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I u A1r 14b j k44ar THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I I I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT i j I I h i 1 VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1906 12 Paces NO 52 S BECKHANl HAGAR I j JOHNSON f 0 Will be at Hardinsburg Aug 4 Entertainment Committee Nani- L I L l 1 Sfedfor Distinguished Guests ti Hardinsburg Ky July 10TheII r committee having in Masonic picnic Aug 4 have selected as ki van Eentertainment committee for Gov s J C W Beckham Auditor H W I Hagar Senator Ben Johnson and other distinguished guests the follows ing gentlemen Judge Henry VeBa en Moorman Dr John E Kincheloe Bon D C Moorman W J Piggott Col Life Green C V Robertson Col D R k Murray Capt J H Rowland J I T Moore Hon Chas Blanford Dr 1 i I F L Llghtfoot Rev KH Roe I Judge John S Adair Byron Cart i I ICol E L Robertson W S Ball Ken Rhodes Charles B Skillman r jHenry Kurtz J J Tilford M H a Beard and Hon E H Shellman 4 230 PEOPLE AT REUNION l Of Bunger and Allen Families At h I Garrett Last FridayDay of y Joy and Happiness I fX Garrett Ky July 1USpecial JI The Bnnger and Allen families bad a family reunion at the home of Mr George Bunger at this place last Fri day A bountiful dinner was served beneath the trees in the yard at 12 oclock 230 people were present Those from a dlHtance were Mr Sam Bunger Indian Territory Joe Banger Union county Billie Banger Hardin county H Wathan West Point The day was one of joy and happiness for all BURIED AT MATTINGLY Remains of Felix Beavin Victim Flux Brought Home From Oaktown Ind 4 Hattingly July 10Tl1e remains ot Felix Biven who died at Oaktown r YInd of flax arrived here July 8 an t were buried at the Taut grave yard Mr Biven was a son of Jerome Biven and formerly lived here He leaves f 4a wife and five children THE SICK Mr David Phelps 1 Mrs Fred Ferry Miss Louise Carroll Mrs WmMcCraukena baby Mr John Photon MrsEd Adam little daughter Mrs Selby McCracken Mr Thomas Groves Tobinsport 1Mrs Al Ryan Tolinsport Mrs Hugh Atkinsons baby ac + Mrs Enola ftafferty Rose Whitehonse 1Mm Q J Gatohel near town iisI to recovering from a long illness see I Mr Wm Sanders ong Mr Layton Farrow a Mrs Wm Athy as Dr Davidson Skiyman 4 r i1mAD 1SKLIMAN I Ethelia year old daughter of Mr L and Mrs Alvin Sheeran died at thou t i i borne at Skillman Monday night o flaxeeltl The local Masonlo barbecue will beI held Thursday Aug 33 Miss Jane Hosford of Danville 111 bitlathe guest of Capt and Mrs J H In I Rowland I I 0 10RIx wTMKM YN New Ithsee- a BHtf tf r t Jk i LEAGUERS TO- MEET HEREI- n 4 1907State Convention Comes to Cloverport as Choice Be tween Louisville And Mayfield EpwarthIlatter part of June and tbe first ot July The selection was made at the recent State Convention at Princeton Cloveroort being the choice between Louisville and Mayfield Sev enty five delegates are expected who will be entertained while in the city by tbe local Chapter These convene tions are attended by some of the most brilliant men in Kentuckys pulpit The local Chapter is very much elat ed over securing the meeting for 1137 This will be the fourth Epworth League State Convention held in Kentucky The first one was attended bv 20 delegates the second by 40 the third by 50 or 60 MISS SMITH WINS TRIP To EuropeLeaves Hardinsburg Today To Cross the Pond Will be Gone Seven Weeks Hardinsburg Ky July 10Mlss Francis Smith won one of the trips to Europe in the Courier Jouraal contest She will leave here today and the tour will occur seven weeks the has been the receipient of hearty con gratulation upon her good fortune It is always well to have a box of salve in the house Sunburn cuts braIses piles and boils yield to De Wittes Witch Hazel Salve Should keep a box on hand at all times to pro vide for emergencies For years the standard but followed by many imi tatois Be sure youget the genuin- DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Severs Drug Co Cloverport iBtnmian canal committee announces tho appointment of Richard Reid Rogers an attorney of Now York aa general counsel Body of John Armstrong of PIt burg was found In an alloy at Cin cinnati and murder for the sake of robbery is suspected Secretary Root will accept the hos pitality of Chile and make part of his trip along the west coast of South America in a Chilean warship John Delllngor of Muncie Ind cut throat at the city prison Colum dbus O He was rushed to a hospital where he died shortly after arrival Resignation of Timothy D Sullivan aa member of the house from the Eighth Now York district was sent to the speaker and read to the house At Mannlngton W Va James L Goad an oil driller shot and killed his wife dangerously wounded Samuel H Williams a boarder then committed suicide Domestic infelicity Mrs O B Whitney was killed by lightning while attending tho funeral ef Edward Sexton Iin Matthews Ind Mrs Christiana Petsey 70 t widow committed suicide at Argen tine Kan by pouring gasoline on her clothes and sotting1 Ore to them Miss Eva Booth commander of the Salvation Army In the United States IsI seriously ill at her home In New York and all of her engagements hays keen cancelled Girls dormitory of the Knox county Industrial school Knoxvllle Tea a was totally destroyed by tire The BS girls sleeping in the building escaped Ithout Injury tllh winds blew over a train of 11 m at Weir a small station east ot Cheyenne Wyo The cars were vauAl M quarters for Japans laborer II of whom were injured conei chamber at tho penitentiary to await execution la the electric chair whiea is set for September 18 George Neville was nominated for congress bytha Democrats of theI eleventh Missouri district defeatingI John T Hunt the present incumbent Hunt announded that he will run om an independent ticket New postmasters OhioA Allison Mi Gilead West Virginia W Hensel Gary MUCH ACTIVITY IN CHURCHES Methodist Baptist and Presby terian Raising Money For Various Improvements There in much activity beIng dis played in the Mtthodst Baptist and Presbyterian cnurohEs in the city The Epwortb League of the Methodist ohnrch has engineered the buying and paying for in cash ot a f500 Vocation which it will give to the Methodist ohnrch proper The Instrument will probably ba hee the last of this month It Is of the same make as the Vocation in the Baptst churcn the difference being that it Is of a newer model Members ot the church and League and many not con nected with either donated liberally toward the purchase of the instru ment Among the largest contributors were Mr H A Oelze and Dr A A Simons who each gave a 100 Miss Eva May solicited the largest part of the money having secured pledges for nearly 375 her services were voluntary The League at its regular business meeting last Tuesday night tendered her a standng vote of thanks Tne Baptist church has solicitors out for money with which to put a new tile roof on their church house and also raise the tower and make other necessary improvements all of which will cost close to 500 Contributions will be received by Rev J T Lewis The Presbyterian church is trying to raise funds with which to install a furnace in their building Chas Hamman has this work in charge and will accept contributions SUDDEN DEATH Of Mrs Jno PowellAs Result of Operation Affecting Her Heart IThe funeral of Mrs John Powell wno died Thursday July 6 at Owens churcheat this place Saturday morning The services were conducted by Rev James I Lewis pastor of that church assisted by Rev Carrie of the Metho dist church The Interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery marriagetjust three weeks ago to Mr John Powell of Owensboro as Miss Susan Panley ot this place She was the daughter of Mrs Milt Smith who lives hereMrs Powells death was very sud den occnring after a slight operation which affected her heart She was a woman of beautiful character and had a large number of friends in Cloverport and elsewhere Try a little KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA utter your meals I See the effect it will produce on ydnr general feeling by digesting your food and helping your stomach to get itself into snape Many stomachs are overworked to the point where they refuse to go further Kodol digests your food and gives your stomach the test it needs while JUt reconstructive properties get the stomach into working order Kodol relieves flatulence sour stomach pal pitation of tbe heart belching etc Sold by Severs Drug Co Cloverport J N Free known all over the country as the Immortal J N died at the state hospital for insane at To ledo O- Western railroads decided to make a rate for farmhands of onethird the usual faro to points In Iowa and Kan sag from June 29 to July 10 Inclusive Frank Mooro was killed by lightning during a severe storm near Columbia City Ind Great damage to crops was done by wind wheat being blown dowm throughout the county Thomas iE Waggaman 69 of Wash ington DO former trasurerof the Catholic university who failed for over 4000000 about a year ago died near Annapolis Md of cancer of the face Matthew Fortner the preacher sailor from South Carolina was dishonorably discharged from the United States navy for desertion Fortuor stated that he will return to South Carolina to resume his studies for the ministry Board of health directed the owners of 37 slaughter houses in various sec lions Philadelphia to abandon their eltab1ahmoutart I t t I V k z CHURCH MEMBER I 42 YEARS Was Mrs Sallie Board Who Diedj At llardinsburg Last Tuesday 58 Years Old Hardlnsburg Ky July 10 +Mrs Sallie Board aged CS years died at I her home in this place on the morning of July 3 after a lingering illness The funeral occurred on the evening of the same day and was conducted from the M E church South The Rev Uabe S King conducted thf services in the presence of a large and sorrowing audience of relatives and friends wno had assembled to pay the last tribute of respect and love to the deceased Toe interment was in the city cemetery Mrs Board was born near Hardin burg July 18 1847 and la the daughter of Elijah Board and MaryI Compton Board when she as a mere child the family moved to this place where she lived until her death She was married to Wahen Board lice 20 1866 And to this union four cbilrden were horn of whom Amos and Ken neth survive For 42 sears she bad been a member ot the M E church and she lived a consistent Christian life dying a triumphant death Mrs Board was a very intellectual woman and was well read She was an eati able lady of a lovable character and disposition and in her death the community has suffered H great loss 2500 PEOPLE AT- HARDINSBURG July 4Red MenSold Out Everything and Cleared Big Sum Of Money Haridnsburg Ky July 10The tic nic given by the Red Men here on the Fourth was a great success A crowd estimated at from 2500 to 3000 peorle were on the grounds The day was perfect and there was net the slightest disturbance Everything wes sold out and a good round sun was cleared by the order Only a cold in the nead may be the beginning of an obstinate case of Nas al Catarrh Drive out the invader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up airpassages Price 60c If you prefer to use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm it has all the good qualities of the remedy in solid form and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely faros 65 Warren Street New York HEAVY ROBBERY Jewels and Silver Plate Taken From the Thaw Mansion PIttsburg June 27Whlle seeking Information of the ThaW family It waa learned that the home of Mrs Wllllara Thaw mother of Harry Thaw who Is charged with the murder of Stanford White in New York was robbed of Jewels and silver plate within the past few weeks the value of which Is said to amount to 60000 Tho matter was reported to the police but because of tho prominence of the family the inci dent was suppressed All the cities ot the country have been notified of the robbery and a description f the Jewels has been sent to the various police departments Earthquake In Wales Cardiff Wales June 28 Violent earth shocks were experienced throughout South Wales Houses rocked and many of the cheaper build jugs wore damaged Hundreds of chimneys fell pictures were shaken from walls occupants of dwellings woro thrown to tho ground and people fled from their houses shrieking in panic with visions of the San Francisco disaster before them Though there were many narrow escapes from falling chimneys and copings there were no casualties so far as known Earthquake shooks wore felt at Bris tol Ilfracombe and elsewhere ae companlod by loud rumblings I 0- Vw a KNIGHTS INSTALL r OFFICERS At Monday Nights MeetingII Lodge Has lOt Members and is In Vigorous Condition Breckenridge Lodge No 61 Knight- of Pythias ot this city installed Mona day night the following officers whoI were elected some time ago Marion Weathernolt Chancellor Commander Harry Hills Vice Chancellor Com i mandor Edmund Wroe Master of Works J R King Prelate Carl Lisbon Inner Guard Henry Gibbs Outer Guard Dr F L Libgtfoot Trustee- S P Conrad Trustee The following officers were not in stalled at this meeting but were held overC W Hamman Keeper of Records and Seals Chas May Sr Master of Finance Ed Whitehead Master of Ez hequer J E Veatherholt Master of Arms Fred May Trustee The local lodge has 104 members and is in an exceedingly vigorous con dition 3000 PEOPLE SPEND FOURTH Of July At Tar Springs and Nobl I I Pate is Running Over WithI Joy at His Big Success r I 3000 people spent the Fourth ot Jul at Tar Springs and Noble Pate is run ning over with joy at his big succesH in his big undertaking The crowd was orderly and no trouble has bee reported The success of this picnic serves to more fully demonstrate tbe fact that it pays to advertise in the News Mr Halliday nas the Springs in fine shape and everyone commented npoti the improvements Stenographers Wanted There is a great demand for competent stenographers You can secure a good poletion by attending the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky Address as above for catalog and particulars Walter Wellman leader of the Well man polar expedition arrived at Trondhjem Norway and will proceed to Tromsoe by steamer English works report the existent of a large inquiry for steel for Amer ica Fully 10000 tons were sold lat week for quick dispatch to America at a price equal to 2450 f n b Pulajane loaders Qulentln and Adva surrendered to Governor Osmena and a force of Philippine constabulary These wets the last of the men ar rayed against the authorities on the Island of Cebu A warrant charging forgery has been Issued against Edwin S GreenfieldI i late confidential clerk in the brokerage house of Harrison Enyder Co Phil adelphla now under 10000 ball 1i cused of embezzling upwards of 180 000 from that firm Following commanderies won prizes for drill work and general appearancn at Buffalo convention of Knights of 8t John First No 89 Columbus 0 secI ond No 117 Columbus 0 third No 104 Dayton 0 fourth No 39 Roches ter N Y flfthyrio 36 Cleveland O Lightning s0tck the home of John McDowell a farmer residing near Princeton lad killing his 12yearold son Arvllle who was in an upstaIr room and probably fatally injuring the father who was downstairs Plant of the Washington N J Manl ufacturing company was destroyed by firs William Cook watchman waa burned to death Loss 70000 Mrs Andrew China 50 colored Wall murdered at her home in Columbu 0 her head being almost severed Andrew J Taylor 44 recently ordered away from the house by the womans husband was arrested on suspicion Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland accepted an invitation to preside at the reception to William J Bryan IIn Madison Square Garden New York when Mr Bryan returns to this coun try NIAGARA FALLS AND TORONTO i Free Trip Will be Given Away at Ilardinsburg Masonic Picnic Aug 4t 1906 9The Masons have determined to give away a Free Trip to Niagara Falls nd Toronto Canada white includes passage apices Lake Ontario an several trolley tides to historical scenes This trip will be given in connection with the Big Masonic Picnic to be held at Hardinsburg Aug 4 1006 under the following conditions I Any lady over the age of sixteen eats may peter the contest and the one receiving the largest number of votes will be rawarded the trip II Tickets good for one dinner at the picintc may be sold by the canal dates for 25c which will entile the purchaser to cast 25 votes for any lady he may wish + III Special contest tickets will be also issued which will cost 25o each and which are good for 100 votes IV Candidates may enter the con test at any time from now on and it will close promptly at five o clock p m Aug 4 1000 Tickets of either kind may ne procured now but all unsold dinner ticKets must be returned not later than 0 oclock a m Ang 4 1006 V The vote each candidate receives will be kept strictly secret until the count is made by Morris H Beard John D Shaw and John T Hoben VII Candidates may procure tickets earlecandidate will be charged with the tickets received and credited by unsold tickets returned For ticKets and anv informatoin see or write Jno P Haswell Jr Hat insburg Ky yHARVARD Cieats Yale In a Great Race on the Thames River nNew London Conn June 29Har yards varsity triumphed over Yale before the greatest crowd that ever gath ered here on a race day and coming after years of defeat victory was sweet Indeed to the crimson It was a great Yale crew that Harvard lie fe ted a crew that had broken all records on the Thames in practice and went to the stake boat a favorite To Captain FIHey and Coach Wray the supporters of the crimson are offering the greatest tributes that over athletic heroes received Harvard won but Yale rowed a race that will live lone in the annals of college sports Not once from the start until the last six teenth of a mile did the shells cease te lap each other Harvard won the race by leas than two lengths and a half Her time was 23 minutes an1 two seconds Yales 23 minute 11 seconds While the crews had the tide with them they had a brisk quartering wind which made fast time Impossible The record for the course Is 20 mlnutea and 10 seconds made by the Yale crew 1 H DEMOCRATS Of Pennsylvania Nominate Ticket ant Adopt Platform r Harrisburg Pa June 2SThe i Democratic state convention nomI- nated 1 tho following ticket Governor Lewis Emery Jr of Bradford the Lln con party nominee Lieutenant cover nor Jere S Black of York auditor 1 general William T Creasy the Pro hlbltlon nominee secretary of internal affairs Jehn J Green of Philadelphia The platform deals entirely with state issues except on the plank which commends William J Bryan The con ventlon did not go on record In favor of Bryans nomination for president Emery was the choice of the delegates who favor fusion with the Lincoln party on a state ticket He was nen + nated on the first ballot Immlgratlen Kill Passed Washington June 26Under a rule limiting debate 6n all but two aectloM the socalled Immigration bill was d1a cussed for three hours In the house and passed without a yea and oar t vote being permitted on any of the paragraphs This bill attracted much attention the representatives haying large foreign colonies in their district i lining up generally against the head tax of tIi which was defeated and against the educational test After a very Interesting contest a substitute for the educational test providing that the whole matter ba submitted to a commission was adopted by a else vote The moat Important featwea et the bill wets thue eliminated and the kill was paastd without drvtitea h 1 i rte Tc The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY JUL 111906 fir Johnson and ftlr Dodson The News is in receipt of the follow I ing lletter from our friend Mr Ueoige W Dodson ot Frymira in regard to =als position concerning the lion Ben JohnsonTo Editor of the Breokenridge News and voters of this Congressional District i wish to say a word or two about the candidate the Democrats are running for Uonrgess Brother Babbage says that 1 ought to vote for him Now It matters not with me how Mr Johnson stands on temper ance He cays that it was Mr John sons belief that by not taxing the rec tifiers that it would bring more money to the State Well suppose it would it is plain to any one with one eye to sea that he stands on the side of the whiskey trusts He took his stand in the Senate last winter he was on the side of the trusts and moneyed class and against the pooter claw Let the rectifiers leave the State with their douoledistilled damlnu tion The laborers have it all to pay any huts Now how did Mr John son stand on the list of license Did he oppose them Did he oppose any of the appropriation bills Any voter who will read over the whole list undI then belly up to the poles and vote theI old ticKet ought to be chained to richII men like J D Rockfellor Caineige and the like and then have to lick the filth from their feet all the restI of thtlJ days Now kind voters you are asked to vote for a man who will home around and tell you that he isI your friend when Le is not One writI ter says that the saloon men are Mr Johnsons best friends Well if that is so be is your enemy because the Good Book says that you can not serve God and Mammon You must hate one and love the other Now which my local optionist will you support The saloon element or will you come out like men remember you are voting to send a man to Washington to make national laws wnich will be superior to your State laws and he will not loose sight of his friends Da you not see where it will run to Now he will tell you this tall that he has and will work far your interest Lot us look back when the last legislature aa journed there was a call for an extra session which costs the taxpayers 15000 And this same Mr Johnson was one of tha main ones that caused it but that was alright as it put some more money in his pockets and it does not matter you poor no account tax payers for that is what you are made for to work and stave to add more to the pockets ot the aristocrats Mr Johnson was a Hopper when the recti tiers bill name np at the extra session He saw that it was going to pass any how and he voted tor it and teat was alright Be will go on the stump and point to hIs vote for the tax bill auu hoodwink yon into voting for Dim The whiskey interest will vote for him and therefore be will be elected But if yon will vote like men got from under the party lash be independent and vote for wife und children wb6nI you come to that conclusion then Mr Johnson can stay at home Now kind voters I nave detained you longer than I ought to but when I look at the past and hear men say that they will vote for a yellow dog because he is on my ticket You will tear their hair and hollow until you are hoarse the very men you are doing it tor if ouJJ or your child wore to go their fine mansions hungry and ask a bite to oat you would be kicked off of the premises by a hired servant and yet you can not give up your party Ohii no stick to it until you blead to deathIn conclusion let me say that I am a Democrat of the Jefleraonlan type was born a Democrat and raised one but not the Johnson kind I wish J sometime that I was a Demosthnes orII Socrates so that 1 could get the voting class to see their own interest When yon have a mans past history and then go and vote for him it is enough j to cause a buzzard to get sickII If this does not get into the waste basket you will hear from me again As brother Babbago is so ted hot tor Mr Johnson he he may not publish this Mr Babbago I am astonished at j you so strong a local option 1st andII J claiming to be a fttend to tne tax payers holding np for a + man like Ben Johnson Geo W Dodson Frymlre Ky In publishing this letter from Mr Geo W Dodson criticising the vote of Mr Ben Johnson upon the proposi tion to tax rectifiers of whiskey and also criticising the News for support ing Mr Johnson we have but to say that Mr Dodscu seems not to know teat the question was not To tax or not to tax the rectifiers but was solely a question as how to most cer tainly tax them There was not a member of either branch legislature who ever showed the lightest disposi tion not to tax them The question was never and can not be one of in terest to the temperance cause was so regarded oy all and the vote shows that democrats republicans whiskey men and temperance men mixed up and voted as they thought best One plan was to compel the rectifiers to pay a graded license annual tax ranging between f250 a year for the small houses and 3500 a year for the larger ones The other plan was to compel them to pay a tax of one and a quarter cents upon each gallon recti tied The only question was which plan would bring the larger amount of revenue During the preceeding year as shown by tne boons of the Federal Government there were ten millions of gallons rectified in Kentucky Unaer the tax of a cent and a quarter a gallon the revenue would be f125 000 In Kentucky there were then seventyone rectifiers under the graded license tax ranging between 25000 and 850000 the revenue would a mount to 17500000 and the rectifiers big and little signified their willing ness to pay it Whereas they est pecially tee larger ones said they could not as a business proposition afford to pay it prefering to leave the State Of the sveentv one rectifiers in the State sixtynine had their plants located within a quarter of a mile ot the State line Of the remain lug two one is located at Frankfort and the other at Lexington A rectifi ers plant is notning whatever liaa a distillery It consists only of a tank into which wniskies of different ages spirits coloring matters and such other ingredients as they use are empt ied and mixed Then this aixture is drawn oft put into barrels and bottles and sold It would be expensive to move a distillery but it is not expen sive to move a rectifiers plant Or toe ten millions gallons rectified in KentucKY laat year more than half was made by five or six men If a few of these larget ones leave the State leaving only the smaller ones the gal lion tax will not amount to as much as the graded license tax Already Walsh Co ot Covington have gone to LawrenceDurg Ind It is stated that tne tax of this one concern under the gallon tax would amount to over thlty thousand dollars a year in Ken tacky ana to less than 3uO a year in Indiana Thus the ditfeineco in ten years to this one concern alone would moreIconre be moved and now pays Ken tae ky no taxes at all wlille his whiskey is coming back across the State line and scattered over our State just as unrestricted as if rectified and taxed in this State If only two or three others of the larger ones move the revenue derived under the gallon tax will be less than that which would have been gathered if the graded license tax had been adopted The editor of the News had made up his mind to support Mr Johnson without inquiry He is pretectly satis factory to the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky and a letter to Dr G W Young Supt of the Kentnkoy Legane will verify this statement Dr Youngs address IS Louisville Ky Rev Charles Anderson pastor of the Baptist Church at Bardstown who in augurated the local option fight in Nelson County gives Mr Johnson a first class bill of health upon the whisky question If these men are for him the editor of the News and all other temperance people can attord to be Further the editor of the News does not believe Mr Johnson would be identified with the trusts He is too good a man for that At his home the por people are his most enthusiastic I friends Say a word against Ben Johnson and von offend every poor man who knows nim A lard Lot of troubles to contend with spring f tom a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kingss Now Life Pills the pleasantest and most effective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and tone up the system 25c at Severs Drag Co UloverportHERDS A- WITTY LETTER f From Rev Lewis Telling About The Baptist Methodist and Presbyterian Churches Bro Editor Permit me to sayI through your good paporIThat at the close of our first years cork in the town of Cloverport withII the Baptist church we find many reasons tor gratitude toward the people of the town and the flock over which we have tried to act as sheph erd As to the people of tne town the welcome given on our arrival has continued all the year We were kind ly received and this growth seems to have produced mutual regard and friendship for which we ureprofoundly thankful to the church which we trust the Lord called us to be the overseer for at time we were received as a shepherd come to lead and feed a flock for the Lord The welcome was I modest and sweet to the leader Jhejj opening relation has developed all through the year until toe sheep and tbeIlambs are alike precious I to the Shepherd Xbere may be some goats in the HOCK usually are In mostII large churches but the tmo of separa tion will come and the Master who knows the heart will attend to them Matt 253133- We find that the year has been pros perous The auditions tor the year I have been 32 The response to tne mission call hRS been reasonably liberal Our home the parsonage has been made more than comfortable- A large back porch built and every room neatly and handsomely papered until we feel at home in the home you have provided for osand rightI here Brotbern give me time to takeoff my hat to the women of the church and say to the brethren ofI toe church with my hat offhelp those women which labored with me in the gospelPhil 4 8tor their hands and hearts have helped me no little to be your pastor And may heavens blessing rest upon the aged and Infirmed ones for they have been a blessing to ns pastors My book shows that the financial obligations of the church toward their pastor have been promptly tnetlmontb by month if one month tell behind the next made it up The year closed June 24 on toe 25 all that was dui the pastor was handed in for which he is truly gratefulWe the second years work with bright prospects A vigorous movement is now under headway to put u new roof on onr church house with otner repairs costing about 300 and by the way Bro Editor we church people are working the town toII the IJmitat least some folks look that way when we present our papers ta be signed But let me say to the sufferers that it is all lor a good pur poseThe Methodist are peoaring tor bet ter music The Baptistto keep dry we have a baptistry under the floor we want to hold out faithful regardless ofI the Open Saloon The Presbyterian want to keep warm this winter So you see there ate good prospects for all contributes to be benefited If you need music you know whore tostopIf need protection fromsprink ling the Batplst will welcome you in their well covered house nnder which you may find much water If you get cold you know where to get warm without being warmed np At the Methodist church If any one cets besides themselves there is a possibility of getting Curried down At the Baptist church If anyone gets very anxious they might have to pass through deep waters At tho Presbyterian church It one should get very seriousare likely to be handled Gravely- So I feel that the prospects are bright and the outlook Is hopeful for us all in our churches and town May heavenly blessings rest upon us and His Spirit guide us to do His Holy will during the coining year J T Lewis HAS STOOD THBTBST 25 YEARS Tho old original GROVES Tasteless Ohll Tonic You know what you Bro taking IC III Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No euro no pay 5Oc S DELEGATES SELECT D To Congressional Republican Dis trict Convention July 10 at Hodgenville Harainsburg KyJnne 3Hpecil At the county convention held here last Monday called for the purpose of selecting delegates to the congreslonal District convention to be held on Tuesday July 10 1000 at Hodgens Title Kentucky the following dole gates ver selected Sanford DeHaven Nolle Ashley Roscoe Laslle W H Piles Robt Polk Dr J E Kinche loo B H Wilson R M Jolly Richard Cart R A Smith U D Shellman A R Kincheole Jno P Haswell Jr J R Eskridge John M Butler John Tucker Elijah Moor man John D Aldrldne Milt Whit worth J G Brodie Hollis llraueJ C Miller Wm Ahl and Charles Blan ford Mr John P Haswell Jr sue geated to the convention that the dele gates be instructed tor Hon W S Proctor of Leltchfleld the only an nounced candidate for the nomination for Congress but the convention deemt ed it beat to send the delegates unin structed GDShellman the county chairman presided over the convention A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted a leak in the great North Sea dyke which a childs finger could have stop ped to become a minions break de vastating anenttre province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Molver of Vanceboro Me permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery He writes Three doctors gave me np to die of lung in flammation caused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Disovery saved mylife Guaranteed best cough and cold cure at Severs Drug store f 0c and 100 Trial bottle tree riCQUADY Held from last week the infant child of G A Wright who has been SICK for some time is convalescent Rev Dan Shacklette tilled his regu lar appointment here last Saturday and Sunday Misses Louise Beeler and Lizzie Rhodes of Kirk spent Saturday after noon with Mrs Dr Sandbacb Henry Burden was in Cloverport several days last week having repairs molded for his thresher Mrs Luther Wilson and chldren of Irvington are the guests of Mrs W D Wilson this week Joe Fronn will soon move his sawmill from here to Arkansas where be will go to out lumbar Mrs J D Potts and daughter Myldred spent last Thursday with Mrs Jce Dyomette Does evil still your whole life Hill Does woe betide K Your thoughts abide on suicide You need a pill I Now for prose and fauta DeWitta Little Early Risera are the most plea sant and reliable pills known today They uever gripe Sold by Severs Drug 0 Cloverport Lime per carrel 060 cement per banal 190Uoverport Planning Mill Mrs H W Wendelkin and daughter Miss Verlie and son Qeorae left Sun day for Mariette Ooio for a months visit to relatives She Tried Five Doctors Mrs FranCIs L Sales of Missouri Valley Ia writes I have been afflicted with kindney trouble five years had severe pains in my bacK and a frequent desire to urinate When riding I experienced much pain over the region of the kidneys I tried live physicians without benefit and then concluded to try Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three lM bottles was completely cured Sold by A R Fisher LABORS FINISHED Conference of tho National Committee of the Peoples Party St Louis June 29Tho national committee of tho Peoples party as sembled here In annual conference upon the call of Chairman James H Ferris of Joliet Ill concluded Its la bors and adjourned sine die The work accomplished consisted principally In the adoption of a resolution 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j NORTH CAROLINA Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKYYAND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY Y A natural paradise whore human ills find t quick reliefreached direct by the II Southern ilwav 4 1 Asheville is located on a superb eldvated pTat u7 Nestx k point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea l JSituated jn the most favored portion of the temperate zono f The official Government record of the climate of WestorneNorth Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the T following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 Pj S Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for the i b whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65r i r per cent For land ofthe sky booklet summer resort folder etc send i in 2cent stamp to in th CH HUNGERFORD i fa District Passenger Agent LOUISVillE KYr c m J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY 1IJ F I GEO B ALLEN Ass t Gen Pass Agt ST MNil rff i- t1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIri a b I ta f al fla it tThe Breckenridge News 1 r WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1000 t HAPPENINGStrw RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES I feven Jurors Secured In the Trial of Judge Hargls Confession That I SensatlonPrcminenHorsemans t 1 y yBbattyv111e Ky July 7Whent ttcourt adjourned sev n more hMf n I secured In tho Hargis trial Tho t prosecution gave notice that It woul 1 insist on a continuance unless T C c Lewis an Important witness shout t be on hand to testify when called I Lewis seat word to the court that ho Z would appear Monday but the prose cution produced returns to show thn- t o he has been avoiding service for som- p time x xBcattyvlllo Ky July 4A sensa 1ton was caused here at the trial of i former Judge Hargls and former I countyIr s Marcum Asbury Spicer it was an nounced had made a confession 1im plicating tho two chief defendants SpIcerwasi said that a few minutes before tho kill Inghe was sent by Jim Hargis to got J Tom White and was later dispatched by Ed Callahan to get Curtis Jett A few minutes later while Spicer was In l lt the HargIs store two shots rang out and Marcum fell dead in the front door 14of the courthouse Spicer said that ho 1 was offered f500 to kill Marcum The 1 Jolrer he said was made a few days ttbefore Marcum was killed Spicer said t he had refused to kill Marcum and I1that he had also refused previously to kill Jim Cockrell 6 Beattyvllle Ky July 6 ArchibaldI 1Crawford one of the special elisors sent out by Judge Dorsey to securo missing witnesses in the trial of former iL Judgo Hargis and others on thoI charge of murdering J B Marcum returned with five witnesses Among them Is John White a brother of TomI White who is serving a life sentence at Frankfort for the murder ot Mar ib Cum 1r Was a Prominent Breeder Lexington Ky July 2Charles F McMeekin who was killed in tho rail I fway wreck at Salisbury England was 1II thoroughbredIq I ot Kentucky He was a member of tho 1j firm of Applegato and McMeekin own r1 i r ers ot the Oakwood stud Lexington i ft J The most famous recent product of stud Is the horse Go Between 1- frthist vhlch on June 21 won the rich Subur- banIIf handicap at the Sheepshead Bay J race track of the Coney Island Jockey 1 rCiub Mr McMeekin was president of the National Horse Breeders associ st atlon and director of the Kentucky s Trotting Horse Breeders association ifHej was the owner of Fonso Haydeu Wards St Florian and i brook and had a half interest wit Jack McDonald In Imported Wools thorpe Mry McMeekin had accom panted John McDonald aboard Signing Coal Scale s 3Ofleialififth Ohio sub dlstrict whicha Also the West Virginia panhandle met here and received tho signatures of a number of eastern Ohio coal com panics to the Winder 1903 scale re cently agreed to at Columbus Includ- Ing the Gaylord Coal company of Gay lord Ohio 150 men Lolllard Coal company 100 men The Morris Post I 1 Companys mines on the Wheeling and Lake Erie employing 250 men willp resume under the Columbus agreement and Troll Brothers ot St Clalrs I f villo largo operators will do likewise wJThe Empire Coal company of Bellalre notified President WatkIns that it would resume at once and sign the I scale 4 4fI Women as Well as Menr If Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble fFF s Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls and lessens ambition1 courages beauty vigor druggists I one sample by cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or trouble has become so prevalent 1 1that it is not uncommon child bea to afflicted weak neys If the child I ates too Iff V urine scalds the flesh or if when the child I reaches an age when It should be able to v control the passage it is yet afflicted with depend upon It the cause of t1i the difficulty is kidney trouble the rt step should be towards the treatmedt of TtgxhpEasantatcg 4 kidnifsirito d as I t people suppose I r Women as well as men are made mis enable with kidney and bladder trouble i remedyThef Swamp Root Is soon realized It Is sold by in fifty cent and dollar 1 sizes You may have a I bottle mall and diseasedKidney with often bornI Ibedwetting and first rrndition t free also pamphlet tell none of BrapRins all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received tfrom sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer it kkCo Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper f Dont make any mistake but remember the HHWf lJwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swam rl ootyiind the address Binghamton NY ic OR y bottle r jt r- lr R r BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN M Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column Mrs Thaw mother of Harry K Thaw sailed for home from Dover EnglandRev P L Mercer pastor of thv Church of New Jerusalem died of heart disease at his homo in Cin cinnati 0 ofdlIcK Twombly the New York capl swimmingdBig Squaw Loire Holderness N H William Kostenbader 56 foreman of PennsylvaniaImesI onear Woos tor 0 and Instantly killed Colonel W W Lumpkln has with drawn from the South Carolina race for United States senator This leaves the field clear for Senator Tllmans electionAt reoII St Louis Iii Mrs Maud Deasso shot her husband Peter I Deasso twice through the head mor tally wounding him because she declared he had threatened to kill her with a hatchett Professor Henry A Ward of Chicago the well known naturalist wasI struck by an automobile at Buffalo andI killedMolders I and coremnkers In the job and machine foundries of Columbus I 0 are on strike for an increase o t wages I I At Corinth Miss a portion of theI I plant ot the Adams Machine I was destroyed by fire entailing a estimated at 150000 IossIiI I William Lee colored was convictedl Iff the circuit court ot Baltimore of criminal assault on two white Women In Somerset county and sentenced toII be hanged I Sllsbee mill of the Kirby Lumber company with the yards containing 5 000000 feet of lumber and numerous dwellings at Beaumont Texas weret destroyed by fireIAddressing a Texas audience Son ntor Joseph W Bailey declared hisI desire and belief that W J Bryan will be nominated for and elected to the presidency of United States in 1908 Secretary Wilson of the departments agriculture will soon begin a thorough Inspection of the Chicago pack Ing houses W C Miller 40 of Hazel Grove Ark died suddenly on an electric car vrhlle enroute to Redlands from San Bernardino Cal1 Hurled 20 feet upward into the branches of a tree by the bursting of a cannon Edward Guthrle of Memphis Tenn was instantly killed C H Thompson 45 a prominent English merchant of Hong Kong died on board the Mongolia on her passage home shortly after leaving Yokohama His body was burled at sea fromhMarseilles for New York and for whose safety considerable anxiety was felt arrived in Bermuda in tow The Americas machinery was disabled Next chairman of the interstate commerce commission will probably ofecourtsand exattorney general of Porto Rico By a premature explosion In a mine at Keystone W Va three men were killed qutright and a number are still missing Bud Meadows Ed Howard and Will Mahon were found dead Judgment for 40000 was entered at Altoona Pa In favor of Charles L Greek an Altoona contractor against the Pennsylvania Railroad company which Greek sued for Illegal car dis criminations The great church of St Michael at Hamburg was totally destroyed by fire The tower in falling crushed several neighboring houses and they caught fire Four workmen who were repairing the church were killed Splicers and linemen to the number of 1000 comprising the entire force of the Bell Telephone company In eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey and Delaware are on strike for more pay and shorter hours Missouri supreme court overruled a motion to transfer the case of Mrs Aggie Myers to the court en bane for hearing Her fate Is now in the handsi of the governor She and Frank Hott man were convicted of murdering her husband and sentenced to be hanged Enrique Cortez was named Colom bian minister to the United States to succeed Diogo Mendoza After being Imprisoned six days 111I the flooded Caradocvalo colliery In Wales two miners of the six originally Imprisoned were rescued alive Six firemen were injured by an ex plosion of fireworks In the wholesale cigar and confectionery establishment of J Kraus Sons Cleveland O Plant of the United States Gypsum company In Ottawa county Ohio was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 1150000 and thorwlng 150 men out of employment In attempting to get out of tho way of a freight train about a mile north of Orange Va two negro women and two negro girls were killed by a Southern passenger train At Philadelphia thirteen Ice manu facturers upon whom warrants were served last week charging them with conspiracy to raise the price of Ice waived a hearing and were held in 115000 each to answer in court aplouthbound Hocking Valley freight at Findlay 0 and Instantly killed i 2 El r- II OPERATION AVOHDEDE- XPERIENCEOFMISS j MERKLEY I She Was Told That an Operation Was Inevitable How She Escaped It When a physician tells a woman suf fering with serious feminine trouble that un operation is necessary the very operatlllgtable comingfor I IIJMfr af JLlerkley C eases where an operation Is the only resource but when one con riders the great number of cases o menacing female troubles cured by Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Corn pound after physicians have advised operations no woman should submit t VegetableiCompound Lynn Mass for advice which is free Miss Merkley of 275 Third writesfIDear Mrs Pinkham nervousnesssorgans compelleaItrouble and ulceration and advised an opera tion To this I strongly objected and decided to try Lydia E Plnkham s Vegetable Com pound The ulceration quickly healed all amIincrease among women If the month ly periods are very painful or too fre quent and excessive if you have pain or swelling low down in the left side bearing down pains dont neglectyour self try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound From Gambling to Murder Dluefleld W Va July GSamuel Fnrloway a night watchman for the Pike colliery company and John Raw son and Bert Jones engaged in a fight over a gambling game at Matewatf Farloway was badly beaten and left for dead He revived secured a rifle and started In pursuit of his assail ants lIe arrived at some camp cars on a siding a mile east and saw two men standing in a car door Taking them to be Rawson and Jones he opened fire shooting Armster Taylor and Harry Hoskins negro laborers engaged in track work Hoskins died almost Instantly Taylor was shot through the neck ahd will die Farlo way Is in jail Dynamite Explosion Knoxville Tenn July 2Detallll ot- a dynamite explosion in camp No2 of the Walton Construction company which is building a line of railroad for the Virginia and Southwestern road have been received here A largo blast exploded prematurely killing three men and injuring five others Ben S Howell ot Churchill Tenn is among the dead The accident occurred near Kingsport Three Miners Killed Bluefield W Va July 7Three Italians were killed by tailing slate In the mine at Coopers Mercer county West Virginia The mine boss and his assistant were seriously injured while several other mine employes were slightly hurt The name of the vic tams are not obtainable Pardoned by President Portland Ore July 7Former Judge A B Tanner who committed perjury in order to shield his law partner the late United States Son ator John H Mitchell has been par doned by the president YourWants WantsSupplied IWe arc fully prepared to supptyjyour wants for any thing in our line with entire satisfaction Repair worlds one of our specialties Jewelry watches or any- thingi that can be repaired you can depend on us to do I it right 1HVo respectfully solicit your patronage j e T C LEWIS I IIARDINSBURG KY SONII YY- i 18 E r J i o i THAWNESBIT i Only Marriage Ceremony Was the One Performed In Plttsburg New York July 6Judge Olcott of counsel for Harry Thaw said that Mrs Thaws statement ot several days ago in which she declared that she and Thaw were married In Europe and that the ceremony in Plttsburg was performed solely upon the request of Thaws mother was made under a misapprehension Ho said that tho con fusion arose through Mrs Thaw misunderstanding a Question on the tele phone and that as a matter of fact the Thaws never were married In Europe The first and only marriage ceremony was the one performed at Plttsburg Roger OMara former su perintendent of police of PIttsburg who had been summoned here by counsel for Thaw had a conference with Judge Olcott Mrs Thaw was present during part of the interview and had a talk with OMara The de tective will Immediately start west In charge of a corps of men to gather all possible Information that will help i Thaw to gain his freedom SEVEN CREMATED j Mother and Children Perish In Fire That Destroys Home Lafayette tad July 7Mrs Solo mon Gobba and her six children were destroyedfhero Solomon Gobba the father and husband wits badly burned but will recover The dead Mrs agedo1 Freeman aged 12 Guy aged 10 Marquis aged 8 Edith aged 5 Brooks aged 2 The flro originated from the kitchen stove The father was called out and on going into tho back yard discovered the kitchen in flames He awakened his wife and together they rushed up the stairs to rescue the children who were sleeping In an upper room Both were over come by smoke Gobba managed to stagger to the window and in an ef fort to break It open fell through to the ground below sustaining painful injuries while the mother and six children perished in the flames ELEVEN MINERS KILLED Struck by Runaway Car Started by Unknown Persons Altoona Pa July 4Eleven men returning from Portage to Puritan both mining towns were killed on the Martins branch a spur running from Portage to Puritan a distance of four miles by a runaway car which had been started down the steop mountain grade by some unknown persons The miners had been to Portage and wero returning to their homes When the car was finally stopped near Portage It was seen that the wheels were covered with blood and shreds of clothing I and an Investigation disclosed the bodies of tho men lying along the track Some of the bodies were n half mile apart Not more than two bodies were found In any one spot The rail road track Is generally traversed by people going from Portage to Puritan Cars never run over the line after nightfall Roosevelt Will Not Preside Oyster Buy N Y July 6 President Roosevelt will not preside at the re caption the Commercial Travelers AntiTrust league Is to tender William J Bryan at Madison Square Garden New York August 19 on Mr Bryans return The letter of William Hoge president of the league Inviting Presi dent Roosevelt to officiate and ex pressing the nonpartisan character ot the organization and Its belief that the president is as much an enemy of the trusts as Mr Bryan was received and answered by Secretary Loeb The president had determined some time ago to refuse all proffered engagements during the summer and Secretary Loeb needed no further consulta tion In sending a declination Action Against Hotel Companies Paoli Ind July 4The state of Indiana acting through Attorney Gen eral Charles Miller on instructions from Governor Hanly filed quo war ranto proceedings in the Orange county circuit court against the French Lick Springs Hotel Company and the West Badon Hotel Company asking that their charters as corpora tions be revoked that they be en Joined from permitting gambling on their property that receivers be ap pointed and that administration of the assets be made among the defendants and their creditors The suits are based on the charges that tho hotel companies havo violated their charter by allowing gambling to take place In the casinos To Rebuild the Church Hamburg July 5Tho senate of Hamburg has determined to rebuild the church of St Michael destroyed by fire The first subscription 250 was cabled from New York by Her mann Stachow Large contributions from rich merchants have already been promised Among tho historic me morials destroyed with the were the flags of the Hnnseatlc churchII carried during the war of ot 1813 Woman Kills Boarder Cleveland 0 July 5Mrs Frod Bloat keeper of a boarding house shot and instantly killed George Clark in the back yard of her house CTark was one ot her boarders Mrs Sloat is be ing held pending an Investigation She says she killed Clark while aiming at a target at which sho and Clark and others were shooting Family of Eight Drowned Durango Col July 3 Leonard Boat his wife and six children wero drowned while attempting to ford the Animas river near Cedar Hill New Mexico e ti- i 1JlN HlPSTER HuntingWinchester mountainsIntypes cartridges to meet the requirements of all kinds of shooting and can always pulledWinchesterForourlarrefurtrafedcatalorueWINCHESTER 125Round Trip t- olEvanvillct HendersonOtrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrtrrrrr uot Owensboro and return via the 11 I HENDERSONROUTE Sunday July 15 Ottrrrrt+ tensrrrrvKr rrrrrrrN Special train leaves Cloverport 1010 A 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couqtry and for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A1 Coilon Bell Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky r t I 8RECKENR1DGE NEWS 1 4NO D and V BABBA3K BIIten and Proprietors 1 leaned Every Wednesday Babecriptlon Price 100 a year or 1LW if paid at the end of year e CARDS OF THANKS over tin lines charged it at the rate of 10 cents per line WE OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 taU per line Money In advance Mr Kzamlnn the label on your paper If it Is Rot correct nlease notify as rhe When ordering a change In the Relies ldaubecrtbers should give their old as DI I pTWELVE PAGES hn II WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1906 ew For Congress IstfliON BEN JOHNSON bot Irei In reviewing the history of the Hank late of Hardlnsbnrg it is interesting to alrlnotet the rapid and substantial growth ol this institution Sixteen years ago bobin 1800 with a paid up capital of I1n 5 f35000 the Bank of Hardinsburg so opened its doors for business From f tbe start it hRS declared a semi an ti nual dividend of 4 per cent which has meant to its stock holders in six v teen years 50000 In 1810 this banK had less than 100000 deposit today it bas 250000 in deposits or- an increase of 150000 in ten years i which is a very creditable showing for any bank Taking into comsdera tiou the fact that there are 8 banks to day in the county of Breckenridge and the tact that all of these have drawn more or less bnisness from the Bank of Hurdinsbnrg it makes this increase of a 150000 in deposits in ten years re flect more than an usual amount of credit upon the institutions manage ment In one day this bank has had deposited 80000 and on their books are depositors from mote than half the States ot the Union Recently the bank has broadened its scope by taking on the duties and responsibilities of a trust company and it is now the Bank of Harilinsbnrg and Trust Company with a capital stock of 50000 The fact that Brecn j InstltnItionI I otner strong banking institutions is enough to spur our home pride up a little It is gratifying to many to note that the splendid growth of tbe Bunk of Hardinsbnrg has ome to pass un der the direction of no other person than Morris H Beard a man of un questionable integrity and honesty o purpose He attributes this successI in a great part to advertising Fresh From Canada More Babbagefl have been heard from away up in Canada In a recent letter they chipped in a little Canad ian philospby It may work in Clover port so here it is Laugh and ihe world laughs with you fIISnore and you sleep alone Speculation is a disease Investment is a business toIIf you dont live within your in come Yon may have to live without ItII The only way to hear the band is t I keep up with the processionI MARRIED AT HAWESVILLE Miss Allie Hay nes of Hawesville andMr Hovious Deb en of this city were mairied at Haweville last TUES thaw Tney lett immediately for Mac kanao Island Miobicau and will re turn to this city this week to live Miss Haynes is n popular Haweavill- young lady ana the daughter of Mr Ben Haynes Mr Behen is the so of Mr and Mrs Marion Behen and valuable employe of the Henderson Route at this place Irvington and Rhodella baseball teams will cross bats Saturday at 330 on Irvln ton s diamon d Piggott and Biggs will pitch for Irvington I promisedIrvingtont Khodelia claims to have a few surprises I in store for them Help Help Im Falling Thus cried the hair And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor The hair was saved This was becauseII Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hairmedicine Falling hair is caused by a germ and this I medicine completely destroysjj these germs Then the healthy scalp gives rich healthy hairII The beat kind of a testimonialU Sold for over sixty years Made br J O Ayer Co Lowell Zffus Alto nunuftoturert of SARSAPARILLAqeTS JLUjJ n t or MATTINGLY Rev Gco Jones of Pellville filled his appointment at thisI church Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C B Pate came out from Cloverport Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Alf Hawkins Mrs George Poephlina andl children of Owensboro who haveI been hero fqr the past week visit ing her sister Mrs Joe Welch have returned home Mr and Mrs William Smith came out from Cloverport Sunday to visit relatives Mrs Sarah Taul who has been visiting hero for some time has re turned to Wynokii Okla Mrs Will Mason of Pisgah and Mrs Tom Mason of Evans ville were here last Friday visit ing their aunt Mrs Samuel Taul Mrs James Taul of Evansville who has been visiting relatives here has gone to Cloverport to visitGet ready for the picnic the 28thI to be given by the school trustees for the benefit of the school Mrs Joe Allen and children of Cloverport who have been on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Muffett for four weeks have returned home Mr and Mrs Clint Frank have returned to their homes in Evans villo Mrs Sarah Frank Mrs Nancy Taul Mrs Tilithia Keenan Mrs Ada Frank made a beautiful American flag containing 49 stars including one for the new state of Oklahoma They hoisted it on the Fourth Union Sunday school evcrySun day at 2 oclock all invited TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IWOMO Quinine Tablets DruirsKtK rfund root ey If It fulls to cure E W MOVES signature Is on sac libox Sac PATESVILLE Held from last week Several from here attended the icecream supper at Dukes Satur day evenig given by Messrs lIo CahalfMrs Walter Jarboe returne from Horse Branch Sunday where she has been spending some time r the guest of her mother Mrs W L Laulacc Mr and Mrs Marion Campbell and children spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs R J Tindle Dukes Misses Mollie and Nellie Fawvor and brother William who have been visiting friends and relative- for several months at Corydon Itto diana returned home Friday ac companied by one of their cousins JMr Lawrence Thevenot of De pauw Ind c READ THIS Hopkinsvllle Ky June 7 1901 Dr K W Hall St Louie Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls ireat Discovery for tbe past three years and from expert Vekidney and bladder remedy of super meritsnreeectfallya D A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes J gravel cares diabetes semianal emissions wear and lame backs rhenmatismand all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men andI women reglates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggis- tsGARRETT Among the sick at this place are Mrs John Ritchie Mrs Wm Ritchie and Miss Eula Bunger Friendsandrelatives gathered at Mr Charles Ritchies Sunday- to the unmber of 51 in honor of Joe and Sam Bunger Dinner wa served upon the ground and the crowdspent a delightful day Children like Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar The pleasantest and best opnga syrup to take because it contains no opiates Sold by SeverI Drug Co Cloverport rs J t- I l Statement of Condition of t4y1 THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG AND TRUST CO HARDINGSBURG Ky I l At Close of Business June 30th 1906 Resources I Liabilities v Notes and Bills t 20753478 Capital Stock 5000000 Cash in Safe and other Banks 7108551 Surplus and Undivided Profits 273072 e Stocks and Bonds t 2270272 Deposits 24952908 Banking House and Lot 180000 Dividend No 32 due July 1 1906 at 3 per cent 150000 Other Real Estate y 23679 Total 30375980 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 Very Respectfully Total 30375980 M H BEARD Cashier OFFICERS B F BEARD President M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS LAFAYETTE GREEN C Vio ROBERTSON MORRIS ESKRIDGE G W BEARD DR AIi I INCITELOEl D S RICHARDSON B F BEARDy The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company presents this its first statement under its new name and charter It is thoroughly equipped to handle every kind of banking business act as executor administrator trustee guardian and in every fiduciary capacity It calls attention to the unusnal strength in the make up of its directorate to its ample resources and to its very safe andtconservative manner of conducting business as indicated by the figures in this statement It trusts these features will appeal to you and that you will favor it with such deposit and trust business as you may control m ANIDE- ALVACATION TRIPL1 TO YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 6t DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip considerd Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write J H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville nfPfriUVjrMJ STEPHENSPORT familysIrvington were guests of Mr Bar bee Sunday Furniture wheelbarrows plows buggies and harness and gearing ana saddles lime and salt that we want to sell and must sell at very low prices Come onecome all come quick and get a bargain Geo McCnbbinH Mrs Nova Lenning and child ren are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Roland Smith Miss Emma Rusor Toronto Canada is the guest of her aunt Mrs Anna Crawford Mrs E Blaine was in Hawes yule last week We have a good buggy guaranteed fIrst claw at 40Ueo Mcubbins ft Miss Lena Payne attended the street fair at Hawesville last week Mrs Fannie Brashear who has been visiting her sister Mrs G W Payne has returned to her home in Kansas A full line of sample shoes to be sold at wholesale prices Geo McCnbbins Mr Munyon has the contract for painting the school house It will be painted in side and out new shutters put up andR new roof We ought to be very proud of our board of trustees They have paid off the debt that has been hanging for years on the building and have put down a fine well Johnnie Jarrett left last week for Arkansas where he has a posi tion in a bank Miss Mary Bassham is in Har- I dinsburgQuite number from hero went on the excursion Sunday Mrs Schopp sister and child ren who have been visiting her have returned to their home in Cincinnati Ohio E- er 4 A good road wagon Henderson make All parts guaranteed ttio Goo McCubbins We have just bought two lines of drummers samples of hosiery unde- wear laces embroidery suspenders neckwear and all kinds of notions These goods will be sold at wholesale prices Geo McCnbbins Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is the original laxative cough syrup and combines the qualities necessary to relieve the cough and purge the system of cold Contains no opiates Sold by Severs Drug Co Cloverport ADPISON The Ice Cream supper for the benefit of Holt Chapel was a suc cess and the repairing and paper ing of the church will begin at onceMrs W B Lewis has returne from a visit to Louisville Wm B Long who spent a week with his mother has return ed to Louisville to accept a posi tion with the Postal Telegraph CompanyMiss Maria C Watkins of Owensboro is visiting friends at Holt Mrs L D Addison of Louis ville is spending the summer a her country home hero Miss Bessie Mitchol who has been visiting friends in Louisville has returned home Dr D E Youtsler spent Sun day hero with friends QMr D S Burks has one ofA the finest corn crops in the county The farmers of this section have nothing to complain of plenty rain and sunshine We are expecting to have a great revival at Holt Chapel the first of August conducted by Brother Lewis BANKRUPT SALE i In the District Court of the United States of the Western Dirtrict of Kentucky Owensboro Division- In 1 the Matter of 1 William E Brown V In Bankruptcy Bankrupt J Pursuant to an order of court as trustee of the estate of above named bankrupt I will on X Tuesday July 10 1906 at 10 oclock a m sell the property of said bankrupt at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash the sale to be made at Irvington Ky the personal property to be sold on the premises where it now is at the store house 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 s ore 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 into 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 ac cepted Said real estate consists of three parcels of property A dwelling house and lot containing about two acres and lying on the South side of Caroine street in Irvington Kentucky and on the West side of the Bewleyville 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 lG on plat of the town of Irvington Kentucky sarpe having a front 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 town of Irvington Ky fronting 40 feet on 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- ping the same upon which is located the store house and other improvement former 250000rSaid 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 property before day of sale MORRIS H BEARDTrustee Hardinsburg Ky On kj BANKRUPT SALE S t In the District Court of the United Stages for the Western District of Kentuckys11 Owensboro Division v V In the Matter of x William H Doran In Bankruptcy Bankrupt brnkrupt1dThursday July 12 1906 at 10 oclock a me i sell the property of said bankrupt at public auction to the highest and best bidder propertyyto K X above bankrupt each lot of real estate to be sold at its location B Said personal property consists of a stock of general merchandise and store furni ture located at the store house formerly occupied by the bankrupt at Big Springs I and is of notions t capshardware intotwill then r be offered as a whole The sale realizing the most money llwiHbTac10pt6d r improvementsthereon 1 ap t 7A proval of courttt SpringKentucky I 1IjTH I j I value 40000 v Cwithdweilinghouse lyingin j road on the East by Mrs Durbins lands on the South bX Dr Strothers lands and jg on the West by Mrs Wiseharts lands appraised value 22600 fl All of said property will be sold free of encumberancest Said sale to be subject to the approval of the court f II- i 1 i fMORRI H Trustee I 1Hardsniburgji 1- I l I 1 0 1 r Jo + Ie I w r r i xt l lI JlL J rr ry wr1 vl vr d THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 Ii MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY IDLY II ino6 P TT PWfl BRIDE AT SHIPS HELM MRS G W ROBINSON ASSISTS HER IIUSUAM IN DARING OCEJN RACE TwentyEight Foot Yacht Braves Dangers of Gulf Stream and Treacherous Waves Off Cape Hatteras I Winner Received 500 Lipton Cup After a daring ocean race of G6 I miles the sloop Gauntlet with Mrs Thora Lund Robinson at the wheel finished second In the contest for which Sir Thomas Lipton offered a 500 cup The course of the race ex- tendedf from Gravesend Bay New Yorkl 1 a Harbor to Bermuda Mrs Robinson is the two months bride of George W T Robinson the owner of the boat ItIs was a daring race for each of the three small yachts that competed but mor so for the Gauntlet because she was the smallest of them all being only 28 yawltfeet long and the yawl Lila 39 feet DrooltlynYacht tinyboatswave so much so that the yawl Lila p was compelled to put Into Norfolk har bor to save Itself from destruction while the smaller yacht bravely stuck to its task They had to cross the gulf v stream 150 miles oft Hatteras one of i the stormiest spots on the Atlantic muchQnot wrecked or foundered somewhere on the way- S HUT TWENTY YEARS OL Mrs Robinson Is only 20 years old a hut ever since childhood she has been used to boating and swimming For several seasons she has sailed an eigh teenfoot knockabout making her sum mer headquarters near Amboy on the lower New York bay Though small j she is athletic and skilled in handling n craft and Is said to he without fear i on the water Storm or sunshine is all the same to her of the conditions of our mar to1One April 17th said Mrs Robin starting In the race was Georget1irthe chief mate and bottle washer if I you will of the Gauntlet I have an s idea that I may superintend things be 1 fore I get throughbYachting is not new to me I sail I ed a knockabout for years In the lower I wasIso many learnMr Robinson and myself are to stand watch together while J L Dun lap and H Higgins the remainder of the Corinthian crew will alternate In keeping watch Steer Why you dont suppose Im going to be a passenger I can and am going to do everything J that a good navigator must do SALTSi 1 the courage of the Corinthian tars int w undertaking such a perilous voyage Disaster was predicted from the first I The yawl Lila lost her mainmast shortly after the start outside Sandy ti1 ri n n fPi Hook and had to put bock for a new spar which was immediately prepared to permit her to restart the following Tuesday The Tamerlanes navigator seeing the Lilas plight decided that it would bo an Unfair advantage to con- tinuo in the race and she too put hack The people of the llttl Gauntlet did not see the accident to the Llla It S is supposed for the sloop kept right on in her sea smashing trip to Bermuda The three yachts that contemplated c the trip lay at anchor oft the Brooklyn dock all morning with their ownersI c and crew busily at work preparing them for their severe test On board i the nttle Gauntlet Mrs Thora Lund 5r Robinson was as busy as the rest mak ing things shipshape about the boats Until the day before the race no one cook seriously her statement that the- r proposed to accompany the yacht and it was with consternation that the re gatta committee learned that she meant to go Refusal to permit her to start threatened to disqualify the boat and all appeals were in vain At last the committee yielded and permit ted her to start The Tamerlane finished the course at Hamilton Bermuda at 3 oclock Tune 3rd while the Gauntlet did not arrive until 24 hours later The result In doubt until the finish of this 0tiny boat as the Tamerlane had to al low It 1C hours and 10 minutes owing to the difference In their length Thomas Jeffersons Bible The Jefferson Bible with Its beauti ful red Morocco binding made no little trouble III the House while it was a single forgotten volume reposing under lock and key at the Smithsonian Insti photoe graphed and reproduced in numerous copies the little volume has multiplied care for the Senate Hardly a man of the nlnet but has had thousands of 0requests for the book and more are coming in by every mall It seems that some enterprising busi ness man advertised the Jefferson Bible prominently in a wellknown magazine Ho announced that It could bo had for nothing if one would write to ones Senator or Member of Congress concluding his advertisement with the further statement that lie ha11 gone to considerable expense in liivln i the advertisement printed and hoped renders would turn to his business announcement on another page So It Is that requests are rolling In upon Senators especially for the pub lie seems to haw taken the Idea that they are more legitimate prey tlni gentlemen at the other end of the Capitol Each Senators quota IIs but thirty copies and the only good way out of the dilemma appears to bo to print more Just as Congress has don with the horse book and other pope tar Government publications Better send for one before the second reprints all distributed r Who For Next President P From American Spectator At considerable expense American Spectator has obtained opinions and expressions of the some from all of the prominent candidates for Presi dontin I nomination These are all tin genuine having come to us over our own private line the least longest wire in the world The pithy elf summing up will of course e thoroughly appreciated The fol lowing terse expressions are in an swer to our query Will you be a candidate Taft My candidacy is n weighty problem and there Is a heavy respon sibility attached CannonI will If I do Bryan The third is the lucky trial- I shell not get out of communication with my friends ShawI have always universally considered myself n strong candidate Hobson Of course it Is an office orI limited responsiblitleshut- FalrbanksYoull really have to ask Mrs F- FunstonAm too busy to think oft but they do say I was born in OhioPoralwrI may have to do it just JoV I aukto get that Roosevelt I Roosevelt Didnt I say all alongII that there would be no third ten for me After whats happened I sup pose yonll believe It now Hearst I have enough capital to command luborII I Root Ucnven 011Earth Be such a man live such a life that if every man were such a man as you I and every life a life like yours thisI earth would bo Gods Paradise Phil lips Brooks Honduras has a debt of about one hundred million dollars or about 1800I if head There are three hundred million British subjects In Asia I RUSS BANQUETS JAP BARON ROSEN EXTERTAIXS T1l FIRST JAPAXESE AMUASSA- IWR TO AMERICA Cordial Diplomatic Relations Established Following BlooUllest War In Modern History Count Aokl the Guest of Honor That social ceremonies follow peace conferences was demonstrated the other owning at Washington when the Russian Ambassador And Baroness Rosen gave a dinner to the Japanese Ambassador and Viscountess Aokl While till historic Portsmouth Peace Conference was concluded many months ago and politically Japan and Russia then resumed diplomatic reIn tions so abruptly terminated at the commencement of the RussoJapanese war this function marks the resump tion of social Intercourse between the natlonPAlthough rived in Washington a few weeks ago considerable Interest has since been manifested in the personal relationship 1 r BARON ROSEN that would exist between the repre sentatives of conqueror and von pushed The high art of diplomacy that so well masks the innermost thoughts of those who rise to the heights of an ambassador doubtless viewed the so cial intercourse between Boron Rosen and Viscount Aokl as most natural But to the uninitiated the part of the host taken by one Baron Rosen envoylentThe treaty of peace between Japan and Russia marked the close of one of the bloodiest wars of history The dinner given by Baron Rosen In honor of the representative of the victorious Japan goes farther in that it takes up social Intercourse upon n plane exactly as though war had never been waged Those who were present at this most interesting social function were the Minister front the Netherlands mud Mine van Swindoren the Counselor of the Japanese Embassy and Mine Mlyoka Count and Countess Secken dorff Baroness Elizabeth Rosen the charge daffalrs of Spain Senor Don Luis Pastor Baron Schllppenbach anil Prince Koudacheff of the Russian Embassy THE JUNGLE Mr Sinclairs Story of the AwfiM Methods of the Beef Puckers No more powerful or terrible book tl1I11Theseems Incredible that such depth of human misery as the author relates could be permitted even by the most callous money maker or the most soulless corporation or on the other hand that such vileness and filth in the preparation of human food could be permitted yet most of Mr Sin clairs statements are from personal knowledge and observation visiting the great packing plants as he did hlS1stltementsroborated by President Roosevelts special commission whose confidential report containing descriptions of degradation filth and food pollution Is too vile to print in a newspaper The hero of Time JUNGLE is Jurgis a great broadshouldered Lithuanian who gloried In work for the mere sake of it even if ho had had no incentive In the far forests of Lithuania where he and his father hind lived all their lives children of nature Jurgis had heard of tree America and that as much as 10 a week was to be earned by a willing laboring man in the great city of Chicago And after many argu ments and much discussion lie had prevailed upon his father and Ona the sweet blithsome lass to whom lie was betrothed and her mother and several children and relatives to emigrate to splendid America where a man may not always remain a peasant but where he has a chance to improve him self and rise in the world Ten dollars a week was an unheard of fortune The peasants of Europe make a few cents a day So they nil went to PacUlngtown and the first day that Jurgis stood In line being altogether the finest specimen becltonIedwent home jubilant Two other men bers of the family one a great strapping woman olaoot Jobs at once Jurgls laughed at the discontent everywhere manifest They are not men he exclaimed What of the speeding waEkeep fastest He was working to wed Ona They wore all cheated shamelessly by the sharks which infest the great packing district they could not speak English and they wore at the mercy of these parasites But as new obliga tions arose in the buying of a small worthless house sold them by an unscrupulous agent etc etc Jurgi- but s smiled grimly confident in hi strength energy and great love for Ona I will work the harder he says And then came a misfortune Olin a more bloom of a girl of 17 had to go to work temporarily Then a young er child Then Jurgis had a fateful day after many months of faithful andII herculean service for the great corpora tion In the melee of a wounded steer running amuck he slipped on the bloody floor and sprained his ankle Did the packers give him a short furlough with pay while he was recover ing at least they held his place for him Neither He returned to work not very strong looking through pair I I COUNT AOK1 and worry the Joss sIzed him up at al glance and there was no work for hIm In Packlngtown and Ona whom he had- married I meantime was about to be come a mother Then is recited in TIlE JUXOLE a tale of gradual and heartrending downfall in the wearing out by inches of a strong man Jurgis gets a Job in the terrible fertilizer vaults where his head nearly splits with time poisonous dust and the stilling fumes of ammonia His father dies from the effects of the awful speeding up and the slimy wet in which he has to work ankle deep Ona the beautiful the once blithe young bride siucum s to the hateful System and Jurgis powerful maul that he IIs his strong spirit broker by the brutality and irrlslstlble power of the bosses becomes a great gaunt hollow eyed ghost of his former self Time story is a tale of the gradual extermination of a splendid virile European family ground to death by a System by a pitiless monopoly which cares no more or not as much for its workers than it does for the carcasses of the animals It converts In to food Incidentally time description of this process Is sufficiently revolting to turn the stomach of the stoutest beefeater Oh could Jurgis and Ona and the rest of them with their frugality and their brawn and their love of life and work and joy of a home have gone into some rural district to work out their salvation what a different story would have been Tin JUNGLE Some other name for the hook would have been necessary What if they could have gotten a dozen acres or five acres of good land somewhere and bought it i J for what they squandered uselessly for their house in Packingtown they were turned out and the house resold the first month they failed of payment what a different history woud have boon told by the author What if the great packing trust in stead of killing men and women should provide that Its employes could live on an aero of ground each or a half acre out on the great fertile prairies of Illinois Quickly reached from the stockyards by a modern trolley so that when they were of necessity perhaps laid off for a period of a week or six weeks or on half time they would have n piece of rich land which they could till and raise enough potatoes and corn and beans and cabbage to keep them from starving to death But the I packing trustMr Ogden Armour and other millionaires and multimillion aires would make less money It wouldt decrease Its dividends perhaps several per cent and that is not to be thought of By getting the best out of a man all there is in him in a few short years this unnamable Thing can turn him out and get new blood It Is evidently most profitable to speed a man up to the wrecking point and then get new men This process of trafficking In human life coupled with the abominable and poisonous adultera tions and use of diseased animals which Mr Sinclair describes at first hand enables Mr Armour and the others to make very satisfactory per centages of profitto pile up millions of dividends a year It Is all a very great story Tire JUNGLE if not a beautiful one anti well worth the reading slmnly that the reader may learn something about the stuff we eat and at what cost of suf feting it is produced I BACK TO NAPOLI 0- I STORY OP A FRAGMEXT OF REAL LIFE AS PORTRAYED IX A XEM STAGE PLAY Showlngthe Operations of the Imml gratlon Law as It Affects Those who Attempt to Enter the Ameri can Portals YorksThe newly arrived Immigrant before he has changed his native garb with his outlandish boxes mud bundles HtlilI about him is eternally Interesting His meetings and partings are full rII a childish exuberance nod abandon He is never so picturesque or so I pathetic as when lie has Just doubtfully I Intrusted himself to the great machinery of a new laud and law He hasnt been much on the stage this Immigrant but a fragment of Ills life finds Its way there in a mae nct play called The Laud of time Free by W C De Mllle which was seen re cently at n Vassar Aid Society mati nee It is described by the Times asI a simple little story one that happens lay after day In a room of the big immigration building with its desk and Its blue coated oilldal nn Italian workman wallis excitedly tip and down Ills cloihes are cheap and poor but they I art plainly not ills working garb andl u bright holiday handkerchief is knot tell about Ills throat Ills eyes tin kicn mid expectant Evidently It IIs a great day for him It needs littleI encouragement from time goodnatured j ollicer to hiring out the whole story A big Mediterranean steamer Iis just landing Its steerage passengers Lulgl as be peers through time gates at tin incoming crowd is almost beside him stir with delight 1 walla three year he lxJllnlllsII breathlessly I worka verra hard and I IsoI vn ilc money to hiring to me mrII Maria and my two little ones He can hardly wait for the gate t hUIIIIIIII But the ollicer hits more to Unit out Ills questioning brings out liirther details Lulgi earns 9I a weuk with his pick amid shovel The wife Is nut strung She speaks a little gl1I lish The ollicer looks doubtful hut says nothing Then all at once the boat Is III The Italian catches a sight of them through the gates j lastIShe getta lame hack and two baby I hDlo Maybe she mlssn da boat All Vedete Maria inla Ecco Vedete IcccoAh min nmogiieeccoI- re another Instant the frail Iltt5 wife in her Neapolitan costume and the two children with their bags and bundles are all in their fathers arms while the officer goes ofT to stake his reportWith her head on her husbands shoulder Maria breathes in Italian Ah my husband I see you again thank Cod To which the Americanized Lulgl1 re spondsSi si carrisslma but now talku English We all good Americans and we live In Mulberry street I gottn da little room for my Maria an Pablo an Tessa Maria marvels at Lulgls great sal arylr lire until Lulgl1 Is forced to explainii yes Neapoli but In New York It is only 0 not so niuche Then in quick excited phrase he draws roseate pictures of a future In which peanut stands mud prosperity walk band III maul Presently the ollicer returns He draws Lulgl aside Ills face Is klnc1l but his words fur terrible It appears that the little wife does not come up to A the requirement She Is not healthy She has no money and Lulgl hits only that 0 a week It is not enough to support a family The wife must gi buck to Naples It is hard to make LulgiI understand Maria hearing nothing ploys happily with the chit In linen The poor huulmnd Is stunned Nnpoll She go back to Napoli No no Ah Dlo Mlo You don under stand he goes on wistfully I work three year an sava dn money to bring her to me Your boss be can until send her hl1Ckwl live all rifli on nine dollar week I take her away You letu me oIh Its hard on you says the Nn r hut Its the law Lulgl scorns the notion Law f You taka my wife away you senda my littlen boy and girl Iwk to Napoli ali you say it Is da law Na na America is a free country I pay for her to cornea to me 1 dont steal so whutii de law got to sayv But threats tears reasonings are all In vain Lulgl at lust stealthil offers the bluecoated oillclal 7 hi all wrapped up in a handkerchief a a bribe The ollicer frowns and say Irmly I cannot I didnt make the law 1 cant help you Wo have to do th every day Every day Lulpis eyes pr wide with pain You don this ever day Ah Dlo Every day you bnvtin da heart Then he goes to Maria takes tier l this arms and explain brokenlyI v lu It all means They will not iota you stayMari 1- mlnwe have waited lootire unista stllla wait In the face of her tearful dismay he oven tries to be cheerful Say lookn here he cries you got back to Napoli now nn blmpfoy I getta du more money I make may h t welnlIfhln duller WC K Then I sendn for you an Fablo an Tessa an they letta you stay But Maria IK overcome Back to Nnpoll Alone she sobs A sudden thought contra to LuigiL No no trot alone I qua too If they semlu you I tOil too lIe rushes over to for jtMcer with his poor seven silver dollars oily to he- met with the cruel truth Not half enough for your ticket Meanwhile the boat i is returningi t oThe ollicer lays his lintul kiiullx mi Marias shoulder lie lnMnn lnnU wonderlngly on PalnfutK the iIn tie trio pick up their him llii and turn hack to the grout giitis Luigit m braces them between his suii- sDontn cry cnrrixini ilniiiu cry I soon inako twelve Iiff11 dillf- CII I and burn da peanut stand ill I keep da little home Tlin you n again to stay Dontn cry vou gna t j the binder in Nnpoll Ab Dio W hove walta three year an I imixt miiLi you back Maybe next year 1 iwinl fryou again As they pass out of his sight his voice tills him and ho falls soh in against the gate The authors snld to have got his Idea for the piece front n newspaper paragraph rend at the breakfast tabl describing lu three linos u case of the sort S s e Robert Paton Gibbs who played LulglI studied Ills type with time lul of a Neapolitan who has been Ion enough away from homo to know the salient characteristics of Ills own people The extra wome who lit so well Into time picture are caretakers of the Hudson theater We used to rehearse the piece every now and thou down III the oonl triton explained Mr llbbs multi these two women used to commie and weep Overt Live Ilenltlrily Horace Smith The English Poet Born 1779 Died 1849 Ye who would have your features florid llthe limb bright rye unwrinkled fore1 IPstl- rom I ages devastation horrid Adopt thin plan Twill matte in climate raid or torrid hale old mUll cor woman Avoid In youth luxurious diet Restrain the passionsI luwleis riot Devoted to domentlc quiet He wisely guy tin shall ye spite of ages nAt HfslHt decay pleasurenuti Unll tits word Ilea work nt Ulsuro THIS MAGNIFICENT COTTAGE DINNER SET FREE Fortytyo pieces of American China trait porcelain given Mtll firu inill club if 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charge for the copir ent me hrlpfulever put together Let w Nsinerpet acquainted We will bear the expenseot theta Induction If you will cut Address out and man Coupon No2 THE HOUSEKEEPER CORPORATION M1NNAFOLISMINN I 7 R he Breckenridge News WIDNESDAY JULY 111806 = EALTHNSURANCE F The lama who huure his Ufe to I familyI healttah wise both for his family as himself YowmaylasaroheafthbyEwrAlag At tlc fh tatti K tdtaease- H which generally approaches through the LIVER and mani wayTAKEa r i r i nits Pills And save your health i Gasoline News Office 0 Brabant was in IrvlngtonSnn day HiL Stader spent Sunday in Vine cov Addiri unday lJamel Burke is working for Sha c cipnsky Bros i balsa Manure White has returnedII- tt from Memphis rl Rave your picnic bills printed at- et News Office i t4 Mr and Mrs Shelby Pate are att A BRins visiting relatives 1Mis J B Stites was In the city i Saturday from Louisville Mr and Mrs J MI Cordrey spentt tbe Fourth at Elizabdthtown Charlie and Harry Hambleton have returned home from the South Miss Reba Lewis is at home from Irvington after a three weeks stay Miss Louise Babbage was the guestt ot Miss Clara Jolly at Irvington Fri F day tAunt Tlilie Dean will leave San 1 I day tor Chicago to visit her son George I Dean Miss Verna Ryan of TobinsportisI the guest or Miss Maud Flos for a Week MUlti Mary Jarboe has returned from Bowling Green wnere she attende- SS college JUrs A Y Ford of Louisville wasI I B guest of Mr and Mrs J C Nolte it week vGoe W Schlegel of Atlanta Ga s the guest of Miss Louise Babbage WednesdayMr Mrs J TyLewis or Ad OJBOU spent the Fourth at Mrs J B Stones home Col Rube Rowland of Paducah Is the gutst of his brothnr Capt J 7 H Rowland v Mrs Bedford of Louisville Is visiting her sister Mrs J B Stone at lirdinsbarg rlrQnd Mrs a P Babbage and lon liirv have returned to their U Owensboro if Crecilius of Crecilms Ky sfiithe city Snnday the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Ross Tilman Pauley of Lafayette Ind was here Saturday attending the funeral of Mrs Jno PowelL Mrs J G Harris and daughter lisa Jennie Mabel and Mrs Travers ere in Louisville Tuesday f Yarfield Collins and his mother are tIlr4 Louisville to have his eye taken i whloh was hurt at the Shops last jktu AB Carrie and Miss Judith rdivant of Brownsville lenn are tbe guests of Rev and Mrs B M Carrie Manager Sexton of the Cumberland Telephone Co has a handsome new v1G wagon for use in the Companys bpsi ness here Miss Zelma MoCal of Leitchfield and MlssiEudaley of Ncbo Ky will arrive next week to visit Rev and I Mrs B M Currie I Miss Mona Bannon arrived from Haweflville Saturday to spend a week I vita Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager Gasoline News Office Rev and Mrs J T Lewis will be- Get and hostjss to a house party at heir home in the city beginning the tier part of this week The guests ill be Misses Daisy Deane Emma I nMoormanlGJendeane aflline ooimRnt fexshanjIRev verett Xriglfsh of Stepheflsport I UPPORT I SCOTTS EMULSION MTVCI u a bridge to wiry the weakened and starved system along until It can had firm support In ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemUti 409411 Pearl Street New York T Soc and it001 all drugjUtt I err ll- v 1 I Mr and Mrs W C Pate left thl week for Evansville Dais Mary J Allen of Sore ia the guest of relatives here Mr and Mrs Ely Gregory of Central City wertatltjjjjMty last week Miss Grace tlPlan and sisters Misses Edith avf Eva1mpent Friday mI Louisville J hasdbeen the gusts of Mr l1dMrs Fred Ferry v Mrs Anlel Oelze in1 in Hardmaburg the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas M Easton Clearance sale of summer nuts at Polk and FranKR Everything goes at halt price The Baptist Sunday school will lIVe a picnic at Tar Creek bridge near town July 21 Stodwall of Missouri is here IHardinguest of Mr and Mrs Jno Ryan and otherrelatives Hon R W Miller of Richmond Ky a briliant young orator is dead as the result ot paralysis Miss Mollie Fawver of Patesville returned from u pleasant visit to ref atlves at Leavenwortb Ind Miss Bessie Pope and Miss Maty Austin of Owensboro were the guests of pan Duncan at Dill home herf WednesdayMr babyINAw Mexico the guests ot Mr an Mrs R B Pierce Miss May Heyser who has been the guest of Miss Ray Heyser will g to Basin Springs this week to visi her aunt Mrs K L Bennett Misses KatherIne Thomson and Mary Gilmore and Messrs Hewitt Stewart Miller and James R Skillman made up a house party at the SRillman country home last week IMass meetings have been held iin both Meade and Hardin counties and probablytbe held in both at an early date under the new County Unit law Alvin Lizzie and Amial L Harper three enterpisinir little cauldron of I A Harper living near Hardinsburg picked sixtysix gallons of dew berries last week and sold them for f000 EieenbartnHendsrsons show boat was at the river Saturday nicnt The eI thdwas certainly bum being far below this boats previous at tempts Local Tell City capital is interested in a proposition for the establishment of an automobile manufacturing plant An Eastern man is behind the project and intends to build a machine to sell for 400 Mr and Mrs Henry Davies of Hard Insburlr and their daughter Mrs Charles Baechtold of New Yrk and Miss Laura Davis of Louisville spent Sunday with their brother Mr Sugene Hayne and wife Arthur Goodman of Hardlnsbnig has the contract to grade the first five miles of the nnw railroad commeno ing at Mitchell It will probably take five months to complete this worn and then expects to take the contract for anther section E C Babbage will arrive from the South this week to be at home two weeks with his parents Mr and Mrr iI Jno D iJatibnge He travels in Louts ana Texan Arkansas Oklahoma and Indian Territory representing the Louisville Lead and Color Co Louts vine g Mr 0 W Winchell and four children Mr Uses Whitehead Hugh Woatberholt Tom Groves Mr and Mrs James England and daughter Miss Mabel Misses Nina Weatherholt and Verna Ryan Mr John C Esarey and Jus Hawkins and Frank Sanders of Tobinsport spent the fourth here Cannelton Telephone- Mr and Mrs E H Babbage arriv ed Friday froiujjockport N Yv to visit relatives They were given a reception by Mr and Mrs Jno D Babbage on their arrival at which the members of the local Babbage family were present Thi is the first time in two hundred years that two distinct branches of the Babbage fami ly have net- important NoticeR41144 is old under a positive guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Ronp and liuiberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay- Announcement of the marriage of Mir Edward Reidel and Miss Kathryn Taylor of St Louis June 80 has beenreceived at this office They will be at horse Thursday in August 2705 Dayton Street Saint Louis Mr Riedel is a former Cloverpcrt boy having been in the employ ot the News for several years He is now an electrical eglneer The State Convention of the Baptist Young Peoples Union will be held at Chautauqua OwerJdboro the first four days beginning Aug 1 Railroad fare admission to the grounds board for four days can be secured for 450 from this city Information can be had of either Rev J T Lewis of this city or Snpt W G Archer Owensboro I 4 elNaSa IIOATAR1iI In all Its stages Elys Cream Balm cleAntti toothen and heal the disused membrane Itcurt s catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quicklyaras tttttttiittitA Cream Balm It placed Into the nottrtliipreadi over the membrane and li absorbed Relief la Im mediate and cure tallow Itil not drying doei not produce meeting Large Size CO cents atDrou gists or by null Trial SIze 10 cents BLT BROTHERS M Warren Street New Tork Mr Geo Robinsof May view Ohio was here last wtek the guest of Mr and Mr J C Nolte Miss Mamyiu DeHaven went to Hawesvlllo Thursday to stay until Sunday with Mills Lydia Goering Mr Vic Culley of Talluhasee Fla who forinerlly lived here is visiting his old friends He is now tbe gaeet of Mr und Mrs J C Nolte Mrs WioklifleD Heaven left Thurs day night tot tit Louie to meet her sIster Mies Bonner of Texas who will visit Mrs D Haven and friends here Mies Nina Bruns is the guest of Misa Alice Gregory of Louisville after her visit there she will leave for Bowling Green to spend a few weeks with her grandmother Mr J Via Culley of Tallehasse LettiedJames of New Albany Md are vlst ing relatives here Vio is an old time Cloverport boy and life friends are lasttas young and lively as he ever was notwithstanding he has passed the three quarter century mark Notice to chicken raisers41114 Dares chicken cnolera and Roap and liuiberneck Price 50 cents No taro no pay Guaranteed and sold by A K Fisher Druggist MEN ANI WOMbN WANTED FOR CHRISTIAN WORK The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago sends out an urgent ap peal to Christain young men and women of all evangelical denominations to equip themselves for Chris tian work Notwithstanding that hundreds of students pass through their hands every year the demand for such as they train for exceeds the supply These calls are for pastors of small churches assistant pastors Bible teachers home and foreign missionaries deaconesses Sunday School worker leader in boys work vocal instructors choir leaders and Y M C A and Y W C A secretaries While men and women do not get rich at this kind of work yet salaries are offered all the way from 600 to 1500 a year The instructioh in this Institute is free of cost to the students and is under the direction of Rev James M Gray dean Rev Will iam Evans director of the Bible Course and Dr D B Towner director of the Music Course sup plemented from time to time by specialists from different parts of the world An illustrated catalogue and schedule will be sent to any address on application to 80 Institute Place Chicago Stud ents are at liberty to enter at any time as the work is carried on throught the whole year Twenty Year Battle 1 was a loser in a twenty year battle with chronics piles and malig nant sores until I tried Bncklens Arnica Salve which turned the tide by curing both till not a trace remains wiitesA M Bruce of Farmville Va Best for old Ulcers Cuts Barns and Wounds 25c at Severs Drug Co Cloverport Capt and Mrs J H Rowland entertained at dinner Saturday even ing In honor of Mr and Mrs E H Babbage of Lockport N Y The guests were Mr and Dire Jno J Babbage Mr and Mrs C P Bab bago and son Henry Mrs Eliza ray lor and Mrs H V Duncan A sweet breath adds to the joys of a kiss You wouldnt want to kiss your wife mother or sweetheart with a bad bieatn You cant have a sweet breath without a healthy stomach You cant have a healthy stomach without perfect digestion There is only one remedy that digests what you eat and make the breath us aweet as a roseand that remedy is KODOL FOR DYS PEPSIA It is a relief for sour stomach palpitation of the heart And other ailments arising trom disorder of the stomach and digestion Take a little Kodol after your meals and see what it will do for you Sold by Severs- Drug Co Cloverport t A t C16t4GE 1r3r Ki 9 p- y DR RPRepresenting NEIU TAYLOR 8 I DENTISTSI I I C It Will be in Dr Ushtfoots office one week out of each month prepared to JtlstrtlatrIiII ba here July 16 to 21 ti ar 1ir 3r Jt l6 at=s atc7 sa ps+a 7 rrIfattg s Prescription Take I It TowiDrug j CompanyWnts I t 1 Jtr JtrAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week FOIL SALE Farms Adkisson Bros ikCloverport Ky WANTEDI our first class yearland mare M Heard Hardlnshurg Ky WANTEDGentleman or lady with good rigtor07200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky ICOII SALEOne house and one Rood milch J E Keith Foil SALEA tuition certificate In the Green Business College Hrcck cnrldgG News u SALE A 13 horse traction engine second hand but In good order will sell at a bargain Henry Mills Ouston Ky FOR SALE Four room cottage with cellar sale cheap Alvin Simmons Clover port Ky- FOR SALElo1 acres of land laying on tbe railroad near Kirk 100 acres acreinor wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Cloverport Ky FOil SALE Firstdoss twoseated surrey new For Information call at News ofllco WANTEDTotrade fruit trees for lumber I on D Babbage Clo verport Ky FOR SALE pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoGasollnEnginesLouisville K- yCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per day II LaborWanted WantedI men to work on the public roads job will Ilast two months will pay 110 to 125 per day for further I information apply to J V St Clair Road Superviser HARDINSBURG KY A Thorough Business Training Can be secured by attending the Bowling Green Business University Write for catalog and particulars Address Bowling Green Business Uni versity Bowling Green Ky An Established Institution The Bowling Green University is J an established institution Write for catalog and particulars Address Bowline Green Business Unveraity Bowling Green Ky 4i i tssi tA Isi ibtiQcootssnlcl tSSSSSSSsSl MEET ME AT NOLTES I When you come to Cloverport this week L to see the street carnival be sure and lS drop in at our store YOU WILL FIND MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS IN HOT IdI Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Low Cut Shoes dI New Kid Belts Canvas Shoes and lots of other cool UnderwearII 1lS1 LIQUID AND PASTE FOR THE WHITE t 1 1 t CANVAS SHOES W r J C Nolte Bro ICloverport Ky pJe9N i 11 MillingI Co p m f x TE carefully safeguard I Jjj jli V Y the interests of our I w IjIjcustomers MoreMdo it un I known to them as oppor R- u1 tunities often come to us in 1 confidential ways LET US NAVE l m mYOUR BUSINESS ri All business entrusted to + fus will receive prompt and careful attention Highest j rate of interest paid on1 timeM m deposits 1 IIINUUEDAOA IN 8 T 1 LOSS BY FIRE AND l BURGLARY eO SER i VATIVE HOARD OF DIRECTORS EFFI CIENT OFFICERS I Bank of Cloverport Cloyerport Ky ij Neads no Introduction The Bowling Green Business Tni verity needs no introdnution to the public Writ for catalog and particulars Address Bowling Greea Bust ness University Bowling Green Ky I A Frowlng Institution I The Bowling Green Business Unl veri sty IB growing every year It is the largest Business school in the South Catalog and parts nlars will be sent on application Address Bowl lug Green Business University Bowl ing Green Kr In Great Demand The graduates of tne Bowling Green Business University are In great de mand and are to be found almost everrwbere holding the beet paying positions Write for catalog and par ticnlarti Address Bowing Green Busi ness University Bowling Green Kv Universally Successful The graduates of the Bowing Green Business University are universally successful In securing and retaining good positions For catalog and patti culars address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky u CUSTOMERfinds to say in favor of CADICKSGOLD FLOUR It is the most satisfactory flour in the marketIt from the best of wheat and by the most scientific milling pro cessesThe immense sales we are making sayTryCadick u MAKERSII0rrt Ktrrrtrrr rKtrKtit SrrKrrrK J ARtt ARA- Rtell X JS J Just us how much i 5 lumber you need We S have J all kinds of I or J Framing material J i and choice Poplar and I 5 Walnut is ready for I5 you I Thats the thing un ft able to get so quick before jJS1ltS1l JJJ Stable may need re J pairs J J t REMEMBER USIIiiSeaton Weatherholt I Cloverport Ky I iki ifitiQiliiitASlililitiititit5111iti1 AS17AfJ Every Graduate has a Position Every worthy graduate of the Na tional School of Telegraphy has a posi tion For particulars address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky- HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Owensboro Cbantuqu a Reduce rates Aug 1 to 91145 for round trip from Cloverport Rardineburg picnic Aug 4 Round- trip ticket Cloverport to Hardinsburg sold for train leaving Cloverport 507 and 042 and good returning same day Old Point Comforton July 23 and Ang21 limit 15 days rom date of sale Rate of 11050 will be made Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return via C U R R Round tripSpeCIal rates applying on special train leaving Cloverport 1010 a m Sunday July 15 Owtnsboro 110 Henderson and Kvanttville 125 return train leaves Evansville 0 p m same daytTo Cure a Cold in One Day fa Care Two Crip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH 4onevery 9 cQ bcx 25cSeven MEBoa boxes soW In past 12 months TlSs Signature a7 J Y Thw 1i W1 C tr F J a fijf ItTJ I4AI t t r F L 4 h reared up with oycH ablaze with tear h and hate and whirled Its great paws r 1 fl abovo the knight to smlto him to tho earth lit howovor blinking with puck andTt t o h1 Ewith It Ah saucy saucy I1 quoth hex t s a with gentle chilling on which the boar I uncertain and puzzled dropped Its fore- legsy- a to earth again and waddling back i tis G was soon swathed In ropes by the bear ward and a crowd of peasants who had Pel l been In close pursuit As they passed through the castlo gate John plucked A ut Aylwards sleeve anti the two fell Thr I behind I must crave your pardon comrade JDg Iff ho bluntly I was a fool not U ySnit 1- IvQ kId that a little rooster mannbeI y t i iti1rl 1 gamest I believe thru this 1 In 1 = m deed a louder whom we may follow nis 4- a N hr CHAPTER VIII J Twynhamoj a pairq to oc 17 n 9 1 Ing at the further end of tho gateway baileyCO1Jyrit Ne I shieldviiI I L constableI AH they passed over the au CIIAPTER VIh If he might not return to Beaullou arwithin the year and Jr his brothers 3ldogs were to be set upon him It he showed CMIII upon titteteud land then arthitsi urn where he would but all was equal h ly chill and cheerless The Abbo- tLd1 rolled ten silver crowns In a let a tuneleaf and hid them away In the bot dI his scrip but that would be II s i monthsilu all till darknesst idle bright spot of the sturdy comrades he hall left that evening it no 1homId find them again all woulll be wlll Ile pushed Oil therefore noW und now running Intot+ s altered tI stretch of pastureland betnwren Here and there by the way r iid stood little knots ot wattleand kedIt I I hockwith 1mired laborers I1I11lnlr by ITildren prawling In the roadway fly there Alleyne knew that he was j IIItilt vary fringe of the forest and therefore no great way from Christ- I cinnb Right glad later was the trav I ell r to see the high tower of Christ Priory gleaming In the melloW evening light and gladder still when- rtnidingt u corner he came upon his comrades of the morning seated astraddle upn a fallen tree They had a tint before them on which they al lVnatvly pace threw little square places s hunt und were so Intent upon their oCI ll raised eyeI n that they never hf approached them lIe observed with tolllhmfnt 85 he drew near that the nrcherr how was on Johns balk the archers sword by Johns side and the sletl upon the treetrunk between them- Mort de mil vie Aylwarll shouted making down at the tiler eta bad I mirh cursed luck A murrain on the line I have iit thrown a good main shw e 1 ln Navarre I am like tu reach i r int Lurch In my shirt Then suds denly glancing up llola by the splen dor of heaven here Is our rher petit Now by my ten tinierbones this Is a rare sight to mine ryes lie sprung up and threw his arms round Alleyne neck while John no less pleased but mute backward and Saxon In his habits stood grinning mid bobbing by tho wayside with Ills newlywon steel cap I stuck wrongside foremost upon his tangle of red hair Hast come to stop cried the bowman putting Allpyno all over in his delight I Shall not get away from us again I wish no better said he with a pringllng In the tIel at tins nearty greeting Well ald Ud cried big John We three hall to the wars together and the devil may fly away with thin Abbot of Ueuulleu nut your feet and liosen are all btsmudgtd Hast been III the- waterI In good ooth Alleyne ans wered and then as they Journeyed on their way he told them the many things t hll thud befallen him 11But you raid Alleyne were nave If Wen changes with you also Vlir ulire bow and sword and capand why vo warlike John M Is a game which friend Aylward hath been ateachlng of mo Awl I found him an orerupt pupil r I ld the bowman in bt h tripped me But by my hilt you must render them back to mi t ama rude lest you bring discredit upon my mission and I will pay you for them lit armorers preTake them back man and never heed the pay said John I did but wish to learn the feel of them since 1 um like to have such trinkets hung to my own girdle for some yours to come Ma folI he was born a free com panion cried Aylward lie hath the very trick of speech and turn of thought I take them back then and Indeed It gives me unease not to feel my yewsure tapping against my leg It chaurvd on that very evening that Sir Nigel Luring buvliiK supped before sunset as was his custom midi taken his dugs for an evening breather Two russetclad varlets with loud halloo and cracking whips walked thigh deep amid the swarm guiding controlling and urging Behind came Sir Nigel hlmrelf with Lady Loring upon arm the pair walking slowly and sedately as befitted both their age and their condition They paused at the brldliteSir Nigel was a slight man of poor stature with soft lisping voice and gentle ways So short was he that his wife who was no very tall woman had the better of him by the breadth of three fingers Ills sight having been early wars by a basket inured lime which had boon emptied over him when he led the Earl of Derby stormors up the breach at Ilernerap he had contracted something Of a stoop with a blinking peering Hxpresxlon of fare Ills age was six lidforty but the constant practice of arms together with a cleanly life had preserved his activity and endurance unimpaired so that from a distance ho seemed to have the slight limbs and swift grace of a boy His face how ever was tanned of a dull yellow tint und the little pointed beard which he wore was streaked and shot with gray Ills features were small delicate and regular with clearcut curving noIandi eyes which Jutted forward from the lids His dross was simple and yet spruce A gold embroidered bolt of knighthood encircled his loins with his arms live roses gules on a field argent cunningly worked upon the- Iape So stood Sir Nigel IX ring upon the bridge of Avon and talked lightly with his lady And certes had the two visages alone IlifOIll seen and the stranger been asked which were the moro likely to belong to the bold warrior whose name was 1 loved by the roughest soldiery of Eu rope ho hud assuredly selected tho 4 liivn Her face was large and square with fierce thick brows and tho eyes fif ono who was accustomed to rule It was the ago of martial women Tho deeds of Bind Agnes of Dunlmr oC- T dv Salisbury and of the Countess of Montfort were still fresh in the public tnd With such examples before them the wives of tho English captains had become as warlike as their mates and ordered the castle In their absence with the prudence and discipline of veteran seneschals Right easy were tho Mont flutes of their Castle of Twynham and little had they to dread from roving filler or French squadron while Lady 1f rt Torln r hAil the ordering of It lord she was sayir I toil you my ing that It Is not fit training for a demoiselle hnwks and hounds rotes I and cltoleH slnclntr rf French rondel + or rending the Oestes do Doon de May once ns T found her yestornlght pre fondlne sleep the artful with the corner of the unroll thrusting forth from I inler her pillow Lent her by Father t Christopher of the Priory forsooth thnt IIn ever her answer How shall nil this help her when she has castle of bar own to keep with a hundred months nil agape for beet and drink True tnv sweet bird true answered the knlpht The maid is like the jiMv which kleV heels and nhmges for very lust of life Give her time lime give her time Well T know that my father would have given me not time but a good liazelstlck across my shoulders I know not what the world Is coming to Itwhen young maids may flout their old Pr I wonder that you do not correct J Vher my fair lord t Nay my hearts comfort I never it raisedjhand to woman yet and It would bells9paaaingsetrange thing ifI began owai aNd boo But1 = t f d oubt not llmat you and inn Maudes wings need clipping which may leave In your hands when I am I gone for In sooth this peaceful life Is not for me and were It not for your Carecould I there Is talk of warlike muster at Bordeaux once more and by St Paul 1 It would be a new thing If the lions of England and the red pile of Chandos were to be seen In the field nnd the roses of boring were not waving by their side Now woo with me but I feared ltl cried she with tho color all struck from her face I have noted your ab tryIng sider my sweet lord that you havo al ready won much honor that we have seen but little of each other that you bear upon your body the scars of over twenty wounds received In I know not how many bloody encounters My lay when our liege lord time LordIblithe and ready to lay lance In rest for Englands cause It would 111 beseem me to prate of service done It would be bitter shame to me and also to you shice my fame Is OUrRl that I should now hold back If a man s workk I youhowl reeve ever croaking of empty farms and wasting lands Were It not for this constableshlp which the Earl of Salisbury hath bestowed upon us wo could scarce uphold the state which Is fitting to our degree Therefore my sweeting there Is the more need that I should turn to where there Is good pay to he earned and bravo ransoms to bo wonAh my dear lord quoth site with sad weary eyes I thought that at last I had you to mine own self even though your youth had been spent afar from my side Yet my voice as I know well should speed you on to glory and renown not hold you back when fame IIs to be won Yet what can I say for all men know that your valor needs the spurFretI hearts dove for It Is like that there may he no war waged nnd we must await the news But here are three strangers and one as I take soldier fresh from serItiavies It III that he may give us word of what Is stirring over tho water Lady Loring glancing up saw In the fading light the three companions walking abreast down time road allIgray with dust and stained with travelyet chattering merrily between them SINigelr der his breastplate he stepped up to thelady buIt you through In sooth I have seen you havoII dErrlen Romoruntln Maupertlus No ringokuUAs they read It Alleyne who with Hordle John a few paces bac catchersoftly te himself thattheyhiskennelwhat of this White Company archer criedAylward quarryIt Inthe1 many a brave following but never such TheydowillwayPardlcu Sir Nigel If they indeedarcherSam d I of Easebourne and the Rape of Chi chesterAnd I youliea forestwhopath intimeA proper figure of a manatarms iylwardyOUthe stronger monoSee to that great stone from the coping which hath fallen varletshenceIto shame by budging it though I fear that I overtask you for It Is of a grievous weight Tie pointed as he spoke to n huge roughhewn block which lay by the rondslde deep sunken from Its own weight In the reddish earth The theIeevesvoryhonAClI1I n mlsrhtv rook John however put him trynsaidhethingstohlldgehenvlnJStoopln I grasped It by two projecting edges and upwardI strength to the effort the stone for the minute stuck fnstthin ns the mlllht- mu oles ofhta brgad 1mekcreaklld Ute huge kROts OR Is wtMY e uldors drew Into tense hunches with iltkc strain of tho tug the stone gave WilY from Its bed with a gurgling suck und came free In his hands With a deep chested chuckle as the archer stepped forward to help In the throw Ing Ilordlc John straightened himself and hurled tho rock well out Into tho stream Good lack cried Sir Nigel and Good lack cried his lady whllo John stood laughing and wiping the caked fingersI round my ribs said the bowman and they crackle yet at the thought of It This other com rade fair Sir Is a right learned clerk hlghtAlleynethe Socman of Mtnstcad Young man quoth Sir Nigel stern ly If you aro of the same way of thought as your brother you may not pass portcullis of mine hl1stlh have no common for thisvery day hisbrother hath set his dogs upon him and driven him from his landsAnd are you too of the White Company asked Sir Nigel Hast had JudgeIImyfriendsam a man of peacea reader exorcist acolyte and clerk SirNigelclerk In every troop By St Paul there are men so caitiff that they think moro of a scriveners pen that of their ladys smile and do their devoir In hopes that they may fill a line In a chronicle or make a tag to a Jongleurs romance I remember well that at tho siege of Bettors there was n little sleek fat clerk of the name of Chaucer slrventekortonsonfoot from tho walls lest he find It nil sot down In his rhymes and sung by campnutns though all were decided when I have not yet taken counsel either withyou or with my lady mother Let us to the chamber while these strangers find mayfurnishThe three comrades dropped behind and followed Alywnrd much the P Mer for having accomplished his mission AlleVno full of wonderment at the humble bearing of so renowned a captain and John loud with snorts and sneers which spoke his disappointment and contempt AlywardInsurpriseI bejapedIstrongtprophet my betrot orled thdthough holdI Balaam yet Ir converse with the very creature thatspako to him What Is amiss then and how have I played you false Why merry did you not say nnd youktorIshred of a man peaky and Illnour owlIsel with hits mother ere ho buckles sword to girdle Js that where tho shoe galls cried tho bowman and laughed aloud I himoalivenAylwards words were Interrupted by an extraordinary hubbub which broke out that Instant some little way down thePrlonshouting of men frightened shrieks of women howling and barking of curs and over all a sullen thunderous ondterrIblerow street thero came rushing a brace of whining dogs with tails glued under their legs after them a whitefaced andbariatlefbafromthough some lrreat terror wero at his very heels whizzed lady fly he lIkoholtcamelumberingtongue lolling from his mouth and u broken chain Jangling behind him To right and loft tho folk new for arch upaltofeather and sprang with her Into an oven porch while Aylward with a whirl of French oaths plucked at his quiver and tried to unsung his bow Alleyne all unnerved at so strange and unwonted a sight shrunk up against the wall with his eyes fixed upon the onzlcd creature which crime bounding theIrllergnq agape with blood and slaver N1Fe1e otItheIInd his gold comfltbnjc In the other Ailsvneedir =tpe IRQ aAd thtbtwattke Fra wrr 111 drawbridge Alleync marKed time gleam of arms In tho embrasures to right and uponthefrom a bugle and with screech tho hinge and lank of chain tho ponderous bridge swung up Into the air drawn by unseen hands At the same Instant tho huge portcullis came rat tling down from above and shut oft the last fading light of day Sir Nigel rind his lady walked on In deep talk while a fat undcrstewnrd took charge of the three comrades and led them to time buttery where beer bread and drink were kept ever in readiness for the wayfarer After a hearty meal and11 dip In the trough to wash the dust from them they strolled forth Into thebailey where tho bowman peered about through the darkness nt wall and atkeep with tho carping eyes of one who has seen something of sieges and IIs not lightly to be satisfied To Alleyne ind to John however It appeared to 1 as great and as stout a fortress n could be built by the hands of man Is there an archer here hlght Sam Aylward asked a gaunt manatarmslanklng up to them areoss the court yardMy name friend quoth the low manThen sure I havo no need to tell three mine said the other By the rood If It Is not Black Simon of Norwich cried Aylward A mon coeur camarade a mon coeurl Ah but I am blithe to see thee the two fellupon each other and hugged like bears And where from old blood an i bones asked tho bowman I am In service here Tell me com rade Is It sooth that wo shall have an other fling at these Frenchmen It Is so rumored In the guardrooms nnd that Sir Nigel will tnko tho Hold once Snare It Is lIke enough mon gar ns things ro Now may the Lord ho praised crle1 the other This very night will I sot apart a golden ouche to be offered on to shrine of my namesnlnt I have pined for this Aylward as a young maid pines for her lover Art so set on plunder then Is the enoughforh camarnde nnd you have but to put t sour fist Into It for what you want It was ever share and share between us Nay friend It Is not the French mans gold hut the Frenchmans blood that I would have I should not rest quiet In the grave coz if I had not an other turn at them For with us In France it has ever boon fair and honest wara shut fist for the man but a bended knee for the woman But how was it at Winchelsa when their galleys yearsbackwho had come down thither from the Midlands vo be tho nearer her son They found her afterward by her own hearthstone thrust through by a Frenchmans bill My second sister my brothers wife and her two children they were but ashheaps In the smoking ruins of their house I will not say that wo have not wrought great Hath upon France but women and children have been safe from us And so old friend my heart Is hot within me and I long to hear tho old battlecry again arid by Gods truth if Sir Nigel unfurls his pennon here Is one who will be right glad to feel the saddle flaps under his knees We have seen good work together old wardog quoth Aylward and by my hilt wo may hope to see more ere we die But comrade It Is in my mind that there Is some small matter of dis pute still open between usIFore God It Is soothl cried the other I had forgot It The provost marshal and his men tore us apart when last wo met On which friend we vowed that we should settle the point when next we came together Hast thy sword I see and tho moon throws glimmer enough for such old nightbirds as We On guard mon gar I have not heard clink of steel this month or more Out from the shadow then said tho other drawing his sword A vow Is a vow Dud not lightly to be broken A vow to the saints cried Alleyne is Indeed not to be set aside but this is a devils vow and simple clerk as I am I am yet the mouthpiece of the true Church when I say that It were mortal sin to fight on such a quarrel What I shall two grown men carry malice for years and fly like snarling curs at each others throats No malice my young clerk no malice quoth Black Simon T have not a bitter drop In my heart for mine old comrade but the quarrel as he hath told you Is still open and un settled Fall on AyVwardl Not whilst I can stand between you cried Alleyne springing before the bowman It Is shame and sin to see two Christian Englishmen turn IIwords against each other like the frenzied bloodthirsty paynmtf And what Is more said HorcJle John suddenappearing out ot the buttery with Ithe huge board upon which tkenastwag rolled fJe either r rale9b lIs lAitatterA hlrnihk f rood I Shall drive him Into tho earth- lIke a nail Into a door rather than see xou do scath to each other Fore God this Is a strange way of SimontYou may find the my lusty friend If you raise your great cudgel to me I had as lief havo thelI castle drawbridge drop upon my pate Toll me Aylward said Alleyno earnestly with hands outstretched to keep the pair asunder what Is tho cause of quarrel that we may see whether honorable settlement may not be arrived aU hiseblearI he cried tho cause of quarrel Why mon petit It was years ago In Limousin and how can I bear in mind what was the cause of It Simon there hath It at the end of his tongue Not I In troth replied the other I have had other things to think of There was some sort of bickering over dice or wine or was It a woman coz1 nickedscried Aylward It was about a woman and tho quarrel must go forward for I am still of the same mind as before What of the woman then asked Simon May the murrain strike me It I can call to mind aught about her It was La Blanche Rose maid at the sign of the Trots Corbeaux at Lim- Bless oges her pretty heart Why mon gar I loved her So did a many quoth Simon I call her to mind now On the very day that we fought over the littlehussy she went off with Evan np Rice a longlegged Welsh dagsman They have a hostel of their own now somewhere on the banks of Garonne whore time landlord drinks so much of the liquor that there Is little left for the customersSo our quarrel then said Aylward sheathing his sword A Welsh dagsman 1 faith C etalt mau soslusty manntarms to choose from The old soldiers and Ilordle John strode off together in all goodfellow ship Alleyne had turned to follow them when he felt a touch upon his shoulder and found a young page by hissideThe Lord Loring commands said tho boy that you will follow me to the great chamber and await him there wentIfollowing boyish guide until at the pauseddand ushered him into the main hall of the castle On entering tho room the clerk look ed round but seeing no bne ho con tinued to stand his cap in his hand examining with the greatest interest a chamber which was so different to any to which he was accustomed Most Interesting of all to Alleyne was a small ebony table at his very side on which by the side of a chessboard and tho scattered chessmen there lay an open manuscript written in a right clerkly hand and set forth with brav flourishes and devices along the mar gins In vain Alleyne bethought him of where he was and of those laws of whichtIJals and black oven lines drew his hand down to them as the loadstone dravs the needle until almost before he knew It he was standing with the ro nonce of Garin de Montglano before hit eyes so absorbed In Its contents ns tr be completely oblivious of where he vas and why he had come there He was brought back to himself nowever by a sudden little ripple ot quick feminine laughter Aghast he I thoIcamo that roguish burst of merriment He looked up at the ceiling back at stlrrtoldssudden hlghbackedbancalpace of two to the side saw a white slender hand which held a mirror of polished silver in such a way that the concealed observer could see without being seen He stood irresolute un certain whether to advance or to take no notice but even as he hesitated the mirror was whipped in and a tall and stately young lady swept out from dancIng eyesAlleynehe recognized the very maiden who vlolence wore her gay ridingdress however but was attired in a long sweeping robe of black velvet of Bruges with delicate tracery of white lace at neck againstthe charmof tiii of her bearing were enhanccn now by tho rich simplicity of her attirehAh you start said 8 same sidelong look of mischief and I cannot marvel at It Didst not look to see the distressed damozel again Ah that I were a minstrel that Imight put It Into rhyme with the whole romance the luckless maid the wicked aocman and the virtuous clerk 1 So might our fame have gone down together for all time and you be numbered with Sir Percival or Sir Galahad or all the other rescuers of oppresses a ladles What I did said Alleyne was toe small a thing for thanks and yet If I may say It without offence it was too grave and near a matter tor mirth and raillery I had counted on my broth ers love but God has willed that It should bo otherwise It Is a Joy to me to see you again lady and to know that you have reached home In safety If this be indeed your home Yes in sooth Castlo Twynham is my home and Sir Nigel L ring my father I should havo told you so this morning but you sold that you were i coming hither so I bethought me that- I might hold It back as a surprise to you Oh dear but it was brave to see you she cried bursting outalaughIng once more standing with her hand pressed toTier side and her halfclosedteyes twinkling with amusement YouvLr drew back and came forward with your eyes upon my book there like the l mouse who sniffs tho cheese and yet dreads the trap I take shame said Alleyne that I should have touched ItNay It warmed my very heart to see it So glad was I that I laughed for very pleasure My line preacher can himself be tempted then thought I ho is not made of another clay to the rest of us God help met I am the weakest of the weak groaned Alleyne I pray t that I may have more strengthI s sharpIYshut yourself forever In your cell with In the four walls of an abbey then of prayertosaid she ladyrTIs out In what I spy to father In WhatIIn saying 1C he ask that It was south of tho Chrlstchurch road that Imet you I shall be shut up with the tirewomen else and have a week of spindle and bodkin when I would fain VllverleyWalkland at the VInney Ridge herons- I t m shall not answer him if he ask M Not answer But he will have an answer Nay but you must not fall metor It will go 111 with me But lady cried poor Alleyne In great distress how can I say that It j whenknowto I the rnorthYou not say IU youknow z Oh I weary of your preaching she cried and swept away with a toss eof her beautiful leas leaving Alleyne thoughhe i ous thing She was back again in an Instant however In another of her varying moods sheUin cell this day you could not have bytheIs the shepherd If he leaves his sheep Allyynehumblyfather And you shall see how worthy a 1oC1 very morning in Mlnstead Woods four 1i I miles to the north of the Christchurch r youhaving l she reeled off IIn aloud voice and then glanced with sideling questioning eyes at Alleyne for his approvaly 1F1 To be Continued Nett Week 1 Synopsis of Preceding Chapters I inthe14thcenturrnordieI monuteryafter1 him 1 monk11l1ummonastery AUeyncKdrfcfonukei hU departure In I willdetgnattngthatI year old go forth for one year to choose for him I y I fromthe t 1 ofMlnJtteadI At nightfall Allernn iwtkn amotUnueoryonetI wherohemeetIIordl I John and Bamkln ATlward I f1I0rdiewardengages In a wrestling bout wIth the bowman and 6defnted HedrcklMto Join the Whit Com I I pany Alltjne flndi Mi brotherln Hlniteadwoodf I tI quarreling with beautiful daml whom here I I cues II i llihrrof hit Intention to joIn hUoom I I I I aghtonder8lrNlgelin I I laity lean him without teUlogner name I What Does This Mean r o nitIf these puzzling i things roughly displayed in 1 Fresh Blood i gat v r upon the wall of a house 4 t where a great crime had R been committed stared j you in the face could you X explain their meaningjSuch was the problem which SHERLOCK HOLMES had to solve in his first chronicled adventure The Stq fcr in Scarlet A book which made CQ AHDOYLB the first of detective writer tatJieworTaN c Y rr i41inJ aheading Bros regular 150 linen imperial edition sent postpaid with this coupon for ti SO CENTS 11bHaremost beautifully printed and bound edition for just onethird price ry handsome copper photoengravureof I IA Holmes printed ou heaviest ssipaper aultable for framing 11 Be sure and use this Coupon sending GO cents in Stamps Coin or Money Orderii I HARPER do BROS Franklin Square N X City ii ftNarnet j I 5 5ftmetf loO t h 4 tows H H t II AHafeh t W II t l J llREBATECASE VERDICTI J JRailroad and Former Officials Fount lGuiltyon Eight Counts tC = t r GRANTED PACKERS FAVOR = No Imprisonment Provision In the v Law and Passing of Sentence I U Is 1 Withheld Pending Arguments for a Sh New TrialConditions at Chicago a Packing Plants J Chicago Jnly 7ln the United States district court tho Chicago d- Alton railroad and John N Faltborn J and Fred A Wann former officials of l the road were convicted of illegally t granting rebates to the Schwiirzschlld ft Sulxberber Packing company No I sentence was imposed by Judge Lan dIs pending the arguments for a now trial It was claimed by the govern ment that the officials of the railroad company had allowed tho employes of t the packing company to travel free of expense by refunding to them all I t money expended for transportation It was declared by the court that this did not comprise a rebate and he In Etructod the jury that a verdict of not s guilty should bo returned as to two counts of the Indictment which charged the giving of rebates In con nection with passenger transportation In the other eight counts of tho In dictments on all of which the defendants were found guilty two offenses against the Elkins law were proved It was shown by the government that tho railroad company had charged 4 per car for handling the products of Schwarzschlld Sulzbor er at Kansas City and had then re t eachkrailroad to publish in Its tariff shrfct the fact that the 1 was repaid made it In fact a secret rebate 4 Under tho law the maximum sen tence of the court may be a fine ot 1120000 for each of the three defend ants No imprisonment provision appears in tho law- PACKING PLANTS Business Mens Special Committee Makes Its Report I Chicago July iTho report of tho IV joint committee of the Chicago Com mercial association and the Illinois Manufacturers association appointed to investigate the packing industries of Chicago together with the roport of the exports who accompanied thorn was made public The committee says That a board of experts of the character employed with professional Ideals and guided and influenced by an aesthetic sense which embodies of necessity and something more ofII 1 luxury should find tho product some the yards generally clean and inspection efficient seems to your J Jthe to cover the situation As t ult of this Investigation we our selves have no hesitancy In stating that the meat products at tho yards h are wholesome and proper food We find that the companies have been Im proving the conditions and products from year to year that Improvements are constantly being made and will be made and we believe that the con ditions and surroundings at the plants carefully protect the quality of the product Attorneys for Ice Men Soaked Toledo 0rJuly 3Thomas H Tracy and Clarence Brown both of Toledo two of the biggest legal lights and advisors in tho state were sen tenced to ten days In the county Jail service to commence on the fifth if tho case in contempt be not stayed by the circuit court This sentence was handed down at the end of n long dis cussion of the insulting and scurrilous motions filed by these same attor neys charging the court with corrup tion in his sentencing of tho guilty Ice barons Alexander Smith another corporation attorney was handed a line of 250 for the same charge u Populists Adjourn Atlanta Ga July 5The state con vention of Populists of Georgia assembled here and after a session of 18 minutes adjourned to meet August 28 six days after the date set for the state Democratic primaries The only business transacted was the adoption r r of a resolution declaring that it Is unwise to nominate a state ticket in r the present condition of the party in Georgia lr Four Men Drown Jacksonville Fin July 6Four men drowned In St Johns river in attempting to cross the river In a small rowboat The dead are James Robinson Charles Richardson Adam I Hull and Shed Greer all employes of the Armour fertilizer factory There were six men In the boat overloading It John Hall and Babo Sargent clung to the overturned boat and were saved Bad 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years ago and I have a lovely head of hair The length la six inches below my waist line my scalp is in very good condition and no more dandruff or itching of tho scalp I used other remedies that were recommended to me as good but with no results If you wish to publish any of what I have written you you nre welcome to do so I am respectfully Mrs W F Gricss Clay Center Neb Oct 23 1005 FROM THE HOUR OF BIRTH Mothers Should Use Cuticura Soap the Worlds Favorite Mothers are assured of tho absolute purity and unfailing efficacy of Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment tho great Skin Cure in the preservation nnd purification of the skin scaljf hair and hands of infants and children For baby ecze mas rashes itchings and chafings as well as for annoying irritations and ulcerative weaknesses and many sana tive antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to mothers as well as for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are pricelessS- old 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Thaw since her mar riage had been a guest of White and had used his automobile There is not one chance in a million of It being true said Judge Olcott Assistant District Attorney Garvan said that al though he had examined Burns in con nection with his investigation of tho ThawWhite tragedy he never had heard of Mrs Thaws rides in Whites automobile until today Burns told him nothing whatever during the ex amination concerning White haying entertained Mrs Thaw he said Mrs Thaw Talks New York July 4When the time comes I shall be only too glad to talk and tell all I shall not flinch at the ordeal nor will I break down My one thought now Is to be of service- to my husband This statement was made by Mrs Harry K Thaw Just before she was admitted to see her husband at the Tombs and is the first time she had consented to talk of her probable at titude in the coming trial of Thaw for the murder of Stanford White Mrs Thaw also denied the statement In the antemortem testimony of Valet Bedford to the effect that she was not married to Thaw abroad pre Ious to tho ceremony performed by- Re Dr W L McEwan In Plttsburg at the request of Thaws mother I was married to Mr Thaw abroad said Mrs Thaw before the ceremony in this country and I have the proof all statements to the contrary not withstanding I shall produce the proof at the trial OAI9TORIILBun tit- Bljnatirt Have Always Bought of ttuScore of Casualties Columbus 0 July 5A score of casualties marked the cerebration of Fourth here Joseph Ranck 10 who Was struck in tho abdomen by a piece of a toy cannon which exploded was the most seriously Injured Tera Tracy 10 may lose his sight ai the result of the premature explosion of a giant cracker New Heir to German Throne Berlin July 5Crown Princess Frederick William gave birth to a ion Wednesday morning Tho crown prln esa and the prince are In the best con 17I dition The babe Is strong and well formed All the public and many private buildings are decorated s WORK OF CONGRESS President 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be without it in the hou- seT1AW IN THE TOMBS Awaits the Action of Grand Jury on Charge of Murdzr 1 IS EXAMINED BY ALIENISTS r tw i orli Juno 30Harry Thaw indicted in first degree for tho murder of Stanford White pleaded not guilty when arraigned before Justice Cowing in supremo court New York June 28That Harry K Thaw the slayer of Stanford White Is perfectly sane was the report made by the alienists retained by the dis trict attorneys office This report was made after the physicians had spent an hour with Thaw who In defiance of the advice of counsel reused to answer any questions and declared that nothing short of actual force would compel him to submit to a physical examination New York Juno 27Harry Kendall Thaw of Plttsburg occupies a cell In the Tombs awaiting the action of the grand Jury on a charge of murder His ounsel will otter the defense of insanity and the prisoner was examined by eminent alienists retained on his behalf and by the district attorneys office The coroners Inquest will be held Thursday and in all probability the case will then be considered by the grand Jury when the prisoners wife will be required to appear before that body she having been served with a subpoena while in consultation at the office of her husbands counsel Every effort Is now being made by both sides to expedite the legal preliminaries so that the arraignment and trial may take place at the earliest possible date Thaw frankly admits that ho killed Stanford White the famous architect pleading in justification of the deed that White had ruined the life of his wife tho beautiful former chorus girl sad artists model Florence Evelyn NesbitThe autopsy held on Mr Whites body showed that three bullets had taken effect one in the corner of the left eye which penetrated the brain and was instantly fatal one In tho upper lip knocking out several teeth and one striking the left shoulder and lodging In the elbow Funeral services will be held on Thursday in St Bar tholomews church 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civilization la a very high one t but the approach to It la r a New England town of some two thousand inhabitant with no richman and no poor man in Itt all mlngllnc in the same society every child at the name school no poorhonsc no beggar opportuiiltlea equal nobody NewEnglandlingersGvalleys of Vermont the moment it approaches a crowd like Boston or a standthea- ttb strengthofcountrytpwation of local interest sentimentInanrroundlnga Bad the maintenance of LOCAL BUSINESS by LOCA1 TRADE + 1 rTo that end the editor of this departncnt deairea to keep in touch with the active members of Civic and Local Improvement AssociationsI and every one Interested in the improvement and the protection of ruralvillage life J andforsent and the beautifying of private lawns and public parks Are your local merchants receiving the support of the local trade ofthiscolnmnsTtIAIL ORDER BUSINESS t ENORMOUS STRUCTURES TO DE tiEIlECTEDt BY MONTGOMERY toI WARD AND COMPANY AND j r OTHERS lJ r Suggests Question Whether Giant to Catalogue Houses are Benefit or Detriment to the Farmer and then Country Generally v Chicago is to have the greatest build + lIlg the world ever constructed forcom t r i merclal purposes It will have a floor apace of 60 acresa good sized farm d ItIs to be 10 stories high including the basement and were It to be all stretched out on one floor It wouldi cover 13 of the big city blocks In the windy city It will be 900 feet In length f and 270 feet wide and will be built off steell and concrete The cost will be 2600000 The present building occupied by Mongomery Ward and Com + tans isa huge affair but Is stated to boentlrely Inadequate to the needs of this enormous mall order house and so this now pile Is to be constructed It seems to be the time of big com merlcal houses In the great centers of Ith8 country Another big firm Is to erect a building on Chicago avenue which will contain a million square feet200 feet by 800 feet Sears Roe Suck and Company Is a big Chicago business rival of the Montgomery Ward firm and has Just also been Incorpor 1 ftfjl to do business In New York with Jt capitalization of 40000000 paying i t xjie State Incorporation tax of 20000 t OFtat first i thought may make one proud of Amer t raiirbuslness Institutions but what Is rthe real effect of the success of these s I gigantic commerlcal houses upon the countrys prosperity How does their business affect the country merchant thee country banker the country town Itself and In fact the country people t who are the patrons of the great mall + order houses What creates the villager fc the town the thriving city What 1 keeps It a live and bustling center rat ther than a dead congregation of a few houses with one or two miserable stores It Is the patronage and SUI rt Is It not of the surrounding coun tfy homes Towns are bult up only when they have support from an agri cultural territory If agriculture Is the surrounding Industry which Is the t case In nine out of ten Instances But conversely the richness of the soil alone does not make the most valuable farms THE MARKET FOR PRODUCTS There must be a good market for ther farm product If the farm Is adjacent to a live growing town supporting ac- tIve and well to do people the market for the farmers products will be nc tive and the prices good If the town be a dead one he will have to turn elsewhere to dispose of his products and perhaps Incur heavy transporta tion charges In their shipment This fcict la set forth unmistakably In the i Jlastl census figures which show that In small area of te United States tthe regions where factories abounda dis 7 trict comprising but little over 10 per cent of the United statesthe value the farm lands Is over half that of 3 3ofi of the arable land In the entire Country The farms in these regions are located close to the factories jwhich afford II profItable home market O i A HUGE CHICAGO MAILORDER v STORE TO BE DESERTED ll FOR LACK OF ROOM 1 JS or all the agricultural products So that the greatest factor In land value 18 the nearness to good markets It becomes plain therefore that the bet tertho home town can be made the TOore valuable lo the farm land trtbu i iury to It In the Purely agricultural sections the average country town is located In the center of from 76 to 160 ftMuare miles of territory that is the lo5va Is supported by the trade result r P Jngfrom that area of farms Accord 1 h gO federal statistics the average J1 I farmer spends C27 a year for supplies ji V 1 ofhitI g for his family household i Ytenslls food that he does not grow Stt khn e1r farm implements etc tanNowY 5 weft tobe followed lop to the greatest good for the greatest number the farms of each agricultural area surrounding a town should support that town to their uttermost KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME Every dollar that the farmer spends In the town indirectly comes back to him in the way of benefits The town grows It supports better stores more churches better schools to which he can send his children furnishes bet ter near at hand markets for his prod ucts and finally increases the very value of his farm land As a good il lustratlon the Dry Goods Reporter as sumes that such an agricultural town has a population of 1000 its support coming from the country tributary to it The life of the town is its retail trade If It secures the entire purchas Ing business of the farmers It must of necessity grow rapidly But Mont gomery Ward and Co Sears Roebuck and Co and others of the enormous mail order houses send out their great four or five pound catalogues describ ing everything under the sun Suppose that instead of spending his COO aI year in his home town each farmer in the community diverts 60 per cent of his trade from his town and sends 300 a year to the catalogue houses it means that half of the business of the town Is gone On the basis of one hun dred or one hundred and fifty square miles of territory to support the town it can be estimated that there are five hundred farmers in the district Three hundred dollars a year In trade from each of the farmers means that one hundred and fifty thousand dollars annually is taken from the home town I ACQUAINTED MOTHER In the course of ten years thismeans one and onehalf million dollars Aver aging the profit on this amount at twenty per edit it menus tint In ton years time three hundred thousand dollars profits are taken from the town Now on the other hand should the farmer instead of sending away his money to the foreign place for goods he requires give all his trade to the home town Its business would be Im mediately doubled and with twice the employment for the people Year af ter year the profits made by the mer chants would be retained in the town would seek investment in starting new industries and at the end of the ten year period Instead of a town of one thousand there would bo a lively city of from two to three thousand and every acre of farm laud within the trado radius of the town would be en hanced in value from ten to twenty dollars ENRICHING THE BIG CITIES It can be plainly figured out that the I individual farmer who divert half his trade to Chicago New York or some other foreign city In the course of ton years would send away three thousand dollars If it were possible that he could save ten per cent on this amount In ten years time he would save three hundred dollars Ills only compensation would be a dead home town poor schools a poor home market and no Increase In the value of his real holdings On the other hand by giving his patronage to the home town even though he must pay the merchant ten per cent more than tho foreign house tho result would be like this On account of Increase In farm values one hundred and sixty acres of land worth ten dollars more per acre sixteen huh dred dollars or thirteen hundred dol lars better off in ten years than If he gave half his patronage to the foreign concern His homo town Is a lively one all public Improvements all modern conveniences high schools to which he could send his children cheaply good churches good roads and everything that can add to thecorn fort and happiness of Its residentsI and those who reside near Withstanding that the farmers land is bebutJ r oils of tho town will pay tho burden of taxation and the amount of each tax payar will bo JOSH in proportion to carry on government IS THE SAVING A REAL ONE While the country household in lookingl over one of tho big catalogues and sending an order for GO worth of goods may be able to figure out an Immediate saving of five or six dollars even after they have paid the freight there is no question as to the final out come If the practice Is persisted In by all the people of any particular locality The home town will suffer the home market will fall to Increase If it docs not decrease as will also the value of the farm lands Undoubtedly the catalogue houses can sell goods cheaper than the average country store for they do a cash business you send on your cash with your order There Is no risk In the cata logue or mall order house business Possibly If you arranged to do business on the same basis with your country merchantcash down with your pur chaseyou could get almost uo favor able prices But the country merchant Is supposed to extend credit to everyone he linn bud hills which ho never collects and consequently must make a greater percentage of profit on the things ho sells Every community which is imbued with the spirit of building up its own industries and of supporting its home town with local pride is sure to bo the most prosperous there can be no gain saying this fact THE HOME GARDEN The Story of the Boy and His Little Plot of Ground At the age of five every boy Is by instinct a gardener If guided by opportunity example and Intelligent dl rcctlon he will dig plant and develop an Interest In growing things lacking these the call of mother nature leads to mud pies Given a square yard of mellow ground a tiny hoe and a hand ful of beans a healthy five yearold boy will have a combination that excels anything yet designed in nature study From five to ten tIle world begins to dawn Ho looks up and out he sees and imitates but does not reason Ho should play without hindrance If tho square yard of ground be enlarged to a rod the handful of beans to a collection of seeds the kinds for sale In the grocery stores are best as these have brilliantly colored pictures on the pack ages and the boy learns thereby what manner of a thing he Is to expect this square rod will be tho play ground to a surprising extent He may not plant the kinds you ex pect or want him to plant as his view point Is different from yours It is un wise to insist on any given plan Let this garden be his own If it has been entirely to carrots or cabbage let It re main carrots and cabbage for they are more to him than your choice variety It Is unwise to expect careful pains uGETTING WITH EARTH would estate taking effort and constant care from a boy of this age encourage it but do not compel It Ho can be taught by example nil of tho needs of plant growth but his hoe- Ing and weeding may be superficial If you ask him he will allow you to dig In his garden to loosen the soil deeper than his strength permits It Is wise to do this for there must be carrots and cabbage to harvest or there will be no play ground hero next year If the boy of five has been allowed the run of a garden If at eight he hit a garden of his own at ten he will love gardening and will have absorbed nu amazing store of knowledge and to him may be Imparted at this age in way and manner that will awaken tho tho purest and best that is in him the mystery of life A pumpkin plant on a compost heap sending its vigorous shoots over the weeds climbing where It cannot creep thrusting its snake like head through the garden fence Is a thing of wonder to a boy if he Is but taught to see it and when its great golden blossoms appear there is a still greater wonder unfoldedBoys twelve and fourteen may de sert the garden for the ball fIeld or the fishing rod and it IB well they should for tho serious time of Ufo is coming soon and play days should bo as many and long as school and home duties will permit But a garden for a boy at this ago may be a greater factor In his training for lifo than at any other for by tIlls time the root of all evil has entered his soul ho has learned that money is essential In order to procure the many things a boy must have and the garden which to this time has been a recreation field a place of won derful possibilities in the way of good things to eat and pumpkins for Jacko lanterns may be a most fertile field1 of revenue Whatever the crop the proceeds should be wholly his own if lie hasI produced the crop wholly by his own efforts There Is but one way that lie can learn the value of money and t ia la by warning Jt The wise use o money must also be learned but tha- is II outside the sphere of gardening JVom address of Prof Cranefjeld W1Q Ar College t BE A HOMECROFTER Learn by going Work Together Give every Man a Chance THE SLOGAN OP THE HOMECROPTBRS IS Every Child In n Cnrdcn Every Mother in u Homeurufl and bull vidual Industrial Independence for Every Worker in n Howe ol hia Owu on the Lund A little croft we owneda plot of corn thymeAndPlucked while the church bells rang their earliest chimes Hordsivorth The Citizen standing In the doorway of his homecontented on his threshold his family gathered about his hearthstone while the evening of a well spent day closes In scenes and theNrTlCksThe slums and tenements of the our fnst Increasing population In In great cities are social dynamite cer dividual homes on the land home thetllill1 occupant where every worker and his only safeguard against sues lungers family can enjoy Individual Industrial Is to plant the multiplying millions of Independence George H Maxwell EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY GBIOOHECRDFTS I THE FIRST BOOK XHOMECROFTERS HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED AND AMONG ITS CONTENTS ARE THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OF ABSORBING INTEREST The Brotherhood of Man Charity that is Everlasting The Secret of Nippons Power Lessors of a Great Calamity The Sign of a Thought This book Is the first of n Series that will Chronicle the Progress of the 1l0 KCIIOFT MOVEM ENT and Inform all who wish to cooperate with It how they may do so through till formation of localI Homucroftors Circles Clubs or Gilds to promote Town nnil Village Betterment stlmu late homt civic pride mid loyalty to home Institutions Industries and trade Improve methods and facilities of udu cation In the local public schools am create new opportunities At Home that will go fur to cheek the drift of trade and population to the titles The first Gild of the nomecroften has beet established at Wntertown Massachusetts The Glldhall Shops and Gardens are located nt HJ Mall Street where the Garden School Is now fully organized und over one hundred children are at work In the Gardens The departments for train ing In Homecraft and Village Industries ore being Installed The Weavers are already at work at the looms It Is not designed to build here ui Isolated Institution but to make u model which can be duplicated In any town or village In the country Copies ofTHE FIRST BOOK Ol THE HOMECROFTERS can b obtained by sendinG twelve two cont stamps with your name and address carefully and plainly written to The Homecroftors Gild of the Talisman 143 Main St Watortown Massachusetts There Is New Hope and Inspiration for every Worker who wants n Home of his own on the Land In the CREED AND PLATFORM OF THE IIOMECROKTEKS which Is as fol lowsPeace has her victories no less renowned than war EDUCATION COOPERATION OPPORTUNITY HOMECROFTS Wo believe that the Patriotic Slogan of the Whole People of this Nation should be Every Child In a Garden Every Mother In a Ilomecroftand In dUldual Industrial Independence foi Every Worker In n Home of his Own on the Land and that until he owns such a Horne the concentrated purpose and chief Inspiration to labor in the lire of every wage worker should be his determination to Get an Acre nnJ Live on it We believe that the Slums and Tenements and Congested Centers ol population In the Cities are a savagely deteriorating social moral and polit kill Inlluciice and that a great public andsthe whole power of the nation and the states exerted for the betterment of all the conditions of Rural Life nlld Soaclal oath Civic Lift in Country and Suburban Towns stud Villages whet Trade and Industry cult be HO thinly anchored that they cannot be drawn into the Commercial Maelstrom thatt is now steadily sucking Industry nUll Humanity into the Vortex of the Great Cities We believe that every Citizen hIi this Country has an inherent and Fundamental Right to an Education which will train him to Earn a Liv lag and If need be to get his living strnlght from Mother Earth old that ho has the same right to the Opportun ity to have the Work to Do which will1t afford him that living and to earn not only r cor ortuble livelihood but enough more to enable him to be u Homccrofter and to have n Home ol his Own with ground around 111 sufficient to yield him and his fanny a Living from the Land as the reward for his own lobo We believe that the Public Domain Is the most precious heritage of th people oath the surest safeguard the nation has against Social Unrest Disturbance or Upheaval and that the Cause of Humanity and the Preserva flan of Social Stability and of our Free Institutions demand that the absorp tlon of the public lands Into specula tive private ownership without settle meat be forthwith stopped and that the nation should create opportunities for Homccrofters by building Irriga reclaimfgivtevery man e Land a chance to get It We b lIeetllltt as a Nation we should be Jless Makinrg r L i L i rS Money and should pay more heed to raising up anti training Men who will be LawAbiding Citizens that the wel fare of our Workers Is of more con sequence than the mere accumulation I of Wealth and that Stability of Na tional Character and of Social and Business Conditions Is of greater Im portance to the people of this country as a whole than any other one ques tion that Is now before them timid we believe tint the only way to Preserve such Stability told to Permanently Maintain out National Prosperity Is to carry Into Immediate effect and operation the Platform of the Talis tuna which Is us follows EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT AND HOMES ON TIlE LAND 1 That children shall be taught gardening and homecraft In the public schools and that Homecraft and Garden Training Schools shall be established by county municipal state and national governments where every boy and every vial out of work who wants employment where he can gate that knowledge can learn how to make a home and till the soil and get his living straight from the round and where every boy would be taught that his first aim In life ownet on the laud BUILD HOMECROFTS AS NATION AL SAFEGUARDS 2 That the New Zeahuui system of Lund Taxation and Land Purchase and Subdivision and Advances to Settlers Act shall be adopted In this country to the end that laud shall be subdivided Into small holdings In the hands of those who will till It for n livelihood and labor timid occupation in the creation of homecrafts which will be perpetual safeguards against the political evils and social discontent resulting from the overgrowth of cities and the sufferings of unem ployed Wit ge etirners PROTECTION FOR THE AMER ICAN IIOMECROFT 3 That Rural Settlement shall be encouraged and the principle of Protection for the American Wageworker and his Home applied directly to the Home by the Exemption from Taxa tion 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 owner occupies as a permanent home and sofprovides therefrom all or part of the support for a family ENLARGEMENT OF AREA AVAILABLE FOR HOMEMAKING 4 That tho National Government as part of a comprehensive nation al policy of Internal Improvements for river control and regulation and for the enlargement to the utmost possible extent of time area of the country available for agri culture land Homes on the Lund and for the protection of those Homes from either Hood or drouth shall build not only levees and revetments where needed and drainage works for the reclamation of swamp and overflowed lands but shall also preserve existing forests reforest denuded ureas plant new forests and build the great reservoirs 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 ARID LANDS 5 That the National Government shall build the Irrigation works necessary to bring water within reach of settlers on the arid lands the cost of such works to be repaid to the govern ment by such settlers In annual In thatethe construction of the great Irrigation works necessary for the utilization of the waters of such largo rivers as the Columbia the Sacramento the Colo ratio time Rio Grande and the Missouri and their tributaries shall proceed as rapidly as the lands reclaimed will be utilized In small farms by actual settlers and homemakers who will re pay the government the cost of con structlon 6f the Irrigation works and that tha amount needed each year for construction as recommended by the Secretary of the Interior shall be made available by Congress as a loan front the general treasury to the Re clamation und and repaid from VpC x h lands reclaimed UB required by the National Irrigation Act SAVE THE PUBLIC LANDS FOR 11OMISMAKERS 0 That not another acre of the pri lie lands shall ever hereafter bo granted to any state or territory for any purpose whatsoever or to nay one other than an actual settler who lia built his home on the land tumid lived on It for live years and that no mono land scrip of any kind shall over In Issued and that the Desert Lund Luis and the Commutation Clause of the Homestead Law shall be made to cot form to the recommendations of tho Public Lands Commission appointed by President Roosevelt and of the Message of the President to Congress PLANT FORESTS AND CREATE FOREST PLANTATIONS 7 That the Timber and Stone Law publicpermanent Forest Reserves the title to the land to be forever retained by the National Government stumpage only of matured timber to be sold utul 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 lands und the planting of new forests create In every state National Forest Plantations from which through all the years to come a sufficient supply of wood and timber can be annually harvested to supply the needs of tine people of each state 1romhe Forest Plantations In that stateCONTROL AND USE OF THE GRA NG LANDS 8 That all iiiuocated public lands not otherwise reserved shall be re served trout location or entry under any law except the Homestead Law and shall be embraced In Grazing Re serves under the control of the Secre tart of Agriculture who shall be em powered to issue annual Licenses to graze stock In said Grazing Reserves but such licenses shall never be issued for a longer period than one year on agricultural lands or live years on grazing lands and all lands classified as grazing lands shall be subject to reclassification the end of every live years that no leases of the public grazing lands shall ever be made by the National Government and that the area of the homestead entry shall never under only circumstance be en larged to exceed 100 acres RESERVE STATE LANDS 1 FOR HOMESTEAD SETTLERS 9 Tint the public land states shall administer the state lands under u system similar to and In harmony with the national public In ml system above outlined and that each state shall enact a State Homestead lAw for the settlement of lands owned br the state and that state lands ahull be disposed of only to actual settlers under such law and that all state lands shall at all times romulu open to Homestead Entry UNITED OWNERSHIP OF LAND AND WATER 10 That It shall be the law of overt state and of the United States that beneficial use Is the basis the meas ure and the limit of all rights to water including riparian rl htr mid that the right to the use of water for Irrigation shall Inhere In and be appurtenant to the land Irrigated so that the ownership of the land mid the water shall be united and no right to water as a speculative commodity ever be acquired held or owned THE COMING PEOPLE Outward changes economical and political more or less marked are always going on In the forms timid organizations of society But today ono cat make a specially strong argument that great and radical changes are Im pending No one cat believe Unit existing conditions will continue In a world where all things move and change Waste extravagance political corruption fierce mercantile rivalries colossal monopolization of wealth and of the Industrial plants of the world musses of dreary poverty these art natural subjects for profound Ipatri otic and humane concern Is not tho old social and industrial machinery the competitive or wage system show lug signs of breaking down beneath its load The question Iis quite fair whether tally system is Just that permits liulN vlduals to roll up Immense fortunes us time result of lucky speculations or of the rise of land values about a great city that permits other individuals to inherit almost unlimited money power as men once Inherited duchies and kingdoms while millions of working men with small wages live close to the danger Hue of debt or oven of cold and starvation and are liable to be thrown out of employment for month at a time When In the face of natural wealth never so abundant and forces of pro duction augmented Indefinitely by science and Invention so many almost full to reap any benefit train the resources which surely belong to the race It must nt least he confessed that our present system both of production and of distribution is not intelligently or humanely managed Its results do not represent nn Ideal democracy a brotherhood of manFrom Time Coming People by Chas F Dole It behooves everyone who has eyes to see anti ears to hear and a brain with which to think to study the tre mendous social problems with which we are face to face today Whether they are settled right or wrong will affect every member of the community No one can escape the evils that will result from n wrong settlement and everyone will be bone fitted by a right settlement Nothing Is more important than that we should get started right There Is guidance and Inspiration In every line of THE COMING PEOPLE by Chins F Dole In order to bring this book within the reach of all n popular edition has Just been Issued by the Homecroftera Gild of the Talisman which can be had for 25 cents postage Included Remit by pORtal moue order express money order or postage stomps touTHE HOMECROFTERS 143 Main St Watertown Mass i J y tt EKRON Held from last week JO Htith Gnstou spent Snnda ere with his family Mr Joe Smith and wife were the r aeets of Dr and Mrs Stith Sunday Mrs Tom Payne returned to his f ounfin Brandenburg Thursday after waiiing several days with her lighter Mrs Proo Dowell i Mrs Dan Sbacklette left Friday for Its Point where she will remain imeMuie the guest of her son Dr 141 ode Shaoklette I u Mr and Mrs Geo Frymtre spint iday with their brother W M Fry lirei They will leave about 10th of f ijs month tor their home in Hot priDrfa ArK Miss Lilla Owings Miss I3e- lltIaaklett 1 and Mr Harry Harringto- ended the ice cream supper at Gust v i Saturday night 4jilre lien J Carrico and son AUi4 trew viated Mr and Mrs Jim Jones oi ack Grove SundayIMisses Powels of Oklahoma spentt ayeial days last week with then n nlbeI Bob Dowell fcey Bennett filled his regular ap niment here Sunday afternoon aft a I WiseI Lula SherlocK spent Sunday ath her mothjorMra Mollie Sherlock ear Gnstontf l Mr Geo A Neafus of Oklahoma rolativeean4I d riends t Miss Nellie Childs visited Miss Mttne Board Saturday and Sunday Mr Henry Sherlock and Miss Bessie aftorr i tim Lampkin near Buck Grove May sttocees and happiness follow them through life Bro Frank Kennedy left Monda mh his family for Liberty Missouri I hero he expects to enter school and I A l bettor prepare himself for the Minis try Mr Frank Board and sister Miss t r Lillie of Brandenburg spent Sunday tt Katiet1 I tII Quite a number from here attended t A the Mass meeting held in Brandenburg laLtSaturday Our town JS b3comlng I veep much interested in this great tem trance work and I trust that Uod 1711 put it into the hearts of Meade bounty people to make it the banner ty for temperance nley Brown has been very much Uposed durIng the last week but is ter Miss Maggie Squires who has pending sometime with her sister i n Westt Pointcame home Saturday even jug Mr and Mrs Proo Dowell visited their parents Mr and Mrs Bob Dow 11 Sunday afternoon Protracted meeting begun at the Baptist church here Monday night Rev English is assisting Bro Shack itte in this work T6m church ordained two of their worthy young men Mr Frank nedy and Mr Gus Neatus on last eeday Thia makes three ministers the gospel from his church in a ear which is a splendid record and inch to be tnankful tor Miss Marie Willett and Miss Julia d of Elizabethtown are pleasant itors to our town the guests ofI- I Bettte U JEUchaidson and Mrs Mb Richardson Saved Ills Comrades Life bile returning from the Urand y Encampment at Wasnlngton V a comrade from Elgn 111 was nwith cholera morons and eras ii- d in Titicaf condition says Mr J E L gaveQbamberlalnd rrhoea Remedy and believe saved life I have boon engaged for to- reI in immigration work and con cted many parties to the south and let I always carry this remedy and ve nsed it successfully on many oo lone Sold by Severs Drug Co verport I v TAR FORK quire Frank Rtnppert is ill Roy Tabelintr of Philpot Davieen j linty u he guest of his uncles Frank and Alberta I tI a art Marlow Palf Mflast week and was at the Tar pVlugs July 4 JtflsaBeulah Rice spent last week atJTordiville wltb her brother Sams x f llpilyYrandMrs Will tIaponof gab spent last Saturday night and- nday with her father Rev 0 LI = STAIAxOr A YovHavi Always iBwiit 04 I o 4 i ib far t- t A aYr GoH and her sister Mrs T H Chancellor also attended singing an I Sunday school at Cave Springy Ir Mr and Mrs Wm Min us Ball town visited their daughter Mrs Lawrence Keenan recently Wid Taul came up trom Magar Tuesday to attend the picnic at the Tar Springs and stopped with his brother Arch Mr ana Mrs Brady McCool o r Evansville Ind spent last weeK wither hI sister ore Jess Weatherholt aut I were at Tar Springs the 4th Singing school at Cave Spring closetI last Sunday Mr Fuqua the teacher will teach another term here of twelvi lessons beginning next Saturday Thu pastorate is yet vacant at CaveI Spring On account of small attend postponementnMrs Clint Frank of Evansville Ind Miss Frank of Owensboro an- dMrsof Carmi Ill and other fromed a house party at the home ol Mrand MrsJas Keenan last week and attended the poinic at Tur Springs Rev J T Keenan will preach atI Cave Springs church Wednesday July 11 Bowell Complaint In Children During these summer months child ren are aubjeot to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful I attention as soon as the first nnnatnra1 looseness of the bowela appear The best medicine in use for Dowel com plaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it promptlyy controls any unnatural looseness of the bowels For sale by fevers Drug Co Cloverport GARFIELD Held froiJast week ofyHardinsburg are guests of the Misses MattinglyLittle wey Triplett who has been visiting in Cloverport for several weeks has returned home Mrs Olivia TKtworth spent Satur day and Sunda with her sister Mrs Philip Snider Miss Anna Jones is a guest of her aunt Ms F M Board Mrs Henry Colllnaworthof Illinois is visiting her sister near here George Gray of Owensboio was here a few days of last weeK C D Waleof Excelsior Springs Mo who has been visiting relatives for the past week returned nome last Saturday well pleased with his visit He says the country has changed lint thenDave Wallaionr teacher for this fall was here Sunday a guest at George Johnsons George McCoy died June 80 and was buried at Freedom July 1 He leaves a wife one sister and several brothers to mourn his loss Mrs Taylor Compton Edgar and Miriam of Raymond toere visitors here Saturday and Sunday J F Morton and wife of Clover port are guests at tier fathers Shelby TriplettMrs Amanda Scott who has been visiting her daughter Mr Geo Gray of Owensboio is home again Misses Glen Johnson Katharine Mattingly and Mary Leigh Gregory were visitors of Agnes McGili in Hardinsbnrg Saturday Rev Cunditf filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday his time expires with bis next appointment the first Sunday in July Rev Bozarth who has been living in Indiana tor several years has moved back to his home at this plane Mr and Mrs T P Richardson entertained their parents and a num ber of their ffienda to dinner Sunday in honor of his twentysixth birthday A bountiful dinner ana an enjoyable himnmany many more such happy occa sionILittle Russell Lee Tabor the only child okTrumnn and Dossie Tabor died June 25 and was burned at Gar field by the side of hIs little brother Burn who preceded him to heaven two years ago Our sympathy is ex tended to the parents in this sad be reavement but God who doeth all thiiigs well hath left his hope with all Mrs Edmonla Nail of Zadoe Mo is here the guest of her sister Mrs William Nichols whom she had not qeea tor fortyeight years She is one tif the Home Comers and says this is oleo of the most pleasant events of I her life The Original Foley Cp Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the gpnataeAek for Foleys Hooey and Tar and refuse any sub sUtqte offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest tor children and delicate persona Sold by A R Fisher Clover portJ 1hP 1 hedt r- r t I y RAMd FORENOON Brookonridge County Sunday School I Convention to be held at Constantine July 14 1000 Song by choir Prayer Welcome Adddress Jamea White 3 Association WorkTo P Henderson 2 Advantage of Regular Attendenc In the Sunday SohoolR T Hosklnson Disadvantages of Irregular Attend ance in the Sunday SchoolJ T Harrington How to Awaken Deeper Interest In the Parent in Behalf of the Sunday choolRev J W Hobkinson Some Hinderances to the Snnda School WorkS 0 Dowell The Mothers in tbo Sunday School Mrs B A Hunter SchoolfZ T Hoskinson AFTERNOON Song by choir PrayerAn Around Sunday School M V Lyon The Methods of Teaching Rev Cut Bnokhanan The Characteristics of a Standacd Sunday School Bettie Taylor Principles of TeachingJoe Lyon The Scholars Giving Joe Trent Why Have a Sunday School 3 C Dowell The Young Men In the Sunday School Rev B A Hunter Official Business Collection Announcement Sons m Adjournment Bettie Taylor District Sec A GUARANTEED CURL FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Pllas Druggists are authorized to rotund money lIIf PALO OINTMENT falls to cure In 6 toll Days 50c Mrs C W Fletcher and Miss Lizzl- Blake returned Sunday from u visit near Owonsboro Cured of Brights Disease Mr Robert U Burke Elnora N Y writes Before I started to use Foleys Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a night and was nil bloated up with drops- and my eyesight was so impaired could scarcely see one of my family across the room I had given up hop of living when a friend recommended Foleys Kidney Cure One 60 can I bottle worked wonders and before had taken the third bottle the dropsy had gone as well as all other aymtom- of Blights disease sold by A R Fisher IN AUTO ACCIDENT Nile of CommanderlnChlef Tapncr- U I I Killed Helena Mont June 30Mrs James Tanner wife of the commanderln thief of the Grand Army was killed here in an automobile accident Mr and Mrs Tanner s flved here the former being on a visit of Inspection to the Montana department of the Grand Army With Mrs J K Toole wife of the governor and General Lester Wilson of Bozeman they made up an automobile party On the way to Fort Harrison while going at a fairly swift rate along a narrow road the chauffeur turned out to make room for a freight wagon The road runs along an embankment and the automobile ran off the edge turning over and throwing the occupants out MM Tanner struck the ground first and Mrs Toole and General Wilson fell on her Mrs Tanner was taken immedi ately to a hospital dying just as she reached there The others were not seriously hurt 0 NOT A CANDIDATE President Roosevelts Apt Reply td a Western Admirer Colorado Springs Col June 29 W A Conant of this city who was a delegate from New York to the first national Republican convention more than fifty years ago recently wrote a letter to President Roosevelt asking lfJ1e intended being a candidate for the presidency at the expiration ofhla present term Mr Conant has just re coved the following reply from Wil liam Loeb jr the secretary to Jta president The president thank eu for your letter of the 17th Instant and cordially appreciates your kind expres sions concerning himself He says however that you will have to vote for some other Republican candidate next time Disorders Among Troops St Petersburg June 27 Dispatches from Vladikavkaz Caucasia report tho outbreak pf disorders among the trqppa forming the garrison there Mutlnqua irtjllerymen bombarded tho officers club where a dance was in progress wth stones and also fired some ShOtllI causIng a panic among the dancers One woman was wounded Delegates from all tho regiments participated IIa groat popular meeting where a res lutlbn was alopted to the effect that In case of An antiJewish outbreak which it was rumored was likely to oc cur tho troppa would defend tho cltl sons against the Black Hundreds Mil tary discipline at Vladlkavkaz has gone to the winds Soldiers have openly insulted General Zhevualskl the commandant in the streets It J1o r o7i i 1 t t L Aio 6 T siTlie a itJ tf TOUCHINGADDRESS Delivered to Meade County Nome Com ers by Wm Ash craft FollewHomecomers As the chosen representative and spokesman of the good people of Meade County and of the town of Brandenburg it youytheir hearty welcome and to welcome you back to your Old Kenutcky Home as you are bone ot our bone and blood of our blood we feel more than an ordinary interest in you and in your behalf we rejoices over your return as the father rejoice over the return ol long absent sons and daught ors It is a day of happiness and plea sure for us and we are determined that it must and shall be a day of nappinesa and pleasure for you For get for the time being I entreat youth anxiety and concern which you may feel for tne bnisness you left be hind you Forget and banish from your minds all solicitude for the well fare of the homes you have lett in order to be here and remember you are now once again in the land of your birth and to home of your child hood not a airy land T grant you not a paradise on earth neither is it a land that flows with milk and hone but a land that has for you my friem rt peculiar significance associate with is hills and its valleys are some ot your most cherished memories and pleasing recollections Here is where you first meet that proud beau tiful bright eyed Kentucky girl who wifeeana who with matchless womanhood and characteristic fortitude has many years sympathized with you in your reverses and rejoiced with you in your successes Here is where some of you other ones who were inclined to the military when the dark cloud of Civil War hung over our nation left your friends and loved ones and incbingIbravery went forth some to wear graysThese are the same old hills to whi h agoIyour fortunes Tnis is the same old yoususe to come an go haolE home think ing it one of the finest towns in the whole universe And now after yeas of absence some of you in populous and flourishing cities of the East farIof the cold North and others still from the tropical clime of our beauti ful and beloved South and you have coue back to the old homestead to once agian ere you die meet and greet friends and loved onVof days gone by We greet you my friends with fraternal love With nnflgned pleasure we grasp your hand and with hearts full to overflowing with joy we bid you welcome thrice wel come not only to the home of your venerated ancestors not only to the land of your birth and the home ot your childhood but we bid you wel come to your Old Meade County HomeA great many of you have just re turned from that great gathering of Kentuckians in the City of Louisville anti I am satisfied all of you who at tended that gathering appreciate the reception tendered you as that was a gathering of Kentuckians tlO is this a gathering of Meade County Kentuckians Meade County has no great Armory building in which to receive you She has no beautiful parks in which to entertain you The town ot Brandenburg has no splendid street car system by which to transport you Bnt thanks be to providence she has that which Is better She has people whose hospitality can not be surpassed by that of any people on the face of the earth Some other people may have finer accommodations for entertaining you but none have big ger hearts or more lovo for their friends and I assure you that if th sun does not shine bright in our Ol Kentucky Home on this your Home Coming Day It is not the fault o the Meade County People Permit me on oehalf of the good people of Meade County in conclusion to in dulge the hope that as you go back to your various homes of adoption a halo of health and happiness may en circle round about may toe Qoddess of plenty waive her mystic wand and Cornn Copia o ver the head or every txMeade Countian and may you live in peace may you be worthy sons of noble sires and sustain the proud name ot your honored ancestry and each stand high on the nonor rule of your respective communities and counties and may your demurrer and department in life ever be such as to not only reflect credit upon the good old County pf Meade but shed new and additional lustre on the fair name of your beloved fatherland 410k1 Kentucky Jlj i naJ t j n SG5 HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which bomeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first bndthird Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rates to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1100 l IL do ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 144 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville 725 A M No I143 flatly Mall ana express leaves Clo vetportt43A11l stops at Ill way stations I arrives Louisville 135 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 443 p Woo stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 35 p m Cloverportaccommodation WEST BOUND Cioverportaccommodatloleaves villa 800 a m expressleavesHawesvilie I jwlsport Macro Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 710 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p in Stops at all stations No U5dally St Louis fast train leaves Cia verport 1111 PM arrives Evansvlllol35 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvilie Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains U5andI U6 between Louisville aLd St Louis Fordsrille Branch EAST ROUND Train No 2 daily except Sunday leaves Fordsvllla430 zt yes lrvngton 840 am Train No4 Daily except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvlngton 520 p tii Train No 8 Sunday only fordsvlllo630a m Irvlngton 603 am WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 am arrives Fordsvllle 845 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 650 p m arrives Fordavllle P2So ni ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR Reduced Rate Excursions TO Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip rates to points inMISSISSIPPILOUISIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TEUIUTORY OK LAI1051A and TEXAS on the tlrst and third Tuesdays ot each montll Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Ari zona and TexasFull Particulars had ot Homo Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville HOWES 1 pRlCpj dlSSEs SOnETHING NEWI styleMadesighted and farsighted glasses nearC Cost no more than the old style and are su perior in every way WE OUARANTEEC them and will promptly refund money If youlIathis paperand well tell you how to get a pair of TORICOIO GLASSES that will re lieve your trouble If Its not Incurable T J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY PRESS TIU BUTTON The SJmplettlIratf tlUndleit and only Perfect SiiflUInj Pen No glass Suet no isle to ipUl no dogging ahakinge Toualmplyprusthebnuonud pealacI ftfpaper Eagle15 Flash Nosf with 14 karat wad gold pea point finett vulcanize rubber and fully guaranteed a1e FIaah No 2S withgoMbande250Earl No26laraulz300 with gold Lands 400 Id by SaaIud Other Store Ark YOUR DEALER line EagleFLASH end the retail price direct to III Each per absolutely par anteedEagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway Nw York C vt ll Jl a W F PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTIIAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law a Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hardy at each term in February May and October For Sale Horses and Mules I 1 aged mule cheap Three Jennets all bred Two Jenny colts Willsellor trade Terms easy BEARD BROS Hrdlnsburg Kirk StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high fabrics Clothes madegrade methods Fit guar anteed Moderato prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May it Co Cannelton Ind A iWA HDeHMOORMANIAttorney at Law- tlARDlNSBURO KY theCourtsties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to CourtsOffice LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET COtI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans yule- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednei 1 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 shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville Jl 75 Clovorport to Evansville l5Cloverport to Owensboro 7fl Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154156r584thet V3Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON SllDt Sour StomachNo n nmfc ness hudchl constipation bad brunt general debility sour risings and catanfc of tho stomach art all due to Indlgeailal Kodol cures Indigestion This new dltotv try represents the natural Juices of dig lion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with tho greatest knows toaAa and reconstructive properties Kodol Dre pepsla Curo does not only cure Indlroitlta and dyspepsia but this famous remsdr Euros all stomach troubles by cleansJof purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomtok Mr S 3 Ball of lUvtaiwood W Vs tarsiN I wu troubled with tour atomech for ttraetr rrICodol cured ms and ws arIOW using It Y std s for baby Kodol Digests What You Eat XUesoolf S 100 Sits holding ell times the tor size which Mil for 50 sins Pr ard by It 0 DWITT 41t 00 OHI0AS1 Chintz fioyalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost rYour Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky t U2 n11 i y At J 1 w titz I r tiw3p v tI c y ri y I ti TO BREED RESISTANT PLANTSI Crops Proof Against Insects or Disease Can Be Grown by the Farmer GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL too greatest foes nnfarmersI IThe and plant diseases lie canI II by a proper rotation of crops and tit fertilization convert a poor into a rich 11sol1 and he can stimulate plant groyjL by plenty of fertilization By the J same process ho can keep down the weeds which rob his crops of nourish mont and moisture He can to a great 1extenti overcome with but little 1 trouble nil the various smaller hln drancos to crop growIngall but the I areIf t ag to profou Indifferent to their attacks Not many years ago they wore L I expected not the loss dreaded espe I dally the blights and the rots and the mildews they were the natural visita I eons of providence There was no I theyII i that they might not come that year E Now science has shown us that they can In most cases be overcome If f not overcome they can bo prevented j Yet the process is often fraught with gnat trouble and expense to the farmer Now suppose a man could develop a strain of plants so hardy that bllplits and rust would pass them b- In disgust and so bitter and unsavory for a bug that the hymenoptera the nileiptera and the other toughs of the insert trust would pass by and I rcft r to eat oak and hickory leaves s It would be a cinch for that man ti wmild it not He could sit in the IiMlp and hire myrmidons to do his work directing those cloe at hand in person and those at a distance by telephone Such a condition may be po siip The man who gets in first would lip the one to sit in the shade and rrp the advantage Eventually we would all get on to the scheme t nail unloss the population of the world InrreacM with accelerated rapidity r there would be an overproduction of food products and prices would eventu ally Ret bark to their present level SO that wo would all have to work again The Department of Agriculture and some of the experiment stations have been working along this line of se Irctlng restatant plants with the Ide- aL of at least giving the enterprising American farmer a good big start In the apgregnte enormous crop lone millions and millions are by the att Irks of Insets and ricauseddiseases In dry weather In nre pprtlruhirly abundant and weather plant diseases flour tab while in average weather both do the best they can to gather the crop ahead of the farmer Many plant dig OdeS and Insects can be controlled by the various poisons sprays and cul tural methods already discovered butI for some as for example the rust of wheat peach yellows cloverseed fly etc satisfactory remedies have not yet been discovered Some instances may be cited to show Just what is meant by resistant or im mime varieties and their value Grapes furnish a striking example Euro pean grapes planted in this country fall wherever the American graperoot louse Is present because the louse is able to attack and destroy the roots of those varieties The roots of na live American grapes are also attacked by the same louse but are so hard and wiry that the louse can not destroy thom In other words they are re ulstant The unusual resistance of the Keif t fer pear to blight has made it pos Bible to grow this pear in the South ern States where most other varieties fall because of blight The va riety of cowpea known as Little iron has proved so resistant to wilt disease that in some fields It has survived when nil other varieties have been lulled American gooseberries are but little subject to the mildew which Piously affects the larger English seII rieties when grown here With nearly I every crop grown some of Its vari eties are more resistant or Immune t- oE some disease or Insect attack than othersSome varieties of the same plant 1are but little affected by a disease while others aro badly injured Va t nations In this respect also extend to individual plants of a given variety These facts have been utilized to I some extent In the origination of the vnrioue socalled diseaseproof val rletles which have been introduced into cultureas for example the rustproof varieties of wheat oats etc As a rule however these varieties have not been developed by any systematic scientific methods of selection j and breeding and although a j few show merit most of them have c not measured up to the claims mad- etorWemTpeita e however served t Y J1 a 00 I l r a very useful purpose in turning the thought of scientific and practical menus well In the direction of the de velopment ot diseaseresistant varieties with results which promise to prove of great practical utility POTATOES During recent years the disease re sistance of potatoes especially has re ceivea attention by several of the agricultural experiment stations In the United States notably those of Maine Minnesota and Vermont A recent bulletin of the Bureau of Plant Industry of the Department of Agricul ture prepared by L R Jones of the Vermont Station summarizes and ills cusses this work and that along slm liar lines abroad as well as the ex perlence of practical growers Summarizing the results Professor Jones draws the following tentative con elusionsDisease resistance in potatoes is relative not absolute no variety known being wholly proof against late blight and rot It seems related to general vegetative vigor and is therefore in a measure dependent upon cultural and developmental conditions and tends to decrease with the age of the variety It can be restored by originating new varieties from seed allIseedlings superior disease re sistance Early varieties may escape the die ease by maturing before It becomes epidemic but when similarly exposed they are as a class less resistant than late varieties The source of seed tubers is a mat ter of importance northerngrown seed giving plants the superior disease resistance In Europe Seed from a crop that was not too highly fertilized is probably preferable Possibly tub ers are better for seed purposes if dug before they reach full maturity High fertilization especially with nitrogenous manures lowers the power of the plant to resist both blight and rotSo far as skin characteristics are an Index the red varieties with thick and rough skin seem more resistant as a class than the thinskinned white varieties So far as stem and foliage characters are concerned the evl dence favors the stem that is hard rough and rather woody at the base anti the leaf that Is small somewhat rough and dark colored In America trials as to disease resistance havp been conducted at some of the experiment stations notably in Vermont where experiments in breed ing and selection for increased re sistance are under way These results have been correlated with information recently secured by a circular of in quiry addressed to a large number of potato specialists in the Northeastern States and in Canada From these it appears that a wide variation Is shown In disease resistance among the varieties now in cultivation in America but that no one variety is preeminent Among those which have been widely tested the following deserve men tion as of the resistant class Dakota Red Rustproof Irish Cobbler Sir Walter Raleigh Doe Pride and White BeautyIn made at the Vermont station In 1905 the following varieties Roots of Iron Cn pen Reslstnnt to Hoot Knot showed marked resistance to blight on lonmisollsKeeperRed Doe Pride and Late Bllfehtless Varieties having an upright habit of growth moderately branch oil with firm hairy medium sized leaves are much more likely to prove rMtetnntI to- late blight tllan are tka ewtk large to ea Etl9Itedta Ly smooth flabby leaves and decumbent stemsThe evidence at hand seems to justify the hope that the combined ef torts of potato specialists working irorn both Unpractical and tho scion title standpoints may soon result in lie development of varieties of pota toes combining general excellence with a high degree of disease resistance CANTALOUPE- SA recent bulletin of the Colorado Station reports tho discovery by a local grower of a rustresisting canta loupe which promises to be of im mense value to the Rockyford cantaloupe industry In this case seed of the Rockyford variety was purchased from five different seedsmen They were planted and cultivated under slm liar conditions When rust attacked the field Just before the melons began to ripen it developed rapidly and soon destroyed all tho vines except those = = =k Taylor Iron VS to Wilt and Root Knot grown from the seed of one seedsman Many of the hills from this strain of Rockyford seed remained throughout the and produced a good crop of melons obser vations in the muskmelon fields of that neighborhood also showed that wherever this strain of Rockyford seed had been used many hills were unaf fected with rust while with other strains of seed of the same the vines were all dead The investigator a quantity of seed from the rustresistant hill and planted them in comparison with ordinary seed On the rust reslstln6 hills the melons were hidden under a of vines and were large netted with thick firm llesh small seed cavity completely filled with seed On the rusted hills the plants were almost devoid of leaves and the small melons were premature Ily ripe with thin flesh open large seed cavity and practically of no market value In back the of this strain of seed it was found that some years before a seedsman had saved the first lot from a single healthy melon taken from a field of rusted vines It had therefore been developed by the process of saving seed from the best melons produced by plants vhlch withstood attacks of rust when urrounding plants were destroyed by i his disease What was thus accom by one farmer with one crop an probably be accomplished by other with the same or with other crops if they will be alert while the crops are to select and mark individual plants which show exceptional merit along the lines of pro title yield early maturity to disease or desirable and save seed separately from the plant showing such qualities Marked variations which may be profitably util ized In this way are constantly occur ring and aro evident on all farmsTho point to be emphasized is that improvements in farm crop nearly trace back to individual plants No one is in better position to notice these exceptional plants than the farmer Ho is in his fields gar den or orchard every day where these exceptional plants are produced If one plant In a rustInfected wheat field stands up green nnd free from the disease that is a plant to save seed from as the basis of a rustre sistant strain If one hill of pota toes in a blighted field unaf fected by disease seed from that hill may produce a blightresistant If a pint is found that is die to the bug seed from that hill may produce vines whh the bugs will not molest The Important fact Is that some plants are much more to dis ease and insect attacks than others It Is a question of seeing the resistant Roots of Cowpea At tnrkeil liy Root Knot plant nnd propagating from It The farmer has as great opportunity for doing this as tho seedsman The gold money of the world is 4 61 for each Inhabitant and the gold money In tits UltedilUtM Is 1033 for t111eiI kk+ Wiittsti r ly STYLES MR WBATUtiK Fashions for Term are in Harmony with ComtortB- Y UCKTHA BROWNING The summer fashions have become quito as settled as they are apt to dun ing tho season and those wardrobes which aro Just preparing have the ad vantage of being what is rather than an uncertain forecast The woman who enjoys the cool breezes of her own veranda rather than the uncertain comforts of some other may utilize many a summer morning in fashioning pretty blouses of thin material and dainty little coats of lace or lingerie fabrics It is the detail which makes up the fashionable wardrobes and any woman who is clever with her fingers may make these small garments or accessories a great deal of and u nu Black IRON COWPEA BLACK AND TAYLOR Showing Comparative Resistance green season Further variety selected healthy growth solidly watery tracing history simple pllshed farmers growing resistance other quality plainly varieties always remains variety squash tasteful squash squash resistant Wonderful WARM Heated exactly desired without expense satisfy her desire for becomingness and style Summer gowns are real summer gowns this year and Mistress Fashion seems to be more in Harmony with comfort than for some years past Waists may be elaborately inset with lace or embroidered but they nre simply made and with lacey collars or low round or Dutch square necks Everyone is wearing elbow sleeves ex cept those with scrawny arms and for them there are sheer undersleeves which conceal any number of ugly lines Gulmps too are popular fea ture this year and may be purchased reasonably in all manner of pretty styles or be made at home Some of the daintiest effects are realized in the combination of Valencinnes and swiss orlawnThe delicately colored slips are ap pearing again and under the sheer j white dresses are quite enchanting A white embroidered Swiss over a pink I slip has a deep yoke of Dutchess lace inlet with Valencinnes The skirt IsI frothy with frills and tucks of the self material and Inset and crossstrapped with Valencinnes The belt Is of palest pink chiffon ribbon Small capes are again looked upon with favor espe dally the little mantles which go with threepiece suits or those of lace or lingerie fabric which grace thin sum mer frocks The return of these is probably duo to the return of the small bolero which has appeared in all man ner of shapes and styles tho sleeves of which often resemble capelike af fairsThe long gloves which are worn with short sleeves are held up In a novel way by wristlets of elastic covered with shirred ribbon and finished at tho top with a buckle or tiny rosette of ribbon These are worn Just below the elbow or above wherever the glove Is supposed to end They hold the glove in place admirably and are a pretty addition to the toilette The fa vorite color for these bracelets Is black but any color of glove Is matched in these tiny accessories r The population of the British empire Is 400000000 and the area 11008379 square miles Tim trrentest Iron prodnclntr state In the South Is Alabama Virginia comes second Tennessee third Maryland fourth and West Virginia flfth The amount of property destroyed by fire In the United States In the last forty years is Incalculable More than one million buildings have been burned In the last ten years afterFITSnn4I Bonn enAr Germany makes more than 1700 varieties of sausages f The grape harvifcoC California Is about 760000 tonlued at 15000 000 pK fc Ink and fruit stefcst may bo removed from white lineup and 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litera Bookkeeper Mechanical DraUimin ture and helpful advice Stenographer Foreman Plumber that will surprise t Tits the Laglneerp l iJcardNATIONAL CORRBS ilIIultnlor eft roNDKNCB SCHOOLS Civil Service ArchltectJ Dtat Box 917 ScrantonP chemist tTutllcc I = Kltctrlcian- tricC v CBlMNT ltlalsLasiaca i I 1 i I 1 4 4 c AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HI1 RANK US j AND OTHERS ENDORSE PERUNA Prominent People Recom mend the Remedy y Dr Hartinans Peruna World Re nowned Catarrh Medicine A Remedy for the Grip Gen W H Parsons 925 H St N W Washington DO writes as follows Upon the recommendation of person al friends and many strong testimonials to the efficacy of Poruna in the treatment of tho humorous symptoms of tho grip with which I have been affected for four months past I have been Induced to undergo a treatment of this Justly celebrated formula r ell feel a decided change for tho bettor by its use for one week only especially in toning up tho stomach and a conse quent decided effect upon my appetite I therefore fool much encouraged that I am on the road to complete restora tion liMy numerous friends in Texas whore X have had tho honor to command a brigade of her veteran cavalry in a four year war may accept this voluntary testimonial to the merit of Poruna from Iefficacy a sense of obligation for its wonderful Peruna a Good Tonic Gen M O Butler of South Carolina writes followsI from Washington DO as I recommend Poruna for dyspep sia and stomach trouble 1 have been using your medicine for lieved a short period and I foal very much re It is indeed a wonderful medicine and besides a good tonic Colds In the Head and Throat Ohas W Bowman 1st Lieut and Adjt i 4th M S M Cav Vols writes from 1 Lanham Md as follows Though somewhat averse to patent medicines and still more averse to becoming a professional affidavit man it eeems only a plain duty in the present instance to add my experience to ther columns already written concerning the curative powers of Peruna I have been particularly benefited by Us use for colds in the head and throat- I have been able to fully cure myself of a most severe attack in fortyelglrt hours by its usn according to directions- I use it as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack Members of my family also use it for like ailments Wo are recommending It to our 11iIRVINGTON Among many of the HomQ Come to the dear old state ot hospitality is Mrs S L Music of Denver Col who left here more than twenty years ago she is now the gntst of her brother J K Branilett Mrs Thomas Ditto and children o Louisville are with her patents Mr and Mrs John Cox for a summer va cation Mr and Mrs Forrester Vanraeter nee Dolly Clay comb spent Snndaj with her father John Frank Clay combMiss Reba Liwls returned to Clover port after a pleasant visit amon friends and relatives Mr T N McUlotblan has returnedI from Dawson Springs greatly improved in health Misses Katie Lawson and Mamie Basnam of Vine Grove are the com pany of Mrs Cecil Spradlin Mrs It C Jones of Louisville is p with her sister Mrs John Frank Claycomb Mrs Maranda Adkisson left Tues slay for Moiganliold to visit her son Eddie and grand daughter for a couple of weeksJ CulUy and Lettie James of Louisville are here the guests of Mr Joe Culley Misses Lizzie and Willie Hielf op Paris Tex are with their sister Mrs John Nevitt Miss Marion Drury Harrison of Sioux City Iowa leaves today Wed nesday for her home after a charm ing visit to many relatives Misses B Ada Urury Nellie Drury Lnclle Cnnnngham Clair Jolly an Joe Piggott left Tuesday for Lake Al gonac Michigan They will be joinedI in uouisville by a number of friends and no doubt the trip will be a mostt instructive as well as delightful one Dr Helm and wife of Lexington Mr and Mm Henry Mayor Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver ot Louisville Mr and Mrs Abe Newman of Cairo 111 Mrs Brown Helm of tephen port form a happy house party at Washing ton Placei 1vMrs W J Piggott ad Mrs J R Wimp leave shortly for GravsonI TM Springs Dr Charlie Marshall and family and Mrs Charles Netherton contem plate a trip to Tar Springs very soonI Among the HomoComers that still lit1 ii Recommends Peruna to the Afflicted Brig Gen D T Kirby Washington D C writes concerning 1Poruna as follows Friends of mine having used your Peruna catarrh cure with tItsI fllcted ommend It to those who are at An Invigorating Tonic RoarAdmiral Hlchborn TJ S Navy Washington D C writes IIAfter the use of Peruna for a short I can now cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy to anyone who is in need of an invigorating tonicFor Catarrh of the Stomach Gon W W Dulllold Washington DO writes- I have used Peruna in my family and have found t a valuable medicine and take pleasure in recommending i- to t all who suffer from catarrh of the stomach or who require a tonio of efllcacy remain with us Mr J A Marshall of Belton Mo Mrs Nellie Graves sand daughter Virginia of Liberty Mo Mrs Stella Marshall i f Drexii Mo Mrs Maggie Armstrong of Son era Ky who are ejoylnt the hospi tality of Mr and Mrs U T Marshall Bro Edwin Graves in on the sick- t 1at Mies Ulaiiche Claycomb of Lon Is ville is fore to see her friends and relatives Mr and Mrs D C Heron entertained the following young people Saturday evening Mips Eva McGlothlan and Hubert Piggott of Irvington Mrs Harrison of Sionx City Iowa Miss andgMessrs Murray and Overton Blanford Everyody is pleased to note tbe im provement in the streets side walks and crossings at tbe last meeting of the town board Mr Thomas Blythe was given complete control of tbe street work and be will keep it going until1 all the streets of the town ate in excellent condition Mrs Bettie Johnson and daughter of Fordsville spent Sunday with Mrs Bolin Mr A Safer left Friday for visit to his patents at Owenton Ky Mrs W B Gardner and children spent Sunday in Stepbenspdrt Bern to tne wits of Dick SIpes Sat- E nrday July 7 girl Miss Eva Brashear Herndon lis expect ed home next week Miss Ellen Munford returns from Louisville this week Miss Nancv Pusey of Chicago is among the expected visitors very lisoon Mr and Mrs C C Smith and Master Henry Misses Reba Lewis and Nellie Smith spent several days in Louisville last week the guests of Mr Rowland Smith Miss Louise Babbage of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Clarie Jolly last Friday Miss Alma PfeIffer and Mr W Ef Brown of Louisville Mrs R S JJo Clirtick of New Albany and Miss Lida Turner of Daniel Illinois t webs the guests of Miss Mary Corn wall Sunday When you want a pleasant laxative that is easy to take and certain to act use Chamerlains Stomach and Liver tablets For sale by Severs Drag Co J Cloverporti SenAMLegg E Wash writes desire have am to DEAFNESS CATII RELIEVED PERUNA Gen A Legg from the Savings Bank BC as follows I I take pleasure in endorsing the many recommendations I heard and read Poruna because of having had the truth of so many of them Wo tell sick ailing friends of tho remedies we have learned were good for us when ailing in the same and we do it as a duty wo feel that wo them is it any tho less our duty to all the people wo can when wo know of a good and comparatively remedy that makes many and benefits in almost all regret lMy own personal of being relieved of caused by allege of catarrh warrants me in advising all the afflicted to just Peruna BIG SPRINGII Mrs Marv Herr of and Mrs W P Simmons of ville have returned home atter a weeKS visit to Mrs J Clarkson Miss Jennie Trnunell or ville has returned home after a to Miss Myrtle MoormAn Mr wad Mrs G S Meadorot South Louisville are visiting their brother J D Meador Misses Fannie of Bewiey ville ana Louise Mooman ot Glenr deane are visiting Miss Zelma StrotherH has returned from Louis ville Jessamine Church has returned home the millinary season having closedH H Ketnper of Irvington was tae guest of Miss Lydia Clakson last week Mlsa Robin Brashear of Owensboro who hat been visiting her aunt Mis Jess gone to Brandenburg to visit relatives Mrs Gene Stitb or Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs flamed Miss Nell Blaklsy who has been with her aunt tor several months has returned home Dont forget the lee cream supper to be raven by the ladies of the Metodiat church July 28 Quite a number from here attended the plcnio at Sulpher Sprmcra the 4th and all report u pleasant day Born to the wife of JL Morris a daughter July 4 Mrs Charles Fritz of Hawesville Misses George Miller of Rhineville and Lizzie Mllller of Cecilia the guests of Mrs Harry Miller Miss Emma Miller Is visiting her Mrs Fritz In Haweaville Born to the wits of Mr Dan Shu mate n boy July 5 Achilles Moorman attended the picnic and visited relatives in Har dinsbnrg several days this weojt O w C3 no X Baintha Signature of ct ZIeItM T J Hook has Purchased the SA Pate mill on the pike near Har dinsburg He will install a pumping station and fill up tnY back of the mill 4 I Used Satisfied As to Its Merits Recommends to All Sufferers Gen S S Yoder 203 Md Aye N ington DO I to say that I found Pcruoa to be a wonderful remedy I only used It fore short time and satisfied as to Us merits I shall gladly recommend It allsufferers II CAUSED BY BY writes Building hero of knowledge of always our and that from experience way owe Why advise inexpensive cures little experience deafness try Ancncrnge Shephards Shepherds visit Hardaway Miss Ularkeonhas Annual are aunt YW lot pond Peruna It thoroughly DL Washington FIVE BOYS KILLED While Celebrating Glorious Fourth Dynamite Exploded Wilkesbarre Pa July GAt Wana mle a mining town five miles from here five boys were killed and nine others Injured last night while cele brating the Fourth of July Two of the killed were brothers named Pachu nls two other brothers named Shuka wlcz and the other named Long They had placed powder in a pipe and it failed to go off They then forced a stick of dynamite into the pipe and began pounding It A terrific explosion followed Fbur of the boys were fright fully mangled and the fifth died on the way to the hospital Some of tho Injured are so badly hurt that they may die Mutiny In the Caucasus Tlflls July GThe military situation in the Caucusus la exceedlnjry grave Disaffection has appeared among practically all the troops in cluding Cossacks Two battalions of Infantry and four machine guns hams been dispatched to Datum to aid lathe suppression of the mutiny there Murder robbery and general lawless- fleas are increasing throughout the mountains Thirtyfly newspaper have been suppressed in TransCau casia In the last five month Two battalions of the Kura regiment thought to be reliable have been In troduced into the Tiflls garrison in the hope of overawing the mutinous troops RECRUITS DROWN squall Struck the Boat and Five Sea mon Perished Chicago July 6Five numbers of tho first division of the Illinois Naval Reserves wero drowned while practic ing rowing ia Lake Michigan The boys drowned were out for a rowing cruise ia the dingy T71U tka u ception of one of them all were Inca perlenced and through some unea plained reason the boat was ever turned and all were throw sate tbe water Tlte men drowned were lies mea OCarroll Schron Schapan Place and Elnng At the time of the acct dent there were seven men latHboat but two of them were reamed by the life saving crew Wellman Salle Tromsoe Norway July 0 The WellmanChlcago RecordHerald Arc ad It Ion sailed oa board the I For Kidney Trouble Coughs Colds and Catarrh Gen A T Hawley 1338 25th St N W Washington D C writes- I have used Poruna and find it very beneficial for kidney trouble and es pecially good for coughs colds and ca tarrhal trouble Convinced ofPerunas Merit Brig Gen J Floyd King Washing ton D C writes- I unhesitatingly state that I am con vinced Peruna is a medicine which will effect all that is claimed fQr its use Those desirous of obtaining special directions with regard to tho pse of Peruna should writo to Dr S 3J Hart man President of the Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio steamer rrunjot for its headquarters at Spitzbergen Tho steamer King Helge will carry the remainder of th material for gas making and ereotin dwellings Mr Wollman is oa board the Frithjof with his principal assist ants Ho hopes to make h s first wireless tost in about a fortnight Th people of Tromsoe gave the oxpeditlor a hearty sendoff To Probe Rebating Charges Cleveland O July 3 An order for a grand jury was Issued by Judge Taylo- of this district to investigate allege- charges l of robatlng and discrimination against the Lake Shore and Michiga- Southern I and other railroads in favor of the Standard Oilcompany The Jury is to convene July 9 and will follow u certain testimony developed during two recent sessions of the InterstateI commerce commission in this ally Haywood Named for Governor Denver Col Jult6W D Hay wood president of the Western Fed eration of Miners in jail la Idah charged with the murder of exGoy rnor Steunpnberg was nominated d for governor of Colorado by the Social ist party in convention here A resolu tion was adopted demanding May woods release on bail BO that he GO make campaign vciory ari4ilitere Philadelphia June 28The Unite- Mine Workers of Pennsylvania won an important victory In tho state supreme court when an opinion was announced holding that a certificate ot quallfica tion is required before a miner can work in the anthracite mines of the yearaIpractlcat1 I i mine worker or laborer 1Is necessary before the certificate can be obtained The opinion affirms the Lackawanna county court and the state superior court May reed Trouble London June 29 Dlplomalle lrclas regard a reported seizure byRusslt of the Aland Islands which control the mouth of trio Gulf Bothnia as serl oua and likely to breed trouble The reason given by Russia for the seizure Is said to be that the residents of the islands supplied arms to the Finland ers The next move of Sweden ia awaitedwith interest aatho islands are only 60 miles from Stockholm and i form an important 4 startegie position When otl Remedies Fatted per ue Proved EfflcacleHSi Ron Geo W Honey National Chaps t lain U VU ExChaplain 4thWi Df t sin Cavalry ExTreas State of Wlsopii sin and ExQ Master General Slate of Texas GA R writes from 1700 Sirsft street N E Washington D 0 M follows I cannot too highly recommend your preparation for the relief of catarrhal troubles in their various forms Some members of my own family haye used it with most gratifying fei suits When other remedies failed Peruna proved most efficacious and I cheerfully certify to Us curative excellence Pcruna a Standard Treatment ftf Catarrhal Diseases Mr John O Nelson Dayton Tenstjgeologist and mining engineer while a JCaptain in thoPcdaral Army during the Civil War contracted case of rheum Liam This malady was constant an persistent inducing the development of other ailments which also bpcani chronic After taking a course Pernna Capt Nelson Writes Having been painfully ambled wii chronic rhenmatlsm aDd the adjuno tlvo complications for man yearn and after having received majoy general and Bpeclaljireatmonts with only teml porary relief I read your ecleatifle treatise on catarrhal diseases IIAtmyrequostyoaprescrlbedaspeolal course of the Peruna remedies whickX closely followed and am happy to report that my rheumatism and comply feelyoungReason will accept your classification of catarrhal diseases as scientific and true and the Pernna remedies aa a i standard treatment for them I thank you heartily for your skilled and lo cal advice Enjoys Renewed Health and Strenitlti James J Osborn 623 Wahsatch Ave Colorado Springs Colo has filled all tho positions in Knight Templar Masonic Order was a Mason since 1866 Judge of County Court Clinton Mo and also County Collector of i Clinton He writes A sluggish liver which I adbeea t troubled with for two years mad litrmiserable and I was unable to attend to my business half the time I lacked energy had headache most of the time and my food distressed me and did not J seem to do mo a particle of good Reading of tho many cares n r formed by Poruna I decided to bottle Before I had taken many I felt better I took it as directed for two DH when I was a well man THE MARKETSt no CHICAGO Cattle Common to prlaleOr i atgstockers and feeders 12 75O4 toShand Lambs Sheep U 266 fit 0h a lambs 15 4006 00 yearlings IB 4097 41 Calves 15 606 EO HogsChoiOs it r prime heavy It neS 1n medium K ti H eo6 75 packing 1C 00i 71 Wheat rood heavy IS 60 O I 76 butcher walglit16 7661 80 good to choice heavyINo 2 red new 10ya Corn No JOats No 2 37ctEAST BUFFALO Cattle Gj 0 shippingd i heifers IS M6 76 fat cows ii Jli- I 4 aprlngen135 00950 00 Sheep and Lambi Qoo tp choice yearlings 16 G06 15 Tfetheri 15 7508 00 mixed i5 2501 BO e- w J spring lambU OOO8 pCalvesBest 17 0007 80 Hogs Tofl i IIOOSIstags U 0006 PITT8BURQ Cattle Choice 15 6 00 prime 15 00B 75 tidy butr14 8605 It helter IS 0004 80ittreelfi26mlzedoI 40 lambs 14000660 spring II 000750 Calves Veal i6 00 Hogs Prime heavy hogs UlI5med heavy and light Yorker n 00 pigs TOO roughs II 404P6 00 stega414 triO CLEVELAND CMtle Choice dry steers K 1005 36i heifers 14 1604 tatcowU 3O 60 bull IS 600S milkers and sprinters 15 00044 rlings0 50I475dCalve 16 60 down Hess Mix ex weights 16 9006 95 pigs 16 7661s- tags 14 5004 75 roughs U lie nIBOSTON Wool Ohio and Penn Iva nia XX and above SSS4c X 310SM No 1 S70SSo No 2 S70SSe fine ua washed 25026c unwashed dalalne 17f 28o Are washed delaine S5036e Ken tucky Indiana etc H and Ublood If 6EIYaCINCINNATIWheat No Ired SOfl Sic Corn No 3 mixed 61o Oats No S mixed 40c Rye No 2120 Lr IO- DulkmeatsU 60 saga =119 ITHq HopU 7606 7715 Cattle460600- Sheepi3 0004 75 Lambs 14 HffOpJ NEW YORKCattle Steer 34 W41 590 bulls U 4004 00 cows 11 Of4 ifSheep and Lambs Sheep IS 500lan q6 0009 00 Calves Veitli 4 76 IIo V 267 3- 6TOLEDOWheat e+ J IJ oats 4DSi01y61R Zi f 1JJellefouta1neBurke wife and baby traveling bwagon from Indiana to Ducyrus i were struck by an Ohio Central jtrs Iluredi I Tasteless Chi TonicIMi1tocMl tMtIIt 2S y i Avorats Aiin JSam ovrr Ors did II1II DoeI tb roord of snit appisi toYOtlNoCare No Paytaeiesed with every k Mie is aTen Cerb Hdcap wereva Mek lteot Liver Ms- I z- r