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M PROLONG LIFE
Dr. , Metchnlkoff, Colaborcr of
Pasteur, Is Praised.
mumble Toller In Field of 8clence
Hm Made Dltcovery Arousing In
terne Interest Took Serum
Paris, Franco. Tho horo of today
in Paris Is Or. Gilo Metchnlkoff. 111b
name Is upon every tongue. Stimu
lated by bis discoveries, Parisians,
male and female, all have a raguo
hope of living to bo as old as Me-
' since aietcnniKott presented tno re
sult of his Investigations on longevity
to the Academy of Sciences his glory
(i ritM luuruiitsuu lUIUUlU. OU UIBU uud
respect ror mans laitnrui iriena, mo
dog. For tho serum which is to rev
olutionize our length of days comes
from tho dag. This lionized, gold
fj. spectacled, long haired, grizzly board
g&ed, finkempt man has forced his namo
into overy Btuay ana every saion.
Tho namo of professor still clings
t him since thosa distant daya when
.He taught biology In tho University
,v'of Odessa. About 30 years ago ho
took up tho study of medicine, par
ticularly that part pf it to which bi
ology naturally led up. Ho camo to
Paris in 1888, or 24 years ago. BInco
that time he has been connected with
, the Pasteur Institute, tho immortal
' founder of which took him at onco to
v For Pasteur had already read and
' admired tho works of the learned
JRuselan. Pasteur paid this savant
, Itho small salary of $800 a yoar. But
i- rwe must remomber, says a Paris lot
' iter to tho St. Louis Republic, that
Itho 'world famed Institute which has
igrown to ho a mighty forco was then
(only such a titiy concern that Dr.
Metchnlkoff declined for a timo to ac
cept evon the plttnnco which Pasteur
icould ill afford to pay.
Only since 1910, when a legacy left
Iby tho philanthropist Osiris tho
jsamo who gave tho Chateau do Mai
jmalson to Franco camo into opera
tion, has Metchnlkoff begun to re
ceivo a salary of $3,000 a year. He
was then, and is now, assistant man-
ager of the PasteUr institute.
. As vice president Metchnikoff's
- 'habits aro of the simplest; he can af
ford' to spend what he earns on phil
anthropic causes. His clothes cost a
During tho day, whilo occupied in
bis laboratory at the Pasteur institute,
ho wears overalls. When he Bailies
forth to go homo ho is dressed In a
.shiny black coat, which at its best
, did not cost more than $10.
i 3Iotchnlkofl'B publications have
" ranged a tempest on tho other side of
t theRhino. German science seems to
havo formed a coalition against them;
'In Franco his triumph is complete
and Frenchmen, respecting the laws
ot hospitality, pay tribute to him.
Any skill itching is a temper tester.
The more you scratch the worse it
itches. Doau'a Ointment is for piles,
eczema any skin itching. 50c at all
drug stores. Adv.
Incident of the War.
During General Dlrney's raid
through Florida, a bright llttlo girl
whb found alone at one house, her
parents having escaped. She did not
know whether the troops wore union
or rebel. Two tine dogs made their
appearance while a conversation was
belcg held with the child, and she
lnfomed one of her questioners that
their names were Glllmore and
Beauregard. "Which is the best dog?"
asked a bystander "I don't know,"
said she; "they're both mighty smart
dog; but they'll either of 'em suck
eggs If you don't watch 'era.',' Tho
troops left without ascertaining;
whether the family of which the girl
was so hopeful a scion was union or
t Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep-
'III II li W tive. ManvKiirlrirn
I deaths are caused
j by it heart dis-
i ease, pneumonia,
heart failure or
apoplexy are of ten
the result of kid
ney disease. If
kidney trouble is
rfl hlnnri will nfr.
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in
the urine, head ache, back ache, lame
bade, uizzincss, sicepiessncss, nerv jus
aeee, or the kidneys themselves break
down and waste away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles almost always result
. from a derangement of the kidneys aud
Vltr ItealHt in (lint nrfrntl in nlitninpd
.irlrct- lv n nrnnpr trenttnnt of tliibStl.
Beys. SwampRoot corrects inability to
jjoiu urine aim scniumg tuuii in parsing n,
ih1 overcomes that unpleasant necessity
.t i-uino rntnrM1liil to act offpn tliroiiofi
the day, and to get up many times during
toe Uigur., l lie ninu aim unuicuiuie cucci
t Uu.utnn.Vnnt tlin wrpnt I: III tic v rpmeilv
uin toIItpiI It ct mills tlii ini'licKt lie.
ue of its remarkable health restoring
wopcruca. illl VVI1H.UUHIIH..UJUIIV,
nvyain'J-Iuui la iictBuiii iu tunc aiu is
old by'll druggists in fifty-cent and
ne-uouar size ooiuee. ou may nave u
mnlA knttli anil a. book that tells all
bout it, botli sent free by mail. Address,
ir. vkiimcr ec v.o., iiiiikuhiiuuu, i. .
fa writing mention reading this gen-
(- nWr'ln thin rumr. Hnn't make
y inUuke, but yeincuttwr the name.
vump-Koot, siiu ttout it a ueaier su
u. utM)iitir in n.laj'fnf Swumn-Coot.
'LQ 1 jKLiii J!5te?T:
' VJCJU'l ft b-J 1
vSfcv tsn,H tes
I you do you will be dlwppoiuUi.
LITTLE DEMAND FOR LEECHES
Almost Nothing Compared With What
It Used to Be Only a Few
N Years Ago.
Forty years ago there were In
Paris alono 10 wholesale dealers in
leeches, each of whom Bold between
3UU.UU0 and 400,000 leeches monthly,
for which they received on an aver
age about $50 a thousand.
Today there Is only one dealer in
tho capital and ho gets from six to
seven francs ($1.20 to $1.10) a hun
dred. Ills namo is Leya and ho han
dles about 130,000 per month, his best
market being tho United States, lio
has sometimes half a million in
In former times tho Paris poor law
administration purchased 80,000
francs' ($1G,000) worth a year; this
was in the '30s and MOs of tho 19lh
century; tho administration now finds
Itself amply supplied with $40 worth
Tho, great breeding ground for
French leeches was the marshes
around Dordeaux. A poor peasant
named Dechade was tho creator of
tho Industry. Ho rented a tract of
marsh land for about $00, and this,
when properly stocked with leeches,
become worth $5,000.
Bechndo collected tho leeches by
buying all tho worn out horses ho
could get hold of and driving them
into tho marshes five or six times
a month, especially in April, May,
June, October and November. Uo
chado's business flourished, and when
he died ho was worth 1.000,000f.
After a whilo the French leech
trade was ruined, not only on account
of the great decline in tho demand,
but on account of tho accessibility of
other sources of supply brought about
by. thb Improved facilities of trans
port, fast trains bringing them in a
short time from Turkey, Dohemla and
Dalmatla, and to a more limited ex
tent from Algeria and Russia. Medi
The boy's appetite is often the source
of amazement. If you would hnve such
an appetite take Clumberlalns Tablets
They not only create a healthy appetite,
but strengthen Hie stomach and enable
it to do its work naturally. For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
Retarding Home Influence.
A writer in tho Boston Transcript
remarks upon the new factors which
antagonize home relations and absorb
'so much time and attention that home
Is a less constant factor and seems to
the child less Important than it did a
"Tho school, not only with Its regu
lar work, but with its athletics and af
filiated social interests, demands an
increasing amount of time. The
church, with its many organizations,
calls for many evening hours as well
as for a large part of Sunday. In
some communities the children seem
to have about as few hours for free,
quiet home life as the busiest of busi
ness men, and the mother needs the
best methods as well as the finest
of spirit in the ever lessening amount
of time she has to exert those influ
ences which are recognized as the
most potent as well as tho most up
lifting in life. The church Is making
a mistake in pushing bo vigorously
missionary, philanthropic and social
organizations for women, while rele
gating to a minor place that organiza
tion whose aim is to strengthen the
very heart of the social organism the
home. More attention should be given
to the honoring and helping of mother
hood." A household remedy in America for
23 yurs Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
fur cuts, sprain?, burns, scalds, bruises.
25c aud 50 c. At all drug stores. Adv.
GOAT VANQUISHES POLICE
Ruminant Butts Man Off Porch and
Strips of Hit Uniform Officer
Sent to Quiet Him.
Chicago. John Boland of" 1700 West
Twenty-second street was a thousand
miles from Chicago in his dreams,
sleeping on a chair on tho back porch,
when a large Angora goat, with a
snowy beard and a determined ex
pression, butted him off the chair and
Boland ran a marathon to the wood
shed Just In time to feel tho Impact
of tho goat against tho door. Mem
bers of the family, aroused by his ap
peals for aid, telephoned tho police
and Charles Tickey, a brave patrol
Tickey learned with ease to distin
guish between both ends of a healthy
goat As ho gropod about la the dark
yard something wont amiss. Ho bo
lleves that he collided with tho goat
At any rate, be sustained a terrific
shock whore the high t ot living
is most felt
Neighbors notified the pollco again,
this time that a riot was in progress.
They also suspected a Mexican in
vasion and a decisive battle In tho
Boland back yard. Policemen who
crowded a responsive patrol wagon
deduced the fact that tho goat had
disappeared, as they failed to sus
tain the shocks that almost sent
Tickey to the hospital.
Boland, who has forsworn the chair
on the porch for sleeping purposes,
told the police he did not know what
kind of an animal he had to deal with.
He almost suspected that a white ele
phant was loose.
Louisville Evening Post
and Brwckenridge, News
one year 3.50.
WINDOW SHOULD BE
By A. E, EDGAR.
How many peoplo pass your Btoro
in a day? If tho averago Is ten a
minute in tho eight buslost hours of
tho day 4,800, people must pass your
window. ' This number, 4.800, repre
sents what, In newspaper parlanco, Is
called dally circulation.
A good advertiser will chango his
advertisement In his local paper
often, and for a Blmtlar reason tho
advertiser should chango hin window
trims frequently This Is an easy
matter for almost any storo. It Is not
necessary that qvery elaborate detail
be changed two or three times a
week, but It Is worth whilo changing
some pbrtlon of It. Tho up-to-date
window Is trimmed on a unit Idoa,
oxcept when Bomo bno lino of goods
Is featured exclusively. It should bo
an ensy matter to remove ono or
nioro ot tho central units and roplaco
them with others. When this Is dono
the background and display remains
In placo for a week or bo, whilo tho
central portion, or foreground, Is fre
Price Cards Profitable.
Thore Is not tho slightest doubt
that a Judicious uso of prlco tickets
and window cards will pay well for
their cost and tho timo expended in
their making. It has boon proven,
also, that a neat, plain window card
is much mora valuable than one that
is glaring and sprawllngly "artistic."
Tho window card Is a small thing
in ltsolf, so is the newspapor adver
tisement Ab the latter Is an Impor
tant link In the chain of publicity so
should tho window card' bo a thing ot
manse and meaning. Such expressions
as, "We'll treat you right." "Wo sell
at lowest prices," "Wo have tho lar
gest stock In town," while of somo
value aro not nearly so desirable as
spmo definite Information or sugges
tion about somo lino or artlclo on dis
play. It Is safo to say that tho messages
sent out constantly through this me
dium aro bearing fruit evory day. A
card that is suggestive will always bo
suro of having peoplo who read It
think and ponder over tho Induce
ments offered. Tho good work those
cards do may not always bo easily
traced, but they have dono good for
others and to all classes ot stores.
A clothier and haberdasher of Chi
cago has stated that window cards
made out of plain wrapping paper,
with a carpenter's bluo pencil, wore
the means of building up a successful
business for him.
The .price card Is a salesman.
When a man looks in a show window
and notices a saw ho likes he won
ders first of all what the prlco is. He
feels diffident about asking a sales
man what tho prlco may bo, so passes
on. If tho question of "how much"
is answered as often as posslblo by
price cards, more sales will bo tho re
For rtyr epsla, our national nilment,
use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recom
mended for strengthening: digestion,
purifying the blood. At all drug stores
$1 00 a bottle. Adv.
OFFER PRIZES FOR CHILDREN
Citizens of Douglaston, L. I., In Queer
Predicament Over School
Nqw York. Having failed to find
more than fifteen children In Douglas
ton, Long Island, one of the outlying
villages included within tho limit of
Greater New York, of tho proper age
to attend a kindergarten, the citizens
ot the placo will offer prizes to any
one who will furnish three more chll
dron to attend tho school, that the
salary of the teachers may be paid
by the board of education of New
York. A state ' law provides that a
city kindergarten must. have at least
Eggs Cause Strike.
Cleveland, O. Tho Thirty-Cent Egg
club has called a three weeks' strike.
Fresh eggs are selling here for 48
cents a dozen.
"I have been somewhat costive, but
Doan's Regulets give just the results I
desire. They set mildly and regulate
the bowels perfectly." Geo. B. Krause,
Altoona, Pa. Adv.
Thackeray's Favorite Books.
In her introduction to tho "Round
about Papers" In tho centenary edition
of Thackeray. Lady Rltcblo speaks of
hor father's favorite books. Thackeray
had an old Montaigne, which ho al
ways kept on the tnblo by his bed. Ho
had n second copy, still older, bound in
white vellum, on tho book shelves in
his study. Lady Hltchlo cnunot re
member thnt ho had any particular
fi'ellug for special edltlous. "Ho used
a cheup. battered old Boswell with dou
ble columns, tho companion with
whom, us ho said. o could have been
quite contcift to dwell for a year upon
that problematical desert lsluud. He
loved his 'Don Quixote.' Ho also liked
Ills sliubby. worm entcu copy ot John
son's poeta. They Imd been to India
nnd buck, and bookworms uro very
common out there." Milton's sonnet
to Sliukcspearo Iu Johnson's poets was,
Lady Ritchie adds, one of the last
thluga Thackeray over read.
No Taste For Them.
"I notice that yon always novo a box
nt the lurse show Are you a lover of
"Oh. dir. not I'm a strict vegeta-rl-an."
MOST HUMAN OF BIRDS.
Not Only In Talking, but In Eating,
the Parrot Imitates Map.
It Is not only in Imitating human
speech that the pnrrot excels most ot
tho birds. The parrot Is alono among
birds in, taking food in its claws. With
theso two characteristics it makes moro
or less uso of that which distinguishes
humanity from the rest of tho animal
kingdom tho hand and the larynx.
Tho monkey uses Its hands and tho
elephant Its trunk In feeding. Various
animals havo a hnblt of pawing their
food. Itodents havo serviceable toes.
Still, the pnrrot Is pre-eminent anion's
birds In this regard. Tho secretary
bird Is said to nttack reptiles with its
claws, and some observers have said
that owls make partial uso of their re
markably flexible perching too 8ome
'wbnt more than does n hen In scratch
ing for food. However, there Is no
other bird which, when given n pleco
of food, will accept It In its clnws.
Parrots, of course, do not talk, as
we uso tho word. In their wild stato
and aro not known to be imltntivo ot
neighboring sounds nor to possess tho
repertory of the mocking bird. It is
therefore n question whether or not
their uso of the clnws Is largely Iml
tntivo nlso. The shape of the parrot's
beak would Indicate that somo assist
ance in entlng hns always been a part
of tho bird's characteristics.
Llko man, the parrot makes Its ap
pearance in tho world naked and help
less. narper's Weekly.
pv Louisville Evening Post
I and Breckenridge 'News
one yenr $3.50.
COURTSHIP IN SPAIN.
A Difficult Business In Which Speak
ing Tubes Play a Part.
In Spain, ns Is well known, u rigorous
etiquette governs the business of love
mukinR. A yduug man cannot Inter
view his sweetheart without her par
ents' consent, uud Indeed nil conversa
tion openly carried on between -the
couple must bu In the presence of the
fair one's mother.
Many subterfuges uro ndoptcd by the
lovers to overcome this dliriculty. nnd
tho "rejn" the ornamental ironwork on
tho windows of Spanish houses has
become ono of tho favorite trystlng
places. Modern life, however, hns im
posed fresh barriers. If a young man's
sweetheart lives on the third floor of n
city building he caunot very well meet
her nt the "reja."
In this ns In other spheres of life
necessity Is the mother of Invention,
and some anient lovers have brought
speaking tubes to their assistance. The
senorlta. at the appointed hour, lowers
this to her lover below, nnd they ore
thus able to carry on their love nffnlrs
with the assurance thnt they are not
overheard by the peoplo on tho Inter
vening tints, as would be the case if the
Conversation were carried on without
such aid. London Answers.
A Wide Acquaintance.
a nnurollo rlcho ilowncer hns afford
ed much amusement while clambering
up the slippery rounds of asnmg
ton's social ladder. One day after sho
had returned from circumnavigating
the globe she essayed to cntcrtnln a
drawing room with n boastful account
of her travels. She had been every
where, nnd hor flow of slaughter house
English was augmented by frequent
wnvlngs of her bedlamonded hands
and forceful noddlngs of her tlaracd
"Did you see the Dardanelles?" ask
ed a sprightly debutante.
"And the Himalayas?" inquired an
other fair young bud.
"I dined with them In Paris." replied
tho dowager triumphantly.
And sho wondered why everybody
noun in mrriM.
V tall yon bow bJ
for wokly prlc llrt
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Buy Land and Make Money
Your easiest way to muko money is to buy land in Brcckonridge
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tho last ten years. In.nnothcr ten years, land will leap another 50
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Ye have a number of inquiries for small farnn from 50 to 100
acres, improved. If you have a small farm well improved, good level
land, list it with us und we will do tho rest.
No. 1. A Fine Home Farm
1(M Acres. 3 mllt'S from Ii vlnittoii.on rural
route. Good f nimu dwelling; 0 roums mid
vcrnndu; kooU burn 30x&o: 3-room it-niint
house; 137 ucri'i under ulowj 1W acres Krussj
5ncrus In tlmbor; well watered, cistern mid
ponds. 33 to M) bushel com und ISO) pounds
tobacco to acre. Uood clover land lays wavy
to level location. Ideal uud In one ot the
best neighborhoods In the county. Prlco
fl.SOOi H.cash Terms on o.ilance
Mn T 300 'acres 3 miles fn-m rallrond,
houae. Mn "i Oood Stock Furm. 155 acres; wall
n v. j Improved dwelling; stock burn.
Grows wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, und
grass. I'i miles from Irvlnjuon, on rural
route. Tills lnnd Is a little rollliu' but does
not wash. Prlco right. Jno. 1). llubbugc,
Nn A. Beautifully located one mllo from
l" a live town. 100 acres practically
all ievot land, unimproved; Rood fencing.
Ideal spot for dairy furm. l'rlco reasonable.
Write . I no. U lUbbhue. Clovcrport, Ky.
Mn 5 UN acres located near Dukes, Huu
MU " cook county; I2U acres under plow
78 acres timber; well watered; plenty ot fruit;
U room dwelling; barn 40x(ii); 40 uores level,
rest rolling, Ujod land for tubacco. corn,
wheat and clover. It Is a bargain at f 1.800,
fjQOcash. Balance easy payments
Mn fi ,:!5 llcrL,s 1 mtlu South of Kockvalc,
isv. j good level lund, 4 room dwelling
tenant house and necessary outbuildings.
School house and church In 3J0 yards. I'nco
Jn 7 "4 acres. 3 miles from Kirk, dwell
MU' lnglJ story 0 rooms una porch,
good well, smull tenant house, good barn and
imd stable, uixid orchard
Wft Q Two tracts 100 acres In ono und
nu 121 acres In the other; 121 acres lo
cated II mile-from ll.irdlnsburg; 100 acres 3
mllos from Hurtled; mllo of Klngswood
Nn O 151) acres; located on Henderson
nu' Itoute, 1 mile eust of Lodlburg;
TOacres In pasture 60 In timber; live-room
dwelling; gooo barn aud out-bulldtugs; well
watered; llmu-stono lund. Price jl.COO.
k" 30,0 HO acres, a mues trom Guston,
.pa,OUV 3 mues from irvinKton. weil
watered: lays well; good young orchard; good
timber ; 011 rural route ; school houso few yards
fro -n house: Improvements; good four room
dwelling with kitchen on back porch; two
good btrns; btrn and tenent houso and cis
tern back In tho Held; meat and hen house;
wood shed; will sell on easy payments; plenty
otsuinll fruit. Further particulars afiress
Jno. D. Itabbage, Clovcrport, Ky.
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No 10 JW Acres two miles from Hard-
3nx(M und 4Sxu 3 lormn. house; good level
lndgrovs cor.i, lolucoo. wheat and grass.
l'rlco 3 7j0. U ind near this sold recently fo
No II ,2-lles, good and luvel land,
.;".!,.?.0j'bir?JJ!I11'J cleared., well
.wraui, H1IH.-3 iruuj irvmgion. rnce (3,300
No. 12 2i0 acr,ca !XlD ,n a valley; &
isu. ix. room dwolflngand hall; 2 tenant
houses, largo tobacco barn; 2 miles South
or hlrk. mllo from school, well watered, a
springs near barn; on Iturnlltouto.
NO. 13 U5 ncres "'Ho Kast of (lien
inli wnf.HI?.HllDi.l?CH'd-.stro.nK llmo stone
soil, watered by wells and spr ugs, on good
county road, near good school nnd churches;
New tobacco barn coil,200, 3 stock barns.
NO. 1 4 Slf? 'ocated 1 mllo north ot
, rr McQuady. l'rlco fJ,000. K cash
balanco In yearly payments.
NO. 15 r10 llcres 4K mllos fr"m Hardlns-
1 , . bur' county seat: well lranrov-
!i,0CK" ot the best farms In thocountyT l'rlco
No. 1 6 ;9 Ac.rr.,ne!r nurns' nwoiiiog;
, 1 AW barn )aLj; log stable. 20 acres
m ircst ro1 !"K! 80" sumy loam underlaid
with clay; well watered l'rlco f150.
NO. 17 ""''"OS well Improved land, ono
1 . mll ,rom McQuidy; all lovel
good shape. Excellent neighborhood. Kino
t5,yiSco una corn lana: wo" watered, l'rlco
NO. 1 8 J-J Acres.one mllo from Harned:
. ., V" 'Proved; plenty ot good
water; 2 stock barns SOxtto und 3tW4S. Two-
suiry dwelling, und tenant houso. l'rlco
No. 1 0 V u.cros 3 mlles north of Har
in t illnsburg;3-room dwelling; barn
20x32; 40 acres cleared; all tillable; well
watered: plenty of timber; limestone soil
grows corn, wheat, tobacco, clover und grass
I'rlcoSJ.OOO. one-half cash. "
$2,000 !Wr I,80 acres four mlles;west of
n ' . . P'ndeane, 3 mlles from branch
railroad: all fresh lund; 100 ucres In cultlva,
tlon;50ucresingruss; will produco the best
corn, wheat und tobacco In neighborhood:
plenty lasting water, well at door of dwell
ing; log dwelling. 2 rooms and side rooiai
good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant housei.
Plenty of good timber for farm purpose!
good fund to clear. Price 4J.0OO H cash;
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