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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r x H THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSIi ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTl VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1906 12 Pates NO 47 l I I J it t I rsv r svsva lji I i I I + r t J I II I j J I rt- II 5 t r- ii j r- I OLD FASHiONED BARBECUE r i I The best tfie grandest barbecue and picnic that has ever been held or will be held this year will be this one We have everything to amuse youeverything to please you We are making this the best the finest picnic ever held in the count- yflERRYGOROUND1 BRASS BAND BOX BALL DANCING The gates will be open no charge will be made for entreance the tar water will be free nothing will be done to mar your pleasure Good roads are being built to the springs and we are getting something new for you every week It will be a Fountain Ferry TAR SPRINGS JULY 4 WEDNESDAY Setter Than Ever More Fun More Attractions Mere Amusements Admission to the Springs is FreeTar Water Free tf The Grandest of them all Nothing ever before like it It will be a great whirl wind of fun and joy Come PATS HALLWAY Props Cometo Henderson Route Special Service The Henderson Route announces that two special trains will be run from St Louis to Louisville June 1 in order that a homecomers may have a pleasant and comfortable trip One rain will leave St Louis at 1000 a m arriving at Louisville at 780 p m The other special will leave St Louis at 1000 p m arriving at Louisville at 725 a m According to the shedule the trip well be made in nine hours and thirty minutes the train coming through with out waking stops for passengers HUMPTY DUMPTY SCORED A HIT Humpty Dumpty put on here Friday evening by Emersons show boat scored a hit The performance and scenic effects were probably the best ever seen here on a show boat Humpty Dumpty himself and the scenic productions were the best part of the show This is Emersons Cos first sea ion on the river and it is certain each year to come afull house will greet the boat as they made good the first timeNot the leat part or the show were Mr and Mrs Emerson The Tom Thumb wedding will be given by the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church in Oelzes Hall on Friday evening June 20 to I in in DOCKET Kv June ery court There were 01 cases on the docket the in recent years w M and JH Iv of Kirk was in town last week This is his first visit in years Interesting The Bee in with the ice cream lact to be an part of the Not a great many Mrs and Mrs Fred stood up than the others both ed the word then the prize was drawn for Mrs by Rev W E at his home on Hill San Cal May 20 1000 James H a native of Mills Ky and Kittle L Baker a native of Salem III Both of Chula Vista Cal and will make that their future home MASONIC BARBECUE4 t The Barbecue Breckenridge Accepted will Hardinsburg Ky Saturday August 4 1906 NEW AND NOVEL ATTRACTIONS by the Bank of Hardinsburg 10 in GoldGiven horse colt Breckenridge county foaled 1906 YOUR READY LOOK OTHER ATTRACTIONS LATER All COMING LARGEST IN tRS 5Quart convened Monday largest Mattingly Matting eight Spelling Bee- Proves Spelling connection snppper Tuesday night proved interesting evening Nancy Ferry Ferry longer misspell racoine Nancy Ferry winning MARRIED INCALIFORNIA Married Crabtree Golden Diego Tuesday Wright Clifton residents Third Annual of Lodge No 67 Free Masons be at the C1H ten Goldgiven by C V Robertson the stock man plU country to the colt in Breckenridge county in I B F Beard Co will give one of fine I10 Saddles to the winner of our Annual Mule Race I GET STOCK FOR KINDS ARE YE Hardinsbnrff Pitjspyterian participated and best mule foaled 1906 their Committee 1 1 11- I 1r r I A i v y t 1 r J t- JJ 4 ira The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 61906 CONDUCTORSLET OUT J Four conductors and one flagman on the Louisville Henderson and St Louis rniload running between Louis ville and Evansville were relieved IromII duty Monday Tho change comes as a great suprise in Owensboro and all along the route They were very popu Jar with the patrons of the road The conductors relileved from duty were W J Benton John Miller John Shesnam and Too Hawes The flag man is Harty Cunniff The folowmg freight conductors canny people of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to be in curable If you have kidney or blad der trouble commence taking IToleys Kidney cure today before it is too late Three Physicians Trceatd Him Without Success W L YanoyPaducan Ky writes I had a severe case of kidney disease and three ot the best physicians in Kentucky treated me without success I then took Foleys Kidney Cure Th tart bottle gave immediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently I gladly recommend this wonderful remedy Sold by A R tishet Cloveqort Girl Married Mr J P Holder ot New Abany Ind and Mlss fcva Isom of Clover port came down on the noon train Tuesday and wore married by Esq N H Bruner at the Hale House Han cook Clarion You cannot induce a lower animal to oat hartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves htmsolfand gets well The stomach once overworked must have rest the same as your feet or eyes You dont have to rest your stomach KODOL OR DYSPEPSIA takes up the work for your stomach digests what you eat and gives it a rest Puts it back in condition again You cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Kodol Sold by all druggist Popular IIn Hancock Miss Jennie Patterson of Cloverport was in town Monday She is one of the teachers in the public school at i that place and is an exceedingly popular Hancock county girl The schooll at that place has closedHancock Clarion Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Borroughs an old and well known resident of Bluff ton Ind says I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trouble I make this statement after having used the remedy in my family for sev ral years I am never without it This remedy is almost sure to be need ed before the summer is over Why not buy it now and be prepared for such an emergency For sale by Short Haynes Cluverport Tribute To Kentuck No fairer women in the world Nor braver wen are living To bless the pine whence tney go Than those that you are giving And tor your strong and loving ways Your happy homes and graces Your was are zenllnus that your name hill held tin highest IIIAlJesIAnd love you dear Kentucky Dallas News An Alarming Situation trr intly results from neglect of ologgi 1 bowels sad torpid liver until onnI Mpation becomes ohronic This condl i in la unknown to those who use Dr ivinii s New Lite Pills the best and ntlest regulators of Stomach RDdII HnwJI Guaranteed by Short A Hay n a Jruggiata Price 23c Huge Rattler Mr John Thomson of the Stitbton neighborhood had nn exulting expert nee tbe other day with a huge woods rattler throe and a half feet in length and nine iuouefr in circumference The reptile pot up a lively fight out was finally dispatched by Air Thomson It was of a floe bright hue with well itlined pots and was a slpendid spoor men ot the regular woods rattle snake Elizabethtown News All HumorsA- re impure matters wHIch the skin liver kidneys and other organs cannot take caro of without hII Pimples bulls eczema and other erup tlons loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits ot Indigestion dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them They are removed by Hoods SarsaparillaI- n usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs 100 doses 1 SETS PACE FOR- NECKWEAR Wm M Ditto the congenial pro rnetor of the Corner drug store has set the pace for the boys in the latest thing in neck wear The tie worn by him Sunday combined bread th with novloty extending as it did almost clear across his expansIVe chest If yon want it hot from fashion inakerp get it from Billie boys Meade Messenger Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach ana liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S Coo says They res tored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and chronically torpid liver It Eleurri Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guaran tee by Short Haynes druggist Price SOc TOBINSPORT weekeA good many from here attended the ball game at Cannelton Sunday Miass Eva and Eliza May of Clover port attended the strawberry and ice cream supper given here Wednesday nignt They were tne guests of Mr and Mrs Conrad Simons Miss Mary Groves attended the ice cream and strawberry supper given at Skillman Saturday night Miss Elsie HarrIs spent Saturday and Sunday at Skillman the guest of Miss Minnie Tomes Mrs May Peckenpaugh and song Uussle and Thomas are visiting Mr William Suddath and family MIss Zona Hyde of Cannelton was here Wednesday night the guest of Misses Male England and Nina Weatherholt Etbert Lamb and sister Miss Allla were in Canneltoii Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs William Tinaley A statement in this coluw lust week concerning the marriage of Miss Mary Anderson and Mr George Winchell was n mistake Mr Winchell arrived here from Tyrone Okla Tuesday and he and Miss Andeson were married in Cannelton Wednesday They lett far their howe in Oklahoma Tuesday Following The Flay When our soldiers went to Cuba and tiie Philippines health WitS the most mportant consideration Willis T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route 1 Concord N Boo suysI was two years in Cuba and two years in tile Philippines and being subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumpt ion which kept we in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at Short Haynes druggists Price COc and jl00 Trial bottle tree Drought Severe on Kansas Wheat Topeka Kan May SThe east crn half ot Kansas is suffering from a drought that has reduced the proba ble wheat yield GO per cent Corn is very bacKward Constipation makes the cold drag along Get it out of you Take Kenn edys Laxative Honey and Tar cough s nip Contains no opiates nil druggists The sworn statement of the manu facturers protects you from opiates in Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar the cough syrup that drives the cold nut of yonr system Sold bj All drug guts Ii igh Tax Closes 900 Saloons Cleveland Ohio May 8Accord ing to brewery agents 000 saloons closed today through inahlllity to pay the 1 00 tax demanded by the new Aiken law CHENAULT Held from last week J R B Warren went to Louisville Sunday with bogs Win Benvin is visiting his uncle B ileaV 111 at Rlioduliu Guy E Bureb came down from Louisville Sunday to see friends and relatives =Misses Roberta BrOdie and Elizabeth LImes wno have been visiting in Hardl nsbnrg returned home Sunday Air and Mrs G B Cunningham and grand children Nannie Lee anfl G B Gardner spent Saturday with Dr D S Sphire and family Mrs Floyd St little daughter Mary Loulsejwho have been visiting friends and relatives returned to Henderson Sat rday =1 STANLEY ATTACKS TOBACCO TRUST WashlngtonMay 28The American tobacco company the Continental to bacco company and the Imperial tobac co company were tag subject of a scathing denunciation at the hands of Mr Stanley of Kentucky today in thO House of Representatives Mr Stanley said that neither the Standard oil company nor the Pennsylvania rail toad company or any other combina tion of men outside the penitentiary have openly violated the law as has the American tobacco company during the past two years Fromnever follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antisupti and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Osward merchant of Rensselaersville N Y writes It cured Seth Bnrch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw It Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores 250 at Short Haynes durg store BEWLEYVILLE Hold from last week Mrs Herbert Cain who has been ill for sometime is much impoved at this writingMIs John Compton and son Carl visIted relatives at walnut Grove Saturday and Sunday Will Payne returned to Louisville Sunday after a three weeks visit hero J Mrs W A Walker and children Hardmsbnrg are visiting kJ M Walter and family Miss Flora Meador Basin Spmgs spent Sunday with Anna and Beolal Payne DavldHardawaywho has a positIon at Cecilian was at home Sunday visiting relatives Mrs Alonzo Bennett has returned home from a visit to her sister at Leb aeon Rev Roe filled his regular appointment here Sunday as Junius Foot attended church at Hill Grove Sunday Misses Fannie Hardaway Bnla Payne and Kathleen Walker are at home from school Mrs T W Anderson is visiting her daughter in Louisville The County Sunday School Uonven tion meets at GarHeld June 1st and 2nd All interested in Sunday schooll worKS should be in attendance Unknown Friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendId results but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving ia testimonial of their experience fn publication These people however are none the less friends of this reme dy They have done much toward making it a household word by their personal recommendations to frIends and neighbors It is a good medicine to have in the home and is widely known for Its cures of dalrrhona and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport FORDSVILLE Held from last week Mrs Albert Quinaberry is on the sick list =Mr Wayne Reynolds has gone to Cincinnati to accept a position in a bankMrs Allen Wilson and children are visiting relatives in Louisville Mr J J Jones has purchased the store of E E Quinsoerry and has moved his family here from Owens boreMiss Evelyn Ford has returned home after a visit to relatives at Winchester Dr E P Rodgers who has been iuifeiing from rheumatism has gone to Hot Springs Ark Mrs R W Hines and children are visiting relatives in Indiana Mr and Mrs Clarence Miller of Owensboro are the gnests of Mr Noah Miller Mr lohney Johnson who has been visiting his brother at Morgactiold roturned home last week MM I F Bennett of Owens or was the gutts of her parents Mr and Mrs S K Allen last Sunday Miss Alma Ford who has been at tending the Conservatory of music tCincinnati returned home lastFri day Mrs Lon Rodgers of Miloo KY- after a visit to her parents Mr nM- rs J S Reynolds returhadhome last Saturday The school taught hore by MlsIlRlce Churman cloeed last Friday night with a most delightful entertainment CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 13lgnattlre of I ANIMALS AND HEAT Varying Kftectm of the Scorohla nay of the Sun Wild animals oppressed by heat are almost human In their actions They seek shelter from the sun thIrst much- for water and fall down at last sun struck The tigers of India seek jun gles nearly Impenetrable to man where In the pools they wallow for hours chin deep in the water rather than endure the heat of the sun drlv ing through tho mass of foliage over t head Further than this they may sometimes be surprised like deer lathe water Cattle seek the woods and shaded spots when the sun begins to show Its fury but they are soon driven out by a more deadly enemy the armies of bloodthirsty and keenly weaponed in sects and resort to tho hills Curiously enough many insects prefer keeping In the shade to quenching their thirst with blood When the cattle seek the pools and streams fish gather around to snap up the tiles killed by the tails of the beasts- Fishermen see deer along Adiron dack and Maine lakes and streams in the hot days of summer The deer In the streams nibble at a Illy pad now and again and swim across to Islands or the opposite shore No mammal bears the heat so well as domestic cats When dogs seek the shade cats stretch themselves out in the sun and not till dogs pant In the shade will they move Into the shadow When it is hot cats drink a good deal and lie quietly In a sort of doze as It thinking of ice heaps and snowdrifts According to an animal collector the polar bears sear to enjoy the heat of midsummer When the sun beats down hottest these thick skinned brutes He stretched out In the full I glare just as a dog or cat lies down before a fire In midwinter The birds of the fields the roadside birds the sparrows and the pigeons bathe In the hot dust but also find de light In a pond drinking great quanti ties of water and splashing about with the greatest enthusiasm- In England the rooks gather round the sheep troughs waiting eagerly for the evening supply of water to be turned on In Australia parrots and birds driven from their shady perches and flying over an opening In time al drought sometimes fall dead The woodchuck retires to the moist depths of Its burrow the squirrel to Its home tree The hare lies In the long grass beside a brook In an alder bedThe snakes the mud turtles the droonlng Insects seek the cattle paths and road sands or some log In a pool of water on which the sun beats heavi est The heat Is to thorn welcome A ICIfifllnK Fcflttrnl- Hclmagcn a Roumanian country town of 1200 Inhabitants holds its an nual fair on the feast of St Theodore On this occasion the place swarms with newlyI married brides from some sIxty to eighty villages In the district though widows who have taken fresh husbands remain at home The young women in festive attire and generally attended by their mothers lulaw carry jugs of wine Inwrcathed with flowers In their hands They kiss almost every man they meet and afterward present the Jug to his lips The individual thus regaled bestpws a small gift on the fair bride Not to partake of the proffered wine Is regarded as an In sult to the young wife and her family She Is therefore reserved toward stran gers and only kisses those whom she thinks likely to taste her wine The origin of this custom Is not known Some say that it dates back to the time when the Turks made frequent raids into Transylvania and carried away all the young women on whom they could lay hands Such of them as contrived to escape from captivity happening to return to Helmagen at the time of tho fair kissed their friends and relatives and even strangers who congratulated them on their wonderful deliverance America FJrnt Itlcc The very introduction of rice Into America seems almost providential having been brought about by occIdent when in the year 1C91 an English ves eel being stormbound put into Charles ton harbor Time ship beaten by the storm and in need of repairs was compelled to lay in harbor for some time and it was while there that her captain gave to one of the citizens Thomas Smith a small quantity of rice which principally constituted the cargo Smith planted tho grain in his garden and the plant thrived and bore most abundantly whereupon Smith gave seeds to his neighbors which they also planted and were successful in raising crops Prior to that eventful occasion tho great stretches of lowland along tho Caro lina coast now very valuable bad proved a barren waste and In tho planting of this little parcel of the wonderful cereal and its successful harvest is found tho logical beginning of rice culture in AmericaSunset Magazine The Word Lubber The word lubber Is In Ralph Rois ter Dolstcr circa 150111 3 And where ho Is touted and laughed to scorn For tho veriest dolt that ever was born And tho veriest lubber sloven and beast Living In tho world from tho west to the east Tusser uses the word In Five Hun dred Polntes of Good Husbandrle 1580 page 131 E D S For tempests and showers dccclucth a mcnle And lingering lubbers looso many a pence Time word lubbers was In constant use in the sixteenth century and oc curs at least twice In Udals transla tion of Erasmus Apophthcgmes Al most 200 years before this Langland told of the greto lobres and longe who were too idle to work Notes and Queries IHALeSAhfghI VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer1 hair Keeps the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff and always restores color to gray hair ttnuttcyftEXtW DRAGGINGdown pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally come irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness Irrl lability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure i WINE OF CAROUI Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stimulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place- It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER In strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free ad vice in plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladles Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn I AWIUL my and Mrs GrovesMo and my very 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Pets all kinds and how care for them Price Cents No 8BIQQLE SHEEP BOOK Covers the whole ground Every page full good ad vice Sheep men praise Price Cents your paper made for you and not fillt yeirs old the great boileddown quitafter you hwe safd Farm and worldthe biggest paper size having more than Three An ONE the 111001E YEARS remainderof 1900 and 19071903 1903 and 1910 sent mall any iddress for DOLLAR BILL FARM JOURNAL and circular describing D1CKJLE BOOKS free CO PUBLIdnBHS FABil JOVBMAL The Story That Amused BiucrMon Ralph Wnldo Einersoi was once greatly amused with tho following ecdote lady deeply veiled and dress ed In mourning was riding in stage coach Vermont to whom sat small sharp featured eyed woman who began catechising her thus Ilavt you lost friends Yes have Was they near friends Yes they was How near A husband and brother Where did they die Down Mobile What did they die with Yellow fever Was long sick Not Very Did you get their chlsts Yes did Was they hopefully pious il hope nod trust they was Well if you got their chlsts and they was hopefully pious you have great reason to bo thankful The stress laid tho chlsts and the placing of their rescue before tho piety of time lost and brother as reasons for thankfulness struck Emerson exceedingly characteristic of certain class of Yankees and mirth provoking SUFFERED PAIN in womb ovaries writes Naomi Bake of Webster menses were painful taking Cardul woman do suffer as did Tin and five for Farm Library of unequalled valueIPractical and Comprehensive SBeautifully I Commonsense 74 Illustrations a 60 i In Profusely 50 A All 60 I Butchery etc 60 HEALTH es A 60 of to 60 of it 60 Farm JournalIs a ml Is 29 America It H of of its hltthenllIonlheheadI I JOURNAL 5 alll of by to A Sample of WILMBR ATKINSON OP PHILADELPHIA J News Want Ads bring results an A a in opposite a black I a to they I on husband as a Infinitely 1 a A it Tho Fn lilonnllo Dinner Eight men exclusive of the butler are required to servo a dinner of twenty four covers one being allowed for every three diners Another fs stationed in the pantry to run in the courses Absolute order and silence reign among theso men who perfectly under stand the butlers cabalistic signs Electric signals pass constantly between chef and butler From the seat ing of guests until tho ladles leave not more than jclghtyflvo minutes should elapse for long dinners aro considered bad form Upon these occasions scarcely a member of the domestic corps escapes some special duty Tho housemaids assist the pantry maid After each course twentyfour silver plates and countless small silver must be carefully cleansed wiped very dry and thep polished with chamois before being put away Nearly 200 pieces oC engraved crystal ware must be washed and polished and It Is too costly and brittle to bo hastily handled Every bodys Magazine S tt t I 1 t 1 f t r i sr 1 rr t f I A iI f i KH i if I A J 1i r 4ti1 t t J 1 J 14 1Fay 1 frt frs i I rY oer 1v t y 1 i rThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 0 1900 FAVOR ELECTION- PUBLICITY BILL Washington May 28Tbe House committee on elections of President vicepresident and members of Con gress today athonrized a favorable re port on the bill of Representative Gaines ot West Virginia providing for publicity regarding election expenses It provides to whom contributions shall be made and defines political committees How to Break Up a Cold It may be a suprlso to many to learn that a severe cold can be completely broken np in one or two days time The first symptoms of a cold are a dry loud cough u profens watery discharge from the nose and a thin white coating on the tongue When Chamberlains cough remedy is taken every hour on the first of these symptoms it counteracts the effect of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by Short Hanyes 25000 EGGS IN- INCUBATOR The largest incubator in the world has just been tested on the poultry farm of Dr S B Smith at Lykons this countyand proved a failure says a Bucyrus 0 dispatch Dr Smith conceived the idea of a monster incubator and one holding 100000 eggs was con structed for him with an elaborate system of heating by forced draft A gas engine and blower forced hot air into tho hatchor After a few preliminary tests with indifferent results Dr Smith decided to make a trial with 25 000 eggs At the end of the usual period of incubation there appear twentyeight of the mostexpen sive chicks that ever opened their eyes upon a world t f trouble The 24792 other eggs were spoiled through tho impossibilityof regulating tho heat properly The sincerest tribute that can be paid to superiority is imitation The many imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve that are now before the public prove it the best Ask for DeWitts Good for burns scalds chaffed skin eczema tetter outs bruises boils and piles Highly recommended and relia ble Sold by all drugg- istsYELLOWSTONE PARK OPEN Butte Mont May DThe Yellowstone National Park will be thrown open to the public next Friday ac cording to the announcement made yesterday by Supt Brook of the re serve Bnpt Brook says that a num ber of new geysers have sorting into existence during the past year and hot springs are sprouting forth Women as Well as Men Are Iade Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dIs- courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor druggists and cheerfuiness disappear when kId- neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys lithe child urinates too often If the urine scaldS the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by In fifty dollarjsIzes sample bottle by mall soon the not the free also pamphlet till Homo of BrtmpRoot ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer CQ BInghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper thedameBoot and thd address BInghamton V Is on every bottle A CRITICAL PERIODIN- TELLlGEHTWOMEN PREPARE Dangers and Pain of This Critical Period Avoided by the Use of LydIa E Pink hams Vegetable Compound How many women realize that the most critical period in a wo mans existence is the change jof life and that tho anxiety felt by women as this time draws near tAIHilylanJlIIS not without reason If her system is in a deranged condi tion or she is predisposed to apoplexy or congestion of any organ it is atthis time likely to become active and with a host of nervous irritations make life a burdenAt time also cancers and tumors are more liable to begin their destruc tive work Such warning symptoms as a sense of suffocation hot flashes diz ziness headache dread of impending evil sounds in the cars timidity pal pitation of the heart sparks before the eyes irregularities constipation varia ble appetite weakness and inquietude are promptly heeded by intelligent women who are approaching tho period of life when womans great change expectedWe E Pinkhams Veg etable Compound is the worlds greatest remedy for women at this trying periodLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound invigorates and strengthens the female organism and builds up the weakened nervous system as no other medicine can Mrs A E G Hyland of Chester town Md in a letter to Mrs Pink ham says Dear Mrs Plnkham dlsplaoementtorof life I had a gOod deal of soreness dizzy pclls headaches and was very nervous I wrote you for advice and commenced treatment with Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound as you directed and I am happy to say that uU those distressing symptoms left me and I have paM safely through the cbngo of life a well woman For special advice regarding this im portant period women are invited to write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass She is daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham and for twentyfive years has been advising sick women free of alwayshelpful Scrnim From the Sea There is otter found at sea a life belt or some sort of a life preserver floating on the water that bears the name of the vessel to which it be longed said a veteran sea captain As soon as It Is reported there is at once a great amount of speculation on the part of those Interested in the ship as to whether tho vessel is safe or not This Increases to alarm If the ship Is any way overdue In most Instances the preserver has been washed from the deck by a wave or has fallen overboard and the alarm Is entirely with out foundation I remember an in stance in which my boat broke a crank shaft We were eleven days overdue and we were given up for lost because a raft that should have been fastened on the deck was washed overboard and picked up by a faster liner I have sometimes thought it would be a good thing If these minor articles were not marked South Sen Island Customs When a south sea Island mother wishes to chastise her child she seldom resorts to slapping and slippers of course she has none Instead of using the forms of punishment customary among civilized mothers she pulls the childs hair or bites some part of the body generally the fleshy part of the arm In wandering about the village one sees many children having qn their bodies scars produced by wounds in fitted by their mothers teeth When a mother wishes to caress her child she deftly draws her thumb across Its eyebrow or cheek or gently seizes its cheek between her teeth Tho rubbing of noses Is also a mark of affection among the Klngsmlll islanders as It is among tho Maoris of New Zealand Hot Soda Oath Hot soda baths are recommended by some persons for rheumatism and the way they are taken is this Fill the tub half full of water as hot as can be borne add half a pound of common baking soda and immerse the body for at least twenty minutes keeping up the temperature by the addition of hot water from time to time Vaseline or cold cream should be rubbed into the skin after the latter has been dried in order to replace the natural oil A nit of English Humor Recently the London Morning Post contqincd the following advertisement Wanted A nurse for night duty only one thoroughly accustomed to bottlo babies This called forth the remark from the British Journal of Nursing To bottle babies How is It done and for what purpose are these Innocents used when bottled A Bright nay Your son 1 believe made some experiments while at college Yes ho discovered what be calls bis scientific paradox What is the nature of it Ho succeeded in demonstrating that debts are expanded by contracting them Given and Taken Away A tiny bridesmaid at a wedding the other day surveyed the departing brldo and groom with a gloomy brow Oh dearI sho pouted Sister was going to get married today and have lots of fundI And now that mans taken her awnyl MAN EATING TIGERS Dangers Fnced by Sportsmen Who Hunt Them Lien who have shot the big cats of the Indian jungle ull emphasize the difference between an ordinary tiger and a mats eater One varies from the other at much as a domestic pussy from u wildcat The man eater when It catches sight of a hunter Is at once all aflame with the passion to devour him It has tasted human flesh and knows Its sweetness When the Britisher In India goes tiger hunting therefore he looks first of all to his own safety Having learned that a tiger rarely looks upward he seeks n position at some distance from the ground as for Instance the how dab of an elephant or a inuclwii or leaf covered box perched lu a tree The tiger usually keeps Its eyes on the ground because It Duds Its prey there and Its enemies also The natu ral Inhabitants of the trees the birds and the monkeys It holds In contempt But on the ground besides the sweet fleshed man lives the water buffalo Its most formidable foe In combat the buffalo most times kills the tiger The peculiar sagacity of the elephant Is of great assistance to the man who hunts tigers from the howdah At the approach of the big cat the pachyderm trumpets an alarm and If properly trained It will snatch Its master with Its trunk should he be on the ground and lift him Into the howdah on Its back It then seeks the shadow of some tree and stands perfectly still as if knowing that In this way It will steady the hunters aim When one shoots tigers from the machan or tree ambush he usually picks a place where the beast Is wont to retreat when alarmed With a com panion he hides himself in his nest In his hand he holds a magazine ride loaded and cocked while In his belt he carries a half dozen pistols for Instant use should the gun fall him Then he sends out n score or more of natives as beaters to drive the beast toward him Encircling the regldTi the beaters begin to rap on the trees and to shout and these noises because of their strangeness frighten the animal Yet when neither the howdah nor the machan Is available the tiger hunter will seek the shelter of only a steep high rock A captain of the Indian army recently killed a huge man eater with only a rock for refuge The very evening that I slew the beast be said In telling of his adventure the creature had devoured a woman returning to the village with a bundle of wood she had cut In the jungle Only an anklet and some locks of hair were left to tell of her fearful fate The villagers called me foolish for trying to kill the brute for they sakl he would prove too cunning Man eaters they said were fur more cun ning than tigers that had never tast ed human tlesh After they hud sacrificed to their god however they became more hopeful The beaters went out to drive him toward me It seem ed most likely he was lying under n great banyan tree not very far away Meantime I perched myself on a rock high over a stream Soon I heard fierce screams and knew that the beat ers had found the tiger at home and were driving him toward me A moment later he crashed through the un derbrush a hundred feet away There he stopped his great tongue lolling from his cavernous mouth Hearing the noise coming nearer he slunk to ward the stream My first bullet caught him lu the flank It only an gered him and lifting his head he glared at me with blazing eyes It was the first time he had seen me The sight of a titan seemed to drive him mad With a fierce roar he leaped upon me but just as he rose In that spring which meant the death of either one of us my second bullet pierced his heart and he fell In a heap at the bot tom of the rock The Acorn The male flowers of the oak are gath ered in distant clusters round a long swaying stalk They approach much nearer to the conventional Idea of a flower Individually Instead of being n mere aggregation of anthers or pollen cells on simple scales those of the oak are possessed of distinct starlike hairy calyxes each marked ofT Into six or seven lobes and containing ten slender stamens with two celled anthers Then the female flowers which are usually two or three near each other but not connected consist each of an ovary with three short curved styles and invested by a calyx that adheres closely to it and becomes the husk or shell of the acorn The whole except the styles is held in a cup formed of many small overlapping scales which afterward lose their individuality and shrink into mere roughness on tho out side of the cup that holds the acorn for only one of the six ovules contain ed in the ovary develops into an acorn seed or corn of the ac or oak Earthquake In Great Britain Repeatedly at wide Intervals of time the British Islands have been the scene of great and long continued volcano outbursts In almost every part are traces of volcanic energy of one form or another Snowden CaderIdrls Scawfell Helvellyn the Wrekln Dart moor and the Cornish hills are a few of the remains of such eruptions as have formed Vesuvius There have been others where the lava has come welling through great fissures In the earths crust flooding it with seas of liquid fire which as they cooled solidi fled into rocks sometimes hundreds sometimes thousands of feet in thick ness Thus were formed the basaltic plateaus of Antrim and tho Shetlands und the great Cleveland dike with a total length of 100 miles Then again separate outbreaks have flung up such records as the Bass rock and tho hill on which Edinburgh castle stand Queer Things About Flame There Is a relation between the color of fldmo and the energy of the com bustion causing it The more vigorous and complete the combustion the hIgh- er the rcfrnnglblllty of the light A flame burning In a tardy and restricted way emits rays that are red When burning in n more complete and effec tive manner the emitted rays change to violet The Home of a candle or a lamp consists of a series of eccentric luminous shells surrounding n central dark core These shells of flame emit light of different colors the Innermost onethat In direct contact with the dark corebeing red and having a tem perature of exactly 077 degrees F Upon this aud In their proper order of rcfranglblllty are shells of light which are orange yellow green blue indigo and violet The reason that such a flame does not appear to us as n nest of cones of different colored light Is this When we look upon such a flame J all of the rays Issuing from tho different layers or strata of concentric luminous shells are received by the retina of the eye at one and the same time This can only Impress with tho sensation of neutral or white light Ilublc The finest rubles are still kept In Asia The Great Mogul had 108 large rubles In his throne and among them was one weighing two and onehalf ounces Of European rubles Charles the bold that luckless son of a for tunate father had three rubles called the Three Brothers of perfect color and worthy size They passed Into the possession of James 1 who sent them to Baby Charles There Is a largo heart shaped balus ruby In the English crown It has been neither cut nor polished Is only semitransparent and Is of a dark red like a morello cherry Austria had or has an orien tal ruby the size of a hens egg and Queen Elizabeth showed Sir James Melville one as big as a racket ball Ituujcet Singh had a large ruby with the names of many kings engraved on it Among them was that of Aurang eeb A king of Persia had one which he prized at tho value of a city or even a kingdom It was a table cut balas ruby of a beautiful color of at least a fingers breadth TV u tj V Thin Ships Lou The record of a ships voyage Is called Its log because the observations of Its slIced usually taken hourly by the log line are a very Important factor In the record The log line Is so called because the float attached to tho line was originally a small log or stick of wood This log Is now a square or triangular piece of board weighted so that It sits upright In the water The log line Is divided by knots or marks Into lengths of fiftyone feet which Is about one onehuudredandtwentieth of a marine mile so that the ship Is going ns many marino miles or knots In an hour as the number of knots or lengths that run off the reel In half a minute when the log is thrown over board Anlnuila In Mohammedan Heaven According to the Mohammedans ten animals have been admitted to para disc the dog Kratlm the follower of the seven sleepers Balaams ass Solo mons ant the honeybee Jonahs whale the ram which was offered In sacrifice In place of Isaac the camel of Saleb the cuckoo of Balkis the ox of Moses and Al Borak tho monstrosity which conveyed Mohammed from earth to heaven and back again In a very short time These creatures were all sainted for some special services which they had rendered to man EiiKllili Hallway Signal An observant traveler on English railways could tell you at once the railway upon which he Is traveling by merely looking at the first signal he passes It may surprise many to know that there are hardly two styles quite alike in this country in station archi tecture anti fittings color of rolling stock design and color of the locomo tives uniforms of the servants style of tho signal cabins and signal appliances and many other details London Mall Adder Stone The singular superstition of the value of adder stones for curing a variety of ills has continued In many countries from the time of the Romans These celebrated charms are nothing more than antique green or blue glass striped In various designs and perforated The virtues of these stones are sung in the poems of the ancient Druids and are mentioned by Pliny and other classical writers A Warning See hereI said the theatrical man ager You want to quit your over bearing behavior toward the other members of this company Indeed haughtily replied the Thespian I am the star am I not Well yes but you want to remem ber that youre not a fixed star Philadelphia Press No Ve For Them Customer being measured In a fash- Ionable tailors shopBy the way whats your prlco for a suit Tailor Sixty dollars sir How many pockets would you like CustomerNo pockets at all I shant need any when Ive paid your bill Poverty Poverty Is very terrible and sometimes kills tho very soul within us but It Is the north wind that lashes men Into vikings It Is tho soft luscious south wind which lulls them to lotus dreams Oulda There Is something on earth grander than arbitrary power The thunder the lightning and tho earthquake are terrific but the Judgment of tho people Is more Daniel Webster NNO N BanSHardinsburgSurplus I I OFFICERStt B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD PAul COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS CashieriiMorris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Dr A 11 Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits i NNNN N N N NNO + + + 4 e NsNNOthisti i W H BOWMER President 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raising People think the locusts are bad in this county and they are but they are nothing compared to what these pests are in southern Algeria where they reach propo tions that almost defy imagination Think of a solid phalanx of locusts twentytive miles long by six milesi broad In their march they clean up every vestige of vcgitationi and nothing green remains PeopleI are driven from their homes and and one whole province has be come depopulated Over at Gurlield the people be lieve in Sundayschools and everybody and their children turn out on the occasion of a Sundayschool convention Last Saturday thereI were in the neighborhood of liveI hundred men women and children present at the County Conven tion They hnda fine programI andsome splendid papers andI talks on the subject of Sunday schools and how to keep them interesting A good dinner was screed on the grounds all present were well fed and there were e nough provisions left to feedas many more A very delightful occasion lit was and the people of that section are to be congratulat ed upon their hospitality and thei great interest shown in the cause of Sundayschools The Sunday school workers are doing a great and good work for the children and especially the boys The booze pedlcr doesnt fare very well in Kansas according to the Stallord Republican It says Mooney the booze pedlcr was in town again last Thursday and Friday but from all we can learn we are inclined to the be lief that business in liquid dam nation from his point of view was not good In fact he was kept bu sy in keeping out of harms way in the form of a body off C U women who were bent on es corting him out of town whether he wanted to go or not The fracas started Thursday afternoon and was kept up to a white heat until he took passage on the Mis souri Pacific Friday evening for a more promising pasture He had only got started into visiting his trade when the women charred him Thursday afternoon at Hotel Brinkmanand the way they slam med eggs at his corpulent anatomy wasnt slow hy any means Some went wido of their mark but at least a few hit him fairly and squarely and in a fashion that leftI a marked effect Mooney was in sore straits He appealed to May or Rippey for protection but the Mayor didnt see fit to afford himI any so he had to get the Sheriff over from St John to guard himI till he could get out of town OA8TOBXStare tbaThe Kind Slfmtuw of zBbl BEWLEYVILLEll Will Payne has returned to LouisvilleA rain and hail fell here last Thursday afternoon Fletcher Blanford spent Sunday with his wife at C H Blanfords Mr Evans West Point is doing some painting at T P Harda waysMiss Annie Compton and Ada Stith visited friends near Ekron SundayC Penickand W D Sprad lin Irvington attended lodge hero Saturday night Miss Mary A Payne attendee the county S S Convention at Garfield Saturday Edwin Foote Louisville came last week to visit his parents Mr Mrs G A Foote Mrs J M Compton returned home Tuesday after a visit to rela tives near Walnut Grove Several from this place attended the ice cream and strawberry sup der at Ekron Saturday evening Mr and Mrs J D Jordan loft Saturday for a visit to Mrs Jor dans sister in Grayson county Mrs W A Walker and child ren of Hardinsburg spent last week with J M Walker andI familyA M Hardaway will arrive here from South Dakato Saturday to attend the homeComing and visit his parents Miss Essie Kendell Henry Kurtz and Adron Kendcll of Webster spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mary Payne Mr and Mrs John Heston Mrs Tom Davis and daughter Mr and Mrs Allie Skillman and Floria Mcador of Basin Springs were among the visitors at church Sunday READ THIS IFranklin Tenn April S 1005 This Is to certify that one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis covert oared me five years ago of severe Kidney Trouble At times my wife had to help me out of bed today I am sound and well IRespectfully CAMPBELL A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle=Jf the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes semi anal emissions wean and lame backs rheumatfsmand all irregularities tbe kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trnuble in children If not sold by your druggist will be Bent by mall on receipt of ft- One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for test- ImonIals Sold by all druggists Sam Beavin of McQuady was in town Monday He said he came in to see how things lookedwith the lid offfj A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding 1llas nrulllstlllre authorized to refund money IfI PAO OINTMENT full to cure In 0 to Days 50- cThere will be an all day Sunday School meeting at Bjtll Town the tourth Sunday in this month The proogram will appear later Leonard Oelze V li Babbag Mr and Mrs Thomas Watkins ar rived last week from St Joseph Moo visit relatives and attend Home- Coming week in Louisville Miss RIlla Howard of Balltowu was here last Sunday to attend the Childrens Day Services at the Metho list Church CHENAULT H S Cunningham went to Louis vile Sunday P A Dutschke of Holt was the guest of Miss Katherine Frymire Thursday Several from here attended tne Ball at Derby Wednesday Misses Bessie Cunningham and Ermine Warren went to Louisville Friday Miss Nellie Lee Gilliland left Thurs day for Paducah for a visit to friends and relatives Dr D S Spbire and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs H Y Stallman Miss Vernie Bennit attended the ico cream supper atlStephensport Saturday Misses Margarett titallman and Joss Warren went to Louisville Tues day IBIG SPRING W A Burkhart of Viue Grove was hero Sunday Miss Georgia Horrcllof Cecilia is visiting Mrs Foster Lyons Rev Russell fillen his appoint ment at Mays Grove Sunday John Morris was in Louisville a few days last week buying goods Quito a crowd from here went to the show at Vine Grove Friday The ladies aid have had a brus sels carpet put down at the Metho dist church Messrs Frank Hardin and Mack Russell were in Louisville this week for a day Pete Cain of near Elizab othl town was here Thursday mixing with old friends Miss Julia Millnard of Louis ville is hero visiting her sister Mrs John D Meador Daniel Spradling of Irvington was the guest of Miss Ola Shumate Sunday and attended services Jhere Miss Church was the guest of Miss Shelby Miller at Mays Grove Saturday evening and Sun dayCharles Moorman of Elizabeth town was here Saturday and Sun Sunday enroute to Hardinsburg Monday Geo Grief and Miss Anna Bar nett of Vine Grove were the guests of their uncle T R Moor man and family Sunday The ladles of the Baptist church will have an ice cream and straw berry supper Saturday night June 9 at the school house for the ben nclit of their church John Shumate the contractor and carpenter under the super vision of Rev Russell has made quite an improvement in the pulpit and alter at the Methodist chuivb Dr and Mrs Loyd Duncan and little son who have been here the past three weeks at the hotel left for their home at Elizabetbtown I Friday Dr Duncan did a great deal of dental work here The Baptist have called a Semi nary man to fill their pulpit the coming year as Rev Jaggers time closed with the services Sunday and they will hold their services on the third Saturday and Sunday of each month IRVINtTON Miss Lois newman of Nebraska are rived Saturday for an indifinite visit to her cousin Miss Rena Roberts Dr L B Moormn spent Sunday in LouisvilleMrs of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Culley Sat i urday and Sunday Mrs K M Jolly and daughter Claire I left Sunday for Mt Vernon Illinois for a several days visit Miss Ola Smith left Saturday for a weeks visit to relatives near Webster Mr and Mrs C J Hennsel and children wero the guest of Mr and Mrs Jake Leonard at Rock Haven Sunday Miss Mary Henry left last Saturday for a weeks visit to her sister Mrs Clint Beauchamp at Hawesville Mr Alfonsa Robin came Friday from Decatur Ill for a visit to his parents Mrs Joe Cnllev and children have returned from a weeks visit to her mother at Sklllmnn Rev R H Roe was in Louisville foi several days last week attending a teinperanee meeting Miss Essie Biggs is expected home this weeK from a two weeks visit at Evansyille Ind EI1lJL9elC9L 3lJpltll L J3 I SPECIAL 1 ANNOUNCEMENT IISeeking 1 as we always do to give our readers 1 1thebest of everything we are about to offer you in serial form the unusual and absorbing I story entitled THE WHITE COMPANY by no less great an author than Sir A Conan I Doyle who for the past twenty years has been one of the most widely read of modern writers His Jatest efforts The Adventures of Sherlock 1m Holmes have been published and read through out Europe and America In fact no writer of late years has received more popular attention 1mormerited more praise than this gifted English man His style is more pleasing and his im aginative power far above the usual We have secured from Sir Conan Doyles Ameri can publishers the right to this novel and it is with great pleasure that we are able to an nounce its early appearance in the Magazine Section Be sure to get the inital chapters as J it is a stirring tale that will hold your interest from first to last By Author of Sherlock Holmesc al3pw a Miss Lucile Cunlnngham and cousin Lamar Gardner spent Tuesday andi Wednesday in Brandenburg Miss Klttie McGeheo returnedi Tnuisday from Hopkinsville where she bas been for the past year attending schoolR B McGlotban returned last week from Crayon Springs Mr and Mrs John Weedman of Sample and Mr and Mrs Deane and children of Hardinsburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs L D Bish op Sunday Charlie Hawes spent Sunday iin Owensboro the guest of parents Quite a large crowd from here at tended the county Sunday school con vention at Gafield last Saturday Mr and Mrs Robert Emmett Hay I es have returned to their home at Hod gensville after a short visit to their parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd Mrs Nannie Wathen was in Louis ville for several days last week on business trip Mrs Calhoun and Mrs E W Gra ves and son Junlous left Friday fo a visit to relatives and friends at OwensboroMiss McGlothlan arrived Sun day for a visit to her home town of friends and relatives after being the guest of her sister Mrs H W Hen derson of Henderson Mrs S J Hall and sister Mrs J OChapinleft Mondy for a two weeks visit to relatives in Louisville Mr A B Suter spent two days in Louisville last week on business Doing Big Bustness Wm Adkisson of the timber firm of Adkisson Bros was in town Saturday and said that his firm was doing mammoth business The company deals in ties timber staves and logs throughout Breckenridge county Miss Garce Ferry was at home from Louisville Sunday V G Babbage went to Patesville Saturday on legal business 1 l7 7 Lumber Staves Ties Logs If m M i Ouri Jjjq ridge county and we can servo you promptly and M- ll at the lowest possible prices Let us bid on your jj- ft i1i next lumber bill 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oi ExerciseFJve Million Dollar Eng lish Estate a Wedding Present A Gibson Girl Is the talk of all England for she has married a young man of that country who Is heir to nn estate of more than 5400000000 The bride Is none other than Mrs Waldorf Astor and a slstcrInlaw of Charles Dunn Gibson the celebrated American artist Mrs Astor is one of five sisters all natives of Virginia and belonging ton family numbered among the KEVVs standing high In the aristocracy of the South She was a Mss Nannie Lang horne and Inter the wife of Bobby Shaw from whom she was divorced All of the Langhoruc sisters are re markable beauties paying particular attention to every detail of face and figure A Virginia lady who knew them In their girlhood days stated that their rules of living were something like this Breakfast early and exercise briskly for an hour or two Have n luncheon mild exercise again this i tiding Luncheon again and timeI lung vigorous tramp or a cross country ride to hounds just for the pleasure of It thou a hearty supper then a long walk In the southern twilight and then bed SPLENDID WOMAN IlIDEK With a strong horse beneath her and the pack In full cry to see Nannie Langhorne riding to hounds was a sight for men and gods In the days of her girlhood at the Deep Run In Virginia she was Diana stlrruped an Ii i IIs no stretching dot Pacts when one avows that men came from far pinhcheekscued to the breeze pound the sqd In a madcap abandon for the brush I VlrglnillnIhollow and at 10 she was famed as the most intrepid and brilliant horse woman In her native State Two things won for Mrs Langhorne Shaw the heir of William Waldorf Astor the beauty of her being when on horseback and her bubbling Irrepressible Americanism Young Astor when he beheld her In her glory the ASTORIcaught his breath just as Bobby Shaw her divorced husband had done soy oral years ago In Old Virginia And this was not strange Wajdorf Astor always breathing In the compressed air of his fathers house timid retiring and studious by nature had not much opportunity for young girls society and almost never that of American girls To him Mrs Shaw was a revelation For seven Mouths he wooed her and the end of that time he threefourths American and fourfourths in love Glowing ho followed her across the AtlanticIt fair to young Astor to say that he has never been so aggressively British his father who spurns al t most everything American his younger brother John Jacob who Is an outandout Englishman EXCLUSIVE WEDDING SERVICE The wedding which occurred at London Ifl May a very quiet af fair only 17 Invitations being sent out for the ceremony The bride wade the loveliest picture standing an it appeared In a bed of lilies and roses near the chancel work of art Indeed was her wedding gown for It was made of the most expensive silk obtainable adorned with rare old lace Among the many wedding presents the most SlncydllJ mond given by Mr Astor to Ills daughterinlaw which later on Is to be reset and worn on her presentation at court This historic gem belonged to Charles the Bold the Duke of Bur gundy and fetched 100000 at the sale of the DcmldofT collection In 1805 It was secured by Mr Astor some years ago from a millionaire parsee Sir C Jcejeobhay for 170000 Mr Astor also gave one of the finest tiaras in Londoi which cost more than 100000 as well the title deeds to Cliveden mansion and estates with the nanny treasures be added thereto Including a magnificent suite of old Chlpperne furniture and some wonderful French china originally from Versailles and once the property of Empress Eugenic The value of this latter gift probably exceeds 5 000000It understood that the young people plan to auake ithelr Home at Cliveden In 1803 Mr Astor purchased I I ON THE OP the house from the Duke of Westminster and paid 1 250000 for it is In the heart of the and plculclng of the Upper TuauiP OFFENDED THE POPULACE After acquiring It Astor had an opportunity to show more ex elusive than the Duke of Westminster That potentate and owners of the estate had allowed the common One of MRS Five Original I Nanula at was as or was A as has to picnic and to walk I 1 alongtItethrew them out and threatened them with the utmost rigors of the law Now that he has settled the estate on his son the Inhabitants and Maidenhead on the htlllI latlon of the many strict orders trespassing made by his father orders which turned nil the folk In to bitter of the millionaire Grout walls surmounted with broken glass to tho Astor spoil lovely views from the road and to picnic In the woods as in the olden days Is at once threatened by ImprisonmentIt Astor who Is very with men drstasteful Aa Expert Opinion sugarIt It andhorseseverything else worth having I 1J WARSHIPS NOT WANTED FIGHTING DOD EVANS ORDERED TO NEW HARBOR United States Battleships and Obstructions to Navigal tion Thousands of Gallons of OilI by Fouled New York City in Its hurry anti rush of did not seem to stop for reasons to enjoy the sight of a dozen United States in her harbor The fleet riding majestically at anchor Iin the North River attracting the of of sightseers was requested to stove on The stalwart battleships and with their great length an11in of no less a than J CLIVEDEN BANKS TIID TI1AVES beautiful situated boating region Himself all previous WAU3OIIF people through of Cookhum Thames against riverside enemies American protect vegetable garden public anybody daring Cliveden popular rowing SHIPS LEAVE YORK Cruisers Released Anchor business patriotic warships anchored American attention thousands armored cruisers command personage MANSION country Cliveden Rear Admiral Fighting Bob Evan were found to be In the way Din patches from the metropolis say that the supervisor of the harbor of Now York called on Admiral Evans und served a formal notice on him that the ships were taking up too much room III the river mid were serlousl Interfering with navigation While was admitted on the United State vessels that they were well out in the usual channel taken by steamers the could not anchor further insliore account of the shallowness of the waterThere Is probably no place In till world where the great white and burr ships of the American navy show oil to better advantage than In the Nort River The dozen warriors strung a long at anchor at Intervals of about 400 yards stretching from the foot of Riverside Drive at 72nd Street to Grants Tomb at 125th Street and yond When Prince Louis of Batter burg had his British armored flyers In1 the New York port they were give onlyfewU fleet was in the stream The Now York people could not be Inhospitable to these fkets on account of the lute national aspects of things but vhe the American ships arrived waltln their turn to go to the repair dockss they were ordered to move away and enll1gedInpassDuring time short stay of the fleet hIn New York the battleship Illinois iIn dragging nt anchor suddenly ripped open a Standard oil pipe line laid a cross the bed of the river This lint It seems was not charted and no one In authority seemed to know just how or when It got there but nevertheless the Standard Oil Company had been pumping thousands of gallons into yforpipe line the olilcerH tin board tine shipI could not Imagine what the macho had taken hold of until the surface of tine river became a shining mass petroleumneforemore than 85000 gallons of good Standard oil went skimming down the Hudson the ocean appears to be no way in which the oil company can collect for the petroleum thus wasted ns there Is no official chart showing the location of the in the river be- dTruvcrsiagfussin e onRollerSlmtes A recently arrived at Beirut from Bagdad reported hav ing passed near tho city of Unah about 00 miles from there an American named Arthur Crawford who left that port early last l1thwith the intention of proceeding through Asia Minor India on Instruments which he road skates The leader of the caravan Crawford was In good health and good spirits While Mr Crawford was in Beirut American missionaries attempted to dissuade him from entering on the trip and pointed out to the great danger of the undertaking He was firm In his resolve however and left on January Oth Before departing the left his Itinerary with Dr Williams an Amer ican dentist whoso guest he was temporarily Crawfords Intention was to strike out over the hard road to Bag dad which is about 600 miles from Thence he intends going southeast 300 miles to Bassorah at the mouth of the Euphrates and near the Persian coast He was undecided whether he would travel by land or sea over the 1200 miles to Belooch istan His plans Included many excursions through Beloochistan a Journey across the Gulf to India and a year or more In that country Ho purposes hOImayNEW AUTOMOBILES Each Machine Runs Independently by Its Own Motor The craze of nutoists to build palace touring cars for pleasure trips Inns caused railroad corporations to dabble In the novelty of motor vehicle transportation Some of till unique cars that patents have been applied for are certainly freak products A ear that resembles ti huge steel battering ram tins boon completed nt time sloops of the Union Pacific railroad ut Omaha Neb It Is a bL lgnedIstandardIveloped a speed forty an climbing It Is said a grade of 20 per cent RACED THE STEAM CARS It was given its first longdistance Omahasas the second section of train No 1 known as the Overland Limited suchrimeextent that at Fremont 45 miles from Omaha the motor car was held on then uIfrontJnot1tthinesof the motor car from Omaha to Island 1530 miles was 5 delaysihmounting tc 40 minutes on account of orders meeting trains etc The actual running time for the 1530 miles Was 4 hours 32 minutes or 31 miles per hour where was no delay carInmad the machinery was in almost con stant motion from Omaha to Grand Island On the return trip April 15 the actual running time was 4 hours 10 minutes or 303 miles per hour From Elkhorn to South Omaha a distance of 243 tulles was covered In hoaruperURailroad olllclals witnessing the machines trial trip expressed much ofilclnlsnroves portation SCHEME OF VENTILATION Tills machine has several new ar rangements the most conspicuous of which Is the ventilation of the cars The windows are round similar to port holes on steamships and are air water and dust proof The cars have entrance In the middle Instead of at the end Tine new method of ventilation fairly I well avoids the close and sometimes foul atmospheric conditions so often encountered In electric and other trims portation cars sufficiently so as to predict complete success in this di rection The vibration and noise of the engine were largely eliminated and mechanism of the car worked splendidly on this trial run sixtydhave every modern convenience and i AUTOMOBILE OAK OF UNION PACIFIC U It CO I into There line caravan which east and called l says him skater Beirut KAIL Grand will be devoted especially to touring parties throughout the West The cars will be run clfor separately or lin trains In the latter case one car can easily be fitted up us a combination observation dining car Later on equipments for transforming tine cars Into palace sleepers will be installed President Believes in Exercise President Roosevelt once rather shocked a mothers meeting by an nouncing that a boy who wouldnt fight was not worth his salt He is either a coward or constitutionally weak I havo taught my boys to take their own part 1 do not know which I should the more punish my boys for cruelty or limiting Both are aBomlnahle SHERLOCK HOLMES CREATION OF MOST WONDERFUL AND PUZZLING 01 DETECTIVE CHARACTERS Sketch of Discouragements Cone Doyle to Break into the Field o f Literature Manuscript ReturnedThe of The White Com pany Sir NigelI Study In Scarlet and other Sherlock Holmes stories Sir Arthur conan Doyle was bur In Edinburgh Scotland on via 22 1S9 lie comes of an artistic family and is the grandson John Doyle the famous political caricaturist Whose pictorial1 i sketches appeared for moro I thirty Croats under tho Hltlals of I B t without disclosure of the artists slit A CONAN DOYLE identity Many of these wore s famous In their day that they were frequently purchased nt largo prices by the British Museum John Doylo had four sons who also became artists Ills eldest son Charles Doylo was the father of the novelist an another son was Richard Doyle win came by his nickname of Dicky Doyle through his signature of a ID with a little bird perched upon It which may yet be seen on the cover design of Punch Conan Doyles education began I England where already In his tenth year he exhibited n wonderful pre cocity for telling stories But even at the early age of six the future novoil and creator of Sherlock Holmes was anticipated In a story of terrible ad venture written In n bold hand on foolscap paper four words to the line nntl accompanied with original pen andink Illustrations There was a man and u tiger i It he says of this Infantile effort forget which was tin hero but didnt matter much for they became COMING PEOPLE wilenthlromanticistsI ally and pictorially the untimely mid thetigermyselfhowngo on It Is wry rcas andYdifficultyandrepentthischildhood hookctiger At Stonyhurst and also at Fold Pkirelt literaryIndlnntlon hetnnlrsIt laterInunlersltytoArctic onboardllttlldlmandand he has described his chief occu pation during the voyage as being employed In keeping the captain In cut afterfishboxItoPolestorTwoafourmonths nllIlIcnl EuglandThose yearsInof thin profession he had adopted as hsIistories uponwhichFiftylittleeightyears camehackJII fromAllanonyoyears lots literary apprenticeship he states that In spite of unceasing anti untir ing literary effort ho never in any one year earned fifty pounds by his pen I HletonsIpenoa careerforinado his first appoflrnnco It wa + published rater In a book form anc Innn I1ttflt1onUllderdreumsGutcestyilcahClarke atwritIn amhltlousnuthorhudcllmebalhousenbegan to des rememberndogearedI aItwondering Continued on wcood pin column two JUST PUBLISHED- A POPULAR EDITION OF THE COMING PEOPLE BY CHARLES F DOLE Author of It The American Citizen The Religion of a Gentleman The Spirit of Democracy et- cTHIS remarkably interesting and stimulating book has everywhere welcomed as a most valuable con tribution to the thought of the present day THERE IS IN IT THE INSPIRATION OF HIGH AND PATRIOTIC IDEALS It sheds a new light bright clear and convincing in its commonsense optimism upon the conditions that confront the nation today Everyone who reads it will go forward with a clearer vision of the future of OUR COUNTRY and with renewed courage and faith in THE CAUSE OF THE PEOPLE Theodore C Williams late Master of the Hackley School New York in a San Francisco paper declares that II it gives the profoundest thought with a transparent simplicity and charm that make it universally readable It speaks as a friend to a friend It has the rare eloquence of perfect case and clearness The London Spectator calls it II a healthy and virile essay The Bradford England Observer speaking of its reality and reasonableness says it is II a very revelation These are only a few from hundreds of ecomiums com mending the book for its timeliness- It should be read by all who feel the pressure of THE TREMENDOUS SOCIAL QUESTIONS OF OUR TIME Price twentyfive cents postage included Remit by stampstoffTHH l 143 MAIN STREE- TWAIERTON MASS I J iI iI I I t r aI I 11I 1It t s i r F i I i r 1f t f The Breckenridge News J WEDNESDAY JUNE OlgCfc tPillstwill save the dyspeptic from many and enable him to eat fkmiseryfk They prevent I SICK HEADACHE cause the food to assimilate and nour jIshthe body give keen appetite DEVELOPt FLESH- and solid muscle Elegantly sugai coated h Take No Substitute I it Mrs J MCordrey for right inillm l ery Col Lew Wggoner was in town Sat urdayGo to Mrs J M Cordrey for correct millinery Snapinsky Bros are Agents for the famous Friedman shoe New styles in bats every week at Mrs J M Cordroys Miss Amore Williams went to Stefchensport last week iinaplnsky Bros line of dress shirts for 45 cents beat them all Something new and stylish in linen hats at Polk Frank Gibsons Bhapinsky Bros sell tbe best working shirt made for 45 cente If you want the right kind ot milli nery go to Mrs J M Cordrey New line of pattern hats the new thing Polk rank 8 Gibson Mrs L T Reid and Miss Ella Smith were in Louisville Jpst weeK Call and see Shapi natty Bros line f pants fcr 45 cents for hot weather O P Hazzard of Louisville was the guest of Miss Eva May last ween Ride on merrygoround at Tar Springs July 4 Richard Adtdsson of New Bethel was here Monday J H Brown was in Lewiaport and Rockport last week Dr Taylor of Owensboro is here his week Msr R B Pierce and son Fred went to Louisville Monday Dr Taylor of Owensboro is here at the dental parlors in Dr LIghtfoots office Miss Cornelia Ditto has returned- to Brandenhurg after a visit to Miss Louise Babbage Willis Smith was here from Owens boro last week the truest of Dr and Mrs F M Smith Her Patrick of GreensburgInd is the guest of Mr and Mrs J Hanks at HoltMiss Lnla M Severs will return Thursday from Cadwell College at DanvilleHarold Murray will return home this week from Midrtleport Ohio where he has been attending schoU 0Un account ot illness Dr Keene is not able to be here this reek but his engagements will be filled by his part nor Dr Taylor Dimes Florence and Addle Fair lelgb or Louisville are expected this week to be the guests of Misses Louise and Mildred Babbage Mrs Claude Murray of Williamson VB will arrive here this month Jo spend several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs A H Murray Mr and Mrs R E Moorman and daughter Miss Margaret returned from Zion Ky Monday afternoon Mr Moorman is much improved in health Rev R Gentry presiding Elder of Louisville district ot the United Bethen church was here Monday en to Louisville from Concord Itoote he held service- sMerrygoround at picnic Tin Springs July 4 Mis Annie Long was here from Holt yesterday visiting Mrs W H BowmerCapt William Weatherholt was over from Tobinsport Monday Mrs Franols Sawyer returned Sun day from visit to her daughter Mrs Alferd Hfiston Jin Hardinsbnrg She was accompanied home by Mr Hes ton who returned Sunday evening Prof H H Cherry of Bowling Green has been appointed superinten dent of the new state normal school to be located at that place at a salary of 18000 year CONTINUEThose who are gaining fleah and strength by regular treatmsnt wlth Scotts Emulsion should dontlnue the treatment In hot weather i smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro heatedfseaspn4 tampleScorr 40941IS Pearl Street New York Soc and lioo I aU druggists MraHngh Hist was at Addison Son day Forrest Abl of Holt was here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Chae Hatumon and little daughter spent Sunday at Holt F Flalzb went to Ehzabetbtown Sunday Mr T S Nichols and daughter spent Friday in Hawesvlllo Mr and Mrs k A Purcell went to Louisville Sunday John Faiber has bad his home paintedMr Mrs Joe Harpole returned to Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs David Wilson and grandaugbtei were in Addison Sun dayJ T Patterson went to Hardins drove Ind Sunday to see J T Con nor who Is very ill Miss Mayme DsHaven led the Up worth League devotional exercises Sunday evening Lawrence Murray will be the leader next Sunday Notice to chicken ralsersR411t- 4 cures chicken cnolera and Ronp and limberneck Price CO cents No cure no pay Guaranteed and sold by A U Fisher Druggist Miss Mannio Witt anti mother are the guests of Mr and Mrs Selby Mo CrackenMiss Mildred White returned to Webster Sunday after a visit to Mrs J T Harris Mist Maude Polk left yesterday for Hartford to be tbe guest of Miss Irene Miller fur two weeks H Meyer iis in Louisville this week eASTdnJ4Bean theThe Kind You Have Always Bou ht Ilfiaatare SIX Fj0 ef t7CUMWill Be presented At the Annual meeting of the Louis ville Conference Womans Foreign Missionary Society which begins Sat urday at Henderson the Cloverport foreign missionary societies will be ie resented as follows Mrs Vergle G Babbage will represent the Owensboro District Mrs Frank Fraize the local Malt society Miss Jennie labA Harris will represent the Golden Link and Miss Marcia King the Clover Blossoms CONTEST TO COME UP MONDAY Hardinsbnrg Ky June li1he lo ccl Option contest will come up before the Board or Contest next Monday HAS STOOD THETEST 23 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless forma No cure no pay 5- 0cCHILDRENS DAY- SERVICES Children s day services were held at the Methodist church Sunday mornng taking place of tbe regular morning services The church wss filled with people Sunday school scholars headed by their teachers formed a processional from the Sunday school room into the andltornm The students sang many songs and the little tots said their speeches Mrs L T Reid rendered a solo very beautifully Face to Face accompanied by Miss Francis Smith on the piano Misses Eva and Eliza May and Mestrs A L Murray Jno BurnA A Simon Lawrence Murray and Ira Behen sang an anthem Rev Cnrrie gave a short talk on the Sunday schol DINNER PARTY Mr Abe Ditto ot West Point gave an all day dinner party at Mr and Mrs J Stuart Owens bouse Sunday His guests were Mr and Mr Will lam Ditto of Brandenburg Mr and Mrs John D Babtmge of Cloverort Miss Addle G Ditto Mrs D W Fnirleigh and two daughters Misses Florence and Addie Falrlelgh and her three sons LaRue David and Huston Fairleigh of Louisville Therell Be No Home Coming Hardiusbnrg Ky June 5 The in tention of having a Homecoming for Breckenridge County has been aband oned on account of general lack of in terest on the part of the people It was also thought that it was Impracticable at this time to raise the necessary funds Several members of the committee were strongly in favor of hay ing tbe celebration notwithstanding the difficulties In the way chief among them being J T Hook and Judge MooI man i A Positive CATARRH I CURE Elys Cream Balm Ill quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mesa brane It cures Catarrh and drives away a CoM in tho FEVERstores DrufigistsI ElyBrothers GO Warren Street NewYork CLARKSON SNOWDEN AT BIG SPRING Big Spring Ky June ti Special Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkson have announced the marriage of their daughter Mies Jennie to Mr Meville Snowdan to tOke place here at the Methodist church on Wednesday even June the 27 at U oclock Important NotlceR41144 is sold under n positive guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Koup I and limberneck Price 50 cents Nc cure no pay Mr and Mrs Truman Adams were in Louisville Saturday and Sun I dayMrs John Allen Murray who has I been sick for two weeks is better NEW BETHEL Plenty of rain and tobacco planting Madam rumor reports distant rumb lings of wedding bells Rev John Winchell filled his up pointment at New Bethel Sandy M OV DeJarnett and wife visited Mr Jas Withers last Sunday Locusts with us bv a large majority and seem to think they must be heard if not teen Will Frank and wife of McQuady visited Jalies Jordan Sunday Adkison Bros want logs yarded for several mill sets They are willing to pay good prices for terms Clint Adkisson and Batney Squires will ship thirty nead of fat hogs next week QUARTERLY COURTS TO BE MONTHLY Hardinsburg Ky June 5Quart cry courts here after willl be held monthly Judge Moorman entered an order to this etfect the last term of court The first Monday in each month I is the time of the sitting of the court Litigants and witnesses do well to take notice of this change V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky W S WORTHAiW Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hnrdinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attendance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October PRESS THE BUTTON 47 7Ill FSimpeit Sarert Sife t and only Perfect Pen No glass Slier no Ink to splano clogging or shaking ahiIn a jfuh Write the instant tt touches the paper I FlashII50 No as with u karat solid rold pen point fineit vulcanized rubber and fully guaranteed EaslaFU hNo2S J2SOEaI large size =300 with told bandi 5400 Sold by Statwoen and Other Store Ask YOUR DEALER If he EagleFLASH thenlendUI Each pea absolutely guar anteed Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturer 377 Broadway New York C =4l C DR ReP KEENE lRepresenting T TAYLOR KEENE J1 I IIDENTISTS m OF OWENSBORO Will be In Dr LlRhtfoots office one week out of each month prepared to watt on bit wishing IIIftb Class Dentistry 1 Will ba here June 4 rjr tG 1r3r h J I m Wartsr J J A Advertisements Inserted underthls bead at one cent a word per week FOR SALE Four room cottage with cellar sale cheap Alvin Simmons Clover port Ky FOR BALE108 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six in woodland Good barn 16 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write the nreckenrldge Yews Cloverport Ky OR SALE A farm and lot In town In Southwest Texas both for 1120 flO cash and 110 per month Write or cull on 11 H Haynes Garfield Ky FOR SALE FlrstcInss two seated surrey new For Information call at News office COLItorlny nitsWePyles Leade- rWANTEDTo trade fruit trees for lumber on Jab D liubbagc Clo verport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoOasollneEnftlneslIIARTIiLouisville Ky- hIENDERSON 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 and third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1000 lII ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 116 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on lug only arrives at Louisville 725 AM No 142 flatly Mall ana Express leaves Clo 942 A M stops at all way stationsarrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 144 Dally fast wall leaves Clu verport 448 p moo stops at all way stations atLouisvilleaccommodation WEST ROUND Cioverportaccommodatloleaves villa 900 H m expressleaveslIawesvllle Lewisport Maceo OwensbOro Stanley Ilendeison and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Clo verport 740 p moo Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 145 daily St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1111 PM arrives Evansville 135 A- lit St Louts f40 A 111 stops nt lIawesvllle I Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 149 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST ROUND Train No2 dally pxcept nday leaves Fordsvlllo430 u r ves Irvlngton 840 I1W Train No4 Daily except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 320 p moo arrives Irvington 50p tu Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsville 630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST ROUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 am arrives Kordsvllle 215 pm Train No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 650 p m arrives Forduvllle P25 pm ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O a 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 TERRITORY OKLAHOMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Ari zone und Texas Full PBLitlculara bad ot Homo Agents or by addressing- F W IIARLOW D l A Loulsvlllf There was a hotly contested lawsuit held last Saturday between Mike Tiemy of Patesville and Harvy Har ris of Hancock county over the tall dity ot a mortgage given to Tlernev on a mule Tne case was heard before Squire Bates and consumed tbe entire day In tbe examine of witnesses and the arguments of the lawvers The ooart upheld the mortgage and adjudg ed costs against the defendant V G Babbace represented the plalntilt and Judge Vancof Hawesville the defend ant bMEET ME AT NOLTES I F 1 IJ 365 TIMES 3 BREAKFAST DINNER SUPPER That many times in a year most folks drink one or the other tea or coffee therefore have the be- stChase Sanborns 5high grade is what you want For some thing extra good we recomend for ice tea their Orange Peoke Its finel Let us serve you IIJ C Nolte Bro Cloverport KyJJCS CS CS = tlruel r I Ind rn 1 isafeguardi m omers More 11cusover we freqr ently doit un known to them as opportunities y often come to us in fl confidential waysMM LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS f tojJ us prompt E I carefulattention Highest rate of Interest paid on time fi deposits 1 1 INSURED ADA I X S T BY FlUE AND P- Y IILOSSIIUKOLAUY CONSEU j VATIVE UOAKD OF H DIUECTOUS EFFI T OFFICERS I ICm U r Bank of Cloverport f SSCloyerport Ky f i1 BREADrolls cakes and pastry will provo no failures when CADICKSGOLD FLOUR is used It is pure wholesome nutritious re yoUbuyAll we ask is that you try it Ex perience tells us what the result will be MAKERSCadick oorrrtrrrrrtrrtrr K1+Ktrrrrlrrr sK 1 No Waitingt Here ic e cc Just tell us how much lumber you need We have all kinds of g i liJ5 Walnut is ready for 5 x x you I jj Thats the thing un ft c able to get so quick m II before c- lt Let us have your 8 t order today jct Your House Barn or Stable may need re rc cIti I REMEMBER US c Seaton Weatherholt ic u Cloverport Ky1- i1AAAitAilAitititifitilAAilil iccco I SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are yu making ac much oft vour farm as YOU ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takesI too mu h money to iuy a big farm and so you are trying a 1 vlng on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one aud paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price of good laud is so little that you can own a big rmwbere every acre of the ground is working profitsThereSouthwest along the line of the Cotton DeL Route that cau be bought for from 3 to if 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 lilY In settling there The trip cnn be made t very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of each month vou can purchase a round trip ticket to any point on or via the Cotton licit Route at very 1w- rates 1 Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested in Write at once for tree copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY TP A Collon Belt Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Mfl lon bottles Does this record of meat appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every Mottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pus J t I t iti i 1 r i IiI kr w t t f 1 r i II I i L 1 i tf i j I j i j TELLTALE TlUIIB PRINTS FINGER MARKS OF CRIMINALS LIFE LONG DETECTION AIDS TO THEIRI Individual Floater Marks Permanent Through LifeAdoption of System t for Identification of U S Soldiers and Sailors A few weeks ngo Inspoctoi McLaughlin of the New York City De teethe Bureau received remarkable evidence of the Identification A to him through containing the picture and record of a noted criminal whose thumbprint ft with his name nnd description was sent to London to test the efficiency of this new method of recording distinguishing mArks of criminals By means of the thumbprint alono the English police Identified the criminal captured by the Now York police whose record In England includes eight Imprisonments on charges of larceny The prisoner was caught by Inspector McLaughlin In the corridor of the WaldorfAstoria Hotel In April There were no charges against him In this country at the time but the Inspector decided that his captive was an En gush crook It was found that two patron of the hotel had been robbed and the prisoner wan detained for a thorough Investigation of his case Meanwhile the Insi ector sent the thumbprint to London and the reply brought a photograph of the crook and a duplicate photograph of Ills thumbprint and his record TOE BERTILLOX SYSTEM For some time the criminal bureaus of prominent cities have been u lug the Bertillon measurement system which also Includes making two photo o i 3 lftphs of tin suspicious character but the Frond system and photo graph bnvr fallen short In many cases ns n scheming criminal can adopt vnrinns subterfuges to cheat the law h lvir tlitrf I no WilY of changing the I t i r of his thumbprint for their 1r t two jieople WUOHO thumbs are cv ly like and each person hits Ills f Miliviiual thumbprint whose character reu tin the same from the dny of birth tp the end OLD AS TILE HILLS There IIH nothing really new In this mode of Identification as from time Immemorial the Ihinese have known V vU Irv v- M A MKIFI TIHMH MILK RIIOWINO D18T1NOVISIIE1 LINES the fact that every man carries on his fingertips the proofs of his Identity find passports In the Celestial laud Lave consisted of a government stamped piece of oil paper on which the traveler has to record his digital marks before setting forth on his journey So in India where deeds transferring land have for centuries lpati r been signed among the illiterate Ipeasantry by a thumbmark Within rpot years the government of In iliii has extended this native custom TO postotflce sayings bank books mill tart and civil pension certificates migrants contracts mortgages on Crowing crops and other transactions whore false personation tins to Ilie guarded against or an authenticated acknowledgment of money received has to be made Naturally also the system was promptly adopted for the Identification of criminals and It wm nn Indian police officer E II Henry Inspwtorgpneral of police In Be JIIII who carried to England his experi Ices In the work and when appointed ffHUttfi AKB NO TWO TRUSS 1RiNlS AUliil chief commissioner of police In Lon don Introduced the method Into New Scotland Yard FINGER PRINTS NEVER CHANGE permanentthroughdestroy them but as the Injury heals the original lines reassert themselves ns before In growing youth the lJallII of the finger enlarges BO does the pat tern but Its distinctive tracings are I absolutely unchanged whereas the It JBertlllon method Is applicable only to adults when bone measurements nave feMome lied Yet youthful criminals iwell to for stage of their career and the finger print system Is the only means of Identification yet devised that make this practicable ImpossllJlethatafter the other should resemble mere general mathematical form each of those of another man the chance against any such coincidence being1 calculated by Professor Francis Gal ton the eminent anthropologist au mathematician as one hundred and sixtyfour million against one but 1It is equally impossible that any tw fingerprints should bo Identical In evcl detail olemallsfrotmLoiuloloUtdoitedttite govern thumb print system for Identification of the sailors and soldiers in service as tImight become useful not only 1In- cases of desertion but also to more readily Identify the bo es of those who have fallen on the field of battle SHERLOCK HOLMES Contlnnrt from prwwdlnR pmrrt what I should do If some sporting kind of publisher were suddenly to stride In and make me a bid of forty shill lings or so for the IrlWhen the hook at last foil Into the hands of Mr Andrew Lang then acting for Messrs Longmans Green C Company the success of MIcah Clarke was assured and Its authors literary career placed on a firmer footing The Sign of the Four followed In ISSt In which story Sherlock Holmes who had made his bow to the public In A Study In Scarlet reappeared and Increased Dr Doyles rising reputation Ills hort however was In the historical novel and In 1800 he followed up the success of MIcah with The White Company In the preparation of which he rend one hundred and fifteen volumes French and English dealing with the fourteenth century in England Ills delight in the work is expressed In his own words To write such books he once said speaking of MIcah Clarke and The White Company one must have an enthusiasm for the age about which he Is writing He must think It a great one sail then ho must go de liberately to work and reconstruct It Then Is his a splendid Joy STUDY IN SCARLET FOR J12500 However Dr Doyle may prefer to write historical romances and what greatdetectlethat In Sherlock Holmes he has rrented a character whose exploits ire as familiar as household words nnd who has entered Into the very fibre of AncloSaxon life and literature It Is actually said that at times Dr DoyleI has expressed a wish thatTIr Watson had never met Sherlock ITolnug It Is on record that he thought so little of A Study in Scarlet the story In which Sherlock Holmes first appeared that he sold It outright for 125 The value of her lock Holmes has gone up since those days however Dr Doyle acknowledges sonic In debtedness to Dupin the detective In Poos short stories Tho Murders In the Rue Morgue and Tine Purloined Letter This Is the more Interesting for the reason that In A Study In Scarlet Sherlock Holmes is made to speak rather contemptuously of Dupins skill and acumen To quote Dr Doyle again In work which con sists In the drawing of detectives there are only one or two quail a which one can use and an author Is forced to hark backl upon them constantly so that every detective must really resemble every other doteo to a greater or less extent There Is no great originality required In de vising or constructing such a man and the only possible originality which one can got Into a story about n detec tIe Is In giving him original plots and problems to solve as in his equip ment there must bo of necessity an alert acuteness of mind to grasp R and the relation which each of them bears to the other- CONSTRUCTION OF SHERLOCK Dr Doyle wont to work therefore to build up a scientific system In which everything might be logically reasoned out Where Sherlock Holmes differed from his predecessors WI t that he hind an immense fund of exact knowledge upon which to draw In consequence of his previous scientific education Ho was practical he was sy mantle lie was logical timid his success in the detection of crime was to the result not of chance or luck but of his characteristic qualities With this idea says Dr Doyle I wrote a book on the lines I have Indicated and produced A Study In Scarlet Jhnt was the first appearance of Sherlock but he did not arrest much at tention and no one recognized him as bolng anything in particular About three years later howl r I was asked to do a small shilling book for puhnMhlII In each number I didnt know what to write about and the thought oc uptheresult was The Sign of the Four Although the criticisms were fvorable I dont think that even then Sher lock attracted much attention to his individuality But this shows Mr Doyles modesty GET INTO GOOD COMPANY It We are preparing for publica tlon In this Magazine Section n treat for our readers and will very shortly present to you that most interesting novel of Sir A Conan Doyles U THE WHITE COMPANY lull of excitement anti adventure with a pretty love story running through it which ends just right and leaves everybody feeling good JOIN US NOW AND GET READY FOR THE OPENING CHAPTERS fu spIte of nil the tnik and rumpus in the House of Representatives over an attempt to eliminate the free sued force expendlturewhvn ofhetreats a diversion by Invelghlni against tho proposition and then cnthnwaatloally votes It late the agricultural bill onrn Crocuses in March DY EDITH UOANB worldTheI with doorwayCrocusesII 41n early March with the snow outside an inert deep and more to follow Cro cusea InsidetheI eyesItt a blazing tire 01 pine logs at one end a room tnat bespoKe wuimth and home saow mahoganytableiijpaoucuuy wuere masses of jeuuw cruutistts ednndouslbol prolusion iliey Heads worn a big brass bowl uiey nodes from long slender vases theysover tho edges of a pewter jug In riot ous confusion The girl standing beside the table poked tne last slender green stalk into place and stepping bacK regarded her work wiiu tie mumpn fanu turned u Hushed lace toward the doorway impressivelythey grew GrewYes vaguewavewhirlingluKesvno wont believe It Z seriouslyasamomentInsistedInMurchapologetlcallywodid otllarcbBut who began Dora again hedidntgun to believe It himself so when he InMarchsottheand Anne dimpled here are the crocusesAnne insisted her chum firmly andhimare talking aboutJohn Rexall essayed Anne The man daddy mot In camp and liked so well that he chummed with him even daddydidgoodloolesCrocuses suggested Dora Anne dimpled again If only I could grewTheI the room opened to admit a grayhaired man rugged but kindly featured who handAnnocrocusesYouout of sight she cried as she placed n bowl of flowers on tho piano No more calls tonight Daddy In this storm nnd company com In too Slipping her arm through her fathersshe led him close to the nodding blos soms Pretty fine crocusesforMarch she said her eyes dancing with mischief as she reached up and be stowed a kiss upon him so vigorous as protest dignation Tut tut It Isnt fair to take advantage of an old man ho chuckled but his eyes were full of ten derness as Anne laid her cheek softly against his You remember Milligan the flag man Dr Nelson said at last again glancing at his watch Anne nodded dyingIThere Is always somebody be gan Anne Exactly Dr Nelson thrust his watch back Into his pocket and smiled at her disappointed face Explain it to John Rexall and take good care of him With him to look after you I shall not worry as to your safety And with a quick goodby he was gone Tho sound of his departing horses hoofs had hardly died away when John son appeared with a telegram For de doctah Miss Anne ho an nouncedAnne took the envelope from the out stretched tray and opened it Whom Is it from queried Dora Anne twisted the missive into a little yellow ball and threw It defiantly among tho crocuses It Is from Mr John Rexall she answered with as much indignation as if that young man had just been con victed of some heinous crime and it personageIsbe here tonight And you will be left nlonoThere are the servants I do not mind returned Anne Out this house Is so Isolated and tho grounds so large Dora deliberated I will send Tom over to stay with you she announced with the relief of one problemAnneYes I will Dora Insisted Ho is companyOfagreedAnneAnneDora swept a parting glance over the gleamedinWhen I consider these wasted March crocuses began Dora Anne giggled And the florists bill for the same relapsedIntohysterically til the crocuses shook In their tall vases laughing Its a judgment because I wanted him to believethey grew cried Anne wiping her eyes An hour later Anne descended the gownhungtiny pearls clasped her throat some crocuses were tucked In nor belt and one crocus nestled In her hair At the bottom step Johnson waited Gentleman to see you Miss Anne I libraryWhatI disremembered to ask him his expecUnhimhimHer face cleared Tom of course Only tho firelight Illuminated the li brary easting flickering ruddy rays upon tho slender figure that camo slow ly toward tho centre of the room a vpry sweet and attractive figure Indeed It seemed to the eyes of the man standing waiting In the shadow Nearer and steppedforwardpleasant greeting and then stood spell boundA In soft shimmering white pressed close to his sidehis hand his arm was grasped In a warm thoughJunmistakable hug You were J saidIThe next moment an embarrassed young man faced an equally embar rn sed young woman with crimson eb eyesWhy she de I manded wrathfully I thought It was j Tom She stopped In a vain search for words with which fo annihilate this presuming Interloper You know I thought you were Tom she added In I dignantlyWould 1 ntlythought c inAgfust t man evidentlyand extremely good to look at Just now amusement strug gled with admiration In the clearcut features as he stepped forward and again held out his hand Please forgive me ho began quite as contritely as if ho really wero to blame I did not knowIt was so Insufferably stupid of me He stopped You are altogether charm ing said his eyes Annes face softened I am sure Dr Nelson will intercede for me he went on pursuing his ad vantageAnno smiled Dr Nelson is not at home I am his daughter she said simplyThen we are already old friends camplastallow me to present myself I am=uAlletah Rexall announced Johnson at the library door bowing pompmsly as he held aside the hangings to admit a slender darkeyed man who ad vanced a step Into the room and then stood uncertainly In the dim light Time surprise on Annes face was equaled by that of the man beside her He turned with a quick start glanced sharply at the newcomer then stood motionless In the shadow With a most unreasonable sense of disappointment Anne advanced to wel come the new arrival Father will bo delighted He has counted so on your comingwe were quite distressed over your telegram So glad you managed to get here after all She forced herself to the usual conventionalitiesSo Rexall this man whom she Instinctively dreadedper haps It was the flickering firelight that gve that shifting gleam to his eyes Sho touched a bell A light John son she commanded half nervously Mr Rexall allow me to present Her words trailed off Into amazed si lence The room behind her was empty A door closing softly at the further end where the erstwhile admirer had gone One oclock chimed the tiny time piece on the mantel Outside the sound was repeated somewhere in the distance to graver deeper tones Anne shivered Two hours had passed since the household had settled Into silence but so far no sleep had come to her eyes She had not even undressed but still sat upon the hearth rug In front of tho firo in her cozy bedroom staring Into the glowing coals It was dreary waiting but some vague fear had kept her awake hop- Ing nervously for her fathers return listening anxiously for the first sound of his horses hoofbeats on tho gravel outside Indeed If he did not come soon she had the horrible conviction that she would scream In vain she tried to reason it away sitting her face In her hands her eyes on the clear glowing coals What matter if she in stinctively distrusted the man her fa ther had found companionable Was that such an extraordinary thing What If the man she had found con genlaltor you know you did like him she said to herself even if you did = Here her cheeks supported by the slim hands grew unaccountably hot What If this man had chosen to take his departure suddenly Was that so strange He had come to see her father and she herself told him that her father was not at home But reason as sho might tho vague misgiving remained At the sound of the clock she shivered slightly and getting up from her lowly position she drew back the curtains other window The storm had ceased and the snow lay lightly on branch and wall the night was brilliant with moon light clear as day full of hallowed softnessShe for a while spellbound by the glory of the scene before her then turned again toward the lIre The crocuses she had worn that evening in her belt now lying wilted on her dress Ing table caught her eye I forgot to look at the flowers If the fire dies down the library will be too cold for them I will attend them now anything is better than waiting here She left her room and walked swiftly along the hall her soft slippers making no sound on the floor As she reached the staircase a little sensation of fear ran through her she hastened her footsteps and ran hurried ly along the lower hall which was al most as light as day It was the eerie time of night Not until she was close to the library did she 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be were fixed w- Frdaaimomentvnoloou his butthat of the falling embers of the dying fire dis turbed the stillness that reigned within the library Anne stood motionless her heart thumping wildly wondering what the end would be Then suddenly the si lence was broken by the distant sound of horses roofs coming nearer A noise of wheels on the gravel outside a quickspoken order to the driver and same one came along the porch through the hall and into the room Anne gave a quick little cry of relief and joy DaddyI she cried He stopped In amazement looking from the men to Anne and then from Anne back to the men The nameless wasIand kept his eyes on the man before him but at Annes glad cry of Daddy a slight smile crossed his face Then suddenly unexpectedly across tho grim quiet of that awful silence came an unmistakable chuckle and the doctors voice Nothing surprising Rexall I warned you things were pretty lively hereIn March S a The day begun so strenuously was fast drawing to an end The 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of tbe L B dr St L R R Beautiful wood land on a high plateau on one side magnificent chtf scenery and has a pleadid supply of water Its first en campment will be held Aug 2123 1000 Revs J M Pike edditor of the Way of Faith Columbia S C A A Miles the well known Baptist evangelist IHenderson Ky and Luth er H Robeaon Somerset Ky are to be our leaders in sermon and song dur ing the encampment These men are too well known and have been too extensively used to need any recommend ation from me except to say with these human leaders led by the Holy Ghost and with what seems to me the greatest desire that I hay ever seen for a general revival of old time ie legion on the part of the people of coinunitiesous meetng Ministers of all denomina tons will be roomed and fed free of charge Tents can be rented at most reasonable rates and people can bring their bedding and provisions with them or they can take their meals at tbe dining hall on the grounds J W Hughes The laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree able and so natural that yon do not realize it is the effect of a medicine For sale by Short fit Haynes Clover port 11111 wnnrncter A cook bas been going round a sta tion in the south of India with the following character and Is somewhat surprised he Is not engaged Abdul has been my cook for three months It seems much longer He leaves on Recount of ill health my 111 health A Coincidenc- eI suppose you enjoy hearing your boy talk since ho went to college Yes answered Farmer Corntossel but aint it kind of a coincidence that BO many of them classical quotations begin with Rub rah rahLouIs Ville Courier Journal Alrvnyii Speaking Mrs JonesI always think twice be fore I speak once John Mr Jones sighing Exactly Mortal But youre such a quick thinker LfYA In the Ocean This earth received what was probably its greatest shaking In modern times when the tremendous volcanic eruption of Krakatoa In Suniia strait occurred In 1883 A curious Incident of that time Is recalled by a correspond ent who was a passenger on a steam ship ou the voyage between Colombo and Albany King Georges sound some 1500 or 2000 miles south of the center of the disturbance It was a beautiful night mid shortly Lifter dinner when the deck wus crowded with passengers the lookout shouted Breakers ahead This was In mldocean with no shoal water nearer than the Australian coast five or six days sail distant The steamer was slowed down and presently drifted into a mass of floating lava and green slime Bucketfuls were hauled on deck nnd strained through cloths Nearly all night the steamer forged ahead at half speed with the flouting scum grating against her sides and In the morning when clear water was reached the sides of the ship be low the water line were bare of paint and burnished like steel The Red HowllnR Monkey The red howler Mycetes senlculus is a rare monkey of the forests of tropical America It Is an extremely delicate animal and is chiefly remark able for the extraordinary noises It makes The cries it utters comprise al most any sound from a subdued moan to an angry roar and it is hardly con ceivable that they should proceed from a single animal This is the animal called red monkey by Waterton In his Wanderings In South America where an admirable description of its weird cries may be read These sounds are produced In a bony cavity formed by an enlargement of the hyold or tongue bone In appearance the red howler Iis an elegant little creature well clothed with hair of a reddish brown color Like the spider monkeys it is provided with a long prehensile tall the under- surface of which Is naked toward the tip but it differs from those monkeys In having well developed thumbs Westminster Gazette One Way to Get a Dog There are ways and ways of getting things said the old secret service man but I wouldnt recommend some of them to a Sunday school class Now I knew professionally a reformed CODI fldenco man I wont say how deep the reform went but officially he was reformed and occupied a pretty respectable position in the community One day I met this chap on the street and I had something to say to him See here I demanded Is this your advertisement in the paper offering a reward of 5 for the return of a lost dog Sure I said he But you dont own a dog said I Ho grinned You mean I didnt own a dog be corrected But I do own one now the hand somest English bulldog you ever laid your eyes on and he cost justu Imagination and Judgment Dr Eaton president of Madison university years ago was beloved by the I students and his good opinion courted above all things One commencement day the student who had delivered the valedictory approached the doctor and timidly asked him what he thought of the effort The doctor looked at him a moment and then said slowly Ed ward if you would pluck n few of the feathers from the wings of your imag ination and stick them in the tall of your Judgment you would make better speeches Talleyrnnd8 Thirteen Oath Talleyrand took thirteen oaths of fidelity to Clement XIII when he en tered holy orders to Clement XIV when he became bishop of Autun to Louis XVI in 1780 to the kin and the constitution to the directory In 1705 to the directory in 1700 as minister of foreign affairs to the three consuls to Bonaparte sole consul to Napoleon em peror to Louis XVIII in 1SH to Louis XVIII at the second restoration in 1815 to Charles X in 1S24 to Louis Philippe in 1830 A Generous Cardinal Cardinal Bonaparte was a grandson of Lucien Bonaparte He was a very charitable man During one of his Ill nesses a servant came to him and said that a poor person at the door begged for alms Give him what money you will find in my purse said the cardi nal There Is no money eminence The silver spoons are all given away We have nothing left but pewter spoons Well bring him In and give him a good meal- Disappointed In the Day I dont know what kind of figure that boyIl cut in life said the old man with a sigh Hes gone an shat tered all my hopes Why whats he been adoln oU Hes been ndoln of nothln was the reply cept writln poetry on barn doors when I had set my stakes to make a carpenter or a congressman out o hlmlAtlanta Constitution Dont De Touchy There are some people always look- Ing out for slights They cannot pay u visit they cannot receive a friend they cannot carry on the intercourse of the family without suspecting some offense is designed They are terribly touchy If they meet an acquaintance in the street who happens to be pre occupied with business they attribute his abstraction to some motive per sonal to themselves and take umbvago accordingly They lay on others the fault of their irritability A fit of in digestion makes them see imperti nences in everybody they come in con nevertonished to find some unfortunate word or some momentary taciturnity mis taken for Insult Of course such a mental condition is due to too much thinking about self and to an exagger ated self esteem even though uncon scious The best remedy is to persist ently put thoughts of self out of mind Find something more absorbing and more elevating to think about If you are one of the touchy ones and youll soon lose the habit A Storm Above the Cloud Professor John Wise the eminent aeronaut who lost his life in making a balloon ascension on Sept 28 1870 gave the following description of r thunderstorm which he once viewed from the top side The view of a stormcloud from above is one of the most interesting sights ever beheld by mortal man A storm viewed from above the clouds has the appearance of ebullition The upper surface of the cloud Is bulged upward and outward and has the resemblance of a vast sea of boiling upheaving snow Immedi ately above the stormcloud the air Is not so cold as it is in the clearer at mosphere above or in the cloud itself The falling of the rain can be distinct ly heard making a noise like a water fall over a precipice The thunder heard above a stormcloud is not loud and the flashes of lightning appear like streaks of intensely white light on the surface of the gray colored vapor A Life of Freedom People sometimes think how delight ful It would be to be quite free But a fish as Ruskin says Is freer than a man and as for a fly it is 4a black Incarnation of freedom A life of so called pleasure and self indulgence Is not a life of real happiness or true freedom Far from It If we once be gin to give way to ourselves wo fall under a most Intolerable tyranny Oth er temptations are in some respects like that of drink At first perhaps it seems delightful but there is bitter ness at the bottom of the cup Men drink to satisfy the desire created by previous indulgence So it is In other things Repetition soon becomes a craving not a pleasure Resistance grows more and more painful Yield Ing which at first perhaps afforded some slight and temporary gratlfica Lion soon ceases to give pleasure and even if for a time it procures relief ire long becomes odious Itself II Died Standing The incident of Ratlsbon a French officer though mortally wounded rides back to Napoleon reports the capture of the city and then falls from his sad dIe dead Is paralleled by a story of Gettysburg An officer of the Sixth Wisconsin regiment walked up to Colo nel Dawes who was In command Colonel Bragg was in Washington on crutches The officer was very erect and DOI ledaybothg a report or to receivedens But he was notHe had a favor to ask Colonel he said to Dawes will you tell the folks at home I died as a man and a soldier should Then ho unbuttoned his coat His whole side was shot away It was his last effort Ho died standing A Nose Tax l A nose tax was in the ninth century exacted by the Danes from the householders In Ireland It was so called not because it was levied on noses but from the fact that a failure to pay was punished by slitting the nose from tip to eyebrow It was con tinned dji lng thlrteejiI years when the Souseholders objecting to this treatment of their nasal 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after f dark Now Im a tenderfoot and yet I wouldnt be afraid to wander all over these hilts from now until morning George Casey was Indeed a tenderfoot but this was not the worst of his fallings i Rinsed In a wealthy family he hind been given ever thing he wished and had ruled his fathers house to suit himself That he was the most Important portion of the family liv did not for a moment doubt I and It was his greatest desire that others T should share that opinion with regard to him be found that he was to spend the suWhen In Wyoming looking after some mining Interests he determined that of nil other things he would show the people there that here was one tenderfoot that was not so tender after nil The few friends whom he had made on first arriving at Cold Springs had soon tired of his lordly ways and the only one who cared to accom thehiltsaround like a faithful dog Nobody could tell where Twobits got her name She was a rough uncouth girl of fourteen years born In the wilds and true to her birthplace The high check bones and swarthy features told of Indian blooda fact of which she No two characters could possibly have boon more oppposlte than those of George Casey and Twobits She had always been accustomed to associating with roughly dressed brownfeatured bowlegged cow boys who treated her like one of their own kind and sometimes enjoyed teasing Her for the amusement of the gang An admiration had been awakened In her for this smoothshaven well dressed polite young gentleman who bad come from wondrrtnl of which she had heard such stories She had dreamed of such Individ Hals but had never seen one before Ho appreciated the fact that she admired him and since no one else In that Immediate vicinity seemed to share the feeling he gladly allowed her the monopoly of it Ro the two had formed a sort of social system all their own with Just two classes master and vassal Naw she drawled I aint no coward neither But I tell you we cant go back the way we come fer Its too long round We got to go straight hack toward the Springs an its a good four hours walk Mebbo yer dont know thet them there hills teat above the camp has got lire all under em They Is great big cracks thar thet lIs so warm rer can hardly bear yer head In cm Mebbe yer wouldnt like ter fall down one of em inter the fire Ho ho hot laughed the tenderfoot such a ghost story Now Miss he added do you see that big pile of rocks yonder Well thats the highest place there is around here nnd Im going to go there Huh I muttered Twobits Yer kent neither A while back ycr thought this was the highest her yer are an thcts the highest Itll he the same way when ycr git tbar the highest will be Just beyond I tell yer Its time to go home Go home then It you want to and are afraid Im going on It isnt more than a mile farther Its all of fire miles I she declared but the master started along and the faithful slave followed obediently If be were going there was nothing for it but that she must accompany him They trudged along In silence for halt an hour and still the peak seemed as for away as ever Confound Itl sold George at last If we bad not stopped so long to talk about it we could have been there before this I suppose its too Into to go any farther IInaleornedI told you so But sho only turned as doggedly as before and followed him back the camp The Burl had gone down and the long twilight was drawing to a close Now and thou of a cyote was heard far out tIn another direction oansveringllnotenof Its mate The echo take up the Bound until It seemed that the two be In the midst ot an creaturesGtake the lead said TWo bltst and not waiting for his consent pushed her way ahead of him He had called her a coward and she would show him that she not one willingly took his place behind the thatguidehod re pn she secretly wished that he had taken her lie advIce omt started home sooner but he would not admit U tieri iyr11 kStt8 ltIt r1tbt d ttNt4 I we come ter the Burnln this Peers as nowTherelcommnndIng they looked down Into the darkness they could see distinctly long lines of glowing otlIerya thing of life and as It did so the very ground about seemed to heave up and down againYerbe a coward an all thet Mebbo so It may a bin all a ghost story too But It Is placeThe really scared He had never before been out In the mountains in the night time and the awful stlllnell broken now nuts then by unpleasant sounds peculiar to the mountain country awed and frightened him Ills teeth were fairly chattering snonerheIdeaItYer might n had a purtygood idea Shu answered but It nlnt agoln1 to do no olollgfasterthedreadedrenlhedforwardrenllzedInstlnlthelyfooting as soon as It should A sudden and uncommon warmth came upward and In another Instant the faint glow wnlll seen turtherbrinkshe called to her companion Mind yer yel They had changed places she was slaveWhatl neared the anti felthimselffalling Buttheagirlswas quick Suddenly reaching out her arm shin grasped him by the hand and fairly drag ged him across the chasm frightThatsI snrq are there many more like that Come on an quit yer talkln was the preemptory order limit I say Iwoblts It isnt safe Is the called after her I aint afeard answered If yon are why stay where you are or go back an peakBlast he muttered I nndleRvewould serve me right for I suppose its nil IleatheresaidHelloandleaveIntohissobLooknndInahead ot him Dont try to walk thnr or yernnlaskedIIlIdbutCOIDIIIJsarcnstlc youngInan effortsquitesuretomed to such tricks Now he stood like theditchcomicalWell Im patiently He stepped back for a run but when he came to the edge again he stopped short beneathhimItbnckThen little courage he possessed for whimperIshall I do girlIthe fellers from tower ter come out an help rer across Theyll make no end of fun of yer though Blast the fun he crIed lIurrf up anywayAll Ill bo back after a while she bounded way like a deer leaving George Casey sitting there In the night alone Minutes dragged llki hours and the darkness seemed to grow thicker every moment except when It was penetrated by that tint canny glow from down below Then as he SHE CAME TO THE 8TIIBB SIDE OF THE GULF toward soon the howl the was taken there she what and drained his eyes to catch sight of the res cuing party bethought with bitter anguish of the Jokes that would be enjoyed at his expense by the fellows in the camp He knew that ho had tried to lord It over them and now they would have II cltnnce to get even Ho could imagine Twobits as she ran into the Last Chance and In great hilarity told the boys how she hind left thet felller from Boston out on the edge of a chasm on Burning Hills He could almost hear their loud laughter as they pre pared to come in search of him In the midst of these thoughts he spied a tight in the distance It wavered was lost and appeared again Yes it was a lantern and it was bearing toward him Should he shout and show them whore he W81No that would only add pleasure to their huge Joke He would remain quiet eveniatjheVriskirt haying them miss him elf TrtpWty pniyhind series Wonga to I p4splrte 1 U beenInwould probably enjoy the sport as much as any of the others yerMrI and it was sweet music in his car answeredUavcShe came to the other side of the gulf and thrusting a stout plank out toward him she drawld Yas Thcts er help Did yer think I gangYer1 guess we ken make It nit right with this here Then making sure the was resting securely on either side she ordered Now git spry and dont waste no time Hop across I tell yer As they came to the last crevice where the pausedWashe waited with arms akimbo this is the last one Yer goln to give up now If yer do Ill leave yer for good dead sure Twobits said George and there was considerable pathos In hIs voice two bits he repeated will you forgive me for calling you a coward You are the bravest girl I ever knew nnd youve been real kind to me tonight Will you forgive mo1 Aw come along with said tit girl greatly embarrassed Its my pinion yer fellers In the east Jlst talk ter hear dontIThe away nnd from their appearance no one would have known that anything out of the ordinary had occurred As he left her at her own door he pressed her hand tightly andsaidYou are a bravo girla regular little heroineNext day she found n pony tied to the post In front of her mothers house nnd on the beautiful saddle which it bore was pinned a note which read Is Nickel n present to Twobits the brave little girl who was good to a coward TO ENTERTAIN LONGWORTHS Ambassador Reid and Wife will Pre sent Young Couple to Englands Court The Lonswortlis will be guests while In London of tho American no bnssndor and his charming wife Refreshed by her long vacation Mrs Reid has returned to the Court of St James with her hands full of prepara tions for King Edwards first drawing MRS WII1TLAW REID room of tho season to be held May 25 lit which site will present many Amer ican women some of whom will be her guests furportant don this season will be that of Mrs Nicholas Lonsworth President Roose velts daughter During their stay In London Mr and Mrs Lon worth will be the guests of the Reids at Dor chester House where the suite occupied by the ambassador and his wife will be at the disposal of the Longworths To add to the attract iveness of these rooms some choice boudoir furniture has recently ar rived from France to lend u fresher bridal beauty to tlieu Exiled Queen Runuvulo Among the members of the ruling families of the arid most of whom have known many sorrows there are few figures so pathetic as that of Ranavalo the exQueen of Madagascar who Is now on a visit to Paris and who since 1897 has been a queen without a iiirone living in Algiers on the charity somewhat grudgingly vouchsafed her by the French Govern mentRanavalo Is now fortyfour and al though her complexion Inclines to a dusky shade she Is by no means un attractive She possesses a distinctly good figure dresses with much taste and wears her clothes with distinction She ruled over Madagascar for four teen years and like the two queens who preceded her became the wife of tho Prime Minister When she begaQ her reign tho country was at war with France Clilacblllns Becoming Scarce The chinchilla the little ratllko ani mal which produces the popular fur Is In danger of extinction The chinchillas were formerly found In great numbers In the high ranges of tho Andes In Bolivia and Chili but owing to the demand for their skins they have been ruthlessly hunted In season and out of season and the Chilean Government finds it almost Im possible to enforce a law which has been passed for their protection The exports from Coqulmbo the principal port for this trade amounted last year to twelve thousand dozen skins and the prices paid were almost double those of the previous year Jokeon Time A Pennsylvanian named Weeks with n chronic habit of purloining watches han been given tho Time of his life by the Judge who sent him up for ten years New York Evening Mall What is the 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rent the handsomest apart put in Palermo on the Quattro Canti Q swell square ten or twelve rooms ith improvements for 700 lire a year thats 140 You cant get five rooms a tenement house on Manhattan for mount For 0 a month they can i good cook For 8 a month they hire two other women servants a Undress and a maid For 20 a oath they can keep a horse carriage id coachman or for 1 they can hire rig for a whole day whenever they- e As for food It Is all fresh and od No cold storage is employed No ting chickens killed two or three are ago You can buy twentyfive fresh or ges or lemons for a cent In Palermo nico spring chicken costs 20 cents cccllent Marsala wino can be bought- r GO cents a gallon and the com n wino for 32 cents Everything raised in the vicinity and Is fresh fl unadulterated The couple could aIn handsome stylo for 75 a month bore in America could as much be f for the money Tho man could y a nice lIttle new sailing yacht for 30 which would cost him with they of ono sailor only Oor 8 a month keep up Ho could buy a lIttle steam cht for 1000 which would cost him tian engineer and sailor only 30 tnnth For 2000 he could buy a cht over there In which ho could vel the whole Mediterranean safely he preferred a country residence he M buy a pretty little eight room Iilio cottage with an acre of ground some lonely spot for 1000 AHjJls Is for a rather swell style HfiypBut a man and his wife could e m perfect comfort In Palermo In four or five room apartment In a id location keeping ono servuntand- lag whatever they liked to cat for R day for everything When you think of all the things Italians can get at home for their moo ey that they cant get here is it any wonder they want to go back I have had a two room furnished suit a bed room and for my sitting room a fine old marble salon sixty feet long and sixteen feet high in the very best lo cation In Florence for 12 a month Mand hattan Of course the type of Amen can who could settle happily over there would have to have a bit of tho cos mopolItnn about him with an Interest In tho art and history of tho country and the language The language is canysoon form social ties America Is a great place to make and earn money but Its a very bad place to try to live on u fixed income To earn da Amer Italianotthats the Italians ideaNew York Press SOME PECULIAR PIES A Dwarf Was Served Up In One For Chnrle I One of the most curious pies ever pro pared was that which the Duke of Buckingham placed before Charles hand his queen when they visited him at BurlelghontheHlll On that occa sion Jcffcry Hudson the dwarf who was so enraged by a gentleman whom he hat challenged to a duel appearing on the field armed with n syringe was served up In n cold pie Pies were always a strong point of mayoralty banquets and tho recipe ot- a city of London pie pas been handed down to posterity from the sixteenth century The recipe runs as follows Take eight marrow bones eighteen sparrows a pound potatoes onequar ter pound eringoes two ounces lettuce stalks forty chestnuts onehalf pound dates a peck of oysters onequarter pound preserved citron three arti chokes twelve eggs two sliced lemons a handful of pickled bayberries one quarter ounce whole pepper onehalf ounce sliced nutmeg onehalf ounce whole cinnamon onequarter ounce whole clove onehalf ounce mace and onequarter pound currants Liquor when it is Lakcd with white wine but ter and sugar It looks very much as if the cata logue of ingredients of this wonderful pie had only been concluded trough the inventor forgetting any other arti cles of diet that he could put in Rich as the last mentioned pie sounds it was not so rich as the sim pie bran pie that an eccentric old gentleman placed before his tenants at the annual luncheon he gave them for be sides tho homely bran golden coins of the realm were included in the concoction which made It peculiarly savory Late in the eighteenth century the Newcastle Chronicle had the following item of news Monday last was brought from Ito wick to Berwick to bo shipped for Lon don for Sir Henry 43rcy Bart a pie the contents whereof are as follows viz Two bushels of flour 20 pounds of butter 4 geese 2 turkeys 2 rabbits 4 wild ducks 2 woodcocks 0 snipe and 4 partridges 2 ncats tongues 2 cur lews 7 blackbirds and 0 pigeons it is near 0 feet in circumference at bottom weighs about 12 stone will take 2 men to carry it to table It Is neatly fitted with a case and 4 small wheels to facilitate Its use to every guest that inclines to partake of its contents at table London TitBits Lava Cave of the Azores The formation of caves In a lava stream Is a curious process and ono which the explorer will be Interested to realize as his investigations proceed and In the Azores it has some ro maikable and perfect illustrations It will be understood that the stream of molten matter proceeding ordinarily from the volcano soon begins to cool externally us it travels But with a great stream say thirty or forty feet thick a long time passes before it becomes finally cooled and solid to its center A large body of melted lava still remains liquid in its interior forming as it were a huge conduit or tube full of the white hot matter As this accumulates by tho continued sup ply from above the vast pressure of the liquid on the lower end of the stream Increases Tho effect may bo easily Imagined The solid crust at tho front of the flow breaks out tho melt ed interior rushes on again and tho great tube is emptied of Its contents so far as they remain liquid leaving be hind a hollow cavern which may and occasionally docs extend for an unln terrifted length of several miles In tho course of centuries subsequent eruptions may deposit new beds of cinder or ash or new streams of lava to any extent above it but the cave so formed may rennin intact When n Meteor Falls We owe our immunity to our atmos phere which serves as a bullet proof cuirass for the world When a meteor enters the atmosphere tho friction produced by its gigantic speed makes it flash up like the arrow of Acestes only moro so The beat thus produced Just showers sparks from a car ringowheel or a luclfer match lights on the box is sufficient to consume tho meteor as if it were suddenly cast Into a furnace heated to three or four mil lion degrees Obviously tho smaller meteors are utterly consumed beforo they have penetrated far Into tho at mosphere which their fate has shows to rise to a height of about 120 miles Only a very large one can descend to within twenty miles of tho earth be foro being burst by theexpanslon duo to heat and by tho resistance of tho air The fact that fragments do occa sionally reach the earth is the best proof of tho great size of some of the meteors that we encounter If It were not for tho blessed air the explosion of them all with the accompanying fervent heat would take place In our midst tIs safe to say that such a state of things would render our great towns uninhabitable DEATH VALLEY CACTI THE PLANTS THAT BLOOM IN THE SUN SCORCHED DESERT Hundred of Acre of n Scene of Almost Indeacrlbulile Deauty In the Midst of Mlle on Mlle of Darren and Dendly Sand Flats Not half the plants of Death valley are known to scientists most of those that are known are lIttle more that names and will never be more until the prying arm of the railroad shall have laid bare some of the secrets oL this vale of Illuom Most beautiful and most plenty on the desert are the cacti and the rapidity with which their dry and apparent ly withered stalks put out blossoms under tho touch of the rains Is wonder fulThe largest and showiest blossom of them all grows on a short stock stem which during the summer does not seem to havo life enough to produce the magnificent waxy flowers which are ofjeu as much as five Inches across A cactus much larger than this the barrel cactus has a very small and In significant bloom while the tiniest of all a low creeping round stemmed jointed growth has an Immense pink flower beautiful as any orchid and rivaling the fairest rose of Persia In Its odorUnfortunately the names of these rare species are not well known and the commoner varieties which are also found on tho coast slope bear no such gorgeous array of blossoms Old friends greet the Traveler on the rim of Death valley too There Is tho cholla pronounced choyah which while large and many brdilched pro duces few or no flowers reproducing Itself by slipping as our grand mothers were wont to say of their choice geraniums Wherever an un usually long branch falls to the ground It seems almost to work its way into the earth so soon do the shifting sands cover it Then a process of rooting takes place so that soon an entirely separate plant comes up a few feet from the parent So It Is that great beds of cacti are formed throughout the desert One noticeable thing about all the plants In and around Death valley is that they grow low to the ground for no living thing can stand against the simooms that sweep this level floor for 200 miles on over Into the Nevada des ert These low growers protect them selves from the drifting sand In a wonderfully ingenious manner When the plant first breaks from the ground it comes up riot in ono stem as do the taller cacti but In many tiny branch- Ing stalks so that what solid earth and rocks there arc among tine sand clouds fall between theso stalks and form a sort of openwork barricade Against this tho sand drifts but docs not choke out the life of the plant The winds of tho desert always blow from the same direction so that the barri cade Is always available whether It be a rain wind or sand storm that Is blowingAnother beautiful bloomer of this far desert raises n foot long shaft four pointed and like no other flower stalk In the world On It are clustered great waxen blooms two or three inches across perfumed with all the sweet scents of Cyprus and the Ind and ranging from palest golden white to deepest purple From right to left of the narrow val Icy more than 400 feet below the llevel of the sea 2 0 miles away these beds of cacti stretch In winter and spring when they are all abloom with flame they seem like some great clout of gold to the traveler pausing on the rim of the Funeral range or dipping down with his burros through Windy gap coveringplaces they are small and stunted so that tho traveler meets with scattered clumps of the thorny shrubs miles be fore ho comes upon traces of the dead alkaline lakes that mark the edge of tho valley Other plants than cacti are scarce In Death valley but two species of mes quite grow from ono end of the valley to the other both blooming profusely and adding their quota of odor to tho air When they seed the beans are gathered by the Plutcs iiutl ground up for flour All In all there are doubtless hun dreds of acres of cacti In this ouu part of the California desert and Its beauty when In bloom Is something Indescrib able especially when seen In tho midst of mile on mile of barren sand flats San Francisco Chronicle The SpeiilcliiK Voice Nothing as quickly and unmistakably distinguishes a well bred man or woman from those of plebeian birth or education as tho speaking voice anti tho carriage two most essential points to cultivate and the two which are al most universally neglected by parents and masters in this country It Is not so in England anti France where oven In humblo life the voices are not only naturally more musical than thoso found in America but they aro so in consequence of past training and cul tivation One uses the speaking volco almost continuouslyI so why should it not be trained to bo as musical as possible slnco u sweet low volco is considered power So much time and attention are given to tho singing voice which is used only upon occa sions which of course is to ho encour aged and commended but if mono can not cultivate both let tho preference al ways be given to tho speaking voice that ones enunciation articulation and respiration as well as the proper pitch 6f tho voice may bo regulated and governed according to the most ap proved methods Then ones convic bone will bo found to carry great weight I I i Doyou want a daily pa per for 100The 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 Franklin on Catching Cold It Is well known says the New York Evening Post that Franklin nmdo a particular study of colds and hind his own theory about them which we be here Is pretty much the theory of to day One pf his assertions was that catching cold does not come from mere cold but from unequal temperature over the body and from undistributed moisture To proVe this he made a number of observations on occasions when he did and did not suffer A few of these follow By putting on n damp shirt on a dry body yes By putting on a dry shirt on a wet body though this wets the body ten times moreno By sitting In a room where the floor has been newly washedyes By going Into a river and staying there nu hour no sheets so weUno By wetting the feet onlyyes- By I wetting dll the clothes through i the body and wearing them a whole tinyno By sitting In a room against a crevice yesBy sitting as long In the open air noInow Cyanide Won Dlnpnvpretl Scheelo in 1783 laid the foundations for the manufacture of cyanide of potassium With prusslato of potash for its base dried animal matter of any and all kinds was dumped Into the superheated vessels containing the pot ash together with iron filings and bor ings A stonellko black mass resulted from the cooling and other processes brought the final lemon colored crys tals which resulted from evaporations of the solutions From these crystals prussic acid was evolved of which a 2 per cent solution is the pharmaceu tical preparation yet so powerful that four drops will kill a largo dog A chemist putting a cyanide solution in a gold lined dish in 1844 discovered that the gold was dissolved In tho liquid This was tho beginning of the gold plating process by the use of cya nldo and the further involvement of the poison came about In electroplat bug in photography and In treating re fractory gold ores Technical World A Ciinnillnti Paradise Teinaganil is shaped like an octopus with long stretched out arms and its shores are indented with deep circling bays island strewn and culminating In sharp points rand curves that add to the beauty of this magical scene The lako of deep waters Is the meaning of the Indian word and they lie very deep and cool in their bed of granite in stillness a perfect mirror in storm darkly menacing with foam edged waves showing fangllko teeth Being a hundred square miles in arort Tema gaunt forms ono of Canadas great natural reservoirs Mighty rivers from the height of land to the north flow Into it and it in turn feeds the streams that flow southward carrying their life giving waters through the forests to the peopled lauds below Thero are 1400 islands in the lake and tho government has included tho whole area In a magnificent forest reserve of a million and a half acres Kato West lako Yelgh in Four Track News Jammed Flugel Few people have escaped Jammed fingers and as the pain caused when the finger Is jammed In a door is excruciating in tho extreme for tho first few miustesltjs jy ill1Q knovrofjwme I means of relief The finger should lie plunged into water as hot as can pos sibly be borne This application of hot water causes the nail to expand and soften and the blood pouring out beneath It has more room to flow Thus the pall Is lessened The finger should then be wrapped In a bread and water poultice A Jammed finger should rev er be neglected as It may lead to mor tification of the bone If It has been badly crushed and amputation of the finger must follow Jammed toes are usually caused through the falling of heavy weights and should be treated In the same way as a Jammed finger Netr Yorkd First Sidewalk The first sidewalk In Now York was laid by a woman Mrs Samuel Pro roost about 1710 She was an Importer and merchant and laid the sidewalk for the convenience of her customers She had importuned the authorities to do It but they refused saying It was Impossible After her object lesson paving and curbing gradually came In but for some time her sidewalk was so famous that people journeyed even from Philadelphia to see It ICllCYV It Well after the dinner Boresomo told n story about his exploits In Africa amid then one about an Irishman he- met in Switzerland nut I thought you wero not at the banquetNor was I at this particular one but have attended sixteen others where Boresorne told these stories nail IlnlltH It would bo a very bad thing If farmers over got control of the nation al finances Why so- Because from sheer force of habit they would want to be always water ling the stock Baltimore American lie Anew Meekly Yes were going to move to Swamphurst Doctor But the cllmato there may disagree with your wife MeeklyIt wouldnt dare Philadel phla Ledger Tho Hitort Professional Lawyer Quibble You a doctor Why you couldnt cure n ham Dr Sawbones And you sir you couldnt try a case of lard Our own heart and not other mens opinions forms our true honor Cole ridge Many requests from Catarrh sulleru who use atomizers have resulted in Liquid Cream Balm n new and con venient form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrhwhich can always be depended on In power to allay inflammation to cleanse the logged airpassages to promotefree natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents including spraying tube Mailed bv Elys Bros CO Warren Street New York HlttliiK Ulan WltU the Truth Mr Boastful I wonder how it would com If I could have all the money I iiivo given to charity piled on a plato before me Mrs Boastful I think you ould still distinguish the plato fII PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for 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BOTH FOR 100 By special arrangement with the publishers of the Farm Journal Philadelphia we arc enable to offer both papers for 100 to every now advance puying subscriber and to every old subscriber who pays in advance the Breckenridge News one year and tho Farm Journal five years both papers for 100 the price of ours alone Tho Farm Journal is 29 years old and enjoys great popularity adapted to tho circulation in every state and is ono of time most use fun interesting and trustworthy farm papers published This offer should bo excepted without delay as it only holds for n limited time l PISQS CURE FOR INM CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS MM Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drupel jts Mor CONSUMPTION v- r t LiL it t t 1 i I S wr 7 1Trw I iTT E iC U V I I Ic It I 11- I 1S I An Agricultural Education GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL U The Allowing Interesting account of the life work of Edgar J Ilolllster Is sketched by Mrs Jrannls who 1ms had the opportunity of personally ob serving some of the results of his wonderful activity Hxcppt for Dean Ilolllsters retiring modesty regarding his own performances Mrs Grannis says that It would be possible to pro pent many more stimulating Incidents of dlfllcultlcs overcome All In nil his life work Is doing much not only for American agriculture per se but for the advancement of the Idea that bralnworkfarmlng pays and that there Is as promising a field in this line of endeavor as in any of the mer cantile or Industrial occupations Through Toil to Truiiuphl- ly Anna C Grannls It Is a far cry from a Canadian farmer boy in the sixties to the Dcan of Agriculture today In a rising Insti tution in tim West yet by the applica tlon of science to practical farmingI such a change has been wrought by Kdgar 7 Ilolllster a soil expert of wide reputation- No agricultural college opened Its friendly doors to this young pioneer nor was the Canadian government so deeply interested at that time as nowI In Its farming population Hooks on the subject were few and fell vnpfiily short of the mark yet he knew neither discouragement nor dismay A call from western Ontario his birth place came In 1873 and In re sponse some time was spent In sot ting out peach orchards the work los j Ing Its irksomenoss because of the study which accompanied It Moreover at this point a company was en gaged In reclaiming some twentyfive thousand micros of land by the drainage of an Inland lake TIme young man as Misted In some of the surveys and was in touch with the chief engineer of the work Ills enthusiasm was aroused by the anticipation of the re sults which would come from the addition of such n large acreage which t- hitherto worthless was now by re f duclng It to cultivation to be made v productive After some further years of Rtudya cuRl preparation Mr Ilolllster became Interested In the organization of a omtpnny for the development of a large tract of swamp The laud was cleared of brush and reclaimed to cultivation buildings erected hun rhlnery Installed and a system of farming very nearly perfect was l established Fields of six micros were made to produce an Income of S3 v 00000 ouch while others of four acres produced 1sOOOO Of time latter SI- n 81 20000 was not while thirtylive acres was made to yield 1401000 gross at an expense of 800000 Of course those were special crops such as eel cry onions suit other vegetallestSLOW PROCESS In some Instances five years Is time n period allowed for time reclamation of land by the slow process of nature nfter the drainage has been obtained Even then thooe minis may fall to produce paying crops because of their deficiency In ensontlal elements such to ns lime potash phosphoric arid and magnesia Theue are some of tlllJtl forces which go to make stability IntI plants It In trill that such land Ion tn in a large percentage of nitrogen accumulated from the lecomllpositioulP of vegetable matter In low places However this umltroguu1m which would produce growth available Is In an unknown qnnuititytiand available only when moisture Is present yet does not pro duce the same results upon crops as nitrogen derived from oilIer sources such as bone dried blood or barn yard manure To make these lands productive lm mediately after drainage it is neces suy to correct their acid condition by ful time use of lime still by disintegration of the soil particles thereby Increas lag their powers to retain water and Hbftorb oxyRen These forces together yJlute trogen phosphoric ncld potash and phosphoric acid and make them available as plant food Mr Holllster visited Florida and 101I cured It tract of land which for five years was used experimentally Al thought ho was in one case much handi capped by Inadequate drainage which It was not found practical to Improve the results were however very satis factory In 1805 In Canada the next field of operation a phenomlnal success ie- frtLrJt JO Holllstor proceeded upon the theory that climatic conditions being equalI certain crops are adapted to certain soils and that planting thoae which will bring the greatest revenue will enhance the value of the land Inspire the people with enthusiasm and encourage I development In all lines of trade For example Kalnuuzoo byhogsan acre After the Incoming of the Hollanders who began raising celery on these supposedly worthless la 00000000 was brought annually to the town by the sale of this vegetable In ten years time the land Increased In value to 90000 an acre In 1S91 a trip was made to Colo rado where the people were farming under Irrigation and here the growers j DEAN E J UOLUSTER III I were taught tin economical use lit tr and time method of creating aI Aisitviieru experiments with soil and plant lifec t dbOi still further to time experiment m01theuntpossible work was to come Ie thIreclaiming of tidal lands on time north j a shore of Long Island Sound The DeE hatlhlld I ported the feasibility of reclamation hut by slow processes and that In failureslimexperimentnlly which was the further Information resltlllJlInexpress operahin mehut of Agriculture An experiment was first made on a small tract on the south side of Long Island where the salt uplmiI 8trllte of lumber sufllclently strong withstand till tide This bog was made smooth tumid even and chemically entei In the month of August By me t of October time surface was covered with a beautiful growth of tame grass six Inches high This certainly be termed Au Quick rocess Route Work on tl sixty eio tract on till north side was begun ofthlme previous autumn with inlt water I nine thetlrthundred bushels of turnips were tractimeAlrllHl bttiuttl lipcattlpre1lalnIIIproduced l vegetablesfnnd corn A year later the meadow elded four tons of hay to the acremd was considered a great demona mi I SELECTI1 L1 WINONA IAHK SCHOOl4hh FOR GIULS iIlf it I I I I Itmau 1landKtlllPII tIAK1XnbAnothernient was condueted by this Wizard htheof sea sand to a loamy condition The is fefertlllprRsown which covered th6 ground In thlfOUowlngnkBMnn a crop of corn sown broadcast The corn was plowed down In tile fftJJ bind the sand lot planted In rye It wlll be seen that In this process nature was being assisted by moisture and sun light to change sand Into rye and corn stalks Then the sand by the natural process of decomposition of these grains brougbt about a complete change In the physical condition of the soil The work of this Interesting man attracted the attention of many people pursuing Hclcntiflo agriculture among whom was II J Heinz the pickle manufacturer 57 kindswho Is In terested not only In the culture of the vegetable kingdom but In time tel t ual growth of boys and through his activity Mr Holllstor was elected Dean of Agriculture at the Agricul tural Institute of Winona Lake In diana Here he was seen last sum mom handling his crops of embryo farmers who seemed Imbued with his enthusiasm and whose first harvest received encomiums from five thouIsand visiting farmers who unani endorsIngtheEDUCATING FOR SMALL ARMS- A plan Is now taking tangible form which will lead to the establishment of small farms comprising five to twenty acres each On these farms young men will be taught combined scientific and practical agriculture They will also demonstrate the pos genuIrlwhich may well be envied by time- ssalaried man or the man of moderate capital In the city It Is believed too that this work will have a wholesome effect upon the farmers throughout the country An Increase of even 10000 In time revenue of each farmer when multiplied by five million would establish the prosperity of time Ameri can Nation time bulwarks of which are Its farming population Mr Holllster Is also directing a work df reclamation of a largo tract of salt meadow on the Connecticut n OUt which when reclaimed will be used for the 11fnrmlng tttopeopleThusprogress and farmingI that once seemed Ihan ever increasing success Value of I1fli1fu to Farm Animals i Tho Bureau of Animal Industry of the Department of Agriculture has re ntiy published a study by I D Graham of the use of alfalfa for the and fattening of animals In gttainedgrowersllnIn STUDENTS OUT WINONAI considered by stockmen In other SAC ions Some of the questions considered in the experiments were the composition and digestibility of alfalfa the calculated cost of nutrients supplied by al- alfa and other feeding stuffs the value of alfalfa hay cut at different periods of growth alfalfa as a pastur ge soiling and hay crop alfalfa meal and the value of alfalfa fresh and cured for different kinds of farm ani importancefplant was also considered Finely ground kilndried alfalfa hay called alfalfa meal has given sat- ISfactory results as feeding stuff The commercial article is made from se sugarbeetper cent alfalfa and 26 per cent mo lasses Horses and mules It is stated thrive on alfalfa pasture and while alfalfa Is too rich a food for mature horses un less used In combination with some other roughness It Is an excellent feed for young ones as It seems to contain developboneCaution should be used however in feeding alfalfa to horses particularly they have not been accustomed to Like other concentrated feeds It seems to stimulate all the physical processes to such an extent that van systemIpersplratoryglandsI is fed to horses in con rationIabundance of other roughness fur nished When horses have attained a mature age and It Is desirable to change from other hay to alfalfa this change must be very gradual and the alfalfa selected for this purpose should e more advanced In growth at the of cutting than that which Is to generaltatement drIvInghorsessual waythat Is cut when the field about onetenth in bloomIs better or tIme colts In any even horses that are fed alfalfa hay must given abundant exercise Irbeepmilfait rJI11tii hay for pigs It Is considered better to cut It early so that a larger proportion of leaves may be saved and consequently a larger proportion of protein conserved While late cutting after the leaves have fallen somewhat and the stem hardened Is better fo horses for pigs especially growlnl- pigs the crop should be so harvested as to save tho largest number of leaves Experience teaches also tha the third or fourth crop is better fo pigs because It is softer and more pal atable It is always wise to provide some sort of a trough or rack with ia floor in It for feeding alfalfa to hogs Alfalfa in its green state or when used as hay or ensilage Is a firstclass poultry food Poultry will pasture on It during the summer and thrive It is best for poultry to use the last cutting of alfalfa as It is softer In texture has a larger proportion of leaves less woody matter and is more succulent than any other cutting While poultry of all classes will cat alfalfa hay or at least the leaves from it and thrive it is undoubtedly a better practice toI chop or grind It and mix It with a grain ration A good practice is toI steep the alfalfa hay Inhot water and let It stand for several hours before feeding The Irish Potato- A rich sandy loam Is best suited td the production of Irish potatoes and the fertilizers employed should contain hgh percentage of potash The main crop of Irish potatoes for family use should be grown elsewhere but a small area of early ones properly belongs In the garden The preparation of the oil should be the saute as for general garden crops In a recent bulletin on farm vege tables time department of Agriculture recommends that for late potatoes the rows should be 2A to 3 feet apart land the hills 14 to 18 inches apart in the rows Lay off the rows with a onehorse plow or lister anti drop the seed one or two pieces In a place In the bottom of time furrow Cover the seed to a depth of about 4 inches using hoe or a onehorse plow for the purpose One to three weeks will be- equired for the potatoes to come upe- peimmlimmg entirely upon the tempera mr of time soil Time ground mummy even reeze slightly after the planting has eemi done hilt so long as tile frost oes not reach time seed potatoes no harm will result and growth will be i in as soon ns the soil becomes nut- cieimtiy warm As soon as the plants appear above the ground and the rows can he fol lowed the surface soil should be well stirred by means of one of the harrow toothed cultivators Good cultivation should be maintained throughout the rowing season with occasional band hoeing if necessary to keep the i round free front weeds Much de eimuls upon cultivation Toward timel st the soil may be worked up round e plants to hold thorn erect and projj CLEANING A DRAIN AT be tect time tubers from the sun after the vines begin to die When the tubers I are fully rlpo the vines will bo quite dead hut digging should not be delayed too long ns the potatoes will make a second growth In case wet weather should set in and weeds will start seriously Interfering with har vesting the crop On a small scale dig with n spading fork and on a large scale uso either one of the ape cia digging machines or n turning plow whicli 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Stories of Success and The Story of llcHale I I INTERNATIONAL CffiRESPONDENCESCHODLSBOX 917 SCRANTON PA Please explain without further obligation on my part how I can quality for a I I larger salary In the position before which I have marked X DookkeeperI I Illustrator I a you ELECTRIC Textile Mill Sopt Civil Service Chemist Electrician Electrical Engineer Elec Lighting Sept Alcch Engineer Surveyor Stationary Engineer nuke OCOIXOns thitep desk Building ContractorII CivilEngineerArch DraurbtmanII ArchitectStruct eainglnccriridgc Foreman PlumberIMlnlne I JnClaEogllib hcfI I I A 1 StrvqttaiN5 orlJ jit Qi DldTh d i ymj 1 ii 2 r Ir 44- S I J Ct- 7f tl t b ttJM E T I D I Iv J I i Eor Dl 1heI i ispM dxifr I JIreJ 1 Mfrcda MfrcI Alt wa ton U r- denbe Cf- IL 0 I IL r 1 erya a rY e h = en c q i s t lit 1 1 1s1 j L t r r t aI I aI f 11- V f fff I f t I 14l iii 4l4l- t t j t j f I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 0 1900 STATE REVENUE LAW A list of Some of The Taxes AndI License Fees Required after June II BIG TAX ON LIQUOR j The schedule given below is a partia list of taxes and license fees imposed by the new revonue and taxation act passed by the recent General assembly The liw goes into effect June 11 next and after that date the following ratesI will be laidon the business stated Too keep a tavern or hotel from t to 210 acooridug to rooms and privi leges To retail malt liquors 75 spirit oas and vinous liquors 150 spirit oas vinous malt lipnors 200 To sell by retail playing cards flS pistols 100 bowie knives dirks brass knacks or slung shot 100 own broke 500 Furnishing stamps or cheeks top purchasers of merchandise 10 To keep ten pin nine pen bowin or boxball alloy 15 if county exceeds 25000 in population it not 10 for each alley or hallway Circus menageries and exhibition- nder canvas 1 for each 100 voters in county not to exceed 50 Foriegn slanirnter and packing houses doing business in this State 50 cents per 100 worth of gross reclpts To sell at retail cigarette material 10 at wnolosale 25 Wagon selling at retail petrolium or lubricating oil 15 To stand stud jack or bull a sum equal to the greatest sum charged for services of the animal Peddler with twohorse wagon 50 onehorse wagon fl0 horseback 30 on foot 120 personal accompanying peddler with wagon 20 To exhibit trained animals not cir cue or menagerie 5 per day Auotioner in each town 5 i I Billard table20 additional tables 5 each To post or distribute bills etc except for resident mecrnants county fair association owners lessee or man agers of theatre or opera house or can didate tor political office 10 WtwrtboAt 10 Bottling soft drinKS 25 Brokers and commission merchants not including bunks and trust companies f2j To tun cline or knife rack arfudod ger etc 5- Coinineicial agencies 100 On each show exhibition concert or other performance for fees not exclu sively tor ehgious benevolent on ed ucational pnrposesand not in a licensed hall ji Feather renovators 10 Ferries f2 1 Fortune toilers clairvoyants and palmist 20 Hack stage or automobile line tot public puriKwo FIO Ice factory 15 tc f30 according to capacity Steam lunudry or foreign laundry doing business in this State fl0 Loan companies 200 Lightening rod atjents50 Netry go round J1O Oleomargarine dealer fG To sell patent medicine 200 Photograph gallery fiG Piano and organ agont 5 R R eating house 10 Restunrant Fr Real estate agent in towns of first second and third class 25 fourth fifth and sixth class 1- 0Sewlngmachiuu agents 10 Shooting galleries fi1i Soda fountain 250 To sell suit drinks natural or miner A fair- Dressny Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhairwillbestrongand will remarn where it belongs on the head not on the comb I The best kind AJ a testimonial Sold for oveXIlxty year by J O Ayer Co Lowell MallIXlio manuhotureri of AXdeercpiO 9 IER S l APARILLAjj J WILD WITHII ITCHING HUMOR Eruption Broke Out in Spots All Over BodyCaused a Continual Itching for Two YearsDoctors Medicine Did no GoodCured at Expense of only 125 and Now I THANKS CUTICURA FOR COMPLETE CURE S Somo time ago I wrote you for a bookon the Cuticura Remedies and received it O K and went and bought the Soap Ointment and Pills They did me more good than any medicine 1 ever used They cured me of my skin disease and I am very thankful to you My trouble was eruption of the skin which 0broke out in spots all over my body and caused a continual itching which nearly drove me wild at times I got medicine of doctor but it did not euro me and when I saw in a paper you ad I sent to you for the Cutlcura book and I studied my rose in it I then went to the drug storo and bought ono cake of Cuticura Soap one box of Cu ticura Ointment and ono vial of Cuti cura Pills From the first application I received relief I used the first set and cakes of Cuticura Soap ballgsuffered for two years again thank Cuticura for my cure If you wish you may publish this Your friend forever Claude N Johnson Maplo KansJune 15 100- 5ITCH ITCH ITCH SCRATCH1 SCRATCH1 SCRATCH This is the condition of thousands of skintor tured men women and children who may be instantly relieved and speedily cured by warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle applications of Cuticura Oint ment the great Skin Cure and mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent Pills when physicians and all else fail Sold throughout the world Cutlcurt Soap SW Olnl mtnt Me JUfolrcnt ilk lp form of Chocolite Coated rOli 2 c per viii1 of be hid of all drufntliti A Ingle It often cum001Potter Uru Chew Corp Soil 1rupa arilliiurtVAn About the SkID Scalp and Ililr al water not from tountain 2 50 Picture enlargemennt agent 5II Theater or opera noose in first class 40 sceond clss 20 third 15 fourth fifth and sixth 10 Vendors of spectacles and jewelry 10 Vendors of stoves and ranges 20 To operate skating room in city of first calas 75 second 50 third f25 fourth 10 fifth and sixth 5 Wholesale liquor dealers 25 to 350 according to Amount and nature of business Rectifiers I a cents per wine gallon There is no need worrying along in discomfort because ot a disordered di gestion uefa bottle of KODOL DYS PEPSIA and see what it will do for you Koaol not only digests what you eat and gives that tired stomach a needed rest but is a corrective of the greatest etrlciehcy Kodol relieves indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart flatulence an1 sour stomach Kodol will make your stomach young and healthy again You will worry just in the proportion that your stomach worries Loa Worry means the loss af ability to do your best Worty is to be avoided at all times K dol will take the worry out of your stomach Sold by all druggis- tsHAWESYILLE PASTOR SUSPENDED RerB F Lahein has been suspend ad from the pastorate of the Hawes villa Methodist church and must answer on trial at Centrall City Ky September 10th before the Methodist Conference tbe hargesbrought against fiim by Mr Jcsepb Sapp a member ot his church These charges are familial to our readers In March it will be remem bered Sapp clams to nave bored holes in the back of his business house and witnessed the preacher kiss his wHetAt an informal investigation at that time both tne minister and MWSaJlp denied the charge Tho investiagtion was infomal because the Presiding Elder could not be reached This trial resulted In Lawherna acquittal and after a few days the home of the Saapps was reestablished and they hate since lived togather Four weeks ago Presiding Elder Lewis visited Mrs Sapp and talked with her about the matter In the meantime Mrs Sapp says her consol ence annoyed her and she told the Rev Lewis that her former statements were untrue and that she made them on the statement from Lnwbern that tne real facts would ruin him her and the churchLewis then ordered a formal investi gation to ascertain whether or not a trial would be necessary at Central City Tne investigation committee was composed of Reve J W Love Lewlsport C F Hartford Owens boro and W R Wagoner South Car rollton Elder Lewis presided at the I trial and Rev B M Carrie of Clover port acted as Secretary Tne trial was begun Monday evening and evidence submitted much after the fashion of oar civil courts though the public including the press was excluded The proof produced was much like tbo other trialI wined we printed at the time with the eoxoption of Mrs Sapp She conceded tnat she misrepresented matters at the other investigation but did so beletving fully that as Law hero said a real disclosure would ruin the church and both partieshence she was attempting to protect them all Mrs Sapp became very jl throughout the trial and wopt She made other disclosure with reference to the minister attitude toward ber atj another time which we deem best not to publish here In the examina tlon ot Lawhern it is said he made clean and sleeping denial of the whole affair claiming as he did at the other investigation that ho was act- Ing strictly and discreetly In the capa city of a minister in attempting to bring about a reconciliation between Mr and Mrs Sapp who it will be remembered were havinc considerable e mairtal troubles about that time The trial closed late Tuesday even Ing and at 11 p m the committee made its report which suspends the preacher and orders that a trial of the matter be made in full at Central City On yesterday morning Messrs B H Moredock and W H William were appointed a committee to with Mr and Mrs Sapp with refer encfi to their church membership It is Known that the congregation wa I desirous of getting them out of the church lhey were asked it they desir ed to have a trial or to peacefully with draw They preferred no father pub licity and their names nave been drop pedThe charges the trial and all the circumstances leading up to the must dent have created an endless amount of talk and more or less excitement in Hawesvlllo The member of thei Methodist church with but few ex ceptions believe impicity in the ins nocense of their pastor Outside of the church public opinion is divided and many people who have Known Joe Sapp since childhood bnve watched his honorable and upright course i I at all times will never believe other than brie statement of the case v An ExplanationIThe committee ot investigation in my case in regard to the charges j made against me has decided that in order to accomplish the best results for myselfand trio church that it is ad visable to refer the matter to the com mittee at Conference to be tried out in lull which decision will be the voice of the church as a body We exceedingly regret that this unfortunate trouble has cometo the com munity especially to the church but we have no fear but that a prefect exam natlon will begiven by this Conference We shall remain in Hawes villa but not as active pastor of the church until Conference B F Lawhern Hancock Clarion Asthma Sufferers Should Know this Follys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were considered hopeless Mrs Adolph lines ing 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes U A severe cola contract ed twelve years ago was neglected un til it finally grew into asthma The best medical skill available could not give me more then temporary relief Foleyn Honey and Tar was recom mended and one fay cent bottle entire- lyI cured me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve years andv if I bad taken it at the start I would have been saved years of sufferingp Sold by A R Fisher An accumulation of debts beyond his means caused Congressman Robert Adams of Pennsylvania to end his lift in a Washington clubhouse A day before he had scored a triumph in the House through the passage of the Diplomatic and Consular Appropria tion Bill which ho apparently hurried j through in order that itmight be dies posed of before he killed himself Feel Impending Doom The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims ofBrigbts the ease and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived trom taking Foleys Kidney Cure It will cure incipient Brigtha disease and diabetes and even In the worst cases gives comfort and relief Sight disorders are cured in a few daysII had diabetes in its worst form writes Marlon Lee of Drjnreath Ind- I tried eight phvsiciaps without rev lief Only three bottles of Foleys KId- ney Cure made mo a well man Sold by A R Fisher Joseph Porter went to Louisville yesterday to have an operation per formed on his eye The doctors have informed him that it would have to bo taken out Mr Porter has been suffer nag sometime with something line a cancer on his tace in close proximity to the left eye This is the direct cause of the operation being performed IMPORTANT TO FRATERNALSOCIETIESJefterreon State Supreme Court en bane today handed down an opinion of Importance to 400000 policy holders ot Miss curl and several million policy holders in fraternal insurance associations througtiont the United States The case was that of Mary Water Knigntsjceived judgement for 5280 in the St Louis Circuit Court for the death of her husband who joined the association In11905 The decision to day reversed this finding The suit 1092aDivision No 1 of the Supremo Court afilimed the decision of the low er court and the case was transferred to the court en bane for a rehearing The suit was under the same law as regular late insurance companies The association forfeited the bbiem her for tailors to mesa a monthly pay ment in August 1001 Wetserman died in January 1002 The plaintiff contended that the monthly payments for SIX vents prior to the forfeiture nad created a reserve In behalf of the bene ficiary to pay for extended insurance beyond the period of death and that the certificate was nonforfei table un rder theutatnte of Missouri which was copied tor the nonforfeiture statue of Massachusetts and adopted by three UnitedsStates Today Judge Fox wrote the opinion which holds that the I defendant is a fraternal society and not liable as a regular life insurance company- It Is stated that this decision is the most important to fratenal societies that as been handed down in many years as the entire plan upon which fraternal societies are organized wasI involved TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tako LAXATIVE DRaMa Quinine Tablet EWThe nest serial story we have ever published wIlt begin soon in our mag azine section The White Company by Sir A Conan Doyle author of thet famous Adventures of Sherlock Holmes which were published serial ly in Colliers weekyuThA White Company is a stirring novel tie sure to get the initial chapter OASTfOElXaRears thi The Kind You Hare Always Boorfi pofEKRON Miss Cora Dowell is at home after making a lengthy visit to relatives in Breokenridge county Mrs B L Mattingly visited her sister Mrs Owing in West Point Wednesday night and made a business trip to Louisville Thursday Miss Nellie Childs arrived home Saturday evening from Bowling Green where she has been attending school for some months Miss Wortham of Big Springs is making a pleasant visit with Miss Pearl Shacklette Mrs Payne and Mrs Sounders of Bran enuf were the guests of Mrs Maude Dowell and Mrs Will Robertson Saturday and Sunday and attended the strawberry supper hares Miss Serf who has been visiting Miss Lania Lee Gndiy sometime left Sunday night for her home In Louis illa The strawberry and ice cream super given by the Ladies Aid here Saturday night was well attended Proceeds 13305 Tney desire to thank the many friends who so willingly assisted themand to thank Mr Mook of Lonisvilh for his plendid singing Mr Will HardIn spent Sunday here visiting the home of Mr and Mrs Charley Stith Miss Ensor of Springfield is spend ing some time here the guest of Miss Pearl Ensor Mr and Mrs Chas Mook and their two sons Charley and Rowland o Louisville viiiited Mr and Mrs W M Frymre Saturday and Sunday and attended the strawberry supper Mr and Mrs Harry Smith of Sal phor Wells visited Dr and Mrs S H Stith Saturday night and spent Sunday with Mr and Mis Joe Smth HARDINSBURG G W Beard left Monday for Hod geuville to attend the District confer cues of the M E church south Miss Tida Mercer was a visitor in Owensboro last week Mrs Blanche Read entertained at OLD AND YOUNG Find in Peruna a Reliable Friend a vain rri 111 MRS HELEN DAWSON AND GRANDCHILD A Grandmother Who Has Used Peruna in Her Family For Years I Mrs Helen Dawson Snyder Tex writes i I believe Peruna to be the best tonic In use for a rundown system or general debility also for all throat and lung trouble ailments i colds I believe and Manalln would cure anything I have used them In my family for years and never have m doctor bjll to pay I know the medicine to be all that Is claimed for It I I recommend It to alt IMr Caleb Conklln Midland Ohio writesAfter studying and watching m grandsons case I can truthfully sa he Is a well boy with no symptoms ot catarrh at all Before taking your treatment ho was constantly clearing his head and throat and gagging The glands of his throat were swollen badly and he was Tory pale Ho is quite a different boy now The rest of us had hoavy colds during the past winter so as to bo laid up for several days but he seamed to bo fortified 42 Tuesdaynvening ii41 honor of her neiue Anita Beard of Louisville Walter Moorman of Los Angeles Cal is here visiting his brother Judge Henry Moorman He is the first HoiueCorningKentnckian Mrs George Wolf of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs Morris H Beard returned to her home Saturday Miss Clara Eskridge attended the County Sunday school convention at Garfield Sunday IMiss Moody of Eminence came Sat urday to attend the Hensley Shaw wedding She is the guest of Miss Lelia McGary Inn Sunday Sonool of the M E church south will obssarve Cbildrens Day on the first Sunday of July Mrs Fred Ferry of Cloverport was the guest of GenI and Mrs D R Murray several days of last week Misse Mattie Reed Margaret and Evenly Beard and Nancy Kinoheloe and Allen Kincheloe and Ernest Harwell were entertained by Mr John Skill man Saturday and Sanday J B Jackson of Tar Fork was in the city Monday on a business trip James R Skillman of Owensboro was in the city Monday A goad rain fell here Sunday Farm ers have been busy setting out tobacco ana a good average crop has been set D S Richardson of Union Star is visiting his daughter Mrs Percy M Beard B F Beara went to Louisville Monday George Cundiff of Louisville is here the acting cashier of the Farmers Bans in the absence of John D Shaw The Rev J W Hughes of Kings wood will deliver a sermon on the sub jectitA Religions Education at the morning service at the M E church South on Sunday Jane 18 Miss Nancy Smith of Fordsvilie was the guest of Miss Sallie Beard last week Mr and Mrs Wilbur Hensley of Owenalmro are the guests of his mother Mrs Lncreta Hensley Gross and John J William of Hart ford will arrive Saturday to visit Hrnest and Arthur Haswell JnoP Haswell Jr was at Central City and Hartford last week on business trip moguinileTah1etsSevMiIoR I Forthe Debility of Old People The Catarrhal Diseases of the Middle AgedThe Coughs and Colds of Children and the Var ious Ailments of lr fantsPeruna Is UseH 171 and Recommended iw and originating from Peruna I against them and they did not affect him more than an ordinary cold IyDr Hartmans treatment He took only a little over two bot ties of Poruna It brought tho color to his cheek almost Immediately and 0 what am appetite For free medical advice address Dr S B Hartman President of the Hart man Sanitarium Columbus Ohio wh will give all letters prompt attention Notice of Election Contest The undersigned citizens and 5 voters of precinct 2 of the Cloverpoi Magisterial District or District 2 d Breokenridge County Kentucky herb Rive notice to all whom it may concern that they have filed in the offic of the olerk of the Breolcenridg County Court a statement and thatI written grounds of contest of the Loca Option Election held in said preoinc on l3atul day May 5th 1000 Given under Tmr hands this the 170 day of May 19l 0 A A Simmons r H L Stader IZ I IBtl I H C Waggoner B E Allen Jno D Baobage J 0 Nolte E F Nolte L A Murray By J S Wortham V G Babbag and Jno P Haswell Jr their attoi netsr Notice of Election Contest The undersigned citizens and leg voters in voting preclnot l oftt Cloverport Magisterial District 3I Breokenridge County Kentucky hei by give notice to all whom it may co tern that they filed in the cleritof the Breckenridge offloelo a statement and their of contest ot the Local Option Elect held in said preclncton Saturday 5th 1000 W H Bowmer tf H L Morton H H Rafferty J O Stephens John F Morton j JA Ross 5 5jMarvel1 jjEjj JByand Jno P Haswell Jrtheir atW neYII Miss Francis Smith of Elizabej HensleyHardinsburg t I J populardidtesXo ToEurope Contest and Miss HeaWsj an enthusiastic candidate in the D ocrats I t To Cure a Cold in One Day rtd J CweCriji I iA Two tIifJ i OAtvary f I L ff ti I t I t iI i j I j 1j j 1 Ii i I E i1A BII Mad Bathnat Non panlt Carl roEdlnE EdlnEl Tennend Knox Penro MemrS1 be lea namebelievt believtact actnwe bidder to w tb paper The greets ewa Hgrt1