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A I r i i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWStI 1 A i T ii- cc ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 0 i r VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1906 12 Pales NO 3 r j i II I forr J J7 J7 J I Look For The t Remember The 1 it f Place And tl- rr 4 I BIGRED i I Time I JJI I v r 1 JI i I I IIt a j it I I OF MODERN TIMES 1 The 15000 Stock of Shapinsky Bros Cloverport Ky I 11Consisting of Clothing Furnishing Goods Notions and Shoes must be sold in 15 days Sale opens II- Ii Thursday August 2 at 6 oclock a m and closes Thursday August 16 at 10 oclock p m I IIThe Baltimore Mercantile Co the worlds greatest bargain givers has charge of the stock of Shapinsky I Bros Cloverport Ky and same must be turned into cash in fifteen days and no longer Remember this I great Slaughter Sale starts Thursday August 2 1906 All goods will be marked in plain figures and strict III I ly one price to all Look for the big red signs Save this and see that you get everything as advertised I Ir Nothing misrepresented during this sale and money refunded if goods fail to please Below we quote you a f IA few of the many thousands of bargains to be had Iv c1 a1i fii 2l1 Mens Mens Suit Bargains t Straw Hats IfurnishingsIIMens Red and Blue Young Mens Suits in new grays worth SO 75 S 27S Mens and Boys Straw Hats at J5eIMens Fane liens Suits all wool double breasted worth Sin 407 Mens and Boys Straw lInt at Mens Good Sox 4eMensSuits all new designs actual value 1250 043 Mens and Boys Straw Hats at 1Sc tlm p Mens Fancy Sox worth 15c 7c liens Suits close fitting collars and selfretain Mens Fancy Sox worth 25c 12c ing fronts actual values 15 now S87 LOOK LOOK4 Mens Fancy Sox worth 35c 15c- Mens Mens Suits finest worsteds trod cashmeres in all ji LOOKIkinds1 Iless tl IChildren Suitst of all atworth 20cSuspenders rc colorsI of the new grays andI blues Sllt 01 0SMens Suspenders worth 35c ISc and double breasted actual v- in11ethe2Uoie1 973 j l t in tile store Ir 1- 1Mons Overalls worth 50c 380lIens Suits your choice of any n n Mens Waists worth 5qcM 38c worth 2250 and 25 at 1045ii 4 Look For the big SignsMens Heavy Work Shirts worth 50c 3Sc redfnna Blue Cotton Pants worth50c 35cMENSI11Ion s Cotton Striped Pants worth 50o ANDBOYSI AND YOUNG MENS SUITS Mens Shirts worth 75c 38c a mluesMensI 450 600 850 and 1000 to go at IMens Ties worth 50c 19c worth 595Umbrcllas1 I Mens PANTSMcnsi IMens Balbriggan Underwear 50c and 75c kind38cMENS FINE PANTS Boys Knee Pants lOc Childrens Hose lOc and 15o kind 7c1orstedPants actual value or 125 at 5 78Boys Knee Pants 18c 1 PantS worth 175 at 105Boys Knee Panty 3 11Af Now is the time to buy them and just 0 SignsFinn7 cIIcan save by buying them one month I Remember Date the Day THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1906 The Greatest Sales of All ii- and tJ Nothing will be reserved Everything in Store will be on Sale I l SHAPINSKY BROS TheCIOVERPORT Big KYJ Ti We Have EveryUnder the Management of theWe will sell ev Ithing that is Baltimore Mercantile Coerythingexaclly I iI j AdvertisedjBargain o i w w skr t3 tytt+ s a d p ii I i The Breckenridge News JNO D BABBAGE SONS Publishing Co WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1906 STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION Ashland Catlettsburg Ky August 212223 The Fortyflnt Annual ConventionI of the Kentucky Sunday AssociationI meets at Clyffside Park midway between Ashland and Catlettsburg onI the above dates A strong and attract ive program has been arranged Be sides the best talent of our own State Mr W L Pearce of Chicago Dr H M Hamill of Nashville Rev Will iam Meggison of Richmond and Dr C Humble ot Parkersburg W Va will be with us hvery Sunday Schooll of the State is entitled to representation and a school can make no wiser use of its funds Ulan to send a dele gate to the Convention He will re ceive and bilng back to his school an inspiration that can come from noI other source U the school can not afford to pay the way of its delegate then it should select some one who is able and willing to pay his own way By till means the school should e represented All official delegates will be entertained free on the payment of one dollar to the local committee on entertainment Those desiring entertainment should secure credentials from the county president or the county secretary and send their names at once to Mr W J Craig Ashland The railroads have granted reduced rates This will therefore DO a comparatively inexpensive trip and at the same time one of the most delightful and profitable any Sunday school worker can take Del gates desiring enter tainment should send name tJ Air W J Craig Ashland before August 15th For program and full particulars address E A Fox General Secretary Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Tako LAXATIVE UItOMO QuInIne Tablets JruJlIlsts refund money If It falls to euro E W OROVESsiriiaturo Is on ooc lbox 23c- A System of Happiness Unlike Dickons character Macau bar wbo was always Waiting for some thing to turn up OJve occasionally meet a fellow for whom something has alrendyturnod up Sued indivi duals are always in H hoven of content ed nappinesH and whether it be a pleasant deception jon his part or whether he really possesses such a nature the otfect is equally as bless ed Some people there are who can take prido in a task no matter how lowly It their lot has tatlen to digging ditches they assume a aort of great er than tbou II air and throw into tne humble work an individuality of sat isfied joy It they ore envious ot the hank r or lawyer in the hUlIUng above they give no intimation of the prts enoe of the greeneyed monster On the other blued one would gather from tboir an that any intimacy between thorn wonld domund a condescension on the part of the man with the shovelPerhaps such a philosophy is faulty but wo must contops that to all appearances the man in the ditch ib get ting asruiKih out of life AS the roan worrying ever his nooks and coins above Nature shifts her magnificent scenery tor the btneilt of those who will enjoy ir it is man himself that has made money a god and nowadays the tend enoy is to wake the favorite shrine Men risk lifeblood health renutu Lion friends hnt money tboy take no risks with that The philosophy of the man in the ditch is as uncommon today as it is refreshing Most of us tool that as yet nothing has turned up We place our standards upon the most favored about us and instead of en joying what we have we fret and wnine for morn 8 Prizes Awarded An Associated Press dispatch from Louisville Kv says Tho committee 5 on awards announced yesterday the prizps connected with the homecoming celebration Medals will bo awarded as follows Left state at tenderest age Mary Alice Baker 8707 Finley I avenue St Louis Mo left state atSmost advanced age Mrs Mary A Metcalfe Marlow 1 T absent from state longest without returning R H Smith Boone county Mo i travel ed longest distance Jame D Gardner Melbourne Australia i nearest kin to Daniel Uogne Miss Mattie Hender a son Fulton Mpmosl aged Kentuckian Gordon Bollpg Windsor Ill mole OA10 fG 3E1 ZjBk m yyjln KjBdYgq Haw Aluran Bought =01 r e BODIES RECOVERED Ten Peripn Killed By the Collapse tl the Amsden Building South Framlngham Mass July 25 Tho work of exhuming the bodies of tho victims of tile collapsed AmsdenL building goes on unceasingly Tot bodies aro at the morgue eight of thoI Injured are at the hospital two others are at their homes whllo the list of missing remains at four making a total of 26 who were about tho build ing when the support gave way andI sent tho tons of cement iron columns and steel boams crashing in a tangled mass Into tho basement The tottering walls and pillars andI tho banging beams and girders madeI the work of extricating the bodies not only difficult but dangerous Peace Declared Washington July 21Tho state de partment was advised ot tho signing of the treaty of peace by tho represen tatives of the belligerent republicsI aboard the Marblehead A cablegramI was received from Mr Merry the American minister to Salvador Costs Rica and Nicaragua announcing that a treaty of peace had boon signed on- board the American warship In his message Mr Merry 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 stato depart partment This message it is be lieved gives details as to tho con clusions reached and Is awaited anx j Iously by tho officials hero Tho de partment has no advices as to the details of this treaty or the extent of the settlement of the question BABY SAVED All the Other Members of the Family Were Drowned Portsmouth R I July 23By the capsizing of a sailing skit Mr and Mrs Joseph Anthony and their daughter aged four years were drowned while their baby aged one year who was the only other occupant of the boat was saved Tho baby wai strapped in a small gocart and be fore the accident an oar had been placed probably by accident so iit was wedged between the axles and the body of the carriage When tho boat capsized the baby floated secure ly In Its gocart sustained by the oarI and drifted to the Prudence lighthouse where the keeper and his wife rescued the childII Chicago July 25Tbs westorn df vision of tho Democratic Congressional campaign committee will open head quarters at the Palmer house in Chicago August 1 Final arrangements were made by Congressman Ralney of Illinois and Lloyd of Missouri who wore apolnted by Chairman Griggs of the congressional committee to direct the movement The western division will include Ohio and all northern states west of it and all states west of tho Mississippi river except Texas Arkansas and Louisiana Aged Couple Dashed to DeathIj Columbus 0 July 2C William Zinn 72 a farmer residing northwest of the city and his wife Elizabeth 65 wore dashed to instant death by tho Twentieth Century Limited Big train as they tried to drive acrossFourI tracks before the flyer in Grand View avenue Their horse was killed and their buggy completely wrecked bodies fully mangled of the aged couple wero Thoii Train Wrecked I I New York July 2Three men were killed In the yards of tho EriaI railroad at Jersey City last night when j a spreading rail sent a fast freight plunging down an embankment Those I killed were the engineer Htjrry Christ I man tho flromah Herman Moloskl and the forward brakeman Ira Pad j doclcICHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers SI SSffO 40 cows J2 754 50 bulls S 2 6094 25 tuckers and cedars n 604 ij heifers S 2 7505 25 Shoep and LambsSheep Ie 2S5 00 lambs SIII TSfrS 10 yearlings 81 28JF6 00 Calves 15 757 00 HORS Choice to prime heavy JG SOiftC SB medium to good heavy JC COtJG 75 butcher weights Jfl 30 tiC l5 good to choice heavy mixed J e 60 C6 70 packing 86 05 fffl 55 Wheat No 2 red 76tt 3W c Corn No 2 5JUO 62Vfcc OatsNo2 3 Jo EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export J6 26115 SO shipping steers II 75T5 10 butcher cattle s4 603 00 heifers sa 2S5 40 fat cows 2 254 00 bulls 2 754 00 milkers and springers 125 00 B 50 00 Sheep and LambsYear togs S5 756 25 wethers 5 605 75 mixed 5 0006 25 ewes H 75r45 Oil spring lams 5 50 ST7 25 CahcsDutS- 7 2fi7 75 Hogs Heavies 7 107 15 mediums J7 1597 20 Yorkers 7 20 7 25 piss S7 25 roughs C 0006 25Istags J4 005 00 PITTSBURO Cattle Choice J3 750 OU prime J5 5005 70 tidy butchers M 805 10 heifers 12 604 CO cows I bulls and stall JZ 004 00 fresh COWlII 125 0045 00 Sheep and Larrbs Prim wethers S5 405 50 good mixed 15 20 r8 35 lambs tl 5007 25 Calves Veal jr OQ7 00 HOBS Heavy hogs n 001Imediums 7 15Q7 20 heavy I J7 207 26 light Yorkers S7 257 30 elks 7 007 201ICLEVELAND Choice fat dryad steers 15 105 35 heifers i4 350 85 cows J3 353 60 bulls 3 C03 85II and springers J15 0045 00 heep and Lambs Good to choice spring lambs 16 757 00 Rod to choice year lings 15 756 00 wethers S5 0005 2a ewes 14 0001 25 mixed M 755 0- 0Calvesa7 00 down Hogs Yorkers I S7 10 medium heavy S7 00 pigs 17 00 tags Si G05 00 roughs 15 756 15 CINCINNATIWheat No 2 red 7tc CornNo 3 taxed 4055c OallNoImixed 3536c RyeNo2 6061e LardU 824 Bulk meats S10 00 B- aeon10 50 Hogs tC 006 91 Cattle 12 005 15 Shetp 12 7504 50 Lambs I M 0007 7- 5a08TONWpol Ohio and Pennsylva ale XX apd above S4035c X Sid No I I 4142o No2 420436 lint unwashed t 26027c unwashed delaine 2900o fine washed dtjalne S7038p Kentucky In iUna eto and Ublood 316pT- OLEDOWheat 78o corn 54o1 oats UOj rye Elo olovrued It liS OHIO WILLBE I Work Will be carted at Once Cutting Away All Sand Bars Attar three years ot persistent work on tho part ot the Louisville Board of Trade looking toward the dredging of the Ohio river between Louisville and Evansville plans now have been matured uy which the work will be started at once and oontnaocl tint j completed provided the stage oC wate- will permit 3 This information was contained in a letter received yesterday by the Hoard ot Trade from Maj J G Warren oC the United States Engineering Depart ment and opened at a meet lug of the uaard of directors This dredging id considered a matter of the greatest importance to Loaisvlllo shippers as well BN to persons living along the river between Louisville an Evansville ship their crops including grain and tobacco by moans of boats As soon as the work of dredging a completed it will moan a navigable stage of water throughout each sum mar and the largest boats that plyI the Ohio will be enabled to run be tween Louisville and Evansville al most the entire year round EH Bowen president of the Board of Trade said last night thnt thatt body had worked for almost three years in an effort to bring about that- which now seems assured The matte- was even taken to Congress but is some reason those behind the movement were able to make hut little Headway Maj Warren finally was appealed to by members of the Board of Trade and others and he promised to do what ho could Upon receipt of his letter yesterday the Board ol Di ectors of the Board of Trade placed itself on record as being Ueeply grateful to him Sometime ago the Board of Trade was informed that the Government had awarded a contract for the build inc of a large dredge boat and that as soon as is was completed It would be put in operation between Louis villa and Evansvllle This boat willI not be ready for use for more than I year however and the Louisville Board of Trade was president in urg ing that work be started at once To Begin Work at Once riMr Bowen said last night thai within the next tew days one dredge placedIEvansvillej be good news not only to the shippers of Louisville but in fns to almost everybody along the river between here and Evansville who ship1 MrIllowens of water reached in the Onto rive when only the smaller boats can operate between Louisville and Evansville This occurs every summer and as a result merchants who snip goods out of Louisville ate greatly inconvenienced Navigation during tne entire summer will mean a saving of hundreds of dollars to many people each year Between Louisville and Evansvill- are many sand oars and wnen the river lies low the larger boats are forc ed to tie up sometimes for montns Even the smaller boats sometimes be come fastened on the sand bats whic makes navigation dangerous According to Mr Bowen most ot the dredging in the Ohio river has been done above Cincinnati Provided theI work of dredging is not impeded by a unfavorable stage of water almost all the sand oars between hero and Evansville can be cut out before the summer season ends A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES PllaDruIi- ttA0 OINTMENT tullll to cnrp In 6 to 14 Days 50c Hancock County Uov Beckham will visit Hancock county some time early in September in the interest ot his candidacy for United States Senator and will make a speech HP has written his friend Senator Owen to that effect and the matter cf getting a crowd will be at tended by the Senator Mr Owen has not fixed a date but he has agreed that the Governors appearance should be at HawesvilK There is talk to the effect that a picnic would be in order to this occasion and the plan is being studied Lowisport received a per cent of the proceeds of its carnival company and made 32 on the venture Mr J P Whittinghill of Brecken ridge county a son of Mr B A WhittinghiU formerly of this county was granted licensed swprn in as an attorney at this bar on Thursday morning We understand Mr Wbitt ingbiU passed ap excellent exarnipa ilea in all branches and gives evi dance of being a Bratcabs young la- wyee ia the second applicant tRb granted license in this county under y I the gew law Edmo d Wroe being the other Both are residence of Brocuw ridge and sons of fornjer Hancock county oitlzenaClarionN- oticee to chicken reisgrat411i- 4 cures chicken cnolera and Roup and liruberneck Price CO cents NoI cure no pay Guaranteed and sold by A R Fisher Druggist LABORERS Of All Kinds the Crying Need In California San Francisco July 27The do mans for labor in California promises to exceed tho supply for many months Ilto comp Tho railroads want a large prospectiverwork and work now under way The bouthern Pacific needs 3000 men the Western Pacific 7000 the United Railways of San Francisco 6000 the South Side Electric lines building in the Santa Clara San Joaquin and Sac ramento valleys and Southern Califor nia want 2000 Tho steam railways report a demand for switchmen ware housemen and oven clerks The con structlon of San Francisco tho rail thedunusually heavy crops and development work in national and local Irrl gates and power projects havo work ed together to create a tremendous demandTho of the San Joaquin valley alarmed at the harvest outlook have appointed a commltee to canvass all available fields for help Russell Sages Will New York July 26Evart dollar of Russell Sagos groat fortune is left to Mrs Sago by a will made in 1901 except an insignificant bequest mad Ncyearsrago Tho will is to be read at the home of Mrs Sage today and will be offered for probate immediately The will will undoubtedly be contested by the relatives of Mrs Sage who willI charge that the 1901 will was made after a mental breakdown on the part of Mr Sage and that Mrs Sago exerted undue influence over him In tho distribution of his wealth Not one i n the tortttnD Is left to charity May Support Hearst New York July 25Charles F Murphy leader of Tammany Hall said that it was possible that Tamma ny Hall would support William R Hearst for the Democratic nomination cona vention He said Mind I dont commit myself I dont say that Tammany will be for Hearst I only say that his opposition to our ticket last year will not of itself make It impossible for Tammany to support him in the convention Weber to Be Hanged Auburn Cal July 25Adolph We ber who murdered his father mother brother and sister at this place two years ago In order to obtain possession 60000twas brought into court and sentenced to be hanged on September 12 Once 1before the youth was sentenced to death but his appeal to the supreme court served as a stay of execution RagingrMarquette Mich July 26 Serious forest fires are raging northwest of here The town of Birch 15 miles distant tho scono of tho extensive op orations of tho Northern Lumber company Isln grave danger and Mayor Culver of Marquette has Just telephoned for help A special train will bo rushed to Birch with the Marquette volunteerseFather and Daughter Perish Barron WIs July 27John Walla living ono mllo from Dallas WIs was burned to death in his barn which had wifehsent his little daughter out to tell him his barn was on flre and tho little girl also perished in the flames Failed to Agree jointnconference of operators and minors of the Masstllbn district adjourned sino die without reaching a district settle meat The Henderson Route To Build byI Brandenburg Railroad for Brandenburg President Attilla Cox of the StI L Texas railroad with an able corps of engineers are now at work in the river bottom just above town sur veying and looking for the bust route over which to construct a new road bed The high trestle over Doe Run creekI and the steep grade between Long Branube and Weldon is the cause for i this change Indications now srongly point to the changing of the road as to be built directly to our town There it also i strong possibilities of the road being extended to the Cement Plant at Ricnardaons Landing One of the officials said to a repre sentative of the Messenger that the grades between Long Branuhe and Kkron must be cut out and that the old road would be intersected somewhere above Irvington These aro only a few of the facts which point to the building of the road to oqr door bat they are enough to warrant na in saying that Brandenburg is about to get what she spaaerailroad Meade County Messenger u r8Pilis 9I Act directly on the liver They cure constipation 1 V1SoldWant your moustache or beard g U C KII N G MS DYE a beautiful brown or rich black Use Kr m o7oSwm oVaV co i nuVT i i fh I TAR SPRINGS OPEN For Guests Family cottages for rent Boarders t taken Good table service 12 Different Kinds of Water Engage service early to insure yourselfii 4 W Je HALLIDAY Prop J CLOVERPORT KYv Manhattan Roofing Paint 5 jjj Arrests Rust Prevents Decay m gPreparedj Stacks Fences etc w Guaranteed five veals Made onlv in black ti r Write for Particulars w THE MANHATTAN PAINT CO y- j CLEVELAND OHIO j it A Farrp Library i M ol unequalledI value BIQQLE tidaleCotnprebeaalvel ti iiooKsBY y No 1BIGQLE HORSE BOOK 1 ii- All about lIorsesa Commonsense TreatIse with more than 74 illustrations i a standard work Price W Cents No 2BiaQLE BERRY BOOK 4- All about growing Small Fruits read and learn how Beautiful colored plates Price 60 Cents No 3BIQQLE POULTRY BOOKrAll about Poultry the test Poultry Book In existence tells everything Profusely illustrated Price 60 Cents No 4BiadLE cow BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy Business new edition Colored plates Sound Common sense Price CO Cents No SBIQQLE SWINE BOOK All about ItogsBreeding Feeding Butchery Diseases etc Coves the whole ground Price W Cents No 6BIQQLE HEALTH BOOK Gttes remedies and uptodate Information A household r necessity Extremely practical Price 50 Cents i No 7 BldQLE PET BOOK 1For the boys and girls particularly Pets of all kinds and I how to care for them Price 80 CentstNo 8BIQQLE SHEEP BOOK Covers the whole ground Every age full of goodad vice Sheep men praise it Price 60 Cents Farm Journal J i Is yout made for you and not a misfit It Is 29 years old It paper great boileddown hitthenallonthehead qultafteryouhjvesaldlt Farm and the world the biggest paper of Its size In the UnitedpStales ol America having more than Three Million regular readers PARl1JOURNAL 1907Iws1mSample of FARM JOURNA L and circular describing HIGGLE BOOKS free WILMBR ATKINSON CO PDBLIRBBRS or FARM JOCRXAL PniLADBLPirrx NlN87NNlIN ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA J Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKY AND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRYVA natural paradise whore human ills findkquick reliefreached direct by the Southern Railway i lowestilPoint sea bituated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which 4s unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 R Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a Dan for theyi whole year of 5415 F And a mean relative humidity of but 65 percent For land of the sky bpoklet summer resort folder etc sendii 2cent stamp to r C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY ri- qi t G ALIN As it Gen Pass Agt ST LOWs y 4- r I J Fr r xi r + w 7r Sp na BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDEB IN THIS COLUMN t J Important Events Occurring loth at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly A ranged In This Column t i Secretary Taft will spend the rest i et the summer with his family at Mur ray Bay Canada Forrest alleged horsethlef 1 1Frank and killed by Patrolman East St Louis when he resisted arrest It is believed the assassin of Admi ral Chouknln commander of the Blacki Ysea fleet was a girl disguised In the uniform of a sailor J t i Satterfieldra partyriJi Tom Jones and Charles A Wood ruff negroes were hanged from the lame scaffold at Independence Va for the murder of Wiley Jones negro At Bellalre 0 Henry Kraft a sa loon keeper was fatally shot and his porter Mike Maxson dangerously r wounded by two masked men who at l I tempted to rob the saloon 1 Andrew L Davenport negro was r hanged at Newport News Va for the t murder of William Thomas also a ne- ro The prisoner made a full confes sloe Murdered mans life was in ured in Davenports favor for 1000 By a spark from a forge falling on a keg of powder at a coal mine near Boonevllle IndCyrnsMoody and Dan tel Reed received burns from which they died More than 100000 consigned to the Alaska Pacific Express company at Seattle Wash was stolen from the steamer Ida May and no clew obtained as to the robbers Vice Admiral Chouknln commander of the Black Sea fleet who was shot at Sebastopol by a terrorist supposed to be a sailor of tho battleship Otcha koff died without having recovered consciousnessGrand of the District of Colum bla returned indictments against the American Ice company and Chapin Sacks Ice company on tho charge ot entering into a conspiracy to increas the price of ice Secretary Bonaparte awarded the contracts 6f the two 16000 ton battle ships South Carolina ond Michigan one to the Cramps of Philadelphia and the other to the New York Ship and Engine company of Camden N J Robert Shaffer uncle of John S Phipps and brother In law of Henry Phipps the Plttsburg steel millionii aire was instantly killed when a Long Island railroad train smashed the au t rtomoblle in which ho and a chauffeurp were riding at the crossing near Say Tillo L I An overdose of headache powders is said to have caused the death of Bar ney Wolf a prominent grocer at Findlay O- Devolney Dunn proprietor of the Seneca driving park of Tiffin 0 who was attending the races at James town N Y was found dead In bed Henry Evans foreman of car in spectors wits shot to death at Pitts burg by an unknown negro who es caped Murderer detected robbing car An Infuriated mob of 100 negroes at tacked a crowd of city dog catchers h at St Louis Mo Andrew Betzold a dog catcher was stabbed and slashed Is In back suffering dangerous wounds Smiling as he remarked Tm going iIs to take all this Bert McClain 25 a Columbus Janitor drained a bottle of carbolic acid and died before medical aid could counteract the effects of the poisonAt Petersburg three young men In students uniforms shot and wound ed a paymaster and two watchmen In the office of the paymaster of the ad miralty and decamped in a cab with 12000 The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths ed Thep Is a Slseaso prevailing In this cotintrv most dantrerous because so decSo i j Itheart disease I pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance blood will attack the vital or the by kidneys themselves break down and waste to away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Isbobtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly youdcan make no mistake by taking Di SwampRoot the great kidney liver and f 1 SIt Ing pain In passing it and overcomes that JSBgoJSB o times during the night The mild and the JIrealizedf r1 r derful cures of the most distressing casescSwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by ill druggists In flftycent and onedollar I jsized bojtles You may J ofJI t coveryandabook that suddeni th- eIdneypoisoned orans l tells all about it both Jfeme PfW 111PRO it p Dent by nail Adores Dr Kilrier Co wrltingirnentiorlct I paperItte i p l1Jrme 9Rii pm ptJlirlxtHi o N Y t Ter7 bottles t Gy 1 I 1JIf1 rI Po BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found M1Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column The Great Northern hotel at Leeds England was destroyed by fire entail s Ing a loss of 750000 Fire destroyed the Washington Brewing companys plant at FinleyII vllle Pa Loss 50000 I Sapphire Inn one of the Toxaway companys hotels In Western North Carolina was destroyed by fire Despondent over 111 health James Major cashier of the Carlton Kansas State bank shot and killed himself In a room of the bank An official denial was issued regard- Ing the rumor that Major Dreyfus had been assaulted by a brother officer at the military club in Paris At Wynne Ark Mrs H A Leap trot was shot and killed and her husband fatally wounded by three mounted men who fired from the front gate Hiram Wilson noted desperado while attempting to hod up the United States mall in western North Carolina was shot and killed by Fred Sims 17 mall carrier Two men were killed and one fatal ly and three others seriously Injured in a Northern Pacific railroad freight wreck near Valley City N D H C Holmes a merchant of West Union Adams county 0 engaged 1la- a pistol duel with Policeman J L Rossiter of Cincinnati and was killed lightningvanues near Chambery France The lightning melted the bells into a solidI massThe Devonian 011 company has placed an order for 65 miles of steel line pipe and 19 miles of Iron pipe which will be laid i n the Indian Te ritoryEdward Church of St Davids 1 is dead and James Donnegan of Elm wood is fatally shot as the result of a shooting affray at Edwards Sta lion IllII Political discontent In Persia IItI again asuming an acute phase and the people are demanding the dismis sal of the grand vizier the return of the mullahs and a condiflcatlon of th I laws Republicans of Alabama have decldII ed to put a full state ticket in the field c Heavy and continued rains are greatly damaging the growing crop- n I the section of Norfolk Va Governor Ido has requested military 1 aid to pusulh the Pulajancs in the province of Leyte Philippine Islandsc James Hart a night watchman at I Portsmouth 0 was bitten on the hand by a copperhead snake Isis con dltlon is critical Joseph A Miller 44 the legislative agent of the Ohio brewers is dead In the Hotel Kalserhof Marlenbad Ger manyIt t is charged that 2663000 in tocks and bonds belonging to tho 1 Marshall Field estate have been reoII moved from Chicago to Now York tofescape local taxation The Stropiboll volcano after quiet ing down has again become violently active The ashes reached Sicily lavatpouring out of its crater and population of the island of Stromboll most excitedeIt Is announced that John D Rockefeller will return to Cleveland during the present month Much damage to wheat in shock is reported because of the heavy rains throughout southern Ohio Total amount of bids for Panama canal bonds is 445000000 or over fourteen times the amount to be sold A dividend of 20 per dent to the creditors of the tailed Enterprise Na tional bank of Allegheny Pa is an nounced For die fiscall year endldg June l10tlast the fcrbsfc income of the Sb tII ern Pacific railroad company amount to 1100000000 The works of the Singer Sewtng Machine company at Sonowlce and Bondzln Russian Poland have been destroyed by bombs Butler Styes colored awaiting elec trocutlon at the Ohio penitentiaryp made a murderous assault upon the guards but was macod so severely as 1toAugust Frickenstein farmer nEdwardsvUlea mulfty cow when he attempted take the cows calf away from her In Chicago five men were injured two of them fatally when a steel toy were hoisting to the sec ond floor of the new building au In a iana fcvenuo fell on them Warren Moody town attorney of Wyo was shot from am ush and killed He was a son of the United States Senator Moody of DakotaeTho circuit court at Toledo reversed Klndade in tho contempt pronagainst the attorneys Tra of Brown and Smith who represented the Ice trust and they were dismiss ItedMrs Azalia Th6mpklns 70 near Lorado Ark committed suicide by herti deaf Ctiarl giiiis O fcnbwh a feeieYa UonAgS 1i thehIifdllti Hy IMWlh Mftffcmi Wlfl BUM brhtfnatliBg tee rt a 1tittNi T Wtft 1itn tlll6 HOM tows IB Bavaria I I Your WantsSupplied We are fully prepared to supplyjyour wants for anything in our line withentire satisfaction Repair works one of our specialties Jewelry watches or any thing that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right IfWe respectfully solicit your patronage T C LEWIS SONH- ARDINSBURGIKY II C t t y Prof Tyler of Amherst college sal recently A man can live contort bly without Drain no watt ever existed without digestive svstem The dyspeptic has neither faith hope or chaiity Day by day people realize the importance ot caring for then dt- I gEsttOn realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists WnyM of Scotch Justice One often hears comments passed up Ion the administration of the law by local mnglstrateH but while it may sometimes leave n little to be desired It la not so glaringly crude as it often was In earlier times It is on record that the Montrose bailie after hearing the evidence In bothethe accused and all the witnesses halt a croon Tim witnesses naturally resented this decision but the ball to with his mind made up refused to budge from the po itswith time remark It dlsnu matter he hail mine business there Half u croon npalce Tho saute fonlllu was trying another In which n dllllculty arose regard Ing the nonnppearnnco of a witness The court was informed that the witness was defunct Tho magistrate who was a self made and highly suc cessful business man and who had gained elevation to the bench solely on account of his command of siller bail never heard that particular form applied to death and thinking It was flIlegal phrase called out In command ing tones Bring forward tho de funct which brought down the house Dundee Advertiser I Vamp horns This Is n vault horn said the an tiqtinry The prlco Is 40 The horn very old and weather bentcc was over six feet longlong allllIstraight like a coaching horn What was it used for the reporter t askedeIt was used to call the people to church on Sunday mornings said tho antiquary In the olden times church 1 bells werent as common as they are today They were so expensive that only the richest churches could afford them The poorer churches used vamp horns InsteadEvery 1 Sunday morning the sexton of the average poor church 200 years I ago stood on the church porch with a 1 six toot vamp horn at his lips summon 1h- ug the people to worship with hoarse 1 blares I There are about two dozen vamp f horns floating about the country Their ecclesiastical connection makes them valuable to antiquaries A Worm That Chews Iron Some years ago the engineers emtloyed on the railway at Hagan In Germany were puzzled by accidents always occurred at life Bumefplace The government sent a cow ission to the spot It was not how ever until six mouths had elapsed that the surface of the rails appeared to be corroded as If by acid to the extent of over n hundred yards The rail was taken up and broken when It was f found to be literally honeycombed by thin threadlike gray worm The worm was about two centimeters In length and about the size of n small knitting needle On the heed are two little sacs or glands filled with n most powerful corrosive secretion which Is every ten minutes when the Intsect Is lying undisturbed This liquid when squirted upon Iron renders that soft and spongy and of the color rust when It Is easily and greedily eaten by the little InsectLondon En TATbRiA a FOr liluits and Children Tfei Klni You AJ i AliiyiBH t Sears the iitiW6r t itt h A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIOI AND ADJOINING STATES Posse Ordered to Bring In Feudists Dead or AliveNegro Removed For SafekeepingFound Dead by Road side Other Mention Brlnkley Ky July 26Much ex citement prevails here as the result of an order by Judge Gardener of tho county court summoning a posse of 300 men to bring in a party of feudists dead or alive from Beaver Cheek Asa final warning to the mountaineers ISheriff Hays left Henchman for Beaver Creek where certain memberI of the Hall and Martin families under Indictment on the charge of murder have been defying the authorities for some time The Halls are at tho home of Dick Hall the wounded leader of their faction and Wyat- Martin is hiding in the mountains1 with 50 well armed men Both leaders are surrounded by armed mountain eers and if the sheriff attempts to make any arrests a fight is expected Spirited Away Ky July 27 Henry INegronegro who eloped with a white girl of Irving I was afterwards arrested cityyhero by Deputy Sheriff Beard of Breck enridgo county The destination ot tlthe sheriff and his prisoner is un known but it is thought that the negro was taken to Leitchficld Sentiment Is very bitter against Clayter in Breck enrldge county so much in fact that mob violence was feared and it wasII I thought best to remove the prisoner i to avoid lynching Found Dead Hnrrodsburg Ky July 23Mrs Sallee who deserted her husband here and fled to Cincinnati with How ard Watts was found dead about ia mile from town lying by the roadside with four of her children lying beside her The oldest child 12 testified a coroners inquest that Friday Ing in Cincinnati Watts whipped he mother and cut her on the head a butcher knife A half empty phial ij containing morphine was found in a satchel belonging to Mrs Sallee Mistook Friend for Turkey London Ky July 23Mlllnrd Mor gan was shot by Mlllard Smith near Hosklnston while they were hunting wild turkeys In the mountains Mor gan had with him a decoy which imitated tho noise made by a turkey He concealed himself In the brush ofI a fallen tree top and was blowing his whistle to call up a turkey when I hearIlngbird firedII Louisville Ky July 2One manII was instantly killed and five Injured two seriously by lightning which struck a hay shed on the Caper ton ranch seven miles south of Louis ville Dead James Spratt farm hand Injured George Baker Louis Ellmore Frank Lockert Frank Lock ert Jr Harley Lockert Spratt and the Injured were among fifteen men who had fled to time shed for shelter from the storm Cotton Brokers Suspended Memphis Tenn July 21An nouncement was made that Armstrong Co commission brokers suspended operations It is said of the firm demanded corrcspondentsI ton futures which could d A member of the firm said that the suspension is ony temporary Armstrong Co have sevoral branch houses in Mississippi and Arkansas Foul Play Indicated Memphis Tenn July 27Word- was received here that the body of Dr William Patti a wealthy river man had been found in the Mississippi river at Brooks Landing Miss Dr Patti mysteriously disappeared from is home in Memphis two months ago His sbn said that marks on tho body indicated that his father had been foully dealt with Church Injunction Nashville Tenn July 23Judge ChildrQBS of the circuit court granted an Injunction restraining all of those who claim to be Cumberland Presby from interfering in any way with the services property or judtoa tortes of the Presbyterian church known as the Cumberland Presbyterian Lynching Bee Spoiled May eld Ky July 2Allen Mathla the negro who criminally assaulted Miss Ethel McLane was spirited away rom hero last evening while a large crowd was surrounding the Jail and taken it is presumed to Paducah for safekeeping All arrangements had been mdo for a lynching Pistol Duel Somerset Ky July 23ln a fight between Marshall Wilder white and Mack Woods colored Wilder was shot and Instantly killed and Woods fatally shot The trouble came np during a gambling game Gave Birth to Sextuplets Nashville Tenn July 27At Kingston in Williamson county this state negress gave birth to six children The children are well formed and all were alive at last accountsm Kentucky Woman Drowned Hammond Ind July 27Mrs tai etL9plnUlCk c2 t Ui lJ1er Mme tihliiF c lhdrn r t r 3 n IVia Bargains Rock in TicketsII IITO COLORADO IITO CALIFORNIA Very low round trip rates all summer Special reductions September 23 to 29fVery low round trip rates all summerISpecial reductions September Ijr elusive Gne way Colonist tickets will be on sale September III15 to October 31 I IITO HOT SPRINGS ARKVery low round tripIall summer 1Illustrated IBooklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on RequestII CEO H LEE H I McGUIRE Oen Pass Agt Dlst Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O IIANIDEAL TRIPTO YELLOWSTONE PARKhSPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY ItineraryofTrip I Denver Colorado Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glemvood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and Gt DAYS IN I WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip iI of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully IIIIExpense so as to be within easy reach of all considerIIwill leave Louisville Night of IIIIForfull IrI v 1VIA Auil SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY I IAre you making at much CfT vour farm as YOU ought No tlcubt you are all you can The trouble is the laud costs too much It takes too inuh money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a lIving on a small farm or perhaps you 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 you can own n big farm where every acre of the ground is work ing profitsThere Soutbwcot along the line of the Cotton Del Route that can be bought for from f3 to f10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small CostII A trip to the Southwest would convince you Interests lay In settling there The trip can be made at very littleexpense On the nrstVGS find thIrd Tuesdays of mach month you can purchuso a round trip ticket to any point In the Southwest on or via the Cotton Belt ltoute at very Inw1rlrates Stopovers will he allowed for you to examine any locality you uralntorected In rJEJa ta7 J 9Write at once for freecopies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc LZJ- L C BARRY T P A Cotton Bell Route 82 Fcdd Building Loulsiille KyC THE FINEST CATALOGUE 4 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 pales six by nine Inches It Is printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with embossed coyer and beautifully illustrated with photos of the bUlldlnl faculty Interior Ylews specimens ot Penmanship Shorthand etc It also contains haitona Illustrations of the leading buildings of Louisville and many charming scenes from the worldfamed 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 copy today BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville THOS W DRYDEN President GEO W SCHWARTZ See KYI the Breckenridge News one year 1 Subscribe now and get one of the best papers published 4 c f 1 p r f I t BRECKENRIDGE NEWS L NO D BABBAQE SONS Publtihtns Cot TWELVE PAGES t Issued Every Wednesday i I iptionPrice f100 a year o 135 if paid at the end of year r I i CARDS OFTIIANICSover five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the ate of S seta per line Money In advance Examine the labul on your paper IfltlIs tot correct please notify us t When ordering a change In the addressI subscribers should give their old as well as the new address WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1906 For Congress lION lIEN JOIiNE- ONDISSOLUTION NOTICE Clovcrport Ky July 30 1906 The partnership heretofore exist ing between Jno D and V G Babbage in the BKECKENKIUOE NEWS is this day dissolved V G Babbage is no longer con nected with the paper V G Babbage HARD INS BURG Mrs Lee Bishop went to Louisville SaturdayMiss Baker is visiting at Bopkinsville Leslie Walker was in Louisville the first of the week Will Robertson of Ulendeane was in the city IondayI35 excursionists went to Louisville I from this plats Saturday 1 Mr and Mrs Gus Brown returned from the Tar Springs Sunday Mr and Mrs John D Shaw were I visiting in Louisville last week Attorney W K Barnes was in Lou isville last week on legal business Mlsa Myrtle Luckey of KoKomo Ind is tbe guest of Miss Lytia Ford Mr and Mis G W Beard returned home Thursday from Grayson SpringsI Frank DeHaven has begun the erec StreetdJadge Henry DeH Moorman spent Sunday at Glendeane visiting his par ents n Amos Board returned home Friday e from a stay of severalI days at Tar Springstt p Mr Charles Heston who was sudden 1 I lytafeen ill Saturday is slowly imII d r provingII C t Dr E F Day is at Niagra Falls h Buffalo and other points spending uiiII 1 fi vacation U neighborft 1 hood was in town Mondav on a bust triptit l lJlmm Baker left Friday tor ITiagra tiFalls where ne will spend a weeK sightseeingSa 1 alHenry Head of Rosetta the well i known life Insurance agent was in tbe btcity Friday P1Mr and Mrs I B Payne will leave ti j jnextweek for Owensboro where they w ttwillattend the Chaataqna alB f The Rev Isaiah ClineI attended thetjt sr f Distnct conference the ME church w 4Jheld at LeitchHeld last weekca IB F Beard and Mr and Mrs Mar j m Saturdayefrom a visit to French Lick Ind ticMiss Nancy Kinchelo returned home noMonday from Cnenanlt where she irthasbeen the guest ot Mies Roberta BrodiE dll ret fj Henry Eskridge of Louisville was ye 1 the guest of Mr and Mrs Morris Esk I1I j ridge and other relativesSatnrday and l fat Sunday jJf Tbe town council will widen thec wo alley running from 8d to 4th street fI1eatthe residence of P Morris Beard i fifteen feet appointedl7 ELo4 church Sunday School at the State SS onOnto be held at Ashland this prmontheelf a inaf eTreasurer Henry M Bosworth will atc heldmoBosworthisleMoormane JJ- ad H Calvestons Sea Wall Me makes life now as safe in that city as to 1onthe higher plan E W Qocdoe son who resides on Dutton St in Waco Iant Tex needs no sea wall for safety HoI too writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past Ffiveyears and it keeps me well and I I Eel safe Before that time I had a cough IpJwhiob for yearn bad been growing I worse Now Its gone Cures chronic t Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Corigh and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed I at Severs Drug Co Price COo I and100 Trial bottle free 7 I EKRON LOSES 1 TO IRVINGTONr By 3 to IJolly Lyddan AndII- r Shacklett Make ScoresPiggott And Craycroff Pitch Irvington Ky July 2SSpecial 1 Esrou loses to Irvington by 8 to 1 playI ed a good game of ball here today on the Irvington Grounds No one succeeded in getting to first for the first two endings but in thf I third the Ekron pitcher gave f Roblson base on balls Edwin Jolly followed and knocKed homerun bringing in two men MIKe Lyddan followed with another homerun making Irvington 3 ShacKlette made a score tor ERrou Piggott pitched for Irvington and Craycroff tor Ekron The Finance Committees Address The dark tobacco crop now growing is In acreage about 70 per cent of the ten year average in Breckenridge- The condition as compared with the ten year average is not exceeding 85 per cent Not a good stand i uneven and much of it badly in the grass and weeds This is the third short crop of dark tobaco in succession and gentlemen you had it in your power to make it bring any price you may see proper to put upon It lint you say why have yon not done it are now Well uiy friend you yourself know the why You have been dumping your stuff on the market and by so doing you have supplied them with enough to do business on i Give us all the tobacco grown in the Green River district this year and letI us have absolute control of it for a period of eighteen months and then if we do not dispose of it at a SatlstnoI tory price you may reasonably and justly ask us why Gentlemen let ns try the experiment jnst once Let fairy man in the county who is growing or who controls the sale ot a pound ot dink tobacco come toiward and pledge the handling and sale of same to committee whom ho will have a voice in selecting Why notT We are in a position to advance Ton more money on your tobacco than you sold it for before we commenced pooling and more than you will ever be able to soil it fcr if we stop pooling Now gentlemen one half ot theI tobacco growers cant afford to takejj their tobacco out ot tbe market in or der to make a market for the other halt We must have the cooperation and assistance of every dark tobacco grower in the county You old slimy dumper tear loose tram your anuient moving for if you think you can use the sacred benefits of our organization at our expense you are very much mistaken indeed 1 In the sale of the present growers crop you will take a stand with the organ ization or the organization will take a stand with you In other words we will all pool or else we will all dump I A meeting of the dark tobacco grow ers of Brenkenridge county has been I called for the first Monday in August to meet in the court house at Hardins burg to determine which way the wind blows This will be tbe last effort ot your J unless you display some I little interest G S Wilson E B Oglesby Silas Miller FI nanoj Committee Atmospheric and Water PrereEThe earths surface is the plane of demarcation for atmospheric and water pressure The barometer Indicates Increased pressure as we go down In mines and decreased pressure In as cending In the air Water also IncIn pressure as directly as the distance beneath the surface of the lea The atmosphere tins no known difference In composition at the greatest 1 heights observed It Is Its lightness or rarity that affects the lungs at great heights The Unanl WaJJ Whats the cause of the coolness between the Bllklnsand the Fllklns fam Ules 1 J Young Dllklns became engaged to of the Fllklns girls Yes1 And now each family thinks its oftII spring Is getting all the worst of It London Lady 1 The Peril of It A lady at whose house Leigh Hunt was dining solicitously said to him I1tc dessertDont I you ever venture on an or saga rI should be delighted to do so my butImIIIs Previous Existence GutherzLook here Zapter do you believe In the transmigration of souls Zapfer No Do you GutherzMost certainly I do and I am thoroughly convinced that I was an ass at the time I lent you that ten pound note LoodCQ Telesrapa I REPAIRING COURT HOUSE Judge Moorman Making fcxten sive Improvements About the Building and Yard at County Seat HardinsbnrgKy July 81 Special Judge Moorman is making extensive repairs and changes at the conrt house and about tbe grounds In the circuit madethnjudges stand as you face the entrance beenavarnished and the walls painted a sky blue He has also lIaa two walks con structed to tbe cistern in the yard These changes Improve the appearance I of the yard and court house very ranch ADDISON Mr and Mrs W G Barrett and family of Owensboro have come to the Burks home for the summer The ladies of Holt Chapel will organ ize a Sunshine Society and will try to raise funds for a new carpet for the churchMiss Pattie Doll of Louisville is the guest of Miss Elnora Lewis MrLD Addison spent Sunday at his I home here Lulia Fella who was quite sick for several days is improving Mrs Wm Smith of Owensboro is i visiting Miss Forrie Hardin Eddison and Mary Gibson have been sick for two weeks Miss Elnora Lewis entertained Thurs day afternoon in honor of Mtss Doll Miss Lewis is a charming hostess Those from a distance who contribut ed to the improvements of our church were Mrs Jas G Stephens Mr and Mrs Morgan Fountain Mr and Mrs T J Minary A D Minary Mrs Walker Board Mrs V Molt Mrs Jas I 1 klllman and Miss Maria Watkins Pansy w READ THIS Ripley Tenn June 1 1101 Dr E W Hall of St Louis Mo Dear Sirs Having tried various reme dies without satisfactory rcsnts I was persuaded to give your Texas Won der a trial 1 have used one bottle and although my case is one of long standing that baffled the skill of thii hest physician yet it yielded at once to The Texas Wonder which 1 heartily recommend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Yours truly T W H BURTON Pastor Baptist Church Ripley Tenn A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes semi anal emissions wear and lame backs rhenuiatismand all irregularities tbe kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for test- Imonials Sold bv all druggis- tsGARRETT Mrs Charlie Price of Brandenburg spent last week with her mother Mrt J H Shacklette Miss Lottie McDonald of Louisville visited her aunt Mrs Francis Ritchie last week 1 Miss Lena Ritchie spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ina and Ola Osborne of Rineyville Joe Scifers and family were guests of M D Scifers of Rineyville Sunday Miss Dora Funk went to Garrettsvllle Tuesday to attend Ministers meeting Miss Nell Henry of Salem is visiting Miss Mabel Foushee Fayette Shacklett was the guest of Lou Shacklett Thursday Bernice end Mary George Vertress of Vine Grove are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett Francis Ritchie and family and Miss Lottie McDonald spent Saturday with Jim Coleman and wife of Hill Grove John Whelan of Stithton was found j dead in bed Friday morning and was buried Sunday at St Martins Catholic 5 church at Flaherty Mr WhElan once lived near here H H Harrington had his leg broken by a horse kicking him Miss Amanda Sipes of Louisville is visiting her father John Sipes- R H Dowell has his residence com pleted Mr Robt Polk hasTetnrned from a SpringsInd IRV1NGTON The Ladies Aid and Missl nary Society of the Irvington Baptist church gave a successful Lawn Fete ice cream supper slid auction on the lawn of Mr MM T N McGlothlan last Friday evening 132 was cleared Miss Eva McGlothlan spent several days in Louisville last week visltin and shopping Roy Moorman spent Sunday at Glen deone with his parents- A 0 Marshal of Guston who is with his parents Mr and Mrs G T Marshal is very sick I C T Marshal and family returned Saturday frpm a two weeks stay at Tar II SpringsMrs W J Piggott was in Louisville severalI days last week Miss Maggie Carter went to Louisville last week to visit her sister Clara Carter who is now named Sister Mary Raymond of the Secred Heart Academy Lewis Moorman of Florida and Miss Willa Drury spent Saturday and Sun day in Brandenburg the guests ot Miss DittoMiss Lenah Lewis of Brandenburg and Miss Viola Lewis of Louisville iii with Mrs S B Parks for a few days Rev Roe and family spent last week with Mr and Mrs John Cox Mrs Ellah Walls left Saturday for New Haveu Ky for an indefinate visit among relations and friends Little Miss Hallie Beard of Hardins burg spent last Friday in town Miss Margaret Blanch Jollyof Bewley ville will be with Mrs R M Jolly for several days Mrs J B Biggs has been sick for several days She is improving Master James Drury of Brandenburg is spending the weelt with Lewis Bennett Moremau Mrs W L Cox and little Cathren went to Louisville Wednesday to be the guests of Mrs Tom Ditto for several daysMrs W B Gardner left Friday for Chenault where they will spend several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs G B Cunningham Mrs J K Bramlet and children went to her old home Monday at Little Bend Ky for a months stay In Self Defense Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitntinalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four year ago by Piles bought a box of Bnckiens Arnica Salve of which he says It cared me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer ofI Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c at Severs Drug Co BEWLEYVILLE I I Edwin Foote Louisville is visiting his parents Roy Cain is putting up a large tobacco barn on his place Quite a number of our people attended the all day service at Rosetta Sunday Frank Stith Louisville spent Sunday night and Sunday with B P Hardaway Miss Florence Cain of Nortons In firmary came home today for her vaca tier Mrs B Franklin Hardaway o Goergia Is with B A Hardaway for a visit Miss Blanch Jolly aspent two days with Miss Claire Jolly Irvington last weekJesse Payne and family of West Point are visiting his father M P PayneA of young people from this place spent Saturday at the Sulphur WellsMiss Mary Triplett who bus been visiting her sister at Grrfield has returned home Mr and Mrs Fletcher Blanford are the happy parents ofa 10 pound boy born Sunday July 20 Misses Minnie and Katie Smith of Guston spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs P N Foote Misses AJa and Margreute Stith entertained a party of their young friends very pleasantly Friday evening Miss Marian Lee Cain who has been visiting friends and relatives here for a couple of mouths has returned home In Indianapolis Ind A Mystery Solved uBow to keep oft periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipa tion tea mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money reloaded Only 25cat Severs Drug Co i Andrew Crawford Jr of Stepens port was in the city last week Official Program Masonic Picnic HardinS gburg Aug 4 1906 J 000 a in Grounds Open 630 Starting of the MerryGoRound i 700 Arrival of regular train from Fordsvilleff 814 Arrival of special train from 830 Opening of contest for Free Trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto Canada ii 845tt Sale of Tickets for Parlor Suit begins r iJiS 915 Prize 5 patent churn awarded for the heaviest dozentt hen eggs 930 Cake Contest decided three prizes Ladies Hand Pur ef5 Hat 250 in gold t 945 Horse Colt Show 10 and 5 r 1010 Mule Colt Show prize 10 t 1030 Prize 5 Lap Robe awarded best team of horses 1050 Arrival of Gov Beckhrm on special train j k 1050 Arrival of Judge Slender on the grounds IIII 11 a m to 2 p mDinner25c i 130 p m Fraternal Address by Gov Beckhamii 200it Baby Show two prizes 215 Prize awarded to most popular young lady r 230 Prize awarded to the ugliest man 1 245tt Prize awarded to the Largest Family present Familyt 301t0 Mule itoiij 415 Five Dollar Hat awarded to the best rifle shot 500 Contest for free Trip to Niagara Falls and TorontoIj I Canada closes i Awarding of Parlor Suit to winner 1 748 Departure of train for Fordsville Music all day by the Hardinsburg Military Band IIj j PATESVILLE Mis Allen Jarboe is illat this writingMrs Millard Compton was ill a few days of last week J W Lynch returned from Owensboro Tuesday of last week Miss Anna Baker and brother Tarvin are visiting relatives near OwensboroOscar went to Dukes Sunday the guest of Jerry Bash w amMrs J Martin and children of Brazil Ind are visiting her brother Chas Gabbert of this place Otis Kinder of Tobinsport attended the icecream supper at this place Saturday evening Lafo Jarboe and familyattend ed the birthday dinner given at the home of Hodgo Powers and family Sunday at Goering The ice cream supper given for the benefit of the Patesvillo Bap tist church on last Saturday oven ing was well attendedowing to the conditions of weather financial affairs wore also good Mr and Mrs M W Harmon Misses Mollio Fawver and Emma Clark Messrs Vernon Lynch Kirtley Kincaid Matt Jarboe and Odis Kinder attended Childrens Day service at Bowlings Chapel SundayMisses Carrie Basham and Flora Newborry Messrs Alex Powers Leon Campbelland Homer Tiijdle of Dukes attended the ice cream supper at this place Saturday evening Tirvo Hatfield died at his homo of typhoid lover on last Wednes day afternoon and was laid to rest the following day at the Bethlehem Cemetery His daughter Miss Mina died of typhoid fever ten days previous to his deathand was also buried at the Bethlehem Cemetery MATTINGLY Born July 22 to the wife of Frank Kennedy a fine ten pound girl LE ROY PLOWS J TheydrawstonyThey 4I Leof r ll CONRAD PAYNE 6 CO Cloverportrr Otis Taul who has been sick for t several days is out again Samuel Rico of Pisgah is quite sick i Will Mason of Pisirah is having chillsA little childof Mr and Mrs Chester Bivin is very sick Owen Laslie is sick Mrs John Matthews and two children of Pisgah are sick MISS Baker of Hardinsburg Is teaching the Pisgah school 4 Miss Ililla Howard and Charley f 1Cloverport1 Mr and Mrs James Mattingly and two daughters of Marshal Tex visited relatives here and at McQuady last week The picnic given last Saturday for the benefit of the Balltown school was a success Mr and Mrs William and sister Miss Nolia Johnson of Clovorport attended the picnic and were therguests of Mr and Mrs Sam LasH j J Miss Nannie Ryan of PisgaJJ attended the picnic and was 2 a1 guest of Mr and Mrs C H H bloton Saturday and Sunday JJ- Mr and aria Will Brickey and children of Vanzant attended the J picnic and wore the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs John EII Brickey tl i Mr Jennings with a grader and force of men are at work on ourii road and getting them in a splen u didcondition r l The wheat thresher is in our t neighborhoodand the yield of wheat is reportedsatisfactory Several of our young ladies 1 visited Madame Logaton lasttThursday in order to have theirj future destinies revealed to them I iu I 1 Groves Tasteless Chin Tonichas stood the test 25 yens Average Annual Sale over One mid a Hall bottles 5QEack 1 tt- iJ W i 1 t 1ii p v II P i II 4 h 1 I NEWSITWO t MADAME JUSSERAHD LUBRICAX GIRL WHO MARRIED A FRBXCIIMAX XOtt AV DIPLOMATIC SWIM I French Ambassador at Washington Given Iosltioi Largely on Account r of Wifes NativityNew Embassy DuJdlnZ Projcted hethervluchigJy proven by the married life of Madame Jussoruud the American wife of the French Ambassador att Washington Indeed M JusscrnndI was selected by the Government of Franco to act as tho accredited agent 1ii s Sumheadquarters e fact that ho had an American wife who It was believed Auld be of great assistance to him In handling any negotiations which might have ton nationsMadame Jusserand although Am orlcnn born spent most of her life mFrancei l exUetromwas duo to the fact that her father Mr Richards was an American bank er In Paris and thus his business In terests compelled him to reside almost capItnlonthospealsPrench J I doesEnglish admirationforx lieIstrnns13tI I I worlsIntoWashington M Jusscrand andhls wlfo orDenmnrl n a JroernmentIllsdecided advance In rank and carries with It a big Increase In salary AN INSEPARABLE COUPLE- r r Ynnlohelpmateshin thnM thw nn nnlfdlnnl r L wrapped up In each other Indeed when tho French Ambassador visited Hhe St Louis Exposition alone by pason of tho fact that Madame Jusse accompanyIng r fprohend It was the first time In their married life that they had ever been I daysMadame dark complexioned and In many respects r typicalUt betMover In outdoor life asa source of health and pleasure When In Washington I or at their summer homo on the coast of Massachusetts she n id her husband dally Indulgo In long walks and spend hours playing tenn- illtlIadame4i Jusscrand Is a most charit ably disposed woman and since her arrival In America has constantly but llJ causesJberi1yiJ1att tNEW FRENCH EMBASSY hTI1 fitting tip n now f Trench Embassy at Washington that will be In keeping with tho dignity r of our sister renubllc For years the branch office of Franco In tli- yi United States was located In an ok ait Porterlelltl1blllhment i ntll1e15hlrhPrcsldenttitter its election ns Vlee Prnalfln- t t t w and before be hAd any thbuebt that i he would he called upon to go to the blres 1 residence In the city on she Potomac I u48 11 tI 0 r However the government at Paris recently purchased a good slzed tract of ground In the most desirable section of Washington und will erectt thereon n splendid embassy home of Its own Madame Jusscrand being an American woman and thoroughly conversant with the wants of Amer fun women and Yankee conditions oft life In general has been able to give the French architect who journeyedI from Paris ninny valuable pointers as to designing the new house nod she furnishingspcess than could a Frenchwoman no waydIINSURANCE SIDE LIGHTS Methods Employed for Gouging the Hard Worked Agent During the recent scandal and the airing of Insurance methods In general which followed one of the tenderest spots of that business was left un touched It Is the system known In the parlance of Industrial Insurance workers as arrears and advances The taking of arrears and advances occurs weekly on the book of every agent when the agent must pay for each week on dress policy which Is sbeyond the grace period allowed by the company namely four weeks enllYtoposed rules but the cancelling of a policy or policies might precipitate claimIng to pay further special salary until n sufficient number of substantial appli cants are approved to offset the can cellations So It may seem expedi dollar to lose the prospect of receiving fifteen therebyborrowslarge rate of Interestone dollar for the loan of fifteen for one week and hentollowhlJGradunlly comes a case of the Spider and the Fly Unless ho be an uncommonly good tho writer or an exceptionally wary man n nl tltn nn1 11a finallyforcedfollowed by another whose experience j Is most likely to bo a repetition of his predecessors This stupendous gouging system 1U startling In Its vastnes for about Jwo hundred thousand men nre engaged III ils vocation thoughout time country as agents and tho amount of money thus obtnlneJ by ono company alone employing about fifteen thou sand men Is upwards of one million dollars annually The officials resort to many methods of Intrigue to pre vent the real mission of te arreirn and advance manipulation from be coming apparent to tho agents among which Is tho tacking of placards In tho offices forbidding agents to pay on In Burnnces which Is beyoni1 the com panys grace period To the expert ended agent t reads we know you will pay- sWhy this subtle system of graft has remained almost unmolested for 5 more than thirty years Is u nubject for conjecture JNcvcrThere are many different kinds Is eIranimals that never In all their iirrtinsip so much as n drop of tUIe r East Many naturalists believe that the only moisture Imbibed by wild rabbits Is derived from the green herb ago they catQi Ocean steamers cnrrv from six to ten cats whoso duty In to keep the passengers quarters free from mice and rats It the cats are not rat esters they are dismissed cI SOUTHWESTS SMALL FARMS1 WONDERFUL CROP FROM A MXGLE ACRE OF GOOD IRRIGATED LAND Instance of a Man Who Makes Good Living and Lays by tour tiunurea Dollars a Year ho fear of Uroutn or failure WILLIAM 3 SMTTHB Callt fornia Is a laud of big farms Frim vote estates run all the way from ono thousand to one hundred thousandJ acres It was ouce proiitaule to furui rust areas In gram Although this volley Is blessed withI most abundant water supplies Irri gation Is not generally employed There Is little rainfall from May to November yet grain and deciduous fruits are grown without aruuclal r1fl liWlt moisture nut the big farms are n prosperous They are largely col rated by tenants and nro strangely devoid of features which make the true southwestern farm one of the most delightful homespots In the world The men on the land sell they produce and buy nearly all tb alley consume And so they pay tribute to others going and coming- I have been visiting a farm In C Sacramento Valley which consists of ono single hero of irrigated land nnd which makes n better home and larger net Income for Its owner than many of his neighbors enjoy on places of thousands of acres each The little farm Is at Orlnnd In Glen Count nnd Is the property of n man nnm I Samuel Clocks who has grown nnd gray while tilling It for tho pa thirty years I Mr Clocks tells me that he has po difficulty whatever In making n com fortable living from this one acre of Irrigated land Not only so but ho Is able to save an average of four hun Bred dollars n year beside Ho li money to loan ns well as fruit ve tables nnd poultry products to sell those who are getting poorer evem year In carrying on big farms wltho Irrigation I was so curious to kno how ho could got such good results from so small nn area that I askThim to give me a list of what t place contained Here It IsION A SINGLE ACRE tarn and Corral apace75x75R- abbit feet Hutch = IxEHouse nnd lorcbllI30 x 30 2 Windmill Towers each1Ox10Garden 46 x Ol Blackberries IO x PO Strnwberrieaai x OO Citrus Nursery In which there arc 2300 budded orange lemon maid lime trees i 00x08 1 row of Dewberries100 feet IonIC 4 Apricot trees 2 Oak trees 3 Peach trees o Fig trees 10 Locust trees 30 Assorted Roses 20 Assorted Geraniums 12 Lemon trees bearing seven yenta of dand1 Limo tree nine years old nnd heRring from which wern sold last year 100 dozen limes 8 Bearing Orange trees 4 Breadrult trees 5 Pomegranate trees 1 Patch of Bamboo 41II 3 Calla Llllles 4 Prune trees 3 Blue Gun treolI0 Cypress trees 41 Grapevines 1 English Ivy 2 Honeysuckles 1 Seedbed 1 Violetbed 1 Sage bed 2 Tomato vines 13 Stauda of Bees ERA OF TILE SMALL FARM crImoaaidacres much lean a single acre would have been considered a dreamer or a greenhorn Now how over all through too Southwest In eent sections of California and Arl1 zona share the nun Is warm the noil1 deep mud fertile and the water for ample little farms are mink for their owners more money thanI i ninny of the big ones Two three Ave anal ton acre tracts closely antI thundredsj II t mines Some of the communities of nn hprn Cnllfornla romnnsed of the n little ranches resemble tho suburbs of vlllnire so doss are thee form motion Arizona Is not BO far along In this class of settlement because It Is n newer country but tho enthusiastic Sl rlnlm Is made for many pasta of the Territory tbat the climate and grow Ing conditions are superior even to those of southern California There is a great future for this southwestern soulSI e wonderful ruins show It to have been unkuown centuries ago The Wanderer Returns It was old Uome week and the re turned sons and grandsons had beet telling with more or less pride of the changes time had wrought for them A I last Edward Jameson spoke 1 1 wont away from here twenty years ago a poor man with only ont I solitary dollar in my pocket I waikel- the four tulles Irate my fathers farm to the station and there I begged LastI night I drove lute town behind a i spirited pair of lion os nod my porn guess how much my purse holds In money today besides a largo check and Mr Jameson looked about hitI with u brilliant smile a o ttIt A hundred shouted the boys filled with admiration No sold Mr Jameson drawing large flat purse from his pocket n he the dames had subsided none of you has guessed right When I paid tho tinfreshing R0lietnctlyojto stay Any little jobs of aatt ln and splitting will be gratefully re celvcd Youths Companion Cresssalwirasit Mr B drove up In n hansom and entered shop accompaniedmy hy inn I valet who carried nn oblong box of sled Mr if asked for n private Inter view and I tools him Into my ollice There ho opened tho box exposing splendid array vfi diamond j1 froAastoutge IotoabroadA exJlthem with good Imitations selling the rmll jewels and giving mi the money his of e Is to be n confidential heransaction Mrs B Is to know noth Ing of It I looked nt Mr B I think I blushed n little My demur sir I said I should bo glad to do what you ask but It IIs Impossible Two years ago Mrs II called here on the same errand that now brings you mill thin errand In pastsjewelsI little more than time bird of the hansom awaiting you outside I 7c Liked the Game A seedy looking Individual ap pnrently from tho rurnls entered Flockners barber shop ono day lust1 1IItlll1lhIlcantold Charley he wanted the whole works After Charley had trimmed him up till he would have passed for Leslie Nlblack ho woke him up Hair cut says the sleeper drown y lIyI AI Hairs cut says Charlie sit Shave says he still half asleep of Done shaved you 6 rimYouveShine 6Itcen stained Ar Neck shave Pt Already boon there Slngo hair Ire burned It The customer settled down In the until ho was sitting on his neck notnd says Pull u toothnseThe Other FcloJvopeThe butcher thinks the baler has an would easy time through lICeITho baker thinks tho doctors path Is trop over free from strife And tlIlSIts tho other follow ovary time that has the easy job needs Football as Played T hear your son has been winning high honors at college He has Indeed He has been a eral quarterback n halfback a fullback and now which YeS what la he now said the a speaker eagerly ships Now replied tho other lies a the hunchback It THE ARMY TRANSPORT PACIFIC SQUADRON IS A MODEL FOR IIAXDLIXG TUB GOVERX- MEXTS TROOPS fmmmm Private Steamship Companies Said to be Unequal to the Tusk of Transt porting Soldier Uoys The Cost iis Greater nrmJtrallPhilippines and Intermediate points t Lrlratlo I ness which is now being done by the thotDuriig the lust fiscal year time Shorli data Sherman Thomas Logan uu DU curried to Honolulu tjuain nu Manila JMOOO passengers llVnoo tOUR of freight SmusulI pounds of Unite d States mail and I7s000 in United States money besides a considerablel amount of Philippine pesos coined ini the San Francisco mint and in Jan uary 1005 till schedule was doubled that Is Instead of ono sailing n moot there are now two The army prefers to do Its frel lit and passenger business onownI 01aeiflcPrimarily private companies secur- Ing contracts could not furnish the ser vice desired without specially Cot structed vessels an expense whichi though demonstrated absolutely necoH nary by experience they would not undertake owing to time uncertainty of the traffic Secondly the present service Is found store economical the east of operation last year amounted to iiO 000 less than the lowest estimate pre seated by any of the private con cents bidding for the business Lastly the exigencies of the service which might nt nay moment demandi the rapid transportation of large ship ments of troops and supplies woulde necessitate the holding In reserve of considerable nuiniier of voxels an Impossibility to a private steamship company which Is forced by competi to oporato with strictest econnnm COMBINED COMFORT AND CAPACITY theseIIaverage transport Is nl typo of marine construction Individual1 While exteriorly It has n appointments of a modern ocean steamer it differs essentially IIn Interior nrrangoincnl The trans portation of largo number of troop 700r1 part mileage lying within tho tropics demands the best possible ventilation anti sanitai lion The sleeping accommodations for soldiers nre between decks and tho puryiosIsberths in tiers of throe one above the other male tho ponce resemble n giant honeycomb Shower laths rend1 Ing and recreation rooms are pro vided and n regularly equipped lioni l e Borgj11 m the army Medical Corps and the Iu such ns are provided for steer passengers on the Pacific and 1C vessels so equipped were owned nnd by a private line that line be long In getting rid of them the army be suddenly recalled the Islands Furthermore the Imttoryorfor which private steamship companies intro very little use lIytbeno comment 1shestonJanunrStaff of the Army to too Senate Committee on Merchant Marine In It wall stated that to embark division would require ten OG00 ton and nine GG10 ton ships With strength of the regular army two divisions could bo made ready to ems I bark In fifteen days Assuming this ratio It would require to strike tho first quick blow of u force correspond ntiwuntie and more than me entire ton tinge of the Pacific It Is doubt tohold 1 port two divisions ou a fortnights notice The Quartermaster General gave It as his opinion that In view of the futile efforts of the Quarter masters Department to obtain suitable transports from the merchants marine In 1SOS for the transportation of the army to Cuba and of the further fact that when withdrawn from regular line service the trans ports can not be advantageously Bias posed of owing to their peculiar In visadofdanddlyl available for any emergency which may arise requiring the transportation of troops on the ocean Since the twotlr itIItrnnflJlortttot exception of the Dlx PACIFIC FLBBT A MODEL The army has built tip Its Pacific transport fleet after long mid trylnu experience mood It IIs generally conced thllr1lnllgovernments bore asked for and re dived espies of the specifications hnsIIlell t consignment of mules shipped to Mna anxietyEvery hellybnnlllm InMnnllndolIlir 011thll JAILtHenryCWhen Alexander Borkmnnn loft time Allegheny County prison III May last forJl1 rOIlI1lhlmRlreight languages IsThe years behind prison burs here converted him from an avowed an urchlst to n student and philosopher hothHfrklllnllllstashed the nation during the drays of the great Homestead strike of 1892 Mr Frlck was one of the managers of tho steel Industry when It grappled In tho gigantic struggle with Its workmen Berkman t was BO radical at the other endI of the seals that ho was classed as n lending anarchist Industrlnl lrIrlrkt h U I i vhug to complete the work with a ding jjcr Overpowered before he could accom push his full purpose Berkmann was athl8yeartermnttempttoriworkhouseconcealeddemidly Once behind prison bars have up all his leisure time to study At tho beginning of his term he could rend and write English and German Dur- Ing the first years of his Imprison ment he eagerly perused nil books In those languages that ho could secure In course of time he mastered the Slavic Polish and Hungarian lan guages anti also acquired a good gen andI u Af 1 r ii 4 i jr r he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 181006 i 1 utts PiUs OR TORPID LIVER- A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is BO better remedy for these common diseases than DR TInTS proveTake W K Doret is siok E C Babage leaves to day for the South Byrne Severe has returned from Chicago S Emmett Gregory of Fenley was in theicity Monday f Albert Adams was at home from Louisville Sunday Mr Chas Babbage WitS here trom Owensboro last weeK Miss May Heyser has gone to Basin Springs to visit Mrs Kate Bennett Mrs Chus Hall and son David I Owen were lin Henderson last weekI Mrs Ben Rldgeway and Mrs J T I iattingly went to Louisville Sunday Miss Maja Eadaley of Nebn is the guest of her sister Mm B M Carrie Jno D Babbage has returned from weeks outing with the Kentucky I sea C B Miller has ordered his paper anged from Hopkinsville to Eddy lie Rev Everett English of Stephens rtwas the guest of Miss Reba Lewis st week Irs A A LaHiest and sons baes and Al Hen en have returned toI W AlbanyIrev J T Lewis is attending theI ptist encampment at Chautnqna ensboroIties Maud Polk and Rrba Lewis I go to Louisville Mondav night on I Morning Star iliss Della Wicchell of Tobinspnrt ho is visiting in Illinois will return nome n two weeks i Holton Ditto of Brandenburg was guest of Mrs Jno D Babbage and Monday4 teMiss Katherine Moorman has been Louisville two weeks visiting her Mrs Joe Harpole I V Mr Jno Wendelkin and son and r lI daughter George and Miss Verlie have I returned home from a visit in Ohio t Miss Mable England of Tobin r jrt attended the dance at Acme kllat Canneltnn last Thursday even q The car knockers at the Shops went j y work last Tuesday morning They nine to a satisfactory agreement as t- lt l pay i tfAfA Itily Keith daughter of Rev tt A Keith of Owensboro Fla l her uncle J E Keith and family Miss Mildred Babbage and Mr E Mr1ang last weeks Seashore Excursion Atlantic City I and return Aug 20 trom Cloverport 1 1025 return limit 15 days from Ifdate of sale rollyjiand attractive daughter of Rev and Mrs J T Lewis of this city i 1 visiting Mrs Kate Bennett at Basin Springs f Misses ZeUs Arms and Zella Mc Isl Call will leave Friday for Leaven e worth Ind where they will visit be- foreir returning to their home in iLeitchneld Win Dnnn is on the rock pier at the city jail serving oat two lines of i 10 each tor disorderly conduct Bert Beayin is also confined for participat 4 lug In a light Minor Compton GarHeld Jame- WltbersKirk I and Bate Herndon Irv ington wer among those who attend ed the Fifth Sunday meeting There were about twentyfire delegates from k afar LoalyilleSt Louis Excursion rot 8 Cloverpnrt to St Louis and return on train No 145 leaving Sat nrday night at 1111 Ang 18 bood etnrnlng to and including night trait- iti tiout of St Lonis Monday Aug 20 600 for tbu round trip ii i i r Mothers Ear A WORD IN MOTHMKB TAR I WHIM NURSIHia AN INFANT AND IN THe MOUTHS THAT COMe solte THAT i TIMI SCOTTS EMULSION i S AMDSa ANDtiSend for tree sample JBCOTTft BOWNE ChemIsts C 1 4oH S Yoi5oc 1 Chas Ryan is very sick I Miss Ida Worley is visiting in Irv lug ton Mrs Capt Smith iis visiting Mrs Hardin at Holt Dr S B Adkisson ot Webster was in the oitv Monday Mr and Mrs Henry Gibbs were in Louisville Sunday Miss Nina brans returned from Lone isville Monday evening The Mieees Plank and Mi Ira Behen were in Louisville Friday Mss Lacy McGavoctc has been the guest of Mrs Leon McUavocff Miss Grace Agnew returned Friday night from a visit to Louisville Mire J S Seymour of Elizabeth town has been the guest ot relative Miss Sallie Ligntfoot of Hawesville Is the guest of Dr and Mrs F LI LightfootCapt i Mrs Marion Ryan o Louisville have been the guests o bin mother C P Sawyer will attend the Chun taqua at Owensboro He will leave for the West Aug 8 Miss Ruby Jones of Evansville is the cuest of hr sister Mrs Martin Bruus for a months visit Misses Tnla and Satira McFarland or Owensboro were the guests of Mr and MrJ H Wills Sunday Mrs Martin Brans leaves to day for Evansville where she will visit her daughter Mrs Harvey K Harris Mrs J G Harris and daughter Miss Jennie Mable were in LouisvilleI Monday Edward Harris accompanied them nome Miss Lnella Carr of Elizabetbtown who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J a Keith nas gone to Cannel ton to visit- Coionor Lee Bishop was called to Tar Springs Sunday to hold an in queit over the body of George Mills colored who died suddenly Tne jar y decided that he died of natural causes Miss Lilian McGavockof Columbia Tenn is the guest of Mrs Leon Mc Gavock Mrs A B Skillman entertained in her honor Friday and Mrs James Skillman entertained in her honor Monday J E Keith wants to know if there is a man seventyfive years of nge wcoI can Deat his record for a nays work which was three different menu ments set up in three different cow mnnities and a horse back ride of 40 miles to do it all in a single day R O Willis is storekeeper at the Shops He occupies the place made vacant by the sickness of Robt K Moorman Ira Behen who has held the place temporially has gone back to the mechanical department to corn plete his apprenticeship at the mach inist trade The Fifth Sunday meeting at the Baptist church closed Sunday night with a large congregation in attend Metnodolet church preached Rev Everett English of Stephensport was ths only visiting minister The meeting- were not well attended by local church goersThe first nome grown watermelons of the season were delivered to J C Nolte Bro Saturday 160 in all They were delivered in the morning and a hundred was sold before noon The price ranged from 20 cents to 35 cents The melons were large an I fine They were grown by Henry Lamb and AlrX Leaf Tobinsport Ind The LIllard tobacco factoy in the West End an old land mark said to yearssis being torn down John LillardI will use the material to build a hay barn on his farm at Skillman The factory was used by Silas and Jno Liliard for storing tobacco Mr Jno Lillnid said that tney discontinued their tobacco business here on account of the close competition brought about by tie tobacco trust The vocalion purchased by the efforts of the Epworth League and do nated to the Methodist church was reo ojlved Saturday and installed Thn warse principally musical The choir render ed an anthem und Mr 0 P Hazard of Louisville sang a solo Rev Carrie made a short talk in which be gave a brief sketch of the foundation of music and its relation to mankind There were no evening church servicesi on account of 1 ifth Sunday meeting at the Baptist church hins attorney D R Murray was before the Police Court last Tuesday after noon to answer a charge of violation of the ordinance prohibiting a saloon anI day Mr Murray held that the ordin lance was illegal because it was not passed at a regular meeting of the City Council he said Tne court this saying that it would try th case without questioning the legality of the ordinance Hereupon Mr Mar- ray requested the court to set theI case for Monday following Witnesses were resnmmoned foi this date but Mr Murray did not appear on account of sickness and the case was not tried Edmund Wroe represented the city S IA Positive CATARRH I CURE Elys Cream Balm it quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseasmemb- rane It cures Ca larrhand drives way a Cold In the FEVERstores DroitgistsElyBrothers G WIUTcn Street New York Andrew Clavcooib was here last week from Stepbensport attending Fifth Sunday Meeting and vlsJtlng his sister Mrs Ronsean Williams For dry cracked lipeor tough skin use Dr Snoops been Salve It posi tively makes lips and sKin like velvet Sold by Severs Drag Co daughtersfMisses and Gladysof Irvington are visiting her brother one sister Frank Leonard and Mrs Emma Agnew at Evansville Get a 5 cent box of Laxets at our store please We think they are great Just test these toothsome candylike Laxative Tablets for constipation sour stomach biliousness bad breath muddy complexion eto Risk 5 cents and see Severs Drug Co Hawkins Smith has ten teams and tilteen men at work on two miles of tbp M H E track near Dundee Tbe Breccenridge county Baptist Association meets at Hardmsbnrg Wednesday after the fourth Sunday in August Messengers from the Uartield church are Jesse Macy James Brown J H MoredocK MPCompton Matt Payne and A A Richardson There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeace with the world feeling when you sit down to yonr breakfast There Is nothing so condnctie to good work and good re suits The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman a better citizen than the man or woman who is handlcaped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts and your disposition Get away trot the morbidness and the blues Keep yonr stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond Little indis cretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better man you are Try a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your meals Sold by all druggists Mrs A B Coleman of Irvington is in Indiana visiting her mother When a woman suffers from de pressing weaknesses she then keenly realizes how helpless how thoroughly worthless she is Dr Shoop lies brought relief to thousands ot such women He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two directspeoifio ways a local treatment known bj drug Shoopssor internal prescription called Dr Shoops Restorative Dr Shoops Night Cure is applied locally and at night It works while you sleep It reduces Intiamation It stops dis charges it heals it soothes it com forte it cures Dr Shoops Restorative tablet or liquid form is a constitutional nerved tissue tonic It brings renewed strength lasting ambition vigor to weak lifeless women These two remedies singly or used together have an irresistible positive helpful power Try them a month and see Sold by Severs Drag Co There are seventylive boarders at Tar Springs Chicago St Louis and Cincinnati are represented 1No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm No idle promises of rewarus for oases it will not cure Being entirely harmless It is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shatter ed by cocaine The great positive vir tae of lilys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely cares nasal catarrh ana hap fevnr Back of this statement is the testimony of thou sands and reputation of many years success All druggists GOo or mailed by Ely Bro CO Warren Street New York JohnW Bell of Louisville has a position as marble cutter in J E Keiths monument works G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Barbans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured pf a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kianey Cure It entirely- d stopped the brick dust sediment and- e pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never bad a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently onr d to slap cured and heartily reo commend Foley Kidney Core to any one suffering from kldner or bladder trouble Sold by AIR Fisher k fr n DR TAYLOR Representing TAYLOR KEENE mI 7 I DENTISTS X OF OWENSBORO Nj JJWill be In Cloverport on the 12th 13th and cUI ot eachr month Dr Liglitfoots oltice- I m I MtJJWill be In Hardlnsburg on the W 1119th 20th and 21st of each ft- Oi month Dr KIncheloes office A h r I How about111 your eyesii i s Ale Do you they f9j 1 Does your head g j when you read 1 Jf iithem I your eyes are M you need glassesij j i Well test your eyes g can fix you np with j f911f911nn right glassestt DRUG C- OWrts i r + 1 hAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week FOR SALEThrew splendid muck cows extra butter cow and two good work horses cheap for cash J E Keith pOil SALE Farms Adkisson Ilros kWrof Cloverport Ky VVANTKDFour first class yenrland mareyy mules 1111 Hoard llardlnsburp Ky TEUOentllmull or lady with good rigfora07200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport lKy POU SALEA tuition certificate In the Howling Green Business College Ilreck cnrldgu News FOE SAIIour rOOD cottage with cellllr sale cheap Alvin Simmons Clover port IC- yFOR SALE lad acres or land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good burn 18 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Irico JI500 cash For further particulars write the IlruckrnrldKe News Cloverport Ky- JANTED To trade fruit trees for lumber Write or call on Jno D liaubiige Clo verport iy- p01t SALEOne Olobo Incubator and onlyhavlnHreckenrldge News FOR SALE20 shares UreckenrldRo Bank Address Jno D Ilublmgu Clover port IC- yWANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mull assistant manager tman o woman for this county and adjoining tern tory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or experience required Spare time valuable Write at once for full particulars und enclose selfaddressed envelope Address GENEH AL NANAGEK 134 E Lake St Chicago FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new und secondhand Gus and Gasoline EnglnesMAUTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville ICyIi COLUMBUS HOTEL 115 to JUNE 119 ELDER PropII Owensboro Ky Open day and nip lit Rates SIOO par day LaborWanted I WantedI d men to work on the public 1 roads job will last two months will pay 110 to 125 per day for further information apply to J V St Clair Road Superviser HARDINSBURG KY r L MEET ME AT NOLTES II 13- nn THURS AU623 Masonic Barbecue will be bigger and better than over this year Of course you are coming and bring all the mtl family The good dinner alone is worth your while be lIDsides the pleasure of seeing old 1m Meantime you may want a friendsII lIDparel to complete the outfit Shoes Oxfords Hosiery Uuderwear Shirts SusID 1m ponders Hats Umbrellas Handkerchiefs Fans Parasols Let us supply your needs Remember the dayAug23 J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky L T ToConvinceYou quality of CADICKSGOLD FLOUR argue r you to try a sack youfailbrands of Flour on the market Our milling roc are the bast- eand we use only th ebses grade of wheat MAKERSCadick Ind Tf jxrE carefully safeguard 1 the interests of our 11customers1 More 1I over we frequently do it un I J known to them as oppor E- tI tunities often come to us iin 1ii- jmmconfidenthl ways LET US RAVE 1 YOUR BUSINESS n I m I I + rAll business entrusted to us will receive prompt and Highestr j1 f rate of interest paid on time f I 11deposits t r INSURED AOA I K S T 1 LOSS IJV FIJIK AND P IInUnOLAH1 CONSER 1 NATIVE HOARD OF DIRECTORS EFFI 1ft m mCJE T OFFICERS 1 ggBank of Cloverport fi Cloverport Ky 11- Ii 1J ITARFORK Mrs Baum visited Mrs Monroe Mar low last Sundays Mrs Len Keenan is ill at the home o her parents Mr and Mrs Monroe Mar loe J B Bites MdQuady attended church at Tarfork Sunday Felix Dunn of Tar Creek came to see his parents Mr and Mrs Joe Dunn Saturday L C Taul and daughter Irene of Jolly Station were in this their old neighborhood last Tuesday T H Bates visited Mr and Mrs W W McCarty in Davis county Tuesday and Wednesday of last week Rev of Shrewsberry Grayson county preached at Tarfork church last Sunday morning and night Geo Perkins of Clover Creek attend ed church meeting at Cave Spring last Saturday before the fourth Sunday Misses Emma an1 Lile Burdette visit ed their sister Mrs Luther Pate on Clover Creek last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Gabe Shrewsberry of McQuady spent last Saturday and Sun Oirrr rrrrtrsrrrrrrrsrE KM No Waitingf HiC 2 Just tell us how much g c SChave all kinds of 3 11 3 Framing materialI J i and choice Poplar and i 5 Walnut is ready for 5 J you JI a ft Thats the thing un- ablef to get so quick W before 6 Let us have your j t order today t Your House Barn or J t Stable may need re 5 5 pairs 5 J JIJt REMEMBER US t Seaton Weatherholt I 0 Cloverport Ky ii- acoday with her parents Mr and Mrs J B JacksonMr who has been failing In healh for sonic months is better and is Baumfis 77 years of age Staging school is in progress again at Cave Spring conducted by Mr Fuqua They meet every Saturday night Sunday nioruiutr aud evening A musicale was given at the home of Mi and Mrs 01V Rice laft Wednesday night Those present were Mrs Ouia McQuady Mr and Mrs John Eastou Mr and Mrs Owen Elmore Mrs Thos H Bales Misses Beulah Rice Kmma and Lile Burdette Lora Newby Mary Jackson Irene Robbins and Miss Maggie Prank of Owensboro and Ros Bowman Clover Creek aud Spicy Wilson Messrs Ivan Bates Nat Rice Ivan Robbins Joe Burdette Bryant and Allle Bauui Ernest Rice Everett Newby and Silas Elmore Circuit Clerk P J Moore is at Estill Springs attending thA state convention of Circuit Clerks CI1 Edmunds is spending his vaca tion at Tat Springs To Cure a Cold in One Day ys Take Laxative promo Quinine Tablets PN on ev SeVeR MIIoB baxea soltis peat 13 goetkt TI SI31 tips W lam box2S s ll- s c R t c s- 1r i r 1 rt t If t f l t ott u 1 t r v I iI iFiIjeThflIfti r lI YypSt t se e 1 4vsItCO1Yrt htod tsci 8y platter rot zeds Synopsis or preceding chl1pters at end or this installment CHAPTER Xm The princes receptinn room was fitted up with all the state and luxury which the fame and power of its owner dr inandcd A high dais at the further end was roofed in by a broad canopy of scar let velvet spangled with silver flcursdi Its In the center of the dais were two very high chairs On that to the right sat a tall and wellformed man with red hair a livid face and a cold blue eye lie lounged back in a careless position and yawned repeatedly On the other throne there was perched bolt upright u little round fuced person who smiled and Mobbed to cvcryoni whoso lyoshe chanced to meet Between and a little in front of them on- o humble charette or stool sat a slim dark young man whose quiet attire and proclaimhimlie sat nlh his hand clasped- roundehis knee his head slightly bent and an expression of trouble upon his clear well chiselled features Below on either side of the steps Were forty or fifty English and Gascon barons knights anal courtiers There sits the prince whispered Sir Julio Chandos as they entered He on the right Is Icdro whom we are aliilto put upon the Spanish throne The other is lon James whom we purpose with the aid of God to help to his throne In Majorca The prince had observed their entrance and springing to his feet he had nd lanced with a winning smile and the lI eyesWelcome Nigel Lor I Ing and Sir Oliver Huttesthorn said ho Nay keep your knee for my sweet father at Windsor I would have your hinds ray friends We ore like to give you some work to do ere you see the t downs of Hampshire once more How Ij many hove you in your train 1 have forty men nt arms sire saidi Sir Oliver And I have one hundred archers and n score of lances there ore also three hundred men of the White Company who walt for me on this side of the water up Navarret in the ban quothall anon rejoined the prince He lowed and Chandos plucking Sir Oliver by the sleeve led them both away to tho pack of the press of courtiers uponhisenthroned behind him but of a sudden n- llark shadow passed over his face and he sprang to his feet in one of those rusts of passion which were the single Mot upon his noble and generous char acter How now Don Martin do la CarroT lie cried How now sirrah What inmMxe do you bring to us from our brother of Navarre1 The newcomer to whom this abrupt query had been ad ilremed was a tall and handsome cavalier who hAd just been ushered Into the apartment Are the passes open to us or does your monster go back from his word pledged to me at Llbourno no later than last Michaelmas It would ill become my gracious master sire to go back from given lie does hut ask some deny nnd certain conditions nnd hostages Conditldns1 Hostages I is he speak lag to tile Prince of England or is it to the bourgeois provost of some halfcap Lured town Conditions quotha lie may find much to mend in liU own ennui lion ere long The passes are then closed to us Nay sir They are open then Nay sire if you would hilt=lEnough enough Don Martin cried the prints It is a sorry sight to see so true R knight pleading in so false a cause Wo know the doings ofour Cousin Chars We know that while with the right hnnd he takes our fifty thousand crowns for the holding of the passes open he bath his loft outstretched to Henry Trnntarnnre or to the King of France all kllpt ing them clonedI our Charles and 1m xhnll lento that I know him He sets his kingdom up to the best bidder like some scullion farrier selling n glandered horse He is=My lord cried Don Martin I cannot stand here to hear such words of my mauler Did they come from other lips I flhotild know better how to answer tthem Your bearing and your words Don Martin are such ns I should have looked for In you You will tell the king your master that he tenth been paid his price and that If he holds to his promise he liath my t+ ord for it that no seath shall come to his people nor to ttheir houses or star If however we have not his leave I shall come close at the heels of thin message without his leave and bear ing n key with me which shall open nil that he may close Where is my Lord CbandosV Ha Sir John 1 commend thus worthy knight to your care You will see that he path refection nail such a purse of gold as may defray his charges for Indeed It is great honor to any court to have within it so noble and gentle a cavalier Hut I have tidings for you my lords and Rages that our brother of Lancaster t 4Ison his way for our capital with four F hundred lances nod as ninny archers to aid us in our venture We shall then join the army at Dax and set our ban ners to the breeze once more A buzz of joy at the prospect of Im mediate action rose up from the group of warriors The prince smiled nt the mar tial ardor which shone upon every face around him It will hearten you to know he con tinned that I have sure advices that this Henry is a very valiant leader and that be has it in his power to make such a stand against us as promises to give us much honor nnd pleasure It Is certain nlso that the brow and worthy Bertram du Guesclln hath ridden Into France to the Duke of Anjou and purposes to take back with him Brent levies from Picardv and Brittany We hold Bertrand in high esteem for he oft before bean fit great pains to furnish ns with an honor flUe encounter What think vou of It my worthy Captal He took you at Gocherel nnd by my soul l you will have the chance now to pay that score The Gascon warrior addressed winced n little nt the allusion nor were hU countrymen around him better pleased for on the only occasion when they had encountered the arms of Prance without Enallsh aid they had met with a heavy defend There are some who say sire said i the burly De Cltsson that thin scorn Is already overpaid for that without GA- 1n s f help Bertrnnd had not been taken tII nt Aurny nor had King John been over I borne nt Pol-ctle1lltiny Heaven but this IB too much z t pe J 1 English nobleman Methinks 1 that Gascony Is too small a cock to crow fo lustilyThe smaller cock my Lord Audley may have the longer spur remarked the Captal de Buch May have its comb clipped If it makes overmuch noise broke In an Englishman Hy Our Lady of RocamdourI cried the Lord of Mucidcnt this is more than I can abide Sir John Charnell you shall answer to me for those wordsII Freely ray lord and when you will returned the Englishman tnrolefslv My Lord de Clisson I cried Lord Audley you look somewhat fixedly in my direction 15y St Stephen I should Ixs right glad to go further into the mat ter youAnd my Lord of Pommers said Sir Nice pushing his way to the front it Is In my mind that we might break n lance in gentle and honorable debate over questionFor a dozen challenges flashed lvnrdI and forward at this sudden bursting of the cloud which had lowered so long between the knights of the two nations Furious and gesticu hating the Gascons white and cold and sneering the English while the prince with n halfsmile glanced from one party to the other lio n pan who loved to dwell upon a fiery scene and yet dreaded lest the mischief go so far that he might find It beyond his control Friends friends1 he cried nt last this quarrel must go no further The man shall answer to me bo be Gnscon or English who carries it beyond this room I have overmuch need for your swords that you should turn them upon each other Sir John Charnell Lord Audley you do not doubt the courage of our friends of Gnseony Not I sire Lord Audley answered have seen them fight too often not to 11 gentlemenAnd that they are very hardy and va I quoth the other Englishman hut certes there is no fear of our forgetting it while they have a tongue In their heads Nay Sir Tohn sold the prince re provingly But you hear my lords of Gascony that these gentlemen had no thought to throw a slur upon your honor or your valor so let all anger fade from your mind Clisson Captal De Pom mers 1 have your word We are subjects sire said the GaR- con barons though with no very good grace Your words are our law1 Then shall we bury nil cause of unkindness In n flagon of malvoisie said the prince cheerily Ho there I the doors of the banquethall I have been overlong from my sweet spouse but I shall be back with you anon- CIIAPTER XIV While the princes council was sitting Alleynu nnd Ford had remained in the outer ball where they were soon surrounded by a noisy group of young Eng Ilishmen of their own rank nth eager to hear tho latest news from England I low is it with the old titan nt Wind sore asked one And how with the good Queen Phil ippn 1 low of England my lads of Loring paid a squire named IHumphrey I take it said Ford that it is much as it was when you were there last save t IN thnt there is a little less noise why less noise young Solomon 1 Ah that Is for your wit to discover Pardleu here Is n cone over with the Hampshire mud still sticking to his shoes lie means that the noise is less countryHowthe squireYou it as it comes sod Ford iStint It Humphrey said a tnll willhaveTongues are sharp in Hamp shirr sir And1 swords Hum we may prove thnt In tw6 days time Is vepres du tournol when we may see if your lance is as quick as your wit All very well Roger ITnrcomb cried ft bwrly year men who satiate shoulders and massive tai told of exceptional pcrsonM strength Yon mw too lightly over the matter Wo ore not to bo so pnsllr The Lord Lorlne nMh Hvcn bill proofs but we know of his snnlres save thAt one or them hath n rnnlnP tomniA And lnw n+ handdowTlshoulder4nd airMaI I naw comp over your oVAnV will bp browner and yens hand harder ore yen again a s t= J If my tad is not hard It is ready Heady Ready for what For the hem of my In train chastise insolence sir1Hendlto with eyes Sweet little coil1 answered tho burly squire Such n dainty color Such n mellow voice l Eyes of n bashful maid nnd hair like a three years babe I Viola I Ho passed his tuck fingers through the youths crisp golden curls You seek to force a quarrel sir said Allcync white with anger ant then Why you do it like n country boor and not like n gentle squire lost been ill bred and ns ill taught I serve n poster who could show you how such thiups should be done And how would he do it oh pink of quires He would neither be loud nor would he bo unmannerly but rather more gentle than is his wont lie would say Sir I should toke It as an honor to do some small deed of arms you not for mine own glory or advancement but ritbrr for the fume of my lady nnd for tho upholding of chivalry Then he would draw his glove thus and throw it on the ground or if he hind cause to think that he had to deal with n churl he might throw It in his I do now l A buzz of excitement went up from thin knot of as Alleyne his gentle nature turned by this causeless attack into fiery resolution dashed his glove with all his strength into the sneering face of his antagonist Your life for this said the bully with a face which was distorted with rageIf you can take it returned Alleyne Good hull1 whispered Ford Stick to it close ns wax I shall see justice cried Norbury Sir Olivers silent attendant You brought it upon yourself John Tranter said the tall squire who hind been addressed as Roger Ilarcorab You trust ever plague the newcomers But It were n shame if this went further The lad tenth shown a proper spirit But a blow 1 a blow cried several of the squires There must be a finish to this Nny Tranter first laid hand upon his head said Ilarcomb How say you Tranter The matter may rest where it standsMy name 1to known in theso parts said Tranter proudly I cnn let pass what might Ileave a stain upon another Let him pick up his glove and say that he has done amiss I would see him In the claws of the devil first whispered Ford You hear young sir said the peace maker Our friend will overlook the matter if you do but SAY that you have acted In heat nnd haste I came here nt the beck of my muster nnsweredAlle ne mill I looked on every man here ns nn Englishman and a friend This gentleman hath shown mo a rough welcome and if 1 have answered him in the same spirit ho has but himself to thank I will pick the glove up but cortea I shall nhido by what I have done unless ho first crave mv pardon for what ho hath said and done Tranter shrugged his shoulders You hoe dole what you could to save him Ilarcomb ho said We had best settle it onceSo I cried Alleyne PRINCE OIISIRPFD pNlnANtt WELCOME perchance paladin carelessly bullnecked overcrowed potnfntr flashing roughly against faceas squires Close to the bank of the Garonne there lay n little tract of greensward The river ran deep nnd swift up to the steep bank Here the two combatants drew their swords In such combats as well as in the formal sports of the tlltingynrd Tranter lad won n name for strength and dexterity On the other hand Al leyne hind used hU weapons in constant exercise and practice for every day for many months and being by nature quick of eye and prompt of hand be might pass now as no mean swordsman An unequal fight it seemed to most but there were a few and they the most experienced who saw something In the youths steady gray eye nail wary step openHold Norbury ere gentlemnnhnthlonger than thnt of our friend Take mine Alleyne I said Ford Nay friends he answered I understand the weight and balance of mine own To work sir for our lords may need wa I TrnnterB erwif was fnrleerl a wennnnhPI elthorhiringnr n turn of the fienrv Mufle lie might minrd hiss own Tiivirt and hmJrl A hurfhp nrnteotfon ny In the hrna1and powerful Cltnrfl whTe hInl which +a firwlghel Htb fl yn rand aerroq notch rIot JIn which an expert ij awordmui LAL might catch ins foeman s blade and uy a quick turn of his wrist snap it across Alley ne on the other hand must trust for his defence to his quick eye nod act ive footfor his sword though keen was of a light and graceful build with narrow sloping pommel and a tapering steel Tranter well knew his advantage nndI lost little time in putting it to use AsJ his opponent walked toward him he sud rlenly bounded forward and sent in a whistling cut which Would have severed spruulightlyAlleyne sprang in with n thrust but Tranter who was as active as ho wasJ strong lint already recovered himself and turned it aside with a movement of his heavy blade Again he whizzed in n blow which made the spectators holdI their breath and n nin Allcyno very quickly and swiftly slid from under it and sent back two lightning thrustsI which the other could scarce parry So close were they to each other that Al lcyno had no time to spring back from the next cut which beat down hisI sword and grazed his forehead sending nl1lIdowni breathing squires buzzed their applause 1 crleelRogerhonor from this meeting nnd it would furtherYouNorburyYou yourself well crie squiresFor wish to slay wipinhisbrowDoes pnrelonforAlleyne Nay not I Then stand on your guard sir With a clatter and clash the two blades met once more Alleyne pressing in so ns to keep within full sweep of tho heavy blade while Tranter ns continually sprang back to have space for one of his great cuts A threeparts parried blow drew bloodj from Alleynes left shoulder but nt thn slightly ever his blade hind slipped Into tho fatal notch there was n sharp cracking sound with a tinkling upon the ground and be found a splintered piece of steel fifteen inches long was all that remained to him of his weapon Your life Is In my hands I cried Tranter with n bitter smile Another sword cried Ford Nay sir said Ilarcomb that Is no the custom Throw down your hilt Edrlcson I cried Norbury Never I said Alleyne Do you slrtYou it Then on your guard again I cried the young squire and sprang in with a fire and a fury which more than rondo the shortness of his weapon It hadnot escaped him that his opponent was breathing in short hoarse gasps like n man who Is dizzy with fatigue Now was the time for the purer living and tho more agile limb to show their value Back nnd back gave Tranter ever seek ing time for a lost cut On and on came Alleyne his jagged point now nt his foe mans face now at his throat now at his chest still stabbing and thrusting to pass the line of steel which covered him Yet his experienced focman knew well that such efforts could not be long sustained Let him relax for one instant nnd his deathblow hnd como Relax ho must 1 Flesh and blood could not stand the strain Already the thrusts were less fierce th foot less ready although there was no abatement of the spirit in the steady prny eyes Tranter cunning nnd wary from years of fighting knew that his chance hind come lie brushed aside tho frail weapon which was opposed to him whirled up Ills great blade sprang back to get the fairer sweep and vanished into the waters of the Garonne So Intent had the squires both com bntnnts and spectators been on the rant ter in hand that all thought of tho steep bank nnd swift still stream had gone from their minds Tranters last spring carried him clear of tho edge and he 1 t NTt- I17 TIIIIIt WITH ALIGHT OF IllS EYES thereAnd perceive ie eourm- other sword tbhlltllrirt found himself In nn instant eight feet deep in the Ice cold stream Once and twice his gasping face and clutching fingers broke up through the green water sweeping outward in the swirl of the current Alleyne hind dropped his shot tered sword and was standing trembling- In every limb with his rage all changed in nn instant to pity For the third time tho drowning man came to the sur fore his eyes turned In despair to the shore In nn Instant Alleyne too was In the Garonne striking out with powerful strokes for his late foeman Yet tho current was swift and strong nnd good swimmer as he was It was no easy task which Alleyne hind set himself To clutch nt Tranter and to seize him by the hair was the work of a few seconds but to hold his head above water and to make their way out of the current was another matter Then at last amid a shout of Joy anti praise from the bank they slowly drew clear Into more stag nant water at the Instant that a made Of n dozen swordbelts linked ether by the buckles was thrown b Ford Into their bands Three pulls fro eager nrms and the two combatants dripping and pale were dragged up the bank and lay panting upon tho grass IJohn Tranter WPH the first to come to for ho hail done nothing during the fierce bottle with the c rPritne starirered to his fet and hooked down un on his resener who hnd ralied hmnelf linen hia elbow and wiasmlJIne falntlv at the bnu bf oftMratulaUoiui ando oi 1 of praise which broke trom the squires around him I nm much beholden to you sir said Tranter though in no very friendly voice riveruI ask no thanks Alleyne answered shortly Give me your baud to rise lord The river has been my enemy said Tranter but it Lath been a goal friend to you for it bath saved your life thin day That is as it may be returned Al leyno i Alas for my loot sword which lies nt the bottom of the Uurouuc soul Trantor Here is your pourpolnt Eilrlcson cried Norbury Throw it over your shoulders that you may have at least one dry garment And now away back to the abbey said several One moment sirs I cried Alleyne who was leaning on Fords shoulder with the broken sword which be had picked up still clutched in his right hand My ears may be somewhat water but I have not yet hearthis gentleman crave pardon for the insult which he put upon ma in the hall quarg rel asked1 Tranter And why not sir I am slow to take up such things but once afoot I shall follow it while I have life or breath Ma foil you have not too much of marblensaid Harconih bluntly Let it drop sir itdNay Alleyne quarrel is none of my making but now I am here I swear that I shall never leave this spot until I have thrift which I have come for 80 ask my pardon sir or choose another glaive and to it again The young squire was deadly white from his exertions both on the land and In the water Soaking and stained with n smear of blood on his white shudder and another on his brow there was still in his whole pose and set face the stamp of an inflcxiuln resolution Ills oppon cats duller and more material mind quailed before the fire and intensity of a higher spiritual nature I had not thought that had taken Ittwas but such a jest as we play upon each other and if you must have it so I am ItThen am sorry too quoth Alleyne warmly and here Is my hand upon It And the nonemcat horn has blown three times quoth Ilarcomb By my troth I Master Ford your friend here in In need of a cup of wine for he hath drunk deeply of Garonno water I had not thought from his fair face that he thnd stood to this matter so shrewdly Faith said Ford this air of Hor deaux tenth turned our turtledove into a gamecock A milder or more courteous youth never came out of Hampshire Ills master also as I understand is a very gentle and courteous gentleman remarked Ilarcomb yet I do not think withrwhom it is very safe to trifle To le Continued Uett Week Synopsis of Preceding ChaptersT- hescennotthastory are Uld In the Jlth century riordle Jubn of the Cliterclan Bloniitry noel from the Abber of leItncertain Mrioui charge brought paln of the monks Another of the laybrethren Alleyne Kd rteooon take hit departure In accordance vim hts father will dllllltndtlnir thathe should when he became ngoforthtorone year to choose for him telthli future calling InnadneraheeoeitOYlnlthli brother tho Bocman MlnnteadwhoM reputation U unurory At night Alleyneeeek a roadtide Inn where he meets Ilordle John and Samkln Aylward an Engliharchertut back from the French wars lltamlIIIIfrainingtheaocmausenmity The maldenlearning that he Intends to p Ira nil companion at Clinit hingiyewithout telling name cishomeOncepanlonl anI the tknlgtrtnordieiohntnruchyered waakneeabrnquicklychangeSummitJ bear Here Allerena meets his companion of the tilgelTheicynetellsthefndytaudeofhiaiocetorherI She gives him no ptotnlxe but leaves hlmagresnveil ifarry wlthhlmtothewnwM a love token The White Company and Sir Oliver Hallesthorn rmberlc fortheFrcnch cast and fall In with two Fpanlih plrato hint which they overcome The knights reach thu French fhoro in fafety and prepare tor an audience with the Block lrlnce of tnIaDd A strong decoction ot common poke root mixed with an equal quantity of black molasses boiled to a syrup and spread upon bread lIs sure and sudden death to cockroaches They cat It greedily and die DIPbOI1T S iArI aADDLIf G Ambitious American Woman Intcr Y fend In Affairs of State BellamyStorerband formerly Uultcu Strtes umbas sailor to AustrlaIIungnry are now blamedfor his removal from the dlplo made service of the United States l It Is claimed that Mrs Storers ambi onlytriedPresident for the advancement of her husband but that her personal desire to have another American cardinal be came objectionable She advocated Archbishop Ireland for the position and asked President Roosevelt to usefhis Influence in the archbishops behalf In Rome President Roosevelt wrote In reply that he would like to see the arch bishop of St Paul a cardinal and spoke very highly of the archbishops public services and breadth of view but he declared he could not become Involved In any matter of church poll10f i Storerhowadvocate the selection by the Pope of any person for any place Mrs Storer It is averred made use of tIle expression of the President that be would like to see the archbishop made a cardinal and caused It to come to the attention of high digni taries in such a way that It appeared to be the wish of the President that the action should be taken Vf President Roosevelt wrote to Vienna expostulating and calling attention to his original note In which he said he would like to have Archbishop Ireland elevated but could not meddle In such affairs and he pointed out that the qualification hind not been made use of In connection with the apparent Indorsement of the proposed new cardi nal Other questions arose and the administration found Itself embarrassed in other ways and the final result was that the connection of Mr Storer with the diplomatic service ceased The Emperor of the British Empire has 54000000 white subjects The remainder are black brown and yellow The paving blocks of some of the streets of Warsaw are made of com pressed straw THIS PARASOL is 24 INCHES WIDE serviceablenewdesigntllleJonlRealSllletDCrJ1atl18111twith a long natural wood lUck dnlahed around the top LlgLaBlueyonforselllagonlystitched lltndkercil at ontyleceach Wo coralyou the handkerchief tree of expense to no paId for tvlten sold PRERENTNecktacoasaeonechargesWOOD Yoaaa What Does This Mean 4 If these puzzling t things roughly displayed in Fresh Blood kupon the wall of a house where a great crime had J been committed stared you in the face could you explain their meaningff Such was the problem which SHERLOCK HOLMES had to solve in his first chronicled adventure The Study in Scarlet- A tI book which made CONAN DOYLE the first of detective writers in the world tt aIP4Uk11 u In Holmes next adventure he was A t IrIIin reading Bros regular 150 linen imperial edition sent postpaid with this coupo for SO CENTS Here Is a chance to get two of the most Intensely interesting of adventures In a most beautifully printed and bound edition for just onethird price FREE WITH THIS RflllK W8hertocJchcaeig 4m4 UAKPKK do BROa Krunkllii Square N Y City Name Street rwa 1 + + NNIIIIININIIIIIIN11111 fitoteM II LNN111IIt INI1 H s a A The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1900 10 MILLION BEING SPENT By Railroad to Save 67 Mlles of Track on Account of Difference In Attitude The Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad company IB spending f10 000 000 to save 07 miles The Kansas City Star tells the story in tnis wayIIAn army of men and machinery are work lug day and night to complete the new Beten cutoff between Texico NMon the Pecos Valley line of the Santa Fe and Rio Pnerco thirty miles east of Albuquerque N M The lengtn of the main line to Emporia is 124 miles while by the cutoff it will be 110 II i miles It is asked why this vast expen diture or money it the distance saved is only 07 miles As a matter ot fact the Santa Fe is really spending this money for the purpose of avoiding half i a mile between Albuquerque N M and La Junta Colo The other 02 t miles saved Is not material It is tbn I beI est point on the present line and the Abo Pass the highest point on the frcpose cutoff that is really mate- rIal Important NoUceR41144 is Old under a positive guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Soup and lImberneck Price 50 cento No cure no pay r tvTRAIN COLLIDE Disastrous Train Wreck on the Set t1j board Air Line f Charlotte N C July 23ln one of the worst railroad casualties in tho history of this section about 20 pea pie were killed and more than that number injured as tho result of a bead on collision between a through eastbound passenger train and an ex tra freight near Rocklngham N C four miles west of Hamlet at 830 oclock last evening Many of tho victims are said to be negroes Up to midnight the official reports sent to the general offices of the Seaboard Air Line showed that 19 dead and 23 Injured had already been taken out of the wreck Officials of the company lay they cannot tell as yet tho exact extent of the disaster but express the opinion that the casualties will not reach much beyond the figures al ready given The officiate of tho road attribute the disaster to the failure of the telegraph operator at Rocking I ham to deliver order to the gar train As soon as the pusenII the wreck reached Hamlet a wrecking engine was sent out and the division superintendent and other officials hur ried to the scene and took charge of tho work of relief Advices from the wreck are meagre Was Wasting Away kidneydliesseRobert R Watts of Salem Mo I lost flesb and never felt well and doct ored with larding physicians and tried all remedies suggested without relief Finally I tied Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles completely cared me and 1 am now sound and w11 During the summer kidney Irregularities are often caused by excessive dlnklng or using overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by as tug Foleys Kidney Cure Kills Playmate Plttsburg Pa July 24A dispute over tbe possession of a nickel Is sup killingIthWilliam Burkhart 8 years old by his playmate Ralph Dalles aced 12 yearsr A world of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those contain InK oppiates Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates II You nan get it at all druggists outlaw sun Holds tne tort Ladysmlth Wls July 27A mes senger who has Just arrived here from Cameron Dam reports that the sheriff and six soldiers whom the governor Lent from Milwaukee encountered John Dietz tho outlaw in a fierce battle One soldier was shot twice and Is being brought to Ladysmlth but 4 cannot live One of Dietzs boys was also shot through the head but was dragged Inside the house and Diets remains fortified in his camp and an other battle is expected soon Doctors have left for the scene Blood HumorsCommonly cause pimples bolls hives eczema eruptIonlanguorlosecaustne any breaking out Hoods Sarsaparllla expels them renovates strengthens and tones the whole system annuallyAccept Hoods Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or la chocolated tablets knows u IraMaMtl 100 dOte U t v paa tl In and 1W Trial bottle free BABY COVEREDWITH Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh Unless Hands Were TiedWasted- toaSkeletonAwful Sufferingfor Over a YearGrew Worse Under DoctorsSkin Now Clear S WOULD HAVE DIED BUT FOR CUTICURA My little son when about ft year and a halt old began to have sores come out on lila face I had a phy sician treat him but the sores grew theybegan his arms then on other parts of his body and then one came on his chest worse than the others Then I call Id another physI clan Still he grew worse At the end sufferinghein cloths at night to keep him from Bcratchingthesorcsnndtearingtheflcsh ulle got to bo a mere skeleton and was hardly able to walk 3Iy Aunt advised mo to try Cuticurn Soap and Ointment So great was her faith in it that she gave me a small piece of Soap to try and a littlo of the Oint ment I took it home without any faith but to please her I tried it and it seemed to dry up the sores a little u I sent to the drug store and got a cake of the Soap and a box of tho Ointment and followed the directions and at the end of about two months the sores were all well He has never had any sores of any kind since He is now strong and healthy and I can sincerely say that only for your most wonderful remedies my precious child would have died from those terrible sores I used only ono cake of Soap and about three boxes of Ointment signed Mrs Eg bert Sheldon R F D No A Wood- vine Conn April 22 1905 rryDumorconfuting of Cutlcurt Soap Me Ointment 1 We Ilnul vtnt Me In form of Choeolttt Coated gill roe per iUl of Wlmajr be had of alldniegbti A dgllottCDCur roller mugs Chem Corp Sole ITopi lloiton erl101led 100110 to Curs Ub humor FEDERATION Will Work For Candidates Favorable to Labors Cause Washington July i =Tlio execu Live council of the American Federa tion of Labor made good 1U declara tion of several months ago to enter tho field of politics In the interest of tho trade union movement and to ex hort all members and friends of or ganlzed labor to work for the elec thou to political office of men known to be favorable to llabors cause From the headquarters of the federation the council issued Its campaign program addressed To all Organized Labor and Friends in the United States It sets out that the trade Union movement has kept and pro poses to keep pace with the rapid changes in Industrial affairs and that the working people cannot hope to maintain their rights or a progres sive position in tho varying phases of modern society unless they organ ize exercise all those functions which as workmen and citizens it is their privilege and their duty to ex ercise It Is declared that labor makes no demand upon government or society which Is not equally accord ed to all the people of this country and that It can and will be satisfied with nothing less It Is expressly stated that where a congressman or state legislator had proven himself a true friend to the rljjhts of labor he should be supported and no candidate nominated against him TRAIN IN LAKE Engine Plunges Down Embankment Eleven Persons Drowned Spokane Wash July 24The en gine express car and smoking car of the Great Northern fast train westIbound are submerged in the ters of Diamond Lake one and a half miles west of Camdea about 20 miles from Spokane Nino men who want down in the smoking car were drown ed and the engine crew are dead in the deep waters As the train came through the portal of a tunnel the rails spread and the engine plunged down a 60 foot embankment into the lake followed by the express car and the smoker The other cars remained on the track The couplings were un broken A wrecking car went out from Spokane and has just returned with the dead and Injured HAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YEARS ChillTonic ItIscure no pav SOc Rank and File to conrrmuw New York July 23Representa tine James S Sherman and his associates on the Republican national congressional committee have decided to appeal to Republicans to contribute = 1 each to its oampalgn fund In pursuance of this policy tho committee will begin today the mailing of letters to the Republicans in all sec Lions of the country asking them to contribute one dollar each Thlrtyflve Thousand Homeless July2LTheJuly 19 continued throughout most of yesterday until the whole of the city with the Exception of a small section cooied 25000 t erons homeless who also are without food I n itinrl fa v i GREATEST UNANIMITY Marked the Final Action on Address to the Russian People II IT MAY MEAN A REVOLUTION I Tone of the Manifesto IIs Defiant and Strikes the Government In a Vul nerable Point by Declaring It Is Re sponsible For the Delay In Settling the Agrarian Question Paris July 26The SL Petersburg correspondent of the Journal tele graphs that despite the prevailing calm in the city there were 200 ar rests Tuesday night and that four newspapers were seized St Petersburg July 23The cur thin rose possibly on the last act of the Russian revolution when the imperial ukase dissolving the parliament was promulgated early Sunday The people and tho government now stand face to face and upon the army de pends the Immediate issue Members of the Douma havo gone to Finland to hold a session Vlborg Finland July 24Untll the last moment It seemed that the desire for unanimous adoption of the mani festo would be wrecked There were sharp differences between the consti tutional Democrats and the revolu tionists tho latter wishing to proclaim tho house in perpetual session and abrogate the allegiance of the peo pie while the Constitutional Democrats favored the declaration of a pa cific general strike without resort toII revolutionary measures as a protest against the emperors dissolution olI parliament The psychological moment which changed tho minds of the moderates was tho arrival of Gov Rechanberg with the curt command to disperse or take the consequences when even the more conservative of the Constitutional Democrats such as M Petrajltsky and Prof Hertzensteln who had made speeches in favor of moderation struck hands with the Radicals and the whole assembly foreswore amend ment or debate and adopted the ad dress which followsITo the people from their popular relresentatIYesICitizens of all Russia parliament has been dissolved by ukase of July 21 You elected us as your represen tatives and Instructed us to fight for our country and freedom In execution of your Instructions and our dutyI wo drew up laws In order to ensure freedom to tho people We demanded the removal of the Irresponsible ministers who were infringing the laws with impunity and oppressing freedom First of all however we wanted to bring out a law respectI Ing tho distribution of land to work- Ing peasants and involving the as signment to this end of crown ap panagos monasteries and lands be longing to the clergy and compulso ry expropriation of private estates The government hold such a law to be inadmissible and upon parliament once more urgently rotting forward its resolution regarding compulsory expropriation parliament was dis solvedThe government promises to con yoke a new parliament seven months hence Russia must remain without popular representation for seven whole months at a time when the leoplo pro standing on the brink of ruin and Industry and commerce are undermined when the whole country is seething with unrest and when theIministry has definitely shown Its in capacity to do Justice to popular needs For seven months the govern ment will act arbitrarily and will fight against the popular movement in order to obtain a pliable subser vient parliament Should It succeed however in completely suppressing the popular movement the govern ment will convoke no parliament at all Citizens stand up for your tramp ledon rights for popular representa tion and for an imperial parltament Russia must not remain a day without popular representation You pdfsesi the means of acquiring It The gOY ernment has without the assent of the popular representatives no right to collect taxes from the people nor to summon the people to military service Therefore you are now the government The dissolved parlia ment was Justified In giving neither money nor soldiers Should the government however contract loans is order to procure funds such loans will be invalid without tho consent of the popular representative The Ruer acknowledgethem pay themAccordlngly until a popular representative parliament Is summon ed do not give a kopec to the throne or a soldier to the army Be stead fast in your refusal No power can resist the united inflexible will of the peopleCitizens In this obligatory and un representatives Will Divide Time New York July 2At a meeting in this city of representatives of thS Crescent City and City Park Jockey clubs of New Orleans and of the Amer ican Turf association and Western cotlfllctingNew Orleans was agreed upon The iil l tlUrnately at Use two tracks ti 0 BileIPoisonIhas a very bad effect on your sys tem It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all Iits fearful ills TliedfortTs BlackDraughtIs blood purifier It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a cathartic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without irritating Price 25c at all Druggists p iiNIAGARA FALLS AND TORONTO Free Trip Will heaven Away at Hardinsburg Masonic Picinic Aug 4 1906 giveawayToronto Canada which includes pas sage across Lane Ontario and several trolly rides to historical scenes This trip will be given in connection with the big Masonic Picnic to be given at Hardinebnrg Aug 4 1000 tinder the following conditions- I Any girl or lady may enter tbo contebt and the ono receiving the largest number of votes will be rewarded the trip II Tickets good for one dinner at the picnic may be sold by tbe candidates for 25o which will entitle the purchaser to cast 25 votes for any lady he may wish III Special contest tickets will be also issued which will cost 25c each and which ate good for 100 votes IV Candidates may enter tbe contest at any tltnpfioiu now on and it will clues promptly at 5 oclock p m Aug 4 1000 Tickets of either kind may be procured now but all unsold dinner tickets must be return ed not later than U oclock a mAng 4 1000 V The vote each candidate receives will be kept strictly secret until the count is made byMorris H Beard John D Shaw and John T Hoben VI Candidates may procurA tick ets of either Kind without cost but each candidate will be charged with the tickets received and credited by nnsold tickets returned For tickets and and information write Jno P Haswell Jr Hardins burg Ky Why does the sun burn Why does a mosquito sting Why do we feel an happy In the Good Old Summer Time Answer we dont We nse DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little pills dont bother as Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genuine Sold by all druggists viutfjut vr ern Washington July 23The United States geological survey In a bulletin on the production of zinc and zinc oxide in this country during 1905 states that the total output of the former product amounted to 203849 short tons an increase of 17147 short tons over 1901 Since 1897 the bulletin says the production of zinc has more than doubled The principal In crease In production has taken placo In the eastern and southern states Same Result by Another Plan Toronto 0 July 25Plans for the formation ofa mammoth sewer pipe combine to take place of the one which recently quit operation after threats of prosecution had been made against it are said to hifre been made by manufacturers of the United States The merger will affect not only the American Sewer Plpo com pany but all the independents Ohio Valley manufacturers are tho projec tors of the move PlSOS CURE FOR CU11EYl11ENE AllELSE FA1 es d9od Use Cbtitbtiris0Srd ONSUMPTION t NNNNINNNNNNNNN4 t i The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 50000 00 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS t Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson BF Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary NNNLNNNNNNNNNW 0 rf B KILLMAN flashier F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident CnAS SXILLlUNI AsstCashier 0 The Old Reliable IIi BRI3CKIINRIDGE BANK a Organized 11872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 n Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipmentbInterest paid on time deposits ft Business great and small solicited 8- 1ii Y fi1N d a8 4 h First State Bankillto IRVINGTON KY is so trWof H H KEMPER Cashierreof Accounts pf Corporations Firms and Individuals solicitedOt Interest Paid on Time Deposits ao m iaa- tr I CD fTHE e eTheFifth AvenueI I 1200 firstclass rate hotel In the city miking a 1 tit ttOnlyWI shopping district and two blocks fromanJI HOTEL the OJStreetprincipal theatresOJ Im J cityLouI I I I neat andlcleanj0 CO PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr I tAI etoIfFiguresan acre and buy it back tomorrow for 10 t thE wa an acre bel You would do it of On apt If you can buy tbe 100 land for 10 some eta where else the proposition is just as good Ion FarmsYoucan buy it in the Southwest i got lWhy shouldnt you do It 1 0 rI ant If you wish to Know more about It write for copies of our Texas and Oklahoma but books They are treetA HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg St Louis Mehothe Is Jhes THE CIRCUS I It r the Father of Contemporary American Drnnin I No problem is more fascinating toI the student of Elizabethan drama than I the attempt to trace its splendid achievement to its earliest sources The quest leads one back to primitive t folk plays to secular Improvisations and mediaeval renderings of sacredtt story and all study of perfected typesi shows clearly here and there the de terminate influence Of these first at temptsIIt Is odd that no one lids undertaken a similar Investigation of our Amerl can drama a species of art so dis tinctive from drama proper that we are not only justified In seeking but are compelled to seek a partially dltII ferent origin The material drawn j from American lire developed by I American talent and appealing toII American audiences has peculiar characteristics 1 pointing Irresistibly In con ception development and execution toII our first artistic achievement thoJJ American circus and inquiry as to origins takes us back to our ownII shall I say mediaeval days when PII T Burnum was perfecting the entertainment j that was to burst upon the eyes of an astonished world Ii Though we can hardly be said toII have evolved new species we haveII given such marked coloring to existing I types of comedy that we may fairly claim the credit of creating new varieties The local color play tho soIciety play the melodrama the comIcI opera flourish as strictly national pro ductions upon our soil differentia be tag perhaps moro firmly established In the case of the first two than of the others In all motif plot characteriza tion setting show unmistakably the In fcuence of the great prototype already fcuggeVted Circled and circles of unretattd lic Iin swift galldtfife from bit to ab tiler Wit 14 ItfOMtM it1EJd nave MaafA think tH rullmsr teeti prise 4- I 0 wetS and effect In order that something nopromatter what may happen every mlnstel1o not their ori herginventure to affirm that In no other as t country can legs wriggle so swiftlybutcan the swinging and leaping of theligltrapeze performer go so alertly and a contortionetitsl innUhosei it8rmn0sswalitamabopUDeonnectedlytiers = NosI Are SJirerrd Shoppiertf I Most people take It for granted that when women enter a convent they Ilose all sense of the value of worlds goods said a member orn dry goo firm In discussing the patronage of r igloos housesxAs a matter of fai nothing could be further from tl truth and nuns are recognized every where In the trade as shrewd purcbafllAIers Hard buyers the trade term I neri might be applied to many of them r son Having taken the vow of personal fov tl aarrrou erty they are nevertheless as canny thae as any business men when It comes toouta Business proposition or an invest Ne I ment of the moneys of their order and Invtl It Is a well known fact that some of thegypI most farsighted real estate InvestmentsJ f tI figQsuperiorst itheiraulnetcalledthenwen zJabltsSome firms make a specialty of re =Hglous trade and separate apartments non 1reWactcrowd New York Press V i- Dien o oaj t tlN iila Kall Yw Na11 Ir at II i uirfT1i i1r Icr1 ir f e f NeW Potash Discovery u One series of experiments lava justt been concluded by tho Depurtinerir of Agriculture that promise to bo of Im mense value to time fnrnioro of the country in furnishing them with n new supply of fertilizer at very much it cheaper rates than has ever been pas slblu before ami at the same time 1l emancipating this country from Ger many which huts heretofore furnished almost our entire supply of potash fertilizer It IIs a long and quite an interesting story and probably will Meat a great deal to agriculture In this country The most remarkable part of It Is too that the Idea origin ated In the bureau of roads which nominally has nothing to do with for tilizers Last summer when Dr Cushman of 1 the roads office was working in tho laboratory with very finely powdered rock the idea struck him as it has struck n good many other chemists that It was a natural born shame that this country with nn unlimited supply of rock high In its percentage of potash should have to depend on other countries for Its potash salts for there his never been any commercial deposits of the salts found in this coun try as It Is In Germany Ho extracted some of the potash by electricity though It is by no means certain yet that this can be done on a paying 0 commercial basis But then he de tided that as ground rock was very lcheapi It might be worth while to try the experiment of letting the plants do their own extracting lie tried tiptp rock did actually act as a fertilizer though the potash It carried was so tied up that It took the chemistry ofr nature to extract it and feed It Into the plant But the first trial prom ised well SUCCESSFUL GREENHOUSE ElPERI IENTSal The work was then turned over to the bimviu of plant industry anti three similar plots of tobacco were planted In the reenhouse One of I c importedGermanwithout any fertilizer at all and the r third was fertilized with finely ground common granite The granite was d high In potash but it had not been r experlsuia there was a big new field of home grown fertilizer open to the farmer 11tf When the crops of tobacco were cut the Imported fertilizer had proof 1acrop of green leaf tuatwelghed l graniteIa I produced a crop of 15i pounds and the unfertilized crop was spotted and rr ran only about 120 pounds This crop was examined by tho ex perts and so far as could be told the leaf was not only Just as heavy but of just as good texture Inthe granite fertilized patch as In the patch on which the German fertilizer had been used The crop Is being dried now and it will take a long time before it Is all fermented and properly cured so that It can be made up for smok e ing and tested In that way But that was a greenhouse expert ment and greenhouse work to field work is about like laboratory expert ments to commercial work What succeeds under glass may or may not go out of doors But tho department 1 1wnsso well pleased with the results that It has tried tho new fertilizer on 1 1cropsof tobacco up In Connecticut In Virginia Kentucky and Florida I These crops are now under way and there is a great deal of Interest felt In the success of the work out of doors The principal question seems to be whether there will be enough water in the natural rainfall to make the potash In the ground rock avail able for the plants During a ythlng like a decently wet season there Is lit tie question that there would be water In plenty But It Is possible that for a very dry crop there will have to be as much as a tenth of Im ported fertilizer added to the native rock A VAST SAVING The ground rook on the other hand can be produced for about 3 a ton and there is so much of It In the country that runs high In potash ands available for use that tho supply could never be cornered It Is true that the native fertilizer takes about two tons to give the same results as one ton lof tho soluble Imported salts But this amounts to 0 for fertilizer agahist 10 or 100 So the result Is not bad Several mills tire already being erected one In Maryland and one in Now England for grinding rock for just this purpose and there are a number of other concerns that havo i talked of going Into the business be fore even the field experiments of the department are finished l importantlc thecrellttorthk i quesUonIt probably will not be- ei thca rpadVoffJce i 1 nflTlt Is not In their line of work And lift department will get nothing out of Jt from the farmers but thanks for that Is what the department Is there forIt Is n discovery which If It pans out Is of Immense Importance to agriculture There are nanny crops such as tobacco and tomatoes witch require excessive proportions of pot ash while nil cpmplcto fertilizers con tain liberal percentages Potash Is one of the trinity which makes plant growth possiblepotash nitrogen and phosphorus Capons and CaponizIng By CHARLES J PILLING Capons are aptly termed the finest chicken meat in the world for there Is nothing growing feathers which is their superior If equal A capon 1Is neither rooster nor honIt Is nothing else than a capon After removing the organs of reproduction from the cockerel Its nature becomes entirely changed The birds take on a more rapid growth are more tame awkward l In carriage and always exceedingly lazy they grow a very heavy andl beautiful plumage the comb and wattles cease to grow the spurs do not develop as in the cockerel and being east off by both rooster and hen the capon soon shows a fondness for the society of little chicks BEST TIME TO CAPONIZE Fowls hatched any time of the year make tine capons no 111 results follow the operation at any time in the year The bird should be from two to three months old not over six mouths and weigh not less than a pound to a pound and a half The size Is equally as Important as the age April May June July August September told October are the months generally taken for caponizing for the reason that spring chickens arrive at the grope- ge and weight for the operation dur ing these months also because cock sects caponlm then reach at the proper age and weight for market dur Ing the months of November Decem her January February March Aprl and May at which times there IIs the greatest demand for them lu the cities and highest prices secured PROFIT IN CAPONS Caponlze the chicks anti youliavc at once laid tho foundation for a handsome profit In a short time to come Outside of the cardinal points of prof It the simplicity of the operation l when proper Instruments are used recommends Itself to every one A boy ten years old can readily perform the operation and any one can soon become an expert To the poultry raiser It can be said that there Is no source of profit bring J Ing larger returns for till outlay thunIJ I raising capons the profit In a great majority of cases being over 100 percent The question of assured profit J Is nn nilconvincing argument In any line and preeminently so to the poulI tr men whose losses are added to from various unlooked for sourcesfDIRECTIONS FOR CAPONIZING From twentyfour to thirtyfive hours before performing the operation select such cockerels ns you intend tot caponize these should be from two to four months old confining them In a clean airy coop or room without food or water The best time to con line them Is at early morning as their long fast will then end about noon of the following day at which time the operation Is performed Should the day be cloudy or wet do not caponize them but let the operation go until you have a bright and fair day It Is necessary that you have all the light possible in the matter Now utter slightly wetting the spot proceed to turn down the feathers from tlwtupper part of the last two ribs and just In front of the thigh jointrPull the flesh on the side dawn to ward the hip and when the operation t Is finished the cut between the ribs crrr vslt slm 1tLt I MAKING THE INCISION twill be entirely closed by the skin t going ba k to Its place PROPER INSTRUMENTS It Is a matter of Importance to have proper Instruments for caponlzlug and the more Is read of the literary effu paperstodaytho more need there Is to caution thoI isnotbutcher or to cause unnecessary paint1 NOT A CRJCIE1 OPERATION lmeitnteinI S wlflhcltor proving to the contrary This Is a greatly mistake notion and the ope ation bestows an unlimited amount kindness on the bird area it ther1 I INSERTING TIlE SPREADER were no other considerations or re1 turns The writer as has everyou- else J on n farm has seen co kerels fi at one another time and time again tearing flesh and feathers with beak and cutting with spurs Before the combatants could be separated there has ahllnulbirdcrueltyAfter tllobirdposition Is quiet and peaceable habitsI mild and tending to a solitary life and perfectly contented wherever aboutthoning off flesh ns fast as put on They no longer arouse the whole neighbor bytheircontrary become models of good ills positions leading a quiet life that will surely bring large returns to the raiser nwaywithconsidered cruel GurdcnrThe waning of summer mU as a garl1llIprthawinter use It IsI desirable to get the plants Into the ground before August has too fur advanced If the celery Mnythet first be In proper shape for trans planting If this has not boon done stocky plants may bo obtained at the seed store Celery culture to be successful deplrthonot dried out as Is the case where the tiny rootlets coupe close to the surface In u mud search for moisture Celery plants require that tile roots be cool with plenty of water alt not stagnant water It Is considered ad visable therefore before planting to prepare tits ground thoroughly and deeply Having tho ground in good work planttdug IIs to make a slInch deep furrow filled In with three Inches of flue wellrotted manure of rich compost nearlylcvolmixed with manure Dwarf self REMOVING THE ORGANS blanching celery moor bo selected for the Name garden and this should be planted In rows two and a half feet apart and not closer than six Inches In the row The till sorts take up n good deal of room In the garden The best day for planting celery Is a dull one when the sun will not have a chance to burn the roots of tile young plants It might bo well to nllk these before removing from the seedbed or box so that the roots will more quickly mingle with the soil In the now homo Another good plan Is trim off tho tops say one third und dip the roots In water As n result of this the plants will scud out strong hoalthy roots before throwing energy Into the tops Called Shunts muff Railroad men are telling of a recent experience of Mr Shonts the head of the Panama Canal Commission Shonts as president of the Clover Leaf System was traveling on a pass He was approached by a conductor who appeared to be about as husky a speci men of manhood as Shonts isand who him ho would have to pay extra fare or cease occupying the drawing of the parlor car Shonts produced his pass but the conductor said the agreement between the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and the Pennsyl vania System was that passholders could not occupy drawingrooms un less they paid extra fare Shonts re marked that he would not pay extra fare The conductor declared Shonts would pay or bo put out Shonts man aged to conceal his feelings well enough to Inquire with a show of calmness who would conduct thg eject ment The conductor calmly answered that ho would undertake tho Job Shonts said ho did not believe ho could It Tho conductor then told Shonts to produce the money In ten minutes or be ejected The conductor went away and returned on schedule time Shonts paid Q To Determine Length of Day By a simple rule the length of the day and night at any time of the year may be ascertained By doubling the time of the suns rising the length of doublinghegiven Thus when the sun say nt five oclock the length darIstnlpht Jqften hopes t j n J I FROCKS FOR TBS YOUNG GIRL fhat the Little Folks are Wearing this Summer BERTHA BROWNING Batiste of all descriptions Is the material most In vogue for young girls dresses and childrens frocks of drcHHy order Taffetas are also used usually of u fancy type showing small checks or equally small broche e f feels on a plain or changeable ground and in medium tints For ordinary wear there are pique linen and neutral fabrics fashioned into frocks of simplicity and trim styl atre gees of elegance Many of the skirts thoft on with deep bands of embroidery or taco Tucks and ruffles are muchI used while the knife plaltlugs ofI gurnlturetorA great simplicity pervades th linen pique and light woolen RultsI for girls These usually have a phut skirt trimmed only with bias folds ofofI the material The Jacket Is a short narrow seml fitted one with basques never exceeding four Inches In length Girls from twelve to sixteen do no7f wear the corselet skirt nor are they suitable for any but fully developed figures The Parisian girl attains the age of sixteen before she Is considered suchSFOR TIlE TOTSII For younger children from five to twelve the same materials are usedf with the exception of taffetas Fo j completeby8 narrow frilling are the favorite trim Wing The best frock may be of eye let embroidery having a 1 osI1 A LITTLE TOT TN X COOL SUMUE- DRESS This merely surrounds tho waist without bolng drawn In snugly and Is knotted at one side with short ends while song loops and ends finish the other side The ribbon used for this IIs not wide number 1C being the usual choice The only silks used for children are tussah and occasionally foulard the latter plain and In ecru tint- THDI COATS FOR SMALL FOLKS Coats for small folks are con constructed a bit differently from those worn by older girls These are cut with loose front as well as hack- but at the same time It Is narrow In proportion the basque Is longer often reaching onethird down the shapelesscoat style being of full length while dress sleeves usually end at the el bowA separate wrap which Is much In vogue among young girls Is the loose medium length coat of shepherds plaid This lIs of some soft wool a favorite being white lined with black or groy The only adornment consists of the fabric or pearl buttons down tie front line coat Is worn with every sort of dress from the knocka bout frock to the dressy afternoon or Sunday outfit Some of the samo style coats a bit different In shaping are be ing worn by young and older women They do not appear so well upon anyone as upon the girl for whom they were originally Intended Taffeta Coats of similar style are also worn but are not so popular nor suitable fcr youthful wearers LINGERIE HATS FASHIONABLE t Hats for the young folks are mostly broad and of the capellne order The strays are supple so that they IUU bo readily pinched up Into any isiiII of shape The fabric hat that to say of batiste or linen Is of broad shape and very becoming These are more popular than lust year If pos Bible and may be worn upon almost any occasions according to the hut These are stiffer than tho straw hunts because they are made over wire frames ytarcy Tint farmer thought he would fool me when he put u door knob and a china egg in my nestlrom Life A musty cellar may bo sweetened by setting pans of very hot charcoal about the floor especially in the dark corners Tho Standard 011 Trust has now got ten control of tho starch industry Here is where we will nil get it in tho neck Numerous office boys who lost their grandmothers just alter the opening of the last baseball season are already re porting other relatives in a critical condition I t YSam It fREB FARM SCHOLARSHIP I WhoWantsof Agriculture A fret scholarship In scientific and practical agriculture Is open to soiiiu young man who can demonstrate his illness for the privilege 13 J 1101i1 lister the Jean of the Wluoua AgrijII cultural Institute ut Vinous Lak gleUIIIituition and living expenses for the two school years Thus It will be winsrecomparatively little expense to him self The course given In the Insti- e 1I tute embraces agriculture and hortl culture The student will not be allowed 1 to take up any special line either In the practice or tho acquiring of these kindred sciences However special privileges may be granted I where the student shows a decide- e I taste for specializing Competition 1 Is open to young men over sixteen years UnionUf good character endorsed by hru well known citizens Those who wish to compete should write to the Dean givingfa e reasons why they desire to take u agricultural science The work 1 Is Instlltuto nblulo succeed and after graduating have an opportunity to take up practical work at other points where the Dean ofa f needdmen By reason of this necessity he offers this scholarship IIh ow- Blctbpluee of Common Plants GermanyItalyI the onion Is from Egypt Tobacco Is a native of North America plantriteRye was first cultivated In blbetla Greece gave us the citr- onWherever anywhere inthis country there is I Any One who has the Spirit ofTrue Patriotism and Genuine Love of Humanity In his or her heart The Coming People By CHARLES F DOLE c should be the first book to be read peopleRwho sell the dangers the future holds fur our country unless we roach a wise solution of tc tremendous social problems that confront us The spirit In which we should approach the consideration of those problems is set forth in this remarkable book in a way that must bo an inspiration to every truly hu mane and patriotic heart Let tho spirit of common sense and opti mism and fundamental economic and phil osophical truth that pervades this book be taken as the underlying motive of the movement and the Creed and Platform of tho Homccroflcrs as the practical plan to work to and the rest of the great social questions are certain to be rightly solved by application to them of the sound and humane principles that will guide the action of our people upon all great national questions One copy of The Coming People post age prepaid will be mailed to any address in the United States for twentyfive centsOne copy of both The Coming People and The First Book of the Homccrofters and Maxwells Talisman monthly for tho rest of the year 1000 will be mailed to any address in tho United States for fifty cents Remit in postrte stamps to The Home crofters 143 Main street Watertown Mass Dig Profits in Caponsl 1Nv eaiysoontComplete outfit instructionsCAPON I Poultry Marker I5o- I TOOLS French Killing knlfeWo K Capon Book Freo OEOPPlLLlVUiSQNBSMArchSt PUlLAPa L ITheDentists JiLL John Sharp WH llama visits New York ho never falls to look In at a small kindlingwood shop presided over by an old negro what was formerly a retainer In tho WIN llama family On his latest call lioA found the old man unhappy Whats the matter Late Kisktd c tho Democratic leader i Ilse just been 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rashirtmen Pongee Rajah taffetas Ir mohi r and ot dlfficultfor to holl1e dressmaker to e abbed yoke with its stole front closing at he eft of the centre is very effective and fli e style Three tucks appear m cat e ftfthe centre front and back and again at each side seam of the skirt Muttons are much u ed anIhere urpi I shedbelowtodevelopIgownIOitosizes 83 to 43 inches bust li sizes 00 to 30 IncheS waist The price of these patterns Is flOc but either wlll be sent upon receipt of tOe fPALISADE PATTERNicoft t 17 Battery Place New York City For in gents enclosed please send pattern addressSIZE SIZENAADDRESS Stt CITY andSTATEti r- r A rnH41u i i 0 1 i I Xij 1 GIRL GRADUATE JOB HUNTING l A PULL DID MORE THAN WEEKS OF PATIENT SEARCII One College Woman Found It a Hope less Task to Get Work In New York Even When She Was Willing to Take AnythingHow Her Chance Came at Last It is not easy sometimes for a roman who has been graduated from r college to gut a start In New York The experiences one girl mat with in her search for a job in Now York may be taken as typical of wbat the average girl graduate runs up against when she starts out to make her own about 100 in her purse and a wayII of letters from hei college pro that told of her talent and scholarship this woman came to New York rented a small furnished room downtown unpacked her trunk and jhvmtr thus established herself turned j her whole attention toward netting a job Besides having had brilliant career at college Miss M possessed some literary ability and she was anxious to get some sort ot work along literary lines She had visions of getting Into some large publishing house to do translating from French or German or Italian or perhaps too some book reviewing or annotating or somotning of that kind or possibly she might get on the regular staff of u newspaper She went to the nearest drug store sought out the business directory and made a neat list of tbe names aud addresses of the various newspapers and magazines which she proceeded to i call upon in turn Tho editors received her very polite ly listened gravely to all she had to say read her letters of recommenda tion said Ah very good indeed c took her name and address said they really had nothing at present but would communicate with her when an opening ocoored and bowed Her outMiss Nwas not daunted Ono could not expect to jump right into a job at once Besides did they not all have her name and address on tile i Any morning now there might be a P typewritten letter in her mall box Lulling her to go to wore Day after day slipped away and 4illshe kept calling on editors and still with the sama result Froth each additional one of these conference she would depart a little more sore at re i heart she would go back to her little room get outher carefully concealed ii store of money and count it over It was getting noticably smaller and there was no present prospect of heri being able to add to it At the rate of 7 week f0 for her room and food postagejl stamps it would lust hut a few weeks iji sheigot nothing in the meantime She had taught herself snorthand in 1p anticipation of using it in reporting i but ned bad very little time or oppor trinity to practice it she also knew r how to manage a typewriter With these acquirements she could surely I get work as stenographer she had i beard that educated atenogiaphera I were rare and very much in demand She bethought herself of a certain j prominent publishing house where a stenographers place had been offered I If her She nad refused the offer before as something quite bEneath net notice but now tbe thought of it came like a light in the darkness Yes the l manager was still willing to take her e would put her to work that very morning at 7 a week A place at a a little table with n typewriter on it r was gIven her stenographers note 1 bops as well Aionnd her were several tDos Your Stomach t Bother You 1 r Shoops Restorative Cures All Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves r As you value your health and happiness doal paindontDr Shoop Restorative and end all theseJ troubles These aches are signals they are toignoreyo I i r eut a fctnse ot fullness A followed by a period trlasIUudl or drowsness beware I TI indigestionyouUbecome 117oI any gethese simp tomedUtress after lIattngreturn of food to mouthC1ng at pit of sto IB choAPV5r0 r these way your uty IsI claar Ir 4 Mere Is but one url4ropCntoIOU ryeethesespeciAldrr f toDdl 1sti9 on t ttoroelust give t t I IleatfelOomo1natursn 1 ra Y T Tablets orTJ ni i tofi14 betaken todo thttiiis the only pn gpMen which builds upor even attempts M E DrEJ AI tli t- a i other stenographers all with their I fingers flying over the Keys at lightning speed and the din made by all these machines was deafening She looked at these other stenographers with a sinking of the heart she had never dreamed that it was possible to work a typewriter go fast she won dered how long it would take her to do itAt this point u little thin wiry business like looking man came up to her and told her tbat she was to take dictation from him The dictation proved to be altogether too rapid for her but she blundered on frantically losing words and phrases making all sorts of fantastic outlines getting cramps in her fingers and hoping a gainst hope that she would be able to remember enough of the gist of the letters to supplY the omissions Letter followed letter all at the same apparently breakneck speed un til about half a notebook was tilled Then the man rose with the xetnnrc that he supposed that that would be enough to keep her busy for an hour or so and left her with the type writer and the notebook She started in bravely to type the firt letter but her hands trembled so that she kept hitting the wrong keys and had to run out and patch up The constant whirl of noise made by the other type writers confused her so that she scarcely knew what she was doing and all the time she was nervously con scions of the eye of the manager watching her from his desk However she at last got under way and was beginning to get control ot the machine when she ned to come ton dead stop she bad reached a place in her notes where she had lost several words and try as she might she found ft impossible to supply them At last she gave up in despair She gahered up the loose sheets of paper closed the notebooK and laid all in a neat pile beside the typewriter tnen she went over to the managers desk and said timidly IIm afraid I cant keep the posi tion I havent enough speed I cant read my notes He did not even loos up All right he said tartly better see that ycu know what you are do ing before you take anything again We have no time to spend over Incum potent people In New York The tears started in her eyes anti she turned away to hide the quiver- of her lips She put on her hat and Reset hastily and slipped out glad to get away and be free again But tore feeling ot independence could not last long More and morn she felt herself pursued by the haunt ing fear that she would be left without any money to pay for her room and her 125 cent dinner and the rolls and coffee that served for breakfast and lunch Sue began to lie awake at night and ceased to Had any relish in her solitary meals She imagined when she 1 oked into the little blurred mirror that she already looked old but she did not are particularly- Her one aim now was to got some thing to do Every morning she be took herself to the nearest branch of the public library and eagerly spanned the long columns of help wanted female Ftom there sne would set out on a systematic tour of adver ttsement answelng exhausting her iI strength by walking long distances to save carfare These tours revealed to her a great many things that she had not previously known about ad vertisingShe got to know that when people advertise for a Cal turedrefined lady of education tact and adaptability they want a book agent or a demonstrator of some art tide that every mother in the country should possessor a woman to go about from house to house with n little satchel full of samplesto convince the hitherto ignorant public that there is little hope tor them in this world iif they refuse to avail themselves of the immense benefits that are to be deny ed from the continual use of Dr Pink ertons Purple Pills or Sister Sylves ters Soothing Syrup And when they advertised for a Refined lady to spend four or five hours a day in pleasant and profitable em ployment they want a woman to solicit orders for Comtnings Correct Coiset or Poppertons Peerless Petti coat She answered one ndvertisement which called for Ladies philanthrop plcally inclined to engage in a special branch of church work and found that the worK consisted in peeking out likely victims and persuading them to buy a certain number of oottlet of a wonderful elixir that would almost instantly cure any and all ot the dis eases that any woman could suffer train She also found that when a woman advertised for a cultHvated e young lady to act as companion sh usually w flted for Ilees wagea than would be paid to a general servant a coprbturttiogoI companion ladys maid wamstresaapd musical instruct tor and vvheu she advertised for a governess she wanted some cn who would take entire charge of little Milllcent Reginald and Hildegarde aged ISS and 1 years respectively c ns take her meals with the servants and have one afternoon a week off Uninviting as the jobs appeared Misss M was willing to take them at least snch of them as offered regu lar salaries The only thing she ab solutely refused to bo was an agent on commission for she bad no faith in her powers of persuasion But with her regular salaried places there was always some hitch people always wanted to employ experienced per sons She bad never been a ladys companion consequently women felt shy of employing her and then per hops she was not expert enough with her needle or not safficently daft at Dressing hair She could not be a nursery gover ness because she bad never had the care of young children and to the tond mamma preferred to trust little Floyd and Gladys to take care of an ignorant nurie girl who bad already bad charge of a child tor three months If she tried to get into a publishing house as an officx assistant he did not write well enough or rapidly enough and moreover she had no experi ence One case of advertismeuts called tr- a young lady to qualify as secretary to an author These authorswho were usually to be found in downtown offices turned out to be men who were pursuing some great inventive scheme or writing some great books that was to make a wonderful stir in the world iii the course of a few weeks or months and bring in profits unbound ed In the meantime however they were not prepared to pay a secretary any definite salary but when suc cess and money arrived then the secretary would share in the profits and glory She did get int a publishing hous for a week to address envelopes but as addressers are paid only 1 a thous and and as her inexpert hand could not address more than SOU in a day she earned exactly 480 for her long weeks wore and was informed at the end ot the week that her service would not be required after that day 04 they had a greit deal of work to be done and it did not pay them to em ploy slow hands That night she walked back to her room from the office with her 4 80 in her purse wondering vaguely what I she was gong to do now The streets were thronged with the usual oclock stream all hurrying all intuit to their own business Everyman bath business and desire passed her mind as she watched the tbrougII faces She caught herself wondering what all these people did for a liveli hood and the sight or their hurry and preoccupation made her feel more keenly than ever before the utter emptiness and desolation of her Dositlou Sue was fitted for nothing by which she could earn even a bard living she had noplace to go to bat a title em pty room which would be hers only Ko long as she could pay 250 a week for it in advance Sne had no one even to speak to no one to care whether she came or went or what she did She had now come to the stage when the domestic section of tne help wanted femaleMntetested her above all According to the paper there wtri plenty of these wanted She wondered if she were gooa enough to be a general servant or if that too were beyond her grasp At least it would do no harm to try She made several ventures along this line but they were all as unsuccessful as the others hud been Either shn was too small and frail looking and would not be able to get through with all th work or she could not bake cake o she had a suspicions look not being toe regular type and having no reter ences and therefore was not to be trusted Above all she had had no experienceShe away from this last vent ture convincedthat there was nobody on the face of the earth who was wanted or needed leIs than she She envied the illiterate little eighteen yearold stenographers all dress and slang who bad speed she envied the glib and affablecultnred ladies who could make a living out of Slater Sylvpsterss Soothing Syrup she envi ed the expert addressers who coul address 2000 envelopes a day she envied the nursery governess who ha bad experience I and she envied theI happy generals who could leave a place one day and get another the next Alas she was none of tnese whatever she tried she was Inexper and incompetent more of a hindrance than a yelp One morning as sne was going out to make another desperate round of search she found a letter in the box from a man who had been a friend to her father Enclosed with It was a letter addressed to the editor in chief of one of the big dalles The first letter ran as follows beanefor a position along literary lines know just how difficult it is to get Buoh work aid I want to help you if tieHeirie ilia Kled Yon new Ahx 10111 Slgattart at- G possible To this end I enclose a note of introduction to Mr W wno is an old college friend of mine in the nope that he way be able to aid you in getting what yon want Wishing you every success Jam teo This letter awake very little ex pectancy in Miss Ms breast she had been disappointed too otten to allow herself to be boy d up with hope again However it would do no harm to try so she called that morning and sent tae letter in by the office boy The editor who was one of those she hud previously called upon sent for her asked her a few questions about her training looked at her kind ly and said he wonld like to see some ot the work she had already done Miss Mdrew out some manu scripts from a long envelope and hand ed them to him He glanced over them said they were well above the average considered gravely for u few minutes and then proceeded to make her the following proposition He would pay her a curtain specified weekly salary for a certain nuruber of columns of stuff the nature of which he explained to her Would she be willing to accept the offer Miss M could scarcely believe her ears When the internal tumult had somewhat subsided and she was ablo to think connectedly she said I never for a moment imagined you wonld take me seriously nobody else ever thought of duing so My flea young lady he replied II a man will not engage a person he knows nothing about It does not matterhow may letters of recommendation that person may have stating tnat he is the most wonderful genius who has yet gone neglected by an unappreciative world People arenatnr ally suspicious ot strangers and moreover they are notlinterested in them that is only human nature But hero I have a letter from a very dear friend of mine telling me all about you and I feel like giving yon a cnnuce both for your own sake and to oblige my friend Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelley ot Mansfield Pa writes I wus in poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and spent considerable withoutIcured by Foleys Kidney Cure and desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes ISlId by A R Flakier Dr and Mrs C F Marshal and daughter Ruth left Tar Springs lust Saturday for their home at Irvington on account of the illness of A O Marshal Mr Marshal is suffering from an attack cf typhoid fever and has been taken from Gustou to Irving ton at the home of his father G T Marshal War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages ot consumption the white pleaguo that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consum ption Do not risk your heiltn by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Dar is safe and certain in results Ask lor Foleys Hdney and Tar and insist up on having it Sold by A K Fisher Luven Young UtvMlii She vasvultlUK for him ut the door when he returned home from business Incehoneymoon vns over and they had newrtint lien delicious dinners had not yet proved all that he had hoped for but he was good natured about it fop cause their servant was little more than a girl The bride was looking after the cooking herself Oh nick she said as slit took his hut coat and bundle of newspapers Ive Imd such a delightful day Flor once has been here and also was delighted with our cozy corner ns sho called It Then we went out shopping together and Ive the loveliest Yes yes dear he said but you can tell me nil about It at dinner Im a little hungrier than usual tonight clatterdDick else tremblinglyI said Ive havedspent n little more money you should have done Well make It up somehow But Dick Ive let tile girl vJ for the evening and Oh never mud the girl Yell watt on ourselves and Ill help you to wash the dishes There now But Dick dear Ive been 10 busy Ive forgotten the dinner London TitBits Death of RUMfir oagw New York July 23At kiln co tt7home la Lawrence L I Russell sags the veteran financier lies dead The end came at 430 Sunday afternoon immediate cause of his death be ling heart failure rosulting from a toIage Cream Separator Bursts Lemara Iowa July 27 Three boy tried to make a cream separator go as fast as possible when it flow to pieces Oeorge Frerich was instantly killed Fred Frerich was struck In the eye and will lose the sight of It and Ernest Freric hadhla arm brpkem Jt yss IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Niagara FallsRate of 1250 will be made from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return Date of sales July 23 and August 0 16 and 23 Return limit 12 days from date of sale Old Poiut Comfort Rate of 15t 50 will be made from Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return Date of sales July 23 and August 11 Return limit l15 days front date of sale Owensboro Chautuqna Reduce rates Aug 1 to 21145 for round trip from Cloverport Rardinsburg picnic Aug 4 Round- trip ticket Cloverport to Hardinsburg sold for train leaving Cloverport 507 and 942 and good returning same day Old Point Comforton July 28 and Aag21 limit 15 days rom 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 South East On tbe first bud third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist raton to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1106 lII ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Daily Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A SI stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville 725 A M No 143 Dally Mall ana Uxpress leaves Clo verport942A51 stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No ill Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 449 p m stops at all way stations atLouisvilleacoommodation WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 400 a m arrives Evans vine 900 am oxpressleaveslIawtsvllieml II IJT Lowisport Macao Owenshoro Stanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrive St Louts 720 p m Train No 143 Mall and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p in stops at all stations No 145dally St Louis fast tralnl aves Clo verport 1111 P M arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis 740 A 31 stops at Uawosvllle Owensboro and Henderson only betweenLoultvllllcars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 116 between Louisville aLd St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND IeavesFordsvllleil Ul Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords vtlle 390 p m arrives Irvlngton 520 p tu Train No 8 Sunday only Fordvllle630a m irvington e03 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 am arlves Fordsvtlle 245 p mTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvignton 650 p nv arrives Fordsville Pr5uni ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extrtmly low round trip rates to poInt IIr 511rEiS ilPIIOUISIANA- A1tlASA INDIAN TEUKITOKV OK JLAHOMA and TEXAS on the first dOG third Tuesdays of each mouth Through personalty conducted excursion sleepers from Lousvllle to California Ari zoos tad Texts Full Particularshad ot nome Agents or by addressing F W HAKLOW D P A Louisville PRESS TIm BUTTON Slmplett5l1rett5arettHandlert SilfSUing Pen No glut Slie- rno Ink to spillno dogging or shaking You limply preu the button u In the picture and the pen fiUi In- Write acJuh I the instant ft touches the p p r- EaglelSO Flash NOIJ with 14 karat solid gold pen point fineit vulcanized rubber and fully guaranteed Lag FlubNo25 250EaUIar iiie 300 with sold band 400 Sold by Sutionen and Other Stores Ask YOUR DEALER If be doesnt tell you the Eagle FLASH Fountain Pent then tend the retail price direct to as Each pen absolutely par Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway Nw York HAIR BALSAM I misuse sad besatUU th hate I Promote a hmuUnt growth I orsEalrI I ffeCed L PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGECloverport Ky J S WORTHAMLeltchficld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortlmm will be in attendance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtscollectingroad CourtsOmce StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for- suits and trousers in high madebyanteed Moderato prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May J Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans rifle- 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 by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville jl75 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 7- 1Spleudid accommodations for stock General Office 15415X3I53 4th at Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS G F and P At 6EOH WILSON Snot Sour StomachNo nerrers new headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catsof the stomach art all due to IndlgMtU Kodol cures Indigestion This new dliov cry represents the natural Juices of dlptlon as they exist In a healthy atomack combined with the greatest known ta sand reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure IndlgeitUt and dyspepsia but this famous remer cures all stomach troubles by cleanslaf purifying sweetening and strengthenlmjg the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Bill of Rironrvood W Va uyae I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty r rf Kodol cured m and w are now uilnf It Ia mr for baby II Kodol Digests What You Let Bottles only S 100 Silo holding 2tt emu the b4A size which Belts tor 50 cent PrwuMi by L 0 DWITT at ooOHIOAMI Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivoy 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 To Foil Lyn her Knoxville Tonn July 21Oeorge ONeal and Bruco Cilft alleged murderers of William Gentry at Newport Tonn two weeks ago wore brought to this city by Sheriff Booher of Cocko county to avoid possible lynching the feeling against the men being high Gentrys body was found in a cave near Newport by some boys Ho was last seen in company with Clift and the oficers arrested Cllft and ONeal his employe After the preliminary hearing it was proved that robbery was the motive for the grime whoever committed it Cllft played cards with Gentry and lost and was afterward aeea wltha large rwuwt aI mQJ1A2Ll v Tr 0 i OUR HOME TOWN A Department Devoted to Village Betterment RICHARD HAMILTON BYRD t fit The editor of thin department desire to keep in touch with the active niembeni of Civic and Local improvement Associations and every one i4 life interested in the improvement protection und upbuilding of rust village V m What U being done in y mr town ti cncournR small Industries and t for home employment Y Yhat t + tJ dug ulunlC the tine of street Improve t Meat and the beautifying of private lawns roadways und public park Are your local merchants receiving the support of the local trade lk Experience plans nlesUons and nbntoKra1 wilt he welcomed by I the columns editor of t department anti so far na posr ale given place in tneeo AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A MARKET GARDEN HOME SMALL FARMS OX TIlE DEEP ALLUVIAL SOIL OF THE SOUTHWEST WHERE SUNSHINE AND AliUXDAXT WATER PRODUCE t MARVELOUS YIELDS Expert Truck Gardeners Growers of Dcrrles and Small Fruits and Poultry Raisers are Invited to Form the First Homecroiters Village In I Sthe Outskirts of Phoenix Salt River Valley Arizona tBown In tho historic Southwest that portion of the American continent whose ancient civilization antedates possibly that of even old Egypt a t wonderful work of transformation la roping op The magic of Irrigation Is again making populous nnd wealthy the wonderfully fertile minds of Arl tzbuo which In ages gone by supported treat cities nnd a dense agricultural population The most remarkable lugle Instance VI mia development la ofTheIrrigation the city of Phoenix hai arisen and Is soon destined to becom one of the large clues of the South west through the construction of the enormous Ton to liain RiSffvnlr A Ilotnecroftera Village Is now be Inc formed heir 1hoenlx It h tli3 outgrowth of nud combines three great Ideas 1 That the national government should Irrigate the deserts and drain the swamps to create opportunities for rum to get homes on the lanJ who vnnt only sufllclent laud each to oc I Caps and use and Intensively cultivate with his own labor 2 That tune men who want such homes should be aided to get then by t an organization which should work j solely for the benefit of the Hotm weaker nnd aid him In every possible way to get the Lest1 quality of land In rmnll tracts for the lowest poisiblo price with perfect titles and water I t rhuts 3 That the success of the Himo seekers who secure those homos should i bf promoted through an organization which would plan to aid in budding rlIIngc communities where the highest t possible advantage of education co t + operation nnd social life nol the most t attractive ruralI environment wvll t surround the homes and bn n part of the t t homo life of the residents of the vil t lage d To carry into practical operation f those three great Ideas throe separate f r organizations were In turn planned r t nnd formed by George II Maxwell i The fiat Idea was carried out through 1fho National Irrigation AiioriaUon r which conducted n rent campaign fo 1 national Irrigation resulting in the ra- P actment of the National Irrigation A tro In June Ifi03 L The second Idea was formulated and vi t throuthtK iients Association rf The third Idea has been embodied rjVln an organization recently formed rolled the Homecrofters Gild of till Talisman an account of which was ft fgit n In the last IIssue of thin paper in each of these associations Mr i r Maxwell was nnd in ntlll the active moving spirit and those who avail themselves of the opportunities he Is laboring to create for men of moder ate means to get homes on the land ivlll secure the benefit of his wide experience extending over more than fifteen years during which time he has given the closest study to every element necessary to the success of the man who makes a home on Irrigated land GREAT IRRIGATION DAM After the passage of the National Irrigation Act Mr Maxwell spent several months In the Salt River Val ley aiding in tho work of organizing 4 the landojmjof that ry Hy Into tin I J association known as the Salt Itlver I Valley Water Users Association That Association contracted with the nation al government for the construction under the National Irrigation Act of the great Tonto Reservoir which is now bring built on Salt River Some 70 miles above Phoenix and what was once an almost Inaccessible region visited only by the murderous Apaches and the oldtimes outlaws the Salt River and Its tributary Tonto Creek emerge from a frowning canyon Here 11000 men are nt work on the great lotto dam This huge structure will rise US1 feet above the n m w foundation and 230 fvt above the river I 11I I ht liui d ft wide at the b p IT tuil It will f n a giant t wedge eonnic lug the towering eon yon walls and become ns the en gineers report states as Immovable and everlasting as tho adjoining rock It will create n lake backing tho water up the Salt River 14 or 15 mllerf and 10 miles up the Tonto When tae I reservoir Is completed the water will now in till river channel for 44 miles and thii bo diverted by means of canals to tin irrigable lands surround I inc Phoenix Tills lake will hold 15 times ns much as the 8 million dol jar Croton reservoir which has justjj been constructed to supply New YorkI City with water and It will hold more than the great Assounn dam across the Nile Many of the day laborers on this work nre Apache Indians now pence ful remnants of Geronlmos wild band A Power Oannl has been taken ont nhove the reservoir which will carry the water around the mountr n side laketoit will be dropped over In a water inthiswill be placed in the river and canal system twenty thousand horse power r r 1 0 will be developed for use by the rest dents of the lands Irrigated in the Valley below from the reservoir for pumping water for Irrigation and other purposes The work on this stu pendous government structure Is being pushed forward with all practicable haste It is believed that In less than two years from today the water from the reservoir will be flowing Into the canal of the Salt River Valley In much less time than thnt the govern ment will be furnishing electric power for running the pumping plants of the farmers In the valley and furnishing electric power for all the purposes for which power from this source can be used S11 ILL G tRDEN FARAr TIIArtm0 More than a year ago Mr Maxwell conceived the Idea that the highest and best use to which the lands under this great government Irrigation system could be devoted was thnt they should be subdivided Into small tracts for garden farming berry culture nnd the growing of small fruits melons and other products of Intensive cultivation The raising of poultry In all Its hrnhoQ wnnld r I r the most protitnblc adjuncts of these Intensively cultivated garden farms In the past this character of land ctrl ture has not been practicable In the Salt River Valley because of the fuel that at the season of the year whey the water was most needed there be lug no reservoir the river was at Itf lowest stage and the supply of wale the shortest All this will be changed by the construction of the Tonto Baslt Reservoir practieademonstration rived from garden farms of this class should he so organized as to embody y y h JfIJ every possible advantage and safe frtiard Mr Maxwell employed two of the most export agriculturists In lh Salt River Valley whose long real dente there and familiarity with tho country peculiarly qualified them to select laud to the best advantage These gentlemen the Rroomcll Broth ors spent several months looking over land and finally selected n tract ad joining the trades of the Phoenix fi Eastern Railroad one mile from the street railway In the city of Phoenix immediately under the Snit Canal mid having the oldest nnd best of all the old water rights In the Vallej To these old water rights will bo added she Government Reservoir Right as soon ns the reservoir system Is com pleted The soil In this tract Is the finest alluvial loam resulting from thousands of years of rich deposit from the Salt River but above all danger of over How For more than a year the Rural Settlements Association has been nt work preparing this land for subdi visionI and settlement It hits been nil leveled mad checked mid distributing ditches and cross ditches built the avenues platted with palms and olive trees inns everything done to put the tract In the best possible condition for homebulldlng and for cultivation In vegetables and melons and nil kinds of truck gardening and small fruit and berry culture SURE CROPS UNDER IRRIGATION For such products the absolute certainty t of a water supply always and nt nay time whenever needed without nay human possibility of shortage Is the corner tone and the only wire foundation for success Any uncer tainty In the water supply menus failure Realizing this and bringing to n solution of the problem his long ex perience nUll wide observation of the essential clement n of complete success In tune making of such homes ns It has been planned should be made on this tract Mr Maxwell went still beyond the assurance even of water from the river and the government reservoir and there has been put down on the property n group of wells on which n pumping plant will be constructed These wells have an Inexhaustible sup plyI of underground water which will furnish more water limn can be used question ganized as a cooperative water com pany so that each home owner In tho tract will have his proportion of owner ship In It nnd the furnishing of pumped water to adjoining land may prottttocoowners In the plant None wilt bo allowed to become coowners In it ex cept those who acquire one of the tracts into which this Rural Settlements Association land will be sub divided It Is therefore manifest that the tract of land which Is now being subdivided by the Association under the direction of Mr Maxwell with Mr T W Broomell acting as Local Suner intendent on the ground offers the following advantages to the home seeker First n selection of the very boat tract of land so far ns quality of thin fInl exhaustible alluvial bottom land pa 2ii c 11 cullarly adapted to the culture of the crops which yield the highest acreage prone with Intensive cultivation becoud u water right in the oldest and best canal system in the Valley winch will be uuueU to by a vuier right in the Touio Basin Reservoir from the national government and still further supplemented by a right In tile cooperative water tumpuuy taint win own uud operate the puuipmy plain IiE GRAPES AND ORANGES 0 So that by no humnn possibility can the occupant of one of those garden farms fall to have an abundant water supply whenever needed and to what ever extent the water may be required The Salt River Valley Is In the cen tram part of Arizona and the summer climate Is of course hot but with such land as that embraced In the tract referred to with the ample and unfail ing supply of water for Its cultivation the summer heat and long growing season make It possible to practically engage In hot house culture out of doors and to nature crops so rapidly that four or five or even more of some crops n year may be produced from the same land This makes possible n profit per acre from truck gardening and berry culture and the raising of small fruits combined with poultry raising on the same place that will yield a profit per acre wholly unob tah able In a more rigorous climate The miners nnd great mining camps of the Southwest furnish an unsurpassed market for all the products ol such garden farms as those proposed on this tract of land A THRIVING LITTLE CITY The City of Phoenix on the out skirts of which this land Is located izI the capitol of Arizona nnd Is a city of twelve to fifteen thousand people with excellent schooln churches and all commercial facilities One finds In this southwestern city nnd on the sur rounding farms men from all sections of the country New England tho South the Mississippi Valley and the Northwest There Is a public school Immediately adjoining the Rural Set tlements Tract above described and It will be the aim of the Association to cooperate to make tula n model school A beet sugar factory la the moat rev cent addition to the Industries of the Valley The land here described which Is designated as the Rural Settlements Tract has been subdivided Into five acre plots and these will be sold only to those who are already skilled In truck gardening berry and small fruit culture and poultry raising because It is planned to make this Initial colony a demonstration of the possibilities of the Salt River Valley for this class of agriculture and It Is desired that the demonstration should be made by those who know how Sales will not be made to parties who do not wish to actually live on the laud or do not know how to cultivate It The Association pro poses to cooperate with the purchasers to insure the success of the latter nnd for that reason Is offering the land to the kind of customers de sired ut a price so low that It Is a chance rarelyI found by anyone who understand Intensive cultivation of a small tract of land and wants such a home Including the water rights In the canal system and the pumping plant the land will bo sold In five aero tracts for only 150 nu acre la cash I Anyone who may desire further par ticulars as to ItiU land or any Ituor unction us to the Homecraft Movement is cordially invited to address George II Maxwell 1403i Fisher Building ChI Sago Mr Maxwell is the Executive Chair man of The National Irrigation Asso ciation and the Executive Chairman anti General Counsel of the Rural Set tlements Association and the Dean of the Ilomecrofters Gild of the Tolls man and is devoting himself to carry lug out through these three associ ations the three great Ideas which are set forth ut the beginning of this arti cle Ills success In the National Irrlga = SLUICE GATE OF THE tlon Movement Is demonstrated by the following extracts from letters and te1c rams sent to him after the passage of the National Irrigation Act OF GENERAL INTEREST The plans for the building of this Homacrofters Village near Phoenix fry one that should Interest the bjwl I 0 ness men especially of every town und village m the country It will iJet demonstration and a working model for the subdivision of land now held In large tracts near every town or village into small Garden Homes where the prosperity of the many who will Intensivelyl cultivate SUCh small garden farms will contribute to the volume of trade and prosperity of the merchants of the town and en NE MILE OUT OF PHOENIX largo Its Social Circle and add to the charm of Its social life One quarter section of land thus subdivided will add thirtytwo families to the com munity and correspondingly iIncrease the trade of the town This movement for the building of Homecrafts or small garden homes In the outskirts of existing towns or vII logos or In the suburbs of the cities IIs n logical enlargement of the central Idea around which the National Irri gation Movement was organized Thnt Idea was that the greater the number of such small garden farms the greater the general prosperity nnd stability of the country The success of the Homecraft Village near Phoe nix will lead to Its duplication In the neighborhood of many other cities and towns throughout the country All Inquiries or communications as to the lands or matters above referred to should 1b addre ed to GEORGE H MAXWELL Executive Chilrman and General Counsel Rural Settlements A39oclMlon 1403 Fisher Building Chicago 111 Extracts From Telegrams and Letters TO GEORGE H MAXWELL IrrigationAssociationthe National Irrigation Act Southern Callfornln extends hearty congratulations nnd pledges continued sup port untilI work of National Irrigation AR sedation is accomplished An the leader In one of the greatest successful lIghts ever made on behalf of the people you de serve the highest honors that cnn be con ferred upon you but your work Is not completed until the provisions of the Irrl rntlon bill nro administered and fully safeguarded Chairman Southern C n DOOTHEJJI The National Irrigation J The Sterling Chamber of Commerce extends congratulations nnd best wishesupon passage of Irrigation hilt by Con gress Accept our thanks for your great service to the west R R GREER PresldlntIC B GODDARD Secretary Sterling Chamber of Com merce rGOVERNMENT CANAL- Congratulations I sincerely believe without George II Maxwell we would have had no irrigation legislation W M WOOLDRIDGE President Montana Agricultural Associ ation peHkpotthesuccess continue FRANK WIGGIN Secretary Los Aqtllw Chamber of Cera Inereewb- r r t P f For your sagacious persistent Untir ing and able eirortt In this cause the country owes you a debt of gratitude GEORGE F STONE Secretary Chicago Board or Trade The citizens of Billings and Yellowstone County through the undersigned desire to express to you their hearty congratu +1 bebalr BILLINGS COMMERCIAL CLUB SobllJ0theconclusion at such an early CuteIIIA A BURNUAM BusinessLague T There ought to be some recognition of = eottrellthrough untiringaortl SlonalHouse of Representatives CMember ttPleasetakenbyas if you had won the fight and the great L arid west In to have proper attention from the government CPresidentWagonMokers 81Ilations and sincere thanks for the noble 0tlonalthinking the snld results are due more to your untiring work than to any other one thing w CARL F ADAM Vicepresident and Mnnngor Alcatraz As glItornlaI wnnt to congratulate you on the mag ConlrllIsIyourfriendst youruntiringcertnlnly always be remembered by the grateful people west of the Missouri River JOHN STEELII General Agent The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Omaha Nebraska To you more than to any other ono firstforforthecrystallixatlon myheartyR W TANCILLiChairman Executive Committee Pecos Irrigation Company Carlsbad New Mexico hItj to congratulate you on the results of your YOIIhnvewithII youIII OC President coco Horticultural Society of Chi I JIrpndI i dllpntclL1Ii tbHouse lsrowlnln II on this rooming y nnd ho Is very very much pleased and aprhasdonei t tdlI BENJAMIN F rESecretnrymerce m L H Ii toihiltand 1 andI BI upon toInvery gratifyIng President C icarotectiveTariffLeague In 13dtheQtmeatnnmedown ai thpnuthorIcannotpcelvlng g Il1othrough 7 mnJorItyUnited States reeofoe thelctor1 er IrlgatlonRepresentativesyesterday nactmenttntogeneralship ceaselessglorIousvictory err annexcdgreater FuturogCnerftlousyoureffortstoblessmemory E J YOKAM AIsodatlonr eonIdiomwould not have been passed and that theII rnational r government would not have In itIt 1 organisation and the great campaign ofa n originatednod t In Ntoyouthegreat results which have been attained RIPLEYPre 3 utaJenauw c L- It C t r re +p l- r i rr r NEGRO LOVER Lodged in Jail at Elizabethtown After Elopement With Pretty t White Girl r Henry Claytor colored was brought hors from Louisville Wednesday morn ing by Deputy Sheriff Arthur Beard of Bardinaburg and lodged in jail on the extraordinary and sensational 3 prettyij John Gardiner a respected white t citizen of Irvington He was later 0secretely removed to Leitchfield and I louisvillelI still being high against him m He was arrested in Chicago Monday e where he and the girl had been follow ed by Mr Gardiner and Common wealth Attorney J R Layman of this place The couple were found at house 503 State street in that City where they had been living since atriving there On account of the intense fuel 1 1lag which prevails in Breckenridge county the negro will not bo taken to Hardinsburg until the October termof Circuit Court lest ne should be taken from the jail and lynched He will waive examining trial and be held till the Grand Jury meets when the in dictment will be returned against him The offense is punishable with impri sonment in the ponitentary from ten to twenty years The elopement which is ono of the most sensational that over occurred in this part of tho State took place at Irvington a week ago Sunday and re suIted in the arrest of the lover in Chicago last Monday The story of this strange affair runs tnrouRb n carefully conducted flirta tion between the pretty sixteenyear old hotel waitress Ora Gardiner and Henry Clayter a nergo youth of that place The flirtation started by their waiving their handkerchiefs at each other as the negro passed the hotel Many love letters passed between the pair bat of the number only one re mains and that is tilled with passion ate and tender phrases from the gill to the negro telling him of her great love tot him So careful were they in the exchange of love notes anti their 1 meetings that no one in Irvington sus pected that thu welldressed inalatio and the waitress ever had anything in commonAt preconcerted time the young II girl pretending that she was going to t visit her uncle at Howardatownbonrd od a traiu wore she joined the mulatto and they left for Cmcaio On arriv ing in that city thev attempted to pro cure marrmtjo license but were denied on account o the girls age The negro IH a tall brown mulatto and would weigb aUont 170 pounds On the way to tmn place yesterday morning ho told Mr Heard that he had been oilling on the girl tor about two years often climbing a ladder to her window after night when he made love to her iti ber room at the hotel teDbens1villeI her in a reform school until fine become of ago Bllzabethtown News Doflt dreg along adull bill ions hoary foaling You nued H pill Uso Dewitfa Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or I l gripe nut results are sure Sold by t tallS tlrnggls1RII to Irvington where Mr McAfee has Accepted the position of General Store keeper for the Henderson Route at that f place Tue place is accompanied with a good salary Masonic Celebration Cloverport August aaRodnoed rates from points on main line to Masonic Barbecue at Cloverport 100 for rued trip from points on Branch Is It Your Own Hair4i1k fIIt a youraHavent enough hair It must AyersHairI duction I May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair I Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff- The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years VHAo O Ayer Co Lowell DtueAlso msnutaoturere of SARSAPARILLAlJe a i andlOU Trial bottle free THE RICH rHE POOR NEED PERUNAria s a Mr Victor Pafneaude My Wife and I Consider Perunil a Household Remedy Victor Patneaude In different seasons of tho year catarrh assumes different phases Sys temlo catarrh is very common durin warm weather and is sometimes th aftereffect of some acute ailment ej an during tho preceding winter I La Con and is n Mr Victor Patnoaudo 323 Madison street Topeka Kas a carpenter and member Knights and Ladies of Security writes Twelve years ago I had a severe attack of la grippe and I never really recovered my health and strength but grew weaker every year until I was unable to work 1 wo years ago I began using Peruna and It built up my strength so agaInAlyMrs Maggio Durbin 1217 Water St After I had taken two bottles I Little Rock Ark writes found that It was helping me so I con tlnued Its use and it has cured me1 was troubled for five years with a welleoanyoneIif anyone wanU to know what Pe nothing did me any did for me if they will write to Some said my trouble was mo I will answer them gladly catarrh of the bowels and some said Mr D A Gcbhardt 573 6th avenue consumption of the bowels N Y writes Owing to the One doctor maid lie could cure me I strain and worry of business my nerves took his medicine two months but it wore in a bad shape I tried many did mono good nerve tonics without result I gavo Peruna a trial Six bottles mado a A friend of mine advised me to try marked improvement my condition rru aanJ I did o 1 have remained well ever since MR CAYCEII At CLOVERPORT Sunday on Private Car With Party of FriendsHis Guests Impressed With Cloverport Scenery and Take a Liking- to the Villiage I Mr Rldgely Cayceof tho Henderson Route Louisville spent Sunday in Cloverport in his private car with a pa rty of his ti lends The party arriv od on train 141 at 108a m and re turned on train 144 at 445 p m Mr Cayoas guests were his wife and Mr L C Garrett and mother Mrs FltzgraldI11th Artillary Mr Cayc s little dog was along and its beauty attracted much attention The visitors vho have never been in tno city before were much impressed with tue beauty of Cloverport es pncially the scenery along River Front In this state it is not necessary to serve a five daysnolice for conviction of a cold Use the original laxative syrup Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar No opiates Sold by All druggists SUMMONS WM LifeLong Resident of Cloverport flied Last Friday EveningAn Invalid for Five Years Wm Laslie aged 50 and a life tong resident ot Cloverport died at his home In this town Friday evening July 20 at G oclocs His death result ed from an attack of fever which last ed a week He was an Invalid for five yearsThe liaturdaybydist church of which church Mr Laslie was a member The interment was at the city cemetery Mr Laslie is survived by his wife and Rube Laslie a son Tne deceased conducted a small confectionery store in the West End I ji ABiIe8 1 Ir + uv i J AfterEffects of Grippe YearsWinterISummer r Peruna Restores Health and Strength Work Resumed- In a Short Time wellknown of AeaaeIgoodrunsdoctors Brooklyn in DEATH LASLIE HANCOCKFARMERS Signing Pledge tot Pool Tobacco CropMoney Advanced by Louisville Warehouse Co The following pledge is being signed by tobacco groworn in Hancock county and is published bete by request of Samuel Baker of near Patesville who is very enthusiastic Equity man Mr Baker desires to see Breckenridge county tobacco growers fall into line with those of Hancock by signing this pledge The pledge is selfexplanatory We the undersigned persons whose signatures appear bslow for and In consideration of the sum to be advanc ed by the Louisville Tobacco Ware house Company and other sums that may be procured on tho following named grades of tobacco extra AfU A 5 extra B CCO B 5 C 5 D 4extra c4 j H 450 trash 3 common trash 1 hrebey appoint engage and employ the Executive committee of the Green River Tobacco Growers As sociation of the American Society ot Equity of Hancock County Ky viz J E Minnett Calvon Lamar y J Baker and Gordon Lott or their successors our sole agents to sell for- DS our respective crops to be raised by us or that ve may own or control dur ing the year of 100G We agree and bind ourselves to prepare for market all of the tobacco we may raise own or control during the year 1000 in the way and manner it may desire or designate and deliver the same at the place and to the person it may name and to allow said committee to have full and complete control ot the sale of same and do agree to abide and conform to all of its decisions and acts nd to fulfill all ct raid committees contracts and engagements connected with the preparation delivery or sale of said tobacco Names No Of Hills No Of Hands 1 he End of The World ot troubles thatjobbed EH Wolfo of Bear Urove Ia of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffering which would never have surly ed had not taken Electric Bitters Tney also cured me of General Debil ity Sure cure tor all Htomacb Liv er and Kidney complaints blood dIe I WeakI by Drug Co a xvt ct 4