number of wood or other animals and embodied their most striking kills or fallings of the pack Into one sagacious bravo and gigantic specimen Llko all of his books Animal Heroes Is delightfully Illustrated by sonic twohun dred drawings and sketches from his own and his wifes pencils Interest Is stimu lated by a constant succession of marginal drawings liberally Interspersed with full pago paintings of thrilling Incidents The story of goodhunting of fierce pursuit ot fatal closing Insometimes to the pursued sometimes to the pursuerIs told by an eyewitness wielding a master pen In de tlimc sgrunsnthroughethe estoraynthe t love which the writer bears for all animals of tho proud Indomitable fearless beast even though ho be the scourge of the country a 1 killer of cattle or sheep or even dugs of which latter the author is passionately fond be they good ones Nothing ho discusses has ever been writ ten which Is better worth the reading and withal sadder In Its finale than Is the account In this volume of the little dog Snap This Snap Is a bullterrier which was sent the author as a sort of Hal loween jokehe was so vicious and unap proachable He kept Mr Seton on the top of the table most of the night where he smoked cigars until his pocketsupply ran out nUll then shivered However he fin ally made friends with his little pupa youngster absolutely without fear A year later the two found themselves near Mendoza North Dakota where the wolves had been playing havoc with the livestock evading poison and traps and actually scorning the attempts of the ranchers and the wolvers to exterminate them The fol lowing Is a recital of the hunt In which Snap figured most gloriously From a high point we caught sight of a moving speck of gray A moving white peek stands for Antelope II red speck for For a gray speck for either Graywolf or Coyote and each of these Is determined lhy Its tall If the glass shows the tall down It Is a Coyote If up It Is the hated Graywolf We got n momentary view of the pur suit a Graywolf It surely was loping away ahead of the Dogs Somehow I so fast as they had after the Coyote But no one knew the finish of the hunt Tho Dogs came back to us one by one and we saw no more of that Wolf Sarcastic remarks and recrimination were now freely Indulged In by the hunters Pahl Realm plumb scalrt was tho fathers disgusted comment on the pack They could catch up easy enough but when he turned on them they lighted out for homepal- Wheres that thar onsurpassable fear less scalreonort Tarrlcr asked Hilton scornfullyI know said L I am In clined to think he never saw the wolf hut If he ever does Ill bet he saljs In gloryThat Cows were UlllcdJ THIS close to the ranch and we were spurred on to another hunt It opened much llko the last Laje In the afternoon we sighted a gray fellow with tall up not half a mile off As we chasehalfcame up with the Wolf and snapped at his haunch The Gray wolf turned round to fight and we had a fine view The Dogs came up by two and threes barking at him In a ring till last Snap the little white one rushed up He wasted no time barking but rushed at the Wolfs throat and missed It yet seemed to get him by the nose then the ten big Dogs closed In and In two minutes uptoNow It was my turn to crow and I did not lose the chance Snap had shown bow and at last the Mendoza pack had killed a without help from the men There were two things to mar the youngWolfwoundedthe Wolf had given him a bad cut In the shoulder As we rode In proud home I saw he limped a little Here I cried come up Snap He tried once or twice to Jump to the saddle but could not Here Hilton lift him up to me Thanks Ill let you handle your own rattlesnakes was the reply for all knew now that It was not safe to meddle with his person Here Snap take hold I said and held my quirt to him He seized and by that I lifted him to the front of my saddle and so carried him home He had shown those Cattlemen how to till the weak place In their pack the Foxhounds may be good and the Greyhounds and the Russians and Danes fighters but they are no use at all without the crowning moral force of grit that none can supply so well as a On that day tho Cattle men learned how to manage the Wolf questionNext day was Halloween the anal versary of Snaps advent The weather was clear bright not too cold and there was no snow on the ground The men udiiitlty celebrated the day with a hunt offoome sort and now of course Wolves were the one object To the disappoint ment of all Snap was In bad shape with his wound He slept as usual at my feet and bloody stains now marked the place He was not In condition to fight but we were bound to have II Wolfhunt so he was beguiled to an outhouse and locked up while we went off I at least with n sense of disaster I knew we should tall without my Dog but I did not realize how bad a failure It was to be Afar among the buttes of Skull Creek we had roamed when a white ball ap peared bounding through the sagebrush and in a minute more Snap came growl lug and stumpwaggling up to my Horses side I could not send him back ho would take no such orders not even from me His wound was looking bad so I called him held down tho quirt and Jumped him to my saddle There I thought Ill keep you safe till we get home Yes I thought but I reckoned not with Snap The voice of Hilton Hu hu announced that he had sighted a Wolf Dander and Rlley his rival both sprang to the point of observation with the result that they collided and fell together sprawling In the sage But Snap gazing hard had sighted the Wolf not so very far off and before I knew It be leaped from the saddle and bounded zlgzlg high low In and under the sage straight for tho enemy leading the whole pack for a few minutes Not far of course The great Greyhounds sighted the moving speck and the usual procession strung out on the plain It promised to be n fine hunt for the Wolf had less than half a mile start and all tho Dogs were fully Interested Theyve turned up Grizzly Gully cried Garvln This way and wo can iiead them off We galloped to the top of Cedar Ridge and were about to ride down when Hilton shouted Dy George hero ho Isl Wereright onto him A great Graywolf came lumbering across an open plain to ward us His head was low his toll out level and fifty yards behind him was Dander sailing like a Hawk over the ground going twice as fast as tile Wolf In a minute tho Hound was alongside and snapped but bounded back as the Wolf turned on him In a few seconds the next Greyhound arrived then the rest In order of swiftness Each came up full of fight and fury determined to andiilecesgh insturns swerved aside to and leaped and barked around at a safe distance After a minute or so the Russians appeared flue big Dogs they were Their distant Intention no doubt was to dash nt the old Wolf but his fearless front his sinewy frame and deathdealing Jaws awed them long before they were near him and they also joined the ring while the desperado in the middle faced this wow and that ready for any or all Now the Danes camo up huge lilnbed creatures any one of them ns heavy as plungedU sawn him the toe there to grim fearless mighty of Jaw tireless of limb ready to die If need be but sure of this he would not die alone well those great Danesall three of them were stricken ns the rest bad been with a sudden bashfulness yes they would go right In presently not now but as soon as they had got their breath they were not afraid of a Wolf oh no I could Theyknow THE DESPERADO IN TILE MIDDLE FACED WAY AND T AT7II straight them Graywolf procession It swift Bullterrier Impending go In was going to get hurt but never mind that presently they would bark a little moro to get up enthusiasm And as the ten big Dogs were leaping round the silent Wolf at bay there was a rustling In the sage at the far side of the place then a snowwhite rubber ball It seemed como bounding but grew In to a little Bullterrier and Snap slowest of the pack and last came panting hard so hard he seemed gasping Over the changIng none dared face Did he hesitate Not for an Instant through the ring of the yelping pack straight for the old despot of the range right for hIs throat he sprang and tho Graywolf struck with his twenty scimitars But the little one If foiled at all sprang again and then what came I hardly knew There was a whirl Ing mass of Dogs I thought I saw the little White one clinched on the Gray wolfs nose The pack was all around we could not help them now But they did not need us they had a leader of daunt less mettle and when In a little while this final scene was done there on the I ground lay the Graywolf a giant of his kind and clinched on his nose was the little white Dog Wo were standing around within fifteen feet ready to help but had no chance till we were not needed The Wolf was dead and I hallooed to Snap but ho did not move I bent over him Snap Snap Its all over youve killed him But the Dog was very still and now I saw two deep wounds In hIs body I tried to lift him let go old I fellow Its all over Ho growled feebly and at last let go of the Wolt Thorough cattlemen were kneeling around him now old Penroofs voice was trem bUng as he muttered I wouldnt had him YOU ON SEA OR IN THE A Telescope brio WANTS VA SUPERIOR TO A 15 GLASS Fred Walsh of Ho wo Island Ontario Canada mjni more than double what It coal me COULD DISCERN BOATS FROM FIVE TO TEN MILES WORTH MANY TIMES THE PRICE 1be soma NewTorkKorUWMoss fflrtunonro Ucntlcmen I had with me on DIY reoMt RaHera kip oae uf your Eicefaor Bolar Teteaoon with whleh I hurt for twenty steers I lifted him In my arms called to him and stroked his head He snarled a little a farewell aa It proved for he licked my hand aa he did so then never snarled again That was a sad rIde home for me There was the skin of a monstrous Wolf but no other hint of triumph We burled the fearless one on n butte back of this ranch bouse Pen roof as he stood by was heard to grumble ny dingo that was crlt clnr grltl Ye can t raise Cattlo without grit II TUB FiGHTING INSTINCT Story of a Desperate Hand to Hand Encounter Against Heavy Odds Now and then among tho brutali ties and crimes that form the chief subjects of dally journalism In this country there comes an Item that not only appeals to our morbid nature but gets in close to tho primal love of fight which springs eternal In the human animal Most of us have no feeling except of loathing In the case of the secret assassination of six Ital ians in Minneapolis because their modes of fight are Latin in a country of AngloSaxon prejudices But just a week before the press dispatches from Bristol Tennessee told of the sudden demlso of seven Italians who with others had conspired to murder their section foreman because ho was a hard boss Doubtless he was Nevertheless the old fighting blood tingles at the baro account of the battle that the foreman Haverly whose name suggests his nationality waged against the body of la borers that rushed him Had he been armed with a revolver ho would have no sympathy but ho depended on the first weapon at handa crowbar Backed against an embankment he withstood the combined attack of tho entire gang of laborers all bent on his murder and armed against him with piths axes and spades in addition to their knives Repugnant as tho idea of killing may be one can scarcely help a thrill at tho thought of the foreman Haverly at bay like a knight of former days fighting for his life and so sturdily and valiantly laying about him weapon for weapon steel against steel until he stretched seven of his assailants dead before him and routed the rest Haverly may be a brute and a bully he may have deserved what the laborers rising like desperate slaves against a tyrant had in storo for him Yet somehow that iis hard to believe because tho Innate love for combat in our nature challenges admiration for a man who displays des perate courago and physical prowess little Cannibals Every once in a while wo hear of breeders complaining of tho cannibal istic habits among growing fowls espe cially among those still In the daysof their early babyhood This pernicious habit when once the young birds be come thoroughly addicted to It is rath er difficult to control and suppress Usually it finds its chief expression in flocks confined to close quarters where tho ground is bare and the feed is wanting in animal matter Bird life under natural conditions finds oppor tunity for work and play in tho hunt Ing of insects for food and in tho care ful selection of such vegetable mat ter as its system may demand Young chicks when confined are obviously deprived of these for a healthful exercise the result is that they become idle which engenders vicious habits and a craving for some thing to do as well as for animal food When in this condition if a member of the little flock shows a wound or effects of blood the chances are that one or two will at once commence to peck at it which leads the others on and soon tho whole flock will be rend ing the little one into shreds devour ing it before one has opportunity to relieve its misery or to Isolate it from tho flock The remedy of course is obvious namely afford the young chicks a wider range and be more care ful in your feeding by making it a point to keep them busy by throwing the food Into litter or suspending a head of lettuce or cabbage where they can peck at it also supply in ono form or another animal food A good way to do this is to take tho underground scratching chick feeds which of them selves are a balanced ration and scat ter the same in a litter of chopped straw or hay about one and onehalf or two inches deep In fact anything that will make a litter may be consid ered available A Sudden ChnnKC Two commercial travelers one from London and one from New York were discussing the weather in their respective countries The Englishman said that English weather bad one great faultIts sud den ohanges A person may take a walk one day he said attired in a light sum mer suit and still feel quite warm Next day he needs an overcoat Thats nothing said the American My two friends Johnson and Jones were once having an argument There were eight or nine Inches of snow on the ground The argument got heated and Johnson picked up a snowball and threw it at Jones from a distance of not more than five yards During the transit of that snowball sir believe me or not as you like tho weather suddenly changed and became hot and summerlike and Jones Instead of be ing hit with a snowball wascrscalded with hot water PERILS IN COLD STORAGE Frozen acterlaJctlveGovernment to Make Experiments The Agricultural Department is fol lowing up a line of scientific investiga tion of tho effect upon perishable goods in cold storage for an unlimited time and Dr Wiley believes that ho will de velop the fact that legislation is needed fixing the period for which such ar ticles as meats and milks may be storedIn ono of the Philadelphia cold storage houses space has been set aside for the ox erlments and a like arrangement has been made In Washington for storing birds and milk The stored articles will be taken out from time to time and examined to ascertain whether or not deterioration has begun and at what period the point has been reached when the ar ticles can be no longer stored and remain good food It already has been demonstrated Dr Wiley says that the bacteria that occasion decay remain in the meat while frozen and that they actually carry on their work although at a greatly reduced rate In one of tho cold storage plants in Cleveland some meat was recently found which had been mislaid and for gotten for a period of eleven years It was sent to the department and a por tion thawed out and examined Decay had gone on to such an extent that tho meat was entirely un for use The greater portion of it was again placed in storage and the observation will be continued The fact that the meat having been frozen for eleven years was in a condition of decay is held to conclusively prove that the bacteria can work in the meat while frozen The object of the investigation is to ascertain at what point tho decay has progressed to such an extent as to injure the food value of the article is at present no law prohibiting the storage of any article for any length of time The only law upon the subject is one that requires fowls to bo drawn before they are placed in storage The Oregons Big Pennant When the Oregon left Hongkong ra centlyafter her long period of service on tho Asiatic station she was flying a homeward bound pennant over 500 feet in length It was necessary to support this long streamer by two small bal loons tied to the end to keep it out of the water The pennant was made of silk thread and attracted much atten tion in the Asiatic port In the old days it was the custom to have a foot of pennant for every day of the cruise That of the Oregon is probably one of the longest displayed from the mast of a homecoming ship al though it is on record that the old Brooklyn on one occasion upon her ar rival In New York displayed a pennant 700 feet long Any Lady Can Do It at Nothing to Try THE OUTCOME OF A DRUNKEN SPREE The Great Haines Cure for the Liquor Habit Would Hare Saved Him From This Awful Fate A new tasteless and odorless discovery which can be given In tea coffee or food Heartily endorsed by all temperance workers It doe thodevoteddrunkard is reclaimed even against his will and without his knowledge FREE TRIAL COUPON l Uulldunr Cincinnati Ohio SIOO SPECIAL DAY TO INTRODUCE OUR NEW EXCELSIOR SOLAR TELESCOPE JUST WHAT FARM RANCH SCHOOL forTerttxtrlalandcelcstlUueeTAisre xnAleneedthlTelcecopotottudytue lounClrleeUoleCUretbiaTde8CO Oeanolredbylhsnderneretfreehouldcertelnhyeecuied withastonlrNngeJearnL breatiningtightentcawhngthey ANOTHERDlWfDr eottIngsuperiortoanythingheOtllrolomUIIIandlnc1earwcather 00l singlehanded opportunities storedThere DrunkardsCured Secretly HomeCosts GoldenSpecll1cwrapperandmallseemedYand seadIt ONLY 60 OFFER WANT I Thousand of others saying tl AND TAKE A LOOK AT OLD SOL Hmr btfore 1 THE OF THE AlE IturreatasmeruawaysItwlarepay SECURE THIS TELESCOPE eIdessayTelraepetsrten1k4500er1000 100I WONDER allwhowlehto1odJWandMip0CHLAttiatsrlNYoBaakDndtytdato IriIlble Its L IAL1 1 j oIiL c i =I J =c c I U I J i r I hAY hAi i A C r I I t l t I it i u 1- T T I r a ty y rfr iupI 1 GR DI 0- gonolI pany Henn will Su r of tr depotThe ed tb- and t r read belO ed a asjj r fiver Jj and 11- twc A lad d It Th the 0 tellac M w3 bo H edsa i 1 a f t a p 1 t t l C f r I 1 Et I cV t li- iit t 4art t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1006 FIRST RIVER SHOW OF THE SEASON Once more the show boat season bns come The multi toned calliopes and the brass band will make the barefoot ed boy lay down the hoe and run to the river to get tbe first glance of the first boat Hrs pa will comman t him to como back to his roe hut Ito no avail The show boat is comin and Ise goin see it firstand off tbA boy is gone to the river The boat aIIS tar up the rivers bend but the barefooted boy waits anxiously in tbe bake Jng sun for its arrival The calliop begins to play Tnerell be a Hot Tim In the Old town Tonight and tbe little fellows feet are no longer pnde his control He begins to dance and cut all kind of capers and unconscien sionly makes a pretty good show out of himself He dances about while the musio goes on The great stean piano changes its tune from the rnggest ot rag time and strikes up on Annie Laura and then the boy gets solemn and begins thinking of how well hi would like to have one of those perserved seats up next to the band Mr S J Allen represents French Now Sensatiion as advance agent this year Ho travels in a launch 2t feel long and finely fitted up Mr Allen traveled with the show he rep resents as an actor for 28 years and is now on the road as a little divers Ion saying that he nad gotten tc portly tor an actors role French if coming here on May 20 which is next Friday night with 45 people many new acts and the best band they have ever had on the river The general impression is out that the show boat industry is an unlimited moneymaser It has been stated that Mr French died a millionire and left a very la ge estate Mr Allen says that all of this is a mistake and that there is only a moderate living for the man who runs a river show He said that there were too many boats on tbe waters for any one boat to make n great deal of money TO CURL A COLD INI ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE I1HOMO Quinine Tablets InurriBt refund money If It fills to euro E W GROVES slcimture Is on eac bboi SSc LONESOME MOMENTS OF TIlE AGENT French New Sensation Friday May 25 Father said that Frenchs Show was coining to us soon And mothttr said that we could go To see the tunny coon For Frenchs ehow is noted To have the best afloat The swell large and roomy seats In their grand theatre boat HH lighted by etectrioity And cooled with electric fans Sweet and soothing music Are rendered by tim band Uuole Abe and TJllie And little cousin Sue Will sit no iu tbe gnllary An Bee the whole show through Aunt Ella with her children Will buy seats close to the stage Where she can see the handsome girls That put people in a ruge With all their costly wardrobe And fancy golden laces Gliding lightly on tho stage With pretty swilling faces Sister teams are plentyful And the acts they do are new No doubt that they will please you For with the show theies two But anybow we ate going to see Our favorite New Sensation For it has always been the best On the Hudson of the west So get your folks together All your cousins and your aunts Enjoy yourself in a youthful way Witn tbe music song and dance Sid J Allen agt See that vour druggist gives you no imitation wnen you asK for Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar the original Laxative cough syrup All druggists Truth tolling is a virtue upon which we should not only insist in the schools and at home but in business and in politics just as ma- chFORTIFIES SHOP AGAINST FLIES Fred May our hustling youig meat market man has fortified hip hop a gainst the summers flfw r he weather bear tl lib hr Ap screened trout o moved the iixingfl i int 4 1r 0O t W I tr tlluti tlm J PETER BESTS CHAIN FACTORY A deal has been almost complete between Jas H ParrIsh and Peter Best Jr of Lewisport which will mean the establishment of another face ory in Seven Hills Mr Parrish has taken up with Mr Best the chair fact ory proposition which hung fire before the Business Mens association and it Is uoderestood that a verbal argee meat has already been reached between the two men although the papers have not yet been drawn up Thirty lots wil be sold in Sever Hills of which Mr Best and hit father wilt take three An acre aground twit be given Mr Best for th erection of his factory and 1000 will be furnished him with a lien upon his machinery until The has paid out X20 000 in wages to local employers The factoiy will be erected on the I C railroad just beyond the Vohmai Buggy Body company Mr Best was in Owensboro last week and tated that he would begin the erection of bis factory and a reel deuce as soon as the deal with Mr Parnsb could be consummated Ho conducted a very successful chair fact ory in Lewisport until a few mouths agoOwensboro Messenger CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho of- PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY W E Brown one of the oldest and test known merchants of Irvington has filed a voluntary petition in bank ruptcy in tbe United States Conrt at Own boro This step is taken by Mr Brown because of bis inability to rUe ilize money on his assets to enable him to satisfy bis iadebetdness with mt a great sacrifice in the value of his iroperty Hi3 liabilities are approxi nstely rOO and his assets arc ovoi 10000 Under judicious management this step will enable his estate to be ettled without the exepense and sacrifice of law suits and will enable every creditor to get every dollar of his in lebtedness besides leaving him u comfortable sum ot money and his home in Irvington Meade Messnger Why take a dozen tbings to cure that cough Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar alters the congestion stops hat tickling drives the cold out brongb your bowels Sold by all druggists HERE MAY BE NO SALOONS IN NEW FRISCO San Frsucieco May 11Ibar the minorities here have no intention of oosening the reins which have held tbe liquor dealers in check since the city suffered its great disaster was made plain to day by an emphatic declaration from Mayor Schmitz that all drinking places will be closed tor an indefinite period He attributed the etnai table absence of crime and the exceptional order which has prevailed since the conjugation to the fact that tba edict pgainst the selling of liquor bad been rigidly enforced Tbe stand of the Mayor was em phasizect when the Board of Police Commissioners met and unanimously ndorsed a suggestion made by the Mayor that all saloon licenses be ro oked The Commissioners wore a unit that the future welfare oi the city would be enhanced by fewer drinking places A number ofialoon proprietors have in course of construction Binporary buildings To these the Commissioners issued a warning ad- VISing them that tbe number of saloon licenses to be issued in the future would be greatly our tailed and that it was unwise for thorn to incur any expense in the way of temporary building operations In San Mateo just over the county me the supervisors recently allowed toe saloon man to open The results are disastrous Thousands of men and woman flocked there and indulged in drunken gorgies and the nearest ap roach to riotous conditions that has existed since the great catastrophe followed Chief ot Police Oman ap ealed to Sheriff Mansfiod of San ateo Connty to close all grogo shops rithin hit jurisdiction and today the dherlff said that he would de so even it it become necetaary for him 3go to tho mllkia for aid We will give you a farm paper free for FIVE YEARS Send us a dollar for the NEWS for one year and we will give you free absolutely free a five years subscription to the FARM JOURNAL of Philadelphia the most practical farm paper printedACT q I Je BreckenridgeNews Rapid Spread of Plant It is marvelous how rapidly some plnnts will spread themselves ocr wide stretches of land The writer vas struck wlMi the vny in which tit yellow charlock touk possession of the line when the Moan Valley rallwa was being made The very next sprlin after the embankments were thrown up their sides were clothed with this rampant ami conspicuous crucifier A1 line of yellow across tbe country mark ed in many places the course of tit railway Topples too for some un known reason will occasionally appeal In strange and wonderful profusion The striking instance related by Lori Macaiiluy may be quoted by way ot illustration After the battle of Lan den tho ground he tells us durlnj ninny months was strewn with skulls and bones of then and horses anti with fragments of hats and shoes saddle and bolsters The next summer the soil fertilized by 20000 corpses broke forth Into millions of poppies Tin traveler who on the road from St Trou to Tlrleinout saw that vast slice of rich scarlet spreading from Landed to Nterwinder could hardly help fancy Ing that the fltnirutivo prediction of the Hebrew prophet was literally accom pllshed that the earth was disclosing her blood and refusing to cover the stain Longmans Magazine A Zuni Ilnbj The Zuni child spends his early days in a cradle But a cradle In Zunllaud does not mean down pillows silken coverlets and fluffy laces it is only a flat board Just the length of the baby with a hood like a dolls buggy top over tile head Upon this hard bed the baby Is bound Hie a mummy the coverings wound round and round him until the little fellow cannot move ex cept to open his mouth and eyes Some times he is unrolled and looks out iuto the bare whitewashed room blinks at the fire burning on the hearth and fixes his eyes earnestly on the wolf and cou gar skins that serve as chairs ami beds and carpets in time Zuni home By the time be is two or three years old ho has grown into a plump little bronze ma ture with the straightest of coarse black hair and the biggest and round est of black eyes He Is now out of the cradle anti trots about the house and the village When the weather is bad he wears a small coarse shirt and always a necklace of beads or tur quolseSt Nicholas A Tliounund 1VMyr of Lying There are u thousand ways of lying but all lead to the same end It does not matter whether you wear lies tell lies act lies or live lies your character Is ruined all the same There Is no more demoralizing in fluence in modern life than the unnat ural straining to seem other than we ate Nothing else so quickly lowers cell respect takes the fine edgo oil- blnor and blunts the eonsolcnco as the ease of being gilded rruui or an unronjt knt stand nrds lr1 attrition and 1 r iO Joy nut of uYIr v 1u the most lr unit bo is ab- u1 liu o vn soul and ec to hla highest tcaiMNUibie While he uw Baalrao at Home H V fa+ vlflltdrp Always en I to cotton or muslin nightgown rose or yellow being her favorite shade 111 bare feet thrust into slippers OIY much down at the heel and a Howe stuck In her wisp of uncombed hair which from a continual use of henni dye is apt to break out In patches ot yellow green or gray llalrbrushe are unknown a very coarse comb alone being used which may accouu for the fact that the hair is neve glossy or well kept She has a dc vouring passion for paints powder and perfumes attar of roses and san dulwood being In special demand Pilgrim w A Tree Olntlllery On the Canary islands grows a four tain tree a tree most needed lu some parts of the islands It is said that tit leaves constantly distill a quantity ot water that is sufllcleut to furulsl drink to every living creature in Illero nature having provided this remedy for the drought of tho Island Every morning near this part of the island D cloud of mist arises from the sea which the winds force against the steep cliff ou which this tree grows and it is from the mist that the tree distills the water Proved It My wife will bear witness said the prisoner at the bar that at the very time I am accused of burglarizing Mr Smiths premises I was engaged iu walking the floor with my Infant child lu my arms endeavoring to soothe it by Hinging Rockaby Baby The prisoner Is discharged remarked his honor lie can prove ia lullaby WnltlnR Intend of Going The art lu life is to sit still and to let things come toward you not to go aft or them or even to think that they an In flight How often I have chased some divine shadow through a whole day tlU evening when going home tired I have found the visitor just turning away from my closed door Arthur Symons In Saturday Review Your Advortliilnflr See that your clerks know nil about your advertising plums Some clerks would never know that you were ad vertlslng if you waited for them to read the advertisements voluntarily American Advertiser There is no great genius without e tincture of madnessSenecatie A representative from New York en Joys nothing better than to recount n story which he declares ho had from an official in the pension bureau One day so the tale runs the bureau was In receipt of an extraordinary commu nlcation from the west la which the writer among other things made this astounding statement I am nov drawing a pension of 211 a mouth Recently the Lord has pros pered me BO belnr convinced that 1 am not entitlr Pt to this money I desire f y It bt stricken off the roll As soon Lrd in a measure i KfJt inter ligence an IL v Sal tat on foot The rlcrcr tf t1ported fidlt Il The Homefly The horsefly is the most cruel mat bloodthirsty of the entire fly family lIt Is armed with a most formidable wenp on which consists of four lancets 80 sharp and strong that they will pone trate leather lIe makes his appear aiico In June The female Is armed with six lancets with which she bleed both cattle and horses and even human beings Caimans Rural World Proem t Inn tIon Out of the greatest evils In life said the elderly woman Is procrustl nation I think so too replied the young married woman I dont see the sense of putting off your golden wedding anniversary till you are sixty or 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Germans TIle balloon is wrecked at tho Chateau La punay Rescued Adams falls in love with Aimee daughter of tho Conn Lagunay The Germans invade France A German Colonel Griesman insults Aimee end is attacked by Adams wh is in turn overpowered by the Kaiser a lIe Joins the German army under a itfriend Loiocnbcrg engages in an am bush of a French column and rrurn it 7 ing to camp learns that Griesman gal f charged Aimee with treason and las l imprisoned her Adams pursues Grlcs c man in an automobile kills him in single combat and takes Armco to a i cousin at Bethel In the terrific lane battle two days later Loiocnbcrp ill killed in the capture of Mbntpclicr The French drive the Germans back with OIlco ute a terrible explosive sprinkled front airships One of the Monttt crew is thrown out Adams blunders into it and is swept away in the gale VIJIli next morn Ing by the sun My clothes were damp with cloud moisture I did not learn until then that there was an aluminum roof to the air car which was pocketed In tho basketwork sides and that there were four electric radiators to provide heat Thereafter I was moro comforta leThe ship floated steadily high In the clouds I could seo nothing but vapor being rapidly dissipated by the sun which occasionally shot clear rays Into my eyes The barometer Indicated an altitude of two miles and the speed gauge registered for the past twelve hours an average of twenty miles an hourAfter a brief breakfast I examined the ship more at leisure I found It a little ahead of anything I had ever seen It steered perfectly and could be sent up or down by the elevation or depression of broad aluminum blades fore and aft A small motor run by a powerful chemical battery operated the propel lers though It was often possible to travel rapidly with the wind alone as motive power There was also a Faure condenser for extracting hydrogen from the air which operated automatically keeping the bag always fully Inflated A wireless telephone outfit various eel entitle Instruments the electrlo light Ing and heating apparatus and the tank for condensing water from the gas bag were novelties In their way I found also a second hamper of food and drinkable and to my groat delight a l box of tine Key West cigars which I opened Immediately The car was eight feet wide and about sixteen feet long and there was ample room for a party I longed for Flelschmann or poor Low cnborg When I had started the motor and set the fans to descend I took a telo scope from the rack and waited eager ly for a sight of something that would indicate my whereabouts By the com pass I was going due westLand If that direction had been maintained all night I was far out on the Atlantic At Jast the clouds around mo thinned and vanished and I come Into clear air Below me stretching away In all di rections to the horizon lay the sea Its tossing waves breaking white under c tHe stiff wind and flashing back the r rays of the morning sun Eagerly I swept the whole range of visible ocean ti Here and there appeared the black smudge of a distant liner and to tho- r northeast I made out a low dark line h that might be either haze or land But iT this was not all Directly beneath met I perceived a series of dark objects all i spouting black smoke They were of various sizes and by the formation I4 could conclude only one thing that they were the ships of a fleet a naval squadron Then I recalled the words of the Kaiser that moonlight night at I the Chateau Lagunay There will be two great battles k One oil the land Is before us the other ti on the sea will occur within a fort wt nights I confess to a feeling of elation that I y was here In the air In position to wlt neea the greatest naval battle of years although I regretted the necessity for this test of arms I observed that the Heatwas headed northeast and desiring a closer view I ran ahead a mile or more and descended until I tad a fair klght The Bhlpa were French by their Swnv Beautiful and stately were the At yejIfl trimly beautiful too 1jJ r when ono took note of their enormous turret gunstwentyInch wlthou doubt capable of hurling a ton or more of metal every five minutes I counted ton battleships five or six tor pedoboat destroyers recognized b1 their quadruplicate funnels and scv oral cruisers Two hugo coal barge wore being towed several miles to the rear This much was visible to the naked eye Looking through my glass I could see a swarm of torpedo boats only their conning towers showing above tho water hovering around the flanks and leading the advance The fleet was proceeding very slowly In a great curve to the north evidently not desiring to advance nearer the coast By late afternoon It had turned and was heading west at the same paceAs the sun drew near the horizon and the wind freshened I turned the nose of my airship to the east and prepared- to spend the night aloft I had been salting leisurely back and forth over an area of perhaps fifty miles In hope of seeing the German fleet Except for the many passenger steamers coming and going there was nothing to be seen Iwas leaning over the edge of my basket smoking Idly I had just chris tened my ship LAlmee and was wishing I had the original withI fromwhen a voice came down upon mo thecloudsWho you It called In French I looked up In astonishment and thero floated the strangest airship I had ever seen It was merely an aero plane supported by great saucerlike metal contrivances with a small bas ketcar hung by slender cables It swept by some hundred feet above me and I had a glimpse of a white face looking down upon me I sped up the motor and rising as I advanced soon drew up alongside my fellow traveler Then ensued a brief conversation Where are you going I shouted Ho was not more than a hundred yards awayI dont know My steering fans wont work and I cannot turn I sup pose I shall have to consider myself bound for America Can you descend 1 YesDrop to the sea then and I will pick you up My ship steers perfectly We were now far beyond the fleet I descended by degrees The other tipped his planes slightly and started down on a long slant like a boy coasting down a hill When within twenty feet or less of tho water he tipped the planes sharply In the other direction and his ship stopped with a shudder hovered for a time like a brooding gull and set tled slowly Into the sea I was close behind him with a small ropeladder and a minute later dripping wet but cheerful he clambered Into my car Then we rose again to the twothou sandfoot level and with just enough headway on to overcome tho wind lay is In a calm- I found that my guest was npno other than Emil LeFevre son of the great Inventor of submarines and explosives When he had disrobed and hung his wet clothes to dry In front of the radiators swathing himself in a rug mean while ho gave me a brief account of his tourney The world was ringing with the news of the great battle on the Catalunlan Plain how the French had been all but whipped when their fleet sf airships belated by some mismanagement camo upon the scene with the new explosive glycollte and sent the Germans back upon their camp klll ing and maiming thousands There had been no movement on land since that All eyes were now turned toward the sea where the fleets were watching LE for an opening LeFevre had been so confident of his ability to manage his aeroplane that he had set out In spite of tho heavy wind that kept back all the less venturesome aeronauts He was determined to witness tho battle Just before he saw mo he had attempted to turn and found the steering gears jammed Had I not rescued him he would have probably found a watery grave It was now dark The air was damp and cold so I drew the roof over part of my car LeFevres light clothing was dry enough to put on and we sat down to eat supper followed by a ci gar I learned then many things about the Impending battle LoFevro being familiar with the explosives and apparatus In use on both sides The Germans were depending largely upon their late invention tho Calnltp aerial bomb This projectile was to be fired by air from a mortar like gun and being fitted with a gyro scope would maintain Its elevation for a distance of eight miles The bomb was two feet in diameter and about three feet long and moved so slowly as JOb visible during Its wholo course It contained a charge pt two hundred i l pounds of CaIn ltc a now cxploslv whose force operated always down ward The bomb contained also a mag net and circuitbreaker so tuned as to be responsive to electrical vibrations set up In a powerful electrical Instru ment on the discharging ship By the use of a unique rango finding apparatus tho bomb was kept In sight during Its whole flight and upon reaching the desired point It was exploded by the mere pressure of a button on the ship irom which it had been fired Tests with this bomb had shown wonderfu accuracy and most deadly effects aerieIlluminatoraarranged to float at a considerable ole vatlon and carrying a powerful chem- Ical light backed by strong reflectors A shoal of those illuminators would be sent toward the enemys fleet lighting up the sea and the vessels and making gunsAgainst had prepared an aerial bomb to dlscharg a heavy and deadly gas and to sprinkle acids or explosives upon the ships of the enemy They were also provided with aluminum armor so thick and tough that an ordinary projectile would merely become Imbedded therein and held fast without being able to pas through Around their ships and underwater they hung large electromagnets exerting by peculiar wiring a repell- Ing Influence on approaching torpedoes at a distance of a hundred yards invariably turning them aside Their mainstay however was a new centrlf gal submarine whlcl needed not to come to the surface re maining down for days at a time yet observing operations on the surface and doing Its work with deadly accu racy LeFevre could not give me the details of this strange machine Its terrible effectiveness however was ap parent the next day I had no apprehension whatever as to the stability of L Aimee and we lay down and went to sleep that night without the least apprehension Stand and true was she even as my own sweet betrothed It was still dark when 1 I was awakened with a start by the sound of heavy detonations below us I leaped to my feet and looked over the side of the car LeFevre joined me the next moment The Germans had evidently planned a night attack by the use of their llluml nators Below us the sea was alight in great spots and dimly we could make out the vessels over which shone the strong bluewhite lights Far oft In the darkness we could see the occasional flash of a gun The Germans were sending home great shells loaded with explosives Their aerial bombs could not be followed at night The French were replying but their fire was more or less blind The roar of tho guns came up to us plainly It shook the heavens Suddenly there was a 01terrlflc01 Ono of the French battleships lied gone to her long home During the rest of the night there was 10 Intermission In the heavy firing fearful explosions sounded now and hen and we could but guess the destruction that was being wrought 1 lad no wish to see either side win at the expense of the other At dawn we were able to note tho situation clearly Six or eight miles sway to the northeast lay the German leet Almost beneath us tho French yore gathered In loose order Both were plyinG their great guns On both sides turning ships were drifting away others were careening halffilled with vater And now with the coming of daylight the combatants resorted to their deadliest appliances As we vatched one of the French battleships there was a dull explosion The great mil opened split In twain like a canto oupe and went skldderlng to the bottom We could see It deep In the clear- water Its hundreds of seaman swarm ne around like so many ants In a bowlIt was remarkable to note tho submarines moving here and there underwater From our height we could sea lear to the bottom and every boat vas visible by a bright streak as It wept through the water Suddenly oFevre clutched my arm and pointed The Centrifugal he said In a whisper I watched It on Its way advancing n a bright whirl of bubbles It was making Its way toward the German SUDDENLY PEVQB CLUTCHED MY Mi6Id compressed torpedoboat fleet and thither we followed But whatever work awaited this terror must be done quickly The Ger mans were wonderfully accurate with their Calnlto aerial bombs Ship after ship quivered split open and sank like a broken teacup The force of the cal alto was so great that It operated for a distance of a hundred yards on every side morel than once sinking several of the smaller ships at one explosion LeFevre groaned as looking back he saw one of the largest battleships col lapse fairly smashed Into fragments Ho shook his fist at the Centrifugal On on I he shouted Do thy work laggard1 The Centrifugal moved swiftly At Intervals It came up with a submarine paused a moment to ascertain whether German or French and acted accordingly If French It passed on If German It darted at the victim touched It and as quickly darted away What terrible power It exerted I could not understand but at that fatal touch the enemy sank There seemed to be no escape no single chance Presently this swift and silent messenger of death was In the thick of the German fleet Looking back I saw that there were but tweet the French 5Or w fir ships left both sadly disabled The German squadron was In line shape but three of Its battleships disabled I sent LAlmee lower to observe more closely The Centrifugal heeded not the torpedo nets It passed through ob structions as though it were spirit We saw It under the bow of the Frederlch Wilhelm the largest battleship of the fleet For half a minute It lay there surrounded as ever by that whirl of sparkling bubbles Then it darted away toward another So interested were we In watching the uncanny move ments of the strange boat that we did not observe the confusion on board the Frederlch nor on the others that were successively visited LeFevre noticed the great ships settling low In the water and spoke of It to me There was something terrible about this de stroyer Inside of fifteen minutes every vessel In that fleet had been stung as It were by this great hornet of the sea and every one was sinking The sea men were throwing themselves off boats were putting out rafts were flung into the sea Presently the Centrifugal finished her work and we saw her whirling away stopping here and there to smell a submarine and to kiss It or to sting It as It happened to be friend or foe What a sight Twentyfour German ships sinking sinking going down to eternal silence One after another they vanished The torpedo boats came to the surface saw what had hap pened and put out for home and neu tral ports The Centrifugal the grim destroyer vanished The great battle was over And neither side could ba said to have won It was practical an nihilation for both Two magnificent fleets of modern war vessels gone ab solutely gone a quarter of a billion dollars In battleships and thousands of bravo fellows dead only to satisfy the bickerings of diplomats sacrifices to foolish notions of honor To LeFovro the operations of the Cen trifugal were a triumph for France and ho was enthusiastic In his delight But I cared little ono way or the other I was tired of It all Life had been too strenuous for me I wanted quiet for a while and naturally my thoughts turned to Aimee my sweetheart Was she safe LeFevre Insisted that I come with him to his home but I refused Turn Ing to tho east we made our way rapidly to the French coast Here we settled to earth In the open country and after bidding LeFevre adieu I roso again and made my way cast I had but ono thought now that the battle was over and that thought I was putting Into action My objective was Bethel where I know my love awaited me But had I known what else awaited me at Bethel I should perchance have gone In another direction To be concluded next week Maxine Elliott Maxine Elliott who has taken a house In London and will leave the stage for a time to enjoy social life is famous as an actress and also for her beauty Miss Elliott who upon tho stage retains her maiden name under which she became fatuous lis the wife of Nat C Goodwin to whom she was married In 1898 She was born in Rockland Me and was but 1G when she first appeared on tho stago Her serious work however did not begin until 1890 when she became associated with E S Willard Subse quently she became a member of Dalys stock company and rapidly won dis tinction which has been enhanced by her performance in her husbands company Dramatically and socially she is a great favorite in both the United States OTH England Copper in Water Kills Germs In looking to the purification of the water supply either tho local farm supply or the water for a great city re markoble results are announced from the application of 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to speak a word or two with people who claim to oe Christiana ana sinners also Now we who clinm to know Christ wo are anpposd to do good and j lead others to Christ lint do we do itT Are welldoing our duty as Christ ian people ought to and expecting to go to Heaven when we dieT I tear all of us dont do ac God commands I fear money Is the order ot the day And it we neglect the the love of God for money what have we In moneycompared I say Will it take you to heaven Can you take money with you when you diet On I God I awaken such people from their slumbers for they Know Inot what they do It is all true that vsfe have to have money to bay this v worlds goods but it shoUld not oy all means keep us from worshipping the vGod who created all things 1 believe AGod gave and created us money to live tr on or to buy this worlds goods with but I dont believe he gave it to us to- goz crazy over and send our eoula to torment for its sake People who have not much money in this world are not noticed by those who have Butto thank God His love is free to all If we cant live in the city and wear fine clothes and have money to throw away and go along the streets not noticiug a living sonl that we meet we can go to onr country churches and worship God as every one mould Instead of every body both rich and poor going along and treating one another as human beings they go along with their heads up never speaking to a living soul Does the Bible teach such I would love for some one to show me a place in the Bible where it IS laid down Go- dsaysLove thy neighbor IIDo we keep nis commandment I fear some of us get together and almost curse their neighbor because their boys and guilt are sweethearts Does the Bible teach that If we see our friends or neighbors do something which we think is not right we run around tell ing every one we see or meet about it instead of going to the one who ai- dthe wrong Now is that a cnnscian act T have heard before now of people having such a long tongue as to stand in the frontyard gate and lick the brea1 pan in the Kitchen Do we anyone and everyone ever think of DeathT This world is going to be destroyed some day are we pre pared to meet God in peace The Bible says Ye know not the day nor the hour in which the son of man cometh Not even the angles in heaven know Why then do we idle onr time away for tho sake ot pleasure and moneyWe go on trom day to day as tho we would live on earth forever But our lives are only compared to a brittle thread In a moment this thread may be broken and are our souls going to a better or a worse place ofabodeIf shall come at the dawn or midnight will be find us watching thenTrain up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it Do we train our children for future life or let them raise themselves How many people try to keep the Ten Command merits I dont suppose God save us those commandments to look ac or to feed to the fowls and stock Do yont- IP believe in parents being gentle with their children instead of harsh Because some time harshness causes disobedience and Ill natnre How many of us church members are Christian people Just merely being a church member wont save any ones soul Let us do little labors of love We are all brothers and sisters If we are descendants of Adam and Eve Let os love for God and think about where we will go after leaving this world God saysBe thou faithful unto death and I will give thee a crown of lifeSome people drive their children up and send them out to Sundayschool and never try to teach them why we have it or what they go for and these innocent cnildren grow up and think they go to see and be seen in Sunday school and church Other people send their children to the every day schools to whip the teacher They aay you just go on over there and if you cant whip that teacher I can and if you dont whip him Ill whip you Then of course these children dont know that they are going to school to obtain an education they think they- pare going to whip the teacher and we t jieednt wonder why we dont have bet citizens Hoping trusting and praying that we will all meet in the Sweet Bye and Bye I am yours truly M a F A Hancock county Teacher CORDIAL INVITATION ADDRESSED WORKING GIRLS Miss Barrows Tells How Mrs Pink hams Advice Helps Working Girls Girls who work are particularly susceptible to fe rn a 1 o disorders especially those who arc obliged to stand on their feet from morn ing until night in stores or facto ries dayruAbby1out girl and she is often the breadwinner of the family Whether she is sick or well whether it rains or shines she must get to her place of employment perform the duties exacted of hersmile and be agreeable Among this class the symptoms of female diseases ore early manifest by weak and aching backs pain in the lower limbs and lower part of tho stomach In consequence of frequent wetting of the feet periods become painful and irregular and frequently there are faint and dizzy spells with loss of appetite until life is a burden All these symptoms point to a de rangement of the female organism which can bo casUand promptly cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegeta ble Compound Miss Abby F Barrows Nelsonvllle Athens Co Ohio tells what this great medicine did for her She writes Dear Mrs Plnkham I feel it my duty to tell you tho good Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier havo done form Before I took them I was very nervous had dull headaches in back and periods wero Irregular load been to several doctors and they did me no good Your medicine has made me well and strong I can do most any kind of wort without complaint and my periods are all- right am in better health than I was and I know It is all due to your remedJesI recommend your advico and medicine to all who suffer It is to such girls that Mrs Pink ham holds out a helping hand and ex tends cordial invitation to correspond with her She is daughter in law of Lydia E Plnkham and for twentyflve years has been advising sick women free of charge Her long record of success in treating womans ills makes her letters of advice of untold value to every ailing working girl Address Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass CHILDRENS DAY PROGRAMME Program for Childrens Day exercises at Hudson on the fourth Sunday in May 1008 10 oclock Welcome address by W S Proctor 1D20 Response by John P Uaswell Jr 1040 Soug by children 1050 The Sundayschool and Its Aims by Rev C M Bnckhanan 1120 Song by choir 1133 Tne Superintendent and His Duty Rev J W Hoskinson DINNER 1 P M Song by the school 115 Recitations by the children 2 P M The Teacher und their Duties by W S Proctor 225 Talk by Superintendent 2 45 Song by choir 3 P M Remenissences by Judge NI McMercer of Hurdinsbnrg Miss Magma Proctor of LeitchHeld will act as organist John Comer W S Proctor James R Paul Mrs Lon Arms MM Mattie Hudson Mrs ComerCommittee Warning Yen cannot have good health unless your Kidneys are sound for the kid neys litter the blood of impurities which otherwise act eriitating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body und cause serious trouble If you have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure yon will have only yourself to blame for re snlte las it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases 1 do not believe in a bluff I feel about a nation as we all say about a man let him not say anything that he cannot make good and having said it let him make it good It is possible to obtain relief from cnronio indigestion and dyspepsia by the use of KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA Some of the most helpless cases of longstanding have yielded to it It enables you to digest the food you eat and ex erases 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 he stomach sweet puts the boiler In condition to do the work nature demands of ItgiVes you relief from di gestive disorders and puts you in shape to do your best and feel your beet Sold by all Druggists Nothing can make good citizenship in men who have not got in them courage hardhood decency sanity the spirit of truthtelling and truth seekingCIidTORZi gar11it Kind You Han AlnisBNiM Blfutan at THAT DEAR OLD HOME In my heart Ill cherish ever Recollections of a home tar away Memories of a gentle mother And father old and gray Brother dear and kind Who southed my childish fear And led me by the hand Along the valeof years Ulster e tender and tine Wherer my footsteps roam I will always think of you In that good old home Then I left a sister brother When I became a bride There in dreams my gentle mother Comes and watches by my side And sweet Fannie too is there- To cheer the lonely hours While I gladden another home She is roaming amid the dowers With every wisn at her command May God shield her from all harm While I wander in a foreign land And lean upon a loved ones arm How sad to think of the past Of the scenes in that dear old home Too bright too beautiful to last TT They will soon be gone forever gone L D Oakland Cal A torpid inactive liver can produce more bodilvills than almost anything else It is good to clean the system out occasionally Stiring 1 the liver up and get into shape generally The best results are derived from the use of DeWitts Little Early Risers Reliable effective pleasant pills with a reputa hon Never gripe Sold by all Druggists DEPOT PROPERTY DRESSED UP Spring cleaning was going in at the Henderson Routs depot last week and the station put on a brighter appearance for it Dudley Walker colored cut the grass trimmed up the vines and added a lick or work here und there CloverportH depot is the pride of the town and every one begins to regret when they see It nnkept The town has been fortunate though and the Henderson Route has taken as much pride in the plane as the town and always has had it kept in first class condition A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind IJleedlnR Protruding Illas DruKKlsts are authorized to refund money IIf iAZO OINTMENT falls to cure ins to 14 Days Se- cTHE JUNE SMART SET The Hesitation of Gioella by Edith Mauvane is the title of the novelette which opens the June num ber of The Smart Set It is a charm ing story the scenes of which are laid in France the period however is modern and the sory is ot an appealing character which will win for it many admirers Mary Austin so well known tor her atones of the shepherds on the west urn plains contributes to this number one of her best tales entitled At Tio Juan It is a tragedy in minis ture worked out with remarkable skill Arthur Stanley Weeler is again a con tributor The Violin is a ghost story thoroughly fascinating Amos De Lany is a new writtr but his con tribution The Strength ot His Arms will cause his name to be remembered Robert McDonalds The Reformation ot Bily Henderson Isa delightfully humorous tale and The Making if a Man by Edna Kenton will please a host of readers Arthur Stringer is at his best in Three Women and Love and there are other stories by Mabel Herbert Urner K J Rath Lelia Burton Wells Charles Battell Loomis and Anna Warier be sides a story in the original French Bliss Carman is the author ot the essay Tbe Uolden Age and in it his exquisite prose style is revealed at its best The poetry is unusually at tractive Reginald Wright Kanff manRuby Archer Charlotte Becker Theodosla Garrison Clinton Scollard and Madeline Bridges pre among the versifiers whose work appears A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25o box of Bncklens Aruba Salve when it completey cured a run ning sore on her leg which had tortu ed her 23 long years Greatest antisep tic healer of Plies Wounds and Sores 25 o Short db Haynes Drug staleI Epperson an Orator Columbia Ky May nMr Earl Russell Epperson of Louisville who is a stndentof Center College Danville delivered an oration subject Ever Present Problems before a large audience at the Presbyterian church in this place last night He is a capt ivating orator pleasing all his hear ersMr Epperson is known in Clover port having been here last year on a Government surveying boat He is known to the younger set HALLS Reneweru Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it used to have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dandruff disappears An elegant dressing U ztttsX3ftsaMt n Defined TommyPa what is intuition PaMy son it Is that quality in woman which makes her think either a horse or a baby will win the race be cause it nas such a cute name Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than twenty years Mr J B Massey of 3322 Clinton St Minn eapolis Minn was tortured by sciatica The pain and suffering which he endured durlnu tnis tine is beyond comprehension Kothinggave him any permanent relief untIl he used Chamberlains Pain Calm One appli cation of tnat liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible and lees than one bottle has effected a permanent cure If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 25 cent bottle of Pain Balm and eee for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain For sale by Short C Haynes Voracity AnglerDo the fish bite around hereNativeBite Say stranger we have to muzzle em so they wont chew up the innercent bystander The Richest Man in the World Tne richest man in the world can not have his kidneys replaced nor live without thorn so it Is important nut to neglect these organs If Follys Kidney Cure Is taken at the first sign f dacger the symptoms will disap pear and your health wall be restored as it strengthens and builds np these organs as nothing else will Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky writes I have used Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stating it cured me permanently of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my Ilife Missouri will send larger delegation to the Kentucky homo coming than any other state Postmaster Rubbed G W Fonts Postmaster at River ton Ia nearly lost his life had was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years T bad cnronio liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails 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 Hayned Drug store 50 cents Senators Bailey and Tillman IIr I scanning the horizon for Republican VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair convertlst ot the Democrtlc party which is like waiting with a skimmer to catch larkS when the sky falls Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggistat Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysonville Mo tnree of my customers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Discov ery and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and wove to Arizouia but after using New Discovery a short time he found it necessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as tho most wonderful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Short A Haynes Druggists GOc antlf11 Trial bottle free ian lIp near VTork Bill Winters uses Ills wit iu ssre rtstrength During n camping trip In the Maine woods Bill was easily tho laziest man in the party Finally his exasperated comrades told him that if ho did not kill something besides time they would pack him oil home The next morning Bill borrowed a rllle and went ofT up the mountains Two hours later the men lu camp saw Bill run ning down again as fast as ho could conic and close behind him was n bear The men watched the chase with load ed rifles ready On reaching camp lilll turned and shot the bear When tho men could stop laughing one of them said Bill what on earth possessed you to run that distance with the bear so close when you might have killed him on tho hill and saved your breath 1 Bill smiled slowly Whats the use of killing a bear In the mountains and lugging him in when you can run him lu he asked Boston Herald sloop Connlilcr UN Dirty A habit of our own which we con sider far more cleanly than eating with our fingers is looked upon by the Moors as filthythat Is washing our panda or face In a basin and still more taking a bath where the water is not running The cleaner we become they say the dirtier tho water we arc washing with must necessarily be come and eventually we step forth as clennsedfrom water which Is no longer clean A Moor to wash his hands lIlas the water poured from a vessel over them and never by auy chance dips them into tho dirty water Tho same way lu their baths The water is thrown over their bodies out of bright brass bowls and flows away through holes lu the marble or tile tloor Mod orn Society LnwelTit Motto In n eulogy which appeared In the Centijry Magazine Just after Lovells death are these words This Is Low ells legacy as a patriot not the sentiment My country right or wrong but My country It shall never be wrong if I cu hale 1 it Doyotiwait daily pa per for 100 The NEWS and the Louisville daily HERALDboth one year for 200 The HERALD is a live paper and gives the news of the world from pole to pole in a bright interesting way THE NEWS PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high madebyunteed Moderato prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCIIE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience m set tling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlN5BURO KY theCourtscouatIescollectlncroadpractice In United States District Courts Office i vet Bank ot liardlnsburit LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET CO- INCnaronArzD3 Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednea day Friday and Saturday 4 p 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published This offer should be excepted without delay as it only holds for a limljtime ul r TT1II I I I i r = j jiItor1A n ai1 Uf kag 3 fi erl n S flOU Itre rhea Ion The and or Ill t I M M l I II oat Then pen Yet tshm ery done Rg a- thlch oent skew ant I as b- corn pr Sf- able cas or- ants testw One laklnontly rdersound ounduslne uslnelothh dopte Yet Ben I- ther atm tie w ers anii vote resBetorkeIf r clo florlahe no of mt dc- o B- 10usa ad OV 1 star ad I I fit om artnter leap f tter- lce th ole sn Iglls1Ie The s IU st rlo- 1re tI uth n- sslbIr 700Cs Jthes ho b- appr 1tt he h ar zleded deded t ilie ast ins Amlr O fl laussil tck C tume3ks thetime co nt Jbrltl 4 it I Ir5a i iMW f- li J7 J FOOD ADULTERATIONSWATERFOWLS GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL In these days of so much talk about pure foods and with the protective legislation by Congress on the subject the bulletin of tho Bureau of Chem istry Department of Agriculture or Some Forms of Food Adulterations and Simple Methods for Their Detec tion is very timely Since tho middle of the last century the subject of food adulteration has attracted a constantly Increasing amount of attention In this country however very little was lone In this line until about 1880 In 1881 the Division of Chemistry began the study of food adulteration and since then has given a great deal of time to the subject Since 1898 the origin and place of manufacture of the foods studied by the Bureau have been care fully noted and special attention also given to Imported foods In 1883 the first practicable food Inspection law In the United States was w iAiii Hi intowN ciiixiisi misiF- IIIST TOVLOrSK GOOSE Fort Wayne Ind Dor 1CK3 CJHOlP DIIOWN CHINESE GEESE at St Louis enacted in Massachusetts Since that time other States have enacted enforced food laws until at the present time twentylive States are seri ously attempting to regulate the char acter and quality of the foods sold Ir their markets In three additional States laws relating to the purity ol dairy products enforced and in several others a beginning has been made Food Regulation Abroad Food legislation has received much attention abroad and the more ad vanced foreign countries have effective food laws and enforce them rigidly Inc subject of the purity of foods is more widely studied in the United States now than at any previous time The people as a whole are better In formed on the subject than ever before and there is a constantly increasing demand for definite Information In response to a very large number oi Inquiries regarding the matter the bul letin of tc Bureau of Chemistry has been prepared as a popular statement regarding the nature and extent ol food adulteration and includes simple tests by which the housekeeper or retail dealer may determine some of the more prevalent forms of adultera tion practiced The demand for information on this subject is now very general and a is often the case when public Interest iq deeply aroused there is an unfor tunate tendency toward exaggeration which irequently amounts to sensa tionalism Such an attitude is oi course to be deplored and unless it Is checked must sooner or later react unfavorably It is not unusual to speak of somo of our typical foods as poisoned and of the manufacturers as poisoners Such characterizations arc frequently exaggerations to the point of untruth Deleterious substances are in many cases added to foods At the same time the word poison has a- very strong and distinct significance and should not be applied to anyone of the substances ordinarily added to foods except in tho sense that they I slgnlI liberately administers an article in tended to result fatally or at least very disastrously to health The Juggling of Words During recent years there has been a tendency to confuse the minds ol many by an Incorrect use of certain words frequently used in the discussion of foods It Is the policy of some man to limit the word adulter ated to foods to which have been added substances of lower value than the foods themselves with the inten tion of increasing the weight or vol ume This limitation is not justified by the English language not by the facts and such a restriction oi the term is entirely unwarranted Th word adulterated properly describes a food to which any noncondimenta foreign substance not properly constituting a portion of the food has been added The fact that the added substance may be at times of a greatei commercial value than the food itself has no bearing on the question Con versely the word pure is properly applicable to foods that aro unmixed with any foreign substance It maybe wholesome or unwholesome but this property Is not indicated by the word pure or adulterated This Definition la not of course complete JliB claim is made by some manu i facturers that the addition of a pro servative to food does not properly constitute adulteration because the pre servatives added are of greater com mercial value than the foods them selves Such a claim however seems to be netting but a play upon words For instance benzoate of soda has a greater commercial value weight for weight than tomatoes and the claim has been made that for that reason Its addition to tomatoes actually in creases the expense of the preparationI of tomato catsup As a however it permits the tomato pulp to be prepared in large quantities and preserved in barrels In a much less ex pensive way than can be done without Its use It Is evident therefore that even though the preservative employed Is more expensive than the substance to which it is added the addition is really made for the purpose of cheapening the product It is not for this A WINNING IllIZK OF Exposition ant are are ufacturers certainly reason that such a substance is properly called an adulterant however but because It is an added foreign sub stance and Is neither a food nor a con diment These definitions cannot bo emphasized too strongly Adulterated foods are not necessarily unwholesome foodsThe bulletin published by the De partment gives In detail the various kinds of nrllllternnts and additions to T the ordinary beverages and foods used In ordinary consumption and also simple means of detecting the presence of the foreign matter contained In them The pamphlet should occupy a prominent place in every household library and can be obtained upon ap plication to the Division of Publica tions Department of Agriculture Feeds Fowls Automatically A farmer in Oregon who owns a small poultry farm has devised a novel duringhiserected troughs to hold food for the I hens and these are connected by wire with an alarm clock in the farmhouse When the owner leaves home in the morning he sets the alarm clock at the hour of feeding the chickens and by an Ingenious arrangement when the time arrives the alarm goes otto the connecting wire releases the troughs and the food Is spread before the hungry fowls r Oklahornsl e a I WaterFowl in New England Droller ducks are grown by the thou sands in several localities of Pennsyl vanla New Jersey and Long Island as well as elsewhere the greatest num ber however coming from the first named sections One farm alone dur ing tho year Just passed marketed 37 000 broiler ducks from its plant But New England Is the home or breeding grounds of the best quality of market geese sold in this country The most careful the most determined and the most successful breeders and handler of high quality market geese are scat tered from Rhode Island to the end of MassachusettsThe common or gray goose has been largely displaced by tho state ly Embden Toulouse African and China species The Embden and the Toulouse are the result of a union of the efforts of the French and the English The African the Hong Kong and the China geese came perhaps from the Asiatic countries Recently at the Boston Poultry Show was exhibited the finest lot of geese that have been shown in this country for all time One pair of Embden pure white geese reached the enormous weight of 58 pounds and the Toulouse gray market geese almost equaled them in size Next to these in quality is the African so much valued for the rearing of what are known as the mongrel geese The white Embden said to have originated from the visit of a swan to some of the commoner flock of a town of the same name on the Continent have been carefully bred and selected until they aro very large handsome white geese which seem to be valued first as a truebred variety for the producing of feathers and market poultry The Toulouse that came from France are fully their equal in every way except that the feathers are gray or mixed with gray Instead of pure white What is known as the wild or Canada goose mated with an African pro duces the mongrel goose so highly valued In the Eastern markets from Thanksgiving through Christmas times When the Canada gander and the Afri can goose become properly mated they will be constant one to the other to the end of their existence growing each year one or two broods of mongrel geese that are ready for market during Thanksgiving and Christmas times and dress to a weight at this age heavier than either of the parent pair The quality of the meat is excellent the price obtained ranging from 275 to 4 each according to the season and the quality and finish of the individual specimens themselves These with the Embden the Tou louse and the China geese furnish the highpriced geeso for the winter mar kets No one of these of the bettor qualities is ever sold for less than 28 30 cents per pound and there is a toI sale for all of them offered at prices In addition to these of geese are gathered from as far north as Nova Scotia down through all the States of the Western part of the coun I vI WHITE EMBDEiN GEESE try Into New England where large fattening yards are conducted These yards are large plants with lots some thing like the stock yards of the large cities only smaller In size The geese are placed In the enclosures and fed tot heavyweight and fine finish to be dressed for market As many as 10 000 geese are gathered at one or two points In Massachusetts and fed In this way for the winter markets It takes several weeks to properly finish them and new supplies are constantly coming In to replace those that are sold off The profitable demand for geese of this kind extends over a period of from nine to twelve weeks begin ning Just before Thanksgiving and end- Ing in January No attempt haa yet been made In this country for the excessive fattening of geese such as is carried on In Ger many those so fattened with us being only prepared to a finish for roasting nor has fattening or feeding for the excessive size of the livers ever gained any consideration here The major per cent of all the geese brought into the markets for general consumption are sold and the demand for them n I Bunion Comfort Guaranteed No Pay if we Fail FREE TRIAL FOR TEN DAYS = To every thousand population in you desire to keep the protector you will remit this country there are just 2 dozen to us 50 cents for the one you have and 50 people troubled with bunions The cents for one for the other foot if you need it torture they suffer is unnecessary for if you are one of the 84 per cent there is a device that is absolutely The Fischer selfadjustine Bunion Protec guaranteed to remove the pain tIWtor is a neat soft leather device so pliable that moment it is applied This device is it conforms to the shape of the foot from the instant it available to try for the mere asking is applied and yet so firm that it prevents pressure upon We can affordto make this offer the sore spot because we did it successfully last It is wornrover the stocking fills out the hollow year in 122000 cases places in the foot and acts as a and lost less In this way the shoewe thanFI H Ebridging1 per cent ofall prevented from SELFADJUSTIHGo coming in contact with the soregoods we shipped through removedour do givesp1 the foot a natural form and cent of all bunion suf Retains tho Porfoct Shapo and Correct Linos ferers are troubled on both feet inof tho Shoo A larger shoe in not required than is neces Trnn dealer in our ciry has our torll wear for comforta uv y 3AV An absolutely proper fit can be obtained by the tenstock we send Free on days Remember absolutely use of the protector we par THE Trial ono Fischer Bunion antee that the protector will hold the large toe joint in absoits natural position will prevent all friction irritation Protector and takeFISCHER you or pressure from the bunion will form a firm wall all MFG CO lutely no risk You need not around the bunion and will give instant relief and last MILWAUKEE Qeven send We assumeing comfort It is self adjusting will always hold its fc 0 postage place and requires no buckling or strappmg All you WIS tevery expense Ifat the end have to do is to put It on and forget ItS there Any 436 SCOTT STy obtain the Fischer Bunion- FluhetaunloaPtotecmfforyy4 areshoe dealer or druggist can I meoneof the trial period you for you If his jobber does not handle it not re1 levedrotector this advertisement and tell him to write to us the forletsagree to to for ten days If title you write us telling us the foot on which you wish to factor i will remit soc in payment That ends the trans give the protector a trial1 and the size shoeI you wear for same IIfi not I arree to return the But ifnod we will send the protector immediately Inquire protector to rOUt action Of your dealer today or write to us Mr name li a Mr St and Not FlU In this Coupon stating which loot your name address etc and we will lend the protector it City y- y once If you do not cue to tend Coupon write ui a letter containing the tamlnfor- mallonStaleS1ze of Shoe e asked here ceases by the middle of January Fol lowing this domes the sale of tho capons and the virgin cockerels so highly prized in New England The scientific part of the handling of geese Is growing them to a condition PAIR OF GRAY AFRICAN GEESE where the feathers are Just right to be plucked from the carcass without hav- Ing tho bad appearance that of neces sity must be present if there is a largo amount of down or short feathers showing Geese to be properly mar keted at their best should bo plucked at the right time then fed and cared for so as to be ready for killing just aa the now growth of plumage Is full and complete and ready to be stripped clean and clear from the body at killing time This is the scientific part next to the experience in the handling feed Ing and caring for which bring such large numbers to the finest finish and most desirable condition for selling in the market It is a sight one would never forgot to see eight or ten thousand of these geese confined in lots or runways being fed and cared for by attendants to bring them to that perfection of mar ket poultry not usually seen outside of New England and New York City T F McGrow Why Laud is a Good Investment The statistician of the Department of Agriculture of the United States esti mates that In 1931 the population of this country will bo 130000000 and the census bureau agrees that this is a con servative estimate To supply the requirements of this number of people will necessitate the production of 700 000000 bushels of wheat 1250000000 bushels of oats 345000000 bushels of corn 100000000 tons of hay and cot ton tobacco and fruits and vegetables in proportion To produce this Im mensely increased quantity of food and kindred products will necessitate the bringing under cultivation of an additional 160000000 acres of land and It is estimated that we have only 108 000000 acres available for cultivation Of course these estimates do not take into account the efforts of Secretary Wilson of the Department of Agricul ture whereby every acre will eventually produce double Its present crop Nevertheless these statistics present matters for serious reflection and should bring it home to every thought ful man that good agricultural land to day otters tho best and safest Investment on earth and that there can be no better object in life than a determina tion on the part of every citizen to acquire at least enough of Mother Earth to ensure him a living for him ownIDdlyldk k PERFECTLY DEVELOPED WOMEN BEAUTIFUL WOMEN YOUR FORM AND FIG URE MADE PERFECT rsly bt crea MyperfectedatotalmthodoftrwArnmtaiIIattuatlysodpennmmtly nilI n1 ImplaI develop and enlarge lb bust from 6 to 8 Indies and gift that s tiling and mauled firm proportion of Nature that queenly bearln so attractive to all Thin cheek neck and araii made plump and beautiful Crow feetwrluklefrom aDd the eyes and mouth are Do not despairI on account of are Beauty of form flriltllily and ICIIDIlIicaUIrenod free from wrinkles and freshness of youth alwsjs follow the use of my = naturaltreatment1 flo r you may lack in itwayof perfect form of fl mre Nature will generouslr ipplyJ for you If 101110 my treatment as it rlloroulfaDd Itltllllllmolalollh dert opine forces of Nature and makes plump tat ant sunken places and creates tli most fasclnatlnr and beautiful curres MrKlentifle method mud not Ix eon fused withI tho many quack drucs and remedies or creams becaus it ISa purity ctnttlto- bade In strict accordance with physiologicalI and anatomical It assures fair froth skin o cheeks beautiful Ideal fiiure eten In the most horwleefi caws I abolutiarante1 satllfsctlon ou1f1reD book containing before and alter lustra lions and information how todolop yourself at home wiltn ymifnwand rIJdiddress conndentlally Department 03 THE BELMAR ASSOCIATION Delmar Uulldinc it East ilW M New York City Selling Chicks ti Day Old Tho hatching of chicks in quantities and then selling them direct to poultry breeders and fanciers Is a business that is developing all over the country largely doing away with the bother of sitting hens and the detail and atten tion entailed by operating an incu bator The plan is simplicity Itself Experienced incubator operators put In substantial hatching plants solely for the production and Immediate disposi tion of chicks direct to poultry people both amateur and professional For tho most part the new method possesses some range In its application It has been found that dayold chicks will bear shipment to a considerable dis tance and that a car ride of from ten to fifteen and twenty hours Is not con sidered extra hazardous Prices for dayold chicks are a matter of barter between seller and buyer something depending on the breeds and strains but usually ranging 160 and up per dozenThere aro several establishments In this country which make this an ex clusive business and enjoy a hatching capacity of from 1000 to 6000 eggs at l time All report a healthy demand for their living product at remunera tive prices The Biggest Spider Madagascar Is the home of the dog spider the biggest of the spider species and much larger than tho tarantula The body of the dog spider weighs nearly a pound and each of Its eight legs is about as long and thick as an ordinary lead pencil Cnn love ft Lot of Works Can Save II Lot of Money YO U Can Increase Your Comlorlil Can Increase Your Profit Jrrouare Interested In thoe thsnge we eond you ournew book about IELECTRIC ST YVheelt4I ELECTRIOlIarw and the gon Jloro than a million and a quarter of them are In use and several hundred thousand farmers pay that they are tbo best Investment they ever made Theyll tare you Moro money more work give bit ter eenfee and greater aatlatactloo tban any other metal wheel made because Thee Mad Belter Dt evert teattba are the bet Spoke united to the hub If they work looee your money back Dont Guy wheel nor wagon until you read our book It may fare you many dollars and It fret ELECTRIC WHEEL CO Box 203 Oulnoy Ilia 1tow to elect a good furnace No U I LeaderdtoolFurnaeocoeteyl9freightaldOtheralzee I Teatg Oo744 Tacoma Bldg Chicago 0 THE LAME There are only two Ex pateatedboth weIl10 wltbOConn nom LAim you tvroiJioirs T7wear ready made 1900 shoes flipper or Uinrd ttra trttlotii ollollonol back no lacing no earn 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o1Mi4q 11 1 Wf vi ho 9c cllI I tin vii Be JO we ttb ttQ ttC ttE J J Il IGeI Iff Ifrf 2lit litLe In beJ Drl ttweI Wr t Ice gC- I L I 1QIi i F- ii 0- erb ten RyUs i Usgu 4 1N1 fie SICe sic WIan t l lavSCth SCt SCn thfe fer feC fek r d r u tiJft 71 jiJ F 1 =Y 4tt JR1 I D Sowsao l nQn1 nyam amtll tllSup Supepo epohe bead ndead lelo d a- five Sk 1 anttWt twtlad ladId IdIt itTl Ttth te- la aabe btCt ecSI SIt r4Ii t srsr- I sr- I t- II I rrrr-r- rf rre ifIi It x- I k II t rJ rf r I 4r 44- 4Y I JJ t 1oL The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NAY 21 1006 CIRCUIT COURT- PROCEEDINGS The following gentlemen composed the Grand Jury H A1 Cannon Sam DeJernette C T McClananan Roll Butler John A Carman J W Ken nedy J W Storms Henry C Drane Austin Pate Charles Satterfield H C Haddock and J D Havnes The court appointed J W Storms Foreman ot the Grand Jury The petit jury is composed of the fol lowing persons C B English James M Withers Ben F Galloway John Harper W H Brumfield George Gil bert Cliff E Plla Teue Bandy H L Stader R H AdUinaon J T F Owen W E Rfttnaoy Wm Adkisson M N Arms Alex Gray Roland Wadlington W G Smart Peter Lyons Luthur Murr Coral Board W Hendrick Henry Hardin Fladge Mc Gary and J J Severs Thrnsvia Hall vs Arthur Drane On motion of the plaintiff this action was dismissed settled Pete Sheeran Bro Co vs Wm Down On motion of the plaintiff continued and alias process awarded Eli H Dean vs Employers Liability Insurance Co Tho defendant confessed judgement for and paid X225 to the plaint tt and the action was dismissed settledInternational Harvesting Machinery Co vs A J Giosa The parties hav ng settled this action the same was ordered dismissed R L Newsom vs Rose A White house On motion of the defendant this action was dismissed at the cost of the plaintiff Winnie Hall vs Flora Macy On motion of the plaintiff this action was dismissed without prejudice Cfiff Slaton vs R G Hill etc On motion of the plaintiff this case was stricken from the docket with leave to restoreIsabelle Pool vs Forreat Pool It was ordered by the court that this cause be dismissed settled Joseph Fraize vs John Mattingly The court sustained a demurrer to the petition to which tne plaintiff except ed and dwliaing to plead further was grunted an appeal to the Court of Ap peals John L Rued vs J T Moore On motion of tho plaintiff this cause was continued and at his cost Einliy Ravmer vs Melvin Raymer Upon motion of the plaintiff this ac tion was stricken from the docket Julia A Wilkerson was grantei a divorce tioiu Geoigo L WilKerson and also awarded the custody and control ot hei child William Wilkerson John Yv Vest etc vs Mike Tieiney Tne couit rendered a judgement vs the defendant tor 450 with interest trom Sept 7 1000 subject to a credit of 10i paid Sept 17 1003 L Grueu vs Chas Fentieea Upon motion of the plaintiff this cause was continued and at his costs E U Harnod vs S A Davis On motion of the defendant this ae ion was transferred to the Iqnity docket and continued Mary Payue vs Thomas Carman tbiF1ollcsetiff with interoit at 0 per cent from the date ot the judgement Hank ot BanHiwliurg v W A Buy nee This action was con tiI mini ou motion of too d fandantIR S Bandy vs F P Payne vc The defendant tiled a deuinrr to he plaintiffs petition and the action was submitted on the demurrer Montenegro Rbeiiu Music Co vs Jacob Weutnorliolt The defendant til ed exceptions to the deposition of C N Muttingly and the action was con tinned James Drtiry vs Sarah E Bandy The defendant by her attornery filed a written motion to strike certain por tions ot the petition and the action was submitted on said motion The Grand Juiy adjourned Saturday after having returnd only ten indict mentH They also made some recom mendations as to improvements of pub lie property Comltb of Ky vs Ode Robblnsrharg ed with furnishing liquor to a minor This prosecution wad dismissed upon tailure of proof upon motion ot attor ney for the defendant Comltb ot Ky vs George Douglass charged with breaking into the store house of Frank Fraize The jury fail ed to agree aud the defendant was re manded to jail in default of a c100 bondW PSauberryof Owensboro was ex amined by Judge Henry Moorman and A R Kmcheloe and granted licens to practice law The bond fo Hobert Day was declare forfeited in the prosecution of Com Jtb of Kyvs Root Day charged with shoot e ing with intent to kill but upon th showing made by the oondsmana por tion of the bond was remitted by the courtComltb of Ky vs Laruus Cecil charfi ed with false swearing This prose tit ion was dismissed upon motion of the Comltb s Atty upon failure of pi oat Tile jury in the prosecution of the Com Uh of Ky vs Isaac Blait who was charged with assault and battery reo turned a verdict of guilty and fixed his tine at z5 and the costs of the pro secution Georgia B Haynes was adjudged to be an idiot Among the visiting attorneys during this term are James S Wortham and J C Graham Loitchiield V G Balbage Cloverport Jack Trent Brandenburg R N Miller James R Skillman Owensboio The Grand jury indicted John H Clark Neal Holland and Frank Whit worth for the murder of John A Coke Tice indictment alleges as follows The shooting was doue by either said John Henry Clark Neal Holland or Frank Whitworth but this grand jury does not Know and can not state which one ot them tired said shot but one of them did kill and murder said Cone and the others of said defendants did than and their conns tlI udviceencour age aid and abet same but which so actully tired the shot and which so ac tually counseled aided advised encouraged and abetted therein is to this grand jury unknown Court will probably adjourn Wednes day TOBINSPORT Boney Sanders has returned home Mrs Mary McKinney is very sick Miss Alia Lamb was in Cloverport TuesdayMiss Polk spent a few days in Cloverport last week Chester Polk has purchased a new rubbertired runabout quiteIandayLittle Miss Mary Earls went to Rome Sunday where she will visit her grandfather MrEarlsM- iss Nell DeWees returned home from Rome Friday where she has been the guest of relatives Misses Nina Weatherholt and Verna Ryan spent Sunday in Cloverport the guest of Miss Maud Polk Miss Mary Anderson left here Tues day for St Louis Mo where she will be married to Mr George Winchell of Fyiue Okla Mr Winchell Is formerly placlI and strawberry supper at the Tohln port school house Wednesday night The proceeds will be used toward carpeting the Baptist Church All are invited to attend CHENAULT J C Brodie was on the sick list Friday and Saturday F1T Sullnmn wont to Louisville Sunday with hogs Miss Jlonnie Grcenwell of Ilho delia is visiting her un loM1 C Frymi re MissJ George Fleitr from Missouri is visiting MrI and Mrs Frank Fleitz Misses Ermio and Jessie War ren spent Sunday with Miss Mag StallmanDr I S Sphir and J F Jarboe went to Hardinsburg Friday on business Little Vernia Bonnet who has been attending School at Stephen sport returned homo Friday Miss Mary Burch of Mooloy vine spent a few days last week with her aunt Mrs J F Jarboe Messrs Claud Buren and Joe Vessels from Rhodelia spent Sat urday with Misses Ermine and Jessie Warren L H Bosley and family Mr and Mrs G B Cunningham and grandchildren Mrs A S Allen and daughter Mrs Floyd Miller and little daughter Mary Louise all dinned with Mr and Mrs George Gilliland Sunday and all report a pleasant time To Cure Cold One Day Tab Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven IMQBoa froze soW la past 13 months TfeiS Signature I HOMECOMINGPROCLAMATION Gov J C V Beckham as issued a proclamation inviting all former resi dents ut Kentucky to retain to this State for Homecoming Week June IS 17 next The Louisville Commercial Club will Lave prnted between sixty and seventy thousand copies of the proclamation end one will bo mailed to every former Kentuckian who has heretofore received uo invitation for Home coming Week The paper is regarded bv those who have read it as one of Goy Benk hams best efforts and without doubt will have great influence upon home sick Kentuckians who read it The correspondent to the Arsociation Press sent the proclamation out by wire and it was printed in every paper of prominence in the United States Following is the proclamation in full HOME COMINb PROCLAMATION Commonwealth of Kentucky Execu tive Department FrankfortTo all absent sons and daughters of Kentucky unto whom these presents shall come greeting- As the fond parent yearns for the return of an absent child so does your mother Commonwealth rejoice in the prospect of bringing yon bant even for a visit to the Old Kentucky Home Wherever you have wandered into whatever lands or clime you may have gone to take up your abode you are now by parental authority summoned back to the proud old State that gave birth to you or to your forefathers The old dinner horn that in days of yore told you of the approaching meal has been taken down from the wall and there issues from its sonorous and hospitable mouth a trumpet call reach ing the remotest corners of the earth and breathing into the heart of every homesick Kentuckian the musicali and irresistible appeal that he drop all else and forthwith begin his pilgrimage back to his native hearth A joyous welcome awaits yon feasts and festivals have been prepared to gladden your hearts burgoo and barbecues will awaken old and delightful memories in you music and wag in sweetest strains will cheer and comfort you oratory and she in eloquent terms will recount to you the love which your old State bears for you and the interest and pridH she has taken in your success in other lands As tne genial sun ot spring warms into life the beauties of nature so will the Kindly glances and friendly grasps of your old friends in Kentucky inspire in you if possible greater and tenderer love fur the State you once left Peace and plenty shall be yours ana hardened indeed must be the heart that resists such an invi tation and parental appeal Gods country in Juno will put on her loveliest garb for yon nature will wear as she can wear only in Kentucky her brightest wreath of llowers and smiles the feathered songsters will gaily join in the musical celebration green pastures shady woodlands rolling hillsides and picturesque streams will In glorious and gorgeous style bespeak the welcome which thrills every heart We have this great event for your cowing in Louisville from June 13 to 17 thence ycu may radiate into all parts of the State where eqaully hose ptabl welcomes will be given you Now theretore aI Governor of the Commonwealth ot Kentucky I J C W Ueckham du by those presents and by the authority of the parent which Kentucky claims over all her children oven unto the third and fourth generations command pence and every form er Kentuckian whether separated ftoiii us by imaginary State line or broad seas to come back home It he be at the plow the forue the counting roomtne business oilico or in what ever employment let him for the time cease his work and return home Men women and children who possess the priceless heritage cf having a drop of Kentucky blood in their veins must ober these commands and not fail to be with us during this gala period It is not necesary to issue any commands to the people here as to the treatment of the guests tor the former are anx ious beyond measure to show them that the old Kentucky home is just as good now as it ever was Done at Franfkort this Uth day of May 1000 and in the 14th year of the Commwealtb- J C W BECKHAM By the Governor H V MoCHESNEY Secretary of State By W1i GRAYOT Assistant Secretary of State Mr J E Keith was in Gnston last week superintending the erection of a monument r a in c8 afd 1IeTwoD olio emJ WLPftfiJYULAUflJYw WE HAVE THE GOODSShoes Shoes for tho men Shoes for tho Ladies Shoes for the Children Shoes that look good feel good and wear good The latest cuts Swellest stock it town Gents Furnishings Wo are showing in this department an elegant line of Mens Furnishings Shirts in white plain and plaited bosoms the stylish plaids and checks Ties Hose and Underwear that will please everybody Now is tho time while the stock is largo and patterns numerous Highest market price fo- rwool an- dProduce I iwMwrwwww AMN WE MAKE THE PRICESII THUEE to maintain our as the Banner Business House of Big Spring viz Goods Prices and Trade Of the first we have never before been better sup plied and so well able to meet the wants of our customers as we fire now Our stock is incomparable It was timely and judiciously bought hence no difficulty in making the price a little lower than any other house that may occupy second or third place New goods and novel ties continuously coming in Every day brings fresh arrivals No high prices Some brilliant bargains if you will come Avail yourself of this opportunity w Millinery This department is in charge of an experienced lady show ing tho most stylish andup to dato line of hats over shown in Big Spring IIJtJW WE WATCH THE TRADEClothing In this department we are in tho front rank with a largo stock of stylish and up to date goodsre hate both single and double breasted suits in the latest designs made by experienced tailors Fit well look well and wear well Paints and Oils Wall Paper and Ceiling Paper Varnishes and Stains Hardware and Tinware Furniture and Stoves Chinaware and Glassware Harness Sad dlery Drugs and Gro ceries Highest market price fo- rWOOl an- dProduce YES Dress Goods Laces and Embroideries We lead others follow Right on the spot with the goods firstclass and up to date In variety price and quality we are unequaled Look through our line of Veils they are something nice we have made a Great Hit with these Patterns Beautiful Patterns in Organdies Dotted Swisses and Lawns In the White Goods line we tip our hats to no one India Linens Persian Lawns Mulline Batiste Dimities4 Linens Shirtwaist Patterns Shirtwaist Fronts Our stock of Laces and Embroideries to overflowing Our line of Woolen Dress Goods is complete Pretty Patterns in Mohairs Lustres Serges Worsteds Venetians Etc Come let us convince you we can save you money on your Purchases PRICES ARE HOT RED HOT Sizzling Hot Now is the time to strike while they are hot Come to us once and you will always be found trading atj i tieM YRS Big Spring KentuckY r2lisAli 4 JI 1 t 0 r 1P T T i j t r f I 1I 1 tI 1 ffJ ij t it I 1 f i r rii J 1 r J J r J 4- i t I 0j 0I i f J J I iI ti i 1 ia i it ii i 9I 1 t 4 f 4 j1I r trtI t