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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w t I t J 1S f 1 J r1 i J I r y 1 r Iy 1 a 1 JI ii 1 r i I I oiiw 1I Iot L v lf i1 Ilow Jt t 2 n I I J Ji i i irflThi y fl EOKENRIDGE NEWS 4 Jr I I lhI 1tjA I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTry i j f I XXXI Wr Y CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1906 12 Pages NO 1 d 4 tiROAD iCLOVEJPORTCol lilroad Men areEncour uged M II E Will Come here U sells Station Ky July 9 t n the MadiBOiville HartfoId Eastern Rail road here Is pro it a rapidly under the management A Goodman of Breobenridge tY1wtlo bas the section from here m Though he has been rk on the road but little over two ni6oks like the work hu has at of several months The Ib the center of the farm of ir B F Mitchell and his Formed me this morning that already many demands for for building sites and other and that her and her heirs iiow making preparations to le 3dir them The Madisonyille t rd and Eastern Railroad joins Louisville Henderson and St Fordsvillo Branch Railroad on side of Mitchells Station and k ime the survey was made for I a road the people here were told Is soon as the new road was com I another road would be built Junes Station to Cloverport via Springs The people here have 7anted a railroad from this Jpat D county to the County Seat at I and now that this is an assur what they next want is a rail he Tar Springs Cloverport and River which if the rallraod ru properlY encouragea will none constructed By all means let ru this road and renew our old Kqnaintance with our friends at rDort Edwin Forbes RAND REUNION OF BOONES paeBsport Ky July 16Speo Amoriirthe Home Comers to Kentucky after an absence of Jty years Mr and Mrs James M ne attended the reception given in or of Ibid the unvailing of thee of Stephen Collins Foster and id friends In Loulsvillethen com nttn tbe Ohio River as they had- L In days of lung ago to see aaain the Old Homestead of their r Col Hiram Boone deceased they visited Mr James Boone It viving brother H H Boone JoltS then on down the Ohio o visit Mrs M L Roberts OOUAS niece and other relatives oore desired to meet as many old friends and relations as i A Home Coming picnic was I honor of Mr and Mrs James J6 Hills oro Texas by their Mrs R S SkUlman and Mrs oberts in the nice shady yard and Mrs R S Skillman The a and schoolmates who attended hdid picnic given in honor of I Mrs James M Boone were 1 Mrs A B Skillman Clover nth old schoolmates of Ellen in Boone Relations present Dr i Jesse Moorman and Mrs UtjD Lewlsport Mrs Cora B daughter Mies Mabe FIFTH SUNDAY 1 MEETING Will be Held at Cloverport Bap 1 list Church Beginning Friday July 27lnterestirig ProgI1 ram The liftn Sunday meeting of Breck e ridge Abaoclatlon will meet witbj tie Cloverport Baptist church on Fri d y atternoon July 27 at 230 p m 1 le following Is the programme for tie occasion The Mission Call from the tains Cliff Payne MoanIThe Christian and His Money I 1 lompson of Irvington Thu Churches Relaticn to the Sun jj- lyschooIJobnc Morton Sermon at 745 p mJ T Win dellThe Pastors Obligation to His Cinrches J T Lewis 1 Importance of Studyinc the bible j and how we can get our People to 1 Study itE B English Mission Board at 2 p m Saturday Trust all will be on hand The Churchs Obligation to its Pas tt r J F Winchell Fundamental Principal of Mission ThompsonMothers Duty Toward the Sundayschool M P Compton Bra R L Oelze Sermon by E B English at 745 pm Sunday morning 930 Sundayschool conducted by C E Lightfoot Talks on Sundayschool Work by the BrethernSermon at eleven oclock by Kev Thompson of Irvington closing service at 8 oclock Sunday eveningPreaching by one o4 the visit lug Brethren or B M Carrie of tJjo Methodist church Trust all will be on hand that the Lrrd will give us a good mooting J T Lewis Moorman Yelvington Mrs Rattle Ditto and Mrs Lnoretia Hensley and j Mr Chapman Moorman Hardmsbnrg Mrs Kate Bennett and Mrs Ferd HIMtGhee Irvington Mr and Mrs R S Skillman Stephensport Mr W M SkUlman Washington D C Mrs H C Boone Meade County Miss Catherine Spradling Brandon Texas Miss Helen Boone Billaboro Texas Mn Lon Mitchell Louisville Mrs M U Roberts and Pauline Moorman Re isrta Landing Mrs E MGlbbons Sttphensport Mr and Mrs Andrew Ciuwtord Stephensporti Mrs H S English Sr Roberts Landing An drew R Crawford Stephensport At Tar Springs llardln burg Ky July 16Mr and Mrs Alvin Skillmau Mifl Adkisson Misses Mary A SalmpnJndlth E De Jarnette Louise Beefcr Rosa Lou Ditto Leliii McUary Maggie Baker Mary Hendrick and Eula Hendrick and Messrs Franklin Kinchelce John Skill map Morris Kincheloe Cyrus Miller Dr E F pay C P Edmunds Allie Squires anti Uid Squires spent Sun day at Tar Springs I IwmAppeal Case BardinsburgKy July 16The Local Option oeople at Cloverport are prepar ing to appeal the case contesting th elAction held last May to the Circuit Court That want column UNQUESTIONABLE EVIDENCE From G W Young Louisville Ky July 9 The AntiSaloon League of Kentucky has in quired into the attitude of Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown Ky upon the whisky question and find that he is said by his neighbors to be a total abstainer and that he is a valued supporter of the local option movement In his county i GW YOUNG Ir Supt Kentucky AntiSaloon League From Rev Chas Anderson J i v Bardstovn Ky July 1406 Mr Jno D Babbage rCloverport Ky Dear Sir v Your letter making inquiries as b position of Hon Ben Johnson on local option duly received As to Mr Johnsons habits he is a total abstainer has never used tobacco or liquors As to his attitude orf local option In 1883 we first had a vote in Bardstown on the Saloon question I have person ally examined the poll books of that election and Mr Johnson voted against the saloon Remember local option was not so popular then as now and many men now occupying prominent seats on the local option band wagon had not been heard from As to his attitude now We are in the midst of a campaign to vote the saloon out of Nelson county under the new County Unit law The writer of this letter was active in bringing this issue before the people From the first Mr Johnson allied himself openly with us and hasgiven his influence his counsel and his financial support to the movement He is so far as I know the only office holder in Nelson county who has openly allied himself with us r This is and has been since 1883 his record on the question Remember that in this his home county there are 19 distilleries with their tremendous influence and you will appreciate something of his courage I could write more fully and will answer any questions for further information Here in his home we local option people count him one of us and are mighty glad to do so As to his position on the Rectifiers Bill We regarded that as Revenue Legislation not Temperance Legislation and were satisfied he acted conscientiously and as he believed for the best Yours CHAS ANDERSON Pastor Bardstown Baptist Church TO TrfE FOUR WINDS Went Carnival Troupe Saturday NightManager West Deserts The Company The Carnival troupe went to thA four winds here Saturday night Mr Nest the manager left tor his home and many of the head men severed their connection with the show The merry go round the Plantation Robberyewent to Lewisport for a weeks engage ment It is understood the finances of the concern were not in a very healthful condition In Honor or Miss RobardsII Hardinsbnrg Ky June l6bhsJames H Gardner and Miss Tida Mer cer entertained at the Lake Wed nesday aftertnoon from 2 to 0 oclock in honor of Miss Lillian Robards The following guests were present Misses Margaret Beard Evelyn Beard Judiln E DeJarnetteMary A Salmon Mpr NancyKincbeloeLindsay Kincheloe Ernest Haswell FranKlln Kincheloo Arthur Scott and Allen Kincheloe SHOW MONDAY NIGHT Prices Water Queen iloating show boat will be at the river Monday night Col Prices show has Ions bean a favorite among river show Tats years performance will nor doubt be up to hiM usual good standard of shows BURIES FANGS IN BOBO The Snake EaterBreckenrld e Rattler Proves too Much for South African Wild Man Bites His Arm Robo tbe snake eater from theI wilds of South Africa traveling with the Carnival company here last weeK suddenly Saturday night almost in the twinkling of an eye became very do cite His chains were thrown off of him his artificial makeup torn to pieces and Bobo vas lying in his den suffering the agonies of death A Breckentidge county rattlesnake fromI the wilds of Pinchecoe had bitten him on the arm Be is now herA in town about half dead as the result Some expect him to live many moreI expect him to die It was Fred Mays rattle snake that gotIIBobo This snake Is three feet long and has six rattles Bobo made a wager he could take this snake into his den bite lie head off chew him np and swallow him There was no objection on Mays part and the rattlesnake from Pinchecoe was thrown into Bobo s den The man outside the den who did the part of telling about tbe wonderful things this wild man from South Africa could do played up the fact that Bobo was going to chew np and swallow a Breckeuridge rattle snake with the greatest stress Tickets sold like wild fire Bobo was coining money The wonderful show was about to begin Bonos appetite was ravenous Everything was runn ing smoothly until the big rattler leap ed at Hobos arm with all his strength and burled his fangs into it Bono reeled and fell to the bottom of his den like a dead man The snake had done its work The negros arm begun to swell and he was suffer ing the agonies of death Policeman came the crowd was cleared and Bobo with assistance ot a doctor was eased down a little DIES AT- BERKEL Y CAL Garrett Ky July 16News has been received here of the death of Mrs Endemial J Polk wife of W W Polk of Berkeley Cal which occurred July 3 Mrs Polk is well known here having married Ferdinand L Burch for her first husband She leaves many friends and relatives here in Meade county and is allso a cousin of John Keith of Cloverpott Old Time Meeting At the Black Lick Baptist church near Charley Robertsons on next Sun day there will be an old time meeting of all the old members of the church and the neighborhood It will be an all day service with dinner on I ground The services will be theII ed by the pastor Rev A F acsisted by an old time preacher Everybody invited Especially the people Men whouero brought to roc the cradle with one hand and churn j with the other I That want column d NIAGARA FALLS AND TORONTO Free Trip Will be Given Away at fiardinsburg Masonic Picnic Aug 4 1906 The Matrons have determined to give away a Free Trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto Canada whim IncludES passage across Lake Ontario an several tiolloy rides to historical scenes This trip will be given in connect ion with the Big Masonic Picnic to be beldat Hardinsbnrg Aug 4 1000 under the following conditions I Any girl orlady over the age of 16 yeais may enter the conteat and the one receiving the largest number of votes will be rawarded the trio II Tickets good for one dinner at the picfnic may be sold by the canal dates for 25c which will entile the anyladyIII Special contest tickets will be also issued which will cost 25o each and which are good for 100votes 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 1900 Tickets of either kind may tie procured now but all unsold dinner tickets must be re turned not later than U oclock a m Ang 4 1000 y 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 of either kind without cost but end candidate 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 Bar insbnig Ky- Proud of Judge Hoorman Vanzant Ky Rock Lick District July l6Hro Babbage1 am proud to see the stand that Judge Moorman la taking for good roads and the way he is forcing the road work in order to have too roads in good condition for winter The roads have bden played over by the overseers and hands so long until now they are almost im passable in this dlstict I live on the Cloverport and Bowling Omen road and the road past my farm has not been worked for five years either by hands or county The people had a chance last November to elect men who were in favor of doing away with the old style of working ttiA roads and turning to have them worked by taxa tion but the people paid by their votes that they wanted the old way So now let them roll up their sleeves and take their medicine without a grunt or innrmer So I say shoot into them Judge and let us have roads over which we can travjll with safety and ease They may leain a IKsson that tney may not forget for several years to rome I am in favor of working the roads altogether by taxation so as to let the working of the roads fall onto those S Osborn mostI Night teokCrist died Monday funeral was held Tuesday and the interment was made in the city ceme tery I m 1 ASONIC PICNIC AUGUST 4 1906 HARDINSBURGATTRACTIONS pv Bcckham Auditor HagarHon Ben Johnson 41k Race Colt Show Merrygoround Free Trip to Niagara and Toronto 200in Prizes and cash Free200 000 People LARGEST CROWD EVER KNOWN 7000 People DINNER 25 CENTS ecial Train Service Five Coaches Ask the Agent aIs s The Breckenridgfe News WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1906 JNO De BABBAGE Editor and Publisher It was a dusty carnival Crops are good in this country This wek the News enters upon its thirytirat year In 1876 the first issue was turned out on a Washington hand press Advertising for hands to work on the public roads The like was never heard of before in this county Good for St Clair Robert Emmet Woods our new Scotch lrish Postmaster combines all the qualities that go to make up a useful public servant He has Initiative and is lIoannyIiWaltA Mlunite Fact but as the girls used to say down here all this dont make Bob purty Mr Beveridge is in his fortytorth year In his short but splendid and crowded life he has done two things that cannot be forgotton while mem ory holds her seat He is the father of Federal meat inspection and the dis coverer of the ship railroad across the Isthmus ot Panama The railroad men of this country are good and patriotic citizens they are representative members of he com munities in which they reside they stand for a class of working men wno generally think beforo they act who weigh both sides of a question before deciding They are as anxious to cleanse corporate life from graft and favoritism as the most radical modern reformer but they will resent and that most strenuously any course of policy outlined by those who have the destinies of the nation in hand that will tend to bill the goose that lays the pay check- Cloverport people dont want simply patches on the rotten floor in tub bridge across Clover creek they want a new floor on both sides from ena to endThere is a great big howl aoout the way the people of the town are being treated in regard to this matter and the proper authorities whoever they maybe would do well to remedy this dangerous condition of the bridge The people are no longer joking about the matter but are in earnest Should any one get hurt as result ot tbis continued negligence a big llaw suit would be forth coming whioh we think would justifiable under present coudi tions Prepare riche are being made at tbe Department of Commerce and Labor at Washington to enforce the naturali nation law just enacted The law is diastic and provides safeguards against frauds that have be n piepe tattd In the past as a result of lax methods in conferring citizenship Jurisdiction to naturalize aliens is conferred upon United States Circuit and District courts and the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia al so all courts of record in any State or Territory having a seal a clerk sad jurisdiction in actions at law and equity or law and equity in which the amount in controversy is unlimit ed It provides the an alien as a pro eqnisite citizenship shall epeak Eug lisb An important provision of toe law is this That no person shall bo naturaliz ed nor shall any certificate of natural izaton be issued by any court within thirty days proceeding tho holding of any general election within its terri tonal jurisdiction Two years notice of intention to be come a citizen is required How is this for southern prosperity In 1885 the seven States of Ala barna Arkansas Georgia Lonlsana Kentucky Tennessee and Texas had only 117000000 capital invested in mann facturing today they have 572 Od 000 so Invested an incresae of 8155 000000 These seven States with Mississippi added increased the value of their k1 I 1BDOIove stock hominy u The Southern poultry brings 25000000 a year and the eggs sell for folly 20000000 a year The butter production of tne South is 200000000 pounds a year and tbe total annual value of the total term products of these eight States is nearly 905000000 Other Southern States are doing well Twelve billion dollars will not cover the entire booths increase in only a scor3 of years in farm values bank deposits products of factories and farm products The naval board of the Jamestown Tricentennial Exposition says a Washington correspondent which consists of Rear Admiral Harrington commandant of the Norfolk Navy Yard Capt Potter assistant chief of the Bureau of Navigation and Capt Pillsbury chief of Rear Admiral Evans staff is engaged in outlining a plan for the participation of the navy in the big fair One of the principal features of the Jamestown centennial Ii to be the naval pageant in which the navies of the world are to be asked to take part It is the purpose of the naval board to determine upon a programme and to advise the maritime nations many of which are making extensive preparations for sending tbier biggest and best snips to Hampton Roads during the exposi tionGreat Britian iid expected to send tin entire fleet of her best warships and in view of the fact that the Jamestown undertaking is to com memorate the establishment of tho first English settlement in the new world it is possible that she may send her newest and biggest battleship tne Dreadnought to American waters during the exposition The board will shortly submit an outline of its plan to the Secretary of the Navy and a programme will then oe mapped out for the participation of the American navy In the big pay geant That want column Unchangeable as the Hills and Meadows Cleveland Fla July 0 1910 Mr Jno D Babbago Editor Breckenridgo News Cloverport Ky Dear Sir Enclosed find 1 for renewal ot my subscription Many thanks to the dear old state for the kind invitation to the home cowing Although my trunk was almost ready for the porters call I had to forego the pleasure of making the trip for duties here seemed to re quire my presence and I remained in the shade of the orange trees my late husband plantea and loved so well It will always be a pleasing thought that so many could visit their old nomes and be so warmly welcomed The expressions of disappointment from my kindred and friends assure met that I was missed even in that great throng The very first to inform me was Mrs Frank Fraize I can close wy eyes and realize tbe whole scone Tbe twenty four years I have been absent quickly fold themselves backa brief cycle ot time and I can i magine myself in the midst of Ken tucky hospitality as unchanged as her hills or the blue of ber meadows With an earnest wish that nil may reach their adopted homes safely I am Very Sincerely Mrs W L Hnokeby Cleveland Fla oAfiSe3 Ql RX rS Hats Always Bought Dht2lChurch Services There will be chnrcn services at Kinpswood College toe 4th Sunday in July at 4 oclocu p m Everybody invited A sweet breath adds to the joys of a kiss You wouldnt want to kiss your wife mother or sweetheart with a bull brentn You cant have a sweet breath without a heulthystomacb You cant have a healthy stomach without perfect digestion There is only one remedy that digests what you eat and make the breath us sweet 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 trgtn disorder pf 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 Here From Florida A C Jordan of Punta GordaFla City Editor of Ponta Gorda Herald was hero last week the guest of Miss Ella Smith PARKERS BALSAMCltitiei ar growthNever ptorCue11 5tta7aaadgl00er L OPENED BY o MISTAKE t tI 1 J Excuse Will Cost 200New Rul ing By Post Office Department to That Eff ctI Hereafter the opened by mistake excues will be a mistake that will cost 200 The postoffice department has ruled that moil mqst be looked over before leaving the office and that anyII letter put in your box by mistake must be rturned before leaving the post oflico under a penalty of 200 for railJJ ure to do BO Tbat want column READ THIS Hopkinsvllle Ky June 7 1001 4 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for the past three years and from experl ence I San say I have never sold any kidney and bladder remedy of superior merits Most re ectfol1yii THOMAS D ARMISTE AD I A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleof the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes j gravel cures diabetes semianal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatismand all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and J women reglates bladder trouble In J children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1JJ One small bottle two months treatment 1 and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Solo Manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testtt imonials Sold by all druggIstsII That want column Organize Lodge I W H Von Duska of Louisville Ky has completed the organization I of assmbly No 655 of Loyal Amen I cans of the Republic at this place The following officers were elected I and installed J Pres John Burn VPres Carl Lisbon ExPres H E Allen Secretary Charles 11aIPrelate Nanle Tatum Orderly Weaver Tatum Sergeant J F MorrisonII First Corporal John BattII Second Corporal Cleona Berry Guard Thomas N Berry j Sentinel E L Aldridge Recommended for Medical Examina tion Dr F L Llghtroot Twenty Year8attleII I was a loser in a twenty year battle with chronic piles and malignant sores until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve which turned the tide by curing both till not a trace remains writesI A M Bruce of Farmvillo Va Best for old Ulcers Cuts Burns and Wounds 25c at Severs Drpg Co CloverportJJ Frog Breeding Frank Corley the popular County J ClerK of this county is scouring the county for frogs at 100 per dozen I He is just emerging into the industry of frog breeding from which he hopes to realize a neat little fortune I Frank says he can put his whole out put on the Louisville market atl40 per dozen Every small boy in and about town is bunting frogs for Frank and if his visions comA true the industry may rival the Standard Oil enterprise Elizabethtown News Notice to chicken raisersR411t- 4 cures chicken cnolera and Roup and limberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed and sold by A K Fisher Druggist An Established Institution The Bowling Green University is an established institution Write for catalog and particulars Address Bowline Green Business Unverdity Bowling Green Ky In Great Demand The graduates of toe Bowling Green Businew University are in great de mand and are to be found almost everywhere holding the beet paying positions Write for catalog and par ticulars Address Bowing Green Busty 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 parti culars address Bowling Green Busines- University Bowling Green Ky A Frowlng Institution The Bowling Green Business Uni veriety IB growing every year It is the largest Business school In the South Catalog and particulars will be sent on application Address Bowling Green Business University Bowl ing Green Ky i HARD1NSBURQ Misses MamieMlller fcft the 4 lust to visit relatives at Loa Angel Cal Dr Harold Beard of Livermore baa returned hone attar a weeks visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Taylor BeardMrs Percy M Beard and children have returned homo after a visit tott Mr and Mrs D S Rlchardstn at Union Star Mrs Eva Thomas of Lei tchfleld lias returned home after a weeks stay with her mother Mrs Nancy C Heston Miss Ella Robertson of Gaston has 4 boon the auest of Miss Rosa Lou Ditto last week Mrs David R Murray bus been the guest ot her parents the Hon and Mr D C Moorman at Ulendeane Miss Mary Peyton of Falls of Rough has been visiting Genl and Mrs David R Murray Misses Emma Lou Moorman and May Dempster of Ulendeane attend ed the plcniu here tho Fourth and visited friends Ueoge U Baker ol St Louis has been the guest on his parents Dr and Mrs J T Baker Miss Katie Stith has returned home from Bowling Groan whets she has been attending college Mrs W B Lennon and children are visiting Mr and Mrs Roland A Smith at Htepnensport James and Wavo Lewis came down tram Louisville to spend the Fourth with their parents Mr aud Mrs T C Lewis Mr and Mrs G W Beard and Mrs Blanche Read went to Orayson Spiings last week Mrs J E Wright has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her sister Miss Tida Mercer IV 0 Ball who holds a fine positi tion with tho Tennessee Coal and Iron Co at Berrningbam Ala is here visiting his uother I Frank DeHeaven has brought the I Oelze lots on Fourth Street They contain nearly two acres and the consl deration was f310 Mr DeHeaven will build a residence this fall Miss Mary Belle Basbam of Unon Star id visiting Mr and Mrs Gas D Shelluian Mrs Ed U Beard and childern are visiting Mr and Mrs William Beard Dailey Beard is remodelling his busi house on Court Place Woods and Anderson have the contract to paint Uus Browns new houseDr Milon Board of Hopkinsvilte is the guest of his parents Judge and Mrs Milton Hoa- rdMrBttrtran ot Vanceburg is visiting the Rev and Mrd Isaiah ClineThe Rev Isaiah Wine will commence u prottactsed meeting at Fair vie next Sunday The buildings at Eingswood are rapidly nearing cowpleton and the Cullege will be ready for opening at the beginning ot tae scnool year Miss Mary Agnes Salamon ot Hop kins county ia the guest of Miss Judith bllen DeJarnette Mrs Emma Waide ct Louisville is visiting Mr and Mr J S McUary Dr J M Walker ot Belweyville has been the guest of Dr and Mr W A Walker Mrs John J Monarch of Daviess County has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs T J Hook Miss Katie Wilkes of Louisville has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Gus D Shelluian Mr and Mrs Estill E Sutton of Louisville are visiting Dr J C and Mrs Sutton Mrs Amiel Oelze of Clorerport is the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles M Heaton Graham Eskrldtre has returned to Oklahoma City Okla after a visit of several weeks to his parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge- A H Kincheloe attended the Re publican Congressional convention which meat at Hodgensvillo last Wed nesdayMrs Thnrrnan Smith and children of Louisville are viajtinir tor mother Mrs Sue Cox and other relatives That want column Every Graduate has a Position Every worthy graduate of the Na tionul School of Telegraphy has a POS- Ition For particulars address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky Needs no Introduction Tintsj versltv needs no introduction to the Write for andpublic catalog particulars Address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky A Thorough Bnalness TrainingI Can be secured by attending the Bowling Green Business University Write for catalog and particulars Address I Bowling Green Bufiineea Uni varsity Bowling Green KyI F Want 11 beaut jy them in the houserN one when you feel by dizzy They act on the liver relt NGRAMS DY IOK JL 16LLYe co JUSHUI c OPEN j b iii z 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plateau the lowe I It iipointI of which is two thousand feet above the level of tho s1 w diTheNorth Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives t cr dtAutumn11 whole year of Silo F and a mean relative humidity of1c mlFor I2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFORD A District Passenger Agent lOUISVlllEj KY S J F LOGAN Tray Pass Agt LEXINGTON KYncGEQ B ALLEN Asst Gen Pass Agi STl as i T 7 TTafJBENEFIT TO- AGRICULTURISTt The Department of Agriculture To Instruct Farmers In The Uses Of Denaturized hAlcohol Norfolk VaThe valno of free a i alcohol to the pnblio can be bettor a appreciated when the many uses ot 1 this product are known to tho farmers of the country Uncle Sam being de sirous of giving the public the full i benefit of the opportunities in store purposes having an exhibit at th- c Jamtttrfbwn imposition showing the de velopment and uses of denatarized alcoholl which is made from the pro ducts of the farm and garden This exhibit will be in charge ot competent pvernment officials of the Experiment f Stations of the Department of agriculture I In connection with this Government exhibit jsvill be exhibits of various Vkinds of intcrnal combustion engines H1+ Y using ddnaturlzed alcohol for fnel Jamestownt11 7 ft I thousand different ways They will t l uali i manyii other things And the farmers wife 1 1cantt employ machinery for doing her 1 chnrninir washing operating her sewing machine and In many other 3 ways to save labor Special machinery isalready being made for utilizing i this new and cheep fuel and so eco- nomical will bo this fuel alcohol that every farmer can make his own supply from the waste products of his farm Uncle dam will also show the public I how to use denatnnzed alcohol as fuel 0 for heating and cooking purposes at i home and for llgthing the houses and- couutryi roads He will teacn the farmers how they may save time and exp nso bymaKingtneir fuel and lights at so small a cost tnoit living expenses will be reduced to a minimum their i conveniences so greatly increased that f they will find real luxury in living r ront a farm I The Jamestown Exposition where Uncle Sams new show will be given t fren to everybody will open its gates i to the public on the historic shores of 1 ampton Roads near Norfolk Vir xinia April 20th 1007 and close Nov aOtb 1007 It will be an internationaly exposition given in honer of the three i hubdredth anniversary of the first i permanent English settlemept in t America J That want column Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using e an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is all re spects UKO tne healing helpful pain allaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The soothing spray relieves at once and cure is certain All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bro 60 Warren Street New York Customers Caretully Washed From the Laundry The following is the advertisement of a Japanese who takes in washing Contrary to or opposite company we will most cleanly and carefully wash our customers with possible cheap prices as follows Ladies to dollars perhundred gentlemen one and a half dollars per hundred Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it r 4 + How To Find Out p Fill a bottle or common glass with your Lt wter and let It stand twentyfout hoW a it sediment or set tling Indicates an If It stains your It is evidence of kid ney trouble frequent desire to pass It or In the back Is also convincing proof thatthe kidneys and blad der are out of order What Jo Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so Swamptootin curing rheumatism In the partotheurlnary re t passingiltIunpleasantneeeuityduring the day and to get up many times t during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realtied It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases fiI t If you heed a medicine you should have the Ii best Sold by druggists In SOc andlYou may have a sample bottle ofsizesII flonderful discovery nd a book that tells IImorn about bothsent ib Autc1v free by mall condirneys linen too pain with pain A asDr Klirner n e ot mpnoot Ca humton N Y Whew writing men KM refuting this generous offer In this paper ttont make any mistake but remember tho m111 iwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp soot mhd thd address Klnghamton N Y 4 on vrery bottle FARMING IN r V NORWAY From the Bulletin of the American Geographical Society Think of a country that has but 740 square miles of ploughed land II More Indeed might be tilled were it not needful to keep it In uiehdow Jti some places tho Norse farmer has actually carried back to overlving slOpes the soil which rams in the process of tillage have swept down the lower fields No crop seems moro luxuriant that potatoes seen in garden patches plauted in rows not more than twelve or eighteen inches apart and covering the ground completely when midsum mer has come No agricultural process is of more Interest than the haying The dairy is the staff of life and scythes line a small sickle or a corn cutter are carefully weildod over rough and iininnnoky ground where the Ameri can farmer would turn loose his sheep Yet in the better meadows the growth is ranK and full net tall bqt soft thick and fine and matting so close that thero Is added reason for drying as the people do upon hurdles or trelli sos Much too moist are the air and soil to cure grass in the way of other latitudes It woud como fertilizer rather than forage if left to cure on the grouna On tho hurdle its fine texture turns the rains effectively so long as sun and air need to contin ue their work Tbus Laying proceeds along the horde while the seater the mountain dairy is moperation on the height whither the cattle and the dairymaids have migrated for the summer period- Sometimeslfrom thoseheights a taut wire is stretched to the homestead be low down which three thousand feet or more the products of dairy and forest are transported I did see haycooEB at Oie in American fashion and there aro mowing maonines in Romsdal but in great part the cow standing docile in a small boat cross ing tho lake at the head of the Bar danger a is type of the primitive life of man and beast on the farms of Norway That want column A Sustaining Diet These ar the enervating days when as somebody has said men drop by the snnstroKo as it the Dayof Fire had dawned They am fiangnt with dan ger to people WhOSA systems are poorly sustained and this loads us to say in the interest of the leest robust of our readers that the full effect ot foods Sarsaparilla is such as to sug gest the propriety of oiling this medi ulna something besides a blood purifier and tonicsay a sustaining diet It makes it much easier to bear the heat assures refreshing sleep and will without any doubt avert much sickness atjthis time ofyearAdv That want column Easy Malsle Arent you coming to my party DaisyHow can I when Im In half mourning Malsle Oh well come and stay half the evening Cleveland Leader GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching BUnd Bleeding Protruding Pllai DrU Klstll are authorlsed to refund money It toilDaysI The Xazareth of Today Nazareth where Jesus spent his boy hood calls to mind a picture of a hazy half mystical village of the far east The Palestine of today Is a network of railroads and telegraph wires Mod ern hotels with elevators and bell boys now occupy sacred places of history Cafes stand wbero once the hosts of Israel fought contending with char lots and horsemen The awkward cam el back Is transplanted by tho compartment car One would look In vain tot the hospitable villager standing at the door of his humble flat roofed bomo Tall slanting roofed buildings predom inate with fresh red tiles Imported from France In a prominent place on tho brow of a bill stands the English orphanage which provides for tho ed ucation of the orphans of Palestine English and Arabic are taught here as well as housekeeping and needlework A telegraph station with an Armenian operator In citizens dress keeps Naza reth in touch with tho world Quieted the Barber A distinguished senator from the northwest strolled Into the barber shop In tho senate wing one day for a shave Tho chairs were nil occupied Tho statesman seeing this started to go out with tho Idea of returning a little later but tho head barber of the tonsorial parlor sought to detain the senator Ho called after him in a rather strident toneYoure tho next senator The northwestern senator wheeled about assuming a sad smile plqced a hand over his fast pulsating heart as though the throbbing there pained him and said to the head barber Be good enough not to remind me of that any oftener than you can help I understand fully that I am tabbed but permit mo to enjoy what peace I may until alto blow falls And tho occupants of the chairs chckedu dr their soapy masks Aiaerlcap Spectator 1- j a I What is a Backache IT IS NATURES WARNING TO WOMEN Diseases of Womans Organism Cured and Consequent Pain Stopped by Lydia E Plnkhama Vegetable Compound It seems as though my back would break Women utter these words over and over again but continue to drag along and suffer with aches In the small of the back pain low down in the sideII bearingdown pains ncr Tousness and no ambition for any task Mils Maud Morris They do not realize that the back is the mainspring of womans organism and quickly indicates by aching a diseased condition of the female organs or kidneys and that tho aches and patns will continue until the cause id removed Lydia E Plnkhams VegetableCom pound haa been for many years the one and only effective remedy in such cases It speedily cures female and kidney disorders and restores tho fe male organs to a healthy condition 41 I have Uttered with female troubles for over two years suffering Intense pain each month my back ached until it seemed as though it would break and I felt so weak all over that I did not find strength to attend to my work but had to stay in bed a largo part of tho first two or three days every month I would havo sleepless nights bad dreams and severe headaches All this undermined my health We consulted an ofd family physician who advised that I try Lydia E Plnkhams Vege table Compound I began taking It regularly and soon found that I could sleep and eat better than I had done for months Within two months I became regular and I no longer suffer from backache or palnMIss Maude Ladles Aid and Mission Society1010rrlsiiBee St Atlanta Ga The First to Howl No town will hecome a good buss nets center so long as oolv two or three business men patronize their local paper in the way of advertising it its columns Too often the men In n few lines of trade are about the only ones that reacn out through the agency of their home paper after trade Other merchants wait until these men induce the people to come to town and content themselves with trade that naturally drifts to their place And right bore we want to say that if wo were to fill our columns trom weejt to week with adver tisements from mail order houses ot the cities thesA same merchants whose names rarely if ever app ar in our advertising columns would be the first to raise a howl against dis crimination against home enterprise II When tae truth ot the matter is we have been hammering away week after week and year alter year in an endeavor to attract our readers attention to the inducement offered them by oar local merchants many o whom utterly dlsregar the merits of their local paper as an advertising medium through which to reacn the pnbUo Bo why should they kick if merchants abroad seek to secure custom from these whose names are upon our mailing list A public spirit ed man should ask himself if heis doing his part to attract people to come to town to trade and by letting the public know just what induce ments hi has to offer The test way on earth to do this Is a liberal use of printers ink Try a few applications and be convinced that it will deliver the goods Meada County Messenger That want column m YourWants Supplied 1TW6 are fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing In our line with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties Jewelry watches or any thing that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right x TWo respectfully solicit i your patronage fieC LEWIS SON HAHD1NSBURG KY d J1 tr t GIFTS IN ABYSSINIA Official Will Take Them It They Are 1reaenteil In the night Way Tho agent of the British government who visited Abyssinia some years ago wished to return the favor of a natlvo official by somo suitable present The bestowal of this was however n mat ter quite beyond the knowledge of one brought up In the court clrclcsof west ern civilization His experience was InstructiveThe was badly bandied he says and when 1 arrived several persons besides the high oil clal were present After n few light topics had been discussed I mentioned my object In malting the visit and as no offer was made to dismiss the bystanders I exhibited my donation- In an instant I was awaro that 1 had made ti false step A frown of mingled surprise and Indignation Clouded the hitherto serene brow and tones of fathomless Integrity declined the proffered gift while strong Inward feeling found vent In a rocking motion of his body You have utterly misunderstood me said he The friendliness which 1 have shown you has been extended solely with puro motives of kindness to the stranger In the land Devotion to my sovereign and country Is amply re paid by the Internal consciousness of rectitude Your Intentions are doubt less good but greater happiness will await me from the knowledge that you will now recognize how disinterested my conduct has been My offering was firmly waved away and for somo period his frame continued shaken by Inward emotion to the great edification of tho bystand ers wbose eyes remained fixed on the groundIt undoubtedly very discomfit ing and my apologies for so great a mistake were profuse I declared that I could not quit this abode until restored calmness had given mo tho assurance that his feelings had recovered their usual sereno tono As fortunate ly this soon happened I left properly enraged at tho miserable management which bad occasioned the awkward nessNaturally I consulted a native au thority who had witnessed the trans action and the mistake which I had committed but ho was so tickled by the circumstances that I extracted from him for some tlmo little but laughter Ills eventual view of matters was confided in a few words n Try again but take more and have no witnessesOn occasion I found the governor alone and when I opened the subject on which my visit was found ed his eyes twinkled and he said From tho first moment when I saw you I had a presentiment that we were ordained to be great friends I do not know If Europeans havo these superstitions but with us they are general and we do not find them deceptive You may have heard and I am aware It is generally stated of us by foreign ers that wo are deceitful and avari clous Do not believe this All coun tries contain bad men and your ex perlenco has perhaps been unfortu nate But wo shall remain always friends And what are presents after all hilt external emblems of esteem There were no difficulties on this occasion Ho was obviously much pleased and finally said that the bless- Ing of Providence would bb sure to attend tho exertions of a man who was thoughtful of the saddened circum stances of others and ho was poor very poorYouths Companion f Dlvtiilou In Parliament When a division Is calkx a bell rings to enable all M Ps to collect from the smoking room the library etc Then the outer door Is closed and the speaker puts tho question There Is a shout of A eand of Not on which he declares that either the ono or the other has it If this be challenged he says The ayes to the right the noes to the left This means that the ayes and the noes go Into re spective lobbies This takes some time for they go leisurely When at length they aro both within their respective pens all tho doors leading to them aro closed and after a minute or two the ono door through which the prisoners In each lobby are to make their exit Is opened Before reaching tub exit they have to pass on either side of n desk at which two clerks sit and check off on a printed list of members those who vote After this they pass In single file through the exit door which Is a outIllideone representing the ayes and one the noes Their business is to call aloud one two three four and so on as the members pass Consequently for each division four tellers aro nec essary two for tho aye lobby and two for the no lobby London Troth An Old Family Society The Buchanan society as tho name denotes Is composed of Individuals of tho namo and clan of Buchanan and is tho oldest named society In Scotland It was instituted in Glasgow so far back as 1725 At a friendly meeting of some of the name of Buchanan held there on March 5 of that year the fol lowing proposal was made That tho namo of Buchanan being now tbo most numerous name in tho place and many poor boys of that name who are found to bo of good genius being lost for want of good education a fund might be begun and carried on by the name the Interest of which in tlmo might enable some of them to be useful In church and state Tjhls society has since gone on with almost uninterrupted success It has attained n position of high Importance and is of great practical use London Notes and Queries i s Round trip from all Branch Points to Louisville WeekEnd Excurison via the HENDERSONROUTE Saturday Julytt Special train leaves P Fordsville 630 a m Ilardinsburg 814 a mIrvington 910 Returning leave Louisville 6 p m For Information ask the Agent m WAmu I4 AN IDEAL 4 I VACATION TRIPTO YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY 3 Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Mnnitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and G DAYS IN I WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered i and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars writeIJ II GALLAGHER 1907 liarrot Avenue Louisville AP 9irfWfVtI 9 A MMoIAl WWUIM11Md 1St SOUTHWEST a The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY I I IAre you making ao much off vour farm as you ought No doubt you are all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too mush money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a Vying on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price of good land Is so little that you can own a big farm where every acre of the ground is working for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile land in the Southwtot along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that can be bought for front fo to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to tho Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there Tho trip can bo made at very little expense On tuna first and third Tuesdays of each month you can purchllso a round trip ticket to any point In tho Southwest on or via tho Cotton Holt Route at very llw rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you aro Interested In Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost ot tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Cotton Belt Route 82 Todd Building Louistille Ky w CATALOGUEITHE FINEST Ever Issued by commercial school wilt be j sent upon request to teachers and others r who cue Interested In a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 pages six by nine Inches It Is printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with em C bossed cover and beautifully Illustrated with 1 photos of the Dulldlnlr faculty Interior views specimens of Penmanship Shorthand etc 11It also contains halltone Illustrations of R1 leading buildings of Louisville and many i charming scones from the worldfamed JO It parksoattendsin Louisville than elsewhere This book will enable you to decide between good and worthless commercial schools Send for a free copy to dayiBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Ky j TOOS W DRYDEtf President CEO W SCHWARTZ Sec and Tra n BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D end V Q BABBAQE Editors and Proprietors leaned Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or J 1185 if paid at the end of year I CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the wte of 5 I Intl per line Money In advance Kiamlne the label on your paper If It Is cot correct nlease notify as When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address TWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1000 For Congress HON JOHNSON Read the card printed in another column from Dr Young Hupt KV AntI Saloon League It ought to satisfy the most skeptical as to Col Ben Johnsons attitude on the Local Option question We especially commend it to our friend Dodson Since the above was written we have received another clincher in a letter which we print from the Rev Charles Anderson pastor of the Baptist church at Bardstown This does our sonl good and ought to do any mans soul good who is a friend of temperance Ben Johnson is a man of courage of conviction of right and deserves the support of all good peop- leHARDINSRURG Col D R Murray is attending circuit court at Hawesville Mrs Nellie Wnthen of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Sue Cox Mr and Mrs Schriber of St Louis are the guests or Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard Arthur Board of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Coleman E Haswell last week Lindsey Kincheloe spent Sunday at Guston the guest of friends Mrs Thomas II Withers and Mrs Barnitz are visiting relatives in Virginia Thomas H Wither Sherrnnn Ball Prank Mercer and T J Moore went to Cloverport Saturday to attend the street fair Judge Henry Dell Moorman was in Louisville and Prankfort several days of last week Mrs Roscoe Severs has returned to her home in Columbia Va after a visit of several weeks to her parents Dr and Mrs J T Baker County court next Monday To W R Moorman jr is due much of the credit for the location of the State Fair at Louisville Mr and Mrs Paul Compton were guests of his parents at Garfield Sunday Daniel Burks of Addison was in town Thursdayon a business trip Morris H Beard and Frank Mercer were in Big Spring Thursday on a busi ness trip Miss Lyte Pond went to Louisville Monday afternoon to visit friends- V G Babbage of Cloverport was in the city Monday on legal busine- ssGARFIELD Miss Hallie Brown is here from liar dinsburg a guest of relatives Mr and Mrs Earl Mattingly visited her brother Fred Triplett at Nortons Valley Sunday Misses Ruth and Mary Ann Harned are guests of Miss Esther Payne at StepbensportMr Geo Johnson and little Lucile visited at Mr Dick Penick Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John Seaton and their charming little bos visited at W P Comptons from Friday until Sunday eveningLonnie McGill of Hardinsburg spent last week here with relatives Miss Anna Reid of Kansas City Mo NaucyDoardBoardPaul Compton wife and babies were visitors at I B Richardsons Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Triplett were guests at Virgil Smiths Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ella Mattiugly and children Maud and Pearl Bell visited friends at Irvington Sunday Rev Dan Shacklett preached here Saturday and Sunday nights Bro English being engaged in meeting at Ekron did not fill his regular appoint ment here Will Tabors children who have been very sick are better Hawkins and Virgil Smith have a contract on the Madisouville road and will bagin work there In a few days A Story With a Moral The following where a moral is clearly shown is taken from an ox change Recently a church congrega tion in a little Kansas town built a new church To pay for it they were obliged to call on the merchants of the community for donations The mer chants responded liberally and 300 was raised from this source The last man to subscribe was John Smith a jeweler I will Rive you 20 if you will Jet me add something to the sub scription list he said The per mission was accorded Dim and he wrote at the foot of list John Smith jeweler2000Se- ars RoebuckCoOOOOlIo- ntgomery Ward Co0000T- he church people saw the ppint then the minister read from the pulpit the list of donors to the build ing fund and since the dedication of the church there have been DO mall orders sent out from that Kansas townHt Louis Furniture News GLENDEANE 4 Closing out our 10 and 15 cent lawns at 8 and 12 cents Glasscock Co Remember you can get sugar at 5J cents pound Better come now Glasscock Co The old fashioned keg soda 3 pounds for 10 cents Glasscock CoThe paintsOurlon Glasscock Co Why let your furniture look so bad when you can go to Glasscock Co and get varnish that will make it look good as new You will find crocks and jars of all sizes at Glasscock Cos Masons fruit jars in all sizes Glasscock Co gateforthe way that leadeth to great bargains at Glasscock Co Mrs E E Glasscock and child ren are visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs W T Rob inson Short Creek Prof Byron Cart who taught school here last year has the school at Fordsville Mr and Mrs Nelse Quiggins ofI Cloverport passed througTttown Friday enroute home They were at the Glcndeane hotel A protracted meeting is in pro gress at the Methobist church con ducted by the pastor Rev Felix RobertsIThe man deane is E E Glasscock His wife andbabics are ivway A rural route is to be establish ed by the way of Bobtown and back to Glendean It will serve about 125 persons Miss Mattie Reid has been employed school to teach the Glendeane Miss Nancy Smith assistant cashier of the Bank of Glcndeane is visiting friends at Milton Ky Joe Hbwnrd is doing some ex cellent work on the roads running out of Gloiulcane Mrs Lucy Hunter who huts been quite sick for several wneks is im proving Mrs May LalTue of Fordsville has accepted a position with Glasscock Co Mr Dick Moorman who has been visiting his sons at St Louis for two months returned home last week He made the trip alone andexperienced no trouble He says the railroad men were very kind to him and gave him every assistance That want column TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets Druggists refund money It It falls to cure E W MOVES signature is on eac libox 25c PATESVILLE T W Harmon was in Clover port Thursday Tirx3 Hatfield is very ill at this writing with typhoid fever Little Herald Young was quite illIt few days of last week F Young spent a few days of last week in Owensboro Walter Metcalf of Pellville made a call at our town Sunday Little Jewel Jarboe who was ill a few days of last week is much improved Miss Anna Lamb is visiting relatives and friends at Owensboro and Sorgho Messrs Vernon Lynch and John Arbra went to Cloverport Sunday afternoonMessrs Matt Jarboe James Lynch Fred Young and Vernon Lynchmade a trip to Owensboro returningthoMessrs T W Harmon Amos Corley and their wives attended the birthday dinner given at the home of Samuel Flowers Sunday Messrs Clifton Corley and Homer Lamb attended the Street Fair at Cloverport several evenings of last week Miss Mollie Fawver accompanied her cousin Laurence Thevenot of Depauw Indto Leavenworth Indreturning Tuesday of last weekQuite a largo crowd of young people assembled at the home of Mr and Mrs Porter Marlowe on last Thursday evening to cele brate John Arbras 21st anniver sary All reported pleasant time CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Till Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 2fSignature of CG I Statement of Condition oi THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG AND TRUST CO HARDINGSBURG Ky At Close of Business June 30th 1906 I Resources Notes and Bills 20753478 Cash in Safe and other Banks 7108551 Stocks and Bonds 2270272 Banking House and Lot 180000 Other Real Estate 23679 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 I Total 30375980 No 30375980 Respectfully OFFICERS B F BEARD President M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMITON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS LAFAYETTE GREEN C Vie ROIJEHTSON MOKKIS E KIUDOE G W BEARD DR A M KINCIIELOE D S RICHARDSON B F BEARD The of Hardinsburg and Trust Company presents this its first under its new name and charter Itis thoroughly equipped to handle every kind of banking business act as executor administrator trustee and in every fiduciary capacity It calls to the unusnal strength in the make up of its directorate to its ample resources and to its very safe and conservative manner of conductingbusiness as by the figures in this statement It trusts features will appeal to you and that you will favor it with such and trust business as you may control IInAVJ IA R tf gm 9i11 S31 A daily paper a year I I for a dollar bill I II IISend us 200= one for the NEWS a year the other for I 1the Louisville Daily Herald a live newsy paper ThisI 1isoffering to put a daily paper into your home at 13I1 of a cent per copy Can you pass it up Address theII IIBreckenridge News III BmESm D BJj Il iB ftRri STEPHENSPORT Miss Nannie Kincheloe lIar dinsburg passed through town Saturday enroute to Chenault to be the guest of Miss Roberta BrodieMisses Nellie and Lizzie Barbee are visiting relatives near Hawes villeMr and Mrs R A Smith and grandson Jerrio Lennon left Fri day for a short stay at Louisville and Cincinnati Mary and Ruth Harned Gar field are guests of Either Payne Mrs Thurman Smith Louis ville was the guest of Mrs R A Smith last Mrs R A Shellman and Mrs Pike Conn wore in Cloverport FridayThe on the Advance Friday night was quito a success The family reunion given by Mrs R S Skillman and Mrs M L Roberts in honor of Mr and Mrs James Boon Hillsboro1Tex as was much attended Mr G W Payne is having his store house and dwelling painted Prices floating Queen will bo at the river Saturday night W B Blaine iis at Hardin SpringsMiss Hawkins is on the sick list- Kenneays 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 Cloverpo- rtIRVINGTON familyMrstel Anna Louise and sistorsMiss Claudie and Margaret Bandy left Monday for a two weeks outing at Tar Springs Jonnie Simmons spent a few days in Cloverport last week buy ins stock trvb Mrs C L Chamberlain has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Montgomery at Lebanon Mrs James Lewis of Branden burg is the guest of her daugh or Mrs S r Parks D W Henry the popular auc tioneer went to Big Spring last week to cry the sale of Doranwho reciently took the Bankrupt law Mr and Mrs Chism of Webster were the guests of Mr and Mrs J O Chapin Sunday The Ladies Missionary Society of the M E Church will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock A special on Corea has been arrangedand all of the ladies are invited to come Mrs Fidelia Gallpwav will leave this week for a visit to relatives and friends at DrlGoodsE Brown was sold at auction The stock of General Merchandise was purchased by Duffins of Louisville for 1690 H H Kem per being the highest bidder for the store house and lot adjoining byHush1885Mrs CorydonInd strong of Sonora Ky loft last weekafter being the guests of their brother G T Marshall for the past several days Mrs Dempster of Glendeane was the guest of Dr P E Demp ster and wife Sunday On Saturday July 21 the Irv- ington and Brandenburg boys will cross bats on the Irvington dia mond No admission Mr and Mrs W J Piggott en tertained in honor of Mrs James Lewis of Brandenburg2and Rev J W Thompson last Friday to six oclock dinner Roy Moorman of Glendeane has a position here in the First State Bank as assistant cushier The fifth Sunday Minister and Missionary Meeting which convenes at Clovorport will be represented if Liabilities Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus and Undivided Profits I 273072 Deposits 24952908 Dividend 32 due July 1 1906 at 3 per cent 150000 Total Very 11 H BEARD Cashier Bank statement guardian attention indicated these deposit u week Excursion Hartford Ice Cream Supper Near Hardin Schoolhouse on Robert Smith place Sat Night JuL 21 Soft DrinksIce Cream W D Pate W N Pate 1 hy T N McGlothlan and James Bate Herndon of the Baptist churchMrs L D Bishoff and baby re turned Saturday after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Bishoff at Clovorport Edgar Bennett left Friday for a visit to relatives in the eastern part of the state W E Brown made a business trip to Evansville last Thursday Dr LB Moremen after having been ill for four weeks has so far recovered as to be able to resume his practice He returned to the city Monday evening Stenographer cgsWanted competent a good poistion by attending the UniversityBowlingabovetOfcataog 1 l 4 Card of Thanks Miss Wlnfrid Hardin and Henry N Hardin wish to express their since thanks to friends and neighbors fo their helping hand and words of synj pathy In our late sickness and dent of death of our brother M Wainflel Hardln Henry Nand Winifrid Hardii- Lodlburg Ky July 10 i That want column It is always well to have abo salve in the house Sunburn 1 1 bruises plies and boils yield to Wittss Witch Hazel Salve o keep a box on hand at all time Ivide for emergencies For ye standard but followed by many tatois Be sure you get the gene DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve SoW Severs Drug Co Cloyerport IR I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS lrXAGAZLE SECTION CLOVER PORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 IgOO PART TWO 11 BOSTONS NEW CHURCH fi CURISTIAX SCIENTISTS DEDI CATS TWO MILLION DOLLAR MOTHER TEMPLE 1 Thousands From All Parts of World Thronged Historic Uiyuhurah Scats SOOOTalier Than Bunker Hill Monument JThe dedication In Juno of a mag filllceut new addition to the Mother IjJhurch of the Christian Science de npmluatlon In Boston was an event of the highest significance in the his ifbry of this religious buds HlIoutuneouHtccognltlou Tf the Imperative demands of the mar growth of the movement oxclous dressing the liberality of thousands of embodyinthe buildingTitusfuls years gathering The church is one of time largest If not the largest In the United States its seating capacity being 0012 ltd style of architecture Is Italian Renais lance The pows and other interior tliilshings are of mahogany The j alls are Concord granite and Bedford stone with beautiful decorative carv- Ings The inside finish is n soft gray to harmonize with the Bedford stone columns supporting the dome The height of the building to the top of the lantern is 224 feet just one foot higher than Bunker Hill monument The dome Is eightytwo feet In diameter hnd Is covered with terra cotta to match the Bedford stone The build lug presents a stately dignified std Impressive appearance and It Is al ready recognized as one of the land marks of Boston The cost of the building Is something less than 2000000 The new chimes consist of eleven hells the largest of which weighs 4000 pounds The smallest hell weighs 400 pounds The organ Is one of the largest and finest in the world The original Mother Church which adjoins the new building seats about 1200 hind yet three Sunday services are required to nccomodnte the attend ance It Is said that when this edlflco NEW CHRISTIAN SCIEN was planned some of the members were disturbed on account of Its size They thought that the provision of so large an auditorium was entirely un called for the attendance at that time being only about 550 Mrs Eddy organized the First Church of Christ Scientist in Boston In 1879 with twentysix members So slow was the growth of the movement at first that In 1889 ten yeas later there were only eleven churches From that time however the increase WU8 more rapid In 1899 there were 1301 churches There are now 057 Churches and 275 societies not yet or gunlzcd as churches making 932 societies holding church services In J8S9 there were only 450 members In the entire connection In 1894 the total membership was 2530 Five years later It had reached 18184 These figures show that the principalI growth has taken place during the past seven years Tho membership at the present time is about 72000 The dedicatory exercises were attended by visitors from all parts of the United States and Canada from Great Britain Australia Sweden Den mark France Germany Switzerland the Hawaiian Islands South America and other foreign countries One hundred and fortyfive church edifices have already been erected by the Christian Scientists These as a whole compare favorably with those of tho older denominations It Is said that when funds are no longer needed for the completion of the Mother Church a large number of buildings will be commenced In dif ferent parts of the country EARTHQUAKE RECORDERS They Are the Mdst Delicate of All Instruments The Instruments Invented for he recording of time motions of the earths crust during an earthquake are looked upon by scientists as the most delicate of all machines So highly sen BUIve are they Indeed that the very 4 slightest vibratory motion Is recorded iKrfectly Even the tread of feet cannot escape this instrument if sufficient to cause vibration There are three classes of Instruments for the automatic recording of earthquakes each with Its own purtlc tar function First la the seismol t k scope which will merely detect and record tho fact that there has been an earth tremor Sonic of these are so equipped as to Indicate the time of the disturbance Second Is the seismometer the func tlon of which Is to measure the maxi mum force of the shock either with or without an Indication of its direction The third Instrument Is the seismo graph which Is so arranged that tt will accurately record the number suc cession direction amplitude and period of successive oscillations The last Instrument Is by far the most delicate of the three In the construction of this earth quakerecording machine the maker must so suspend a heavy body that when Its normal position Is disturbed In the most infinitesimal degree no re actionary force will be developed tending to restore It to Its original position The Inventor has never been snsg pension al hotly perfection seismograph of today however has reached a stage of perfection where close approximations are obtained in the records made The complementary part of the Instrument is composed of n system of levers connecting an nstatically sus lended body with various surfaces that are moved by clockwork These surfaces are constructed of highly sensitive material on which needles play us the suspended weight responds to the vibrations of the earths crust The most elaborate of these ma chines are capable of recording the vertical and two horizontal motions of the earth In the case of a seismic disturbance 4DA GOOD SPANKING Boy Rescued From Drowning Mother Administers an Addil tional Lesson An Interesting little story of very human interest comes from the river front on the outskirts of New York City whero SIgnora Genaro who recently came to this country from Naples was walking the other day with her sevenyearold son Antonio for an airing While she was watching a passing steamboat the little chop frisked along the pier and then splash Into the river The mothers shrieks were heard by a patrolman lIe jumped Into a boat TEMPLE IN BOSTON and fished out Antonio The police man hud only one oar and it was awkward work getting to tho boy and lifting him into the boat When the signora saw that her son was safe the anguish In her face gave way to a look of resolute purpose and as the dripping Antonio wits placed on the wharf site laid him across her knee and did what Neapolitan and other mothers have done to their erring jewels ever since boys were pants Her Muster Was u Gentleman A Boston couple were recreating near Augusta and met an old negro woman to whom they took a fancy They invited her to pay them a visit and the colored woman accepted especially as her expenses were to be paidIn duo time she arrived in Boston and was installed in tho house of the wnlte folks She was given one of the best rooms and ate at the same table with her host and hostess At ono of the meals the hostess said Mrs Jones you were a slave werent youYes mum replied the old colored woman I belonged to Mars Robert HowellI he never invited you to eat at his table remarked the Bos ton lady Nor honey dat he didnt My mar ster was a gemmon Ho aint never let no nigger set at the table longside er him Eschew Teeth Examinations Never look a gift horso in the mouth but if hos spavined or knock kneed theres nothing to hinder your taking account of these accomplish ments Could Tulle Unitcd States A Cuban ncgro who came to Ala bama shortly after the cessation of the SpanishAmerican war became in volved says General Fred Grant In a quarrel with n native colored citi zen of the State mentioned In his imperfect English the Cuban darky contemptuously referred to the Ala baman as an African Maybe I is quickly rejoined tho offended one but ef I Is an African I thank de Lawd I aint no Spaniel an whats more l nlnt no black Philis tinel I kin speak United States I kin iG RENAMING THE SIOUX SOME TWENTYFIVE THOUSAND INDIANS AUK RECEIVING CHRISTIAN NAMES Educated Indian Tribesmen Selected by the Great Father to Re christen Brave 8obtalled Coyote Becomes Robert T Wolf Undo Sum has recently Inaugurated a unique and Ingenious project In connection with his Indian wards or at least the most populous division of them This Is nothing less than u scheme for renaming every chief and brave every squaw and papoose of the Sioux tribe The object of this wliolesulc rcchrlstenlng Is to Insure the right descent of property something that has been attended with much difficulty under the old condition of affairs when the Sioux hud no family name and each redskin could be Identified only by his own Individual fanciful name a cognomen which most likelyI had not the slightest resemb lance to those of any of his relatives Time renaming of the U5000 mem hers of the Sioux Indian tribe was or dered by President Roosevelt on the advice of Ilamlln Garland and George Bird Orliiuell well known authors and other persons who have mode a study of thp needs of time Indians To decide upon the r naming was however an easy matter In comparison to the actual carrying out of the strange undertaking SUSPICIONS OF TIlE INDIANS The President and his advisors real ized frown the outset that It would be one thing to give the Indians new names und quite another to Induce the sous timid daughters of the forest ever suspicious of the white mento accept and use these new names However the Great Father at Washing ton was fortunate enough to enlist the cooperation of Dr Charles Alexander Eastman a highly educated physician and clergyman who Is a fullblooded Sioux and who came Into national prominence some time since when ho married Elsie Goodale the talented young Now England poetess At the Presidents solicitation Dr Eastman who is considered the hest educated Indian In the world agreed to personally undertake the task of Inducing his people to adopt the system of family nines desired by the government lust What this responsibility meat will be better understood when it is explained that pot only was Dr Eastman to visit nil the Indian villages of the Sioux tribe and personally bestow names but he must also devise or invent the new names Just Imagine selecting given names for J5000 per sons of both sexes mad apportioning perhaps half as ninny or one third as many different family names In ad dillon In this portion of his novel mission nrv work for Uncle Sam the Name Giver as the Sioux now term their educated tribesman has displayed rare judgment anti a line regard for family I history anti tradition among the Sioux n thoughtfulness that has done much to win the good will of these Intelligent but conservative Indians for the new project Whenever possible ho limas perpetuated an Indians old name in his new one For Instance nigh Eagle becomes Mr Hlgheagle Bobtailed Coyote was changed to Robert T Wolf and Itotten Pumpkin has been transformed Into Robert PumplanDr has been making a round of nil the Slonx reservations which are located for the most part In the Dakotas anti elsewhere in the Northwest When lie arrive uta branch agency or tribal headquarters for the purpose of rechristening the Inhabitants his first move Is to have a conference with the chief men or counselors of the place They In turn EAGLE TRACK send out a herald or town crier summon all the people to n sort toII mass meeting and at this the Giver explains the Presidents wishes at length THROUGH INDIAN SUBTLETY At the outset many of time assembled j Indians may bo prono to grumble against the new system but gradually Dr Eastman will win them over and In his labors thus far ho has not encountered more than half a dozen Indians who have steadfastly refused to change their names However hundreds of tho Indians have con fided to him that they would accept the now system of names only because they had the assurance of a fellow tribesman Dr Eastman that It was ngoodplan and that they would never have tolerated It had n white man come among them and broached the scheme Although the renaming of tho Sioux is not yet completed It has already I I1 been proven that the new system 9f Inames will be of the greatest benefit and value In insuring the correct descent of Government allot meats of land from generation to gen eration Incidentally It may be noted that even thus early this untangling of lines of descent hits won for some Indians valuable property rights lire viously denied them As a case In point it mummy be cited that only a few weeks ago Dr Eastman was Intru mentul in securing for a young squaw MO acres of rich land of high value which hud been temporarily lost to her owing to her separation from her own tribe and which an un Tupuloiia relative was on the point of selling when President Roosevelts special commissioner stepped In and set things right IhoninK Through Flesh To talk through the human body or a row of human bodies for the matter of tl1l1tIs one of the weirdest NOTED SIOUX CHIEF BLACK CHICKEN It of the leetrlclans fonts If a tele phone wire be severed mind the two ends be held by a person one in each hand but far part It Is quite possible for a conversation to be curried on through the body as readily mind as distinctly as If the line hud heen properly connected Their Compass Points to the South The Chinese do everything back wards from a Caucasian potent of view Their compass points to the South Instead of the north Tile men wear their hair long while the women coil theirs in a knot The dressmakers are men the women carry burdens The spoken language Is not written and the written language Is not spoken Books are read backwards BLACK THUNDER and any notes are inserted at the top White Is used for mourning and bridesmaids wear black l1li Aa Argument One touch of nature makes the whole world kin One hunch of grafters takes the whole worlds skin One touch of humor makes the whole world grin And food adulteration keeps the whole world thin Kansas City Times SameOld Game I The angler sallies forth again And by time brooklets shore Doth Idly lie and fish and then Goes home and lies sonic more There are In round numbers one million inhabited houses In Greater Lon don I n 0 THE BLACK 11 SEAL PURSEII Snatch Itl Snatch IU whispered Roddy the lookout pal to Jimmy the Swift who won this title from the lightning rapidity with which he wits known to relieve mens pockets of their contents In n moment the practiced lingers of Jimmy hud skillfully extracted a limit seal purse from the pocket of a slight young man who was busily elbowing Ills way th ough the crowd that was besieging n belated Broadway car The day had not born n rich one for the picks and Swifty eyed the thin purse rather suspiciously Mighty slim looking hey Red THE In reply Reddy drew up ono side of his face exposing his deep yellow canines pulled the remnants of n lint over his arms and leaning against the side of a great building in quiet shadow struck an attitude that seemed to soy Yell here I nm pre pared for anythinggo ahead and show your Booty Somehow Swifty was slower than usual In bringing his snatch to light He felt the purse pressed It between his hands turned It over and over and at last seeing Roddys eyes Hash im patience he reluctantly opened the pocketbook Well Ill he smothered cried Reddy as Jim pulled out a faded pink envelope from which fell a lock of grimy hair and a newspaper clipping bearing the seared narks of time It WitH an obituary praising the life and work of the deceased The dead woman It said hud been an exemplary wife and mother and one of tho sweetest noblest and most honored members of the community Her loss was therefore mourned by every one who had the happiness of knowing her She left an only son All this the boy read aloud amid frequent stops to Number 613 PRICE 10 CENTS EACH n spell the hard words to his hum who listened with n cynical smile At the end of the reading ho was about to shout with derisive laughter when Jim springing forward collared him and with a tone utterly new to him said sternly Look here Red You and IH friends thats nil right but as sure as Im a thief this here aint no stag for a feller to laugh uti For an answer Red thrust hits hands Into his pockets eying Jim curiously the while and turned on one foot with a long low whistle I never hud no mother murmured Jim She died when I was n little chap so T never knew her hut It must be awfully nice for n feller tll liivp a mother like that to be good to him and learn him tilings Why who knows perhaps If you and me had had mothers like that Rein Instenl ifboln kicked round by the bow who never gets enough out of us we micrhf a had a good schoolln nail bees tuck In an honest llvtn Instead of thlovm In New York Those words of regret upon the pnr cllredtleRlrowhose only homo almost i tine infancy hull been the street and whnsr companions hind been croolIntineerdowells was too much for ticIncorrigible Reddy whose worship consisted of heroes that were dning villains and not penitent nlnuer lie could hardly suppress tis o tempt for time to him now Sort Jimmy hence ho drawled wilt r sneerYounlhtgainto 111111111 on ar count of that find ho you Jim1 i See there your are Go 01111l Tim Look tit time bunch of greonks sticking out of tho old fellers coif quifU Jim The habit of yours could nut br byhisforward and In a second hits flng Twould immure been on the bund of pUller money which the evil ear cf Reddy spotted In tho old man pocket Like a hush came the sight of the purse the gray lock of hair tlwords In the newspaper that mado such an impression updn hintno lee would not he could not any more Ills hard dropped to his side Tire old man disappeared with the iriontv AngersJlrnupon his naked chest Ills companion glaring at him with oyog furious vltnanger Well taint no use said Jim quietly but firmly I couldnt Red somehow after that and Ill meter try it again You get another pal1f you wu t- tobut I tell you that I aint gobs to keep this here pocketbook nor imthlii whats in it Its done It for me Iuquit the profession That night a black seal purse was grcatiscrawled In pencil as follows Please try to find the owner of this I seas he wants It bad Tho thief n- 3wasIos Angeles Times In Extremis The fouryearold daughter of e clergyman was ailing one night and was put to bed early As her mother was about to leave her she willed her backMamma she said I want to see my pupa No dear her mtrt replied your papa Is busy and must nut be disturbed But mamma the child persisted I want to see my papa As before the mother replied No your papa mu t not be disturbed limit the little one canme hack with a clincher Mamma she declared solemnly I nm n sick woman and I want to see my minister il PALISADE PATTERNS IIIA DUSTING OUTFIT Designed bv BERTIIA BROWNING No housekeeper can afford to be without a useful apron cap and sleeves for the time when the house must be swept and duster and there is no one else to do it These are invaluable on other occasions when there Is other work itdo which would sol Miladys gown and the models sketched are designed especially a r homo construction and verv pasilv made T r aproi consists of a narrow square yoke frmwhich the full straight portion depends The underarm scam is left open for n short distance to allow plenty of room for the sleeve to pi s quaintDutchprovide for n shirr Urine or elastic to be run in top and bottom to hold them in place jn barn percale and tnadraaate suitable materials For the medium lilac 6 yards are needed W37 Sizes small medium and large PALISADE PATTERN CO 17 Battery Place New York City For in cents enclosed pleats send pattern No 0437 to tho following address j SIZEsADDHKKS NASIK I I CITY and STATICtr Rl ii 1w-a 4 111111 NMMY r r Breckenridge News WIDNESDAY JULY 181006 lutts1 Pills This popular remedy sever falls to effectually cure psia Constipation Sick the Biliousness i And ALL DISEASES arising from a jidLiverand Bad Digestion The natural result Is good appetlt and solid flub Dose small elegant ly sugar coated and easy to swallow v No Substitute t want column i Fannie Lee went to AddIson- y f Edna Jaruoe has returned from Kanfr Moorman was here from Ma Sunday Ben Ridgaway Is in Sheperda siting relatives Marion Bowmer left tor Chicago r mcrningwon E C Babbage are atom the South c nd Mrs Wave Roil were hero wensboro Sunday IIi H L Cawthorne and children f icago aye nt Tar Springs If Maude Polk in in Frankfort the of Mrs Hugh L TobIn Jr i LarKin Gibson and Miss Eliza fa Are here from Hardinsbnrg- H Hattie Eskndge went to Evans Sunday to visit Union Lookbard r 8 Blanche Carman went to Louis Sunday to visit Mr Clint Lucas iSri Daniel Burn of Wabash Ind Sltbe guest of Mr and Mrs J P las Krs IJarnold Dowden and Nellie kjtchouse were in Owensboro Satnr Lime per narrel 000 cement per triel flOO Lloverport PlannIng II Manager Sexton of the Telephone cchnnee went to Owensboro Saturday if lht Misses Kena Taul Edna and Vevi Dnncan went to Evansville Sunday for two weeks Mrs Areva Nngent has returned to her home in Owensboro after a visit In the city i Mrs J A Randal land son Dwight- of Lonibvllle are tho guests of friends ifcityift Farmer and child havo I returned to West Point after a weeusi visit in this city Mr and Mrs Robeit Fort of Lonis ville have been the gnests of Air and MRS A L Fort Gas Reidel was down tram Holt S nday He has just returned from n wieks trip to St Louis llr and Mrs Tom B Paul went to Evansville Sunday to visit their sons James Louis Geor e and Jess Mr H L Stader returned from Vine Grove last Wednesday with threw horses ho had purchased there Mrs Everett Clark and daughter Evelyn of Richmond were the guests of Mrs J D Babbage Saturday even ingMrs A Brown and daughter Mary returned to Irvington Sunday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Joe Smart out the pike Editor D M Duncan of the Meade Messenger was in the city Sunday the guest ot his parents Mi and Mrs D M Duncan Mrs Frank Waggoner and baby re tared to Irvington Snnday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Lew Waggoner at Hites Run Mrs James Williams returned to Waitman last week after a visit to her father Mr Joe Potter who Is very low with a cancer Warfield Collins nnd mother return ed from Louisville last week War efids oye is gettingjalong as well as could be expected Mr and Mrs Charles Harper of Kirk were visiting his sister Mrs Vest Potts Mrs Harper is in very poor health She is bemir treated by Dr J T Owen- Contractor James Lewis hoe com pleted his new home on the Hill The building is of two stories handsomely finished both outside and in and is one of the pretties homes in the town L MIss Fannie Lacy of HOPklnsvllle- oj fras the guest of Mrs J T Lewis Friday night Miss Lacy has been visiticg at the English home near 8tephensport for a month She will return to Hopkinsvlllo this week Cloyerports freight traffic on the Henderson Ronte is in a very flourish ing condition It requires the atten tion of Agent Fred Ferry all of the time whereas he fomerly attended both the locall express and freight business combinedProbably the first shipment of apples from this nity this year was the one made last week of 80 barrels by C CWhitehead of Tobinsport The shipment was billed for Louisville The apple crop as a whole is said to DO very small this season Postoffice Inspector R MC Hosford of Danville 111 was here Monday eve ning to see his daughter Miss Jean who ls the guest of Capt and Mrs J H Rowland CONTINUEThose and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion should continue the treatment In hot weathers smaller dose 1 t willdor prokduringI BeasonSend sampleSCOTT 409 15 Pearl Street New York soc and 1 100 j all druggttu I Chas Furrow is sick I Rev j T Lewis is nt Tar Springs Mr Will Heyser has been the guest of F T Heyser Born to Mr and Mrs Chas Keil a fine tenpound girl- ZenoHendrick of Hardinsbnrg went to Louisville Monday Mr II A Woods of Louisville way the guest ot Miss Lula Severs Sunday Mr and Mrs Hovious Behen have returned from a bridal tour of the NorthMiss Zella Arms of Leitchfield will nrrive thiweek to visit Miss Ray HeyserS Porter of Mattoon 111 is here t be with hid father Mr Joe Porter who is ill Miss Maria Watkins of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs R E MoormunMr Mrs Roland A Smith and grandson Lennon returned from Gin cinnati MondayIMrs Chas B Skillman and daughter Elizabeth are in Morgan field visiting her parents Mrs L D Bisnoff and baby have re turned to Irvington after a visit to Mr and Mrs Sam BishofT Mrs Cutup Henderson of Webster went to Newport R I Monday to Tieit her son Wathen B Henderson The Henderson Route is building ia handsome new depot at West Point It is covered with Cloverport tiling Born to Mr and Mrs Judson W Hickerson of Hardmsburg July 3 a fine tenpound boy Judson L can Miss Rose Barry has gone to Big Bend after being the guest of Mr and Mrs J ABurry for several weeks Niagara FallsRate of 1250 will be made from Cloverport to Niacara Falls and return Date of sales July 28 and August 0 10 and 25 Return limit 12 days from date of sale Old Point Comfort Rate of 1550 will bo made from Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return Date of sales July 23 and August 11 Return limit 15 days from date of sale The first Sunday in August the Rev B M Currie of the Metbodui church will hold a special meeting at eleven oclock This service will he especially for those who are too old to attend church regularly and each young member has been asked to make a special effort to bring some friendTry little KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA after your meals See the effect it will produce on yonr general feeling by digesting your food and helping your stomach to get itself into snaps Many stomachs are overworked to the point where they refuse to go further Kodol digests your food and givee yonr stomach the rest it needs whIle Its reconstructive properties get the stomach into working order Kodol relieves flatulence sour stomach pall pitation of the heart belching etc Sold by Severs Drag Co Cloverpo- rtMATTINGLY Mr and Mrs W B Tmil left last Sunday for Evansville to visit their children who have positions there Geo Taul our clever and accomma drting blacksmith has gone to Evans villeIf all the boys were as good at throwing stones as Roscoe Laslev there would be but little use of guns when they go fox hunting On returning from his wore one evening last week he saw a large gray fox He picked up a stone and threw hitting him and killing him instautlyThe that was broken last Fri day night and Saturday with refreshing rains was a Godsend Vegetation of all kinds was suffering for the want of rainMiss Virginia Frank of Owensboro is visiting friends and relatives here and on Tar Fork Joel Keenan of Smithsod Mo who has been on a visit here has returned homeMrs Joel Keenan and children are visiting her parentsMr and Mrs Owen SeatonMr and Mrs T N Brickey went out to Cave Spring church last Wednesday night to hear Rev Joel Keenan who preached there Mr and Mrs Mackey of Central City Ill and Mrs James Keenan of Tar Fork were the guests of Mrs Sarah Frank last Sunday Chas Pate aua Otis Taul were the guests of Misses Spicy and Lilian Wil son last Sunday Mrs Lonnie Taul who has been vis iting friends and relatives here left last Sunday for her home at Evansville Miss Lula Brickey is visiting her aunt Mrs Wm Mingus on TAr Fork this week G A Pierson and wife of Louis ville were the guests of her brother- J M FItch Sunday The Infant daughter of Mrand I- rslBJuly 5 ot flax Mrs Alonzo Fallon is visiting ner son Joe at Madoria Died of Typhoid Fever Pateaville Ky July 17Special Miss Kins Hatfield daughter of Mr and Mrs Tlrve Hatfield of this place died at her home on last Sunday afternoon of typhoid fever She was burred Monday in Betnleem cemetery Card of Thank Mr and Mrs deb Ciist wish to thank their friends and neighbors for their kindness during the illness and death ot their baby That columnrt Q IA positive CURE CATARRH Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Glees Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseasmereb- rane It cures Catarrh and drives away B Cold in tho FEVERstoresTaate and Smell Full size CO cts at Drue gists or by mail Trial Size 10 cts by mail ElyBrothers GO Warren Street New York GARRETT Miss Ida Hilf Is visiting relatives In Marion county Mifs Bertha Fonsheo spent Tuesday with Mr John Sipes Miss Lena Ritchie was the guest of Misses Hamilton Tuesday night Dan Brown of Big Spring was the guest of Miss Lonella Miles Sunday Mr ana Mis John Funk wero guests of J G Ruby and family Sun day Dowell and Bradley threshers have been threshing in this neighbor hood this week Miss Dora Funk spent several days last week with Mrs Beverley Matting ly at Ekron and attended the meeting Mr and Mrs Clarence Lewis and baby ot Hardinsbnrg ware guests of their pnrcnte Mr and Mrs Francis Ritchie Saturday nd Sunday Miss Lena Ritchie entertained Tnnrsday night Those present were Miss Nannie and Ida Hamilton of Missouri Vallio and loa Hamilton Susie and Lillie Cinyoroff Bertha and and Mable Foushee Messrs Tom Kelly of Louisville Robert Martin Croycroft Lum Hamilton Adolph Montgomery ana Ernest Fonshee That columnTARFORK T II Chancellor was in Clo vcrport Wednesday Norvin Chancellor was quite sick last week but is improving Miss Josie Ryun will teach our school tho ensuing term- Ite C L Golly preached at Keenan Chapel last Sunday 11 a m Bryant Barisn hits returned from IllinoisMrs O W Rice spent the 4th I with Mrs C L Got Mrs T II Chancellor and Miss Irene Robbins wont to JollyJ lust Friday and had Dr Sandbach ex tract some teeth and were the guests of Mrs L C Tan1 Rev J T Keenan of Colum bus 0 born and reared in this vicinity Cave Spring church Wednesday night to a good crowd Deputy Sheriff Beard of Hard insburg was in our midst Friday Miss Kiper of Grayson county is visiting her aunt Mrs P H KeenanMrs T II Bates received news last week of the sudden death of Aunt Liza Hudsoncol a trusty servant in the household of Mr and Mrs W W McCarty near WhitcaviUo Daviess Co Mrs Bates parents whore she had faithfully served them more than 45 years She was 80 years old and died suddenly of paralysis Mr Joe Porter is not so well at tho time this is being written Miss Ruth Haynes has returned from a visit to Edinbnrg Ind IIWater I Queen COMING Mon Night JULY 23P- RESENTINGII DeadwoodDick In Four Acts With HighClass Specialties be tween Acts A Grand Dou- bleSHOWI 7 ry R P KEENE mDR irKEENE f I DENTISTS OF OJVENBOR0fJ IIweek J be In Dr LlRhtfoots office one FI out of each month prepared to wait on all wishing High Class Den tlstr IJwill11 A T I TO CHICAGO Our junior partner J f Byrne Severs is in Chica go taking a special course t in a leading optical schonl During his absence weWlI Wkl have secured the services Emilof Mr E T Haynes of Short Haynes for proscription l I wor- kSEVERS DRUG CO I a == ti + 2 +II Wants 11- jj I- Ioh +Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week FOR SALEThree splendid muck cows extra butter cow and two good work horses cheap for cash J E Keith FOR SALERed jtlobe for a parlor lamp at News Ofllce itOO FOIL SALE Farms Adkisson Bros Cloverport Ky- WANTEDIrourfirst class yenrlauU mare llardlusljurj Ky iANTEIOontliiniin or lady with Rood TT roforitico to travel by rail or with rig for II tlrm of 21000000 capital Salary fl 7200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and axpensw advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky FSALEone1 house undone Rood much FOlt SALEA tuition certificate In the Green Ituslnuss College Hreck inrldgo News FOIL SALE Kourroom cottage with cellar snit che p Alvin Simmons Clover portl Ky FOIL SALKI03 ucrus of land laying on the railroad hoar Kirk 100 mros cleared six In woodland Good barn 18 acres In meddow Splmidld land for tohacco corn or wheat 1rlio 11500 cash For further jiarttculiirs write tho HreckenrldRO Nows Cl vurport Ky WANTEUTo trade frulttrnes for lumber on Jno D HabbaRe Clo erport Ky FOR SALE PHI TIoiO Presses and Cutting machines ono lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Oas and Gasoline Jnglnes JIAUTIN GABLE SitS 3rd Street Louisville K- yCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Hates IOO per day LaborWanted u I will employ 75 good men to work on the public roads job will last two months will pay 110 to 125 per day for further information apply to J V St Clair Road Superviser HARDINSBURG KY Rev J T Keenan has returned to his home in Columbus Ohio after a visit to his fatherinlaw Owen Seaton in the county in company with his wife and family Mrs Keenan and the Ichil Iren will remain for several weeks yet before going home Rev Keenan preached last Sunday at Cave Spring church to a large audience He is pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church- at Reynoldsburg Ohio a suburb of Columbus a church with 500 members Rev Keenau says his church is a live one aud that just recently the members have had 100 worth of art glass win dows put in the building F HOLTLgj IEME lone More Week For The Special Ribbon e IISaIel We have sold more ribbon in W the past two weeks than ever before and in order to give allnwho have not had an oppor t tunity of supplying their wants 1mbefore can do so now Do not let this chance pass t without getting your share of I ribbon J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky o fl n u Cadick Milling Co r T AArE carefully safeguard W r ourr rt 111known11I is tunities often come to us in WM confidential ways ft d LET US HAVE I1 W WYOURI BUSINESS 44- 1t1t1tAllj business entrusted to V- l m ljjus will receive prompt and IK careful attention Highest illI q timeq1 n TI INSURED MIA I N S T 1 LOSS UV FIRE AND 1 uunai vur CONSER- VATIVEIi BOARD OF DIKKCTOItS EFFICIENT r OFFICERS I II I 1 Bank of Gloverport- j1j Cloterport Ky 1 1 1k Byrne Severs left for Chicago Monday where he will attend an ootlcal school Dr C F Marshall and family N B Wetherton nod daughter Anna Louise and sisters Misses Claudie and Margaret Bandy of Irvington are at Tar Springs for two weeks Mr A Whitworth of Stephensport went to Owensboro Saturday Bowmer Burke has returnerl to Louis ville after being the guest of his grand parents Mr and Mrs W II Downier Mr and Mrs B H Babbape and Mrs Eliza Taylor spent Monday in Ow ensboro with Mr and Mrs C P Italy bageMrs Roscoe Severs and Miss Margaret Baker of Hardinfburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs D II Severs last Wednesday Mrs Jeff Hook and Miss Lelia Me Geary were down from Hardinsburg last Wednesday the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Payne Mr and Mrs James Harper of West View were visiting their children here and at Patesville last week They re turned home Monday Roy Moorman of Glendeane who has recently returned from the West has a position in the First State nnk at Irvington as assistant cashier Misses Sallie Grady Owensboro Jennie Black and Mary Goering Hawes ville were the guests of Miss Mayme Dellaven Friday and Saturday r ToConvinceYou quality of CADICKSGOLD FLOUR The most thoroughly convincing argument will be for you to try a sack You will miss it unaccountably if tou fall to try it for it is one of the tost brands of Flour on the market Our milling processes are the best and we use only the best grade of wheat MAKERSIIIOtIrrrtrrRrrrrIrvKrtrrrrrKrraKst I No Waitingt HiS i a 5 Just tell us how much J 5 lumber you need We jj 3 have a all kinds of 3 Framing materialI and choice Poplar and i Walnut is ready for 5 5 you g gMable to get so quick 4 before S- If V- f Let us have your SM m t order today 3 a t Your House Barn or 2 t Stable may need Ji reiv pairs 5 J Ji i t ICloyerportII- ii I StAAililitAAleStRilAllAA7ei1kU itilA71St O LouisvilleExcursion ExcursionJuly Fare from stations Cloverport to Branden burg inclusive 125Tickets sold from Cloverport for both morn ing trains good returning on any train same day From other stations sold for train 142 only good returning on train 143 For further information see local agent r To Cure a Cold in One DayIN Cri 1Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Ill Joiwelty f i25C- w Seven Mffioa fcoses toU bpact 12 months TfciS signature OUR HOME TOWN- A Department Devoted to Village Betterment RICHARD HAMILTON BYRD I The editor of thla denartticiit desire to keep in touch with tthe active member of Civic mid Local Improvement Associations IC and every one interested In the improvement and the protection of rural village life What is being done in your town to encourage small Industrie and for home employment What is doing along the line of street improve meat and the beautifying of private lawns and public parks 1Areyour local merchants receiving the support of the local trade cit Experience plans and suggestions will be welcomed by the editor of 1 this department and so far ao possible given place in these columns RAei J TUB IXDEPEXDBXT TOWN Make Each Rural Center Dependent Upon Itself and Its Own Resources K I There has lately developed a strong A sentiment looking to the Improvement l of the home town making suet community us much M possible+ 1 dependent upon Itself and Its own resources anti those of Its surrounding t country and Independ r I a ent of the great centres which are h constantly striving to secure a portion of the local wealth This local self sufficiency may be fostered by an In 11 dividual and cooperative determl nation to bring the town up to ItsI highest possible piano of comfort gen eral usefulness and beauty to Its rest dents This may be described as al t y imovement for civic Improvement 1 The accumulation of considerable wealth In many American villages and F towns during the last ten or twenty years the development of popular V education and the Increase of leisure huts given an opportunity for the per formance of public duties such asJ had not seemed to exist to the young man or woman of tilt former gener ation who In the effort to secure n livelihood and establish n home lint given little thought to the duties of citizenship and social responsibilities It Is only within a comparatively few years that nature study tins entered into any of the publicschool1 work or even manual training while there are many who yet think that such Institutions as gymnasiums 1 1baths playgrounds anti even vacation schools and free lectures are unnecessary timeconsumers for the young Nevertheless the general movement for a better education along rural lines trod for backyard and street Improve mont and the general betterment ofI the village and town Is rapidly InJ creasing As an Instance of tills even In such a large city as St Louis girls and boys are given practical Instruction In gardening through the Junior School of Horticulture of the Missouri Botanical Gardens The children are permitted to soil their own IJroductsI I PJ a decided stimulus to their eorts I and In this way many of them earn considerable pocket money for vacation I time This school has been In operation for a number of years and is of great value to the citizens as well as to the children of the city the latter of whom would otherwise know practi E catty nothing of nature as country I children know it Even In Texas the school gnrden 11111 town Improvement Idea tins made headway although there tins blenI greater difficulty In obtaining popular approval and support possibly thou In any other section of the country ovliw tt the fact perhaps that the Lone Star State has vast areas of inioc cipled land and to the fact that the Influential majority hits been twit n short time removed from the cattle i IlitLIVE LIFEI f l11orllf1 1progressive teachers have made school gardens and rural education a success during the past two seasons and have aroused such enthusiasmt among time pupils that It has beet she school tins become a fixture v i4 1 1i Let your child plant his own garden gather his own harvest of fruit and flowers learn his own experience something of the Influence of the sun dew and rain and gain a remote presentiment of the reciprocal of nature and a reverent feeling for the divine life and law expressed In nature Time child is a plant a vege table and must live out of doors or nearly so as conditions will permit Froebel realized thnt health was the basis and test of all our energies and 4 that this was one of tbo morning stars of the new hygiene I = k E r TUB AGRICULTURAL UIGUSCUOOL Successful Examples Described by Crosby of Department of Agricul ture of Local improvement Through Rural Education In tho now Year hook of the D partment of Agriculture just Issued is a description by D J Crosby of th ofllce of Experiment Stations wile shows In a number of Instances what splendid results are being attained through the Introduction of sense agricultural stttdles hi some of the country village schools salt how they directly affect anti benefit their home towns There Is what appears to be an almost Ideal Pennsylvania village high school which the writer visited Ho describes what Its saw In Erie County Pa surrounded by a good general farming anti dairy country is the village of Wateiford Oil the outskirts of which is the siJe of Fort le bent of French and India war fame At Waterford the first school in Erie County was establish J In ISOO anti here as far back as 1S2 wits erected a stone academy build hag which Is used today as time main part of the highschool building Tii township of Watcrford has a popula tion of 1450 and about one hai re side In the borough of Waterf d Tl borough has Its own elementar school but the high school Is support ed and controlled jointly by time bor ough and township Tills high school with Its throe teachers awl threeI courses of study language scientific and agrknilturil hits an enrollment of SO pupils und 851 of these are In the agriculturalciirrse This course hiclinics agriculture five hours a week for four years Tin work of the first year IsI devoted to a study of plant life germination plant growth plant food reproduction propagation transplanting pruning end use of plants the second year to a study of field orchard and garden crops the third year to domestic aril mals dairyingI and soil physics u I the fourth year to the chemistry of soils and of plant mind animal life Text books are used In the classrooms a small library of agricultural reference books reports and bulletin of this Department wad experiment stations and agricultural papers con tributed by the publishers Is in almost constant use anti lectures on agricul tural subjects are given before the class and heforo time whole school by limo instructor In agriculture who is an agricultural college graduate Hut the feature of Instruction Nvhlih I chiefly distinguishes tills agricultural course from time ordinary high school course Is the prominence given to the laboratory work and time outdoor prime til um For time laboratory work there Is no elaborate apparatus The pupils nake much of their own apparatus furnish their own reagent bottles and moreover use them In time plantlife Bourse time pupils study trot elaborate anti carefully prepared drawings but U CUSS IN STOCK JUDGING CATTLE AND PLANT I I Waterfun Pn High School wherever tried garden through small thereby energies time plants themselves with reference to their life history and economic uses For time outdoor practlcum time school Is unfortunate In having neither land nor domestic animals nor fowls null yet It has n wealth of Illus trative material all around It Every good farm within n radius of a or 1Imiles nearly every bunt and poultry yard In the village the butcher shops and the farm Implement stores furnish I costly Illustrative material std extend vastly the teaching force ot the high school The farmers and owners otIgood live stock either bring thel mini mals to the door of the school house to be studied by the class In agricul ture or allow the class to go to their barns and fields for this purpose It Is said to be a rare thing for n good horse to come to tho village and getaway without being examined by the hl husbandryThebeingtimeopportunitytoagriculture A class of 14 boys and 0 girls were studying animal Industry t t wi- k n nuQ bet n orgtlnizbd only three or foar weeks and yet the interest man ifested and the readiness with Wuicb the boys and girls descrIbed the boot type the dairy type and varlou breeds of cattle the uiu n and wool types of steep the principal breeds of draft horses and some of the stand nrl bred roadsters and trotters were indeed surprising At the close of tho recitation the ctss was taken to a barn In the village w ere vcii tine roadsters were owned The owner was not at home but the teacher bri standing permission to take t horses from the burn In order that the class might examine them A flue Uainble tonlan mare was led Into the yard mind examined critically by the pupils and criticised by them the different points being brought out by skillful question ing on the part of the tent Feat this place the class went to a livery barn where a stilt atilt black PerchtTon stallion wilts stabled for the tiny A member of the class had dls covered the horse as he was elng mileseaway and following the driver to the classhburn was reached the driver brow c his stallion out Into the street nut timenteacher In calling attention to his good points and the contrasts between t o draft type and the roadster typo of horses and allowed us to 1 tu several hotogrnphs It was an Instructive lesson trot only for the members of the agricultural class but for time score or more of farmers anti townsmen who collected around the livery stable In much the same way the local butcher Is the In structor in tho high school Time class studying the beef type of cattle or the mutton sheep or the different classes of trine Is taken to the butch er shop slid given a f lustration lesson on cuts and their relative val toeJIinduce the better cuts which the letter quality lint so on Thiw this little village high school Iiiv WATERFORD HIGH SCHOOL JUDGING MAKE salaries and only 4 c370 for other pease has a faculty manic up of tXrr merous specialists and nu I In Illustrative material toUch as few technical high schools could afford And the pupils are being trained In time elements of failure and success not only on mill time farms of the neighborhood but In the village shops and markets This Is training for efliclency It Is training for cal ture for breadth of view mud for sympathy with nil that goes to make up the life of the community Homeerofl mill Craft The homecraft Idea referred to by George II Maxwell in his address before the Biennial Convention of time General Federation of Womens Clubs Is closely allied to the home nits and crafts propaganda In which so many in lull out of the federation lire litter ested The homecrofter owning his home and a little patch of ground an were or two store or lessIs of nil persons the one most likely to be Inter ested In home crafts little lines of manufacture which added to tho pro duce of his ground may afford u sup port to his family either constantly or as a substitute for wageearning em ployment when route great shop or factory may bo suspended Aided perhaps by a little gas engine or elect Ill motor he nasty have a choice of an Infinite variety of crafts in which he and his family may profitably engage Here is a combination which seems to offer relief from the demoralizing aud devitalizing conditions of our present factory system also a mode of multi plying time number of those citizens independent of both landlord and em ployer who are the backbone of American democracy Give us th homecrofter and the craftsman In one1 Kccp Polities Out Every publicminded citizen should make known that he is absolutely opposed to partisan political control In the management of public parks roadside Improvement playgrounds mid like town betterments Nothing cut be moro detrimental to such de velopment than the Interference of politics Party responsibility US a remedy for municipal mismanagement has been provon delusion and U snare Such methods lace raised to Important places bigot ompetent and sometimes dishonest men woo by reason of their weaknesses or mis management have disgraced what should be honorable and respected positions Our citizens should insist absolutely that no political considerations be allowed to intcrfer with park affairs and should visit with marked censure and disapproval all city ofilclals who prostitute their trusts for mere political gain Fresh Air Playgrounds American cities are far behindI European cities In making provision for public parks especially In pro viding for the Instruction and amuse ment of children In thorn In modern municipal equipment In Europe much provision Is made for the Instruction and amusement of children and In most modernized European cjtles large sums of money have been expended In procuring open spaces for them in dis tricts of congested population t f OPPORTUNITIES AT HOME PERMC10 US PillL 050P11 Y ON J011c J INGALLS FAMOUS POEM HOW HOME OPPORTUNI TIES lilt VE nEE Y- OVERLOOKED Solution of the Labor Question tulle rounu in the Development of Houc IndustriesMany thing Is pernicious In Its effect There Is no telling how many men have given up a good tight ing chance und have literally laid down In harness because they had absorbed from John J Inl11118 poem OPPORTUNITY the lIdea that they had Lad their chance and that for them at least opportunity would no return Here Is the poem Master of human destinies aui I Fame love and fortune on my foot steps wait Cities and fields I walk I penetrate Deserts alit seas remote Amt pass Ing by Hovel and mart and palace soon or Into I knock unbidden once at every gate If sleeping wake If feasting rise before I turn away It Is time hour of fate And those who follow me reacu every state Mortals desire aud conquer every every foe Save death but those who doubt or hesitate Condemned to failure penury andi woe Seek me In vain and uselessly Ira plomr I answer riot and I return no more A beautiful poem yes but penile ious as IIs the theory of fate or the twin tenet of predestination If oppor tunity comes but once where Is the use of striving President James of the University of Illinois during the recent commence CLASS A HAMBLETONIAN It ment exercises took occasion to refer to the philosophy of Ingalls famous Ipoem It Is false and misleading suld Mr1 James It Is not a single op portunity which comes to a man It Is a train It Is a never endlmg proces slow some small some large growing perhaps more small and more Insignifi cant as time years How on but ever mid ul whys opportunities too Homer ous too great timid too large for us to utilize fully This Is good healthful optimism There never was a time when opportu nine of all shapes sizes and bobbed up on every corner as they do today And they are not confined to many particular country or locality They are waiting everywhere Under the rapidly ctaging Industrial nUll economical condition they are spring lag up In odd and out oftlme wdy places Old settlementsold villages thoss grown and for years silent as the cemetery that clings to their skirts arc finding new youth In the revival of occupations and simple In dustries which twenty years ago were deemed Impossible The abandoned farms of Now England Tho farms that were left tenantless because It was thought that the only opportun- Ities for success were to bo found the West arc receiving new lenses o lifePENDULUM IS SWINGING BACK For a full half century tIme American people have been moneymad Everything hits beep sacrificed to the one Idea of accumulation The dollar sign beeline the sole badge of honor and a mans success was measured not by what he mode of himself not by what ho accomplished for his fellows or the hisepile This standard of feucccsr has ed the Imagination of the wholo pe ple The merchant and professional man bend every energy to the pil ing up of gold bricks And tho farmer not to be outdone lies awake nights thinking how he may get more land Ho has now more than he can till but the laud lust has seized him and home comforts and a quiet life are sold In the market In order that tho lino fence may be removed This has been the condition for many years and It requires careful observation to detect any chance But a reaction has set In Tho pendulum Is swinging back A growing sentiment In favor of a moderate success a quiet life and homo fiurroundlnus Is appar ant With this comes n desire to get back to original principles to abandon the cities and seek the healthful life of tho farm and the village The growth of our cities has been abnormal tho direct result of nh normal transportation conditions liTo him that tenth shall bo riven and to him that hath not even that which he hath shall be taken away has been time working pollen of modern com mercial transportation companies Tho small town tins been sacrificed to the city This was the natural result of competition In centers where numerous railroads meet low rates are given to both the Ingoing and out going frelrht but where there lIq hut ono road tho traffic Is taxed all that It will bear This condition has bad a fvWHWwwfl c fw aArtqW al 1vjV d aatkiktaiiumtetItIwadtim k t BE A HOMECROFTE j Learn by Doing Work Together Give every Man a Chance J 1 i TUB SLOGAN OP TILE HOMECROKTERS IS V Lcuru hy DoiuKWock Together Give Every Mini II Chanec livery Child in n Cnrden Every Mother in n lloineeroll uud lull viduul ludttstriut ludejieudenee for Every Worker in u I Home of his Own on the Lund rA little croft we owned a plot of corn A garden stored with peas and mint and thymetAnd flowers for posies oft on Sunday morn 1 Plucked while the church bells rang their earliest chimes lWordnvorlh 0 The CItizen standing In the doorway of his home contente on his threshold his family tgathered about his hearthstone while the evening of a well spent day closes In Ienea andshahI thebarrackaEDUCATION OPPORTUNITY THE FIRST BOOK OF TilE HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED AND AMONG ITS CONTENTS ARE THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OF ABSORBING INTEREST The Brotherhood of Man Charity that is Everlasting JThe Secret of Nippons Power T Lesson of a Great Calamity The Sign of a Thought Copies of THE FIRST BOOK OF THE HOMECROFTERS con bo obtained by scmllnC twelve twocent stamps with your namo and address carefully and plainly written to to The Homocroftor Gild of tho Talisman 143 Main St Wntertowr Mass Tills book Is the first of a Series that will Chronicle the Progress of tho IIOMECUOFT MOVEMENT slid Inform all who wish to cooperato with It how they may do KO throughI i the formation of local Ifotliecrofler- Circles Clubs or Gilds to promote Town multi Village Betterment stimu lute home civic pride and loyalty to home institutions industries mend trade + I Improve methods and facilities of education in the local public schools andJ eremite new opportunities At Home that will go far to check the drift of trade and population to the cities The first Gild of the Hotnccrofters has been established at Watertown Massachusetts The Glldhall ShopsI and Gardens are located nt lab Mmii Street where the Garden School iIs now fully organized and over ono hundred children are at work In the Gardens The departments for train ing In Homecraft and Village Indus SettiersIt Is not designed to build here an Iisolated Institution but to make a model which can be duplicated In any town or village in tho country There Is Now Hope and Inspiratio- for every Worker who wants a Home of his own on the Land In th CUBED AND PLATFORM OF THE IIOMECROFTERS which Is as fol lowsPeace has her victories BO less re nowned than war EDUCATION COOPERATION OPPORTUNITYIIOMECROFTS We believe that the Patriotic SloganI of the Whole People of this NationI should be Every Child In a Garden Every Mother In a Homecraft and In dividual Industrial Independence for Every Worker In a Home of his OwnI on the Land and that until he own I such a Home the concentrated purpose sand chief Inspiration to labor In the lito of every wage worker should be hisI determination to Get an Acre andI Live on it We believe that the Slums and Tenements and Congested Centers o population In the Cities are a savagely deteriorating social moral and pout heal Influence and that a great public movement should bo organized and the wholo power of the nation and time states exerted for tho betterment of all the conditions of Rural Life andl to create and upbuild Centers of So claim and Civic Life In Country andl Suburban Towns mind Villages t Trade and Industry cut bo so firmly anchored that they cannot bo drawnI thatfnow Humanity Into the Vortex of thet Great Cities We believe that every Citizen I this Country has an Inherent andl Fundamental Right to an Education which will train him to Earn a Liv lug lUll If need be to get his living straight from Mother Earth and that lie has the same right to the Opportun ity to have the Work to Do which will- afford him that living und to earn no only c corortable livelihood but enough more to enable him to bo a Homooof his Own with ground around It sufficient to yield him and his family a Living from the Laud as the reward for his own labor Wo believe that the Public Domain is the most precious heritage of tho people and the surest safeguard tho nation has against Social Unrest Dis turbance or Upheaval and that tho Cause of Humanity and the Preserva tion of Social Stability and of our Freo Institutions demand that tho absorp tion of the public lands Into specula tive private ownership without settle ment be forthwith stopped and that I the nation should create opportunities I for Homecrofters by building Irriga I ilea and drainage works to reclaim I land ns fast as It Is needed to give t every man who wants a Home on theII Land n chance to get It We believe that as a Nation woII should bo less absorbed with lInlclnII Money and should pay more heed to Ia raising up and training Men who will f he LawAbiding Citizens that the wel I fare of our Workers is of more con sequence than the mere accumulation of Wealth aril that Stability of Nn 1 tlonal Character and of Social and 1 Business Conditions Is of greater Im portance to the people of this country as n whole than any other one Hues tlon that Is now before them nail we 1 believe that the only way to Preserve such Stability and to Permanently Maintain our National Prosperity IH to terry Into Immediate effect and I jl lIr J I COOPER HOMECROFTS I HOMECROFTERS r operation the Platform oit1nJlsman The following Is taken there from ANDIIUJIES LANDstaughtg8rdeuingschools tool that Homecraft anti Garden TniliiliiR Schools shall bo municipalstategovernments where outofwhere learnhowsoilmindground and where every boy would be taught that his first aim In lJCoIshould be to ownnBUILD NATIONALSAFEGUARDSThat ofLandcountry to the end that loud shall be subdivided into small holdings in the hands of those who will till It for n occuplltlonIn whichn1Itthediscommteresulting from the overgrowth i cities and the sufferings of unem ployed wageenrnelsII PrQtectlon l tllHomolion of all Improvements upon anil- also of all personal property not ex nmIn I or Rural Homestead of not more than ten ownerscultivates with his own labor and so provides therefrom all or part of the support for n fatally AVAILABLEThat tho National Government Pas part of a comprehensive nation al policy of Internal Improvement for river control and regulation and for time enlargement to tit utmost possible extent of th asrllfor the protection of those Homes from either flood or drouth shall build not tvtiereneeded and drainage works for tit overfiowelaudsforests reforest denuded areas plant dstew forests and build the grout reser volrs mid other engineering works owen flow and save for beneficial uso the Wl1stoIOPPORTOHITIES AT HOME v tendency to draw the manufacturing Interests Into tho great trausportatioi strongthas had a hard struggle to retain IIts own pendutart ditions surrounding the workmen In times cities the lack of home life and time presence of accumulated vice have demonstrated to tho satisfaction of1 i every one that we will never reach our highest Industrial success until the average workman Is placed where ho can have fresh air a family und a t horse for that fatally The small town everything else being equal Is the place for Industries A man with a home find who spends his evenings with his family beautifying that home Is not only a better citizen but he Is worth Infinitely more to hid em ployer than his brother laborer who has no interest other than that he finds with his saloon companions and la ward politics When the reformers have settled the Industrial labor questions they will not be calling for less hours of work but distribution 6f the hours of work Six hours In the factory or the mine and the balance at home working on an acre of ground may bo mtulo a solution of time whole question between labor and capital Any man with a home and one acre of the earths su v Pace that ho can call his own a Jwith employment at fair wages durlpfe five or six hours of tin day need n vcr fear want for himself or his family Under such conditions his family can bo reared and educated anti live under the advantages of a wholesome social atmosphere I r 11VT- u Thu fJt Jy 4 i LaiYoung Folks Get Lively With Return Balls and Confetti Merry GoRound Busy Ulovorport lean hundred years of age but last week it witnessed its first car naval or street fair There seems to be a lot of fiat pocketbooks amongst the boys vho are at an age when tntly gladly buy every thing their sweet toeartsgaz upon bnt every bodyhad ia lively time Unfortunately the band along with the show said good by the day it came and the mnsio through cut the weetc was made prnci pally bj tLe jingling of cow bells and the httli black nigger with his grinding urgan on the merrygo round The shows were not worth sitting town so see and the crowd realizing this started oat to make their own fan Rubber return balls and confetti flyw livelv and one considered himself lucky if he conld walk ten feet with out being bombarded by scouts lying in ambush The merry go round vrai the biggest attraction going and drew a great many of the people Every show has its tights and tbn One had one somewhat of the tomy hawk variety Two brothers wh were drinking began to quarrel One found a hatchet and applied it pretty freely about the others head ThE blows were heard across the street But this dldt stop the fun and the show went on- Hawesville Tobinsport and Cannel ton were represented at the show at different nights during the ween bj visitors The crowd mainly was made up ot people from near town and of Cloverporters Doctors said lie Would not Lhe Peter Fry Woodruff Pa writes II Attar doctoring tor two years with the best pnysicinns in Waynesburg find still gettinc worse the doctors advised me if I had any business to attend to I nad better attend to It at once as I could not possibly live an nother month as there was no cure for me Folevs Kidney Cure was recom mended to me by u friend and 1 im mediately sent my son to the storee utter it and after taking three bottles I begun to get bettor and continued to improve until I was entirely well sold by A R Fisher Cloverport Big Shipment of Lambs Four carloads of lambs left Vine hove yesterday and six more will leave to day for Louisville market Yesterdays shipments were as follows Elias Ray two loads Alex Montgome ry one load Nail d Hunt one load Today Mr Hay will ship one load Clint Jenkins tour and Tice White head one load The lambs ore all very tine and were bought up in the vicinity of Vine Grove Elizabeth town News Only 82 Years Old- I am only 82 years old and dont expect even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get Electric Bitters says Mre E H Branson of Dublin Ga Surely tneres nothing else keeps the old as yoang and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dyspep ala torpid livei inflamed kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown atfer taking Electric Bitters a reson able time Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Cloverpoit ROGERS WINS- AMERICAN HANDICAP Two hundred and sixtyeight of the best shots In the country tooK part in the Grand American Handicap Tournament held in Indianapolis Ind June 1U23 This event was at tended by shooters from all over the country Tho great event of the week was the Grand American Handicap which was won by Mr F E Rogers of St Louis who broke 04 out of 100 targets term the 17yaid mark in a gale of wind shooting Winchester Factory Loaded Shell In each of the other three events on the pro The Kidneys When they aro weak torpid or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neglect them at this time but heed tho warning of tho aching back the bloated face the sallow complexion the urinary disorder and begin treatmeht at once with Hoods Sarsaparilla which contains the best and safest curative substances In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs 100 doses 1 FU- LsTES ON HANDS Suffered for a Long Time Without Relief Had Three Doctors and Derived No BenefitOne Doctor Was Afraid to Touch Them Soreness Disappeared and Hands Now Smooth After Application of CUTICURA SOAP AND CUTICURA OINTMENT For a long timo I suffered with sores on the hands which were itching painful and disagreeable I had three doctors and derived no benefit from any of them One doctor said ho was afraid to touch my hands so you must know how bad they were an other said I never could bo cured and the third said the sores were caused by the dipping of my hands in water in the dyehouse whero I work I saw in the papers about the wonderful cures of the Cuticura Remedies and procured some of tho Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment In threo days after tho application of tho Cuticura Ointment my hands began to peeland wero better The soreness disappeared and they are now smooth and clean and I am still working in the dyehouse I strongly recommend Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment tq any one with sore hands and I hope that this letter win be the means of help ing other sufferers Very truly yours Mrs A E Maurer 2340 State St Chicago Ill July 1 1905 MOTHERS MOTHERS To know that a warm bath with Cuticura Soap and a single anointing with Cuticura tho great Skin Cure and purest and sweetest of emollients will afford instant relief and refreshing sleep to skintortured babies and rest for tired and wornout mothers Sold throughout the world Cutlcurt lIop2Ie slat ment S0c iFnolTraUtOc In form of Chocolate Cotttd flu 15e per rial of 00 Potter Drug k Cbem Corp Solf Fropf Hilton Mm OJM UtU rrrfIIov to Curt EtumAlLDd All About uaUIISctJpuwlLDdUaac1J gram Winchester Factory Loaded Shells or Winchester Repeating Shotguns landed in tlrst place making clean sweep for these justly popular and reliable goods That want column Important NotlceR41144 is old under a positive Guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Horn and Huiberneck Price GO cents No cure no pay i GOOD ADVERTISING BRINGS DOLLARSA- DVERTISING HINTS Advertise and keep advertising un til yon have made enough money The value of advertising is not in proportion to its size but in proportion to its persistence Dont look for results as soon as tne first man has read your advertisement The news paper is the old reliable advertising medium Get ne vs papers to write up store improvementsA printed is a boomerang A good joke diverts attention com your prices or goods Put prices in your advertisement- If you are using a small space talk about one article at a time Talk about your goods not 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Oth by J T Slaughter of Anthoston and was bought by John fl Hodge for 925 800 and 200 The load weighed about 0000 pounds and the Tobacco was of n very fine grade e Tallies With His Maker Jack Gleasons last shift is done and his spirit has crossed the great divide from whence no traveler returns Monday evening dt about 8 ocloo John Gleason succumbed to the ravage of that dreaded disease pneumonia after being confined less tnnn two days Just the week previous be met with an accident while performing his duties in the mine that dislocate his shoulder ana was laying off while recovering train his injuries when be contracted pneumonia and owInt- to a previous severe attack of this disease parly in the spring his lung were in no condition to withstand the second siege so close foollwinj ana its fatal worlC was rapid Deceased Iwas born in New Yorl city CO years also and when but eight years ot ace his parents moved to Clov erport Ky at the close of the war where John remained until he became of age when he came west and tool up mining He came to Jreede in 1812 and has made this bis home the bal annce of his life For the past three years ne has been shift bOSS undo Superintendent Lees on the Creodt United Mines companys poperty tond his place will be hard to fill by an other for Jack was capable effloien and trustworthy He was a singh man but leaves to mourn his untimely loss two sisters who are un married but still reside near the old home in Kentucky and two nephews Mike and Charles Nowton residing in Creede His Industrious dispoal tion is evidenced by the good use to which he applied his earnings for be has paid for one good farm ii Kentucky and has another almost paid for botn of which fall to hh sisters He was a member of tbi Elks of Creeds Lodge No 600 and ot the Odd Fellows of Buena Vista Lodge No 42 and upon his death the Elks took cnargeot the remains and laid them at rest with all the honors due a respected and honored Brother ElkThe funeral was on Wednesday and at the appointed hour the Elas spao ions ball was filled to its capacit with friends from all points of tin county who had gathered there to pa their last respects to a time honere and respected friend aid beautlfu floral offunngp testHUd to tho eutfiu of many in wh en he was held Tin beautiful Elks ceremony was pertorm ed and with the assistance of Fathe Daerne of the Catholic church who blessed the remains and deliverer a very appreciative sermon and the choice music by the Congregations church choir the ceremony was very impressive At the conclusion of the services the remains were review by the vast assemblage after which all that was murtal of Jack Gleasoi was conveyed to the Creede cemetery Un the street the procefsiou was firm ed headed by the band and the mem bers of the Elks lodge and followed by a long stringof friends and minors who accompanied the remains to then last resting place wherA amid prayer and song they were deposited Creede Candle Creede Colo When you wont a 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IIIbtNitU81 l 5 lnalallmentf+ I CIIAPTER IX Sir NlKol who hall entered the room I with a silveryhaired old lady upon his I n arm stared aghast at this sudden burst n of candor Maude Maude said ho shaking 11his head It is more hard for mo to gain obedience from you than from tho i tenscoro drunken archers who followed mo to Gulnno Yet hush little one 4for your fair ladymother will bo hero anon and thero is no need that shot should know it We will keep you journeyyAway to your t1 keep a blithe face who ca- ntS Antinow11 fcuscs is shriven fair moth er ho continued when his daughter had gone sit you hero by the fire for your blood runs colder than it did Alleyno Edrlcson I would have a word a with you for I would fain thatIoushould take service under In good time comes my lady with ithcrewhose counsel It is not my wont aught to Import but indeed it was her own thought that you should fO come r For I have formed a good opinion of you and can see that you arc one who may bo trusted said tho Lady Loring And In good sooth my dear lord hath need of such a one by his ht side for ho recks HO little of himself that there should bo one there to look to his needs and meet his wants You Srhave seen tho cloister It were woll ourthat you should sco tho world too ore make choice for life between them noyouYou can ride asked Nigel looking ut the youth with puckered eyestllsYes I havo ridden much at tho ab uru k bey Yet there Is a difference betwixt a- ND i friars hack and a warriors destrier You can sing and ray- On cltolc flute and reheck GoodI You can read blazonry IghtIndifferent well bile I trust that you tie lowly and ser antivlceable served nil ny life my lord b0 Canst carve toot pate I have carved two days a week for brethrenntstrulyl Wilt make a squlro out of squires But toll me pray canst curl hairere 4 No my lord but I could learnnrn It is of Import said he for I soil + love to keep my hair well ordered see theIng that the weight of my helmet for toldthirty years hath in some degree frayed toplitoalso to hoar the purse wn said the ludy for my nwcot lord Is of FO free and gracious n temper that ho would give it gnyly to tho first who ON I l thingsla Jorthe management of horserhuwk and l of with the lasoand courtesy which arc proper to your age will make you a fit squire for Sir 5et NlTol Lorlnp I youIhave dono mo the to wait upon so renowned a knight Ir a yet I am so conscious of my own weak tionness that I scarce dare incur duties whlrti I might be so 111 fitted to fulfil II Modesty and a humble mind said 14t she are tho very first and rarest gifts in page or squire Your words prove t tat you havo these and all the rest Is hut tho work of uso and of time em Wo can scarce hope said Sir Nigel to havo all ready fOr our start before the feast of St Luke for thero Is much t to bo done In the time You will have leisure therefore If It please you to take service under me in which to b learn your devoir fromEclie I1 you Alloyno turned to leave their presence tI You have as I understand much tSltlearning which you havo acquired at I would have you give an ail hour or two a day whilst you are with cx us In discoursing with my daughter Lady Maude for she is somewhat andthei I fear and hath no love for tuftletters save for these poor fond ro mances which do butenchantedher empty head with dreams of maid ens and of errant cavalier Father 1111 Christopher comes over after hones I so from the Priory but ho Is stricken with+ years and slow of speech so that she the 1 getsavepycuttloro hat you canIth her and with Agatha my young tire+ 11 woman and with Dorothy Plcrpont And BO Alloyno found himself not entonly chosen as squlro to a knight but as squire to three damozels which looalso even further from tho part Which tlltt he had thought to play In tho world IonAnd now there came a time of stir and bustle of furbishing of southtil clang of hammer from nil tho tlr land counties Fast spread tho tidings from thorpe to thorpe and from castleIgr1 castle that tho old game was afoot anto more and the lions and lilies to ron be In tho field with the early spring 110 1 1countryI whoIttraderfort a Fnoation icr had peen war her exports archers and tltt her Imports prisoners For six years her sons had chafed under nn unwonted atpeace Now they Hew to their arms as t1 II to their birthright Thin old soldiers tau of Crecy of Nogcnt and of Polctlcrs glad to think that they might serwere the onto more and feltshear still werethe hot youth who ve had chatted for years under the mar the i tint tales of their sires To plorco the great mountains of the south to fitht- iIste the tamers of tho fiery Moors to fol the greatest captain of the age to l I IlowI sunny cornfields and vineyards J when the marches of Plrardy and Nor goldentieprospects 1115 sea to sea there waS stringing ot bows eN11 in the cottage and clang of steel in the t i 1 i I castloI did It take long for every strong- holdi to pour forth Its cavalry and aduoveryI t hamlet Its footmen Through the autumn and tho early winter with ColllateJ and country lane resounded Innaklr and trumpet with tho neigh ot and t I the warhorse and the clatter of march avelag men the ancient and populous county o rInHampshire there was no luck of leaders or of soldiers for a serviceour promised either honor or profit th6which of all the musters however t lip i iwas that at Twynham Castle for the d and the fame keenestgandbold adnaetoward him the spirits all eager to serve under so thncst a leader Archers from the New Forest and tho Forest of Bero countrylugslint Avon and the Itohen young cavaliers but from the ancient Hampshire houses nil m were pushing for Chrlstchurch to take service tho banner of the five underV b0 scarlet he And now could Sir Nigel havo shown bacheltcs of land which tho laws mudtherank ho might well have cut his forked pennon Into a square the banner and taken such a fallowing fnto the Held as would havo supported the u0t dignity of a banneret But poverty but was heavy upon him his land was irk scant his coffers empty nail tho very which covered him the holding iiiwcastle Sore was his heart when on he saw rare bowmen and warhardened Itapearmen turned away from his gates i eelltorthe lack of the money which might and pay them Yet the letter 11hlch Aylward hind brought him Rave toInl lassuredcon him that there remained In hrs pcrkeening enough to fit out a hundred menatarmsllyca nwhichcompanions already In France ler would make a force which any leader Nfiimight be pvpud to command Care II tif Jfl v CopY1ihted L894Sy Harper LcBrot era fully and sagaciously tho eteranIknight chose out his men swarm of volunteers Many an anxious consultation ho held with Black Simon Sam Aylward and others of his more experienced followers as to who should come and who should stay By All Saints Day however he had filled up his full numbers and mustered under his banner as stout a following of Hampshire foresters as ever twanged their warbows Twenty menatarms too well mounted and equipped formed tho cavalry of tho party whllo young Peter Terlnko of Fareham and Walter Ford of Botley tho martial sons of martial sires came at their own cost to wait upon Sir Nigel and to share with Alleyno Edrlcson tho duties ot his squlrcshlp Yet even after the enrolment there was much to be done ere the party could proceed upon Its way For ar mor swards and lances there was no need to take much forethought for they were to bo had better and cheaper in Bordeaux than in England With tho longbow however it was differ gotInand to spare with him Then three spare cords should be carried for each bow with a great store of arrowheads besides the brlgandlnes of chainmall the wadded steel caps and tho bras sarts or armguards which wero tho proper equipment of tho archer Above all the women for miles round were hard at work cutting tho whlto sur coats which were the badge of too company and adorning them with the red lion of St George upon the centre of the breast When all was completed and tho muster called in tho castle yard the oldest confessfthat French wars was fain to he had never better equipped or more warlikebody of men from tho knight with his silk jupon sitting his great black warhorse In tho front of them to Hordlo John tho giant recruit who leaned carelessly upon a huge black bowstave In tho rear Of the six score fully half had seen ser vice before whllo a fair sprinkling were men who had followed tlio wars nil their lives and had a hand In those battles which had made the whole world ring with the fnmo and the won InfantrySix In theso preparations and It was close on Mar tinmas ero all was ready for a start Nigh two months had Alleyno Edrlc Hm WAS son been In Castle were fated to turn tho wholo current of his life to divert it from that dark and lonely bourne toward which It tended and to guide It into freer and more sunlit channels Al ready ho had learned to bless his father for that wise provision which had made him seek to know tho world ero ho had ventured to renounce ItFor It was a different place from that which ho had dlt ferent from that eard described when the master of tho nov ices held forth to his charges upon tno ravening wolves who lurked for them beyond tho peaceful folds of Benullcu Thero was cruelty In It doubtless and lust and sin and sorrow but wore thero not virtues to atone robust positive virtues which did not shrink from temptation which held their own in all the rough blasts of the workaday world How colorless by contrast ap peared the slnlessness which came from Inability to sin the conquest which was attained by flying from the enemy I Abbot Berghersh was a good man but ndlyIheld as lofty and Inflexible an ideal of whatever came to his hand to d07 In turning from the service of tho ono to that of the other Alleyno could not feel that he was lowering his alms in life Henceforth for seven hours a day ho strove in tho tiltyard to qualify him self to be a worthy squlro to so worthy a knight Young supple and active with all tho pent energies from years of pure and healthy living It was not long before ho could manage his horso and his weapon well enough to earn an approving nod from critical menat arms or to hold his own against Ter fellowsquiresBut rnntderttionscloisters toward tho world Here day after day for an hour after drones heroundwiththreonil therefore doubly dangerous from foundthatof a quick sympathy a pleasant ease a ready response to all that woe most srfntle and host In himself which filled newfoundJoyAnd the Lady Maude Lorlntr was no easy nunll to hnmlle An older andmore worldwise mAn might have been suddenresentmnntofyubiect Interest her was there space ImnElnatlltnr tet10wRtudents toilinghandwereBtemlv loll anti itrnln of memory no single feet could by qnvV dr ving hfoI talkton heroes of gallant deeds and lofty almsI or ho might hold forth upon moon and stars and let his fancy wander over tho hidden secrets of tho universe and ho would have a rapt listener with flushed checks and eloquent oyos who could repeat after him tho very wordy which had fallen from his when It came to almagcst andastrol able the counting of figures and reck oning of epicycles away would go her thoughts to horso and hound and a va cant eye and listless face would warn tho teacher that he had lost his hold upon his scholar Then ho had but to bring out tho old romancebook from tho Priory with bcflngered cover of sheepskin and gold letters upon a purple ground to entice her wayward mind back to tho paths of learning At times too when the wild fit was upon her sho would break Into pert ness and rebel openly against Alleyncs gentle firmness Yet ho would jog quietly on with his teachings taklnir no heed to her mutiny until suddenly showould be conquered by his patient and break Intp solfrcvlllngs a hun dred times stronger than her fault demanded It chanced however that on one of these mornings when the evil mood was upon her Agatha tho young tirewoman thinking to please her mis tress began also to toss her head and mako tart rejoinder to tho teachers questions In an Instant thp Lady Maude had turned upon her two blaz ing eyes and a face which was blanched angerYou dare said shooYou would dare I Tho frightened tirowoman tried to excuse herself But my fair lady she stammered what have I dono I have said no more than I heard ladytogracelessbaggagethought above tho hemming of shiftAnd ho so kindly and hendy and long sufferingI You wouldha you may well flee the room Sho had spoken with a rising voice and a clasping and opening of her long whlto fingers so that it was no marvel that ere tho speech was over tho skirts of Agatha were whisking round tho door and the click of her sobs to be heard dying swiftly away down tho stared openeyed at this tigress who hIrl sprite so suddenly to- Ils1 rescue There Is no nerd for such anger ho said mildly The maids r SHOUT I7ITwynhammonths- which w- picturedveryich corridorAlleyno words have done me no scath It Is you yourtttlf who have erred I know It alit rut am a most wicked woman But It Is bUll ennU1- 1that ono should misuse you I will seC that thero Is not a second one mehoin your hot and bitter words You haver IllckbralnIspeakdth eutruthfeshot cried taught Now me m I have spoken It and yet I cannot plcaso vou Lackbrain sho and lackbrainI shall call her Such was a sample of tho sudden Jangllngs which marred tho peace of that little class And yet thero were times when Alleyne had to ask himself whether it was not tho Lady Maudo who was gaining sway and Influence over him If sho wero changing so was he In vain ho strove and reasoned with himself as to tho madness of let ting his mind rest upon Sir Nigels liughter Stronger than reason strong er than cloister teachings stronger than all that might hold him hunk was noIcome upon a few sudden chance words showea it11 up hard and clear like lightning in tho darkness Ho had ridden over to Poole ono fellowsquirePeterstaves from Wat Swathllng tho Dor setshire armorer Peter was a hard wiry brownfaced countrybred lad who looked on tho coming war as tho hoolboy looks on his holidays This day however ho had been sombre and mite with scarce a word a mile to bo stow upon bts rnw ro io Tell me AlleynE Edrlcson ho broko youthltand more silent than Is her wont It may bo so tho other answered shortly And would rather sit rMstralt by her oriel than ride prnvlv to the chase ns of learning tramheHer Tins BO ordered It saM Allevnn By our Tadvl nncl wltbouten dlsro snert moth Terlnkn It Is In mv mind tolendhave the of this tender and Indtlerne1lludoIlndhearts blood to servo her Hp spoke faceflushedmoonlightAllevnwhot hlahoMy fflfHpr hiss hrpil rpV tiytitter continued front tyrahai CrSek r to the slope of the Portsdown lUlL Sure am 1 that Sir Nigel would be blltho at such a match But how tho lady asked Alloyno lipsAli lies my trouble It is a toss of tho head and a droop of the eyes If I say ono word of what is In my yesternlghttor myhelmshe kept It fur a better man and then all in u breath asked paruun for that she had spoke so rudely Yet sho would not take back toe words either nor would tine grunt the veil has it seemed to thee Alluym that she loves any ono Nay I cannot say said Alleyne with a wild turub ui suuueu hope In his heart I cannot myselfChristopher seesIgaineuchthoughtsNext thotoncherIndeed looking palo and Jaded withlistless eyes and a weary manner Ho changoInAgathahothoLadychamberThewithlaughingthat kills quoth she Pray God not ho cried But tellme herMoupon another who Is smitten with thesame trouble said she with tho same sidelong look Canst not give a name to fcechcraftNayWell bethink you that It Is but anICastlopriory Is there not enough there to cloud a ladys brow In sooth yes he answered I had forgot that sho Is about to loso her father Her father cried the tirowoman with a llttlo trill of laughter Oh simple simple And sho was off down the passage like arrow from bow whllo Alleyno stood gazing after her ho daringtoseemed to underlie her words- CILAPTER X St Lultos day had como and hadgone and it was In tho season of Martinmas that tha Whlto Company was ready for Its Journey Loud shrieked the brazen bugles from keep and from gateway and merry was the rattle of tho wardrum as the men gathered In tho outer bailey with torches to light them for tho morn had not yet broken Alloyne from tho window of the armory looked down upon the strange scenethe circles of yellow flickering light tho lines of stern and bearded faces the quiet shimmer of arms and the loan heads of the horses In front stood th bow men ten deep with a fringe of under officers who paced hither and thither tho ranks with curt pre cept or sharp rebuke Behind were tho little clump of steelclad horse men their lances raised with long pencils drooping down tho oaken shaftsSo silent and still were they that they might have been metalsheethcd stat tics wore it not for tho occasional quick rH A HEARTFELT ANSWER ON HER LIPS WHEN HOARSE ROSEUP FROM yet j Is ladymother upbringing marshalling THEBA1LEY impatient stamp of their chargers or tiie rattle of humfroii against neck plates as they tossed and strained A spears length In front of them sat the spare and longlimbed figure of Ilack Simon tho Norwich fighting man his tierce deep lined face framed In steel nnd the silk guidon marked with the five scarlet roses slanting ovr his broad right shoulder Tho young squlro was loaning for ward gazing at the stirring and martial scene when ho hoard a short quick lgltoLadY his shoulder herdltandrtoCherMaude with heart1adf nine up against the will clender and fair like a halfplucked Illy Her face was turned away from him but he could see by the sharp Intake of her breath that she was weeping bitterly AlasI ales ho cried all unnerved at the sight why Is It that you are so sad lady It Is the sight of these bravo men sho answered and to think how many of them go and how few are like to find their way back I have seen It before when I was a little maid In tho year of tho Princes great battle I remember then how they mustered In the bailey even as they do now nnd my ladymother holding mo In her arms at this very window that I might see tho show Please God you will see them all back ore another year bo out said he Sho shook her head looking round at him with flushed cheeks and eyes which sparkled In tho lamplight Oh but I hate myself for being a woman she cried with a stamp of her llttlo toot What can I do that Is good Hero I must bide nnd talk and sew nail spin and spin and sew and talk Ever tho same dull round with nothing at tho end of It And now you are going too who could carry my thoughts out of these gray walls and raise my mind above tapestry and distaffs What can Ido I am of no more use or value than that broken bowstave You are of such value to me he cried In a whirl of hot passionate words thRtall else has become naught You are my heart mY life my ono and only thought Oh Maude T cannot llva without you I I cannot Inavo you without a word of lovo All Is changed to me since I have known untworthv but If greatlove may weigh down such defects then mine may do It Give me but one word of hopo to toko to the wars with mo hut one Ah von shrink vou shudder My wild words have frightened you Twice she opened her lips anti twice no sound came from them At last sho spoke In a hard and measured voice as ono who dare not trust herself to spank too freely This Iis oversudden She saldr It lis tint tfa long Blnca the world wa lottiluto youY r Jfc J f v once perchance you may chung again Cruel ho cried Who hath changed mo And then your brother she con tinued with a little laugh disregard- Ing his question Methinks this hath become a luniuy custom amongst the Edrlcsons Nay I am sorry 1 lId no mean u jibe But indeed Alleyno this hath condo quickly upon me and 1 scarce know what to say Say some word of hope however distantsumo klml word that I may cherish In my heart Nay Alleyne It were a cruel kindness and you have been too good and true a friend to me that I should use you despltotully There cannot bo a closer link between us It la madness to think ot It Were there no other reasons It Is enough that my fathoi and your brother would both cry out against It withitCome Alleyne was It not you who would havo me act fairly to all men amongstthem saytrulyofhopepromiseSaymayhearyouHeraheartfoltlipswhenof arms and stamping of steeds roseup from the bailey below At tho sound her face set her eyes sparkled andheadbodybutfireMy gene dawn she NaylooknotlmolutherIOCtdevoirthatSheholdouthimbutleavingInveryJreenTerlakehind heheardportcullishothrustbearhimerethecamenlackdapplegrayhargerAfter him riding three abreast were nine menatarms all picked soldiers warsbeforeanddatterBridge of Avon while tho burghers shouted for the flag of the five roses guardCloso eamotwoscoro theirbacksmost deadly weapon that the wit of rorthfromeach mans girdle hung sword or axe according to his humor and over hisright hip there Jutted out liie Jeathornquiver with Its bristle of goose pigeon and peacock feathers altogetherToAnd the land where the Gray Goose flow twotrumpeterstwo drummers in particolored clothes sumptrhorses cookingkettlesexpenanceaharriedwith red trappings led by a varlet andtablomore archers ten more menatarms twentybowmen Inthemarching by hie side lila bnttered har contrastshining brlgandlnes of his companions A quick crossfire of greetings and jPlltsfiCabout betwixt the marching archers and tho gazing crowd thoturnrode out from the gateway mountedon Pommers his great black war warhorse whoso ponderous footfall echoedloudlYspanned It Sir Nigel was ntlll In his velvet dress of peace with list velvetcap of maintenance and curling ostrich hroolhHe In Holmes next he was the fie of the WITH THIS BOOKA hen CJUvord which hUM stir I dlobowTCLTorlakacetrlof r net Ford tho heavy ash r swallowtall pennon while Alt was entrusted with tho emblazon shield The Lady Lorlng rode he palfrey at her lords bridlearm t tshe would seo him as far as the sitof tho forest and ever and anon turned her hardllned face up wistfully to him and run a questioning eye over his apparel and I trust that there Is nothing forgrid sho said to Alleyne on her farther side I trust him i you Edrlcson Rosen shirts cyclaf and underJupons are In the brown basket on the left side of the mule His wino ho takes hot when tho nights are cold mal valse or vernage with as much spice as would cover the thumbnail See that he hath a change If ho comes back hot from the tilting is goosegrease in a box if the old scars ache at the turn of the weather The purse I havo already tasladymarks one noble threo shillings and fourpenco which is a great treasure youtohath two pair of shoes those of red leather for common use and the others with golden toechalns which he may wear should ho chance to win oj with tho Prince or with Chandos J My bird said Sir Nigel E am loath to part but wo ar now at the fringe of the forest anfl it Is not right that I should take the chatelaine too far from her trust But oh my dear lord she cried with a lip let mo bide with you for one furlong further or one anl a half perhaps You may spare me this out of the weary that you will Journey alone Come then my hearts comfort ho gagorromand hath been since I have first known thee to proclaim by herald in suchramps townships or fortallces as I ladylovebpln shoulddeem runthreesharpenedwillingtotalrdoOono of those doeskin gloves that Imay wear It as the badge of hor whose servant I shall ever be Alack and alas for the fairest andsweetest slit cried Fair and sweet r would fain bo for your dear sake my thoknightslaylanceyouhavechancotopursohiLadyMarynlslodging hlrhandand he lifting It with dainty reverence bound it to the front of his velvet capIt guardianangel ItAndfar enough May the Virgin guard and downfromspurg into his horses sides he galloped histhrlemilefurtherhilltheyMaryonwherethey shohadTo be Continued Nut Week Synopsis of Preceding Chapters The ncetet nf the etory nee told In the Hth century sta4ironchartel brULht ainlit him by a number of the JodrtrnblfathrhebfAmai pelf hia fat tir1 calling In MdnrM he rope to vlrit bin reputationwherer = j ehknI rJo nllrwaIkyneandllhrthrntnteadwoodsUnarrpe therebxgainingtheemnneomity that lie Inn ndI to j In hip companions at Cnn t lallllhlnirlywlthnllt reIngtherenownrvlend re treakneetsltqulclclrcbangcahiemind hllvheIIrwLOtl bum he learn Iolhe dullhtrof Sir Nigel What Does This Mean vi nnr If puzzling things roughly displayed in Fresh Blood upon the wall of a house where a great crime had been committed stared you in the face could you explain their meaning Such was the problem which SHERLOCK HOLMES had to solve in his first chronicledadventure The Study in Scarlet A book which mode CONAN DOYLE the first of detective writers in the world adventure confronted by cabalistic Image- in The Sign Four appointments beckoning There drink sweet right trembling miles these These two the first and beat of the Sherlock Holmes novels 800 pages of rctl ing bound elegantly in a single big volumo in illuminated cloth board Harm k Bros regular 160 linen imperial edition sent postpaid with this coupon fr SO CENTS Here is a chance to get two of tho most intensely interesting of adventures in a most beautifully printed and bound edition for just onethird price FREE handsome copper pliotocnKruvure nf rlock Holmes printed ou heaviest paper suitable for framiue Bo aura and use this Coupon sending CO cents in Stamps Coin or Money Order HARPER A DUOS Franklin Square N V City r- L NameL I Street nflapuTewaiH 1 aH HUtte J f n snlJI1SV1LLE TRAINING SCHOOL SCENES BEE HMONT 4 View F cing the Sh l 1I A I 1 1 i id Senior Class rHn 1 LIb uUll I irst Base Hall Teams 5 io y r t C SON OF TOM CRITTENDEN Helps Son of OutLaw Jesses James In Struggle to Wipe Out Stain on ills Name Kansas City June 29 1000 Jesse JamcH son of Jesse James tbe Miss ann outlaw is uow a tnlfledKCd law yet Last week be passed a successful examination before the state Board of Examiners and was enrolled in the Courts of this statu as an attorney at lawIn nlulass ot J7 Jeeeo James stood lIst His average in all branches was 01 per cent H A Ashley Chairman of the Board of Examiners said after the examination that Jesse James had the brightest legal mind of any oungr theIboard Jesse James is a self madu man Ho was handioapnd us few boys aro The BOH of an outlaw he was left an orphan at 0 years of age without money and with a bad name to live down Soon afte thebnrial of his father his mother came to Kansas City and made a living for herself and her to children sewing Jesse went two eohool until he was 12 years old when he decided that be was old enough to work for the mothtr One Sunday he saw the fol lowing qdvartiseuient in a newspaper boyTTCritI l tendon JzvJesse answered the advertisement tile next morning Twenty other iiojs answered it too and Jtsno was the youngest of them all Mr Critten den at his desk loosed over the crowd p of buys and beckoned to the smallest uf them What do you wish my boyt he usked I want to be your office boy tthat is your name Jesse James Jr Mr Crittenden was surprised He was the son of T T Crittenden Sr ijovbruor of Missouri who offered a inward tor 30000 fur tbe capture dead or alive ot the outlaw lease lames To get this reward Charley and Bob Ford killed Jesse James And now hero was the son of the dead intndit asking work of toe son ot that GovernorCrittenden hired tno boy and he testified that he was faithful A tew years later Jesse went to work in Armours packing house as a clerk He studied at home Hie mother was his teacher After a few years in the packing houso be opened a cigar store in the County Court nonse He wrote a book in defense of his rather and it was published It sold well When he was 21 years old ha had 700 in the bank and owned a cottage in which his mother and sis ulRIrIItyvt period of his life when he was on the toad to prosperity and to 11111 honored manhood he was arrested for the crime of train rObbery It vas cnurged that he with accom lices had held up a Missouri Pacific tram audrobbeu the stein tho express car of 31 000 It was a dramatic train robbery as much go as was any lof the robberies ot a similar nature tvnicb had made his fathers name notorious throughout the world He was was ably prosecuted and was 1trIed But the criminal charge against him was a serious set back to his hopes and ambitions It had taken lll his savings to hire lawyers to de tnil hiuidelf and the worry had onus ell his mothers health to fail Soon iftti wards she died Living Down His Bad Name Jesse worked harder than ever at his business He had a chance to sell our and did so at a good profit Then he opened a pawnshop and married Jut ho wished to be a lawyer and bo went to the night sessions f the law school here and all day long ho sit in bis pawn shop reading law He graduated with highest honors his preceptors complimenting him ThenI he passed the legal examination referred to in the foregoing He has sold out his pawn shop and opened u law ollice and won the first case in which he appeared in Court This wits in defense of a man charged with the crime of burglary Jesse buurds this us a good omen Jesse James is ai year sold He is worth 10000 every dollar of wnioh b e had made by honest hard work Hli has two children He lives in his own house In all his life h never tasted whisky or beer or any othe kind of intoxicating drink He does not use tobacco in any form He is a devoted bnbsand and father He ha- no bad habits He is honest To men with whom he doe msiness his word is as good as a bond Jesse Jamess greatest pleasure itogo with his wife and babies on Sunday to visit Fraua James his uncle and- lIts Zerelda Samuels his grandmother upon their farm in Clay County In a corner of the dooryard this old Clay County farmbonse be- nenth a giant coffee bean tree the body of Jesae James the outlaw lies bailed When young James and bis family visit there relatives from the neighborhood gather in and great J Y r HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Owensboro Chantuqna Uedni rates Aug t to 31 1145 for round trIp from Cloverport Hardinsburg picnic Aug 4 Round- trip ticket Cloverport to Hardmsbur old for train leaving Cloverport GU7 and 042 and good returning same day i Old Point Comforton July 23 and Ang21 limit 15 days tom date of sale Rate of 1051 will be made Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return via C O R R Round tripSpecIal rates applying on special train leaving Cloverpor 1010 a m Sunday Jnly 15 Owensbon 110 Henderson and Evansville 121 return train leaves Evansville 0 p m soma day- Homescekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rates to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and yep 15 to Oct 31 1100 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 146 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville 75 A M No 143 Dally Mall ana Kxpress leaves Clo verport 042 A 11 stops at all way stations arrives Louisville IS 3j p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p m stops at nil way stations oastof Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 pm Train No 148 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST ROUND No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodation eaves Cloverport 600 u m arrives Evans illa 900 am expressleavesHawesville Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville Arrives St Louis 710 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dully arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 in Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1111 PM arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Uawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 1 45 and 146 between Louisville and St Louts Fordsvillc Branch EAST BOUND Train No t dally except fnday leaves Fordsvlllo j3O M rrUos Irvington 840 IIW Train No 4 Daily except Sunday leaves Fords vlllo 320 p m arrives Irvington 510 p in Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvlllc630a m Irvington i08 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally oxcept Sunday leaves lrvlD ton BSOam urlvos Fordsvllle 245 p mTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 650 p m arrives Fordsvlllu P25D m ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Dally Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark ExtretnPlylow round trip rates to poilltslr LOUISIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TEIUUTOKY OK LAHOMA cod TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each mouth Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisvlllo to California Arl zona and Texts Full Particulars had ot Homo Atronts or by addressing F W I1ARLOW D P A Louisville SmplutSarut3fatHandiestand SjlffiUlne Pen No glut Slier no Ink to spillno ctocrinr or sbaking battollCIIIIlaaIIuh- writes the instant tt touches tho paper I FlashII150 No xf with 14 karat vulcanizedpen point flneit rubber and fully guaranteed Eaglel FlihNo25with gold band 250 Eagle Flub No 26 largo size 300 with goldlraeds400 Sold by Stationer and Other Store Ifherdocint tell you the Eagle FLASH Fountain Penthen send the retail price direct to gnatsanteeda Pencil Co Manufacturer 377 Broadway New York stories are told ot the old days during arid atter the war when Jesse and Frnnk James were tne terrors of this ccwotry Sometimes Frank James who lives there quietly as a farmer farces a hand In tho conversation but he nover talks of those days if strangers are present Cincinnati Inquirer r t fti PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBSGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTHAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October For Sale Horses and Mules 4 1 aged mule cheap V Three Jennets all bred Two Jenny colts Will sell or trade Terms easy BEARD BROS Hrdinsbviri Kirk StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high arado fabrics Clothes made oy modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H IIUNSCHE Casper May d Co Cannelton Ind H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDlNSBURO KY thlCourtsties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice in Bank States District Courts Offlcocvct ot UurdlusburR LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COrU- NCORPORATEDI Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans yule- Steamers TarasconTell Lave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED lloverport to Louisville tl7S Clovorport to Evansville 175- lloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and PeA GEOH WILSON Snot Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength ns vltl ness headache constipation bad brunt enerul debility sour risings and catarrit of tho stomach are all due to Indlceitlea Kodol cures indigestion This new dlio w cry represents the natural juices of dip lion as they exist In a healthy stomaek combined with the greatest known t sand reconstructive properties Kodol Dytr epsla Cure does not only cure IndlgsitUi and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleanalnj 1purifying sweetening and strengthenlBf the mucous membranes lining the stomaek Mr S S Bill of RiTaniwood W Va rayss I was troubled roth war stomach for twenty ye Kodol cured me and we arc now u Inf It U i forbab1Kodol l Digests What You EtMottles only SI001 Site hoUInt M times the M4 sire which MtU for SO cents r r ard by L 0 OeWITT fc Co OHIOAMk Chintz Royalty practical Surveyor aso Notary Public rI can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky t I A I t 3 II J J P LL- p Lw I T r t TO TATOES r rBARNGUY ILLIOTT MITCHELL Tomatoes for tile Cannery liaising tomatoes for the canneries has grown to bo quite an Industry in a number of States Maryland lends file list with about two million canese per UUIIU11I Indiana with her million cases second followed In turn by New Jersey California Delaware anti permanentlnstltutloml growIng a profitable business with many tllfJmarkettlargo7yleldless importance toilfto sell the whole crop lIti a fixed landIs+ Jj althoughIti I many Splendid results follow fnll or winter plowing At any rate land should bo plowed as early In the spring as pos sible Plow deep and follow with earth mulching that Is maintain a thin layer of fine earth on the surface t by shallow cultivation which will be j of great value in saving the moisture The variety should be such as thee t canneries prefer They will generally i lrlcetoIn case it is preferred to grow the I plants near where they are to be set t they should be started In a cold frame or on the south std t of a board fence In a rich warns soil The plants will Increase to proper size In four or five 1 weeks and should be set out In the J J field In rows about four flit apart1 1ense of cultivation stnrt the cultivation early but be carefulI not to hark the plants as that will kill them When they bight to brunch do not cultivate closer thus the ends of branches Continue stirring the tIII i I AllIN THE until the stall has grown so heavy as to tall upon the ground then For heavy yields It In strong land or heavy OOlleil i used While It IK true that of the xolls In the Middle munerative crop miry is produced with little fertilization It hell true tliu on Hourly mill of these soils a HlHral i use of fertilizer wilt Ile profitable The tomato plant Is a grass feeder mind especially requires an abundant supply of potash Prof Vimrhccs of Now Jersey who Is authority on such subjects stifling that toil tons of fruit with the accompanying vines would contain Hftyttevon poims of nitrogen sixteen pounds of phosphoric acid and nlnotyfonr pounds of potash On ninny of our clay lands phosphoric acid Is relatively low mind the applica tion of potash Is neodr to pn eel the most profitable crops The nitrogen supply Is more variable und eau often t a be secured by turning under a legumi noun crop 011 Eastern kinds which tomnarn profit In Central States manu facturers of fertilizers have not offered goods specially prepired for this vegetable because of a lack of demand title largely to Ignorance of same and from lack of knowledge of tin require meets of the soil Rut of late both the growers and canners are asking forI advice regarding fertilizers to be used on tomatoes A mixture that has I officially recommended cOlltalusii Nitrogen 4 per cent Phosphoric uhl 7 pOI cent Potash 12 per cent using about iiOO pounds of this mixture per acre Some experiments of early tomatoes seem to Indicate that sulphate of potash gives them n better quality A properly made tobacco fertilizer Is also suited for this crop and the I potasb In It Is derived from sulphate 1 f The on the I silo Oct our Sonar Tele scopend ace them i for the the the A1 Xcw Potato Cnllnr A queer tale In agriculture comes 1 way of Chicago It is stated that halfbushel of sawdust a dash of chemical solution and fifteen potatoes carefully enveloped with the sawdust will enable the average householder to grow a bushel of tubers on his housetop or in his cellar within sixty day s This process has been discovered and elaborated by W D Darst of Great Falls Mont Moreover the grower will have no potato bugs to contend with no turning over of the soil at certain Intervals and no contest wl worms processIsthe fact that grown under these ap parently unnatural conditions there Is no surface vegetation because of which each potato burled In the saw dust Is enabled to produce at least twelve normalsized tubers Recently at the Oakland Plaza ti the rear of the Oakland Hotel Mr Darst disclosed the methods of grow lug potatoes by his system Operating on the theory that the presence of surface vegetation was only a method of securing nourishment and In reality sapped the vitality of the tuber Mr Darst experimented more than six years and found he could overcome this seemingly natural course on the part of the plant by supplying it arti ficially with its needs By employing sawdust peat straw or any other earth product that would permit of the circulation of air moisture and heat mid by applying solutions of various fertilizers discovers- that a single potato would multiply itself by attaching to itself from twelve to sixteen other potatoes of approximately the summit dimensions without throwing oft any of its energy above ground Packed In looselyI arranged bins per mitting the free access of air and ar ranged in rbwS six Inches above each 1 r i GROWN GOOD OLDFASHIONED WAY been other with an allowance of one cubic I I foot of sawdust to the seedling Mr Dnnt has demonstrated the rapidity of growth and the proportions that the potatoes may attain by showing that within sixty days fifteen potatoes will produce a bushel In the character of his experiments and the success that T BLOSSOMS has attended them Mr Darst It la IIBurballkIIIIi 11CotllltcrfeJti I When the dogwood Is In bloom In the spring woods he would be a very unobservant traveler who did not know It yet It Is questionable If one out of fifty of the multitude of people who come nome from their country snowybranchesflowers of this beautiful tree s a 11 JUST WHAT YOU WANT ON SEA FARM TH u a IUrtr pserfll mytteriOuepots i jronunl MltbanadjuiUblebolarKyeplece with this wonder ful Eye plo you look the inn square In thetace on the briKlitettand liotteit day and stud Its foie as you do the moon atnight Every student male or fe male nmds lhhTehreopetotudythe sun In the mysterious re urrfnttiunSKtsvrLlrli appear and dlraplmr at internals and move about In nliremit locations of tbe sun You will rnjret It If younrsleettosourethis Tolewope Isluwlysuchagood Tel scone nas nerer sol J fur this price before These Tilwroiiri are made by one of the Inrtreel mnnufacturcn of Europe swu nr dined 13 Iswlits sd opes 3 13 Inn In live sections and f3 4 Inchfslnclrcum ffrenrr Tiicy are tram lk4 lirsm eafep tsp on each end to etclude duet etc with fumtrM flrnUflraiiy irroumi snd ailjusted llnaledbythellsker llf rrtoforf TeIrpe of tkU lu bate been old lor from tNOO to tllUM- IKyrrr sojolner In the country or at seaolde rrsorts should certainly secure one of them liutrunientsi and nofannersbould be wltnout one obJeetrlleass1 ire brouebt to view Ih atonbhlllg clcunniu Sent by eipreuH safely packed rironlr 1Ltt Sent by nullprelmhlfor110 Our new tJilotfue of Uunsrto rut wfth tncti order This Is a jrraml offer and you should nut mli It Weser- rant each ToltlltOp Jii ts rrpreretd or money refunded ed lljnu by itiKisUred Leter fast omcB Money Order Express Money I or Dank Draft pirailo to our order 11 you aegire Telescope by mill add 10renls paugo 4 JJOrler Interesting Booklet entitled Telescope Talk PRBB with each order mutter of fact what are commonly regarded as the petals of the dogwood- ure no part of the floral structure at- ull but merely four large white which during the winter served as protective wrappers to the flower buds The real llowes are about the size shoepegs of greenish color and are bunched several together In u tlmul- lcIllstr In the midst of the tour whit leaves and if observed at all by th average wild flower gatherers ar mistaken for stamens So too with the flowers of the pretty painted cup which when 1 blossoms in May frequently mnkesI- Y whole meadows rosy with brilliant- n color Plucking one we may think are looking at n pike of I flamecolored flowers while the is that the striking effect is entirely by numerous reddened intermingled with the real which are as plain as Cinders sisters and practically hidden sight theo Indeed so fond is Mother Nature befooling her unobservant that she toss caused one whole thof plants to be given over to this believe habit of flowering To it long that favorite little preacher of April wood Jacklntliepulpit arrow arum that shares with tlDEPAItTD1ENT AGUICULTUKES I3A11N patterdock and pickerel weed muddy margins of shallow theIH the skunk cribbage nnd that crat of the greenhouse the Immacu late calla Illy With all these the flowers are unrecognizable In them solves as such except by the initiated being minute timid crowded on a flesh y spike Another gay deceiver Is the poln scttutof the hothouse In this case 1 it Is a circlet of scarlet leaves whichI popular estimation rates as n flower while the poor little real blossom clustered In the midst of these robbers of their good name live and die unap predated Relatives of the polnsetta are the wild spurges of our sandy fields The flowers of many of these Inconspicuous In themselves are shin ilarly provided with relatively showy appendages deceiving all but Students Model Dnlry Ftirni Time Department of Agriculture has recently published a bulletin contain ing suggestions for constructing a model dairy barn It has been the endeavor of the Department to plan n barn embodying the best ideas in scientific and sanitary construction that are consistent With practicability and cheapness and It is believed the result accomplished by the plan pub lished will help the dairyman to get the best products from his cows in the most economical manner Tho plan Is designed for 24 cows and allows nmple room for calf pens nnd box stalls for bull and cows also space for feed room hay chute wash room and silo In presenting the plan it is not intended by the olliclals of tho 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Defense Called In the Marcum Murder Case a ft ATTACKS STATE WITNESSES Claims Ho Know Nothing of the Mar cum Killing and Contradicts State ments of Feltner and OthersRe fleets on the Character of States Attorney Who Replies Vigorously Beattyvillo Ky July 13 In his own behalt former Judge James Har gls charged with the murdor of Attorney I James B Marcum took the stand Hargis who was the first wit ness for tho defense told the story of his life in Breathitt county and how he had risen from a poor boy to a w man of wealth and position He do Borlbad his whereabouts when Mar sum was shot He saw Tom White come out of the door of the court house just before the shots were fired i i Witness said he had no intimation 1 I 1thatMarcum was to be killed and said he had never spoken to Curtis Jett or auy other man with reference to the killing of Marcum or any other person Ho said Moses Foltner never received any money from him not to testify against him Ho said Feltner wanted him to prepare affidavits for Sam Fields and Russell Sutten but that he declined to do BO Judge Margie assorted that the statement of Aebury Spicor was absolutely false In fact witness said no conversation e ever occurred between him and others with reference to Marcum The witness referred to commonwealth wit nesses as floaters and men whc lurked about town and it was necessary for tho court to admonish Hargis on several occasions and Instruct the i jury not to consider such testimony Hargis reflectod several times on the character of Attorney Adams and Judge Dorsoy sont tho Jury from the room whllo Adams took the defendant over the rack Attorney Young for the defense objected to this but the court ruled that Hargls had made a cornAdams should be permitted to defend himself Hargis was questioned by Attorney Byrd on crossexamination He said he had no ill feeling against Marcum as a result of the contested election eases but ho said they never spoke after the Indictment for criminal libel was returned against Marcum He did not secure an indictment against Feltner because ho did not feel that Fcltner could slander any one Testimonylf 12Curtis- Jettt testified In the trial of Hargis and ICallahan on the charge of murdering I Marcum Jett admitted the assassination of Marcum and told theU tcmanner in which the crime was com mitted Mr Marcum had prosecuted st me on several cases and was my bit w ter enemy and I am the man whoI ot killed him said Jett He then told of nt the assassination tallying with tho lit description given by B J Ewen JeltI Whiteusin regard to the killing The pistol ho used he said was his own and hadI nnbeen owned by him several monthssu NcHetold tho attorneys that Sheriff Cal alit lahan had given It to him The de rtfondants helped to defend him in hisI wo previous trial Ho did not know butI nlt thought they had paid his attorneys nc fos Jett lost his memory at the cruIOn clad1 moments and could tell nothing orrotmdallowing the murder That Jett has sliphad some marvelous change of heart beIs apparent but the reason may be not found in the statement ot Common y hnv wealths Attorney Adams who said r was beastly drunk and that an toaJett attempt will bo made to get him repeat his confession thetabtarstand and asked Attorney Byrd to ex rolCUiQ him as he did not want to an mOlswer any questions Ho was asked If gro he was in Jackson the day Marcum adpwas killed but declined to answerI on White even refused to answer after olflc being told to by the court Judgo Do- rsy ordered tho witness to jailII I Other Witnesses lisirBeattyvillo Ky July HAlex Har gls was called as a witness In the liar- S per r relsCallahan trial but his examination seod pots p also All t4 t tMy Hair is 1 Q I Extra Long r I t lr itlrThen it will stop falling and will grow long and heavyII onlyJI I I j r buy It gives new life to the f hairbulbs You save what 1 hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalpII t clean and healthy I f 1 The bet kind of a testimonial t It Sold for over sixty year t il 1 Jr LJr O Co Lowell MMI 1aroor SARSAPARILLA I PILLS I I hersCHERRY PEctORAL I a- r ra was brief He said he maae no prom- Ises to Curt Jett when he saw him i Y jail He gave him no whisky mone or anything else to swear for the defendants D J Dickerson county Judge of Powell county knew D Jr Ewen when the latter was a resident of Powell county Witness said hl reputation for truth veracity and more ality was bad R O Davis of Perry county was called to Impeach Moso Feltnor but on crossexamination by Attorney Jouett It was shown that Davis attended the trial at Winchester for the purpose of Impeaching Feltner and that he was so drun when he entered the witness box tha Judge Benton instructed tho sheriff t take charge of him D Fulton Franc was placed on tho stand by tho defense and made a complete denial of everything charged to him Chicagos Underground System Chicago July HThe underground system for the transportation of mall1 In Chicago will be inaugurated Moni day when the tunnel connection between the postofllce and the La Sails street station Is to be put in operation Postmaster Dusse announced that this tunnel Is completed and the tunnels1 to the other five railroad stations in the city will be opened by Sept 1 OuaLSTOHIj3L Bean theTt6 Kind You 113t8 Alwajs Bootf Blgntnr YIfPof FIVE PERSONS KILLED train of Two Trolleys Crashes Into a String of Freight Cars Buffalo N Y July 12 Five per tons were killed and more than a score Injured several seriously when fc train of two trolley cars westbound from Lockport on tho lines of the International Railway company ran intoI an open switch at a siding Just vast of Martlnsvllle and crashed Into a trolley freight motor and a train of seven freight cars The passenger cars were going at a high rate of speed wheni the accident occurred and the impact was terrific The foremost car was utterly demolished The wedgeshaped end of tho freight motor cut It In half and the rear car completed the work of destruction The rear car was bad ly broken In front but remained o the rails Tho dead John Blttleman motorman Lockport N Y Chas T Ilutcheson negro Lockport Mrs Henry Eltel of Buffalo and slxyetMld i son unknown girl 18 Does evil still your whole life tUn Does woe bolide Your thoughts abide on suicide Yonneed a pill I Now for prose and fauts DeWitta Little Early Risers are the most plea snot and reliable pills known today They never gripe Sold by Drug C Cloverport SECRETARY WILSON Finds General Conditions at the Stock yards to Be Good Chicago July 10I found tho gen eral condition at the stock yards to be good said Secretary of Agricul ture Wilson and everything was evidently being hurried to place the entlliPards in firstclass condition and an evident desire upon the part ot all those in authority to comply with the laws I will confer with some 30 government inspectors from various cities having packing indus tries They come to Chicago at my request to receive instructions re garding the operations of the new Inspection law A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted n leak in the great North Sea dyne which a childs linger could nave stopped to become a ruinious break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Molver o Vonceboro 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 uie up to die of lung in flammation caused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Disovery saved mylife Guaranteed bee cough and cold cure at Severs Drugstore r 0c and 1100 Trial bottle tree Charge Against Postmistress Kingfisher Okla July 12Mrs Emily McKinley postmistress here and widow of a cousin of the late President McKlnloywas arraigned be fore the United States commissioner charged with falsifying records John W McKinley Lizzie McKinley and Clara Godfrey assistants were also arraigned They all waived a prelimi nary hearing and were bound over to the grand jury- Petroleum a Plague Killer Bombay India July 12 Dr Tur ner health officer of Bombay suc cessfuly demonstrated the extraordi nary efficiency of crude petroleum as a plague disinfectant It is believed that his experiments have materially advanced tho prospects of the exClrpa tlan of the plague Bourke Cockran to Wed Manila July HThe announce ment of the engagement of Miss Annlo Ida daughter of Governor General Ide and Congressman Bourke Cockran has been made hero The wedding will occur In Washington next fall Schoolshlp Ashore Gibraltar July 14 It is reported here that the New York school hlp St Mary is ashoro at Patel She car los 100 schoolboys and her master is CoxamanderVO C Hanui U 8 N I y k c CLAIMS HE 18 SANK ReportsYNow York July 11 Uttering a pro test against being regarded as Insane Harry K Thaw gave out his first formal statement since ho shot and ftkilled Stanford White on the Madison Square roof garden Thhw declares his counsel assure him that no such course as the appointment of a com mission to inquire into his mental con dltion is contemplated The statement was handed by Thaw in person to the gavekcountlol with whom he pleaded to currenthreports as to his insanity and espo dally the publication of a purported Interview with one of his counsel quoting the attorney as saying the prisoner was undoubtedly insane Miners Strike Settled Philadelphia July 11 Virtual set tlpment of tho strike of mine workers In the central Pennsylvania bltuml nous field which began last April was made in this city at a conference between representatives of the United Mine Workers of America and the op erators In that field The principal terms of the settlement are A 655 per cent increase in wages for all mine workers over the scale which existed before the strIke application of the checkoff systom to miners but not to laborers Tho checkoff was really tho only obstacle in the final discussion of the terms of settlement Vindication of Dreyfus Paris July 13Captain Alfred Dreyfus was completely acquitted of the charges on which he was con demned as a traitor dismissed from the army and imprisoned on Devils Island and regarding which Franco has been torn for years by too most bitter political and racial agitation His vindication is twofold the su promo court first announcing a de cision establishing the entire inno eonco of the accused man and the ministry later deciding to present an urgent bill in parliament restoring Dreyfus to the army with advanced rank and otherwise giving reparation Deed of a Minister LnRea pastor of the Mangum Christian church shot and probably fatally wounded George A Stephens his brother ln law a farmer and then cut his own throat Rea although badly wounded may recover Rev Rea and his wife had separated Mrs Rea going to tho home of her brother on a farm near Mangum Stephens went to the ministers house and asked for his sisters belongings The men quarreled and Rea fired at Stephens with a shotgun Rea formerly lived at Midlothian Tex He came here 9four years ago Saved Ills Comrades Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Wasnln ton City a comrade from Elgn 111 was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition says Mr J E Boult and ot Eldon Iowa I gave him CbambeilalnH Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved his life I have been engaged for ten years in immigration work and con ducted many parties to the south and west I always carry this remedy and have used it successfully on many oc casions Schl by Severs Drug Co Clovorport BY HIS SISTER thoII Is Killed the Youthful Slayer of Holy Roller Prophet v Seattle Wash July 13 George Mitchell the youth who recently shot and killed Franz Edmund Creffleld the socalled Holy Roller prophet and was acquitted of the charge of murder andtkilled by his sister Esther In the Union station in this city The girl was arrested Esther Joined the Holy Rollers sect at Corvalls Ore and was one of the most fanatical of Cref fields followers When her brother pursued the leader of tho Holy Roll ontthe street he pleaded In Justification that Creffleld had deluded and wrong ed his slater George Mitchell was acquitted of tho charge of murder on Tuesday and nearly all of the follow ing day he spent in searching for Esther in Seattle lodging houses The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleya Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine ASK for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub sti Into offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest tor cnildren and delicate persons Sold by A R Fisher Mover port For Republican Convention Columbus 0 July 11 Immediate ly upon his return from Akron where he conferred with Senator Dick Chair man O B Gould issued a call for the Republican state central committee to meet at tho Nell House Columbus at 10 p m Wednesday July 18 At this meeting former Governor Herrick will bo chosen as temporary chairman of the Republican state convention and former State 011 Inspector John R Malloy as temporary secretary September 10 is the favored date for the convention F 1 c r k I JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COOFO Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe Relieved by Peruna The Grip Is Properly Termed Epidemic Catarrh As Peruna Relieves Every Form of Catarrh It Has Probably Relieved More Cases of Grip Than Any Other Remedy The Fear of Grip Makes People Nervous There is no remedy in tho world that meets tho conditions produced by the grip better than Icruna- Porana strengthens as it renovates soothes while it stimulates heals as it expurgatesIt the source of all diseases of tho mucous membranes by Its action on tho vasomotor system of nerves AfterEffects of the Grip Every person who has had la grippe during the last year should take a course of Peruna Tho grip has produced catarrhal in flammation of the whole mucous mem brane and good health is Impossible until those are restored to a normal con dition This Peruna will do A great many remedies have been suggested for this condition from time to time but Peruna Is the only remedy that has gained great popularity in these cases It has seldom failed to give satisfac tlon during forty years experience and still occupies the unique position of being the leading and most generally used remedy for the aftereffects of la grippe Claim of Revolutionists Mexico City July 14 Advices from San Salvador confirm the report of the battle of El Jlcaro and the killing of the commander of the Salvadorean troops General Regalado but announce a victory gained by General Toledo of the insurgent forces on the samo day at a point farther north where the Guatemalan army was routed with heavy loss In an Interview hero General Barling the Guatemalan Insurgent laments the loss of General Regalado but says there will be no rovolu1tlonlstsfield and is receiving heavy accessions dally The revolutionists alaim they will be in Guatemala City within a fortnight Bowell Complaint in Children During these summer months child ren are subjeot to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural looseness of the bowels appeal The best medicine in nae for oowel com plaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it promptly controls any unnatural looseness of the bowels For sale by Severs Drug Co Cloverpott Marching on Rio Janeiro Lisbon July 14 According to in telligence received here the Insurrec tion in Matto Grosso Brazil Is swell- Ing to huge proportions The insur gents it is reported have organized a large army and are marching on Rio Janeiro and already have captured several cities General Rlberio with federal troops has been sent against the revolutionists Fearful carnage is reported and the killed are said to be already more than 4000 Fined For Rebating Chicago July 12Judge Landis In the United States district court sen tenced the Chicago Alton road which was recently convicted of grant Ing illegal rebates at Kansas City to pay a fino of 20000 on each of two counts or a total of 40000 John Faithorn and Fred A Wann former officials of the road who were also convicted wero sentenced to pay a line of 5000 each on two counts or a total of 10000 each i W H Parsons is ExState Senator and ExSpecial Judge of the Supreme Court of Texas and was also Brigadler Gonoral in Confederate Army In a recent letter from 025 U street N W Washington D 0 this prominent gentleman says Upon the recommendation of personal friends and many strong test i monlals as to the efficacy of Peruna In the treatment of the numerous symptoms of the grippe with which 1 have been afflcted for four months i past I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly celebrated 1 formula I feel a decided change for the better after using It only one week It Is especiallygood In toning up the stomach and has a decided effect upon my appetite I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the i road to complete restoration j i My numerous friends in Texas where 1 have had tho honor to command I a brigade of her Veteran Cavalry In a four years war may accept this yol j notary testimonial to the merits of Poruna as a sense of obligation on my i part for its wonderful olncaoyNW H Parsons No Time Like the Present- If you are suffering from the after effects of la grippe if you have become discouraged in your attempts to cure yourself with other treatments take a bottle of Feruna now A bottle of Peruna taken during the beginning of the disease is worth more than a dozen bottles after the trouble has become deepseated Peruna a Good Medicine for La Grippe Mrs Louisa Eastman Lancaster Wls writes I am all right I do not think I need any more treatment I am able to do my own work which I could not do at the time I wrote you My cough Is Negro LyncheaI Swalnsboro Ga July 12 About 100 heavily armed men took Ed Pearson a negro from Deputy Sheriff Fields about three miles from this 1 place carried him to the Canoochen swamp and lynched him The night before Pearson was found by Misses Maud and Ida Durden hiding under their bed Screams attracted their father an aged man who entered the room with a gun but was knocked senseless by the negro who escaped Ho was later captured by the deputy and identify That want column Cured of Brights Disease Mr Robert U Burke Elnora N Y writes Before I started to use Foleys Kidney Care I had to got up from twelve to twenty times a night and was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired I could scarcely see one of my family across the room I had given up hope of living when a friend recommended Foleys Kidney Cure One 50 cent bottle worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy had gone as well as all other symtoms cf Brights disease Hold by A R Fisher That want column Boycott American Meat London July 10As the result ot the refusal of one of the ships of tho British Atlantic fleet to take on American tinned meats during the recent naval maneuvers the admiralty directs that ships companies be sup plied with Australia or Argentine brands in lieu of American The re mainder of American tinned meats now on hand is being returned to the victualling yards and will be no longer a compulsory ration for the navy Seven Children Drown Cedar Rapids Iowa July 13U a picnic hold on a river bank near here eight children went wading The smallest child slipped into a deep holo in the river and in trying to rescue her six others wore drowned The dead Lucille Sweating 7 Hazel Cweetlng 14 Gladys Sweating 10 Josie Sweating 12 Ruth Coyle 11 Sioux City Cora Coyle 9 Sioux City Clara Ushor 16 I gone my appetite is good Isloop good and my bowels are all right 1 think Poruna la a good medicine for the grip A Most Mective Medicine For GrippeRobtLMadiaonAMPrincipal of Cullowhoe High School Painter N 0 CountyBoardoccasional verso and has contributed to number offloading papers and maga zines In speaking of Pcrnna Mr Madison my saysI IIgrippeIt THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers 14 006 z5 cows U 754 Hi heifers 2 7505 25 bulls 11 754 Ml stackers and feeders 12 604 SO Sheep and Lambs Sheep 14 506 25 lambs J6 G08 00 y arllnss U 6008 26 Calves 65 TBQ11 00 HOIJB Good to prime heavy JC 8506 9214 medium to good heavy IS 706 80 butcher weight IS SI 006 92s good to choice heavy mixed 16 75G 80 packing l6 OOftS 70 Wheat No 2 red 7980ic CornNo 2 E2U 5Jc OatilNo2 8737c EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export 35 3535 75 shipping atsert 14 755 10 butcher cattle 14 B05 001 heifers IS 2504 50 fat cow U 2504 OIJ milker and springers I2S 00060 00 Sheep and Lambs Yearlings 8 767 01 withers 6 006 25 mixed 15 255 76r ewes 14 755 25 spring lambs SI 009 S 85 Calves Best T 50S 00 HoffSy All grades T 25 rough 18 0008 SOl stags 14 50C5 2S- PITTSBURQ Cattle Cbolce5 80oj 00 prime 5 00B 75 ty butchers tl S55 15 heifers fS 004 60 cows bull and stags 2 1004 31 fresh cops IX 0050 00 Sheep and Lamtes Prim wethars 5 7605 85 good mixed IS 409 S 86 lamb S4 OOG6 80 prfag lamb 6 6008 50 HogsHeavy hegs 1 00o 7 05 medium and heavy Yorken IT 19 light Yorkers 17 2007 25 pigs IT 100 T 20 CLBVELAND =Cattle Chelee fatdry fed steers 15 1005 85 heifers It IJ 4 85 fat cows IS 3908 CO bull H SO 185 milkers and springer 111 000Sheep and L wba Bprlnsr lamb tT 2d 7 50 yearlings IS 250S 60 mixed she 114 605 00 withers 15 OOOS 80ew 14 0004 60 co1e1 75 down KOft Mixed weights 17 0007 05 Yorker 17 10 pigs 16 8508 SO stags II EOB 19 roughs IS 7506 00 CINCINNATIWheat No J red 711 7le ComNo3 mixed USl5oOatJH0 2 mixed 40tfc ltyWa 416e Lard IS 76 Bulk MoatU 75 Bacoa 110 71 logs36 0096 9 II caUlnoDIS IS Sheep 12 0004 60 150BOSTONWool Ohio and Penn iva ala XX and above M34 X UflUtr Nq 1 170 JSo No2 J703S one un washed 2626o tine washed delaine SCOSSo unwashed delaine 272So Ken tucky Indiana etc K and HHood 31 Olio NEW YORK Cattle Steer 14 259 S 00 bulls 63 0004 35 cow II 6094 01 Sheep and Lamb Sheep 13 1005 60 iaMbs 17 2509 50 CalvesVeal IS 600 100 Hogs Western 16 6506 70 TOLEDOWheat 7SV4c corn 63H6 Its 40 ic rye GOo clovarceed 66 IS Dropped Investigation St Louis July 11 Without prey ious intimation the city council voted to dissolve the committee recently ap pointed by it to investigate the pain age of the manufacturers railroad franchise bill known as the Busch bill flbraves Tasteless Chill Tonichas stood the test 25 yetrs Averse Annul Saki over Ou amsla Half Lottlsse Dos thus record oIlD1rit aDDed to yet No CareNo Pay 5 b lhdoMwits evwyOUJe Ir a TN pads fe ellCrows Malt fcaot Ltar ML + r 3- r x 0- Jr 43 fl k i