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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 7L- f F ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 8 Paces NO8 CUSTER CITIZEN DIED SUNDAY Doc Oliver Victim Of Heart TroubleFuneral Held Monday Morning Custer September 3W D Oliver who has been suffering several weeks from organic heart trouble died at 4 a m Sunday Mr Oliver was one of Custers substantial citizens Unasuming never shirking duty always ready to help a neighbor or friend A faithful member of his church and nearly always found at his Jpost Mr Oliver leaves a wife and two children Shelley and Lillie both grown Shelley having married Miss Ida Bruner of Garfield during the past winter The deceased was the son of the late Aunt Betsy Oliver There are seven brothers and one sister who survive him The sister is Mrs Titia Hoskinson wife of William Hokinson of Louisville The funeral services of Mr Oliver were conducted at the residence and completed at Harned grave yard at eleven oclock Monday morning 1 he Touch That Heals Is the touchof Bncklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers ana healing balsams ever com pounded No matter how old the sore or nicer is this Salve will cure it For barns scalds cuts wounds or piles it has no equal Guaranteed by Severs Drag Co 25c New Home Near Webster C K Pennick of Irvington was here Thursday on business Mr Penick has taken the contract to build a residence near Webster for Mr Tom Lyddan fDates of sale July 2530 and August 1017 Fare from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return good for 12 days including date of sale will be 1350 These tickets will be sold for certain trains only on above dates For particulars call at the office NEW CHURCH Will be Dedicated at Center wnI Rev Carrie Dedicator 4 F Sunday 943 nlday service will be held at Centertov where the dedication of the Methoiast Episcopal church of that place will be held The dedicatory address will be delivered by the Rev B M Currie and the pastor of the church Rev W A Grant will assist in the services Summons To Bedside Of Russell Winchell Mr and Mrs Horan Winchell of Evansville were called here last week on account of the serious iJlnesiTof their son Russell Winchell who is sick of typhoid fever at his home at this place His sister Miss Zella Winchell was here Saturday Yesterday Mr Winchell was better and hope is aroused in the family for his early recovery For a Sprained Ankle A sprained ankle may be cured in bout onethird the time usually re quired by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and giving it absolute rest For sale by Severs Drug Co At The Fisher Homestead Sunday Mr James B Fisher gave a family dinner party He was assisted in entertaining by his neice Miss Jane Hambleton The guests were Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs Robt Pierce Mrs Adele Hambleton Mrs Nannie Ferry Mrs Chas Kiel of West Point Mr Barnett Fisher of St Louis and Miss Clara Fisher of Owens boro and Miss Elizabeth Babbage Large Attendence Saturday Mr Wash Robbins of Tar Fork called at the News office and gave in a splendid report from Ryans School House The school openedwith an enrollment of sixtyfive pupils Miss Lessis Newton a young lady of Clo verport is the teacher and is well liked by all the pupils and the parents at Tar Fork Three Days Held at Indiana Many and Visitors Present Rev Adams of China Delivered An Address The Baptist District Association of porry County Indiana convened at Tobinsport Friday Saturday and Sun day holding services every morning afternoon and evening at the Baptist church Sixty ministers and delegates were in attendence besides a large number of visitors The Rev L S Sanders who is pastor of the Tobinsport Baptist church was moderator and Rev J W Cunning ham of Celina Ind was clerk They were both reelected to their respective offices for the ensuing year Rev Sanders has held this position for six years and it is said of him that he would rather be moderator of the As sociation than president of the United different meetings discussions were made on the following topics Missions Education Benevolence and Local Interest of the Association Good music was rendered at every service and was thoroughly enjoyed by the Association workers Mr A Cooper a popular youngman from Cape Sandy Ind favored the delegates with three beautiful solos One of the most interesting addresses made was by the RevAdams who was born and reared in China Ho spoke on the Life of the people and the Work of the Church in China His address contained much information in general as Rev Adams is quite familiar with his subject having lived in China all his life until just recent years He was father in missionary work there Rev S C Fulmer of Ind spoke on the Interest of Baptist Home Missions in America and Foreign Possessions Prof Rebecca Thompson who is instructor of mathematics at the Bap tist College at Franklin Ind was on the program Her sister Miss Mary Thompson also took part in the As sociation v- Miae Ada Wetsel of Rocttyftrt Ind gave a talk on Womans Home Mission Auxiliary Work Mrs Walter Captlntger of Madison Ind discussed Womans Foreign WorkThe Association closed Sunday evening and the delegates ministers and the visitors all left Monday morning They were delightfully entertained at the hospitable homes of the people of proved a perfect success socially and also in a business way and much spiritual good was received and given during the services The Association will convene at the Baptist church at Deer Creek Perry County Ind in September 1908 DAY Quietly Spent In Many Went To The Cities On account of September the first coming on Sunday Monday was the date selected for observing Labor Day The National holiday was observed by most of the employers of the Henderson Route shops but the other places of business in this city did not celebrate Several parties went to Owensboro and Henderson and quite a number went to Louisville for the day Mrs Ferry Thursday Mrs Fred Ferry was hoe teas to an allday dinner party given ai her home in compliment to Mrs Chas Kiell of West Point The guests in cluded Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Mrs Robt Pierce Mrs Adele Hambleton Mrs Chas Kiel Miss Jane Hambleton James B Fisher and Mrs Ferry COSTLY BLAZE Building at Louisville Destroyed by Fire Louisville Ky Aug 30Tlte Cour ierJournal building was destroyed by fire at an early hour this morning The whole office building half a block In length and five stories high Is a total loss It is believed all the om ployes escaped The fire started about midnight at the top of an elevator shaft at the north end of the building and it Is supposed to have been caused by de fective Insulation of electric wires The fire spread with remarkable rap idity In a short time the third floor fell In- The Morning Herald at onto offered the use of its plant to the Courier Journal The plant was also used by the Evening Times and the loss to these two papers is very heavy Dowell Wilson While on Duty on the Star Do well Wilson second mate on the Morning Star was struck by the which slipped from under control of the as the steamer was pulling out from the landing at this place night The plank bit his face and made an incision of length and depth on his right cheek but no facial borer were broken Wilson was brought to the rooms of Dr A A Simons of this city and twelve stitches were necessary to close the wound He was able to go to Louisville Friday morning where he is now in a hospital and doing well nowells home is in Louisville and he is well known to the river men Shows at Sept 11 Sun Brothers Worlds Shows at It is advertised as a splendid animal show as well as having many circus features C Men To Have Of Tne Election met at Frankfort and select ed County for the parties who will in turn select the precinct elec tion officers to serve at the November is a list of county com missioners as selected for the three counties WS Ball H Tabor J J Stonn MoadeS R Roberts Lost And Found Lost between 980 p m and noon toaay a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Severs drug store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills for malaria awl jandice 25o Joe Joins U S Army Morgan Skeggs of Hartford Ky and Joe Stirman of Ky have passed the physical at the local station for the United States army They will be as signed to the Second cavalry at Des Moines la Skaggs has had three years of previous service in the cavalry Owensboro Boys Enter Emmett Friel left for Bow ling Green to attend school and Francis Friel will go to next week to complete his course in civil Theyare the sons ofthe late Joseph Friel who was County Surveyor and their homes are at Victoria Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Raoin Wis These tests are proving to the a pennys costthe great value of this scientific known to drngg ists every wnere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by All Dealers tr 1 avless I Coilfit FaIr f September 20 It 3500 in Race Ii Purses Show li Rings and- Attractions DISTRICT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION Splendid Meeting Tobinspost Delegates Preachers StatesAt engagedwith Indianapolis EiRat on all TobinsportThe LABOR Cloverport Entertains es and CourierJournal CourlerJournal GANG PLANK MATE Suffered Painful Injury Morning gangplank accidently deckhands Thursday cousiderable operating Hardinsburg Wednesday Progressive willexhibit Hardinsburg SELECT UNTY- C01lMISSIONERS Recommended Charge Election Kentucky Commission Wednesday Commjssionars electionFollowing BrackenridgoJWhitwortb HancockW yesterday Guaranteed biliousness Stirman Cloverport examination recruiting Messenger Victoria College yesterday Lexington engineering peoplewithout prescription tAM tnMfW U1UlWtllNIOWdUf 17 18 19 21 Cheap Rails Steam zcursion roads boats HITS- SECOND Best County Fair in the State Catalog Ready- September 6 POSITIVELY NO GAMBLING OR BEER ALLOWED ON THE GROUNDS For Particulars Address JACOB ZIMBROBox 298 Office E A Helmke Cos Smoke House k S ff 1 77- A 7- i 7i j- r J j if i J 0It 1 l1 f w 1 fti ttt r l J J I I rJJ r 1 f J tr t rft 1 t it IJj t i io i1f 1 1 jt Y 3- y i j n 11 1 f jr t V i tr I 1 It i a r 1 I k tk f i 0 i = V Sl5Ws 7 1 f THE LION- THE AND MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN AStor tfAmtrtcm Life Novelized From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY u CHAPTER XI- VIT was nearly 7 oclock when Shir ley got back to Soventyfourtl street No ono saw her come In and she went direct to her room and after a hasty dinner worked until lato into the night on her book to make up for lost time Tho events of the afternoon caused her considerable un easiness Sho reproached herself for her weakness and for having yielded BO readily to tho Impulse of tho moment She had said only what was the truth when she admitted she loved Jefferson but what right had she tc dispose of hor future while her fathers fate was still uncertain Her con science troubled her and when she came to reason It out calmly the more Impossible seemed their union from ov ory point of view How could she be come the daughterinlaw of tho man who bad ruined her own father The Idea was preposterous and hard as the sacrifice would be Jefferson must be made to see it in that light Their engagement was the greatest folly It bound each of them when nothing but unhappiness could possibly come of It She was sure now that she loved Jet ferson It would bo hard to give him up but there are times and circum stances when duty and principle must prevail over all other considerations and this sho felt was one of them Tbe following morning she received a letter from Stott Ho was delighted to hear the good news regarding her important discovery and he urged her to lose no time In securing the letters and forwarding them to Massapequa when he would Immediately go to Washington and lay them before the senate Documentary evidence of that conclusive nature he went on to say would prove of the very highest value in clearing her fathers name Ho added that the judge and her mother were as well as circumstances would permit and that they were not In the least worried about her protracted ab sence Her Aunt MHly had already returned to Europe and Eudoxla was still threatening to leave dally Shirley needed no urging She quite II realised the Importance of actingIII quickly but It was not easy at tbe letters The library was usu ally kept locked when the great man was away and on the few occasions when access to It was possible the lynx eyed Mr Boglcy was always on guard Short as hull been her stay In the Ryder household Shirley already shared Jeffersons untlpiithy tode English secretary whose iiiiinner grew moro supercilious and overhearing as drew nearer tic date when he heII ed to run off with one of tho catches of the season lIe had not I eUl1ployerKand with the exception of a rude stare bad not deigned to notice her which attitude of haughty Indifference was nil the more remarkable In view of the fact that the lIon FItzroy usually left nothing unturned to cultivate u flirta tlous Intimacy with every attractive female he mot The truth was that what with Mr IlyderH demands upon his services and his own preparations for his coming matrimonial venture In which he had so much at stake he had neither time nor Inclination to Indulge his customary amorous diversions Miss Robcjjjs had called at the bouse several times ostensibly to see Mrs Ryder and when Introduced to Shirley she had condescended to give the lat ter a supercilious nod Her conversa tion was generally of the silly vacu ous sort concerning chiefly now dresses or bonnets and Shirley at once read her character frivolous amusement loving empty headed Irresponsible just the kind of girl to do something foolish without weighing tho conso quences After chatting a few mo monts with Mm Ryder she would usu ally vanish and one day after one 4 f these mysterious disappearances Shir ley happened to pass the library and caught sight of her and Mr Bagloy conversing In subdued and eager tones It was very evident that the elopement schemo was fast maturing If the scandal was to be prevented Jefferson ought to see his father and acquaint him with the facts without delay It was probablo that at tho same time ho would make an effort to secure the let ters Meantime she must be patient Too much hurry might spoil every thingSo tho days passed Shirley devoting almost all her tlmo to tho history she bad undertaken She saw nothing of Ryder senior but a good deal of his wife to whom olio soon became much attached Sho found her an amiable good natured woman entirely freo from that offensive arrogance and patronizing condescension which usually mark the parvenu as distinct from the thoroughbred Mrs Ryder had no claims to distinguished lineage on the contrary sho was tho daughter of a = 4jrocor when the then rising oil Jier and of educational ittlo or none at sho was man hi the yed the pres hence gavo fit to turn her arge atranaa sums ivII v say when the girt came direct nom her the money was never returned on tho plea that It was tainted She shared her husbands dislike for enter taining and led practically the life of I recluse The advent of Shirley there fore Into ber quiet and uneventful ex istence was as welcome as sunshine when It breaks through the clouds after days of gloom Quito a friendship sprang up between the two women and when tired of writing Shirley would go into Mrs Ryders room and chat until the financiers wife began to look forward to these little impromptu visits so much she enjoyed them Nothing more bad been said concern ing Jefferson and Miss Roberts The young man had not yet seen his father but his mother knew he was only wait- Ing an opportunity to demand an expla nation of the engagement announce ments Her husband on the other hand desired the match more than ever owing to the continued Importu allies of Senator Roberts As usual Mrs Ryder confided these little domes tic troubles to Shirley Jefferson she said Is very angry He is determined not to marry the girl and when bo and his father do meet therell be another scene What objection has your son to Miss Roberts Inquired Shirley Inno centlyOh tho usual reason sighed the mother and Ive no doubt he knows best Hos in love with another girls Miss Rossmore Oh yes answered Shirley simply Mr Ryder spoke of ber Mrs Ryder was silent and present ly she left the girl alone with her workThe next afternoon Shirley was In her room busy writing when there came a tap at ber door Thinking it was another visit from Mrs Ryder she did not look up but cried out pleas antlyCome Ini John Ryder entered He smiled cor dially and as If apologizing for the Intrusion said amiably I thought Id run up to see how you were getting along His coming was so unexpected that for a moment Shirley was startled but she quickly regained her composure And asked him to take a sent Ee seemed pleased to find her making such good progress and he stopped to an swer a number of questions she put to him Shirley tried to be cordial but when she looked well at him and noted the keen hnwkHke eyes the cruel theIday and he was still wearing his war recalled the wrong this man 1paintshe her father and she felt h5w bitterly she hated him The more her mind dwelt upon It the more exnsper ated she was to think she should be there a guest under his roof and It was only with the greatest difficulty that she remained civil What Is the moral of your liter she demanded bluntly He was quick to note the contemptuous tone In her voice and he gave her a keen searching look as If he were trying to read her thoughts and fathom the reason for her very evident hostil- Ity toward him What do you mean he asked- I mean what can you show as your life work Most men whose lives are big enough to call for biographies have done something useful They have been famous statesmen eminent scien tists celebrated authors great Invent ors What have you done Tho question appeared to stagger him Tho audacity of any one putting such a question to a man In his ow J house was incredible He squared hit jaws and his clinched fist descended heavily on the table What have I done he cried I have built up the greatest fortune ever accumulated by ono man My fabu lous wealth has caused my name to spread to tho four cornets of the earth Is that not an achievement to relate to future generations Shirley gavo a little shrug of her shouldersFuture generations will take no Interest In you or your millions she said calmly Our civilization will havo mado such progress by that time that people will merely wonder why wo In our day tolerated men of your class so long Now it is different The e rlft la tnnnnv mail You aca A Cflr Occasional headache belching bad taste In the mouth lack of appetite and slight nervousness are symptoms of indigestion which when allowed to go uncared for will developinto a case of dyspepsia that will take a long time to Ret rid of Dont neglect your stomach At the first indication of trouble take something that + will italong in its work of digesting the food you eat Codol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will dothis Kodol willmakeyour wfood do you good and will enable yon toi e joWhat yoeat s byall jruggista eon or importance In the eyes or tht unthinking multitude but It only en vies you your fortune It docs not ad mire you personally When you die people will count your millions not your good deeds Ho laughed cynically nnd drew up a chair near her desk As a general thing John Ryder never wasted words on women Ho had but a poor opinion of their mentality and considered it beneath the dignity of any man to enter into serious argument with a woman In tact it was seldom ho condescend ed to argue with any one He gave orders and talked to people he had ne patience to be talked to Yet he fount himself listening with interest to this young woman who expressed hersell so frankly It was a decided novelty for him to hear tbe truth What do I care what the world says when Im dead he asked with a forced laugh You do care replied Shirley grave ly You may school yourself to be Hove that you are indifferent to the good opinion of your fellow man but right down in your heart you do care every man docs whether bo be multimillionaire or a sneak thief You class the two together I no tics he said bitterly- It Is often a distinction without a difference she rejoined promptly Ho remained silent for a moment or two toying nervously with a paper knife Then arrogantly and as It anx- Ious to Impress her with his impor tance ho said Most men would be satisfied If they had accomplished what I have Do you realize that my wealth is so vast that I scarcely know myself what I am worth What my fortune will bo In another fifty years staggers the imagi nation Yet I started with nothing I mado It all myself Surely I should get credit for that How did you make IU retorted ShirleyIn America we dont ask how a man makes his money We ask If he has got any You are mistaken replied Shirley earnestly America is waking up Tho conscience of tho nation Is being aroused We are coming to realize that the scandals of the last few years were only the fruit of public Indiffer enco to sharp business practice The people will soon ask the dishonest rich man where ho got It and there will have to be an accounting What ac count will you be able to give He bit his lip and looked at her for a moment without replying Then with a faint suspicion of a sneer bo saidYou are a socialist perhaps an an archistI Only the Ignorant cpmmlt the blun der of confounding the two sho re torted Anarchy is a disease Social Ism Is a science- Indeed bo exclaimed mockingly I thought the terms were synonymous The world regards them both as In sane Herself an enthusiastic convert to the new political faith that was rising like a flood tide all over the world tho contemptuous tone In which this pluto crat spoke of the coming reorganiza tion of society which was destined to destroy him and his kind spurred her on to renewed argument- I Imagine she said sarcastically that you would hardly approve any social reform which threatened to In terfere with your own business meth ods But no matter how you dlgap prove of socialism on general prInci- ples as n leader of the capitalist class you should understand what socialism is and not confuse ono of tho most im portant movements In modern world history with tho crazy theories of Irre sponslble cranks The anarchists are the natural enemies of the entire hu man family and would destroy It were their dangerous doctrines permitted to prevail The socialists on the con trary are seeking to save mankind from the degradation the crime and the folly Into which such men as you have driven it She spoke Impetuously with the In spired exaltation of a prophet deliver- Ing a message to tho people Ryder listened concealing his Impatience frith uneasy little coughs Yes she went on I am a social ist and I am proud of it The whole world Is slowly drifting toward social ism as the only remedy for the actual intolerable conditions It may not come In our time but It will come as surely as the sun will rise and set tomorrow Has not tho flag of socialism waved recently from the White House Has not a president of the United States declared that the state must eventually curb tho great fortunes What Is that but socialism True retorted Ryder grimly and that little speech Intended for the ben efit of the gallery will cost him tho nomination at tho next presidential election We dont want In the White House a president who stirs up class hatred Our rich men have a right to what Is their own That Is guaranteed them by tho constitution- Is It their own Interrupted Shirley Ryder Ignored tho insinuation and proceededWhat of our boasted free Institutions If a man Is to be restricted in what ho may and may not do If I am clover enough to accumulate mil lions who can stop me The people will stop you said Shirley calmly It is only a question of time Their patience is about exhausted Put your ear to tho ground and listen to tho distant rumbling of tho tempest which sooner or later will bo unchained In this land provoked by the iniquitous practices of organized capital The people havo had enough 9f the extortions ot the trusts Ono day they will rise in their wrath and selzo by the throat this knavish plutocracy which confident in the power jf its wealth to procure legal immu aitr PTeckleM of its jaoaer net GREAT Summer Discount nowon atDraugbons PracUcalBuslnosa Cot loses Evansville and Paducah POSITIONS secured or moner back May If prefer take lotions BY MAIL BEE and enter collog later and save cost of board etc Writ for catalogue and Summer Discount Card s Cellere Co Iaeorpor t d uguarretribution Is nt hand The growing discontent of the proletariat the ever Increasing strikes and labor disputes of all kinds the clamor against the railroads and the trusts the evidence of collusion between both all this Is the writing on the wall The capltalls tic system Is doomed socialism will succeed It What Is socialism he demanded scornfully What will It glvo the public that It has not got already Shirley who never neglected an opportunity to make n convert no matter how hardened he might be picked up a little pamphlet printed for propa ganda purposes which she had that morning received by mall Here she said Is one of the best and clearest definitions of socialism I have ever read Socialism Is common ownership of natural resources and public utilities and the common operation of all industries for the general good Social- Ism Is opposed to monopoly that Is to private ownership of land nnd the Instruments of labor which Is Indirect ownership of men to the wages sys tem by which labor Is legally robbed of a large part of the product of labor to competition with Its enormous waste of effort and Its opportunities for the spoliation of the weak by the strong Socialism Is Industrial democracy It Is the government of the people by tho people and for the people not In tho present restricted sense but as regards all the common Interests of men Socialism Is opposed to oligarchy and monarchy and therefore to the tyrannies of business cliques and money kings Socialism Is for freedom not only from the fear of force but from the rear of want Socialism proposes real liberty not merely the right to vote but tho liberty to live for some tiling more than meat and drink Socialism is righteousness In the relations of men It is based on the fundamentals of religion the Father hood of God nnd the brotherhood of men It seeks through association and equality to realize fraternity Social ism will destroy tho motives which make for cheap manufacturers poor workmanship and adulterations It will secure the real utility of things Use not exchange will be the object of la bor Things will be made to serve not to sell Socialism will banish war for private ownership Is back of strife between men Socialism will purity politics for private capitalism is the great source of political corruption Socialism will make for education In vention and discovery it will stimulate the moral development of men Crime will have lost most of its mo tive and pauperism will have no ex cuse That said Shirley as she concluded is socialism Ryder shrugged his shoulders and rose to go- Delightful he said Ironically but In my judgment wholly Utopian and impracticable Its nothing but n gigantic pipe dream It wont come In this generation nor in ten generations It Indeed It Is ever taken seriously by a majority big enough to put Its the ories to the test Socialism does not take Into account two great factors that move the worldmens passions and human ambition If you eliminate ambition you remove the strongest In centive to Individual effort From your own account n socialistic world would be a dreadfully tame place to live In everybody depressingly good without any of the feverish turmoil of life as we know it Such a world would not appeal to me at all I love the fray the dally battle of gain and loss tho excitement of making or losing mil lions That Is my life Yet what good Is your money to you Insisted Shirley You are able to spend only an infinitesimal part of it You cannot even give It away for nobody will have any of It Money he hissed rather than spoko I hate money It means noth- Ing to me I have so much that I have lost all Idea of its value I go on accu mulating It for only one purpose It buys power I love powerthat Is my passion my ambition to rule the world with my gold Do you know he went on leaning over the desk in a dra matic attitude that If I chose I could start a panic In Wall street tomorrow that woQldshakq to their foundations every nnnncnn institution m tun cuuu try Do you know that I practically control the congress of the United States and that no legislative measure becomes law unless It has my approval Tho public has long suspected as much replied Shirley That Is why you are looked upon as a menace to tho stability and honesty of our pout teal and commercial life An angry answer rose to his lips when tho door opened and Mrs Ryder enteredIvo been looking for you John the said peevishly Mr Bagley told- mo you were somewhere In the house Senator Roberts Is downstairs Hes come about Jefferson and his laughter I suppose muttered Ryder Well Ill see him Where Is ho In the library Kato came with him 3hos in my room They left Shirley to her writing and when ho had closed the door tho flnan ler turned to his wife and said Impa lentlyNow what are wo going to do about effersou and Kate The senator In Isis on tho matter of their marriage being settled one way or another Hliaea to 7nfad Continued nut wMk JIM BAKERS CABIN Move to Preserve Famous His toric Relic In Colorado HOME OF INTREPID TRAPPER Unique Cabin Built With Lookout on Top For Unfriendly Indians IU Located In Romantic SpotMany Acre to Bo Opened For Settlement Near IL The people of Colorado feel that JIm Bakers old cabin on the Little Snaky river should come under the law that gives the government supervision and control of historic places of Interest says n Denver special dispatch to the Chicago Inter Ocean The cliff dwellings of Colorado have been set apart as a national park Beecher Island Indian battlefield Is also a national park and there Is a monument where Major Thornburg and his troopers were killed In northern Colo rado when they were marching to the rescue of tho Ute agent Meeker Ai Interesting as any of these places 1Is Jim Bakers cabin built In tho early forties by this Intrepid scout and pathfinder who ranks with Jim Bridget and Kit Carson among the great char acters of the early west Hero Baker penetrated long before any other white man thought of settling In such a wild country and here ho lived with the friendly Indians and fqught the unfriendly tribes every day being spiced with somo thrilling adventure Bakers unique cabin which Is built with a lookout on top where tho trap per used to watch for unfriendly In dlans Is located In a romantic spot It Is In the valley of the Little Snake river which winds along tile Colorado Wyoming state line It Is In the foot hills of the Sierra Madro mountains and near it Is the celebrated Battle mountain where Baker and some trap pers and squaws successfully stood oft a large attacking party of Indians Few visit tho spot today because of Its Inaccessibility but this will soon be changed A few miles below Brid gers cabin a development company of Denver is opening 50000 acres of state land to settlement A sixty mile irrigation ditch Is being built nnd next year when the water is turned on the land embraced in this vast project Jim Bakers once lonely valley will be thickly populated and there Is no doubt that a spur of the Union Pacific railroad will reach it from tho north while the new Moffat road from Denver to Salt Lake will pass within a few miles of it at tho south Old Jim Baker himself would never have dreamed of the rush for this valley which the building of the Little Snake river ditch presages He moved Into the Little Snake country early In the forties It Is said because some one had moved Into the same county with him In the eastern part of Colorado n year or two before and he consid ered the country was getting too domed crowded Even when be died in 1808 there was little indication of tho present great demand for cheap irrigated loud and the scout would have scoffed at anybody who prophe sied the coming of n great Irrigation en terprise to Little Snake river valley Jim Bakers experience in the wild west particularly In Wyoming Is only paralleled by Jim Bridger Baker was born In 1818 at Belleville 111 In 1838 he joined a company of recruits at St Louis In the service of the American Fur company and made the journey up the Missouri and across tho plains into Wyoming It Is a not ablo fact that this first expedition was lncharge of Jim Bridger and It was Only through the tact and resources of this notable plainsman that the entire party was not lost Many times the party was stopped by savages and the warriors bold a council to determine whether to kill the white men or let them go on But always according to Baker Jim Bridgets quickness of wit and his extraordinary knowledge of the Indian character saved the scalps of the entire outfit In all the years of his frontier expert enc Baker declared he was neve- nrartr djyith than on thti Ot trio A Traveling Mans Experience uIJuust tell you my experience on a East bound O R N RR train from Pemlleton to Le Grande Ore writes Sam A Garber a well known traveling m nUI was in the smoking department with some other traveling men when one of them went out into the coach and came back and said There is a woman sick unto death in the car I at once got up and went out found her very ill with cramp colic her hands aud arms were drawn ap so you could not straighten them and with a deathlike look on her face two or three ladies were working with her and giving her whisky I went to fly suit case and got my bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I never travel without it ran to the water tank put a double dose of the medicine in the glass poured some water into it and stirred it with a pen- cIl then I had quite a time to get the ladles to let me give it to her but I succeeded I could at once see the ef tect and I worked with her rubbing her lands and in twenty minutes I gave her mother dose By this time we were almost into Le Grande where I was to leave the train I gave the bottle to he husband to be used in case another lose should be needed but by the time he train ran into Le Grande she was all right and I received the thanks of 1ab Heart Strength nesaeoeeNStrengthItlrelr not one weak heart hundred II is alwayshiddenIR TbU obscure nerre the Cardiac or Heart Nerve lmpT needs and must bare more tower tease- Mobil t more controflaL more Eargr g Without that the Heart mutt eo= latetheseThis clearly exvlalni why a a Medktaa Bboop Restorattre has la tna part done so ooparMthe1 sag heart dlatrees Dr Bnoopi Rsttonmi popular prescription U aloa directed to weak and wastuir nun centers It b l bileIfdL =nsrnarmthem Dr SHoops Restorative which ended nf ffi mouths fPopo Agle on Wind river Baker engaged as a trapper forged rapidly to the front in his hazardous vocation and soon he was ranked with Jim Brldger nnd Kit Carson He wandered all over the Rocky mountain country sometimes In company with parties of trappers and sometimes alone The wilderness held no terrors for him and he was able to match his cunning against that of the Indians He played a great part in bringing 1 civilization to tho west Bakers cabin was the scene of many an exciting skirmish and the foresight of the old trapper In building the queer lookout on his houso was more than onco rewarded when he headed ort In dlans who sought to surprise him In 1855 Baker entered the service of the government as n scout and for several years bo was looked upon as ono of tho greatest scouts and guides In the sera ice of the army The Pikes peak ex citement drew him to Denver and In 1850 ho built a home on Clear crOOk not far from the present capital of Col orado fare he remained until 1873 When bo went back to his first love the Little Snake river valley Baker like tho other old trappers of his day had several Indian wIves Many of his children live in Colorado and Wyoming and are proud of him Many requests from Catarrh sufferers who use atomizers have resulted in Liquid Cream Balm c new and con ventent form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can al ways be depended on In power to allay inflammation to cleanse the clogged airpassages to promote free natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 751 cents including spraying tube Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York WOMAN AND FASHION For a Long Auto Run All sorts of practical nnd fantastic ffcadgear for the fair motorist are now ih evidence the smart turban here il lustrated being one of the newest pro NOVEL MOTOE TT7BBAH ductions In keeping with the fanc grayrstraw trimmed with gray velvet How to Mend Mohair fornouting wear is mohair and BO tear is so ruthless so positively aggravating or so difficult to remedy as the average holo in this material It never tears straight or cornerwise or even bias but always accomplishes all three directions at the same time and such a rip across a skirtwhere it general ly happens either from asUp of the foot or from being caught on a bush Is enough to bring despair into the face and heart of the most accom pllshed mender To try to take such a rip between the fingers and then darn it in tbe usual way results In its drawing and puckering so that the remedy Is worse than tho hole Still properly gone about it can bo mended if not to bo invisible exactly still with very sat iflfactory results The rent maybe best described as being ccragsy So the better way is to lay a stiff largo piece of paper over tho tear and basto 1 it down to the goods tho cloth to Ho exactly ns though it were whole as I tho paper is on the right side trmending must bo done on the wrongi It will bo seen that tho threads run nlng one way aro generally whole so that the darning In and out will be all that is necessary the one line ot threads being already in plaice Ra slings of the same goods are of coui best for this but sewing silk will air wee nearly as well seeing that mo hair S quit shiny The process win be tedtow but carefully doss ones trodm writ b rewarded = I 4- w s f i f 1 r r 1 l u Ju J df ds f 1 di dr i T a tA THE LION AND THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN dStory tfAmtriccm Life Novelized From tht Ploy by ARTHUR HQRNBLQW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY CHAPTER XI- VIT was nearly 7 oclock when Sblr Joy got back to Seventyfour street No ono saw her come 1In and she went direct to her room and after a hasty dinner worked until late Into the night on her book to makeup for lost tlmo Tho events of tho afternoon caused her considerable un easiness Sho reproached herself tor her weakness and for having yleldc BO readily to the Impulse of tho moment She had said only what was the truth whoa she admitted she lovod Jefferson but what right had she ito dispose of her future while her father fate was still uncertain Her con science troubled her and when she como to reason It out calmly tho more Impossible seemed their union from ov cry point of view How could she become the daughterinlaw of tho man Who had ruined her own fattier The Idea was preposterous and hard as the sacrifice would be Jefferson must bo mado to see It In that light Their engagement was tho greatest folly 1 It bound each of them when nothing but unhappiness could possibly come of 1 It She was sure now that she loved Jei forson It would be hard to give him up but there are times and clrcun stances when duty and principle must prevail over all other consideration and this sho felt was one of them The following morning she receive a letter from Stott Ho was delights to hoar tho gobd news regarding her important discovery and he urged her to lose no time In securing the letter and forwarding them to Massapequa when he would Immediately go to Washington and lay them before tho senate Documentary evidence of that conclusive nature he went on to say would prove of the very highest valu in clearing her fathers name lio added that the judge and her mothe wore as well ns circumstances would permit and that they were not in tho least worried about her protracted absence Her Aunt Milly had already returned to Europe and Eudoxia was still threatening to leave wily Shirley needed no urging She quit roaliied the Importance of acting quickly but It was not easy to goat the letters The library was usually kept locked when the great mat was away and on the few occasion when access to It was possible the lynx eyed Mr Barley was always on guard Short as hut peen her stay In the Ry dor household Shirley already shared Jofforson8 nntlpiUliy to Ac Kugllsl secretary whoso manner grew more supercilious nnd overhearing as hi drove nearer the date when he expect ed to run off with one of tho richest catches of the season lIe had not sought the acquaintance of his em ployers biographer since her arrival and with the exception of n rule stare had not deigned to notice her which attitude of haughty Indifference was all the more remarkable In view of tit fact that the lion KItzroy usually left nothing unturned to cultivate a flirta tious intimacy with every attractive female he mot The truth was that what with Mr ItyderH demands upon his services mid his own preparations for his coming matrimonial venture in which he had so touch at stake he had neither time nor Inclination to Indulge Lila customary amorous diversions Miss Ilolxyn had called at the house several times ostensibly to see Mrs Ryder and when Introduced to Shirley she had condescended to give the lat ter a supercilious nod Her conversation was generally of the silly vacu ous sort concerning chiefly now dressed or bonnets and Shirley at once read her characterfrIvolous amusement loving empty headed irresponsible just the kind of girl to do something foolish without weighing the conse quences After chatting a few mo month with Mrs Ryder she would usu ally vanish and one day after one of these mysterious disappearances Shir ley happened to pass tho library and caught sight of her and Mr Bagloy conversing In subdued and eager tones It was very evident that the elopement scheme was fast maturing If tho scandal was to be prevented Jefferson ought to see his father and acquaint him with the facts without delay It was probable that at the same time ho would mako an effort to secure the letters Meantime sho must be patient Too much hurry might spoil every thingSo the days passed Shirley devoting almost all her tlmo to the history she had undertaken She saw nothing of Ryder senior but a good deal of his wife to whom oho soon became much attached Sho found her an amiable good natured woman entirely freo from that offensive arrogance and patronizing condescension which usually mark tho parvenu as distinct from tho thoroughbred Mrs Ryder had no claims to distinguished lineage on the contrary she was tho daughter of a a jjrocpr when the then rising oil and of educational little or none at sho was an In tho yed the pros Inenco gave to turn her argo sums far i atranae ft say when the girt came direct nom her the money was never returned on the plea that it was tainted Sho shared her husbands diallko for entertaining and led practically the life k iof recluse The advent of Shirley therefore Into her quiet and uneventful ex tstcnco was as welcome as sunshine when It breaks through the clouds att er days of gloom Quito a friendsbJ sprang up between the two women and when tired of writing Shlrle would go Into Mrs Ryders room and chat until tho financiers wife began ito look forward to these little Imprompt visits so much she enjoyed them Nothing more had been said concern- Ing Jefferson and Miss Roberts Tho young man had not yet seen his fathei but his mother knew he was only wait- Ing an opportunity to demand an explanation of the engagement announce ments Her husband on the other hand desired the match more than ever owing to the continued Imports I attics of Senator Roberts As usual Mrs Ryder confided these little domestic troubles to Shirley Jefferson she said Is very angrj He Is determined not to marry the girl and when ho and his father do meet therell be another scene What objection has your son to Miss Roberta Inquired Shirley Inno centlyOh the usual reason sighed the mother and Ive no doubt he know best Hes In love with another gtrl i Miss Rossmore Oh yes answered Shirley simply Mr Ryder spoke of her Mrs Ryder was silent and present ly sho left tho girl alone with her workThe next afternoon Shirley was tIn her room busy writing when ther came a tap at her door Thinking 1IIt4 was another visit from Mrs Ryder she did not look up but cried out pleas nntlyCome In I John Ryder entered He smiled cordially and as If apologizing for thi Intrusion said amiably- II thought Id run up to see how yoti were getting alongI His coming was so unexpected the for a moment Shirley was startled but she quickly regained her composure And asked him to take a seat Ee seemed pleased to find her making such good progress and he stopped to answer a number of questions she put to him Shirley tried to be cordial but when she looked well at him and noted the keen hawklike eyes the cruel I theIday and he was still wearing his war paint she recalled the wrong this mat had done her father and she felt h5w bitterly she hated him The more her mind dwelt upon It the more exasper ated she was to think she should bd there a guest under his roof and 1It was only with the greatest difficulty that she remained civil What Is the moral of your lifer she demanded bluntly He was quick to note the contemptu ous tone In her voice and he gave her a keen searching look as If he wen trying to read bar thoughts and fathom the reason for her very evident hostil Ity toward him What do you mean he asked I mean what can you show as your life work Most men whose lives are big enough to call for biographies have lone something useful They have been famous statesmen eminent scientists celebrated authors great Inventors What have you done Tho question appeared to stagger Mm The audacity of any one putting such a question to a man In his ow rouse was Incredible He squared hJj laws and his clinched fist descended loavlly on the table What have I done he cried 1I have built up the greatest fortune ever accumulated by one man My fabu lous wealth has caused my name to spread to tho four corners of the earth Is that not an achievement to relate to future generations Shirley gave a little shrug of her shoulders of Futuro generations will take no In terest In you or your millions she said calmly Our civilization will rnvo mado such progress by that time hat people will merely wonder why nro In our day tolerated men of your lass so long Now It Is different Tho earl l la mnnnv matt Ynu ara A nor Occasional headache belching had taste in the mouth lack of appetite and light nervousness are symptoms of in dIgestion which when allowed to go neared for will develop into a case of dyspepsia that will take a long time to et rid of Dont neglect your stomach At the first indicationi of trouble take something t14will talongits work of digesting the food you eat Kodol for digestion and Dyspepsia will Kodol will makeyour food d4isgood dwin enable you en at Sold by all ltonaggists eon or importance In the eyes or tbe unthinking multitude but It only envies you your fortune it docs not admire you personally When you die people will count your millions not your good deeds He laughed cynically and drew up a chair near her desk As a genera thing John Ryder never wasted word on women Ho had but a poor opinion of their mentality and considered it beneath the dignity of any man to cntc Into serious argument with a woman In fact It was seldom ho condescend ed to argue with any one He gave orders and talked to people he had no patience to be talked to Yet he foam himself listening with Interest to this young woman who expressed hcrsel so frankly It was a decided novelt for him to hear the truth What do I care what the world says when Im dead ho asked with a forced laugh You do care replied Shirley grave ly You may school yourself to be Hove that you are Indifferent to tho good opinion of your fellow man but right down In your heart you do car every man docs whether ho be mutt millionaire or a sneak thief You class the two together I notice ho said bitterly- It Is often a distinction without difference she rejoined promptly Ho remained silent for a moment or two toying nervously with a pape knife Then arrogantly and as If anx- Ious to impress her with his importance ho said Most men would be satisfied if they had accomplished what I have Doyou realize that my wealth is so vast that I scarcely know myself what I nm worth What my fortune will bo In another fifty years staggers the Imagination Yet I started with nothing I made It all myself Surely I should get credit for that How did you make It retorted ShirleyIn America we dont ask bowman a makes his money We ask If he has got any You are mistaken replied Shlrle earnestly America is waking up The conscience of tho nation is being aroused We are coming to realize tha the scandals of the last few years were only the fruit of public Indiffer ence to sharp business practice The people will soon ask the dishonest rich man where he got It and there oil have to be an accounting What ac count will you be able to give He bit his lip and looked at her foi a moment without replying Then with a faint suspicion of a sneer he saidYou are a socialistperhaps an an archist1 Only the Ignorant commit the blun der of confounding tho two she retorted Anarchy Is a disease Social ism is a science Indeed he exclaimed mockingly I thought the terms were synonymous The world regards them both as In sane Herself an enthusiastic convert to the new political faith that was rising like a flood tide all over the world tho contemptuous tone In which this pluto crnt spoke of the coming reorganize tlon of society which was destined to destroy him and his kind spurred heron to renewed argument- I imagine sho said sarcastically that you would hardly approve any social reform which threatened to Interfere with your own business methods But no matter how you disap prove of socialism on general prfncl pies as a leader of the capitalist class rou should understand what socialism is and not confuse one of the most Im portant movements in modern world history with tho crazy theories of Irro iponsible cranks The anarchists are the natural enemies of the entire human family and would destroy It were heir dangerous doctrines permitted to prevail The socialists on the contrary arc seeking to save mankind rom the degradation tho crime and he folly into which such men as you have driven it She spoke Impetuously with tho in spired exaltation of a prophet deliver- Ing a message to tho people Ryder listened concealing his Impatience with uneasy little coughs Yes she went on I am a social- Ist and I am proud of It The whole world Is slowly drifting toward social- Ism as the only remedy for the actual Intolerable conditions It may not come In our time but It will come as surely as the sun will rise and set tomorrow Has not the flag of socialism vaved recently from the White House las not a president of the United States declared that the state must eventually curb tho great fortunes Vhat is that but socialism True retorted Ryder grimly and that little speech Intended for the benefit of the gallery will cost him tho nomInation at the next presidential election We dont want In the Whlto louse a president who stirs up class hatred Our rich men have a right to what is their own That Is guaranteed thom by the constitution Is It their own Interrupted Shirley Ryder ignored the Insinuation and proceeded What of our boasted free institutions if a man is to bo restricted In what ho may and may not do If I- am clover enough to accumulate mil Ions who can stop me The people will stop you said ShIrley calmly It Is only a question of time Their patlenco Is about exhausted Put your ear to the ground and listen to tho distant rumbling of tho tempest which sooner or later will bo unchained In this land provoked by tho Iniquitous practices of organized capital Tho people havo had enough of tho extortions of tho trusts One day they will rlso In their wrath and olzo by the throat this knavish plu- tocracy which confident In tho power ot its wealth to procure legal Immu RIb jtnft recklewi e ita dancer oar GREAT Summer Discounnowon- atDranghonaPracttcalBualaoeo0c leges Evansville and Paducah POSITIONS securedor back May If prefer take lessons BY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost of board etc Write for catalogue and Summer Discount Card- Braalltoa s P L College Co laeorperaUd mace m roDDiun me puouc unurLi retribution Is at hand The growth discontent of tho proletariat tho ever Increasing strikes and labor disputes of nil kinds the clamor against tho railroads and tho trusts the evident of collusion between both all this is the writing on the wall The capitalistic system Is doomed socialism vIII succeed It- What Is socialism he demands scornfully What will It give the public that It has not got already Shirley who never neglected an op portuutty to make a convert no matter how hardened he might be picked up a little pamphlet printed for propaganda purposes which she had that morning received by mall Here she said Is one of the best and clearest definitions of socialism I have ever read Sojlallsm Is common ownership of natural resources and public utllltle and the common operation of all Industries for the general good SocIal- ism Is opposed to monopoly that Is to private ownership of land and the In Btruments of labor which Is Indirect ownership of men to the wages system by which labor Is legally robbei of a large part of the product of labor to competition with Its enormous wast of effort and Its opportunities for the spoliation of the weak by the strong Socialism Is industrial democracy It is the government of the people by the people and for the people not In tho present restricted sense but as regard all the common interests of men So- cIalism is opposed to oligarchy am monarchy and therefore to the tyrannies of business cliques and money kings Socialism is for freedom not only from the fear of force but fron the fear of want Socialism propose real liberty not merely the right to vote but the liberty to live for some tuing more than meat and drink Socialism is righteousness in th relations of men It is based on tho fundamentals of religion the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood omen It seeks through association am quality to realize fraternity Social Ism will destroy tho motives which make for cheap manufacturers pool tvorkmanshlp and adulterations It will secure the real utility of things Use not exchange will be the object of labor Things will be made to serve rot to sell Socialism will banislLwar for private ownership is back of strife Between men Socialism will purIty politics for private capitalism is the treat source of political corruption Socialism will make for education Invention and discovery it will stimulate the moral development of men Crime will have lost most of its mo the and pauperism will have no excuse That said Shirley ns she concluded is socialism I Ryder shrugged his shoulders and ose to go- Delightful he said Ironically but In my judgment wholly Utopian and impracticable Its nothing but a gigantic pipe dream It wont come in this generation nor in ten generations Ir Indeed it Is ever taken seriously by ai majority big enough to put its theories to the test Socialism does not toke into account two great factors hat move the worldmens passions and human ambition If you eliminate ambition you remove the strongest In entire to Individual effort From your wn account a socialistic world would be a dreadfully tame place to live In everybody depressIngly good without any of the feverish turmoil of life as we know it Such a world would not ppeal to me at all I love the fray the dally battle of gain and loss tho incitement of making or losing rail tons That is my life Yet what good Is your money to you Insisted Shirley You are able to spend only an Infinitesimal part ot- It You cannot oven give it away for nobody will have any of it Moneyr he hissed rather than poke I hate money It means nothing to me I have so much that I have lost all Idea of Its value I go on accu mulating It for only one purpose It buys power I love power that is my passion my ambition to rule the world with my gold Do you know he went on leaning over tho desk In a dra matte attitude that if I choso I could tart a panic In Wall street tomorrow that would shake to their foundations very nnnnmn institution m u u cuuu tryl Do you know that I practically ontrol the congress of the United States and that no legislative measure ecomes law unless It has my approval Tho public has long suspected aa such replied Shirley That la why you are looked upon as a menace to- tho stability and honesty of our polit- Ical and commercial life An angry answer rose to his lips when the door opened and Mrs Ryder entered Ivo been looking for you John she said peevishly Mr Bagley told mo you were somewhere In the house enator Roberts Is downstairs lIes come about Jefferson and his aughter I suppose muttered Ryder Well Ill sec him Where Is he In the library Kato camo with him Shes In my room They left Shirley to her writing and when he had closed the door the financier turned to his wife and said impa ently Now what are wo going to do about jfferson and Kato The senator Insists on the matter of their marriage being settled one way or another un tqXAffAI Y Continued next week JIM BALERS CABIN Move to Preserve Famous His toric Relic In Colorado HOME OF INTREPID TRAPPEI Unique Cabin Built With Lookout on Top For Unfriendly Indiana Ila Lo oated In Romantic SpotMany Aon to Be Opened For Settlement Near I It The people of Colorado feel that Jim Bakers old cabin on the Little Snako river should come under the law that gives the government supervision and control of historic places of Interest says n Denver special dispatch to tho Chicago Inter Ocean The cliff dwellings of Colorado have been set apart aa a national park Beecher Island Indian battlefield Is also a national park and there Is a monument where Major Thornburg and hIs troopers were killed In northern Colorado when they were marching to the rescue of the Uto agent Meeker AsI Interesting as any of these places Is Jim Bakers cabin built In tho early forties by this Intrepid scout and pathfinder who ranks with Jim Bridge and Kit Carson among tho great characters of the early west Hero Baker penetrated long before any other white man thought of settling In such a wild country and here he lived with the friendly Indians and fqught the unfriendly tribes every day being spice with some thrilling adventure Bakers unique cabin which is built with a lookout on top where the trapper used to watch for unfriendly Indians Is located In a romantic spot It Is In the valley of the Little Snake river which winds along the Colorado Wyoming state line It la In the toot hills of the Sierra Madre mountain and near it Is the celebrated Battl mountain where Baker and some trappers and squaws successfully stood off a largo attacking party of Indian Few visit the spot today because of Its Inaccessibility but this will soon be changed A few miles below Brli gets cabin a development compan of Denver Is opening 50000 acres estate land to settlement A sixty mile irrigation ditch is being built and next year when the water Is turned on the land embraced In this vast project Ism Bakers once lonely valley will be thickly populated and there is no doubt that a spur of the Union PacIfic railroad will reach It from tho north while the new Moffat road from Den ver to Salt Lake will pass within in tow miles of it at the south Old Jim Baker himself would neve have dreamed of the rush for this alley which the building of the Little Snake river ditch presages He move Into the Little Snake country early In the forties it is said because some one had moved Into the same county wltl him in the eastern part of Colorado n year or two before and he considered the country was getting too lorned crowded Even when he died In 1808 there was little Indication oho present great demand for cheap irrigated land and the scout would lave scoffed at anybody who prophe sled the coming of a great Irrigation enterprise to Little Snake river valley Jim Bakers experience In the wild west particularly In Wyoming la only paralleled by Jim Bridger Baker was born In 1818 at Belleville 111 In 1838 he joined a company of recruit at St Louis in the service of the American Fur company and made the lourney up the Missouri and across ho plains Into Wyoming It Is a notable fact that this first expedition was In charge of Jim Bridger and it was only through the tact and resources of this notable plainsman that ho entire party was not lost Many limes the party was stopped by savages and the warriors held a council to determine whether to kill the white non or let them go on But always according to Baker Jim Brldgert mlcknesa of wit and his extraordinary knowledge of the Indian character saved the scalps of the entire outfit In all tho years of his frontier experience Baker declared he was never neaar MrJb than on thl rotA Traveling Mans Experience Itnust tell you my experience on at East bound O R N Roo R trait from Pendleton to Le Grande Ore writes Sam A Garber a well known raveling manIII was in the smoking department with some other traveling men when one of them went out into the coach and came back and said there is a woman sick unto death it the car I at once got up and went out found her very ill with cramp colic her bands and arms were drawn up so you could not straighten them and with a deathlike look on her face Two or three ladies were working with her and giving her whisky I went to- my suit case and got my bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea emedy I never travel without it ran to the water tank put a double dose of the medicine in the glass poured some water into it and stirred it with a pen CUi then I had quite a time to get the ladies tD let me give It to her but I succeeded I could at once see the ef tect and I worked with her rubbing her hands and in twenty minutes I gave her another dose By this time we were almost into Le Grande where I was to leave the train I gave the bottle to- the husband to be used in case another dose should be needed but by the time the train ran into Le Grande she was allrightI and I received the thanks of ilIabyr fJqeartHeart 8tlOfUnh orIIeart akneeaanal Strength or Nerve Weakness nothlri more ni itlrelr not one weak heart In a hundred to laK alwayshidden m This obscure nerre tho Oardlao or Heart M mlmplT needt and mIlK haTe more tower st- eeNlllt more conuolllnl more rovealtra atra without that the Heart mutt eoatlase to tell and the stomach and kidneys also hays tbew carat cootrolUnff nerrM 1BbooplUtrentthensMt offers real genuine heart bate It you would haTe strong Heart stroa 4reltloa strengthen thlll nsrves- them neMWilla at needed with Dr Shoops RestorativeE Agie on Wind river Baker engaged as a trapper forged rapidly to the front In his hazardous vocation and soon he was ranked with Jim Brldger and Kit Carson Ho wandered all over the Rocky mountain country sometimes In company with parties of trappers and sometime alone The wilderness held no terrors for him and he was able to match his cunning against that of the Indians Ho played a great part In bringing i rcivilization to the west Bakers cabin was the scene of many an exciting skirmish and the foresight of the old trapper In building the queer lookout on his house was more than once rewarded when he headed off In dlans who sought to surprise him In 1855 Baker entered the service of the government as a scout and for several years ho was looked upon as one of tho greatest scouts and guides In the sera ice of the army Tho Pikes peak excitement drew him to Denver and in 1850 ho built a home on Clear creek not far from the present capital of Colorado Here he remained until 1878 when ho went back to his first love the Little Snake river valley Baker like the other old trappers of his day bad several Indian wives Many of his children live In Colorado and Wyoming and are proud of him Many requests from Catarrh sufferers who use atomizers have resulted in Liquid Cream Balm a new and con ventent form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to allay inflammation to cleanse the clogged airpassages to promote free natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents including spraying tube Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York WOMAN AND FASHION For a Long Auto Run All sorts of practical nnd fantastic ffcadgear for the fair motorist are now ih evidence the smart turban here il ustrated being one of the newest pro NOVEL MOTOR TUBBAH ductlons In keeping with the fane for gray hats it Is of silver toned gray straw trimmed with gray velvet How to Mend Mohair One of tho most popular fabrics for outing wear Is mohair and no tear is so ruthless so positively aggravating or so difficult to remedy as the aver age hole In this material It never tears straight or cornerwise or evenii bias but always accomplishes all three directions at the same time and suchtt a rip across a skirtwhore it generally happens either from a slip of the foot or from being caught on a bush is enough to bring despair into tho taco and heart of the most accomIt pushed mender To try to take such a rip between the fingers and then darn Ittn the usual way results In its drawing and j rpuckering so that the remedy is worse than the bole Still properly gone about it can be mended if not to be Invisible exactly still with very sat jbestthe better way Is to lay a stiff largo piece of paper over the tear and bnste it down to the goods tho cloth to Ho exactly as though it wero whole asm tho paper Is on the right side the jj mending must bo dono on tho wrong a It will be seen that tho threads inning one way are generally whole so that the darning In and out will bo all t that is necessary the ono line of threads being already ta place Rnt clings of tho samo goods aro of coursfc best for this but sewing silk wljl an swer nearly as well seeing that mpt hair is quit shiny The proceee will be tedious but carefully done ones Corts will lie rewarded rr fk l f + WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1907 JAvsPOPULAR nERO Character Sketch of Fighting Bob Evans t IFORTYONE YEARS IN SERVICE t5 Admiral Appointed to Command Great Fleet For the Pacific IIs Never Afraidr to Speak His MindWill Fight at Any Time Instances of His Bravery and Chivalry In all quarters of tho United States Viand In most quarters of the world the HearMddmlralcommand of the great squadron of battleships to be sent to the Pacific interseati That Admiral Evans who under the cognomen of Fighting Bob shares jwlth Lord Charles Beresford his clos et personal friend tho reputation otI beIng the most popular commander that over wore a naval uniform should now be placed In command of jthe largest fleet ever assembled for ttbo longest voyage Is regarded as the r flttlng crown to a career luminous with fie record of daredevil bravery and brilliant achievementI8 From the day when fortysir years Ago at the outbreak of the civil warI he successfully opposed his mothers written request for his release from the Naval academy In which he was then serving until the present day his name has been a synonym for all the finest qualities of the sailor He had been only two years In the service when as a midshipman he led the famous attack on Fort Fisher capturing tho seemingly Impregnable fortress In the face of a rain of bullets and shrapnel shells and In that mo went earned the pseudonym by which he Is known In every quarter of the civilized world It Is told of him how being found at the bottom of a trench under a heap of wounded he insisted that two men or- sh command should receive the first attention of the doctors When the en thusiastic young surgeon in whose care lie had been placed proposed to remove his legs he threatened death and de struction to any doctor or set of doc tors who should try to end his career in that fashion In spite of the warnings of doctors of gangrene he kept his legs and save for a slight lameness completely recovered- It was in 1880 after twenty years of service that he attracted the attention of President Cleveland In 1801 with his first great opportunity ho earned worldwide fame The series of outrages committed by the Chilean mob on the sailors of the Baltimore had aroused the country Evans In com mand of the Yorktown steamed Into the hnrbor of Valparaiso demanded and obtained an apology from the Chilean government and the com mander of the Chilean manofwnr for the stoning of the American sailors announced that all political refugees seeking shelter on hoard the Yorktown would be protected to the last shot and that any further acts of hostility would result In bombardment of the I city His action received the highest praise from every European nation His achievements In the destruction of the Spanish fleet ort Santiago when as commander of the Iowa he attacked and sank the famous Spanish warship Vlscaya are matters of recent history The whole quality of the man which has made him the Idol of the men of the navy Is Illustrated In his reply to I the protest of a convention of clergy who regretted that he had not fol IImen the example of Captain Philip Texas and ordered prayer In time of action The chaplain had suggested that we should have prayer said Admiral Evans and I was aboutto order the men aft for that purpose when I saw a Spanish warship bearing down upon us It seemed to me then that my first duty to my God and my country demanded that I should sink that ship irst and pray afterward And all the world applauded when receiving Captain Eulate the Vlsca yas commander on board the Iowa rU a prisoner he refused with fine chivalry to accept the sword of his vanquished foe Whenever criticism was demanded even of his superiors Admiral Evans has not hesitated to express his opln ions with a directness that left no doubt of his meaning and his book A Sailors Log published some little time after the close of the Spanish American war got him into endless hot water with all sorts and condl tons of naval men his criticism of the attack on the Colon by Admiral Schley during the engagement at Santiago provoking a storm of opposition from the partisans of that officer A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond lad Mr U D Williams 107 West Main St says I appeal to all persons withI weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discover the only remedy that has helped mo and fully comes up to the proprietors recommendation It saVes more lives than all other throat and lung remedies pnt together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cares asthma bronchitis oroupI wboopiagi cough quissy hoarseness I Sad phthisic stops hemorrhages of the here and builds theeup Guaranteed by Severe Dreg Co 50o t Special Correspondence Since July a It an employee of the interior department or of the depart ment of commerce and labor puts in an expense account he does not have to take an oath as to its correctness All he does is to certify upon honor that the above account Is correct The interior department adopted this new regulation by reason of Secretary Garfield Interest in the matter The department of commerce and labor soon followed and it is expected that before long such a regulation will be In effect In each department Saving of Notary Fee While the abandonment of the oath in connection with expense accounts might be criticised as tending to lax Sty and prodigality It Is the conten tion of Secretary Garfield and those who favor certification on honor that tho later method Is in nowise less efficacious than tho old method It is pointed out there is great difficulty In finding notaries to administer oaths in many parts of the country especially in the mountain districts of the west Moreover notaries are wont to tax the government official to the limit It is estimated that through omission of the requirement of swenr Ing to the correctness of expense nc counts thousands of dollars in no tonal fees will bo saved the government A Historic Railway Station The old Pennsylvania depot at SIXth street near Pennsylvania avenue will soon be abandoned By Oct 15 the Pennsylvania railroad and Intact all the roads entering Washing ton affiliated with the Pennsylvania system will be using the magnificent new union station one of the finest railroad stations in the world The old depot possesses much his toric Interest and was tho scene of the shooting of President Garfield in 18S1 Hundreds of visitors have made it n point on coming to Washington to see the spot where the assassination took place The depot was con structed in 1873- Passing of Old Landmarks Incidental to the abandoning of this depot by the Pennsylvania railroad and the prospective early abandon ment by the Baltimore and Ohio of the one it uses there is a sad fate in store for that part of Pennsylvania avenue that lies between Seventh street and the capitol about six blocks long The indications arc that when the new union station is opened business will be rapidly shlftedaway from that part of the avenue to streets farther north westThe effect Is likely to be to compel tho closing down of many of the places of business on Pennsylvania avenue that have been landmarks of Washing ton for a generation or two An Ancient Jar of Preserves Five hundred dollars Is the price asked by a Washington man for a jar of preserved pears of which he has been the owner for more than a quarter of a century The fruit was put up Feb 25 1873 by Mrs Ella C Haller then a resident of Paterson N J A few years later the jar was brought to Washington and placed on exhibition In the old Riggs House barroom where it was admired by statesmen and public men generally When It had been there for a year it was rallied off for charity netting 1000 The man who won it presented it to his sweetheart and she when she married another gave It to a relative who IB its present owner There Is exactly one bushel of pears in the jar They were put up in peach brandy and are In a perfect state ot preservation The name of the woman who put up the pears together with the date Is on the Jar the seal of which has never been broken Smithsonian Gets Curios The Smithsonian institution has received and installed among the histori cal exhibits In the ball of history the valuable historical collection of the late Henry R Magruder who died several months ago In Florence Italy For several years Mr Magruder made his home in Florence and devoted much time to gathering valuable works of art Under the terms of his will he gave a part of his collection to the United States for use of the Smithsonian Institution The collection Includes a heavily gold mounted sword and sliver pitcher presented to Mr Magruders father Gen eral John Bankhead Magruder of the Conferedate army by the states of Virginia and Maryland In appreciation of his services a portrait of the donors sister In pastel a porcelain plate with n picture of Mme du Barry and an oil painting of Jo and an Aztec cross Proposed Episcopal Cathedral The movement for the erection here of a Protestant Episcopal cathedral has been given added Impetus and the aspect of a national church enterprise by the exhibition of the plans The style of the cathedral as shown by the plans is Gothic of the four teenth century In its dimensions it will be larger than most of the cathedrals In Eng land or on the continent The torn length is 470 feet and the total width 132 feet These are external dlnmn Blons The height to the ridge line of the roof lu 130 feet while to the in ternal apex of the vaulting it is nine tythree feet The central tower will rise 220 feet from the ground Tho plan la that of nave and aisles tran septa choir and two chapels Double aisles are planned for the nave These latter will bo especially useful for monuments and memorial windows and tablets The chqbr terminates in an apsldal sanctuary The building will be vaulted in stone throughout The estimated cost of the cathedra- lS between 5000000 and 6000000 CARL BCHOFIBLD the Kentucky State Fair Offers 25000 In Prizes VERY CLASSIFICATION COMPLETE Fifteen Departments Will Give to the Visitors the Most Attractive Displays There is a disposition upon the part of the general public to display a tired feeling when the announcement Is made of plans for a new exposition In America as in the old country they have been coming rather fast of late and the experience of the managers of the Jamestown Exposition lends full weight to the argument which favors having them few and far between This is not the case however with State Fairs Like Emersons brook they go on and on forever the Interest Increasing as each succeeding exhibi tion approaches Certainly this is true of the Kentucky State Fair From every section of the commonwealth and indeed from many sections of other commonwealths there le shown a striking desire to make the 1907 Kentucky State Fair more than twice as big as that of 1906 A State institution created by the General Assembly operated by the State Board of Agriculture and sup ported in a large measure In a premium appropriation this spirit 8f friendliness is to be commended The managers of the State Fair are build ing it along most liberal lines so far as all exhibit departments are concerned Twentyfive thousand dollars in cash is offered in prizes at the com ing exhibition to be held in Louisville Sept 16 to 21 There are 15 exhibit departments All of these departments are in charge of members of the State Board of Agriculture The Hon Hubert Vree land Chairman of the Board who Is now Commissioner of Agriculture has for his departments poultry pigeons collie dogs tobacco plants flowers horticulture farm implements and ma chinery The other departments are headed as follows Dairy cattle sheep and goats Professor M A Scovell Di rector of the Experiment Station at Lexington swine and womans workI G N McGrew Bayou Livingston county beef cattle W R Moorman Jr Glendeane Breckinrldge county horses mules and jacks Guthrie M Wilson Bardstown Nelson county field seed grain vegetables and mel ons William Adams Cynthlana Harrison county Other members of the Board who are not assigned to exhibit departments but who are active InI other directions in making the fair a success are Lawrence Jones Louis ville Desha Breckinrldge Lexington and John C C Mayo Palntsvllle Ky In many departments the members in charge have appointed superintend ents and assistant superintendents These are as follows Mules Wil liam Simmons Shepherdsville su perintendent jack stock W S Gibbs Springfield superintendent swine H L Igleheart Union town superintendent poultry and pigeons John H Good Louisville superintendent Robert H Young Louisville assistant superintendent vegetables and melons S H Sale Louisville superintendent field seed and grain H C Lovelace Boston su perintendent Geo D Karsner Lexing ton assistant superintendent tobac co M H Froman Ghont superintendent S B Robertson Calhoun assist ant superintendent plants and flow ers Henry Nanz Louisville superin tendent womans department Miss Evelyn Porter Louisville superintendent Miss Julia Dupre Louisville and Miss Eva N McGrew Bayou assist ant superintendents horticulture M F Johnson Buechel superintendent- S H Bates Buechel assistant super tendent collie dog show C H Thom as Louisville superintendent farm Implements and machinery J B Wal ker HopkioBville superintendent MUCH INTEREST IN TOBACCO Seven Hundred and Seventy Dollars Offered at the Kentucky State Fair In Premiums The money offered in premiums at the Kentucky State Fair to be held in Louisville Sept 16th to 21st should re suit in the largest display of tobacco ever seen in the south Four hundred and seventy dollars is given by the State Fair Board about equally divid ed between burley and dark types The Louisville Board of Trade has added to this 250 for premiums as follows Burley Types For best sample representing Hogshead of pot less than 800 pounds net Bright Burley Leaf Tobacco 75 For tho best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 800 pounds net Red Burley Leaf To bacco 50 Dark Types For best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1200 pounds net ot Fire Cured Tobacco 75 For the best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1000 pounds net of Unfired Tobacco 50 Samples of tobacco competing for these awards are to be drawn and pealed by the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange Inspection not limited tp STOP and aPe to all exhibitors FINE GIFTS American Who Filled Moroccan SuiI tans Molars Makes a Hit Bringing royal gifts of great value 1 and the title of dentist to his sheree 1 flan majesty the sultan of Morocco with him Dr Frank C Bostwick recently arrived In Plalnfleld N J to begin a three months vacation after a busy professional season In the sul tans court says a Plalnfleld special to the New York Times Summoned last spring to attend to the molars of his majesty his wives his father broth ers and other members of the royal household ho has been granted leave of absence after the busiest season be has over bRdIThe Yankee methods he applied In easing toothaches among his gracious patients wore profitable tar above his expectations and besides the title he will be one of the few men permitted to wear the sultans colors Dr Uostwlck Is an American and the soululaw of Charles W Eoff of Plain field but has been practicing In Gi braltar for many years Ho was re muted by Spanish royalty to practice In the court and he was brought to the attention of the sultan In this way The science of teeth treatment Is In an embryonic state lu Morocco and he was requested to proceed to that country and attend to long felt wants In the sultans household Dr Bostwick accepted the offer and his experience was one that has seldom fallen to the lot of an American In speaking of his stay at the court the doctor declared he was accorded exceptionally kind treatment and that for the most part he had little trouble In doing his work He found that the men In that country are cowards when it comes to enduring the pain that ac companies an extraction or a filling but the women undergo the ordeal In n matter of fact way The sultan him self has a splendid set of teeth but what little was done to them was ac complished while the owner winced and fidgeted about like a schoolboy As a mark of esteem the sultan conferred the official title upon Dr Bost wick and also presented him with n magnificent Moorish saddle of excellent workmanship It Is gold mounted and beautifully carved the stirrups and bit being of solid gold With It were presented a gold mounted breastplate aril a heavy gold collar part of the acrou terments of the royal Moor when rid- Ing and a handsomely embroidered saddlecloth of the sultans own court colors Cancer Cured by Blood BalmMI Skin And Blood Diseases Also Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which ef fectually cured an eating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sorts suppurat ing swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Uuerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lip were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Guerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison uarbnuclessoiofnla risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists 1 per large bottle with complete directions for home cure Sample tree and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advioe sent Insealed letter- CLAIRVOYANTS EXPLOIT Extraordinary Powers of Floettum a Norwegian Boy Further Information received iu Lou don recently of the remarkable achieve meats of John Floettum the boy clairvoyant of Chrlstianla lu Norway has Increased interest in the case says a London cable dispatch to the New York Times Floettum discovered the other day the body of a man who disappeared a few days ago leaving no trace of his whereaboutsA of the missing man was shown to the boy lIe examined it closely and then seated himself at a table Covering his eyes he drew a diagram of the course the man had taken Into the woods At n point In dicated the mans handkerchief was found Time day afterward tbe boy himself was taken over the course followed by 1000 curious sightseers Floettum suddenly stopped and said he could see quite plainly where the body lay lIe asked that a boat be rowed to n point in the river and said Here Ill Is The body was found at the bottom of the rlver at the exact place Indi cat 11 health In The Canal Zone Theliisrh wages paid make it a niirhty temptation to our young ar tisans tojoin the force of skilled work men needed to construct the Panama anal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing onesthose who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they ire safe from malarious influence with Sleotrio Bitters on hand Cures bloo l poison too biliousness weakness anal ill stomach liver and kidney troubles 3oaraateed by Severs Drag Co 80c JJ1qFirst State Bank IRVINOTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictPresiden- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits k i THE I I Fifth Avenue I HOTELLouisville i PIKE CAMPBELL Mgri i flrstclaas to all of andiclean 5353335 53 NNN NN The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson BF Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary 4 NNNN NNNNN NNN NtH W n BOWMEII President A SKILLMAN Cashier F Vice President CHAH SKIILMAN AsstCasbler The Old Relia- bleBRI3CKINRIDGF3 BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latestequipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and solicited mM WfLLFiGHTlfL T Commercial Telegraphers Have Adopted General Grants Old Slogan IF IT TAKES ALL WINTER Strikers Say They Will Pursue Their Fight For Better Conditions to the Very Uttermost With Their Present Resource They Say They Can Hold Out Until December Chicago Aug 23In a formal state ment President Small of the teleg raphers union said We will fight it out along these lines if it takes all winter We are able to hold out un til December with our present resources and can increase our assets by that time to fight the companies an indefinite time The operators besieging the West ern Union and Postal companies declare they can pursue the tactics of Grant before Vicksburg when he said I SAMUEL J SMALL Well fight it out along these lines If it takes all summer and eventually betterdworking conditions and shorter hours They say the general telegraphic bus inees of the country is in a chaotic tat but hnInYi a + Jo most centrally located and only hotel In tbe city frnaktng a 1200 rate- Onl one block from tbe principal Bhopplngjdtetrlct and blocks from the principal theatres Street carl pass tbe door parts the city- Everything neat S 5S 33fr53 fl and N B L LIOUTFOOT small for unh The two aoiuteiy oe curneo on IB aone over leased wires manned by union men and the other business is shaking itself down to emergency conditions under which according to the belief of the operators It cannot be conduct ed without irreparable loss The operators believe that If the business men of the country will accept theso emergency conditions the strike will bewonThe railway telegraphers have renewed their proffer of assistance and increased their contributions to the defense fund of the union President Small said that the union has learned that the Western Union is only doing 25 per cent of Its nor mal business Ten per cent of this said Small Is done over the wires and 15 per cent is transmitted through the malts Eight members of the union havo started out to raise funds to support their strike Every union in the city will be visited President Small has Issued a symposium of reports from nearly every telegraph station In America showing that tho strikers are firm In all quarters and showing no signs of returning to work until their demands aro granted Dont be afraid to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to your children It contains no opium or other harmful drug It alwavs cures For sale by Severs Drug Co DEATH SCENE AS A CURE Experience of a Kansas Man In an Omaha Hospital The sight of a man In the agony of death transformed Daniel W Mclll vane of Pawnee county Kan from a hopeless chronic Invalid unable to stand alone Into a man apparently In the bloom of perfect health able to jump out of bed dress himself and walk a mile or moro without fatigue writes an Omaha Neb correspondent of the Kansas City Star Mclllvaues cure was effected at the county hospital in Omaha the other morning The man had become what the hospital authorities call a hospital fiend For years ho has spent a great part of his time In hospitals receiving treatment for stomach and other ailments Ho recently left the Presbyterian hospital only to apply Immedi I ately for admission to the County hospital There ho lay in his bed day after day and week after week with out enough strength to stand alone Herman Bauer occupying the bed next to Mclllvauos died In great ago ny Mclllvano watched Bauer sharply IQ his struggles with death and as Bauer grow weaker Mclllvnno grew moment Bauers end cameiIcIllvane who had not stood xm his feet in weeks Jumped out of bed quickly put on his clothes bade tho hospital authorities goodby and walked alone downtown He says ho Isper IfectJywell BOW and will return to his ieev1 V Sr 9 dI 1 c 5 V i I 1 c 1 t tt- r tl l i I 1 jr 1J J 1J 1 l lI s i t t j 1 0d 0f r Iii WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1907 1NAYYS POPULAR HERO Character Sketch of Fighting Bob Evans FORTYONE YEARS IN SERVICE jc1 Admiral Appointed to Command Great AfraidmotoAny Time Instances of Hit Bravery i and Chivalry In all quarters of the United States jfand In most quarters of the world the announcement the other day that Hear haveCommand Pacifichasest says the New York Evening World That Admiral Evans who under the cognomen of Fighting Bob shares with Lord Charles Beresford his clos est personal friend the reputation of doing the most popular commander that ever wore a naval uniform ofShethe longest voyage Is regarded as the withthoBrilliant achievement yearsAgote successfully opposed his mothers written request for his release from the Naval academy In which he was then serving until the present day his name has been a synonym for all the finest qualities of the sailor He had been only two years in the service when as a midshipman he led the famous attack on Fort Fisher capturing the seemingly Impregnable fortress In the face of a rain of bullets and shrapnel shells and in that mo ment earned the pseudonym by which ho Is known in every quarter of the civilized world It Is told of him how being found at tho bottom of a trench under a heap of wounded ho insisted that two men of his command should receive tho first attention of the doctors When the enthusiastic young surgeon in whose care tie had been placed proposed to remove his legs he threatened death and destruction to any doctor or set of doctors who should try to end his career In that fashion In spite of the warnings of doctors of gangrene he kept his legs and save for a slight lameness completely recovered- It was In 1880 after twenty years of service that he attracted the attention of President Cleveland In 1801 with his first great opportunity he earned worldwide fame The series of out rages committed by the Chilean mob on the sailors of the Baltimore had nroused the country Evans In command of the Yorktown steamed into the harbor of Valparaiso demanded and obtained nn apology from the Chilean government and the commander of the Chilean uumofwnr for the stoning of the American sailors announced that all political refugees seeking shelter on board the Yorktown would be protected to the last shot curd hORtllltywoulllcity Ills action received the highest II praise from every European nation His achievements In the destruction of the Spanish fleet oft Santiago when as commander of the Iowa he attacked and sank the famous Spanish warship Vlscaya are matters of recent history The whole quality of the man which has made him the Idol of the mon of the navy Is Illustrated In his reply to the protest of a convention of clergy r rmen who regretted that he had not followed the example of Captain Philip of the Texas and ordered prayer In time of action The chaplain had suggested that we ehould have prayer said Admiral Evans and I was aboutto order the men aft for that purpose when I saw a Spanish warship bearing down upon us It seemed to me then that my first duty to my God and my country demanded that I should sink that ship first and pray afterward And all the world applauded when receiving Captain Eulate the Vlsca yaB commander on board the Iowa ras a prisoner he refused with fine chivalry to accept the sword of his vanquished foe Whenever criticism was demanded even of his superiors Admiral Evans has not hesitated to express his opin ions with a directness that left no doubt of his meaning and his book A Sailors Log published some little time after the close of the Spanish American war got him Into endless hot water with all sorts and conditions of naval men his criticism of the attack on the Colon by Admiral Schley during the engagement at Santiago provoking a storm of opposition from the partisans of that officer A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind llr U D Williams 107 West Main fitsays I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes np to the proprietors recommendation lilt saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a cough and cold core the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness asd phthisic stopshemorrhages of the lugs and builds them up Guaranteed fry Severs Drug Co 60c Special Correspondence Since July 1 If an employee of the Interior department or of the depart ment of commerce and labor puts in an expense account he does not have to take an oath as to its correctness All he does Is to certify upon honor that the above account Is correct The interior department adopted this new regulation by reason of Secretary Oarfields Interest in the matter The department of commerce and labor soon followed and it is expected that before long such a regulation will be in effect in each department Saving of Notary Fees While the abandonment of the oath In connection with expense accounts might be criticised as tending to lax Sty and prodigality It Is the conten tion of Secretary Garfield and those who favor certification on honor that tile later method is in nowise less efficacious than the old method It Is pointed out there Is great difficulty in finding notaries to administer oaths in many parts of the country especially in the mountain districts of the west Moreover notaries are wont to tax the government official to the limit It is estimated that through omission of the requirement of swear- Ing to the correctness of expense ac counts thousands of dollars In no tonal fees will be saved the government A Historic Railway Station The old Pennsylvania depot at Sixth street near Pennsylvania avenue will soon be abandoned By Oct 15 the Pennsylvania railroad and Intact all the rbads entering Washing ton affiliated with the Pennsylvania system will be using the magnificent new union station one of the finest railroad stations In the world The old depot possesses much historic interest and was the scene of the shooting of President Garfield in 18S1 Hundreds of visitors have made It a point on coming to Washington to see the spot where the assassina tion took place The depot was con structed In 1873- Passing of Old Landmarks Incidental to the abandoning of this depot by the Pennsylvania railroad and the prospective early abandon ment by the Baltimore and Ohio of the one it uses there Is a sad fate In store for that part of Pennsylvania avenue that lies between Seventh street and the capitol about six blocks long The indications are that when the new union station is opened business will bo rapidly shifted away from that part of the avenue to streets farther north westThe effect is likely to be to compel the closing down of many of the places of business on Pennsylvania avenue that have been landmarks of Washing ton for a generation or two An Ancient Jar of Preserves Five hundred dollars Is the price asked by a Washington man for a Jar of preserved pears of which he has been the owner for more than a quarter ot- a century The fruit was put up Feb 25 1873 by Mrs Ella C Haller then a resident of Paterson N J A few years later the Jar was brought to Washington and placed on exhibition In the old Riggs House barroom where it was admired by statesmen and public men generally When It had been there for a year It was rallied off for charity netting 1000 The man who won It presented It to his sweetheart and she when she marred another gave it to a relative who Is Its present owner There is exactly one bushel of pears In the Jar They were put up In peach brandy and are In a perfect state of preservation The name of the wo man who put up the pears together with the date Is on the Jar the seal of which has never been broken Smithsonian Gets Curios The Smithsonian linstitution has re ceived and Installed among the historical exhibits In the hall of history the valuable historical collection of the late Henry R Magruder who died several months ago in Florence Italy1 For several years Mr Magruder made his home in Florence and devoted much time to gathering valuable works of art Under the terms of his will he gave a part of his collection to the United States for use of the Smith sonian Institution The collection includes a heavily gold mounted sword and sliver pitcher pre sented to Mr Magruders father Gen eral John Bankhead Magruder of the Conferedate army by the states of Vir ginia and Maryland In appreciation of his services a portrait of the donors sister In pastel a porcelain plate with a picture of Mme du Barry and an oil painting of Jo and an Aztec cross Proposed Episcopal Cathedral The movement for the erection hero of a Protestant Episcopal cathedral has been given added Impetus and the aspect of a national church enterprise by the exhibition of the plans The style of the cathedral as shown by the plans Is Gothic of the four teenth century In Its dimensions it will be larger than most of the cathedrals in Eng land or on the continent The totalI length Is 470 feet and the total width 132 feet These are external dimen sions The height to the ridge line of time roof lu 130 feet while to the In 11111tthreorise 220 feet ground plan Is that of nave and aisles trait septs choir and two chapels Double aisles are planned for the nave These latter will be especially useful for monuments and memorial windows and tablets The chqjr terminates In an apsldal sanctuary The building jwlll be vaulted In stone throughout The estimated cost of the cathedra- lS between 5000000 and 0000000 GAEL BOHOFIELD r A UKEATEXHIBITION The Kentucky State Fair Offers 25000 In Prizes VERY CLASSIFICATION COMPUTE Fifteen Departments Will Give to the Visitors the Most Attractive Displays There is a disposition upon the part of the general public to display a tired feeling when the announcement Is made of plans for a new exposition In America as in the old country they have been coming rather fast of late and the experience of the managers of the Jamestown Exposition lends full weight to the argument which favors having them few and far between This is not the case however with State Fairs Like Emersons brook they go on and on forever the interest increasing as each succeeding exhibi tion approaches Certainly this is true of the Kentucky State Fair From every section of the commonwealth and indeed from many sections of other commonwealths there IE shown a striking desire to make the 1907 Kentucky State Fair more than twice as big as that of 1906 A State Institution created by the General Assembly operated by the State Board of Agriculture and sup ported in a large measure in a premium appropriation this spirit 6f friendliness Is to be commended The managers of the State Fair are build ing it along most liberal lines so far as all exhibit departments are concerned Twentyfive thousand dollars In cash is offered in prizes at the com ing exhibition to be held in Louisville Sept 16 to 21 There are 15 exhibit departments All of these departments are In charge of members of the State Board of Agriculture The Hon Hubert Vree land Chairman of the Board who is now Commissioner of Agriculture has for his departments poultry pigeons collie dogs tobacco plants flowers horticulture farm Implements and ma chinery The other departments are headed as follows Dairy cattle sheep and goats Professor M A Scovell Di rector of the Experiment Station at Lexington swine and womans work G N McGrew Bayou Livingston county beef cattle W R Moorman Jr Glendeane Breckinrldge county horses mules and Jacks Guthrie M Wilson Bardstown Nelson county field seed grain vegetables and melons William Adams Cynthlana Har rison county Other members of the Board who are not assigned to exhibit departments but who are active in other directions In making the fair a success are Lawrence Jones Louisville Desha Brecklnrldge Lexington and John C C Mayo Paintsvllle Ky In many departments the members in charge have appointed superintend ents and assistant superintendents These are as follows Mules Wil liam Simmons Shepherdsvllle su perintendent Jack stock W S Gibbs Springfield superintendent swine H L Igleheart Union town superintendent poultry and pigeons John H Good Louisville superintendent Robert H Young Louisville assistant superintendent vegetables and melons S H Sale Louisville superintendent field seed and grain H C Lovelace Boston su perintendent Geo D Karsner Lexing ton assistant superintendent tobac co M H Froman Ghent superintendent S B Robertson Calhoun assist ant superintendent plants and flowers Henry Nanz Louisville superin tendent womans department Miss Evelyn Porter Louisville superintendent Miss Julia Dupre Louisville and Miss Eva N McGrew Bayou assist ant superintendents horticulture M F Johnson Buechel superintendent J H Bates Buechel assistant super tendent collie dog show C H Thom as Louisville superintendent farm Implements and machinery J B Wal ker Hopklnsvllle superintendent MUCH INTEREST IN TOBACCO Seven Hundred and Seventy Dollars Offered at the Kentucky State Fair In Premiums The money offered in premiums at the Kentucky State Fair to be held in Louisville Sept 16th to 21st should result in the largest display of tobacco ever seen in the south Four hundred and seventy dollars is given by the State Fair Board about equally divid ed between burley and dark types The Louisville Board of Trade has added to this 250 for premiums as follows Burley Types For best sample representing Hogshead of pot less than 800 pounds net Bright Burley Leaf Tobacco 75 For the best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 800 pounds net Red Burley Leaf To bacco g50 Dark Types For best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1200 pounds net ol FIre Cured To bacco 75 For the best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1000 pounds net of Unfired Tobacco 50 Samples of tobacco competing for these awards are to be drawn and sealed by the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange Inspection not limited to prop and epta to all exhibitors FINE GIFTS American Who Filled Moroccan Sultans Molars Makes a Hit Bringing royal gifts of great value and the title of dentist to his sheree flan majesty the sultan of Morocco with him Dr Frank C Bostwick re cently arrived In Plainfield N J to begin a three months vacation after a busy professional season in the sul tans court says a Plainfield special to the New York Times Summoned last spring to attend to the molars of his majesty his wives his father broth ers and other members of the royal household ho has been granted leave of absence after the busiest season he has over had The Yankee methods he applied In easing toothaches among his gracious patients wore profitable far above his expectations and besides the title he will be one of the few men permitted to wear the sultans colors Dr liostwlck Is an American and the son lulaw of Charles W Eoff of Plain field but has bees practicing In Gi braltar for many years lIe was re tained by Spanish royalty to practice In the court and he was brought to tile attention of the sultan In this way The science of teeth treatment Is In an embryonic state In Morocco and he was requested to proceed to that country aud attend to long felt wants In the sultans household Dr Bostwick accepted the offer and his experience was out that has seldom fallen to the lot of an American In speaking of his stay at the court the doctor declared he was accordedI exceptionally kind treatment and that for the most part he had little trouble In doing his work lie found that the men In that country are cowards when it comes to enduring the pain that ac companies an extraction or a filling but the women undergo the ordeal In u matter of fact way The sultan him self has a splendid set of teeth but what little was done to them was accomplished while the owner winced and fidgeted about like a schoolboy- As a mark of esteem the sultan con ferred the ofllclal title upon Dr Bost wick and also presented him with a magnificent Moorish saddle of excellent workmanship It Is gold mounted and beautifully carved the stirrups and bit being of solid gold With It were presented a gold mounted breastplate and a heavy gold collar part of the accouterments of the royal Moor when rid- Ing and a handsomely embroidered saddlecloth of tho sultans own court colors Cancer Cured by Blood BalmAll Skin And Blood Diseases Also Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually cured an eating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sorts suppurat ing swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Onerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lip were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Uuerney is as well as ever Botinic Blood Balm also cnrts eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists 1 per large bottle with complete directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter- CLAIRVOYANTS I EXPLOIT Extraordinary Powers of Floettum a Norwegian Boy Further Information received in Lou don recently of the remarkable achievements of John Floettum the boy cialr voyant of Christiania In Norway has Increased Interest in the case says a London cable dispatch to the New York Times Floettum discovered the other day the body of a man who disappeared a few days ago leaving no trace of his whereaboutsA of the missing man was shown to the boy He examined it closely and then seated himself at a table Covering his eyes he drew n diagram of the course the man had taken into the woods At a point In dicated the mans handkerchief was foundThe day afterward the boy himself was taken over the course followed by 1000 curious sightseers Floettum suddenly stopped and said he coild see iulte plainly where the body lay He asked that a boat be rowed to n point In the river and said Here ho is The body was found at the bottom of the river at the exact place Indi cated Health In The Canal Zone The luitrh wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young ar tisans to join the force of skilled work men needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing ones those who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Severs Drag Co 50c 11- 1c First State Bank IRV1NGTON KY W J PIGGOTT PrcRident JOHN R WIMP VicePreeiden- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits w 1 THE I Fifth Avenue I HOTEL I Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr i 7 Orstclass rate- Only theatres eee The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust CompanyCA- PITAL 5000000- B BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier COMMON Assistant DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge W Beard Green Robertson BF Beard M Kincheloe Richardson Does General Banking Business Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Time Deposits Insured against byJFire Burglary eeeeeNNee- Nim IL BOAYMElt President SKILLMAN Cashier LioriTFooT VicePresident BKILLNAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured every and protected very latestequipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited eem y WfLrFIGHTlf T Commercial Telegraphers Have Adopted General Grants Old Slogan IF IT TAKES ALL WINTER Strikers Bay They Will Pursue Their Fight For Better Conditions the Very Uttermost With Their Present Iteeourcee Say They Can Hold Out Until December Chicago 23n formal President Small qf the telegraphers union said We will fight out along these takes all winter We are able hold til December our present resources and can Increase our assets that time to fight companies indefinite time The operators besieging the West ern Union and Postal companies declare they can pursue tactics of Grant before Vicksburg when he said SAMUEL J SMALL Well fight out along these lines takes all summer and eventually return Increased wages better working conditions and shorter hours They say the general telegraphic bus Hess of the country in chaotic tat Bunh hninao I Tbe most centrally located ard only hotel tbe city Imakmi a 1200 one block from tbe prlnclpil Bhopplngjdtetrlct two blocks item the principal Street cars pass tbe door to all putt of tbe cityII m M e F PAUL Cashier G Lafe C Vic Dr A D S a Acts as Paid on Loss or e ss eW A B F L = CIIAS way by the N N iiifN to They Aug a state ment it lines if it to out un with by the for an the I it If it with is a but or + + V In and in aojuteiy oe carries on ID aono over leased wires manned by union men and the other business is shaking Itself down to emergency conditions under which according to the belief of the operators It cannot be conduct ed without Irreparable loss The operators believe that If the business men of the country will accept theso emergency conditions the strike will bewonThe railway telegraphers have renewed their proffer of assistance and increased their contributions to the defense fund of the union President Small said that the union has learned that the Western Union is only doing 25 per cent of Its nor mal business Ten per cent of this said Small Is done over the wires and 15 per cent is transmitted through the malls Eight members of the union havo started out to raise funds to support their strike Every union In the city will be visited President Small has Issued a symposium of reports from nearly every telegraph station In America showing that tho strikers are firm In all quarters and showing no signs of returning to work until their demands aro granted Dont be afraid to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to your children It contains no opium or other harmful drug It always cures For sale by Severs Drug Co DEATH SCENE AS A CURE Experience of M Kansas Man In an Omaha Hospital The sight of n man In the agony of death transformed Daniel W McIll vane of Pawnee county Ian from a hopeless chronic Invalid unable to stand alone Into a man apparently In the bloom of perfect health able to jump out of bed dress himself and walk a mile or more without fatigue writes an Omaha Neb correspondent of the Kansas City Star Mclllvaues cure was effected at the county hospital In Omaha the other morning The man had become what the hospital authorities call a hospital fiend For yeurs he has spent a great part of his time In hospitals receiving treatment for stomach and other nil meets Ho recently left the Presby terian hospital only to apply Immedi ately for admission to the County hos pital There ho lay In his bed day After day and week after week with out enough strength to stand alone Herman Bauer occupying the bed next to Mclllvaues died In groat agony Mclllvano watched Bauer sharply In his struggles with death and as Bauer grow weaker Mclllvano grew stronger Tho moment Bauers end came Mclllvane who had not stood on his feet in weeks jumped out of bed quickly put on his clothes bade the hospital authorities goodby and walk ed alone downtown He says he Isper foctly well now and will return to his loons i MwMiq tk1j 0 t rlfi h I r r e J I ii d f r f t f r t j I c yJ I I I J fi tv61 l r I t J I J t j t I t C BRECkEMHDGE NEWS UNO D BAMAttB SONS Publhhlnx Co Vmbacription Price 100 a year or JW If paid at the end of year OARDB OP THANKS over livelines charge 4en at the ute of 10 centsper line OBITUARIES charged for at the rite Of F sate per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Kzamlnni the label on your paper If it 1Is tot correct please notify as I When ordering a change In the addrei nri wnddshold give their old as weJlu EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 190 Houses are getting so thick in this town it is hard to get a breath of fresh air A man with health cheerfulness and a clean conscience never commits sui tide If everybody would make a kick for better road working we would have better roads Caleb Powers says he knows the man who fired the shot that killed Goebel and it was not Jim Howard Now Mr Powers name him and do iit quickly One of the greatest industrial boone to this town is our Foundry and Machine shops It is like a good phy slcian when your machinery gets out of order you know just where to go oftheFridays Breckenridgi Democrat was a good specimen of newspaper work The columns wen- filled with upward look matter am it was a Fair Edition from every standpoint Some people said when Joe Black burn was appointed a member of the Panama Canal Commission that he never threw a shovel of dirt in his life and knew nothing about the business but listen hear what Uncle Joe iis doing over there In the Culebra cut 770550 cubic yards was excavated in July compared with 153093 in July 1906 and 78570 in July 1905 SayCant you guess Whats making a mess Of everything today Politics in a plight Morals a night Money tight- Business getting the blight Prosperity taking flight Crime at its height Courts anti Trusts in a fight The Big Stick showing its might And nothing really right They told us out at Custer it was the Cornet Out in Oregon they are going after the whisky traffic in the right way They have reversed the order of things Instead of licensing the seller the buyer of strong drink is compelled to take out a license for which he has to pay f5 for every six months Saloon men are compelled by law to confine their sales exclusively to persons hold ing licenses to buy under pain of a heavy fine for selling to unauthorized drinkers A feature of the law is that every six months a complete list of the licensed drinkers is published Now that our public schools are call open we suggest that teachers impress on their pupils the following paragraph taken from Mr Lincolns address to the Young Mens Lyceum of Spring field Ill upon Perpetuation of Our Political Institutions These words were uttered by that great statesman more than seventy years ago but they come in mighty good time just now He saidLet reverence for the laws be taught in schools in seminaries and in colleges let it be written in primers spelling books and almanacs let it be preached from the pulpit proclaimed in legislative halls and enforced in courts of justice And in short let it become the political religion of the nation and let the old and the young the rich and the poor the grave and the gay of all sexes and tongues and colors and conditions sacrifice unceas ingly upon its altars A SIMPLE ROAD MACHINE A simple and cheap contrivance for working dirt roads is the road drag It is made of two halves of a split log or of planks placed on edge three feet apart with cross pieces or of planks nailed together with a lap joint The length is about eight feet and the drag is hauled along the road at an angle of fortyfive degrees This implement so primitive in form but so remarkable in proved results is applied when the road is muddy by a team driven at a walk along one side of a road return ing on the opposite side A dry road is never dragged In winter the drag should be applied just before a freeze These drags have proved successful in many States and should be tried in Breckenridge county The drag makes Ia smooth svuictf IfcifcfiM i drainage on dirt roads tvtreSsent11 is in the making of good roads That old saying competition is the life of trade is false It is coopera tion Politicians as a rule are an ungrateful set of men The fact is clearly shown in the case of R M Jolly who is dead but whose work and loyalty to party and friends still live He was postmaster at Irvington when he died Everybody thought the office would fall to his son Louis Jolly who has been doing the work for years and has made a faithful and creditable official but it did not The father was gone and the position fell into the hands of those with the direct political pull The new appointee will make an ef ficient postmaster and all the people like him We cannot blame him for accepting the place but we cannot commend the act of the politicians who showed so little gratitude to Mr Jolly by not letting his son hold the position even long enough toat leastfill out the unexpired term of his father CLOVERPORTSCHOOL OPENS Earnest Teachers And Pupils Enter Into Their Work With En thusiasm PROF WROE Monday morning at 8 ocloekseniors- juniors sophomores freshmen students of the common school branches pupils of the intermediate department and the primary scholars all climbed the bill together and found their places in the Cloverport Graded and High School On account of Monday being Labor Day the whole session was not kept and after the opening address was delivered by the Rev B M Currie the school butter was allowed to go home to keep cool that they might be able to return to their work with vim Tuesday morning Yesterday the lessons were assigned and the laws laid down Pleased With Attendence Prof Edmond Wroe was delighted with the first days attendance The enrollment showed a decided increase over the number last year The general average of pupils present last term was 195 and the number enrolled Monday was 214 A number of pupils have not returned home from their visits and some are attending the Fair Miss Jennie Patterson and Miss Cora McCoy have every promise of a success ful years work They are interested in their pupils and their pupils like them Miss Margaret Wroe and her assistant Miss Edith Burn have a room full of interesting little folks who are deter mined to llearn their A B Cs No Catholic School This year the Catholic children will attend school on the bill For the last year they have had their educational training under the institution of their church but the Catholic school was unable to secure a teacher for this termMusical Workers Hand Icapped The music teachers Misses Eva May and Lula Severs and their pupils are handicapped to some extent in their work and hava been for the last year on account of not getting a practice hour from the school period The school sessions are from 8 to 12 a m and 1 to 4 p m which takes up all of the better part of the pupils time and keeps them from doing justice to their musical education Hows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cure FJ CHENEY k CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cboner for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Waldlng Kinnan k Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent tree Price 75t per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation JAllU7AFFflTllJfHjCl E For More Than Two YearsTries Physicians Patent Remedies Old Women and Quack Cures and Found No Relief USES CUTICURA AND IS SOON SOUND AND WELL I was very badly afflicted with ec zema for more than two years The parts affected were my limbs below physiciansInIng towns and I also tried all the patent remedies that I heard of besides all the cures advised by old women and quacks and found no relief whatever until 1 commenced using the Cu ticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Ilesolvent In the Cuticura Remedies I found immediate relief and was soon sound and well C V Beltz Tippecanoe Ind Nov 1605 DANDRUFF KILLS HAIR Cuticura Soap Kills Dandruff- I was troubled with dandruff on my head ever since I was twelve years old I had beautiful hair up to that myhairof I had no doctor but I went Into a drug store where I was well acquainted and asked the druggist if hewof anything that would bo good for me H said Of course I do Just ofttime I used it My Isisterinlaw couldnt keep the dandruff off the top of her babys head and the hair wouldnt grow I was there had a cake of Cuticura Soap with me I told her about it and gave her the Cuticura Soap and in about three months I went there again the childs head was covered with hair and not a sign of dandruff My sister said it was the Cuticura Soap The child is not past old and has a lovely head of hairMrs E W Shigley Columbus Kan Oct 25 1905 TnryDumorSoap I toCleanse the skin Cuticura Ointment SOc to Heal the Skin and Cutirura Kttohent SOc On the form of Chocolate Coatrd Illlt 25c pervial of CO to Purify the Blood Sold throughout the world Potter lintChem Corp Sole Prop Boston Manor Mailed Fret New 48 page Skin Bo- okIRVZNGTON The many friends of Mr Ben Bewley are grieved to bear of the awful acci dent that caused his death at his home in Brandenburg last Wednesday Mr Uewley was once a merchant of this place where he is remembered as at upright business man Later on he purchased what is known as the old Herndon place where he residedand was known as a splendid farmer and a good neighbor Disposing of this prop erty only recently he moved into Brandenburg and went into the drug business at the famous oldcorner drug store where he lost his life Many friends- a d relatives htre extend sympathy to his bereaved family His remains were laid to rest beside his wife in Sandy Hill cemetery Miss Francis Taylor of Owensboro is spending a few days this week the guest of Mrs John R Wimp Miss Taylor has been employed to teach the private school and she will begin her duties on September 9 Mr and Mrs H H Kemper have returned from Big Spring where they spent a few days visiting Mrs Clark tonDr McMullen of McDaniels has purchased the property known as the Brown House and expects to retire from business in a short while and move his family here Consideration paid for the property was 2850 Mrs Frank Iceman has returned to Louisville after being the guest of Mrs Kate Bennett for a few days Mr and Mrs A C Lewis and two daughters Misses Viola and Edith of Louisville and Mrs Chapeze Wathen of Owensboro were visitors of Dr and Mrs S P Parks last week Miss Reba Lewis left Friday for Slendeane to visit relatives after being the guest of Miss Nellie Smith for a weekMrs G W Lyddan and baby returned Saturday from Elizabethtown where she has been visiting friends and relatives for some time Mrs Ruben Miller arrived Thursday for an indefinite visit to her sister Mrs W J Piggott A series of meetings will begin at the Presbyterian church on Monday even- Ing after the fourth Sunday in October The Rev Williams former pastor of this church will assist in the meeting Miss Iva Mudd returned to Louisville Monday after a two weeks visit to her homeA crowd attended the sale of R M Jolly and Sons last Saturday Mrs J C Nolte and daughter of Cloverport were visitors of Mrs Nora Board last week Mrs B W Griffith and Miss Bettle Hook of Gulfport Mississippi were here the guests of Mr and Mrs T R Blythe last Friday and Saturday- Mr S B Payne has been appointed post master at this place to fill out the jnexpired term caused by the death of R M Jolly The post office will be coved around to its new head quarters MANYj PEOPLE THINK It Impossible to Find a 4 FirstClass General Store in a Town the Size o- fGarfield T If you are not Prejudiced and areopen to conviction you can be convinced that there is one there by calling on A A RICHARDSON Where you will find a modern stock of Dry Goods Dress Goods Notions Groceries anda bran now stock of 1MILLINERY GOODS If you are going to the Fair we can fit you out in a stylish hat or anything you need Our Bootsand Shoes are the best wearing and best fitting on the market Your patronage is always appreciated Come and hear our new music I A A Richardson L KodolI Sale by an Druggists I at Mr Paynes store some time thi weekMrs Morris Gilbert and baby of Pa ducah are visiting her parents Mr andI Mrs Sam Payne Mr Lenoard Giles returned Thursday from a months visit to his parents in Owen County Mr Jim Frank Biggs left for Evans ville Indiana last week after a few days here visiting his parents Miss B Ada Drury left Saturday for Louisville to take charge of her school duties after spending the summer here the guest of her sister Mrs R B Mc GlothalnMiss Jolly gave a most de lightful Hay Ride last Wednesday evening in honor of her visitors Misses Edith Eva and Grace Plank Those that enjoyed the ride were The Misses Plank Miss Claire Jolly Messrs Hubert and Joe Piggot Hilliard Biggs Harvey Parker Ira Been and Edwin Jolly Mrs C L Chsmberlain and Mr and Mrs Louis Jolly were the chaperones MrsJ B Herndon left Friday for Nashville Tennessee for a visit to her daughter Mrs John Taylor Berry Mrs Jim King was called to Louis ville Sunday to see a niece who is very ill Misseses Maggie Bandy and Mary Henry left Monday for Elizabethtown to enter the Hardin Conuty Scbool The delegates that were sent to Mad isonville last week to attend the State Sunday School Convention have returned and report a fine convention and are very enthusiastic over the work done at this meetingThe of the Presbyterian church has purchased an individual com muuion set Mrs John Galloway entertained a few friends at her home last week in honor of her visitor Miss Alline Hardaway Light refreshments were served and a good time enjoyed by all Those in vited were Misses Lottie and Annie Bandy Beular Mudd Carrie D Frakes Jnnious Stith and Wadkin Mudd Mrs Hook of Shrevport Louisiana spent a few days last week the guest of Mrs Green Bandy Misses Eva and Edith Plank returned to Cloverpopt Saturday after being the guests of Miss Claire Jolly Mrs R Mack Avitt and children have returned to Gulfport Mississippi after a two weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Ferd McGhee Mrs J V Pennington and children of Louisville and Miss Marion Cain of Indianapolis Indiana are visitors of Mr and Mrs Ernest Henderson To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safebut decidedly certain and prompt Pre ventics contain no quinine tolaxative nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis Li Grippe eta Hence the Pre venUes Good for feverish children 48 Preventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 eta Sold by All Dealers GarfieldKentucky FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Indigestion Stomach Gas For BaokacheWeat KldneJs trDeWilli Kldnej Bladder PillsSure and rxarARBD ONLY TUB E C DeWITT k COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Wait for the Big ShowI FRIDAYSEPT THE GREA- TEisenbarthHenderson Floating Theatre Will Present The Great Play r BY HONOR BOUND Everything New Eight Big Specialties Moving Picturts Illustrated Songs New Vaudeville Acts The Big Scenic Electrical Production THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD The Greatest all Boat Shows at the River Landing Cloverport Friday Sept 6 Notice Farmers And Poultry Raisers At my place of business which is in OelzesBullding I buy from farm ers poultry eggs and all kinds of country produce I pay the highest market price Jor further particulars write or telephone to me Phone number 101 Long- Cloverport Ky I Reueres Sour Belching ol eta Safe AT LABORATORY OF For name i All of To will Joe ACorrection In the marriage notice of Dr B T Rafferty and Miss Lizzie Dean which appeared In the News Aug 21 was said Dr Rafferty secured a divorce from his first wife It should have beenun divorce was secured from him by his first wife Richard Wathen Jr is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs RlchardAVatb en at Bardstown Junction JJ Jd j I TV ii 1f t i il 1s rr I h s e e n is 1 S I Si LIVERstrstthnt 4 nntateaokua bwe5r sad are ua MEDICINEY anmaypossessiitJIet li ied t3krrtatly Take No Substitute =r PERSONAL I AND LOCAL Mrs Wm Smart is ill of hay fever Mrs J C La Heist is ill of hay fever Dr Frank Hook will locate at Har dinsburg 13andmade harness is the best Babbage Wm White left Monday for Elkton to attend college The little nineyearold son of Albert Orams is critically ill Miss Virginia McGavock was inI Hawesville Wednesday A fine Eastman plate camera No3 for sale at the News office 600 bushels white ear corn received and for sale by R L Newsom Mr and Mrs Frank Payne are in Hardinsburg attending the fair I JxmieDItzenbaugu has returned home from Hardinsburg to enter school Miss Imo Rawlings of Owensboro was here Sunday from Tar Springs Mrs J C Nolte and daughterEloise have returned home from Louisville Miss Evelyn Hicks who has been visiting in Henderson has returned homeMr Nat Raitt of Cincinnati has been visiting his mother Mrs Mary Raitt Do you want a good pair of check lines forn little money Call at Bab bages Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons and chil dren returned home from Skillman MondayMiss Mayme Miller of Hardinsburg is the guest of her aunt Mrs E T Hayces Vivian Pierce of Versailles was the guest of his mother Mrs R B Pierce Sunday Mn Mary E Bedford of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Stone at her home near town Mr Frank Bowmer of Madisonville was here last work the guest of Mr W Bowmer 1 1rs Hunter and Mrs Frymire of ample were the guests of Mrs E T Jaynes Sunday Mr and Mrs J M Reynolds spent unday in Louisville the guests of their runt Mrs John Low Charles Moorman of Versailes was he guest of his parents Mr and Mrs 3 W Moorman Saturday Miss Clara Fisher and her brothers avid and Bennett Fisher left Monday Ight for Owensboro after a visit to rel lives Mr and Mrs Abe Sklllumn were mong the many Kentuckians who eve been risking at Bay View Mich lis summer Mr and Mrs James Younger and Bughter Eudora spent Sunday at Vest Point with Mr and Mrs C M IcGlothlanMr of Pittsburg and Miss allie Lightfoot of HnwesviHe wee le guests of Dr and Mrs Forrest Ightfoot Thursday Mrs John Allen Murray and daugh r Miss Donald Murray are in Bran enburg the guests of Mrs James ewis Louisville Times Mr and Mrs Dowell Robbins and lildren of Decatur Ilh have been Siting his parents Mr and Mrs 1- iJc icander Robbins at Irvington I Miss Alice Kemp of Franklin TennJ nd Miss Mayson Saunders of NRsht ills Tenn have returned to their tomes after a visit to Mr and Mrs L 3 Perkins Dr J L Moorman will leave soon for Is new home in Louisville His daugh ers Misses Adelia and Kathrlne left onday morning and Mrs Moorman left art week Mr and Mrs H G Yeager will save Thursday for Jamestown ExpoJJ ition They will be joined by Mr andIIII Irs E S McAfee at Irvington nil be absent about two weeksI villa bliss Bessie Keys is visiting in In ingtonFred Hi11 of Howell is visiting Mrs Sam Berry Mr and Mrs Chap Berry went to Stanley Saturday Claude Baldwin was home from Ow ensboro Sunday Hovius Rafferty was home from Louisville Sunday Sterrett Jarboe will attend State Col lege at Lexington Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star ar rived here Saturday Mr and Mrs Albert Percell are visiting relatives in Paducah Mr and Mrs Joe Heddon have re turned home from Fordsville Herbert McQary of Kirk spent Sun day with Miss Florence Lewis Charlie Hopkins of Louisville has been the guest of Russell Harris Mrs Sam Brown of Ekron has been visiting her husband In this city William Claude Pierceall of Balti more is the guest of Father Brey Miss Anna Head of Owensboro is the guest of Miss Florence Lewis Miss Inez Gregory of Louisville ii the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison Mrs Jacob Morrison and son Edward went to Owensboro Saturday Miss Maria Watkins of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Manie Moorman IMiss Alberta OBrien of Louisville 1 s the guest of Mrs Isadore Popham I Mrs Joe Fallen and two children of 1ouisville are the guests of relatives hereII Mrs Hovious Behen and Mrs Leon SIcGavock were in Hawesville last week Mr and Mrs Proctor Keithspent Sunday at Hawesville the guests of reIJJ athescMr and Mrs Sam Berry and Miss Josie Berry have returned home from 1 LouisvilleMisses Brook and Nannie Hall of 1 Union Star err the guests of Mrs Chas Hall Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson spent I Saturday at Stephensport with Mrs Thos Blaine Mrs Mike Popham has been the guest of relatives in Owensboro and HendersonCMr and Mrs James Cordrey are vis ting Mr and Mrs F N DHuy at 1 Evanston Ill- biortlson Calhoon dentists office 1 downstairs 205 Fourth street botiL phones Owensboro Ky Mrs H V Duncan will go to Brandenburg the last Of the week to visit Dire David Dun an Mrs Robert Polk will have her new fall millinery goods on display Friday 1 and Saturday of this week Let us know when you have friends visiting you It helps to make the paper interesting Use your phone J Mr and Mrs N S Sanders of J Franklin Ind were here from Tobins J port Monday en route to their home Miss Maud Bannon who has been spending the summer with Mrs Joe Sawyer returned to her home at Eddy villa Sunday David Bowser who has been here several days in the tie business returned to his home at Anchorage Monday morning Mrs Maggie Dowell and daughter Fay of Lick Run and Miss Flora lasou of Stephensport are the guests of Mrs Robards at Tor Springs- In the will of R M Jolly probated I lest week the bequest made to Mrs Williams was simply a business transaction between Mr Jolly and Mrs I Williams and was not made as a gift George Windelkin of Paducah JohnII ftndelkin of Mt Carmel 111 andII Mrs Robertson and children of Nashville Tenn have been the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Henry Windelkin Mr and MraH Bowmer left J yesterday for a visit to Mrs Chas Mi nary at Bentou Harbor Mich Before returning home they will visit Mrs Walter Sherman at Toledo and Mrs Hugh Atkinson in Chicago Mr F W Siefferd special represen t tative of H E BucklenCo Chicago was here Monday Mr Siefferd saystt this is his old home and he is always glad to get here His mother was Miss Cassia Bush and his grandfather was Mike Bush who used to run the bakery years ago Everybody remembers IIhere Mike Bush as a fine old man a splendid baker 0000000000000000000000000o Consumption is less deadly than it used to bad Certain relief and usually complete recovery A will result from the following treatment Hope teat fresh air and Scotts Emulsion ALL DRUGGISTS 50o AND flOO OOOOHtO Miss Esther Popham will leave sOOn to enter school at Loretto Misses Effie and Cora Pate of Ow ensboro are the guests of Miss Claud PateMrs Robt Polk will have a trimme from Louisville at her millinery store in this city Chas Pate is building a one story cottage on the hill on the lot adjoining James Lewis place Mr and Mrs Wave Roff of Hender son were the guests of Mr and Mrs Henrv Pate Monday Hal Carrycurr of Chicago has been the guest of Mrs T D Ireland sad James Irland at Skillman this week Rev Currie requests all the officers of the Methodist church and Sunday school to be present at prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tHenderson Route Notes Cloverport to Petoskey and return August 31 11375 Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 Us and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Kentucky State Fair Cloverport to Louisville and return F3 Tickets sold Sept 14 to 20 inclu save Return limit Sept 23 Hardinsburg and return For train leaving Cloverport 940 a m Sept 2 3 4 5 Good returning Sept 6 1 Enters High School Work 4 t Mrs Ella Gregory and daughter t Dorothy were here Friday enroute to Sebree where Mrs Gregory has accepted a position in the city school Mrs Gregory will have charge of three special classes in the high school department for which she took a reyiow- at Bowling Green this summer Another Stephensporter Draws Lucky Number I 1 A V Whitworth of Stephensport 1 I drove the number 832 which was I advertised in the News last week as the ticket that got the rifle given away at the Masonic Barbecue by Conrad Payne R Co This makes the third I time persons from Stephensport have raven the lucky number from this com panyat the barbecues given here Mrs Bennett Entertained I I Miss Francis Smith entertained Saturday j afternoon at fortytwo in honor j of Mrs lIar aret Bennett of Zion KyI Those invited were Mrs Bennett Mrs Wick DeHaven Miss Ruth Haynes Miss Margaret Moorman Mrs L T Reid Mrs E T Haynes Mrs J H Rowland Mrs H V Duncan Miss Ella Smith and Miss Jane Smith GUSTON PERSONALS StillDugan Marriage School in Session With Large Attendance Miss Ida Simmons of near Big Spring has returned home after being the guest off Mr and Mrs Dan Dowell for the past month 0 C Richardson is able to be out again after being ill for some time with typhoid fever Mrs L B Arms of Irvington was the guest of Mrs Chas Still a few days last week Several from here attended the sale at Irvington Saturday School opened here last Monday with Mrs Will Roberts as instructor Enrollment thirty two scholarsIMiss Minnie Still was quietly married- to Charles Dugan in St Louis August i 19 at 5 p m Mr and Mrs Dan Dowellattended thatch at Irvington Mrs A O Marshall spent several days last week in Irvington the guest of friends and relatives Mrs A A Baxter is expected home this weekafter spending a week inCary don attending the fair Miss Nell and Clair Board of near Bfg Spring were the guest of Miss Lucille Richardson Saturday Sing Brown left Tuesday for Arkansas and trom there to the Phillipines E L Smith has had his house painted which made quite an improvement isenbarth Henderson Floating Palace Coring Eisenbarth Hendersons famous river show will be here Friday night September 6 on their return from the South Every feature of their program will be changed except the Johnstown Rood which is well worth seeing the second time Y Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for El Dr B W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentuck estimonials STEPHENSPQRT Mrs Mollie Adkisson hits returned home from Uniontown where she spent the summer with her brother Hewitt HawkinsTom has charge of the sec tion at Henderson and will move his family there this week Mrs S HDix has been sink for rev eral days but is improvingSat this writ ing Mrs Stanley Connor has typhoid fever at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Pike Conn Mr and Mrs R W Vaughan and family of Lexington were guests of Mr and Mrs L B Helm last week Mr and Mrs Grover Jarrett of Lou isville spent the day Sunday with their aunt Mrs E H Miller Little Henry Nevitt has gone to Brandenburg to attend school Miss Cornine Conn left Sunday for Bowling Green to attend the State NormalWilliam PetStt is in Tell City visiting his son W A Petitt Miss Mary B Basham and brother J T left Sunday for Bowling Green to attend the State Normal H DeH riOORMAN Attorney at Law- 11ARDINSBURt1 KY Will practice his profession In nil of tin Courts of Breckonrldgo and uiljolalo un t or Spuclui attention given to col ctlons feud cures und criminal practice License to practice In United Styles ll strict Courts Ut11co over Rank of Hurdlnsl urtf Land For Sale By Jno D Cabbage CIoverpcrtKy Town Property Two room cottage on lurnlY Avemu wall located Kentsforjl pur month THH CAIIM FOR SALEH mile offol Oloverporllanlillurdlnshnrlt roller from HardlnsburK LOT acres of I111- 1two story binding 1 rooms well at house two springs on form never known to Rodry n good orchard For pertlculurs ask Jno U habbage Uloverport Ky or James H iahllc POIt SALE 106 acres of Innd laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 utter ileared six In woodland Good burn 18 acres In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 1500 cash Kor further particulars write the Breckenrldce News 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PLANS ppOMnt Situation Misunderstood Her and Abroad Declares San Francisco lIltorH D HUlbert Asserts Japan I Needs Watching Natives Believe He ji toys United States and Other Pow- I are Fear ThemI II H De Young proprietor of the pan Francisco Chronicle who was re Mtitly Interviewed at the Hotel Ve- nme In ParIs by a New York Herald DOtrespondcnt says the present friction between America and Japan does not Mem to be well understood In Europe te on tho Atlantic side of the UnIted States The Idea of dispatching the fleet to the Pacific said Mr De Young shows long headedness by the govern ment Considering the way Japan eprang upon Russia when Russia was unprepared and while negotiations were In progress It Is the duty of the United States government to send the fleet to the Pacific In advance of and aerlous friction There appears to be something be hind the present Japanese attitude If they have any ulterior motive In view tile can spring upon us sere theThll Ipplnes and Hawaiian Islands and for tify them so it will be almost impos sible to recover them It will take months for the fleet to get to the Pa cific It Is well known In California that thousands of Japanese soldiers men and officers of the late war are now In Hawaii Working on sugar plantations are some 10000 or 15000 a nucleus large enough in fact to take the Islands were a Japanese fleet to furnish them with arms- I say the Japanese are seeking a cause to be Irritated They are plan ning an excuse for future action for otherwise the causes for their protests are too small There have been only two Incidents one being an outcome of the great tire and the other a small fight such as takes place In large cities every few days Critics seem to forget we lost twen tysix schoolhouses In the great fire Temporarily we tried to house the school children as best we could In wooden structures In order not to dis criminate we Immediately erected In Chinatown where most of the Chinese and Japanese live a school for Mon golians There was no feeling against the Japanese Their children attending school are only ninetythree in number They are clean nice cute children to Whom no one could object Our kindness was met by the state ment that Japanese were not Mongolians Their objection to going with Chinese was the onlyI exhibition of race prejudice noticeable This Isolation was Imply a temporary expediency As to the restaurant fight It was because two Irishmen tried to get breakfast In u Japanese restaurant Without paying which precipitated a fight such as might have occurred In an Italian or German restaurant under like circumstances The Importance of the affair has been greatly magnified- To charge the San Francisco people with race prejudice Is a great mistake There Is nothing of the Jim Crow spir it there San Francisco Is as cosmopolitan as Paris for In Its streets people of every nationality may be seen dally A man from Calcutta or a Parsee in White robes attracts no attention In spite of the rottenness In politics neither the city government nor the state government nor the people of California would permit for one moment abuse of any man on account of his nationality In fact Chinese or Japanese on account of the spirit of freedom we try to uphold would bo even less liable to attack than Amerl cane Homer B Hulberts twentyone years of residence in Korea hIs Intimacy with the Emperor Yl his close range observation of Japanese aggressiveness In the orient and his semiofficial diplomatic work in behalf of Korea render his opinions as to the Japanese question of great value In discussing The possible international effects of Japans gradual encroacbments in Ko rea he recently said One thing Is absolutely certain and that Is that the United States did a- very wise thing when It brought its battleships back from the Philippines In my opinion they were in positive danger from Japan We should not leave two or three battleships In the Pacific Either keep them all away or send a big fleet there Safety lies In no other course- I do not wish to even seem to be trying to foster a war spirit I am riot a Jingo But in their complacent American way the people of this coun try are taking too lightly as I believe a question that Is of tho deepest im portance not alone to us but to other great powers To put the situation with tho ut most conservatism Japan will bear patching Those not intimately and correctly Informed as to the feeling in that country cannot appreciate tho im portance Japan attaches to itself Japan Is flushed with pride over her achievements against RussIa She believes she can do anything She doubts not an instant that tho other powers wren the United States are afraid of kr She thinks sho has accomplished In forty years In tho way of civiliza 1 tion what it took 00 1000 yearn to IIK8 te limlurt B JJBL erve Napoleon Bonaparte waa the per sonification of the present feeling In Japan Like him she took advantage of an enemys weakness and was suc cessful In it Intoxicated by that early success she firmly believes there is no limit to her power But It should be distinctly understood now that the time is coming when the powers will have to unite as they did against Na poleon to check Japans rapacious ca reer and give her her proper place among nations History will write this countrys part In the spoliation of Korea by Ja pan in terms of which we will not be proud There Is no question that at Portsmouth President Roosevelt offered Japan a free hand In Korea In ex change for the waiver of Indemnity from Russia This comes from Japa nese sources And this In the face of the full treaty relations between Ko rea and the United States We ruth lessly broke our word and the result Is the debauchery and ruin of Korea by theJapaneseBut was one feature which we overlookedour commercial Interests In Korea As rapidly as Japanese dom ination increases In Korea In Just that proportion will American export trade decrease especially in cotton lumber tobacco and flour Not only this but Japanese suprem acy as It finds expression In Korea means utter disregard of the rights of Americans and Englishmen The Man chu syndicates experience In the goldmine case at Hamhung Is one of hundreds of Instances In point In short Japan In Korea Is not only doing all It can to annihilate the helpless dynasty and the people but Is treading danger qUBly close to the toes of other powers In tinjeeaud I believe no very long time there can be but one result That this condition exists is duo to two things one the misapprehension that prevails as to Japans course in Korea and the other the fear on the part of the great powers not of Japan individually but of the complications that might arise If any one power were to Interfere It has been believed generally that Japan In Korea has been a benevolent protector Nothing could be further from the truth There is another phase to this Ko reaJapan affair that has been over looked This is Its effect on China While saying nothing China has been watching Japans course In Korea with an eagle eye She has seen Japan vio late without excuse and In defiance of all honor and morals every pledge she has made to Korea This Is not cal culated to foster confidence on the part of China in Japans word Further than this Japanese domination growing stronger dally In Ko rea means to China the gaining of Japans first solid foothold on the mainland This is u most vital consideration and may result later In com plications f the utmost Importance Japan never will release Manchuria and that will not help the situation between the Chinese and the Japa neseThe way to get rid of a cold whether it be a bad cold or just a little one is to get it out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates and acts gently on the bowels Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists B5 onaw Tnan Cottage In Panama According to Edwin H Weeks and his wife who arrived at New York recently from Colon Panama by the steamer Colon and who have been on the Isthmus of Panama entertaining I the canal employees the government has promised to every man who brings a bride to the canal zone or marries there a detached cottage says the New York Sun The result has been Mr Weeks says that there has been u boom in cottage building and marry- Ing The brides and bridegrooms are ahead of the cottages by several laps but the government builders are hustling to even things up Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order trouble has become prevalent not uncommon for child be afflicted weak kid the child urinates too often the urine scalds the flesh when the child reaches age when should be control the passage yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon the cause of the difficulty kidney trouble and the first should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not habit most people suppose Women men are made mis erable kidney and bladder trouble remedyThesoon realized by druggists In fifty cent and one sizes You may dollarII or diseasedKidney so that It is a to born with neys If if or if an It able to It Is It Is step to a as as well as with SwampRoot Is It Is sold malliri nome of Brampnoot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer fie Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tb name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton N Y eon every bottle t J J Womanly Ways The Penalty of Being Always Late Housekeepers and Homemakers The Safety That Lies In Silence A Fatal Mistake n Lets not ask her to go with us little Mrs Smith spoke up Wby not She would enjoy It so- muchr put in another member of the partyYes I know but girls Its the only opportunity we have this season of hearing that concert and we want to be there early so we can get good seatsYesand shes always late The four women looked at each oth er 1 guess wed better not invite her they decided And so Mrs Latesome paid the pen alty of her reputation Really she is too trying for any words Ask her to meet you somewhere and It she doesnt forget It ab solutely she will be from half to three quarters of an hour late If you want to start out for anyplace at 8 oclock you have to tell her you are coming at half past 2 if you expect to find her ready when you call She Is incorrigible Time and time again her husband has threatened to leave her at home and for fear of that eke as started to dress an hour ahead oftimeVain effort At the last moment something Is sure to go wrong She Tjfts lost her veil or cant find her glovesThe contents of a dozen bureau drawers are ransacked and scattered to the floor while her husband looks on with rage in hIs heart Poor Mrs Latesome I dont think she will ever reform And there are othors like her II A Change For the Better I The woman of today remarks a recent writer may not be as good u housekeeper as her grandmother but she Is a better homemaker agreeWhen you consider the horrors of housecleanIngnow very happily done tOOKDNJ Fon THXNOS AT THE LAST MIN UTE away withand remember that nil the rooms were ripped up practically at once so that the family had to cat off barrels in the shed and sleep in some eases in the kitchen it makes you mighty grateful times have changed The old fashioned housekeeper was painfully exact Certain things were done on certain dates and on these very dates regardless of everything else they were accomplished The man of the house had to get out from underfoot and save his books and pa pers from destruction as best he might There was a place for everything and everything was in its place There was no lounging or slopping around or smoking promiscuously- Yes Indeed we women have Im proved We no longer shut up the best room In the bouse and keep it for tompanyWo less regard for the com pany and more for the comfort of our lear ones I ISlience Is Golden I The wise woman Is the silent one Never make any remark whatever about your neighbors and then you wont bo misconstrued gossIpIngtheyBsten You can make yourself more popular by being a good audience than greattealI IByI Way of Warning I What a great mistake It Is for a woman to become tho slave of her fables Limiting her life to theirs she husfnnDentally meeting important people and toeing more of life every day Just how great n mistake a woman pokes In this direction she herself ap preciates when the children havo all throughLerband have grown as far apart as AM antipodes MAUD BOBIN80N 1e q+ a TJae ctecliwi tthe ten trade to viewed with alarm in China Italy has 230 convicts to the million Inhabitants which is the highest rec ordCoffee plantations in bloom are snow white and exhale a delicious odor but the blossoms die In a day Four thousand graves in South Africa of British soldiers who fell In the late war still remain unmarked A woman of twentyfive has been appointed grave digger bell ringer and organist in the Danish town of Gre Baa She is the first grave digger In DenmarkSaloon men near Bellevue hospital New York city object to a small drink ing fountain which has been placed on tho iron fence of the hospital by the womans auxiliary of the Church Tem perance society The house at Lltchficld Conn in which Judge Tappan Reeve started the first law school in this country in 1774 has Just been sold at auction to parties who will see that it is preserved for Its historic value A nugget weighing five ounces which must have been passed over by wheeled traffic for years has been found in the main street at Linton near Ballarat Australia by one John Godden as he was returning from workThe authorized life of McKinley which Secretary of the Treasury George Bruce Cortelyou Is expected to publish a few years hence is intended to be to the third of the martyred presidents what Nicolay and Hays was to Lincoln- A Phillips Me young lady learned recently that sour milk will remove mildew from silk waists So in a pan of sour milk her best waist was put and carefully set away But her father meant that pan of sour milk for the pigs and the girl later found rem nants of the waist in the pigpen erection Lincolns secretary of war at Steu benvllle 0 his native town is pro gressing favorably The statue will be the first erected to Stanton and the sculptor is Alexander Doyle of Now York who Is a native of Steubenvlllc An effort is being made In some parts of India to encourage the natives to kill the crocodiles which In fest the large rivers It Iff said that high prices can be obtained by selling the skirts to American hide dealers and at the same time one of the dangers of Indian river life will be re movedIn Africa a Chinese laborer is undergoing Imprisonment for theft and desertion from the Johannesburg mines During his trial he Informed the magistrate that he left his work with the intention of walking home from Africa to China and that he hoped to reach it by following the railway line The score of n hitherto unknown opera by Verdi has been found In a cabinet of old papers at the Villa Ver di at Santa Agatha Verdi in his willi directed that the contents of the cabinet be destroyed These were being examined when the score was found It seems to be an early work of the composerCommander Robert E Pear LY S X has purchased of her Damarlscotta owners the ancient pinky schooner Mary and will lave her restored iIn an effort to perpetuate this vanishing style of craft The Mary Is strongly built and In good condition She Is the second oldest merchant vessel under the American Hug having been built at Portsmouth In 1811 Peat contains much water and In a newly patented process It Is pressed with dry cement to form such materials as pipes building blocks etc The water necessary for the hardenin of the cement Is drawn from the peat This results in close union of the con stituent parts and the product Is giv en great strength and resistance to at mospheric action They have a systematic way of deal Ing with rubbish in Germany The sorting of house dust has been com pulsory in Charlottenburg since April 1 The householder must provide three receptacles for refusenamely for ashes and sweepings for cooking refuse and for industrial waste such as paper and rags The rubbish thus systematically sorted is then applied to various uses The model for the statue which is to be erected to the memory of the late Senator George F Hoar by popular subscription from the people of Worcester Mass has been completed by the sculptor Daniel Chester French and It is expected In time for dedication next October It will be erected on tine common somewhere in the vicinity of the city hall Worces terThe John Harvard house at Strat tordonAvon has been restored through the instrumentality of an American beef packers money and an English novelists interest in Shake speares native town Nelson Morris of Chicago bought the homo sometime ago and commissioned Marl 2orelll to supervise the restoration The house is one of tho most interest- Ing of all tho relics of Shakespeare time V Ford Greaves who has been honorably discharged from the posl ioft of chief electrician of the United States navy is Indorsed by Admiral Evans as a roan having no superior as- a wireless electrician on board any ships of his fleet At the time of the Kingston earthquake he received the transmitted wireless messages stead- Ily for seventeen hours when the apparatus broke down from the strain ThIs Is the first occasion of the wireless being used to furnish the world with news IorII a r 4 Little Nonsense flow and Then I Relished by the Wisest JUen 47IJudgesJudges Library I100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt qf TWENTY CENTS we will enter your gar1efor n three months trial subscription for either of these bright witty and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIE WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of lime Address Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York x i Th- eSouthernI Railway Offers Very Low Round Trip Homeseekers Rates T- oArkansas Indian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma and Texas IITickets on se First and Third Tuesdays I RanIIrI lLouls lIe KyDEI fIIEfjBIIBlJ MUNICIPALUNACY By JOHN K NDRICK BANGS Has anybody yet thought of the desirability of municipal ownership of the barber shops 7 If not it is respectfully suggested that the matter be look ed Into for under private control it is undeniable that many abuses have grown up No misplaced respect for alleged private rights should be per milted to take the lather out of tho mouths of the public r k The Brooklyn Eagle says thatyou simply cant marry business and poll tics Ah but you can Misalliances are always possible The real trouble will come when you try to divorce them even for cause lit H Only a toot would suggest managing gas companies street car companies and so on regardless of cost Hearsts New York Evening Journal Now William stop calling yourself names Leave that to your enemies kkgOne thing is very certain It capital ists refuse to take the municipal bonds that are being offered on the markets it wont take more than fifteen minutes for an alert common council to pass an ordinance requiring them to take them Better be warned in time ye money sharks When that ordinance is passed who knows but that one of its provisions will set the price of a hundred dollar bond at 125- 7tilt Too much credit has ruined many a man Wherefore the city thatcannot sell its mortgages for over 83Y Is just that much further from ruin as 83Y is from par Q E D kkThere seems to be a general sus picion In New York city that them re flourishing of its pool rooms and other gambling Institutions arc con trolled by a committee of municipal officials acting ex officio This is one of the few varieties of municipal con trol which can be said to realize enor mous profits kkN- orthfield Vt before starting in up on municipal ownership owed 2082 At the close of the experiment it owed 147310 a nIce little profit of 45237 ttOpera Note of the FutureNow that New York city has assumed charge of tho Metropolitan Opera House and op era has been thoroughly municipalized the music lovers of the city aro look- Ing forward with much curiosity to what promises to be an Interesting sea son The appointment of Mr Fassett the well known plumber to its man agement by tho common council will infuse new spirit Into the institution though there aro still timid souls who doubt whether the artists ho has en gaged notably Mr OBrien the livery stable keeper and Miss Maggie Dugan of Laceys ribbon counter to BlngBomeo and Juliet are vocally equal to tho roles assigned them Those who have heard lalwi Duns samflaoo a Cub boY are LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GO I INCORPORATED J Fast Mail and Passenger Line 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by Man j safely and conveniently from any part of the State y We pay 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital se cures you Meal and Feed Iat Mortons Mill We have just put in ate improved Corn and eed Mill Are prepared to grind nd furnish meal and feed n short notice- CHARLES MORTON Owner NervousWornOut If you are in this condition your nerve force is weakthe power is giving out the organs of your body have f slowed up and do their work imperfectly This failure to do the work required clogs the system and brings distress and disease When the nerves are weak the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blood through your veins the stom ach fails to digest food the kidneys lack power to filter impurities from the blood and the poisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease Nerve energy must be restored Dr Miles Nervine will do it because it strengthens the nerves it is a nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous system Several years ago I was nil broken down I was nervous wornout could sot sleep and was In constant pain i octored for months and finally tho doctor beg could do nDrMlleain I taking Nervine and used altogether eight bottles and I became strong and thy and now weigh 170 pounds C II C CUNNINGHAM 108 Ellsworth Ave Allegheny Pa Dr Miles I by yourguaranteetfrwoQlct who will that the Ant Yottfe will benefit If It falll hat wMI refund your money KilM MtdicalCo Elkhart Ini IN MEREST Of THE PEOPLE Great Awakening On the Subject Of Tax Reform Many States Taking Steps to Abolish Old Methods In Favor of Better Kentuckys Case There Is no question of greater Im portance before the people of Ken tuoky at present than the question of taxation Those who Save Interested themselves In studying the growth of the states Industries during the past year and watched the attempts to de velop Its resources have been deeply Impressed with the fact that our tax laws form a most serious obstacle to ucceess So deepseated Is this con Tictlon in the minds of hundreds of appearstoKentucky will at last make up their minds that nothing Is more worthy of their serious attention than this tax question As a rule they concern themselves with it only when the as sossor makes his annual call or when they walk up to tho tax collectors of flee to settle Then they are fully er suaded that the whole tax system Is wrong but as soon as the tax has been paid and the smart of it has been for gotten the whole question is apt to he passed up again without another thought until another assessment and paying time rolls around- It Is important to Kentucky that the people of the state should realize that taxation bears In a most vital way upon the prosperity of the state and in order that taxation may be wisely adjusted it Is necessary for the intent gent people of the state to turn them selves to a careful study of the whole question and persist In It until the tax system of the stato is of a kind that will yield all the necessary revenues with the least possible burden Ac cording to the Justice or Injustice of the tax according to Its reasonableness or its oppressiveness capital is invited to a community or driven from It industries will flourish or bo de stroyed competition with other states may be possible or may be rendered out of the question justice may be done or flagrant Injustice Imposed I The Committee of the Senate No little disappointment was felt by those who have studied the tax situ atlon In Kentucky when the committee of the State Senate appointed to consider tax questions during the in terim between the sessions of 1904 and 190G failed to recommend anything more than an attempt to raise more revenues along the lines of the old rev enue bill In its report to the senate veryIIchanges In our system but It reported the conclusion that It was not at that time advisable to do more than at tempt to perfect the old system along old lines Tho reason given for this in the report was that the revenue system then In force had perhaps not been sufficiently tried out and was en titled to a longer experiment And there is much to be said against hasty tinkering with tax laws Did Its Best There Is no doubt that the committee Itself felt disappointed In not being able to recommend something more It spent many months In carefully con sidering the tax situation It held hearings in various parts of the state at which hearings there appeared be fore the committee by its Invitation representative farmers and business men to present their views on the sub ject of taxation The committee could not fall to be Impressed with the general dissatisfaction with the system in force In Kentucky and yet they did not then think tho time ripe to recom mend a departure The net result of the committees report was an attemnt by the leglsla jire to tighten up the teaks In the old system and to make one further des berate but futile effort to get satlsfac out of the old plan of the uniform general property tax Of course this attempt has not succeeded It probably never will succeed and in other states public men have ceased to expect that such a plan can by any probability succeed From the rapid progress made in the last 10 years In the study of public finances those who best understand the question havo reached the conclusion that tho unl form general property tax is unsound productlveAn Official Tax Commission There has grown up in the state some sentiment for a tax commission dutyitwhole question of taxation with a view to devising a better system along new linos and of course now lines are not possible in Kentucky without first changing the constitution At present our constitution ties us fast to the general property tax as It Is called that Is to the system of levy- Ing the same tax upon all classes of property for all purposes Othor states have employed such n commis sion with good results and Indeed commissions of this kind are now at work In a number of states getting to the very bottom of thQ question of tax ation and doing a work that Is result- Ing gradually in a vast Improvement of tax methods So far Kentucky has made no stop In this direction Volun tary organizations like the State De velopment Association and various commercial bodies have appointed tax committees who are doing the best they can to gather information on this subject but it is possible that there develop the necessity for an offi mar tax commission Whether this should come about or not the demand is becoming very in sistent In many quarters for a thor ough Investigation and reform of our taxpayerbegins overhaulingho pointIsof the state At Work In Ohio This sort of unrest as to taxation matters is widespread In Ohio the State Board of Commerce is engaged In actively advocating an amendment to the Ohio state constitution There Is also a tax commission which has an official existence engaged In hold Ing hearing all over the state and giving citizens of every occupation a chance to air their views on the sub- Ject The difficulty In Ohio is very KentuckyTheyeral prop rt tax They are pushing an amendment which will allow the legislature to separate the sources of revenue that is to raise the state revenue from certain classes of prop erty leaving other classes of property to be taxed for local purposes only Ohio has tried before to get amend ment to its constitution along these lines but has failed but sentiment In the state now if an opinion may be formed by the hearings given by the tax commission is overwhelmingly In favor of the amendment Missouri Is Busy In Missouri a special tax commis lion of which Frederick N Hudson was chairman recommended to the legislature the separation of the sources of state and local revenue and proposed a constitutional amend ment providing lor such separation givIng greater dIscretion to the legis laturo and also giving to localities local option in matters of taxation The amendment was adopted by the last legislature of Missouri and will be voted on by the people of the state at the next general election This amendment provides that the sources of state and local revenue shall be sep arated by the year 1909 and that thereafter the counties in the state may tax or exempt for local purposes any class of property in the discre tion of the county court It will be ob served that both Ohio and Missouri are striving for the system of separat ing local and state sources of revenue This Is the system that hasbeen In successful operation for many years In Pennsylvania and It seems the logical and only satisfactory solution of the present complicated tax situation Minnesota Makes Progress The people of Minnesota at the last election held In that state ratified a constitutional amendment which prac tically removed all limitations as to the power of the legislature In rela tion to taxation The legislature at Its session last winter passed two measures recommended by the governor for the purpose of putting Into effect the provisions of the constitu tional amendment One of these pro vided for a permanent tax commission to recommend amendments to the rev enue laws and to perform certain ad ministrative work The other meas ure Imposed a recording tax on mort gages of onehalf of one per cent In this mortgage tax Minnesota is follow ing the experiment successfully tried by the state of New York Under this plan the tax of onehalf of one per cent Is collected when the mortgage Is re corded and the mortgage Is thereafter exempt from taxation Old mortgages may be registered on payment of one half of one per cent tax and are thereafter also exempt from further taxa tion In both Minnesota and New mortgageshasIncreased revenue It has some very decided advantages over the plan which Kentucky is now trying the chief visible effect of which at present Is to tax holders of mortgages who live In the state while exempting holders of mortgages on Kentucky property who live outside the state In Illinois the Civic Federation of Chicago has procured the Introduc tion of an amendment to the consti tution of the state very similar to that adopted In Minnesota Activity In Other States In the state of Washington there has been very considerable agitation of the question of taxation and the last legislature passed a measure affect- Ing the method of taxing Intangible personality One result of separating different kinds of property for different rates of taxation and for different purposes is that the tax burden can In this way bo Just to each class of property according to its burdonbear lug capacity- In the state of Oklahoma a clause was Inserted In the constitution very similar to the tax provisions of the Minnesota constitution A number of other states have tax commissions at work Texas has Just been overhaul Ing its tax laws The tax commission of California has Just made its report In the state of New York a tax reform league has been at work for nearly fifteen years with the rasujt that porno YouLook LookYellow The trouble is your livers productsbile your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver tonic orsBI- acDraughtgreat the sick liver It purifies the blood renews the appetite feeds the nerves dears the brain and cures consti pation It Is a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try It At all dealers in tuuledidMs Im 2Sc patkacll very wise amendments to the taiTaws- of that state have been made Needs Thorough Study No state needs to have the tax ques inthestates as well as with due regard to Its own experience more than does Kentucky For fifteen years since the new constitution was adopted wo have striven hard to realize that dream of uniformity In taxation wHlch animated the makers of the new con Indoingof the state have Increased but the tax burden has been extremely heavy on some classes of pronerty while some classes of property have gone al most scot free The amount of money stocks and bonds reported for taxa tion Is ridiculously small The falsity of the tax returns betrays Itself upon comparison with the reports of the deposits In the banks The only kind of personal property that does not es cape taxation is that visible tangible personal property found chiefly on the farm The farmer can not hide his horses cattle and farming imple ments so he has to pay while the man In town can hide his money or his stocks and bonds and escape his share of the burden This will al ways be the case while human nature uponKentuckying a revenue from this elusive class of propertyIt take a long time for Kentucky to reach the point of be lieving In the policy of separating the sources of revenue selecting one class of property from which to raise Its state revenues another class of prop erty from which to raise Its city rev enues Unless the experience of all other states Is to bo belled by the ex perience of Kentucky that Is what we arc to come to some time though It may be far In the future We can not well continue to adhere to a system that Is being abandoned by other states and whlChl1f persisted In will put us In th or handicapping our property owners of every class with a burdensome tax system which will seriously Injure them In tho sharp competition wit 3 the I less heavily bur dened property owners of other states It Ila at least worth while for Ken tucky to be studying the question and iilnk seriously about It There are a great many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all the time Their food may satisfy the appetite but it tails to nourish the body simply because the stomacb is not in fit condition to do the work it is supposed to do It cant di gest the tood you eat The stomach should be given help You ought to take something that will do the work your stomach cant do Kodol for Indi gestion and Dyspepsia a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids digests the food itself and gives strengthand health to the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by all drug gists THE CLEVER MOTHER She Is the Friend of Her Sons snd Daughters Many women who are careful houso keepers and think they are good moth ers are really away outside the lives of tholr children because they do not understand thorn Whet a mother does not understand and sympathize with her little ouos those children will not give her their confidenceThey seek friends outside of tho home and as they grow older they will be away more and more until at length their parents will not even know where they are half the time The wise mother realizes this She does not make so many preserves or keep her house In such apple pie order A UNITED FAMILY perhaps but she has tlmo to take walks with the children to go over their lessons with them and to listen to all their little troubles and difficul tiesA mother makes a great mistake In not keeping up to dato and clever How many times I have heard n daughter exclaim Oh I couldnt tell motherI You know sho doesnt under stand things as they are now Shes awfully old fashlonedl And tho worst of It was tho girl was right Tho mother in question was a weakling who had neither kept up with her husband nor her children and whom consequently they treated like an undeveloped child The woman who cares about having a united family will be every ones chum She will tako a lively Interest In her husbands affairs welcome her daughters many friends and throw open tho house to tho schoolmates other son She noed never fear lost her children leave her alone and prefer other houses to their own home BLXNOB GRAY POWER OF SOCIALISTS Will Soon Rule the World Says Professor Bushnell INCREASING SOCIALISTIC VOTE Unequal Distribution of Wealthand Poverty tho Causes Says Lecturer Onetwelfth of American Wealth Represented by Steel Trust Directors Professor Charles J Bushnell recently delivered a lecture at Washington In which ho said that the time was not far distant when the Socialists will hold tho balance of power In the various governments If Indeed they do not now control In several of them Tho Improvement of Industrial Conditions was the subject of his lecture and he laid particular stress up on these propositions says a Wash ington special to the New York World That since the organization of the trusts of which out of the 400 largest all but ten have been started since 1890 there has been a wonderful Increase of trust made products amounting In many Instances to two three four and even six fold That the wealth of the country is In creasing at the rate of 18000000000 a year That Its distribution Is becoming In creasingly disproportionate causing great Injustice hardship and suffering That tho control of the nations wealth and through It of the nation Itself Is fast centering In the hands of a few one eighth of the families now owning seven eighths of Its wealth It Is said on good authority that the control of one twelfth of tho nations wealth Is represented at tho meeting of the twentyfour directors of the United States Steel corporation alone and that the all Important railway systems of the country are controlled by Just six men with only one supremely dominantThat the other hand 10000000 or one eighth of the people of the country are In constant poverty whllo 4000000 are pau persThat through poorly coordinated and selfishly administered Industrial enter prises nearly 1000000 Ignorant immigrants are landed each year and congested In the most crowded Industrial centers In the city of New York an average of one Im migrant arrives every fortytwo seconds and an arrest occurs every four minutes That under tho pressuro of these abnor mal conditions drinking smoking mur der sulclda Insanity robbery graft and social vice are Increasing faster than the population causing financial loss that more than counterbalances our annual national gain of wealth There are many people In this coun try said Professor Bushnell who still do not think that any Important changes have lately occurred or aro about to occur In our Industrial and political life To convince such that they should be more wide awake to the signs of their times let me present as an Inflexible adherent of no one po Utica party or creed or tenet a few evidences that the old order changeth yielding place to new The modern trust Is the response under individualistic conditions to the inevitable demand for a more unified and economical business organization I And socialism Itself with all its past faults and failures Is but the further effort to carry the will of the people effectively Into our Industrial as well as our political life By Its demand that we should own and control collectively what we need to use collee tlvely socialism Is a protest against the theory that all a workingman needs and wants are a roof a family and a full dinner pall It Is an as piration for a fuller and nobler social lifeSo we might point out tho same democratic tendency In every other great social reform force of our day That many people are cooping to believe In socialism Europeans are much better aware than aro Americans Here Is a statement of the Increas ing Socialist vote of recent years In the different countries Year Vote Germany 1861 30000 Germany 1907 3250000 France 1887 47000 France 1900 880000 Great Britain fix 55000 Great Brftatn1506 312COO Italy 1883 49000 Italy 1900 215800 Belgium 1891 820000 Belgium 1902 4C7000 Switzerland 1881 3591 Switzerland 1902 100000 Denmark 1872 2M Denmark 1903 65000 Austria 1897 760000 Austria 1901 780000 United States 1888 2068 United States 1904 442402 Some of these votes notably In Austria have greatly Increased since tho last date here given tho total So cialist vote of tho world having In creased from 80000 In 1807 to more than 7000000 today In 1000 there were 087 Socialist Journals and 821 Socialist legislators out of a total for the leading countries of tho world of 5102 In tho principal countries of Europe the Socialists havo now sot tho main Issues for every political party and It appears to be only a question of time and a not very distant time when they will do so in America At the present rate of increase in plte of all kinds of legal and political obstacles how long do you think it will be before the majority of the great nations 5000 legislators are So cialists And If this majority Is gain ed then tho question of Industrial betterment is bound to take a now turn for which every Intelligent person should be prepared If wo can keep our American citi zenshlp unselfish intelligent and truly patriotic we need have no fear for the future If not we will have trouble Burbank Daisy Its OfficialI Flower Tho Alaska daisy conceived by Lu ther Burbank of Santa Rosa Cal live years ago will be adopted as the official flower of the AlaskaYukonPa clfic exposition says the Seattle Times The Alaska daisy was grown by graft Ing a field daisy and a chrysanthemum Extenslvo beds of Burbanka flowers will be scattered tttroogh tH 1900 fair froundB v HINTS FOR THE PICNIC Properly Managed It May Be Made R Delightful Affair The picnic Is a time honored Institution at which persons who believo themselves to be advanced Indeed are in the habit of sneering In the most supercilious manner To possess thot capacity for enjoying a picnic Is ac cording to their ruling to be of a very Inferior Intellectual and social condi tion Fortunately not all of ua can or would dwell among the stars nnd the old fashioned picnic properly man aged has attractions to which even the most blase may succumb I I IBenefits of an Excursion fI The advantages of a picnic are not all obvious Although the ants may crawl over the butter oven the most hardened dyspeptic generally brings on appetite to the noon spread and that Is no mean result In those days of tonics and pick me ups The deep drafts of pure fresh air taken In by the lungs after the vigorous exercise that should be part of the outing are worth a good deal more to the system than the same gallons of atmosphere absorbed when the body Is In perfect repose as It would be In lounging on the veranda of a summer hotel or cottage II IPlanning a PicnIc II To be all that It should be a picnic must be carefully planned Any old place provided It is in the country Is not good enough for the outing If it is to be a family or neighborhood picnic a couple of boys old enough to take care of themselves will gladly undertake to act as advance agents for the party in making the selection Pay their car fare provide them with a nice luncheon and they will put more zeal and enterprise into the se lection of a site for the festivities than any adult could be induced to infuse at a good salary per week When the youngsters have found a place that THE OLD FASHIONED PICNIC meets all the requirementsnot too inaccessible high and dry and well shaded with such picturesque fea tures as all picnic grounds should have the preparations for the excursion may be begun in good earnest I IAmusement Accessories I If children are to be Included in the party the picnic grounds should be as near home as possible On the outskirts of every town are to be found pretty groves or unused fields that may be utilized if the real woods are too far distant and a trip by train la not expedient For the children there should be two or three of the top outfits for digging a hammock to swing from tree to tree and the rope for putting up swings Let the boys have their baseball outfits if they wish J JThe Woodland Feast I The picnic feast is of course an important feature of the outing The old fashioned way was to heap the baskets with pies and cakes It is much more sensible to select plain substantial food such as is craved by hungry stomachs after much exercise As the water supply may not be above reproach a bottle of milk cold tea or lemonade prepared by squeezing the juice Into a bottle and adding water and sugar when It Is to bo used la well worth considering Of course tea or coffee may be made by building a fire in the woods and this will delight the young folks of the party but on a warm day It has no charms for their elders An alcohol lamp on which about a quart of tea or coffee may be prepared is a device that should appeal to inveterate picnick ers ttImmunItyII From Insects II The insects that cause so much an noyance may be kept off the face and hands by anointing them with oil of potronella oil of citronella oil of pennyroyal or even common kerosene provided you can endure tho odor Gnats and mosquitoes spoil many an outing but with a bottle of one of these odorous oils in your possession you can onjoy Immunity from stings In case of an accident It Is woll to add to this supply a small bottlo of witch hazel which If applied to Imwet bliss will alleviate tho ttttag olmott ttfriNtoo ttnly u ABunol u arnRQDI1t J T L i v i l A I f i5 i oJI i I fit ti1d B0 if t K CX A nv tv rist n1 H i lit Irfci O V It t I JII J lj i i f I i i I E ii- I iI I ik I MATTINQLY R F Frank wont to Owensboro last weekMrs W B Taul has returned from e the Tar Springs Mrs JamG Taul of Evansville i is visiting relatives Burton Oram of St Louis who has been visiting relatives here and at Oloverport has returned home Dick Newman who has been employed at Evansville for some time has returned homeMr and Mrs Charlie Pate of Pisgah have moved to Mattingly Miss Maud Miller of Clover Creel was the guest of the Misses Furrow litt SaturdayMiss Davis of Harntd came last Wednesday to be with her sitter Mrs S Lasley and attend school Mr and Mrs Charlie Howard of Jeff crsonville Ind came last Saturday for a brief stay with her father Dr William Howard Mr and Mrs M E Hambleton and children visited relatives at Cloverport last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Hinton visited rel atives over in Tobinsport last weekI Mrs Susan tate of Mike is visiting her son Ernest Pate and wife at Clover portLaura Petty col died Aug 19 of consumption Laura was an unusually bright girl and was devoted to her wid owed mother who will sadly miss her MisLillian Wilson visited her sister Mrs Owen Elmore and family at Tar Fork lost Saturday and Sunday- A letter from some of our Kansas or Oklahoma friends would be quite inter esting Write soon During the thunder storm recently the lightning struck the residence of Mr Owen Seaton near Mattingly demolishing two flues tearing off paper and plaster then ran along the water pipe and down in the rain barrel tearing it to pieces Mis Seaton and daughter Jes sie were the only ones of the family that were home and fortunately were not hurt The News stated last week that Mrs Fraize was disappointed in her cucum ber vines that that they did not bear Mrs Sarah Frank of Mattingly says for her to top her vines and watch the resultMrs Joe Bailey of Louisville is vis iting her mother Mrs Addle Camp and other relatives here Mrs Al Miller and Mrs Frank Bivin Visited relatives at Mattingly last Sun dayThe stork has recently visited the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Meadows and left a fine boy James Owen I Pain anywhere pain in the head painful periods Neuralgia toothache all pains ono be promptly stopped by a thoroughly safe little PinK Cindy Tahletknown by druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets Pain simply tueaiiH congestion undue blood rlressnre at the point where pain exists Dr Shoot8 Headache Tablets quickly equalize this unnatural blood pressure and pAin immediately departs Write Dr Snoop Rsoiii Wis snit get a free tri 1 package Large box 35 cts Sold by All Dealrn- 3NARNED HAPPENINGS Social Notes And Personal Items Of Interest Rev Joseph DugginK filled Rev Englishs appointment at the Baptist church Sunday Miss Nannie Beauchamp and Mr Forrest Beard spent Saturday at Kings wood the guest of Miss Madeline Frost Mr and Mrs Crofford Beauchamp and little daughter Myrtle and their guwt Mrs Clara Popham spent a few days with relatives in Grayson Co last week Mr Willis Payne who was taken suddenly ill Saturday is much better at this writing Miss Hester Shellman of Mississippi is visiting friends end relatives in this community The singing given by Mrs Della Butler Tuesday night was well attended and all report a pleasant time Misses Nannie Beauchamp and Nora and Hallie Beatty arc attending school atKingswoodMiss Day of Jolly is visiting friends and relatives at this place Rev and Mrs Duggins Mrs Ella Davis and Miss Reptie Snyder went to Black Lick this week to attend the Breckenridge Association Kentucky Fairs 1907 Ohio County Fair 1114 Glasgow Sept 1114 HardinsburgSept 35 PembrokeAug 1517 Lexington Aug 1217 Eliiabethtown Aug 2729 HendersonJuly 2327 Madisonville July 30Aug 3 Hodgenville Sept 1012 BardstownSept 47 GuthrieSept 1214 Uniontown Aug 610 Sebree Sept 1821 Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 1621 I DUKES ITEMS School Opens Next Monday Much Illness in the Neighborhood Those on the sick list are Miss Pearl Basbam Mrs Leona Campbell and John DukeRichard Sapp returned to his home Owensboro Sunday after a few atII visit with bis daughter Mrs CampbellMrs Lamb of Patesville vis ited Mrs L Newbury Thursday Homer Tindle made a business trip to patevUle Monday Mr and Mrs W T Haidin returned to their home at Weber Saturday after a weeks visit with relatives here Rev Brear accompanied by his wife and baby of Earned filled his regular appointment here Saturday evening aud Sunday Misses Rena and Ola Jarboe of Pates ville spent Sunday with Misses Carrie and Pearl Basham Mr and Mrs Dave Isome and children of Goering attended church here Sunday and dined with Mr and Mrs Jerry Basham Dick Slaughter is very feeble at this writingMiss Flora Newbury spent Thursday evening the guest of Miss Carrie BashamThe party given by Mr and Mrs Lud Flake Saturday night was largely attended and all reported a good time School will begin here the second Monday in September with Miss Jessie Wheatley as principle and Miss Pearl Johnson as assistant- L Newbury visited relatives in Hawesvilie Sunday Mrs Lillie Cabal and children re turned home Sunday after an enjoyable visit to her sister Mrs John Aldridge of Owensboro Mrs Chas Johnson is visiting her son Clarence Johnson of Owensboro Mrs Delbert Basham and daughter Miss Catherine spent Saturday with Miss Ellen Basham Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is entirely due to its Restorative action up on the controlling nerves of the Stomach etcA weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak Heart with palpitation or intermittent pulse always means weak Stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves Strengthen these inside or controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quicKly these ailments isappear Dr Shoop of Racine Wis will mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by All Dealers CHENAULT Newsy Paragraphs And Interest ing Personals From Our Correspondent Willard Allen who hasbeen visiting here for some time left last week for New York Miss Margaret Beaven who has been at Evansvllle for the past year came home last week for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Beaven Miss Bessie Cunningham visited friends at Mooleyvillo last week J O Cunningham left Friday for Brandenburg where ho will attend schoolMrs Floyd Miller and daughter Louise of Henderson who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Abe Allen laft Mat Thursday for a visit to friends fa Louisville Mrs Wm Gardner who has been visiting here for some time loft Monday for her home at Irvington Several from here attended the show at Derby last Friday Misses Sallie and Lucile Bennett of Cannelton and Miss Daisy Dean are visiting Miss Bessie Cunningham Quite a crowd from here are attend ing the Fair at Hardinsburg Miss Christine Warren of Louisville who has been the guest of friends left lASt Tuesday for a few days stay at Wolf Creek KodolFor Indigestion I sour stomach palpitation of the heart Digests what you eaL FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Cloverport Foundry 8 Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited c More Than 25000 in Prizes f State Fair ribbon has the backing il the Commonwealth of jAj Its a trophy with a big value aside from the money that accompanies i- tLowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Afford to Miss Itl Come and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled to the much desired figure a quarter million in six great days Sell our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns fastest trot ting track in the world I Trotting Pacing Running Races DailyI An smuremznt program runnirg way Into Ihoci 4s of dollars cnlietl with on exhibition plan never before attempted I SEPT 16u21190Z1 I ILOUISVILLE r Capt Snobenshue in his passengercarrying airshipthe marvel of the centurywith daily flights and exhibitions and a night ride in the air guided by a searchlight Balloon racesthe most exciting of aerial sports and a captive balloonI Sensational acrobatic acts free each daylI And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction ol the awe in3piring calamly of 1906 given nightly in the infield In front of the grand eland Three concerts daily by Naliello and his premier band of fifty artists from the Land of Music Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by the Kentucky Legislature and is given under the auspices of the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture Write for catalogue and Illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville L d THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY WOME Demonstrate Beyond All Cavil That Pe ru=na Is a Safe and Useful Household Remedy Read What the Women Say Chronic Hoarseness Mrs Delta 0 Cameron Healdaburg Cal member Daughters ot America writes Having tried many remedies for chronic catarrh of the bronchial tubes and not receiving any benefit I began to think there was no help for me until I began to use Parana In a short time the bronchial tubes began to clear I did not have that frog In my throat continually my voice wrf not nearly so busky and the wheezing noise disappeared- I was soon able to believe that I was entirely free from catarrh and an this was several months ago I do not believe that It will return The above group of women could be multiplied by ten thousand without reaching the number that have been helped by taking Peruna stomach A Wasting Mrs Tyler Madison Avenue Chicago Vice President of Womans Alliance writes the past year flesh strength until unable perform my properly tried different remedies and finally Peruna was suggested mo ult gave me now life restored my strength cannot speak highly of TOBINSPORT Robert Leaf and sister Miss Myrtleare visiting relatives and friends hereMr and Mrs Tipton Tate and Martha of Derby are visit ing her mother Mrs J W Lyonshere Mr and Mrs Eli Chapin Miss Viola Chapin and Mrs Joe B Smart of Hites Run attended the Association hereRev Charles Letchum and wife of Rome are visiting at Capt Wm Weatherholts this week Rev G B Wolfe of Indianapolis visited friends here a few days last weekMr and Mrs Sam Conrad of Clover port were guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Ahl Sunday Mr Theo Rusch of St Louis visit Miss Mabel England Friday and Saturday Miss Edna Leaf and brother Avit who have been visiting relatives and friends here returned to their home in Moweaqua Ill Saturday Miss Adrian Polk of Eureka is visit ing relatives and friends here Dr L W German who has been his vacation with G W Winchell returned to his home in Louis ville Thursday Quite number from different places attended the meeting of the Perry county Baptist Association held here Friday Saturday and Sunday Mr Lawrence Murray of Cloverport spent the day with Miss Mable England ThursdayMr Jarboe of Cloverport I I called on Miss Nina Weatherholt Sun day afternoon Mrs Wallace Hayden on the sick listMiss Mary and Eva Frank who have been visiting friends and relatives at Louisville New Albany and Mauck port have returned home Miss Fannie Drinkwater who has been visiting her parents here this summer has returned to Mo Dr Wayne of Charleston Mo has been the guest of Miss Fanny Drink waterMr Turner Weatherholt home from Chicago last Miss Jennie Armstrongof Moweaqua- Ill is visiting her sister Mrs Ode HarrisMrs G C Whitehead Is visiting mother at Masons C 7 MISS EMILY KOCH Catarrh of the Stomach Mla Emily Koch 914 Michigan Ave Sbeboygan Wis writes I can heartily recommend Pernna for catarrh of the stomach 1 had tried many things which HIM no good and as a last resort 1 got a bottle of Parana I only regret that I did not try It be fore 1 forced so much bad stuff into my It has Entirely cared me and as a preventative 1 always keep a bottle in the house 1 gladly recommend it to all who are afflicted as I was Disease Roxa 6210 111 the Illinois During 1 gradually lost and 1 was to work I to and 1 too it Mr daughter ed spending a is Charleston was week her Landing did Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in the house making it cozy The busy housewife can cook or hake anything from light rolls to a Thanksgiving Christmas turkey Still it looks just an neat as any heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA I BLACK JACK NOTES Mrs Bettie Wright has returned from a several days visit to her brother O Downs near Rock Haven Misses Myrtle Eula and Tula Prather and Messrs Frank Downs Guss New ton and Edd Brown went the Elizabeth town Fair Wednesday Jim Bewley and familyof Big Spring was the guest of J W Downs and family Saturday night and Sunday and attended church at Hill Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Foushee of Texas arrived here Tuesday for a visit of several months Mr and Mrs Foushee say they like Texas and its people fine They have been living out there about a year Ernest Foushee left last week for TexasMr and Mrs Eugene Medley attend ed church at Hill Grove Tuesday night Ernest Brown went to Brandenburg on business Monday Lillie and Dona Miller will attend the Fair at Hardinsburg and will visit their cousin Miss Lucy Tabor while there Miss Allie Sipse entertained Wednes day to dinner Misses Pearl Shacklett of Ekron Hattie Williams of Stith Valley Lon Shacklett Lena Dowell and George Prather Miss Pearl Shacklett of Ekron is spendingafew days with Lon Shacklett Rev C W Bowlds T F Miller and family dined with Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett Monday fot2i Bronchial Catarrh Mrs Wm Hohmann 669 N Pauline St Chicago 111 writes tI1 Buffered with catarrh of the bronchial tubes and had a terrible cough liver since a child When a child it was supposed to bo whooping cough or the croup but as I got older it got worse Alter a while It got 00 bad 1 had to cough both winter and summer FI- nally I hurst a blood vessel in my throat ruin tits strain of coughing next a blood vessel in my stomach so 1 kept getting worse and doctoring and oven then could get no relief 1 went to a dispensary for treatment hut it all done me no good At night I could never Ho on my back 1 would sit op until two or three oclock in the morning before I could close my eyes Then of course I thought and every body else that 1 had consumption Reading the papers about Pernna I decided to try without tho least hope that It would do mo any good But after taking three bottles 1 noticed a chango My appetite got better so I kept CA never got discouraged V Now 1 can Ho on my back and sleep all night and you may well think hue thankful 1 am for Peruna I or S it IT HEATSAND COOKS TOOt The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Map Lillie Miller is having chillsyThe series of meetings closed Thurnl day with fourteen professions Miss Fanny Shacklett of Paradise and sister Mrs Ida Sifers of Hardin county attended the barbecue at Hill Grove Thursday and took dinner with Mrs Rose Shacklett Misses Lillie and Dona Miller Eula and Tula Prather and Allie Sipse MessrsGeorge Prather Frank Wheelon of Flaherty Ernest and Robert Downs were entertained by Misses Lena and Fanny Dowell Thursday Mrand Mrs E M Dowellof Ekron attended the baptising at Hill Grove Thursday and dined with Mr and Mrs J W Downs Miss Lou and Pearl Shacklett of Ekron were the guests of Hattie and Ethel Williams Thursday Rev C W Bowls of Upton Hart county spent Thursday with A W Shacklett Miss Cyntha McIntire spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother near SalemMrs Rosa Sipse and daughter spent Friday with Mrs Beatrice Tuell near GarrettLon Hardesty attended the picnic at Paynesville the 24th and remained with friends for several days DeWItts Carbollzed Witch Haze Salve is goad for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It Is espec ially good for piles Sold by all drag gists 4y sr 7i 11 j iIt f fJ td1lIf f 1T1i54 I