You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, August 8, 1906. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1906 brc1906080801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, August 8, 1906. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- rv I 0- I sr- i 4 i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS V ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXXH CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1906 12 Pates NO4 Gov Beckham and Hon Ben Johnson Speak Johnson Delivers Beautiful Fraternal Address Beckham Spoke of Brotherly Love and Touch ed on His Candidacy for the Senate HON S W HAGER COULD NOT BE PRESENTSENT REGRETS r Gov J O W Beckbam candidate Ilfor United State Senate and Hon Ben Johnson candidate for Congress from the Fourth Congressional Dis trios spoke at the Masonic barbecue at Haidinsourg Saturday Speaking took plar q on the band stand The heat was so oppressive tbo crowd so large the variotj picnio amusements so loud that it was impossible for the speakers to be heard at any distance from the band stand Judge Moorman called the people together and Thos J Moore Circuit Clerk introduced both of the speakers Col Johnson ad dressed the audience first He spoke in part as follows It gives me great pleasure to jon Abu here today This gathering is brought about by the efforts of the society whose existance reaches so tar back that it is lost in the memory of man Bornon the Mount of Jndea hard ened upon tho deserts o Syria it has lived centuries before the coming of the Son of man We find It here toy day with all ltd glory and achieve ments meriting respect of all man rind from pole to pole Its origin was conceived in a spirit of brotherly love the most beautitnl of all love This society does not discriminate The i doors are opened to ail creeds and all churches A marctr down tboflightof ages has been one of trial She has her widow home where the penniless wife ot a beloved brother may be car ed for and protected she hap opened her orphan home Where her brothers children may find culture and care History tells us of no society with par alell to this universal institution It Las found its way to places where even Christianity is not known I look for and hope to see in the future the spirit of Masonry in every land and in every creed and 1 hope to see the i day when its signal of brotherly love will b recognized and responded to by allclov Beckbam spoke in part as follows it would be inconsiderate ol the propriety of this occasion if I under took to make an elaborate address I speak under difficulties on this joyous occasion though I have very strong lungs and quite rs strong a voice 1 have never yet been able to make a voice that wonld compete with the whirl of a merrr goround the yells of a peanut vender a brass band and the gathera J ing like this The subject assigned me has been a fraternal address I can truthfully say that I have never made an address which was not fra ternal I would seek to apply brother ly love and friendly feeling every where I would like to see such a spirit exist in Kentucky that there would be no hand raised against another We have much to he proud of in tats grand Commonwealth of Ken tacky We should be thankful for its splendid history and superb people A little over a century ago this great domain was taken trum tho hands of savages by our ancestors and a trial ot civilization was blazing It has risen from that dark age to a state of such high civilization that every Kentuckian holds his head aloft and is glad to say I am from Ken tncKV 1 myself am so proud of this state that I may be considered vain about it Wo huve been given by the grace ot God the most beautiful land on the face of the globe Uo yonder to its mountains and down through the bluegrass on to the peny rile thence to the Mississippi and you will find that Kentucky prddures all that is best for us and produces best all that cornea from her borders W havethe finest and fleetest horses the best land the best stock and cattle and the moat ptcdnctive soil Our men are lie greatest and the most fairest but all of thse fade into ob livion when it comes to the greatest product of Kentucky and that product Is her women Applause We should express our happiness and thankful ness for all of these things by seeing to it that our liberties are best pro tected and preserved One of the greatest nations the world has ever known stands today tottering and falls to pieces as a result of the revolution of her people A revolution iu order to secure sufferage We saw the Monarchy of France a hundred years ago shaken because the people weie struggling for sufferage the right to determine how they shall be governed The duty of keeping our right of sntferaire is more serious than is generally appreciated It should be guarded in every election- I would sees to have all personal differences withdrawn from political contests I want the right man and I want political contests carried on without strife and without aunimos lION BEN JOHNSON Candidate for Congress who spoko at the Masonic Barbecue at Hardinsburg 3 y1cot ity I want a fair election and a fair count Let victory be to the victor We have soon too much of this strife in past political contests Jf you believe as an honorable Citizen it is best for you to vote the Democratic ticket or vote the Republican ticket yon should vote the ticket yon think is right Each man should respect the honest opinion of the other Applause Some one has suggested that I make a political discussion Since I will not have mach time Between now and the primary this year will say a few words The party to which I belong has recently called the primary to be held to name Senator and State Offic ers 1 am a candidate before the people of Kentucky asking their support in the primary I ask for a primary be cause I believed it was rignt that the people should say who should be the candidate My distinguished opponent seems not to like this idea and claims tnat I am getting a snap primary and trying to take advantage of him by calling a primary before the Legisla tare elects a Senator My opponent was elected to office in the state of Kentucky in the very month in which I was born When I was in swaddling GOV C W who spoko at Barbecue at clothes he was elected Gov of the Commonwealth Now my grayheaded opponent claims I am taking advan tage of his inexperience It is charged that there is a machine in Kentucky by my honorable oppon ent which is rising over the rights tnd liberties of the people and unless he is elected to the United States Senate this condition will not be changed I would not be worthy of the office which 1 hold unless I have made enemies Our party took charge of the state in the darkest stage of its his tory it was in chaos and disorder We have wrenched it from all of this and now it is in a state of peace law and order We foundyonr capital in the hands of an armed gaard Today there reigns goodwill and peace tn the capI tol city We found your tax rate 524 cents on the dollar It is now 00 cents We found a debt of a million dollars hanging over the state and wiped it out We have enlarged the Soldiers Home until it iis now one of the best equipped confederate homes in the country We have raised your school per capita frm 82 to 3GO and extended the term of school from live to six months We have established two normals schools for instructions of teachers we are building a new beau tiful capitol at a oust of 125000000 All this has been done by the machine without inoieased debt and without increased taxation There is one of the most powerful elements ot opposition in the state against me oecause I have fulfilled the oath of my office as I saw it As soon as it was shown to me that a curtain law in Louisville was being repeated lly disobeyed I took steps to have these laws enforced just as much as they are in Hardinaburg or any other place On account of this posi tion I have taken crime in the city of Louisville on Sunday has decreased far more than half This strong element whose enmity I have incurred by seeing that these laws were enforced would destroy tne in the twinkling of an eye but 1 have faith In the honest patrotlo people of Kentucky ana I believe they will stand by me in a contest like this And I feel that I can safely leave my cause t in the hands of the people of this countyI enjoyed my stay with you and have been glad to meet yon I leave you wishing you the greatest of good fortunes and many happy years The crowd swarmed aronnd the band stand to clasp the hand of the Governor He stood on the steps of the pavilion 311 minutes shaking bands with men women and children who were eager to see the Governor of the Commonwealth- Jno D Babbage Jr BRYAN RECEPTION WILL BE IIMMENSE Money Pouring In From Every Quarter to Help Defray Expenses New York August 1Hm Wm Jennings Bryan it is announced de sires it to be known that he will out line his conception of the issues upon which the next democratic national J BKCKHAM Masonic Hardinsbunr campaign will be fought in his Maui son Square Garden speech on August 30thThis la the official programme of the Bryan reception as announced yesterday at headquarters of the reception execu tive committee at the Victoria hotel Mr Bryan will DO met at the Bat tery on the afternoon ot Aug 30 by members of the reception committee in carriages He will enter a carriage in which wilt be Gov Folk of Missouri chairman of the reception committee Tom L Jounson Mayor of Cleveland and possibly some other prominent democrat Beaded by the Bryant car riage the procession will move up Broadway to the Victoria Hotel Mr Bryan will meet the Democratic leaders and dine there In the evening he will be escorted to the Madison Square Garden for the reception Gov Folk will call the meeting in the garden to order and will make a speech after which he will introduce Mayor Johnson to preside August Thomas will deliver an address ot welcome on behalf of the Commercial Travelers AntiTrust League which took the iniative in planning the rev caption Mr Bryan will then dell vet his oration on the Democratic issue of logs More than 900 acceptances of the invitation have been received it is said Word was received at the Victoria Hotel yesterday from the treasurer ot the reception committee Alex Troop of New Haven in regard to the popular subscription tor Mr Brvans recep tion that the subscriptions had been simply pouring in upon him and will be in the end all that Mr Bryan ex pected on the score of the number who are contributing and the willingness to give a dollar to the cause Misses Carrie Tucker Esther Jack son and Rose Agnew attended the Bar becue at Hardinsbnrg Saturday In this state it is not necessary to serve a live days notice for conviction of a cold Use the original laxative syrup Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar No opiates Sold by AH druggists D UL Thousands of People At Hardinsburg Picnic Masonic Celebration Drew Largest Crowd That Has Ever Assembled at a Picnic in Breckenridge I Ij j MISS HANNAH BEARD WINS j TRIP TO NIAGARA FALLS The largest crowd the greatest throng that was ever assembled at any time on any occasion for any purpose in the confines of Breck enridge county was in attendance at the third and greatest annual Masonic celebration given at Hardinsburg Saturday August 4th by Breckenridge Lodge No OT It was variously estimated by those who from their experience are competent of judging that there were from eight to twelve thousand peoplo Gov Becknams estimate from Bigot to ten thousand 1 Lillurd Carters the same Col Lafe Greens over ton thousand Judge Mercer over ten thousand The L II St L Ky fur nished every facility necessary to handle the two thousand people it brought to town The local lodge and especially the committee composed of Jesse Whithworth Andrew Driskell and Paul Compton are to be congrat ulated for the splendid manner in which the immense throng was handled and accommodatedas well as the unequaled success of the undertaking from every stand point It was quiet and orderlyI andwith scarcely any disturbance or confusion While the management expected much it surpassed their most sanguine hope and they throughly appreciate the liberal delegations all the adjoining counties sent as wellas their sister lodges Clover port responded beautifully and we dare say will be paid back with interest Several of the candidates throughout the state were present among them were Gov Beckham Hon Ben Johnson candidate for Congress Tune Gayle for Treas urer Lillard Carter for Attorney GeneralGov Bcckham and Hon Ben Johnson delivered short fraternal addresses in which they spoko of our beautiful women brave men and pretty babies The Niagara Falls trip which excited the greatest amount of in trest was won by Miss Hannah Beard of Hardinsburg with a total vote of 65675 Those receiving over 25000 were Miss May Snyder of Garfield and Miss Hay Heyser of Cloverport They worked nobly and deserve to be congratulated on their showing The prizes in the other contests were awarded as follows Mule Kace Hugh Hayoraft 1st Chester Beavin 2nd John Roach 3rd There were eight entriesParlor Suit Mr Roc Hook of Clover Creek Colt ShowGlen Moorman of Glondeane 1st Wave Miller New Bethell 2nd Ten entries Mule Colt Show John Ken nedy Eight entries Baby Show Mrs J 1 John son of Kockvalo 1st Mrs Sapps of Irvington 2nd Twentyfive entries Best RiiHe Shot John Stinnett Largest Family PresentMr- Chas Slewart 14 children eggliest ManMr Abner Goodman of Harned Entries two thousand Finest Team of Horses Messrs IrvingjtonBest 1st Mrs Mary Ford 2nd Mrs Jesse whithworth3rd Mr Sylvester Durham of Har udgeSlendered and is still at large lodgeThey HON S W HAGER 1 Candidate for Governor who could not bo present at the celebration Mr Hagor sent his regards and said tha ho was exceedingly sorry that he could not be present ti The Breckenridge News JNO D BABBAGE SONS Publishing Co WEDNESDAY AUGUST 81906 e 2 CONTINENTSTO FED By American Wheat Which Will Soon Be Worth More Money Than Now Great Corn Belt Of Tne Country Very Dry And Trade Nervous Oats Futures Bought By The Cereal Trust We believe theie is an opinion in the minds of many renders that any thing sent out in the way of advices in retard to markets Is in the nature ot a guess Tho weather man is accus ed ot guessing because one time in four or one time in ten bis calcula tions go wrong when based on the best scientific knowledge No one can guess grain markets correctly and keep it np or be would make a fortune in a montn and retire We refer to this because wo wish to say that our advices are based on information from all possible sources at home and abroad reIsuItsis of all conditions which go to shape prices Threo days go lin pnbllsed lletters we said that the entire grain list had been ovoisold and that the only logical position for an investor or trader was to take hold on the buying side What has happened since Sep ember wneat sold at 76c and up to 7c May corn 47S o and up to SOc May oats 85c and up to 37c all in fortyeight hours time Conditions which wheat traders i have to study at the present writing are very inteiosting They embrace two continents The European situa reIcentof the internal attaint of that same empire because the supply from Argentine is about at an eud Itnportinc Europe is looking to this side and not an exporter from Galveston to New York hut wheat has each daI nomerona bide from the other side tor all the grades of wheat raised on American soil Never was wheat InI this country so fine in quality and it is only a matter of time until foreign ers will be taking it at the tare of a million bushels a day The spring crop ot tbe ncrthwost is not harvested by a long waysand a week of extreme heat with the plant in tho milk would groat damage Mills everywhere are eager buyers of the choice wheat which is coming forward in such large volume i Elevator pnopls also are securing as much of it as possible and it is a safe wager that his grain will never leave their houses until it brings tunch better prices than are ruling at presentJust oas1tobecause it is purely a weather market and no one needs to he told how i quickly the map will change Drought linelTherecrop as yet Another week will bring that it geural rains do not come The cash corn situation is very string with prices advancing here and In the big market of the southwest Chcago is shipping out about throe bushels for every one motived Should the drought continue there will be bet one side to the murket and that will make money for buyers very fast At the first sign of general rains holders of corn should sell quickly Western farmers are more genially practicing direct shipments of their grain to the primary market thus saving their home buyers profits There is a situation developing in oats which may become remarkable Cash prices are marked ap sharply Early harvesto are not turning out well The coutry is buying oats based on the light harvest returns Timothy hay in this market has advanced 400 in fortyeight hours to 2000 a ton This reflects the short hay crop and the poor pasture ot the country The gigantic cereal Interests are buying oats futures as n means of getting their supplies later without paying fancy prices Think everything points to a strong speculative market Why does the son barn Why does a mosquito sting Why do wo feel an happy In the Good Old Summer Time Answer we dont We use DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve and these little pills dont bother us Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genuine Sold by all druggists r t + ITS MERIT IS PROVED RECORD OF A MEAT MEDICIIE A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Tens How Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Completely Cured Her The great good Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is doing among the women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leading scientists and thinking people gener ally l rsJara Wilson The following letter Is only one of many thousands which are on file in the Pinkham ofllce and pro to prove beyond question that Lydia E link hams Vegetable Compound must be a remedyof great merit otherwise it could not produce such marvelous results among sick and ailing women Dear Mrs Pinkham About nine months ago I was a great suf ferer with female trouble which caused meI J crejuenthams Vegetable Compound and within a short time felt better and after taking five bottles of It I was entirely cured I therefore heartily recommend your Compound as a splendid female tonic It makes the monthly periods regular and without pain and what a blessing it is to find such a remedy after so many doctors fail to help you I am pleased to recommend to all suffering women Mrs Sara Wilson 31 East 3d Street Cincinnati Ohio If you have suppressed or painful periods weakness of the stomach indigestion bloating pelvic catarrh nervous prostration dizziness faint ness dontcaro and wanttobe leftalone feeling excitability back ache or the bluos those are sure indi cations of female weakness or some derangement of the organs In such cases there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound Woman Sufferage Notes 1 Denver Club women will petition Congress fur a postage stamp bearing the picture of a woman through the eight cent stamp of the current issue has tne likeness of Martha Washing ton 20The International Woman Suffer age Alliance will meet in Copenhagen Denmark August 011 National Woman Sutfarge societies ot the fol lowing countries are atrilinted with this International body Australia Denmark England Holland Bungaiy Germany Norway Sweden and the United States Mrs Carrie Chaman Cnttof New York the president of tie International and the National As sociation of the United States will be represented by its president Rev Anna H Shaw of Philadelphia and by other delegates 30It the country does riot become educated on the question of woman suffrage it will not be the fault of women Those opposed lire those in favor are constantly spreading infoi ruatlon concerning the movement the MiNsachmets Anti Woman Suffrage Association points out in a long re port just issued that within the vear it has distributed 3040 copies of its organ The Reiuonstrancee besides 4387piaces of other literature To this the sulttaglsts reply that many of their State Associations have set out mach more than this within tbe name period and that their National Association sent out 1UO75SJ pieces o miscellaneous literature and 040J collies if its publication Progress 0 HAS STOOD THETEST 23 YEARS The old triulnal GKOVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay SOc CONFESSION Leads to the Arrest of Two Negroes Charged With Murder Washington Pa July 31No attempt was mado to take Elmer Demp ster from jail the negro who Is charged with the murder of Mrs Samuel Pearce and her children at Canonsburg The excitement which prevailed upon tho arrival of the offi Cora with the prisoner subsided and all danger of a demonstration isI apparently over Dempster made a oloan breast of the Canonsburg tragedy ad mitting that he killed Mrs Pearce and tha children In a supplemen tary confession he cleared up another mystery which has led to the arrest of two other negroes These men were arrested by the Washington county officers who upon Dempsters Information wont to the mines of the M A Hanna Coal company In Cherry Valley near Ourgettstown and took the men as they came from their work In the mines The names of the men are Patterson nnd Ducher and they aro charged with tho murder of John Koboda a wealthy foreigner who wu found dead in a clump of bushes along the Wabash railroad tracks In Independence township on May 1 OaTOBXBun pz1the Kind You Hats Always Bout Siffutwt of GlChlt A WEEKS HAPPENING RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN Tills I AND ADJOINING STATES Negro Ravisher Mathis Legally Executed at Mayfield After Jury Trial Another Negro Held on a Grav- Charge Maytlold Ky Aug 1Allen Ma this the negro who assaulted Mis Ethel McClain last Wednesday oven lug was hanged legally hero Tuesday night In the yard of the count Jail Ten thousand people were on the scene but only a few hundred could see the execution although almost the entire fence surroundinG the scaffold had been torn down by the enraged citizens while tho trial was going on It was only 60 min utes from the time the jury was sworn in until the negro was pro nounced dead Matbis arrived hero at 640 p m from LoulBTlllc in charge of Deputy Sheriffs Oscar Elmore and John Gal loway and the military company of Hopklnsrllle The local military met the train and the negro was marchod to tho courthouse Several attempts wore made to seize the negro and he was twice in tho possession of the infuriated mob The soldiers quickly surrounded the negro and a number of the members of the Hopklnsvllle company wore compelled to draw their guns and threaten to use them unless the mob fell back The negro would have met his death by lynching but the crowd decided to let tha law inflict tho punishment after It proceeded that far Prepared For Lynching Bee Barbourville Ky July 28After an exciting chase In which bloodhounds were used Jesse Fitzgerald a negro was arrested by a posse and lodged in the local jail charged with robbing and murdering Mrs Robert Brough ton at her home near this city Wednes day night Fitzgerald it is stated made a full confession of tho crime which was a horrible one Mrs Broughtons head was hacked almost off with a knife A negro woman ser vant who was the only other occu pant of the house Is also under ar rest It is reported on good authority that a mob is forming in the neigh borhood of the Broughton home and that an attempt will be made to lynch Fizgterald and possibly the woman County Judge Faulkner has announced that he will hold a special term ol court Aug 6 to try Fitzgerald and that troops will bo summoned If nec essary to protect him Important Labor Ruling Louisville Ky Aug 2Unlted States Commissioner Cassin gave his decision in the preliminary hearing of tho case of J M Scott chief train dispatcher of the Louisville Nash ville Railroad company holding Scott In 300 bond to answer at the Novem ber term of the United States district court for alleged violation of the Erd man arbitration law The case Iis considered by union labor men to be one of the most important of any brought to trial in recent years The penalty for violating the Erdman act is a fine of from 100 to 1000 for each offense Storm at Louisville Louisville Ky July 30A freakish rain that approached the proportions of a cloudburst In places broke over this city The cloud out of which the water poured seemed to zigzag about the city at will distributing tho rain fall very unevenly The rain was con fined almost within the city limits of Louisville and caused a groat deal of damage South Louisville and Park land wore the heaviest sufferers the streetcar trucks In those portions be lag completely submerged Famous Rlverman Louisville Ky July 30 Captain J Wesley Conner of New Albany known personally or by reputation to almost every riverman on the Mississippi Ohio and their tributaries died of se nility at his homo in Now Albany Ind I or nearly GO years ho was a steam boat pilot or a captain or the great rivers and had the distinction of pilot ing the Robert E Lee when sho won the memorable race with tho Natchez from New Orleans to St Louis Nominated For Congress Charleston W Va Aug 2 The Third district Democratic convention nominated George C Byrne former editor of the Charleston Gazette for congress without opposition Resolutions declare for Bryan for presi dent and tariff for revenue with incidental protection Election Row Memphis Tenn Aug 3J G Wel lington a saloon keeper was killed W J Cooke a Judge of olootton la fatally wounded and A third man less seriously Injured in a fight at a polling place a few minutes after the closing of the polls for the election ot county officers Manhunt In Tennessee Moundsvillo July 31As a result of the third murder committed at Ul lIn by negroes In the last two months race fooling tIs bitter White men are hunting two negroes one of whom William Daniels is believed the slayer ot Homer A Harris a white man Hopkins Renominated Plkoville Ky Aug 3F A Hop kins present congressman from the Tenth Kentucky district was re nominated by the Congressional con entlon here Dropped Dead Lebanon Tenn Aug 3JamesN McKenzie state railroad commissioner J dropped dead at his home here s i FATAL FRAY Follows Closing of the Polls In a Memphis Precinct Louisville Ky Aug 3A dispatch from Sand Lick Knott county says four men were killed there In a light between the Martin and Hall factions No names are given These factions andethe authorities have been trying un successfully to end the trouble Tha 60sThe Martin faction is said to be led by W Yates Martin and his two sons ony trenched at the homo of Martin on Beaver creek Sheriff Hayes and posse are In tho neighborhood but It belmndetruce arranged and persuade Martin and his two sons to surrender to the authorities as they will not submit to arrest by force The names of the dead in the battle have not been learned as the sheriff and his posse have not returned Unless the Martins surrender Gov ernor Beckham will bo asked to send troops to the scone of the biitlc Prof Tyler of Amherst college said recently A man can live comfortably without ornlnH no man ever exist ed without digestive svstem The dyspeptic has neither faith hope or charity Day by day people realize the importance ot caring for then di gestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeating A collective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists New Submarine Boat Kiel Aug 3 A submarine boat constructed by an engineer named Mont Justin at Krupps Gcrmanla works was launched here The trials will take place In September Mont Justin who was born in Vienna of Spanish parents offered the plans of his boat to the French government which rejected them They were ac cepted by the late Frederick Krupp who contracted with the German government to build a boat on Mont Justins plans The boat displaces ISO tons It has a radius of action of 3000 miles a surface speed of 12 knots and a speed of 9 knots below Her engines are driven by electric motors and she will carry a crew of from 19to I r mon War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white pleague 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 health by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist up on having it Sold by A K Fisher In Honor of Miss Oelze Mrs S A Pate entertained at 42 Wednesdaynfght in honor ot her guest Miss Ethel Oelze of Cloverport West Point correspondent Elizaoethtown News I A world of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing oppiates Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar move the bowels Con talus no opiates You nan get it at all druggists ExMayor Gives mmou up Paterson N J July 31Exmayor William Belcher who absconded a year ago having taken 200000 from the Manchester Building and Loan association and the Mechanics Building Ie Loan association and from various friends and institutions appeared at the county jail and gave himself up Belcher said ho was tired of being a fugitive and wanted to face tho pun ishment if any that might be meted out to him A dozen indictments have bone found against Belcher in which ho Is accused of embezzling about 150000 The Manchester Building and Loan association of which ho was president was forced to co into bankruptcy Twenty Year Battle II1 was a loser in a twentv vealI battle with chronic plies and malig nant sores until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve which turned the tideI by caring both till not a trace re mains writes A M Brace ofI Farmville Va Beat for old UlcersI Cuts Burns and Wounds 25c atI Severs Drug Co Cloverport INJUNCTION Served on Pastors of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church Union City Tenn July 2SBherUrI Childs served an Injunction on Rev J L HUdgins pastor df the Cumberland Presbyterian church here and Rev P F Johnson Cumberland circuit rider prohibiting them from using the church property here selling any literature of the Cumberland Presbyter rlan church here or in any way exercising the privilege of Cumberland Presbyterian ministers The Injunc tion was issued by the circuit court aj Fayettevllle This Cumberland Presbyterian synod Iis one of tho strongest opponents of the union with the northern Presbyterian church and the Injunction has been secured union advocates 011 q io 0I a Is one just one pill certain Su Theycure 4 atlon iowlfM i DYE I 01 a r aAUa oo suatu H a flBIGGLEThe Prop OPEN Water Boarders yourself Mww f r a r3T3r rr Paint f DecayII I Shingle Paper and M on Boilers Smoke jfi M Made only in black yiiw 1 CO i A Farm Library ol Practical unequalled valueII date Concise and Comprehensive BOOKSDeaaliially q t No 1BIGQLE HORSE BOOK rAll about Horses a Commonsense Treatise with more than 71 illustrations a standard work Price 60 Cents No 2B1QQLE BERRY BOOK All about growing Small Fruits read and learn how Beautiful colored plates Price 60 Cents No 3BIQQLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best Poultry Book In existence tells everything Profusely Illustrated Price 60 Cents No 4 BIQQLE COW BOOK All About Cows and the Dairy Business new edition Colored plates Sound Common sense Price CO Cents No 5BIQQLE SWINE BOOK All about hogsBreeding Feeding Butchery Diseases etc Covets the whole ground Price 50 Cents No 6BIQGLE HEALTH BOOK Glues remedies and uptodate Information A household I necessity Extremely practical Price CO Cents No 7BIQQLE PET BOOK For the boys and girls particularly Pets of all kinds and how to care for them Price 60 Cents jjyi No 8BIQQLE SHEEP BOOK la r Covers the whole ground Every rage full of good ad I vice Sheep men praise it Price 60 Cents Farm JournalIs your paper made for you and not a misfit It Is 29 years 1 old it hi the great boileddown hitthenallonthehead rIquitafteryouhjwesaldit Farm and Household paper In the ofAmerlcahwinAny ONE of the HiaOLE BOOKS and the FARM II JOURNAL 5 YEARS remainder of 1906 and all of i i1909 and 1910 sent by mail to any address for A DOLLAR DILL Sample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIOQLE 19071908IIWILMER ATKINSON CO POBLISBBBS or FARM JOURNAL i NNNA- SHEVILLE 4HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKY AND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY A natural paradise where human ills find quick reliefreached direct by the Southern Railway i Asheville is located on a superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 1 Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc sendI2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFORD 1 District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass gtt LEXINGTON KY t 1 J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUISII I t- II 1 1 iI IE r JOHNSON r REUNION V At Elden Park Cincinnati Where Many People of Breckenridge S Gatheredr This article appears through the kindness of Rev S 0 Batesof Hari son 0 Boone County Record i There was a pleasant gathering In I fcden Park Cincinnati in which a number ot people in Boone connty t will be interested Some time ago the card was sent out generally iMCiMfollowing SON descenaaats REUNION Park Cincinnati 0 July 4th 1005 10 a m 7tAll the descendants ot Samuel John eon and Elizabeth Moffett are invited to spend the day together in a Picnu and Reunion IO You are requested to do three things 1 See that a complete list of youi branch of the family is made out and sent to me indicating who are living 4 x J1and who have died 2 Notify all the relatives ot thusI reunion and urge them all to be pre sent j 8 Notlfv me that you will be pre sentand be present with a basket wellI filled determined to enjoy yourself and help others enjoy tnemselves Provisions will be made for those Y who cannot bring their own lunch 1 There is shelter if it should be rainy t Arrangements will be made to keepI 1all those over night who can not re turn the same day Take the ZooEdan Park car at any point from John street east or transfer to that car and leaveI the car at the Art Museum Let us have a good time and get ac quainteed Sincerely yours S C Bates Harrison U May 1C 1000 Enough responses came to mane sure that there would be a good attendance I Thorn were present 74 people 57 directt descendants ISwho have married into the family and 4 friends Nine of the original families wero represented It h The fonr that were not represented allI r live some distance away they were Samuel John James and Naoy The only member of the original family present was Burton S the youngest I who is now GO years old Among thosnI a who came trom a distance were James S Finnell and Vardemon Finnell andI of Maxwell Indtwo daughters j Rolmon M Johnson of Liberty Ind I and Miss Berrillu Bates of Louisville KyAfter a bountiful repast spread un rIder the trees in the park the company 1was called to order and the following paper was read by Rev S C Bates Pb U of Harrison Ohio E4 Greeting to The Johnson Family There are four things that enter into 4 our purpose m gathering in this beau r tiful park today j 0 1 We moot to do honor to the mew i c i cry of one of Natures noblemen one t who helped to snbdne the forests andI v mke the nation i 2 We meet to recount the history of the family and try to Know morn 11 of the character and attainments of i our kindred 8 We meet to renew old acquaintances and form new ones among our flesh and blood I presume there t Lown one present who came with a olD pesnnal knowledge of all who are pre sent I hope not one Will go awayI wthout a personal acquaintance with every person present secured by at least a cordial hand grasp f i DO YOU GET UP 1 WITH A LAME BACK a Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable a Almost everybodywho reads the newspapers Is suns to know of the wonderfulI cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after of byDrnent kidney and blad der and curingfbles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Khmer s SwampRoot Is not rec k for everything but If you have kid ironey liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested I In so manyways in hospital work in private f practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In leverycase that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this pacr who have not already tried It may have a- llf sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous l andlIf i ItDr Kilmer Co Blng t Thet years specialist ommended I regular fifty cent and nome of sDpRoo dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the same SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and tho address Binghamton NY to cu every bottle I 4 Then we neet toconfer together to gain better ideae and return 1to our homes determined to be better men and women more worthy of the heritage which is ours Samuel Johnson was the son of Jonathan Johnson and Mary Snn mere tho sixth child in a family of three sons and six daughters He was born in Pennsylvania and was early brought to Kentucky into the regio Known as tbeIupper counties Elizabeth Mnffett was born in Erect enridge county Kentucky the young eat of a family of three eons and thre daughters Their names were Ben jnmin William John Mary Ann and Elizabeth The only one know to the writer was John who was Known as Uncle Jack II and who had traveled extensively and told man interesting things of the parts of the world he had visited The three sisters marnedmen nanj ed Samuel and were all great grand mothers of the writer and related iin various degrees to all of those present Samuel Johnson and Elizabet Multett were married May 8th 180E and removed to Boone county Ken they Deo 31 1801 settling first with in one mile ot Walton almost exactly at the site ot the Canning Factory They afterwards removed to a tarn about 234 miles west of Walton wher they lived for many years Mr John son farmed and for many years ran 1 water mill on a small stream near his home Grandmother died in 1871 Grandfather spent his time titter this in the home of Elizabeth Finnell nea Maxwell Ind where he died in 1873 During the period from 1837 there were born to them 13 children 10 sons and 3 daughters Until about 1804 ther had been G deaths Jonathan Wm Mary John James aud Levi The for about 30 years them was not a death in the family except the parents Then three of the sons were taken nea together Benjamin Samuel am Thomas Two sens and two daughters remain with us Nancy Ehzabetl Greene and Barton These are tbe four youngest except that Levi was younger than Nancy All these 13 had children of their own and there are children of all of them now living 3It would have been a great delight to have with us today representatives of all the families but some live too far away A great part of the descendant have remained in Boone county Ken tacky though some have gone Int I Indiana and Ohio and into wany of the states west of us They art Inow living in Kentucky Ohio Ind- Iana Iowa Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma and Arkansas and probaul other states The families range in size from 2 toI 18 Jonathan and Ievi had twoI children each James 3 Nancy am John 4 Benjamin and Elizabeth 5 Mary and Burton 0 William SSamuel 0 Thos 12 and Greene 13 TheI thirtqen had 70 children of whom Stare living and 21 dead Complete statistics have been furnished of all the families These statistics show a total including the 13 children ot 540416 living and 124 dead The largest family is that ot Samuel with a total of 84 the smallest is that of Levi with only 10 Our peonle haveI lived quiet lives engaged in civil pursuits Only two were in the civil war Samuel and his son Lillard Three of the grandsons of Samuel are now in the U S Army John and Charley Johnson sons of Lillard areI iu Alaska while Nathen son of James is in the Philippines TheseI five are all of the entire connection I who nave ever enlisted in the army The writer of this sketch is the only one of the family that has entered wbat is called professional life OthersI have been farmers mechanics mer chants teachers bankers and realI estate dealers Thev have lived hon enable lives in their several communities I do not know of any case inI which one of the family has been con victed for crime They have been re spected and have exerted an influence in favor of the best things Grandfather mad grandmother worea memoers of the Baptist church andI that church has had a larger representation than any other though their docendant are now found in the Metho dist Prebvterian Disciples United Brethern and Catholic churches am probably in others Minor civil offices such as School Directors Road Supers VIsors and Magistrate base frequent ly been held by them but no instance had been reported where one of the family nad been elected to a prominent- office None of the family have wealthy Probably Grandfather made a good nse of his business opportnnv ties as any of nis descendants A nam her of these descendants have been con ordered well to do in their neighbor hoofs and I have never heard of a olse where one of them became a pub tic charge Abe Lincoln said The uord mastit love the plain people he made so many of them We and our ancestors bav beloncred to that great class I trust this meeting will enable us t become better accquaintodand lead ni to cnltivate the acquaintance of oni relatives more in the future When meetings and partings havE w i 4a Your Wants Supplied IWo are fully prepared to supply your wants for anything in our line with entire satisfaction Repair workis one of our specialties Jewelry watches or any thing that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right SWe respectfully solicit your patronage- Te C IIIARDl7iSBURGKYI m ended here may we all meet in tbe great Home beyond HS children of one father and members of one family After this paper it was decided Ito have another Reunion at Walton tbe second Saturday in August 1007 and the following Committee was appoin ed to have the matter in charge George Powers John Richard Johnson A K Johnson and J B Arnold The writer was appcnted Secretary and would be glad to be kept informed of any changes in the family durin the year especially in the way of births marriages and deaths After n deligntful time together the party dispersed some going iintned ately to their homes solve to span the inmaimler of the day nt the Zoo or other city attractions some tto visit friends and all feeling that IIt was good to meet and become ac cqnainted S C Bates The find of The World ot troubles thatrobbed EH Wolfe ot Bear drove Ia of all usefulness came when he began taking Electri Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer lugwhich would never have surii ed had not taken Electric Bitters iney also cured me of General Debi ity It Sure cure tor all Stomach LU er and Kidney cotnplpints blood dos ease Headache Dizziness and Weal ness or bodily decline Price SUe Gum anteed by Severs Drug Co Inrh n From Hume Jinx had to put up at the hotel last night Ho had quarreled with his cook Wiry the Idea What was Mrs Jinx doing to stand for a thing llki thatMrs Jinx Is his cookFort Worth Record Startled the Doctor An Aberdtcnshlre doctor who recently attended a woman was sonicwhir staggered at receipt of the following epistle from her Please como cud vaccinate the child you gave birth to last week Caledonian Medical Tour bal- I A FlirenoIoKleiil Point We have never yet seen n captain ot a varsity crew who possessed n pool or retreating chin n weak or turnei up nose n small neck or a tllinluutlvi brow or Irresolute eyes Phrenological Journal No mans abilities are so remarkably Bhlnlni as not to stand In need of n proper opportunity a patron and evel the praises of a friend to recommend him to the notice of the world Plluy 3InSelf Defense Major Hamm editor and manager 01- I the Constltutmalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked fon year ago by Piles bought a box 01 BuckJens Arnica Salve of which hE says It cured me in ten days and 1no trouble since Quickest healer 01 Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c al Severs Drug Co- Debs Statement St Louis July 30Eugene V Debs thetSocialist ticket in a speech at IIside park advised workingmen to fret Charles Moyer W D Haywood and G A Pettibone the three Denver miners confined in Jail In Idaho at any cost More than a million working men in tho United States will rise up and demand that these men bo Tiber atod std Mr Debs I will bo at the head of this million to assist in Ilbor sting them by bloodshed if necessary + xaunoahlv If OQSSlble CASTORIA-o I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of IJ STRUCK LANDSLIDE New York Central Passenger Train ra Wrecked Poughkeepsie N Y July 30Iru- nning into a landslide 11 miles below this city Pacific express trnln number 37 of the New York Central Hudson River railroad which left the Grand Central station in New York at 932 oclock Sunday night was wrecked shortly before midnight The locomotive of the flyer Was thrown from the rails and lungedlnto tho Hudson river Fireman Mills was killed outright and Engineer Edward Wells whose homo Is In the Bron New York was so badly Injured tbat he will die Fifteen passengers wero seriously Injured and a score ot others received minor hurts The most serio ously Injured are Edward Kell Poughkcepslo will die Mrs Augustus Herath Schenectady Mrs Warren Reynolds Peeksklll N Y Oxford Peters Schenectady Henry Taylc Poughkeepsle The Injured were taken to Highland hospital at Matt wan All tho doctors at Poughkeeps and this place were called Hard rains undermined the embankment on the east side of tho track and shortly before the arrival of the train two score tons of earth and rock slid out on the roadbed covering tbe northbound track REBELS Capture a Walled City In Chin Movement Serious Victoria ll C Aug 2 Advice were received by the Empress of Japan that the rising In Klangal and Chenklang provinces is becoming a grave movement and many belle the rising will assume similar proportions to the Talplng rebellion Hsln chengslen Chekalng a large walled city was captured by the rebels looted and a garrison of 5000 left to prepare the city to withstand a siege by imperial troops Several corps iof Imperial troops have been dispatcher Magistrate Shoem of Mslncheng wns put to death being tortured in revenge for having summarily beheaded a rebel leader It was this act which caused the rebels to gather int Sungehlen to attack the city Tho Roman Catholic and Protestai churches wore destroyed and although the native pastors escapee six converts were murdered Large bodies of disbanded soldiers are null atoll with the rebels n Expenses of Bryan Reception New York Aug 3At a meeting of the executive committee of the William J Bryan reception committee It was decided to Issue reserved seat tickets to Madison Square garden where Mr Bryan Is to deliver his address Tho building has a seating capacity of 12000 Lewis Nixon reo ported that about a thousand prom neat Democrats had been Invite The question of whether any reserved seat tickets at all should be Issued was discussed at some length but the suggestion of the finance committee that the whole house be ticket prevailed Alex Troup treasurer reo ported that the expense of the reception would be not loss than 10000 Clifford Breckonridgo of Arkansas was elected to the executive commi tee Mrs Corty Granted Divorce Reno Nov July 31A divorce on the ground of desertion was awarde here to Mrs William Ellis Corey wife of the president of the Unite States Steel corporation The case was submitted to the Jury without argument and the jury took but one ballot It was out but a few minutes Mrs Corey was In tears when told that she had been given a 10 cree and the custody of her ICyeai old soh Allan Corey She drove at once to her homo on Riverside art nue where she says she will continue to reside No evidence was submitted by the defense and there was no argument Woman Killed by Jealous Man Garrett Ind Aug 3 Mrs Guy Cannon who since securing a divorce took the name of Mattlo Hopkins was killed by Edward Black wh fired three bullets Into the woman head and then beat her with the revolver until her scalp was torn tJ shreds Mrs Cannon was keeping kouso for Black who was employe at the roundhouse of the Baltimor and Ohio Railway company Jealousy li said to the cause When arrests Black had 6000 in his pockets Governor Folks Views Madison Wis July 30Governol Folk of Missouri who spoke at Moam Lake critic sed tho non enforcemen of the Sunday law in Wisconsin Ht said Wisconsin has on the statute books a law requiring the closing of saloons Sunday The law is universally Ignored The enforcement of the Sun day closing law In Missouri reduces Sunday crime 40 per cent and Improv ad the condition of workingmen and business generally Bad Conditions at Colon Colon Aug 1The month of July has witnessed a series of heavy rains on the Isthmus which have hampered ho work of sanitation In Colon The conditions aro worse than ever be tore Preparations are being made to pave the principal streets of Colon with brick Two more cases of smallpox were discovered here General Okus Promotion Tokyo July 31 General Oku hat Seen appointed chief ot the genera staff of the Japanese army in succes iron to General Baron Kodama wh lied July 22 General Oku commanded the left army during the Russian Japanese war and achieved a series of brilliant victorias I I Bargains in Tickets Via Rock Island low round trip rates all summer TO COLORADOVery reductions September 23 to 29 low round trip rates all summer TO CALIFORNIAVery reductions September 3 to 14 inclusive Cine way Colonist tickets will be on sale September 11 to October 31 TO HOT SPRINGS ARK JKJLZ trip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on Request QEO H LEE H I McOUlRE Gen Pass Agt Dist Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O r IN IJJt AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIPwTD YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip thoIIDenver Coloradol Springs Cripple Creek Garden of Gods Munitou PIKES PEAK Grand Kiycr Royal Jorge Jlemvoocl Springs Snit Luke City Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 6i DA WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PAHK OdenII Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully ed and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all coniderIISpecial Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of For full particulars 1T II IJiOT writeII Mtft AWttIAAAl SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY Are you making ac much off your farm as you ought No doubtt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too muh money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a 1 ving on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price of good land is so little that you can own a big farm where every acre of the ground is working for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile lAud in the Southwiot along the I line of the Cotton Bel Route that call be bought for from 13 to 10 an si ere This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would coiiTlnw you tlmt your best Interests lay In suttllnK tliure Tile trip cnn lie made at very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of each month vou caw purchase a round trip ticket to any point on or via the Cotton Hell route lit very low rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine soy locality you are Interested In Write at onco for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc l C BARRY T P A Cotton Belt Route 82 Todd Buildng Louisville Ky u f THE FINEST CATALOGUE Ever Issued by a commercial school wJ be sent upon request to teachers a d C ers who are Interested in a Comiretci and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 pares EX by nine Inches It is printed on the frest of plate paper handsomely bound w em bossed cover and beautifully illustra zi wur- photos of the building faculty Inter oi vews specimens of Penmanship Shorthand ec It also contains halilone jllustr lrs of the leading buildings of Louisville ar j many charming scenes from the wojamed parks that surround our beaut Vt cy It tells why Ills better for YOU to ftiTl school in Louisville than elsewhere Tis to will enable you to decide between Good and It worthless commercial schools Sena ter a free copy today BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville KyrTHOS W DRYDEN President QEO W SCHWARTZ Sec and Tree 1NeWs1 Subscribe now and get one of the best papers publishedii 1- I 4 J il 41 1 1 1 1 FIFTH ANNUAL lie MASONS BARBECUE CLOVERPORJT KYIj I I THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1906 1 Ii I I Cannelton Commercial Brass I Band of 20 Pieces j I 25cII Baby Show I M Hamman Son give a beautiful prize to the Prettiest Baby See it in their show windows I Arizona Range oFisherLeaf of Con Payne and Co IIdS50 Graphophone with Records Given away Go to Ilammans store Cloverport t and hear it play 11 11 F I I I 11 jobL Jba W Ai1I iiYntt laA C7 fm BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4NO D BABBAGE SONS Publlihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year OARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of s- anta per line Money In advance Examine the on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address inbscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address r I 1906 AUGUST 19061 SuMoTuIWeThlFrSa I 11Q 11 JiJJl 18J 19 20 21 22 23 2425 26272829303 1 PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1800 For Congress lioN HEN JOHNSON Boss Bryan seems to be getting in some of his work over in Illinois 4 or is trying to the differ 1 ence between Boss Bryan in Illi nois and Boss Milt in Brecken ridge county We have as much respect for one as the other Both are dangerous to free government We like the improvements Judge Moorman is making in the court house yard They will addmuch to the beauty of that place Now let him plant flower beds in place of tho loafers and ho shall have done another wise act The court house of all the places in the county should be the neatest and cleanest Go on with your good work Judge We take offh old a j friend no not old but in the prime of her dear beloved woman hood Mrs Hattie Grinnell Nc heart beats with a purer love and a more steadfast friendship than does hers And no one appreciates that love and friendship more than does the editor of the NKWS We are glad that her lot is cast in Se pleasant surroundings andamong people who appreciate all that iis good and true and beautiful in n lovely Christian character A 40000 primary in Kentucky 1 Who is responsible for this Is it tho present machine in which Gov Beckham takes so much pride 1 Is it Legislation in the in terest of tho masses 1 Is it Demo cratic 1 Does it show a spirit of equalrights to all privileges to none 1 In other words does the average citizen in Kentucky have any show for the offices in this state 1 There never was a greater piece of trust legis lation perpetrated on any free people than this primary election law And the Beckham machine is responsible for it State Flag Most of our states have flags tome ef them very peculiar ones These are carried as the state colors of the mili tia regiments Our own Is too familiar to need description The white stand ard of Massachusetts has been seen In the forefront of many battles New York displays a buff flag and the state banner of Maryland bears on a ground of blazing yellow the arms and motto of the Calverts The heraldic design is so disposed as to give Marylands flog seen at a distance the sem blance of a gorgeous crazy quilt al though we suppose to the Marylanders lit is more suggestive of the pictur esqueness of a royal standardBoston Transcript So Far OCT My sympathies says a writer In the Boston Transcript were always with an old lady who lived way down 11n the Maine woods One day a sportsman came to the door of her little cabin to ask for a glass of milk As he drank the refreshing beverage they exchanged confidences When In response to her Inquiry he told her that he came from New York city she commiserated with him saying Laws sir It must bo hard for you living so fur afflI Severs Drug Co Will give a pair of Gold Spectacles to the best pre served lady over 60 years Age to be considered The Same Old MerryGoRound We introduced it two years ago Ladies Foot Races Ladies under 20 years of age500 to the winner given by the Breck enridge Bank Ladies over 20 years of age500 to the given by the Bank of Cloverport Rim somewhat E PECULIAR IDEA I OF INSANE MANS Hancock County Thought I Roosevelt Was After ills i Brains And Blood Hawesville Ky Aug SpecialI Estill House one of the most prom inent young men ot this county has been Hdjngded to be of unsound mind and taken to the Hopkiusville lunatic asylumHe is entirely rational on every point but one He says that President Roosevelt and George Freeman a fictitious person with him are in coin sion and have an electriu machine with which they are removing his biains and blood He says that at nights Roosevelt hides In his neighbors barn and in the day in his house On two different occasions he went to the barn with a pistol late in the night and un loaded it on his imaginary Neighbors took him home on each oc casion He is not expeted to live TARFORK Our school opened Monday with Miss Josie Ryan as teacher Ed Hook made a business trip to Wednesday Asher Newby of Cloverport spent Sunday night with his mother Mrs Mildren Newby L C Keenan of Jolly moved into the property vacated by Jess Weather holt last week Miss Vandergrift of Louisville is visiting the Banm families Mrs Harlow of the Hock Vale community made a business trip here Thursday and took dinner with Mr 0 W Rico Rev Willis of Snrewsberry Gray son county held a series of meetings all last week at Tar fork Christian Robbins attended the Association at Pellville last week Miss Maud Polk went to Hawesville Monday night to visit Iriends Jo Imdgt- qntg UIVv tatH DOA pull e11oqtImiI- oz uaaT 0 c oo 9 EXCURSION RATESL H ST L Ry IRound Trip on All Trains I t West Point 1 25 Sample S 40 Owensboro 1 20 I 4 lHoward 1 25 Stephensport 30 FordsvilletJl T tBartles l25 Addison 25 Rock Haven 1 25 Holt 25 Long 1 25 Skillman 25 Rockvalea1 15 Hawesville 35 Falls of Rough j QGustonIIrvington 80 Lewisport 65 KirkzWebster 70 Waitman Hardinsburg HarnedLodlburgMystic 45 Pates 1 1 05 Basin Springs 0II Pure Distilled from Cloverport Ice Plant will beii used for Lemonade and Barrels of Free Ice WaterIwill be on the GroundsIIConfetti Confetti Confetti Confetti Confetti I oJ I IIBiggest of AllThe Best I 234- 56789Wm TWELVE Whats toour a andspecial winner persecutor Fordsville churchWash MitchellIBranch- Brandenburg Water Them EQUITY PEOPLE BOYCOTT OWENSBORO Sweeping Resolution Is Passed by the Yelvington Local of Ameri can Society of Equity The Yelvington local of the A S of E has started a sweeping boycott on the city of OwenHboro and calls upon the other locals of the county to join it The cause of toe boycott is the action of the city government in at tempting to collect taxes assessedt on tobacco belonging to the society in pooling houses in Owensboro At the last meeting of the city council this matter was referred to the assessment committeeThe resolutions were unanimously adopted by Yelvington local union No 1 of the A S of E at n regular meeting held Saturday afternoon July 21 Whereas it is rumored that thA city of uwensboro proposes to tax our pooled tobacco for city purposes and whereas we as farmers feel that we are already being taxed to the limit be it Resolved That if the cily of Owens boro persists in taxing said tobacco that we favor securing pooling houses outside the city limits and further we recommend that the farmers of Daviess and adjoining counties refuse to take tbier produce there or sell to Hucksters who run into the city We ask the other locals of Daviess county to consider this matter for if tbe rumor is found to be correct we expert to bring it up at the next meeting of the county union W J Board Secretary A F Hay Secretary Owensboro Inquirer The Farmers Insurance Company The Farmers CooperatIve Insurance Company bald its second annual meet ing at Frymire last Thursday Aug 8 for the purpose ot hearing reports tram its officers and electing same for another year The company is in a sound financial condition with funds in the treasury It has 1815 members representing 185000 insurance The only loss sustained by the com pany for the two years of its organiza tion was a small one which was ad justed at a cost of 1830 The following officers were elected viz John Ray Pres Victor Humbert vicePres J W Vesselle trees and Gee W Dodson Sec The next an nual meeting will be held at Ekron on the first Thursday in August 1007 NOTICE TO TAX = PAYERS I or one of my Deputies will be at f IrvlengtonTHURSDAY il 11- II AND AT 3ndCloverport t For the purpose of collecting Taxes Pleaseff be ready + 4 Milt Miller S B C I Shapinsky Bros slaughter sale has created mora activity in mercbadie in this city than has been know for sometime This is but another demonstration of the value ot advertising and especially in the News Calvestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher plan E W Gocdoe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for yearn had been growing worse Now its gone Cures cbronio Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough aid prevents Fnenmonl Pleasant to take Every bottle guaran teed at Severs Drug Co Price COo and 100 Trial bottle tree Mrs A B Crawford of Stephens port will spend the day at the Gibson House Thursday as1l XO RXa cCZBJpttm Bflgtt J tJc1 I HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES 1 Carl Hogenbeck shows Owensboro Aug 14 Cloverport to Owensboro and return for 100 round trip Tickets sold Aug 14 good returning Aug 15 Mao inao Island Excursion Aug21 Cloverport to Mackinac Island 1275 round trip Tickets on sale Aug 21 return limit 1C days from date of sale Masonic Celebration Cloverport August 28 Reduced rates from points on main lineto Masonic Barbecue at Cloverport 100 for round trip r from points on Branch r LouisvilleSt Louis Excursion Aug 8 Cloveipnrt to St Louis and return on train No 145 leaving Sat urday night at 1111 Ang 18 txood etnrning to and including night train out of St Louis Monday Aug 20 f0 00 for the round trip Seashore Excursion Atlantio City and return Aug 20 from Cloverport 1025 return limit 15 days from I date of sale v l fi Born to the wife of Llyde Morrison July 28 an 8 pound girl Mildred Nioma V i V n f I 0- i i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSw MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1906 PART TWO sR DIVA OF GRAND OPERA SIMPLE LIFE FOR MRS JULIA STORY WIlES SEASON IS OVER FOR EMMA EAMES Noted Singer flies to Husband at Italian Home as Soon as Last Note of Contract Season Falls from Her Golden Throat There arc thousands of Madame i Emma Eamos admirers who hearing her sing this season will think they know her woll They will have seen her in the trailing robes of Juliet or the simple gown of Marguerite dark skinned as Aida or fair and white as + 1tho young bride Elsa They will find ff1i In her a neighbor giving plenty of J heart and strength and personality to those who weep or thrill as they listen i Sympathy Is meat amt drink to the tGInger hut In the spring when the big home of her triumphs is closed Madame Emma Eamoa flies tor Vallombrosa whore sympathy awaits As soon as she reaches her Italian State she becomes Mrs Julian Story It IB the beginning of the simple life of household duties and dairy superin tendence of tne friendship of little chickens new puppies and old ponies ol favorite flowers In a personal gar don and the companionship of a husband IMI1I Story was reared in Now Eng 1 land Mr Story in Rome They hav j z a luxurious house In Paris but It is ti II this sunny mountain slope In Italy that awakens a responsive throb whenp the home longing is keen and the ap plause of the public falls to roach tho ttHUlt OLD VALLOMBROSA MONASTERY f Trany years ago w W Story fr raveling for his health In Italy found the beauty of the Appeninei flo culminate In tho stretch of land monasf name m tenth firiuLur century was in the of a u- i monks Tie scattering of tho monastic atorder was the first of innovations The locality famed for Its health giving f properties offers peace and Immunity I 1 from the world in a few hotels and ennltorlums Two three American millionaires have erected summer homes on nearby hill tops and several c families of the aristocracy of spend the hot months here in feudal box of tho ancient IItrongholdsI where the American died Is occupied by his 4 and Julian Story because i the spot Is endeared to him through his fathers memory has built on a farm of many acres a great square h tower and hall Campigllonl is the and Torre Di Camplglionl is the home which signifies tho happy J abodeopartuindgood fellowship andI spends his wherever his por utraitcommissions may take him while his wife is singing To the visiting t friend of the singer the 20 mile trip from Florence was a fitting approach to her beautiful retreat Tho road which eventually led up to the terrace of Torre was tied In bowknots and worked out like a puzzle The puzzle was solved and In the open living room or loggia Mr Story gave mo hearty welcome I 6- i ENTIRELY DEMOCRATIC tThe girl who had been separated r by professional etiquette from the great I singer looked forward with some apt prehension to meeting a divinity in f sweeping sunembroidered velvet drap- erIes Soon Mrs Story came out in h white duck skirt and a drawnwork shirtwaist A top r Its simply fine in you to come Have some seltzer cried tho lady A hearty laugh from the group on the terrace broke in upon her greeting and made her call hastily Dont toll any stories about me Let us go over there she said rising one can never afford to miss a laugh and Ger man dialect is too raro on these prem ises to be slighted I often wish that I had one of my own or that Joe Weber Lew Fields or Sam Bernard could hear some of the attempts at English that reach my ears during the opera season As is I can only enjoy them for a moment and repeat them afterward to some one who can perpetuate the in cldent Oh wo havo droll times Mrs Story has a keen sense of hu mor and quite loses herself as she listens to a group of storytollers Un like most strong personalities she does not rob those around her of poise and case but possesses the rare faculty of bringing out the very best that Is In them After dinner that wonderful oven Ing music came in for Its share The popularA fragment of Tammany was sung by that volco which will go down In history and tho chorus was taken up In many keys by the dinner guests All had heard the voice before but It was not Madame Eames ofGrand Opera who sang It was Mrs Julian Story singing to her friendsI From Above the Clouds The view of a stormcloud from above is one of the most interesting sights ever behold by man According to u famous aeronaut a storm view from that position has the appearance or a vast sea of boiling upheaving snow The falling of the rain can be distinctly heard making a noise like a waterfall over a precipice The thunder hoard nhovo the stormcloud is n t loud and the flashes of lightning ap i MADAME EMMA EAMfc i A Popular Favorite of Grand Opera hands or Florence farm energy II however good it pear tike streaks of intensely white light on tho surface of the graycolored vapor JOHN 1WBSLErS POEM Representative J W Gaines of Ten nessee Created Roars of Amuse ment in the House During Closing Days of Session by Reciting When Democ racy Will Die When the lions eat grass like nn ox And the fisherman swallows the whale When the terrapins knit woolen socks And the bare Is outrun by the snnll When serpents walk upright like men And doodle bugs travel like frogs When the gras8iin pcr feeds on the hen And feathers afro found on tho hogs When Thomas cuts swim In the air And elephants roost upon trees When Insects In summer are raro Aid snuff never makes people sneeze When tlioflnU creep over dry land And mules on velocipedes ride When foxes lay eggs In the sand And women In dress take no pride When Dutchmen no longer drink beer And girls get to preaching on time When tho billy goat butts from the rear And reason no longer Is crime When the humming bird brays like an ass And Ilinhurger smells like cologne When plowshares are made put of glass And hearts of Tunnesseoutis are stone When sense grows In Republican heads And wool on tho hydraulic ram Then tho Democratic party will bo dead And this country not worth a In the Friends burial grounds In Salem N J there stands the largest oak tree in the State and possibly the largest in the United States It Is now useU as the trade mark of tho New Jersey Forestry Association ll- cr I I JUVENILE GARDENINGo JAMESTOIVX EXPOSITION HAS A MODEL SCHOOL GARDEN OF A HUNDRED HOYS Practical Demonstrations by Depart ment of Agriculture and Varlou Mates Landscape Improvements and Beautifications Among the many novel features at tho Jamestown Exposition is the gar don work by school children Om hundred boys from the public school of Norfolk Newport News and Hampton near the Exposition grounds wen selected by their teachers to carry oin the plans for a school garden at thE Exposition Special trolley cars conveyed those young gardeners and then a THK 1000 YEAH OLI teachers to the grounds April 16 1906 and under direction of Warren II Manning landscape designer of the Exposition every boy was assigned to a small plot of ground in the garden and was given seeds to plant and in structions how to plant them In Ithese gardens are now growing beans peas parsnips carrots marshmallow parsley and other vegetables They are attended by their little gardeners and are kept clean and free from weeds most of the boys taking a special pride gardensI preliminary training for iho schoolchildren In gardening n t rial heat as It wore for the race next I year Tho actual work Isl to toe taken up at the Jamestown Exposition next spring PRIZES lOll BEST GARDENS Those who liars nmdo a success of heir gardens this season will bo given preference next year and will have their same gardens The Exposition Company will glvo prizes or modals for the host cultivated garden on the Exposition grounds and the young gardeners wll be given some valu able lessons in agriculture The U S Department of Agriculture and some of the stato departments will havo experimental stations and gardens at tho Exposition as object lessons to tho young as well as older gardeners The young minds amongitho visitors which have a bent toward agricultural pursuits will have an opportunity to learn much of value In the way of till ing tho soil They will learn when to plant what to plant and how to plant to get the boat results They will also bo glvon an opportunity to stu ly soils and their treatment and how to enrich and Improve them Two planting and transplanting will constltuto another phase of Undo Sams object lessons as aro done at other govern mont experimental stations At tho St Louis Exposition Uncle Sams gar dons and the childrens gardens proved exceedingly interesting as well as in structive to the farmers who were wise enough to appreciate the bene fits to be derived from them At the Jamestown Exposition it Is expected the Agricultural Department will broaden its scopo of instructions in many ways and surpass its efforts at St Louis WILD WOODS BECOME PAKKfe t The landscape gardening which has transformed a wild woods into one of the most beautiful scenic parks will also servo as an object lesson to farm ers and all who have grounds to beau tify with flowers shrubs and trees More than a million plants and trees aro growing on the Exposition grounds many of which have been transplanted others aro native to the soil Among tune trees transplanted wore several hundred old treos some comprising an apple orchard whose trees woro removed and planted around the thlrtyncro drill plain on the grounds Those and the pines cedars dogwoods and other trees have not suffered by being transplanted Even trees which were hauled many miles over land and water and plant ed on the Exposition grounds art thrifty They have nil been handled under the guidance of landscape engin eors Tho work has been done scien tifically and skillfully The results are seen In tho fine condition of the trees The arrangement of trees flowers and plants of all kinds in various parts of the Exposition grounds can be studied to great advantage by all landscape gardeners and the unique fence of wire and flowering vines is a study worth going miles to see a magnificent model which every fence builder will find worthy of following This fence Is eight feet high made of several strands of wire and running over the wire In every direction com pletely covering It aro vines of honey suckle crimson rambler rose and trumpet creeper making what seems to be an immense hedge of flowering vines HOM K IMPROVEMENTS If the Exposition results in imbuing its many thousand visitors with the spirit of homo improvement and with tl a determine Ion to go back homo and make of their own towns or houses and grounds models of beauty and con provingsI n success Rustic benches and bridges protty walks under canopies of vines and antita thousand other interesting things at the Exposition are studies for the pea ple worthy of the most careful at I tentlon It will not bn an exposition w v POWHAT AN oAK of commercialism but one showing the beauties of nature and the value of science In peace as well as in war 0 RELICS JAMESTOWN Site of Exposition Battleground of Conflicts Between Early Settlers and Indians Of all the Smiths who have tver lived Captain John is Iwomlnu the most famous duo to the prominence given to his doings Incident to the Jamostown Exposition The romantic days of Pocnhontas and rnptnlu John Smith are vividly recalled jiy the old Indian and frontiersmens relics which have been dug up in preparing tho ground for the Jamestown Exposition The site selected for the celebration of the three hundredth H r reriry of the first permanent English settlement In America was once nn Indian village occupied by tho Powlmtnns the most powerful tribo T f the early American Indians who ronmed over the country oust of the Ohio River several cen turies ago Near tho Stato Exhibits Building stands a majestic live oak tree the Fowbntan Oak estimated to be nearly 1000 years old which WHS a favorite camping ground of the In dians before America was discovered lhy tho Palefaces Here were held councils of war when the only weep ons In use were stone hntchets stone war clubs spears with stone points anti bows anti arrows Tic arrow he ds used were inado of flint chipped down to a cutting edge almost an sharp ns a knife every arrow head representing many hours of hard and patient toll Scores of theta flint arrowheads lire being found on the Ex position ground In excavating for streets nnd buildings Some of them are broken perhaps by striking some foo of the Indians in battle or some wild animal In those days the woods about Hampton heads were alive with deer bear and other animals At Sc wells Point where those relies are found were fought bloody battles be tween the early English settlers and the Indians and according to old In dints traditions this was also the butttlo ground on which warring In dial tribes desperately contended for the right of domain long Iu fore tho occurrence of the historic event which tho Jamestown Exposition commemo rates The valuable fisheries of what are now culled Hampton Hoads and Chesapeake Bay te beautiful hunt ing grounds along the water courses and the many attractions peculiar to this locality made this particular point of land very desirable and for Its possessions Indian tribes warred with one another Now after cen tunes have gone by anti the old India nations that once controlled thisI region have passed away their UllI cleat battle Holds have beet trans formed Into ti magnificent Internation al exposition ground just outside the corporate limits of the city of Norfolk Virginia Wual Industrial Truliiing Resolutions were recently adopted at the closing sessions of the Amen can Institute of Instruction at New Haven favoring the installing of in dustrial departments In every efficient school system The institute also placed Itself on record as holding that In view of recent developments of clue honesty In high places and of the increase of crime In different directions It is the duty of the teachers to per sistently train the American youth in honesty Integrity and uprightness FARM HIGH SCHOOL GREAT LMlRO VBMEST IX EDUCA TIONAL METHODS IX THRIVING KAXSAS TOWN Consolidation of the SodHouse Schools Into a Large and Well quipped High School Students Imbibe the Spirit of Village Improv ement Actualt examples of successes of things that already have been done are more convincing than a thousand plausible arguments to prove what pos sibly can be done The Department of Agriculture cites a case in Kansas showing the practical operation of a county high school which has done much for Norton County and which if faithfully worked out in other instances would give a tremendous Im petus to any other county in any state Kansas has local option In the OB f lahllshment of county high schools As a result several sparsely settled ounties or counties In which there are few large towns are supporting suit schools Norton County which a rev years ago was iitted with sod school houses and which still has many sod dwelling houses now supports a good county high school In the village of Norton a town e 1500 In habitants located near the geopraphl lal center of the county The high shool building is of brick 2 stories high over a well lighted basement ind Is located on the outskirts of the village where land can be easily se cured The basement contains fur nave and fuel rooms lavatories and a gymnasium On the first floor is a physics and chemistry room a natural history room a music and art room and the rooms of the business depart ment The second floor contains an assembly and study room and two re Ilallonrooms The apparatus and other equipment for the work in phy sics chemistry and natural history are exceptionally good for a small high school There is also a good library nnd a reading room with current newspapers and magazines The expense of running the school in 19034 was 9588 including 4430 for teachers salaries and 5158 for buildings grounds and Incidentals This was a year when considerable sums were spent for furniture appara tuft supplies and additional land The running expenses for the first six months in 1905 were 3776 Hereto fore five teachers have boon employed but this year there are six NO FARMING TAUGHT Previous to this year the Norio County High School has offered colics preparatory normal business ann general science coiirsesbut no course re lated in any direct way to the leading industry of the countyfarming The county superintendent of schools said that his attention hart been forcibly directed to this lack In the curriculum of the high school by the experience of a young man who came to the school from one of the many large farms in the vicinity took the fouryear busi ness course spent ono year In n local hank at 30 a month and then con I eluded that he would gain in both purse and pleasure by going back to the farm Such a young man and thore are many like him In the Norton County High School would have wel corned an agricultural course and would have gone back to tho farm much bettor prepared for the duties of life than ho was with a business train- Ing So tho county superintendent of schools and the other members of the board of trustees decided that an agricultural course should take the place of the general science course and hired a graduate of tho Kansas State Agricultural College to teach ngricul tiro and other sciences In the high school Secretary Wilson of Agricul turn whilb making a trip through the shortgrass country learned of the enterprise became much Interested in It and In response to an appeal for lid sent a representative of the Office of Experiment Stations to Norton t help start It The president of the Kansas State also assistanceresponded to a call for and undo one of a party of four that toured the country for eight days In tho in torest of the new course of study As a result considerable interest was aroused in the proposed new work a tentative agricultural I course was outlined and arrangements were made with the throe farm Implement dealers of tho town to open their warehouses to tho classes In agriculture and fur nish exports to give Instruction on tho mechanics care and use of farm ma chinerySTARTING IN AGRICULTURE The agricultural work of tho court includes botany with special rafercn to variation development of specif hybridization and the Influence of light hoat moisture etc on the plant soils and tillage plant physiology farm crops grain judging and horti culture farm accounts farm management Including farm plans methods of cropping farm machinery md its caro and rural economies with special reference to the problems of a business nature that will be met on the farm animal production and ttlk judging and dairying The teacher of agriculture retorts that the I imi ltnent dealers have given further viiern of their Interest In the agricultural course by offering prizes aggnviting 112 in value for a grainjinkingl contest open to all young men in the country and that these prizes nave been supplemented by a 15 suit Yf clothes from a clothing dealer ron tinning he says I am well pleased with the way the lays take hold of the work Out of 70 boys we have 9 enrolled in the agricultural course and I think most of the flrsNyear boys will take it up when they get to it in tin course It IIs proving popular in tl rchool and entirely free from Ithe fir judlco I had anticipated at the outset This is the nucleus of an importer experiment In education Norton n Just In the edge of the great semi rm region of the Middle West Acrrn ni trrnl practice In that region differs nu terlally from that of the more bumm regions on the one hand unit from that of the Irrigated districts on ftt other The teacher of agriculture it thoroughly familiar with the ugrieul ture of the region andl has but recant ty graduated from III agricultural col lege which Is devotingi much tuJjr t the problems of the hundredth merhll an belt The agrii alt re of this belt IF extensive Here one man works ac much Innd ns four or five men in this Faust lie cultivate tbee rows of corp it one fToasinp of the field and dock other things on an equally extenalYf vale Improved farm machinery maker tsls method of farming possible if q therefore of te greatest importance tat much attestt on to form machines e given in the agricultural pour t the Norton County High School The cereals corn and wheat are the leading field cror hence the Importance of grainjudging contaetip and outer school work relating to thaw great staples The county superintendent of schooar has expressed the hope that the school may also do much work that will EC of Immediate practical benefit to the agriculture of the country such at testing seals for viability or germfn sting power and milk and cream for butter fat treating oats and wheat JIV for smut and potatoes for scab spray ing trees and garden crops for Insect pests and diseases and making plans for farm buildings roads water aye toms etc Such work could bo done largely by tho pupils at school or on ithe different farms on Saturdays It V would be educational and at Ute sumo time would make the farmers feel that they were getting some Immediate tangible return for tho taxes paid in support of the school The Uuunir Pigeon Tho homer pigeon when traveling seldom feeds and If the distance to its home be long It arrives thin exhaust ed and almost dying IIf corn be pro sonted to it it refuses to eat con tenting itself with drinking a little water and then sleeping Two or three hours later It begins to eat with groat moderation and sleeps again flightohas been very prolonged tho pigeon will proceed In this manner for forty eight hours before recovering its nor mal motto of feeding t IIa a f p- IheI i l Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1906 JUSTONE WORD that word k TI1ttsit refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills and HEALTHAreconstfatedTroubled Sick headache VirtlEoBilious BiliousInsomnia othersIndicatelnactionoftho YOu Wood TunssPills Take No Substitute Rev B M Cnrrie is in Owensboro Will Mullen has returned homo from the West Mis Lee Board of LonisvUleia visit friondsf D Oelze was at Hadins Ltug Saturday Maok Miller was at home trom Louisville Sunday- A J Keys Sr Lodiburg was in the town Friday Miss Ethel Oelze an Mr Harry Hills were at Hardinsburg Saturday Mr and Mrs A J Dye of Clifton Mills were hero last wees shopping I Mrs Emma Moreflook of LouIsville is the guest of Mrs Francis Sawyer- W H Bowmer wits at Hardinsbnrg Saturday renewing old acquaintances Mr John Sebastian has been the guest of Mr and Mrs A R Fiher City Council met Monday night General routine business transactedI Mrs G SV Short and Preston Green were here from Falls of Rough last week IIAdamsIII I and Sunday Miss Louise Babbace was the guest of MISH Cornelia Ditto at Brandenburg last week J Wallace Babbage will arrive fromI the State College of KentucKY at Lex ington today Hugh Martin and mother of Louis ville are the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Barry I 1 Mrs John Burks nnd Will Bowmer tot Louisville were the guests of tbelrI parents Sunday A party of forty people from Whites J yule went through to Tar Springs Sunday I by land I Mrs F M Smith and daughter Miss Ella attended the picnic at Har jJSaturdayJj young people trom I Louisville will arrive Tnursday and go out to Tar SpringREMorrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both t tphones Owensboro Ky J D Brashear of Louisville WliSJJ here Friday and attended the barbecue at Hardinsburg Saturday Lee Bandy of Linden IOWA will i leave for Canada in a short time with a view looking up a locationtt ThE Epworth League Social Cornn mittee gave an open social at the home of Mrs Mary J Miller in the east end Monday night The Henderson Route Depot and other Henderson Route buildings in the city are newly painted The colors are white and tan Work Oxen tor SaleA sound well broken even gaited team ot 8 years old 100 case buys them Call on LE T qV Chapin Clovprport Ky Mr Benton Enbank ot Frankfort was the guest of Miss Maud Polk Sun i day They were entertained at dinner by Mr and Mrs L B Perkins Ont friend Peyten Scott presented us last week with one of the most etJicions tomatoes we have had this ji ryear It vas very large and full of L solid meat The old folks meeting at the Method i isi church Sunday was slightly attended c by old people Kov Currie preached a splendid sermon The audience was large V Wallace Weatherholt of Toblnsport wai over last week with a fine lot of peaches Ho sold them at a dollar a bushel They were the finest we have seen this season A new freight depot adquate to re b a Hump Back E SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump back straight neither will It I a short leg long but It feeds soft makeIIand heals diseased bone and Is t the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption umpleSCOTT l 4OHIS Pearrstreet New York 1 SOC and liioo all druu1IdArt y j qnirements of the Henderson Routes growing business at this point will probably be constructed on the site of the old in the near future The following comprised a party from heio to the Tar Springs Prof and Mrs J P King Mr and Mrs James Younger Misses Trace Edith and Eva Plans Miss Ln la Severs Chas Furrow pays he planted three peaks of Irish potatoes and harvested ten bushels Thu potatoes are a very fine variety and extra large Two of them may be seen at the News office Dr Taylor representing Talyor Keene Owensboro will be at his dental parlor in Dr F L Lightfoots building Aug 191415 High grade drntal work is solicited Dr Taylor will also be at Dr Kincheloes office in Hardinsbnrg Aug 2021 and 22 Col Pickerell of Louisville was here last week representing L D Addison of Louisville He travels in Indiana and says Mr Addison has a fine trade in that section as well as all over Ken tucKy and thu south Mrs Viola Jackson has returned from Evansville wnere she has been the guest of Mr and Mrs A C Shel don TO PREVENT MONEY STRINGENCY Secretary Shaw May Spenll 50000 000 In Retiring 4 Per Cent Bonds Washington Aug 4Secretary Shaw has given some consideration recently to wavs and means for guard ling against a money stringency this fall and it is understood that with about 50000000 of free capital at his command in the Treasury he can give any needed relief Apart from the Government deposits in national banKs the working balance in the Treasury is about 80000000 This balance could fall as low as 30 000000 without causing serious con cern In fact it has fallen that Iowa number or times in recent years The Secretary may abandon the policy of banksInnretiring 4 per cent bonds When a woman suffers from de pressing weaknesses she then keenly realizes how helplesshow thoroughly worthless she x is Dr Shoop has brought relief to thousands ot such women He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two directspecifio ways a local treatment known bj drug cists everywhere as Dr Shoops Night Cure and a constitutional or internal prescription called Dr Shoops Restorative Dr Shoops Night Cure is applied locally and at night It works while you sleep It reduces Inilamation it stops dis charges it heals it soothes it com forts it cures Dr Shoops Restorative tablet or liquid form is a constitutional nerve 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 Drug Co Ham blcton 1Vorsham Mr and Mrs Jefferson Davies Ham bleton formerly of Henderson an ounce the eneagement of their dau ghter Marion Vane Hambleton to Mr Ludscn Worsham who also belongs to prominent family in Henderson Tin wedding will be solemnized In the early fall Lonisvillle Times The soothing spray is of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for tne first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the nealing purifying elements of solid form and it never tails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros CO Warren Street Now York Pleasant Party The beautiful little launch Sweet heart of Owensboro cast anchor here last night On board were Captain Thomas Neubauer Dr Hugh Kimbly and wife Dr W B Aimendt and wife Miss Mary Gilmore of Owens boro und Mr James Skillman of Cloverport Ky This morning they entertained on board Misses Ida Hlnes Bessie Sims Celeste Cuthbert son and the Misses Calvert Mrs J- AI Moss and two children Dr John Yonnglove and Messrs Huston and Hugh Waller Afer an hours trip up Barren dur ing which time refreshments were served the party returned to the oity for dinner Tne Uweeheart is one of the prettiest boats that goes np and down our rivers Captain Thomas Neubaur after having traveled up and down all the rivers of mis state and Indiana the Barren the prettiest of all BowltngQreeo Times Journal 0 J Si i rNasal CATARRH In all Its lUget Elys Cream Balm cleanse eootbes and heal the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly I Cream Balm It placed Into the noetrlla spreadsI over the membrane and Ii absorbed Relief It lIm mediate and c cure follows Ik Is not drying doe not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drag gilts or by null 1 Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York HIT BY PASSEN GER TRAIN Victor Bandy Went to Sleep on Track at Lodiburg Wlijle Flag gingHead Considerably Hurt Victor Bandy a flagman of the Henderson Rente went to sleep on duty on the wst side of the trestle at Lodiburg Saturday night and was strcck by passenger train No 145 West Bound about 1015 oclock It is thought that Bandy was sitting on the edge of the traok and the train hit him knocking him to the side of the road His head was cnt up considerably aft d both arms bruised Bandy was brought to Cloverport Saturday night on the train that hit him Here he was taken in charge by Dr A A Simons who dressed his wounds He will recover Bandy bad been work ing vety hard for several days ana part of the time doing duty at night On account of the wreck which occur ed at Lodiburg last week He flagged the train 14U and it is said bo eat down to rest and fell asleep trom ez naustion Bandy is receiving the best of atten tion at the hands of the railroad com pany in this city He is twentyfour years of age He is a brother of Mrs Edward Kifisamof Webster who formerly lived here nnd a son of Mrs E J Bandy nt Stepheneport READ THIS Ripley Tenn June 1 1JOl Dr E W Hall of St Louis Mo Dear Sir Having tried various reme dies without satisfactory resuls I was persuaded to give your Texas Wonder a trial 1 have used one bottle and although my case is one of long standing that baffled the skill of the best physician yet it yielded at once to The Texas Wonder II which I heartily recommend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Yours trulv 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 removes gravel cures diabetes semianal emissions weak and lame backs rhenmatismand all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in j children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for test imonials Sold by all druggists A protracted meeting is in progress at Raymond conducted by Rev Eng lish There is nothing so pleasant ai that bright cheerful atpeacewithtbe world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so condnctie to good work and good re salts 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 bandicaped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will da range your body your thoughts and your disposition list away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond Little Indiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better man you ire TryJJ a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your meals Sold by all druggistsJJ Ernest Henderson has bought 07 acres of land from Fred MoGhee Con sideration 1200 J G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Y writes II Abont four years ago 4 I wrote yon stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared i am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently eared to stay cured and heartily re commend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Sold by A R Fisher a ti tiDR TAYLORii Representlne TAYLOR KEENE U II DENTISTS I t OF OWEN8BOR0jj yi JJWill be In Cloverport on the 4- y 12th 13th and 14th ot each 1- M month Dr Lightfoots office I- ffl 4 ftVJ I jl19th1 20th and 21st of each jpI JJ month Dr Kincheloes office X 4tJ How about your eyes Do they itch andsting Ale you always rubbing them Docs your head j HII Iache when you read Then your eyes are l wrong you need glasses ff- lM Well test your eyes free Ig- gf andcan fix you np with gfg Il the right glasses W fMM+ Warts 1 r J JAdvertisements Inserted underthls head at one cent a word per week FUR tAIEThreo splendid mUck rows workhorses kWroeWA lEI Golltlornlm or lady with jNod rigfor1 iIOjweekly and expenses advanced Address wtlll stamp pus A Alexander Clorerport Ky poll SALEA tuition certificate In the Howllne Green Business College llrnck enrldge News y cellnrforport Ky FOIL SALElIM acres of land laylnc on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres UllLcreliInor wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write the Ilreckenrldge News Clovorport Ky lumberWriteI verport Ky FOR SALE Onu Oloiio Inculmtor und onlyIIUVIIlItollreckenridgrSALK20 shares nreckenrldKo Rank stock Address J no D Ilabbuee Clover port IC- yWANTEDRy Chicago wholesale and mall assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining terri tory Salary ISO and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or ox perience required Spare time valuable write at once for full partlcularsand enclose GENEItAIFOR SALE PRINTiNO Presses and Cutting machines lot of Rood Laundry machines GasolineEnglnesMARTIN Louisville K- yCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 FrederIca Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nlpht Rates 1100 per day Labor Wanted I will employ 75 good men to work on the public roads job will last two months will pay 110 to 125 per day for further information apply to J V St Clair Road Superviser HARDINSBURG KY L iIsrn1 G tsS 3sr IS ts 155o1zL r MEET ME AT NOLTES IWhen you come to the I Masonic Barbecue r At Cloverport Thurs Aug 23 Conic prepared1 to have a rood time An ideal spot for a pirnic Plenty of hade and lots of lee Water Needing anything in Wearing Apparel for that day Shoes Oxfords Hosiery Underwear Umbrellas Fans Hand kerchiefs Suspenders Hats and Shirts Soft Collars and Ties In the Ladies line we have the Cool Goods Take a peep at our Nev Skirts TO SEE US llt lltCOnE Bro Cloverport Ky Cadick Milling Co m IAIyE carefully safeguard I W 1 v V V the interests of our I fj I IcUI omers More I t- XX over we fteqently do it un known to them as oppor It IK tunities often come tc us i W in I confidential l ways fjj LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS fi TI j tojK 1 j1 11careful interest paid on time deposits I INSURED AOA INS T 1 LOSS BV FIRE AND BUHGLAUV CONSER ilJ VATIVE BOARD OF p milECTOKS EFFI rOFFICERSrI I Bank of Cloverport Clorerport Ky Ii 1 Bromo tseven lrmIoB sold la mOBtlls Tfcis signature To ConvinceYou quality of CADICKSGOLD The most thoroughly convincing argu mtnt will for you to try a sack youfanbrands of Flour on the Our milling processes are the but- and we use only the best grade of wheat MAKERS Grandview Ind O rfrrrrrrrrrr rrrrvrr t t I1 Here I 3 Just us how much 3lumberhave all kinds of Framing material J and choice Poplar and g Walnut is ready for 5 JC you Thats the thing un able to get so quick before it s Let us have your iJ- Ct order today x Your House Barn or JII Stable may need re JII JII JIItIt REMEMBER US 1- 8i i Seaton Weatherholt I Cloverport Ky iilAieieAititAAti1 AAi17eitRAllR t St11Cl t CORD WOOD- WANTED 2 per cord will be paid for cord wood delivered on our yards Miller Brick Tile Co Cloverport Ky r To a Cold in One Day Take Laxative QUinine Tablets met in pat FLOUR be market 1No Waiting tell Z Cure rk Cures Crip 1tm TWo Days on everlJJJ- e e 11iII r J ktMft1- r i4 + cttn l l E 11 L7Iyrk htea l894By3 Harper F Brothers their greyhounds behind them In quest I end rode quietlyl forth from his con Tbe Prince with his KnglUh and Gas ron army moved swiftly southward In battle array and Sir Nigel having re mlted his ranks with the two hun dred members of the original White I ompany from the woods near Mont ezard Joined the army and received the honorable commission from the Prince to push ahead Into Spain and discover the locution and strength of i lie Spanish and French army under King Henry of Trnnstamare The lit d tle band wound through the passes of Navarre and Into the rugged land of d Spain Sir Nigel hid with him Sir William 1 clton Sir Oljver liuttesthorn stout old Sir Simon Hurley the Scotch knight errant the Earl of Angus and Sir Rich ant Causton all accounted among the bravest knights In the army together with sixty veteran moiiatHrm and three hundred and twenty archers Spies had been sent out In the morning and returned after nightfall to My that the King of Spain was encamped some fourteen miles off In the direction of Burgos having with him twenty thou sand horse and fortyfive thousand foot A drywood fire had lain lit end round this the leaders crouched the glary beating upon their rugged faces while the hardy archers lounged and chatted amid the tethered horses while they i munched their scanty provisions I For my part said Sir Simon nurI icy I am of the opinion that we have already done that which we have come for For do we not now know where the king IIs and how great a following he hath which was the end of our Jour ney I True answered Sir William Felton but I have come on this venture be eause It Is a long time since I have t hroken a spear In war and certes I shall not go back until I have run aI course with some cavalier of Spain I will not leave you Sir WilliamI returned Sir Simon Burley and yet Allii j an old soldier and one who hath seen I much of war I cannot but think that It IIs an III tlilnc rrr four hundred men to find themselves between an of sixty thousand on the one side and a brood river on the other Yet said Sir Rlrhard Causton we connot for the honor of Kngland go trek without a blow struck Nar for the honor of Scotland either cried the Earl of Angus By Saint Paul you have spoken very well said Sir 1 gel and I hAve always heard that there were very worthy gentlemen among the Scots awl Use sUrwlhlng to he hail 1nII their border Rethink you Sir that we hare this news from till HIM nf common spies who can scarce tell us ns much of the enemy and of the forces as the prince would wish to hearAll night tbey lhatl their Uornod stumbling and groping through wildI defies and rugged1 alloys following UleI guidance of a frightened peasant who was strapped by the wrist to Black S- imons stirrupleather With the early dawn they found themselves in a darkIravine with others sloping away from tt on either side and the bare brown crags rising In long bleak terraces all round them If It please you fair lord aaltIBlack Simon this man hath misled us and since there Is no tree upon which we may bang him It might be w11I to hurl him over yonder cliff The peasant reading the soldiers I moaning In his fierce eyes and harsh accents dropped upon his knees scream lug lomllj for nienv I How comes It dog asker Sir W1I1I lam Felton In Spanish Where Is this IIleadf By the sweet Virgin By the blessed Mother of God cried the trembling peasant I swear to you that In the darkness I have myself lost the pa- th1At I the Instant there rose the i scream of a hundred bugles with the- deep I rolling of drum and the clashing of cymbals all sounding together In onIdeafening uproar Knights and arch ers sprang to arms eonvlnII I some great Istt was upon them but the guide dropped upon hla knees and J thanked Heaven for Its merciesIWe have found them aballtruI he cried This IIs thfir morning call As he spoke he scrambled down one of the narrow ravines and climbing over a low ridge at the further end hII led them Into a short valley with 1Istream purling down the centre of It and a very thlok growth of elder and box upon either side Pushing their way through the dense brushwood they looked upon a arena which made their I hearts beat harder and their breath come falerIIn front of tIm lay a broad plain II watered by two winding streams and covered with grass stretching away to where In the furthest distance thuItowers of Burgos bristled up the light blue morning sky Over all this vast meadow there lay a great city of tents thousands upon thousands of them laid out in streets and aquaria like a wellordered town High silken pavllloDi or colored niuriin n shout- Ing II up from awedg the crowd ot weau sr dwellings marked where the great lords and barons of Leon and displayed their standards CatlleIiIiI the white roofs as tar as eye reach the waving of ancients pavonsl pencils and banderoles with flash ofI gold and glow of colors proclaimed that all the chivalry of Iberia were mustered In the plain lrfiieath them Far oft In the centre of the camp a huge palate of red and white silk with the royal arms of Castile waving tram the summit announced that the gallant Henry lay there In the midst of his warriors- As the English adventurers peeping nut from behind their brushwood Green looked down upon this wondrous iKht they could see that the vast army n front of them was already afoot The irst pink light of the rising sun gilt ered upon the steel caps andI breast later of dense masses of sllngers and rossbowmtn who drilled and marched- In the spaces which had been left for their axercls A thousand columns of smoke reeked up Into the pure lornlnsr air where the faggots were gilled and the campkettles already simmering In the open plain clouds of light horse galloped and swooped with swaying bodies and waving Jave I lens after the fashion which the Span- Ish had adopted from their Moorish en amiss All along by the sedgy banks of the rivers long lines of pages led I their masters chargers down to water while the knights themselves lounged In gaylydressed groups about the doors lit their pavilions or rode out with I tbelr falcons Upon their wrists and ADO of quail or leveret The lenders sat amongst the box wood and took counsel together IS to what they should do while from be low there surged up the IIIIM of Voiron the shouting the neighing of horses and nil the uproar of a great camp What hoots It to walt 1 said Sir William I elton Let us ride down upon their camp before they discover us And so My L cried the Scottish earl for thoy do not know that there Is nny enemy within thirty long leagues of them For my part said Sir Simon Uur ley I think that It Is madness for you cannot hope to rout this great ar my and whore are you to go and what are you to do when thoy have turned upon you Nay said Sir Nigel I have a plan by which wo may attempt some small deed upon them and yet by the help of God may be able to draw off again which as Sir Simon Burley hath said would he scarce possible In any other way How then Sir Nisei nsked adv eralvoicesWe lie here all day for amid this brushwood It Is 111 for thorn to see us Then when evening comes we shall sally out upon them and see If we may not Rain some honorable advancement from them We shall have nightfall to cover us when we draw off so that we may make our way beck through the mountains I would station a score of archers Ire In the pass with all our pennons jutting forth from the rocks and as many naklrs and drums and bugles ac we have with us so that those who follow us In the fading light may think that the whole army of the prince Is upon them and fear to so further Wlim think you of my plan Sir Simon By my troth I think very well of It cried the prudent old commander If four hundred men must needs run a tilt against sixty thousand I cannot see how they can do It better or more safelyAnd HO say I pried Felton heartily I But I wish the day were over for I It will be un III thing for us If they chance to light upon us The words were scarce out of his mouth when there came a clatter of loose stones the sharp clink of trotting hoofs and a darkfaced cavalier mounted upon a white horse burst through the bushes and rode swiftly Ion the valley from the end which was farthest from the Spanish camp Lightly armed with his visor open aril a hawk perched upon his left writ he looked about him with the cat eleas sir of a man who is bent wholly upon pleasure and unconscious of the pus sibility of danger Suddenly uuwavrr his eyes lit upon the tierce faces which glared out at him from the brushwood With a cry of terror he thrust his spurs into his horses sides and dashed for the narrow opening of the gorge For a moment it seemed as though he would have reached U for he had trampled over or dashed aside the ar hers who threw themselves In his way but Ilordle John seized him by the tout In his grasp of Iron and dragged him from the saddle while wo others caught the frightened horse Ho ho roared the great archer How many cows wilt buy my mother It I set thee tree Hush that bulls bellowing cried ilr Nigell impatiently Bring the man here By St Paul it Is not the first time that we have met for If I mls taks not It is Don Diego Alvarez who was once at the princes court It Is Indeed 1 said the Spanish nlght 1 trust that I urn now me prisoner of some honorable knight or gentleman You are the prisoner of the man who ook you Sir Diego answered Sir Ni ced And 1 may tell you that better ueM than either you or I hurt found themselves before now prisoners in the hands of the archers of England What ransom then does he de iiand 7 asked the Spaniard Big John scratched his red head and Tinned In high delight when the question was propounded to him Tell him said he that I shall have ten own APd a bull too If It be but a little one Also a dress of blue sendall cur muiher and a red one for Joan with lye acres of pastureland two scythes tilt a Hue new grindstone Likewise i small house with stalls for the cows Hid thirtysix gallons of beer for the thirsty weather Tut tut said Sir Nigel laughing All these things may be hud for money and I think Don Diego that the thousand crowns Is not too much fore renowned a knight It shall be duly paid him Fur some days we must keep you with us slid I must crave leave also Lu use your shield your armor and your horse I have need of It this day jut It shall be duly returned to you et guards Aylward with arrow on trlng at either end of the pass for It may happen that some other cava liers may visit us ere the time become All day time iitile band of English men lay In the sheltered gorge look ing down upon the vast host of their unconscious enemies The sun had lunk behind a cloudbunk In the west before Sir Nigel at lust gave word that the men should resume thulr arms and hue their horses ready He had himself thrown off his armor and had dressed himself from head to foot in the harness of the captured Spaniard Sir William said he It IIs my opin ion to attempt a small teed and I auk you therefore that you will lead this outfall upon the camp Kor me I will ride Into their camp with my squire and two archers T pray you to watch me and to ride forth when T am come among the tents You will leave twen ty men behind here and as we planned this morning and you will ride back have ventured as farhere after you as seems pond to nu-T will do ai you order NigelI but what Is that you propose to dot Tou will see anon and Indeed It Is but a trifling matter Alleyne you I111 come with mr ad lend a spare horse hv tae I latv ni have the wo archers who rna 1 us through I France for they are trusty men and nf stout heart Let them ride behind us and let them leave their bows here among the hushes for It Is not my wish that they should know that we are Englishmen Say no word to any whom we may meet and If any speak i you pass on as though you heard them not So saying Sir Nigel mounted the white horse of the Spanish cavalier ceaiment with his three companions behind him Alleyno leading his mas ters own steed by the bridle So many small parties of French and Spanish horse were sweeping hither and thither that the small band attracted little notice and making Its way at a gentle trot across the plain they came as far ns the ramp without challenge or push1Ithe dense swarms of horsemen and of footmen until the hUll roynl pavilion stretched In front nf them They were close upon It when of a sudden there broke out 1 wild hut ht n a ills tant portion of the camp with screams and warcries and nil the wild tumult of battle At the sound sold1 me rushing from their tents knights shouted loudly for their squires and there was mad turmoil on every hand of bewildered men nnd plunelntr horses At the royal tent a crowd of rorcoous lIt dressed servants ran hither and thither In helpless panic for the guard of soldiers who were stationed there had already ridden off In the direc tion of the alarm A manatarms on Cither site of the doorway were the sole protector of the royal dwelling- I have corn fn the king whisper ed1 Sir Nigel and by Saint Paul nut bnrk with us or I must bidi hereAlleyne and Aylwsrd sprung from their horses and flew nt the two sentries who were disarmed mind beaten down In nn In stant by so furious nnd unexpected nn attack Sir Nisei dashed Into the royal tent and sans followed his Hordlc John All soon as the horses had been secured From within entile wild screamlngs nnd the clash of steel snd then the two emerged onrc more their swords mid forearms redl dened with blood while John ford over Ida shoulder the senseless laxly of a man whose gray surcoat adorned with the lions and towers of Castile proclaimed him to belong to the royal house A crowd of whitefaced sewers and pages swarmed at their heels those behind pushing forwards while the foremost shrank hack from the tierce faces and reeking weapons of the adventurers The senseless body was thrown across the spare horse the tour sprang to their saddles awl1 oway they thundered with lloose reins and busy spurs through the swarming camp Out confusion and disorder still reigned iiinnng the Spaniards for Sir Wllllnm Kelton and Ids men had swept through half their camp leaving n long litter of the Id and dying to marl their course tnr ertaln who were their attackers and unInub e to tell their English enemies from tholr newlyarrived Breton allies the Spanish knights rode wildly hither and thither In aimless fury The mail tur moil the mixture of races and the fading light were nil In favor of the four whoI alone knew their own purpose among theI vast uncertain multitude Another live minutes of wild galloping over the plain and they were all bark In their IorglI while their pursuers fell hick before thoI rolling of the English drums and blare of trumpets which seemed to proclaim I that the whole army of the prince wits about to emerge from the mountain I passesIty my soul Nigel cried Sir Oliver j what have we here It Is a prisoner whom I have taken i mid In Booth as he came from the royal tent and wears the royal arms 111011 his Jupon I trust that be IIs the King of Spain The King of Spain cried1 the eom ptinlmiH crowding round In amazement Nny Sir Nigel sold Folton peering ut the prisoner through the uncertain light I have twice seen Henry of TranstsrnMrc and certes this man In no way resembles him Who are you fellow be added IIII Spanish and how Is It that you dare to wear the arum of Castile The prisoner was but recovering the citnsclounnpsx which had been squeeied from him by the grip of Ilordle John If It please you tie answered I and nine others art the bodysquires of the king and must ever wear his arms so ns to shield him from even such perils SK have threatened him this night The king IIs at the tent of the brave Du Guesc lln where lie will sup to night nut I am- a caballero of Aragon Don Snncho 11110I lusa and though I be no king 1 am yet ready to pay a flttlng price for lilY ran som By Saint Paul 1 will not touch your gull erred Sir Nigel Go hack to your master sad give him greeting from Sir Nigel Coring of Twynham Castle telling him that I had hoped to mnke his better acquaintance this night and that If 1 have dlsrirderiHl his tent It was but In my eagerness to know so famed and courteous a knight Spur on comrades for we mud mover ninny a league ere we can venture to light Ore or to loosen girth CHAlTKIl XVI It WitS a told bleak morning In the be- gInning of March nnd the mist was drift log In dense rolling clouds through Ihu IKisses of the Cantnbrlan mountains The Company hud passed the night In n hll teretlI gully Mere nail there through the douse haze which surrounded fbem there loomed out huge pinnacles und jutting boulders of rock while high above the sea of vapor there towered up one gigantic peak with the pink glow of the early sun shine upon Its snowcapped head The camp was loud with laughter und merriment for a messenger had ridden In from the prince with words of heartstirring prulsKI for what they had done mind with orders that they should still abide In the forefront of the army The Lord Lorlng craves your attend ance In his tent said a young archer to AlleyneThe found the knight seated upon a cushion with his legs crossed In front of him and a broad ribbon of parchment laid across his knees over which be was poring with frowning brows and pursed lips If came this morning by the princes messenger said he and was brought from England by Sir John Falllslee who Is new come from Sussex Alleyne turned to the letter and as his eyes rested upon It his face turned pale and a cry of surprise and grief burst from his lips What then asked the knight peerlns up at him anxiously There Is nousbt amiss with the Lady Mary or with the LndT Maude unhappybrotherto his brow He Is dead By Saint Paul I have never heard youthatYet he was my brother the only kith or kin that I had upon earth Alasl alas He has been slain and slain I fear amidst crime and Tlolence U fiat said Sir NItuRead on I pray you n God be with thee my honored lord and have thee In his holy keeping The Lady LorltiK hath asked uiu tau priest so set down In writing what hath befallen ut Twyuhaui and all that concerns the death of thy 111 neighbor the Socuiau ot Mlustead For when ye had left us tills evil wall gathered around him all outlaws litchis and uiastcrlvss wen until they wiro come to such a force that they slew iml scattered the kings wen who went against Ilium thou couilug form from tie wools they laid siege to thy castle and for two dugs they girt us In and shut nurd against us with such numbers as were a marvel to see Yet the Lady Lor ing held the place stoutly and on the frond day tile Sotman was slainby tin own men us some thinkso that we were delivered from their hands for which praise hE to all the saints nnd more especially to the holy Anselm upon whose feast It came to pass The Lady Lorlng and the Lady Maude thy fair laughter are In good health May all the stints preserve thee My fair lord sold Alleyne with n Hush on his weatherstained checks I love your daughter the Lady Maude and myhenrysBy St Paul Edrlcson said the knight coldly arching hla eyebrows you aim high In this matter Our blood Is very old And mine also Is very old answered the squire And the Lady Maude Is our single child All our name and lands center upon her Alas that I should say It but I also am now the only Edrlcson And why have I not heard this from you before Alleyne In sooth I think you have used me III Nay my fair lord say not so for I know not whether your daughter lures me and there Is no pledge between us Sir Nigel pondered for n few moments and then hurst out nlnughlng By St Paul said he I know not why I should mix In the matter for T have ever found that the Lady Maude era very well able to look to her own affairs Since first she could stamp her little foot she hath ever been aide to get that for which she craved and If she set her heart on thee Alleyne and thou oe I do not think that this Spanish king with his three apartYeta full knight ere you go to mv daughter with words of love I have ever said that a brave lance should wetI her and by my soul Kdrleson If God spare you 1 think that you will acquit yourself well But enough of such trifles for we have our work before UK and It will be time to speak of this matter when we see the white cliffs of England once more Go to Sir William Felton I pray you and Ask him to conic hither for It Is time that we were marching There IIs no pass at the further end of the valley and It Is a perilous place should an enemy come upon usAlleyne delivered his message ami then wandered forth from the camp for his mind was nil In a whirl with this un expected news and with his talk with Sir Nigel Sitting upon a rock with MR horning brow resting upon his hands he thought of his brother of their quarrel of the Lady Maude In her bedraggled rid ingdress of the gray old castle of the proud pale face In the armory and of the spedhimpenniless monkbred lad unknown and unfriended Now he was himself Socmnn of Mlnstead the head of an old stork and the Lord of an estate which If reduced From Its former size was still ample to preserve the dlgnltr of his family Further he had become a man of experience was counted brave among men had won the esteem and confidence of her father and above nil has been listened to by him when he told him the stcret of his love As to the gaining of knighthood In such stirring tines It wan no great matter for i brave squire of gentle birth to aspire to that honor He would leave his bones among these Spanish ravines or lie would lo some deed which would call the eyes if men upon him Alleyne was still seated on the rock his rlefn nnd the Joys drifting swiftly over his mind like the shadow of clouds upon a sunlit meadow when of a sudden he liecsme conscious of a low deep sound which nand booming up to him through the fog He shouted an alarm to the mmp It Is a grant body of horse said Sir lYIIIIam 1 Felton nnd they are ruling very swiftly hltlierwnrds 7 lie Company stood peering Into the delis fog wreath amidst n silence so irofound that the dripping of the water from the rocks and the breathing of the horses grew loud upon the stir Suddenly front out the sea of moist came the sound of a neigh followed by a long blast of a huge It IIs a Spanish call my fair lord suld Black Simon By my faith said Sir Nigel smiling we may promise them some sport ere they Hound the mort over us But there Is a hill In the center of the gorge upon which wo might make our stand- II marked It yester night said Felton and no better spot could be towed for our purpose for It Is very steep at the backThe whole Company lending their horses passed across to the small hill which loomed up from the mist It was Indeed admirably designed for defence for It sloped down In front all Jagged and boulder strewn while It fell away behind In a sheer cliff of a hundred feet or more On the summit wen a small uneven plateau with a stretch across of a hun dred paces and a depth of half ns much againUnloose the horses said Sir Nigel Now order the ranks ntid lllug wide the banners for our souls are Gods and our bodies the kings and our swords for Saint George and for England Sir Nigel had scarcely spoken when the mist seemed to thin In the valley and to Kiired away Into long ragged clouds which trailed from the edges of time cliffs and the sun broke through It gleamed nnd shimmered with dazzling brightness upon the nrmor and headpieces of a vast body of horsemen who stretched across the Imrranea from one cliff to the other and extended backwards until their rearguard were tar out upon the plain beyond Line after line and rank after rank they chocked the neck of tile valley with along vlstn of tossing pennons twinkling lances waving plumes and streaming banderoles while the curvets nnd gam hades of time chargers lent a constant mo tion and slilmmer to the glittering many colored mass A yell of exultation and a forest of waving steel through the length and breadth of their column announced that they could at last see their entrapped enemies while the swelling notes of a hundred bugles and drums mixed with the clash of Moorish cymbals broke forth Into a proud peal of martial triumph Strange It was to these gallant and sparkling cava liers of Spain to look upon this handful of bow of men upon the illl te thin lines men the knots of knights and menntnrms with armor rusted and discolored from Tong service and to learn that these were In deed the soldiers whose fame and prow ess had been the campflre talk of every army In Christendom Very still nail silent they stood leaning upon their bows while their leaders took counsel together In front of them No clnne of bugle rose from their stern rank but In the center waved the leopards of England on the right the ensign of their Company with the roses of Lorlne and on the left over three score of Welsh bowman there float ed the red banner of Merlin with the red hoars heads of the Buttesthorns Grave- lyI and sedately they stood before the morning sun waiting for the onslaught of their foemen BY SMnt Paul said Sir Nigel gazing with puckered eye down the valley there appear to be some very worthy people e among thorn What In this golden bun ner which waves over the left It Is tho ensign of the Knights of Calutrava answered ieltou And the one upon tau right It marks the Knights of Santiago and 1 sec by the banner that tho grand was ter rides at their head You arc right for 1 CUll also see them There Is much Spanish blazonry ulso If 1 could bul read It Dou Diego you know the arms of your own country and who are they who have done ua so much honor The Spanish prisoner looked with exul taut eyes upuu the deep and serried ranks of his countrymen By Saint James he said It ye fail this day ye fall by no mean hands for the flower of the army of Castile ride under the banner of Don Tcllo with the chivalry of Anturlas Toledo Leon Cor dova Gnllcln and Seville nnd tbe knights of France and Aragon If you will take my rode you will come to a composition with thrill for they will give you such terms as you have given me Nny by Saint Paul It were pity If so many brave men were drown together and no little deed of arms conic of It Ha William they advance upon us and by my soul It Is a sight worth cowing over the seas to witness SpaliIsh Cnlatruva on the one side and of Santiago on the other came swooping swiftly down tbe valley while the main body followed more slowly behind The vanguard halted a long bowshot from the hill nnd with waving spears and vaunting shouts dial lenged their enemies to come forth while two cavaliers pricking forward from the glittering ranks walked their horses slowly I between the two arrays with targets braced and lances In rest like the chal lengers III a tourney By Saint Paul cried Sir Nigel with his eye glowing like an ember these appear to be two very worthy and debo hair gentlemen I do not call to mind when I have seen any people who seemed of so great a heart nnd so high of enter prise We have our horses Sir Wllllnm shall be not relieve them of any vow which they may have upon their souls Feltons reply was to bound upon his charger nnd to urge It down the slope spearslengthscourse rocky nnd uneven yet the two knights choosing their men lushed onwards nt the top of their speed while the gallant Spaniards lew as swiftly to meet them The one to whom Feltoij found himself opposed lIR n tall strlpllnii with n stags head upon his shield while Sir Nigels man was broad amid squat with plain steel harness and n pink and white torse bound round his helmet The first struck Felton on the target with such force as to split It from side to side but Sir Williams Inure crashed through the cnmall which Khlelded the Spaniards throat and he fell screaming hoarsely to the ground Carried away by the heat anti madness of fight the English knight never drew rein but charged straight on Into the array of the Knights of Calntrnva Long time the silent theupon the 1 hill could see a swirl nnd eddy deep down In the heart of the Spanish column with a circle of retiring chargers and flashing blades Mere and there tossed the white plume of the English helmet rising and falling like the foam upon a wave with the fierce gleam ahd sparkle ever circling round It until at lust It had sunk from view and another hruv man had turned Will to peace- Sir Nigel meanwhile luau found a foe man worthy of his steel for ills opponent wns none other tban Sebastian Gomez the picked lance of the monkish Knights of Santiago who hud won fame III a hun dred bloody combats with the Moors of Andalusia So flene was their meeting that their spears shivered up to the very grasp and the horses reared iHtVkwarda until It seemed that they must crush down upon their riders Yet with consummate horsemanship they both swung round In tt long curvet nnd then plucking out their swords they lashed at each other like two lusty smiths hammering upon their anvil The chargers spun round each others bit lug and striking while time two blades wheeled amid whlszed nnd circled In gleam nf dazzling Unlit Cut parry and thrust followed KO swiftly upon each others that the eye could nut follow them until nt last coming thigh to thigh they cast their Irma around each other and rolled off their saddles to the ground The heavier Spaniard threw himself upon his enemy and pinning him down beneath hum raised hula sword to slay him while a shout of triumph ruse from the ranks of Luis count rymen Hut the fatal blow never fell for even as his arm quivered before descend alllllstllTelllngIlls side with the blood sunhlug from Ms iirmplt und from the slit of Ids vizor Sir Nigel sprung to his foot with his bloody dagger In his left hand and gaxed down upon his adversary but the fatal and sudden stab In the vital spot which the Spaniard humid exposed by raising his arm had proved Instantly mortal The Englishman leaped upon his horse and mantle for the bill at the very Instant that a yell of rage from a thousand voices and the clang of a score of bugles announced the Spanish onset CHAPTER XVII Hut the Islanders were ready and eager for the encounter With feet firmly planted their sleeves rolled back to give free pluy to their muscles their long yellow bowstaves In their left bands and their quivers slung to the front they bad walled hi the fourdeep harrow formation which gave strength to their array and yet permitted every man to draw his arrow freely without harm to those In front- On swept the Spaniards over the level and up to the slope ere they met the blinding storm of the English arrows Down went the whole ranks In u whirl of mad confusion horses plunging and kicking bewildered men falling rising staggering on or back while ever now lines of horsemen come spurring through the gaps and urged their chargers up the fatal slope All around him Alleyne could hear the stern short orders of the muBtcr bowmen while the air wan filled with the keen twanging of the strings und the swish aud putter of the shafts Right across tbe foot of the hill there had sprung up a long wall of struggling horses and stricken men which ever grew mid heightened as fresh squadrons poured on the attack So for live long minutes the gallant horsemen of Spain und of France strove ever and again to force a passage until the low wailing note of n bugle called them back and they rode slowly out of bowshot leaving their best and their bravest In the ghastly bloodmottled heap behind them victorsWhilstfront the sllngers hind crept round upon upontheupontheupon tbe exposed summit offered a fair mark to their hidden foes Johnston the old archer was truck upon the temple fifteen atarms were struck town at the same moment The others nr on their fares to ortheshots with the slingers anti erossbowmen among the rocks aiming mainly at those burstingopponentstoppling perrhny thinktlthllSpanlsbmuch honor might he won Indeed he was a very worthy gentleman of good courage and great hardiness and It grieves mt that he should have come by such a hurtr rx Nlgoll tried Sir tiliuon Burley hurry- Ing up with couaturuutioa upon his lace Aylwurd tells we that there are not ten score uriows wit lu all their sheaves duel Lucy are suriugmg iroin tbelr horses and cutting tueir suiiercU that they way rush upuu us Aught we uot coca now wake u retreat i bOOlIIrllLant anti uure 1 blue wuuu uod gives iiiu aiiuugtu to lilt u SNTUIU And so say i suuuiud Sir Oliver fthrowing tIll ujuce bigu lulu till air flpu 1aicumg it agues uy cue uuuule- To your uruis weu cried Sir Nigel t suuot wulle you way uud tuvu uut sword lUll let us live or uiu luguiuen rbeu upiu e HOW me lUll iu the rugged cumurluu tuiicy u sound SLLU us had uot ueeu heard iu muse purls ueiuru our was utfulu until tae auvuuu widen rippled juiid the locks had been frozen uy over our huuuitu wluturs uud tuuweu u as many returning springs Deep and fulllnod strong It thundered down the ravine time fierce imttlecall of a warrior race the Y Juuwith i the stake IIs death Thrice It swelled teeth and thrice it sank away echoing and re verberating amidst the crags Then with 1 set faces the Company rose up among the j storm of stones and looked down upon the 1 thousands who sped swiftly up time slope against them Horse and spear limit been i set aside hut on foot with sword anti bat tleaxe their broad shields slung In front 1 of them the chivalry of Spain rushed towtime attack And now arose n struggle so fell so long so evenly sustained that even now the memory of It Is handed down amongst the Calabrlan mountaineers mind the IIIomrnI111 knoll Is still pointed out by fathers to their children as the Alturn de Ion Ingle sos where the men from across the seas fought the great light with the knights qulklhotstones so close were friend and foe From side to side stretched the thin line of the English lightly armed and quickfooted while against It stormed mind raged the pressing throng of fiery Spaniards and of gallant Bretons The clink of crossing heavyblowsund wounded omen all rose together In a wild longdrawn note which swelled upwards to the ears of the wondering peasants who looked down from the edges of the cliffs upon the swaying turmoil of the battle beneath them Back and for nowburntpushhmgdownwardsmind Black Simon with their veteran men atarms flung themselves madly Into the fray Alleyne at Ms lords right hand found himself swept hither and thither In the savagethmiistslier mid the next torn away by the whirl of men and dashed1 up against some new Aylward t the Company fought furiously against the monkish Knights of Santiago who were led up the hill by their prlorn greatdeep attested man who wore a brown monastic hnblt over his suit of mall Three archers he slew In throe giant strokes but Sirll Oliver flung Ms arms round him and the two staggering smidI straining reeled wards and fell locked In each bakff grasp over the oilgo of the steep cliff which Yanked the hull In vain his knights stormed and ravel iipilust the thin line which marred their path the sword of Aylwnrd and the grout axe of John gleamII hugelaggedstrong arms of the bowmen crashed and hurtled amid their ranks Slowly they gore buck down the lull time archers still lonllittermurk the course which they had taken uponthecharged out from among the rocks which sheltered them nnd by the fury of their outfall hind driven the Spaniards In front of them lu headlong flight down the bill In the centre only things seemed to be going III with tbe defenders Black Simon was down dying us he would wish to hove tided like n grim old wolf In Its lair with a ring of his slulu around him Twice Sir Nigel hUll been overborne and twice Al lovne had fought over him until he hail staggered to his foot once more Burley lay senseless stunned by a blow from n mace and half of the monatarms hat littered1 upon the ground around him Sir Nigels shield WHK broken his crest shorn his armor cwt und smashed and the vUoi torn from hula helmet yet he sprang hither timid thither with light foot and ready Spamibirdstoopluglevno still fought by his side stemming with n handful of men the fierce tide which surged up against them Yet It would have fared III with them bad not the archers from either side closed In upon the think of the attackers and pressed them very slowly and foot by toot down the long slope until they were on tin plain once more where their fellows wore already rallying for a fresh assault But terrible Indeed was the cost at which the last hud been repelled Of tin three hundred and seventy men who had held the crest one hundred and seventy two were left standing many of whom were sorely wounded and weak from loss of blood Sir Oliver Buttesthorn Sir Hlchard Causton Sir Simon Burley Black Simon Johnston a hundred and fifty archers and fortyseven menatarms had fallen while the pitiless hall of stones was already Whizzing and piping once more about their ears threatening every In stant to further reduce their numbers Sir Nigel looked about him at his shat tered ranks and Ms face flushed with a soldiers pride By St Paul he cried 1 have fought In many a little bickering but never one that I would he more loth to have missed AlleyneItstanching the Mood which dripped from a swordcut across his forehead These gentlemen of Spain seem to be most courteous and worthy people I see that they are already forming to continues this debate with us Form up the bowmenii Yfsomepdeer a felt accolade nor your heels worn the gold spurs Do you take charge of the myLordHo for Sir Samkln Aylward cried n rough voice among the archers and a ioir of laughter greeted their new leader By my hilt said the old bowman I t never thought to lead a wing In a strick en field Stand close caraarades for by t these fingerbones we must play the man i this day Come hither Alleyne said Sir Nigel walking back to the edge of the cliff positionAnd oning to time squire of Sir Oliver do you also come here The two squires hurried across to him and the three stood looking down Into the rocky ravine which lay a hundred anti fifty feet beneath them t The prince must hear of how things ore with ns said the knight Anoth er onfall we may withstand but they are many and we are few so that the time must come when we can no longer term line across the hill Yet If help were brought us we might hold the crest until It comes See yonder horses which stray among the rocks beneath nut I see them my fair lord And see yonder path which winds along e the hill upon the further end of the valley i ii see It SVerc you on those horde IL ridingtc 3 L f JSJl AirBgy 1 t n f K 1 qFp Me tC ry TSy L 1 k The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1900 BRANCH HOUSE WILL CLOSE American Grocery Company De cides to Quit Business in e Owensboro The American Grocery company the parent house of which is located in Louisville has decided to discontinue ts branch in Owensboro The stock on hand together with all fixtures will be shipped to the Loulsvill home The reason lor discontinuing the business is the failing health of the manager C P Babbag Mr l Bab age has been in charge of the business since its establishment five years ago In fact the branch here was established at his suggestion The I trace has been entirely satufantoy and the company regrets that it la neces sary to withdraw Mr Baboage bas not fully decideed what business be will engage in but thinks it probable that he will go on the road for the company rIi Where Metal roe Not riant Metal docs not rust in Lake Titicaca South America A chain an anchor or any article of iron It thrown in this lake and allowed to remain for weeks or months Is as bright when taken up as when it came fresh from the foun dry I Still Looking He Five years ago when I saw her she was looking for a husband but hes married now She Yes and shes still looking for him especially at nights f Conprrntlrr Banker to the new cashierSay It ever you are seized with the desire to run off with the cash let me know Ill go with you Fllegende matter Wns in Poor llealh For Years Ira W Kelley ot Mansfield Pa writes I was in poor health for two years suffering from ktluey and bladder trouble and spent considerable money consulting physicans without obtaining any marked beneht hut was eured by Foleys Kidney Cure anti desire to add my testimony that It may be the cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes i SLId by AR lsberITropical SLtlei To northern eyes the Intense bril liancy of the tropical cud semitropical sky comes as a revelation Sometimes at noon It Is painfully dazzling but the evening Is a vision of prismatic light f holding carnival In the air wherein Miltons twlllpht gray has no part Unless the sky Iis hold In the relentless grip of a winter storm the orient holds no gray In Its evening tones those an translucent and glowing from the set ting of the sun until the stars appear In Greece we are dreamers In that sub tIe atmosphere and In Egypt vision aries under the spell of an ethereal t patterningtt tlaclnlpalm and feathery pepper tree t rleaves little wonder in the mind that the ornamentation of their architecture Is BO ravishing in Its tracery Cen t u ufury The Scented Court The scouted court was the name I i by which tho court of Louis XV was known throughout Europe on account r 1 of the rage for perfumes which then prevailed In France The expoudlture ot Mice de Pompadour for this one r branch of her toilet amounted to 100 000 annually It became the fashion for the host or hostess of a great en tertainment to signalize to their guests what particular perfume was to be employed for scenting their rooms on the night for which the invitations were issued and they were expected t use no other so that the delicate effect of a unity of odors might be produced At court n different perfume was pr IJlentedfor each day of the week 11 Care of the Eye 1fOnrising In the morning the eyes f should be bathed gently In cold water Twenty passes are said to bo decided k thenkvals of an hour or two for the s- traintot constant rending etc Is like that extending the arms at a certain ht immovably Imagine then the Ii taxing of the eyes which cannot complain save after years of Irreparable neglect When dust settles In the eyes warm water will soothe them of any Inflammation l xcli a u- geRheumatism la one of tho constitutional diseases it manifests Itself In local aches and palns Inflamed Joints and stiff muscles but It cannot be cured by local applications It requires constitutional treatment and the best Is a course of the great blood purl tying and tonic medicine Hoods Sarsaparilla ti bloodisystemtusual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known I1S Sarsatabs 100 doses 1 WILD WITHI I ITCHING HUMOR Eruption Broke Out in Spots All Over BodyCaused a Continual Itching for Two YearsDoctors Medicine Did no GoodCured at Expense of only 125 and Now THANKS CUTICURA FOR COMPLfTE CURE e f 1 Some time ago I wrote you for a book on the Cuticura Remedies and received it O K and went and bought the Soap Ointment and Pills They did me more good than any medicine I ever used Theycured me of nyskin disease and I am very thankful to you My trouble was eruption of the skin winch broke out in spot allover my body and caused a continual itchingwhich nearly drove me wild at times I got medicine of a doctor but it did not cure me and when I saw in a paper your adzI sent to you for the Cuticura book anti I studied my case in it I then went to the drug store and bought ono cake of Cuticura Soup one box of Cu ticura Ointment and one vial of Cuti cura Pills From the first application I received relief I used the first set and two extra cakes of Cuticura SoaPI- nnd was completely cured I hat suffered for two years and I again thank Cuticura for my cure If you wish you may publish this 1 our friend forever Claude N Johnson Maple Grove Farm R F D 2 Walnut Ivan June 15 100- 5ITCH ITCH ITCH SCRATCHI SCRATCH SCRATCHI This is the condition of thousands of skintor tured men women and children who may be instantly relieved and speedily cured by warn baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle applications of Cuticura Oint ment tho great Skin Cure and mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent Pills when physicians and all else fail Sold throughout the world Cuticura SooM lie OInl nmt Me IfriolvMit JSUc iln form ut Chocolate CMtel rWfc c prr VIIIl l of ooiay W hadof an druaiiu A JlBjJfc nt oho ruin r llruf Chtffl fl4 Solo 1rup Marto tlM ar i 1i1l7fetlldlwuttheSklaSttipfednalr Wfll tpboltered Iiirti it lire Wliou Ilinullso Corner organized its womans Hub It was determined that everything should be done In the most businesslike wt y MyI husband makes so much fun of aliens meetings said one of the youngest members lIe says women never remember to say Mrs President or speak of the chair or the secretarythat Is ho says they are liable to forget at anytime timid mention names Instead but I told him we shouldnt any of us Why as I told him we are so par ticular that when we had that extra meeting at Miss Lowdeus and it was so hot and Miss Hnusoui looked about baked In her now coat Miss Lowden feels so strongly that we mustnt ever run to careless ways of speech that she said Wouldnt it be wiser for the chair to remove Its coat though it is so awfully becoming to It And it really did sound It little queer till you thought It overYouths Companion Dont drag along with a dull bill ions heavy feeling You need a pill Use Dewitts Little Early Risers ihe famous little pills Do not sicken lr gripe but teaults are sure Sold ball druggists Too Itninr For n Wedding In Suttou u generation ago lived a man named Marsh lIe decided after due consideration to marry a young lady in an adjoining town The day was set preparations were made for the wedding timid the guests were as Eemblcd The appointed hour arrived and the bridegroom did not appear Another hour of waiting and still he tarried The young ladys father become Impatient Im going to hunt him up ho said A half hours drive brought him to the Marsh home Where Is Frank he demanded He went down cellar to pick over tome potatoes seeing Its so rainy was the response What do you mean by not coming to the wedding demanded the Irate prospective father lulaw of tho tardy bridegroomIt so hard I thought you wouldnt have the wedding Marsh replied but Ill fix up and ride back with you seeing everybodys there Boston Herald Ilncckcl Vlnltlntf Dnrivin When the carriage drew up before Darwins house with its ivy and shadowy elms the great scientist step ped out of the shade of the creeper covered porch to meet me He had a tall and venerable appearance with the broad shoulders of an Atlas that bore a world of thought a Jovelike forehead as we see In Goethe with a lofty and broad vault deeply furrowed by the plow of intellectual work Tho tender and friendly eyes were over shadowed by the great root of the prominent brows The gentle mouth was framed in a long silvery white beard Tho noble expression of the whole face the easy and soft voice the slow and careful pronunciation the natural and simple tenor of his conversation took my heart by storm in tho first hour that wo talked together just as his great work had taken my Intelligence by storm at tho first reading I seemed to have before me a venerable sago of ancient Greece a Socrates or an Aristotle Described by Haeckel BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and abroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column Fay Templeton the actress was married at Philadelphia to William Patterson of Plttsburg Major George V Menzies of Mount Vernon Ind was nominated for congress by the Democrats of tho First cougrcsslonl district of Indiana Western headquarters for tho con gressional campaign of tho Democrat wore opened in the Palmer House Chicago by Congressman James T Lloyd of Missouri William H Davis 29 a member of one of the best known families in Flint Mich was drowned in a mill race there The police believe he was pushed into tho water It is held by Attorney General Ellis that the repeal of Ohio inheritance tax law did not go into effect until April 10 and that up to that date es tates are subject to the tax Ten of Chicagos best union spell binders are to be sent into the Dan vine Ill district by tho American Federation of Labor in an effort to de feat Speaker Cannon for reelection to congress Lycurgus Winchester banker was thrown from his carriage at Balti more and killed I New York Democratic state committee voted to hold the next state convention at Buffalo Sept 25 T B Caldwell was named as receiver for the firm of Armstrong IIICo commission cotton brokers phis Tenn Liabilities are given M 65000II a Mich between striking trammers and nonunion miners employed by the Michigan copper mine Twentyfour hour bank opened for business In Chicago Tho work will be divided among three shifts of em ployes The bank includes both commercial and savings departments Fire at Virginia City Mont destroyed the Hlgbee Watkins saw mill 200000 feet of rough lumber 50000 feet of finished lumber tho mill bunkhouse bvMldlngs stables and t granary Loss 100000 I John D Hocefeller and wife reach ed Cleveland and were driven dlrecl to Forest Hill their suburban home James II Sage a nephew of the late Russell B Sage declares that the will of the deceased millionaire will be contested R J Mahoney a real estate broker of Seattle Wash is under arrest I charged with embezzling 35000 In I Chicago eight years ago At Buffalo N Y Montomery ft Brothers planing mill and box tao tory were partly destroyed by fire causing loss estimated at 170000 Lewis White brakeman was killed and a number of persons injured In the wreck of a Chicago Alton mixed train eastbound five miles east of Greenfield Ill Outbreak of cholera in the Philippines attributed to the unusual number of files in the Islands Grand vizier of Persia whoso ultra reactlonlsm made him very unpopu lar was dismissed He opposed tho granting of reforms Mrs Ferdinand Reese 112 the old est woman in Indiana died at La porte According to documents in her possession she was born in Yol gractlz Poland in 1794 Joseph McMann the aeronaut who fell at tho Salt Palace Salt Lake City owing to the failure of his para chute to work died at a hospital Me Manns home was near Des Moines IowaIn connection with the reports of possible contests of the will of Rus sell Sage a story was circulated to the effect that Mr Sage gave 10000 000 to his wife shortly before his deathSouthbound passenger train No 26 on the Panhandle branch of the Penn sylvania railroad collided at Colum bus Ind with a Madison accommo dation train and a number of persons were injured A cloudburst has devastated the Camerlno region of Italy The village of Castel St Angelo suffered most seriouslyLocusts aro devastating the neigh borhood of Debreczln Austria where crops on 60000 acres already have been consumed Captain Castelo of tho Spanish artil lery a son of General Castelo was wounded In a duel at Madrid with ArroyoThoAikln law Increasing the Dow tax from 350 to 1000 per year has put 2978 Ohio saloons out of business and at the same time has more than dou bled the revenue derived from the saloon tax- Lieutenant Clarence England navi gating officer of the United States cruiser Chattanooga was killed at Chefoo China by a bullot fired from engagedInAt Albereno Albemarle county Va GaykIllingChrlstus Gay shocking severely Mr Gay and two children and tore the building to pieces Except for a few small bequests to Sagele I 3 4 I I i CUt- it Outsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medi cine that will cure troubles except femaleII geons knife- That such a medicine exists however is proved by thousands of cures made by I WINEOF OFCARDUI I Cures Womb Disease It has saved the lives of many weak sick women and rescued oth ers from a lifetime of chronic sick ness It will cure you if you will onlyI give it a chance Try it Sold by all druggists and dealers Jin 5100 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTER 41 I wore a supporter for four years to keep up my womb writes Mrs S J Chrisman of MannsvilleNY My doctor said no medicine would help me After taking Cardul I gave up my sup porterand am now well MUTINEERS DEFEATED Loyal Members of Russian Cruisers Crew Land Their Prisoners LATTER HAD SEIZED VESSEL Russian Cruiser Asia Reported In the Hands of Revolutionists Martial Law Proclaimed at Constadt Where the Mutiny Has Been Checked Czar Still at Peterhoff St Petersburg Aug 3Grand Duke Nichols received a message I saying that the loyal portion of the crow of the cruiser Pamyat Azonva had made prisoners of the mutineers and turned them over to soldiers onshore The cruiser Pamyat Azova arrived In the roadsted at Royal in the possession of the loyall portion of her crew One hundred and fifty of the mutineers have been sent ashore and Imprisoned The loyal men gained the upper hand of the mutineers at sea When the ship came In here they asked for a detachment of troops to aid them In handing over the mutineers to the authorities Three officers whom the mutineers had placed in irons are aboard the vessel The remainder of the crew has been disarmed An agitator has been arrested The crew of the Russian cruiser Asia which was sent to Abo has hoisted the red flag The vessel has left In the direction of Sveaborg Although the mutinies at Cronstadt and Sveaborg have been put down by the authorities the out look is still black The revolutionists whose hands were suddenly forced by the premature rising at Sveaborg ap parently are undaunted at these Ini tial reverses and intend to persist in their program of calling a general strike on Saturday or Monday Ono of the leaders of the revolutionists boasted that the word had gone forth and that the fire of revolt would spread to the corners of the empire His closing words were Now watck Reval Riga and Libau STORY OF REVOLT Conspirator Aimed to Seize Three Great Sea Fortresses Helslngfors Aug 1 A gigantic military conspiracy aiming at the simultaneous capture of Russia three great sea fortresses Cronstadt Sebastopol and Sveaborg and ar ranged by the revolutionary military league was prematurely sprung here Monday night by an attempt to arrest members of a company of sappers who had mutinied on account of the death of one of their comrades al 1 leged to have been due to Illtreat ment The garrison of fortress atISveaborg named instantly into rovolLI All the artillerymen and sappers were Involved Only four companies of In fantry remained loyal The muti neers seized 40 machine guns and practically all the qulckflrers and- o light artillery in the fortress but even with this aid they were unable to hold the main fort against the loyal infantry The fighting continued all night The heaviest firing was heard from 10 oclock In the evening until 1 In the morning Tuesday morning a detachment of civilian revolutionaries seized the ma rine barracks on Skatudden Island hoisted the red flag and were joined by all the marines Nine cruisers torpedo boats and destroyers lying lathe harbor opened fire on the bar racks This fire was answered from tho thirdstory windows of the bar racks with machine guns and rifles The torpedo boats and destroyers which were lying closer to the shore were subjected to such a hot fire from the barracks that their crews were i The Bank of Hardinsburg- and TrustCompanyCAPITAL 50000 00 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green Q Vic Robertson BF BeardN Dr A N 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 NN NNN N ON41N41 NN4ONNN NNN NNN- I J sIessNss s slNW II DOWMER President A B KIMMAX Cashier K L LiomrooT VIcuPresldcnt Cius eKiLLJUJJAsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every wny and protected by the very latest equipmentii Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited usemeemsi aaa wsesaottnw4its rse- C J PssWNefFirst State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden- B H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits I THEl i I Fifth Avenue j HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr FiguresOn I OnFarms fromC If you could sell your for 100 and buy it back tomorrow 10ofav an acre YenYouIf buy the 100 somewhere In the is just gooder toYthin shouldnt Bo you more copies our und Oklahomaa books They are treethreI HILTON General Passenger Agent Bldg SI Louis Mo sbIdriven below neCKS Iney nnauy steamed out and joined in the bombardment the cruisers This attack was In at tacks by Cossacks and infantry the land side bean at a and continued through the Finally towards evening the firing ceasedand the authorities announced the barracks hod been captured Another Mutiny St Petersburg Aug 1When became known in Deshlagar In the Caucasus that tho lower house of parliament had been dissolved the entire garrison mutinied The sol diers killed their commander and eight officers took the local ad ministration into their own hands Infernal Machine Moscow Aug 3An unsuccessful attempt was made to blow up police headquarters building It was frustrated by clicking of the Infernal machine which had been hidden in laundry basket Russian Flotilla Mutinies Vlborg Aug 2lt Is reported hero that the Russian flotilla stationed at Hango Finland has mutinied impris the and sailed to the assistance of the mutineers at Svea borg Got Seven Years Bristol Tenn Aug 3John Caldwell former treasurer of In mun Va operations of the Virginia Iron Coke company who was arrested few months ago charged having stolen upward of 115000 from the company has been sentenced by the circuit court at Wise Va to seven years in the penl tentlar Caldwell pleaded guilty and throw himself on the mercy of the court Soon after his arrest he reI- mbursed the company Subscribe for tho News 4 n ITbe most centrally located and only = firstclass hotel In the city making aii 1200 rate n Only one block tram the principal shopping district and two blocks the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parta 0 ot cltv- EverythlDI 10 neat andclean h 0- I t farmtoday L- an acre for aft you can land for 110 T else proposition as t Why you do 1t1 It wish to Know about It write for of Texas nati A 951 Frisco with sea cooperation with from which 9 m day that it and the ned officers B the Coal n with the egii THE MARKETS BtD CHICAGO Cattle Common to primesm steers U 256 25 cows S2 7804 SO an heifers JS 76B 25 bulls 2 6004 25 erta stockers and feeders n 25 Thand16 007 75 yearlings 15 008 00 Calves peal 6 0007 00 Holts Choice to priment I heavy JS 406 CO medium to good heavy 1C 206 35 butcher weights II 85 iota 6 55 good to choice heavy mixed If 26 when 6 35 packing J5 7508 30 Wheat PleNo 2 red 7JK071 4c Corn No 2 BfcV 51c r ccII EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good T th d choice export IS lSa 15 shlppingsteersChs11 705 00 butchers SO heifers 3 1B4 40j fat cows IS 1503 90 result bulls 12 653 90 milkers and sprlngeri Noi 125 00060 00 Sheep and LambsYear lings 8 008 75 wethers 5 5091 b =mixed 5 OOII 50 ewes 14 7695 00 spring lambr 16 007 75 18 75l 25 Hogs HeaviesCalvesBlatII I diums and Yorkers 18 8506 90 pigs Ii 9007 00 roughs 15 0006 00 stags 14 005 00- PITT8BUBQ Cattle Choice 15 75 tf 00 prime IS 5005 70 tidy butchers 14 8005 10 heifers Z 5004 60 sows bulls and tins U 0004 00 fresh cows lIt1f 25 0045 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers IS 5005 65 good mixed 5 20 6 40 lambs 15 007 50 Calves Veal 1C 0007 fO Hogs Heavy hogs l 60 6 70 mediums and heavy Yorkers f 80 06 90 light Yorkers and pigs 18 909 7 00Uyo CLEVELAND Cattle Chore steers flate15 005 50 heifers 14 0004 60 fat cows andTspringers 3wrmdglslines write- Lambs Spring lambs 17 BO yearOollons lings 5 2605 50 wethers 6 OOII 25erar fa mixed sheep 14 5006 50 ewes UIIO tainted 4 75 Calves 18 75 down Hogs York stipatie ers and pigs 16 706 75 medium heavyearly6 65 stags U 254 76 roughs 5 6 leekT 580 If a tu BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylvt4 patios nla XX and above S4035c X 31120Be sure tewashedte I 012ScKentucky and Indiana combing H bloodI aiarsz WDhidCINCINNATIWheat j elnb673cremLard3pollsnoenie0750ITOLEDO Wheat Iccom SQ J 1 oats 32c 7 66Uo cloverseed 17 ls1 A I E 4 v j4 n 7r i l 1 i s T P up yonder track twp and rough ns It I I III think that ye might gala the valley be yond Then on to the prince and tell him how we tare But my fair lord how fan we hope to reach the horses asked Norbury Ye cannot go round to them for tine would be upon ye ere ye could could come to them Think ye that ye have henrt enough to clamber down this dUn Uad we but a rope There li one here It la but one hun Bred feet long and for the rest yc mUllt trust to God and to your lingers Can you try It Alleyne 1 With all my heart my dear lord but how con I leave you In such a strait Nay It la to serve mo that ye KO And you Norbury The silent squire said nothing but he took up the rope and having examine It be tied one end firmly round n projoc lug rock Then be cast off lilt brean plate thigh pieces and prrnves while AI leyne followed his example Tell Chandos or Calvcrlcy or Knolle j P should the prince have gone forward rled Sir Nigel Now may Oodspeed yc for ye are brave and worthy men it woe Indeed a task which might mnke the heart of the bravest sink within bin The thin cord dangling down the fllce of the brown cliff seemed from nlxivc Ito k 1nnlh little more than halfway down IIt- Beyond strHrhrd the rugged rock wet nnd r shining with n green tuft here and there J j thrusting out from It but little sign iot- j I ridge or foothold Far below the Jagg i points of the boulders bristled up dnrk and menacing Norbury tugged thrice t with all his strength upon the cord nnd then lowered himself over the edge while t a hundred anxious faces peered over at i jhim as he slowly clambered downwards I to lIthe end of the rope Twice he stretehc his foot and twice he failed to reneh the point at which he aimed but even nR he swung himself for a third effort a tono from a sling buzzed like a wasp froi amid the rocks and struck him full upon the side of his head His grapp relaxn his feet slipped and In an Instant be wal a crushed and mangled corpse upon the sharp ridges beneath him If I have no better fortune said AI leyne lending Sir Nigel aside I pnlY you my dear lord that you will give my humble service to the Lady Maude and sa to her that I was ever her true scrvat and most unworthy cavalier III The old knight said no word but he put a hand on either shoulder and kissed his squire with the tears shining In his ryes r Alleyne sprang to the rope mid plljln swiftly down soon found himself at Itll extremity From above It seemed nil lf I though rope nail cliff were wellnigh touch lug but now when swinging hundred CClt down the squire found that he could scare reach the face of the rook with his foot and that It was aa smooth as glass with uo restingplace where n mouse ootil stand Some three feet lower however his eye lit upon a lung Jugged crack whlel slanted downwards nod this ho must rend If he would save not only his own poo life but that of the eightscore men above him Yet It were madness to spring fo that narrow silt with nought but the wet smooth rock to cling to lIe swung for a moment full of thought and even as h hung there another of the hellish stone f l sang through his curls and struck a dip j t ttrom the face of the cliff Up ho rlomh- eretlfa the loose end afteI few feet drew up cnslung Ida belt held on with knei r with ell ow while hi spliced the long i leathern belt In the end of the cord then lowering himself as far as he coult go he swung backwards and forwards un I til his hniid reached the creek thou hi left the rope and clung to the face of the cliff Another stone struck him on the hrrnkhiptJ stick with a keen stabbing pain which shot through his chest Yet It was no time now to think of pain or ache There was his lord and his eightscore comrades mid they be plucked from the Jaws of denth On tltlIIIUSt with his hand shuffling down long sloping crack xonicUmis bearing r til his Weight upon his urine ut others I finding some small shelf er tuft on which I to rest his foot Would he never pass over that fifty feet He lured not look down and could but grope slowly onwards his face to the cliff his fingers clutching his feet scraping and feeling for n support ii Every vein and crack and mottling of that face of rock remained forever stamped upon his memory At last however his f foot came upon a broad restingplace and r he ventured to cast a glance downwards Thank Godl he hind reached the highest of those fatal pinnacles upon which his Ti I comrade had fallen Quickly now he shrank from rock to rock until his feet he had nls handwere on the ground and stretched out for the horses rein when a slingstone struck him on the head and he dropped senseless upon the ground An evil blow It was for Alleyne but n 1worse one still for him who struck It The Spanish sllnger seeing the youth lie slain and Judging from hIs dress that he i was no common man rushed forward to plunder him knowing well that the bowmen I i shove him had expended their last r shaft lie was still three paces however from his victims side when John upon the cliff above plucked up a huge boulder and poising It for an Instant dropped It 41 with fatal film upon the sllnger beneath him It stuck upon his shoulder nod hurled him crushing nml screaming In the ground while Alleyne recalled to his r senses by these shrill cries In mils very ear staggered on to his feet and gazed wlldly about him Ills eyes fell upon the horses grazing upon the scanty pasture and In an Instant all hind come hark to himlda mission his comrades the need for haste lie was dizzy sick faint but tarryrfor his life meant ninny lives In an Instant he was In his saddle nail I y f sprig down the valley Loud rang the swift chargers hoofs over rock nnd reefff while the fire flew from the stroke of Iron and the loose stones showered up behind p hIm But his head was whirling round i the blood was gushing from his brow his temple his mouth Ever keener and sharper was the deadly pain which shot like redhot arrow through his Ride He felt that his eye was glazing his senses i slipping from him his grasp upon the reins relaxing Then with one mighty effort be 11 called up all his strength for a single minute Stooping down ho loosened the stirrupstraps bound his knees tightly to his saddle flaps twisted his hands In thee bridle and then putting the gallant horses head for the mountain path he unshed the spurs In and fell forward faint lug with his face burled In the coarse T w black mane Little could he ever remember of that wild ride Half conscious but ever with I the one thought beating In his mind he i goaded the horse onwards rushing swift Ily down steep ravines over huge boulders along the edges of black abysses Dim rmemories he had of beetling cliffs of ace rf i group of huts with wondering faces at the Ir doors of foaming clattering water and of a bristle of mountain beeches Once pro he had ridden far he heard behind hIm three deep sullen shouts which told him that his comrades had set their faces to the foe once more Then all was blank until he woke to find kindly blue English eyes peering down upon him and to hear t the blessed sound of his countrys speech They were but a foraging partya hun tired archers and as many men atarms hut their leader was Sir Hugh Calverley r and he was not a man to bide Idle when good blows were to be bad not three leagues from him A scout was scut fly a lag with a message to the camp and Sir It Hugh with his two hundred men thun r dered off to the rescue With them went s Alleyne still bound to his saddle still tr dripping with blood and swooning and 1 recovering and swooning once again On they rode and on until at last topping a ridge they looked down pon the fate ful valley Alas and alasl for the sight that met their eyes There beneath them was the blood I bathed hill and from the highest pinnacle there taunted ttte yellow and white ban ker with the lions and the topers of the AMrat royal house of Castile Up the long slope rushed ranks and ranks of menexultant shouting with waving pennons and bran dished arms Over the whole summit were dense throngs of knights with no enemy that could be seen to face them save only that at one corner of the plateau an eddy and swirl amid the crowded mass seemed to show that all resistance was not yet at an end At the sight n deep groan of rage and of despair went up from the baffled rescuers and spurring on their horses they clattered down the lung and winding path which led to the valley beneath But they were too lute to avenge as they had been too late to save Lung ere they could gain the level ground the Spaniards seeing them riding swiftly amid the rocks and being Ignorant of their numbers drew off from the ruptured hill and having secured their few prls oners rode slowly In n long column with drumbcntlng and cymbalclashing out of the valley Their rear ranks were already passing out of sight ore the new comers were urging their panting foam Ing horses up the slope which lied been the scene of that longdrawn anti bloody fightAnd n fearsome night It was that met their eyes Across the lower end lay the dense heap of men nnd horses where the first arrowstorm hind burst Above the bodies of the dead and the dying French Spanish and Aragoncse lay thick nod thicker until they covered the wild ground two and three deep In one dreadful tangle of slaughter Above them lay tho Englishmen In their lines even as they had stood and higher yet upon the plntcau a wild medley of the dead of nil nations where the last deadly grapple hail left them In the further corner under the shadow of a great rock there crouched seven bowmen with great John In the cen tre of themall wounded weary and In sorry case but still unconquered with their bloodstained weapons waving and their voices ringing a welcome to their countrymen Alleyne rode across to John while Sir Hugh Calverley followed close behind him By Saint George cried Sir Hugh I have never seen signs of so stern n fight and I am right glad that we have been In time to save you You have saved more than us sold John pointing to the banner which leaned against the rock behind him You have done nobly cruel the old free companion gazing with a soldiers admiration at the huge frame nnd bold fnce of the archer lint why Is It my good fellow that you sit upon this man By the rood I hind forgot hint John answered rising anti dragging from under him no less a person than the Spanish Caballero Don Diego Alvarez This man my fair lord means to me a new house ten cows one hullIC It be but n little onla grindstone and I know not what besides so that I thought It well to sit upon him lest he should take n fancy to leave me Tell me John cried Alleyne faintly where Is my dear lord Sir Nigel Lor Ing He IsI dead I fear I sow them throw his body across n horse and ride away hL it r fasr thn Ilfe hnt cnnn from rdpttil rviJGIf mffl J1tJ BELOW UKKAT AUMY Now woe worth me And where If Aylivnrd He sprang upon a riderless horse and rode after Sir Nigel to save him I saw them throng around him and he Is either taken or slain Dhow the bugles cried Sir Hugh with a scowling brow Ve must buck to camp and ere three days I trust that we may see these Spaniards again I would faun have yc In my companyWe the White Company my fair John Nny the AVhlto Company Is hero dis banded answered Sir Hugh solemnly looking round him at the lines of silent figures Look to the brave squire for I fear be will newer see the sun rise again XVIII It was n bright morning four months after that fatal fight In the Spanish liar ranca The sun wns yet low In the heaven and the red rows stood In the long shadow of the elms chewing the cud nnd gazing with gront vacant ryes at two horsemen who were spurring It down the long white road which dipped nnd curved away back to where the towers nnd pin nacles beneath the fiattopped hilt marked the old town of Winchester- Of the riders one was young graceful and fair clad In plain doublet anti hosen of blue Brussels cloth which served to show his active and wellknit figure He rode with lips compressed and anxious face as one who has much cure upon his mind Young ns be wns and peaceful as was his dress the dainty golden spurs which twinkled upon his heels proclaimed his knighthood while a long seam upon his brow and a scar upon Ills temple gave a manly grace to bis refined anti delicate countenance Ills comrade was a largo redheaded man upon n great block horse with a huge canvas hag slung from his Ills broad brown face was lighted by a smile and ho looked slowly from side to slit with eyes which twinkled nnd shone with delight Well might rejoice for was he not hack In his native Hampshire bad he not Don Diegos five thousand crowns rasping against his knee and above all was be not himself squire now to Sir Alleyne the young Socmnii of Min stead lately knighted by the sword of the Black Prince himself and esteemed by the whole army as one of the most ris ing of the soldiers of England For the last stand of the Company had been told throughout Christendom where ever a bravo deed of arms was loved and honors had flowed In upon the few who bad survived It For two months Alleyne had wayered betwixt death nrd life with- yJ I n ft 1t I a broken rib and a shattered head yet youth and strength rind a cleanly lit were all npon his side and he awol from his long delirium to find that the wt was over that the Spaniards and the allies hail been erushed at Navarettr and that the prince had himself heard tbl tnle of his rude for succor and had corn In person to his bedside to touch his shoulder with hut sword and to Insure that Sl brave and true n ran should die If hi could not live within the order of chlval ry The Instant that be could set foot tI ground Alleyne had started In search 01 Ills lord but no word could lie hear 01i him dead or alive mid he had conic horn now sadhearted In the hope of rnlsln money upon his estates nnd so startle upon his quest once more Landing al London he had hurried on with a mine full of cure for be hnd heard no wor from Hampshire since the short note which hail announced his brothers death By the rood cried John lookln around him exultantly where have WI seen we left such noble cows such fleecy sheep grass so green or a mini 11 drunk as yonder rogue who lies In the gal of the hedge Ah John Alleyne answered wenrlly It Is well for you but I never though that my homecoming would be so sad flue My heart IIs heavy for miry mica lord anti for Aylwnrd nod I know nol how I nay break tho news to till Lad Mary and to time Lndy Maude If the have not yet hnd tidings of It John gave u groan which made thl horses shy It Is Indeed n hlnrk final lies said be But he oat sad for shall give half those crown to my nit mother anti half will I add to tho mono which you may have and so we shall bu that yellow cog wherein we stilled tUordcnux and In It we shall go forth mind sock Sir Nigel Alloyne smiled but shook lila head Were he alive we should have hnd won of him ere now Laid he limit what Ih this town before us Why It Is Itomsoy cried1 John See the tower of the old gray church nod the long stretch of the nunnery Fro All111 I could answer there swung round the curve of thin road n ladys cnr ridge drawn by tbroo horsm nlinant with n postilion upon thin outer one Wlthli there sat a stout and elderly lady In c pink coteliardlo loaning hack among r 11110 of ciisblonM None could seem mon safe and secure nnd at her ease thai this lady and yet here also was a sync hol of human life for III an Instant even ns Alloyne rrlind nsldo to lot tin carriage pass a whnl How out from Huong Its follows nod1 over It topple with time horses plunging the host iilot shimming and the lady streaming frnn within In nn Instant Alloyuo and Join were on foot nod had llfUd her forth al Jr a 9otJln S f jI1Jll jr LAY THE SPANISH nil lordsold CIIAPTKlt saddlebow continual John Edrlckson since In n shake with fenr but little the worn for her mischance I trust that you have tuktii no hurt lilY fair lady snld Alloyne Nay I have hind no scnth but I ar much beholden to you gentle sirs Sol filers ye are MS one mny rondlly see I nm myself n soldiers daughter she ad tied and my heart over goes out to a bravo moan We are Indeed fresh from Spain quoth Alleyne From Spain any you Ah It was an III anti sorry thing lint so mutiny shouli throw away the Ryes thnt Heaven guv thrum In sooth It Is ball for those wh tall lot worst for those who bide lie hind I hnvo hot now bid fiirowell to omit who hath lost nil In this cruel war And how that lady She Is n young dnmsel of those purls nnd she eell now Into a nunnery Alark It Is not n your since she was the fnlros mall from Avon to Itchon amid now IIt was more than I could abide to wait lit llomsey Nunnery to see her put the white veil upon her fnoo for she was mndo for ja wife and not for the cloister Did you over gentle sir hear of a hotly of met called Tine White Company over you drSurely socrlcd both the comrades tier father was the leader of It and her lover served under him as squire News hath come that not one of the Corn pany was left alive and so poor lamb she hath Lady cried Alleyne with catch- Ing breath Is It the Lady Maude Lor lug of whom you speak It Is In sooth MaudeI Anti In a nunnery Die then the thought of her fathers dcntl so move her Her father cruel the lady smiling Nay Maude Is a good daughter lint 11 think It was this young goldenhaired squire of whom I have heard who imam mndo her turn her hack upon the world And I stand talking here cried Al leyno wildly Come John come Rushing to his horse he swung him self Into the saddle nnd was off down the toad In a rolling cloud of dust as foal as hU good steed could tent him Great bad been the rejoicing amid the Rorascy nuns when the Lady Maude Lor Ing had craved admission Into their order for was she not sole child nnd hclrest of the old knight with farms and fiefs which she could bring to the great nunn nery Long and earnest had been the talks of the gaunt lady abbess In whIch she bad conjured the young novice tc turn forever from the world and to rest her bruised heart under the broad and peaceful shelter of tho church And now when tip was settled nod when abbess h t and lady superior had had their will It was but fitting that some pomp and show I should mark tho glad occasion But alas for plots and plans when love and youth and nature and above all Cer tune mire arniyed1 against them Who II this travel etuined youth who dares I r to ride so madly through time lines of stark burghers Why does he fling himself II from his horse null stare KO strange about him See how he has ruslu through the Incensebearers thrust ollde I laysister Agatha scattered the twoam t twenty damosolx who sung no sweetly and he stands before the novice with Itls bands outstretched and his fan obis hag and the light of love In his gray oyo Her foot Is on the very lintel of thl church timid yet he bars the wuy and sill she thinks no moro of the wise words nlld holy role of the Indj abbess but she hath given n sobbing cry nail path tallen droollogbreast A sorry sight this for the gamin nbbosH an III lesson too for the stalnlci tnnghlustBut Maude and Alleyne eared little for tillA dank cold nlr conies out from the hiliek arch before thorn Without the slln shines bright nnd the birds arc slngln mild the Ivy on the drooping beochci nWllyhRlullnhalllldarkness anti their faces to the light Very quirt WitS the wedding In the old priory church nt Chrlstchuroh where Father Christopher road the service and there wore few to sir save Lady Lorln and John amid n down bowmen from the castle The Lady of Twynbnm had dram ed and ipined fur weary months so thnt hor face wall harsher and loss comely thin before yet she still hoped on for her IIml hind come through so many dangers tllllt sho could soaroo bollove that he mist bo stricken down at Inst It hnd boon her wish to start for Spain anti to sontfh Cor him hurt Alleyne persuaded IlIr to lot him go In her place There was much to look after now that the land of Mlnstosd were Joined to those of Twyn hnm and Alloyno hail promised her thnt I1If she would but hide with his wIfe III would near come Peek to Hnmpslilr agnar until bo hind gnlnod sonic news gout or 111 of her lord and lower Tho yellow cog hindI boon engaged with Goodwin Jluwtayne In command and n month niter the wedding Alluyne rede down to llucklor hard to son If slit bOIl some round yet from Southampton 011 the way ho passed the asking village of lifts Deep and marked list n llttl10 tvj IT or brig WIIS tackling off the land ti though about to Hiirlxir there Oi MM way buck as ho rode toward the vll rattm lie sow that she had Indeed anchored ni that mnny bouts were round her ii Iiinn cnrifu to the charV toitvNliiit from Iltts Deep there wns IMII a little back from the rood vorj liftfi and wlilospread with n great greet bnii liming uMtii a purr from 0110 of time uppo winlows At this window ho marked its he rode up that a tiisn was seated1 wh appeared to be craning his nock In liis lircctlon Alloyno wan still looking up to him when a WOUIUH came rut inn from the ripen door of time Inn nail mdi as tlimuli xlie would cllnili a troo lonlln hark nf while with a laughing Tie Wondering what these doings might moan AlloyneI tied his horse and WAS walking nmld the trees toward the Inn when this shot from thin entrance a we ond wIIn who made al o for the ti Close it her heels canto A burly brown faced 111111 who1 leaned ii go lust the llIlOr post and liiugliodI I loudly with his hand to his side Ah mn belles he cried toad Is It thus you treat me Ah ma peltes II swear by thoso flngerbono that I would not hurt A hair of your prey ty bonds limit I hove boon among the lilnok paynlm nod by my hilt It does mo good to look at your English cheeks Pome drink a stoup of muscadine with me times ongtti for my heart Is warm tc lie among ye again t the sight of the man Alloyne bail iCl staring but at the sound of his voice such a thrill of Joy bubbled up In liH heart that he had to bite his lips tr licp himself from shouting outright Out n di por pleasure yet wnH In store KVOII l WIII1nI1 fllllliItdown the road though my eyes could srnro discern whether ho oHrrled oa I nrmor I pray yon lo wait upon him and toil hIm lint n very humid knight of Eec laud ntildoM here so that If ho bo In noe l nwlIIpellI mny help him to aiiiiniplMi I Aylwnrd it at this order runt forwirtl nmll the trees and In sn Instant the tm turn wore clinging In each others ntin lauehlng and shouting and pit iIlug Inch other In their delight while Sir Nluol tot running with his sword under the inipresslon thnt some blrkerliiR IIHI iirok on out only to embrace and he t inl rori d himself until all three worn hoarw with their questions ail oulorlo nid mHiiern In latlona On their journey homo through tilt woods Alloyne learnt their wondrous story how when Sir Nigel mine to bra snsaet- he with his fcllowoaptlvo had been hur ried to the ronst and convoyed liy sue to their captors castle how upon the way they had been takru by a Ilarbnry rover and how they exchanged their Ilglit cap tivity for n soot on n galley lioticli and hard labor at the pirates oars how In the port nt BnrlHiry Sir Nigel hail slnln time Moorish captain antI had swum with Ayl ward to a small roaster whisk thy hind taken and so made their way to England with a rich cargo to reward them for their tolls All this Alloyno listened to untilI the dark keep of Twynhnm towered nliovo them In time gloaming anti they situ time rod sun lying athwart the rippling Avon No nerd to sprnk of the glad hearts nt Twynhnm Cnntlo tint night nor of tier rich offerings from tint that Moorish cargo which found their way to the ohnpol of Father Christopher Sir Nigel luring Ihd for many years full of honor anti laden with every bless hog Ho rode no more to tilt wnrs but he found his way to every Jousting within thirty miles nail the Hampshire youth treasured It ns the highest honor when n word of praise fell from him nil to their management of tbelr horses or their bronklng of heir Inncos So ho livedI anti BO ho thou the most revered anti the hap piest man In all his nntlve shire For Sir Alleyne Edrlcson and for his beautiful brldo the future hail also naught hut what s good Twice bo fought In Franco and camo hack each time laden with honors A high place at court was given to him anti he sport many years nt Windsor under the second Ulehard anti the fourth Henry whore ho received the honor otitlie Garter and won the name of being n brave soldier a truehearted gen tleman nail a great lover and patron of every art nod science which refines or en nobles life As to John he tonic unto himself a vII lace nmld and settled In Lyndhurst where his five thousand crowns made him the richest franklin for many miles around For many years ho drank his nit every night nt the Plod Merlin which was now kept by his friend Aylwnrd who had Reddod the good widow to whom he hnd committed Ids plunder The strong men amid the bowmen of till country round used to drop In there of nn evening to wrestle a fall with John or to shoot around with Aylward tint though a silver shilling was to he the prize of the victory- It has never been reported that any roan earned much money In that fashion So they lived these men In their own lusty necry fashion rude and rough lint lion Ist kindly and true Let us thank God If we nave outgrown their vices Let us pray to God that we may ever hold their vIrtues THE ENDI h COOL GARMENTS FOR COMFORT The Shirtwaist the LeaderWhite the Coolest Color Bertha Browning The month of August means a good many warm days and those who stay at home as well as the more fortunate Individuals who enjoy the coolness of some resort need cool apparel It has always been true everywhere that white proved much loss warm beneath a scorching sun than a darker tone and the American woman has adopted it as her summer wardrobe this year Everything which can be of white will be found much cooler and pleasanter to look upon than other colors and this means every article of dress It Is a scientific fact that white Is the coolest as black is the warmest color The fashion makers have supplied womankind with real summer tress this year No more hot collars and fitted waists for summer wear but in stead neck wear of sheerest lace or material and loose eomfortabie looking blouses suitable for all ages The shirt waist Is the real monarch of the field for general wear and this takes a very wide variety of forms from the drossy and fussy waist elaborately embroidered and inset with lace to tho real negligee shirt with its low collar and halfsleeves The latter is a new comer this season nnd is favored by the girl who enjoys any sort of outof door sport It Is made of madras lin en lawn and silk and prettily trimmed with fiat collar ruffs and tie of the same or a contrasting color Beside these shirts there are very attractive little white flannel suits which may be worn on any outing for tennis or driving which consist of shirt waist and skirt in simple de sign White appears in everything with black as a smart contrast Black is promised a great prominence in tho early fall but it seems to have antler pated Its popularity to such an extent that It is gracing all smart costumes When a suit is of white the hat anti gloves are of black as well as the fool gear Numerous black and white mal inette ruches and boas are being worn and look especially well on women not too young COOL AND DAINTY NEGLIGEES Many very attractive negligees for house wear are quite simple to make and require but a small outlay to re alize These are of lawn and dimity which como In the most attractive de- sIgns One pretty pattern slips on over the head It has a square yoke cut out In square neck and the lower portion hangs in full folds from the yoke The sleeves are of elbow length and these too hang free from any band at the lower edge The advantages of this are that It ran be slipped on at a seconds notice and no buttons remain to be fastened when It Is once on Then too It IB immensely becoming to any wearer The sack ends at the hip line Others are of the loose flowing variety edged down the front and about the neck and sleeves with soft filmy runes These are of white lawn and Swiss Dotted Swiss makes up into very attractive negligees as well as blouses for nice wear PATTERNS CORSET COVER AND PETTICOAT IN ONE Designed by KERTHA BRowrunc In thi day of perfectly fitted garments the inbendsattractlYfIncoverisnarrowbandInterceptedeasy fullness over the bust while the tuck JlrdlojllininI doses bedaintilycover A fine quality of nainsook or long cloth will Jive best service while lawn or muslin alnoH0109 Sizoc 32 to 46 inches butt measure PALISADK PATKERNCO 17 Battery Itew New York City fnr 10 Cents enclosed please send pattern Nn 0400 to the following addreo sIZli NAME i AUDKBS8 CITY aadSiTATH I 11 4 u= QL rrSE verrrtEJ CO PANyZ- Lx A Concn Coyl THE STUDY IN SCARLET and THE SIGN OF THE FOUR The Last Opportunity to Secure this Coupon Offer What Does This Mean J Ja sio If these puzzling J things roughlyxdisplayed in- 1resb Blood v upon the wall of a house where a great crime had been committed stared you in the face could you explain their meaning Such was the problem which SHERLOCK HOLMIS had to solve in his first chruuic1cdadventure u The Study in Scarlet A book which made CONAN DOYIK the 11 rat of detective writers in the world In Holmes next adventure he va I confronted by the cabalistic inlatje 1aIipdFd inu The Sign of the Four tt Those two the first and heat of the Sherlock Holnu novel tOO pages of rcad ing bound elegantly in n single big volume in illuminated cloth board iHarpcr Bros regular tlf0 linen imperial edition sent postpaid with this coupon 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 A hatiilHoinc copper iiliotocimravurc of FREE WITH THIS BOOK Sherlock HolincM printed on hcuvlcct s enameled paper amt table for framing Bo sure and use this Coupon sending CO cents In Stamps Coin or Money Orders wwr IIARPER ft DUOS Frauklln Square X Y City Namen uu n V fStreet oerauuuuaa Stafe V V y II V f IfIrtlMf 1 I CANDIDATER That Candidate is Senator James B McCreary nville Ky Aug 2Senator 69 B llcUreary arrived in Dane at 11 oclock and after dinner at Giluher house was escorted to the r grounds bv a committee compos of Major E W Lillard Captlan Vernon Kichardton Mayor Henry I flfolgHon Robert Hardlns Hon loftult Hnghoy Judge Cbarles Kin I Jndge Reed Nichols and Editor Owen McIntyre At the entrance he ground the party was met th a military band which led the jceealon to the grounds where the Sage of Madisun was greeted with lousing applause which fairly shook commodious amphitheater The occasion will be a memorable y for appreciation of the services of nat r MoCrearys services He was traduced bv Robert Harding The mtor paid a high tribute to W J yan and asserted that be will bt the zt president He spoke of the reo rm wave and of machine smashing voSrlona portions ot the country At the conclusion of Senator Mc eays speech W H Gentry as lied for He said that Danville and yle county had but one candidate ad that candidate was Senator James McCreary Was Wasting Away a I had been troubled with kidney sease for the last five years writes Obert R Watts of Salem 110II I at flesh and never felt well and doct ed with laeding physicians and tried 11 remedies suggested without relief inally I tied Folnys Kidney Cure td less than two bottles completely red me and I am now sound and ell During the summer kidney regularities are often caused by jcc686ive dinking or being overheated attend to the kidneys at once by us ng Foleys Kidney Cure o SundaySchool Superintendents Dear Editor Through columns of our paper we wish to cal the atten ion of all Sunday School Superinten dents in Breckenridge county to a few hinge which we want them to attend o immediately First is the Annual State Conven oiri which IB to be held Aug 21 22 g at beautiful Clyffeside Park mid vay between Ashland and Cattlesburg Atl railroads will give reduced rates lad all delegates tree entertainment a expense will not oe so great Every school is entitled to a delegate ana those enrolling morethan one hundred are entitled to two Let every Superintendent feel it is not only a privilege out a duty to have their school represented at Lou vention And when selecting a dele gate select some one that is interested in work the Superintendent or teach er so they shall be able to bring back to school some of the many good things they hoar tnere Beside the workers of this state the association has secured the services ot three well equipped men the best the nation affords This trip will be a delightful ones business and pleasure ate combin Bd For you pass through Blue grass region and through some real moon Uin terlCbry Send names of all delegates to Miss Nan E Dyddan Webster Ky so en ertainment can be secured Then another matter we wish to peak of the county officers can do i bat little without cooperation of Dill 1lot officers and Superintendents So When we write you for information please feel it necessary to answer JX answer us soon as you can secure o the desired information for all this is Christs work and what may be the result of delay in doing it Now wa hopeSunday Scnool workers Harts Just the Right f Bowel Laxative tilde Sure =Pleasant to Takej Tried and True Gennlie Natures Remedy tor If you do not have free easy and regolai ttoremeU of tbe bowels you lack tbe prime and a ant esMntlal of good health There morn s harm done than mere uncomfortableneis aluf tdriglahnese and billows ecu retention of food aali4S8r1tbe blooda tcareatrer Instead 5 of a fountain of purest life and un tainted vitality The UU of con d tlpatlon are not trifling but 50with y aeariyaiways vital Lax Is aresignificance fraugbl Seek your relief In Nature I Accept the a pnUeZlAtural aid of tax ui doofnI o medlFetnesll Id slraysseeure4lfyouu take lAteu Tutornule li oaererTbo bow It to your tam metalStI re meals or on retiring always brings relief easing to take tbe most potent yet gentle of- aamW4eeA genuine help of Naturese f i we KJMt4re vhlea curse coastlpatloo Rev an MI and for sale ky j I SEVERS DRUG CO 1 1 i rq in county shall help us to secure good delegation to Ashland- T B Henderson Pres Miss Nan E Lyddan tier Important NotlceR41144 lis sold under a positive guarantee by A R Fisher cure chicken cholera Ron and Hinberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Ice Trust at Memphis Memphis Tenn Aug 3J W Ml bar a retail ice dealer has asked the chancery court for a mandatory order requiring four ice companies doing business in Memphis to sell him ice He charges that the companies have unlawfully entered Into an agreement as to prices Mr Minor says that the four companies refused to sell him lee Answers to the petition denying an unlawful agreement were filed Further hearing was postponed until Friday TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine Tablets Druggists refund money If it falls to curo E W 0IKOVES signature Is on eac bbox 23c wicking a Way Across a Mountain Picking a way is good fun You must first scout ahead In general Then you determine more carefully just whore each hoof Is to fall For instauce It Is a question of whether you are to go above or below a certain ledge You decide on going below because thus you will dodge a little climb and also a rather slippery looking rock slide But ou investigation you find hidden by the bushes a riven bowlder There Is no way around It So then retrace your steps to the place where you made your first choice The upper route again offers you an alternative You select due it turns out well fdrks again But you discover both these forks utterly Impracticable So back you must hike to the very beginning to discover If you can perhaps a third and heretofore unconsidered chance Then If none are good you must cast in review the features of all your little explorations in order to determine which best lends Itself to expedients This consumes time but it is great fun Outing Magazine Milk Fed Kid This is milk fed kid said the leather merchant It Is very soft and fine and pliable Isnt It lie smoothed the delicate white skin and went on All first rate kid Is milk fed It comes to us from the French mountaineers These men arc superb goatherds Their immense flocks supply the worlds kid gloves The goatherds of France are careful to keep their kids on an ex clusive milk diet They pen the little animals with their mothers In rocky Inclosures where there Is no grass At that the kids often escape often man age to eat solid food for with almost human perversity kids that shouldnt be weaned wean themselves early whereas calves that should be weaned cling like grim death to milk One meal of grass will spoil a kids skin will rob it of Its softness and pliability will harden aud coarsen and stiffen it hence when you buy kid gloves always choose the milk fed kind Cincinnati Enquirer The NAme Tuxedo The Tuxedo coat got Its name front the fashionable colony at Tuxedo and the original name of the place was Duck Cedar Lots of the old natives still call It Duck Cedar George Tlda bech one of the original settlers of the country named the place The lake was then touch smaller than it is now and was simply known as the fish pond One day old Tidabech and his sons had gone there to shoot game The ducks were very plentiful numer ous cedar trees were growing out of the rocks along the shore Let us give this place a name said the old monoLet us call it Duck CedarSo Cedar It was and continued to be for many years until the name was changed to Tuxedo Mnrlc Twain on Advertising Mark Twain in the midst of a pane- gyrIc on advertising told a remarkable storyThere was a man he said back Iowa way who was so pleased with an advertisement In the local paper that bo wrote the following testimonial let ter to the editor Mr Editor SirAfter selling all I could gIving barrels away stuffing my hogs till they would eat no more I still had last fall about 200 tons of big juicy fine flavored apples left on my hands I Inserted in your valuable paper an ad that I was willing to send free a barrel of picked fruit freight paid In advance by me to any one who would apply there being of course no charge for the barrel You will hardly credit it but that little forty cent ad cleared out my whole stock of apples and I could have disposed of five times the quantity cm the lame tanas DrlnlclBV of Health The drinking of healths In wine or liquor or other kinds originated In Brit ain at the time of the rule of the Danes before Alfred the Great finally succeeded in driving thorn from the land Owing to the assassination of Englishmen by the Danes It became a custom to enter Into compacts for the mutual preservation of health and se curity These compacts were usually pledged In wine and hence the custom of drinking healths A Spelling Teat The catch question has often been asked How many words in the Eng lish language end in dous The common answer is fourhazardous jeopar dons tremendous and stupendous As a matter of fact however there are five and the word often overlooked is hybridous meaning mongrel or of mixed sort ygF I I WINCHEJTERREPEATING are strong shooters strongly made and so inexpensive that you wont be afraid to use one in any kind of weather They are made 10 12 and 16 gauge A FAVORITE OF AMERICAN SPORTSMEN Sold Everywhere EL1ZABETHTOWN GETS FIRST MEETING Fourth District Publishers League Organized At OrayBon Springs meeting the editors ot the Fourth Congressional District eBe ted a new organization to be know as Toe Fourth Dietrct Pub Ushers League Mr J D Babbago of the Breckenridge Newd was elected President and John J Barrv of the New Haven Ecno was elected Secra tary The first meeting will beheld at Ehzabethtown on August 1G A aUARANTEGD CURB FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Pllav Druggists are autliorlz d to refund money 1U HASfo OINTMENT fills to ciir IntC toilDays 50c EIGHT PERISH Yachts Capsize While Returning From Fishing Banks Auglesea N J July 30Elght per sons perished when two yachts com Ing In from the fishing banks capsized on Hereford Inlet bar off this point There were 32 people on one yacht of whom seven were lost and 12 on the other all of whom but one were saved That not more fell victims to the rough sea was due to the heroism of Captain Henry S Ludlow of the Hereford inlet lifesaving station and a crew of five men It was at first thought that from 14 to 28 persons had been lost but after an investiga tlon tho coroner stated that ho be lieved only eight werelost His list Is as follows Bodies recovered Fred crick Fisher Sr Philadelphia Her bert Hammel Lansdale Pa Walter Snyder Philadelphia John Fogarty Haverford Pa J Starkey Philadel phia Jerry Donohue Philadelphia Samuel Lodner Woodbury N J unknown man Notice to chicken raisers41114 cures chicken cholera and Ronp r and Htuberneck Price CO cents No cure no pay Guaranteed and sold by A K Fisher Druggist St Louis Dry St Louis July 30 Enforcement of the saloon closing Sunday law was strictly observed at tho summer gar dens in St Louis count Just outside the city limits and no arrests wore reported The second Sunday of lid law enforcement In East St Louis 111 found that city dry Three men were arrested for falling to conform to legal requirements It is statedI that In order that saloons may be opened within the twomile limit of East St Louis movements are being made to organize villages on all sides of tho city I A Mystery Solved How to keep oil periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipa tion is a mystery that Dr Kings New Lite 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 refunded Only 25c at Severs Drug Co An Ancient Dos Storr A delightful dog story has been exhumed from the misty past and Is now preserved In the records of an old court at Southampton England It dates from 1587 and must be told In the quaint terminology of the period Item we present yt at the tyme of our yttlng timer bath ben couiplaynt made of another dogg botwcne a masty a mungerell of Peter Quoytes which hath strouug qualytlcs by blmselfe which SoyIng lose abrode doth many times offend tho neyghbors wyll fetch out of thor bowses whole peces of meate as loynes of mutton veal Si such lyke a pasty of venison or a whole powndo of candells at a tyme wyll not spoyle yt by the way but carry yt whole to his masters howso which being a profytablo dogg for his mas ter yet because he is offunsyffo to many yt Is not sufferable wherfor his master hath forfeyt for every time 3 shillings 4 pence 83 cents And be yt comaunded to kepe him tyed or to putt him away upon payn to forfeyto for every tymo he shal be found In the streets 3 shillings 4 pence PLSOS CURE FOR 1T bJ CUR WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good DM In time Sold by drupclit CONSUMPTION Rill Flritt Customer Schwartz had Just taken possession of the little book shop which he bad purchased with the Idea that there would be an Ideal occupation for him permitting him to sit around and smoke his long pipe all the tine Ills first patron or would be patron on the first morning of his advent as a book dealer was a young woman who wanted to get a book dealing with arctic romance Good morning she said Have you Jot Frozen Dos Tales Vat Lady dls Is not a Chinese restaurantBut dont understand me I mean I never hoard of frozen dos tails yet Meppe dey are somedlu dose Fllllugjeeno beebles eats But nod here lady nod here Dls Is a book storeWell probably you do not quite un derstand me I wanted to Kit sonic book that had stories of the north In It Perhaps you have Tarduers No maam Dare Iss nobody In ills store but mysclluf Schmidt ranted to take half but I wouldnt let him In on ituntBut the youu woman was hurrying out Cleveland Leader Aaron Hurr In Irlnon Even to his Jailer Burr was the grand seigneur whose rights there was none to dlslll1toII hope sir ventured that olllclal at their first encounter that It would not be disagreeable to you if I should lock this door after dark By no means graciously returned the prisoner I should prefer It to keep out Intruders It is our custom sir continued the turnkey to extinguish all lights at 9 oclock I hope sir you will have no objection to conform to that That sir answered Burr 10m sorry to say Is impossible for I never go to bed until 1U and always burn two candles Very well sirjust as you please agreed the Jailer I should have been glad If It had boon otherwise but us you please sir Frederick Trevor Hill In Harpers Magazine Birds SprliiK AVeilillntc Clothes There are a number of birds that put on fresh bright beautiful clothes for their spring weddings These birds when they mate change their sober dress of gray or brown for plumes of gold and scarlet Thus the warrior bird of Germany puts on for the mat lug season a ruff of many bright hues while the female dons a cape of white The grebes wedding dross Is two tufts of brilliant blue feathers They stand like horns upon his head They enhance J his beauty greatly The gnat catcher Is a dull brown bird but In the spring his plumes turn a beautiful green The tire weavers wedding dress Is the most splendid of all This bird a sober fellow In the winter wears when bo takes a wife a dress of bright red Philadelphia Bulletin Diving For n Wife In many of the Greek Islands diving for sponges forms n considerable part of the occupation of the The natives make It n InhubltantsII these and their Income source is far from contemptible In one of the Islands a girl is not permit ted to marry until she has brought up a certain number of sponges and giver proof of her skill by taking them from a certain depth But In some of the islands this custom is reversed The father of a marriageable daughter bestows her on the best diver among her suitors He who can stay longest in the water and bring up the biggest cargo of sponges marries the maid Whistler Saved Sims A certain famous English poet whose name the reader must be left to fill in for himself was once threatened with expulsion from a swell London club for dancing a fandango upon the silk bats of other members James Mae Nelll Whistler however Interposed and saved him with his eloquence Quo man of genius Mr Whistler urged was worth any number of silk hats seeing that silk hats could be replaced and men of genius could not Then and not till then the Irate committee reconsidered Its decision and accepted the apology which was tendered A Clerical Pun A complaint was brought before an eminent English bishop that a clergy man In his diocese was wearing an Oxford masters hood when in fact he had no such degree I call It my lord said the complainant wearing a lie on his back We need not use quite so strong a word Mr Smith tho bishop replied In his blandest man neroCall It a false hood Defore and After 2 She cuttingly There is no doubt I about it marrlaje does Improve a I T HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Niagara FallsRate of 1350 will be made from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return Date of sales July 28 anti August 0 10 and 25 Return limit 12 days from late of sale Old Point Comfort Rate of 15 W will bo made from Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return Date of sales July 23 and August 11 Return limit 15 days from date of sale Owensboto Chautuqua Reduce rates Aag t to 21 t14j for round trip from Cloverport Hatdinsburg picnic Aug 4Round trip ticket Uloverport to Hardinsbarg sold for train leaving Clorerport 507 and 042 and goon returnimR same day Old Point Comforton July 88 and Aag 21 limit 1C days rom date of sale Rate of 1060 will be made Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return via C x U R R- Homeseekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1906 L IL do ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 1M Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 07A M stops at Howard on UI1It only arrives at Louisville 7 SS A M No 142 Rally Mall and Kxpreis leaves Clo verportdl2Altt stops atall way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 443 p m stops at all way stations oust of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville r3b p m accommoI1I1t1onWEST BOUND No Ito Dally Ciovcr ort accommodation leaves Cloverport 800 a m arrives Evans llIi900 a in expressleavesfluwosvlllo LewUport Macao OwuDsboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 14S Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 U in stops at all stations No 145 dully St Louts fast train loaves Glo rerport 1111 PM arrives Evansville 135 A IlawesvilleOwensboroChair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping jars and reclining chair cars on trains 14Su ml 146 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND teuvesFordsvlllea w leaveFOrdsvlllep lu Train No6 Sunday only Fords vllle 30 a m rvln ton 908 a M WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvln con 150 a m urlvttli Kordsvllle S46 pw Train No 5 Dally leaves rrtRntoa tM p IT arrives 1ordsvlllo 111 ni ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR Reduced Rate Excursions TO Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Gaily Excursion Rates to Hot Sprirgs Ark Extremely low round trip iites to prints Ir MIsslSSllMTLOtISIANA VKKANSAt IXPIAN TEKItlTUKY OK LAHOMA and TEXAS on the first aiid third Tuesdays of each month Through IIrlIIfoll1ulttod excursion ileeprrs from Lou sv tI It to California Arl Lona and Tex ts Full Particulars had of Rome Aceuts or by addressing F W IIAKUW D I1 A Louisville PRESSTHE1DUTTON 1 SmnplenSantSarcatlandleetaad SilMUUj Pen No glass filler oo Ink to pWo dogging or itukinj Yon ilmpljr press the button u la the picture and the pea filli loVniiay Write Uo instant tt touches tine pap r- Eagle150 HashNo karat Pond told pea point finest vulcanized rubber and fully guaranteed aa1eFJuhNo2SIth 250 EcU Flub No 26 300withSold by Stationer and Other Store Ak YOUR DEALER If he EaglePLASH tend the retail to IU Each pen absolutely gnu an teed Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway Nw York mans politeness Hfl Burprva J =now 10 She blandly Well you frequently get up and offer me a chair now Before we were married you never rave me more than half a one II PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G tClovcrportt J S WORTNAtM I Leltchfleld K Li BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicltfl Mr Wortham will be in utteivil ance at the Circuit Court at Ha fl at each term in February Ivlity and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDINSBURU KY theCourtstneroadI CourtsOaice = StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothe All the latest patterns fJr- suits and troulers in hird- ntttdc fabrics Clothes meleI oy modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Lr pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May 1 Co Cannelton lad LOUISVILLE EVANS VI dF PACKET COs- miscoItroMATEn J Fast Mail and Passenger Lin t between Louisville and Evan ville SteamersI TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wrtlnei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday ip m Through freight rates and patitngei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCER Cloverport to Louisville Jl5Clovorport to Evansville 170 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for lock General Office 1MIMatiS 4t sst Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and C A GEOH WILSON Snpt 00 = Sour StomachNo ssrvete InIgeneral debility sour risings an of the stomach are all due to In il1 ettltB Kodol cures Indigestion This new disc ery represents the natural Juices tJf digtlon as they exist In a healthy jlinnacfc combined with the greatest kntrn tests and reconstructive properties Kidol Dye pepsla Cure does not only cure I ilfestlei and dyspepsia but this famoti rem 4p cures all stomach troubles by isinitef purifying sweetening and stre thenlBf the mucous membranes lining thr tOmaeh Mr S S Dill of Rartntwood W tr uyer I was troubled with sour stomach for timtyyoluA Kodol cured mi and wi are now utlt It ti for babyKodol Digests What Yoe ItaL Monte only S i00 Size boldlnt 3M ncrs the M- ilia which salts for SO ant Hrspmrd by L 0 DWITT 4k 00 OrflOAMk rV Chintz Royalty Practical Survey also Notary Pubis 1 can survey your Lands write your Deeds and Jute the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble Dti cost Your Patronage SoliuleJJJ Address me at Hardinsburg Ky eon of Gap a Suicide Seattle Wash Aug 3 p A Gage ion of Lyman J Gage fimr secretary of tho treasury cor ntlted aul tide In the Tourist hotel fy shooting himself through tho beds rUh a 38 calibre revolver He dIet a few min utes later The only ci is for the shooting which can be i jsltfucd waa that he was temporarily Insane from drinking His wife came tire from Chicago last Monday a tid employed detectives to locate br husband Gago registered at the heel as J W Gorst July 29 Pr hMlLlY ha stopped at the Groystot I there ho stayed when ho reached SOIJUII from Chicago July 7 1 I i fI I p- I J VI I LJkLILRL ha Ii It is an easy matter to go out into the orchard shake or pick tho apploa off the trees and throw or drop thorn 1 V into barrels for hauling to the town or cross roads grocery where too fruit may be exchanged for a bolt oC muslin orcallcoorsomethlnfjolHo needed in till house But this Is not very profitable The progressive farmer has found that it pays to give strict attention to tho sorting and packing of his crop In or Z der that it may bring for him a much larger amount of money Ir Just when to pick is one of the lei l trots of the trade which all orchard i Ists do not appreciate The time of I picking red apples is commonly pua cd by their color and that of yellow ap pIes by the color of the seedt The latter is the only reliable test of ripe ness for an apple picked just as the seeds have turned a light brown Inl before they become dark irouim tit edges will be found to 1ua v rot null full flavor but the beer t1lhlj t Ian ity But red apples en ultra left tor somo time after the setilI1 miuaic ma turity to allow them to put on move color which they do rapidly uinlrr till influence of the bright divs and frostyl nights of autumn and inilcnl this of obtaining color on- t the only way fruit in the shady portions if the trri t Growers should hear in mind however that to defer picking after the weeiis t indicate ripeness invites waiercorr and l shortens the life of the fruit in stop serious extent with theage often to a 1Iimidwinter varities TOO LAIN 1IUKINU of the complaint recently f fMuch the Jonathan becauselodged againstii of rotting at the core according to a report of the Idaho Experiment Sta 1 lion Is believed to be attributable in late piiKing Unless this trouble is or rpctpil the sale of this valuable val ietv Iis mire to be hurt The purchaser Iis mniiletely deceived by the perfectt appearance of the fruit not a sign of- tress being visible until it is cut open when the flesh for some distance lout the core Is discovered to be 1 brown radiating in narrow rays to wards the skin which however it seldom reaches It is worse than a worm hole for that can be cut out A box containing even a few such specimens make the consumer distrustful of the varity while half or more sickens rvcri the most enthusiast friend of brother Jonathan Few farmers are nnsiilerel iapahle of parking their men apples as the j I statement is made that as regards 1V I r f SINGLE HAIL rAUDKU A Very Mubt 1nrni fur the Orchard i seeing worm holes ttheir eyesight is deficient Where 1 there is a fruit un ion the Idaho bulletin suggests that a rule should he adopted forbidding i iulIY momberH thereof Inuit doing their own picking but they should pro tit by the employment of the same body successively at theI of trained pickers various orchards Even the Isolated growers should endeavor to have a group of expert pickers and employ tne same ones as far as possible year aftor year This Is the way to build up a reputation that has a great cash t value f J J1HIiU IIN UAKltHLS T While the simplest method of pack Ing apples is the old barrel of the east in which the bottom and top are faced i the apples in the middle lbeing simply poured in this is a slovenly not to l say deceitful method for it requires no grading expert to sort out the best ones for facing The Western box method on the other hand Is more desirable especially In cases where ono t wishes to cater to the fancy trade One1 of the pretty points about tho box package to that the exact number of apples contained therein is always known and if stamped on the box as it should be gives information much ap predated by the buyer Of course this only applies where the packer adopts one particular method of placing the apples In the box A prominent orchardist made th statement that it costs money to ate on a ladder in an orchard This o chard owner finds that there is a was of time in climbing up in order t reach the uppermost branches of th tree so that It Is considered advisab- lthat effort should bo made throng c pruning to start the head of the tree low and keep it low In order that the most profitable Investment can bo made out of the trees It should bo possible for several years to gather a A cola SITfIr tl17IJ Jm JVTM = HARVESTING THE APPLE CROP GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL largo porcontago of the crop from tl101 ground or with a very low ladder Nevertheless you can scarcely make a dwarf tree by any amount of pruning antI in ovory apple orchard ladders of somo kind soon become a necessity HANDY TYPKS OF IiADDEKS Of all tho numerous styles of ladders some form of step ladder is best adapt ed to the orchard whether the welfare of the tree is considered or the comfort of tho picker Any ladder which must be set against the tree is a constant menace to It Probably the host type of tall step laddors Is one having three legs two comprising the legs of the ladder proper and the third acting as its support It is easily set up securely SCENES IN IDAHO PtcklDJ Anruns ly the Idaho on uneven ground and the wide spread of legs at the bottom makes it especial ly stable For work on tall trees the Japanese style of ladder in which the tops converge to a ipoint at the top Is easy to manipulate Lightest of all the tall ladders is a single rail with pegs projecting from the sides but it Is least safe and comfortable for tho user and is not liable to become wide ly usedEvery picker has his own opinion as to the best style of receptacle in which to place the freshly finite Buckets baskets and bags have their devotees and some even go so far as to provide the pickers with coil scuttles The latter however stronglyI suggest pouring and such rough treatment is not to be thought nf with apples any more so than Where hugs are used as is commonly the case they should be lined with burlapI though this should not cause any relaxation of care in fruit in them Hags are open to the objection that the fruit in them is easily bruised where the bag rushes against a limb or ladder Tho usual form of packing does not admit of removing the fruit except by pouring and this is objectionable The bot tomless sack overcomes this difficulty as It allows the fruit to roll from the bottom when the chain Is released Such treatment might do with oranges but with apples never The average ilcpr could never withstand the temp tation to let them shoot frown till bag tthe moment the foremans back was turned Till IDEtLI PICKING HAh Perhaps the best picking bag is tho apron bag It is cheap being easily made of a heavy grain sack hangs in the most convenient position for filling and leaves both hands free It A SUBSTANTIAL TflllRELEGGER eis so shallow that the first apples can droprwearert0empoby pouring picker w1lIeI applesttso I Bontlnl thnt the pocket should ttsi ugh boxes that are freshly made up of material that is white and clean No man who tales pride In his business or cares for his reputation will pack soiled Whenfruit In old or boxes these are hauled to market they should always bo covered with a tarpaulin to keep oft rain or dust If box material is carried over from one year to another it should bo carefully housed and covered to keep it clean and bright HONESTY TIE BEST POLICY Two essentials of a perfect packing of apples are honesty and uniformity that Is the apples in tho middle or bottom of the pack whether it be a box or barrel should bo just as good as those on top and all perfect all of an even size and properly colored and every package packed with the same degree of care and skill so that tho buyer may feel certain that it is not m I APPLE and Ladders Ueslsned Experiment Station picked too withs plating a ease of sight unseen Attractive labels add much to tho appearance of the boxes and are a valuable means of advertising and building up a spe cial trade Whether labelled or not however the box should be marked on the end with the name of tho variety and number of apples contained and the grade especially If the latter is anything but firsts HE SEtTKKD TOP PHICKS That careful packing Is as essential as good fruit may be gathered from a SCENE IN AN IDAI Drawn from n Photograph In Bui story of a potato grower in Colorado a few years ago when the crop of potatoes in tho east was immense Colorado had as usual raised many thousands of sacks but found the price so low that It scarcely covered the freight charges In Ute emergency The Man of the Hour appeared IE the person of a grower who washed his potatoes carefully put them up it neat 10pound sacks with attractive labels and sent them on to Chicago A very fancy price was asked but the potatoes went ort with a rush an netted the grower the highest return he had ever received Cases slmllai to this are known to most farmers Very often tho manner in which fruii and vegetables are put up has morE Influence on the prlco than quality itself linraynnl Manure For garden crops there Is no fertl llzer that will compare with good well rotted lbarnyard manure In localities where a supply of such manure can not be secured It will be necessary tl depend upon commercial fertilizers but the results are rarely so satisfactory In selecting manure for tin garden care should be taken that III clow not contain any element that wit be Injurious to the soil An excess ol sawdust or shavings used as beddlm will have a tendency to produce sour ness In the soil Chicken pigeon ant sheep manures rank high as fertilizers their value being somewhat greats titan ordinary barnyard manures am almost as great as some of the lower unifies of commercial fertilizers The tnnnnro from fowls Is especially adapted for dropping In tho hills OJ 1 rows of plants f IMPROVEMENTS IN THE VILLAGE TUB SCHOOL 110USB WITH SO TREES AM XO PLAXTS IS AX ECONOMIC MISTAKE r + Government Bureau of ForestFgas Issued an Attractive Illustrated Free Bulletin on School and Hume Tree Planting Thousands of school houses entirely lack the simple surroundings mat would insure beauty and contentment We mean by this not a paucity in archi tectural design but In tho simple mat ter of beautification through planting which In many cases emit be attained by arousing the interest of the scholars themselves Somo city schools no space for planting at all haveI some contain a good tnnowertowns and villages also it is possible to point out many examples showing great care and attention It Is in the country however that tho Improved school ground Is rarely found The ideal school ground which should really be as much a part of the building itself and where the pu pils can be shown the wonderful operations purposes of nature serves two distinct Ilrst it becomes a technical labora tory where the Intelligent teacher can point out the marvelous chemical chan ges which occur with each appearance of the seasonsthe starting of plant life with the warm days of spring the fuller growth of summer with Its blos souls and fruit and the matured wood growth when the leaves drop In the falla cycle In the plants history andSecond the infiueno that such study has upon the growing mind With a reasonable amount of this sort of edu cation coupled with the three Us tho child will never develop the tendency to rip to pieces the shrubbery of his own home or dig out and trample under foot the young plants In the garden Furthermore ho will likely take his school garden for his Ideal and use his influence to make the home yard its equal in appearance if not its superior The object too of school yard plant ing is strictly utilitarian School house some of them splendid brick structures as well as sod house build ings can be found which are absolute 1ly devoid of tree or shrub planting Both the winter winds and the summer heat operate upon them with unchecked violence Why not plant trees and Inaugurate the assistance of the pupils In so doing which will not only act as wind breaks but afford shade In connection with this subject the Bureau of Forestry of the Department- of Agriculture has Issued a Farmers Bulletin No 134 on Tree Planting for Rural School Gardens This can bo obtained without cost by writing either Gifford PInchot Forester U S Department of Agriculture Washing ton D C or to your U S senator or member of Congress It contains much Information which is useful and outlines several practical plans for not only the beautification of barren school grounds but for a primary study of forestry tree planting and tree growth USE AND INFLUENCE OF TUBES What a tremendous Influence for good in every town It would be If every school boy and school girl should become Interested In tree planting and shrub planting Arbor Day has become a great Institution Its observance has resulted In the planting of millions of trees every spring Suppose that it wore universal and that every child In every town should become as enthu siastic over the planting of a tree each year and watching and attending I it ns ho Is over the observance of toII O APPLE onriiAnol- otlu of Idaho Experiment Station Fourth of July what a wonderful change in a few years would result In the appearance of most of our towns and villages Much can bo done In the school toward making tree planting a success with the children It is not enough that when Arbor Day rolls around a tree should be planted by each juvenile member of the family Unless the youngsters realize that considerable care is required the first year or two the trees will die and unless they have been taught how to care for their trees i dead and dying specimensfailures- will distress and discourage the youth ful mind possibly beyond redemption but with reasonable attention the poor i est and tho rockiest soils can be made to produce good trees A SCHOOL TREE NURSERY Certainly there could be nothing more fascinating than the starting of a tree nursery of several good varieties in each school ground These nurser- Iesi could be started from the actual seed acorns beech nuts hickory nuts chestnuts seeds from fir cones and the seeds of other trees thriving In the locality and all these could bo gathered by tho children and brought In anti planted by titers Then after they had reached the proper ago for transplanting say two years the class would In an afternoon visit a dozen homes and participate In the trans planting of the seedlings Into their permanent locations There Is an In herent love for such things In tho American youth It is a wonderful thing when you think about It to taken bit of a seed put It in moist soil see it sprout and then watch It through the progress of years come forth a tender shoot grow Into a sturdy sapling and finally become a great tree leaving forth each year and affording shade and comfort forth occupants of tho home If the young mind grows up among such scenes and amid such environment it will prove a mighty factor in the material prosperity of the community TUB COUNTRY HOME Independent Land An address on The Significance of the Country Homo was delivered by Edward H Chandler secretary of the Twentieth Century Club at tho recent graduating exercises of the School of Domestic Science of the Boston Young Womens Christian Association In ad vocating a deliberate system of training nature study by means of school gardens he said Most important of all is the beginning of a national movement for the making of home crofts or small Independent homes with perhaps an acre to enable oncn family to find out the true values of rural life It would bo an absurd er ror to suppose that such homes are now lacking There are multitudes through out the land What Is new Is that these homes are coming at last to their own Instead of continuing to be e Insig nificant haunts of ones childhood of which one who has risen to distinction Is expected to be a little ashamed they are being sought out as typical of tho best In homo life and as models to bo reproduced In essentials with some adaptations to tho now needs of the times FLOWERS AND BIRDS To grow up Mr Chandler said with the flowers and shrubs and trees anti to learn to care for tho birds squir rels rabbits and domestic animals Is a training whose influence on character I 10 can never be overestimated An acre of ground Is enough for Natures pur poses If he who lives on It wishes to be her pupil and helper The country home makes possible the simplicity of living and fosters true democracy It is both noteworthy and somewhat pa thetic that hosts of city dwellers should rush to welcome and listen to the pro phet of the simple life who came to us from Franco Yet he had no other message than that of the country home Live among the real things of life in contact with jlomentnry forces Live above conventionality Learn to be straightI neighbor and a true friend This is the life which the country home fosters There you may not have so much money to handle but you do not need it Ostentatious display kills the spirit of such a home Democracy is talked of in the city but It Is felt In till corm try A town meeting Is the highest type of democracy yet attained There is a common Interest which binds all country dwellers together lint woo are so far separated anti indifferent to inch others needs as tho various ten into of a city tenement or apartment house TILE STRENGTH OF NATIONS Not all who live In the country realize Its significance Here and there is a decadent home and a degenerate family But all over the world the strength of nations is found among those who have been fostered near to nature and have become free beings by working together In honest labor This Is a homo Ideal to be placed amon the highest There Is little danger of its over emphasis No mat ter what ones work or how heavily the burden of the city presses the determination to live on the home acre In the country may easily become almost tho most powerful Influence In making a successful life Parking far the Town The town parks or the town or vlllapo square arc the lungs of Its citizens If the town Is growing It is none too soon to start u movement to provide for the securing of ample town park Ing The laud Is Increasing when the town hits doubled and hits become a small city It will not lho so easy to ficcuro sites readily accessible to the people without paying an exorbitant price Secure first the land It Is not Important that a largo amount of money should bo at once expended upon Its beautification possibly It needs but little since nature may have undo It more beautiful than cnn man It Is not necessary that It should he transformed Into carpet buls of flowers and trimly kept lawns If It affords sunlight and a green relief of grass and trees for the eye It becomes a clvlllzor mill an equalizer for tho poor as well aw the wealthy a resting place where n man may forget for the time sonic of his struggles and his anxieties In n contemplation of what God has made The park should bo kept In fact as natural as Is consistent with Its use as such It Is never too early however to secure Its site with n view to the building up of the community when land values will necessarily Increase Distribution of latwigrnats the Solution If there were only sonic practicable way of distributing immigration more equally among all the ports of tho country the congestion and scgra anon phases of this problem would bo nearer solution It can be accom plished In hut a small degree since It will only bo done If answering nn economic demand nR In the ease of the GnlvcstonBreiiien service v Wise- dn well organized effort to Induce Immigrants to pass through the largo ports by finding ntid Insuring them employment In the Interior and by In inning them of opportunities elsewhere will do much to Improve conditions The selfinterest of states many of which maintain Immigration gentles might also be brought more generally Into play to attract tln Inv dustrious and ambitious new coinew I to their farms anti smaller town or IninrovitiK School Grounds In Rochester N Y the school authorities grade and sod the seboo yards while the shrubbery and outer planting Is by private effort In con JAmllleplayground purposes and most exemp C lacy results have been obtained + Poor Chance In the Cities + Life In It metropolis makes young It children sharp but not clover It often destroys their chance of ever being 11 clever for It hastens Urn development of the brain unnaturally it makes them superficial alert but not observ ant excitable but without one spark of enthusiasm they are apt to grow n n 1n scoblase ilckl r ULy more things than the countrybred Ir child but not such Interesting things and they do not properly see any thing for they have neither the time nor capacity to get at the root of all the bewildering objects that crowd themselves Into their little lives Jon OFFICE WANTEDeayt I WANT TO LEASEA Rood Job or newspaper office In live town of IStn or over I will paymontmr rental Iin advanco each month until January I 117 when sub8tantlal payment will be mode Address A1 JioremnnColo town 1 XOOlt1lnn8 Ilrlclit jounu men who ran tb take dictation rnfildly and do rapid work on machine Snlary tavitnatart Write UMlnyt Ofllcm In 12 clues JIIUOUII Suite 113 naO nroad WilY N V In 1 llImen and Brakemen on 0dllTellnt1 t monthly become hnulneerH and onrn fau Drake and tern 111- 01oatIoneawaitingcompetentmen Send stamp for particulars Name position preferred1 Hallway L Association Hoom 85 VI Monroe street Brooklyn N Y M11I1T WAIST IIOMIKIl XTHAOIIJIINARYtbkeeps waist down all around no pins or hooks In tear send 28c Will wnl t measurement over or ft and ask for white or black Fells Corset Co in Ilne Street New York Tf1 Dig Profits in Capons M i Caponinlng lla oftsy toon learned Complete outrtt V j CAPON ispostll1ldGape Worm xlraetor250 Poultry Mather ffio TOOLS llrncn Killing KnlfoEOO Sa Capon nook Free r PJLLING SON saw Arch St IIULA PagoFRECKLES GE REMOVEDII urnelIhWEsllLuu3 rRtJx TUil sImnrwrlMe 11WEvmlllrrrniHl irninw InnsInIMnp4 Veer r mrf h fr rilerur AtFIlii11011 10 Ar III an g1 c1thBOYS- t I f if J tthl- f 4 f I Youini C j Vlantvithe J 1I Greatest f BaseballIpa t i Outfit vU 1 d- lm FREE- d iJJ 1Heresi Your ii I 1Lok Chancelt WRITS TODAY l oltrougregulstt do pbuttouawilll l pb Utlon mike throughout sad lull ironed shoulders BELT iiA mud of special material and titled with farcy i hCAP1 I e atJlrAIIKniOVK CATCHKKS MITT and BUTS 1IASK1IAIL Kent tree to any boy sealopaIa IEdirtWOOD WOOD CO Z DROADirpNEWYORK wi r imiof McWherever1 anywhere iin this countryo1 l y II there lIs y col Any One brlwhoofSpiritl f and 1 1 Genuine Love of HumnnltY4 8 8W8 t IIn his or her heart The Coming People J IIbBy CHABLIS F DOLL should be the first book to be read Yel B- OS J There is a multitude of thinking peopleifJwho see tlio dangers tho future holds for t ed our country unless we roach a wise olutlonaof the tremendous social problems that usI9The spirit in which wo should approach tho consideration of those problems is set w18 forth in this remarkable book in a wa t at pelmustmane and patriotic heartbnLet the spirit of common sense and optsBelmism and fundamental economic and phil J osophicul truth that porvndos this book be taken as the underlying motive of the =movement and the Creed and Platform of tho Homecrofters as tho practical plan to work to and the rest of tho great social vquestions are certain to be rightly solved by application to thorn of the sound and humane principles that will guide the action if of our people upon all great national ques donsMOne copy of The Coming People age prepaid will be mailed to any dross In the United States for postIIcents One copy of both The Coming People wi 4and The First Rook of tho Horaccroftors nnd Maxwells Talisman monthly for tho Irest of the year moo will bo mailed to any t address in the United States for fifty cents Sf J Remit in postage stamps to The Home crofters 143 Main street Watertown Mass r J III I j Ift tt e H Dell Moorman II Itl New Editor Hardinsburg Democrat G HARDINSBURG Miss Emily MoAteer ot Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard Qnnrtrely court last Monday Frank flaswell whohas been visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs John P Haswell returned to his home at Area la III Monday Miss Lulu Hart ot Louisville is the guest of Miss Lytio Ford Mr Alex Jones the well Known cleric at tbe Willard Hotel was the guest ot Judge and Mrs Milton Beard Saturday and Sundays Wr and Mrs Silas Pate of Wast Point were the guests ot Mr and Mrs Herbert M Board last week Miss Roberta Brodie who has been the guest of Miss Nancy Kincheloe reo a turned to her home at Chenault Mon f day Mrs Jesse Payne of West Point ia visiting her mother Mrs Mary C HestonLewis Kinchekw of Louisville came down to attend tne big Masonic pie nic Saturday Milt Miller la ablll to he out again after an illnaw of several weeks Squire John McCanuisb of Constan tine was here attending oart Monday- It la now Editor Moorman as well as Judge Moouian The Breokenridge Democrat has changed bands Heard IMIP having soli it to W R Moor man ot Glundwine Roy Moorman tbe youngest eon of Mr Moorman will lie the business manager of the paper Judge Mooruiiin says the policy of the paper will he ptogesalve and liberal Mr and Mis J Rogers Gore of SpringfieH wore guests at the Ford Hotel a few ants ot last wees renew- ingI fiiendBblna mid making new rriende They formerly lived here and Mr Gore was the editor of the local paper HH IH now the editor of tbe SlrmgHl Loader of which he is waking a grewt success He is a brill t ant writer wields n facile lpen and many of his editorials are widely quot edMrs Eliza Jolly of Irvington return ed bOW Monday after a visit of eeveral days to Mr and Mr Wm Boat d Alt a Nannie J Watheu of Irving ton was in town the tirst ot the week i Robert J Dull ot Munfreesboro Tuiin is tha guest or his motherL Jell Dillon of Evansville ie the S CUlt of his parents Misses Green and Sandwich are tbe guests of Patrick Dilllou Misses Winifred Callaban and Helen My Hair is ScragglyJ Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh no Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have f long thick hair soft even hair But first of all stop t your hair from coming out I AyersIyou It feeds the hairbulbs strongLiThe belt kind of a testimonial 1 Sold for over sixty years nude by J O Ayer Co Lowell Mail Also manufacturer or- SARSAPARILLA9 r qerS6aERRY PECTORAL I 11 t I r Hodgers and Mr John Norman of Louisville are tho guests ot Authnr Scott They were entertained Monday evening by Miss Lelia Mc3ar- yIRVINGTQN Mrs Gregory and daughter Miss Katie Gregory ot Louisville are VIsit- ors at Oakland this week Miss Nancy Pusey arrived Sunday from Chicago Illinois to spend some time with her relatives and friends hereMr and Mrs SRMcCIintiik Misses Birdie and Lizzie Dowell all of Louis ville were the guests of Mrs Mary Cornwall last week Little Miss Mary Heron has return ed trom Louisville when she wus the guest of Miss Maggie Sweitzer for several days I H H Kompers span of black horses took the prize at Hardinsbura last Saturday for being handsomest pair there which was a 5 lap robe Mr Bud Sapps baby took the second best prize tor being the prettiest baby Mrs Molly Penick and daughter Miss Mitchell of Louisville were the guests of Mrand Mrs Clarence Penick last week Miss Nora Johnson left for Fords yule last Saturday after beirg the 1uest of Mr and Mrs G M Lvddan Miss Johnson will join tier moth r there and return to their homo in Bowling Green this week U N Bandy and Sam Dowell left luesday for Luitchfield to attend Pres bytery which convenes there this weekRural Mail Route No 1 from this place will start Aug 15 Oscar Dowel has tne appointment as carrier Mrs J B Bicgs returned Wednes day from StephensDort where she was KirbyBlaineAir and Mrs J M Herndon and onddaughterKtberlne Giayson Springs for two weeks Louis and Edwin Jolly were in Che nault last Saturday and Sunday vIsit- ing I Mr Lewis Moorman lelt for Tip Top and LeitchHela last Thursday after a two weeks visit to relatives here and Bewley ville Mr Moorman will leave for his home in Florida real soonMiss Eula Stith of Louisville is the guest ot her sister Mrs W E BrownI Quite a large crowd from here at tended tbe Masonic picnic at Hardins burg last Saturday- Dr Edd Meddis of Louisville spent several days here the guest ot Mr G N Bandy Miss Nannie McGehee left Saturday for an indifinite visit to her cousin Miss Graham McGebee of Branden burgGo to McGlotlan and Piggotts for your Winter Turf Oats Mrs John Arnold and chlldrea will return this week from a visit to rela tives at Sample Mr Dowell and Mrs Haynes of Garfield were the guests of Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell last wee- kCHENAULT 2 Geo Frymlre who has been hick for sometime Is improving Guy E Burch of Louisville came down Sunday to see his wife who is sick Mrs Burch is vIsitingher parents Mr and Mrs Jno B Frymire Miss Roberta Broide is visiting friends in Hardinsburg Mr and Mrs Jno B Warren spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Frank Speaks Rhodelfa tL Y From Mrs Hattie Grinnell DEAR DEAR NEW- SI am sending out Summer Hymnals to friends in Breckenridge and Meade through the organs of those coun ties Not a hymnal dedicated to one as in that sweet little Tennesso romance but a song from my hearta love bar to all of my dear friends of Auld Lang Sync Ever since I have seen you Mr Editor at old Grayson Springs with the Kentucky Press Association a longing steals over me to talk to my first and oldest love The Breckenridgo Newsfor which scribbled for a score of years But how time flies apace But Though troubles assail and dangers affright e Though i friends should all fail and foes alp unite Yet one thing assures us whatever betides The Scriptures also assures us the Lord will provide So in the years that have glided by since last I hold commune with all of you through this medium we eachcan agree with those sentiments in the beautiful lines of the poet AndHow happy we who innocent preventOurglideNotSo let us pull with the tide and grieve not at ills wo cant prevent Surely Mr Editor these lines suit all of us There comes to all the recollections of other years the sunset of a memory but Emerson says the jewel that lives is the one that lives in the souland whatever we do or say we can pull with the tide grieve not at ills as long as wo keep this jewelof the soul And wasnt the Press Association of 1906 a grand success at our timehonored antibellum old watering place Grayson Springs What a fine intelligent assemblage ye Knights of the Quill did present And you Mr Editor are one of the oldest most honored members and for twen tylive years have attended the press meetings knowing and bung known by each and all A number of Leitchfield business men went to the springs in a body to greet yo pen pushers Dr Armes said to me J D Babbage of the Cloverport paper is a staunch friendof yours What a sacred flower is friendship of long standing and when we would touch the human heart we must go back to the sweet old heartmusic of our early days the tunes of our child hood And so it is with friendships newfoundfriends are allright but give me oh give me spoken words of friend ship from oldold friends Wo all experienced this feeling at Meade county Homecoming when D W Fairleigh reviewed the past when he threw on the canvas those scenes of former daysthose friendships of the long long ago How the tears flowed and the heart throbbed with the thought of bygone days Talk about your Milos and Apollos about a Venus or a Diana that we go across the sea to rave over David Fair leigh thiew all those works of art into oblivion as far as wo were concerned when ho showed us in imagination the statues of those gathered Home and the pictures of loved ones framed in happy thoughts of the past the sun lit part What a gathering home to be suroit was And no onenot one enjoyed that reunion more than the Ditto family which had more representatives than any other family from Meade and from no one did I recieve such a heartfelt welcome and genuine embrace than from Mrs J D Babbage nee Mollie Ditto born and reared at the Hill of Glory near Brandenburg Ah go where we may abide for long or short the scenes of our hapyy childhood bubble up from our crater heart pour out the purest most beautiful streams so deep and pure and clear that wo can look down and see and remember the tiniest bubbles that ever stirred our emotions bright or sad I did enjoy that banquet Mr Editor where wit hu mor beauty chivalry music all made up a happy combina tion Werent the toasts fine between the eight courses 1 Leitchfield is full of visitors from all over the State- House parties horseback parties moonlight drives recep tions and parties all in order for the young people Wil liams Comedy Co is holding forth every night at the Opera Hull and putting on good comedy drama We are in a tine neighborhood nearest neighbors are Judge and Mrs McBeath Senator and Mrs Wortham Both have beauti ful homes and capital neighbors Two of our sweetest young ladies Misses Zella Armes and Zella McCord have recently been visitors to your city Long live the News May its shadow never grow less Several from here attended the pic niu at Mooleyvilte Saturday and reo ported a grand time Miss Margaret Stallrnan who has been visiting friends in Cannelton Ind returned home Friday Miss Jessie Warren spent Thursday night with her sister Mrs Joe Green wellJ F Jarboe and eons attended the barbecue at Hanlinsbnrg Saturday Mrs Wash Chism was called to Fordsville Sunday to the boil side of her mother Mrs Nancy Liverce Mrs Abe Bennett spent Sunday with Mrs L H Bosley Mrs Dr Sphire and cnildren or Mooleyvllle came to our town last week for the boat to Louisville who are visiting friends and relatives at that place Mr and Mrs Tom Hardin of Little Bend spent Sunday wth Mr and Mrs C D Warren I I r f t 4I LH0 Dont forget the grana Barbecue Picnic at Beech Grove Saturday Ang 11 free ferry at Stallman Landi- ngSTEPHENSPORT Rev Lewis filled his regular aP polntment here Sunday Mr and Mrs Brown McCubbins of Tell City visited their parents Mr and Mrs Geo McCnbbins last week There v aa several from here attended the Masonic picnic at Hardinaba SaturdayMiss Hawkins ot Union town is visiting relatives here Miss Esther Payne is visiting I WATER WAYS NEGLECTED In the South in the Past to Los of the ShipperShould Im prove the Mississippi Washington July 31Of patticnlnr interest to the South both because of its local application and the fact that it ia from the pen of a Southerner is the article in the current number of the In tcrnation by Congressman Humhreys of Mississippi setting forth in a large way the necessity both economic and financial of a national scheme of improvements for our water ways as means of transportation an object which is being earnestly sought by the organi zation known as the National Rivers and Harbors Congress That such development of our water ways has been sadly neglected in the past to the loss of the shipper and tnal it is a subject whose magnitude make it worthy of all interest is the inevita ble conclusion to be gained from Mr Humphreys article Even the third rate country of Aus tria has in the last sixty years spent a much in the improvement of her 800 Miles of rivers as has our government spent on the Mississippi with its 1600 miles of tributary streams While iin 1004 the total international commerce of the world amounted to twentytw billions of dollars the inland commerce of the United States equalled that stu pendous sum These facts seem to prove the foregoing assertion That the ship per has been the loser and to the tune of hundreds of millions is evident from our neglect of our natural means of transportation Congressman Humph reys cites the instance of recent freight of 53000 tons of coal from Fittsburg t New Orleans at a cost of 18000 a compared to 180000 a sum ten times as great which would have been the cost by railsurely strong evidence that it is time for the shipper to act and as sist the National Rivers and Harbors Congress in its Campaign for such in creased appropriations as will enable him to reap the benefit of the opportun ities which lie at his very door The deepening of the New Orleans harbor has resulted in the saving of millions to millions to the shippers says Mr Humphreys- The deep water over the jetties says he which permits the great freighters to come up the river and gout o with twentyfour thousand bales dj cotton instead of six or eight thousand bales as formerly has reduced the ocean freight by one dollar and a half a bale We export about seven or eight million bales a year thus saving some ten or twelve rnilliod dollars annually tc the cotton farmers of the South I think we can all agree that the great harbor along our seacoast deserve and should receive our very generous aid Every farmer lin the land is interested in them as we have seen because what we ex port is very largely the product of th farmJust as Mr Humphreys argument applies to harbor improvement so doe it apply to the improvement of river and nd community is so far inland that it would not participate in the gains ol the national scheme of improvement which he advocates in behalfof the Na tional Rivers and Harbors Congress Certainly in this the age of trans portation as it has been called two facts stand out clearly in the light ol Congressman Humphreys article first that natural regulation of the price o transportation by means of waterwaj improvements will prove superior tc artificial regulation and second thai the shippers of the United States cannot longer afford to neglect the opportuul ties for cheap transportation to be gaited from the plan of national water ways improvements for which th Rivers aud Harbors Congress is labor ing Hardinsburg Miss Ethel Dowel of Hardinsbnr g visited Mrs G W Payne last week MIBR A Smith visited her daugh ter Mrs Will Lennon of Hardinsburig last week Miss Maggie kremer of Covington Ky is visiting the Misses Bell and Corinne Conn Allen Kincheloe ot Hnrdinsburgwa in town last week The Misses Mollie ipd Susie Chats man and brother are attending cam p meeting near Haweavillo Dr C L Pope L L Carter C Erg Gould C L Martin G E TerI 01 Louisville are guests at the Con house They made the trip from Louis- vIlle in a halt day in an automobile inMrs M Blaine is on the sick list t tMRBVIOLA MARSHALL MRS MARSHALL SUFFERED WITH- SYSTEMIC CATARRH PERUNA SAVED HE Mrs Viola Marshall1117 East Jack son street Springfield HI write ITwo months ago when I wAg your advice and you told me that l was suffering from systemic cftat gotten so bad that I cU0bear the Jolt of walking and had to I Idown most of the time I began taking your Per nna and no I feel like a new woman I can walk Just as far as I ple without feeling any fatigue and I hay taken only three bottles of Poruna I shall never cease praising Pertma nor thanking Dr Hartman for his kind advice I Systemic catarrh claims many victim r because this disease is snot always un dorstood and therefore not correct treated patarrhoremedy a s on the mucous membranes of the entire I body Such a remedy is Porunn The sin core letters of those who have exilet rlonccd its benefits in such cases arel evidence of its medicinal value IMrs Pibi Conn entertained in honor of her daughter Miss Bells birthday Covers were laid for thirtynine There was quite a sensation in towrf I Sunday when the party came in il fr the automobile It was the hrst one andnI tl was anite a sight for those who had never saw oneI L Onr town is very much Improved in I looks since so many residences have fr been painted Il Andrew Crawfords new resident is almost completed Paulinett Moorman left for Uwensboro lasteweekPike t- t Conn was in Cloverpcrt Satur dayI Get a 0 cent box of Laxeta at our r I oJustconstipationesour stomach biliousness bad breath centstand see Severs Drug Co 8 Z For dry cracked Hpsor rongh aida posirlike velvet I Sold by Severs Drug Co I THE FAMOUS LE ROY PLOWS tare the best selling Plows because they are the BEAT Plows that can be built Made by TestednDRAWEASY Jointhan ke Le RoY N Y Sold by CONRAD PAYNE CO Cloverport 4L I For Salet At Once 1 pair 8 year old horse mules t 1 pair 4 year old mules horse and mare 1 aged mull 1 mare and colt oldII 1 1 year old Jennets and 2 colts Several cows with and without calves If Sold Must go at once T Easy Terlnse ffJ IT fE 1 Beard Brost RT t iei unT Groves Tasteless CMOTonichas stood the arbotUosyou Pay 500Ludeeetelth every bottle Is a Ten tpeckege of Qoves Back Root Liver Pusstvb J 2 k V