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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I 1 if I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r rS ALL THE NEWS HATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 25 1906 12 Pates NO 2 i A- i 11I li j e I I THIRD ANNUAL Ifi ir- u III Iit itI tI I I ii iiII I II I IMttItII I r16ov Beckham IiNonI S W Hager 1 I Sen Ben Johnson on to a I Mule RaceB F Co will a 10 to the in the race 5 in by C to the in the race WIt 41i eon o EVERYBODY Has accepted an invi tation to be present I the ride Beard give saddle mule gold second mule in 10 r 01116rRound Trip Round Trip opt Rate Rate f el West Point 1 00 Lodiburg S 75 lib Howard 1 00 Sample 90 TO Haven 1 00 1 00 baa 85 Addison 1 05 Ekron 75 Holt 1 10 i r Guston 65 1 00 Webster 65 Irvington 50 tIo3T Fordsville 80 i= p One faro for the round trip from all stations on the e1Ir1 Branch A special train will leave Irvington at 945 am irIGj on the arriva of the down train and arrive at Hardins x r burg at 1030 The regular train will leave Irvington atag 1055 a m arriving at at 1159 Return la1 ing leave at 430 p m with all I main lino trainsI abi Candidate for Gov ernor will be Candidate for Con will attend Halidays MerryGoRound ground furnish Children Ir I given I 8 TO Will be given away by the The trip will be made Aug 9 and includes a passage on steamer across Lake Ontario II I I I FOR REDUCED RATES Stopnensport Brandenburg Clovprport Hardinsburg Hardinsburg here gress Edmunds connecting J J Cody will give one dozen to the I 5 HAT Celebrationand andBarbecueI r KYLSATFREE TRIP Niagara Falls and Toronto Can management Aso Given by J H for the best rifle shot I including and JI 5to the prettiest baby under two years of e given by T C Lewis Son FIVE PIECE PARLOR GIVEN AWAY SUITII IColt Show 10ICe V Robertson the stock man will give in gold for the best mule colt in Breckenridge county The Bank of Hardinsbunr and Trust II tptpTheI o Hardinsburg Military Band Will Discourse Music All Day Barbecued Dinner bFOR tRocft 25c X10 in Golddiscovers JUDGE SLENDER 5 Will be Ito who Additiona1 Prizes to be Givenvay i 1 graphs second Prettiest Cabinet Baby PhotoI Gardner byBreckenridgepresent children parents grand parents Silver Mug worth Awaytly IISheeran Patent Churn Pair American Lady Shoes given by Shellman the most pop ular young lady present I5 Silk Umbrella 5 Lap Robe Cake Prizes given the one II IIbythe Ugliest Man attending the Picnic giv by TeaffIJ 11bestcakelgivencake by the Picnic CommitteeIn nnn IceIi IalpIn1o1 Water free for everybody will be on the picnic grounds Refreshments of all kinds Amusements for everybody young and old Con I- EE 425 eA fetti Balloons Return Balls Canes BlowOuts Megaphones Etc EtcS IIi3 GI fla 16 ii I c P I of G D to to en J W I railroadI I Ia I y i J For Particulars Address Masonic HardinsbuyJPicnicr Iai f f I t VI f 11OJ y y II t r IJ 1to l if q F i h f I J j if ti 5T r I 1cI nh 1 T17 e K The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 25 1906 JNO D BABBAGE Editor and Publisher Good time now to plant your late potatoes Things in Kontucsy are taking a Westward tarn Reports come in from everywhere of family reunions Have you had yours The merchant who dont advertise will find it a hard matter to sell his tradeR E Hughes is the best equipped man in Louisville tor Secretary of the State Fair Its a mighty goodhang do when you want something to say so in our want column Every body admires Graham Vree lands support and loyalty to fan brother in his race for Secretary ot State The thing to do now is tor every fellow in Kentucky to go to preaching up the State Fair Knockers in Ken tucky are out of place There is always a word of praise for our worthy young Judge When a citi zen takes time to write a lotter to his county papers about an office that offi cer is true blue adhisThe ulna who crop clean and free from weeds can sit back now and see it grow The thing to do is to seep stirring the soil whether it rains or the sun shines The only trouble with Percy Haly and Hubert Vroeland is that Vreoland didnt get Halys consent to run Vreeland is making his race on inde pendent lines and on his own merits I We are in receipt of the sixteenth biennial report ot the Bureau of Agn cultur al Labor and statistics of Ken- tucKy It is full of valuable informa tion concerning the state Read it and youll be prouder of old Kentucky Louisville IS to be congratilated on her enterprise in securing the State Fat r It will be an uplift to Louisville and the state at large Now let them elect K E Hughes secretary and well have a Fair that every citizen in the state will be proud of The city of Louisville has been se ected by the State Agricultural Com mission as a p ruianout site for the State Fair Louisville won in a hot tight with Lexington The fotiuer bid JIOOOOO the latter 150000 Itls to be hoped that in the future the State will have H real Fair and not an at tempt at one Special bttontion is dire ted to the article in our magazine section this I week Heat ana Light trom Farra Products which treats of the wonders fnl possibilities of denatured alcohol provided for by our last Congress The article is found on thj agriculturalI page and 1is illustrated Your atten tion is also directed to the page d voted to the up building of the country small towns and villages Articles in this magazine are from the pens of men who are fully equipped to handle their subjects Is Worthy of Reward Hubert Vreeland who is possibly better known throughout the State than any one man in Kentucky has announced for the position of Secretary of State Mr Vreeland is at present serving in the capacity of Commission or of AgrIculture and no man has ever held that office who has given to it better efforts or atttalned greater re suits than has he He has seemed at all times to thoroughly understand the full import of his position and has renaered much valuable service to the farming interestsof our State He is in every way capable of filling tne high office be seeps and his past re ccrd is worthy of reward Bowling Green Times Journal The Old Woman and the New The Rev John L Scndder may be right in his assertion that business women make better helpmates than wives drawn from the leisure or at least noneelf supporting class of girls but there seems to be something radi cally wrong in the view of the connubial partnership which he presented in his sermon on business women Speaking of the business woman he is reported as saying She believes in personal freedom and self support and refuses to bea mere appendage toa mere man a tender to a masculine steam engine To day she is her own locomotive and if she marries she marries as an equa and not as a dependant The question of feminine support must be answered in one of two ways Either the wom an must gain her own livelihood or be come the beneficiary of man It may be remarked that nobody who enters into a partnership of any sort can expect to retain absolute personnel freedom The rale Is equally true in business and marriage The attempt to exercise absolute personal freedom by one or both partners Is pretty sure to result in disaster to any enterprise of any df a notion I lint this is not the main point Mr Scudders most serious fallacy lies in the notion that in any healthy marriage lelation thA woman is non self supporting and the mere beneti ciarv of man The proposition is as absurd as it would he to say that the number of a law firm who pleads In too courts is a mere tender a mere appendage a mere beneficiary of the gentleman who sits In the office sees the clients and collects the bills or I tbat the expert engineer at the head ot a steel lilaiit is a mere tender to Notes and Bills I 20i53478 Cash in Safe and other Banks 710S551 Stocks and Bonds 4 2270272 Banking House and Lot 180000 Other Real Estate r 23679 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 Total 303759S0 the man who manages the finances of the concern Nobody earns his or her livelihood more honorably or more directly than the wife and mother of s family who does her duty She Is her husbands business partner in a phase of his life which is at least as vital to his interests I us the outside one by which he makes his money under the oye of the world If the couple are partners in a poor and struggling concern the wife contributes as much to the general success hithe work of her hands as the man does by his if they lirA more fortunate and prosperous the wom ans busy brain contriving and rul ing in the household is earning by earnest eager expert and honorably exertion as good a livelihood as the husband is able to provide her with The law holds good in the realms of wealth and luxury The woman who creates and maintains an eminent social position for her family is likely to be her husbands most important ally and her share of all the benefits that they enjoy in common Is not a mere gratuity it does not come tc her from bar husbands bounty it is her compensation for the services she does in advancing the interests of the alliance Mr Scndder institutes in his ser won a sharp contrast between the business woman of today who looks at her ten fingers and saysIII can use these and earn my bread and the maiden of the past centuries who tried to solve the problem by attempting deliberately to capture a husband and make him pay the bills Nothing can be more unfair than this The fact is the maiden ot the past centuries sought employment just like the girl of today in the field of wortc tor which she was train ed and in which she felt confi dent of her abiity to shine She was usually if not always a specialist in housekeeping and she expected to earnand in all ordinary cases did earn her livelihood by managing hot husbands household and bringing up his chilldren Those wno really understand social coonditions in the past are aware that in civilized communities women have always enjoyed relativelyjust about the same amountof easHcom fort respect and influence as they enjoy today New York Sun The Faml ly In America America with its evils of divorce bps acquired an unfortunate reputa hon from the point of view of the ea credness of tbn familya reputation in the whole whicn it does not de serve A singular and dramatic in ternational incident of recent occu rence Illustrated tho fact that an over whelming body of public opinion sustain the family institution This incident hRS been described by certain natives and foreigners as an illustra tion of national Pharisaism 1 as having elements of hypocrisy cowardice and cruelty It may possible have bad touches of these unlovely vices so far as individuals are concerned but the action of public opinion in such cases will always be in danger of taint and error or hypocrisy in details It is however not the minor as peuts of the incident so much as the larger that interest ussand in the larger vlow there is reason for deep rejoicing in the existence of public opinion in America which vftlats and is preservative of the marriage relation and the institution of the familyWhen it comes to hypocrisy these is no more loathsome hypocrisy than that which sustains a condition or so dial affairs whereby a man or woman Inpsired by caprice selfindulgence may evado solemn obligations and enter easily into new and inviting re lations To bear such actlonwhen the fruit of pure selfishness and nncontrol defended as is often the ease on high spiritual grounds is enough to awako the humorist in the dullest mind or to fill with disgust the honest auditor Who has not heard inespon sibllity whim satiety or curiosity dignified by amateur philosophers with scientific or godlike names Here is hypocrisy indeed lidiculuns and rank By this way lies danger to the spirit danger to the family dan ger or the state If the family is not worth saving let us have the other thing The other thing this vaunted freedom of the spirit truth to the individual character and destiny loyalty to liberty has a popular name which goes to the root of the matter Behind tlie false preachment of a noble life larks the spector of what the plain people call free love1 The public opinion of America has baen testedand it is opposed to free love and all apparent attack on the sacredness ot tne family i it mav express its opinion on any given case with awkwardness or without suffi cient dicriminatien that is not what we are not consideringbut the opin ion is sound and right Our people believe that the family is worth sav lag and all good clti ens und wise men ahead be glad An aftertnewar story that our Southern friends tell may come to memory when one listens to higa minded excuses for antifamily princi palsIn other words for yielding to temptation A young man of fighting age who had accompanied his mother in her flight trom the South to Canada at the approach of the hose tilities was not received with marked favor by the young ladies on his re turn from selfinflicted exile His good mother was much concerned by this qUiet social disapproval and tried to placate oneQf the belles or the town by explaining to her how necessary it was tbat the young man the only male In the family should stay away tram the battlefield in or der to take care of his mother and guard the family Interests Oh my dear Mrs Blank said the smil ing girl you need not say another word for I would have done exactly the same thing myself I am such a- cowardJuly Century Only 82 Years Old 1 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 Mrs E H Brunson of Dublin Ga Surely tneres nothing else keeps the old as yoang and makes the weak as strong1 as this grand tonic medicine Dyspep sia torpid liver inHumed kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown atfer taking Electric Bitters a reson able time Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Cloverpoit ft W MW IW U U WW UW MIW Statement of Condition of THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG AND TRUST CO HARDINGSBURG KyI At Close of Business June 30th 1906 U Resources I Liabilities Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 273072 Deposits 24952908 Dividend No 32 duo July 1 1906 at 3 per cent 150000 Total i 30375980 VeryRespectfullyM Cashier OFFICERS B F BEARD President M II BEARD Cashier PAUL COMITON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS LAFAYETTE GREEN C Via ROBERTSON Momus ESKIUDOE G W BEARD Dm A M KINOHELOE D S RICHARDSON BF BEARD The Bank of Ilardinsburg and Trust Company presents this its first statement under its now name and charter It is handle everyfiduciary1 It calls attention to the unusual strength in the make up of its directorate to its ample resources and to its very safe and conservative manner of conducting business as indicated by the figures in this statement It trusts these features will appeal to you and that you will favor it with such deposit and trust business as you may control OJ 1 I a- f 1 Want 11 rule of health 1 the bowels regylar Ill the great medicine Pills 301700 i DYE Io B r niu t co BIGGLEThe Prop OPEN Water Boarders yourself v t t ti r r r 3r Paint Decay I Shingle Paper and M on Boilers Smoke M M Made only in black M m i j i4 CO E R i IofI H fSeBMitUillSBY JACOB BlGOtE UV VAVA No 1BIGQLE HORSE BOOK All about Horses a Commonsense Treatise with more than 71 Illustrations a standard work Price 60 Cents No 2BIQQLE BERRY BOOK All about growing Small Fruits read and learn how Beautiful colored plates Price 50 Cents No 3BIQQLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best Poultry look in existence I tells everything Profusely Illustrated Price 60 Cents tf No 4 B1QQLE COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy Business new edilionlColored plates Sound Commonsense nice l 1 No SBIQQLE SWINE BOOK All about HOBS Breeding Feeding Butchery Diseases etc Covets the whole ground Price 60 Cents No 6BIQQLE HEALTH BOOK Cites remedies and uptodate Information A household I necessity Extremely practical Price 60 Cents No 7BIQQLE PET BOOK For the boys and girls particularly Pets of all kinds and how to care for them Price 60 Cents No 8BIQQLE SHEEP BOOK Covers the whole ground Every rage full of good ad vice Sheep men praise it Price 60 Cents Farm JournalI-s your paper made for you and not a misfit It Is 29 years old it Is the great boileddown hit he nail on thehead quit after you have sald it Farm and Household paper In the worldthe biggest paper of Its size in the United States of yadUUA1907190801mSample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIOULap00KS free WILMHR ATKINSON COIL POBLIIBBM or FARM JOUBNAL PHILADELPHIA TT TTT ASHEVILLE HJ5NDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of the BeautifulrLAND OF THE SKY AND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY A natural paradise whore human ills find quick relief reached direct by the i m Southern Railwayari lowestitisea Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 8887 F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65rpercent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFQRD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY GEO B ALLEN Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUISJ r I w t- rr 340000000 CIGARETTES I Y Imported Last Year This Item I t 1 Now Represents Big Sum of t 1150000 I r V Washington July 24It is somewhat jii a far cry from tobacco In Kentucky to tobacco in India yet reports pt the J Department of Commerce and labor show that from an insignificant Item the imports into the latter country of superior quality to have been grown until in the past year they were vain ed at more than 1500000 It is only of late years that the advance of civil Ization has popularized tbe cigarette among the many millions of natives who live in towns and travel by rail- waYS a popularity which is inereas ing More than 340000000 oigaiett were imported in the last year this item having grown in value in five years from 100000 to 1150000 The East Indian is not paiticular as to the brand of paper pipes which he consumes preterring in fact as fsi shown by the demand a cheap slow gradelarticle One is tempted to con elude indeed that highly perfumed and expensive oriental cigarettes are not popular among orientals but mann V factored for sale by foreign devils not withstanding the pictures painted by the popular novels of the day The livest and liveliest political is sue in the country today is public ownership says H T Newcomb the Washington economist and stutis tlclan To a great extent it is at present a local issue taking the form of a movement for city owner I ship of gas and electric plants and street cars but it is bound to grow from this to a demand tor natural l lownerahip ana operation of all sorts i ot industrial enterprises The prop aganda for government Intervention I IbelnlfactiveJ presented in nil parts off the country as a remedy for all our MrSewcnmbtne American Association for tha Ad vancement of Science a few days ago taking up the question of municipal ownership from the point of view of the employe His conclusion was that for the laboring man the government is a less desirable employer than the individual or corporation An exam riinatton of wage statistics made by Mr Newcomb shows that in the past ten years the wages of privately employed t Ihbor advanced over 12 per cent while f there was no advance in the pay for ii iiIJDnJfc employment Further more the government has the power to compel v service and finds it necessary to ex ifcrclse this power when it becomes an employed on large scale in other words it interters with the laborers right sell his labor wherever he will Thisit ittoa new phase of the question and f one that is likely to attract consIder- ablej interest among employes in In- dustriesf in which the agitation for municipal ownership Is now going on According to the report of the Dead Letter Office just issued there are ex aotly 854H52 persons waiting for let teis that nuver oame in the month of June about one letter out of every GOO j written having failed to reach ts des tination on account of insufficient ad i 44diaaa Indeed U you were looking for money tnrougb the mails which didnt thin up as expected there is a bit of I relief in the thought that Uncle Sam II OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys I BloodIAll the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes jpyt yourbloodI illIImpurities In the blood If they are sick or out dotwork t I Pains aches and rheu matlsm fromT come excess of uric acid In the L neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyV overworking In pumping thick Kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroublesI but now modern science proves tnat nearly beginning If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is wbiv rwdfced It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on its merits by all druggists In flfty Tcimtand onedollar sit liitN You may have a sample bottle by mall Home of BmlapKaot dree also pamphlet telllngyou how to find ubletp fcCo Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the aaiae SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton NY Won every bottler t f may have it Ot the total number of letters watch went to the dead letter office 0730 contained moneyless than a dollar apiece Iu the average IIt isl true but still totalling 555778 a snug little sum which might to do- ingI some one a lot or good Mayo That want column Doctors tail lie Would not Live Peter Fry Woodruff Pa writes Atter doctoring tor two years with the best pnysiciuns in Waynesburg and still getting worse the doctors advised mo if I had any business to attend to I had better attend to It at once us I could not possibly live an nother month as there was no cure for me Folevs Kidney Cure was recom mended to me by a friend and I immediately sent my son to the store atter it and after taking three bottles I began to get better and continued to improve until I was entirely well sold by A R Fisher Cloverport SIGN OF SU- NPARDONABLE SIN Is the Dollar Bill so Speaketl tom Lawson of Boston in a Tractlet Thomas W Lawson bus issued a tractlet in which he relates the story of a one dollar bill which he says has become a sign of the unpardonaolesm the unspeakable trade ones manhood for anothers soul the bribe Mr Law ion dedicates tbe clmnlar in this way To the Massachusetts Legisla tore To you and your dupes the constituents of whose welfare you have been the insolent betrayers to you and your victims tbe bucketshop slaves of whose hope of salvation you have been the ruthless destroyers to you and your masters the corporations of whose dictates you have been the good and faithful servants to yon and yonr works and your shame as a valedic tory to your present session and a salu tation of your next onel dedicate this homely of the dirty bit ct paper rhomas W Lawson A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their proper action trial Dr Kingss New Life Pills the pleasantest and most effective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and tone up the system 25c at Severs Drug Co Clnverport REFUSED TO PAY LOSSES Have Many of Insurance Companies With Policies In San Francisco i Many of the life insurance couipan lea have refused to pay their San Francisco losses Some others are re miring a material discount As ia result California people generally show a disposition to nnite against these faithless insurance companies while newspapers in other states are demand lag that tbe inmates of the welchers bywhich term the delinquent compan tea are known bit published for the benefit of premium payers in other sections of the country A Sacramento Cal dispatch says Sixbit compan ies are to be allowed no more insur ance business at the hands of the members of the board of education of this city At the meeting last night action was taken to transfer all bust ness now held by the welohers to lemtmate concerns The matter was ronght up a result of several English companies informing the board that they were not among tne sizbit com panies A motion prevailed that the board should transfer all its busi ness from the sixbit companies us soon as their status could be establish edSome of these companies contend that the leases being due to a cause not covered by the policy of insur ance there is no liabili- tyHEAVILY ARMED Strange Woman Rides Through Indiana Woods With Six Dogs I A woman apparently forty years old has been noticed for several days near Manokport Harrison con nty thirty five miles southwest of New Albany and her strange actions and apoaarance have caused considerable comment among the people of that common ty She rides a pony carry ing a camping outfit 9f blankets etc and has two gnna strapped to the sad die with a pistol In the holster at her belt She is followed by a half dozen dogs and the country people say she Tn YourWants WantsSupplied TWo are fully prepared to supplfyour wants for anything in our line with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties Jewelry watches or anything that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right TVo respectfully solicit your patronage T C LEWIS SON I HARDINSBURG KY It camps in the woods at night Nothing is Known concerning ner as she hRS refused to give her namo or residence each time the residents have questioned her When renquired to purchase food for herself pony or dogs she appeared to be amply supplied with funds and asked assistance from no one A woman ol the same description wis seen near West Point Ky and her presence inj the county caused much comment and speculation ConrierJournal READ THIS Uopkinsville Ky Junu 7 1001 Dr H W Hall St Louie Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls lireat Discovery for tbe past three years and from experi ertcn I can say I have never sold any kidney and bladder remedy of super ior meritsMost repectfully THOMAS D ARMISTEAD A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Treat Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes semiano emissions weaK and lame backs rhenmatismand all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be Bent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for test imonials Sold by all druggists WARRANT FOR- ROCKEFELLER Now In Hands of An Ohio Sheriff Oil King Makes No Reply S A warrant for the arrest of John IU Rockefeller was recently issued by tbe state authorities at Findley Ohio and is now in tbe hands ot the sheriff of HancccK county This warrant was issued on a complaint filed by Prosecutor Davfa charging Rookfeller with violating the antitrust law in organiz ing and maintaining a monopoly in the oil business The warrant directs the sheriff to take the said John D Roukfeller if found in our country or it he shall have tIed that yon pursue him to any other country In the state and take and safely keep the said John D Rockefeller so that you have his body before this court to answer the said complaint and be further dealt with according to law The warrant is signed by Judge Banker of the pro bate court of Hancock county John D Rockfeller is now at Caw piegne France The Chicago Record Herald printed a cablegram from Cam piegne in which Rockefeller is quoted as saying I will make no statement whatsoever for publication Rookfeller said this when questioned about the warrant for his arrest Ic a Paris newspaper man who asked for his opinion on this warrant Mr Rook feller wrote LI This whole affair is a matter of politics toProf Strong Mr Rockefellers soninlaw said to the same newspaper man The issue of the warrant is absurd A word ot explanation from Mr Rockfeller will dismiss it Tne oil magnate seems howevAr t be consideraoly worried fox in tbe Record Heralds cablegram it Is said Mr Rockfeller played golf with the mayor and Dr Biggar all tnis afternoon He made good strokes but he was nervous undoubt edly Usually as gay as a school boy at the game hellh1 not smile once today His face seemed heavy and drawn and hard as granite Yet when t 1 the golf ended he remarked I have bad a delightful afternoon A Findley Ohio dlspatob follows If John D Rookfeller does not come to Ohio when he returns from abroad it will be piEGible to extradite him In the suit brought against him in the probate court here for violation ot the antitrust laws The offense charged In a misdemeanor under the laws of Ohio Had it been a felony punishable by a penitentiary sentence said Prosecutor David today we could have extradite him but as it is only it misdemeanor punishable bd a fine and Sail sentenc that can not be done A sweet breath adds to the joys of a kiss You wouldnt want to kiss your wife mother or sweetheart with a bad breatn You cant have a sweet breath without a healthy stomach You cant have a healthy stomach without perfect digestion There is only one remedy that digests what you eat and make the breath us sweet as a roseand that remedy is KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA It is a relief for sour stomach palpitation of the heart rind other ailments arising horn disorder of the stomach and digestion Take a little Kcdol after your meals and see what it will do for you Sold by Sever1 Drug Co Cloverport Town Marshals Deed Warsaw Ky July 9James Clax ton town marshal of Warsaw at tempted to shoot his wife but her brother Mat Webb knocked the weapon up and Claxton was shot through tho left arm near the shoulder Claxton was recently divorced from his former wife Miss Sipple or Elliston Station and had just marrIed Miss Nannie Webb of this place He forbade her visiting her parents and she did so which led to the trouble Claxton has resigned as town mar shal The wound In his arm Is very severe and may give him serIous trouble Tennessee Republicans Nashville Tennt July 13 Henry Clay Evans of Hamilton county former commissioner of pensions and re cently American consul general In London was nominated for governor by the Republican state convention D C Swab of Claiborne county was nominated for railroad commissioner The nomjnatlon of Evans for governor came after a most exciting session had marks the transfer of Republican leadership from Congressman Walter P BrownloV First district to Mr Evans chargedWithMurder Lexington Ky July 9Sherlff J R Boaz of Stuart Va camo hero for Everett Scales who Is wanted for the murder of Sanford Smith The mur der was committed last December Scales strikitiz Smith over the head with a gun Inflicting a wound from which he died Scales came to this city In his wanderings and he received a letter from his sister telling him that Smith had died and that the grand jury had Indicted him The let ter led to the detection and arrest of the fugitive To Try French Abner and Smith Beattyvllle Ky July 11After a lengthy conference between Judge Dorsey and attorneys interested it was announced that a special term of court will be held Aug 6 to try B F French John Smith and John Abner who are also under Indictment for the murder of Marcum The present term of court expires Saturday next and it will have to be extended into a special term to complete the trial of Hargis and Callahan Explosion In Mine Owensboro Ky July 13An explosion of gas In P room of the Black Diamond Coal and Coko company mines at Drakesboro injured six men two of whom will die The fatally In jured are Edward Boyd and Thomas Creasy Seriously Injured Raymond Bennett Benjamin Holtman Edward ONell and William Garrett Sentenced to Death Lexington Ky July 9Anron Mc Cabe convicted of the murder of Mar tin Clark which took place in this city 13 weeks ago was found guilty by a jury here and was sentenced to be hanged To Succeed Trimble Frankfort Ky July 13W Preston Kimball of Lexington was nominated for congress to succeed Hon South Trlmblo by the Democrats of the Seventh district Brothers Drown Covington Ky July 9Albert and Charles Bolllu brothers aged 22 and 19 respectively were drowned while bathing In Silver Lake near Erlanger Ky near this city Died of Hydrophobia Louisville Ky July 9Lynch Hen son a molder died of hydrophobia after frightful suffering Henson was bitten two weeks ago He had 200 convulsions Heavrin For Congress Louisville Ky July 11 The Re publicans of the Fourth district nomi hated M L Heavrin for congress to ppose Ben Johnson Dem That want column CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature i 4 k 125 h 4 Round trip from all Branch Points to Louisville WeekEnd Excurison via Ute HENDERSON ROUTE Saturday July 28 Special train leaves Fordsville 630 a m Hardinsburg 814 a m Irvington 910 Returning leave Louisville 6 p m For Information ask the Agent d mA A W IIVACATioN TRIP- YELLOWSTONEII PARKPersonally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Mnnitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glemvood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and G DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip I Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write J II GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville nVt SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY Are you making ao much off your farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too inub money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a 1ving on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price oi good land is so little that yon can own a big farmwhere every acre of the ground is work ing profitsThereSouthwiot along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that can be bought for from 3 to f10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there The trip can ho made ut very little expense On the first und third Tuesdays of each month vou can purchase a round trip ticket to any point In the southwest on or via tho Cotton Molt Houto at very 1 w rates Stopovers will bd allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested In Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Cotton Bill Rule 82 Todd Building loulsyille Ry THE FINEST CATALOGUE Ever Issued by a commercial school will be sent upon request to teachers and others who are 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 embossed cover and beautifully Illustrated with viewsspecimensoIt also contains halltone Illustrations of the leading buildings of Louisville and many charming scenes from the woridamed parks that surround our beautiful city It tells why It Is better for YOU to attend school In Louisville than elsewhere This book will enable you to decide between good and worthless commercial schools Send for a free copytodAy BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Ky I THOS W DRYDEN President OEO W SCHWARTZ See and Treks i L c 1 u Ii iI i i PERlNAP jif ifJustt tAFew i I Of the tlSincere1 I Letters I Written To Dr- Hartman By HOlIes- tPeoPle uIl udie ut fi ttleulV A = a JOwes Good Health to Peruna Miss L Wall 850 N Dale street St Paul Minn writesII Last spring I had a very severe case of bowels I was very much run down in strength and lost my appetite I took three bottles of Pcruna and found myself gaining very quickly In every way I alsohad catarrh In my head which has been entirely cured I thank Peruna for the health lam enjoying I The Worlds Greatest Mediclew I factory The rapid growth of the Poruna cine Company Is as phenomenal business world as the universal larity of their famous remedy The plant covers a number of and employs several hundred J Jther medlulne firm In the wheren flaches anything like the business done by Dr Hartmans Although Peruna is a medicine the details of its Ing are in strict accordance with maceutical discoveries and gives Dr Hartman greater than to show his intimate friends through the laboratory Poruna Is made A Doctors Prescription- For years Dr Hartman used Parana In his private practice as a regular pre scription He had no thought of manufacturing it or advertising it as a proprietary medicine until there was a demand made upon him by his many friends who clamored for the original prescription BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO DendVoBABBAGfe- dltore and Proprietors TWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 23 1000 For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON = c = === Kentucky editors are navling thei annual outing at Urayson Springs tbi week Will some one please go down to Hawesville und wake Clarence Steret upt Hell dreaming Gov Beckham is making a great bowwow about a clean and fair primary The Governors memory ii4 evidently fresn of recent primaries and he is now no doubt trying to work a reformation If a railroad company owned thl bridge across Clover creek over which all Cloverporters must pass and allow ed it to get in the condition that it iIS now in the city and county would raise a great howl and cry out indict them But an it is both bodies are For that- Dandruff There is one thing that will cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dandruff no pimplesno eruptions- The best kind of a testimonial II Sold for over sixty years I- nAMde by J O Ayer Co Lowell Man Alto ra nuf oturer or SARSAPARILCA JtsPILLS PECTORAL for DR HARTMANSFAMOUS T rtyThousand PatientsJDr Hartman estimates that he must have prescribed Peruna for over forty thousand patients before it was adver tised as a proprietary medicine Relieved In four Weeks of Severe Cold on Lungs Miss Josie Schaetzel Gen Del Ap pleton Wis writes I contracted a severe cold which settled on my lungs in very short order t and it was not long until it developed into a serious case of catarrh Every morning I would raise a lot of phlegm which was very disagreeable Myf digestion was poor and my lungs sore After a few doses of Peruna 1 be gan to mend and felt that If 1 kept on taking It It would not be long until I would be well Iwas right for In four weeks I was well again 1 think Peruna is a grand medicine and wish to add my testimony to the many others you have I Catarrh is almost universal Catarrh is difficult to cure Many doctors do not care to treat catarrh at all J very quite about the matter Abont the next time a railroad company goes wrong it might be well tor our town and county to recall the bridge across Clover Creek at Cloverport Kentucky Ever lcokgforward to Aug 41 the date of the Masonic pic nic at Himlmsburg witn an eye ot genuine pleasure The men behind this enterprise are not lacking in either hustle or initiative The bring ing of the Governor of Kentucky candidate for the Governors office and a candidate for Congress into our county is a worthy act and willprove a bUt drawing card There are man other attractions enough almost to make the picnic a county fair Marks Day of Pussys Undoing Ginl Pussy Halys fool hardv vili fication of Graham Vreeland the capable and lovable managing editor of tho CourierJournal marks the day of Pussys undoing Mr Vree laud has done much for Democracy and much for the State but both would owe him a still greater debt if he should even unwittingly be the means of exploding the hotair tank nt the machine works Harrodaburg Democrat As to QinlPussy Percy Haleys unwarranted attac- III upon Mr Graham Vreeland the able and popular managing editor of the CourierJournal is a sample of toe littleness and responsibility of the ma and deserves the severe condemnation of every right thinking man in th State The people are tired of Haly and the crowd of mud alin ers and they will recolve a rebuke at the next election that will eliminate them from further participation in the peoples affairs Danville News Joe Frank Top Bmnan Ed Bow manR B Dan and Mantle Day wentt to Fisher Ark to ran a saw mill They will cut 000 tones of timber Bivian Tucker has returned fro I Pretoria Ua where he has had R position as a clerk in n large lubme mill commissary 4 J hJ Followed Doctor Hart mans Advice A Grateful Letter Mrs Anthony Ranch 438 Johnston street Bucyrns Ohio writes I was suffering from obstinate constipation and torpid liver when I took- youradvice and purchased six bottles of Feruna and Manalln When 1 had taken only one bottle I felt much better andsince I have taken two more bottles I feel entirely well but I will continue taking the medicine for a short time to make sure of my cureI think Manalin is one of the finest remedies for constipation that I over tried I will never bo without It It has made me so strong I can do a days work and never tire I am so glad I do not get those dizzy spells any more 1 havnthad one since I took your medicine I cannot thank you enough for what your medicine has done for me All sick people should give it a fair trial Perunas PopularityY Peruna is not like so many other rem edies that pass away as soon as the first few bottles are used The longer Peruna is used in any community the more popular it becomes NIAGARA FALLS AND TORONTO I I Free Trip Will be Given Away at Hardinsbur Masonic Picinic Ausr 4 1906 The Masons have determined to giv away a Free Trip to Niagra Falls an pass sage otiose Laae Ontario and several trolly rides to historical scenes This trip will be given in connection with the big Masonic Picnic to be any der the following conditions I Auy girl or lady may enter the contest and the one receiving the largest number of votes will be re warded the trip II Tickets good for one drone at the picnicl may be sold by the can didates for 25a which will entitle the purchaser to cast 25 votes for any lady he way wish III Special contest tickets will b also issued which will cost 25c each and which ate good for 100 votes IV Candidates may enter the contest ut any timn from now on and it will close promptly at 5 oclock p m Aug 4 100G Tickets of either kind may be procured now but allI unsold dinner tickets must be return ed not later than U oclock a mAu 4 1000 rek ceives will be kept strictly secret until the count is made by Morris H Beard John D Shaw and John T Hoben VI Candidates may procure tick bnnt each candidate will be charged with the tickets received and credited bye unsold tickets returned For tickets and and information write Jno P Haswell Jr Hardins burg Ky Important NoticeR41144 i old under a positive guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Hoop and liinberneck Price 50 cents No care no pay Proctor Keith is at home fro nl I Elizabothtown Masonic Celebration Cloverpo- m August 28 Reduced rates from points on main line to Masonic Barbecue at Cloverport 100 for round trip from points on Branch T r ti t THE TALK OF THE CONTINENT 1 f tnv 1iv iffy tux i A Nashville Term 7 VIJ 1v Vj Finds Relief In Peruna After buttering Twenty Years f Mrs M 8 Davis 1605 Buena Vista street Nashville TennJwrltes After having been a constant sufferer from catarrh for more than twenty years and after trying almost every remedy advertised and hay ing lost all hope I very reluctantly began the use of Peruna about two years ago Everybody says Ilook younger now than I did twenty years ago and I actually feel younger and better and weigh more lam recommending It to my neighbors and all with whom 1 come In contact Prruna Removes the Cause et Catarrh Peruna has no bad effects upon tho system and gradually eliminates ca tarrh by removing the cause of catarrh There are a multitude of homes where Peruna has been used oft and on for twenty years Peruna Actually Relieves Tho reason why Peruna has become a BIO SPRING Misses Lill and Ollie Mae Clarkson and their visitor Miss Etelka Jocohy are spending a few days at Grayeon I Springs Mr Ed Miller and Miss McCoy of Mays Grove were married at the parsoouce Thursday morning by the- Re Russell Miaa Emma Miller is visiting her aunt at Hawesville angmealsdcoupleted for their cream sapper Saturday night the 28 of July for the benefit of the Methodist church and all that attnnd can be assured of plenty of good cream and cake Mrs Kincatd and child of Louis ville who have been visiting Mr and Mis Foster Lyons have returned homeBorn to the wife of Hugh Yates July 18 a daughter but only lived n ahortI timeMiss Edna Dowell visited the tamily of Carroll Claycomb neat Rossett last weekMrs John Meaior is visiting here mother who is spending the summer at Tioga Springs on Mnldrongbs Hill Dr Harness representing larkI Davis and Co was here Friday I Mr John Hicks left Monday on a prospecting tour in Texa s where ho- I expects to make his future home Miss Jennie Trunnell of Sbeperds MyrtlegMoorman left Mondav fcr Elizabeth town to visit frienQs and relatives She was accompanied by Miss Moor man who will visit at Ehzabetbtown and Shepardsville before returning Mrs Stith of Louisville is herewith her sister Mrs Horned who is still confined to her bed Mrs Morrison who has been herewith her sister Mrs Horned left Wednesday for bet home at Franklins Cross Roads Mr and Mrs Hagan of WoOdland- s were with her sister Mrs Harried last Sunday Mr Arthur Scott of Hardinsbarg visited his sister Miss Maggie last Sunday Miss Maggie has 1 Keeps Peruna In the House l 408 Buttles Avo Columbus itOhioIhave used your Peruna for catarrh of the head and stomach and have been greatly re lleved from it Therefore I cannot praise Parana too much and can recommend it to any one having the above disease as there Is nothing better ialways keep It In the house standard catarrh remedy the world over is simply because It eliminates catarrh This explains why Peruna has be come so popular It relieves catarrh This Is an amply sufficient reason why it should become popular It therefore follows that when a rem edy is devised that can be used in the home at a moderate cost such a remedy should inevitably become popular IOAZWOBJA Sew the The Will You Hare Always Bought Slgoitu Ydl1P-of cIItIcc just returned tram Arkansas to spend 1 the sammr with her aunt Mrs Mor I rie Dont forget to come and enjoy the ice cream and cako July 28 foi the benefit of The Methodist hurchIQuite u crowd was hero the day of W H Doran Bankrupt Among those from a distance Kd McMertry andI Tom McDonough of Vine qrove t Dave Henry Irvington Mr Frank lin Madisonvllle Morris Beard and Frank Mercer Hardinsbnrg Charlie Moorman Ehzabethtown John Coon and A If Taylor Custer Mr and Mrs Eugene Jones o Woodland were the guests of her sis ter Mrs Dies Dowell last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Berry of Vine Grove and her dangnter Mrs Dallas Skillman of Mays Grove are here with he mother Mrs Wiseheart who has been very ill- Adolphus Hill of Louisville was here last week to see his grandmother Mrs Wieeheart Rev Russell will not preach hereon the fifth Sunday but will ou the first Sunday in August He attended the Sunday school convention at VineI Grove Thursday MR Spatial Kasey who formerly lived here and now holds his chart h membership but resides at Vinr Grove presented the Methodist chore last week with a beautiful latner back pulpit bible Miss Zelma Strotber spent a few days last week in Stitbs Valley with Dr and Mrs C D Hardaway Twenty Year Battle Ir was a loser in a twenty year battle with ohtonio piles and malignant sores until I tried Btfcklens Arnica Salve which turned the tide by curing bqtb till not a trace remains writes A M Bruce of Farm ville Va Best for old Ulcers Cuts Burns and Wounds 25c at Severs Drug Co Cloverport There are a great many catarrh curesII In the world The most of them are local applications Few of them are to be used Internally Unfortunately a large number of I these catarrh remedies especially the ones prescribed by the doctors contain narcotics of some sort Cocaine opium and other narcotics are used These remedies give temporary relief The patient thinks he Is better right awayIn few weeks however he discoversii his mistake Notohly is his catarrh no better but ho has acquired the habit of using some narcotic One reason why Peruna has found permanent use In so many homes Is that It contains no nar cotic ot any kind Peruna Is perfectly harmless It taken according to directions on the bottle So used It can be taken anj length of time without acquiring a rr drug habit TARFORK 1 Miss Kate Hinton and brother of t ftheirA dance was given Wednesday j night at the home of Mr and Mrs I Wash Roboins Dr Wm Howard was called Sat nrday to see Walter Newby who has been very ill but Is better Miss Stella Rnppert visited net cousin Emma Mattingly at Mattingly Monday Mile Jessie Ryan has returned home after a stay of some weeks with her uncle Led Hintons family near iI CloverportMr Mrs Len Keenan of Jolly rotaflives Jess Weather bolt moved to Evansville Thursday- Mr and Mrs Geo Newman of Pisgah spent last Wednesday with Nedrnesday night with Mr and Mrs T H Chancellor They came on legal business L U Tanl of Jolly Station spent Thursday night at T H Bates Misses Dessie Hinton and Mable Beavin of Cloverpott are visiting the Misses Ryan Sherron and Unppert Robbins and others in this vicinity Dr J A Sandbacb uf McQuady r was called Thursday to see Mrs Ed Hook who was suffering with nea ralgia i h Geo Harris is putting the roads J here in nice order 4 j Children like Kennedys Laxative i Honey and Tar The pfeasantest and best cough syrup to take because it contains no opiates Sold by Severs Drag Co Cloverport Mrs A A LaHeist ants two sonsIoof New Albany are the guests of A A LaHefatuNotice to chicken raisers R4rll t t4 cures chicken cnolera and RoapIand limbornesk Price 50 cents Hfo 6 euro no pay Guaranteed and sold by 1 A R Fisher Druggist I J rtGrovesTasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annul Sales over One and aHaII o rj boWel Does that record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Padoaei wkJaevwy ktde Sts Tee tpackage of Qrovoa lfadc Root Liver rli I c tr Y 1 71d I x THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSy- t 01UGAZIXE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 25 1906P TWO C i COUNTESS OF WARWICK 1 A STRIKING BEAUTY OF ENGLISH L COURT WHO IS FRIEND OF WORKINGMEN d I PhllaIk In Dairying Poultry Etc Prominent 1 2fJ In Politics It England has at least one title j woman whose wealth and position have not proved sulllclent to blind li I to conditions which surround less for tunate men and women She Is the i Countess of Warwick long the reign r Ing beauty of King awards cour and of the most famous women I I itsII rJiThe Countess has recently come iIn to prominence thruugh her par Ipa I w tlon In the English elections and Is JI strong advocate and supporter of 111 I Thorne candidate of the dock lal borers for u sent In the House of Com mons Tim Countess strongly sup ports the contention of the laboring element for a labor party in parliatue and gowned In the most bewitching Parisian frocks and In a red automobile she has been stirring things up pretty lively In the fort five parlia mentary districts In which repre sentatives of organized labor were running for the House of Commons SENT DELEGATION TO AMERICA This very democratic Countess r cently sent a delegation of twent fie women to the United States to stud labor conditions here Each is In trusted with a different mission One visited stenographers and typewriter- another i went to tailor shops and stillj1 another to the factories where you11 men and women are employed and th- I entire labor field was adequately coy 1 1erect The Countess defrayed all ex penses of the trip mill Is now usin t the material which her delegation brought back to her for speeches to the laboring classes Not long ago the Countess addressed u tremendous crowd of workmen IIe stage was a tradesmans wagon andj hundreds of workmen went without their dinners In order to hear her speech She was given a great lion culled the wen comrades nn ij I 6 I p 1 THE COUNTESS OF WARWICK 4friends and urged them to strain effort to get a labor party iIn parliament You workers are the empire declared the Countess and this with a succession of spirited assertions she made were lustily cheered by the la boring men- The Countess of Warwick is one of Englands most famous women Before the succession of her husband to the earldom she was Lady Brooke and gained the nickname of Babbling r1RR Brooke for having told some t ngs In connection with the famous bac carat party at Tranby Croft which proved one of the most sensational news stories of the year The Prince of Wales now King Edwrd vII was a member of the party and a subse j quent witness In the case TO TEACH jJAIUYING AND CHICKEN GROWTH In the past few years the Countess of Warwick has devoted neArly her entire time to philanthropic and char ity work Sho once managed a linen and lace store but the venture proved a unsuccessful Later she founded a school and dairy work and poultry keeping for young girls a home for crippled children and a technical ich001 CANDIED FLOWERS England Has Begun Strange De mands for Sugared Blossoms From H A the United States ape of the latest developments of luxhry Is said to bo the candying of S + tfragrant flowers The notion is not altogether new for violets have long been made Into confections for the palate nN well as Into boquets for the C 11 olfactory organs 0 I At any rate It seems that the fash ion bast acquired a now Impetus of late ana a candled violet is coming to be r U as an acceptable b9mine t m I IndyTheresugared rose petals which Is being catered to by some enterprising artists In sugar It can hardly be pretended that flowers made Into sweets are of any medicinal efficacy though damask rose leaves have long held n recogi nized place In the materia medica Whether the violet has any thera peutlc qualities does not appe though the leaves not the flow reputationod I n for cancer The best that caner hoped for If flowers are to be eat as well as to be seen and smelled i Is that they may In all cases prove to be qucstitperfume s always n sa- n re guidePerhaps the modern craze Is aft all only n form of luxury A enndl l violet or n dish of rose leaves cu couldllpossibly category cheap sweets for the millions and It js understood that the sugar trust is not Interested nPBREAKS BY CONGRESS Peculiar Mistakes Due to Tremen dous Amount of Work Transacted Just Before Adjournment In the hurry and bustle of get away day In Congress a few errors slipped In to upset the calculations of theesigning of tho agricultural approprl thatySpeaker of the House of Itepresenta wasscorrected but the question then arose billgVicelPresident Their signatures merely certify that the bill has Ijjassed their netgpassed by the House and Senate For this rea son it is not regarded as being abs o lately indispensable that a bill should officerrof the House All that Is necessary is Ito establish the fact that It has been so passedAnother break was the preside bld11 containing an item appropriating 3000000 for a site for a new d partmental building In Washington This Item had been dropped out of the bill in conference but the enrollment clerks failed to notice the omission and so Included this Item In the copy of the bill laid before the President for his signature When the error vi discovered a resolution was adopted by both houses of Congress repealing the feature of the bill making the 3000000 appropriation It Is not strange that these mi takes occur as all of the employes of both the Senate and House during the last few days of Congress have an enormous amount of work shoved upon them so that when Congress actually adjourns many of them are ready to take to their beds for several days In order to recuperate CANADIAN RECIPROCITY Northern Sister Would Like Such Arrangement But Is Waiting Move by This Country A letter from Ottawa Canada states that the question of reciprocrit- between Canada and the Unite States is by no means deau as wa clearly shown by the recent debate on the Canadian budget In a number o speeches which while they adutitte- that the United States did not appear to care for reciprocity It would if I could be brought about on mutuall advantageous terms oe a good thin for both sides of the line Many o the crown ministers and even Sir WilI frid Laurier himself the premier an described in England as the foremost statesman In the British Empire are favorable to CanadianAmerican re ciprocity If It can be had Sl Richard Cartwrlght minister of trade and commerce said recency that there could be no better British policy than to do everything possible to encourage good relations with the United State- Senator Lougheed the coiiLcrvatlve leader In tho Senate stated that he thought no higher work could be faun by King Edward than to promote the good relations of the two peoples undo bind more closely together the two AngloSaxon nations He knew no happier way of strengthening the bond between the AngloSaxon peoples o the North American Continent that for the King and Queen to visit the shores of North America at the pros ent time If reciprocity Is not visibly to the front today It Is because public opinion In Canada reg rds reciprocity as unattainable and the position of the antireciprocity men who are for the moment supreme as unassailable Hence and for no other reacon reciprocity sentiment Is put on tho shelf until called for again and an ostenta tlouo appearance of Indifference 1Is manifested in Canada which will be stlflly maintained as long as the United States governmenj makes no forward movement that public opinion in the Dominion can accept as sincere and based on a spirit of reasonableness and fair play To those who nro able to read be tween the lines the announcement of the finance minister that the changes to be made In the Canadian tariff when revision takes pace next session must depend upon such new conditions as may have occurred Is obviously meant for the people at Washington who stand In the way of reciprocity and those In London who have blocked a mutual preference between the mother country and Canada It Is n warning and may mean much or little as circumstances conditions dictate F A GROCERY IN CONGRESS REPRESENTATIVE MANN PLAYS SALESMAN AND DRUGGIST TO UNMASK FRAUDS Short Weight and Fraudulent Foods DepartmentarClauseserHonest Dealers Handicapped by Deceptionsre eWben the push food bill was before enthe House of Representatives afew weeks ago intense Interest was dls played by the members of that body byoRepresentative Mann of Illinois Mr Mann had been given a special privilege by the House committee having edtie bill In charge to demonstrate then manner In which the ordinary food V REPRESENTATIVE MANN products of the country are adulter ated and how the consumer Is do frauded The space In front of the speakers desk resembled a small section of a delicatessen store and a corner grocery with cereals Jams Jellies tins of peas tomatoes corn prepared spiels bottles of whiskey amide wine Imported sausages brandlod cherries and other edibles and drink ables scattered over two tables Representative Mann proceeded to demonstrate to the House through these various food products the neces sity for a national pure food laws brtlcondiment pepper which to the lay mind Is considered too cheap for any manufacturer to spend time in minis terating He rend vlrculars from numerous concerns offering for sale a certain grade of adulterant which could be used to produce pepper or almost any other of the spices with some slight modification As lie scat tered n package of this over his desk the members In the vicinity started back In order to avoid the usual sneez ing which follows the Inhalation of a small quantity of pepper But they were reassured by the groceryman that It was not harmful for whllo It was called pepper It was nothing but ground olive pits He convulsed the House when he read the price list ercytheyswere guaranteed to make the finest everyonefmodedthe statement that even the pepper nttapwltiiIa bottle of red cherries These cher drice It was explained were picked green and that after being blenched out white by the use of a powerful acid had been colored the brilliant rred by the use of coal tar lyendeadly poison if used in large quanti ties Representative Mann dipped a piece of white cloth in the Juice of aIcomesfrom a dyers adproduct which Is In most cases adul terated In many Instances the coun terfeit is merely American cotton seed oila wholesome and satisfactory dressing for salad but it costs about thennotncare to purchase n dressing for four times its actual wortb- IlIYELES8 HONEY One of the freak exlblts was n bottle of honey which In order to complete the assurance of the buyer that the article was genuine contained as If by accident the body of a real bee yet the whole mess was pure and simple glucose and lead never been near a hive much less a comb The hive probably was a ten story factor In one of the large cities A bottle of Freezlne was exhibited by Mr Mann who explained that this remarkable article was guaranteed to preserve meat from the action of the air and stop decay While he ad mitted that it would stop the action of nature on month he claimed that the preservative Itself was actually poison ous containing sulphide of soda with red coal tar dye and could not be used safely upon human food The public Is unwittingly defrauded to a great extent through short weight and short measure In package goods explained Mr Mdnn and he insisted that the manufacturers should be compelled to state on the label the quan tity contained In the bottle or carton In line with this was a dramatic demo Rtration when the Chicago pure food expert held up before the House a 1 i s fAr d 9 t1ti 7z t NtnttII I Synopsis of preceding chapters at end of Installment bottle supposed to contain a quart of vinegar which when poured Into a large graduate did not nearly reach the quart murk thereonIn fact was three Inches below It Raisins currants and numerous other articles of food are apparently put up In pound packages and so the buyer considers but In fact few of those on the market really contain a full pound- DEPARTMENT STORE BARGAINS It Is the department stores and moll order houses said the demon strator which make profit from short weight cans anti undersized bottles Ve are seeking to protect the legitimate grocery and the honest canner from men who are willing to make money by depriving the people of things they think they are getting All that we urge Is that an approximate weight or measure may be put upon each one of these packages and then If the public chooses to buy 1rlclItand dealers must not any longer deceive the people as to how much they are buying BREAKFAST FOODS A DELUSION ablybutof Minnesota acted now as grocery man now as druggist and now as bartender there were a dozen or more packages of breakfast foods with their familiar labels A reference to table weights and skillful dropping of pack ages upon a balance scale In front of him enabled Mr Mann to show that In a great many cases the public paid full price for an abnormal amount of pasteboard box In scarce any case did the prepared food weigh twice as munch as the box and In many in stances food tad package were In near ly equal proportion Everybody knew as Mr Maun stated that 25 per cent of all the coffee used in the United States is sold aa u mixture of Java and Mocha He was prepared to show from official FOLLOWED WRINKLED sincefigures that while we used last year more that a billion pounds of coffee and while about 250000000 pounds supposed to be Mocha and Java there were actually Imported Into this country last year only a over 2000000 of Mocha and 10000 000 pounds of Java or approximately less than 13000000 pounds or only 5 per of the popular blend It Is staggering to know 05 per of the people who think they drink Mocha and Java every day have been deceived and yet the facts seem to be rather plain Figures these howorer al though ordinarily Impressive and con vincing did attract so much at tention In the House the members were so absorbed In the prac tical demonstration Of the extent to which fraudulent manufacturers of food products have been willing to go in the way of swindling the Praise New YorkerTo tell the truth are proud of this hotel Chlcagoan Well I cant blame you altogether old man I honestly think myself that Its the finest bctweea Chicago and London 1 1c c13 tT4 tt1Unn p01 v- t CoiayrtShtecL l89By Hamper 5Brotbet3 this CHAPTER XI For a time Sir Nigel was very moody mid downcast with bout brows and eyes the pommel of his saddle Edricson Ford and Terlake rode behind him The four rode alone for archers had passed a curve in the road though AI1 clumpclumpglimpse of the sparkle of steel through the tangle of leafless branches Hide by my side I entreat of you said the knight reining In his stood that they might come abreast of him For since It hath pleased you to follow me to the wars it were well that you should know how you may best serve me I doubt not Terlnke that you will show yourself a worthy son of a valiant fa youEdricsontime house from which nil men know that you are sprung And first 1 would have you bear very steadfastly in mind that our setting forth is by no means for the purpose of gaining spoil or exacting ran Horn though it may well happen that such may come to us also We go to France Inhumhlewin advancement and perchance small share of glory But what is this among tho trees It is a shrine of Our Lady say Torlakc hand a blind beggar who lives by the alms of those who worship there A shrine cried the knight Then let us put up an orison And pulling off his cap and clasping his hands he limited in a shrill voice Bonedictus dominus Dans mews docet manus ineas ad pronlium et digitos moos ad helium A strange figure he seemed to hugehorse baldheadmarked on his hat again and it was taught to me by the noble Chandos youfatherruth upon you seeing that I am myself like one who looks a horn window while his neighbors have the clear crystal Yet by St Paul1 there Is a long stride between the man who hath a horn casement and him who Is walled In on every hand Alas fair sir cried the blind man I have seen the blessed blue of hea vmnUIl AT HIS HEELS LITTLE twoscore and then were fraction pounds cent cent like not because public we upon the some qui putting through not Hash burned the sight out of my head You have been blind to much that is goodly and fair quoth Sir Nigel but you have also been spared much that iis sorry and foul But by St Paul we must on or our Company will think that they have lost their captain somewhat early in the ventjire Throw the man my purse Edricson and let us go bethoughthimt I knlgutbodt which tho beg + nr with many mumbledI blessings thrust away into his wallot spurring his steed the young squire rodo at the top of his speed hl companions and overtook them just a the spot where the trees fringe Into oUordleTheComponythe village but as the knight and his squires closed up upon them they heard followbyfrotheminutebroughti where every man marched with his bear- on his shoulder and a face which agrin with merriment By the side redheadCllbowmanargument and expostulation while close- at his heels followed a little wrinkle- woman l who poured forth a shrill voile thwackfrombetabeating produce lOr trust Aylward said Sir Nigel gravely as he rode up tint this doth not mean that any violence hath been offered to women If such a thing hap suallhnnthat brassartNayAylward answered with a grin it is violence which Is offered to a man He comes from Hordle comoforthhowling ofhNoverlong goodforuaught I will teach myfaithI Whist mother said looking back at her from the tail of his eye I go to France as an archer to give blows and to take them To France quotha cried the old dame Bide here with me and I shall warrant you more blows than you are like to get in France If blows be what you seek you need not go further than Hordle spookstruthI the very home of them What have you to say you clean shaved galleybagserV cried the fiery dame turning upon the archer Can 1 not speak with my own son but you must let your tongue clack A soldier quotha and never a hair on his face I have seen a better soldier with pap for food and swaddlingclothes for harness Stand to it Aylward cried the archers amid a fresh burst of Inughter bigJohnand cannot abide to be thwarted It is kindly and homely to me to hear hoi voice and to ftell that she is behind me But I must leave you now mother fgetbutgownIfI will bring Jiuny a silver penny so goodbye to you anti God have you in his keeping Whipping up the little woman he lifted her lightly to his lips m YIJIIIIIJ2O CLOSE A WOMANIvon this yenta a 1Iln1 taking his place Inloft rnqksii Then after off John years lignin marclipd on with the laughing Com puny That was ever his way she crlAl hihorse tesy He would Jog on his own road for Iirsrheturnhercally crew and must needs traipse off to haltthet be home Yet I have been a good 11dnyout n Doubt not that he will come back to you both safe and prosperous my fair dame quoth Sir Nigel Meanwhile it givenbNay my lord said Alleyne I still remainingThenthem to this ashstanInblessingsofrevlllngsThat ntStoLeonardsand splcarium ground well known both werey1taV uerRF7v r 1 o k n 1j The Breckenridge News r WEDNESDAY JULY 181906 I ADACEI I SAYSAP purse Is a heavy curse r Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER Is the seat of nine I tenths of all dis- easeMs Pillsg- o e4 to the root of thowhole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition 1i Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute Russell Sage is dad of heart trouble v Smith English has returned from the South Miss Grace Ferry was at home from Louisville Sunday V t dlughtertucile Drs J T Owen and A A Simons r lave been sick for several days Mr and Mrs Cert Ryan were in- S city from Tobinsport Monday Jno Allen Murray was at home Inday and Monday from Louisville Miss McCall of Leitchfield is the iest of Rev and Mrs B M Carrie i JU McCann of Rbme Ind was siting John Right his uncle last reek Misa Pattle Doll of Louisville lis he guest of Miss Elnora Lewis at Sdlson Jno D Babbage Sr is at Grayson mngs attending the annnal meeting the Kentucky press Mr and Mrs George Schreiber lie here Wednesday evening en route St Louis from Union Star Jno D Babbage Jr was the gaest cf Miss Fannie Lacy at the English place near Stephenport Wednesday 41Miss Elnora Lewis has returned to her home at Addison after a pleasant Visit to Chicago and Danville Ills Col Rube Rowland has returned to his nome in Paducah after a visit to Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Miss Fannie Lacy who nas been the guest of Mr and Mrs Harvey English near Stephensport fcr four pveekfl returned to her home at 1em roke Friday I Miss Alice Dolittle ot Huntington Va arrived Sunday evening to be the guest of her sister Mrs Claude rlMurray who IB the guest of Mr and Mrs A H Murray Grand Lodge K of P meeting Henderson July 2427 For the occa icon rate of 335 Cloverport to Hen person ana return Tickets on said July 23 2425 Good to return July 27 Miss Emma Gertrude and Maty P ak of Louisville are spending a reek or two at the Chapin Honse They are daughters of Tbo Peak lineman of the Home Telephone Com pany Miss Jean Hosforjl ot Danville Ill who has beenrto Mest of Capt and MrsJ H H a p for two weeks left Friday tor Mi pn where she will spend two 4 eekn betore returning homeCapt and tyre J H Rowland en tertained Thursday at six oclock din ner in honor of their guest Visa Jean Hoaford of Danville Ill Covers were i laid for Misses Jennie Mabel Harris Donald Murray Lula Severs Louise IrtE 0 BabbagZ A 8cmmonsbas been served upon the Cloverport Water Light Ice t Co to answer a charge for failure to take out proper license for the manu ji factnre fit ice It was stated by an i officer of the company that tne mat I ter was being adjuatedand that there V would properly be no litigation i the Owensboro negro whoIt ItBoboto be a snake eater and who travel ed with the West Carnival Is recovering from the snake bite he = received while on exhibition here Bobo was given a bottle of oarbo lie acid by a doctor for external apli cation to the wound He drank the v medicine instead The doctor told him hed never die from the snake bite if the acid didnt kill him The posion had no olfect upon him s Disease takes no summer vacationIf r need flesh and strength us- eScotts l mulsion r summer as in winter l 44A Seed lor free sample DOWNEt ChemUU 409415 Soc StrdmNeew York y Iteldo can James Mattingly is here from Mar abel Texas Mr and Mrs E H Babbage have returned to New York daughterMrsPhiladelphia V Miss Lillian McGavock of Comm bia Tenn was the guest of Mrs Leon McGavock Monday bythethe Methodist cnurch will probably arrive this week Mr and Mrs R E Moorman and daughter Miss Margaret Moorman have gone to Zion Ky to spend the remainder of the summer with rela ti nee The car knockers at the shops are on a strike t or a raise of 25 cents on the day The present rate is 100 All of the men but two went rut- H M Miller of Calpella Cal and brother Warren Miller of Lodibnrg were in the city Tntsday Mr War ren is a home comer and will return to California the first of Septemb- trIRVINGTON Mis James Boone and daughter of Hillsboro Texas Mrs R S Skillman of Stephensport sad Mr T H Ditto and family of Brandenburg spent sev eral days of lost week the guests of Mr antI Mrs F H McGhee Mr and Mrs Josh Ilurkle of Mem pills Tenn are visitors of Mr anJ Mrs John Nevitt Miss Minnie Alford of Louisville spent Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs C C Smith Mrs Constance and cousin Miss Mag gie Sweitzer of Louisville came down last Thursday to spend a few days the guests of Mr and Mrs D C Heron Mis Constance returned home Sat urdayMrs Bruiagton of California is the I guest of Misses Maggie and Julia Green woodMr Lewis Moorman of Tampa Fla arrived Sunday to be the guest of Miss Willie Drury for ten days Miss Lou Newman of Sumit Ky is spending a few days with the Misses SchindlerThe of the Lake Algonac party arrived Saturday from their ten days outing very much delighted with the trip Those who composed the party were Misses B Ada Drury Willie Drurv Lucile Cunningham Claire Jolly and Mr Joe Piggott Mrs Charlie Beard and children of Hardinsburg spent Saturday and Sun day with Mrs Nora Board The many friends are grieved to learn of the sudden death of Mrs Will Sim mons who died at the home of her father in law last Tuesday of appeude citis The funeral services were conducted by Rev Thompson and the burial was in the Sandy Hill cemetery Thursdayfrombeen for the past year with her daugh ter Mrs R N Miller Miss Blanche Claycomb returned to Louisville Monday after spending two weeks among her friends and relatives here and at Basin Spring The ladies of the Baptist church will give an ice cream supper in the Marshall vacation house just opposite the Methodist church on Friday evening July 27 Everyboby is invited to come Mrs A B Coleman left Saturday for a lengthy visit to her mother at La Ionia Ind Mrs James Lewis returned to her home In Brandenburg last Saturday Master Philip Dempster spent last week with his grandparents at Glen deane News reaches the many friends of tbe sudden death of Mr Joe Asbcraft who was formally of this county but at the time of his death he was a resident of Oklahoma He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss Miss Lillie McGlothlan left Friday for Henderson where she will be the guest of her sisterMrs H W Herndon Mri Nannie Wathen returned Satur day from a fwo months visit to relatives at Springfield Indianapolis and LouisvilleDr Helm and wife of Lexing ton and Mr and Mrs Abb Newman of Cairo Ill have returned to their homes after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Mrs Forest Stith of Guston spent several days last week the guest of Mrs W E Browu HARDINSBURG County court last Monday Dr fc3 F Day was the guest of rel atives at Falls of Rough Saturday Mrs W B Lennon and children have returned home from a visit to relatives at Stephensport- The Rev Everett English filled bis regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday The HonScott Proctor and daughter of Leitchfield were guests at the Ahl Hotel several days of last week Ten prospective teachers took the examination held here Friday and SaturdayEd Beard arrived trom Louis yule Saturday to spend a two weeks vacation here with his family who pro the gnests of Mr and Mrs William BeardFranklin Kincheloe was a visitor in Louisville several days of last week Sheriff Milt Miller who has been sick ror the past two weeks is im provingJ Moore spent several days of last week at MoDaniels visiting his parents Editor Pile and wife left Monday for Grayson Springs to attend the State meeting of Kentucky editors John Squires has purchased the Sherman property on 4th street The ooasideiation was 1000 Among those who attended services at Kingswood Sunday were Misses Rose Lou Ditto Margaret Baker and Lelia MoUary and Messrs Cyrus Miller C P Edmunds and E F DayMisses Hannah Beard and Mary F tieard are visiting Miss Esther Payne at Htephensport Miss Hannah Beard IB one ofthe contestants foi the trip to I Jt1 Nasal CATARRHSq In all tti stager C1 Elys Cream Balm4cleameee- ootheeandheal the diseased membraneyo Itcnn catarrh and drlre away a cold in the head t91a quicklyCream Balm Ili placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and is absorbed Relief li Immediate and cure follows It IB not drying doe not produce sneezing Large Size BO cents at Drug gilt or by null Trial Size 10 cent ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New York Niagara Falls BOll Toronto The members otthe Baptist congre gation baVE purchased a tine new or gan for their church Amos Board and W S Ball were in ijinisvillo several days of last week Mr and Mr Marvin U Beard are at French Lick Ind Mr and Mr Frau Teaff of Web 8t3r are the guests ot Mt and Mrj Joseph Teaff Mr Frank Stiff Mooleyville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Robert Matt Ingly Monday Mrs Charles jL Board is visiting relatives at Irvington The will of the late Georje TV McCoy was probated in the county court Monday- H G Vessells of Mooleyville was in town Monday on business before the county court Ibe big Masonic Picnic Aug next is all the talk here now David Pullen Jr and Roy Parsons of the Mook neighborhood were in town Monday on a business tri- pLODIBUIWo Lttle Owen Intant son of Mr and Mrs Daniel Haynes died July 20 Aged one month and four days The tine rain that fell Friday mcrht was a great help to corn and pastures Jim Watnington viitited his daugh ter Mrs Charlie Tayno and attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday Rev J J Willett tilled his regular appointment at Walnut Trove Sunday ana preached to a large congregation I C Barrel has sold his store and property at this place to Flake Atei The P O is also going to cnange hands On Tuesday morning July 3 Moses Winfield Hardin more commonly call ed Dicki died at his home near here He was 54 years of age and had paralysIstorparalysis about two weeks before he died which effected his right side and rendered him helpless and his speech was unintelligible He united with the Walnut Grove Baptist church u few years ago and has been a consistent member and get to be a daily bible reader He had often wished when tbe time come for mm to die that be could die on the Fourth of Julv Ho was buried on the Fourth in the family burial grounds a beantitul spot on a knoll enclosed by cedars He leaves three sisters two brotheis and a son to mourn their loss HAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YEARS ChllTonIc ItIscure no pay 50c GARFIELD ard Mrs Tom Triplett of Bew IMr are visiting relatives here BewleyvilleisHawkins Smith and family visited relatives at Irvington Sunday Milt Rollins and baby girl of Owens boro are guests at Tom Grays Miss Blanche Whitwo tho who has been visiting in Lebanon for some time is home again Barrel Bell of Allen Texas is a guest of relatives hee littledaughterfor a few days visitinghergolromand will be gone about a month Rev Howard a Baptist minister from Kingswood preaches at Lost Run ev SundayI leaves sometime visit to relatives in Davicss county regArdless from Custer was the heavy weight and there were so ninny worthy contestants for the barrel of salt it has not been fully decided yet who will get it but public opinion has it that Tout Gregory Sr has it wo- nBEWLEYVILLE Fletcher Blauford is home for his va ca lon Miss Annie Payne is vis iting in Har dintiburg Miss Zelma Strother is visiting Mrs C D Hardaway Rev R H Roe and family spent a few days in this community last week Miss Clara Jordan of Louisville is at home for a weeks vacation Mrs Moses Bennett and daughter are visiting Mr Alonzo Bennett Lillie and Lamar Paul of Louisville are spending the summer with their grandparents Louis Edwin and Claire Jolly and Lucille Cunningham spent Sunday with Blanche Jolly Murray Blanford is home after ten mouths in Bowling Green school Miss Marion Lee Cain of Indian apolis is spending this week with Mrs E L Henderson Miss Margaret SveUzer of Louisville is visiting Mrs D C Heron Miss lievio Cain returned home last week after a months visit to friends and relatives in Indiana Mrs James Severs and daughter Blanche of Union Star spent several days with Mrs T J Jolly The W F M S will hold their dis trict meeting at this place in the near future Further notice will be given and we hope to have a good delegation from all over the district ii 5Y o1fi fIim DR TAYLOR J Representing TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO V 1 WJII be In Cloverport on the r 12th 13th and 14th ot eachii month Dr LIghtfoots office f I j thejl hi yi month Dr Klnclieloes office J i raoe BAKING 1I POWDER W u m Whats the use to pay 50 and BakingPowder v 1 some Cream of Tartar PowderIcan be had of us at I 30 cents a Pound Try us when youII mJtrun out I SEVERS DRUG CO Ic I Warvtsl Advertisements Inserted under this bead atone cent a word per week FOR SALEThree splendid mUck cows workhorsesFOR SALE Farms Adklsson Bros Cloverport K- yWANTEDFour first class yearland mare Beard Hardinsburg Ky WANTEDGentleman or lady with good rlKtor07200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly nnd expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky- FOR SALEA tuition certificate In the Green Business College Breck enrldge News FOR SALE Four room cottage with cellar sale cheap Alvin Simmons Clover port Ky- FOR SALEIOO acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 18 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Truce 11500 cash For further particulars wrlto the Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky- tJANTRD To trade frulttrees for lumber call on Jno D Babbuge Clo verport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machlnef Also new and secondhand Gus and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE Slt Srd Street Louisville K- yCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nip lit Rates 1100 per duy STEPHENSPORT Mort Skillman of Washington U 0 is visiting his brother R S Skill manMies Mand Gilbert has typhoid feverThe Misses Hannah and Judith Beard and Mary Franklin Beard of Hardinsbnrg are visiting Miss Esther PayneMr and Mrs Rhodes of Branden burg were guests of their daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt Sunday Master Henry Nevitt has returned home from Brandenburg Miss Mary uonise Courtney of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs M L Roberts Boys MoKangbn and family have moved back from Uniontown Jesse Bullock left Sunday with Prices Water Queen to post bills Miss Florence Claycomb has return ed to her home in Owensboro atter a pleasant visit with ner cousin Mias Ida Jnrrett Mrs li S Sit illman visited in Hardinsburg last week Mrs Bcbopps father Mr Blitz or Louisville is here this week Geo McCnbbins is having his residence painted Lr Nevitt was called to Jame Tinins Saturday to set a broken urn of his little son Tneri has been a great deal of sick ness in this neighborhood for the pas t few weeks There were 180 people who crossed over to Rome Saturday night to tee Prices slow When you want a pleasant laxative that is easy to take and certain to act use Chamerlains Stomach and LI tablets For sale by Severs Drug Co Cloverport CsfulctiL ls- Li i b r MEET ME AT NOLTES I I iLook at Your Feet 3 DO YOUR ISHOESneed a I wee bit tired of the old ones IIW We have varieties enough to please all Canvas Oxfords and High Cut 1IrJ i1 11- r Leather and Gun fletal Shoes if youII I 1 m j Bring prefer themII t I IJ C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky J i To ConvinceYou quality of CADICKSGOLD FLOUR 1 The most thoroughly convincing argu mtnt will be for you to try a sack youfailbrands of Flour on the market Our are the best end we use orf1yphcebses grade of wheat MAKERSCadickInd t P X TE carefully safeguard the interests of our customers More over we freqnntly do it un fm1 confidential ways jjjW LET US HAVE m mYOUR BUSINESS rrAllJ business entrusted to Illus will receive prompt and W iicareful attention Highest H of interest paid on time fj iJiJrate f INSURED AOA I X S T I 1 iIi I pWJ t m pmI 1 n I Bank of Cloverport Clowport Ky flmi1 Forest Beauchamp quite Jake Miller Lonnie Varble children visiting relatives Miss Roberts been visiting relatives several weeks returned IJames Whitesboro moved liver Flynu children sirrsSrKrRKKR trKrRRrs tsttt- sINOI Waiting Here ff- X I Just tell how much I lumber you need We i have all kinds Framing material SandS choice Poplar and Walnut ready for you Thats the thing able quick I before Let have your order today Your House Barn Stable may need xii- J REMEMBER USxSeaton Weatherholt i I Cloverport Ky j 7lttRitiitRwAi1AititflitAitilltlaA I J o = TELEPHONE GROWTHyi The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has issued jincreasefollowsjj Number subscribers June 1906 154828 jjrNumber added during month 5845ri 2T87i 1056G1 y Net increase M Md4rr rI HSYTIC who has been sick some time is able to out Is sick this week Effa who has has to Mattoon Ill Wilhite and fatally of Tenn have here Airs J C and of O PtIt us jj of 5 5 S x is un fl to get so W J t us S J j or J t re t I I Iit4A0 W W W Il M 1st oi r for be and are S g 2 5 ft Louisville were guests nt B F Harri sons several days last week Carlton Dntschke and family of Louisville have been visiting rela fives in the Loaibnrg vicinity An infant of Dan Haynes of Lodi burg died last Friday afternoon Poplar Grove school will begin JulyJ30 with Miss Nora Harrison as teach er Mr and Mrs Crit Bennett of Sam pie visited Taylor Weedman aud wife of Lodiburg Sunday B He Beanubainp visitedI atI I11rs last week To Cure a Cold in One Day la Cures Two Crip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets g PH Jonevery 25cSeven MBfioa boxes sold In past 13 months TfclS signature = S f I L s t fYI 1 Ueaullcu At early dawn they passed across tho broad sluggish reedgirt and baggage la the flat- aferrmbarhorses so journeyed on through tho fresh morning air punt Ex bury to Lepe Topping the heathy down T they came of a sudden full in sight of told seaport Some way out from the town a line of pcssoncrs creyers and other small craft were rolling lazily ton the gentle swell Further out still lay a great merchant ship htgh ended deep- it walsted painted of a canary yellow and towering above the fishing boats like a swan among ducklings By St Paul paid the knight our good merchant of Southampton hath not played us false for methinks I can sour ship down yonder lie sell that idw would be of great size and of a yellow shadeBy 217 hilt yes muttered Aylward she Is yellow ns u kites claw and would entry as many men us there are pips in a pomegranateIt remarked Terlake for methinks my fair lone that we are not the only ones who are waiting a passage to Gascony Mine eye catches at times a plash and sparkle from among yonder houses which assuredly never came from sbipmaua jacket or the gaberdine of a burgherI also seo it said Alleyne shad- Ing his eyes with his hand And I can see menatarms in yonder boats which ply butwlst the viwxel und the shore But methinks that we are very welcouio here for already they conic forth to meet un A tumultuous crowd of fishermen citi tens and women had in l od swarmed out from the northern gate approached them up the side of the moor waving their build ami duu lug with joy tus though a great fear had been rolled back from their minds At their head rode a Very large and solemn man with a long chin and drooping lip He wore a fur tippet round his neck and a heavy gold chain over it with a medallion which dan left in front of him Welcome moat puissant and noble lord I he cried dotting his bonnet You SPA in me the mayor and chief magistrate of the ancient and powerful town of Lope I bid you very heartily welcome and the more so as you are come nt a moment when we are sore put to it for defend Ho I cried Sir Nigel pricking up hears Yen my lord for the town being very iincivnt andI the walls as old as th town it follows that they are very ancient too Uut there Is a certain vllllauuiis and lilmxl thirsty Norman pirate knight Tftenoire who with a Cenoan called Tito Parade commonly known as Simileboard hath lain a mighty scourge upon these rousts Indeed my lord they are very cruel antI blackhearted men graceless and ruthless They have ouio in two grout Ktilltyx with two banks of oars on either aide and greet store of engines of war and of men at nrms At WeyinoutU and at Portland they have murdered and ravished Yesterday morning they were nt Cowes and we saw the smoke from the burning crofts Today they lie at their ease near Freshwater and we frir true mart they come upon us mud do us a win chief Ve cannot tarry said Sir Nigel riding toward the town with the mayor upon his left side the Prince awaits us at Bordeaux and we may nut be behind the general muster Yet I will proms you that on our way we shall find time to paw Freshwater and to prevail upon time rovers to leave you in peace We are much beholden to you tiled the mayor But I cannot see my lord how without a warship you may venture against thom men With your archers however you aright toll hold the town and do them great scath if tb y attempt to land There is a very proper cog out you ier said Sir Nigel it would IH a very strange thing if any ship wore lit arsliip when it had such men as tit qrJll her decks Certes we slain do as I say nnd that no later than this vry day My lord said a rouidihnired dark faced man who walked by the knights other stirrup with his load sloI1I to catch all that ho was saying by your leave I have no doubt that you are stilled lo land fighting and the marshalling of laule but by my soul I you will lied iit another thing upon the sea I am masiT tliiptnnn of this yellow cog and my warm ie tioodwin Ilawtnytie I have saiKnl mince 1 was as high as this staff and I I have fought against these Normans rat against the jeunese as well as the Scotch the Hretons the Spanish ammo tho Moors I tell you sir that my ship 1U over light and over fruil for such work and it will but end in our having our throats cut or being sold as slaves to the Barbary heathen 1 also have experienced one or two gentle and honorable ventures upon thi em quoth Sir Nigel and I am right blithe to have so fair a task before us I think good master shipman that you and I may win great honor in this matter and I can see very readily that you ar+ a brave and stout man I like it not said the other shin dily In Gods name I like it not And yet Goodwin llawtayne is not the man to stand back when his fellows are for pressing forward By my soul l be it sink or nwiui I shall turn her beak into Freshwater flay and Iif good Master Witherton of Southampton like not my handling of hit shut then he may find another master The throng moved on until nt the very gate it was brought to a stand by n wondroimly stout man who came darting forth from the town with rage in every feature of his rubicund face flow now Sir Mayor hn roared in n voice like u hull now now Sit Mayor How of the clams and the scallops tony our Lady my sweet Sir Oliver cried the mayor I have hud so much to think of with these wicked villinns so close upon us that it had quite gone out of my head Nay Sir Oliver Sir Oliver cried Sir Nigel1 laughing Let your anger be appeased since instead of this dish you come upon an old friend and comrade By St Martin of Tours I shouted the fat knight his wrath all changed In an Instant to joy if it is not my dear little game rooster of the Garonne Ah my sweet coz I am right glad to see you What days we have seen together The clams and scallops shall be ready within the hour the mayor answered I had asked Sir Oliver Buttesthorn to do my humble board the honor to partake at It of the dainty upon which we take some little pride but in sooth this alarm of pirates bath cast such a shadow on my wits that I am like one distrait But I trust Sir Nigel that you will tso parr take of none meat with meI I have overmuch to do Sir Nigel answp d for we must be aboard horse and man as early as we may How many do you muster Sir Oliver Three andorty Three anti forty I shall have work for every mnn of them ere the sun set It Is my Intention If it seems good to you tot these Norman andtry a venture against jenoese rovers CHAPTER Xii Leaving the lusty knight and the Mayor of Lepe Sir Nigel led the Comnany Mrnicht down to the waters edce where long lines of flat lighters swiftly bore theta to their vessel Horse after horse was slung by maIn force up from the barges and after kicking and plunging In empt nit wa drronneel It the deco 91dst of thee yellowcog where rows JMtfe keeping o 4If o Englishmen in those days were skilled and prompt in such matters for It was not long betnru that Edward had embarked as many as fifty thousand men in the port of Orwell with their horses and their baggage all in the space of four aud tweuty hours So urgent was Sir Nigel ou the shore and so prompt was Goodwin llawtayne on the cog that Sir Oliver Buttesthorn had scarce swallowed his last scallop ere the peal of trumpet and clang of uaker announced that all aas ready and the anchor drawn In thelast boat which left the shore the two cow wanders sat together in the sheets a strange contrast to one another while under the feet of the rowers was a litter of huge stones which Sir Nigel hat ordered to be carried to the cog Thess once aboard the ship set her broad mainsail the breeze blew the sails bellied over heeled the portly vessel nnd away sill plunged through the smooth blue rollersBy St Paul said Sir Nigel gayly m he stood upon the poop and looked on either side of him it is a land which livery il well worth fighting for d it were pity to go to France for what may be had at home You may bring my harness from below he continued to his squires and nlso I pray youbring up Sir Olivers and we shall don it here Ye may then see to your own gear for this day you will I hope make a very honorable entrance into the field of chivalry and prove yourselves to be very worthy and valiant squires And now Sir Oliver as to our dispositions would it please you that I should order them or will you I You my cockerel you I By Our Lady I am no chicken but I cannot claim to know as much of war as the squire of Sir Walter Manny Settle the matter to your own liking You shall fly your pennon upon the foiepart then mill I upon the poop For for eguard I shall give you your own forty men with twoscore archers Two score men with my own menatarms and squires will serve as a poopguard Ten archers with thirty shipmen under tho master stay hold the waist while ten lie aloft with stones and arbalests Meanwhile there had been bustle and preparation in all parts of the great wes set The archers stood in groups about the decks newstringing their bows and testing that they were firm at the nocks Among them moved Aylward and other of the older soldiers with a few whispered words of precept und of warning there Stand to it my hearts of gold 1 said the old bowman as hc passed from knot to knot By my hilt I we are in luck this journey But it is time that we took our order for methinks that between th Needle rocks and the Alum cliffs yonder I can catch u glimpse of the topmasts of the galleys Ilewett Cook Johnson Cunningham your men are of the poOl guard Thornbury WaltersI Hackctt- taddlesmereH you are with Sir Oliver on the forecastle Simon you bide with your lords banner but ten men must go forward Quietly and promptly the men took their places lying flat upon their faces on the deck for such was Sir Nigels order Near the prow was planted Sir Olivers spear with his armsn hours head gulis upon n field of gold Close by the stern stood Black fIt Simon L with the pennon of I JOIN THE ARM BACK the house of Loring In the waist gathered I the Southampton mariners hairy and burly men with their jerkins thrown off their waists braced tight swords mallets and poleaxes in their hands Their leader Goodwin llawtayne stood upon the poop and talked with Sir Nigel casting his eye up sometimes at the swelling sail and then glancing back at the two seamen who held the tiller Pass the word said Sir Nigel that no man shall stand to arms or draw his bowstring until my trumpeter shall sound It would be well that we should seem to be a merchantship from South ampton and appear to flee from them We shall see them anon said the mnstershipman Ha said I not po There they lie the watersnakes in Freshwater Bay and mark the reek of smoke from yonder point where they have been at their devils work See how their shallops pull from the land 1 They have seen us and called their men aboard Now they draw upon the anchor SeeI them like ants upon tho forecastle They stoop and heave like handy ship men But my fair lord these are no niefs I doubt but we have taken In haul more than we can do Each of these ships is a galeas nnd of the largest and swiftest make- I would had your eyes said Sir Nigel blinking at the pirate galleys They seem very gallant ships and I trust that we shall have much pleasance from our meeting with them It would be well to pass the word that we should neither give or take quarter this day The yellow cog had now shot out from the narrow waters of the Solent nnd was plunging and rolling on the long heave of the open channel The wind blew freshly from the east with a very keen edge to it and the great sail bellied roundly out laying the vessel over until the water hissed beneath her lee Broad i j she floun dered from wave to wave dipping her round bows deep into the blue rollers and sending the white flakes of foam in a spatter over her decks On her hr board quarter lay the two dark galleys which had already hoisted sail and were shooting out from Freshwater Bay in swift pursuit their double line of oars giving them a vantage which could not fail to bring them up with any vessel which trusted to sails alone High and bluff the English cog long black and swift the pirate galleys like two fierce lean wolves which have seen a lordly and unsuspecting stag walk past their lairShall we turn my fair lord or shall mastersblpmanlookln eyesNaypart of the helpless merchant But your pennons They will see that we have two knights with us knichtshonorTAt thorn be and thov will think that we are a wine shin Jar Gascony or that we hear the Wool halAQ of sotnc mercer of the Staple Ma foiltbut they are very swlftl hPf swoop wpoapq like fyffl i rII 1 goshawks on a heron Is there not some symbol or device upon their sails tThat on the right said Kdrlcson appears to have tho head of an l thiop upon it lis the badge of Tctenoire the Norman cried a seaman mariuer 1 have seen it before when ho harried us ar Winchelsca lie is a wondrous large and strong man with no ruth for man woman or beast They say that he hath tub strength of six undo certes he hath the crimes of six upon his soul liv 81 Imtl 1 said Sir Nigel what Is that upon the other galley It is the red cross of Genoa This Spadebeard is a very noted captain and it is his boast that there are no seamen and no archers in the world who can compare with those who serve the Doge Boccuncgra That we shall prove said Goodwin Ilnwtaync They will lay us aboard on either quarter my lord cried the master See how they stretch out from each other 1 The Norman hath n mangonel or n trabuch upon the forecastle See they bend to the leversI They are about to loose itAylward cried tho knight pick your three trustiest archers and see if you cannot do something to hinder their aim Methinks they are within long arrow flightSeventeen score paces said the archer running his eye backward and forward i y my ten fingerbones I it would be n strange thing if wo could not notch a mark at that distance Here Watkin of Sowley Arnold Long Williams let us show the rogues that they have English bowmen to deal with The three archers named stood at tin further end of the poop balancing themselves with feet widely spread and bows drawn until the heads of tho clothyard arrows were level with tho centre of tin stave You are the surer Watkins said standing by them with shaft upon string Do you take the rogue with the red coif You two brlni down the man with time headpiece and will hold myself ready If you miss II foill they are about to loose her Shoot mes garcons or you will be too late The throng of pirates had cleared away from the great wooden catapult leaving two of their number to discharge t- One In a scarlet cap bent over it steady lug the jagged rock which was balanced on the spoonshaped end of the long wooden lever 1ho other held the loop of the rope which would release the catch and send the un wieldly missile hurtling through the air So for an instant they stood show lug hard nnd clear against the white sail behind them The next redcap had fallen across the stone with an arrow between Ills ribs and the other struck in the 1 rg and in the throat was writhing and splut tering upon the ground As he toppled backward he had loosed the spring and the huge beam of wood round with tremendous force cast the corpse of his comrade so close to the English ship that its mangled anti distorted limbs grazed her very stern As to the stone it glanced off obliquely and fell midway between the vessels A roar of cheering and of laughter broke from the rough archers nnd seamen at the sight answered J JINt I HOUDLK FORCED HtGE PIRATES SLOWLY I I bulwarks ungainly Aylward swinging by a yell of rage from their pursuers Lie low cried Aylward motioning with his left hand They will learn wisdom lhey are bringing forward shield and mantlet We shall have some pebbles about our ears ere long The three vessels had been sweeping swiftly westward the cog still well to the front although the galleys were drawing in upon either quarter To the left was n hard skyline unbroken by a sail Alleyne stood by the tiller looking backwards the fresh wind full in his teethWhat was that he asked as n hissing sharpdrawn voice seemed to whisper in his ear The steersman smiled and shortheavyin the boards At the same instant tin man tumbled forward upon his knees anti lay lifeless upon the deck the blood stained feather of a second holt jutting out from his back As Alleyne stooped to raise him the air seemed to he alive with the sharp zipzipof the belts and ho could hear them puttering ou the deck like nipples nt u treeshaking Keep them In play Aylward with ten of your men said Sir Nigel And let ten of Sir Olivers bowmen do as much for the Genoese I have no mind an yet to show them how much they lave to fear from us The imiRtcrHlilpimm looted at tbe knight with a troubled face They keep their distance from us said he Our archery is overgood and they will not close I think I may trick them the knight answered cheerfully and passed his order to the archers Instantly five of theta threw up their hands and fell prostrate upon the deck They still hold aloof cried Haw tayne Then down with two more shouted their leader That will do Ma foil but they come to our lure like chicks to the fowler To your arms men As he spoke n roar of voices and a roll of drums came from either galley and the water was lashed Into spray by the hurried beat of n hundred oars Down the pirates swooped In heavy clusters they hunt upon the forecastle all ready for a spring faces white faces brown faces yellow and feces black fair Norsemen swarthy Italians fierce rovers from the Levant and fierv Moors from the Barbary State of nil lines and countries and marked solely by the common stamp of a wild beast ferocity Rasping up on either with oars trailing to save them from snnnplnp they noured In n living torrent with horrid yell and ulirlll whoop upon the mercnnntman But wilder yet was the cry and shriller still the scream when there rose tin from the shadow of the roes silent bulwarks time long lines of the Eneltoh bowmen and the arrows whizzed In n deadly sleet among the unprepared masses upon the pirate cheeks One moment Alleyne saw the galleys poop crowed with rufhtrix figures wftvituc ante exultantJ anrtk i xt It was a bloodsmeared shambles with bodies piled three deep upon each other the living cowering behind the dead ito shelter themselves from that sudden stormblase ot death On either side tho seamen whom Sir Nigel had chosen for the purpose had case their anchors over the Blues of the galleys yore and att me archers hud cleared the galleys decks but from either side the rovers had poured down into the waist where the seamen and bowmen were pushed back and so mingled with their toes that it was impossible for their comrades above to draw string to help them It was a wild chaos where axe anil sword rose and fell while Knglishmeu Norman and Italian staggered and reeied on a deck which was cumbered with bodies and slippery witu uiuou The giant Tetenolre towering tofoott swinging a huge mace with which he opposehimdwarf in height but of great breadth of shoulder and length of arm had c a road almost to the mast with three score Genoese incuatarins close at his heelsBut OliverDuttesthoruswarmed down from the forecastle while Sir Nigel with his three squires Black Simon Aylward Ilordle John and u score more sprang down from the poop and hurled themselves into the thickest of the tight Alleyne as in duty bound presseforwardheard of Sir Nigels prowess and skill with all knightly weapons but all the tales that had reached his ears fell far short of the real quickness and coolness of the man It was as if the devil was III him for he sprang here and sprang there now thrusting and now cutting catching blows on his shield turning them with his blade stooping under the swing of an axe springing over the sweep ofia sword so swift and so erratic that the man who braced himself for a blow nt him might find him six paces off ere he could bring it down Three pirates hud fallen before him and be had wounded Spadebeard In the neck when the Nor man giant sprang at him from the side with a slashing blow from his deadly mace Sir Nigel stooped to avoid it and at the same instant turned a thrust frc i the Genoese swordsman but his foot slipping in a pool of blood he fell heavily to the deck Alleyne sprang in trout of the Norman but his sword was shuttered nnd he himself beaten to the deck by a weaponI uporhiswas in the hands of it stronger Ulan than himself Then came in truth a battle of giants such ns is seldom witnessed Fiercely the Norman strove to dlsengage his weapon cursing angrily in French nt being thwarted by such nn conic for antagonist lint Hordle John witha bulls bellow bending his great muscles to the unwonted task forced the huge pirates sword arm slowly down and back ward Terribly the Norman struggled hurling his whole weight against his opponent in an endeavor to break the vice like grip which held him Back and forth they flung and surged until with n quick movement ordlo John put forth a fierce effort twisting and forcing farther back the Normans arm until with a sharp crack like n breaking stave it turned limp in his grasp and the mace dropped from the nerveless fingers In vain he tried to pluck it with the other hand Back and back still the Saxon bent him until with nrour of pain nnd of fury the giant clanged his full length upon the boards while the glimmer of n knife before the bars of his helmet warned him that short would be his shrift if he mowed Cowed and disheartened by the loss of their leader tie Normans had given back and were now streaming over the bulwarks on to their own galley dropping a dozen at a time on to her deck But tie fight had taken a new and a strange turn upon the other side Spade beard and his men had given slowly back march pressed by Sir Nigel Aylward Black Simon nnd the poopguard Foot by foot the Italian had retreated his armor running blood at every joint his shield split his crest shorn his voice fallen away to a mere gasping and croak ing Yet he faced his foemen with dauntless courage dashing in springing back surefooted steadyhanded with a shimmering point which seemed to menace three at once Beaten buck on to time leek of his own vessel and closely fol owed by a dozen Englishmen he dis engaged himself from them ran swiftly down the deck sprang back into the cog once more cut the rope which held the anchor and was back in an instant among hit crossbow men At the same time the Genoese sailors thrust with their oars against the side of the cog and a rapidly widening rift appeared between the two vesselsBy St George I cried Ford we are rut off from Sir Nigel lie is lost gasped Terlake Come let us spring for it The two youths jumped with all their strength to reach the departing galley Fords feet reached the edge of the bulwarks anti his hand clutching a rope he swung himself on- board Terlake fell short crashed in among the oars nnd bounded off into the tea Alleyne staggering to the side was about to hurl himself after him but Hordle Johns heavy hand dragged him muck by the girdle The vessels were indeed so far apart now that thin Genoese could use the full weep of their oars und draw away rapidly from the cog Look Look I but it Is n noble fight shouted big John clapping his hands They have cleared the poop and they spring Into the walt Well struck my Irrd I Well struck Aylward I See too lack Simon how he storms among the shipmen I But this Spadebeard is a gallant warrior iJy Heaven Sir Nigel Is down 1 cried the squire Up roared John It was but a feint lie bears him back He drives him to the side Ah by Our Lady Tils word is through him 1 The depth of the Genoese leader did indeed bring the resistance to an end Amid a thunder of cheering from cog and from galleys the forked pennon fluttered upon the forecastle and the galley sweep ing round came slowly back The two knights had come aboard tho cog the shipman walked the deck n peaceful mastermariner once more There is sad scath done to the cogs Sir Nigel said he Here Is a hole In the side of two ells across the sail split through the center and the wood as bares pollBy It would he a very sorry king If wo suffered you to be the worse for this days work said Sir Nigel But how fares It with you Edricson It is nothing my fair lord said Alleyne who had now loosened his basset which was cracked across by the Normans blow Even as he spoke how ever iris head swirled round and he fell to the deck with the blood gushing from his nose and mouth ITo will come to anon said the knight stooping over him and rmsslng his furors through his hair I have lost one very valiant and gentle squire this tiny ITow many men have fallen I have nicked off the tiUly said AylwArd There are seven of the Win ulre7oJ i 1 And of the others They are all dead save the Norman knight who stands behind you What would you that we should do with him i Ho must hang on his own yard said Sir Nigel It was my vow and must be done How Sir Knight he cried in broken English What do you sayto hang the hangItNigel shortly From what 1 hear you thought littlt enough of hanging others Peasants base roturiers I cried the other It is their fitting death But to hongIhe Seigneur Andclys a mar with the blood of kings in his veinsit is incredible Sir nigel turned upon liT heel whorl two seamen cast a noose over the pirates neck At the touch of the cord he snapped the bonds which bound him dashed one of the archers to the deck and seizing the other round the waist sprang with him into the sea By my hilt he is gone I cried Ayl1 ward rushing to the side They hay sunk together like a stone- I am right glad of it answered Sir Nigel for though it was against my vow to loose him I deem that he has carried himself like a very gentle ami uebonnaire cavalier It was on the morning of Friday tho clghtandtwentieth day of November two days before tho feast of St Andrew that the cog and her two prisoners after running before a northeasterly wind and a weary tacking Up the Glronde and the Gnronue dropped anchor at last in front of the noble city of Bordeaux With wonder and admiration Alleyne leaning over the bulwarks gazed at the forest of musts till swarm of boats darting hither nnd thither on the bosom of the broad curving stream und the gray crescent shaped city which stretched with many a tower and minaret along the western shore Never had he in his quiet life seen so great a town nor was there in the whole of England save London alone one which might match It in size or in wealthI trust Aylward said Sir Nigel coming upon deck that the men are ready for the Innd Go tell them that the boats will be for them within the hour The archer raised his hand in salute nnd hastened forward In the meantime Sir Oliver laid followed his brother knight and the two paced the poop to getherOnce Nigellookingeyesdohonor the door which hath so often led worthyTherewould be well that we haste ashore and part our obeisance to him horses both of knights and squires were speedily lowered into a broad lighter and reached the shore almost as soon as their masters Sir Nigel bent his knee devoutly as he put foot on land mind taking a small black patch from his bosom he bound it tightly over his left eye May the blessed George and the mom ory of my sweet ladylove raise high in my heart I quoth he And as a token- I vow that I will not take this patch from mine eye until I have seen something of this country of Spain and done such a small deed as it lies in me to do And this I swear upon the cross of my sword ladyWar upon so many fair cities around had brought nought but good to this one As her French sisters decayed she increased for here from north and from east and from south came time plunder to be sold and spentIn abbey of St Andrews was a large square with priests soldiers women friars and burghers who made it their common center for sightseeing and gossip Amid the knots of noisy and gesticulating townsfolk many small parties of mounted knights and squires threaded their way toward the princes quarters where time huge ironclamped doors were thrown back to show that he held audience withinThe two knights were deep In talk when Allevne became aware of a remarkable individual who was walking round the room in their direction As he passed each knot of cavaliers every head turned to look after him and It was evi dent from the bows and respectful salu Holmes next he was by the The of Four tations on all sides that the interest which he excited was not duo merely tjV J his strango personal appearance Ito was tall and as straight as a lanco though of a great age for his hair whoa o fi curled from under his black velvet capiiof maintenance was as white as the newv fallen snow Yet from the swing of hia 3 stride and spring of his step it was clear that he had not yet lost the fire and f hawklike i J kmustachek I might bo easily judged from his blgbii tfenturcst fitheJ from the socket that there was little t youngknightfairest as well as the boldest of tin English chivalry Cuaudos the stainless knight the wise councillor the valiant warriorHa my little heart of gold I he Brie i throwinghis v you were here and have been seeking you My fair anti dear lord said thj knight returning the warriors embrace I have Indeed come back to for where else shall I go that I maylearn to knightBy with a smile it Iis very fitting that we should be companions Nigel for since you have tied up one of your eyes ant I have had the mischance to lose one of mine we SirOliverlI nnd I saw you not So saying he led the way to the Inner chamber the two companions treading close at his heels and nodding to right familiarfacesTo be Continued Nut Week I Synopsis of Preceding Chapters eenturynordlefrom the Abbe of Branlleu guilty of certain serious rnor brought againd him by a number of theI dml hebermeehegoeatoMttiinbrothertbeSocmanotMineadwhoenpuatlon I UunuTorr At nlKhtAllrynnrrefciaroadtldelnn where he ichJrDn Samkln Aylward an Kntrllrn archer Juit the French war Allejwflnrtt Mi brother In llnled wood quarrel IMR with a beautiful damMl lie retcur her thereby maldeniearahgthatchurch where tlweluSlrMceUeaTeshlmlauKhluely omnahiairontIonandthey tInggthe renownet knmghtffordIaJohntmuch vexed 11blmlowbearwoods whom helearnili the daughter of Sir Nigel AIleyne I t- gIvey hint 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Fleher Clover porttt CHENAULT s Getrge Frymire of Louisville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J Frymire fP Crayton Cunningham and wifedNew York are here for a short to friends and relatives t Mr and Mrs J B Warren and family and Mies Margaret Stallman spent Sunday with Dr D S Sphire and familytMisses Martha Casey and Christine IIWlirrenMisses Jesse and Ermine Warren lit Mrs Cadlo and grand children of are visiting Mrs Anna Cunningham = Clement the little son of Mr and Itoparents Mr and Mrs H Y Stall Quito a number from here attended ISundayI r db3- n burn rig iie oleo dl lintitrt t i by burning the corn It Flneers- de been done In the West of ten milee pstrata that the value of the by 1 glneers carp after the Industrial Tbecoit OPPORTUNITY FOR MILITARY MEN Also Openings For Students of The Various Military Institu- i tons of the State in Powha tan Guard of the Jamestown Exposition Norfolk VaUnder the aupervl sioo of Capt Henry W Carpenter o the United States Marine Crops the Jamestown Exposition is organizing a theIodpolicing the grounds and of keeping the ponce and order of the entire Ex position Capt Carpenter is sending out upon application an enrollmentt blank which enables him to ascertain the value of each applicant A limited number of these blank ate beiug sent to the various Military Institutions of the State in the hope of securing tne services of some of the students wbqse military experience makes them desirablajto fill the ranks of this organization The entire com mend of the guard is in the hands of Capt Carpenter vno intends to curry on the work under the strictest Mill tary discipline t- In the enrollment of the guards men of military experience who have served either in the Army Navy or Marine Corps State Military or Mill tarp College will be giveq first consideration s Capt Carpenter who has been de tailed by the Navy Department to command the Exposition Guards haw established his headquarters at the Atlantic Hotel in Norfolk Va His career has been a very interesting one and towing to the wide experience he has had in the public reception ot j foreign guests he is perhaps the most efficient officer that could have been detailed for the position The guard will be organized as a Inttilion ot probably four compani one or wnich is to no mounted Each company will bo organized and cow manded as are the United States troops The nni terms are to be of simple yet impressive design consist ing of a gray blouse and trousers of a military cut and the regulation Army Campaign hat The mounted guards are to have the same uniform with thA addition of riding breeches and bleaK strap leggins A white sun helmet and uniform of cotton duck will also be provided for hot weather Capt Carpenter has formulated the following conditions for enrollment in the guard Applicants must be Between the ages of 21 an 40 of not less that 5 feet 8 inches in height and mast have served either in the U S Army Navy Marine Corps U S or State Volunteers National Guard or in some Military School or College The salaries to be paid to the enlisted men are as follows mounted men 13000 unmounted men 2500 per month with an increase for noncommissioned officers In addition to this alary are allowances for uniforms subsistence quarters medical often dance and equipments Beside the foregoing conditions each applicant will be required to nn dergo a physical examination before heI is selected for appointment It is oar pected that the Jamestown Exposition orIganlzations ever been enlisted for previous expositions Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas common merelydrivethan you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real cure not a delu ion All druggists GOo or mailed bv Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York United States District Judge George Wataty of Grand Rapids Mich d in London England Wll Anderson a negro was hanged- to a telegraph polo by a mob at Til lar Ark Anderson was charged with assault on a white woman Otto and Rudolph Schraum 8 and were drowned In t pond at Bates town Ill The boys tell from A log D which they were playing An advance ot 5 per cent la wages cotton mllli In 30 or more cities Uwns and villages of southern Musa IonlatePISOS CURE FOR ttCURESWHERE ALLELSE FAILS Beat Cough Syrup Tastes Good Ure in time Sold by drupgiats CONSUMPTION utrRC- wagone r each w rn ols suitable for an boor g delicate ma for a regiment o in eammor C811Ybrtltli isaak to 191 The DodgingPeriod of a womans life Is the name often given to change of life II Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering bytakingf e F WJNE CARDUI t Womans Refuge in Distress It quickly relieves the pain nerv ousness irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold I flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your I life Try it You can get it at all druggists In 100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH- I suffered writes Virginia Robsonof East on Md until I took Cardul which cured me so qUKk1r It surprised my doctor who didnt was taking i- iI L 300 ACRESOF kTOE For Local Cannery This YearIn crease of a 100 Over Two For mer YearsCrop Becoming Popular 800 acro3 of lund in this vicinity ar planted in ton Riots to supply the de mjind of the Polk Canning Coo of this city This js nflarly 100 acres in ex tress ot the two former years Tb farmers are learning tnat it pays tl raise tomatoes at 20 cents per bushel if proper tale is given the crop Man ager Whiteneck of the local factor said to tht News that the land about town was alright for raising tomatoe but that the greatest hinderance to the crop was lack ot cultivation He said that the tomato crops must have contin ous attention that tne weeds should be kept down and the ground well tilled 1I0nr greatest acreage he said tin Greenwood Ind Thert tomato raising is the chief occupation of the farmers There farmers have learned that it takes labor to produce a euo cessfull crop ol tomatoes and because they do work they make a good livingI out of the industry Tomato raising on a large scale Iis somewhat of a new venture with farmers about Cloverport but as tb increase each year shows the ciop is becoming very popular Much of the acreage this year is found 1 in Hancock county Peiry county Ind as well as Brockenrldite county Peaches are also canned at the local cannery The supply comes from Hardin Meade and Breckenrldge counties The factory will begin operatio- about the middle of August A tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted a leak in the great North Sea dYke which a childs finger could have stop ped to become a ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Molver of Vanceboro Me permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery He writes Three doctors gave me up to die of lung inflammation caused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Disovery saved mylife Guaranteed best cough and cold cure at Severs Drugstore fiOc and 100 Trial bottle tree That want column WITHOUTADVERTISING No Merchant Can Succeed Says Gov Folk In Address To Re tail Merchants Jefferson City Mo July 18Gov Joseph W Folk in addressing the retail merchants of Missouri at their convention here yesterday spoke against the mail order business and favored advertising in the town papers He said in part 4 1 the w usedmoire s- Ile 1 tells are and a specially y ren Bteri NNN 4 NNNOON NN NN N NNNNM The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company ICAPITAL 50000 00 B P BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier o PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier Morris Eskridge G W Beard Dr A M DIRECTORSjjDoes a General Banking trator Guardian and in every Intrest Paid on Time Deposits NNNN NNN yJJq k1FI The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK tov I Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus veryJJ Insured in every way and protected by the latest equipment 1y Interest paid on time epositsii Business great and small1 solicitedtt h lNisleNINNtNl lNNltiter M 1 First State BklIRVINGTON KYj Maw J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePre sid enif= H H KEMPER Cashier s Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited t 1- 1t Interest Paid on Time Deposits for 11 fur1 I fror- It 11- I I JJbox gay q ranITHE tm stylTbemost1 W kIDgI11r cerl T J thoY1 m why 1 shopping district and two blocks from I HOTEL lthe principal theatresOrj theWtbeem LouisvilleclefI I boxPIKEpreleproatheII ito I V i orsr1IKer loe I i I- ist and ton j If you could sell your farm today for 100 III8yst s Figures an acre and buy it back tomorrow for 10tan acre 8 C You would do it boo I glIi coil- where else the proposition is just as goodthe FarmsYou can buy it In the Southwest T Why shouldnt you do it coo to 1 I It you wish to Know more about It write for copies of our Texas and Oklahoma thebooks They are tree quiteA HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg st Louis MoHaiTrI splendidIto increase in wealth and population and we also Wenviah tne city merchants to build up but we also desire the country mer chants to prosper I do not believe in the mail order citizen It a place IS good enough for u man to live in and to make his money in It is Rood enough tor him to spend his money No merchant can succeed without advertising in one way or another Patronize your town papers build thorn up and they will build the town ub and build you up in Increased trade ann greater opportunities Do not be afraid that business is going to be hurt by the recant exposures of wrongdoing in the commercial world No nan who is doing an honest business can be injured by the light All business will bA bettor for the cleansing process it is going through and for the stamping out of evils It She Tried Five Doctors Mrs Francis L Sales of Missouri Valley la writes I have been afflicted with kindney trouble five years had severe pains in my back and a frequent desire to urinate When riding I experienced much pain over the region of the kidneys I tried fivo physicians without benefit and then concluded to try Foleys Kidney Care After taking three 100 bottles was completely cared Sold by A R Fisher ENTHUSIASTIC CONVENTIONS Two Republican conventions were held in Hodgensville last Tuesday July 17one in the forenoon by the RepnbliII- I f cane of the FoltbrfCongreeaionaj nomfnatinglathe afternoon by the Republicans of the Tnird Appulate district to put a candidate in the field for Jndge of the Court of AppealsrHonM L Heavrin of Ohio county was made the party nominee for Con gross and Judge Wallace W Jones of Adair county was nominated fortlj Appelate Judgeship Each of the counties in the Fourth Congressional district was well erreJsented and when the convention was wherethoconvention tably filled 1 Much enthusiasm was shown and the procedings passed off pleasantly x giving the affair a cut and dried ap hardwork1up 1 The convention was called to order nromotly at 11 oclonk a m by Hon M TL Heavrin ot Ohio county aadvi bYtho J DGaddre f ChairmanandaItSeoretary1 Cured of Bright Disease j Mr Robert if Burke Elnora Ni Y writes Before I started to Mf i pofromand was all bloated up with dropsy 1 and my eyesight was so Impaired ire could scarcely see one of my family across the room I had given np hope of living when a friend recommended jj Foleys Sidney Cure One BO otot 1 bottle worked wonders and before had taken the third bottle the drop had gone as well as all other syjatoia of Brights disease Itsold by A 1j Fisher t i ri s tc r Y r- r OUR HOME TOWN- A Department Devoted to Village Betterment RICHARD HAMILTON BYRD tau vk4 The editor of tblhi deportment deniren to keep in touch with the active fa members of i ivi im l Il01 improvement Auioclution and every ono vl110KeIlife ondghIwprovIllsparkiiIJ Experience pllln8IIIIIgCRtlol18 tinil nlwtonranhH will be welcomed by ru + the editor of this department and no far tu possible given place in theuc tie columns its hao The Lscul Handicap sa hisOttown country So the village and small town are without confidence in their It Itownresources We get so familiar g i wltk the things about us that we re sL apt to underrate their value It Is J often necessary for a total Htranger to come along and show us the neglected opportunities that have been under our nose unseen for years a The writer while pursuing some in l dustrial Investigations had occasion to t 11 visit a thrifty little city In tint South I l west It Is an old town that has liter ally been forced to the front by till pressure of development nod northernI energy The place has live railroads i population of 30000 and a number of modern buildings Still the natives t HOUSE BARN FOR VILLAGE Wntortown Mass have not yet fully realized tho changethey still are doubtful and suspicious About four years a o be b fore the tide of Immigration and capi tal set in toward the Southwest a stranger front the North drifted into this particular city He was Just looking around with no special pur pose In view A curbstone real ettat- broker had on his list a tract of t land timbered but worthless on ac count of the annual floods This laud IIP had hawked about the street for 7fic per acre but found no takers among tho home speculators The tract was into good It was offered to this stranger for 100 per arc Would he look at It Yes He looked It over examined every acre of It came back to town and handed over 10000 for the worthless tract Great was the Joy of the natives who were lined up at the various bars to drinkk to the health of the sucker But the sucker returned In about a month I with another capitalist from the North and sold this worthless tract for 30 000 But this was not all Within ninety days the second sucker brought a third and sold him the timber alone for r0000 And then the local bunkers and conservative capitalists kicked themselves for not thinking of It For years people have been leaving- ss Arkansas and Missouri going west I 1 looking for opportunities Today stramgers are taking their places and SmUAg money on every bush The newcomers are simply developing the resources which the natives failed to recognizeThis holds true of a ma- Lt jorlty of Individuals In every com munlty We are too near to see tho t t opportunities at our feet We pass theta over and leave theta for some 2 one to pick up The twentieth century for the United r States at least will be a time of con centration rather than expansion A century of rural development and homebuilding As has been Indicated the people must get back to the laud and Industrial to reach their best development must give the worker a chance for U home The Vuluc of a Good Garden Many people fall to realize the great value of n thrifty wellkept garden Even an Inferior one Is much e Injdispensablehealth Is concerned to say nothing of I I I ii the money saved by not having to buy I groceriesI i f should manage to obtain a piece of ground and see that It becomes well puthbefore trying to plat the seeds It I only costs a little to buy enough seeds for quite n goodsized garden From Bt Paul Freu By way of affording a obi ject lesson In the Homecroft Idea I qeorge H Maxwell has acquired fit acres of ground at Watertown Mass less th n thirty minutes by railI road or fortyfive minutes by trolley from the center of Boston which will be broken up into small crofts for city workers There it is to be k will be illustrated by de 1 grees all the different phases of bet Terment thet zpmecroft as theI r appliesti especially ha whosei i I eltjuhop or store or factory AmosJ THE HOME CROFTERS GILD To Enable People to Live la Their Own llomo and on II Piece of i Their Own Lund i CHANCE FOR FACTORY WORKERS CveryMotherMotto of the OrganlzatlonA Hun dred Children at Work In the First School Garden at Watertown Mass EDWARD T IIARTMAN Secretary JIuiMacoujotta Civic Leueuo At Watertown Massachusetts there Is being put under way what seems to be one of the most sane and practical II AND HOMECROFT Institutions presumed rca solutions of many of the problems of modern city life ever attempted In this country It Is In line with the best enterprises for solving the questions of housing sanitation education aunt morals As such It should command the attention and cooperation jf all constructive social workers gardennwork as a aubstl tute for the street corner the cheap show and the saloon And It offers In addition health contentment and a substantial Increase In income to the workers The Increase takes a practl cal form In the shape of health from work In the air from fresh vegetables and fruits from a cleat environment and from absence of bad habits front money saved front useless pastimes from absence of doctors bills and from a direct return In the way of commodities for use In the home or for saleThe founder and main supporter of the movement Is Mr George II Maxwell editor of Maxwells Talisman and founder of the National Irrigation Movement ASa student of social con ditions Mr Maxwell has concluded that college settlements and similar movements merely scratch the upper surface of the problem anti fall utterly to get under It and crowd It out with a better condition Ills creed Is Every child In u garden every mother In a homecraft and Individual In dustrial Independence for every worker In a home of his own on the land MEANING OF HOMECROFT The word Ilomecroft has been coined by Mr Maxwell to fit the thing he has In mind The Scotch word croft means a very small piece of land farmed Intensively by Its occu pant but not large enough to yield him a living and constitute him a farmer The Homocroftcr therefore under the conditions being developed Is a labor Ing man clerk skilled artisan or whatnot who supplements his regular In come by and spends his spare time In work on the land Ills children may likewise be employed out of school hours and at other times when they would otherwise be on the street or forced Into some one of the street trades to help maintain the home For the children the advantages are ob Ious Healthy exercise In the open air for a purpose fresh vegetables anti other products and occupation are substituted for spasmodic exercise under bad conditions stale vegetables or none at all and the gang It can be demonstrated that the ordinary factory worker on from one half acre to an acre of land can earn actually more In the odd time given to his garden than he does from his regular work taking It hour for hour The other advantages are evident THE GILDHALL AND SIIOPS As a foundation for the Gild the Wilson estate at 143 Main St Water ttTHE HOMECROFT VS THE TENEMENT I practical compahredctwith wageearner alreoidydemonstrated aretY1 Healthier hoiae surroundings roomjrJ city tenementsI2 Diversity in employment and healthful recreation for the wage earner himself nd wholesome opI nortunity for his we and c dren to contribute to the family in come in the cultivation of an aere I moreor lese9f ground This would enable him eepciaily to keep his girls lit home instead of Mndiog I 1VY town has been purchased nnd converted into a Glldlmll tutu shops for handicraft work Tlio land around tho house hits practically all been appro printed to till use of u garden xrnool and laid out In childrens gardens The director of the gardens Is Miss Llizabuth S Hill of U rot on who last year conducted the school gardens In Prookllno and Groton Over a unit tired children are already at work and many more almost two hundred In nil have applied for space It Is an inter esting sight rind a poor commentary on our public school system to seethe wistful look of the children riot In It as they watch the fortunate ones and Inquire of the Instructors as to how long they will have trf wait Many children not connected with the school watch the workers nod play on the grounds so that It has become a childrens center for the town The opening or the garden school has aroused an Interest among other private organizations In the neighborhood and the Womens Club of Watertown hits established another garden school also under Miss Hills supervision as Is still another opened by the Womens Social Science Club of Newton whose garden is on Jackson Bond near Non uutnm On the outer boundry of the town the old Emerson Place has been purchased and set aside as a garden school for boys and even uteri who desire to do practical work The plots In this garden are large enough to permit of practical experiments and to even supply quite a quantity of vegetables which each gardener Is allowed to ap propriate to his own use The only requirement Is that eacb gardener pro yule his own tools and seed and pay sufllclcnt attention to the Instruction and to his work to keep his plot In fair condition and In harmony with the garden as a whole There Is In this garden plenty of space not taken anti It offers a unique and valuable oppor tunity for any one desiring such work The garden Is supervised by a young leimarketWEAVE BEAUTIFUL TIIINflS The weaving department the onlyI Iii I14ImLft department as yet de volopcd In the hSlid Is supervised by Mis 1 A Turner formerly with tin p riiu nt station for the blind in Camliriilf Miss Turner assisted by her sisterI has several looms already in working order anti Instruction has t t I I1 lncn assn up n ilium UL tit wall In weaving as It will be In other home craft work IIs not fo have a weav ing establishment for the production of goods but to conduct a school In weaving and design where women In the community may learn to do work which may be carried on In their homes This as In the case of the croft work will enable them to occupy spare time which would be otherwise wasted or Improperly spout In con genial healthy and remunerative em ployment It Is hoped and believed that such work will enable many women who have to supplement their Income to do It In their homes and not be forced Into factories and other unsatisfactory conditions A system will be developed whereby looms will be supplied by and the product sold through the Gild By this method ex penses will be kept at a minimum and the highest profits accrue to the workersHOME LANDS IN SMALL PAUCELS The more farreaching and substan tial feature of the movement Is the acquisition and subdivision of land Into small tracts for actual croft purpose as outlined above This closely I resembles the schemes developed In llltchlu Port Sunlight Uournville and OUTSKIRTS ARIZONA SITE HOMECUOFT elsewhere In England It will not out of place to outline the Bournriilu plan which Is Identical In many respects and has been carried out to an assured success This model village was started In ISm when Messrs Cad bury Bros removed their works from them to tfife roctory wr shop 3 Reliable occupation himselffnport for the jr ease of a temporary loss of his regu lar employment An acre of ground J Intensively cultivated and irrigated 1 will support a family 1 4 Opportunity to set up In the homecroft little handicrafts for theI 1 products of which there is a constant demand such as lines of weaving knitting rugmaklng cab turninginl manufacturers of leather gloves etc etc The distribution of power from electric wires or the use of lit tle gasoline engines in village of boraecrofters may demonstrate that the concentration of thousands of trotafterf i i Birmingham to a point four miles from the city and erected twentyfour houses for the workmen Mr ucorge Cadhury trout long observation and experience concluded that the only practical way to solve the problem was to take the factory worker out on the laud where he might pursue the na tural and healthy recreation of garden lug Says Mr W Alexander Harvey In his hook on Bournvllle It was im possible for working men to be healthy nail have healthy children when after being contlncd all day In factories they spent their evenings In an Institute club room or publichouse If It were necessary for their health as It un doubtedly was that they should get fresh air It was equally to the advant ageof their moral life that they shouldlI be brought Into contact with nature There was an advantage too In bring lug the workingman on to the land for Instead of his losing money In titamusements usually sought In tin towns he saved It In his garden prod UCell great consideration where tin poorer class of workman was eon cerned And again Tie cultivation of the soil Is certainlyI the hest anti dote to sedentary occupation of those working In large towns A primitive- instinct Is luduged the full value o which seems hardlyI yet to have beenI realized Many believe Indeed tins with Its encouragement the abuse of the social club and tine publichouse will be materially lessened and one of the greatest social evils of the tine disappear The experience of Bourn vllle certainly gives support to this conclusion for nearly every house holder there spends Ills leisure In gard cuing and there IIs not a single licensed house In the village SEVEN IIUNDIIED DOLLARS FOR A HOUSE The houses of Bournvllle were built with special reference to cheapness artistic development sanitation andI convenience At a cost of from 700 0 tde2flY r SCENES IN OF PHOENIX SHOWING FOR FIRST ARIZONA VILLAGE he wageear special to 2500 each a much higher grade of home than the workers had been ac customed to was provided Rent- range from 4s Od to 12s per week not Including rates and the death rate of nlnetcon per thousand In Birming ham has been reduced to six and nine dustry a necessity for the ttainment of the best results 5 A growth of cooperation which will give to the homecroft settle ment all the advantages of the ci J In schools libraries hospitals enter tainment halls water supply electric lights improved roads etc while I the cultivation of each separate acre or croft will be facilitated by the I cooperative ownership of the numer J one fxpensiye nieces of farm ma chinery now to be found on the besti 1 large farms but which could not bei afforded by the individual crofter 1 0 The fostering of a sturdy inde pendent individualism to lieui nothing contributes so muc as tin i 1 ownership of a home and a conscious ness that one can IIIJoafea living i 1 Beardless of any Lose Concurrentlywith t ich bettermontai tenths per thousand In Bournvllle The garden features In Bournvllle are planned with much care provision in most cases being made for some lawn flowers vegetables anti fruits To return to the Ilomecrofters Gild there is one distinctive advantage In Mr Maxwells plan in that he alms to attach to each home eno laud to make It a feature and nut merely an incident in the life of the worker and he has added the crafts work for wo men and for men In the winter He already 1ms under way plans for an experimental group of four houses under one roof to be placed at the centre of a square so as to secure the greatest economy of space auu place 1thl worker In direct contact with his land These plans are being prepared by Mr Allen W Jackson the archi test Something over fifty acres of land have already been purchased for subdi vision and Improvement Thin will be erneetically large ntR pins the ct of division stud Improvement A special plan Is to sell Lamps to In dustrious working nnn on a tang time on the monthly Instalment plan isfusually Patti rent but which will pnytpurchase price mean tune carry what will amount to an III surance policy cowering the amount of the purchase price remaining duo so that If tine purchaser should tilt the Itlllout FOLLOWS SUCCESSFUL ENGLISH PLAN Tiemnvement Is not Intended to be an Isolated one as the shops and gardens art open to any one who will use them In the right way Mr Max well feels that Isolation Inns been the cause of failure In such attempts and that tint people of tIne community must themselves become a part of such a movement If It IIs to succeed Here again tine scheme resemble that of Bournvllle There though pnnctl silly ill tine houses have been hunt by the nanagemont only fortyone and two enths per cent of the occupants work U the village Eighteen and six ttntits ncr cent work In villages within a tulle anti forty mind twotenths per tvut work In BirminghamI Fifty and seventenths per seat of treat arc em ployed at Indoor work in factories thirteen mud throetenths per cent art clerks and travellers nod thirtysix per cent an skilled workers and pro fessional nuii By this arrangement a normal community life Is main tained The Ilomecroft Gild Is being developed along the sumac lines OVERCOMING PHYSICAL DEGENERACY- The Gild IIs not melting the mistake of trying to make farmers pure and simple out of city workers Such a hard and fast line between city anti country will always lead to failure Mr Maxwell says Give tint city worker a homo In the suburbs where j poultryjsunshine ami fresh air without stint I I withIour great cities physical degeneracy tuberculosis nand social moral and political dangers too numerous to be enumerated Henry W Grady de scribed the antithesis when ho said The citizen standing In the doorway of his home contented on this thres hold his family gathered about his afwell speut day closes In scenes and savesthe republic when the drum tap Is futile and the barracks are exhausted Tire Homecraft Gild has other plans In Immediate contemplation Near In the condition of the wageearner the general carrying out of the ho ie croft idea would relieve the con gestion of population in cities and greatly assist in their development along those lines which are o much better than mere bigness A hun dred thousand or a million people living on small tracts of land wi in an hours ride of a city would make far more business for the city of every desirable kind than the same number closely packed in tenements The homecroft experiment not to be limited to the settlement fost Bred by Mr Maxwell near Boston The idea combines with its sugges probeability of very satisfactory returns to the owners of vacant lands near cities who may be dlspoaedtoec pertinent ifithit f1 J ow J Phoenix Arizona a farm of one hui dred and sixty acres has been turns Into a homecraft village The land especially adapted to raising veg tables and Is under one of the beg waterrights In the region Flveacr tracts are here given to each worker Tine new government reservoir or Salt River and driven wells on the property Insure a permanent supply of water for Irrigation and therefoft unfailing crops These undertakings while practical and constructive In every sense are Intended tattler as models to show what suit be done in any community In the country Japan with s xty seven per cent of her total populntlon working In part or entirely on the land Inns become a laud of gardens where hopeless poverty in almost unknown and where tuberculosis Is a negllgablo quantity America can take care of its hopeless thousands III the same way first by putting hope Into theta and then by putting them where they may attain It It Is to the promoters of our great Industries that we must look for help In great part but public sentiment and sympathy will move the i promoters and reach the problem The Ilomecrofters Gild promises a start which ought to weld together the country anti the city Into one Inde structiblc whole and supplemented by I proper charity administration iUvIsanoi i vagrancy laws remove entireI the possibility even of a submerged le nth Parking for the Town The town parks or the town or village square are the lungs of ltd citizensIf town Is growing It Is none too soon to start a movement to provide j for the securing of ample town park lug The land Is Increasing when tho i town has doubled and has become a small city It will not be so easy to i secure sites readily aecessiil to the j1 people without paying an exorbitant t price Secure lirt the landit is not Important that n larxo amount of I money should be at onct expended i upon Its bpautlllcatlon possi ly it needs but little since natrn nuy hnvi 1 made It snort beautiful than can man It Is not necessary that it shoull bo transformed Into carpet bids of flowers and trimly kept lawns If It I affords sunlight and a grwn ivh of grass and trees for the oyo it btu UPS 1 a clvlllzor oath an equalizer for this V poor Itll well ax till wealthy i nstiu place where a man may forgot for the time some of his struggl md his anxieties In a contemplation of what God has made The park should be kept In taCt is natural as Is consistent with its ins I is such It Is never too early hunger- to secure Its site with n viW to the building up of the community whin laud values will necessarily increase Distribution of lunnffruuls the Solution If there were only some practicable way of distributing Immigration mor equally among all the ports of tin country the congestion nnd stgr gation phases of this problem would nearer solution It can bo accor pushed in but a small degree since t will only be done If answering an t economic demand as In the case of the GalvestonBremen service Wla 1 and well organized effort to Induce Immigrants to pass through the large ports by finding nod Insuring tbWl employment In the Interior and by Informing them of opportunities mist where will do much to ImjiMvo eon ditions The selfinterest of sates many of which maintain immigration agencies might also be brought more generally Into play to attract tile Ln dustrlous nnd ambitious new comers to their farms and smaller towns Improving School Grounds In Rochester N Y the school authorities grade and sod the school yard while time shrubbery 1111 otlu r planting Is by private eflort in eon junction with the school ihiMr n lapis land Is furnished fur decorative playground purposes nnd most exemp lary results have been obtained Wherever anywhere in this country there IIs Any One who hat the Spirit of True Patriotism Inll- Genuine Love of Humanity In his or her heart at The Coming People By CHARLES F DOLE should be the first book to be reid There is a multitude of thinking people who see the dangers the future hnjji for our country unless we reach a wine soiutin of the tremendous social problems that confront us The spirit in which we should approach the consideration of those problem s stforth in this remarkable book in a w y that must be an inspiration to every trudui mane and patriotic heart Let tile spirit of common sense and c vti mism and fundamental economic and phli osophlcal truth that pervade this bonk be taken as the underlying motive 01 the movement and the Creed and Platform of the Homecroftcrs as the practical plan to work to and the ret of the rcat social questions are certain to be rightly solved by application to them of the sound and humane principles that wttlguidethe action of our people upon all great national ques tions One copy ofThe Coming People postage prepaid will be mailed to any ad dress in the United States for twentyfive CentshOne copy of both The Coming Peopleii and The First Book of the HomecrafteM1 and MaxwcjUa Talisman monthly for the l rest of the year 1800 will be mailed tp any address in the United States for fifty cents Remit la postage stamps to The Homo crofters 14Nainstreet Wictown kM r k i a Jrj G gfIlI1jI Me IIifi tIi M1 MiiII I- jj 1 A daily paper a year 1 for ai dollar bill r ItheI ThisEii IofI i theIt It Breckenridge News I Ife isiMiiiMiaiMiio ii RURAL MAIL BOXE May be Made by Farmers if The 1 Conform to PlansE pen fsesCurtailed f In the past it bas been compnlsor t for farmers and others living alon rural routes to buy their mail boxea Ifrom some listed manufacturer whose I t boxes had been approved by th government department These ooxes ranged in prices from fifty cents t 4 there being about 300 different t i styles made by about 200 different con 1 cerns 4 4TbePostmaster General has dltecteid that on and after August the 1st thOSE j who need mail boxes may make them or have them made to order provide 1 they conform to the requirements 01 I dumIe t l causels i itobe printed In conspicuous letters dross the box Approved by the 4jtoatmaster General Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar lIiJlsihej original laxative cough syrup and combines the qualities necessary l to relieve the cough and purge the system of cold Contains no opiates I f Sold by Severs Drug Co Cloverport 3 Clarence Ludlow Brownell in his I book The Heart of Japan tells how t I pager the native shopkeepers are to I corral the custom of the English and a the Americans f To this end do they display signs couched in what they fondly believe to be the English language though the following examples seem to re v quire some translation Barber to Shae Beard or to Dress Hairs Away J uTbe Genuinely Bier Buy th Health for Drink 3 Hol smokes our tobacco is pressure tounge and give the healthine 1 lOur and Hes Also All People by Cowmeat and Pigmeat find Ra 1Jinune Souda Sasupre Zinsinbiy a injyael JV+ This last means lemon soda sarsaparilla ginger beer and ginger ale TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY ffsOco LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets WAURRlsts refund money if It Jails to euro E W GKOVES 8lrnaturels on eac hbox S5c ft want column 11That TAFT TIlE MOST 4jj POLITE OF MEN iOaveHls Car Seat to Three Women t Justice Brewer Tells Yale Hen New HavenAt the Yale JAluraini meeting Justice Brew er was one of the speakers He began r by referring to the many coloredoost nines which confronted him and add- edt And those gentlemen in the iitrlped garb would mako us think jperhaps that they had recently retired from the United States Senate tI peaking of Secretary Taft he said Nowtfecrotftry Taft is the politest man alive I heard that recently he arose in a street car and gave his seat to three women In President Hadley a address nis mam suggestion that Yale have tew Jer professors and pay them butter wai received with surprise but with some enthusiasm He said rather bluntly 5 Yale would be better off if one half tube faculty were to be dropped Or will not say which half and th- etof t n1 the other correspoiidlngly rats SteI Prliient Hftdley told a class roomy r a 1 story of Prof Thomas Lounsbury in announcing the latters retirement from the faculty He said anyinattentive class He turned to them and said Gentlemen bear with me a few minutess I have yet a few pearls to cast In detailing the financial condition Presiy dent Hadley said that the showing was much better than for several years I and that the total of gifts ot the past reeI I tarred to the gift of 150000 from the Associationoand the gitt of 40000 from Morris K Jesup ot New York bringing the total fund in memory of his Lather I Charles Jesup Yale 1817 to 100000 I It is always well to have a box of I salve in the house Sunburn cuts DebSalve Should keep a box on hand at all times to pro vide for emergencies For years the standard but followed by many imi tators Be sure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by I Severs Drug Co Cloverport Pastels of The San Francisco Fire Mri Charles Dormon Robinson whose ilnstrationsone of them repro duced incolor from the orignal pastel of the San Francisco fire will appear in the August Century has seen his home city burn four times He was in the files of 1851 1853 ana 1854 as well as in the much greater catastro phe of 1900 Mr Robinson succeeded in making a painting of the recent tire when it was bt its greatest Height on Thursday night from eleven toI three in the morning He painted thirteen pastels also several of which the August Cencury will produce Try a little KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA after your meals See the effect it will produce on yonr general feeling helpingsyour stomach toket itself into snape theepoint where they refuse to go further Kodol digests your food and gives whitesits reconstructive properties get the stomach into working order Kodol relieves flatulence sour stomach pal pitation of the heart belchingetc Sold by Severs Drug Co Cloverport OUR MODEL LEPER COLONY Just Opened In the Philippines Be gins With 600 Lepers A model colony for lepers has been established on one oMhe small islands of the Philippines Strangely enough the lepers of Culion will have the distinction ot occupying me only model up to date town in the archipelago- At least the Manila Times says so and it adds that the United States in the Philippines will provide the vie tuna of the living death with every comfort possible According to the recent canvass madeof the Philippine Islands there are about 4000 lepers in the archipol ago Estimating that it would cost the Uoveinment 25 cents a day to care tor lepers the annual ccst of main taltiidg the entire number would be more than 300000 a year About 100 cottages have been erected in Cnlion which counting tsar per sons to a cottage will accommodate 600 patients Other cottages will be built as fart as funds are available When vacancies are created by deaths other lepers will be sent to this colony from the various islands The object of the Government In the establishment of the colony is to rid the island one at a time of lepers When one island is clean another will be dealt with and thus it is hoped gradually to stamp ont leprosy from the Island 0 w WINCHESTER NUBLACK f Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Game For Sale Everywhere Culion has an up to date sewer and water system It is one of tbe most fertile islands of the archipelago si0 that those who are able can find diversion in tilling the soil and thus hel p to lower the expense of maintenance The island is adapted to cattle rais ing Animals are net liable to leprosy Consequently the plan is to raise cattle for the market and in this way i t possible make the colony selfsustain isg Cnlton will have its Father Damle in the person of Father Valles wh- has volunteered to nevote his life to work in the colony Several sisters of cha itv also have consecrated their lives to the attenpt to relieve the condition ot the lepers The colony opened with 000 afflicted persons The number will be increased as rapidly as possible All About Raising Sheep When sheep are on grass teed grain at night they will not eat it 111t the morning Did you know that The Biggie Sheep Book tells all about raising shearing and slaughtering sheep and is tall of just such hints as this A special chapter on hot hons9 lambs for winter sale is worth the p ire of the whole book Altogether Itt is a thorough practical nptodat piece of work 148 pages illustrated with many photo engravinga Price GO cmts by mail address the pub ushers Wl llmer Atkinson Co Phil adelphia ENCAMPMENT AT CHAUTAUQU OwensboroKentucky Baptists Will Gather and Hear Fine Lectures The encampment of Kentucky Bap test under auspices of baptist Young Peoples Union of Kentucky will beheld at Owensboro Chutancjna grounds August 1 to 4 1000 Each is provide with a full program consisting of ad dresses and music Rate of one fare plus 25 cents will be maae over the Henderson R nteto Owensboro for this occasion returning August 5 Reduc ed rates will be made by the Ghautau qua management for ndmssion etc Following is a llstof principal ad dresses to be made Wednesday Aug 1 Conquest Day 3 p m Lecture Acres of DiR monds Hussell H Conwell D D 8 p m Oriental Demonatation Florence Ben Oliel Thursday Aug 2 Education Day 3 p m Lecture by Russell H Con well D D 8 p m Oriental Demonstration Florence Ben Ollel Friday Ang8 Convention Day 8 p m Lecture by A C Dixon D D I Labor Wanted II 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 ClairI I Road Supervisor HARDINSBURG KY LouisvilleExcursion ExcursionJuly Fare from stations Cloverport to Brandenburg inclusive 125Tickets sold from Cloverport for both morn I ing trains good returning on any train same day From other stations sold for train 142 only good returning on train 143 For further informa tion see local agent 8 p ml floss Crane Cartoonist baturday Ang 4 Bible Day 3 p m Lecture bv A C Dixon D D 8 p m Ross Crane Catoonist Tne morning hours of each day are taken up by talks from noted divines and other speakers OJ 6rT01 Z Bear the 1116 Klsd You NttedllttE B66 1t 1lgnm t ci HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Niagara Falls Rate of 1250 will be made from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return Date of sales July 23 and August 0 10 and 25 Return limit 12 days from date of sale Old Point Comfort Rate of 15 SO will be made from Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return Date of sales July 23 and August 1 II Return limit 15 days from date of sale Owensboro Cbautuqua Reduce rates Aug 1 to 21 1145 for round trip from Cloverport Ratdinsburg picnic Aug 4 Round- trip ticket Cloverport to Hardinsburg sold for train leaving Cloverport 507 and 042 and good returning same day Old Point Comforton July 23 and Aug21 limit 15 days torn date of sale Rate of 1050 will be made Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return via C O R R- Homeseekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and Sonth East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1000 tIi ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverport50jarrives at Louisville 735 A M No 142 Dally Mull ana r xpressleaves Clo verport942 A M stops at ali way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p ra Train No 144 Dally fast mall loaves Clo verport 419 p ni stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m accommodation WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Evans vllln 900 a in expressleavesJlawlslIle lewlsllOrt Matsu Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Kvansvllle arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Nail and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030 pm Stops at all stations No 1 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo rerportll PlII arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis 740 A 111 stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Throughsleeping cars and reclining chaIr cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville aLd St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 daily except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 430 m ores Irvlngton 840 a tii Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 30 p m arrives Irvington 520 p ui Train No 3 Sunday only Fordsvlllo630a m rvington e03 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 am arrives Fordsville 245 pm Train No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 650 p m arrives Fordavllle P 5 u ni ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip rates to points Ir SIISSISIPPILOCkIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OK LAHOMA gad TEXAS on the first dud third Tuesdays of eucli month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Arl zona undTexisFull Particularshad ot Home Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW DP A Loulsvlllf PRESS JTHE BUTTON k riiilll J 1- 1 EAGLDFMSH SELF FILLING FOUNTAIN1 PEN samplestSurer3afatllandintSod sitduteg Pen No jlui fiUer r cloggingorYou simply press the button ula the picture and the pea fill iaiaaihy- Write til hutant ft touchea the paper Eagle 50- I I Notlwith14karat Flash I pen point Jneit vulcanized rubber and fully guaranteed Lad Fuh No 25 250Ea26Ira300 with void band 400 Sold by Stationer lid Other Store Ask YOUR DEALER If be EagleFLASIi tend the retail to us Each pen absolutely CUt anteedEagle Pencil Co Manufacturer 377 Broadway Nw York KloMng oneenei Linn North Sydney B 0 July lOWord was received hero that the British fishing schooner Stanley Joseph yrai lost with all on board near the Grand Banks during a terrific storm I I PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTIIAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attendance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February Mayan October t For Sale Horses and Mules 1 aged mule cheap Three Jennets all bred Two Jenny colts Will sell or trade Terms easy BEARD BROS Hardinsburg Kirk StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high madeCyanteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCIIE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Lax- IIARDINSBURO KY theCourtsconatiesroad cases and criminal practice License to CourtsOticeewer LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville Jli75 Clovorport to Evansville 178 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON SIDt Sour StomachNo usi st ness headache constipation bad brsalL general debility sour risings and eatan of the stomach art ill due to Indlf MtltB Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlsotv ery represents the natural Julcea of dlfWfr tlon as they exist In a healthy atemaok combined with the greatest known teats and reconstructive properties Kodol Dya pepsi Cure don not only cure IndlgosUea and dyspepsia but this famous remsyr cures all stomach troubles by cleanslaf purifying sweetening and strengthealBf the mucous membranes lining the stomaak Mr S S Ball of Rivcnrvood W VI MTW rlCodolfor bibs Kodol Digests What Yea Eat bottles only S 100 Six haute M times the Ma tire which Mils for SO cent Prepared by L 0 D WITT a CO OMIOAMk Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor aso Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky t r tr 1 y f 1fI WPiiiy cJ41iuilli + lltk T th1 tJ t e- oe HEAT AND LIGHT FROM FARM CROPS Wonderful Possibilities of Denatured Alcohol Provided tf for by Congress t J lIlUY + t ELLIOTT MITCHEll ri Should oven a portion of tbe bone t flecnt results predicted from the passage of the bill removing the tax from K denatured alcohol bo realized tha t Unicasure will ring In a new Industrial iera not only In the factory but more particularly the farm and the home feKo other work of the Fiftyninth Con ir gress not even excepting the railway wrote act will compare with tbk In t general beneficence If half even a jiuarter of what Is claimed for It shall I4 come to pass Alcohol says the Philadelphia Record might be dls stilled from potatoes In quantity suf flclent to light heat and supply power to all the Northern States of the Union t and at such a low cost as to supplant kerosene and gasoline This alcohol would be Incapable of use as a beer I i age To the dwellers In the country j In particular such a development f i would be of Instant universal and In I f zea ewwreap = Agin aar sst+ I I I OAR PRODUCE FOR THE WEST benefit but to every man I no matter where he lives It would be of some Importance Says the Louis 4yule Courier Journal after quo nj the Philadelphia Records tribute to the coming great and almost universal blessing Awl potatoes are only one of hundreds of things from which this useful product would be dlstllle If the tax were removed Such a step would create in this country a lime tically new and vastly benelleial In dustry whose benefits would be shared by the whole people us con iisunlers and by hundreds of thousands of them as producers There is i scarcely a nameable limit to the pro duction of potatoes I WOULD USE UP WASTE PRODUCTS Potatoes beets corn the stalRs as well as the grain and the waste pro r ducts of our molasses factories may run our engines cook our meals heat t taxtI of 110 per gallon on commercial al 1 cohol renders Its use for power fuel q and light absolutely out of the quos tlon although for these purposes It can be manufactured at less titan cents a gallon At this rate It can 10II IrIIplant both gasoline and kerosene than L which It Is also safer and nnuli leaner The only opponents of too t StandardHylocaruurs especially Insisted I upon Its passage r The white potato can readily heat I light and furnish power for onr Northern states the sweet votoF the yam and the waste from the i molasses factory can do the saute for r our Southern states while In the grout West the sugar beet and Indian corn can turn the wneels of the factory farm and anti banish from the home the chill of winter or the I blackness of Such Is the state ment of Prof II W Wiley Chief of the governments bureau of chemistry Sugnr anti starch when fermenting yield about half their weight In a 1- 0j lute alcohol About onififth the f weight of potatoes nearly three t quarters the weight of corn and al most onesixth that of the sugar beet f lire these fermentable sugars and t starchesPOTATO A GOOD ALCOHOL MAKER The potato will be our chief source of this undrinkable commercial alco hot A good yield of potatoes 300 bushels will produce 255 gallons of such fuel for Dglnee for heating cooking and lighting A bush el of potatoes will produce 085 gal Ions of alcohol We now raise potatoes almost exclusively for human food and we plant only those varetlei which have the finest flavor for tl table Independent of their yield per acre But there are potatoes yielding many more bushels per a than these esteemed for food They are such as are grown for cattle food In parts of the old world where corn is scarce Secretary of Agriculture Wil son estimates that there would be no dllllculty in obtaining COO gallons of alcohol per acre from such a variety Potatoes can now be grown here as- a commercial crop only within a short distance from market It does not pv to haul them far But as soon as they can be used as a source of heat light and power factories wll spring up In country neighborhoods where ae aZtrli I- SI MEETS WILL ALCOHOL Calculable conveyance night running coal Is now expensive and large areas of potatoes will be grown for their g test possible yield of alcohol The sweet potato and yam would furnish about the same proportions of alcohol as the white potato- ALCOHOL FROM CORN AND STALKS An acre of cornltfty busiiek will furnish Ian gallons of absolute alcohol a bushel of corn two and four fitths gallons An acre of potatoes thus produces much moro alcohol than an acre of corn when only the grain of the latter is taken Into consideration But corn stalks If harvested before they dry out contain large quantities of sugar and starch enough to produce 100 gallons of commercial alco hol per acre according to the estimate of Secretary Wilson In 100000000 acres of Indian corn the snaking of ten billion gallons of this alcohol therefore go largely to waste annually Secret y Wilson predicts that the time Is coming when we will utilize this linscsource of energy According to Dr Wiley the fermantable material In the y L = LQ ji A GERMAN COOPERATIVE DISTILLING PLANT I automobiles stalks could he removed by the presses used to sugarcane InterestDrWileyalcoholInWestInbyproducts alcohol Is extracted will pay the cost of distillation SUGAR BEETS AND MOLASSES An acre of sugar beets will produce 224 gallons of alcohol Our vast Irri gation protects in the West are water ing lands which will soon produce sugar beets more profitably perhaps than any other crops and the molasses from these crops can readily be turned Into alcohol A waste product of the lIe sugar mill known as base mo lasses would be another available source of our commercial alcohol sup produced American countries and the West In dies are now largely burned fed to portion any price above freight At New Or leans Boston and Brooklyn It is be liquorsThe agreeable odor and taste But If re paId matter must be added toItto make It undrlnka1 ai1 taxfree under the new bill It will serve as well as any other alcohol thus manu factured for power heat and light Already In Cuba such alcohol from this base molasses is being made at 10 cents per gallon The base mo lasses Itself can be had at New York at 3 cents a gallon A similar grade of base molasses Is turned out as a byproduct by our beet sugar factories I Ten factories of Michigan send theirI produce to a distillery In that state j land produce from it about a half mil lion gallons of absolute alcohol But this byproduct of our beet sugar fac tories generally goes to waste In other states Yet we sit by and bemoan the decreasing supply and Increasing price of coal the diminishing supply of wood wonder where we shall turn next for power heat and IJght whether we shall harness the moon with tide motors or the sun with solar I engines Moreover tile production of I eastern petroleum Is falling oil and practically no gasoline is being found In the petroleum of Texas and the West And yet according to Dr Wile our farmers can grow any maybeworld and not a pound of It would take one element of fertility from the soilCOOPERATIVE DISTILLERIES That the farmers In all corngrow lug sections of the country should establish cooperative distilleries for the sole purpose of producing tills de natured Industrial alcohol is the f proposition of Nahum Bachelder muster of the National Gran o twas pressing the passage In the ncterest of the 800000 farmers of hiseorganization These cooperative dis tilleries would be under close govern ment supervision and the alcohol would be rendered unfit for beverage purposes before leaving the distilleryt warehouse In this way the cost to the farmers of this material for light lug heating cooking and motor fuel purposes could be kept at the lowest a point In Great Britain alcohol made un drlnkable by the addition of 5 per it of wood alcohol and a much smaller proportion of mineral niptha Is now sold freely without tax Since 1887 Germany also hind untaxed alcohol fortIndustrial purposes France wltzer land Holland Belgium Italy Russian C Sweden Norway AustriaHungary Portugal nnd six LatinAmerican republics exact no tax on this depot tured alcohol already regarded as one of the necessities of agriculture manufacture and general Indusov In these free alcoholI countries there are being used many varieties of alcohol engines alcohol automobiles al cohol motor boats alcohol f rm I motors alcohol lamps and alcohol stovesALREADY SUCCEEDS IN EUROPE Germany has far surpassed In all of these Inventions which were largely I mothered by necessity for the father land has no natural gas or petroleum But Its broad sandy plains produce cheap nnd abundant crops of potatoes from which every farmer n manu facture a vast quantity of raw alcohol Inventors andsclentlstslmve been busy with improvements In farm distilleries motors lamps cooking and heating apparatus Their spirit motors are being turned out In nil tormRUpI right nUll horizontal stationary portable nnd locomotive Alcohol locomotives j pull trains of a dozen cars on j large farms sugar plantations and enelneerlng works The army has bad built ten horsepower alcohol en gineers wagons each with a speed of ten miles an hour carrying tools and apparatus for a regiment of en gineers f The cost oft converting tbto pant turgid or undrinkable alcohol back into its original condition would be much more than for making pure alcohol anew according to Dr Wiley He thinks the best method of making It undrinkable would be the addition of ten per cent wood alcohol and one per cent of pyrldlne According to the bill as it passed the denaturing Ingredients are left to the discretion of the Internal revenue tax SOME XEW PARISIAN LIKGERIE Colors In Blouses Very Fashionable Especially the Delicate Tints BERTHA BROWNING In the new Paris lingerie the fashion is to have sets of chemise drawers and short petticoat of the same material and type and all trimmed in the same manner Nain soak and very fine batiste are the ma terials usually employed for their con struction the mode of silk underwear being for the time abandoned There are two new fabrics called silk nain sook and silk chiffon both cotton but of very fine weave and which do not Iqse their glossy appearance in wash- Ing These materials have much the appearance of silk and in garments made of them lace is profusely used The lace composes much of the upper portion of the chemise and the sleeves which are of bell shape reaching al most to the elbow These are open A NEW UNDERGARMENT nearly to the shoulder over the forearm where they are loosely tied with a succession of ribbon bows In lingerie garments the square neck is preferred to the round this year and this is always finished with a band of lace or embroidery The empire form is of course very fashionable for chemises but while it is a pretty cut it needs to be made of very fine material else Its straight form will He In folds beneath the cor set Most chemises nowadays are haped In under the arms so as to do away with this extra width at the waistline A pretty finishing to take the place of sleeves and shoulder parts in a garment to be worn with decol lette dress consists of ribbons which tie on the shoulders and may bo untied and slipped beneath the bodice when worn with the evening gown The Japanese nightgown of quite oose cut is a decided novelty This ms rows of little tucks descending rom the shoulder and extending half vay down the figure A double band- It Insertion starts at the foot of the own passes by the side of the tucks ever the right shoulder and around he neck at the back meeting in the entre of the front at the waistline Hie sleeves are loose and flowing as jeflts a garment of this nature Few nightdresses have collars most of hem being finished with straight units of embroidery or lace CHARMING DRESSING SACKS Some very Jaunty little dressing lacks of silky batiste or nainsook are icing constructed These are entire y accordeon pleated except for a nor Ion of the sleeve Lace and insertion urround the throat and for those of moire cut a band of the same marks he high waistline In back and In ront rises over the bust to be fastened with ribbons Some of these lingerie ea Jackets have broad and elaborate ollars which reach over the should rsAnother new comer Is the blouse waistcoat of embroidered linen batiste r mousseline do sole This Is made dthout sleeves and drawn In about he waist with a tape to adjust the ful less In front These are designed to be worn with lingerie suits of which long or short Jacket forms a part Lingerie petticoats are of Increasing lalntlness They are for the most part ilaborately trimmed the top portion lelng of sheathlike cut and fitting vlthout a bit of fulness They are completed with broad flounces of ucks embroidery aid lace Some of hese flounces show several frllllngs if lace or embroidery while others ire elaborate with handembroidered leslgns Violets The roses I sent were red My rival sent her white 1fy heart Is torn with doubt and fear Which will she wear tonight hear her step upon the stair Ah Fortune now disclose Iy lady comes stand still my heart Whoso violets are those One More on Mary TecbnicalWorldMary lamb Just thirty years ago todayWereQ E DHow old Is Mary The Popes Wardrobe A large number of women aTe employed at the Vatican solely iIn keep lag the Popes wardrobe In perfect condition No spot or stain may disfigure his garments and as he always appears In white even a few hours wear deprives the robes of their freshness Women are permitted to serve Ute Pontiff In this one respect only as male attendants are not considered suitable for the work Only the most delicate materials are usedmoire sIlK ID summer and a IpeclallyWoYen unit r+ ol1IDwIDterJ THE MESSAGE Listen said Raleigh and suddenly seized my band That is nothing but the alarm clock in the next room I said lie did not seem to hear what I said but kept on listening to the strange rattling noise and I saw beads of cold perspiration on his forehead while his hand turned cold as ice Nevertheless there was in his eyes a far away look of expectancy of dawning Joy It is nothing at all I repeated I do not understand what Is the matter with you Tell me Oh never mind he answered but surely you heard it as well as I Didnt you Well then the time has come For hours days years I have expected It have ofttImes longed for and still now when It has come It seems hard to leave this world so suddenly Nonsense I said what has the alarm clock to do with your death He looked at me with the sonic won derful expression In his eyes and saidWell I will tell you what I have never told any one before You remember that Lora died three years ago She died at exactly twentythree minutes of five in the afternoon Look at your watch and see what time It Is nowI at my watch Just twenty minutes of five Yes and three minutes ago that alarm went off Just at the hour and minute of her death I looked at Raleigh In astonishment Well even if that is so I do not see what Loras death has to do wKh youWith me Oh but you dont ILlow even my dearest friend How should you know that Lora was my wife Nobody knew It but ourselves Lora was your wife Yes my wife he replied with tears in his eyes You know how her father hated me and why But she loved me as I loved her and no we married secretly a few weeks before she died I was not at her deathbed and would not have known had not the mainspring broken In that very clock we Just heard with Just the same peculiar noise At the moment it hap pened a feeling of deadly terror over powered me I rushed to her house but they would not let me in I cried that she was my wife but they slammed the door in my face and I swooned away When I came to my senses again I was here How I got to my rooms I do not know but I do know that she was with me and at my side pale as a ghost Lora I cried She turned to me and said Walt for me dear the clock will call you Lora I cried again Another woman stood at my side He Is delirious she said We must renew the IcebagNow you have heard It Just ns I did The clock has called and I must go But Raleigh I began He Interrupted me Do not say anything he whis pered I know It and I am ready I leave been waiting so longoh so long Good bye lIe reached eagerly forward as If to embrace some one but suddenly fell back Into my arms his face transfigured into the most beautiful ex pression I have ever seen Do you see her There at the door 1 am coming I am coming my darling- A tremor went through him and ho was dead The Oklahoman IREMOVEDI 34rlUnd8TilL CBZ1B Tbhh a dna Mirth Lo- tMNairLat tNr irtfllkuHtflrd Our rriMdj pn snsrurbritftr p rtka- hnslnL1l4kw ro Dtpl 10 Au nnIU n Efaeess Potato Held fraud GagainstA special to the Record Iierald saysiI ir of ftIscdI f Awouldsixty days After investigations byIthe departments of Agriculture Jus tice and Postofflce the fraud order was issued and W D Darst discov i erer of the wonderful process will bo I f excluded from the use of the walls Ho proposed In reply to Inquiries pro yoked by his advertisement to license 4less4 100he I also offered potatlne at 450 a pack age Because his potatlne Was merely sulphate of potash worth 25 cents and his vineless potatoes worth I IrI less commercially the order was Issued Need Pure Food law In the Philippine Islands some of the Chinamen are extremely clever at swindling one of their tricks being to f remove whiskey from a bottle and sub stitute an adulteration without break- Ing the seal They do this by soaking ort the label and drilling t a tiny hole in the side of the bottle They then take out the whiskey and 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PALISADE PATTERNS j ter wo A BECOMING DRESSING olaSACKI Designed by BERTHA BROWNING 1 rICCSimplicity is a great factor in the designingreo tBtractiveIIIketcheda0 Xcatonslstsadorningthe r hietheIntotheIfbackposlabort mayserve As =material are needed 6160SIzes 88 to 43 inches bust measuref 1 PALISADE PATTERN CO 17 Battery Place New York City a For 10 cents enclosed please send pattern s No WOO to the following address t i I SIZE t NAME Iii S ADDRESSaCITY and 6TATEn+ f I R il t flt t tt q1 a 111 r 1 0 y l f j IIJ tJ1 tt7vc rd tt W7fllPJf T + lA7Arl J wa iir rt 1 7ti Pii tw 4 I r I PEACE TREATY SIGNED I 11 State Department So Advised by the American Minister liDETAILS NOT MADE PUBLIC t Forwarded by the Minister 4 4Message at the Meeting Anxlouil 1 t tAwaited by the Washington Gov ernment Negotiations Conducted t on hoard an American Warship Washington July 21The state de partment was advised of tho signing ofthe treaty of peace by the reprosen t tatlves of tho belligerent republics aboard the Marblehead A cablegram was received from Mr Merry the American minister to Salvador Costa Rica and Nicaragua announcing that a treaty of peace had been signed on- board tho American warship In his message Mr Morry referred to a Joint message sent by himself and Mr Combs the American minister to Guat emala and Honduras which message had not reached tho state depart partment This message it is be- lIeved gives details as to the con cluslons reached and is awaited anx lously by the officials here The department has no advices as to the details of this treaty or the extent of the settlement of the question The Central American war which bade fair to involve four or more republics In addition to the two originally ooacornod Salvador and Guat emala began in May with tho departure of expeditions from Salvador to assist a Guatemalan revolution under the leadership of General Toledo En gagements with varying results were fought between the Insurrectionary forces and those of the government of Guatemala until Salvador formally entered tho conflict A little later a Guatemalan force entered Honduras the result being to array that republic on the side of Salvador From tho moment the trouble pass cd beyond tho phase of an internal disturbance the government at Wash- Ington sot about instituting measures for the reestablishment of peace The cruiser Marblohoad was ordered from Panama to La Llbertad with dlreo Uons to report to Leslie Combs Amer- Ican minister to Guatemala and Hon duras and Mr Combs and Mr Mer ry minister to Costa Rica and Salva dor were instructed to use their best endeavors with the belligerents to bring the war to a close At the same time David E Thompson Amer- Ican ambassador to Mexico was in tructcd to make such representations to the Mexican government as might enlist Its efforts for the same end Mexicos deulro for peace between its neighbors being well known Mexico entered heartily into the project and its diplomatic representatives In Guatemala and Salvador wero in structed to cooperate with Ministers Merry and Combs Guatemala Sal Vador and Honduras agreed to an armistice in order that representatives of thoso governments might meet with the American und Mexican diplomats on board tho cruiser Mnrblehead to consider torniR for a treaty of peace The conference began July 19 tho cruiser being then on the high seas off the coast of Guatemala the Mar blchead being practically In neutral territory Tho negotiations proceeded ox e lltlously with the result that terms mutually acceptable to the throe republics wore arranged July 20 DISTRICT ATTORNEY Restrained From Taking Further Evidence In Thaw Case New York July ISAn unusual and unexpected move was made by the defense of Harry Thaw charged with murder when a writ of prohibition was secured from Justice Blanch and in tho supremo court restraining the district attorney and the July grand jury from taking further evi dence under oath against tho prison er Application for tho writ was made by John Gleason of counsel to Thaw and tho order to show cause why It should not bo continued was made returnable today Decision Against Rogers Boston July 19A decision for plaintiff was handed down In United States circuit court in the case of George W Popper receiver of the Bay State Gatt company of Delaware against Honry II Rogers of New York in tho suit to recover 3000 000 alleged to bo duo tho gas compa ny in connection with the sale of Boston companies The court orders that one hulf tho profit of the salo or 1500000 bo turned over to the gas company by Mr Rogers Did Belt Leave a Widow New York July 19 Speculation as to whether Alfred Belt tho South Af rican millionaire who died In Lon don Monday loft a widow was aroused by the discovery that In making an application to an American Insurance company for Insurance on his life in 1890 Mr Bolt named as the benefi t clary of his policy My Intended wife Elizabeth Bennett Bolt Whether this stated Intention of uiarrlago was ever carrion out was not stated In the statistics furnished to the Insurance company Tobacco Trust Inquest Nashville Tenn July 17Theln vestigation of the alleged tobacco trust In progress before tho federal grand jury here the past two weeks will cone to a close this week If any Indictments are returned it IIs expected they will be filed Wednes day or Thursday There are several tritaoMts yet to be examined I lj JJ J ifnROg- aucb bushelswill produce fuel foc ruunlattenglusE I f FATHER AND SON Run Amuck In the Staid Town of Knoxville Tennessee Knoxville Tenn July nAfter ia afeht of crime and murder almost un precedented Dr Buck McPherson ia wellknown physicianl and Miss ElIz abeth Winstead sweetheart of his Ion John McPherson aged H are prisoners at tho Knox county jail John McPherson tho son is a fuel live from justice with posses of offl cers and citizens after him In the mountainous section of Sevier coun ty where many of his relatives live Grant Smith a merchant Is dead and Deputy Sheriff William Walker Is mortally wounded while Dr Jo seph Waddell Is badly Injured Smith was murdered at the home of his wife Nettle Hall Smith In the eastern part of the city being stab bed and shot by the McPhersons Fathrfr and son lied In a buggy go Ing by the home of Miss Winstead the pretty 19 year old sweetheart ot the son She joined them In a bug gy In order to throw off suspicion of pursuing officers and tho trio drove south of the city They met Dr Jo seph Waddell and beat him Deputy Sheriff William Walker was notified and overtook them John McPher son who was Intoxicated shot Val ker tho bullet Inflicting a mortal wound Young McPherson escaped into the mountains and Dr McPher son and the girl gave themselves up FIVE MEN DEAD As the Result of an Explosion In a West Virginia Mine Bhiefleld W Va July 20n ex plosion of gas occurred In tho Dixon mine at Hager in the Tug River field last evening and as a result Er nest Jones Palmer Harris and Robert Harris brothers and John Gilmer are dead and Bill Crouse and Langdon Whiteside will die from burns and shock The men were going on duty for tho night and had started down the shaft In a bucket They had gone about half way down when the explosion occurred blowing the first five men named out of the bucket and down to tho bottom of the shaft where they wore later picked up Their bodies were crushed almost to a pulp The explosion was caused by the men having a gasoline light In the bucket while descending tho light Igniting an accumulation of gas The safety lamps are ordinarily used in entering and it Is not known why the men car vied the gasoline lamp- Kentucky Politics Louisville Ky July 18The be wllderlng situation in which the Democrats of Kentucky have found themselves during the past few days on the eve of a gubernatorial and senatorial campaign was in a measure clarified when after a lengthy caucus It was announced that N B Hayes attorney general will receive the support of the combined Black burn and McCreary forces for gov ornor The only other announced candidate thus far Is state Auditor Samuel W Hager but the lines for the fights at the forthcoming stato and senatorial primaries are by no means made up the loaders them solves being at a loss to forecast what the next move will be Gover nor BecUham some time ago an nounced himself as a candidate for the United States senate to succeed J n McCreary whoso term expires In 1909 A primary to fled out the sen timent of the voters will ho hold sim ultaneously with the general election In Novomber To Foil Lynchers Knoxville Tonn July 21George ONeal and Bruce lift alleged milr derers of William Gentry at Newport Tonn two weeks ago were brought to this city by Sheriff Booher of Cocko county to avoid possible lynch lug the feeling against the men being high Gentrys body was found In a cavo near Newport by sonic boys He was last seen In company with curt and tho officers arrested Clift and ONeal his employe After the preliminary hearing It was proved that robbery was tho motive for tho crime whoever committed it Clift ftlayed cards with Gentry and lost and was afterward seen with a large amount of money Americans Leaving New Orleans July 21Seven Americans who left Mexico because of the threats against foreigners passed through New Orleans With them wore their wives and children making altogether a party of 25 per sons Some of them said that al though they Intend to return to Mexi co if tho present anti foreign move ment subsides they do not now con eider the central and northern por lions of the country safe for Amen cans Thirtyfive Thousand Homeless Syzran Province of Simbirsk July 21The firo which was started here July 19 continued throughout most of yestorday until the whole of the city with the exception of a small section near the railway station was con sumed The conflagration has rendered 35000 persons homeless who also are without food Rent Over Half a Million London July 16 Henry Phlpps 3f Plttsburg has rented Glen Quoich Scotlands most magnificent deer forest which comprises 60000 acres The rent and expenses are over 500 000 a year Mount Etna Waking Up Palermo July 19The eruption of Btromboll continues with undlmln Ishad force Mount Etna after along period of quiescence Is emitting smoke I IoIn- egl I tlmtfife value of JjJe lnduetripr I IFftEE RIDI Given Negroes the Town W Lake Charles La- Ne Orleans July 16Thework- of a romarkablo cleaning party whlo last night placed 150 negro men and women on board a passenger trala at Lake Charles La pped themparrout of the town add Is told In despatches to the Picayune They were placed on the same train with the body of a negro who last week shot and killed tho city marshal of Jennings La and who subsequently died In Jail at Lake Charles from wounds received while attempting to avoid arrest Shortly before midnight the negro tenderloin known as tho Hole In the Wall was invaded by several hun dred white men including some mem bers of the stato militia on their way to the annual stato encampment The dispatch says House after house was visited and the inmates not even being given time to dress were taken out and turnod over to a guard Tho motley group was marched under guard of pistols to a watertank about a mile from town and a passenger train was stopped and the negroes put aboard find their fares paid as far as tho parish lino members of the guard riding that far with them Some of tho negro women were shipped away in thoir night dresses Rough on Stoessel St Petersburg July 20The com mission appointed to investigate the surrender of Port Arthur has finished its labors and recommends that Lieu tenant General Stoessel the former commander of the Russian forces at Port Arthur bo dismissed from the army and shot that Lieutenant Gen eral Fock who commanded tho Fourth East Siberian division at Port Ar thur bo dismissed from the army and undergo a years hard labor that General Reiss chief of staff of Gen banIished mander Smirnoff commander of tho Port Arthur fortress and General Vernander be reprimanded The for mal trial of these officers will take place shortly to DISSOLVE Sewer Trade Association Will Ge Out of Business Jamestown N Y July ZOTh Sewer Trade association familiarly known as the sewer pipe trust I practically entered a plea of guilty to the charge of a secret contract to limit tho production and control the territory and prices of sewer pipe be fore the federal grand Jury in this city Harry A Hall of Plttsburg at torney for the association submitted a proposition that rather than submit to the proposed investigation by the grand jury he would enter Into an agreement whereby the association would be dissolved and go out of bus iness The proposition was accepted by the district attorney Town In New Mexico Shaken Kansas City July 19A special to the Times from El Paso Tex says Socorro N M South of Santa Fe has been badly damaged by an earth quake Fifty two shocks have been felt since Sunday morning Tho courthouse Is wrecked The buildings of the school of mines are cracked and nearly I every residence In the city is crack ed or wrecked More than two thirds of them at least are damaged or de stroyed GunCotton Condemned Newport R I July IGThc supply of guncotton stored in naval mag azinea and on warships along tho Atlantic coast Is said to have shown such evidences of determination whea examined by experts that orders have been issued for its return to the tor pedo stations and the issuance of a new supply All of the condemned guncotton has been manufactured within three years Tip Killed Him Elkart Ind July 18 Larkla Pogue aged 21 a waiter at the Stan dard hotel was given a 5 bill as a tip at the dinner hour by Henry Cole of Cripple Cre k Pogue took a look at the bill then fell to the floor un conscious and died 15 minutes later in his room Coroner Dewey pronounced It a case of heart failure Valuable Thoroughbred Now York July 17Roclt Sand winner of the English events tho Two Thousand Guineas the Derby and the St Leger in 1903 recently purchased by August Belmont for 125000 arrived here from London on tho steamer Minneapolis Rock Sands winnings In his three years on the turf amounted to 228000 Suffering From Malaria San Juan P R July 17The Uni ted States crulsor Columbia sailed for Boston with 300 marines on board of whom 165 are suffering from malaria contracted at Panama whero they were stationed during the recent election there Nineteen of tho ma nines aro seriously ill Speedy Battleship Seattle Wah July 17Tho bat tleship Nebraska under direction of the government trial board wont over the course of Vashon Island The vessel developed great speed The contract with tho Moran Brothers company calls for a spoed of 19 knots Death of Mrs Pettue Selma Ala July 16Mrs Edmund W Pettus wife of U S Senator Pet tus died at her home here aged 81 rears Sho had been sick since her return from Washington at the close of tho session of congress The fu airs will be hall t s afternooa i llg n- al Tbs cott o tinerting fA WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN T413 AND ADJOINING STATES Jury In the Trial of Hargis and Callahan Return a Verdict of Nqt Guilty Feue Revived by Wedding Other Mention Beattyville Ky July ISThe jury In the HarglsCallahan trial returned- a verdict of not guilty after being out 22 minutes The case was one of the most desperately fought battles In a Kentucky court for years The men were charged with the murder of J B Marcum- In May 1903 Marcum was shut to death in the Jackson court house Curt Jett and Tom White were con victed and given life terms for the murder It was charged that they were the tools of Callahan and others Jott after his conviction confessed that ho shot Marcum and that his act was inspired by Callahan and Hargla On the witness stand however ho repudiated the confession and said he alone was re + oonsib e The acquit tal hinged largely on this repudiation Hargis and Callahan are yet to be tried in the Lexington court on a charge of killing James Cockrell under similar circumstances Feud Revived by Wedding Lexington Ky July 20A dis patch received here from Sergeant Ky states that Dick Hall and John Thornberry noted feud leaders had been shot from ambush as they rode along a lonely mountain pathway The men had been out on Halls farm and as they returned a volley of rifle bullets rained down on them from a nearby mountain side Many years a feud has existed between the Halls and Thornbftrrys Many people have been killed on both sides but for more than a year peace has reigned A short time ago John Thornberry married a member of the Hall family and since then his fol lowers had been very bitter against him claiming that ho had betrayed his clan They had frequently threatened hit life Members of nth sides are arming themselves and a battle Iii feared Each side can musfer about 40 followers Well Known Rlverman Wheeling W Va July 19Ben jamln F Goodwin 81 perhaps the oldest riverman In this section of the valley died here He was a brother of the famous inventor of mechanical toys William Goodwin who resides in New Jersey The Frolic one of Captain Goodwins first boats Was confiscated by the Southerners on the Red river when the war broke out a loss to him of over 35000 Captain Goodwin retired five years ago Bloody Clash Lexington Ky July 20A des patch from Jackson Breathitt coun ty states that at Hindman Knott county a bloody clash occurred be tween feud factions and several peo pie were killed No names or partic ulars could be secured as Hlndmai Is not entered by telephone or tele graph lines Knott county is the scene of former feud wars between tho Mul tins and Fleming factions and It is believed they have met there Held for Postofflce Robbery Columbia Tenn July 17Leo Lin del and Henry Wilkes negro boys were arrested on the charge of rob bing tho Columbia postofflce of money stamps and checks to the amount of several thousand dollars The robberies took place Friday Sat urday and Sunday Will Brown col ored was arrested for receiving stolen goods Numerous checks were found on Wilkes and ho confessed Mrs Whlteman Acquitted Parkersburg W Va July 16Mrs Hannah Whiteman charged with the murder of Ed Deever the alleged lover of her daughter Alice was acpult ted at Elizabeth Tho jury was out over 18 hours She admitted killing Deever but her defense was that he was an Improper person to associate with her daughter and thai he had repeatedly threatened to kill the de fendant Cotton Brokers Suspended Memphis Tenn July 21 Announcement was made that Armstrong Co commission brokers suspended operations It is said correspondents of the firm demanded margins of cot ton futures which could not be cover ed A member of tho firm said that the suspension Is ony temporary Armstrong Co have several branch houses in Mississippi and Arkansas IInstructed for Penrod Central CJty Ky July 16The Republican Convention held at Green ville to nominate a Congressman for Iho Third District Instructed for D fames Penrod Returns from Todd Mctcalf Logan and Butler Insure Penrods nomination His opponent Is L A Oliver of Scottsvllle Boy Wanted Clarksburg W Va July 16RI8I lents of Carrave an aristocratic soc lion of this city made upa purse of 150 in gold to be given to the first boy born on that street A dozen girls made their advent Into the wprlil on that street during the year but not i boy Refused to Appoint Receiver Cincinnati 0 July 17 United States Judge Thompson refused to appoint a receiver for the Little Kaa fcwha syndicates property im Wet Virginia The motion for the appoint pent of a receiver WUl made by John 1 Jones a Ohlcago capitalist I BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS I VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDEU IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Seth at Home and Bbread Wilt Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column Burglars cracked the postofflce sate at Crooksvllle 0 and secured 25 In money and some stamps The Missouri Retail Merchants as sociation wants a law passed taxing trading stamp concerns 5000 a year Representative Lincoln Dixon et North Vernon Ind was renominated for congress by tho Democrats of the Fourth district Lucius A Blooth 86 one of the original incorporators with Hunting ton Crocker and Stanford of tho Cen tral Pacific railroad died at Oakland CalWalter Ormond a lawyer of Atlan ta Ga fell overboard from the steamer Kansas City while en route from Savannah Ga to Now York and drowned Employes of the New York Herald were arrested charged with having deposited in the malls copies of the paper containing personals alleged to be obscene At the closing session of the Socialist and Labor convention in Lon don It was resolved to issue national appeals for funds to assist the Rus sian revolutionists- The Illinois Central railroad has declared a semiannual dividend of 3 12 per cent Tho San Lanara Philippine Is lands loper colony has organized an orchestra and gives concerts every afternoonThe Grove coal mines near Wheeling W Va resumed work with a nonunion force Strikers of fered no reslstcnce Baron Speck von Sternberg Ger man ambassador to the United States was temporarily overcome by heat while in Boston The Philippine commission has passed an act to educate Filipinos aa surveyors to meet tho demand for civil engineers caused by the transfer of friar lands At Warred 0 Charles McMillen fired three shots at Bert Fox and then turned his revolver upon himself with fatal elect Fox was only slightly Injured- R Ci Sherrard of Chicago was elected supreme ranger of the United ForestersAt Russian Poland revo lutionists executed a workman who was suspected of being a spy The czar of Russia has approved the bill passed by parliament appropriating 7500000 for famine relief Christopher Splndleman the Wind sor Ont cigar maker who shot and killed his wife hanged himself In the Jail at Sandwich Ont with his shoe stringsJohn W Clampltt who with Rever dy Johnson defended Mrs Surratt following the assassination of Abra ham Lincoln died In the City hospit al In Indianapolis The general congress of Socialist Interpkrllamentary committees open ed in London under the presidency of James Kior Hardie the Socialist member of parliament Two men wore killed and three oth era seriously hurt In a collision of two oil trains on tho Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe railroad two miles south of Plantersvllle Tex A defective switch on the i rairoad near Philadelphia ReadlnII Injury to four persons William J Bryan left London on a visit to Oxford Stratford on Avon Edlnburg Glasgow Belfast and Cork A powder mil of the Atlantic Dyna mite company near Ashland Win blew up killing three men and lajur ing twenty others Former Senator Burton has peti tioned for a rehearing by the an promo court of the United States of the case against him Albert OBrien tax collector of the borough of Totowa N J short In his accounts killed himself while omcors were approaching his house The bodies of Mrs Walter Smith Miss Eleanor Smith and Gerard Smith of Dayton victims of the rail road accident at Salisbury England arrived on the steamer Minneapjlia The east wall of the Butte Mon hotel toppled over on the Southern hqtel causing Its walls to collapse Guests had been warned of their dan ger In time to escape before the crash came Rams Horn at 9 to 3 won the Brighton Beach handicap worth 20 000 to the winner At St Louis Grover C Hartman formerly of Koyaer W Va a lineman fell dead after seizing a live wireW H Campbell 17 of Athens 0 and George GIUosplo of Berlin Heights wore drowned In the Ohio river at Pomoroy Patrolman Edward Dolby of Indian apols was electrocuted through the crossing of a live wire with tho police telephone system More than 100000 consigned to the Alaska Pacific Express company at Seattle Wash was stolen from the Roamer Ida May and no clew obtained is to the robbers At Boonevllle Miss as the result of a quarrel between Mrs Loveless and Mrs Graham over the attentions at Mr Loveless the two women are dead and Loveless II dangerously wounded i oU l17tT r i i I J yw i 1 OOPL LXTLNDED- AH Agricultural Reports Will Em ri ft i Larger Number of ProduetaV i L Washington July 1SThe biir ot statistics of the department f rlculture has so extended the e- et its work that Its reports wilt k4th after cover a far larger numfcef et agricultural products than la this past the added list Including alfatt hemp broomcorn Kaffir corn IOfw hum blue grass millet sugar Veils Canadian peas cow peas beans ea bages onions tomatoes apples Ions blackberries raspberries strawberries cantaloupes watermelons as peanuts Montana Is the alfafla growing state that coraei to the standard In that attic Minnesota takes the lead In he with a full crop Cameral shows the highest yield in jtJgar beets with 98 per cent There is a noticeable falling ort In apple several states showing not to exceed GO or 70 per cent of a full crop A Iii similar condition exists with regard to peaches Palma Means Business tt Havana July 17 President Palma has ordered that advertisements for bids for the construction of the + twelve projected railroads named la r tho socalled Van Horne law which gives subsidy of 6000 per kilometer t tor the roads shall be made la the newspapers of Havana 30 days ta bl1 allowed for the submission of prop posals The purpose of the Cubal congress to give the benefits ot thIsubsidy unreservedly to the Van Horne company In thus defeated Invitation to President New Orleans July aAn Inrlta t tlon to President Roosevelt to visit New Orleans whllo en route to Panama this fall and to participate in the na of a silver service from Louisiana were mailed by President Albert Godchaux of tho New Orleans pro gresslve union Mr Godchaux toots that he is Informed that the president may make the trip on the Louisiana Earthquake Does Damage Santa Fe N M July 17oonll erablo property damage was done at Socorro San Marcial and nearby set tlementsby an earthquake shock which was tho severest of the sot shocks that have occurred iaUlat part of New Mexico during the past two years The shocks are loom and are caused by earthnlldes ia tie Magdalena mountains Fear Feud Jackson Ky July 20yeti tie Marcum and Hargis factions have re turned here from BeattyrilU ia t dA force After the report of the atfUtV tal of Hargli and Callahan people pre dieted trouble here but the friends dJudge Hargis took precautions to guard against any possible attack from his enemies and everything looks serene Value of Clay Products UniteStates i the products of clay In tho United States in 1905 was 1149097188 II0 M against an output valued at 13 I 248 In 1904 Of the total val 11 4 1905 21778294 was for brieJ n tile and 27918894 for pottery Chinas New Railroad Shanghai July 17The and Wusleh sections of the N railway were opened Monday JTfa from Shanghai and Wusleh met Suchow It is anticipated that JMarchJ ted sections will begin July 18 THE MARKETS EAST BUFFALO Cattle Gad to choice export 5 2B5 SO shippingtsteers J4 7505 10 butchers cattle 11 SO 95 00 heifers 3 2601 60 fat cows ft H j 4 Od bulls 2 754 00 good to choice milkers and springer SS OOQISO 00 fair to good 125 0035 00 Sheep and Lambi Good to choice yearlings I COOT AO 1 wethers IS 006 25 mixed 15 2105 7I ewes at 7505 25 spring lambln 019- I 25 CalvesDeatn IO fS 00 Hop Mediums and heavy 710 Yorker 17 107 15 pigs IT l11Qt7 25 roughs II 0095 30 stags 14 0005 00 rrredU 8504 86 fat cows II 3101 60 bull 12 6003 85 aprlnitra 128 003f 10 oooj gandyearlings II nil T6 wether sheep H- J5 60 mixed sheep 5 0091 21 ew U 2501 50 Calves IT 00 down Xjra Receipts 30 care shipments light mr= ket higher Yorker IT 05 rne uw heavy n OO7 01 pigs 16 eov M Htc1osPITTSBURQCatUe Cholo i Tie i- j 100 prime 15 B05 70 tidy butchersU IOS 10 heifers n 004 CO eewtf bulls and stags I 00fi 00 fresh ewi LambsSupplyIlght+ BJ 65 good mixed 5 1001 CO fair mixed 25 0005 26 lambs 5 007 H Veal Calves 15 00e7 78 HoJf atrotjheavy7 20 heavy Yorker n 20 light York i n 20T 25 pigs 17 1007 20 ICHICAOOCattleComllloD toprl 2SId00llUTIIhelfer8 r 1 Okeestodlun to good heavy I C50a 1C Imfc weight 6 801 15 good to oholeelhea + 001WheatNo I 1CINCINNATIWhet 777cAyeN82c v Eacon10 75 Hop I STHfrTf common II 0006 70 Cattle 14 6S9t GellLamblU iBOSTON Wool Ohio and Pea rJ XUNe ashsd 2603lo unwashed delakM lIeutuckyC33cTOLEDOWhat 77Hc oom ats ito nre ilo cloverseed H t i t