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TTRSWVW. SF.TTKM RF.Tt 17. ItOT. ft i v BROOM OF DAY SURFACE WATER IS NOW IN SUPPLY OF JAIL COUNTRY He Is Said to Have Forged Check While Drunk. Phoenix Ariz.. Sept. 17. Already bowed In grief by the unhappy turn of his life's romance. O. T. Uosen berry occupies a cell In the county Jail, having been placed there to ans wer to a charge of forgery. Kosenberry tendered the Anheu ser aalnon a check on the Phoenix National Bank last night for $50, made payable to himself and signed by his brother, H. Rosenberry, who is roadmaster for the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix. The check was given In payment for a bill of $5 at the saloon. M. L. Vieux taking the paper and return ing to Kosenberry $45, little of which he had when arrested today. An Kxtended Sprro. When Vieux took the check to the Phoenix National he was told that there was no funds there to the credit of H. Hosenberry. and Vieux placed the mater In the hands of the authorities. "I have been drunk for thirty days This will be straightened out by my brother. I wish that someone would telegraph to him about this," was about all that Rosenberry would say at the county Jail this afternoon. Rosenberry recently married Mrs. Lulu J. Carruthers in Prescott. He met her In Phoenix when In search of a housekeeper and they decided to wed. She refused to live with him when she learned that she would have to make her home In Beardsloy. where Rosenberry was section foreman for the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix. They lived to gether one day. The charge agnlnst Rosenberry Is that of forging his brothers name He was arrested by Deputy Olea. COLORADO CAPITAL Cimarron. N. M.. Sept. 17. (Spe- clal The ' Continental Tie and Lumber company Is arranging to de velop Its extensive pine timber hold' irirs on the Ponil river. T. A. Shumberg, of Trinidad, Col., Charles Snrinirer and Fred Whitney, of Cimarron. J. Van Houten and other capitalists, of Colorado and Missouri, are the stockholders of the above named company and are now constructing a line of railway rrom Cimarron to Ponil Park, a distance of 25 miles. The road will make an eastern connection with the St, Louis, Rocky Mountain and Pacific railroad here. The machine shops will also be established at this place This comnany owns the Cimarron townsite and is spending a great deal of m.mev to develou the town "While the saw mills will be at Ponil Park, the planing mills and box fac tory will be located here. A sasn and door factory Is already In opera tion with a monthly pay roll of $2,rno. The same company Is putting In national bank and Is operating a construction company, which builds both business and residence houses and sells them on the Installment plan. The opening of this new railway will mean much to the town of Cimarron. Personal knowledge this competitive age and when of ample character it places possessor in the front ranks of The Well Informed of the World. A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of the highest excellence in any field of human effort. A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Function and Knowl edge of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of life and health when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an ethical product which has met with the approval of die most eminent physicians and stives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of Known Oualitv. Known Excellence and Known ComDonent J Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Informed of the J world, who know of their own and best of family laxatives, for This valuable remedy has under the name of Syrup of wide acceptance as the most I I. 'If laxative principles, outainea irom and the vt ell Informed i . i .i .11 adopted me more ciauoratc name or oyrup or rigs anu Elixir of Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial a . i . i i .i t it rtJjA en ecu, always note, wnen purcnasing me iuii J jQ'iSJv name of the Company Calif ornia Via Svrup tffV LOUISVILLE, KY. More Important to Life and Health Than Any Other Resources. Washington. D. C. Sept. 17. Bul letin 297 of the U. S. geological sur vey says: The water supply of the United States Is of more importance to the life and pursuits of the people than any other natural resource. In the arid state the limit of agricultural development Is determined by the amount of water available for Irriga tion, while In all parts of the country the Increase In the population of civ ies and towns makes pecessary addi tional water supplies for domestic and Industrial uses. In procuring hlch both the quantity and quality of the water that may be obtained must ,be considered. The location of manufacturing plants may depend hirgely on the water-power facilities and on the character of the water. The notaible advances made in the electric transmission of power have led to the utilization of water powers for the operation of manufacturing establishmnents, railroads, and mu nicipal lighting plants, many of which are at some distance from the places at which the power Is de veloped. Iiurllljrciit Work. The Intellgent establishment and maintenance of enterprises or Indus tries that depend upon the use of water demands a thorough knowl edge of the flow of the streams and an understanding of the conditions affecting that flow. This knowledge should be based upon data showing both the total flow and the distribu tion of the flow throughout the year, in order mat normal nuctua tlons may be provided for. As the flow of a stream Is variable from year to year, estimates of future flow can be made only rrom a stuay of observations covering several years. Iiutfuho In iJovelopiiieiit The rapid increase in the devel opment of the water resources or the United States has caused a great de mand by engineers for Information in regard ao the flow of streams, as it is regard to the How of streams, as it is ure of many large power, irrigation and other projects has been due to the fact that plans were made with out sufficient trustworthy information in respect to the water supply. Owing to the broad scope of these investigations and the length of time they should cover In order that the records mav be of the greatest value It Is In general impossible for private individuals to collect the necessary data, and as many of the streams traverse .more than one state, this work does not properly fall within the province of the state authorities. Systematic Study. The United States geological sur vey has therefore, by means of spe cltic appropriations by congress, for several years made systematic stud ies of stream flow, with a view to determining ultimately all the im portant features pertaining to the flow of the principal streams of the country. In carrying on this work stations are established on the streams and maintained for a period long enough to show their regimen or general behavior. When a record that Is sufficient for this purpose has been obtained for any stream, the I work on that stream is discontinued Thelue OF Personal Knowledgi is the winning factor in the culminating personal knowledge and from actual use that which no extravagant or unreasonable claims been long and favorably known Figs and has attained to world excellent lamily laxative. As its pure O II I . I ' oenna, are well Known to pnysicians of the world to be the best we have . . t c i r.1 i Co, printed on the front of every package, whether you call for Syrup of Figs of or uy uie iuu name tu Figs and Elixir of Senna, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LONDON, ENGLAND. The order In which the stream are measured Is determined by the de gree of their importance. lUfrtmm of Flow. In 106 the regimen of flow was studied at about 700 stations dis tributed along various rivers, and data In regard to precipitation, evap oration, water power, amd river pro files were collected in many sections of the country. These data have been assembled by drainage areas and will be published In a series of fourteen water supply and irrigation papers, each of which will relate to the surface water resources of a group of adjacent areas. In these papers are embodied not only the data collected at the stations, but also the results of computations based on these data and other infor mation that has a direct bearing on the subject, such as descriptions of the basins and the streams draining them, utility of the water resource, ets. The papers are numbered 201 to 214 Inclusive, and six are now I ready for distributing. To check a cold quickly, get from your druggist some little Candy Col Tablets called Preventlcs. Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventlcs, for they are not only safe, but decidedly certain and prompt Preventlcs contain no quinine, no laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening. Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preven tlcs will prevent Peumonla, Bronchi tis, La Grippe, etc. Hence the name, Preventlcs. Good for feverish child ren. 48 Preventlcs 25 cents. Trial boxes 5 cts. Sold by All Dealers. LOST IN NEW YORK A dramatic treat Is In store for all theatre-goers on Friday evening. September 20, at the Elks' theatre. "Ist in New York" will be the of fering and surely no better play could have been chosen as It Is the best comedy drama ever presented to an American audience. The com pany presenting It is very capable. The scenic effects and equipments re said o be realistic and show tilackwell Island, Madison square and the great Kast river at night. and other Dolnts of Interest. Those who witness the presentation of this p ay will be repaid for their trounie and those who miss It will have something to regret. Prices. 35, 35. bo and it cents, ao vauce sale opens Monday, Sept. 16. Health in tlte Canal Zone. The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young ar tisans to Join the force of skilled workmen 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 o there without this fear, well knowing they are safe from malari ous influence with Electric witters on hand. Cures blood poison too, bil iousness, weakness and all stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Guaran teed by all druggists. 50c. A BOY OH GIRL CAN KAUN AS MUCH AS A MA-N. We want boys and girls who want to earn money to solicit subscriptions to The Kansas City Weekly Star. Don't hesitate because you are young, as you can do the work as readily as older persons and we will pay you just the same. The Kansas City Weekly Star is the best known week ly newspaper in the west and your spare time spent working for it will nav vou handsomely, not in xoys, watches or other small wares, but In cash. Write today for terms and full Information. Address THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY STAR Kansas City, Mo. The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the happiest combination of arnica flowers and healing balsams ever compounded. No matter how old the sore or ulcer Is, this salve will cure It. For burns, scalds, cuts wounds or piles, Us an absolute cure. Guaranteed by all druggists. Z5C. o One pint mineral water cures and prevents constipation. Ask your gro cer for It. contests of its fortunate it is the hrst are made. vv J . -5ir II rs rK-T v 3 NEW YORK, N.Y' SLIGHT CHANGE IN MONEY MARKET Rates for Time Funds Easier But Call Loans Are Restricted. New York. Sept. 17. From a spectacular standpoint, the offerings of I40.000.0UO corporate stock and ands of the city of New York wa a distinct success; the tubsenptions were more than nverold the amount offered. But from the viewpoint of the bond and Investment mnrket the result was not so reassuring. The securities offered are tax-exempt; and when the tax Is considered they rank as a 6 per cent security, for which 102 about the average price obtained Is certainly not a favorable basis for distribution when It Is con sidered they have behind thorn the credit of the metropolis or the na tion. The sale Indicates that we are clearly on a new Investment basis, and this In turn means that other hlRh grade bonds must come nearer to this busts. The result of the sale naturally failed to stimulate the quotations of Stock Exchange securities. There had been quite substantial activity. especially by professionals. In pur chasing In anticipation of a large oversubscription; ana experienced operators began selling both In the form or proiiiiaKing on inese antici patory purchases and on short ac count even before the proposals were ooened. on the ground tht last weeks advance nau tuny uiscountea a successful offering and that any unsatisfactory features .of the sale would be Very promptly retlected. The course of the market fully Justi fied the soundness of the argumept Situation Changed. The week has seen somewhat of a change In the money situation. Rent al rates for time funds are rather easier, while call accommodation Is still further restricted. Coincident with the offering of securities by the municipal government the final In stallment of $35,000,000 was paid over on Tuesday by the underwriting syndicate that financed the iiB.ouo, 000 convertible bond Issue of the I'nion Pacific Railroad company; this caused a temporary Hurry In call rates to 6V4 per cent; but there was somewhat of a reaction from this figure later In the week. .Kates, however, did not reach the low range that has recently been so general, and as we are at the begin nlng and not at the end of the crop moving period It Is hardly probable that any return to the low figures will occur this year. A feature of the week has been the drawing In of all call loans by some of the large Interests who were prominent In bidding for the city bonds and the distribution of the same among the larger commission houses for fixed terms, chiefly for six months at t per cent, though In some Instances the term merely covered the turn of the year. . , There Is, of course, the Interpreta tion to be given this action that these large Interests are themselves better satisfied to lend their rooni'jr at good advantage than to Invest in securities even at the present low range of quotations. Copper's Influcncv. The copper situation has been a further source of depression, prices of the metal being still further re duced, while the tendency of bank ing Interests to refuse accommoda tion to carry additions to the large storks the copper companies have nn hand has brought affairs In this direction to a crisis Hnd forced upon the lending copper producers the desirability of restricting production to prevent the accumulation of their products becoming unmanageable. JVdded to this, the Illness of the leader who hns to a great extent been the dominating Influence In Amal gamated Copper's policy leaves the situation In a much more unsettled condition than If he were at the helm. In the case of copper we have what may be termed the first distinct signs of over-production at Inflated prices and of the dependence of all the great products upon the money market for banking facilities to fin ance them until they can enter con sumption, i'nder ordinary condi tions It can only be a question of time when other products must give way before an enforced contraction of the demand. With capital tied up as It Is today In absolutely fixed form, general building and construction must ne cessarily gradually dec-line; mort gages, for Instance, cannot be ob tained on such a basis as to permit building operations to be conducted fit the tremendous pare established during the Iat few years; the rail roads the greatest factors In the iron and steel trade rannot obtain funds on sufficiently favorable terms so that they ran purchase rails In quantities above what are absolutely necessary or purcnase construrrion material for Ivridges and terminals: ami the same spirit of curtailmont must naturally spread to all mechan ical Industries. I'eutiire of Market. This Is a feature that It is well to consider In conin-ctlon with the pnsl rl t 1 1 of the lii-lii"! rial section of the stock market. It will be recalled that railroad s--i urlties have experi enced a much Kieater decline than Industrials from the high range of quotations that culminated last aut- inn; and lendres are for this reason rather Inclined to discriminate to a greater degree than usual against in dustrial securities. especially when interest rates r- ilect an acttve money situation. It would not be fair to assume, however, that cither the Industrial or the agricultural conditions are approaching anything like a demor alized point. The government re ports on crop conditions this week aie quite up t expectations. Indi cating ih it while In no Instance, will ny of the great crops establish new record, they at-, nevertheless, much above tlie aveiate and are 111 dollars and cents worth to the farmers more than n-n e crops that have estatih-li-cd records. torn Yield. Tile corn ) 1 I which from the tok market t in-lpolnt is the main crop promises to exceed two unl one-half liiUi.it-s of bushels, which, while soniethii.g like 41111,0111). uu'i bushels less than the final harvest report of limit, his. nevertheless, but thrice been exceeded; the Spring wheat proml.-e was curtailed less than seven million bushels by the unfavorable weather during August, and as the winter wheat harvest G. L. Brook, Pre. J. M. Moore, V. P. and Mgr. M. R. Summer, Secy. JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO. Established 1888 219 West Gold Incorporated 1003 Telephone 10 Fire Insurance Aganta for tha bat lira Inaaranea eompanlaa. Tal aphono ua tha amount you want on your raaldanta and houaahold god: It la dangaroua to dalay. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Fr Sale $1300 fn SSuT CCnnfl Business Lot on corner. )JUUU Sure Winner for invest- ror Kent ment. Will be worth double in side two years. aw 6 room residence in 3d ward y Modern. $1200 coUage7 aWestd Central $tft F0,0 modern residence in Ave. Easy Payments. Tou Highlands. , Lft 3 room residence near shops. -Tin A A will buy a business loca- py JpVUUU tion, 4 lots. Partly Im- proved. Pays 8 per cent on in- vestment at present with two lots ClA 4 room cottage Keleher vacant. Y,v Avenue. I is already assured It Is quite conserv vatlve to approximate the total wheat harvest for 1907 at 631,764. 000 bushels, which compares with 735,000,000 bushels In 1906, but Is, nevertheless, a good average of re cent harvests. The cotton crop sit uation is also showing that there will be a good supply for export, so that from tho agricultural standpoint there Is slight Justification for pre dictions of reaction. I aicou racing KMlninto. .Secretary Wilson estimates that the farm products will be worth be tween $500,000,000 and $1,000,000 000 more this year than last, and last year they were officially reported by Mr. Wilson's department at $6,500, 000,000. It l significant also that railroad returns are keeping up with remarkable tenacity. Returns for the month of July are now available for 37 railroads, which show an Increase of $9,"8J,400 In gross, equivalent to an Increase of nearly 16 per cent. The operating expenses, however, cut the net earnings down to $832. 000, which Is but 4 per cent above the figures of a year ago. This shows that there Is as yet no decline either In the price of labor or material, and that while the railroads are doing an enormous business they are doing It without sufficient not results a fact that the common sense and fair ness of the American people will not permit state legislatures to Ignore In their attempted enforcement of con fiscatory transportation rates. The decision or a lower court or Pennsylvania that the two-cent rate law of that state Is unconstitutional Is u step In the right direction: It will be carried to the higher court, but the case loses particular Importance as a precedent for other states In that it deals with the Pennsylvania, rail road's charter, which Is of a par ticularly broad and liberal char acter. The. situation remains one requir ing Increased caution and discrimi nation In making purchases. Fluctu ations promise to be wide during the remainder of the year and to pro vide an excellent trading market In which profits should be promptly taken when pos-lble. HENRY CLEWS. V J-iNTI :il I ) AY'S (JAM K8. National Iniruc. At St. Louis 'First game, St. Louis, 2; Pittsburg. 4. Second game: St. Louis. 5; I'ltlsburg, 1. At lioston ltoston, 3; New York. 1. At Rrooklyn First game, Brook lyn, 3: Philadelphia, 5. Second game: Brooklyn. 0; Philadelphia, 2. Anii-ruun Iit'atriif. At Washington Fimt game, Wash ington, 3; Boston. 2. Second game: Washington, 6: Boston, 0. At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 2: New Y-rk, 3. At Detroit Detroit, 7; Chicago. 0. At Cleveland First game: Cleve land, D; St. Louis. 2. Second game: Cleveland. 2; St. Iyiuls. 2. (Called at end -f eleventh Inning because jt darkness. ) Weak Kidneys Wok Kldners. trrroly point to weak kldnn-r Kervei. The Kidneys, like the IHeart, and the etumach, flud their weskneu. Dot In the orrna luull. but in the nerrv. that control and guide and itrw.itheu them. Dr. ghnop'e HestoratiTe Is a tnedinue ttcinut!ly preuatvd to reach thM rot. trolling uerve. To doctor the Kidney, alone, U luule. ll U e waw uf uuw, and of oiuuef aa will. II your bark arhet or to weak, if the urine mldi. or U dark and stroiif, II you have (ymptoml ot HriyliU or other distressing or dungerou. kid ney diuajio. try Lr. hoop'tftta.torailvea month- Tal-leu or Liquid nd what it can aud will du tut you. 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Si, Rid 0.m m'sX" faum 0,11 wir ABSTRACTS Abatraa.a of tltla farn lahad on Barnallllo Coun ty propirarty on abort no tloa. Tha only aat of ab atraet booka that la up to data, frlcaa rtaaonabla. FinBSt Whiskies Winas, Brandies. Etc. BAMRLK A NO CLUB WOO MS CC00C00CK)0C00 TIEBY MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD! Never disorder your digestion or make life no longer worth the liv ing. Writing about cakes, pies and other pastry from our ovens. Care fully made from high class mater ials why shouldn't they be good? Everybody knows about our bread. What? Tou don't? Better get ac quainted. PIONEER BAKERY SOT South First Street. EXCURSIONS To Colorado Lud east ern points. On sale daily until Sept 30th. Re turn limit October 31st Rates to principal points. Denver and return $23.70, Colorado Springs and return $20.75, Pueblo and return 513.95, Chicago and return $53.30, St. Louis and return $52.90, Kansas City and re turn $44.55, Norfolk and re turn (60 day limit) $72.90. Account 1. O. O. F., Sov ereign Grand Lodge. St. Paul or Minneapolis and return $52.10. Tickets on sale Sept. 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16. Return limit Oct. 2, '07. Call at Ticket Office ror Par ticulars. T. E. PURDY, Agent.