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TIlE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS x t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTi L XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1906I 12 Pates NO SO i IHOCKED BY 1 I LIGHTNINGI i and Mrs John McGovern Rendered Senseless for 30 Minutes i OK REFUGE IN BARN Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs I hnMcGoverl1loft Victoria ire skocked by lightning while king refuge in a barn jvero enroute to squire TTheyI iiee upboutva barn for protection As soon as oy had entered the house was Fekck by lightning Both fell it Seless to the gronnd Mr Mc tbvorn falling face downward- onf the seat of an old hay rake iverely cutting and bruising ysmself about the face Botn ere unconscious for twenty or hirty minutes After a hard front Mrs McGovorn was able to 4rtly regain hersolt She found lie face of her husbandcovered with blood and badly cut up he being still unconscious She wipe pad the blood from her husbands face and then crawled to the house sixty yards distanceto get tWliile Mrs McGovern was a oWway Mr McGovern became con scious His brothers on their way from church heard him and wont to his aid Howardof Mattinglydress r McGoverns wounds which i r very painful but not serious A Thorough Business Training Can be secured by attending the f owlinjr Green Business University rite for catalog and particulate Ad dress Bowling Green Business Uni varsity Bowling Green Ky r taerrdsvl1lo Bank who has been South reFled r9tt MilJ Hair a1fan Away e Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you Then what That would meanU i itii thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hairat home I J Fasten it tightly to your scalp I Ayers1Hairmore than a simple hair dressing It is a hair medicine a S foodSf Il Sold for over sixty ye- arsM JoA7erOoLowllrtaAlo 9 SARSAPARilLA t PillS lJeItS CHERRY PECTORAL ARRESTED HERE Star Witness in Owensboro Mur der Case Arrested Here TAKEN TO OWENSBORO Elliot Berry a negro star wit ness in an Owensboro double murder case was arrested here Saturday by Marshal DoHaven He was taken to Owensboro Sat urday night by Deputy Sheriffs Olio and Harold Haynes of Owensboro Berrycamo here Wednesday morning on the 5 oclock train He claims the Policeman Peacock paid him 4the night before to go to Louis ville Berry has a cousin here andetoppedoff to see him Berry was at Bill Hunters a negro saloon in Owensboro last Monday a week when two negroes aboutIgambling worth 50000 It is claimed ho put up 500 to get all witnesses to the killing out of Owensboro MEADES HOME COMING Meade countys homecoming last Wednesday was a big success Her ab sent cbildren from tbe easr and from the west the north and south were there to climb the old rocky bill and to quench their thirst at ButterMilk Falls Hon D W Falrleighof Louisville formerly of Brandenburg made the principal address of the day Other speeches wera made by local citizens Despite the rain there was a big crowd present An Established Institution The Bowling Green Business Univer sity ra an estaollshed institution Write tor catalog and particulars Address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky Refreshments will be served after the Tom Thumb wedding in Oelzes Halt Friday night June 20 At the annual meeting of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society held at Henderson Mrs V G Bab bage or this city was reelected seers tarp for the Owensboro District and Miss Tula Daniel of Hardinsburg corresponding secretary Every Graduate has a Position Every worthy graduates of the Na tional School of Telegraphy bas a position For particulars and catalog ad dress Bowling Green Business Univer sity Bowling Green Ky Date Changed Livermore Ky Jane 18 100GIn response to a resolution passed at a meeting of the Execution Committee ot the Green River Distrlcttfiskinc me to change date of our next meeting Irom July 11 1000 to Jane 28 suggest ing the change as more suitable I hereby revoke the previous call and ap neotIna bolo and as the business is very im portant a fall delegation is desired- J S Cnllen Pres Eugene McAdams of Birmingham Alals visiting realtives at Hawesvllle and Fordsville Eugene is looking fine for a young man of GO Mr and Mrs Chas tttmer of Can nelton Ind were the guests of Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden last week OFFICER ROBBINS SHOT AT OWENSBORO Former Breckenridge Citizen 5shot By NegroTrouble Is Breting Owensboro KyJune 25The negro who shot Officer W H Robbins has not yet been caught but posses are roaring the country for him The entire male population of both the city and country are indignant over the shooting Citizens and farmers are gunsThustrenuous effort to capture the negro None of the police is taking hIs hours off but till are Itoing in squads into negroIfBaskett with other disorderly negroes will be lynched Baskett is one of the same negroes who helped kill Officer White ten years ago Reports have come in from the country that the negro was seen going toward the river heavily armed Wnen last aeon be carried one shot gun a Winchester rifle and revolvers He stated to relatives with whom he stopped to get his wounded arm dressed that he would not be taken allv Sunday night he went into a drug store at Stanley and bought some medicine for his arm The druggist feelingIslarge crowds are gathering on the shootinginThere 1is report that the negroes will try to protect Bankott in vase he is brought back If they do riot will be the result Officer Kobbins who was shot is resting easy today The doctor says amputatehislikely to prove fatal Needs no Introduction The Bowling Green Basineds Uni versity needs no introduction to the particularsness University Bowling Green Kv In Great Demand The graduates of the Bowling Green Business University are in great de mand and are to be found almost everywhere holding the best paying positions Write for catalog and patti culars Address Bowling Green Un iversity Bowling GreenrEy m Sneclule Occasion Masonic Excur sloe from Henderson to Louisville Sunday July 8l 25 Round trip Closer Poblatrainreturn from Louisville at 6 p inY Trying To Make It A Blue Law Magistrate Hoffman of Louisville is trying to make a blue law out of rne Sunday closing law The squire is is suing warrants right rnd left against drag storo proprietors who seep their stores open on Sunday und boffmnn says ho will go after the chur h chqir boys coachmen newspapers and any IiWIoreakersbreakersGov Beokhatn however will inter view and in case any one is convicted anpurity will pardon them It is stated that if Magistrate Hoffman carrys out his plans tbe real pur pose of the Sunday closing law will be defeated and the good already done will be overthrown dltughterMaryLillie Baird went to Stepbensport Sat urday to visit Mr Jacob Hanks SEVERS DRUG C- OTBuys Out Short d Haynes and will Operate the Business MR HAYNES GOING WEST After fifteen yoars of successful drug business in Cloverport Short S SeversDrullSevers and son J Byrne Mr Haynes will join G W Short in Durant and DrugCoCoThe new firm will doubtless be a pop ular one D H Severs is known In andlIktdcapacity a3 a tnorough and reliable unquestionedThe firm J pbarmaoist cal experience iu the drug business He served under Short Haynes for several years then entered the Louis ville college of Pharmacy After his graduation year be returned to the col lose and took a year of special higher work in the science of medicine Since leaving school Severs has work ed for latge pharmacies in Louisville Ky and Pine Bluff Ark anti later served in the capacity of traveling HaynesUwensboro A Growing Institution The Bowling Green Business Unlver sity is growing every year It Is the largest Business school in the South Cata logs and particulars will be sent on application Address Bowling Green Business University Bowling GreenI Ky A wedding will take place in Oelzes Hall Friday night June 20 Ices will be served attar the ceremony National Political Convention For Louisville pr r- r More evidences ot ihe fact that the various interests are getting togetber for the purpose ot securing for Louis villa in 1UOS a national political ton vention was furnished yesterday when the Board of Directois of the Commer cial Club at her regular monthly meeting heartily indorsed at the ac tion already tel + n by the Board of Trade and called on all the members of tbe club to attend the massmeeting ExchangeHallabout the des re of the business Ben will be formulateaHeraldi- mportant NoticeR41144 is old under u positive guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Roup and liuiberneck Puce 50 corns Nc cure no pay Mr and Fried Pierce and baby of LosVegas New Mexico are expected here in it few days to visit Mr and Mr R B Pierce SHORT HAYNES ISSUE CARD To Public Asking Their Friends To Transfer Patronage To Severs Drug Co We have sold our drug husmesi in Clover port Ky to JJ H and J Byrne Severs which will be conducted under the name nt Severs Drag Co yearsbeforePharmacy His ability is beyond question We most earnestly appeal to our friends to stand by the new firm We assure you that you will meet witb courteous treatment We are preparIng ask all who His ind6bted to us to come and settle Assuring you of our ap preciation of your support in the past we beg to remain Yours Short Haynes Universally Successful The graduates of the Bowling Green Business University are successful in securing and retaining good positions For catalog and particulars address BowlingGreen Asthma Sufferers Should Know This Fnlnys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were con sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph lines DavenportIowa ed twelve years ago was neglected un til it finally grew into asthma The best medical skill available could not give me more then temporary relief Foleys Honey and Tar was recom mended and one fity cent bottle entire ly eared me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve years and it I had taken it at the start I would sufferingSoldI Miss Clara Carter daughter of Mr and Mrs Fladge Carter graduated Academynearhonors Rhodelialost byyfirelustlossorganizedyears agoMrs tepheDSpOJtJett MrJohnMRosecransofMlcblgHlJcountry The two have known each other from childhood Uncle Jack Mattingly says the totietill feathers This he says scares the hen when sbe goes to the nest Mr and Mrs H H Sanders of Nashville are the guests of Mr and Mrs L B Perkins this week Mr Sanders is Train Despatcher for the L W at Nashville Mrs S P Conrad attended the funeral ot Mr Chas Sheldons little son tit annelton Monday ST ROMUALDS COMMENCEMENT Hardiusburg Ky June 26Tbe Third Annual Commencement of St Romnalds Acadamy was held at the Opera House Thursday evening The audience overflowed the building and ptemumlasterSnrlutatory in a graceful manner Harry Hobon was the valedictorian goodJudgepIlate address to the scbpolI upon the invitation of the Rev Wo L Gabe All the exercises showed careful train ing and this was tbejjmost successful year of the Acadamy Stenographers Wanted There is a great demand for compete l stensgraphers You can secure a III good position by attending the Bowl- Ing Green Business University Bowl- Ing Green Ky Address as above for catalog and particulars Tom Thumb marriage will takeI IAI in Oelzes Hall Friday night June 29 Forty children will take part in the wedding Cut Loose And Build The Canal Washington June 21Cnt loose now and ouild the canal Tne Amei can people want results on the isthmus as soon as they can be obtained and I want them Dig dig Congress and the people are behind us in our effortsWithin fortyeight hours after tbe canallegisl80tfoneffect the above order to Chairman Shonta and Chief Engineer Stevens the President expressed both his great gratification at the action of the United States Senate in supporting his plan for the construction of a lock canal He has been convinced for several dave that the lock type of canal would be adopted by the Senate on its final vote notwithstanding the report ot the majority of the Interoceamo Canal Committee in favor of a sea level waterway- A careful canvas of the Senate was made and he was assured that there would be a safe majority in favor of tbelocK type which he has advocated ever since the report of the engineers cumisison was received Two days ago the President figured a majoriety of five in favor of the lock type and that is precisely the majority received in the test vote The laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree able and so natural that you do not realize it is the effect ot a medicine For sale oy Short Haynes Clover port Fourth of July Rates 1 tare plus 25 cents minimum 50 cents for adults 25 cents for chidrnu for round trip be tween all points on this toad July 2 8 4 Good returning July 15 Cooley Hagans show played at the river Monday night to about 800 people the music was good and the audience seemed well pleased with the show The interior of tbe boat is as pretty as any on the river To Cure a Cold in One Day Dys Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets PH on every Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months TMs Signature 9 VTXrm hex25C SeieThingLtt- he c rngEverything you buy at this store is a great value Our plan of merchandising enables us to sell good goods cheaper than anyone Our iI assortment is full and covers the wants of all In our large lines can be found the latest arfd tlje bestt d i nGenhsts Furnishings Shoes Hats Haberdashery jjIWehandle the famous Fitrite clothing This line will give satisfaction both in fit and wear We have just put in stock a large line of Hamilton Brown shoes Come to see them They will please you Our gents furnishings and hats are up to the top notchhaber i dashery the same Great values in all of theseIf f Fa r t l fI SHAPINSKf BROS CloverporttKy- A Ii ft K- i- L tj r M The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1006 EDITORIAL The Democrats in Congress are for Bryan Wo nover had any mooting serapes under local option The temperance people ought to stand by Uov Beckhaiu Oklahoma and Indian Territory are to come in as one state to be named Oklahoma The Old Kentucky Howe Bless the Lord said a good old woman as she stepped cff the train Wait just one minute while 1 read that column in the Herald But it takes mere than a minute to digest it It might be a good idea tor Col Wattereon to go over to New York to meet Bryan and talk that boom over The Home Coming at Louisville was a big success Thats what every body says who beheld the great gath ering The Henderson Jonrnal saga that contributions from corporations will be harried from the Democratic Cam paign of 1903 A rural route baa been established to run out of Irvington The tirst in toe oounty Bieckenrtdgo is way behind on rural routes e Dont fail to visit Fontaine Ferry Park when you go to Louisville There are always some new and novel attrac tions there which you will enjoy Uood time to plant your late pota toes Put them in about 4 oclock a m while the ground is cool and moist and you are sure to have a good crop The contract for building the Madt sonvillu railroad through to Mill creek has been awarded to the Water Wilson Rnodea Co The work is to Iw completed in 18 months If you are behind on your subscrip tion we shoed like to have the money We can use it Dont wai t to be dunn ed We dislike that as much as you do But if you dont pay well have to dun you June 14 was the 120th anniversary of the American Flog a fact not known to a large number of American people Flag Day is celenrated in a great many of tne public schools of the United Statea Tbe people at Hprdiii county are taking the necessary steps to call an election under the County Unit bill There are two or three saloons in Eliza betbtown but this step will put them out of business Hardin County as a whole will go dry 4 They are making some nne bricu out at the Miller Brick Plant John Morris Gregory is tho burner and he knows his business too The Millers are bust lers and know their business There is no reason why we shouldnt make the b best brick in the world right here in Oloverport We can do it and we the Miners are doing it Why dont the Sunday Schools of this city give the children a picnic There is nothing of so much enjoy ment to the chidren as an outing of this kind The old folks are on the go continually but the children must remain at home A snort trip down the river and a basketdinner all the Sunday scnools taking part would be a delightful outing All the Democratic candidates for state offices are to be nominated by a Democratic primary called by the Machine at Frankfort This is a now departure in Kentucky politics and It will shut out a few men who would become candidates but for tho expense of a primary election When Uncle Joe Blackburn gets on the stump and goes after theao fellows who are mak ing elections to order tbere will be a 1 hot time in Old Kentucky K The question has arisen as to wheth er or not the marriage performed a few days since by B F Law bern lute suspended as pastor of the Hawcville church and in which an Owensboro couple were the contracting parties is legal says the Hawesville Clarion Presiding Elder Lewis was in tow nI Tuesday and we are told that be gave it as hsopinion that when a minister was suspended then all ministerialII duties cease at the same time It may be that a happy couple at OwensooroI are sadly mistaken about their rela tionship Owensbcro Messenger Not at all The minister in question had a legal commission issued by the proper authorities to do that tbin and the jnb is all right The Court of Appeals in a decision handed down last week decided that the Statute which forbids the sale of liquor on Sunday is constitutional an that all parties violating the law are subject to a tine The court In its opinion says The keeper of a barroom open on Sunday for the sale of liquor is one offense and the art of selling another and each sale made on Sunday constitutes a separate offense TLo court further intimates tha any Peace officer who knows the law has been violated may arrest without warrant So in so far ad this law iis concerned there can be no excuse for I its violation in the future Any omI cer Magletrate sneriff cr Marshal of atown can make an arrest for a violation of the Sunday closing law Gov Beckham is to be commended for the bold stand he took on this question it has been largely due to his influ ence that tbis matter was brought to the attention of the Court of Appeals The Peerless and the Feerless The New York Sun suggests Uryan and Watterson as the Democratic ticKet for 1003 There ia no doubt but what this would tease a brilliant com- bInation Two strong intellectlall giants Both having visited the world at large and observed minutely poly tical conditions Who Is to say that ItI would not make a strong combination Tbe Sun says II While Colonel Henry Watterson is chanting hymns in honor of Mr Bryan the imminent lightning plays over his own head The Rich mond Times Despatch names him aa the fittest candidate for VicePresident on the ticket with the greatest conser va ive fore in American public life the peerless leader the greatest American i citizen The nomination will be received with rapturous applause wherever there are Democratic hand hearts an lunge Colonel Wattersori Is a irea American Traveler too He naa ex ported bimselt frequently He has seen the hotels and porters of many cities He is a consbrvative and a preservative force He has given much of his life and most ot his parts of speech to tbe Democratic party He nan advised remonstrated with and supplicated several Presidents He has been as steady in his conviction as a weather vane He has the Star Eyed Goddess in his cellar at tnis moment She needs to wait no longer The time is come Bryan and Wattersonj the Peerless and the Fearless wise youth and youthful age two tongues and pens of tire two editors travelers lecturers atatemen The only possible objection to this twin star Is that it might seem dark with excessive bright Getting in Line The Republicans of Arkansas have profited by tne experience of the Re publicans of Missouri They adopted at their State convention a platform plan or tile encouragement of rail road and railroad building by such fair and liberal treatment as will put a stop to oppressive taxation and aid them in every lawful way For many years many Republicans or Missouri were uncompromising in tbeir declara tions of hostili ty to the railroads of that State The theory of sue b opposi tionif the prejudice of ignorance could be called a theory was that the rail roads of Missouri being for the most part owned by persons resident in other States the net proe eels of the operations were transmitted from Mis souri elsewhere Enlightenment as to the function and value of a railway was promptlyfollowed in tereeonrcos Missouri- y Dragging Down Painsare of me most serious trouble which can attack a woman ylz falling of the womb With this generally comes irregular and painful j periods weakening drains backache headache nervousness dizziness ir ritability tired feeling etc the taro Is gOFECardui The Female Regulator that wonderful cuntlve vegetable ex marvelousdorgans Cardul relieves pain and regulates the menses It Is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaintsAt and dealers In 4100 bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN 10 my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Motmy my menses were very painful and Irregular Slnco taking Cardul I feel Ikea new woman and do not suffer as I did It Is the best medicine I ever took by the industrial development of the mines and factories of the State Missouri with 8000 miles of rail road has ceased to oe dependent upon agriculture and there as elsewhere tbe patty of progress is the party of successThe of Arkansas have long been in the minority Arkansas is uepeudent tor Its prosperity upon its agricultural products sold in a re striated and unprofitable market The development of its railroads is opening new sources of wealth in coal lead zinc and lumber Fair and liberal treatment for railroads is tne part ot wisdom tor ArKansasNew York Sun CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ABOUT JAMES TOWNS BIG EXPOSITIONt Norfolk Va Jane181900 The Editor Breckenridge News Clover port Kentucky Dear SlrWblle 1 realize that every one in the United States is in some measure fatuilliar with the coming Jamestown Exposi tion I realize also that there are very few who reside at any considerable distance who are familiar with the little details the things which one who contemplates a visit to this city at that time most desire to know For the reason above stated I had thought that perhaps a few lines bearing on these points from one residing in the immediate vicinity of Norfolk might be of interest to some of my friends who are making their arange ments to come to Jamestown in 1907 In the first place the Centennial will not be held at the site of Old James town as S presume quite a number of tenons imagine This place is only a small island formerly a penninsula in the James river about flttv miles from Hampton Roads and of such a size as to be capable ot holding only a very small portion of tho buildings places of amusement and such other things as go to make up an exposition of the proportions that it is intended to give to the Jamestown Exposition Ibe grounds are located on the Norfolk side of the Elizabeth river on tho waters of Hampton Roads just oppo site to Old Point Comfort This place was formerly known to the residents of this section as Swells Point but more recently as Pipe Beach Tho gronnds may be reached from Newport News and Old Point by ferry while from Norfolk Portamith and Berkley by ferry steamers or by ferry to Norfolk and then by electric line to the beach The latter is far the most popular route as tne transit is more rapid and the fare reasonable costing only ten cents each way Persons In tending to visit hero next year will find it much to their advantage finan cially to stop either in Norfolk Port smouth or Beikleyoa the lost of going to and from will amount to a very small item aa compared with the duff J 1 i Ni I jerenco in the cost cf board and lodg lea at the hotels near the grunds Norfolk is accessable by rail over six trnnK lines and five short lines while by water there are three Atlantic Coast lines four Chesaapeake bay lines four river lines and two river- and canal lines Tlnough tno courtesy of one of the oilioinls ot the Exposition Company or this oily I am enabled to quote some facts regarding tbe probable at tendance at the 1007 celebration The number of persons living within a radius of 310 mlles or a twelve hour run of the various similar exhibits sold in the United States in the past is an follows Portland 12 GOOOu St Loui8142iO000 Buffalo17000000 while the number of persons living within 315 miles of Hampton Roads is 21000000 The number in attendance at the above mentioned expositions was as follows Portland2850000 Buffalo0700OIIOatSt Louis 10000 000 In the matter of population the James Town Exposition is fur ahead of nil the others in tansportation ahead of all except St Louis and equal to that city Taking the tore going facts and figures into consideration it Iis Very probable that 1007 will witness the the largest celebration ever held in this country or prehaps in thA world There are also other reasons in adi tion to tbose above stated that should tend to make this the largest exposi tion ever held First from an histori cal point of view it stands second to none in the world From this soil we trace the origin of free government and indeed onr Nation Here we see the place where the tirst marriage was solemnized the first English chill born the first trial by jury and where tne first lawmaking body convened you will also see here the old forts and earth works and the voy guns that defended our country from the agges slons of the British There are also grim reminders ot a Second War for Independence when this city and the National Capital was burned by the Red Coats From tho Navy Yard in this city came the first iron battle ship built in the world and from tbe Exposition grounds we lOOK out over the waters that witnessed the first battle between Iron Clads Another advantage enjoyed by this place over the sites of the other expositions mentioned is the great facilities for an international naval display which it is intended to make one of the largest ever assembled in one har bor Almost every nation has expressed its intention to send its ships ot war here in 1007 Hampton Roads with Nortolk harbor and the adjacent waters is capable cfholding a greater part of the worlds navy u large part of which will undoubtedly be seen riding at anchor in front of the grounds Again the side trips that may be made from points are most numerous interesting and pleasant Old Point Comfort known as Fortress Monroe stands in plain view of tbe grounds being separated only by six miles of water The Rip Raps or uld Ft Wool a built up island lying between Ft Monroe and the Exposition is tbe sentinel that guards the entrance to Chesaapeake Bay and has already cost the Government 10 000000 to produce Yorktown where the Revolutionary War ended and where Is located the first Custom House ever erected in the United StatesIs within a short run by steamer To those loving the beach Ocean View Cape Henry and Vir ginia each are acceesabla by trolley taking front twenty to forty minutes to make the run For fear of worrying my readers and encroaching too much of your valuable space by a father extension of this communication I will close With best wishes for the News and all my friends who may see these few lines believe me Very sincerely yours Herman D Lay U S NavyDept S A Bldg No 02 HAS STOOD THETEST 23 YEARS The old original GROVES Tastfeless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine in a tasteless form No cure no pay We A Welcome Visitor Kennett Cal June 14 1000 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir1 will accept both of your ads for the News Farm Journal and Daily Herald Please find enclosed money order for 300 to 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the temperate zone j i The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives tho following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 FV Autumn 6348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for tho whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 66 per cent send2centtoC H HUNGERFORD i District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY JJ F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY GEO B ALLEN Asst Got Pass AgtiST LOUIS R 4- t I a The Breckenridge News L WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1000 I Sweeping Rare l Cut Ordered e y I I MFr LoulllvUla Ky Jane 20The Stdte Railroad Commlsslonslttlng in Frank t v fort dealt a heavy blow to the Louis Central r effected when a decision was handed down ordering a sweeping reduction in rates to all local points effectlne a saving to shippers of an amount esti iif mated at f1800000 f The Louisville and Nashville is hard Veat hit of all the roads the commission wordering that its present rate bo reduc ed 25 par cent The Illinois Contrail tisafso singled out for censure and is forbiddento charge in excess of the- eV r rate ixedtor the Louisville and Nash 1yiiie ft The freight rate charged on the main Astern of the Loaisvillu and Nashville down toward Nashville IS- rJjsunnlngr the basis for all freight rates i The Cincinnati New v Orleans and Texas Pacific and Southern are also held to be charging unfair j V rates bnt these roads are not censured I tas are the first two named 5fr The Chespeake and Ohio is practical f- ly exonerated It is practically certain i that the Louisville and Nashville andt the Illinois Central will make a vigor v onalfight against toe enforcement of 4 the new ruling It was shown in the r report that Cincinnati was greatly favored over Louisville The effect of the decision is summed up in the terse statement of a prominent railroad manThe decision is astounding ana re I volutionair J The sworn statement of the mann J factnters proteetsyou from opiates In ifjKennedYs Laxative Honey and Tar t the cough syrup that drives the cold pniof your system Sold by All drug J Local Soda Water Dealers Pay License V Local soda water dealers have taken out license to sell soda water and soft t drinks under the new revenue law t Each license costs ffi4 each making ffi- 8h j6e cost of selling the beverage one r has tbn licenses prominently dIll t played in gold tinted frames about the soda fountain Constipation makes the cold drag i along Get it out of you Take Kenn v edys Laxative Honey and Tar cough syrup Contains no opiates all drug gists i Be Sure To ComeI Mitchell Ind k Mr J D Babbage Editor ot the- Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky Der5lr t Enclosed are twentyfive cents for the Brectcenridge News for a m6nths Please send it out this week It poeaiole will be in Cloverport the fourth of July td see tnv uncle Sam Blshoff and will call at your office and will renew my subscription for a year- I am twelvo years of age and work Ing for the Lehign Portland Cement O7for 100 a day I am proud of iny job I will be more than glad to receive the News for Breckenridge is home to mevasl was born there Yours truly Sammie Walls a The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this unary most daneerous because so decep tlve Many deaths are caused b- yItheart pneumonia heart apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease kidney allowed advance th- ekidneypoisoned Mood will attack the vital organs the kidneys themselves bre kdowirand waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure obtained quickest by a proper treatment of I the kidneys you are feeling badly you can1 make mistake byttaking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy corrects Inability hold urine and scald ea1ngpaln In passing and overcomes that unpleasant necessity being compelled to Ar11 go often during the day and get up many thntimes during the night The mild and the soonFthocMrfulcures of the most distressing cases t65 SwampRoot pleasant to take and sold by allI druggists In flftyrcen and onedollar I end P You bottle may 1511eaDom nowdl 0I a book that sudden disease failure or If trouble is to or Is If no J08t It to it to Is rnu Ie I ells all about n both HomeofBwwapRoot+ sep t teebY nail Address Dr Khmer Co B ariton N Y When writing mention rcaidlng this generous offer In this paper ouls DonIinakesnymtstakebutresiembezthe- same Swamp ROOL Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the addrees Binghamton N T sea every bottle N1 1i MOODY MOVES ON STANDARD Will Institute Criminal Proceedings Against Oil Company ISSUES A BRIEF STATEMENT Action About to Be Commenced In Certain Cases Where There Appears to Have Been Violations of Laws Regulating Interstate Commerce and Prohibiting Rebates Washington Juno 23 Attorney General Moody has made formal announcement of the purpose of the fed eral government to prosecute the Standard Oil company He says After full consideration of all Infot mation now available Including tho ro port of the commissioner of corpora tions and the evidence taken by tho Interstate commerce commission I have reached the conclusion that crim inal proceedings against tho Standard Oil company should be begun in cer Lain cases where there appears to have been a violation of the laws regulating Interstate commerce and prohibiting rebates and other unlawful discrimi nations Accordingly such proceed ings will be begun at once in the appropriate judicial districts These cases are regarded and will be treated as of importance as it seems clear that in so far as the Standard 011 com pany has obtained monopolistic con trol of interstate tradethat control has been in large degree made possible by discriminations in transportation rate or facilities the discriminations being In some cases In violation of law and In other cases though injurious to the public welfare not in violation of law therefore subject only to such correo tion as may be afforded by the railway rate legislation now pending in con grass It appears from Mr Moodys state ment that the proceedings in the first Instance will be had under the Elkins law which prohibits rebates in Inter state commerce The attorney gen eral however gives notice that in all probability should the investigation justify It he will bring further action under the Sherman antitrust law He also will take steps to Insure against the continuance by the company of dis crimlnatjona in trade and transportation which are not now subject to prosecution but are especially provided against in the pending rate bill The attorney generals statement fol lows Upon being asked concerning the ac tion of Judge McPherson at Kansas City Attorney General Moody said I regard the outcome of this case as of the first importance The sentence of Imprisonment Imposed for the first time upon persons guilty of rebating will In my Judgment have a most potent effect In checking the practice The attorney general has always been of the opinion that If a person guilty of rebating could be Imprisoned the practice would soon cease However the Elkins law contained no provision for such a sentence APPROPRIATION For Payment of the President Tray eling Expeneee Washington June 23The opposi tion to the committee amendment to the sundry civil bill appropriating 25000 annually for the payment of the traveling expenses of the presi dent which was begun by Senator Me Laurin resulted in the withdrawal of the amendment and the passage of tho Independent bill providing practically for the same appropriation which was recently passed by the house of representatives The suggestion for ac tion on the bill instead of the amend ment was made by Senator Foraker and the appropriation bill was laid aside for two hours to permit this course Other business transacted included the passage of the sundry civil appropriation bill There was an ef fort to strike out of It tho provision prohlbting canteens at soldiers homes but instead it was mado stronger As passed tho bill carries an appropria tion of about 102600000 Tho bill also retains the house provision for a lock canal at Panama In the House Washington Juno 23 Pure food held the attention of the houso throughout the session The constitu tional features of the bill were debated by the leading lawyers of the house the Democrats splitting on whether the bill takes police power from the states Various features applicable to localities and Interests were discussed earn estly but It was early apparent that the bill practically In the form it came from the committee will be adopted By a unanimous vote the house passed the senate resolution expressing the sympathy of tho United States with the Hebrews on account of the massacres in Russia The house without com plating the pure food bill adjourned Ivena Executed Chicago June 23 Richard C Ivens was hanged for the murder ot Mrs Bessie Hollister Jan 12 The condemned roan until he stood upon the drop faced death in the same stolid Btannor in which he conductedhimself- singe Jils arrest When he stepped on the scaffold however much of his courage failed him Just before tiffs cap Was drawn over his race he attempted to utter a prayer but al though his lips moved convulsively his oce would not respond and hew lot able to utter a sound k From Mr Lewis BreckenridgeNews please answer these questions through the columns of your paper Why h it that B paper pubished in a country town always has notice of every thing certain Individuals dol That is if certain ones in a town go out of town tor a half a day or- eo there is always a mention in the town paper ot the fact that Mr or Mrs soandso went to such and suoh a place And there are others in the same town just as well known by the paper and may be ten to one more patrons of the paper bar those whose names are always seen in the paper But these patrons names are never mentioned on any oceanic when they go oit of town It is a positive tact that a good regular customer of the towns paper may go out of town visiting or on business or his friends or relatives may visit him and there is never a mention made of thcr fact In the paper NowMr Edit r why is this difference made by a paper Especially with good friends of the publication It it happened only once in a while the case would be readily understood but it is a fact that thIs diileierjce is wade by editors It seems that editors or newspaper men in the small towns do not look after bnt one lass All others ate not noticed though they can pay as much cash in to the support of the paper as they may outside of what they order and pay for is not noticed by the news paper men I am very truly T C Lewis While Mr Lewis may be sncere in his charges against newspaper editors he would doubtless view the matter abont which he writes entirely different if he were the editor of acme publication It is a fact that many columns of matter and a great many personals are left out ot every weekly paper for want of roomEditor REBATE CA6E8 Fines and Imprisonment Imposed by Federal Court Kansas City Mo June 23Eighty five thousand dollars in fines wore im posed in the federal court by Judge Smith McPherson upon corporations and persons found guilty of violating the anti rebato clause of tho Elkins law In addition two men were sen tenced to Jail respectively for four and three months The penalties are as follows Chicago Burlington and Quln oy fined 16000 Cudahy Packing company fined 15000 Armour Packing company fined 15000 Swift Co packers fined 15000 Nelson Morris Co packers fined 15000 George L Thomas New York freight broker fined 6000 and sentenced to four months in Jail L BTaggart his clerk fined 4000 and sentenced to three months In Jail- Alleged Assassination Plot Portland Ore June 23 During the trial of six Poles charged with assault and battery upon Walter Sealaszkl wlczSealaazklwlct testified that about a month ago a plot was laid In this city and an attempt was made to raise funds to send a member of an anar chist organization to Washington to assassinate President Roosevelt He stated that the plan fell through The defendants vehemently denied the ac cusations and in turn declared that Sealaszklwlcz was himself an anar chist The documents and pamphlets seized by the secret service Inspectors have been forwarded to Washington Almlrante Bay Washington June 23 Lieutenant Commander George W Logan report ed to the navy department the results of many months work by a naval party making a survey of the great bay at Boas Del Toro Nicaragua The sur vey has not been completed and will require several months work next sea son but sufficient has been accom pllshed to make it evident that in Al mlrante bay 140 miles west of the en trance of the proposed Panama canal commerce will tint one of the finest sheets of water In Centrall America ij YourWants WantsSupplied IWo arc fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing in our line with entire satisfaction Repair workis one of our specialties fJewelry watches or any thing that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right IfWe respectfully solicit your patronage T C LEWIS SON 11 HARD1NSBURG KV e Tl I AVftiln i Ntia rt um SUffERED AGONIE- SFORFOURYEARS Whole Foot Nothing But Proud Flesh Tried Different Physicians and All Kinds of Ointments Could Walk Only With CrutchesOhio- Man Says- CUTICURA III REMEDIES THE BEST ON EARTH the myrighttoe down to the heel nhysicianho was trying to sew up the side of my foot but with no success When he found out that wouldnt work lie began trying to heal the woundwith all kindsof ointment until at last mywhole foot and alxivo my warup proudflesh told agonies for four years and tried different physicians and all kinds of ointments I could walk only with crutches It is sixteen months ago since I began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment for my limb and foot Tho first two months the Cuticura Remedies did not seem fo work but I kept on using them both In two weeks afterwards I saw a usingCuticuraing tho day and kept it up for seven ii r limb healed upjustIt is eight months now since I stopped using Cuticura Remedies the best on God s earth I am working at the present day after five Fears of suffering The cost of Cuticura Ointment and Soap was only 80 but the doctors bills wero more liko 6600 You can publish my name and refer any one to write to me about Cuticura Remedies I will answer all letters if postage is enclosed John M Lloyd 718 S Arch Ave Alliance Ohio June 27 1905 oryIIUDOconilitlng of Cuticura soap 24c Olntinrnt Me RtioU Tent SOc In teem of Chorolile Coated Illli Sit per iiil l of MI may be had of til druggliti Ailngleittoflcaeuni Toner Unix t Chem Corp Kolf Prop Uoiton aiMmllcd 1rte flow to Cart Skin udUlood Uumort Boys Held on Murder Charge Wooster 0 June 22Harry White Allen Miller 17 and William Eberhart all sons of respected parents of Alli ance 0 were held without ball on a charge of having murdered Thomas Dye 17 at Orrvllle on April 2 White and Eberhart are said to havo confessed that the trio had planned to rob a party of Italian workmen who were near by and that Dye coming into view interfered with their plans Die regarding their call to him to halt hei wgs shot by Miller so Whlto and Eberhart allege Brushes With Rebels Mapumulo Natal June 20 Rebels attacked a convoy of five wagons but the convoy got away though pursued for two miles A force of 60 men which was sent out from Mapumulo to protect the wagons encountered 500 rebels who were arranging an am bush An engagement ensued lasting an hour and a half during which the rebels thrice determinedly charged the Natal force The rebels ultimately fled leaving 60 of their number dead 1 Wrangle Over Relief Funds San Francisco June 22Wlth the claim that members of the finance committee ot the citizens relief com mittee entered Into a conspiracy to make improper use of the relief funds turned over to Its care proceedings were begun In superior court by an as sociated number ot refugees to obtain an injunction restraining tho finance committee from doing anything fur ther with the funds now In hand or receiving any more money or food Chinks Sent Home San Francisco Juno 22Tho Korea sailed for tho orient with almost a full cargo consisting exclusively ot over land freight Tho Korea carried about homoIlessback to szt ox Chinese government As tho refugeesI walked up the gangplank each ed a small sum In silver Chinese consul as pocket money Two Farmers Murdered Cordell Okla Juno 23Jarpes Locke and John Wallace prominent farmers wero hold up and murdered on the road between Foss and Arapahoe Tho man who Is alleged to have com mitted the crime Is under arrest Ho hired Locke to drive him across the country Locke Invited Wallace to ac company them Near Arapahoe the stranger drew a revolver It is said and shot both his companions San Francisco Saloons San Francisco June 22The board of supervisors passed an ordinance fIx- ing saloon licenses at 650 per annum Saloons will be permitted to resume business July 5 and for the first 30 days tholr doors will remain open from 6 a m to 8 p m After that time If the police commissioners so desire the saloons may remain open all night Ruin For Crow Landst Billings Mont Juno 23 Easterners are flocking to this place by the hun dreds to register for tho Crow lands Many prospective settlers secured tents and went to the reservation where they will establish cnmps and make a thorough inspection qtfb lands At the present rate the regis tration will not exceed 10000 fhI4rJ T r4gs BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column Rev George Barker Stevens DwIght professor of systematic theology in the Yale divinity school died at New Ha ven Conn after a short Illness At Cincinnati 0 William H More land father of the Jockey Thomas Moreland died of burns he received while trying to rescue somo money re cently sent home by the Jockey to pay off a mortgage J M Morrison marshal of the town of Huttlg Ark was shot and killed by Dana Howard a negress whom Morri son was endeavoring to arrest on a charge of murder The woman was captured by n posse Robert Bruce Burns 54 a well known western railroad contractor and for nine years chief engineer of the coast lines of the Santa Fo com pany died at Los Angeles Cal He was a native of Maine William Brasch of Rochester N Y was arrested at Cleveland 0 for wife murder which he confessed Mrs Mary Gilmore with whom he is al leged to have eloped and for whom he said he killed his wife was also ar restedBy unanimous vote the executive board of the Western Federation of Miners turned down the application of the coal miners of Ohio and Illinois affiliated with the United Mine Work ers of America for admission to the federationAt Ont the Interior ot the new Central Presbyterian church was completely destroyed by fire Loss 50000James A Hughes was renominated for congress from the Fifth congres sional district of West Virginia by RepublicansWilliam a negro Indicted for as saulting several women was taken to Baltimore Jrom Norfolk Va for safe keeping threats of lynching having been made In a collision between trains on the Atlantic Coast line at Ahoskle N C O O King of Portsmouth Va the en gineer and a brakeman Walter Carter of Windsor N C were killed Exasperated because he caught but three small fish after an allday effort Joseph Buechleln returned to his homo at St Louis and committed sulcldo with carbolic acid He left n widow and infant Frederick Wilson 30 formerly a clerk in the employ of the Title Guar antee and Trust company of Los Angeles arrested at New York June 6 charged with embezzlement of 20000 of the trust companys money was given Into custody of W H Amble chief of police of Los Angeles James Healey 40 and single was found asphyxiated in a shavings chute at the Stet lton Lumber companys mill Columbus O M Lodygensky the Liberal gover nor who tried to stop the Black Hun dred agitation at Vologoda Russia was removed from office Fletcher D Proctor son of United States Senator Redfield Proctor was nominated by acclamation for gover nor ot Vermont at Republican state conventionThree laborers were killed and two others injured by a cavein at the Iron and steel works of Mil liken Brothers at Mariners Harbor Staten IslandIWIdener Elkln holding company under the name of the Indiana Colum bus Eastern increased its capital ization under Ohio laws from 1000 000 to 12000000 Clarence M York secretary to Chief Justice Fuller ofthe supreme court of the United States was killed by Jumping from a window of a Wash ington hospital whore he was under going treatment New postmasters OhloJ B El I RoI Shelbyvlllo Edna J Kirk Paints 11 Perry Westorfleld Sebroo W R Slinkard a railroad contractor of El Paso was killed by Ynqui In titans in Sonora Mexico where ho was making n grade At Philadelphia John Joseph Koan kidnaper of Freddie Muth was con victed and sentenced to the penitentiary for 20 years Herbert H D Peirce now third as istant secretary of state was appointed envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to NorwayIFire at Evansville Ind destroyed the plant of the Keller Printing com pany loss 60000 The fire was startIed by a gasoline explosion A duel with pistols was fought in Brooklyn between a diminutive Italian and a giant longshoreman of the same nationality in which the latter was ql most instantly killed The slayer es I caped Negro societies if they desire may adopt and use the emblem of any se J cret organization which excludes them from membership according to a decision rendered by the Justices of the court of special sessions at New York j At Dorchester Va Chief of Police William Renfro was shot and killed by unknown persons I Dave Mevillo and Wheelock Harvey I laid to bo wanted in New York on a charge of robbing the First National I bank ofa large amount in cash and securities were apprehended at Fort Worth Tex I 44i f COiTCNATTOrf jOf King Haakon ru Queen Maud Brilliant Event Trondhjem June 22Wlth a cero monial modified from the old Norso forms to meet the modern democratla spirit of the country King Haakon VII and Queen Maud at noon in the old Trondhjem cathedral were anoint ed blessed and given Norways crowns When nearly 40 years ago King Oscar of Sweden received the crown he bared his breast and eccle siastics dressed it with sacred oils according to the customs of older days King Haakon was anointed only on the forehead and wrists and the entire rite was simpler The king and queen entered the cathedral at 11 oclock King Haakon was crowned first and Queen Maud afterward with practically the same ceremony There were 3000 persons present that number representing the capacity of the edifice Senate For Lock Canal Washington June 2The senate took a position in accord with tho president and the house of represen tatives by declaring for a look canal across the isthmus of Panama The result was reached after a dlBcussiou that was almost devoid of Interesting incident There was only one recorded vote in connection with the disposi tion of the question and that was nega tive in character coming on n motion to lay on the table the lock type substitute for the sealevel bill reported by the committee on interoceanic ca nal This motion was made by Senator Kittredge tho committee cham pion of the sealevell plan and was voted down 31 to 36 The vote is gen erally accepted as ending a long con test and definitely settling the type of the great waterway Uncle Sam Cant Interfere New York June 21 A telegram from President Roosevelt relative to the recent massacre of Jews in Russia was read at a mass meeting of Jews In this city In it the president said I shall go over the matter with Soc retary Root You know how deeply we sympathize with your feelings and how shocked and horrified we are at what has occurred In Russia but you know also how well nigh impossible it is to accomplish anything but harm by Interferences The mass meeting was held at the Jewish synagogue in Nor folk street to lament the death of the Jews in the recant massacres at Bla lystok Washed Injured MaVs Heart Los Angeles June 22To havo his heart taken out and particles of sand washed from it as it beat and still survive has been the experience of C M Martney a Pasadena contractor While riding a motor cycle he cam in collision with a hay wagon and a wooden rake prong pierced his breast The surgeon found that particles of sand had been driven Into the wound as far as tho heart They took that organ out washed It and replaced it Other Internal Injuries were attended to and indications are that Martney will recover Respite Granted Jefferson City Mo June 23Gover nor Folk granted a respite to Mrs Aggie Myers and Frank Hottman to Sept 3 They were to be hanged Juno 2d Governor Folk refused respite to Ed Dateman negro sentenced to hang In Lawrence county Juno 29 fi rape Ohio Editor Dead Chllllcothe 0 Juno 21 William H Hunter 59 editor of the NewsAdver tiser of this city died after an opera tion for appendicitis lie was prominent in Ohio newspaper circles Maharajah Seeing the West Colorado Springs Colo June 23 The maharajah of Baroda India and his royal suite left over the Santa Fa for the Grand Canyon California and Yellowstone park THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers U 004T6 10 OWN 3 0994 fat bulls S3 7604 26 hclfera SI 7SC6 86 stook rs and feeders 2 Ts + 711 Sheep and Inn b j Shwp SIt 5nar0 nr lambs 526f 40 yearlings I 7 uo tilven S5 756 BO togs Choir to prime heavy S6 506 62 ineillum to good heavy 6 50fi6 68 butcher Wright J810- a6 ao good to rholoe heavy mid J 10 fl 6 55 packing 18 006 85 Vhat No 1 red STfiXSf Corn No I 6ZQ 21FjOatNo 2 S8c EAST BUFFALO Cattle nod to choice export 6 2S 95 80 uhlpinx meTs d H 7805 26 butchers rattle i r r ii heifers S3 7508 10 tat cows S fa 4 ii i bulls S2 IIUN 26 milker and springers Si5 OftfrlS 00 Sheep and Unnibs Good to choice wethers SB 00f6 26 mixed sheep SS 50 T5 75 ewes SI 00t 6 U lambs S5 OOJJ7 00 Cnlvifi JJent S7 00fl 7 25 HORH Heavies and medium 6 80 S6 82 Yorkers SB 80CT6 86 pigs SS 70 6 SB roughs S5 7G6 00 stags S4 00- ti5 00 PITTSBURG Cattle Choice S5 65yJ 5 SO prime S4 605 60 tidy butchers SS 0005 25 heifers S3 50 f4 70 cows bulls and stags S2 6004 25 fresh cows S25 00048 00 Sheep and U mbs Prime wethera S5 70G 85 good mixed 5 40 6 C5 lambs S4 0006 75 spring lambs B 0008 00 Hogs Heavy hogs medium and heavy Yorker S6 80 light Yorkers J6 756 80 pigs SB 6506 75 CLEVELAND Cattle Choice steers S5 1505 60 heifers S4 154 65 fat cows S3 9004 15 bulls S3 9004 15 milkers and ipringen S15 00045 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice lambs S3 15 7 00 fair to good S6 0006 75 culls and common S4 0005 75 Calves S7 60 down Hdgs Mixed weights S6 70 pigs S 00 6 CO stags Sf 254 76 roughs SI 60 06 00 BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva tin XX and above 3l3 Hc X HO 12c No 1 373Sc No3 37SSc un washed 2526c unwashed delaine 23Q 29c fine washed detain 86037c Kentucky Indiana etc H and Ublood S29 83cCINCINNATIWheat No 2 red 11S 19c CornNo 3 mixed 5252Hc Oatnr No 2 40H41c RyeNo3 6c Lard 8 65 Bulk meatsl9 75 nacon10121- 4Hoge5 6008 60 CatUeU 0005 0Ot Sh ep350Q5 2 lambs6 OO S 26 TOLEDOrAVheat 1G4io corriliH61V sate 42c rye 660 c19YFrBeed ft 7f r rV GRANDEST BARBECUE ANDI PICNIC TAR SPRINGS I J 1 7 Y i Brass BandMerryGoRound i BoxballShooting RacksDoll BabiesConfetti Soda v No Stones are Being Left Unturned in Our Efforts to Give the r PATE i t BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D end V G BABBAGE lEditors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charRed for at the ate of 5 ants per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notlf r us When orderings change In the address subscribers should Rive their old us well as the new address TWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900 For Congress HON LIEN JOHNSON Our friend Mr Dodson of Ftyinire is under a very wrong imprpsslon as to the standing of Ben Johnson on the 1whiskyquestion Mr Dodson while accusing Jonnson of being a whisky man may in his own light be sincere in his charges but we regret to say that Mr Dodson Knows not whereof he speaks when bo accuses Ben John eon of standing for or supporting the L i interests of whisky It is true that Johnson tried to defeat the rectifiers tax passed bv the last General Assemb ly but he did this not because he favored the whisky man not because he de sired to promote the traffic in anyway but because he saw nothing in the rectifiers tax but loss to tne state The question of temperance did not come up on either side in the consideration or the rectifiers tax It was purely a matter ot revenue for the state Those who favored the tax thought no doubt that more money would fall to the state by levying a rectifiers tax tnan the old way those who opposed the tax believed the old wav the better scourse ot revenue The moving of I several large rectifiers from Kentuc ky justifies Mr Johnson in his stand Ben Johnson stand for the county Unit bill and for the bill prohibiting the shipment of whiskey into local option districts is evidence of hisviews about the liquor business Aa for him Belt ne has voted for local option all of his life and has never taken a drink of whisky In view of these things it seems to us it would be better for Mr Dodson to uphold Ben Johnson 1- i rather than try to down him on a pre tense of Johnson being in league with the whisky interests Our correspondents will please favor ns by mailing tbier letters so that they will reach this office next Monday morning We want to take the Fourth off Peculiar to Itself In selection proportion and combination jInthe process by which their remedial Values are extracted and preserved In effectiveness usefulness and economy Curing the widest range of diseases the most good for the money the most medicinal merit greatest record of curefc EiDoingI Sarsaparilla I I liquid form or In chocolated j as raatabc 300 dose 1 r I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MfflJon bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to Y01l1 No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Foot Liver Pins THE SICK Mrs E M Bartles Mr W K Dorst Mr Preston Ford Mr John Phelon I Mr and Mrs Archie Howard Mr Robt E Moorman Mr C P Babbage Mr Chits U Bryan Mr John OBIYIUIIThe trial of Barny Bohler has been postponed Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Borroughs an old and well known resident of Bluff ton Ind says I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trouble I make this statement after having used the remedy in my family for sev real years I am never without It This remedy is almost sure to be needed before the summer is over Why not b ny it now and be prepared for such an emergency For sale by Short ds Haynes Cluverport Mrs Cas Hook and children have returned from Union Star Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are etomacn ana liver disorders with us For the latter hqwever there is a sure remedy Electric bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says They res tored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and chronically torpid liver Eleutnc Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guaran tee by Short A Haynes druegist Price OOc Jnian Browns new biiik store house I la nearing completion Notice to chicken raisersR411 14 cures chicken cnolera and Ronp and lituberneck Price GO cents No cure no pay Guaranteed and sold by A R Fisher Druggist Charlie Mook one of the best Dry Goods snleman traveling out of Louisville is selling bis trade in the county this week for fall business His sou Charlie is with him learning the business and getting in line He Is a bright boy and full of businesslike his daddie Feel Impending Doom The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of Bright a dis ease and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness byLtho benefit derived tram taking Foleys Kidney Care It wili cure incipient Brigths diseaso I and diabetes and even in the worst cases gives comfort and lelief Sight disorders are cured in a few days I had diabetes in its worst form writes Marion Lee of Dnnreath Ind I tried eight physicians without re Bet Only three bottles of Foleys Kid ney Cure made me a well man Sold by A ft Fisher Returned From Iowa Mrs Will Bandy and daughter Hazel who left Gaston in March to visit relatives in Iowa have returned last Tuesday They attended Home Coming at Bradenbnrg M I S + +N+ + + N oNN NNNN N4- ss i The Bank of Hardinsburg ss- s and Trust Company iCAPITAL 50000 00 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier e PAUL CUMFTON Assistant Cashier BeardtDIRECTORS 1 s Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis s+ trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Ii Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary A NN N N1N1N NNTVVVVYYTTTTTT Vise Ollie Fallon has retnrneu from Louisville Merrygoround at big barbecue und picnic Tar Springs July 4 Ms L B Perkins and her guests Mr and Mrs H H Sanders and son Herbert Jr and daughter Mason of Nashville Tenn will leave Thursday for a trip to Evansville on the steamer Morning Star How to Break Up a Cold It may be a snprise to mauyto 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 cough a profens watery discharge from the nose and a thin white coating on the tongue When Chamberlains cough remedy is taken every hour on the first of these symptoms it counteracts the effect of the cold and restores the system to a wealthy condition within a day or two For sale by Short A Hanyes Miss Adelia Moorman returned home Monday evening from Louisville where she has been visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Harpole There is no need worrying along in discomfort because ot a disordered di gestion Uet a bottle of KODOL DYS PEPSIA and see what it will do for you Kodol not only digests what you eat and gives that tited stomach a needed rest but is a corrective of the greatest efficiency Kodol relieves indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart flatulence and sour stomach Kodol will make your stomach young and healthy again You will worry just in the proportion that your stom ach worries you Worry means the loss of ability to do your best Worty is to be avoided at all times Kodol will take the worry out of your stomach Sold by all druggists Roy Starks father a Union soldier 60 years of age died near Dukes last week Particulars conld not be learn edIMerrygoround at big barbecue and picnic Tar Springs July 4 FOURTH OF JULY REDUCED RATAS VIA HENDERSON ROUTE Ask your Agent L J IRWIN G P A Louisville Ky F D FERRY Agent L H St L Ry h T T T y y T Y IHARDINSBURG John C Chaneyof Constantine was in the city Monday Mr and Mrs Wm G Ha well returned home Saturday from Stephens port after a visit to Mr and Mrs G W McCnbbins V G cabbage of Clover port is in town on legal business Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard are in Union Star to attend the Richard sonSchneber wedding Messrs Jesse Whitworth Chas P Edmunds Paul Compton and Jno P Haswell Jr were at Tar Springs and Cloverport Sunday Jesse Eskridge has returned to Owensboro after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge Mrs Roscoe Severs and Margaret Baker ate visiting Mr and Mm D H Severs at Cloverport- R 0 Richardson of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs P M Beard Monday Paul E Frost of Louisville was a visitor in town Monday Jas G Brodie of Chenanlt is here visiting friends The Rev and Mrs G B King have returned home from a visit to relatives atCampbellsDr Marshall of Irvington purchased at Commissioners sale Mon day the Frost property at Irvington for 1000Green Bandy of Irvington was in the city Monday County Court was in session Mon day Dr John E Kinchftloa was called to Meade county last weeK on a pro fessional visit Miss Mary Edmunds of Glasgow is visiting Miss Lytie Ford T B Henderson of Webster was in town the first of the week on a busi ness trip- L1Udsey Einchetoe spent Sunday at Gaston the guest of friends Miss Mattie Hendry of Louisville is visiting Miss Esther Lewis Wave Lewis of Louisville is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs T C Lewis 0 M MoGlbtblan of West Plont was in town Monday on business Mrs Orla Woolfolk of Branden burg is visiting Mr and Mrs Gus D SbeTlman B F Beard went to Louisville Mon day evening Quarts rly court convenes next Monday 0110Do rABees teeltie Kind You Raw AhnjjBndit Slgattvt ot 1 daughterVirgitaaand oneof Versailles have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Gregory and Mr and Mrs Fred Fraire Mrs R B Pierce and Mrs B P White went to Louisville Monday John Barnes of Miwourl ia the guest of Mr and Mrs Japer Dyer Menyg rcmad ait big barbeeie Had plcaJo Tat BpriBg8Jnly 4i u BANKRUPT SALE i In the District Court of the United States of the Western DIrtrict of1Kentuckyr 4 Owensboro Division t In the Matter of 1 I BankruptcyBankruptJ f bankrupt Pursuant to an order of court as trustee of the estate of above named I will on i Tuesday July 10 1906 at 10 oclock a m f1sell the property of said bankrupt at public auction to the highest and best b for cash the sale to be made at Irvington Ky the personal property to be sOI the premises where it now is at the storehouse of above named bankrupt each lot of real estate to be sold at its location + Said personal property consists of a general stock of merchandise and store furni ture located at the store house formerly occupied by the bankrupt at Irvington Kentuckyand is composed of dry goods notions clothing boots shoes queensware hats caps hardware and other Articles of merchandise of the appraised value of 255100 This store furniture will be offered in a lot to itself the merchandise divided ipto suitable lots each lot offered to itself The entire stock with furni ture will then be offered as whole The sale realizing the most money will be cepted adlSaid real estate consists of three parcels of property A dwelling house and lot containing about two acres and lying on the South side of Caroline street in Irvington Kentucky and on the West sIde of the Bewleyvilla f road bounded on the North by the Lee Montgomery lot and being the same pur chased by the bankrupt of The Little Sisters of the Poor and is the home of the said bankrupt and is appraised at the sum of 325000 Lot No 27 in block 16 on plat of the town of Irvington Kentucky same having a frunt of 40 feet and a depth of 140 feet and lying and being in the town of Irving ton Kentucky adjoining the store house and appraised at 50000 Lot No 26 in block 14 on plat of townof Irvington Ky fronting 40 feeton Main street and running back 140 feet to lot No9 on said plat and adjoining above = mentioned lot No 27 lying and being in the town of Irvington Kentucky and be ing the same upon which is located the store house and other improvementformer ly occupied by the bankrupt Said lot is appraised at 250000 t Said sale to be made subject to approval of court unless said property brings three fourths of appraised value Any one desiring to purchase may see the roperty before day of sale I MORRIS H BEARD Trustee Hardinsburg Ky + 5 BANKRUPT SALE a In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the Matter of William H Doran In Bankruptcy v fBankrupt j Pursuant to an order of court as trustee of the estate of above named brnkrupt I will on Thursday July 12 1906 at 10 oclock a in i sell the property of said bankrupt at public auction to the highest and best bidder and for cash the sale to be made at Big Spring Kentucky The personal property to be sold on the premises where it now is at the store house formerly occt V 4 above bankrupt each lot of real estate to be sold at its location Said personal property consists of a stock of general merchandise and stor ture located at the store house formerly occupied by the bankrupt at Big Kentucky and is composed of dry goods notions clothing boots shoes ha hardware and other articles merchandise of the appraised value of This store furniture will be offered in a lot to itself the merchandise suitable lots each lot offered to itself The entire stock with rurn tu a- be offered as a whole The sale realizing the most money will be dlVllAt The real estate consists of the following two paroles of land and the thereon each of which will be offered separately the sale to be subject to IMtai proval of court 3P One lot upon which is located a frame store house 25x60 feet lying in Big k nou6laIjvalue Keritucinroad on the East by Mrs Durbins lands on the South byJDr Strothers hnj on the West by Mrs Wischarts lands appraised value 22500 jB All of said property will be sold free of encumberances Said sale to tie subject to the approval of the court MORRIS H BEARD Trustee Hardsniburg Ky t IAY at r THE BKECKENRIDGE NEWS t J MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1906 y P h Y tCLjYER LADY EYIGATOR MilS ROSE WATKINS GRANT iJJ x KD PILOTS LICENSE ON RIYERto s A Model Housekeeper and Expert 1 jCookAslsb In Painting Engines 1 IofSteamerHusband Is Engineer tt Is Pilot a In the early spring of this year fiw J when the Steamboat Inspectors began iil their examinations at Chicago of tue rIIfarlous applicants for license to handle t steamers on the Illinois River they t were somewhat startled over the ap t pearunce of Mrs R6se E Watklns In li r the class and only after a most thor toyst J ough test as to her ability to handle a steamer was she issued u license- D Mrs Watkins Is the wife of Cap ythin George T Watkins and they own the boat with which they navigate the waters of the Illinois For the last eight years Mrs Watkins has made her home on her husbands boats Their home was originally at Peoria where Mrs Watkins spent her girl iSbd days and before her marriage to Cjptain Watkins had taught school EXPERT IN RIVER NAVIGATIONM IjFor the last four years they have put in the summer conducting an ex curslon business between Chicago and the scenic points down the Illinois River including Starved Rock and the ravines and canyon surrounding It Mrs Watkins has been for years an r expert In navigating these waters but t formallytf a classed as a navigable stream it has generally been regarded that the navi gation of the Illinois ended at La Salle r but In spite of this the Watkins and ne or two smaller craft have been i egularly plying the upper reaches ot- I I ihe river Last winter the steamboat t I f men were notified that the boats on this section would have to comply with all the government regulations to tcarry regularly licensed pilots and engineers c A few weeks later Inspector Mans Inf k spect the Watkins Since Mrs Wat i3 kins has secured her pilots license pjthere have been all sorts of stories In as to that inspection One 1 S iromance reads that the Inspectors J found her seated at a table In the i pilot house poring over a chart look 31lag up the location of a recently dis spoileare the hard utilitarian facts in the 18J case The pilot house of the Watkins Is too small to hold a table and Mrs Watkins is much too busy to pore a t over a chart at this season of the year z Then the only really dangerous snag In the river at Starved Rock Is the ad t mission fee which the corporation that In h howns it charges before the sightseer ve L t1 a uric iMRS ROSEtgo i Granted a License times Icxtrao il1ie permitted to set foot on the shore tr litt that beautiful and historic spot c thatwnensY all b1al yislt to the boat Mrs Watklus w voi tngaged tn painting the cnflnes Dur Cap16kCverylnt Watkins were engaged OVer tills ijianllng1 and renovating their boat s nfafno mall task when one remembers Li g n that the boat can carry 600 passengers yeaon Its two decks As a result of the examinationhj which they recently underwent atI Chicago Captain George Watkins holds an engineers and a roosters license white his wife holds a license M master and pilot which entitles her t to pilot any craft HP to 100 tons bur Jta us be Raton Itbe Illinois and Its tributaries Mrs Watkins is a I modest and refined woman who Is not given to boasting of her exploits along lines into which women seldom venture But she takes a pardonable degree of pride in the fact that she Is not an amateur pilot but is the real thing In that line DISPLAYS UNCOMMON ABILITY When the excursion season closes the Watklns not Infrequently seek other business In the ate fall and early spring on the lower reaches of the river and It is while engaged in this work that Mrs Watkins has the opportunity to display her real ability as a navigator She has brought the boat up the river in all conditions of wind and current and that too when It was nandling a great barge piled high with props for the Spring Valley mines or with great walnut logs for a piano factory at Chicago As to her ability to handle a crew of deck hands there Is n determined glint in her eye which indicates that she can do that also and she can cook for them as well as she can direct THE WATKINS I their labors on board There is noth- Ing mannish or strenuous or new wom anish about this lady master of the steamer Watklns she is a model housekeeper and is household guard- Ian angel for all the crew who dwell upon the bout This Is the plain story of a good woman refined pleasant and energetic who does the work that comes to hentlloroughly and who Is surprised that her ability to handle a fairsized fresh water craft should have attracted the attention that It undoubtedlyI has Interstate Commerce Commission An opinion at one time prevailed that the members of the interstate commerce commission had an easy time I A place on the board was char acterized in the slang of the day as a soft snap However this may once have been It Is not true now The dispatches show that not only Is E WATKINS l to Pilot Steamers the commission a very busy body but that Us activities are yielding much Important Information Its Inquiries Into the methods otfthe railroads In terested In coal anti Into the practices oi the Standard Oil Company in ab sorbing or freezing out opposition arc In the highest degree valuable to the public and should lead to the redress ing of many abuses If the board were composed of twenty members all could find work at this time In tIle field which as ye has been but r scratched sr fin a pigeon shpot at Madrid King Alfonso killed twentythree birds out ora twentynine There hasI been Some Improvement In SpanishI marksmanship In recent years CONGRESSMEN ARRESTED TWO DOZEN OF THEM GATHERED IN AT BASEBALL GAME HI OFFICIAL OF HOUSE Presidents SonInLaw Among Those Coraled by Sergeantat Arms Trouble Causedby Minority Leader Williams That the Members of Congress are fond of u bull game was evidenced a few days ago when a call of the House a desire to obtain a quorum of the members caused the Sergeant atAruis of that body to send out his- deputies to urrest whatever members his squad could corral Twentytwo Congressmen were gathered up from the grandstand and bleachers of the Washington Baseball Club Mr Nich olas Longworth and his wife being brought In from the Presidents box It was a delightful spring afternoon and the House was droning along through Its business with John Sharp STEAMER possible r Williams filibustering and forcing roll wills on everything possible Including the question of a quorum The weather as heretofore stated was line and the call of the bull game was strong upon the fans of the House They heeded it and went and then Mr Williams became unkind there was a call for a quorum and the SergeantatArms went after the de llquentsThe rounded up stray members from all parts of the grounds and In the executive box found the popular bridegroom from Ohio with his wife They are both lovers of the game as well as otherwise and the humor of the situation was slow In dawning on them Hut they could not resist or argue with constituted authority They gave parole to pro ceed at once to the Capitol They had come In Mrs Longwortlf pretty auto mobllei and on the return trip they took with them Representative Gaines of West Virginia- Itepresentatlve Sibley of Pennsyl vania with a party of eight members also went back to the Capitol in an automobile and on the way was held up by a bicycle policeman for exceeding the speed regulations but when the situation was explained to the of ficer they were allowed to proceed A few moments later the auto party was filing In at the door of the House The roll call was awaiting them They marched In voted turned on their heels and went straight hack to the machine Before the authorities could get busy they were again speed Ing toward the ball park HOUSES WEUB TOO SLOW A number of the statesmen who were hustled buck to the Capitol In carriages were riot so fortunate as the Sibley party They arrived so lute that It wasnt worth while to return to the ball park- A number of the truants are dyed inthewool fans some making regular but not dally excursions to the ballpark while others can afford to eschew the affairs of state every day to see a game On the occasion of their arrest a number had made their first visit to see the bull thrown around Before the House was called to order the next day the delinquents gathered about to hold u consultation meeting- It was too bud that we had to leave Just when there was a chance for Washington to tie the score with three men on bases wailed Repre sentative Sherman of New York chairman of the Republican Congressional campaign committee Oh go on added Congressman McKinley of Illinois our Chicago team Is too strong for the Nationals Their pitcher struck out the next two men up leaving your three still hang- Ing on their bases Of Course it was up to that Can forma recruit on the home team to make the star stunt of the day added Representative McKinley who halls from Santa Road Cal Others In the gathering seemed to assail Representative Sibley for coax- Ing them to leave time House for a ball gums as they considered it a blackeye for them to be caught away from their post of duty Among the few wnom the Sergeant atArms had gathered In were Representatives Loud of Michigan Cousins of Iowa Thomas of Ohio Dunwell of New York and Burleigh of Maine Representative Rodenburg of Illinois was out at the park but seems to have been the sole truant who escaped the officer and was permitted to see the game through Wellman anti the Pole As the time draws near for Walter Wellman the newspaper correspond ent to make his proposed dash for the N6rtb Poleby means of an air ship the world at largo Is waking upI to the vast daring and Importance of the attempt The scheme cuts adrift absolutely from all other of the time honored methods of traveling over the eternal ice of the Arctic zone Mr NVellman Is no novice in arctic travel as he hUll already made one attempt for the Pole in the old fashioned way From Spitsbergen Wellman to gether with Maj Henry B Horsey representing the Unitedi States Weather Bureau and M J Smith a wireless operator will start in the biggest airship ever constructed on the WOmlle journey toward the goal of HO many mens desires If the air ship works and the winds remain true to the analysis of them made by the Nausea expedition the thing Li done The North Pole Is a terribly Illusive sort of nonentity and a thousand un foreseen calamities may be ready to pounce upon Walter Wellman and his plucky associates Yet the quest Is not an absolutely forlorn hope To the Americium newspaper man may yet be given the honor of locating the North Pole just as to a British newspaper man was given the glory of cutuu Africa in twain The Princess Bridal Dress Princess Enns wedding dress at tracted great Interest In Spain as It is truly a Spanish product In fabric and finish except for the wonderful Brussels lace which was brought to adorn it It was a fancy of the King and of the Queenmother that the wedding dress should be made In Spain and the Princess Emma graciously fell In with this patriotic sentiment The dress Is therefore one of the special presents from the King and Is n marvel of elegance The sill was manufactured from a special pattern in one of the large Spanish silk establishments It was mode up with all the artistic skill of the court dressmakers The silk Is heavily overlaid w Ith wonderful silver embroidery with soft frills of the finest Brussels lace said to have cost- Q5o a yard The laces were publicly exhibited before being put on the dress und excited the admiration and astonishment of even the aristocratic ladles of Madrid Orange blossoms were profusely used with the silver embroideries und laces for the corsage NOT IV TIlE and even In dainty clusters along the train which Is four yards long According to Spanish traditions the bride must afterward present this wedding dress to the Virgin de la Paloma the popular protectress of maternity HNaive Questions Mrs Alexander the novelist lives In Florence There a young American woman recently Interviewed her Mrs Alexander was delightful said the young woman She amused 100I very much I too amused hershoI thought me naive Once when I asked her a certain question about the financial side of novel writing she declared that my question was as naive as that of a little Florentine childs that she had heard about the day before This child at dinner with her par ents turned to her mother und said Mamma where were you born l- At darling But I was born In Florence wasnt 11it Yes dear And father was he born In Venice The little locked gravely from one to the other Isnt It funny she said we should all have met like this Her Innate Diplomacy Patient to Pretty Nurse Will you be my when I recover Pretty Nurse Certainly Patient Then you love mo Ab mePretty NurseOh no thats mere ly a part of the treatment I must keep my patients cheerful I promised this morning to run away with a mar- rIed man who had lost both bis legs i Houston Pgataif = 1 lIdj Ii ltII w onanxCOpyrtghtcd rJ7rol 111 1 Synopsis of Preceding Cnaoters Thi retnes of the story are laid In the llth century The monks of the Cistercian Munartery Abbey of tleuulleu assemble to wltnew the trial of a lay brother known M Ilordlo John upon numerous irrTBchtri i brought afftlnrt him He pleads guilty and to sentenced to Ira espelled from the Order and utthe tome time It la decreed that he be dragged forth and scourged from the Abbeys rrertncts lie threatens to assault a number of the brethren and In the excitement mcapoi Shortly after another of the laybrethren of the monastery Alleyne Udrteran takehla departure from the monastery In accord ance with prorUlon of his fathers will that In tall twentieth year he shall go forth Into the world for one year to choose for hlnuelf his future calling In sadness he wanders from the monastery on hit way to tltQt his brother the Socman of Mlnrtead whose reputation li a mot unurory one right coming on he seeks shelter In roadtide Inn ClIAlTEH III Though it was an autumn evening and somewhat warm u hugo tire of heaped billets of wood crackled and sparkled In a broad open grate some of the smoke escaping up a rude chim ney but the greater part rolling out Into the room so that the tJr was thick with it and a man coming from without could scary catch his breath On this fire a great caldron bubbled and simmered giving forth a rich and promising smell Seated round It were a dozen or so folk of all ages and conditions set up such a shout as Alleyne entered that he stood peering at them through the smoke uncertain what this greeting might portend- A rouse A rouse cried one roughlooking fellow in a tattered jer kin One more round of mead or ale and the score to the last corner TIs the law of the Pled Merlin shouted another Ho there Dame Eliza nero is fresh cistoiu come to WAS WAS girl that wife who the house and not a drain for the company I will take your orders gentles I will assuredly take your orders the landlady answered hustling In with her full of leathern drinking cups What Is It that you drink then Beer for the lads of the forest mead for the gleeman strong waters for the tinker and wine for the rest It is an old custom of the house sir It has been the use at the Pled Merlin this many a year back that the company should drink to the health of the last comer Is It your pleasure to humor It Why good dame said Alleyne I would not offend the customs of your house but is only sooth when I say that my purse Is a thin one As far ns two pence will go however I shall be right glad to do my part Plainly said and bravely spoken my suckling friar roared a deep voice and a heavy hand fell upon Alloynos shoulder Looking up he saw beside him his former cloister companion the renegade monk Hordle JohnBy the thorn of Glastonbury HI days are coming upon Beaulleu said he Here they have got rid In tiny of the only two men within their walls for I have had mine eyes upon thee youngster and I know that for all baby face there Is the making of a man in thee While lie was speaking the landlady came In again bearing a broad platter upon which stood nil the beakers end flagons charged to the brim with the brown ale or the ruby wine Behind her came n maid with a high pile of wooden plates and n great sheaf of spoons one of which she handed round to each of the travellers Two of the company who were dressed In the we ther stalned green doublet of tea w vriH u r ttvT d 1 u esters lifted the big pot oil the fire and a third with a huge pewter ladlel served out a portion of steaming col shore to each guest Alleyne bore his and his alemug away with him to a retired trestle In the corner where he could sup In peace and watch the strange scene which was so different from those silent and wellordered meals to which he was accustomed Three or four of the men round the fire were evidently underkcepers and verderers from the forest sunburned and bearded with the quick restless eye and lithe movements of the deer among which they lived Close to the corner of the chimney sat a middle aged gleeman clad in a faded garb of Norwich cloth the tunic of which was so outgrown that it did but fasten at the neck and at the waist His face was swollen and coarse and his watery protruding eyes spoke of a life which never wandered very far from the winepot A gilt harp blotched with many stains and two of Its strings missing was tucked under one of his arms while with the r ther he scooped greedily at his platter Next to him sat two other men of about the same age one with a trimming of fur to his coat which gave him a dignity was evidently dearer to him than his comfort for he still drew u round him In spite of the hot glare of the fagots The other clad In a dirty russet suit with a long sweeping doub let had a cunning foxy face with keen twinkling eyes and a peaky beard Next to him sat Hordle John and be side him three other rough unkempt fellows with tangled beards and matted hairfree laborers from the adjoining farms where small patches of freehold property had been suffered po THERE A BATTLE BUT SIR NIOEL HEART OF IT Padua where hands young It one thy which to remain scattered about In the Itheart of time royal demesne The com parry was completed by a peasant InIa rude dress of undyed sheepskin with the oldfashioned galligaskins about Ills legs timid a gayly dressed young man with striped cloak Jaggedf- at ru the edges and particolored hosen who looked about him with high dls damn upon his face and held a blue smelling flask to his nose with one hand while he brandished a busy spoon with the other In the corner a very fat man was lying all asprawl upon a truss snoring stertorously and evidently In the last stage of drunken nessAlleyne listened to the talk which went on round tIre fire Elbow room for Floytlng Will cried a woodman Twang us a merry lilt Aye aye the Lasses of Lancas ter one suggested- Or St Simeon and the Devil Or the Jest of bendy Tobias To all those suggestions the jong leur made no response but sat with his eye fixed abstractedly upon the ceiling as one who calls words to his mind Then with a sudden sweep across the strings he broke out into a song so gross and so foul that ere he lad finished a verse the pure minded lad sprang to his feet with the blood tingling in his face How can you sing such things he cried You too an old man who should be an example to others The wayfarers all gazed In tho utmost astonishment at time Interruption- By the holy Dlcon of Hampolel our silent clerk has found his tongue said one of the woodmen What Is amiss with the song then How has It offended your babyship- A milder and bettermannered song hath never been heard within these rJ L I r1 I Y c Iti EVER HELD IN THE COUNTY t JULYI FOURTHr1 ancing all day and all nightf I Water FountainTar Water FreeAdmission Freel1 Grandest Barbecue and Picnic Ever Held in the Cou- rtypPROPRIETORS Ii1 he Breckenridge NewW- EDNESDAY JUNE 271906 = So TiredIt may bq from overwork b the charesare its from an 1- active e 1l1VER With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountain of labor without fatigue It adds a hundred percent to ones earning capacity It can be kept In healthful action by and only b- yTotfs Pills NO SUBSTITUTE tilAKE = D W Wilson is working at 3 Stephensport Miss Belle McGeary was in Har MondayJ a new fence around his dwelling- Mr D Stewart Miller has returnl ed from Owensbor- oj A Murray is at home fro I Louisville for a two weeks vaca lion Mr R E Moorman is some bet ter at the hour of this is being written Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia are hero from VerI sallIes Mrs JWi Stone returned from Louisville and Shelbyvillo Saturday night Wra McCracken who was hur i at theshops two weeks ago is improving nicely I Wilburn Gregory was here from Louisville last week the guest off Miss Essie Bohler es Clarence Keith is here fro Itir Elizabethtown visiting his parents Mr and sirs J E Keith Mrs Roscoo Severs of Colum bia Va is the guest of Mr andI Mrs D H Severs L Miss Margaret Baker of Hard Insborg is the guest of Mr andi I Mrs Frank Payno Misses Florence and Addio Fair leigh of Louisville are the guests of Misses Louise and Mildred Bab bage Mrs Melvin Blackandl baby Pierce City MO is the guest off her parents Mr and airs JohnI DeanIJ A Barry of the city streo- committee has been haying sever all streets on the Hill graded andI forked Mrs Nancy Taul and son W Taul of WaynokazOkla willjj hero until the eight of r1y iting relatives HumpBack i scorrs EMULSION wont nuke a- bvmpback etralghtaekMr will It make jlwrt kj IMJ M It kola loft HMJJ hub diKMcd bwte Hid Ii among th kw gMiMluc iMaM it recovery In rlck U aM b M CMwmftiMi J pUSCOTT Uu 4tHS r Yesbrnt I 1 aiisSulpbuWellsNewman and family near town Merrygoround at big barbecue and picnic Tar Springs July 4 Mis Guard Agnew and Mrs Chas Cox returned fioiu Stepiieuspoit Mon Itday perIPlannlDgMillMiss Mell Amberon ot Owensboro is the guest of Miss Cassie Anderson this week Merrrgo round at big barbecuu and picnic Tar Springs July 4 W D Wilson of Mcynudy was iin the city Thursday having work done at FoundryMr Walter Wlndplkln au son or Earlington visited their pa ents last week- Edtunnd sores has returned from Hardinsbnrg where he held a teachersIi examination Picnic Wbittinern Garden Can nelton Ind July 4 Cocaine which lulls the nerves never yet cured Nasal Catarrh The Heavy feeling in the fore head the stuffed up sensation and the watery discharge from eyes and noses along with all the othert miseries attending the disease are put to rout by Elys Cream Balm Smell taste and hearing lare restored breathing is normal yomI I f can no iidea of the good iit will do you If applied directly to the sore spot All druggists 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 56 I Street New York STEPHENSPORT Mrs Fannie Basham of Kan sas is the guest of her sister Mrs G W PayneIMrs E H Miller has returned- t I from Louisville I Quite a number from here at tended the Hone Coming at Louisville Mr and Mrs James Kerr and I children of Gas City are guestsi Mrsm J P J PetIt Home Ind Mrs Ed Adkinson is home from iI a visit to her parents at Sebree Miss Bolle Conn has homo from Hardinsburg j Miss Emma Allen of Omaha I i Nob is the guest ofMiss Bettie AllenMrs Godfrey Haswell and lit ji tie daughter of Hardirisburg are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Geo McCubbins S H Dix is very much im proved and will soon return from the infirmary at Louisville t- I t Miss Cora McCoy was a visitor at the Conn house Saturday attendedburg Furniture wheelbarrows plows buggies and harness and gearing anat saddles lime find salt that we want to sell and must sell at very low prices Come one come all come quick J and got a bargain Geo McCubbms We have a gocd buggy guaranteed I firstclass at 640Ueo McabbJnssA good road wagon Henderson make All pacts guaranteed GO Goo KIcCnbbinsii We have just bought two lines ofii drummers samples of hosiery under wear laces embroidery suspenders neckwear anjall kinds of notions II- Theee goods will be sold at wholesale prices Geo McCubbius A full tine of sample show to be sold at wholesale prices Geo McCubbiHe AddraWBannerCoLoitleylne I y J N srNasal f s OATARRH gTaM qq raIIIILM cot In sluts stages irotR NIIp Elys Cream Balm YmER clcaniet soothes and heals ot the dlteaeed membraneSatS IItcur catarrh and drircs v away a cold In the head 1olIfWro quickly Cream Balm IIi placed Into the noetrllaprea over the membrano and Is absorbed Relief Ii IIm mediate and a care follows It Is not drying 4ocs not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent at Drug gets or by mill Trial Size 10 cents ELY BKOTHKRS K Warren Street New York BIG SPRING Wasrof Miss Ola Mar Clarkson several days last week Lvingtowas1 son severalI days last week Miss Jacoby of Millwaukce Ls the guest of Miss Ola Mar Clark SflnDr W H Strothor attended Home Coming in Elizabethtown last Monday and Tuesday MrsI Strother returned with him lifter a ten days visit to her sister Mrst OConnor wiss Jennie Mycr is at horn from school for a vacation thtguest of her sister Mrs Meyer last week childrenattended Home Coming iin Brandenburg last Wednesday Messrs Kemper and B S Clarkson and Misses Lill Clarkson and Jacoby attended Hor- nComingin Brandenburg Wednesday The ladies of the Illethodi- church I will give their annual ice cream supper on July 28 Every one is cordially invited to come Misses Lady and Jennie Clark son have returned from Louisville I air Dodge of 7l1insiu visited- his sister Mrs Wisehart Miss LeashMeador is visiting her sister Mrs T C Williams iII I West Point 1Mrs Dick Dowell has returne from Cecilia where she was call ed by the death of her brother r Mr Isom Mosbarger Miss Davie Galloway has return from a visit to Ekron I All the ladies of the Methodist church are asked to meet at Mrs I E A Strothors Saturday after noon at 3 oclock Mr James Clarkson and daugh tel Mrs J V Clarkson andson were inEHzabethtown last week A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itcblnv Blind Bleeding Protruding Pilo- DruRgIsla are authorized to refund money f1 PAZO OINTMENT tuUs to core 1n6 tot4 Days 60- cFred aiayJr has a rattle snake three feet long with six rattles andone butlon which he has had on exhibition at M Hammon Sonsand Shapinsky Bro for throe weeks Mr May will keepIi the reptile to put among his collection of other curiosties Thei was caught by Roy Starksi at Honey Locust trestle near town the old Short Line This snake coughinI C CURE e CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cojifh Syrup Tites Good Use In time Sold by druptlstj ONCUMPTIOM r 1f C 3r9 fT3- II iTDR R P KEENE mRepre8entlnm TAYLOR KEENE I i I DENTISTS OF OWENS80RO t I oneciaUcny to tryMIi Io r rJ D H Severs J Byrno Severs Severs Drug Co Successors to Short Haynes Drugs Jewelers and Opticians Cloverport Ky The business will be continued in the same satisfactory manner yourepatronage ontsAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week WANTED Four oral class yearland mare emules IL M Heard Hurdlnsburs Ky WANTEDGentleman or lady with good rlKtorpaidSl I expenses stamp Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky FOIL SALEOne house and ono Kood milch JE Keith FOIL SALE A tuition certificate In the Green Iluslness College Ilreck cnrldRe News SALEA 12 horse traction engine second hand but In Rood order will sell at a bargain Henry Mills Ouston y- onF SALE Four room collage with cellar 11tor salo cheap AlvIn Simmons Clover port Ky thedcleared six In woodland Good barn IS acres In muddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat lrlce 11500I cash For further particulars write the DrcckenrldKO News Cloverport Ky- FOIL SALEFIrstcl two seated surrey now For Information call at News office ANTEDTO trade frulttrees for lumber Write or call on I no D liabbagc Clo verport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses antI Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline Engines DIARTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville K- yCOLUMBUS HOTEL 1JUNEELDER Prop 115 fo 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per day QLENDEANE 12 pounds granulated sugar at Glass ock Cos Glencleane for 6100 I Good nine meat at 11 Dente a pound Hassock Co Glendeane Cash paid for hides wool features 1and ginseng roots Glassook Us Co Ulendeano grapulatedtsugar Now is the time to buy your sugar he1e7Tbeoak Rs Co Glendeftue One hundred and eight attended the local Baptist Sunday school and Supt Q E Lightfoot is working hard for 125 next Sunday e I MEET ME AT NOLTES I 19 rtlJ SPECIAL SALE Q lg i IMPORTED RIBBONS w Wo will place this lot of ribbons on sale JULY 2 TO JULY 14 IIODn I fail to sec this wonderfull llustrous triumph of the g foreigh silkwcavers art We have bought of importers a lot ofthese ribbons in all colors and wo will sell them cheaper than other stores sell an inferior quality Our prices during this sale will be as follows All Silk Lustrous Taffeta Extra Heavy ill Silk Lustrous Taffeta 11116ccqlors 12eallm Lot No 3 3 Inches to 4 lnches9CLot No 0 3 Inches to 4 Inehtl19c ul colors worth 15 to Sac colors worth 25 to 30c hp h g1 1nil Come in and buy your ribbons before our stock is broken j If you dont need them now you will later I J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky ueyTr9y CUSTOMERfinds to say in favor of CADICKSGOLD FLOUR BIt is the most satisfactory flour in the market It is made from the best of wheat and by the most scientific milling pro cessesThe immense sales we are making sayTryMAKERSCadickI Ind OWWnnwWKWWWWj5 55J Vj 4 O l I No Waiting Here f X TE carefully safeguardrj11 the Interests of our p X JC l i customers More 1xover we fteqrently do it un s ttturtities to them as oppor JI s lumber you need We r often come to us in J3 11 confidents ways ft1 g have all kinds of JC- mi J LET US fIAYEFramingI i materialI R ri 1and choice PoplarI andJC iiYOUR BUSINESS forII fi I m All business entrusted to M yOU U1 us will receive prompt and i Thats the thing uncareful attention Highest ifrate of interest paid on time able to get so quick m 1 ldepositsl l before 11INSURED t Let us have your JC I AGA I N 8 T f 5f W I LOSS BY FIRE AND order today BURGLARY CONSEIt Your House Barn or iVATIVE nOAnD OF Ilx need repDIRECTORS Em f fymCIENT OFFICERS of pairs I ma =Bank of Cloverport rlREfilEII18ER us WeatherholtCloyerpodIm ii JI I Gloverport Ky I 4 I i walls cried anothqr What sort ot- tttfT talk Is this for a public Inn 1 1 Shall It be a litany my good clerk shouted a third or would a hymn be good enough to serve The jongleur had put down his harp In high dudgeon Am I to be preached to by a child he cried staring across at Alleyne with an in flamed and angry countenance Is a f tongueffair from Tweed to Trent and have twice been named aloud by the High Court of the Minstrels at Beverly I shall sing no more tonight Nay but you will so said one of toe laborers 1111 Dame Eliza bring u stoup of your best to Will to clear his throat Go forward with thy song I and if our girl faeed clerk does not love it he can take to the road and go whence he came Xay but not too fast broke In Hordle John There are words mylittlereproof he having gone early Into the cloisters anti seen little of the rough ways and words of the world Yetc there Is truth In what he says for as you know well the song was not of the cleanest I shall stand by him therefore and be shall neither be put out on the rond nor shall his ears be offended Indoors Indeed your high and ralcty yeomenhncBy the Virgin said a second I think that you may both chance to find yourselves upon the road before longAnd so belabored as to be scarce able to crawl along It cried a third Nay I shall gol I shall go said Alleyne hurriedly as Hordle John be pan to roll up his sleeves and bare an arm like a leg of mutton I would not have you brawl about me JcountJ they have more tow on their distaffll than they know how to spin Stand spaceRoth l had risen from their bench and Dame Eliza and the travelling doctor had flung themselves between the two parties with soft words and soothing gestures when the door of till Pled Merlin was flung violently open and time attention of the was ndrawnnewcomer who had burst so unceremoniously upon theme CIIA1TBII IV l lIe was a middlesized man of most so hemassive and robust build with an arching chest und extraordinary broudth of shoulder Ills shaven face was as brown as a hazelnut tanned and dried by the weather with harsh wellmarked features which were not Improved by a long white scar which stretched from the corner of his left up nostril to the angle of the Jaw Ills eyes were bright and searching with to something of menace and of authority In their quick glitter and his mouth was frm set and hard as befitted one who was wont to set his face against danger A straight sword by his sidelllyand a pnluted longhow Juttlnc over j his shoulder proclaimed his profession while his scarred brlgandlne of chainy mail and his dlutod steel cap showed tint he was no holiday soldier but one who wns oven now fresh from the war A white surcoat with the Lion of Ft George In red upon the centre covered his broad breast while a sprig of newplucked broom at the side of his headgear gave a touch off IltDLgayety and grace to illS grim war woru equipment petite IB frightened said he Ah cest 1amour 1amour Curse this trick of French which will stick to my throat I must wash It out with some good English ale By my hilt camarades there Is no drop of French blood In my body and I am a true bowman Samkln Aylwardi by name and I tell you mes amis that it warms my very heartroots to set my feet on the dear old land once more When I came off the galley at Hythe this very day I down on my bones and I kissed the good brown earth as I kiss thee now ma belle for It was eight long years since I had seen it The very smell of It seemed life to me But where are my six ras cals Hola there En avant At the order six men dressed as common drudges mat ed solemnly Into the room each bearing a huge bundle upon his head They formed In military line while the soldier stood Jn front of them with stern eyes off their several packages Number onea French featherbed with the counterpanes of white sandell said he Here worthy sir answered the first of the bearers laying a great package down In the corner Number twoseven ells of red Turkey cloth and nine ells af cloth of gold Put lt down bythe 0therGood darner1 I prytheo each ot these ofw Genoan velvet with twelve ells of purple silk Thou rose 1 there IIn dirt on the hem Thou hast brushed It against some wall coqulnl Not I most worthy sir cried the carrier shrinking away from the fierce eyes of the bowman- I say yes dog By the three kings I have seen a man gasp out his breath for less Had you gone through the pain and unease that I have done to earn these things you would be at more care I swear by my ten finger bones that there Is not one of them that hath not cost Its weight In French blood Four a Incenseboat a ewer of silver a gold buckle and a cope worked In pearls I found them at the Church of St DenisI In the harrying of Narbonne and I took them away with me lest they fall Into the hands f the wicked Fivea cloak of fur turned up with minever a gold goblet with stand and cover and a box of rosecolored sugar See that you lay them together Slx a box of moneys three pounds of Lit mouslne goldwork n pair of boots silver tagged and lastly a store of naplng linen So the tally Is com plete Here Is a groat apiece and you may go Go whither worthy sir asked one of the carriers Whither To the devil If ye will What Is It to me Now ma belle to supper A pair of cold capons a mor tress of brawn or what you will with n flask or two of the right Gascony I have crowns In my pouch my sweet and I mean to spend them Bring In wine while the food Is dressing Bu vons my brave lads You shall each empty a stoup with me Here was an offer which the company In an English Inn at that or any other date are slow to refuse The flagons were regathered and came back with the white foam dripping over their edges Two of the wood men and three of the laborers drank their portions off hurriedly and trooped oft together for their homes were distant and the hour late The others however drew closer leaving the place of honor to the right of the glee man to the freehanded newcomer He thrown off his steel cap and his and had placed them withihis sword his quiver and his i longbow on the top of his varied heap of plunder In the corner Now with his thick and somewhat bowed legs stretched In front of the blaze his green Jerkin thrown oven and a great quart pot In his corded fist he looked the picture of comfort and lon ahln His hardset face had softened and the thick crop of crisp brown curls which had been hidden by his helmet grew low upon his massive He might have been forty years age though hard toll and harder pleasure had left their trim marks upon his features Alleyne sat star ing with open eyes at a type of man strange and so unlike any whom had met Men had been good ot had been bad In his catalogue but here was a man who was fierce one Instant and gentle the next with n curse on his lips and a smile In his eye What was to bo made of such a I man as that It chanced that the soldier looked and saw the questioning glance which the young clerk threw upon him He raised his flagon and drank him with n merry flash of his whltn teethA Is tol mon garcon he cried Hast surely never seen a manatarms that thou shouldst stare so I never have said Alleyne frank though I have oft heard talk of their deeds By my hilt cried the other If ou were to cross the narrow sea you would flnd them as thick as bees at n teehole Couldst not shoot n holt down any street of Bordeaux I warrant but you would pink archer squire or knightAnd where got you all those pretty things naked Hordle John pointing- at tin heap In the corner be Where there Is UK much more wait AGAINST BWheregood wage and where he need look upon no man OH his paymaster but Just reach his hand out and help himself Aye it Is a goodly and a proper life And here I drink to mine old comrades and the saints be with them A use I painiI tour and the Company Sir Latour and the White Company shouted the travev MS draining oft their goblets Well quaffed mes braves It for youhave i angebring stavetWell drink altogether JAndJ IllwIJ He roared out the catch in a harsh unmusical voice and ended with a I shout of laughter I trust th t I am a better bowman than a said he I rethinks I have some remembrance of the lilt the glepman stringsHopingoffence most holy slrwlth a vicious snap at Alleyne and with the kind permit of the company I will venture vMany I leyne Edricksori emedto see thatc stranger and more stirring were soon to crowd upon him The fat redfaced gleeman tho listening group the arch er with upraised finger beating In time to the music and the huge sprawling figure of Honlle John all thrown Into red light and black shadow by the flickering fire in the centre memory was to come often lovingly back to It At the time he was lost In admiration jongleurdisguisedstrings and the lusty hearty fashion in which he trolled out his little ballad of the outland bowmen which ran in some such fashion as this What of the bow EnglondOfThe wood of English bows So men who are free yewtrllAIIII tree grows What of the cord EnglootlAA rord thnt bowmen love jacksToAnd the land where the hemp was wove What of the shaft landABarbed and trim and true togetherToAnd the land where the gray goose flew What of the men EnglandTheyeomenThe fell youTotrueAnd dwell Well sung by my hilt shouted the archer In high delight Many a night have I heard that song both In the old wartime and after In the days of the White Company when Black Simon of Norwich would lend the stave and four hundred of the best bowmen that ever drew string would come roaring In upon the chorus I have seen old John Hawkwood the same who has led halt the company Into Italy stand laughing In his beard as he heard It until his slates rattled again But to get the full smack oft ye must yourselves be English bow men and bo far off upon an outland soilIt passes me he cried how all you lusty follows can bide scratching your backs at home when there are such doings over the seas Look at me what have I to do It Is but the eye to the cord the cord to the shaft and the shaft to the mark There Is the whole song of It And the wage asked a laborer You see what the wage brings he answered I eat of the best I treat my friend and I ask no friend to treat me I clan n silk town upon my girls back Never a knights lady shall be better betrlmmed and be trlnketed How of all that mon garcon And how of the heap of trifles that you can see for yourselves In yonder corner They are from the South French every one upon have been making war By my hilt camarades I think that I may let myc plunder speak for Itself Though there may be pence between our own provinces and the French yet within the marches of France there Is always war for the country much divided against Itself and is furthermore harried by hands of flayoers skinners Bra bacons tardvenus and the rest of them When every mans grip Is on his neighbors throat and every flvesousplece of n baron Is t marching with turk of drum to fighttwhom he will It would be a strange thing If five hundred brave English boys could not pick up n living Now thnt Sir John Hawkwood hath sons with the East Anglian lads and the Nottingham woodmen Into the STV Ice of the Marquis of Montferrnt to fight against the Lord of Milan there are but tenscore of ua 1tpt T able to bring some back with me tohfill the ranks of the iti JOHN HIM ACROSS THE ROOM SO THAT HIS HEAD CRACKED THE WALL La English checking two camaradcs goodfel HUULED White Claude minstrel remarked Al1 whom White y the tooth of Peter It would be a thing If I could not muster many- a Hamptonshlre man who would be ready to strike In under the red flag of St George and the more so If Sir Nigel Lorlng of Crlstchurch should don hauberk once more and take the lend of us Ah you would Indeed be in luck then quoth the woodman tor It Is said that setting aside the prince and mayhap good old Sir John Chandos there was not In the whole army a man of such tried courage- It Is sooth every of it the archer answered I have seen him with these two eyes In a stricken field and never did a man carry himself better Mon Dlcu yes ye would not credit it look at him or to hearken to his voice but from the sailing from down to the foray to arts and that is clear twenty ears them was not n skirmish onfall sally bushment wasInfroClaudewilttnkeand there is the more chance that hewill If I bring one or two likely men nt my heels What say you woodman ataThe forester shook his head I have wife and child at Emery gown quoth suchaYou then young jair iuik d the 1 I itit t jjt11 N C Jt D t 1 sfll 11 11111111 11111 1 1I rur a tya 6ew- dae t A wantArbuckles1 sold only in scaled packages and never scoopA cotfeecoffeeIiiiitselC1 mighwellimplicitlyBut He mayk something about coffee He think passHe1 dont knowifOU did it would not hebuysroasterItabout grocerPerhapsWhere do they get their coffee Where does it come from Whose hands touched it last Where had they been bythea man expert by years of practical ex perience to select sound sweet green coffee of high cup merit and another i man with the knowledge and experience Nay I am a man of peace said Alleyne Edrlcson Besides I have other work to do Peste growled the soldier strik- Ing his flagon on the board until the dishes danced again What In the name of the devil hath come over the folk Why sit ye all moping by the fireside like crows round a dead horse when there is mans work to be done within a few short leagues of ye Out upon you all as a set of laggards and hangbacks By r hilt I believe that the men of England are all In France already and that what is left behind are In sooth the women dressed up in their paltocks and hosen Archer quoth Hordle John you have lied more than once and more than twice for which and also be use I see much In you to mislike I am sorely tempted to lay you upon your back By my hilt then I have found a man at last shouted the bowman And fore God you are a better man than I take you for It you can lay men my back For seven long years 1 have found no man In the Company dustyWeand andhrowing InEnFrance Pasques Dleu cried the archer loosening his Jerkin and eyeing his foeman over with the keen glance of one who Is a Judge of manhood I have only once before seen such a of a man By your leave my red- eaded friend I should be rlcM sorry exchange buffets with Yoband I allow that there Is no man In the Company who would pull against you on n rope so let that b a salve to your pride On the other hand I should judge that you have led a life of ease for some months back and that my muscle Is harder than your own T am ready to wager upon myself against you If you are not afeard bigJohnman that I was afearJ of Come out and we shall see who Is the better man But the wager I have nought to wager Come out for the love and the lust of the thingNought to wager crl d the soldier Why Idiot you have that which I bigbodyI h ve a French feather bed there which I have been at pains to keep these years back I had It at the sacking of Issodun and the king himself hath not such a bed If you throw me It Is thine but If I throw you then ou are under a vow to serve the White Company us long as we be enrolled Then you may bid farewell to your bed soldier roared Hordle John Nay I shall keep the bed and 1 shall have you to France In spite of your teeth and you shall live to thank me for It How shall It be then my Infant Collar and elbow or close lock or catch how you can To the devil with your tricks said John opening and shutting his great red hands Stand forth and let me clip thee Shalt clip me as best you can then quoth the archer moving out into the open space and keeping a most wary eye upon his opponent He had thrown off his green Jerkin and his chest was covered only 1 a pink silk Jupon or undershirt cut low In the neck and sleeveless Hordle John was near stripped from his waist upward and his huge body with his great muscles swelling out like the gnarled roots of an oak towered high above the soldier The other however though near a foot shorter was a man of great strength d there was a gloss upon his white skin which was wanting In the heavier limbs of the renegpde monk He was quick on his feet too and skilled at the game so that It was clear from the poise ot head and shine of eye that he counted the chances to be In his favor It would have been hard that night through the whole length of England to set up a finer pair In the face of eprh other Big John stood waiting In the centre with a sullen menac i and his red hair In a bristle while thn archer naced lightly and swiftly to the right and the left with crooked knee and hands advanced Ther with a sudden dash BO swift and fie ce tat the eye could scarce follow It he flew In upon his man and locked h tel around him It was a grip that between men of equal strength would mean a tAIl but Hordle John tore him off from him as he might a rat and hurled him cross the room so that his head rr Ked un against the wall Ma foil cried th bowman pass Ing his fingers through his curls vu were not far tram the featherbed then mon gar 1 Nothing daunted he approached hlI mtrioD tmorbut this time wit to proportion and blend for uniform re hnvethequalityArbucklesany four other combined roastingThe metbati chem1std employmentmanlpulatinh n little roaster or in the Arbuckle mills where theI yearly roast amounts to the hundred million pounds buypackage a it home and keep the bean intact i ready to use We hermetically sent each offreshploythe Jtieeasy an develops the flavor Coffee deteri collectdustis BEWARE THESCOOPthegenuinewill be greatly to your advantage to buy quick feint he threw the other oft his himthrewneckInthegroundWithasqueezedhimthenpickinguponthewellhavenotthe ness clung to the others forearms to droppeduponbalancethough Hebounded theboutgave the practised wrestler the very Asbigarcher ducked under the great red hands that clutched for him and thighshurled bythe1 yna eye It was as if John had taken unto himself wings and flown As he hurtled through the air with giant limbs revolving the lads heart was In his mouth for surely no man ever yet had such a tall and came scathless out of It In truth hardy as the man was his neck had been as pitchedheaddrv ken artist who was slumbering so peacefully In the corner all unaware lucklesslimnerhis dreams sat up with a piercing yell while Hordle John bounded back into the circle almost as rapdly as he had leftItOne morn fall by all the saints he cried throwing out his arms Not I quoth the archer pulling on his clothes I have come well out of the business I would sooner wrestle with the great bear of Navarre It was a trick cried John Aye was It By my ten finger bones It Is a trick that will add a proper man to the ranks of the Com panyOh for that said the other count It not a fly for I had promised myself a good hour ago that I should go with thee since the life seems to be a goodly and proper one Yet T would fain have had the featherbed ITo Be Oontlnufd Jftrt Wrfk I TO INTRODUCE 1 tisz 1EMBROIDERY COTTON will send handsome dolly 12 Inch I finsIDaisy or ForitetmenoU Art llk Is the new embroidery cotton thats taking the place of silk floss tor working table covers cushion tops and dollies Costa less looks as well and wears better To be sure of receiving one of these dollies write at once enclosing amount specified state which pattern and size Is desired- E D LORIMER ACO MW Broadway New York J Number r 4Qtt tOCCNT9EACNb I from us 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the Louis ville Gunning Co READ THIS J Franklin Tenn April 8 lOOJi This is to certify that one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis I covery cured me five years ago off severe Kidney Trouble At times my wife had to help me out of bed today I am sound and well RespectfullyJAS CAMPBELL f I A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures r jj all kdney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes semianal emissions weaK and lame backs rheumatismand all irregularities the s kidneys and bladder in both men and I women reglates bladder trouble in children It not sold by your druggist r will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottle two months treatment t and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr i E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 t Box 1129 St Louis Mo Send for test l imonials Sold by all druggists F D Club IfliB Ditto Effle Coleman and Lillian Hardin have formed a club known IJ thA B F Ds r which net for the first time this season lIst Thursday night with Miss Lillian and Miss Earl as hostess Quite a number of invited guests were present and the evening was delightfully sp nt MISS POINTER TO I WEDIil t Mrs Sallie Roberts Pointer annonn tceathe engagement of her daughter Miss Phil Pointer to Mr Joseph Llpp ft 1 1exactii of Salt Lake City Utah The date of the wedding has not been r t fixed bnt the ceremony will bo quiet If ly solemonized the last of this month In Salt Lake Miss Pointer tormerly made her I 1 1nomet Owensboro and has visited friends in Cloverport Thref Physicians Treeatd Him Without Success W L YancyPadncan Ky writes III had a severe case of kidney disease 1 1andthree ot the best physicians in 4 Kentucky treated me without success I then took Foleys Kidney Cure The HIt bottle gave immediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently I gladly recommend this wonderful remedy Sold by A R Usher SWEEPING OPINiON License Required to Sell Cheese Crackers Sausage Etc Says Attorney General County Clerk F G Corley has just received a letter from N B Hays Attorney General ot tbe State holding i that a license is necessary for merchants to sell eatables in the form of lunches The letter is in the follow ing language We are ot opinion that any one who sells cheese crackers sausages ana the like to the public as eatables or as meals comes within tttheingt provisions of tbe law as one keep a restaiuant and is liable lor the tax prcvided under the revenue law We are also of opinion that a license to sell soft drinko is only for the county in which such license is issued and not elsewhere The opinion is sweep numeroussell cheese oysters crackers etc to TV be eaten as lunches The license feo is 5 pInt 100 tbe clerks cost ot issuing ollowing 1 he Flag I When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health wee the most mportant consideration Willis T t Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant- U S A of Rural Route 1 ConcordI N H saysI was two years in CubaI and two years in tno Philippines andI being subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consnmot ion which kept me in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we rind it thA best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at Short Haynes druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free OUR FRIEND STERETT 1 HAS BEEF STOCK V That poet who wanted to know II what is so rare asa day in Jane probably neverrtaokledl apiece of half cooked beefClarion f r eY otb gold dame Iuyrythe each o- aci Sy ftrmltiion tfJ JfcCJureV Kentucky is to lead the way in rolling membership for the Lincoln Farm Association The old farm on which Abraham Lincolrovas born and where he spent the early years of his boyhood at Hodgensville this State is to be made into a great Lincoln National Park It is to be great work of the whole people Every man woman and child in Kentucky is ask to join the As sociation and help make up the fund needed Send in ANY amount from 25 dents to 25 and you will be made an Honorary Member without futher dues or assessments whatever The Association will send you large handsomely engraved Certificate and your name will be put in the Permanent Catalogue to be kept in place of honor at th3 Park forever Use the coupon below and send your subscription to the office of the BRECKENRIDGENEWS Let every loyal Kentuckian join NOW and show the nation that Kentucky still leads in patriotism and loyalty to her great man Object of the Lincoln Farm Association This is patriotic Association of the citizens of the United States formed to develope the Lincoln Birth place Farm at Hodgenville Kentucky into permanent Lincoln National Parka Park of Patriotism When finished the Park will be the finest Historical Memorial in the country and will stand forever as source of pride to the State of Kentucky and the entire nation In order that this Park may be the work of the whole people the funds to complete it are to be subscribed only in small sums from 25 cents to 25every subscriber becoming an Honorary Member and his or her name to be entered in the Permanent Catalogue to be kept in a place of honor at the Park An Honorary Certificate will be issued to every subscriber and no further dues of any kind will ever be required or collected I THE LINCOLN FARM ASSOCIATION Organized and Incorporated to develop the Lincoln Birthplace Farm Into National Park BOARD OF TRUSTEES Joseph II Choate William H Taft Horace Porter Samuel L Clemens Henry Watterson Lyman J page William Travers Jerome Augustus Saint Gaudens Cardinal Gibbons Norman Hapgood Jenkin Lloyd Jones Albert Shaw Edward M Shepard Ida M Tarbell Charles A Towne Thomas Hastings August Belmont Robert J Collier III COUPON Editor of the BREOKENRIDGE NEWS Enclose find as my contribution to the Lincoln Park Fund Send Certificate to Name Address ROUTE 0 F NEWRAILROAD Since the letting of tne contract tor the construction ct the Madisoriville Hartford Eastern railroad consider able curiosity has been aroused as to the exact rcute of the new road Th- Herald e following from the Hartford of Wednesday gives the desired infor mation Starting at Madisonville the road will pass near Anton in Hopkins county It will pass between Sacar mento and Bremeu in Mnblenberg county coming within about u mil of the latter place It will cross the U N railroad at HendricRS and Green river at Hiuallnouise From Cen tertown it will come on to Hartford The Hartford depot will be located it is said the southeast end of Libert street and near what is Known as theI Massio residence It will be a nand some edifice Going east the road will cross the Beaver Dam road near GWBungers coming within a few feet of a core of his shop It will take a northeast ernly direction at Hartford passing to the right of the old water mill The tirst stop after leaving Hartford will be Sunnydale From there it will go to Dundee where it will cross Rough river Leaving Dnndee it will go to Mitchells where it will join the L H Us St L commonly known as the Texas road The entire distance of the road will be fiftyfive and a half miles Nice passenger stations will be erected at the different stopping places and the best of work will be requited in its construction It will be ot great benefit to the section of country which it passes and to Hart ford whose people have wanted a railroad so long TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Take LAXATIVE nilOMO Quinine Tablets Druggists rotund money If it falls to cure E W StOVES slvnature Is on eac bbox 2Sc The Size of the Armory Louisville Ky June 10th Friend Sterett During the HomeComing heard several persons asking as to the size of the Drill Hall of the ArmoryI have made inquiry of the architect who says the building entire is 201 by 860K feet and the Drill Hall is 200 by 5J7a feet I Probablly this may be of inter est to your readers who were here and inside the building t Respectfully Wm T Summers sIClarion eNFerrudot T I p KENTUCKIANS i To the Memory t of Lincolnr up a l a iI a a a a a ra SecretaryCLARENCEJONESlresldentlostal I t I I I I WITH THE ELKS TO COLORADOIN THAT MEANS A SUMMERS OUTING OF TilE FINEST KIND ree thatIyouveheardsogothanROCK ISLAND LINES forythem this summer and many thousands of Elks and friends will go via the Rock Island Special excursion tickets on sale to Elks and to the public generally July 10 to 15 inclusive free copy of our illustrated Elks folder tolling itrVery low rates all summer if you cant go with the Elks doIFarmers Sell Wheat Boonville IndThe wheat belong- Ing to the farmers of the American Society of Equity has been sold The farmers began to haul it in although not a word had been given out that It had been eold Later it leaked out the Ballard Ss Ballard of Louisville Ky were the purchasers it being bought for that firm by Robert Richards of the Hardy company firm at Rockport Gnrley Taylor a prominent farmer living near Boonville made the deal but when asked the rice per bushel he refused to answer It is said that he received About 86 cents per bushel Taylor Is general superintendent and corresponding secretary of the society OrO2iIwitb TkiKMYiilM 1Iptvt I r- tiy f 1 Yk+t11- J t i r QEO H LEE H I AIcQUIRE Gen Pass Agt Dist Pass Agt Little Rock Ark lCincinnati O Possibilities of Dry Farming From John L Cowans Dry Farming the Hope of the West in the July Century Estimates of the amount of land that can be reclaimed by irrigation vary all the way from 00000000 acres up to 120000010 acres with the weight of authoritative opinion decidedly vor ing the lower figure Yet if 1 per cent of the money now being expended tor irrigation works were made available e for the education of the people who ought to be interested in dry farming It is probable that Hvo hundred millionI acres of land perhaps more than ttjat could be reclaimed from its present unproductive and comparatively worta leBB state just M rapidly as aettleisf to imrnigraefromtotlt i t j1A to it 1 L 1SatKKKrKKKKKKKKKKKKkKrKKKKytG1KtSKRKKKKK KKKKKKKKkK Mte4 t ti j DNTUse pond or creek ice when you can get arti ficial ice that is pure tasteless and more healthful at the same prices Our car passes the following places twice weekly Call on our agents for days and prices or write ortelephone us x AGEN- TSMacaoF I B Orcatliousc Long Branch ILewlsportI Holt Harncd J A Gray Addison WID Munn ltnrdlnsburg L n L CoX oJlit J Lodlburx r GlendeanotMJCMattlogly Webster J Q Crutcher Falls of UOURhL Green k Son t Irvington UOc vBle1I L Karl x jsj LakeiOustOIlO C Richardson Vanunt J T Jones II litHrnndenburRC I Rock Haven Cloverport Ice Co J Jti I AitAl1A lAkSl t1te17RAAAA7rAStS1AAAMkS1i1AitASIAA 1AAStkStilSIk7AASiSISIiR1a h1 W ou W n BOWMEK President A B KIILMAN Cashier CO F L LIOIITFOOT VicePresident Cius KJLJfANIAsstCahlerTl The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE I wi BANKtlOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000rotInsured in every way and protected by the veryanIlatest equipment Interest paid on time depositsbo1 ThBusinessmo the the JPPPPP his = the First State Banktheelf IRV1NGTON KYathe W J PIGGOTT P eBldenttJOHN R WIMP Vice PrealdeneerH H KEMPER CashierstQtAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicitedtInterest Paid on TlmecDepositsre IIrOIho- ureaeecc=+ ceeaic tUnl THE The most centrally located and only iithcD Fifth Avenue 1200 firstclass rate hotel In the city making a Only one block from the principal colic shopping district and two blocks fro W HOTEL the principal theauNhJ f Street care pass the door to all pariil of the cltv 1 f uslJ Louisvillei i l l KyEnrJthlng neat andiclean 81makt PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr tort la aaaa a iis theJ backFIguresan acre to thE and0ntl you was d where else the proposition is just as good not b FarrisYou can buy it In the Southwest people llWhy shouldnt you do It ni to ket It you wish to Know more about It write for copies of our Texas and Oklabomaombooks They are free ntl A HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Sf Louis MIina C n SAUNDERS BRUMFIELD On Jane 10 Mr Hewit Brumfield and Miss Nora Saunders were quietly married at the home of her aunt Mrs J W Lewis near Stephensbnrg Ky by Rev M W Whayne of Arkansas Miss Saunders was one of Meade Countys most accomplished young ladies Mr Brnmfleld ip a prosperous young farmer of Breckenridge county Only a few relatives and friends were present The bride wore a beautiful white silk mull dress The groom wore the oonventioned black The blrdea tibia MinResale Hart wore a lovely pink silk mall dress The beet man Mr John Hoover was sty iishly dressed in gray The jonng couple ireoieved many beautiful and nsefat pieseata Taey will rake their lIe lIB BreokMr4fe Denary May GVrWHNrt brtBkB attend tkw tJlU t t + A friendP S My address is Kingland Ark Thousands annually bear witness to the efficiency of Early Risers These 0 pleasant reliable little pills have longitit borne reputation second to none a a laxative and cathartic Tney e8lstaple as bread in millions of homee Pleasant bbt effective Will tromp If relieve constipation wihoui griping Sold by all druggists T iHere From OarHeM r D Hawkins t3niith and Vlrgil Smith of Garfleld werevln the city last weeic with their consfn Clint Waieel r rlSmoking in a Powder zlMtIB courting death morei suddenly bqt i not more surely than negliotingkidnern disorders FeleyH Kidney care Wj1 x cureix8Ught disorder Itafew i ITtad itacoBtlBned1 nae will ar tJmoat obstinate ca It r kad oaid J IMntbe ceaventionlnPhilgtlelphlaIiOitobsz ate IM7 1ilII r y t FORESTRY AND HOMECROF1S aid ADDRESS OF GEORGE n JLtXt WELL DEAN OF THE HOME CROFTERS GILD OF THE j jf TALISMAN Before the Biennial Convention of the General Federation of Womens TClubsFourth 1900- MADAME l PRESIDENT AND DELE GATESLADIES AND GENTLE MENCjwith you here today and speak upon Lilo subject Forestry and Home crofts as it Is announced on the In program I felt that the occasion was one of so much Importance and the opportunity one which I so greatly ap v precldtcd that I ought to do some thing which I rarely do and that was to at least think out a speech In ad A vance I was asked for a manuscript of It for the press but I felt that It was unsafe to give it because I never lid that yet that something didnt happen that made me lay aside my speech and talk about something else I have a speech epared which was planned to last for half an hour and r It Is holding up n card Now tthere fifteen minutes to speak and going to save that speech for of some other occasion In some other place and talk to you about something is which has been suggested to me here this morning by the address we have just listened to from Mr Mills I was born in California and spent my life there applause from the Call forma delegates until within a very few years when my work In the Na tlonal Irrigation Movement took me away from my native state But I want to take advantage of this op portunity to stand here and make a plea for the preservation of those Temples of God the Big Trees of of California Applause I question very much whether those who are here today realize the power that Is yours In bringing about rlgit congressionalmor state legislation We often say that this is a government of the peo pie and that it Is controlled by their I votes So It Is But behind the vote is the thought of the people It Is s public opinion which controls this country The vote Is merely a regis terlng of that opinion and the thought of the people which precedes that opinion and brings about reforms Is In my judgment often a thing that springs from the minds of the women of the country rather than from the minds of the men of the country I am free to say that in my earlier a years and before I had a wider ex perience and opportunities of ob of eervatlon I was not a believer in giv ling the ballot to the women I am l not here to make a plea for that to day because I am not so much Impressed with the Importance of It asI others who think that the ballot is the a il main thing It is the conversation of the home circle and the thoughts that spring most often from the minds of I the mothers of the country that con trol this country Applause t And although I believe today that the status of time man and the woman Qo far as their rights of citizenship 4Ilnd rights before tho law aro con cerned should be the same I want to lay that conclusion before you simply as a basis for the broader statement that women can control this country by the power of thought Without the ballot It tho women who are here today and those who are at1 flllatcd with you In this great organl ration would take up ono or two r things as tho result of this conference band go hence and agitate It In every home circle and In every womens club arid In every village and city and through the columns of every as newspaper In time land and by cor respondence you could accomplish within the next twelve months two great things which would be a record of accomplishment sufficient for one year of bard work for your orgnnlza tt tlon and that is first to save the big I trees of California Applause and hlthe White Mountains and on tho Appalachian Range Applause If those great trees In California were once destroyed they could not r be replaced In centuries and probably never They were there when Christ walked the earth They were there 1when Rome shone resplendent in all her glory They were there when Carthage nestled amid green fields and vineyards on tho southern shores of the Mediterranean They were there v when Palmyra with all her magnificence was the meeting place of tho caravans traveling between Asia and J the Mediterranean country And to day they stand there pleading with their outspreading branches against ruthless destruction to satisfy the i l f greed of man We may go back through historyf and ruined city after ruined city shows how ephemeral Is everything t that man builds Did Is never occur 1 to you has It never occurred to thoseIJ who are Interested In uplifting an l Increasing the power for good of th church and In carrying Its missiona work Into the cities sand Into the slumsI and into the tenements where Godl knows It Is needed most of anywheret I on this earth has It never occurred to you that a child nurtured In the ten jinenttf and in the slums and In thoI citY Oats and seeing nothing aroundl It but bricks and mortar and asphaltI j and trolleycars and things I jsjias made lives whore there Is nothing I to create a conception ota highe- power and lacks the Influence of thoi B splendid manifestations of nature are the most convincing revelaa rwhIchthat we have that there Is and that there Is a God an that should be a faith In rellglonI in the heart of every man i t If you want to make this a religiousI ationtias you must If It Is to be pre red you must got the children of cities back to nature and udder ho spell of its Influence or at least rear them In an environment where they can see and be convinced by theI miracles of natures mysteries that tbereJsu God who Rules the worldI 1atld Rollss the ageBon Applause DI r And Iso through you I appeal not only to tlie women bf the country but to the churche 6f tjie country i to put y those great trees In California but toII this wbolo great movement for preservation of tho forests wo have their right use for the planting of new and for the scattering through this great nation In every state and territory of forest plantations that when they come to maturity a generation from now will supply every state with wood and timber of every kind for every purpose from Forests and Plantations within its own bor dersI have no time today to go into details but If you will go Into the South and see the actual conditions with ref to the water supply on the reams flowing from the Appalachian mountains and study the beauties of that country you will be converted an Instant to time necessity for the creation of the Appalachian Forest reserve and the snore thing Is true of the proposed White Mountain Forest Reservation In New ngland Those Reserves are comparatively small things In the amount of money In rotted It we can throw money to the birds as n manure spreader throws Itgrout of tho back of a wagon Into tha field to build the Panama canal and manage the conquest of the Philippine IsImoney enough to perpetuate the for eats that God gave us and for the preservation of all the Internal Resources our country at home Applause I maintain another thing and that that It the women who are here today would go to their homes from this convention and take up and study the possibilities of the of 1polleycontrol tho forests and the water sup ply which are the only things that keep that great country from going back to the desert you would save tills nation from the Infamy of join- Ing Arizona and New Mexico In the bonds of joint statehood In the taco your opposition that great wrong could never be accomplished All women In the land should rise up and protest against It because It is abandoning the destiny and development of tho foundation of all the resources for homemakIng of those territories to the unrestrained legislative control of a legislature which will be dominated by the most evil political influences that ever existed In nap state the offscourings of tho worst political rottenness that ever pro called In Pennsylvania coupled with thetho Iniquities that will prevail byCreason of the fact that so large a proportion J of the population of New Mexico cannot even speak the English Language The joint statehood bill improposeslegislature as that without any pos slblo check r hlndcrance a land grant about twenty million acres to grab and speculate with and graft on and practically to do with as they please Applause- I only want to say In closing If you find crime anywhere It you find man gone wrong anywhere If you find political corruption or anything going wrouj In our political Institutions you will fl d If you trace it back that the fault lies In its original source at some place or other In the fact that there was not the right kind of a home and the right kind of a mother It you fled a man of strong and sterling character or a woman either you trace It ba and you will find that It was because there was the right kind of a mother and the 1ght kind of a home We have heard a good deal lately about the man behind the gun and the man behind the pick and tho matt behind tho ballot and the man behind a great wavy oher things I want to tell you that you can pile them all ono upon another likecOssa upon Pellon and all of them together are not of as much importance the Mother behind the bowel Applause 0Ifhomes and the right kind of inothcrs lobreadthcountry of ours you must make It easily possible for every man who works and lives by his toll to have u ome of his own on time lauda ECROT hog evcr small You must train every child in garden schools to know how to plant seeds and make things grow crud get of food directly from the bossorn of Mother Earth You must so train all boys and girls that their first great ambition will be to get a home of their own with a piece of ground on around it large enough for a garden The Good Book tells us that God planted a garden eastward In Eden of and there ho put tile won whom he had formed And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that Is pleasant to the sight and good for food God Intended that every man and woman and every child should live next to nature and on the Lad and every man who marries a woman should put her In a home In the midst of a garden- Tho great movement which Is now fairly under way known as the HOMECROFT MOVEMENT pro rhodhomeedonery 1 The slogan of the Homecraft 1 meat Is- IEvery Child In a GardenEvery Mother In a Homecraft and Individ EveryeWorker In a Homo of his Own on the J Land Is not that a Causo which should have the ardent and enthusiastic sup j port and cooperation of every man i everyrmother In the land THEdHOMECROPIERS BY George H Maxwell CONTENTS THE BROTHERHOOD OF MAN CHARITY THAT is EVERLAS- TINGiTHE SECRET OF NIPPONS POWER LESSON OF A GREAT CALAMITY THE SIGN OF A THOUGHT ThU book will t o mailed to any address la the United States on receipt of twelve two cent stamps byrNHoMeormfQildttllet iIU M f lt tWater own Muu IBE A HOMECROFTER Learn by Doing Work Together Give every Man a Chance THE SLOGAN OF THE 1I0IECROFT RS IS Every Child In a Garden Every Mother in u Ilomeefon and ndlIvidual Industrial Independence till Every Worker in UIllome ofhia Own on the LuudII A little croft wo owneda plot of corn thymeAndPlucked while the church bells rang tthulr earliest chimesIUIJr sworliII The Citizen etandlne In the doorway of his homecontented on his threshold his family gathered about his hearthstone while the evening of a well spent day cIoes In scenes and sounds that are dearest he shall save the Republic when the drumtap Is futile and the barracks ate exhaustedhenry tf CirIlJII The slums and tenements of the our fast Increasing population In InJJ cities are social dynamite cer dividual homes on the land home I thetalnI occupant every worker and his only safeguard against such dangers family can enjoy individual Industrial to plant the multiplying millions of Independence George II Maxwell IIIOMECROFTSOPPORTtJNITY I FIRST BOOKTIfEHOMECROFTERS HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED AND AMONG ITS CONTENTS ARE THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OF ABSORBING INTEREST BY CEORCE H MAXWELL Executive Chairman of the National Irrigation Auoolntlon The Brotherhood of Man Charity that is Everlasting The Secret of Nippons Power Lesson of a Great Calamity The Sign of a Thought This book is the first of a Series that will Chronicle the Progress of time HOMECROFT MOVEMENT and Inform all who wish to cooperate with It how they may do so through I formation of local Homecrofters ircles Clubs or Gilds to promote Town rind Village Betterment stimu late home civic pride and loyalty to home Institutions industries and trade prove methods and facilities of clluI cation in the local public schools and create new opportunities At Home that will go far to check time drift of trade and population to the cities The first Gild of the Homccrofters imps been established at Wntertown Massachusetts The Glldhall Shops and Gardens are located at 113 Main Street where the Garden School Is now fully organized and over one hundred children are at work In the Gardens The departments for train- Ing In Homecraft and Village Indus- trIes are being installed The Weavers are already at work at the looms It is not designed to build here an Isolated Institution but to make a model which can be duplicated In any town or village In time country I Copies of TIn FIRST BOOK OF TilE HOMECROFTERS can be obtained by sending twelve twocent stamps with your name and address carefully crud plainly written to The Homecrofters Gild of the Talisman 143 Main St Watertown Massa There Is New Hope and Inspiration for every Worker who wants a Homo his own on the Land In the AND PLATFORM OF TilE HOMECROFTERS which Is as fol ws Peace has her victories no less renowned thrum war EDUCATIONCOOPERATION OPPORTUNITY HOMECROFTS We believe that the Patriotic Slogan the Whole People of this Nation should be Every Child inn Garden Every Mother In a Homecraft and In dividuall Industrial Independence for Every Worker In u Homo of his Own the Land and that until he owns such a Home the concentrated purpose and chief Inspiration to labor In the life every wage worker should be his determination to Get an Acre and Live on It Wo believe that the Slums and Tenements and Congested Centers of population In the Cities are n savagely deteriorating social atonal and polit- Ical Influence and that a great public movement should be organized and the whole power of the nation and the states exerted for the betterment of all tho conditions of Rural Life and to create nod upbuild Centers of So- cIal and Civic Life In Country and Suburban Towns and Villages where Trade and Industry can bo so firmly anchored that they cannot be drawn into the Commercial Maelstrom that is now steadily sucking Industry and Humanity Into the Vortex of the Great Cities We believe that every Citizen In this Country has an Inherent and Fundamental Right to an Education which will train him to Earn a Liv ing and If need be to get his living straight from Mother Earth and that he has the same right to the Opportun- Ity to have the Work to Do which will afford him that living and to earn not only a comfortable livelihood but enough more to enable him to be a Homccrofter and to have a Homo of his Own with ground around It sufficient to yield him and his family a Living from the Land as tho reward for his own labor We believe that time Public Domain Is the most precious heritage of the people and the surest safeguard tho nation has against Social Unrest Dis turbance or Upheaval and that the Cause of Humanity and the Preservation of Social Stability and of our Free Institutions demand that time absorp tion of the public lands Into specula tive private ownership without settlement JH forthwith stopped and that time nation should create opportunities Yet Homecrofters iby building frrhw tton aaddraluaKa tevrorkltt6redslm land as fast as It is needed to give very mph who wants a Home on the Laud a chance to get It We believe that as n Nation we should bu less absorbed with Making Money and should pay more heed to raising up and training Men who will tJe LawAbiding Citizens that the wel fare of our Workers Is of more con sequence than the mere accumulation of Wealth and that Stability of Nfa ional Character and of Social and business Conditions Is of greater lin ortance to the people of this country os a whole than any other one question that is now before then and we believe that the only way to lreHerv- such Stability and to Permanently Maintain our National Prosperity is to carry Into Immediate effect and operation the Platform of the Tolls man which is as follows EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT AND HOMES ON TilE LAND 1 That children shall be taught gardening and homecraft In time public schools and that Homecraft and Garden Training Schools shall be established by count municipal state and national governments where every boy and every mist out jf work who wants employment where he can gala that knowledge can learn how to make a home and till the soil and get his living straight from the ground and where every boy would be taught that his first aim In life should be to get a home of his own on the land BUILD HOMECROFTS AS NATION AL SAFEGUARDS 2 That the New Zealatmi system of Land Taxation and Lund Purchase and Subdivision and Advances to Set tiers Act shall be adopted In this country to the end that land shall be subdivided Into smith holdings In the hands of those who will till it for a livelihood and labor find occupation In the creation of homccrofts which will bo perpetual safeguards against the political evils and social discontent resulting from the overgrowth of cities and the sufferings of unem ployed wageearners PROTECTION FOR THE AMERICAN UOMECROFT 3 That Rural Settlement shall be encouraged and the principle of Pro tection for tim American Wageworker and his Home applied directly to the Home by the Exemption from Taxa tlon of all Improvements upon and also of all personal property not ex ceeding 2500 In value used on and In connection with every Homecraft or Rural Homestead of not more than ten acres In extent which the ioccupies as a permanent home an cultivates with his own labor and so provides therefrom all or part of the support for a family- ENLARGEMENT OF AREA AVAILABLE FOR HOMEMAKING 4 That the National Government as part of a comprehensive nation al policy of internal improvements for river control and regulation and for the enlargement to th utmost possible extent of th area of tho country available for agriculture and Homes on the Land and for the protection of those Homes from either flood or drouth shall build not only levees and revetments where needed and drainage works for t reclamation of swamp and overflowed lands but shall also preserve existing forests reforest denuded areas plant new forests and build the great reser voirs and other engineering works necessary to safeguard against over flow and save for beneficial use the flood waters that now run to waste RECLAMATION AND SETTLE MENT OF THE AUlD LANDS 5 That the National Government iHiall build the Irrigation works nece sary to bring water within reach of settlers on time arid lands the cost of such works to bo repaid to tho govern ment by such settlers In annual IIn thtimeworks necessary for tho utilization of tiColumbiaMissouandas r wlIlbotiUllzsettlers g4 ti pay the government the cost of con Btructlon of the Irrigation works and that the amount needed each year for construction as recommended by the Secretary of the Interior shall be made available by Congress as U loan from the general treasury to the Re clamation Fund and repaid from lauds reclaimed as required by the National Irrigation Act SAVE TliE PUBLIC LANDS FOR UOMEMAKERS ptlliebe grunted to any state or territory for arty purpose whatsoever or to anyone other than an actual settler who has built his home on the lund and lived on it for five years and that no more land scrip of any kind shall ever be Issued and that the Desert Land Law and the Commutation Clause of the Homestead Law shall be made to con form to the recommendations of the Public Lands Commission appointed by President Roosevelt and of tho Message of the President to Congress PLANT FORESTS AND CREATE FOREST PLANTATIONS 7 That the Timber anti Stone Law publie permanent Forest Reserves the tltlo to the land to be forever retained by the National Government stumpage only of matured timber to be sold and young timber to be preserved for future cutting so that the forests will bo perpetuated by right use and that the National Government shall by the reservation or purchase of ex isting forest lauds and tub planting of neW forests create In every statu 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if they would read it And hero arc some of tho other Departments EtiquettcTheHomeStudyCare of Home Health theHouseCheer OnYou will get this April Dumber and in addition ONE WHOLE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION covering twelve copies of tho magazine one each month for twelve months if you will put one dime or Jive two cent stamps man envelope with your natneand QlE1tAKERlAqAZINEM R nN M Mt 4 9 t 4- i I il i til e i IWjM8ffEjTE BRUSH SHELLS The Thing For Bird Shooting These shells give an open pattern at from 25 to 30 yards In choke bore guns They are loaded in cc Leader and cc Repeater brands THEY MAKE BIG BAGS Ask Your Dealer To Get Them r r r t CLOVERPORT KY I l fCentrnllIcthodistf writ- ingi to you and the brethorn many I things have transpired hero some tryI pleasant and some otherwise I Our third quarterly conference has passed and all the financesI were in full to date We beganI our revival tho Sunday before i conference and it lasted two weekst a The P E Dr Lewis remainedl u with us four days and preached to I tho delight and edification ofnill L who heard him Tho pastor did th j ft remaining part of the preaching and the Lord blessed us greatly Wo had a sweet revival that wo believe did a great deal of good There was no special outward de monstration and but one added to the church as direct result but the Lord was with us and we felt his presence The good Radios of the church suprised the pastor at the close of the meeting with a jurso with which to order for him elf a nice suit of clothes Thisi I ras also highly appreciated as are- tthe many other kindly acts and deeds which these good people be stow on us We celebrated Childrens Da Yesterday and tho children under He direction of the capable lead ra did themsqlyea credit and the 1logramme was enjoyed by full house The choir also rendered beau f tifuly A little child shall leadl Wo have delightful Sing the trmeand music whichl I1y IIthemcompare favorably with th- a I in our city churches TheI collection amounted up to 1030 s f With splendid officials of our church in the lead and conscien i usly doing their duty for they i are we expect the church here toI make the best report of its history r Our E L and S S areI both doing splendid work as ateI andtheII LadiesAid Altogether we ar on raising ground and are doing c splendidly in our church The one thing that we all regretj 13 tho fact that saloons were votedl 6 back into our little town last o month It is no more than justiceI to the good people of our churc and town to say however that iitj 1 was done by the rural vote andl 1cfiI i not by our people The churchl people of our town did good wor j H to keep them out but there woreI jtoo many of the other class in theI msntrywho voted the other way ink lam correct when I say la single voter in the member ft of our church voted for theI = nre have contested then I however on legall points t3 xpect yet to nullify theI D era tohavo a true substantial r These jiI 1 and intelligent peopleI ve long ourchurchand they canl lone a ded upon to stand for thet- yre I as uphomes4tripen fveragoft They contmu I byally by their pastor i a pleasuro to serve them Lord continue to life up Sinithliteuance upon us andt t week i besit for The entralnndOUI t + brotherhood I am as over vernallykidnqi J M CURRIE P 0 arew 1- w da irer tJA TOZit Zs cared + JMMttie You t1 Dutober w QTII8 1Zt 1 J t e HERE FROMMISSOURI Mr C D Wale of Excelsior Mo was in the city last wees the gnest of 0his nephew Mr Engene Haynes Dr Raymond Meador of Custer and Vir gil and Hawkln Smith of Garfield 1were also the guests of Mr Haynes while Mr Wale was in the city Mr Wale has not seen Brockenridgc county for 80 years He is in the banking business in Missouri Be is a fine gentleman Situationjtrtfqently resnta from neglect of clogg ed bowels and torpid liver niitil con stlpationlbecoxaes chronic This condi tion la unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Lite Pills the best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by Short Hay nes druggists Price 25c A Good Yield of Peas John Cockerellof 1obinsport sowed one bushel of peas last February From tnat bushel he gathered 510 bushels and sold them at an average of 22 cents a bushel netting him 11220 He now has the same ground planted in corn this getting two crops off the same land Unknown Friends There are many people who have Cnolerayresults but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience tnt publication These people however are none the lees friends of this reme towardlmaking personal recommendations to friends and neighbors It is a good medicine widelyeknown for its cures of dairrhoea and all lorma of bowel trouble For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport FIRST VACATION IN 15 YEARS till tell you It feels funny IIsaid genial and jovial Mr Eugene Haynes when asked how it seemed not to beat work Mr Haynes is a member whoesold out their drug business In this city to the Severs Drug Company last week Mr Haynes has been in business here for 15 years and has never taken a vacation until now lie has worke Il hours a day seven days in a week everyhone days Haynes an nnasuly popular man in the city every body lliking him almost an in dividual fallkwinding apI the firms business when he and his family will leave for Durant rT to reside At Durant Mr Haynes will be connected with G W Stunt In the Durant Drug Co Death Lockjaw never follows an Injury dressed with Bncklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Osward merchant of Rensselaersyllle N Y writes it cared Seth Burch of this plane of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures Cats Wounds Burns and Sores 25q at Short Haynes dnrq store AATKISSONLEGTERS The Editor ot the News has received andeMrs Walter E Roe request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their friend Maud Adkisson to Rev Leonard LL egters Thurday evening Jane the twentyeighth nineteen hun Bred and six at nine oclock Apache MIssipn Fort Sill Oklahoma At home ComancbtJ Mission Fort Slllt Miss Adkisson is a Breckenridge county young lady ot the Irvington neighborhood She tea cultured and eat mable woman For several years she has been prominently con atfortFret Jtogteca Is ah Eastern man t A WEEKS HAPPENINGS I I RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATESII I Important Ruling Made to Remedy Discrimination on Freight Succes sor to Judge Paynter Beckhams i AnnouncementFrankfort i I J Juno 21Tho state railroad commission announced Its ruling in tho matter of freight rate regulation which l as been under Investigation six months The opinion of the commission sustains the conten tion of shippers in all sections of tho state that they have been discriminat ed against and that the entire state has suffered ii Taking tho Louisville and Nashville company as a basis it operating tho greatest number of miles of road in the state the commission orders a reduction of its mileage Scale by 25 per cent on all classes of freight on tho main linos tho Knoxville division and the Cumberland Valley division to bring tho rate to that Iirj effect on tha Kentucky Central and Lexington divi sion All of the other roads in the state are brought down to this basis It affects mainly tho Illinois Central company on class rates its short haul rates being even creator than those of the Louisville and Nashvlllo company The commission reserves for futuro I consideration the matter ol commod ity rates i I Judge Paynter Resigns Frankfort Ky Juno 20Appellate Court Judge T H Pnynter selected by tho general assembly last winter as the successor of United States Senator i Blackburn filed his resignation wltk Governor Beckham to take effect Aug 1 next It was accepted Circuit Judgo John M Laming of Boone county Is slated as the successor of Judgo Payn tcr on the bench of the court of apt peals An election will be held at the general election this fall to fill tho ot flee and JUdge Lasslng will be with out opposition for the Democratic nomination Tho district has been represented by Judge Paynter on the bench since 1895II Mlddlesboro Ky June 20A pas t senger train and through freight collided two miles north of Mlddlesboro seriously injuring nine persons The stonYIForkI Tille Ky Foreman George Griffith ofII Jell fco Tenn Engineer J P Padgett of Corbin Ky serious Mrs William McBurney Plnevllle Ky Mrs Jane Barns Plnovllle Ky Mrs J S Ward and son Straight Creek Ky and G L Hunt Mlddlesboro Telegraphers Sue L N Louisville Ky June 23The Order of Railway Telegraphers In the Jeffer i son circuit court filed an action against the Louisville and Nashvlllo Railroad company wherein an Injunc tion Is prayed for It Is alleged that tho Louisville and Nashville railroad is using threats against operators who desire to Join the order and Is resort- Ing to the same tactics against those of its operators who belong to the order Beckhams Announcement Frankfort Ky June 23 Governor Beckham made formal announcement of his candidacy in the primary to beheld over the date on the day of the regular election IBI November next for the Democratic nomination to succeed James B McCreary in the senate of tho United States Senator McCreary has already entered upon a campaign for reelection Succeeds Paynter Frankfort Ky June 23Governor Beckham appointed John M Lasing of Boone county to the vacancy on the court of appeals bench created by the resignation of Judge T Payntorwho has been elected to the United States senate Judge Laming Is at present Judge of the Fifteenth Judicial district Bookkeeper Suicides Bluefleld W Va June 23 Eugene C Patterson 47 formerly of New York a bookkeeper for the Superior Supply company of this city commit ted suicide hero by shooting himself It Is alleged he was short in his ac counts and this is given as the cause for his suicide Fire In Illinois Town Paducah Ky June 23Two blocks in the business section of Goloonda 111 burned and the loss is estimated at 100000 Tho fire originated In a laundry and consumed the laundry two hardware stores tho city light plant a barrel house and other smaller buildings Miner Electrocuted Wheeling W Va June 22 John Stravlch Polander 30 employed at tho Black Diamond mine in Belmont county was the first victim since the miners resumed work He was elec trocuted while going into the mine Fatal Fight Owlngsvlllo Ky Juno 22ln a fight between Harry Cole and Ullick Hart at Vale 12 miles east of hero the ttat- ter was shot and Instantly killed Hart accused Cole of being too intimate with his wife Received Life Sentence Hopklnavlllo Ky Juno 23John Chaney who murdered his sweetheart Mrs Maude Ellis last December and shot and wounded Duncan Veach pleaded guilty and was sentenced to lifo imprisonment In the penitentiary Accused of Cox Murder Jackson Ky June 23John Smith and John Abner were arrested by a ieputy sheriff Qna warrant charging them with the murder of JDr Cox The case Rae sit for trial Saturday a M if t7 LAID TO REST funeral of Governor Pattison Held at the Old Home Milford 0 Juno 22After a aim stateItho body of Governor Pattison of Ohio was consigned to tho grave At noon the residence was opened to the public and for two hours a stream of home people and visitors passed the casket in which the governor lay after which the funeral services began Rev Marlon LoSourd pastor of the Milford Methodist Episcopal church was in charge and opened the service by rending Psalm xix and I Corln thlnns xv 4158 following with a short address Dr Richard II Rusty of Xenla offered prayer Mrs Corinne- Moore Lawson sang 0 Como Unto Me Judson Harmon of Cincinnati a lifelong friend spoke on the political life of Governor Pnttison BIshop Henry Spelltneyor of Cincinnati deliv ered the funeral sermon which was brief Mrs Lawson then sang Tenny sons Crossing the Bar and tho ben ediction was pronounced by Rev M LeSourd The First regiment of Cincinnati IIB command of Colonel Hake led the fun oral procession The casket was carried from the resilience by eight prl vates of company K Fourth regiment of state guards as active pallbearers and placed In the funeral car The governors son is a member of atIergoner Harry Dall William Shaw Ralph Waters W Kelchner C Newton and G Knoske The procession wended its way tc Droenlawn cemetery where It halted 1 tl casket was carried to the family lot and lowered Into a steel vault The Interment was private only tho fam Ily and pastor being at the grave the burial services being read by Rev M LoSourdBy of Mrs Pattison the fir tug of a farewell salute over the grave was dispensed with but at the conclusion of the service the regimental bugler sounded taps The regimental hand marched at the head of the procession but the Instruments were si lent the wishes of the wife having pre regardA special train from Columbus ar rived at noon bringing Lieutenant Governor Harris and other state officials members of the legislature and em ployes in state departments Governor Harris was attended by the military staff of the chief executive in full dress uniforms as follows Adjutant General Oliver H Hughes Assistant Adjutant General Worthington Kautz man and AldesdeCamp Lieutenant Colonel C C Weybrecht Major George W Cunningham Captain F M Fanning Captain Julius A Blasius Captain James H Williams Captain George H Wood Captain Robert L Dunning Captain Harry D Knox Captain Joseph A Hall and Lieutenant Harry Moulton Special trains bearing nine com panies of militia attached to the First regiment of Cincinnati a battery of light artillery and a heavy field gun arrived in the morning The troops were in command of Colonel Charles Hake Tho soldiers ware dressed in the blue dress uniforms white collars and gloves black belt and carried can teens and haversacks filled with one days rations Dowles Father Testifies Chicago June 23ln the Dowle heaving before JUdge Landis in the federal court John Murray Dowie of Essex la took the stand and testified that he Is the father of John Alexander Dowie Ho testified that he supported and carefully educated J6hn Alexander Dowie at Edinburgh university and later procured him a church In Au stralia He asserted that the soldier killed In the Crimean war of whom John Alexander Dowie claims to be son was a creature of the mind of John Alexander One Year For Each Paterson N J June 23Three for mer secretaries of building and loan associations were sentenced to serve one year each In prison on charges of embezzlement They are W F Spear of the Peoples Building and Loan as sociation of PassaIc whose alleged peculations amounted to about 14 000 William Malcolm of the Mutual Building and Loan association of Pas sale 4667G W Allee of the Man chester Building and Loan association of Paterson 5257 Losses of Grand Army Men Sacramento Gal June 23 As a result of an Inquiry by Governor Par dee Itls ascertained that 300 Grand Army men lost their homes In the San Francisco fire They have received about 8000 from the Grand Army posts but these contributions have been sufficient to relieve only their Immediate needs It will require a much greater sum to prepare for their future Stockmen Arrested Butte Mont Juno 23Stato Senator Charles McDonald and several wealthy stockmen of this state were arrested by federal officers on charge of fencing public lands All of them furnished bonds and will appear before Judgo Hunt in Helena These men were Indicted by the grand Jury In Helena Juna 8- Quakes In Cuba Santiago Cuba Juno 23Two earth lluako shocks half an hour apart slightly damaged many buildings in this city Several persons were slight ly Injured The first shock lasted 15 Seconds the second was shorter thought heavier rN+ HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Hotueseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and onth East On the first and third Tuesdays of end monthff One way Colonist rates to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 an Sep 1C to Oct 81 1000 L II ST iL TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 146 Dally Past Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville 7 JS A M No 143 Dally Mull ana tlxpresslearesClo- verport912AItt stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No ill Dally fastmnll loaves Clu verport 443 p m stops at nil way stations atLouisvilleaccommodation WEST BOUND Oioverportaccommodatloleaves yule 900 a m Train No Ul Dally fast mall and express atllawesvUteStanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 70 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville lo v1I1 Stops at all stations No U5dally St Louis fast tratnleavesClo AMOwonsboro and Henderson only betwoeLouisvillecars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 116 between Louisville aid St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 130 u Arrives Irvlngton 840 LW Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 350 pm arrives Irvlngton 5 p m Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvlllofl30 a m IrvlnRton 803 a m WEST BOUNDI Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves IrvlDgton d50 a m arrives Fordsvllle 215 pmTrain No5 Dally loaves Irvington 650 p nv arrives Fordsvllle P 5 U ni ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR Reduced Rate Excursions TO Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado andI the Northwest Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Arkk Extremely low round trip rates to points ID MISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OK LAlIOMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers tram Louisville to California Art zona and Texas Full Particularshad ot Homo Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Loulsrlllf HOWESpNCp c ASSEs SOMETHING NEW styleMadesighted and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are su perior In every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money Ifl youl1a70this paPer and well tell you how to get a pair of TORICOID GLASSES that will relieve your trouble It its not Incurable T J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY PRESS TIm BUTTON Slmplcat5arat5afeatlIanellclt S1f6Ulnl Pen No glass Slier no ink to iplll no clogging or baking prasthebanonin filli u In aduh Write thlaataat ft touches the paper Eagle 50 Flash No ij with 14 karat solid gold pen point fineit vnlcutze rubber sad fully guaranteed EasUFlahNo2Swith gold baud S2S0 Eagl 26tarn3tV with gold baDds 1403 Sold by Stobooen and Other Stores Ask YOUR DEALER irk EagleFLASH send the retail price direct ton Each pen absolutely par anteedEagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway Nw York 1 1 X PROFESSIONAL CARDS =c == == = =sY G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTHAM KyhBABBAGE WORTHAM LawdBusiness in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Air Wortlmm will be in attend auto at the Circuit Court at hard at each term in February May and October StylishII ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for highItradooy modern methods Fit guar Ea3e3eport tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY theCourtsoroad ties Special attention given to collecting bpracticeOffice rivet Bank of llardlnsburg f LY For Sale15 year old horse broke 3yearold colt 2ycarold stud as hood as the best A number of milch cows 1 mare andcolt Easy Term- sBEARD BROS Htxrdlnsbvirg Kirk LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET GO- iNConroiUTcn Past Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCEp Cloverport to Louisville 3174 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 7J Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th etrr Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Snot iiii Sour StomachrNo appetite Un of strength naniel ness headache constipation bad brunt general debility sour risings and catanfc j IndluUffKadoll1i ttloncombined with the greatest known tees rand reconstructive properties Kodol On iptpsla Cure does not only cure IndlgeilUa Jand dyspepsia but this famous remel cures all stomach troubles by cleanslBf purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Bill of RiTtntwood W Vs urM+1 was troubled with our stomach for tw ntrT Kodol cured m and w are sow utlnt It is forbiby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottle only S1 00 Slue holding M tlmti the Mri site which elm for 50 cents Prepared by L a OeWITT A Oo OHIOAMb Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivoy your Lands o write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg icy- n rw Vr e mow ir t is It 1 T I f fI i I 3 J I 1e Senator Revorldgo presented a rad ical amendment to the agricultural ap propriation bill the other day which I was passed promptly Back of the ease and celerity with which this tic tion was accomplished Is n story It Is an interesting one too for It shows how the President for once at least was able to hold the big stick over the Senate and the great packing Inter ests and forced the amendment with which he was In accord r The rider that was tacked on to the 7800000 appropriation bill in the Senate at the last moment without discussion provides for the same sort of an Inspection of meats for home 1 consumption that Is provided for those which are sent abroad It will cost the great packing house Industry sev eral million dollars each year for they will have to pay for the Inspec tion When the question came up be fore Congress as to who should as sume the expense of this work tho packing house lobby objected strenuously to putting up any money for it notwithstanding the fact that some months ago when there was an In m Tilt i iUUNI SWIFT MEAI- Bufllclont r t appropriation for foreign inspection a nuiiibiT of law packing house concerns voluntarily offered to defray tilt cost Involved 4 4CONSUMER PAYS COST ANYWAY u It Is stated that of course the pack ing house people otherwise the beef trust will pass the cost of the Inspection along to the consumer but as it will only amount to about fi or 0 cents a head on each carcass the increase will not he appreciable In till individ ual beef steak at least It ought not to be lint the combination of packers dealers wholesalers retailers etc will doubtless make an excuse for putting up meat at least a cent a pound and thus make an Investment of many hundred per rent off the amount which they pay for the Government Inspection HOW THE TKOUDLE BEGAN Some time ago Upton Sinclair pub lished The Jungle It was a novel and horrible It showed that the in spection service at the Chicago pack- Ing houses was wholly Inadequate It was proved that the iovernment in spectors passed on the conditions of the carcasses when the animals were killed but after that there were no Inspections and the conditions wore Incredibly revolting Presldnt Hoose velt read the book and Is stated to have been outraged at the statements made Were they true or were they exaggerated lit made some Inquiri v and found that the statements were all well founded Then he was genuinely angry Secretary Wilson sent a cum mission out to look into the condition of affairs but the President was ap parently not satisfied with the Government commission so ho sent his dose personal friend Mr J B Heynolds a promuient social worker and a man of means and Mr Charles P Nelll the it United States Commissioner of Lnb r- on a purely personal Inspection tour The expenses of the two Investigators were paid by the Government but the men received no salaries and the inquiry was In u way unolDclal There has never yet been any writ ten report made public from these two J Investigators likely there will not be but the President knows all they 1 found out and tilt packers know It too Both the President and the packers were horrified the reasons were different The story around the Capitol regarding this Investigation runs something like this The packers said If this sort of a story gets out it will ruin our business abroad The President remarked In effect If rll that I know gets out It will ruin your business at home too Now said the packers make any sort of an Inspection law you want pass it and we will stand for it and tbutldonbutlI i IL BEEF TRUST RIDER Provision Inspecting American Meats Tacked on Agricultural Bill GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL out scandal If It can be but with scandal If It must Ho recognized that there were many Innocent Interests which would be severely damaged by the publication of this report What he was after principally was results for the future There Is another peculiar feature which Is having sonic weight In the ease with which the Inspection law gets past what would ordinarily be an almost Insurmountable barrier It seems that Mr Sinclair Is writing another book It will be more damaging than the Jungle It is to be an expose of the whole packing business from the report of the Embalmed Hoof Commission down to the present time and the combination of olllclal docu ments and statements of eye wit nesses When this book appears the packers are very anxious o be able to say that the practices alluded to therein are a thing of the past and that no such conditions can exist ear der the present Government Inspec tion The new act provides an Inspection that does not stop at the gate of the tIKINCJ PLANT CHICACJO parking house but follows the animal through all departments until it reaches the can or the cooler There Is some antagonism presented to the hill In the House on tin grounds of constitutionality and other excuses but If any actual opposition should develop It will mean a thor ough hearing in committee on both sides of the question and It Is pre sumed that this Is about the last thing the Tuckers actually desire Seldom if ever has the public been more aroused over any public question nom The fact thnt the meat consumption entered vitally Into every home coupled with the terrible charges node not only in the Jungle but through ninny other credible sources has aroused a state Of public senti ment which Is akin to revolutionary On the whole In the face of an intensely suspicious public an aroused Congress and a determined President the beet trust Is now up against the tight of Its life While the President Intended to use his private report as a club to force legislation and to with hold Its publication unless It was found necessary to bring the packers to terms tho overwhelming current aroused Indignation will force Its publication Indeed amount of damaging and disgust lot thtjtlYpress which are being made to know the facts would seem to InI dicate that but little additional dam nccolUpllshedthrouhreportGOVI3KNMENT CARDS Commenting on the question of the constitutionality of the amendment It It should become a law In that It In terferes with state rights a prominent Government oilleial remarked that in any event till packers could be forced to terms They are very anxious over their great foreign meat trade and this is largely dependent upon Government Inspection of carcasses Abroad the Government Inspection tag Is looked upon as n guarantee and with out it foreign meat trade would suffer Inestimably Should the packers re fuse to allow the Government to in spect food for home consumption the Government could In Its turn refuse to Inspect meats for export NEILL REPORT PUBLISHED After some consideration of the wis dom of publishing the Neill report and yielding to the public clamor of all sections of the country for a knowl edge of Its contents the President sent a message to Congress transmit ting It for the consideration of the national legislature The story as told by the Nclll report shows revolt lug conditions In a number of the packing houses and In many cases upholds all of the stories told In the Sinclair novel The Neill committee did not consider affidavits of wIt- neSses to any great extent In arriv ing at Is conclusions but paid more attention rather to conditions as witnessed by the three members of the committee The message of President Roosevelt that submitted the report byIthe Investigators as revolting and urged Immediate legislation In the Interests of health and decency lie not only recommends the passage of the socalled BeverIdge amendment to the agricultural appropriation bill but threatens to destroy the foreign busi ness of the packers should congress fall to provide for Inspection of moats at all stages of preparation In the event of such failure the Presi dent says that he will oo compelled to order that Inspection labels and rortlflcates on products shall BEEF AND- MUTTON COOLING ROOMS AT CHICAGOPACKING PACKINGHOUSES A n h1 not be used hereafter Without these labels the products will bo excluded from European markets One on the Professor Prof Itarrctt Wendell of Harvard lightened with an atiecdotc an English lectureThere was a certain Instructor he said who was always Impressing upon his students the need of perspicuity A young mat came to him one day to get back an essay that had been submittedA good essay said the In structor us lie returned the paper but Mr Smith you should Ito nl biaJtfltiav x i eafA asee a I ia I I t STOCK YARDS AT KANSAS CITY MISSOURI j B public details I federal I canned r ways so that the most ignorant person can understand every word you sayThe young man looked up ant busty What part of my essay was not clear to you professor ho asked rtT rnawftlwsii iI T A i1tEriCtT CAUSED PACKERS PLIGHT Interview with Author of the Now Famous Junele Expose of Meat Pucklnu Methods Upton Sinclair the author of the Jungle which has In reality started the entire packing house scandal Is an advocate of municipal slaughterhouses lie believes that this Is the only effective solution of the problem although he says tha the Bevurldgo amendment Is good so far as It goes Interviewed recently he said There is no doubt that this amendment will become a law but a few months utter Its enactment It will bo forgotten and former conditions will be resumed I say former conditions because tho Chicago t packers have cleaned up house and are now able to make a show of virtue which theynever pos sessed but It Is Impossible for them to conceal the fact that toy have sent out millions of cann of potted chicken mode of bob or lay old veal millions of onus of roast beef made of cow udders and gristle and that all this vast output has been treated with chemicals to conceal putrefaction and to preserve the stuff sold under a false name GOVERNMENT SLAUGHTERHOUSES IN EUROPE Every slaughter house In England Germany and Belgium Is owned by the government There Is no chance- to graft because the slaughter of cat tic and the sale of meat Is distinct and separate The government kills for anybody and charges so mucli a head Twelve samples are cut from each animal and subjected to a microscopic I examination If the meat Is unhealth ful It Is condemned and destroyed I The slaughter houses are as cleanly as modern hospitals and not to be com pared In any way with the filthy shambles we endure here ANSWERING A HOWL As an additional precaution against graft It Is provided that the loss In cident to condemnation shall fall on the breeder or seller of the cattle and not to the buyer This compels tbeIcattle breeder to care for his stock I In a scientific and sanitary manner That answers the violent protests of the Western cattlemen who were forced by the beef trust to Inundate President Roosevelt with telegrams of t objection to the Beverldge bill until It was discovered that the making pub lic of the ReynoldsNelll report would work more damage to the business of canning dyed bob veal and selling It us chicken The opposition to the bill was not because the packers feared It would Interfere with their fraudulent practices but because It would Impose up on them a tax of 2000000 a year to pay for the Inspection which Is noth I ing more or less than advertisement for their bogus goods In foreign countries MR SINCLAIRS SOLUTION Every city In the United States should have municipal slaughterhouses All private slaughter houses should be abolished The result of such a condition would be to break the power of the packers trust They would have to sell out at cost time slaughter houses fit for the killing of food animals and destroy those are unfit That Is the only thatII the problem which Is now as of huge Importance to the of this and the thatcountry only way public opinion can be enlightened IsI to permit the commissioners appointed by President Roosevelt to make pub lic the full story of the horrors they found In the head center of the great depot of reception und distribution In ChicagoThe packers know that their very life depends upon the approval of II foreign nations and they know that the stamp of governmental approval abroad Is regarded as the hall mark of excellence They know that tho millions In Europe understand official Indorsement to be an absolute and unassailable guarantee and they re Bard oilleial Indorsement by agents of the United States government In the same light and with the ame con fidence POINTS OF BEVERIDGE MEAT INSPECTION BILL Provides for rigid postmortem In spection of all cattle swine sheep and goats killed for human consumption All meats found healthful shall be tagged and all meat found un healthful shall be destroyed All slaughterers aim packers and all others engaged In preparation of meat products must admit Inspectors to all parts of their establishments All canning rendering salting and packing products are included and any products treated with dyes or deleterious chemicals or presevatlves shall be condemned All establishments must be main tained in a sanitary manner accord hug to rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture After January 1 1007 no railroad or any other common carrier can trans port any meat product not Inspected or passed and no ship with such articles on board shall be given clear ance papers nor can any common carrier transport any meat product that Is prepared In an establishment where specified sanitary conditions do not prevail All canned potted or canvased meat products shall be labeled as In spected and passed and shall not be offered for sale until so labeled Signals on Rural MailUoxcs The Fourth Assistant Postmaster General has Issucu an order providing that after July 1 next rural delivery carriers when making their trips will visit and examine only those boxes for which they have mall for delivery and those on which the signals are dis played to Indicate that there is mail for dispatch Those patrons who are now mnln taming mall boxes on which there are no signals will be required to procure sonic sort of device which will serve as a signal to carriers 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socalled white leads which are not white lead as there are proeprietary paints N Yet good white lead and linseed oil paint is as j good as it ever wasand better If you are in real earnest about getting paint which will lookVwell and lastthe good old kind of other dayslet us tell you about our pure white I lead Booklet uo freeI Berta 3 National1 Lead Co t qw + rIn any of these Cities j New York Boston Buffalo Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Lptiii PAll dcJpf1a IJe14T Lath J N ee 3 fNtllMt f NifdMAl Lead A Qe TH BEST FRIENDS PERUNA IVIOTHERSAft CHILDRII lV1 ol r Peruna Should Bo Kept J Every Household Where There Are Little J Children Fornna should bo kopt in tho house all the time Dont wait until tho child is tick thon send to a drug store Bat i havo Poruna on handaccept no sub tituto Children are ospoclally liable to acuteI catarrh Indeed most of the affections of childhood are catarrh t All forms of sore throat quinsy croup hoarseness laryngitis etc are but different phases of catarrhdPeruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Pernna has found permanent use in BO many homos is that it contains no narcotic of any kin Poruna If taken according to printed I directions is perfectly harmless It ca be used any length of time without n acquiring a drug habit It docs not produce tomporay results but it is per manent in its etttta It has no badeffect upon the systemi and gradually eliminates catarrh by re I moving the cause of catarrh IlllDirsFBrockman 813 Meado street Appleton Wis writes I have never had a return of the catarrh which had made me so miserable and unhappy before Ibegan takingPeruna- I would not be without It In the house now I have a baby boy two years old to whom 1 give Peruna for a cold and my husband also takes Peruna- I thank you and wish you wellAirs F Brockman No Doctor Required Mr Edward Otto 027 De Soto street St Paul Minn writes I cannot say enough for Pernna It has done great work in my family es pecially for my oldest boy We had doctored with three or four different doctors and they did not seem to do him any good We gave up hopes of cure and BO id they but we pulled him through on Peruna We had several doctors end they sodwe tried Peruna as a last resort and that did the work Since then wen keep It In the houser l the time and- o doctor Is required Edward Otto There are a multitude of homes where Peruna has been used off cud on for years Such a thing could not be posslblQ If Peruna contained any narcotics The Benefit Which the Children of the United States Have Received Prom Pernna Can Never Be Put Into Words I Tho chronic ailments it has prevented the suffering it has mitigated will never bo fully recorded But at least this much can be said that the coming generation owes a great debt to Peruna for it is in tho tender years of youth that slight ailments are liable to develop into lasting disease thus blasting the whole career of the individual Tho mothers who are bringing up their children today to believe In Peru na are speaking from their experience These children brought up to believe in Peruna from tho start will when they become leads of families them selves use Poruna with unquestioning faith r A Childs Life Saved Mr G II Farmer New MartinsvlUe W Va writes Our little son Harry is well and healthy now and we think if we do as you directed us he will keep his health and grow strong We know that our little sons life was savedby your wonderful medicine Peruna and we shall always praise Peruna and use it In our family when needed Should we have any more catarrhal trouble In our family we shall always write to you for treatment G H Farmer Medical Advice For free medical advice address Dr S B Bartman President of the Hart man Sanitarium Columbtn Ohio All correspondence held strictly con fidential When Sickness Comes to Little Ones It Is the Mother Who CHi Suffers i She suffers oven more than the o who Happens to bo sick Hoi sympathy is deeper than that l any other mombor of the family t The mother looks forward with dr tk l to tho torrid heat of summer thlrifci tr of her children and the many llabt JSlring1folksfolksIt t IonsNdiscover it n she has in time of illness among children 1l Multitude of Mothtn v5f Have discovered that Peruna It tide standby and that in many 01 the k= a monts of spring and summer to whiek y tho children aro subjected Pormmir the remedy that will generally quietly relieve Whether it is spring fever or Btomfo derangement whother it is indigeetWh orbowoi disease a catarrhal conge U of 1Peruna1 of tho mucous membranes Its open tion is prompt the children do not dla like to tako the medicine it has no d Jef terious effects in any part of the body iIt simply removes the cause of tM disagreeable symptoms and restores the healthEvery mother who has not trieriPeruna in her family should familiariM herself with Dr Hartmans booklet The Ills of Life This booklet should Juablotoday hr remedYforfeatanbal i mer acute or chronic Stater- are if The mothers all over the United the best frionda that Peruna hasf 11 The Mothers lLteeaNot only because It has cured them o their various ailment but because i promptly rescues the children from tfc throes and grasp of catarrhal dif eases 1 Wo have in our files many testiny nials from mothers whose children ht been cured by Poruna However f large majority of mothers who y Peruna we never hear from j But we do hear from a great nmnf of mothers who are BO overjoyed at A + special good they have received K Peruna that they oanrotrestrain tlkjt enthusiasm They aro anxious to shall heso benefit With other mothers J Ty5 yss SK r sK s 5y 5jw jr iis f f omsof ot1 p I n m t f f fiSSmi 4i- k f i J J 1 M to f f 5Ilol wr fJ 1 I 0 I t I I I I PowWow and Barbecue c k tf ir J 1 I L I Hardinsburg July 4fIt- II I Unique Attractions All Day for Old and Young f z i S I r J r Grandest Celebration Ever Given by the Red Menbness to- These W1 avo longs I I Continous Concert by the Hardinsbufg Military Band poy f borne r ae ll 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