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I H 7 1r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWStt = ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTa I I f ttVOL XXX v CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1906 12 Pates NO48 I l dI t orIII IIIfleet nd I- and bo lee at u- S Dr- hart wh ton erpolat hr y con 3 ofc nrldgthe I theLone reoincbe 1ItlS t abbag1 r attoi st id leg of ti- ot 3 i- ty hers slay cot coo ty gro Electj davMi i f 7i Babt eir at SHzabe nBley i Baturdi ilar pi als To- Hene1e the riJi It DI fl- 23Ci MIIIY I lIB BJmmmlifSISm B1J 5ll lifli0T I llr jrS j i BARBECOE AND PICNIC- 1I I TAR SPRINGS JULY 4 1 I Grandest Barbecue and Picnic of the SeasonSMore Money Being Spent for Amusements 1 Host Beautiful Grounds and Gorgeous Scenery t MERRIGOIROUND BRASS BAND t DANCING Fun from morning till morning Dancing day and night Everything to eat Everything to a muse f Soda Water on the Grounds A Great Whirlwind of Joy from start to finish Gates Admission FreeI Open= = E1M Come to this grand barbecue and picnic expecting to enjoy the most delightful day of the year This picnic will surpass all others We are sparing no means to make this event what we claim it will bethe grandest of the season We invite you to come Pate Hallichiy Props3iof if Vj BIDS RECEIVED r sr Coustruction of M ST E R RSmith Co May Get It fr Bids for the construction of the JfiiadlBohvillet Hartford and Eastern ljRailioad wore opened the second time- fatf the office pf Chief Engineer Feagan folonday The following firms or com panlpes submitted propositions Miss our Construction Co Capo Girardeam fo 0 H Dishman 1ensacola Fla Edington GrifflttB Co Knoxville Tenn Ryan Bros Indianapolis lad Walter Wilson Rodes Co Knoxville Tenn Kirkpatrlok tiros Perod Ky O Dt South Co Memphis Tenn Carter Construction QM Iniianapolls Ind Wflllo tho Engineers force will not be ready for 1 few days to give out the game of the successful bidder it is believed that C D Smith Cd of Memphis Tenn will be given the con tract They agree to complete the work in twelve months Home of the eight biddere mentioned will certainly be w daysyl VpaperThe propoaitibna oontainjn time ireemeBts for ooapletloH raAng all jfTtelbtiiartford uontna r PROMINENT FARMERDEtD Garrett Ky June 12Speolal Orley D Richardson died June 7 1000 He was born in March 1837 and married MIss Malissa Richardson in September 1857 To this union was born four children who aro MoH Abert Mrs B J Canico and Mrs 0 L Stith of Cincinnati and he also leaves two sisters Mrs Jim WooJfolk of Brnndenbnrgand Mrs Virg Hardin of Holt and a halfbrother Gus Kioh ardson of Uuston and a halfsister Mrs Julia Clarkson I of Big Spring Mr Richardson united with the Bran denburg Baptist church at the old Highland schoolhouse in 185J and moved his letter to Buck Grove church Mr Richardson was an aotivA mem ber of the Masonic Lodgo at Branden burg until recently old age preventing him He was buried with full honors of thelodge Funeral services conduct ed by Rove B F Hagan and D F Shaoklfltt and remains were laid to rest in Buck Grove cemetery Many floral designs were placed on the grave among them was a lovely ono presented by tile Masons The lodge congregation showed that he was leaving many friends Mr and Mrs Wave Roft were here from Owdnsbdro Sunday 75 BUT NOT TOO OLD tO TELL AGOOD STORY I n j TII011AS3JO- LLYBank At Falls Of Rough A new bank was opened at Falls of Rough June 2nd with W R Cum minfts as cashier Ike Meyer was here Sunday APPRECIATED IN DANVILLE On tie evening of Tuesday a piano reictal was given by the advanced pupils ot Mr Mayer The program was made up of numbers played by Miss Virginia Bradley Miss Lnln Severs and Miss LordttaMannim with two eight hand numbers in which Mr Mayer took the fourth part The recital was throughout on a high plane and reflected great credit on Mr Mayer as well as tho pupils themslves Miss Loretta Mnnnini rendered her numbers vita virility and tempera ment The playing of Miss Margaret Iinla Severs was marked by artistic finish and repose combined with the Intelligent grasp of musical spirit of her selections Li Miss Virginia Bradley are found all the signs of an artist and her progress during the last two years has been noticeably rapid Her interpretation of the classical numbers of Beethoven and Mendelssohn was unusually beautiful but no less so than those of the modern tiiszt and Drorak Danville will no doubt tallow with pride her future career Boyle County Herald T E Matheny inspector for the Gray Tie Co Evansville is here Mr Matheny saya he wants White Oak I Beech and Red Oak ties Uncle Jeff Jol lys Goose Story I have a Chinese goose She laid 80 eggs betore she went to setting I set 0 of the first laid eggs under a cow mon goose March 21 Six of these eggs hatched April 1U I weighed one of the geese April 31 It was then 0 weeks old and weighed 7 pounds Every one will average at least 04 pounds each How is this for nigh weight They are lighters and Mrs Jolly says that when she feeds them they not only whip all the chickens off but also the old 0 pound turkey gobbler- Respeutfully Tbos J Jolly Bewleyville Ky Jane 2 Crops Cut Short By Drouth Bewleyville Ky June 128pec- ialWheat oats and meadows are badly cut short by the droath A full crop of tobacco was set out June 1 and SJ The hail injured garden atjuff some and the rain washed the grounds con siderably and made ponds in all the basins Walter Estus has returned home BIG SHOW IS COMING wiltIcording to their statements the boat is the largest floating theater in the world having been just recently oon struoted Tnis is its first season out The interior of the boat is said to be far away and above that of any show boat now on the waters the seating capacity being larger and superior to those of its floating contemporaries The boat is said to have a very tine electrical plant Cooley Hagan say the bill they have is giving satisfaction it being made up of high salaried people The shows band and orchestra are said to be good and the management promises the usual free open air concerts morn- Ing and evening Big SundaySchool The Owensboro Messenger contained Sunday an excellant out of the Third Baptist church Sunday School of Owensboro This is the largest Sun day school in the state On last Sun dayJune 3 8103 persons were present Mrs Ike Meyer went to Louisville Monday She will remain there a short time then will go to Western Ken tacky to reside L111 Se J f j I t it t t 1 S i 1i i II i 4fi Ww3 r r Ilr IT J I 1 I Tr- iffS f 1 L I IJ ti us supply you with lumber ties or logs Our business extends over the of Brecken IJ county and we can serve you and iti the prices Let us bid on your lumber bill 1 11 J1J- 1I y t L == = = = = = rr NARROW ESCAPE IN San Cal May 4 1000 Mr G A Dear Brother 1 have passed the terrible earthnuake and tile with but a tew slight 1 lost all of uiy property saved my and tbat was all I had two trunks and some sheets filial with things I wanted to keep I thorn the streets as dui ninny others Ones in a while sown one would give out and leave his trunk und go on to save his lite trom the terrible flames A wagon would cost 2li or R3O to move you and then maybe the things would burn Lots of people woald pay big prices to hare thou things moved and then they would barn aa tuoy knew not to where the tire would burn I have tow another Hat fothreo rooms two blocks np the same Avenue The fire only burned three doors past me but of course I didnt know that then so I did the best I could I got lost from Ray our lugI the fire hut have heard he is in Napa a little town about CO miles from beie I should have written sooner bat get paper I will try to tell you about the I was sitt lug in the otlice of the hotel a paper I folt the house begin to tremble and knew it was an earth quake It kept worse The brick begun to fall off the top ot ho house the skylight above the office I got up cltse to a big post and held DIY coat and arms above my head to keep the brick from my head I got tuy hands and arms eon eiderably and then the big water tank bursted on tho roof and began down throng the house with the bricK and limo I gness you will say why didnt I inn out of the house t I did start and before I got to the door the front of tho house fell into the street When I did get out O the street was full of electric wires flash Jug and the street horses running people in the streets jn their night robes and some almost CASIORIA For and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I In- Use For Over f Thirty Years I CASIORIATea Lumber Staves Ties Logs i m n 11tLet whole ridge promptly 1at lowest possible Anext ADKISSON BROS HARDINSBURG KYlV A News Want Ad works while you sleep FRISCO Pranciflo Wright through injuries clothing packed drHUged through couldnt earthquake reading getting through bruised pouring popping against Infants without robea Women under fallen buildings screaming for help and mercy Then I ran home to see about Lillian I was covered ith lime from the brick and as wet as I could be Then the awful lire started and named people that were fastened under build nga I cannot describe thA tire You cant ainagme how awful it was So I wont try to explain Hem v Wright Thousands annually bear witness to the efficiency ot Early Risers These pleasant reliable little pills have long borne a reputation second to none as a laxative and cathartic Toy are as staple as bread in millions of homes Pleasant but effective Will promptly relieve constipation wihout griping Sold by all druggists 300 S S PUPILS 600 CHURCH MEMBERS According to a statement wadA by Rev B M Carrie there are 800 white Protestant Sunday school pupils and GOO white Protestant church members in LJoverport Smoking in a Powder MagazineI Is courting death more suddenly but not more surely than neglecting kidney disorders Foleyri Kidney care will cure a slight disorder in a few days and its continued use will care the most ooatinate cases It has cured convention in Philadelphia in October 1 007 Best Country Paper LaFayette InJ May 28Mt J D Babbage Dear SirPlease change the address of my paper from Bedford Ind to 1522 North lath St LaFayette tad We can not do without the paper it is like a letter from home It is the best country paper I ever saw any place Wishing you and your paper a prosperous year I am i RespectfullyT Dr Taylor representing Taylor Keene dentists has returned to Owenaboro after a weeks engagement here A THE WHITE COMPANY Conan Doyles Book to Run Serially in the News Magazine Conan Doyle studied two years and read over a hundred Historical volumes to get his material forliThe White Company and the book really sac ceeds in transporting the reader right back into the olden days of the Black Prince and the noblest of Englands e Edwardsthe day of chivalry and Knightly venture when English priu cesknigbts and lusty menatarms and acrotsISpain Our Maaazine Section will print this absorbing story beginning next weekuTne White Company is the seal to Sir Nigel the story for which Conan Doyle received 2500000 lu Alemorlam Mr and Mrs Joe Blvens little laughter died last Saturday morning May 10 aged one year ten months and ten days She leaves a father mother brother and three sisters to mourn her loss Little Tresle was only whatfa lovely sleepingIAt the rulings of our God Fond mother father dear brother and sisters Weep not for me though Not dead but gone before How sweet should fall the sounds Upon the ear of the bereavea sues Yes little Tresie has gone To the realms of the blessed She is forever free from the sorrow And affliction of this world For a white robed aneel now phe dwells With God in Heaven forever more I Aunt Agnes Former Citizens of Hopkins County Will confer a great favor npon the executive committee appointed for Home Coming week June 20 and 21 1000 by sending their own names sad postofflce address an well as those of others whom they way know no matter where their locution may be Address without delay v 0 C Givens Chairman Mudisonville Ky of Frank Rash Earhngton Ky Raising Sheep For Mutton Raising sheep for mutton or shear ing them for wool There ate dollars to be made either way by fames with patiencn common sense and a good handbook We recommend the Biggie Sheep IJOOK advertised in an other column of this issue it is by Jacob Biggie widely known as a writer on all agricultural matters and to read it over is to go along way toward Doing sheepwise A practical book by a practical man with many suggestions by the best breeders in the country Price is 00 cents rree by mall address the publishers Winner Atkinson Co Philadelphia GENERAL BAPTIST ASSOCIATION RICHMOND KENTUCKY On account of the General AssoCfa tion of Kentucky Baptists the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets form stations on the line in Kentucky to Richmond on June 24 and 25 with final retarnjimit of July 5th IfluO at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip The Southern Railway has two trains daily for Richmond in connection with the L N R R from Versailles It is expected that all of the Baptist Delegation will leave Louisville at 880 P M June 20th reaching Richmond at 805 P M same dato If desired this train can be taken at Fourth Avenue at350 P MThis party will bp joinedby Baptists from Shelby ville Lawrenceburg and other points enronte Jt is expected that the party will bo snfticontly large so that arrangements can be made to run coaches through from Louisville to Richmond without change This train will loave Loaisville at 830P M is a daily train Morning train leaves Louisville at 080 A M dally reaching Richmond at 1115 A M A number of Baptists from Owens boro and other points in the western part of the State will also join the party leaving Louisville on the 2ttn- Tiuets and additional information can be secured bv calling on A R Cook 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky 0 H Hungefford D P A Fourth Ave Louisville Kyor any agent of the Southern Railway CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 6ignaturo o t4r m l of Valuable Zonea of Silence There has come into modern life a greater variety of sound and a greater volume than assailed the ears of our ancestors To keep ones freshness there ought to be a zone of silence around every hunfan being during some part of the day The finest creative work Is done as a rule lu seclusion not necessarily apart from men nor in solitary places but away from the tu mult and away from distracting sounds There was organized in Paris years ago a society for the culture of silence On tho occasion of the Initia tion ofLa distinguished man of letters a bowl of water was brought out to him in a room where he was waiting in solitude He studied it a moment placed a rose upon it and sent It back The water boro the rose without over flowing To tho members assembled in another room the act was the most convincing evidence that the Initiate comprehended the purpose of the fel lowshlp and was prepared in spirit to become one of the company The act was a symbol which Americans may wisely studyGood Health EiiKllnh Hallway and Fog It is seldom that there Is a sufficient ly heavy fog on an American railway to cause serious Inconvenience that no special precautions are taken but In Englan a heavy fog Is so common that there Is a regular service made up of the repair gangs who take the place of the mechanical signals Every dis tance signal is guarded by a signal man who Is supplied with flags and torpedoes the latter being called detonators while tho signal men are pointsmen Two torpedoes are placed on the track to warn the engineer when the signal Is set at danger and are Sup plemented by a red lantern In the hands of the signal man As the tor pedoes cost a cent and a half each and are used in great numbers there Is a machine supplied by which the second torpedo Is forced from the rail by the force of the explosion of the first as only one is necessary tho second being merely a precaution The Chow Dog The chow the solemn black tongued dog which comes from China is the London Chronicle thinks the Ideal city dog It says Ho never barks unless there is something serious to bark at You open the door and the dog march es out with flue solemnity This writ ers chow has a range of about ten square miles and he has never hurt a baby though he has gathered Innumer able friends during his solemn march through London Ho never loses his head and his morning walks embrace Chelsea Putney and the sacred pro ducts of the Brompton oratory In deed he once followed a bicycle to Ilemlon and found his way back with in fortyeight hours with an honorably empty stomach Tho unaccompanied chow is the very least of the nuisances of the London streets Artificial Money The honey had some foreign sub stance in Itthe leg of a bee and a shred of broken wing Well said the wife of the food ex pert this Is pure at any rate She held up the bits of bee on a fork before her husband Xo benzole acid formaldehyde boric acid or salicylic acid here eh John But John the food expert laughed scornfully Those bits of bee in the honey he salt Provo Its artificiality Genuine honey never has dead bees In It They who make genuine honey are too clean and careful for anything of I that kind to happen It Is as rare to find In real1 honey a bees wing or a bees leg as It Is to find In a loaf of bread a bakers hand or foot i nnKKliiK the Grape Immediately after tho grapes have blossomed cover the bunches with two or three pound manila grocers bags according to the size of tho variety This Is preeminently a fruit garden method although commercial growers often use it It Is the surest and often the most practical way of securing per feet bunches Tie or pin the mouth of the bag firmly leave no opening to catch water Cut a small piece oft tho lower corner of the bag so that no water will stay In It Leave the bag on until the fruit Is ready to pick Garden Magazine Literary Coincidence Resemblance docs not always mean plagiarism There was no plagiarism certainly In Newmans line The night Is dark and I am far 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SAPPHIRE COUNTRY- A natural paradise whore human ills find quick reliefreached direct by tho I Southern Railway Asheville is located on a superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone i The official Government record of the climate of Western j North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives thor following average Spring 534 F Summer 7072 F i Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With u mean for tho whole year of 5415 Fanda mean elative humidity of but 65 percent V i For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cent stamp to I C H HUNGERF RD tfDistrict Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass gtn LEXINGTON W GEO B ALLEN A st Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS I C r fJ r cr i P Y I i iI t 117 e lt 1 i I f 11tr 11o p ecof 0i01pJ sl- Jot ww Ion WI sit to tddoo tlo shtwII wlto totra tmthh soil thtiSy Sirs gab the 11 itsthe l 4n noIgi- etlo ungt na ISW Wit xtef fogI P i I o trhtyvc Ira scrit inter 10 w- l Ofi- tsb o cQ rIIbefrt iiiit rmlyli ylin dry Proee lull F- rs awt pr b gmahty are eft 11- II T S I 1 U 0r 0 5- Ld rfo I HAY DOORS Way of HnnKlnir Gable Doors For the Hayfork There aro several ways of hanging gable doors or the hayfork and among a number Illustrated anti described by Country Gentleman are the following Where the hay Is removed from the load with slings the door must have a width nearly equal to that of the load Itself and In tho diagrams the door U represented as eleven feet wide by eleven feet high To make perfectly sure that tho loaded fork or sling clears with the coarsest hay the door Is safer made 12 by 12 feet where the dimen slona of tho barn will permit of this In Fig 1 Is represented the gable door hinged at the bottom so as to open outward and downward In this HINGED DOOR I typo of door It Is necessary for closIing tho door to provide a rope passing over a pulley In the gable In orderII to make the door as small And light as possible a window which may be clos II ed If desired with a pair of small doors I opening In for the outdoor extensionI I of tho carrier support and provided This arrangement allows a shorter door to bo used than would otherwise be necessary I thtlmannorweights so that it falls nUll rises in a guldcwoy built to the end of the bant joutsider V The type of door shown in Fig 2 Is made In two sections rolling In oppo GQ directions on a foot track secured to the outside of the barn In order td provide sufficient slkleway for the doors a slot Is left In the end projec tlon of the roof and the dotted lines show where the doors stand when open wide These doors might also be made to roll aside hung from nn overhead track It Is further possible to make this type of door in narrower sections so that one section rolls past the other thus necessitating less length of slide Tvaf Such a modification would be de sirable only where the width of the gable was sufficient to make slots in the roof unnecessary Where tho barn has a hip root and Its width Is thirtyeight or more feet the doors may be made to roll aside OB noiicra DOORS n overhead track as represented in lg 3 where the door is made in two actions These doors could also boI unit on side hinges and made to swing ut So too could they be made ton aside on the Inside of the barn K iIs were thought to be more desirable Where tho barn has a width of thIrty x feet or less the doors may be made fold In two Or more folds and thII I Vig may be accomplished by meansII i Jjges or tho sections may bo mountII rK roll past one another on eithertIt erhead or on foot tracks I A Cooling Spray i would say that I practice several lys of hiving swarins but will only scribe ono Ji4pi If the swarm has Uttered onlJIy outer edge of someii je where iIf only necessitates tho cut p pf atnin fifteen I prefer this planII 1ldbd of course they are wIthin ion of my ladder I have found it to I an excellent plan and consequently b practiced It for many years to L py a swarm lightly with cold wa I jbeforo hiving Water seems to be y refreshing and soothing to tho m during tho heat of the day be B the aadedj heat of the excltedII rmlug feyer and will often caiteo 1H to remain hanging until even I Ivhen It Is more convenient to hive I Cor American Cultivator i ft Accommodating Cmii fr ntiy I advised the use of redtop dry high land and am reminded i Professor Shaw claims that zed Iocs not dqwell on a poor high and JhlllBldte That Is true enough in a Few grasses can do their heel III- r such conditions But we have t iwrVJbat redtop will stand more II nrI ntlD thy It does so well a i vet land that many assumed- grass was fitted only for such but it does comparatively well on fhty land and 9H180 tInto a ijjre for seeding land iliatsutrers 1- ltrom I drought Alv Afce IB I jl Stockman I 1 1s i IN TRIGT CONFIDENCE 1 Women Obtain Mrs Pinkhams I Advice and Help the ZlM Guided Thousand to Health How Lydla E Plakhami Vegetable Compound Cured Mr Alice Berryhlll It IIs a great satisfaction for a woman to feel that she can write telUngher vate and confidential details about her illness and know that her let ter will bo seen by M11 AIBcrrh11 a onlyMany of cases of female I diseases come be fore Mrs Pinkham every year some personally others by mail Mrs Pink ham is the daughterinlaw Lydia E Pinkham and for twentyfive years under her direction and since her de zease she has been advising sick women free of charge Mrs Pinkham never violates the confidence of women and every testimon t ial letter published is done so with I theImay be benefited as she has been I BoyceStreetI Dear Mrs Pinkham I Three years ago life looked dark to me C had ulceration and inflammation of the female organs and was in a serious conditionI My health was completely broken down opIr told him I would have no operation but VegetableCompound lIt but I sent for the medicine that same day avoItimeI fine I have induced several friends and neighbors to take It and I know more than a dozen who hail female troubles and who today are as well VegotableIJust as surely as Mrs Berryhill was Vegetable suffering from any form of female Ills If you are sick write Mrs Pinkham helpfulMlcrnxcoiilc AVrltlnR Thackeray could write the Lords Prayer on a sixpence which Is the size of a dime but it is now possible to write the prayer on a surface so small that one grain of sand would bide It completely Mlcroscoplsts sell zoples of time Lords Prayer written In i circle only the fivehundredth part of an Inch In diameter To read the prayer It Is necessary to use a lens magnifying 500 times Writing so In- credIbly small Is accomplished by means of levers six feet long These llOvers are so adjusted that tho motion is gradually lessened as it travels along them till when it reaches the delicate end armed with a minute dIn mond pen that rests on n glass surface It causes the pen to register on thoIglass writing so small as to be 1I1lslI oleXew Orleans rImesDemocratI A HrltUIi 111 under There is an old story of the foreIgn office in connection with the small French colony of Chandernagore This tiny possession is situated on the looghly twentyone miles from Cal utta It extends two miles along the river and one and n halt miles Inland from It During our wars with France time settlement was taken and added to our dependency but when terms of peace were arranged our minister of foreign affairs In total Ignorance of ts position and of the Importance of Its retention agreed to its being restored to France It turned out that BO thought It was n small Island In the West Indies and of no conse juence Westminster Gazettee Cinderella of the Cnnnry IslandsHIcrros can hardly be called al icrugu nominally entitled one of theefortunate Isles It Is the Cinderella lr the Canary group and In its south westerly isolation may bo said to live on fog But for the mists that drench Its shores the little Island Vould die of thirst and no vegetables could be sent to market Its western promontory ll- Debas once enjoyed celebrity as the pot through which was drawn the drst universal meridian DIcBNlnRi of Work Thank God every morning when you lot up that you have something to do hat day which must bo done whether fo6like it or not Being forced to York and forced to do your best will treed In you temperance self controli llllgonce strength of will content and i hundred virtues which the idle will sever know Charles KIngsley niiIne Education Nothing will stand you In better lead In the bard cold practical every ray world than a good sound business ducatlon You will find that our sue t toss in trade occupation or professions will depend as much on your general i knowledge of men and affairs as ono our technical training Success Mag i zlne More ImportantJJ Well May doesnt seem so quick to eny her ago now as she Used to be- Be11No Shes got very stout lately fellWhat has that got tod9 withg It BellIt takes Tall her tithe now toleny her weight Philadelphia Ledgerr Olden Time Why do you say olden times ask dt JJttlp girl who had been lieniugg10 a Bible utbry Times aro soblI1 keller now than the1wereln- haM clays p iI J I PUZZLED THE SHARPS STORY OF THE CLEVEREST OF ALL THE COUNTERFEITERS The TnylorIIredcll Crowd Originat ed n Scheme flint llftfllcd the Secret Service Mutt For Yearn They Even Made Counterfeit In Jail The men who make Uncle Sams treasury notes sometimes achieve won ders In the way of finished workman ship Yet any experienced secret service man will tell you that the counterfeiters device Is a surprisingly simple one In most Instances and In what IM perhaps time most famous ot all cases of this kind the TaylorBredell case In Philadelphia In 189007 an apt Illustra tion Is found of this fiLet That case was run down by Chief John E Wllke of the secret service and his men until time two arch conspirators were safely In Jail and htlll the counterfeiting con tinued The crowning feature of the whole story came when It appeared that Taylor and Brcdcll actually counterfeited twenty dollar bills lu the Phil adelphia jail and sent them by Taylor brother as a confederate to be worked oft on the outside That they could do this Is one thing which secret service men will point to when they say that counterfeiting Is really an amazingly simple undertaking Yet Arthur Taylor anti Baldwin S Bredell expert engravers and chemists of no mean ability hit upon a device for duplicating the currency of the laud that marked a new epoch in tim history of counterfeiting In this country In the middle nineties at the Philadelphia subtreasury one day there turned up a Monroe hundred dollar bill on which the red seal on the face appeared to be altogether too light In color Otherwise the bill was to all intents and purposes perfect But it wouldnt go through with the light red seal and It was sent to Washington for examination There tim government experts took it sub mitted It face and reverse to every known test without being able to de tect through any of the recognized symptoms the counterfeit anti final ly as the last resort split it to find to their great astonishment that the Mou roe 100 was as a matter of fact tho hulls of two one dollar bills which hall been split as one SIlIts a hIt of birch bark and pasted together again Many thrcs before had split bills Leon discovered by the deportment but almost Invariably the workman shIll on the face and back hall borne some defect that gave away time coun- terfeIt Immediately In this bill how ever no such defects were traceable Time myriad lines which the geometric tttho hail apparently put in tilt border About the figures and the printing were so near like time lines which bonn tide tithes had put Iu time borders of hon pst currency that no clew was offer L even on n second and third Inspection to the nature of the new counterfeit TIme letters themselves and the general printing work on the bill measured up with time letters mimi lImes on the original to the last fraction of rt milli meter Time portrait was n perfect re production and generally speaking the bill was as near time real thing as it could possibly htall but the red seal that wasnt dark enough So they started 4 up In Philadelphia time most notable counterfeiting hunt of the cenItury anti when a warning hall JlecnI sent to all banks mill other large han Jlcrs of money and to tIme subtreasu Ties throughout the country l1rlouI other Monroe hundred dollar bills turned up with the light red soul In time corner Several of them were traced to a well known race track and finally a mann named Taylor who generally iade mill paid his debts by hundreds came under suspicion Yet time princi pals In the case could not be penned down and it was evident that this Taylor who passed the money was sim ply a subordinate in the gigantic swill tile So the government men bided their time But they took Arthur Taylor n broth r of the race track spender and his associate Baldwin S Bredell under- urveillance Mouths passed The newspapers which had taken up the IIMe at first dropped it and so far as any one knew time mystery of the Monroe 100 was in a fait way to go down In history unsolved Chief WllkleR men however never for a minute lost sight of Arthur Taylor nUll Baldwin Bredell and finally they fol lowed them on n trip to Lancaster Pa where they hind a conference with the firm of Jacobs Kendlg cigar uiiuiu focturers As a result the revenue stamps that went on the Jacobs Kendlg cigar boxes were rather care fully examined by time secret service men and the arrest of everybody con cerned including Taylor Bredell the Igar manufacturers exAssistant DIs- trict i Attorney Ingam of Philadelphia ntl a Philadelphia lawyer named New Itt followed Ono thing that puzzled the govern ment sleuths even after the arrests was the fact that the counterfeiters appeared to have no very extensive plant Plates were found of the Mona oe hundred dollar bill and also of a Lincoln fifty dollar bill so perfect that time government thanked their that none of them had been put Into circulation Various preparations f acids wer discovered also but noth- Ing to explain how the remarkably ac curate reproduction of the engraving could have been brought about Final ly A E Francis an expert In photo engraving who bad worked with the gov ernment men before was called Into the case and as a result of his Investi s ation a theory was formulated that together throughout the trial and- esulted In the conviction of Taylor and BredelJ Francis discovered that the men had tt- preparation which would remove the reen Ink froc the reverse of a new ill This explained how they got the t a ton WhiCh their counterfeits Were nnne ror Having wasned out the I acks of two bills It Vas possible to split them and put the two clean halves together so as to escape any ordinary attempt at detection Time counterfeiters were then supplied with the governments own paper on which to work anti the presence of the red and blue and green hairs In time woof of It intended to act as a safeguard against the very thing they were doing be came their greatest protection The next thing was making the plate and it was this that had puzzled the secret service men worst Francis fig ured out however that if an ordinary copper plate were sensitized by the common photographic process it was tIle simplest thing in the world to ap ply to it onehalf of a split bill with the engravflig down toward tIme plate When this had been exposed to tin sunlight for a sulilclctit time that por thou of the plate which did not tail beneath tho lines of tIme engraving be como hardened while the Ink on the bill left n myriad of lines exactly fol lowing those which the government geometric lathe hind made In the gen uine certificate It remained now only for the counterfeiter to put the plate in n batli anti allow the acid to eat its way Into time copper surface in an exact reproduction of the original neg ative When this was done it was the easiest timing in the world for an expert engraver to touch up time plate wher ever that might be necessary and with a supply of the necessary inks every thing was ready for the printing Taylor and Bredell were convicted but before they could be shipped off to state prison they were held In the Philadelphia jail with a view to get ting them to testify against Ingam antI Xewitt who had acted as their legal advisers It was represented to them also that if they disclosed the whereabouts of any more plates recom mendations of a commutation of sentence might be made by the secret service olllclnls who would thus be re lieved of the worry of running down additional counterfeits In this shape the matter stood for several weeks un til out at the race track where the orig inal Monroe hundred dollar bill had appeared there turned up a new coun terfeit twenty dollar bill that fell short only In tim shuttle of the ink used In printing it This like the Monroe hundred dollar hill was traced to Arthur Taylors brother and when ho was arrested for It had been thought wiseI not to take him in on the original roundup Taylor and Bredell confessed that they hail actually been counter felting the twenty dollar bill while they were In the detention section of the Philadelphia jail waiting to appear as witnesses against Ingam and New Itt The process was much the sumo as haul been used In time first instance except that Tayl6r who had been figur ing all the time to discover n washing solution thnt would remove time black Ink from time face of n bill as well as time green Ink from the bitch of It final Ily lilt upon n formula that would ac complish this desired result As ho was communed In the detention section it was possible for Ills brother to visit him mill from night to night Taylor figured on ils chemical formula and sent the symbols representing It out by his brother on slips of paper to be compounded at a chemists Test mitt er test was made of the fluid that the brother smuggled buck In little vials until the final result was reached Then It was only necessary to make n plate by time old process and print on a hand press so small that Taylor was able to caivy it around In his pocket tho jail mantle twenty dollar counterfeits Taylor and Bredell confessed after ward that their intention In getting up this new series of bills was In time he gtnnjng merely to get uph a plate which they might turn over to time secret service men In consideration for a com mutation of sentence but when time bill Itself turned out so Well the temptation to spend n tow of them became too great to resist and time brother took up the old trick of passing them off at the race tracks Taylor and Bredell went to prison So did Ingam and Newltt New York Times A Grecian Monastery A traveler in Greece tells how betook shelter during a snowstorm IU the mountains within an Isolated monastery called Our Lady of the Defile We looked and felt like scarecrows The monks piled high the wood fire in the guest chamber and served us with coffee and the liquor called mastlcha Klcolul our boy guide would not par take lie stood In the doorway far from tho fire smiling Once he laughed outright I was seated upon n couch supported by what I imagined to be a heap of skins Suddenly they moved and n corpulent black bearded monk slowly rose from beneath me rubbed his sleep dazed eyes and started around Then ho placed his hands dolefully upon his stomach sighed and asked a question of which tho Interpretation i wits I am ill Is there a doctor here I offered him u cigarette nd when I added a quinine tabloid he sighed again and said You place a- tburden of gratitude upon my shoul t tiers which nil the years of my life will be too short to removes What Van TakIng Him A Catholic priest of an eastern city Is tad of telling a story at his own expense I was coming out of church one day he says and directly In front of me were two old women who did not know that I was within ear hot And did ye know Mrs 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can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt do you wish to Know more about write copies of our TCXUK mind books They are frrr i OklulJolilIIHILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Louis L i T SUMMER THIS SUMMER IN COLORADO Mnny people put aside nil thought of nn outing Colorado bccnufe they are accustomed to consider this greatest of American playgrounds ns of those impossible things beyond their means Time when visit the top of the Continent was jrrent luxury in price ns in altitude but not so today can spend the Surnmcr or part of the Summer Colorado and live ar reasonably you do home and the quirk service and low tourist and excursion rates afforded via Rock Island lines bring the Rockies within easy reach Our booklets and folders give the whole story Good hog It Is related by Professor Bell that when n friend of his was traveling broad he one morning took out his purse to see It contained sulllclent change tOI n dna ho Intended making He departed from his Iodg Ings Ileaving u trusted dog behind When he dined he took out his purse to pay and found lie hud lost n gold coin from On returning home In the evening his servant Informed him that time dog seemed very 111 as they could not Induce him to oat anything lie went once to his favorite and as oon ns he entered the room tho faith ful creature ran to him deposited the gold at his feet and then devoured the food placed for him with great eagerndss The truth was that tho gentleman had dropped the cold In tho morning The dog had picked it up arid kept It In his mouth fearing even to eat lest he should lose his masters property before an opportunity was at forded him to restore It Chambers Journal Origin of Crocent Dread The origin the Viennese bread shiaped like a crescent which Is found Inmost places on the continent elates back to the time when the Austrian p j Jf I I one from the principal v shopping district and two from jt the principal theatres ffj Street cars the door all parts 5jj of the J I it f You you 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Louisville ADDIKTODSIB HAIJUACIH There is a fine stand of corn and tobacco and it is all growing nicely Wheat harvest is in full blast and a much better crop than was expected Cleanliness isi next to Godli ness and applies to a city as well as an individual r The Democrats of Louisville are urging James E Stone to become a candidate for clerk of the Court bf Appeals The contest over the whiskey election in this city has been con tinued until the 25th of this month There seems to be but one opinion in regard to the outcome and that is that the local option people will win out In that event the grand jury will get mighty busy along about October next Win J Bryan sdead sure winner for the Democratic nomi nation for President in 1908 Everything points in that direc tion A number of states in which Democratic conventions have been held have declared for Bryan as their leader Bryan will return Jrom his trip aronnd the world in August and a great ova tion will be tendered him by the Democracy of the country Flay ing dropped oil of his Populistic ideas and that party having gone dead in Nebraska and throughout the country Bryans position as a leader anda political organizer naturally changes Ho is the cen tral figure now in the Democratic camp and he is looked to as one to lead them out of the wilderness Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Fill a bottle or common OutIwater and let It stand twentyfour hoam a book sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen it Is evidence of kidney trouble too desire to pass or pain In the back is bladder orderWhat to Do There IIs comfort In the knowledge so SwampRooteverywishthebackpartofInabllllytoor bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant oftenduringduring the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a 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tittll W H BowMEn President A B KILLMAN Cashier F L LionxroOT VicePresident CIUB SKILLMAN AsatCasble The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGfe BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment A Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited y I T 6 I I I sly G D01on onco coId Id0r 0rn 0rtl I 3P 3 I JJ I I t i tf r ofur ItIn InsU sUtIu pit imcol lilt or t otl Sal sol rIdCl 1rSlQ CAlaw awpIa the Ifhatq we II 1 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1906 PAKT TWu mH I 1I 1- al el aooi ar ooion onI0 dIs dl 1 a d 1bi biI I R- nI I i1t 1o 1r rcd the 365 1 163 828IiIe tt H CAUGHT MONSTER FISH llADY ANGLER LANDED BIG JRW FISH OFF SANTA CATALINA ISLAND CALIFORNIA Finny Monsters of Three Hundred Pounds and Upwards are Now Caught With Rod and ReelJew fish a Gamey Fellow Women who enjoy angling and Intact everybody who likes to hunt and fish will be Interested in tho exploit with rod and reel of Mrs A W Bar rett of Los Angeles Cal Tho fish in tho case was a black sea bass or Jew fish of the Pacific Ocean weight 3C8 pounds caught oft Santa Catalina Isl and Cal last month by Mrs Barrett after 63 minutes of strenuous battle Tho black sea boss of the Pacific one of tho gamiest of its kinds in season on tho Southern California coast from about April to November and affords favorite sport to anglers of both sexes Owing to its great size it cannot of course bo pulled with rod and line into the boat so after one is hooked the plan is to play it and tire it out and then as it comes exhausted to the surface of the water alongside the boat the boatman thrusts his gaff into it and tows the conquered levia than ashore Up to twelve years ago no one dreamed of landing these monsters of the deep except with heavy hand lines but since General C D Viele U S A one summer day in 1894 managed to secure one with rod and reel no true angler thinks of fishing for them in another way than with a rod A wellknown fisherman In describ ing his experience with this fish In the Nature Library states that he has seen a 200 pound black sea bass or Jewfish snap the largest shark line like a thread and large specimens straighten out an iron shark hook while at the same time skilled wielders of the rod latch these giants of the tribe with a line no larger than nn eyeglass cord His first experience with the Cali fornia jewfish was a most remarkable one When we got out to the fishing ground he stated the anchor was tossed over the rope ran merrily out and the hook baited with a Gpound whitefish went hissing down to the big submerged rock = Sometimes he bite sometimes he dont remarked Joe but whether he do or not we have lEe filhln all the same And he looked at me inquir ingly to see if I was of that variety of fishermen who are never satisfied unless the fish aro always on the line It BO happened that I found pleasure in the mere anticipation and we sat silent for half an hour I holding the throbbing line that the ebbing tide played upon as the string of a musical Instrument I glanced at my companion and was wondering if In his veins ran the blood of the Aztecs or of the Indians whom CabrlHo and others found here centuries ago when Santa Catalina was an empire in itself and owned by them when sud denly I became aware that we tension of the line I held had Increased tto a steady pull then came a jerk that L carried my band into the water Jew sh surel whispered Joe awakened from his reverie by my ex lamatlonSlackl I paid out the line while he seized the anchorlino and made ready to haul up a- ew t Give bim feet and th hooks were my orders t t I I was an old shark fisherman ham ing caught many of these monsters 1In- tbe Mexican Gulf and had taken a Florida Jewflsh and a tarpon and 1I saw that work of a similar kind was before me now The line Jerked heavily In my hand then began to run steadily When about G feet had gone over the gunwale i stopped gave a glance at the coil to see that all wag clear und when the line came taut Jerked the hook into my first jewfish I have every reason to believe that the latter was astonished us for a single second there was no response then came a Jerk that almost lifted me from the bout and the line went hiss ing over the rail like a living thing playing a merry hornApe of its ovn composition Nothing could stop such a r ish and I simply waited while Joe pulled up the anchor When the latter was in I grasped the line and braced back tor the tight The light boat whirled around like a top and away we went like a tug surging through Jic water an ominous wave of foam rising high around tho bow A 10foot shark never pulled harder than this gamey fish and for 5 minutes It was a question who was master I took It In with the greatest difficulty gaining 10 feet only to have the fish rush toward me and then dash away with an Impetus that was more than Irresistible Then I would stop him again slowly making foot by foot hand over hand taking a turn on the cleat slacking and pulling in attempts to tire the monster tactics that for a while were of no avail One of the tricks of this fish was to stop aid Jerk his head from side to side violently a proceeding that pro strikingblowsmendous Jerks that came one two three then one two threeIthen the line would slacken as the fish rushed up And If I took the line in quickly enough to prevent a turn well and good if I did not the fish would turn and dash nt the bottom making everything hum and sing Giving and taking hauling and eas ing off for 20 minutes I was almost satisfied that I hind done my whole duty In the premises when suddenly the fish rushed up and recov ring I took in slack and with a final effort brought the black giant to the surface For a moment I saw a pair of eyes as large as those of an ox a rich chest nut black and then with a tremendous heave the fish threw Itself over deluging me with water and half cap sizing the boat It was the last struggle I kept my hold and with anotber haul had the king of Pacific coast at hands leugth where it rollcu GIANT JEWFISH CAUGHT BY MRS BARRETT 10 and tossed Its huge tail bathing us with spray protesting against its cap tureWhat a wonderful creature it was The experience of the moment the sensations could not have been pur chased It was worth going a long way to accomplish Imagine you casters of the blackbass fly a small mouthed black bass lengthened out to six feet bulky in proportion a giant black bass one increased to a size that tips the scales at 347 pounds Imagine this and you hove the Jew fish black seabass of the Pacific coasta noble fish a gaincy fellow It has always been doubted that a large Jewfish could bo taken on a rod but during the summer of W I went to the jewfish grounds one August day with Major Charles Viele of the United States army and watched him bring a jewfish of IbS pounds weight to terms on a Tufts LlyonyeHowtall rod of 10 ounces and a No 21 Gutty hunk IJrie injust 2XCjuourBjr CANNON AT SEVENTY A GREAT ADO MADE OVER THE ANNIVERSARY OF UNCLE JOES BIRTHDAY Greeted With Hearty Applause on the Moor of the House and Honor ed With Reception Which all Official Washington Society Attended There were great doings In Wash ington town last month when Unclo Joe Cannon the Czar of the House of Representatives reached his seven tieth year In the first place n great storm of chwjrs greeted the Speaker when he appeared on the floor of the House Both Republican nnd Democratic members applauded the Illinois states man long and loud Mr Cannon ac knowledging the salutation with a homely bow ashingtonhonoredtendered him by the House of Repre sentatives where some 1500 guests were invited That the passage of 1 1UNCLE JOE CANNON time was not worrying Uncle Toe was manifested by the hearty handclasps Uth which ho greeted his friends as yell as the salutations extended to hose who confused years with age Uncle Joe was seventy years young President Roosevelt Joined in the ovation offering the Speaker his hearty congratulations not because ho was getting old but because he was doing it gracefully Mr Cannon did two things which might worry many a younger man First he hadto sign something over a thousand photo graphs of himself which were glen to the guests as souvenirs and again be shook hands with the guests upon re ceiving an equal number of personal congratulationsThere many sly digs and re marks regarding the buzzing of tho presidential bee around Mr Cannon head and one of the throng remarked at the close of the reception Any man who can stand and shake hands with twelve hundred or more persons be tween nine and twelve oclock and not show signs of fatigue is well fit to enter the presidential race and ought to enjoy the prize If lie wins It There were many friends present from Danville 111 who had sent a number of handsome wreaths and floral decorations Mr Cannon how ever Is a native of Guilford N 0 and if his friends have their way the Speaker will be the first Southern man since the war to become a White House occupant presidencyMr cline to become President of the United States but not all men can af placeTheto do my work as Speaker that will be glory enough for me and If I wero n candidate Id have to lie about my age and Id have to live constantly In fear and trembling not as to whether Im doing my duty but as to Whether by doing my duty I wouldnt give offense to somebody I guess Ill Just go along and tend my own business BASEBALL AT WASHINGTON Games Played Before Cabinet Offi cers Diplomats and Congressmen At the base ball games In Washington the learned Justices of the United States Supreme Court law makers of both Houses of Congress members of the Cabinet and the diplomatic corps sit side by side with the merchant artisan and government clerk all keenly enjoying the national pastime The big men of this and other nations in the capital are base ball fans of the highest degree and are glad to eschew court decisions railroad and other legislation national and Inter national topics for the less weighty decisions of the diamond As soon as business can be transacted at tho Capitol anti In the departments it Is customary for these distinguished base ball enthusiasts to betake them selves to National Park for an after noon of enjoyment rooting for their favorite teams and resting from af fairs of State The different teams throughout tho country like to visit Washington fort privilege of playing before the most distinguished spectators to be found in any country pn the globe Members of the local teams very quickly recognize the faces of the on lookers and take pardonable pride In pointing out to the visitors the big guns of the nations It Iis an Impartial crowd too which sits in Judgment on the work of the athletes on the dia mond and good play is appreciated and applauded no matter which side makes the exhibition There arc nine Judges on the Supreme Court bench and a majority at the ball park Is not an unusual spectacle A quartet Is a cer taint comprising Associate Justices Harlun DayHMcKeiiim and White who mn oftotl seen engaged In dlscusslll u Ii it regurlllllg a foul or BtrlkcPor close base play showing as much seriousness as though sonic intricate problem re garding the flag the Philippines or the tariff was under question Justice Day Is probably the best posted on the national game of any of his asso elates on the Supreme bench for ho has played it and never misses an exhibition when he Is in the city and a bull genie Is advertised ARDENT CONGRESSIONAL FANS There are nearly five hundred con gressmen in tho two branches of the national legislature and it Is pretty safe to predict that fully onehalf 01 this number are Interested attendants during the championship season They are not at nil dlsmnved at the pros poet of a long season of Congress when sure of nn afternoons recrea tion following n lots drawn war of words at the Capitol earlier in the dayPresident Rooscv It a few weeks ago was presented with n golden pass entitling him to free admission to an ball games in the National and Amen can Leagues and circuits lie prom ised the presentation committee to endeavor to occasionally visit the hall park in Washington and witness the bull games played there Frequently his soninlaw Nick Longworth and his wife occupy seats In the grand stand preferring to 1 I among the en thusiastic gathering than to a 11 themselves of the Presidents pass and a seat in the private box When mere Is1 cull of the House or Senate and the sergeantatarms is charged with time duty of bringing in absentees the first place to which the deputies are sent If the base ball sea son is on is out to the ball park One of the most picturesque spectators at National Park Is the Chinese minister in lowing oriental robes usually accompanied by his little son Wln he was a student at Amherst the Chinese minister played on his j class team and he Is initiating his heir into the mystrles of the Amer ican grime- MIGUTY ONES OF THE LAND Three of the Presidents official fam ily Attorney General Moody Post master General Cortelyou and Secre tary Metcalf of Commerce and Labor dispel the Irksome routine of department life by going out to the ball game whenever they can steal away from their desks They generally sit together and being postmasters in the art keep score and compare notes as to base hits amid errors Attorney Gen eral Moody huts n warm spot In his heart for the catcher having played that position when he was a collegian VicePresident Fairbanks wants a front seat when he goes out to witness the national game his favorite place being Just hack of first tease where he can command an uninterrupted view of the entire field Surgeon General Wyman was n pitcher In his early days 11111 when not busy with quarantine matters or other details relating to the public health he finds his greatest enjoyment In witnessing a cimplonsblp contest between two evenly matched teams One of the first things Prof Willis Moore of the Weather Bureau looks for in his morning newspaper Is the base ball record This is contingent upon the fact however that ho has not been a spectator for the professor never falls to answer present when he can get away from the study 01 prognostications Moreover he Is frt quently Iimlomand c rller In the day to predict If the weather can be de ponded upon for a game A Kindly Smile Mrs Coxo has the same kindly greet ing for every one whether ho be the miner blackened with the grime and dust of the mine or in a higher sta tion of life She suggests to the parent that in the home there should be im portant training of tho children but tho idea is never advanced excepting In a spirit of kindliness and of the broad est kind of sympathy Her love for the masses is not simulated it is tho Joy of her heart She has paid the rent for many a widow and orphan has helped out so that tho little ones may attend school and has provided the mother with employment so that the homo may be kept together Mrs Coxos home like her life is the paragon of modesty she leads the simple life in all its real simplicity Her cplef aim seems to be to assist the poor and needy She has no pet philanthropies there arc no endless calls upon her time from society folk there are no wonderful gowns no costly mil linery no splendor of Jewels laces or sables adorn her person It is not after all the charity which she dispenses that has won for her the love and admiration of the toilers of the mines and that of their wives and little ones but it Is the purity of her character that constantly teaches a beautiful lesson not only to the mining town but to tho world at large which may study to its own improvement the generous unselfish sacrificing life ot this noble woman A folding baby carriage Is on the market This will be a great boon to worried father as you can shut the baby up at Aiiv Urn + y P fi A SURE SAFEGUARD COOPERATION AMONG PRODUCERS A FOUNDATION FOR AN EN DURING SOCIAL STRUCTURE An Address by George H Maxwell at Bloomington III Showing How This Principle Will Overcome Op pression by Combination of Capital Mr President and Gentlemen of the Convention I am n profound believer In the cairn city of the human race to work out the high destiny of which It Is capable If Its genius Is rightly directed I am a most extreme optimist in my expec tations of what the people of this na tion will eventually accomplish In securing In fact as well as in theory not only equal rights but equal opportun ity for all men und the achievement by all our people of the highest average standard of life of which all are cup able and which can be brought within the reach of mall Unless this Is accomplished our boasted civilization will be but a wave on the great ocean of time ris lug lute n brief existence only to bo submerged as all the civilizations that have gone before us have been sub merged beneath the rottenness and corruption which lias followed In evitably In the wake of vast accumii htlon of wealth and the gradual ab sorption of the land into great estates HANDWRITING ON Tim WALL Already In this country the hand writing Is on the wall and he who runs may read the warning which Byron painted In words when he wrote There Is a moralI of nil bumnn tRIos TIM but time same rehearsal of the past First freedom and then Blory when that fllll- HWealth vice corruption barbarism at IntIAnd history with nil her volumes vast Hath but ono IlKH Our history will not be written on that page raid I am here to toll you why sad to tell you that your move ment In time line of cooperation Is one of the reasons why we will escape the fate that hits at last destroyed nil the great nations of the past But we have already reached time stage of wealth vice corruption No one who knows what goes on in this country doubts that for a moment If any one questions it he should read the recently published hook entitled The Shame of the Cltl by Lincoln SteffensHow are these dangers to be safe guarded against IrIm CAR OF JUGGERNAUT- It cannot be dote by purifying the cities because they cannot lie purified Man will not rise above his environ ment or the dominating Influence of that environment and the influence which controls nil things In our mOil ern city Is the toad race for wealth It Is a car of juggernaut which crushes public and private Integrity and morality and every Just conception of patriotism under Its wheels as it rolls ruthlessly onward driven by the multitude who are ready to sacrifice not only themselves but their country In the great gamble for quickly gained wealthWe closed up the Louisiana lottery In a burst of righteous public indigna tion because it wits encouraging the gambling mania amid corrupting the peopleThe district attorney of New York has recently set time machinery of the law In motion to stop tho operations of a gambler named Canfield In St Louis and Grand Rapids the foul brood of bribegivers and bribe takers tins been hold up to derision and disgrace and a few of them may be punished COOPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH But we have gone so far that corruption has become a business system and conditions in our clues will brood two corruptloulsts where one IIs punished Those conditions get worse toad worse as the profits of preying upon the people become greater with the Increase of the population of our cities and our political and social Institutions are rotting at their very sour Time corruption of our cities will In evitably taint und In the end control our national politics thud the adminis tration of our national government Unless And here is the only safeguard Unless we plant the great majority of our people on the soil and maintain lit there and the people themselves learn to do for themselves by co operation so that in the end we shall eventually become a great cooperative commonwealthI socialism as Its devotees understand It or as it Is usually defined and understood as a remedyI proposing the exact opposite ofItI am proposing the very highest form of individual rights opportunity activity and development Socialism Is to dream about doing things and to begin at the wrong end and fall Cooperation Is to do things nnd to begin at the right end and succeed Cooperation is evolution not revo lutionEvolution Is tho law of God Evolution Is the natural law which has controlled the creation of the earth and all that there is on it It is the law of the development of the human race and we need only to learn Its lessons nnd study it as n method for the solution of every social problem to save the people of this nation from the social and political dangers that confront them today The trouble with most theories for the reform or betterment of social conditions Is that thoeYt1re too radical Reformire of 8IJplllDanat L tractive theory and then urg its adop tion all at once as H substitute for social conditions which lutve bin a slow growth through the ceutum GROWTH MUST BK iRADUVE They would create a tree instantly and have It all complete ami JlIrfrt at Its creation doing it while + uu v ththem like a Hindoo imrrl r llvare not content to plant the ueurn aillot the sturdy oak of sodiil siivrjti grow gradually In Hrcunlaun vth tic law of nature timid as was iuiend the allwise Creator But we cnnnot lounge Natun s- laws They mire ae unrlmngpublc as tinI stars Whatever mon mny do they nutfirst learn to do Every oppression from which tvproducers of this country or my otlr sufferer today In because the Ili c not learned or been trainedi to dOl f IT themselves the timings vliiu ti y leave it to others to do for them And those to whom they leave uh things to bo done plan to 11111 tile greatest possible profit to them Iles- for doing them It Is human nature that they should and always bus been and ulniy will be so- TIIE DELUSIONS OF POLITICS The delusion that you rir lr ttproduces from such oppress ii in 0y muklng laws or by elorting ihNi iii n or that man to ollice or put tin Is political party or that poliiiril f rty In power IH a delusion winchi le IIK been maintained by n luulnunlv of peopleBut it Is only a question ofi tI ie when those who are inisgniileiil IV i Us delusion will awaken frm r ir dream and loam that there i k Ii p for them but to help themselves dI do things for themselves This grout movement in the iliii tlon of doing things fur them l iy cooperative methods JUIKIIU 1 juiii s from the laud is wometliiii mniv T n a mere question of profit amiI Jo1 It IK the slow awakening or I iilh- erhlJ stunt who Is just bceuuitof- eel 1 his strength sad when IIIj is finally raised himself up to hi I II height amid trained his miml s n it it can direct for his own proteriiint 11 the faculties which led Ihats uii nil iI he will look back with surjuiie a dl astonishment at the days a hen iI-u imagined he wee bound bimJ tad f JtI- by the Llllputians by whom he n ir surroundodMAWAKENING OF THE CiIiM And It is in tho awakening a id training of thIs glal1ta Hymimll ill embodiment of the abilities awl ener gies of the peopluuthoniBflves vi dl- Is the hope of this nation fur tie futureYou cannot oppress a man who draws the rewards of his toil struct from natures treasure vaults es it froth the land itself huid wuieii ho ownsland on which no inowy lender holds a mortgage provided mlth- at that man has learned to op orate with his fellow men of tin sum class to do for themselves the things which It Is beyond the power it the individual man to do for himself the things which require tho couimf l and cooperative effort of mnuj rush to accomplish TIIE PHILOSOPHY OF RlSKIN The broad solution of our sot sal problems which 1 ain preaentinr to you contemplates the crt itlon of o nm dltlons in this country under wlMh we will carry Into practical efje t the sound philosophy of Ruakin when he said But slice we live in an epoch of change and too probably of revoln thou and thoughts which are not to be put naldu mitt in tho minds of all mom capable of thought I am obliged to affirm the one principle which can and In the timid will close all epochs of revolution that each man shall possess the ground he cyan use and no more It contemplates as n part of our public school system that every boy should be trained so that ho will know how to till the land for a livelihood It contemplates that the rush to the cities shall be stopped by the butter ment of all time conditions of rural life good roads nearby neighbors rural telephone net works of electric railways rural free delivery thickly settled communities and towns and villages In close proximity to every forum home so that every farmer may enjoy us well us the city dweller the advantages of schools and churches maid libraries and gymnasiums and where art and music nay be studied for enjoyment lu the home as well as In time cities It contemplates that wherever time thing to be dote fur the benefit of such a community requires tho effort of more than one man that those who require to have the thing done for them whatever It may be shall cow blue together find do it for themselves provided it is within reach of the united and cooperative energy and capital of the aggregated number of individuals who require to have the timing done for them lu this category are creameries laundries rural telephones associa tions for the cooperative purchase of supplies associations for the sale or disposition of time products of tho soli and many other associations which I might mention for mutual economy mutual benefit or mutual protection In sections where Irrigation is necessary cooperative canal systems and Irrigation works come within this category and in many parts of the country where Irrigation is not now generally supposed to be necessary cooperative pumping plants might be established among farmers for titIrrigation pf lagda which tbeycouy y eo r I il J a- i t f iS I a r FF I = IIItent N Ytodsy vtlu lroJ1taIete leCo rakemen on eight and laraLlirakeII atom a for Ullwa Brooltlrn stable tor priceto J Chicago our town rd tit B4 SheanI Ihouvenlr cot adver- ommteaton nan Pub- Plumbing ntlul In- 6 months on and de rteUnion yon boat ou toper StrIctly 62t9 Boa I AHYboob to corsett urn land i for 1n8 eoII I mark on Land ande In sale 1 72 C10Spencer Tracts 18 level cllmatno HERE Catalog Irlbnnoington lectrloerarm i Iaw- emove Our Beat t 1900 OITY views oonoy ttnnladers adersThe made retail Point fare It1neoC bBtSecret Secretcor vln6llons ttlk1 neat ltaotrund ornea tnels any Lead ctedIn1 ted Iew ee rite Co ey 0 roe ear I wr I J III m t r tVThei Biyckenridge News t WEDNESDAY JUNE 131906 FACT f BOUT THE BLUES j What Is known as the II Blues seldom occasioned by actual exist ag external conditions but In the freat majority of cases by a disorder ed LIVER LII THIS IS A FACT i which may be demorutra k ktedby trying a course of Tutts Pills ey control and regulate the LIVER ey bring hope and bouyancy to the lad They bring health and elastic y to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE New hats Mrs J M Cordrey New line of hats just mlr8 J M oidrey Merrygo round at Tar Springs pic io July 4 Mr Leonard Oelze has been sick for several days Mr and Mrs J M Cordrey were in Louisville Monday Logan Every of Tobinsport went to Tell City last week Miss Annie Jarboe will return from Skillman Saturday Standard binding twine 0 cents pound Julian Brown Mr Dugald Stewart Miller has been sick for several days Every body is goina to the big picnic at Tar Springs July 4 MIR U W Short arrived Monday night from the South Jno D Babbage Jrw111 be at the HomeComing in Louisville Get ready for the big barbecue and picnic at Tar Springs July 4 Mrs H L Stader will attend Home- Coming Thursday and be the guest of Mrs Ike Meyer Hovions Rafferty is working tor the Evening Post In Louisville as a apace writer Douglas Kafferty Stewart Babbag and William White will be at thi HomeComing Mi Tom Dyer and family are here from Kansas the guests of Mr and Mrs Jasper J Dyer Jas Kasey wont to Louisville Mon day to visit his son Orbe Kasey and attend HomeComing Miss Gertrude Schoffer returned to Caunelton Friday atfer a vist to rela ties out in the country Mrs Hugh Atkinson and little dan ghter Chicago arrived here yesterday to visit Mr and Mrs W H Uowmer MrS Roscoe Severs will arrive trom Virginia shortly to be the guest of her purenla in Bar insburg and Mrs D H Severs in this city Chas P Batbage who has been ill for two weeks at his homo in Owens boro is able to be out Mr and Mrs J H Rowland and Jno D Babbage were his guests Sunday Bring your chickens hens and eggs and receive cash or trade price Julian BrownRemember I will continue to close out my stocs at the old stand until July 25 Julian Brown Monthly Bible class meeting at Methodist church this evening at 730 Important NotlceR41l44 is sold under u positive guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Ronp and liuibeineck Price 60 cents Nc cure no pay Mr and Mrs Dugald Stewart Mill er Jr wero in Owensnoro last week Do yon use an atomizer in treating Nasal Catarrh When yen gill appre date Elys Cream Balm the mildest quickest surest remedy for this dis ease In all curative propetties it is identical with the solid Cream Balm which is so famous and so successful in overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There is relief in the first dash of spray up n the heated sensative air passagPs All druagists 75c including spraying tube or mail led by Ely Bros 00 Warren St N Y Miss Mayme DeHaven la attending Home Coming in Louisville this weekNotice to chicken raisersR41114 cures chicken cnolera and Ronp aQd liiuberneck Price 60 cents No cure no Guaranteed and sold by A R Fisher Druggist Mrs C W Fletcher and Miss Lizzie Blake went to Owensboro last week to visitThe laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree able and so natural that you do not realize it is the effect of a medicine For sale by Short Haynes Clover port 4JJ1fdge Henry DeHaven Moorman Tom Moore Roy Moorman and Franklin Eincbeloe were here from BardinS buig Sunday Charlie and Dick Adkisson are in Louisville this week seeing the sights Miss Mary and Maude Smith re turned from school at Bethlehem college Monday accompanied by their father S T Smith M Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion sumrrvjr as in winter Send for rice sample scoTT fl BOWNE Chemistto y 1s ri StreetNeworSocaadiruelalldmggIII Jj Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders witb us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsyille S dsays They rst- ored my wife to perfect health lifter years of suffering with dyspepsia and chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guaran tee by Short Haynes druggist Price GOc Mrs J E Mathews arrived from Philadelphia Sunday evening Her brother Mr Jess Owtn of New Orleans accompanied her nome from Louisville Death From Lockjaw never follows an Injury dressed with Bncklens ArnicaSalve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Cbfcs Osward merchant of Rensselaersvllle N Y writes It cured Seth Bnrch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures Cats Wounds Burns and Sores Si5o at Short Haynes durg store Chas Moorman Chief Engineer ot Louisville Atlantic Ry Co WAS here from Versailles Saturday and Sunday Unknown Friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid results but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience for publication These people however ate 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 J 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 Oloverport HAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YEARS 1 The old original GROVES Tasteless Chll Tonic You know what you ore taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay SOc Mr and Mis Leon McGivock and ohildrenspent Sunday with relatives at Holt t An Alarming Situation treqently results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid liver until con stipation becomes chronic This condi tion ID unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Lite Pills the best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists Price 25c r Mr and Mrs J Qninnie Adams Haweaville are at Tar Spring tor Mr Adams health allowing 1 he Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most mportant consideration Willis T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant TJ S A of Rural Route I Concord N H saysI was two years in Cuba and two years in tne Philippines and being subject h colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumpt ion which kept me in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchialtroubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at Short Haynes druggists Price COc and 100 Trial bottle free Sunny South Here Monday Night The following is what the Steuben vllle Daily Gazette has to say about Col W R Markles boat the Sunny South which is to be here next Mon day night June 18 Snnny South is one of the best shows on the water we think Stenbenville was paid a return visit last evening blW R Markles Float ins Theater Snnny South to and as usual it was greeted by a crowded house We have been visited annually for several years byMr Markle and al though he has each time brought a good show it is safe to say that this year ho has by long odds the best collection of artists tbat he ever had For two hours and a half the performers were greeted with shrieks of laughter and loud applause The opening number on tho pro gram Mr Bert Hagues lever comedy A Sure Cure for Jealousy contains- a plot tbat is well worked out by live chnraotres The acting of Messrs Randolph Valdare and Hague and Herbert and Hoffman brought forth contInuous laughter especially the comedy work ot Bert Hague as the Washwoman andThe Cow Boy and James Valdars impersonation of the Colored Servant to This set the audience on a keen edge tor the many good things that were tp follow The electric swings and automobile songs and marches by the ten Sunny South girls was very neatly done and the girls are all pleasant to loot upon W R Markle deserves all the praise that was heard after the performance- of the uptodate business liKe handlmg of his amusement enterprise and he has the well wishes of his many Steuben vine friends His new floating theatre to also the finest thing of its kind that ever appeared onthese waters and is in facta beautifully appointed comfortable and commodious play house Misses A Louise atld Mildred Bab bilge are at tHomoComingin Louis trifle Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heal the diseased membrane It cnn+ catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Halm It placed Into the nOltrllslpreadl over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief him mediate and k cure follow It la nol drjlng doe not produce sneering Large Size CO cents at Drag gliUor by null Trial Size 10 cents ELY BHOTHKHS K Warren Street New York MANY PEOPLE SEE MARRIAGEIiar- dinsbdrg Ky Jane 12The marriage of Mifs Virginia Hensley and Mr John D Shaw which took plac at the Baptist church Tuesday after noon June 5 was one of the prettiest weddings the town ever witnessed Both tnt contracting patties having many friends the house was filled to its utmost capacity ere the all impor tant hour arrived and it was Ion ex peutant audience that awaited the bridal patty And when the well know strains ot Mendelssohns march played by Mrs C V Robertson pealed forth tne atmospner was pervaded by the all the world loves alover spirit The marriage ceremony was impres lively said by the Rev Everett English the pastor of the inarch The bride s gown was of alice blue silk the brides maids Miss Moody ot Eminence Misses DeJaruette Gardiner and Hensley wore white with alive blue girdles The nsbtrs were Mr H H Kemper of Irvington Messrs John Skilltuan Arthur Scott find Judge Henry De Haven doorman The flower girls were Virginia and Clara Beard Tne bridal party left immediately for an extended tout through the east including NiugaraFalls New York and Washington Life The poets exclamation O Lite I I feel thee bounding in my veins is a joycns one Persona that can rarely or never make it in honesty to them selves are among the most unortnnate They do not live but exist for to live implies more than to be To live is to be well and stionbto aiiee feeling equal to the ordinary duties of the day and to retire not overcome by them to feel Hie bounding in the veins A medicine that has wade thousands of people men and women well and strong has accompflshea a great work bestowing tile richtst blessings and that medicine in Bool s Sarsaparilla The weaK tundown or debilitated from any cause should not mil to take it It builds up the whole sys tem changes existence into life arid makes life mote aoouudiug We are glad to say these words in its favor to the readrs ot our columns C L a c43urs the You Slcnatnre of a zoWd Passes Examination Mils Clara Lee Snyder 14 years old has successlnlly pataeil the examina lion for graduation from the common school branches stnt ont by the State Board of Education Sue is said to be one of the youngest girls in the state to pass the test Mies Clara is the daughter of Mrs James Snyder of Bardinsbnrg and a sister of Mrs J T Morgan or Louis ville and Miss Mary Snyder ot Oar field READ THIS Franklin Tenn April 8 1005 This is to certify that one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis covery cured 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 RespectfullyJAS OAMPBELL A TEXAS WONDER One small bottloHof the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes semianal emissions weak and lame backS rhenrnatismand all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble In children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of fl One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr B W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for test imonials Sold by all druggists Mr J EL Keith is JUat his home on the Hill He has been subject to severe sick spells for several years and one ot these came upon him Sunday night Mr Keith is past 70 years ot age ECL5 iE r tLrti mDRRepresenting TAYLOR KEENE I ICII DENTISTSOF LYW1I1 be In Dr Llghtfoots office one t week out of each month prepared to walt on all wishing nigh Class Den ill 1 i frill ba here July 16 to 21m I Wantsn rAdvertisements Inserted under this bead at one cent a word per week FOR SALFrlrour room coUnge with cellar sale cheap Alvin Simmons Clover port Ky- FOII SALE t06 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn IS acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn pr wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write the Brcckenrldgo News Cloverport Ky 1FOIm fofolrsttlRSS twoseuted surrey Ior Information call at News olllco t ANTEDTo trade frulttrees for lumber Write or call on Jno D Itabbage Clo verport Ky ORSiEpUINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand One and Gasoline EnKlnesMAUTIN GABLE 515 3rd Street Louisville Ky- IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first 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 ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip rates to IIIMIIL In bilSSISSEIPLLOUiSIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OK LAHOMA nnd TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Arl zona and Tents Full Particularshad ot Homo Agents or by addressing- F W HARLOW DP An Louisville For Sal1 5ycarold horse broke 1 3yearold 2ycarol 4 the best coltII A number of 1 mare coltII L I JV G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTIIAMLeltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October Contest To Come Up- June 25 Hardinsbnrg Ky June 12Tue Local Option contest came up Monday before the County Judge and Justices of the peace John OHellly and Frank Rupert Murray Murray were present tor the contestees and Jno P Has well Jr represented the contestants The contestees filed a general and spec ial demurrer to the statement of the contestants and tney were given until June 25 to Ills their answer The Board adjourned to reconvene Tuesday June 20 when the demurrers will be argued 1W2 I IMEET ME AT NOLTES I i It The pleasant weather is a good time to do your sewing If there is still a few items need ed for the hot weather1 j JJWe are showing a lot of choice in Dimity Lawns Mohair SergesthingsIISi toria Fabrics Laces Embrodries In fact all the cool things needed to t Ijjdress comfortable for your outing For the gentlemen we have the Soft Collars I IIJ C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky I j j j = j = IB C I I 4 4rEcarefully safeguard I fyi the of our I rw r customers More 1 over we freqrently do it un I Jj I known to them as oppor I T IK I tunities often come to us in I IK confidential ways LET US nAVE t YOUR BUSINESS 8 V 1ti rate of inter st paid on time lt q 4 f rm AOA I X S T 1JLOSS HI FIIIK AND I UUKGLAKV COXSKU 1IIYATIVE HOARD + OF 1 ii DIRECTORS EFFI A CIEXT OFFICERS l I 1 Bank of Cloverport Cioverport Kyii F BREADrolls cakes and pastry will prove no failures when FLOUR is used It is pure wholesome nutritious re All we ask is that you try it Ex perience tells us what the result will be MAKERSaInd interests toV fqmfxsumw CADICKSGOLD youbuy 0rrrtrrKrKrKrKr KrtrrrK jI No Waiting Here gg- C I X- f 5JII Just tell us how much g SIIhave all kinds of c j Framing material J x and choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for 5- X X you s fftf5 f able to get so quick m Vjj before y Let us have your i1 order today J t Your House Barn or x Stable may need re J If 1t P aIrsIs REMEMBER US JII JII Seaton Weatherholt iE Cloverport Ky i I- iitAAAAAkiAARRAASIiilil5Ili 517S0 a I SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are yu making ac much off vour farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It lakes too mu h money to hay a big farm and so you are trying a 1 ving on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt It be better to go where the price oi good laud is so little that you can own a big farmwhere every acre of the ground is work ing for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile land in the Southwest along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that can be bought for front 3 to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there The trip can be made ut very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of each month vou can purchase u round trip ticket to any point In the Southwest on or via the Cotton licit Route at very 11w rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested in Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc U C BARRY T P A Collon 8elt Route 82 Iodd Building Louisville Ky Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- asstood the test 25 years Average Annual Saks over On and a HaltMSDEoo bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50o- Eadote4 wkh every bottle k a Tea Cwt package of Groves Bteck Root Liver Hb t I1 Zi rsS S r i 5i I 4I I i 4 1 I I i i i i t I i I f t i i 1 I I y I 0 V i t f i i 4 V1 rv f r 4 i i 1 i7 i j I Ij 3I 3i 3v i Iooe I i r 0 i t i Ji Jf X J 1l t t i r 1VI la 11 Io fIr I1l TJ tt4 j l 1 ct F ti v r rI f i w r r 4t t It I f l Iit i r 1 ft t rI rI rf i i I t 1Y j yryen In that way cultlvnto more lutoi Blvely and obtain a much larger ylel d and profit per acre than by dry farm IngCORPORATIONS SUBJECT TO PUBLIO CONTROL When you go beyond this field o t cooperation you reach a Held whichl is now largely occupied by large corporations which arc exercising a public use and for that reason subject toI public control- I believe that eventually the publl ownership of alt public utilities Is hi evitable In this country but I ac not a believer In the theory that ware e ready today for municipal ownership In all our cities or for the govern tuent ownership of nil our railroads Municipal ownership without municipal Integrity may be a greater evl j than corporate ownership and the last condition of that man be wors- than the first I believe that political honesty must come before public ownership aw that the only way we will ever get political honesty Is to restore the great majority of our people to the land where they will live close to nature and learn the obligations o- man f to his fellow men and the Imperative need of public Integrity bj learning to unite together to do Wing for themselves HONESTY TUB CORNERSTON- OF COOPERATION I Man Is the product of his environment Man will be what he Is trained to be And cooperation will train men to be honest with each other and with the public because honesty and Integrity In the discharge of obliga tions to ones fellow men Is the corner stone of cooperation Without It cooperation is a house built upon the sands With such integrity cooperation Is a house built upon the eternal rocks as a foundation And so It Is that your movement for the formation of farmers associations In order that you may transact for yourself the business of selling your own soil products is but a single thread In the great cable of coopera tion which will finally warp our ship of state off the rocks and draw It to a safe anchorage The profits that you will make for yourself In the formation of these co operative associations and their man agement is the least of the reasons which should Impel you onward In the movementA IN OUR HISTORY We have reached a crisis In our countrys history a crisis threatening greater antor than when the cloud of dis union swept up from the south and the nation was drenched in the blood of a civil war The cancer of corruption following lu the wake of great weulth Is eating out the vitals of our country- I have shown you that there Is but one cure and it Is to men of your class that we must look for this cure In training yourselves to cooperate together to do things for yourselves that one man cannot do for himself you are engaged In currying out a patriotic purifoee just us noble as though you had enlisted us u soldier to uhoulder your arms and march to the front and lay down your life It nwnl be In repelling the army of a foreign Invader We are spending millions for forts and navies and to maintain an army to itotect ourselves against the other nations of the earth Our greatest danger IB not from foreign nations It Is in our mlilst It Is at tIll very heart of our political and social life Aud you who are here today are pioneers In the great campaign which wilt result in overthrowing the cohorts of corruption which will otherwise destroy us- OPPOSITION A STIMULANT I have been told that your move ment meets with opposition Those who oppose It are moat unwise It Is the lesson of nil periods of the history of our race that reform movements movements for the betterment of man kind even movements which merely purport to be for human betterment and are of questionable character have been strengthened and built up and perpetuated by opposition and per set ution No greater stimulus to the growth of your movement could exist than to lave It systematically opposed Such opinmltlon rouses the combutlvenoss sad aggressiveness which Is In every mans being stimulates him to greater effort and encourages him to persevere until obstacles have been overcome which would otherwise have caused failureSTRENGTH COMES FROM STRUGGLE It Is another law of nature that strength comes from strenuous strug gle The strong arm Is the arts that Is used The strong mind Is the mind that thinks The strong man Is the man who has developed every fibre of his physical vigor by use The strong races of the earth are those which have survived oppression and over come groat obstacles in their development He not discouraged by any condition that may confront you Be not discouraged even by temporary failure It Is the history of all movements that failure must at times be a part of their record But HB the wise saying has It Failures are but the pillars of suc cess ILLUSTRATIONS OF SUCCESSFUL COOPERA1ON What others have done you can do If you want successful Illustrations of cooperation among producers go to California and study the workings of the associations which have been formed there among the fruit growers for the marketing of their product And the road to their success was paved with ninny failures At first It seemed as though there were more failures than successes But they persevered They were forced to swim or drown They had to learn to market their own products or have their industries destroyed And they learned And so will you learn If you will persevere and be loyal to your fellows and to your movement If you want other Illustrations of successful cooperation go among the cooperative creameries of Wisconsin- or Michigan or go among the cooperative canal companies of California MontanapKoaw ritjlutanpes of gigantic J to Ireland and to Belgium and to Den mark and find it there- COOPERATIVE STORES IN ENGLAND The growth of the cooperative stores In England has been something marvelous Starting with practically nothing In the way of capital In n comparatively few years they have built up n business aggregating mil lions of dollars a year But they began right They began at the small end They began with the acorn and they gradually developed the tree until It has become a great strong oak If they had begun at the big end and subscribed n capital stock as large us their present capital and gone out Into the highways uiic byways to hire men to transact their business form Ing a great organization In which no theyewould have failed hopelessly and miserably failed And so would any great business enterprise started In that way Cooperation can be no exception to the law of evolution You must begin with the seed and lot It grow gradually as they did In England with their cooperative stores THE MAKING OF MEN The great central thought which nightEthe American people out of the wilder ness of the corruptions anti dangers of accumulated and aggregated wealth should be a great public movement In the line of making men rather than making money Our government Is upheld upon the shoulders of Its own people And as our citizenship Is maintained at a high standard of moral and physi cal strength on the part of our intn and our women Just to that extent will the strength of our nation be maintained If we would be sure of tills we must keep our young men from flocking to the cities The way to do it is to train them through a system of education whl1 will equip them to solve the problems of the country and plant the idea In their minds that the country after all offers a greater stimulus for mental activity than the city PROBLEMS OF THE COUNTRY The most attractive problems of this generation tare In the country The building of good roads the build Ing of better farm homes the engineer- Ing problems of the farts the nppllca tlon of power to the needs of the farm and the farm homo the lessening of domestic burdens through better domestic arrangements the construction of rural electric railways and rural telephones and farm IrrIgation- s stems and the application of machin cry to all the uses of the farm otter a field for effort and Invention and the application of energy to the farmers boy which no city can offer to him provided he lies had the opportunities of education to qualify him to solve these problems There should be In every county In this country a school where every farmers boy could without going any farther from home than the county seat learn to do all the things which I lave mentioned AGRICULTURE AND MANUAL TRAINING We have schools where a part of this training may be obtained Tho Throop Polytechnic Institute at Pas adena California and the Stout Man ual Training School at Menomlnee Wisconsin are of this class But coupled with them should be the ngrl cultural training which n boy gets at the Doylostown National Farm School or In part at the summer school of the WisconsinI State University at Mad isonAnd I every girl should have an equal opportunity to lit herself for her duties us the mistress of n farm home Out of such homes will come a generation of strong conservative and In telligent men who will solve the great problems of this people fled will solve them so gradually and steadily that no radical methods will ever need to be adoptedThey will put out of business the politician who wants to ride In blood up to his bridle bits like an erstwhile governor of Colorado or the present day politician who seeks to ride Into public olllce on n wave of prejudice and champion tine peoples rights with his voice while his hand like as not Is In the pocket of some corporation Put not your faith In princes nor In politicians The Lord helps those who help themselvesSo as the people depend for re lief upon politics just that long will they be disappointed TIlE LARK IN THE MEADOW When they learn the lesson of the fable of the lark in the meadow and go to work to do things for themselves talk politics less and train themselves to do things by coopera thou more they will be surprised at the progress they will make In the right direction Politics and a dependence on the part of the people upon politics are the hope and the salvation of the cor ruptlonlsts and the trusts and of every combination of capital which lives by skimming the cream fromIthe Industries of the people If you want the cream yourself OUI must do your own skimming You must not Imagine for moment that what I have advocated Is a mere theory It Is fur more than that It Is a broad highway leading us out of i the social and political bog in which we have been mired down There are Instances here and there nil over this country where the seed huts bOn planted and Is thriftily grow ing INDICATIONS OF THE MOVE MENrIYou see the movement at work In the Increased Interest In country life In nature study In the school In theI Establishment of such Institutions as the Doylcstown Farm Training School In Pennsylvania In the Plugree po tato patch Idea and the vacant lot farm associations which are working- It out In many cities You see It In the school gardens which are being established in so many places and In the Increased Interest In agricultural training as a part of our public school system You see it In the great upbuilding ot the Department of Agriculture as one of theL component arts our JlJ U vm k RED RUMS A Temperance Lesson OopjrighUd by Bcccuk Wo were standing at the counter of a sumptuous barroom in San Antonio where Barclay and the two English men In the party had met by appointment Barclay had a ranch to sell heavysetjredfacedabout to purchase I had acted as broker In the transaction and was well pleased with the price settled upon and anxious that no hitch oc cur to delay the Immediate closing of the bargain The bartender put out four glasses and a bottle of liquor In anticipation of our order and the two Englishmen and myself poured a good three fingers Into our glasses but Barclay hesi tated a moment and then said 1 think Ill take sarsaparilla Tho Englishmen glanced at each other significantly Were not buying soft drinks today partner said one Barclay hesitatingly poured out a good sized drink and raised it to his lips and turned towsFditho English men who smiled trfprovaL A strange thlasjSwadccured Bar clay took oft hiss and looked Into tho crown of It form minute and then set the untouched liquor on the bar again Gentlemen ho said Youll have to excuse me but I cannot drink liquor Todd one of the Englishmen banged his fist down on the bar and exclalmedU you cant drink with us you cant trade with usthats allBarclay turned to him his taco very white and said slowlyThen the deal is off gentlemen Presently Barclay said Ill admit I should like to trade with you gsntle1 men but the trade can go to the devil If I have to drink whiskey In order to make It I will tell you why I cant drink liquor If you will listen a mom ment You may think It took courage to refuse to drink but I tell you It would have taken more courage to have accepted It He drew a news paper clipping from his pocket book and laid it down where wo could all see It Thats exhibit No1 he re marked For a moment we started In amaze ment at the great black letters which spelled the word GUILTY The artl cle following said that John Barclay was convicted of murder In the first degree but that sentence was postponed through respect to the prison ers mother who dropped dead In tho courtroom upon hearing the verdict Thats nice stuff for a man to read about himself eh1 said Barclay with I I MY ANGEL MOTHER CAME TO COMFORT ME a feeble smile Ho folded the slip put it back in his pocketbook and produced another which read Barclay to bo hanged on the twentyfirst InstantGentlemen he said the Immedi ate cause of those two notices was murder Tho prime cause waswell what Is murder spelled backward 1 Without waiting for an answer he traced tho letters of tho word with his pencil in the order suggested RED RUMAn embarrassed silence followed Gentlemen the rum that I drank murdered my mother At that time continued Barclay my mother and I were living in a boarding house kept by an old maid of uncertain means and temper I had just returned from a cattletrading trip and was regaling the boys with a little upcountry gos sip and some hot rum I remember It was eleven oclock at night The whole scene comes back to mo now tho hot rumandwater laden air tho great stove red with rage and energy There my remembrance of the scene ends that department is doing to stimulate an Interest In agriculture and the prosperity of those engaged In It You see It In the awakening Inter est in cooperation everywhere In tocooperative associations that are being formed In the rapid giowth of cooperative creameries and cooperative producers associations of nil kinds TRIUMPH OF TIlE RURAL LIFE And the one tiling which will make It more easily possible which will tend tho most to draw the city dweller to the country and relieve the lonesome ness and Isolation of the farm life are the good roads for which n great move ment Is now gathering force and the electric railway systems which are threading the rural districts In every thickly settled farming section of our countryAll are forerunners of tho final triumph of the rural life and of a new era In this country when Men mak and not Money making will bo our national slogan A time like this demands strong men Great hearts true faith nnd ready bands Men whom the lust of office docs not kill Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy Men who possess opinion and a will Men who have honor men who will not lie Men who can gland before a demagogue And damn his treacherous flatteries with out winking Tall men aimcrowned wbo live above the fog r y JrDlitcdatY WDflvU aQklu s If he will not sell Arbuclcle ARIOSA write to us We will supply you direct You will get greater value for your moneya better pound of cof feefuU weightthan he can sell you under any other name Ho cannot sell Arbuckles ARIOSA loose by I the pound out of a bin or bagv because we supply it only in sealed packages that you can identify every time which protect the coffee from the dust and impurities that loose coffee nbsorbsand insure full weight Coffee exposed to the air loses its flavor strength and purity You cannot tell where it came from neither can the grocer he may think he knowsbut he doesnt and all you can ever know is theme ticket It is worth remembering that outward appearance is no indication of iIquality Grocers as a rule are honest trust worthy men who would not consciously mislead you Whenever one of them advises you to take loose grocery store When I awoke I was horrified to find myself in a prison cell The Jailer stood at tho door and cautioned Remember anything you say may beused against you A great dread sat like a lump of ice on my heart I begged him to explain Anything but that awful suspense Then ho told me I hud murdered MlssC the old landlady My trial was set down for a date about a month off and my angel moth er secured the beat and ablest coun sel to defend me but best of all she came to me in my agony and put her hand on my forehead and then kissed e believed me mnnocentHow shocou ld logically do it with evidence enough against me to damn an angel I dont know but sho did it with her womans heart and her womans heart broke when at length the jury told her she had been mistakenGentlemen resumed Barclay after a pause I used to believe all lawyers rascals until that timer But tho way that man worked for me was nothing short of sublime Ho labored with me day In and day out morning noon and night striving by all means known to philosophy sclenco and practice to recover from the sensitive plates of my memory the picture print ed on them by a rumenfeebled spirit between tho hours of eleven P M and two A M on the night of tho murder But It was of no use Evidently the flat of memory had been temporarily desensitized by the stupefying Influ ence of the alcohol Anyway nothing could bring the dreaded pictures of that awful period to tho surface I shall not bore you with tho hare rassing details of the trial It was shown however that I had been dis covered In Miss Cs room I was on the flpor in a drunken sleep when the officers arrived and was completely dressed even to my overcoat and hat Near my right hand as If I had but recently relaxed my hold upon It lay my pistol One of the cartridges had been discharged and tho bullet found In Miss Cs body fitted the empty shellMy lawyer used to come to my cell and Implore me to use every trick and device that I know to bring back tho chain of events of that fateful night but I could only gaze at him stupid ly So far I ceuld go but no further At a certain point the cloud of oblivion would drop before my mind and I could not penetrate It I thought that by thinking with great rapidity and running with exact sequence along the chain of occurences leading up to a certain hour the mental mom entum thus acquired might carry me through Into tho realms of my mental darkness But It was without avail You can drive a horse at a furious rate right up to the brink of a lake but there ho will stop and not budge an inch further and tho blackness of tho lake in front of him is no blacker than tho blackness of that hellborn period of five or six hours of oblivion that confronted me O the helplessness of it all I used to sit and watch my lawyer fight against such overwhelm- Ing odds that tho admiration I felt for his skill would at times so absorb me that I felt tho part I was taking In the awful tragedy To make a long story short tho case finally went to the Jury You have seen tho newspaper clippings The verdict killed my mother who had never once left my sldo during the trial except at night and then only to resume her place tho first thing in the morning She had been hoping against hope When mother dropped dead I offered a silent prayer of gratitude that she had not lived to witness tho last act On tho morning of tho twentyfirst- as tho clipping says I was brought before the Judge an old friend of my father and sentenced to be hanged by the neck until dead Gentlemen theres an experience not many ever had and lived to tell of It Words are but feeble when ono tries to describe It Talk about timely rescues In the dramasall nicely with the regularity of clefwotkwhy they actually had that awful black cap drawn over my face and the noose adjusted before the governors stay ar rived I heard a commotion In the crowd and wondered rather Impatiently what the delay was about Then bands removed the cap and noose a d- Iwa81edback to my cell When 1 r ached mycell and sat upon my bed I couldnt realize what bitdoccure d acid flhia inyielf to N witUiar I coffee instead of Arbuckles ARIOSA- he doubtless believes he is doing you n favor whereas he is really depriving you of the most wholesome and deli cious beverage that you can buy some thing better than anything else he can sell you for the price Tho sales of Arbuckles SACoCoffee exceed the soles of all other package coffees in the United States combined and the business of Arbuckle Bros exceeds that of the four next largest concerns in the world simply because the public ac tually receives better coffee for their money in Arbuckles ARIOSA than theycan buy in any other way Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee is good to drinkit quenches the thirst and tastes good Most people need it It aids digestion increases the power and ambition to work anSI it makes one fee like doing things no after depression United States soldiers drink more cof fee than the soldiers of any other na tion were really there or my spirit had come back to haunt tho place Presently the head Jailer came tome and told me that a fire had taken place in the neighborhood the night before in which two strange men were so badly burned that death was butt a matter of hours with them One of tho men when he was told that he could not live sent for tho minIster and confessed to having committed the murder I had been convicted of His story which was subsequently confirm ed by the other burglar was substan tlally that they had had n- leaAils Cphatimany welltodo boarders in her house some of whom carried money with them in largo amounts and they had determIn- ed to rob the house The hour was late and tho night very tempestuous and black the very elements seeming to favor tho wicked purpose of thoso men Their plan was to go to Miss Cs room and secure tho keys of the house after which they could loot at leisure Accidently however they awakened the landlady who Immedl atelyset up such an unearthly scream Ing that it was found necessary to despatch her without more ado Ono shot was enough for the dastardly purpose and the poor old creature who had never done any other harm than to ask for her just dues went quickly over the river The robbers then paused for a moment to ascertain If anyone In the house had been arous ed by the shot Concluding finally that the storm had drowned the report of the pistol they determined to leave at once as the murder had so unnerved them that they had no thought of theft but cared only to get away As they were going out however they discovered a man lying in the hall at the landing near Miss Cs door In a drunken stupor Then It occured to them to drag tho man noiselessly into her room and leave him thero with a pistol on the floor near his hand Their motive in doing this was to divert suspicion from them selves as they were strangers in the place When they discovered that I had a pistol In my pocket similar to their own they exchanged catrldges hence the empty shell In mine Gentlemen that is my story Presently ho said- I know theres ono question you all want to ask You want to know what Ive got In my hat that had such a startling effect upon me I will tell you what it IsIts a picture Its not that of mother nor my sweet heart butand he held his hat with the inside turned toward us There was a picture there one that caused us all to shudder It was the picture of a gallows Todd extended his hand The deal is on ho said Didnt Keep the Appointment A young American student at Prague fell deeply In love with a pretty Ger man girl and sent her a note proposing a place of meeting He wrote That my darling may make no mistake remember I will wear a light pair of trousers and a dark cutaway coat In my right hand I will carry a cano and In the left a cigar Yours ever Jake The girls father got hold oZ the note and sent this answer Dot mine future son make no mls take I vlll be dreshed In mine shirt sleeves I vlll vear In mine right hand a club and in mine left hand I vlll grasph a sixshooter You vlll recognize- me by do vay I bats you on de heat a goaple time twice mlt mine club Valt for me at de corner as t have some thugs Important to Inform you mlt Your frent Heinrich Muller QueryDId the young man keep tho Appointment f I If your grocer dae not sell ARIOSA let us send you a Fami1v Box On receipt of 180 express or postal money order we Wfll send 10 pounds of lRIOSA in a wooden box trans portation paid to your nearest freight station The 180 pays for the trans portation and the coffee which will be in the original packages bearing the signature of Arbuckle Bros that enti tles you to free presents Ten pounds ten packages ten signatures If you write for it we will send free a book containing full particulars and colored pictures of nearly 100 presents for users of Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee The price of coffee fluctuateswe cannot guarantee it for any period Address our nearest office ARBUCKLE BROS 71 Water 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away then goes his thatched roof Louisville CourierJournal Kin Style at flitting And now Mrs Sullivan said the counsel will you bo kind enough to tell tine jury whether your husband was In the habit of striking you with Impunity With what sor queried Mrs Sul livan With Impunity repeated the cOlin set Well he was sor now and thin but he struck mo oftener wld his fisht sor ITU Heinnrk I wont do any more work for that man Hopkins ni liyn Well he passed some remark I did notlikeDid he What was It He said Brown you wont be want ed after this week CniiNtmit Advice ffA woman should always depend on her husband for advice said the de voted wife Yes answered the visitor but it does grow monotonous not to got nay ndvlco except to economize Wash ington Star f Lot Youth A man looks back with regret but without bitterness to his lost youth a woman however vehemently she may protest to the contrary seldom If ever attains to this same calm serenity Gentlemans Maga- zineGeneral Debility Day In and day out there Is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of Itself Food does not strengthen Sleep does nQt refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy vitality is on the ebb and the whole system suffers For this condition take Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood and gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions In usual liquid form or In chocolate tablets known as Sarsataba lOOdoses Once n Nest of IlrnttM- Lundy in till Bristol hannol Is an I one fullypie an earths any Itime There is nothing almut these earthquakes however They are simply certain cu rious crevasses In the west of till IIs land which the local people call by tint nnine Lundy In former centuries was a notorious nest of pirates In King Henry IIIs time William du Marlsco a traitor to the king built a castle there and set up as an early Captain KIdd And so It went on through the centuries until In the mill dle of the eighteenth Thomas Benson I Barnstable merchant who was then lessee of the Island was convicted of piracy nod smuggling and expelled He hUll a contract for carrying con victs to the American colonies and used quietly to land them on Lundy and use their labor there The sine In the Calendar The figure 9 which came Into the calendar on Jan 1 18S9 will stay with us 111 years from that date or until Dec 31 1999 No other figure has ever had such a long consecutive run nnd the 0 Itself has only once before been In a race which lasted over a century that in which It continuously figured from Jan 1 SS9 until Dec 31 999 a period of 111 years The figures 3 and 7 occasionally fall Into odd combina tions but neither of them has ever yet served for a longer period than 100 consecutive years in our calendar since the present mode of calculating time was established It Is also clear that from their relative positions among the numerals It Is an Impossibility for either of them to appear In date reck onings continuously for a longer period than a century lliiNlncHM MetliotlN Great numbers of vast fortunes in this country have been and are being built up on the very Ignorance of tine masses In regard to business methods The schemers bank on It that It Is easy to swindle people who do not know how to protect their property They thrive on tho ignorance of their fellows They know that a shrewd advertisement n cunningly worded circular n hypnotic appeal will bring the hard earnings of these unsuspect ing people out of hiding places Into their own coffers Success Magazine t SloveiillneM In Speech Do not drift into careless habits of speech Slang which is slovenliness In speech is as contemptible as slovenli ness la dress Many people use slang because they are too lazy to think of proper forms for the expression of thought Tho clothing of our minds certainly ought to be regarded before- Icat of our bodies Quite n Stoic MI had expected there would be a treat splurge at Miss Fawtyfores wed ilng but It seems to have passed off luletly Oh yes The young man submitted to the operation without a mnrmurV Chicago Tribuneii BUSINESS DERELICTS The Anur of Men Hnil Money i1CUmIIIeIitQttt- ilt ofIA lawyer wide experience says that in his opin lon ninetynine out of every hundred Itoft lose It sooner or litter How many thousands of good honest men and women there arc In this country who have worked very hard and made all sorts of sacrifices of comfort and luxury In order to lay up haveIhaving anything to show for It Many of them indeed finding themselves without a home or any probability of getting one without property or a cent of money laid by for sickness for the Inevitable emergency or for their declining years For the sake of your home for the protection of hard earnings for your peace of mind your self respect yourself confidence whatever else you do do not neglect a good solid business training anti get It as early In life as possible It will save you from many a fall from n thousand embarrassments and perhaps from the humilia tlon of being compelled to face your wife and children and confess that you have been a failure It may save you from the mortification of having to move from a good home to a poor one of seeing your property slip out of your hands and of having to ac knowledge your weakness and your lack of foresight and thoughtfulness or your being made the dupe of sharpers Many men who once had good stores of their own are working as clerks floorwalkers or superintendents of department In other peoples stores Just because they risked und lost everything In some venture As they now have others depending on them they do not dare to take the risks which they took In young manhood and so they struggle along In mediocre posi tions still mocked with ambitious which they have no chance to gratify Thousands of people who were once in easy circumstances are living In poverty and wretchedness today because they failed to put an understand ing or an agreement In writing or to do business In a business way Families have been turned out of house and home penniless because they trusted ta a relative or n friend to do what wright by them without making a hard end fast practical business arrange ment with him It docs not matter how honest pea pIe are They forget and It Is so easy for misunderstandings to arise that It fe never safe to leave anything of importance to a mere oral statement nduce It to wrltjng It costs but little 1m time or money and when all parties Interested are agreed that IB the best time to formulate the agreement In exact terms TLlsI will often save lawsuits bitterness and alienations Romany friendships Live been broken by not putting understandings in wrltlnfc Thousands of cases are In the court today bbecause agreements were not put In writing A largo part of law I yews source Incomes Is derived from the same talent Is ns rare as a talent IIIBuslnlss n We find boys and i out of school and college full of theories ant of aft sorts of knowledge or smatterings of knowlI edge but without the ability to protect themselves from human thieves who are trying to get something for noth Jug Xo girl or boy should be allowed to graduate especially from any of the higher Institutions without being well grounded In practical business meth ods Parents who send their children out In life without seeing that they are well versed in ordinary business prin ciples do them an incalculable Injustice Success Refined nnd Subtle Sneer flI can never understand says G K Chesterton why It Is that in poems and romances the poor are made to writhe at tho refined and subtle sneers of the rich As far as I can see from the daily life of our streets It Is the poor who do tho refined antI subtle sneering am the rich who writhe allover the pavement Any one who has studied the conditions of our great cities will see the truth of this Everyday we see paper boys running gutter I boys moving with an undignified swiftness and uuemployables Lumping themselves if we may be permitted the use of the expression In pursuit of cabs And what do the rich do TLey affect not to notice and pass by with well bred calm What happens how ever If the ordinary well groomed man about town moves at more than a walk Hoots of derision from the low I er orders Instantly assail him A poor man may go about bareheaded What happens If a rich man does the same The refined and subtle sneers of the poor make him wish that he Lad never been born What we of the old aris tocracy want Is either police protection from these gibes or a handy book of repartee so that we shall never be taken without our answerLondon Globe IllnrrluJre SuperKtltlon Among the agricultural laborers In England neither father nor mother of the bride and bridegroom go with them to church The bridesmaid and groomsman should be an engaged couple whose marriage Is fixed If the wed ding party does not count even one of the guests will die within n year The wedding party should not be In church when the clack Is striking and the bride should not enter first In her own house after the marriage It is unlucky to address the bride after the ceremony by her maiden name In Moores Life of Byron we are told that on the morning of his ill starred marriage when about to depart By ron said to the bride Miss Mllbankc are you ready a mistake which the ladys confidential attendant pronounced to be a bad omen John A Hinorof Douglass Oregon is visiting his brother K T Bluer at Weldon 04 A I HN m In Jnpniienc Conr c r1 remtiubo many years ago a thane at the palaca great official dinner whore guests were many of tine old sofa of holders sl1o shoguu himself Irlnce Tokugawu proud silent grim sat opposite to me and I wondered If any human emotion could show Itself on that Impassive face At that moment the emperor raided his glass and bowed In kindly smiling fashion to his ancient oppo nent The face changed was suffused for ono Illuminating moment with a glow of responsive fire It seemed hs If the emperor was once more thank Ing the shogun for his splendid pa triotic act when after years of strug gle lie voluntarily laid his power and his prerogatives at the emperors feet for the goodof the country and as If Prince Tokugawa looking back and looking forward for Japansaid to himself once more It was we- lldoneMary 0 Fraser In Worlds Work Figures That Stagger It used to be that astronomy with Its stupendous magnitudes incredible ve locities and Inconceivable distances seemed to make tho greatest demand on mans belief says the London Tele graph Today it Is physics Wo read for instance that Hertzs oscillations give rise to 500000000 oscillations per second Whore Is the man who can conceive of anything happening In the flveLundredmllllonth part of n second But this Is quite n long period compared to some of those now accept ed as Inevitable optics According to Maxwells great theory a light wave Is a series of alternating electric currents flowing In air or Interplanetary space and changing their direction 1000000000000000 times per second And this Is supposed to be true of every form of light coming from the sun the electric lamp or a lucifer match who can think of anything happening in the thousand mlllion tnillionth part I of n second Lnndiccri VRletII Sir Edwin Landscer the famous ani mal painter Lad an old servanthis butler valet and faithful slave named William who was particularly assiduous In guarding tho outer portal No one could by any possibility gain direct access to Sir Edwin The answer would Invariably be Sir lied win Is not nt ome the prince con sort himself onco received this answer when he called amplified on that occasion by the assurance that ho had gone to a wedding an entire fiction on Williams part as the prince found put fpron walking boldly In and round the garden ho noticed Sir Edwin look Ing out of his studio wh dow This was the faithful attendant who one day when a lion had died at the uoa and his corpse came up in a four wheeled cab to be painted from star questionrieasea lion Truman Adams 1 is wowing in 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One man Is bravo In j way and another In a different one ten enough that which Is called very Is nothing more than custom- u wouldnt go up on the foreroyal rd In half a gale to reef sail would u Not you I Youd be afraid ell you might think me a brave man cause I would But then Id be raid to cut a chaps leg oft and you onldnt- ii That was what old Captain Hoskins horn I used to sail with could never nderstand If a man was a bit nerv us about the sea he used to look own on him as all sorts of a coward ut there came a day when he learned etter It happened when I was with him In a threemasted sailingship the Arrow We lay at Singapore along side Tanjong Pagan wharf loading with a general cargo for Liverpool The principal object In that cargo was a lion that We were shipping for London It lay In a strong cage of wood and Iron with a door in the front through which it could be fed It was a fine big brute and every time it stretched Itself you could see the muscles slipping over Its sides and the big wickedlooking claws peeping out of the pads of its feet in a way that made you very thankful for the bars We had a passenger or two one of whom was a young girl who went by the name of Hilda Sandford Directly the old man set eyes on her trim figure and her wealth of golden hair he was struck all of a heap so to speak and I could see that he was promising him self a mighty pleasant voyage The other passenger was a strange lean wiry man who wore gold eyeglasses and kept peering about tho ship In a most uncomfortable way He gave his name as Professor Hay though we didnt find out what he pro fessed until later An hour or two before we started this Mr Hay came up to the old man and began asking him a lot of ques tionsCaptain he said nervously I hope we shall have a quiet passage 1 dont see why we shouldnt said Hoskins genially Mr Hay looked up at the sky There seems to be A good deal of wind about be said Pretty fair said Hoskins Thats whats going to take us home Not being a steamer we cant do without It Youre sure its quite safe asked Hay Safe says the old man getting OB his high horse safe Im sailing this ship Tin Professor smiled apologetically You will excuse me Captain he said I did not mean any offence The fact Is I am constitutionally ner BYS I us on ship bonrQ It Is a feeling that I have never been able to overcome The old man looked at him with a sort of goodnaturedc Youve no call to be alarmed ho maid well take you to England safe enough The Professor smiled again and walked off into the waist where we had fixed up the lions cage It leemed to have a sort of attraction for him for he stood before It for at least fi quarter of an hour Hosklns looked after him and then turned to Miss andford who was sitting near Nice sort of chap to have on a hip he snldA man like that ought to stick to dry land Well you know I have a fellow- S feeling for him Captain she an eweredTm afraid ofthe sea myself Ab1 he said but youre a woman you see A bit of fear Is all right In ITwoman Its natural to them But with a man Its different A man IKJbt to be afraid of nothing And are you not afraid of Captain ebtasked Not I said Hosklns You can have the biggest storm ever hatched by tfae China Sea and Ill thank you for It It brlutcf out ill the good la a man 1tIDIC to ccbt p ayH taxed v to It said Hoskins modestly A brave man and a pretty woman are two of the finest sights in creation They ought always to be together There was something in his tone that made her blush and though she agreed with him she took the tlrst opportunity of clearing off to another part of the deck Shortly afterwards we put to sea For the next few days we had the best weather and everything went smoothly I could see one or two things that set me thinking The first was that the old man was making himself uncommonly attentive to Miss Sandford The second was that Mr Hay In a quiet and timid sort of way was thinking a good deal of her too For my part I thought the girl fancied Hay rather than Hosklns and though she couldnt avoid the old man and could not help listening to his sea yarns I could see her eyes turning forwards towards the waist where Hay was putting in his time looking at the lion One afternoon the skipper was sit ting beside Miss Sandford on the poop deck when Hay came up the com panion and made his way towards themTheres something I want to tell you Captain he said Its getting on my mind and making me qulteun comfortable That man whose busi ness it is to look after the lion isnt doing his work properly The animal Isnt getting enough food It Is developing a savage nature And yesterday when I went to see the man about it I found that he was Intoxicated I really think you should Interfere Of course the old man should have Interfered But he didnt like being told his duty by the little Professor when the girl was about so he just sneered- I si pose youre afraid of the beast escaping he said- I should certainly regard It as un fortunate the little man replied You see a drunken man might be careless about the fastenings I must really insist upon your speaking to himHes not one of my crew said Hoskins I have enough to do to look after them If any of them get drunk theyll hear of It But this chap Is a passenger even If he is only a steerage one He can do as he likes with his spare time If youre so darned frightened about the beast youd better look to the fastenings yourselfExcuse me said the Professor stiffly that Is not my business The animal does not belong to me I have done what I believe to be my duty and can say no more He turned away without even a glance at the girl That man said Hoskins looking after him is frightened of hit own PUSHED AT THE LION LOOKING IT STRAIGHT BETWEEN THE contempt anything 11t1Dtl especially shadow Let mo Rive you a bit of fatherly advice Miss Sandford When you are looking for a man to marry never select a coward A girl like you wants someone who will protect her in times of danger someone she can rely on and look up to Im not thinking of getting marred she said shyly But when I do Ill bear your advice in mind Captain Thats it said Hosklns Think over It carefully And as for getting married Id bo glad if youd think over that too She otarted with a frightened look Oh Captain I she said Please dontMiss SandfordI he said Hilda havent you a word for a poor old sea man who worships the very ground you tread on Think over it None but the brave deserve the fair you knowYou mustnt speak like this she exclaimed rising as though she were distressed You aro older than I am and I dont know that you are a bravo man I have only your word for It Please flont speak to me about this againThe old man saw that he had gone t06 far ValtI the said dont be frightened I promise Hot to iaya W6rd we reach weather Ill show you the sort of man I am I should love a bit of dan ger for your sake About a week later the girl was sitting on the poop deck reading a book The old man was marching up and down with a quarterdeck trot casting glances at her and thinking how pretty she was when suddenly he uttered a howl that would have frightened an elephant and sprang into the port mizzen rigging 1 was near at the time and I looked at him wonder- Ing whether he had gone mad Then I saw what he had seen and I went up to the starboard uiizzcn shrouds as quickly as he had gone up the port ones The girl raised her head and gapeddownfor some time he could only wake facesitLook look he yelled at last come up the rigging The lion Is looseShe sprang to her feet and looked about hartNot four yards away from her tho lion was playing with a coil of rope the terrible claws alternately exposing and sheathing themselves The creature was paying no sort of attention to the girl at the moment lint of course It might take it Into Its head to spring on her at any instant As she stood she was cornered between the stern of the ship and the cabin door There was nothing to bo riggingShehigh and she could not manage it when she realized that I thought she was going to faint Hoskins was Just going down to give her a hand but at that moment the lion looked up and saw him and lashing its tall gave a muffled roar The old man stuck where he was then and sort of shivered all over like a Jelly As fir the girl she moaned despairingly and gave herself up for lost Just thenout of the cabin came Professor Hay He took one look around and saw the lion Then he picked up a broom washingdecksdeckhouse and pushed at the lion with it looking it straight between the pushIngengeInhe had It safely fastened In he came astern again looking not the least bit excited or worried and put the broom carefully back in Its place The girl was looking hard at him and her eyes tobecome down the rigging and was looking a trifle ashamed of himself lie pushlIonsupThatof work Sir couldnthaveOh Its nothing said the Pro fessor It was my business I have tan d wild animals After that he seemed to dismiss tho wentdownhimlatersomethingImportant andbeganshe cut him short Captain Raskins she said do you remember advising me to marry a brave man- I 1 do said Hosie Ins a bit puzzled Well sho said softly he asked me yesterday and Im going to take your advice thntbrnverycustomwayhomeshow himseltSketch- LOVE AND ADVENTURE TUB THEME OF TILE STIRRING SERIAL STORY BY SIR CONAN DOYLE CREATOR OFSUER LOCK HOLMES This Exceptional Story HighlyI Illus trated WUI Start In the Next Issue of This Magazine SectionBe Sure of Your Subscription so as Not 10 Miss the First Chapters We have arranged for the publi cation In 1C issues of the thrilling story of love and adventure The White Company by Sir A Conan Doyle author of MIcah Clarke The Study In Scarlet Sign of the Four and the Shorter Sherlock Holmes Detective Stories The White Company to write which Mr Doyle read 123 contem porary books Is a tale of the battles of Englands Knight Errants her redoubtable men atarms and her won drous longbowmen during the period when all France was harried by the famous Black Prince In those times when gunpowder was Just coming to be used In a crude form the English longbowman could send his gray goose shaft with deadly effect a dls tanc of 420 yards or practically a quarter of a mile The bows were made of yew tough and springy and the arrows were of ash long and feathered and straight So we toast all together To the gray goose feather And the land where the gray goose flew The White Company Is the sequel to Mr Doyles great story Sir Nigel for which he received Twentyfive Thou sand Dollars In presenting the revised White Company we are offering our many readers one of the most stirring and powerful stories written by any mod ern author A Russian does not become of age until he Is twentysix At the recent Grecian ntbletlc games Poe RnsHlnna mnde n particularly poor showing In tun sprinting or running contests notwithstanding their extensive Manchurian training The Washington Post says that that ImprisonedforKaisers horses will hereafter curb and bridle his temper a bit Should think he would tibe1apaneseGenerntICurok Donald who mysteriously disappeared or l RtoryIspeople asi Uifjr know rotor of per SEASONABLE FADS r Unique and Striking Designs in Hair Ornaments Hat Pins and Necklaces This year has Its share of fads and frills quite as much as any that are past and these are used with no small degree of art and precision One might almost think that the days of barbarism had returned so wide and fervid Is tho craze for beads buckles and bracelets were it not for the fact that each article which Is donned gains that distinction by reason of its harmony or contrast Color plays a great part in the present sartorial drama and the fashionable woman is always seeking for effect in its use Bends In the form of necklaces are worn in till colors and they are used to further accentuate some color tone In the costume The necklace worn with the lingerie blouse is often chosen to snatch the hat and gloves or to offer a becoming note of contrast to a mono tone ensemble A girl of today does not own one necklace but a dozen some of them expensive but the majority costing from 2 to 5 each Some very beautiful shades of green and amethyst are seen In these beads while amber is returned to favor with a vengeance Among the prettiest necklaces recently seen are those of shell from Honolulu with coloring of wondrous beauty They come In all of the pastel shades while the bluegrays greens pale yellows and old rose are beautifully combined The shells are very small and alive with color The necklaces are often long enough to wind several times about the neck Hatpins too are causing consider able Interest this year appearing In all manner of fantastic shapes and In rare colorings The same idea of harmony Is adhered to with these quite ns much as In the choice of a necklace Those pins with heads of amber are considered especially smart with black hats as well as those of tan and brown while almost every fashionable color may be matched In hatpins of crystal or other persuasion Some very dainty heads of Dresden china are hand painted and tinted with the delicate colors fo wear with the white and flower hints Carrying out this Idea of artistic adornment are the flowers of soft satin ribbon which trim many dainty frocks and hats The gloss of the rib bon as well as its softness and ex quisite shadings give to the blossoms of ribbon a rare beauty which is sel dom seen in those of silk or velvet Rare little bunches of violets or wild roses made of satin ribbon arc free quently worn as bodice decoration in stead of the real flowers and while they prove an excellent suggestion of the flowers themselves they have the added charm of not crushing and of being always fresh A lady of fashion recently sailing for Europe carried several beautiful little corsage boquets of this kind There has been a greater demand for fancy combs and hair ornaments this year than for sometime past I1tad- dressing has reached Its height during the past few years and coiffures were never more exquisitely arranged It Is small wonder then that the demand for combs has been so great Here the Idea of suitability is still followed and while the comb must be that in best harmony with the costume the little bar or other shaped pin which holds the stray locks at the neck must match the comb These are In all prices One very striking and attrac tive comb seen recently was of a composition resembling amber A huge dragon fly spread Its wings across till top In beautifully shaded metal giving the effect of iridescence In coloring The price was 350 Another of tor toise shell mounted in solid gold with dainty designs of leaves and berries was five Inches wide and cost 2150 The fruit was carried out in small Oriental pearls the centre ou being a large fresh water pearl In spite of the good mutations which can be had the real shell Is unequalled for light ness and durability Margaret Anglia 7Margaret Anglin who refused to proceed with the third net of 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Ia taglIiAUUIYI t he t J j j I i I ii 1ST OF HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES Louisville where Homecoming eek fcr Kentnckians is to be given one 1817 is preparing to cover itself rtth glory in the programme of mnsement and entertainment provide d for its many thousand guests The event begins on Wednesday face 18 with u Dig reception and wel omlng at the new Armory built at- be cost of nearly half million dollars ind which is the second larcest bulldog of the kind in the country Mr enry Watterson editor of the Cou ier Journal j Hon J 0 W Beck am Governor of Kentucky and Hon aul C Barth mayor of Louisville vill deliver the addresses of welcome nd they will be responded to by the Ion David H Francis ot St Louis Immediately following there will be a very pretty ceremony in which Miss Louise Lee Haniin of Denver Col the young lady who suggested Home Coming Week fcr Kentuckians will e decorated with u handsome medal At 8 oolocu there will be a handsome arade of eight divisions devoted to utbmoblles open carriages traps ndems tallybos tour in hands and oats together with an exhibition of re tignting apparatus of antebellum aYd and of the present period The oral parade will close with the crown ng of the queen At night there will be a big Phil larmonic oncert in the armory I Thursday will be known as Stephen Collins Poster Day opening with the pnveiling in the new armory of statue for Stephen Collins Foster who SPORT OF S S- CONVENTION Elbe Annual convention of the Breck jpridge county Sunday School Associa tion was held at Garfield June 12 ft Friday evening Mr E A Fox gave steroptican lecture which was quite Interesting I SaturdayForenoon Session was pened by singing All Hall tbe Power of Jesus Name tollowed with an earnest prayer by M P Compton devojIonI Richardson gave a most heatty elcome Response by Rev Thompson Tho Meaning and Pnrwose of this convention County Presidentrs Tho Salvation ot Souls In Dr White worths address Tde Real Wurk for a Real Sunday School he reversed lis subject stating that a real Sunday school consisted or a Christian Super ntendant and Christian teachers and heir real work was teaching the Bible How and why you should have a ome Department in every Sunday school was clearly brought out by ilr Fox Miss Bettln Taylor read a SOMETHINGDOING CONTENTS Of Ou- rMAGAZINE SECTIONFor NEXT WEEK Be SureTo Get It SOMETHINGDOING wrote my Old Kentucky Home erected out of subscriptions from the school children of Kentucky and ulti mately to oe placed in the new capitol in cause of construction at Frankfort Addresses on this occasion will be made by the Hon Sidne P Redding of Little Rock Ark acd the Hon R W Miller of Richmond Ky Songs written by Foster will be sang by a chorus of one thousand school children The statue will be unveiled by Mrs Marian Foster Welsh of Allegheny Pa only daughter of Foster Friday will be called Daniel Boone day It will witness another unveiling that of Daniel Boone This ceremony will be in Cherokee ParK where the statue has been oermanently plxued Following the unveiling ceremonies there will be a reproduction of an Indian attack on Fort Booneaboro one of the spectacular features ot Home Coming Wee The daywill close with old fashioned dances on a special arranged dance floor over the tennis courts of the park At night a pageant somewhat along the linos of those of the veiled Pro phet at St Louis and during Mardi Gras at New Ui leans will present to the visitors in a series of fourteen floats the epochs of Kentucky history The pageant will end at the armory where Daniel Boone will be escorted to the ball room floor and welcomed by a queen and court typifying a reception of Old Knintuck This ball will be the largest function of the kind helpful paper on Character building Mr Fox impressed this thought that we as teachers should teach as a priviledge and pleasure and not as a duty Four of our district secretaries were present with good reports showing an increase in the work since last year Twentysix schools vere represented and reported amount paid on associa tion worn from our county is 1315 1500 has been pledged from three Scoools Irvington Baptist and Pres byterian and Webster Methodist Sun day Schools making a total 110315 Now if each School will pay their ap portionment we will collect the f125 amount our county has been assesed Appointment ot committees DoxologyAfter and prayer Mr Fox told ns How to Improve the Sunday School 1 Have n Sunday School Pastor Let him be a leader 2 A Good Superintendent 3 Good Teachers 4 Good sexton one that will have the church clean and comfortable All working together will imrovo tbe Sunday School Those that have heard Mrs Piggott before know that she gave us an excel lent talk on The Teaching that Touches and Tells Wish I had time ever given in the South On greater Kentucky day Saturday June 10tthe programme will divided between Frankfort the capital of the State and Louisville At noon at Fiankiort the cornerstone will be laid All living exGovernors of Kentucky will participate with Governor J C W Becham in these ceremonies Tbe other exercises will be held in Louis villeThere will be a reception at 830 oclock in Central Park ro all visitors given in honor of distinguished ex Kentuckiang present This will je followed by ceremonies in the same park ever the Lincoln Birth place Cabin which has been Kindly loaned to the Home Coming Week Associa Non by its New York ownersAddress es will be made by the Hon Adlal E Stevenson of Illinois and Mr Henry Watterson The cabin will be exhibit ed througnont the weeK at Central para it will be exhibited long the entire route from New York In the evening there will be a rally of Ken tricky societies of other States in the new armory The closing day will be known as Till ws Meet Again All of the pul pits of Louisvilles churches will be filled in the morning by visiting min isters and in the afternoon there will be Childrens services in Central Park Cherokee Park and Shawnee Park At night there will oe vaspor servi ces in the armory and addresses by distinguished sons of Kentucky and space to give the many good points she made but am sure that all of ns gained thoughts that will help to teach more effectively to realize more since we heard the discussion on Teachers Training that every Sun day School should have a teachers meetingThe but spiritual little sermon by Rev Hughes was enjoyed and ape preciated by all Mr Dowell encouraged us to work more in tae Sunday School as the statistics showed that 50 or 00 percent of the Christian people toddY come out for the Sunday School Does it pay 1 As Mr Rafferty was absent Rev Thompson suggested many helpful things How to Make the Sunday School Go Mr Fox related an incident about what had been accomplished in one or two counties as the result of House to House visitation Which should put renewed zeal in us Report of committee on Nominations and Resolutions We your committee on nominations recommend the fol lowing persons for the various emcee of the Interdenominatomal S S Association for Breckenridge county- T B Henderson Pres Miss Nan Lyddau Sec J L Gray and John Burn Vice PresMrs WJ Piggott Supt Teachers I m qtBn I THE WHITE COMPANYI IBeginning of the great romantic story by ConanI Doyloa Sequelto Sir Nigel handsomely I INELLIE GRANT SARTORIS ISketch of the lovely White House bride of the days ofIGeneral GrantII HOMESITEN ACRE FARM HOMESI LINGERE FASflIONSI I ORDERED BY THE GOVERNMENT I ITO DOUBLE COTTON CROPI i Dbyou I want a dolly pa per for 100The NEWS and the Louisville daily HERALDboth one year for200 The HERALD is a live paper and gives the news of the world from pole to pole in a bright interesting way THE NEWS Training M P Compton Supt House to House visitation Jesse Whltworth Supt Howe Dept Miss Norris Kurtz Supt Primary Dept S C Dowell J W Harrington T B Henderson W D SmithCommittee Committee on Resolutions Resolved 1st That we the teem bars ot breckenridge county Sunday School Convention wish to express our thanks tor the ctnistian influence and the great work this interdenomina tional movement 2nd That we tender our thanks to Mr K A Fox our State Secretary for his helpful presence and ellioient work and we hope tnat the many good things from him may be carried to the respective schools of our count 3rd To tue good people of Garfield we wish to express our sincere tbanks for the temperal and spiritual provisions for the day 4th That we wish to express to the choir our thanks for the inspira tion and helpful influence ot soul thrilling musIcII 5th That we thank the county papers for the helpful advertisement of our Sunday School work Oth That we extend our thanks to our faithful county offlrers who have so willinglyl so faithfully and so effici ently preformed the duties ot the offices 7th Be offered our tbanks to our Heavinly Father for the day It has been one of great benediction to us as individuals and as a great Sunday School body Miss Bettie Taylor Miss Nan Lyddan Miss Cora Mathews Convention closed by singing God Be Vlth You Till We Meet Again Philip Hindus and eonof McQuady were here last week on business Corfu History Corfu Is one of those Greek Islands which like the Isle of Man has frt quently been bought and sold For 30 000 ducats the Venetians once secured it and with a fleet of galleys and i strong garrison held It for many years agaInst all comers Chief of the Ionian Islands Corfus vicissitudes may bo said to have ended when on the acces sloe of King George of Greece Eng land which had held sway from 1813 to 1803 handed over the Seven Is land state to that monarchs keeping To the heat of the first naval power In the world the waters of Corfu have a unique interest for it was hero that the first recorded sea fight took place In B C GG5 between the Corinthians and the Islanders Of course victory fell to the Islanders then as now They were a crafty people and when tho Persian wars were in full swing cautiously waited to see how tho oriental cat would Jump They Jumped with the victor The people of the town of Corfu are practically bilingual for Italian has almost as firm n hold as Greek hut theyalove the Greek church better than the Roman The Ilrokcn Covenant One old fashioned divine of my early youth preached every Sunday upon The Broken Covenant At length the long Hiiffvring parishioners could stand It no longerI drill u deputation was or gnnlxcd to visit tIll manse The depu tation Informed the minister that they were extremely weary of hearing con tinually of till broken covenant1 and that there was a generall desire to have at least one now sermon You shall have It wild the worthy minister In conciliatory strain you shall have a perfectly now sermon next Sunday Accordingly the church was fuller than usual trod n thrill of satisfaction ran round when the text was announced in these words And the cup was found In IJoiiJiunlns sack Let me tell you my friends wild the preach er time day Is coming when all your sacks will be ryplt Anil what think you will lie founif lu them Yes what will be found lu them Again I ask you what will be found In thorn The first thins found In them will be till broken covenant on which I will now proceed to spear at great length Thus was hope dnslied to the ground and the congregation fell back into the estate of utter misery in which they Imil listened to that dismal orator on many past dnysLoudon Standard George Younger who worked at tho Shops here and went to Louisville to enter the service of the L N has recently accepted a position in WalK ers flowersliop at Louisville Miss Bertba Wilson returned to OwenaboTo Monday after a stay with relatives PRESS THE BUTTON r v SlmplutSnrntSafeatIiandleatand SjlffilUng Pen No glut filler no Ink toplneo clogging or baking You limply prey the button u In the filljrln a Sub writes the InaUnt It touches the paper I III I No if wltb 14 karat pen point finett vulcanized rubber and runT guaranteed Eagle Fluidband25 250Eatlesize 300with gold 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CONSUMPTION r I r i r i i t i i i i f l i i i ii i i i ii i ii i I i Il Z t Zi i 4 i 4r t i rV1 0A r J V I +r + i t I Ifij t j j f I t I V t ttf J r j s t ttE- M I w I 1 I Y 2 r yk- J TO BREED UP A DISEASE Efforts of the Government to Start a PlaQue Among Destructive Varmints GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL Did you over see u rat or mouse or wild rabbit sick from what might be termed naturalI causes f Any one who can contribute such an animal to the Department of Agriculture may unwittingly confer a boneflt of millions of dollars annually on this country What the Department wants Is a fatal and contagious malady which It Is working hard to get now but up to date till work Is merely promising there having been no sails factory result to word So If any ont has n hutch of rabbits swept off by a sudden and mysterious disease or If he notices any swift and sudden mortality among the rats anti mice In his locality that may be the very thing the Department is looking for PRAIRIE DOGS One of tin Pests of the West and one of tho rodonts should be forthwith dispatched to Secretary II4on IIe will be glad to set It Of course every one knows that tli gopher problem Is a serious one IIn rattbit pest tins at times threatened 1 to devastate Australia andI even Pal forma Altogether the small animal do u great amount of damage hut most people do not realize what 1- 1aggregate really IL Yet In one com ty of the state of Washington last year field mice destroyed at llst half a million dollar worth of prop orty while In the saute time wolvc In Wyoming alone mulcted the stud men of 1000000 worth of cattle while tho damage from field mice aud similar little varmints throughou the United States especially In the West and South amounted to many millions TASK OP TIIK SCIENTISTS To cope with these pests is one of the most Interesting tasks of the biological survey of the Deportment of Agriculture It has peen workIn In a quiet way for several years and has bout come to the conclusion that al lthough It Is possible to trap polsoi nd otherwise reduce the pests In many instances the thing that Ie really needed Is a oontajflous dlseaci that can be bottled up In the labor story and distributed to do Its owl work on an infinitely more offectlvi scale than can traps and poisons Tint there Is some such disease or tint one can be produced the wlcn lists of time department do not doubt Time trouble up to ditto has Meet to find It The biological survey Is working In conjunction with th bureau of animal Industry Some promising lends have lieen struck hut none of theta have turned out to uo just what was wanted For Instance while they are working with one disease now that Is fatal to a certuli breed of Held mice It will not touch others and the rats laugh at It InII conscious Immunity AlsoI there plenty of contagious animal discuses that could he turned loose on the rats ground squirrels and rabbits hut a they would kill a horse Just as quickly as they would u rat they are notI wanted ERNEST THOMPSON FIND SKTONS I Some years bock the survey lost Just the chance it has been looking for Ernest Thompson Seton was P- In Canada whore there was a pest ol rabbits and noticed that they were rapidly dying out Some mysterious disease was carrying them off and It was not long before the country was almost cleared of them He realized that this disease might prove valuable and managed to cntch some sick rub hits which he shipped to n laboratorj In New York but the problem was not Just In the biologists line and he did not realize the immense Importance raRpll1ftilt for similar occurrences and If time t iportunlty offers will make the most tf them There Is a field mouse disease that Is harmless to domestic animals alt the survey Is trying hard to make It virulent enough to do business with some of tho larger pests It promise well but the scientists have had too many disappointments to ho bragghif In advance They are however net ually trying to reinforce the dlscaw and make It worse than It hits provec up to date This Is getting pretty deep Into the network of germology am toxic science It means really breeding up disease germs on somewhat the same plan that plants and animals ant r now bred by the department nut there Is a hope that they may be nil to do something with It An how they are trying There has been a number of reports from abroad of the wonderful things foreign bacteriologists have succccdei In doing In the line of contagious dls cases for small animal pests butt though cultures have been boughtt abroad and tried faithfully here nc results have ever been obtained Some have proved fatal to tilE of the germs animals that Ate them but tho same IA otafl7t of POtsox that caD1 w c I iltJ be bought by time pound and spread on brend The contagious quality has not developed yet In any of the foreign cultures tried TUB UABLUT PEST The biological survey has been able to do n good deal In n practical way with the rabbit pest Some time ago the forest service set up a howl of In dignation It had planted some hun dred thousand young trees nursery stock In one of the California forest reserves and the rabbits ate them up In about n week Then It seeded several hundred acres with white pine to restore the land after a lire and the rabbits cheerfully set to work dug up all the seeds and ate them But the biologists were loaded for rabbit so to speak and they furnished the forest iwoplo with ar harmless wash to soak their pine nuts in before plant hag and with a cheap dip for the nursery stock which a self resJectin f rabbit will no more nibble than will an ordinary human being smell automobile odor for a perfume In this the biologists confessed took a leaf out of the book of the Pluto and other desert dwelling in- dians The flutes have been caching food supplies of pine and pinion nut In the desert for hundreds of years anti they found that the rabbits the ground squirrels and prairie dog would clean out their cache But they found by experience that there was a little desert weed that the ground animals disliked excessively and that anything dipped In a ten steeped from the bark of the weed was rabbitproof for a long time thereafter So the rabbits were checkmated or that play and the forest officers have no more trouble froii that quarter PLAOUE OK THE WOLVES But It Is the very presence of the forest reserves that has bred the present plague of timber wolves Ir time West No hunting Is allowed hi the reserves and they form nurseries for game of all sorts But It seems that they breed wolves quite as fast as they breed anything else of which fact the cattle raisers have been made painfully aware In the days of the buffalo on the plains thousands of wolves lived on time herds When the buffalo were killed off the wolves disappeared also till there was not one whore there used to be a thousand Then time cattle men began to stock the ranges and the wolves found conditions much the sane as In the buffalo days They promptly multiplied and Increased till they are now doing an Immense byIMr Vernon Bailey one of its best men to study the wolf problem and he has been shoeing and snowshoeing through Wyoming und Montana while the snow was on the ground and the wolves were particularly easy to track und study lIe has not done any shooting but Is trying time effects of poisons and traps But the wolves are about as cunning as foxes and after you have trapped and poisoned a few in a given district the rest grow wary und the poisons and traps are re- mcraftytthatathey e ows ai IIdi fC strychnine or arsenic they drop It andI look for something else to oat Whether or not the be ablesomecwill to kill them oil with goust disease is a question but they are rapidly becoming as great a pest andI far snore dangerous than the smaller varmint i a L r Egg Farms of California Many yearsago McOKEW I assisted a frleni In the loading of n car of poultry for California This car was shipped from Central Ohio und the fowls contalnci therein were very well selected fron flocks of desirable varieties Tilt owner of this car crossed tho conti nent In care of his birds nUll settled In Central California Reports from there a few years later told a direful story of the Impossibility of success In poultrygrowing In California- It Is unnecessary to relate the many troubles experienced except to say that the amateur In poultry at that time Imagined that the birds would live and prosper In the California cll mate without proper shelter within houses during the cold damp weather A close study of these conditions has entirely eliminated all these mis takes and today there Is no place In the United States where there Is an enthusiasm equal to that found throughout California with to this Industry referenclII The construction of the selecting of proper proper caring for them has built up an enormous egg business through that section of the country- In the neighborhood of Pctaluma more Leghorn fowls are probably kept For producing the whiteshelled eggs for the California city markets than mil be found within the same number of miles In any other place In the ivorld One enthusiastic visitor to that locality has made the statement that very acre In the fifty thousand acres dsited contained n hundred Leghorns The climate of Southern California the beauties of the scenery the pleas ure of fruit cultivation and the profitable growing of poultry have attracted many hundreds to that section to em bark In these pursuits under pleasant conditionsA Brownlow who purchased a few acres of ground in that locality ten years ago has built up for himself with time assistance of his wife and hlldren a most profitable combination jf poultry fruit bees and squabs all af which thrive continually under the softer climates of that locality enn Lillng these people to produce broilers very month with a minimum amount if care und attention time fruit and bees being a remarkable source of roflt during the greater part of the vearPROTECTION AGAINST DAMP IMPORTANT- The buildings used for poultry in these localities need not be so expen iive In construction as Is necessary In that portion of the country visited I SCOURGE CATTLE COUNTRY feeding the fowls and the facility with zero weather during the white months Protection from rain damp and vermin Is the mot necessary adjunct to a properly constructed poultry house when the poultry can not run nt large and range over the land There Is no month In the year In which they can not timid more or less animal and vegetable life for food the range This 12 months of food supply reduces the expense very materially In IANI OUT DOOR BROODER AND FLOCK OF YOUNG WHITE LEGHORNS with which squab breeders can fl their birds at large continually add vigor and strength to the brccdln stock which naturally assists in th quick growth and size obtained In th squabsThe quotation of egi 8 dressy poultry and squabs In the CallfornI market while not the equal of th New York and Boston markets wll grade well In value with the nverag markets ot bur larger Inland cities Ww expend of living ail to too h It lend other necessities Is not sc high as In the colder parts ol the country as much of It Is usually produced near at hand All of these things combine to make the regions of Southern California most attractive to poultry growers who muj be seeking n softer climate to lessen the aggravation which the rigors of winter heap upon some member of the family Many have gone then seeking a place merely to benefit their health and have been much improve by so doing but they have also boom able to make a living for thomselvc and their families through the com blnatlou above describedrALL CANNOT SUCCEED All do not succeed This can not bin any following of life Those do succeed usually have more or les experience In the business before they embark upon ft The failures com to the Inexperienced and those who are unable to contend with the difficulties always confronting one In the upbuilding of n new home In any Ic calltyWhat are known In the San Francisco market as range eggs the Nt 7 York market designate as freshlaid1 eggs Ranch eggs of California are the freshlaid eggs that are brough direct to the market and sold as such During November and December last this quality of eggs sold In the mar Cots of San Francisco ns high as fifty one cents a dozen and as low as thirty cents influenced no doubt by the sup ply and demand governing this product In every locality Eggs sold In Chicago during the rear of 1005 as low as fifteen cents In San Francisco the lowest price quoted for the year was fourteen ents When the lesser expense ol arlng for them Is considered the ad antages or profit from poultry ow- Ing should be fully equal to If not bettor than would be the same pursuit In lllnois BUSINESS METHODS IN FARMING uccessful Kansas Farmer Who Has Kept Trace of Receipts and Expenditures for Twenty Years the Kansas City Journal of the success of A L Holllnger n welltodo Cansas farmer who opened a set of oaks when he began farming twenty years ago and who has kept his accounts as accurately as a bank does Its The other day he struck a trial balance and found himself 50000 to the good He has now retired from the farm and will make a tour of America The compilation of his long record eglnnlng with 18SO shows the total gures given ns follows has alsed 5205 acres of wheat a yearly vcrage of over 203 acres and on thllt urea has raised 98701 bushels or- an average per acre for twenty years of 18 f bushels During all the two ecades henever lad an entirefailure of wheat although an average of 11 bushels an acre In came very near toItHis corn record Is equally Interest- Ing He has raised 2840 acres of corn a yearly average of 142 acres The total number of bushels was 72 G72 or an average per acre for twenty cars of 25FJ bushels Tho corn THE OF TilE upon OF who He 1895 made two entire failures one In 18D5 and one In 1901 In 1895 It was very near a failure only 3 bushels per acre Less attention was paid to oats and only G70 acres were raised This averaged for the twenty years 25th bushels per acre In all these figures the number of acres sown Is given and c the number of bushels harvested During the twenty years said Mr Holliugcr 1 have aimed to carry enough cattle to use up the rough ness and the corn raised on the farm usually from 100 to 400 head Of late years I have paid more attention to cattle and alfalfa and have fount that It was a far more reliable com bination than purely grain farming It which I was chiefly engaged In the N earlier time of my experience There Is no question but that any Intelligent farmer can make a competency ark support his family In abundant com I fort In central Kansas I have dons no more than any of my neighbors didjj or might have done Eich yeT th same Income approximately can bo secured If the work Is carefully planner and such crops are raised as areadaptet to Kansas soil and Kansas climate As nn example of Mr Holllnger stock raising It may be mentioned tim he came to Kansas City recently with 9DOO worth of stock which he sold off his farm Ho has lived on the same place for thirtythree years an- is not leaving Kansas because he IIsI entirely satisfied with his wealth butt because he wants to give his family a broader education and to secure recreation for himself I think I have enough to keep me from want ho said and I am entitled to get some thing more out of life than I have heretofore done- GREAT BEAR COUNTRY Representative Bede of Mlnnesot a Tells the President About BIll Game Huntlnc in Duluth How It happened that the war correspondents at Washington found out about J Adam Bcdos conference o l bears with President Roosevelt does not appear However a full report cIf the Minnesota Congressmans tales has been made and was made public In tho New York Evening Post 1 It makes an alluring document Mr Bed who Is the acknowledged wit of the House sought the President with the friendliest intention You like to shoot bears said Jadam diplo natically Mr Roosevelt admitted It I But you dont have to go into the wIld West for your snort went on the Minnesota statesman Think of this act thirteen bears wire shot in the streets of Duluth last yearIn Duluth the pride of the Northwest that beautiful city on the great unsalted d sea The statement had a perceptible fleet on the President and Mr Bed vas encouraged to go on Its the only place In the whole world Mrr President where you can go bear hunting by trolley car under the electric light and on asphalt pavements Ve have all the conveniences so dear to the heart of the true sportsman md without leaving your hunting round you can walk across the to the mail box and drop in a posta card to your friends telling them al bout the game you have bagged With the Congressman was a Duluth onstltuent a lady with firsthand knowledge of bear hunting in thatt city She added her corroborative tatement Oh yes Mr President II short time ago a friend of mine 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announce its early appear ance in the Magazine Section Be sure to get the initial chapters as ItJisa stirring tale that will hold your interest from firat tO Jalti1 I Ko I wa nY lritttan4 J Ite J WEm I FAIBOt seldo ex1reIla Iln 11 Illl 11K llC 11- Levc 1 LotJel el1i SkiS p01 sic at pi u pi EI f M Np i I TtFs I jj e r 1 1c V t tlJ I 11 t lrif i T E r- l 11i I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 HONOR FOR- ROBERT E WOODS Courier Journal Washington June 6The President today decides to appoint Robert E Woods postmaster at Louisville to suc ceed Dr T H Baker The nomina tion will probably be sent to the Sen ate tomorrow and it is expected that by the 15th of toe month Mr Woods will oe confirmed and will take charge of the Louisville post olllce The election of Mr Woods brings to a close a long straggle during which the names of scoie of candidates were considered with the result that Postmaster General Cortelyou finally decided to recommend to the Presi dent the selection of Mr Woods Tho President who long ago decided to leave the case entirely in the hands of the Postmaster General at once said that he would make the appoint ment NEVER AN APPLICANT Telegram Announcing Appointment Surprise to Mr Woods Robert E Woods who it was an nOl ncel last night had been ap pointed postmaster of Louisville as compromise between the warring fac tions as the choice for place now occu pled by Postmaster T H Bakeris on I of the bestknown attorneys in Louis vine He has been a resident of Louis ville for the past thirteen years raving come trom Cloverpoit wher- he was reared He was born nea Hardinsbnrg Breckenridge county In his early manhood he taught school in his native county Shortly attar tating up the study of law he went to Washington and entered tb old Columbia University which is now known as George Washington Univer pity Mr Woods was graduated with Honors from the law Department Came to Louisville to Practice After obtaining his license to practice law Mr Woods came to Louis vine He first entered the law office of Fairleigh Strauss He was subsequently assistant county attorney under John Fnlts Jr Eight years ago the law firm of Barr Woods was formd The firm has offices in the Louisville artist Building and enjoys a lucrative practice Ten years ago Mr Woods married Miss Jennie Harrison of Lebanon Ky He has two children He resides at 2109 Brook street Personally Robert Woods has always ben popular and has hosts of frientis among those whose party affiliations WerA otherwise than with him Mr Woods has always been an ar dont Republican and active in politics in Louisville He was never regarded as an extreme purtisan although when he went into a campaign be was fqllI of zeal and nbver gave upI until he had to Mr Wood watt a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney on the Republican ticket iu 1897 but wasI defeated In 19113 Mr Woods was the Republican nominee for Cureuit Judge and was again defeated Defeat never seemed to have had depressing effect on him and he was Always ready to pick hisHifatfl and come agai- nHARDINSBURCII T Will Pate of Clover port was in the city Friday on a business tripGross and John J Williams of Hartford are visiting Ernest and Arthur Harwell Edward Dillon and Frank Mercer f Wore in Irvington Fridayff Miss Fannie Smith left yester day for Elizahcthtown whore sheff will visiti relatives Nathaniel Shellman who hasf f been sick with typhoid fever isff convalescentMiss Haswell returned homo Thursday fron Carnthers ville Mo- Judge J Matthias Miller and Dr- Y A Walker attended the dis trict conference of the M EoI church South held at Hodgen ville last we- ekBuyF Hair atAuction At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on auctionsale principles going going gone I Stop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way The best kind of a testimonial It Sold for over sixty years Mail nuwuoAwturera or PECTORAL Gt1ERRYr r TERRIBLE ECZEMA ON LITTLE BOY Mouth and Eyes Covered With CrustsFace Itched Most Fear fully Hands Pinned Down to Prevent Scratching S MIRACULOUS CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES 11 When my little boy was six months old he hadeczema The sores extended so quickly over the whole body that we at onto called in the doctor We then went to another doctor but he could not help him and in our despair we went to a third one Matters became so bad that he had regular holes in his cheeks large enough to put a finger Into The food had to be given with aIspoon for his mouth was covered with trusts as thick as a finger and whenever he opened the mouth they began to bleedand suppurate as eyesIlandeback in short the whole body was covered over and over We had no rest by day or night Whenever ne was laid in his bed we had to pin his hands down wouldascratch his lace and make an open sore I think his face must learlutlyI could help and I had made up my mind to send my wife with the child to Europe hoping that the sea air might cure him otherwise he was to be Butedifferentlyrwe soon saw a ours spoke about Cuticura We made a trial with Cuticura Soap Ointment and Resolvent and within ten days or two weeks we noticed a decided improvement Just as quickly as the diee appear and within ten weeks the child war- absolutely weltand hIs skin was smooth and- white as never before F Hohrath President of the C lw Hohrath Company Manufact AlleyJunothroulhoutIhl801iroQsDodooejManedreeeilowtocaretorthsShfn Mrs Walter Hughes left Monday for Seattle Wash where she J will visit her brother Louie B j May Miss Lyta Ford left Sunday for J Louisville where she will be the guest of friends She will also attend the homecoming at Glasgow before returning home The Sunday school of the M Ec daySundayappropriate and the children acquitted themselves well Mr C D E Iloswell made the closing ad dress in which he referred in feelEing terms to the work of the late 111lrsand Sunday school Dr John W Easley President of Union College Barbourvillo Ky will deliver an address at the- M E church next Sunday evening ed on education I TheFiscal Court held a called Mondayit W man to consider road matters All exceptSquire inj port district The musical class of sirs Thomas to II Vitherl gave a recital on the evening of June G and 7 at the opera house A large audience was present each inght and the re cital was throughly enjoyed Mrs Withers was the recipient of many j congratulations upon the success of the musicale IRVINQTON Mrs Lynch of jicQuady is the kndyforAn effort is being made in this ly community to unite the public and private school interests Should if the enterprise succeed the location of the public school building will be changed and the school fund will be supplemented by several 11hundredsshould be fruitless the private beginningSeptember arranged to accommodate it Music taught in the same building Miss Lucile Cunningham completed a very successfulI term on last Friday Her pupils give evi dence of careful and capable in 1 hiphdeprceleave for her homo at Chenault on givoinstructionviolin Miss Edith Marshall left Satur for her home in Louisville after having charge of the private school at this place for over twp years Miss Marshall gave the child ren a picnic on Thursday and clos edthe school on Friday with the final examination Wo regret very much to say that Miss Marshall can not be with us again next year younglady t 1 GARRETT Miss Bert Shaoklett Is very low Love Jordon and family spent Sunday with R H Dowell Julia and Mande Donhan have returned from a visit to their aant Mrs Henry Pate atJCIoverport Fayette Sfaacklett spent the latter part of the week with Miss Lou Shack lettMrs Francis Ritchie has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Clarence Lewis at Hardinsburg- Joe Thompson was the guest of Leon and Albert Fusbee Sunday Mrs J G Roby spent Monday with Mrs John Funk Miss Lena Kituhie and Lam Hamilton spent S inday at Lam Craycroft as the guests ot Miss Bailie Montgom ery of Washington county Conttpation makes the cold drag along Get it out of you Take Kenn edys Laxative Honey and Tar cough syrup Contains no opiates all drug gists The sworn statement of the manu facturers protects you from opiates in Kennedys LaxatlveHoney and Tar the cough syrup that drives the cold out of your system Sold by All druggists t7A J9t T 0 RX4Bean theThe Kind You Haw Always Bottghl BlgBltU of LOW RATES TO THE HOME COMING On account of tbe Home Coming for Kentnokians Louisville Ky The Southern Railway will sell tickets from all of its stations to Louisville at twentyflue12 and 13 with return limit of June 23 maybelater than thirty days from date of sale by depositing ticket with the joint agent and making payment of fifty cent fee An elaborate programme has been arranged and the occasion will prove an exceedingly interesting one to all specialtrains firLouisand other points in the West South west and Southeast and a large nom ber of exKentnokians return toWIll their native State to old friends and relatives Home Coming will be held at a number of points through out tbe State In order to enable those who desire to attend these celebra trans tickets will be sold from Louis villa to points in Kentucky on June 11 17 and 18th to original purchasers of round trip tickets to Louisville account of the Home Coming at rate of one firstclass farts plus twenty five ents round trip minium fifty cents with return limit of Jnly 23 1000 For schedules and additional infor mation call on an agent of the South ern Railway or C H Hnngerford PA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Stomach dosing will not euro catarrh Hyonei and its garm killing will cure the dresses Druggist Short Havnoa loll it on gnarnatee Mr Fred Ferry has reentered the service of the Henderson Route as its local agent Several montns ago he se oared a leave ot absence and ccnueot himself with Gregory JC Co Vivian Pierce who has bsen the local operator intends to go West TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Take LAXATIVE UKOMO Quinine Tablets DrtiRfrlsts refund money If It tails to euro E GHOVES signature Is on cat hoax 25c N W Pate the picnic man was town last week posting bills for pie big event at Tar Springs Jnly 4 Nobe says this picnic will eclipse all others be held this ytttr and will Surpass anything he has ever held Asth ma Sufferers Should Know This Fol ys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were considered hopeless Mrs Adolph Hues ing 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe cola contracted twelve years ago was neglected un tit it finally grow into asthma The best medical skill available could not give me more then temporary rehefI Foleyn Honey and Tar was recom mended and one City cent bottle entire cured me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve years and I hall taken it at the tttart I would have been saved years of suffering Sold by A H Fisher F Mrf Freeman is confined to his ome near tbe city with rheumatism is tbe first time Mr Freeman has not been able to walk to town in many years though he is past seventy How lo Break Up a Cold It may be a suprlse to many to learn that a severe cold can be completely broken up in one or two days time The first symptoms of a cold are a dry loud congh u profens watery die charge from the nose and a thin white coating on the tongue When Chamberlains cough remedy is taken every hour on the first of these symp toms 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 Clint Elliott of Caster was in town Saturday OA IEa TORX A- tZLeas the You Hate Always Bought 8Jptun 1Ipof Mrs John Allen Murray anddangh- ter Miss Donald will attend Rome Coming in Louisville this week TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO ESCAPED I SPRING CATARRH BY TAKING PERUNA Spring Fever Is Spring Catarrh Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Springy Catarrh HBB CTblllo CondonOJ Gained Eighteen Pounds Mrs Hattie Hamilton R F D2 Sparta Ky writes t I have taken two bottles of Poruna and commqnced on the third- I did not really need the third one but thought It a best to take another bottle I have always weighed 102 pounds but since 1 be i firsttimeYour medicine has surely done mo a great deal of good and I gave recommended It to several others e who have begun taking It j My mother who Is 76 years old had grown so weak she could scarcely walk She took two bottles of Feruna and is fleshier and is looking well A Spring Tonic everybody needs a tonicALMOST spring Something to brace the nerves invigorate the brain and cleanse the blood That Peruna possesses such qualities is beyond all questionWe on file thousands of letters which testify to the curative raluo of Peruna in cases of nervous depression and run down conditions of the systemA Typical Letter Mrs Rhoda Stufflobeam Bunch Iowa writes 1 or years I suffered with catarrh of the throat and bronchial tubes I doctored with different physicians but kept getting worse all the time W H Don Dnsko of Louisville is here in the interest of the Loyal Americans of the Republic a fraternal lodgdinFeel Impending Docm The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of Brighta die ease and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Foleys Kidney Care It will care incipient Brigths disease and diabetes and even In the worst cases gives comfort and relief Sight disorders are cured in a few days I had diabetes in its worst form writes Marion M eof Dnnreatb Ind I tried eight physicians without relief Only three bottles of Foleys Kid ney Cure made me awell man Sold by A H Fisher BEWLEYVILXE Rev Roe and Z T Stith were in Hodgcnvillo last weekattend ing Conference Rev George Morris filled Rev Roes appointment at Webster SundayMr and Mrs J A Witt and children of Webster spent Saturday and Sunday with T H Payne and familyrMiss Boyle Cain went to Hen derson Saturday to attend the Womans Missionary Conference Miss Maggie Scott and brother Walter of Illig Spring attended churchservices hero Sunday and Edgarhlardaway John Brown a timber man was accidentally drowned in a pond near here last Tuesday Misses Annie Compton and Ina McCoy Charles McCoy and Finis Claycomb attended churchat Hill Grove Sunday Mrs P YoFoote spent Sunday with her parents Mr and tiers John Cox near Guston Miss Minnie IX Stith Washing Sundayforents We are all glad to have her with us again 1 a Fine For a 1i 3 Letter of Praise 1 Miss Nellie Condon 450 7th Avenue Brooklyn N Y ji writes 3 1 consider Parana Ideal spring tonic For past five years I have taken tt at this time P i of the year and find that It enables me to endure the i variable weather of the spring and the trying heat of II summer jA Pornna affords the most prompt and permanent relief r cases of prostration caused by syetemlal- sx catarrh as verified by many cures on our records This spring I took a cold which settled on my lungs I had such a cough I could not rest at night My friends and I myself thought I had consump tionA friend advised me to try Feruna I bought a bottle and wrote to you for advice Before I had taken one bottle my cough was better so I concluded to give it further trial followed your directions as closely as possible and thanks to you and Pernna I am a well woman today Peruna never falls to prevent spring catarrh or nervous prosfra tlon if taken In time The sincerest tribute that can be paid to superiority is imitation The many imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve that axe now before the public prove it the best Ask for DeWitts Good for burns scalds chaffed skin eczema tetter cuts bruises boils and piles Highly lecommended and relia ble Sold by all druggists Thomas Muter was in town Friday Three Physicians Treeatd Him Without Success W L Ky writes II had auevere case of kidney disease and three ot the best physicians in Kentucky treated me without success I then took Foley s Kidney Cure Thej Hit bottle gave immediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently I gladly recommend this wonderful remedy Sold by A R Hsboi EKRON Miss Eulah McEutire was the guest of her aunt Mrs E A Ensor a few days recently Mrs D S Childs and daugh ters spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Bruner Judge Olloy Richardson of Louisville was among the number from a distance wIo attended- the funeral of E D Richardson Mrs Warfiold spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs S J Brown visitinghisDr Junious Shacklotte spent several days at homo last week Miss Alline Frymiro entertained a number of friends very pleas antly Saturday evening Mrs Sallie Owings was the Mrsi urday sir Goo +Fryroire and family of Hot Springs Ark are expect ed to be among the home comers of Meade county- Mr Hall of Webster was thee guest of Miss Nellie Childs Sun day a- Miss Virginia Richardson spent Tab Bromo Tea sv1lAtitor faces soW M pst 13 ne tbs J Peruna Is Tonic Weary Woman 3A the the Me small nervous YanoyPadncan Peruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Pernna has found per manent use in so many homes Is that It contains no narcotics of any kind Peruna is perfectly harmless if taken according to the directions on each bottle So used it can be taken any length of time without acquiring a drug habit It has no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminates catarrh by re moving the cause of catarrh There are a multitude of homes where Poruna has been used off and on for yearsSuch could not be possible if Peruna contained any drugs of a harmful nature Address Dr Hartman President of the Hartman Sanitarium ColumbusO several days last week at Long Branch the guest of hoi aunt Mre Boss McGhee You cannot induct a fewer animal to eat hartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himeeifand gets well The stomach once overworked must have rest tbe same as your feet or eyes Yoa dont have to rest your stomach KODOCi OR DYSPEPSIA takes up the work for your stomach digests what you eat and gives it a rest Pats it back in condition again Yoa cant feel 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Elys Cream Balms the only remedy for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to allay inflammation to cleanse the clogged airpassages to promote free natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Croam Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents Including spraying tube Mailed by Klyu Bros 60 Warren Street Now York r To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Quinine TlillIipatun c8k J fa 11TOft may 1 4I J I 4 ii p I 1 a- LI i