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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f MM- V V VC r V V M 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Q ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTJIVOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906 8 Pates NO6 Within Ace of Being Hurled to Death h h Threeyearold Eleanor Reid Came Near Being Victim of a Runaway Horse fr Friday Morning 4 REMARKABLE NERVE DISPL MED BJL GHIlk L Little EleanorReid threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs L T Reid of this city came within an ace of being hurled to death Friday morning of last week Had it not been for the remark able presence of mind and self posseslon displayed by the child death would have been certain Eleanorand her mother weregoing out for a drive The ruuabout and the horse were standing in front of Dr P M SmIths residence Eleanor had got ten in the buggy when a bus passed by with bell ringing The horse hitched to the runabout became frightened slipped its bridle made a sharp turn face about and darted up the street Elanor threw herself back on the seat feet propped against the bottom EVERY MAN HAS RIGHT TO KNOW Position of Any Candidate Running for Office Says Ben JIHmsonI GIVES HIS POSITION ON JJY1HI4ursTlo The following letter taken from Springfield Sun goes further to prove Ben Johnsons stand on the whisky question Bardstown Ky August 14 1900Mr H A Humphrey Chairman of the AntiSaloon League of Nelson county Bloom field Ky Dear SirI have your communication of yesterday ask ilug me to state my position upon the question of Local Option in Nelson county I recognize the right of every man and especially of every large number of men banded together for the accomplishment of any lawful purpose to have an expression from every man who is a candidate before the people for executive or legislative office as to the position occupied by him upon any question of pub lic policy in which the individual voter or a collection of voters maybe interested Therefore I answer your com munication by saying that I have upon every occasion since I ar rived at the ago of twentyone years when the question was sub mitted to a vote of the people of this community voted in favor of Local Option and that I intend to vote likewise upon the question at the election o be held in this county on September 1 3906 and at any other time in the future when the question may be submitted to a vote in a district where I am entitled to a vote Yours truly BEN JOHNSON Get a 5 cent box of Lazets at our store please We think they are groat Just test these toothsome candylike Laxative 1 ablets for constipation sour stomach biliousness bad breath muddy complexion etc flak 5 cents and see Severs Drug COt Mrs John Allen Murray and daugh ter Miss Donald left for Louisville where they will reside with John Allen Murray who has been there a year They will occupy an apartment in the Qsborne flat on Brook street hear Bfpadway i of the buggy with arms stretched full length to each side and her hands hold ing a death grip onto the arm rests In this position Elanor was hurled through town passing men powerless to help her Mr JakeFelly from Holt was standing on the corner by the Bank of Cloverport saw the peril of the child ran to the buggy and grapped oue of the shafts In doing this he was thrown to the ground and run over The horse turned the corner at the Bank and was forced against the brick wall by several men here Dr Smith ran to the child and snatched her from the runabout Eleanor displayed noemotion until she had walked half a square then she be Fun to cry for her mother SKY BLUEGALLUSES Symbol of The Man Who Pays Ills Way in The World And Loves His Wife The gallua marks the freeman and tbe man of genuine unpretending llor and colligation Your snob- a your savage abhor it In Meaopo tamia and the wild bashibazonk wears a belt In Yucatan the Indian wears a girdle ot sharks teeth j in Senegam but tho shameless cannibal sports a gnunvsacic in Atlantic City a few years hacK the dudes used to wear sashes But find a man who when he throws off his coat to begin bis daily toll lays bear a pair of heavy sky blue galluses and yonll find a man wno pays his way in the world loves n is wite rears his children in the tear of the Lord and votes tbe straight ticket The gallus is usetul j it is graceful and properly adorned with band painted tlowers and brass buckles it is beautiful To be ashamed of it to conceal it or to abandon it tor a sow tire leather belt isto fall in nn essen tial of true manhood and fly in the face of fate Baltimore SunI ON RECEPTION COMMITTEE Hon D H Smith Will Assist In Wel coming Bryan on His Return Hon D H Smith has been placed on the reception committee that will accord William Jennings Bryan a welcome on his return to this country on August 30 Mr Smith received letter of notifica tion to that effect a few days ago and has signified his intention of attendingMr will arrive in New York on the 30th of this month and will be accorded a reception such as was never before given tQ any man in public or private life He will begin his tour of the United States immediately upon his arrival here and will visit all of the larger cities His Southern itinerary will include Louisville and ho will arrive in that city on September 12 Mr Smith was advised by letter yesterday that he had also been made a member of the committee to welcome Bryan in Louisville on his visit to that city on September 12 The letter urged Mr Smiths presence and he has written a let ter of acceptance LaRue County Herald v County Fair For t Brepkenridget c i f Success of Masonic Picnic at Hardinsburg Has Started Talk of One Morris Beard Says Capital Cantbe Raised n IT WILL BE LOCATED SAT HARDINSBURG HardmsburgKyAug slStalT- he succers of the big Masonic picnic has started again the talk of a county fair to be located here Miuy of the best business men of the town are favorably inclined toward the enterprise and it seems now that it will certainly mAter ialize Morris II Beard says that there I Sawyer Family Cloverport I PROGRAM1 Elizabethtown District Missionary Meeting to be Held at Bew leIHIe Methodist Church Aug 29 and 10 Wednesday 2 P M Opening Hymn Scripture Reading Prayer SongWelcome adllrelsr Irs C HDrury Respouse Miss Norris Kurtz The Purpose ot Our Meeting Delegates Reports Recitation Thursday 030 A M Opening Hymn Scripture Reading PrayerSong ReportMiss OlmsteadIDelegates Song 1100 Sermon RevS Thompson Dinner Afternoon Session 130 Song PrayerReport Miss Tula Daniel Leaflet The Woman who gave herselfSong SongDelegates Reports District Secy ReportMrs White head The Spiritual Thermometer Miss OlmsteadClosing Hymn- Everybody cordially invited to at tend Sold Good Horses Allen S Edelen of Burgin sold at Danville last week to Louisi ana and other southern buyers three fast pacing mares from four to six years old All of them have worked miles over the Har rodsburg track in better than 230 and one had shown a 212 g They will be used by their buyers as matinee horses Mr Edelen says there is at present a strong demand in the Southern States for slickgoing pacers with size and bone wqjaiH be no difficulty experienced in l lecuring the necessary capital sufficient I to JV d1JE1n Jt h e projectSeveral men have a ray jndicated their iintention to take ntocK in the proposed fair company rha4it will bea go peetinto be assured LoB out lor the county fair to be held j thejIReunion u 20 BUSHELS TO THE ACRE Was John Groves Wheat Yieldon I Ills Farm at Rome1200 Bushels Oats on 10 Acres Rome Ind August 10 1900 Cunnelton Telepnono Friend Early enclosed you will find cheek for two dollars to be credited on my subscription- I have finished threshing and have the pleasure to report that I threshed twentynine hundred and thirty bushels of No 2 wheat from one hundred and fortylive acres which was an average of twenty and nearly onefifth bushels to the acre which is quite a good average on so many acres in which there was a good deal of thin land My best yield was after clover My poorest yield was where I sowedafter wheat and there I used fertilizer at the rate of 150 his per acre but this didnot bring any of wheat after wheat up to over 15 bushels per acre I had one field of 5 acres that made nearly 40 bushels per acre I used altogether only 3 tons of fertilizerI 1200 bushels oats from forty acres without fertilizer a pretty good turnout for this season I have not sold either my wheat or oats but am holding for n better price- I did the threshing with my own machine Very respectfully Joshua H Grove A jrld of truth in a few words 1 jarly all other cough cures are constipating especially those contain lug oppiates Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bowels Con tains no opiates You can get it at till dragcfsts Would Have Been Mashed Into a Jelly u Had They Held Their Position a Second Longer HairBreadth Escape of Henry Gibbs and J D Babbage Jr I i 14 ACCIDENT OCCURRED IN NEWS PRESS ROOM IPart of the main line shafting carrying four heavy iron pulleys in the News press room while being suspended in midair with ropes Saturday afternoon fell and crashed into the floor resulting in a hair breadth escape of two of the employes Henry Gibbs and Jno D Babbage Jf The shafting and pulleys will weigh 800 pounds It was being taken down for repairs when the crash UNCLE DOC- LASLIE I HURT Victim of kunaway Morse and May DieHole Cut In Head Tmle Doc Leslie a respect eel colored veteran delivery wagon driver now employed by Nolle Bros was the victimi of a runaway horse Monday Uncle Doc was thrown from the delivery rt viUMhfethfiUvit 1 his body bruised up considerably It is thought that on account of his old ore he may not withstand his injuries MILKING COWS BY MACHINERY Test Made in Kansas tate Col lege Proves That Venture Is a Success A test bus been completed in the dairy department ot the Kansas State Agricultural College which proves tbat milting machines are a success Tbe machines were installed and the test Conducted by Prof O Err in charge of the State dairy worksThe machines operate by means cf vacuum A three horsepower gasoline engine rnns a vacuum pump which exhausts toe air out of a system to pipes These pipes run along the sides of the cows and the milking machines are attached to this pipe br flexible hose The vacuum created by the pump runs a pulsator on the top ot the can and this produces an intermittentsuo tion in tne cups attached to the teats of tbe cow Tne suction draws tbe milk from the cow through the rub ber tube and deposits it in the can The milk is not exposed to the air hence absolutely sanitary mils can be produced Kansas City Star The soothing spray is of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and on wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the pa tient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the heal ing purifying elements of the solid form and it never fails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75ct including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York came and the two men were taken un awares Both had been just the mo ment before directly under the shafting and had they ramained there a second longer both would have met instant death by being mashed into a jelly by the terrific force of the heavy shafting The crash caused damages but Ute plant was put in running order by 6 oclock Monday evening CARE OF OVERHEATED ANIMALS In New York Fire Department Cool Truck Horses With Streams Of Cold Water Recognizing the fact Unit not weath er serves to work the greatest hardship upon the most miserable slaves of the city trncK horses the government of New York mesas provision for their care and comfort The work is named on through the fire department When the hot season cornea with its swelter rag days every tire station in the city Becomes a place tor the refreshment of tired beasts of burden A line ot hose igirfln from the nearest water plugand the fireman spend their spare tfiSij sprinkling cool water over the heads and bucks of the thousands of over heated animals that apply They are given cool water to drink and a shady spot in which to rest It is one of the best animal charities of New York and it is believed that it will bit adopt ed in other cities Charles Larth 67 of Akron 0 drowned in Black lake while fishing Postmaster at Ltbaii Russia was killed and postofflco robbed of 14000 Frank Pence 20 of near Urbana 0 drowned in Longs pond while swimmingBrodle L Duke of Durham N C granted divorce from Alice Webb Duke They married In 1901 Jams Webber toll asleep while burgh rlzlng home of Ambrose Perkins at Youngstown 0 and was captured Frank E Croelman lumberman at Chicago filed bankruptcy petition assets 242000 liabilities 391000 Daniel Malion refuued to join In a game ot cards and was fatally stabbed by Richard Carr at Cincinnati O Price of bread raised In San Fran cisco on account of strike of union bakers for Increase of 3 per week In wagesP H Laughman of Plttsburg Pa a pioneer in the tin Plato and steel Industry died at his winter home in Southern Pines N C John Wllman rocked the boat to frighten Albert 8 his son the boat capsized and both drowned at MU Clomons Mich Mrs Wllman wit nessed the accident Congressman Longworth and wife sailed for New York from Paris on steamer St Paul Illinois Republican primaries In dorsod Senator Cullom for reelection Congressmen Lorimer and Mann ot Chicago renominated William Woods of St Louis Mo who shot his wlfo at Mobile Ala suicided In jail by taking parts green concealed In his clothing- L M Lyon sales agunt at Los An geles Cal for Imperial Melon Grow ers missing and supposed to be from 70000 to 500000 short Believed to bo in Mexico Palace hotel at San Fronclsoo damaged by earthquake and firo May 18 will be rebuilt at cost of 3000000 with 600000 for furnishings It will have 700 rooms Famous court will bo duplicated Flames damaged buildings at the exposition at Milan Italy to the extent of 800000 Fire at Albany N Y practically destroyed the mammoth flour house owned by Henry RusselL d 1 d n4t t f i I Of I 1 I o r J r w i 4 t IJi 4 ivA if I t P fro 1 i I q r I c i 3 X- r7I r T i f LCJ fR The Breckenridge News JNO D BABBAGE SONS Publishing Co WEDNESDAY AUGUST 221906 William J Bryans last letter covers the conntry in and round about Galilee where Christ spent most of his time and where most of his mighty works were done It is an interesting letter and glvoa a great deal lof history of the times of Christ Mr Bryan tells about the village of Nazer eth nestling among the hills of Gall leq where Christs boyhood and young manhood wero spent From a high hill just outside the town Christ could look to the west and see the Mediterranean and to tho east was the great sea of Galilee From this scene were formed many of his parables which pictured the every day life of the people Mr Bryan closes his letter with a visit to the Mount of Beatitudes whore it is supposed Christ delivered hie great discourse the Set mon on the Mount In commenting on this sermon Mr Bryan says Whether as a matter of fact Christ seeing the multitude ascen ded to this place I know not but it furnishes an environment tit for the sublime code of morality presented in the Sermon on the Mount No other philosophy has eves touched so high la point or presented so noble a concep tion of human life In it purity of heart is made the test mercy is en joyed humility emphasized forgiv enesa commanded and love made the law of action In that Sermon He pointed out the beginnings of evil rebuked those who allowed themselves to be engrosbed by the tarn of the body and gave to the world that brief simple and incomparable prayer which the Christian world repeats in unison If in other places He relieved those whose sufferings came through the in firmitles of the flesh Be here offered a balm for the healing of the nations Back to the Old Order Col Henry Watteraon in bia Cour fer Journal ot August ICth has this to say of tbe State primary Wbat the Democrats of Kentucky most need at this time ie a square deal What too many aspirants for office seem to want is a little the best of it Old ideas of honorof brotherly love and of the party wellfave appear to have dropped out and in lieu of them bow to play tor advantage more or less unfair rules the roost among contemporary tileleaders and party managers That which IB true of the Democrats 19 eqally and unhappily true ct tbe Republicans and the conditions exist ing in Kentucky do nut much vary flow those existing in most ot the StatesWe living in an age of practi cal politics and too often practical Polities uidans doubledealing nnd- IJt1l1rnitbdllrkcIOleiJt and hocuspocus ouch tor hiuitalf the devil to get tbe biudmOU in every contest from the highest to the lowest T4iua IH it that prHctionI polities dotn become dog ent dog politic It was dead sure when a Primary Eleo tion was called a yeai in advance of the Genrael Election that we should have In muddle before we got well into it In the beginning the CoiuierJoutn al entreated its party associates to see this and not to invite trouble We pointed out that the nomination of such a Primary to start WIthwould give the rncuipieut no clear assurance Of election It would carry no moral weight with it and was bound to Barry many handicaps In the case Of United States Senator in especial it would laclc all binding force and would not be worth having Ko Leg islature chosen a year later would bold itself bound to respect or obey it In a mixed Legislature such as wo are likely to have tbe longest pole would be sure to fetch the peisimmons Whoever may have been responsible for such an unwise proceeding Hew in the face both ot reason and popular sentiment The assessed money charges shut out the poor man altogether No body but moneyedmen enter It seemed to have some sinister design Yet may it noor be said of any Dem atic leader in Kentucky He digged a pit he dlgaed it deep He digged it for hisbrother But tor his sin He tumbleth in The hole he meant for tother Better call the whole thing off gent lemen It begins to smell already and before you are done with it it will stink And in that event what of the campaign to follow The Democrats owe their possession of Kentucky to the fatuous blind folly of the Re publicans rather than any merit ot wisdom of their own More unpopular leadership than we have commonly had could hardly be convinced It is only a question of time when if it be persevered in we snail loose the State The CourierJournal is indifferent who till tha offices so that the people control the electorate whether the electorate takes the tore of the old fashioned Convention or the newfash ioned Primary On the whole we prefer the Convention because we think old ways are best The Primary under existing conditions is too complicated It otters too many oppor tnniea for the rich and unscrupulous to get in their work One of these days the people will just rear back on their bind legs and when they do the practical politicians will hear some thing drop which they will never for get As a disinterested monitor the CourierJournal again sounds a none of warning As the enemy of none of the factions or the aspirants but the wouldbe friend of them allthat is of all who are honest men and true Dem ocratsIt tells them that they are traveling over uncertain ground by devious paths that there are sinkholes ahead and that unless they ro establish themselves in the public confi dence they will soon or late fall upon a ground swell There Is but one way to secure any firm footing and that is to do right He who sees this and acts upon it will most of all in tbe long run com mend himself And so we say with prejudice to no one down with the practical black flag of dogeatdog practical politics and np with the banner ot Democracy both untarnish ed and nnteritied bearing not the names of greedy selfseeking men bnt of great enduring measures the Res toration of the States to their proper place in the rational orbit and tho stay of the onward sweep of Federal Centralization and Ansolntistn tbe total enbjection of the Money Power wherever it projects its bead above tbe horizon which justly bounds the fairly granted tranchise and protects the rights of property tone law the reduction of the Tariff Schedules to a Revenue basis for the support and only the support of the General Government economically administered Pat no man in office who sets his ambition above these doctrines of Democracy or who may be suspected ot preferring himself to his party and nis country Let us upon the threshold ot a wholehearted rennicn of Dem ocrats and a return to power us are salt of that reunion recur to tirst principles There was a time when no man could do a shady action in Kentucky and politically live There was a time when tne party law was the will of the majority Integrity was iot only at a premium it was the standard and no aspirant dared subject himself to so much as thE intimation of unfairness The Held was as clear as sunshine and us open as the day The people who still hew the wood and draw the water and pay the ttaxes and vote tne ticket want to see something more tuau personal selfseeking arnone their public men and their sense of pride in their public men is not yet lost for the lack of the wit and learning and genius and eloquence which once distinguished Kentucky in tbe National Councils and which they hope to see once again at the forefront of the battle as in the days of Critten den and Clayand Hardinof the Breck enrldges and tbe Marsballs In short and in tIne call the damned thing off and give n poor man a chance to get a nomination as in days of yargl yea without money and without price oASIRLABUll theThe Kind You Hui Alwaj s BonfM Blgnstareof Ydl1fl I N I CITY ORDINANCE r The City Council of tho City of Cloverport Kentucky do ordain as follows Sec 1 That that territory commonly known as the Eastland Addition to the City of Cloverport and more particularly dorcribed as beginning at the lower end of the Ilardinsburg and Cloverport turnpike at the mouth of the lane in the line of the City of Clocorport running with said city line in the center of paid lane S 13 t EM 51 510 poles to a stone in the center of said lane corner to P AskinsII now F Fraizo tract thence with said line N 84 E 56 poles to a stone thence N 13r 13 310 poles to the turnpike thence with said pike N 74 W 12 poles N 88 i W 46 7 poles to the beginning containing 16 acres 2 roods and 15 poles more or less be annexed to and become a part of the City of Cloverport and subject to all the ordinances laws resolutions and bylaws now in force and which may here after be enacted for the government of said city Sec 2 That this ordinance be published in four issues of the Breckinridgo News a weekly paper published in the City of Clovcrpnrt Passed and approved this 6th day of August 1906 Attest C W PATIlmSoSIT G HARRIS Clerk Mayor u VTho school for the young man or young woman wjio de sires an honest and thorough education- A corps of nine experiencedand well equipped teachers will assist mo in tho class rooms VNVo have the Classical Scientific TheologicalI Commer cial Musical and Elocutionary courses of study Thorough work will be required in each department Diplomas will be given in each TiThe scholastic year begins August 31 1906 Rates are extraordinarily low For particulars write for Catalog J W HUGHES President Kinjjswood College Via flamed Klngsvvood Ky OUR DEAR GIRLS IN PARIS jet Obnoxious Newspaper Publici tyFault Probably of New York DailiesAre Not Peaches Newspaperdom New Yurk The nonsense written in the New York newspapers auent Colonel Vat tersons bunch of Kentucky girls on the oav cf their departs tor abroad to enjoy a tour nnder the auspices of the Louisville Courier Journal has brought upon the heads of the young ladles more or less adverse comment on tbe part of certain Paris journals To the uninitiated the stories in the New York papers led them to believe Colon el Wattersons sensible selfrespecting youngwomen wore nothing more nor less than HO many beautiful peachfac ed artllKo shaped girls ffnen the fickle Frenchmen slapped their eyes on them there wore ninny mutterings of disapproval To maku matters worse the newspapermen of Paris believed the stories from our side of the pond As u ccuseunonce theFrencn public and the press as the first offender and instigator are showing singular lacy of gallantry in its treatment of Ken tucy glils- Against 11 tbe facts it has been as sumed or pretended that these girls represent the survival ot trio fittest in beauty show instead of having been se ected for their popularity As a matter of fact the visitors are happy and healthy young women oon spijuons neither for rare features nor for what the French consider sartorial elegance But five hundred Parisians gathered at the station to see the transatlantic beauty en masse and from fifteen hundred to two thousand wait ing at tbe hotel1 showed almost indig nation at their foolish disappointment As the girls straggled out of the train with the1tIgrips and waited tor the omnibus there was at first silence then here and there a laugh then v tone uncompllwon tan murmeV of We can do better than this in PaKe ana Ho these are American peadbes arethey Well our home frnfy IB more tomptng Poach which the foParts accented French All the papers use it curl it has already been applied to French women LEdair distinguished itself by a mocking article It declares that It tinds tne beauty of the visitors only a bluff Another remarks Never did feet NO immense prop so littleoeauty Surprise is ezpredsed that one of the tirst places they visited in Paris was the Morgue which no decent Frenchwoman thinks of entering Their ex planation is that through some strange misunderstanding they thought they were being taken to tbe Zoological Gardens and that all tied when they were introduced to the lugubrious array ot outstretched bodies Pnotograpbers follow the American girls all around town Most of the girls indignantly shield their faces or deliberately shake their beads As a result the pictures printed more than justify the bad impression All their movements are published at great length making excellent silly season matter One paper even as serts gravely that they live in rucking chairs evenings and are fed mainly on iced water ata cacsers A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES PhisDruggists ItlAZOtollDaysMATTINGLY Misses Mulissa and Melia Mattingly have returned from Evansville Tae little child of Mr and Mrs Chester Beavin who had been sick for some tiuiedlect Aug 1 and was buri ed at yt Maiys church yard Mr and Mrs Vane Pate have been I the guests ot relatives in Tobinsport Eddie Heron is here from Evansville LonnieMottitfly has returned from New Mexico Miss Margaret Frank has returned from Owensooro She was accompanied by her aunt Mrs James Keenan The End of The World ot 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EXCURSION TO OwensboroHenderson HendersonEvansville SUNDAY AUGUST 26 1906 Special Train leaves Clovorport 1010 a m Returning leaves Evansville 6 p m Henderson 630 p ra Qwonsboro 730 pm LRound Tripi Evansville 125 Henderson 125 Owensboro 110 I 1 tt- w tt tI ifif Ji i 1 1 r 1 i i ii- yy r ir VREVOLT A FAILURE tomb Worklngmen Refuse to Join the Cause Against Czar St Petersburg It is not yet time to assert with any degree of certainty what will be the outcome of the general strike ordered as a re volt against the dissolution of the douma and the recrudescence of bu reaucratlc rule- Telegrams from the Interior throw little light on the manner In which the country may be expected to respond to the call for a strike There Is no cessation In the number of rob beries and murders In the Interior The general strike which affect ed close to 70000 men In St Peters burg met with only slight response In other sections of Russia and probably will be decided with an adverse expression of public opinion The lack of union among leaders of the proletariat organizations Is playing against the success of the movement The council of workmens deputies which met secretly at Terlokl Fin land was so Incensed at the timidity displayed by railroad men that It de cided to resort If nepospary to blow fig up bridges and destruction of r6a beds etc to bring transporta tion service to a standstill Represen tatives of alf the revolutionary par ties and emissaries from Moscow Kleff Riga Odessa and other cities were present at the moetlnguTho telegraphers thus far wore appealed to In vain f SHIP STRUCK A REEF In the Panic That Followed Many Lives Were Lost Cartagena Spain r The Italian steamship Slrio which sailed from Genoa Aug 2 for South America with 800 passengers on board was wrecked off Hormigas island and 300 emigrants were drowned most of them Italians and Spaniards Thoso rescued from the vessel are at Cape Palos In a pitiable condition being without food or clothing The disaster occurred while the steamer was threading a difficult pas sago through the Hormigas group where the Bajor Hormigas reef is a continual menace to navigation The vessel began to settle rapidly Imme diately after she struck and a terrl ble scene of confusion and panic en sued on board Fishermen along the coast sought to render every assist ance in their power and sent out boats which brought many survivors ashore Most of the officers and crew of the Slrio are among the saved The official account confirms the report that the wreck was due to the captains Imprudence In venturing too close to the Hormigas shoals in order to save time Swindling Schemes Mexico City Three Amer- Icans Fred Jones Jerome Turner and W J Wilson were arrested and sent to Belem prison charged with swin dung American tourists It Is alleged they lured victims to the bell tower of a cathedral induced them to gam ble and when the latter would protest a Bogus detective would come on the scene and frighten tho losers Into silence New Trial For Mrs Morehouse Wboster 0 Mrs Enola Morehouse convicted of manslaugh ter for sousing the death of a babe by poisoning will get a new trial Judge Eason set asidd the verdict ot the ury holding that the verdict was not warranted by the evidence Mrs Morehouse is the woman who was ac totttd of conducting a baby farm sear West Salem Mrs Ledoux 8j Uv a Stockton Cal Yrs Emma Ledoux was sentenced to be hanged Oct 19 on her conviction for the mur der of Albert M McVlcar a miner with whom she lived as man and wife The convicted woman heard her sentence with calmness The case will be appealed Gen and Mrs D R Murray of Hardin burg are at the Ta Springs Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glue with your water and let It stand twentyfour houm a by sediment or set tling Indicates an condi i tion of the kid neys stains your linen is evidence of kid ney trouble too desireto or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytopassingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot is soon realize It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In 50c andl sizes You have a sample bottle of this wonderful dlscoveY and a book that tells more about it both sent absolutely free mall unhealthy If It It frequent pass It The may Address Dr Kilmer lit of SwampRoot Co Binghamton N Y Whets writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mlstakeitrat remember tho name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton NY U on every bottle ROOD HUNG UP FOR STATE FAIR Largest Prize List Ever Offered to Exhibitors Money Given By Several Breeding As sociations Low Railroad Rates and Good Races Every DayStandard Breeds of Horses Cattle Sheep and Swine Provided For In Catalogue Which May Be Had From Secretary J B Bowles The prize list for the Kentucky State Fair which will be held at Lou lovllle during the week of September 1722 has been announced by Secretary J B Bowles In premiums and purses something over 25000 will till distributed during the week and the Kentucky farmers and stock raisers who enter their products will have something substantial to chow for their victories as well as the glory of winning ribbons at Kentuckys Fair The Fair wlll bQ held under the management of the Board of Control appointed by the State Board of Agri culture Immigration and Forestry I The Board of Control is composed of five members of this commission together with four other men appointed by the commission Great care was taken by this board In arranging the prize list in order to properly distrib ute among the various classifications the 15000 appropriated by the state for tho purpose and the 10000 which has been added The largest amounts have of course been set aside for horses and cattle and 5500 in prize money will ba given to the exhibitors of the harness and saddle horses The owners of beef and dairy cattle will carry away with them 5000 at the close of the Fair For sheep 1500 has been hung up and the same amount will go to the exhibitors of swine Fur Jacks and mule stock GOO In prizes is of fered while for poultry and pet stock the prize list runs to 800 For field seed horticulture tobacco etc 2500 otISIler SHORT HORNED JEBSET National Hereford Association has given 200 to be added to the prize money in the class for Herefords I The American Oxford Down Record Association has offered 45 in special prizes for the best Oxford DownII sheep The American Saddle Harness I Breeders Association has offered IiE cup costing 100 for the finest horse registered with that association under two years of age The American Short Horn Breeders Association hasll added 895 J Three types will be judged in bothtt the saddle and harness horse divisdions For the saddlers there will bett rings for the fashionable walk trot canter type the popular flvegalted horses and the strictly southern sadEdie horse technically known as the plantation saddler and popularly li called nodding walkers The latterII class are Judged solely upon the twoE gaits the running walk and the can ter The flvegalted horses will of course be Judged equally upon five distinct gates the walk trot caster rack and either running walk slow pace or fox trot I In the harness horse rings there II therflashy heavy harness horses one for the roadsters and one for light harer ness horses This latter type is onp that Is shown only In Kentucky fairs The horses are not required to have either the excessive action of the high I stepper nor the speed of the roadster I In the beef cattlo division prizes I are offered for Shorthorns Herefords i Aberdeen Angus and Polled Durhams It In this class a largo number of rings have been reserved exclusively for Kentucky breeders In dairy cattle the Jerseys Holsteins and Ayrshlres will be shown In the sheep themJJ will be Shropshlres cotswolds South Downs American Merinos Oxford Downs Hampshire Downs For theII hogs there are classed for Berkshires I Duroo Jerseys Poland Chinas Ches ter Whites Tamworths Yorkshires and Hampshlrea or thin rind ThereII will also be classes for ponies mules Jacks and Angora goatsII In addition to the show rings thereII will be four races on the program e each day one for harness horses decided by heats best three in five and three running races There will beeone freeforall pace and one 210 trot during the week The purses for the trotting and pacing races are 600 each and the purses for the running races are 250 each The State Fair will be made attrac it tlvo to visitors from every standpoint J There will be concerts both during the day and evening by bands of national reputation The Carnival Company will supply fifteen InterestII ing and amusing shows and there will be dozens of other attractions oa the grounds The official catalogue can be had on application to J B BowIes S cretnJyjj Fourth and Main Sts Louisville Ky rn Your Wants Supplied fWo arc fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing in our line with entire satisfaction Repair workis one of our specialties Jewelry watches or anything that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right We respectfully solicit t your patronage T C IIIARDINSnURGKYI r v BANKERS FLEE Are Officially Declared to Be Fugl tive From Justice Chicago Although the two principal officers of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank are missing ono of its officials Is under arrest The whereabouts of Theodore Stensland vice president of tho bapk and son of the missing banker was i mystery to the authorities until Chief of Police Collins got Into com munication with him by telephone and secured his promise to meet him In conferenceSubsequently Theodore Stcnsland was arrested on a charge of violating the banking laws of the state The specific charge on which he was are rested was that of having accepted deposits at the bank when he knew the institution to be insolvent Tho arrest was made in the office of Chief of Police Collins where Stensland went to confer with the head of the police department PaulO Stonsland the millionaire president of the hank has boon officially declared a fugitive from justice With his personal descrip ion In the hands of the policy everywhere and his bank In the possession of a receiver hourly developments showed a deplorable state of finances extending over a term of years It was discovered that even the safety deposit boxes of the bank were looted LABOR PARTY Formed In New York to Take Part In Political Affairs New York A new political party to be called the Independent Labor party was formed In this city ata meeting called at the suggestion of the executive committee of the Central Federated Union composed of of about 75 members of the different labor unions of Greater Now York James Hatch of the executive committee of the Ceneral Federated Union de ared that the union had determined to enter Into independent politics this year and had mapped out a plan to have a labor party organization In every asembly district of Greater New York and that in a day or two every labor organization would receive a letter In which the matter would be explained Discrimination Alleged Washington The depart ment of justice announced that it had received a large number of affidavits from persons residing in Kentucky Tennessee and Alabama to the effect that the Louisville Nashville rail road operating in those states dis charged or threatened to discharge employes because they were members of labor unions The department Instructed the United States attorneys In those states to commence proceed ings against road under section 10 of the act of 1898 It Is understood the railroad company will raise the ques ion of the constitutionality of this section of the act and will fight theI case In thv courts Treaty on Tibet London The text of the AngloChinese treaty respecting Tibet which was signed at Peking April 24 confirms the explanation given In the house of lords May 1 by Lord Fitz Maurice undersecretary for foreign affairs that the convention did not alter the arrangement concluded by the Anglo Tlbetatn treaty The con vention referred to engages Great Britain not to encroach on Tibetan territory nor interfere with the Tib tan government On the other hand China undertakes not to allow any foreign stato to Interfere with the gov or Internal administration of Tllt A Mystery Solved Sow to keep oft periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipa non is a mystery that Dr Kings New Lite Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are gnaranteed to Rive perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c at Severs Ding Co Col John T Ditto of Deea tuer Ill was the guest of Mrs Jno D Babbage unday NO CAUSE FOR DISPUTE lap Poachers Will Be Treated the Same as Burglars THEIR RAID WAS DISASTROUS they Found They Were Not Dealing With Russians When They Got Within Range of Guns In the Hands of United States Officials Not an International Incident Washington No fear Is felt here of any trouble with Japan over the shooting of five Japanese ors In the Alaskan seal fields The Japanese charge Mr Mlyaoka called at the state department for in formation about the killing of the Japanese He had received no dis patches from his government con cerning the affair and Acting Secre tary Bacon gave him the same information sent to Ambassador Wright Seals are recognized as property by international law and the Japanese killed on St Paul island stand in the same position as burglars shot in tho act of stealing according to prominent authorities on internation al law No international incident can result from the shooting of tho Jap anese poachers It is said at the state department This government has no amends to make to Japan other than those that courtesy may prompt and a mere expression of regret that such an Incident should take place is all that Is looked for Japan has no treaty obligations which In any way require her to protect seals In tho Bering sea After discussing the matter with Mr Bacon Mr Mlyaoka agreed that It was not a case to cause an inter national Incident and that it was similar to other clashes that have oc curred between citizens of one country on the soil of another The following contains the main features of tho dispatch of Solicitor Sims tent to the department of com merce and labor and which was ca bled by Acting Secretary Bacon to Ambassador Wright at Tokyo Fur seal rookeries St Paul Island were raided by crews of Japanese schoon ers July 16 and 17 About 200 seals wore lillled but raiders were event ually repulsed as a result of courage ous action of Chief Agent Lembkey and Assistant Agent Judge as head of native guard Flvo raiders wero kill ed and 12 captured two of latter be- Ing badly wounded Three boats and some small arms also captured Force caslunitiesshore easily within 3mile limit On this day a boats crew of six men which had landed at northeast point were surprised anA captured by Agent Lemulcey and native guards without casualty on either side On the morning of July 17 two native watchmen shot and killed two and wounded one of an armed landing party Crews of schooner under protection of a dense fog shot seals in water close to shore most of day Dur ing this tlmo shotgun firing which could be easily heard from shore was frequent Unknown how many seals were killed in this manner but num ber must have been considerable Acting Attorney General Russell has given no Instructions to the Unit ed States attorney at Valdez where It is presumed the Japanese poachers will be tried Whether the depart ment takes any part in the matter will depend entirely on developments The United States attorney there is under general Instructions to prose cute all violators of the law and It Is presumed at the department that he will proceed under these instruc tions The active agents of the United States government In the conflict which resulted in the killing and wounding of the Japanese poachers are Walter I Lembky of Philadelphia and James Judge of Columbus O Lembky is the chief agent at the fur seal fisheries of Alaska and Judge is lone of his assistant agents Both are located on St Paul Island of the Prlb doff group Lembky has been in the service about 15 years He is held In high regard by the officials of the depart conIservativo worthy His business Is to guard tho seal rookeries particularly during tits breeding season which is also tho killing season between May 1 and Sept 15 Judge has been In the sere leryiThe native guards referred to in the dispatch of Solicitor Sims are In dians who reside on the island Con Cress makes an appropriation for their support and they practically are wards of the government The In dians eke out an existence by work Ing for the North American Commer clal company skinning the seals which the company Is permitted to take under its concessions from the United States There are 115 of theso guards on St Paul island Japan Awaits Details governmenttails of the Aleutian Incident and Is therefore not In a position to express its views The news Is generally received with regret and the hope Is expressed that no unpleasant complication will develop Dropped Dead Lebanon Tenn James N MCKenzie state railroad commission er dropped dead at his home here argainsinckotse Via Rock Island low round trip rates all summer TO COLORADOVery reductions September 23 to 29 low round trip rates all summer TO CALIFORNIAVery reductions September 3 to 14 inclusive Gne way Colonist tickets will be on sale September Hi to October 31- II TO HOT SPRINGS ARK Very rates all swmmand trip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on Reqti StII QEO H LEE tipII McGUIRE Gen Pass Agt Dlst Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIPTO = YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY INHTHIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip theIIDenver Colorado Springs Creek Garden of Gods Manitcm PIKES PEAK Grand River Royal Gorge Glemvood s Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Back Canon and 6t DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write- JJ II GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY I IArt you making ar much tff vour farm as you ought No doubt you are all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too JlJu money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a living on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the pnce of good land is so little that you can own a big farmwhere every acre of the ground is work ing profitsThere Soutbwcit along the line of the Cotton Eel Route that ran be bought for from 3 to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there The trip can be made at very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of each month YOU can purchase a round trip ticket to any point on or via the Cotton licIt Itoute at very liw rates Stopovers will be uilowtd for you to examine nay locality you are Interested In Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information nix ut cost of tickets etc l C BARRY T P A Colton Belt Route 82 Todd Build ng Lcuisrille Ky U THE FINEST CATALOGUE Ever Issued by a commercial school will be sent upon request to teachers and others who aro Interested in a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 paces six by nine Inches It Is printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with em bossed cover and beautifully illustrated with photos of the building faculty interior views specimens of Penmanship Shorthand etc It also contains halftone Illustrations of the leading buildings of Louisville and many charming scenes from the worldfamed parks that surround our beautiful city It tells why It is better for YOU to attend school In Louisville than elsewhere This book will enable you to decide between rood and worthless commercial schools Send for a free copy today BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Ky THOS W DRYDEN President QEO W SCHWARTZ See and Trees u 1N1 Subscribe now sand get one of the best papers published V l i I J rJ x ix 1 lW tj t Li iI t Yc f i Id t r v i rf r i J p 1 I I r i rI Svy i1 I i Jr P t l iV I l ro ir 1 I f J r 1 jpL iJ 1t iIIJ f p O- rftj i f crF1 Itt I v X J v i i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I UNO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlnc Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 185 If paid at the end of year It to CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged Or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 nU per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It IstlDot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address lubscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1000p For Congress HON HEN JOHNSON HWhen sister wears her elbow gloves Her little brother mockspAnd calls attention to himself As wearing elbow socks ThQ farmers in Hancock county have pooled 85 per cent of their ll present crop of tobacco What are the farmers in lireckonridge doing along this limo We haven piece of corn in our truck patch with the ears so high above tho ground that we have to use a stop ladder to roach them This corn was planted July 4 Iftl it gild been planted on time there it is no tolling whore it would have mono to Great corn year in old Brockcnridge Ool E A Gullion of New Castlo has announced his candidacy for Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction There is no man bettor fitted or equipped for the place than Col Gullion A man with large experience in school work and a man of high charac ter and standing He would make an ideal Superintendent Heres hoping the Colonel may get there The citizens and business men of BreckenrIdge county should not be slow to recognize the movement on foot at Hardinsburg for the founding and establish ment of a county fair Such a movement should be given soI great an impetus by the moneyed men of the county that its pur pose shall be forthcoming by the fallof 1907 Every county of any wealth progress and enterprise supports a county fair which in fact and in truth is but a clearing house of all its peoples worksI and ideas brought together in or der that there may be a closet communion of those things Should not Brcckenridgc county just now in a spirit of glory andt triurtph just now at a time ofP unprecedented wealth and progressiveness blossom forth andt give life to a county fair and pro claim abroad and afar her wealthI and opportunities her peace andI her happiness I Let every manII who has by the grace of God bee t permitted to Ilive in glorious of l Breckenridge county give vent toI the founding of a county fair in a substantiulway Col Harry Summers Greeting to Ky Press There never was a time in the history of the worldt when the press exercisedsuch ant influence as it does today Itsj power for hood has been recently demonstrated in uncovering th frauds in life insurance companies I and the crimnal negligence in the I great packing houses It has exposed and sent to prison some 0 the greatest grafters of the ageI and destroyed the political power of some of the most prominent men in the country who have not been doing right 100 Doses 1 True only of Hoods Sarsaparilla tho one great blood purifier and general tonic This remarkable medicine has effected many radical and permanent cures that are the wonder of the world eradicates all humors from pimples scrofula 100 Doses 1I- In usual liquid form or In chocolated known as Sarsatabs 100 doses gl The Kentucky Press is doing its part in the great movement of the age It is stimulated with n desire to render service to the ublic Most of the Kentucky editors are not only men of char acter and intelligence but theyI are men of courage who stand out boldly in their advocacy of those things that make for the im rovement of politic education commercial development and theI advancement of the people The country editor today is especially light on the watch tower of progress and righteousness No man has a greater opportunity to help his community and his country than the editor of it clean country newspaper and as a rule he ih exercising it according to his ability Whatever progress and ad vancement Kentucky has made in last decade it owes more of to the proas than any other I agency To day over a hundred of the e moulders of public opinion will be in Klixabothtown for an hour I We regret that their stay is necessarily so short but brief as it is we want to extend to them on behalf of all the citixens of Klixa bothtown a cordial welcome to our city and to all we have We cannot do them too much honor These words of Col Harry sunk deep into the hearts of all the boys and the royal welcome extended by the good citizens of Elizabethtown will live in the memory of every member of the Association as one of the shortest andsweetest occasion of its history We never saw a finer lookin crowd of men and women every one of whom gave you a hearty welcome TOBINSP ORT Cannelton Telephone Elmer Avery has returned home from a years trip through the West Mrs Alva Ryan died Friday She had been sick for some time The deceased leaves a husband und two sisters to mourn her death The funeral was held at tho home on Saturday afternotn and the re uppedcemetery The Misses East of Alton are visiting relatives and friends here Gco Jarboe of Patesville Ky is visiting his sister Mrs Wm Kinder Mort Groves and wife of Chris ney are visiting relatives here fronm ndt Derby Saturday Only a little over half of the wheat has been threshed here about twenty crops yet Prof Lewis Sanders and son ofr Connorsvillo Ind are visiting friends here In Self Defense Major Hamm editor and manager ofE the Const tutinnlist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four year ago by Piles bought a box of hesays It cured mo in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer ofE Burns Sores Cute and Wounds 25c att Severs Drug Co rMiss Judith Ellen DeJarnette of Hardinsburg will attend the barbecue and be the guest of Miss Lula Severs for several days tC i0 a oBL xj nu theTheKind You Hare Alwan BoothI Slgnttwe of Cloverport LouisvilleExcursion Sunday Sept 206 ROUND TRIP5- Henderson Route Sl25 Cloverport to Louisville and return on trains 146 and 142 September 2 good re turning same day For Information Ask the Agent HARDINSBURG Ollie Priest of Garfield was in town Saturday on a business tripIFranklin Kincheloe was in fistgweek Dr Walker will be at Bewley ville Aug 29 30 31 to do dental workPreston Ford of Louisville is here visiting his mother Mrs Mary C Ford Thomas H Withers went to Louisville Monday Col K L Robertson of Glen deane was in town Sunday the guest of friends Arthur Scott has accepted po sition with the JohnsonMorgan Co of Louisville who will occu py a part of the Paul Jones building He will leave the first of October Miss Mary Jarboe of Clover port visited friends here Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Keesor of Derby Indare visiting Mr and Mrs M J Thomas Miss Myrtle Luckey of Kokoma Ind who has been visiting Miss Lytia Ford returned home Sat urday The Rev W H Foreman has sold to James Kinnison for 350 cash a tract of land lying on the Louisville road one and onehalf miles from town containing 20 acresCamp meeting began at Kings wood yesterday and will continue for ten days County Court day next Mon day aria J E Wright of Louis vine is visiting her sister Miss Tida Mercer Herbert and Tom Beard have bought the farm of Hilary Har din which lies on the pike near town The consideration was 3 000 cash Mr Hardinhas not fully decided what ho will do but says he will probably leave the f country BRYAN HASA AL ties Out in Iowa Campaigning With a Silk Hat And a Wheel Barrow Andrew Townsend Hisey the orig inator of secular government and candidate for Governor of Iowa by pe titian started yesterday on his wheel barrow campaign ot the State He carries about fitty pounds of baggage with him says the Clinton Ia Herald All of it is his litera tare except a waterproof bandbox for the protection of his silk bat from now and tben showers and also to protect his petition tc tbe Executive Council to get his name on tbe ballot He is taking a northwesterly course maktnu Sioux City his objective point On arriving there bo will at once in terview Mr Perkins and expects after a few moments coveroation with the sage of the Northwest to get him to withdrawHaving accomplished this he will take a southeasterly course to Den Moines where he will appear in the executive chamber and proceed to secure the withdrawal of Gov Cum mins This he expects he will do with but little trouble During his trip be will spend his nlguts at farmhouses thus getting iin perfect touch with the great rural ele ments of the State Mr Hisey has great ambitions as he expects to be a candidate for Presi dent in 1008 He declares that be iis the only man who can defeat Col Bryant and that when elected he will take care of Mr Perkins Major Rath bun and Gov Cummins Twenty Year Battle II f was a loser in a twenty year battle with chronic piles and malig nant sores until I tried Bncklens Arnica Salve which turned the tide bycnring botb till not a trace re mains writes A M Bruce of Farmville Va Best for old Ulcers Cuts Burns and Wounds 25o at Savors Drug Co Cloverport Less Coulveer of Reeds Station i I the guest of Miss Delia Winchell at Tob iniport Dont drag along with a dull bill tong heavy feeling You need a pill Use Dewitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold ball y druggists HEL- LOWinn BrosSuccessors to Samuel Ahl Butcher Began business August 20 Your inspection cordially invited your patronage earnestly solicited Nice tender meat and good serv ice guaranteed Give us a trial TELEPHONE 193 Winn Bros Clo Krp- ortKentucky L 4i State fair Louisville Sept 17 22 IN PREMIUMS S25OOO AND PURSESI TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES DAILY Magnificent Exhibits and Other Attractions LOW RAILROAD RATES ms ff I Vitality I is the I Measure IIof Life Whether in a man or a racehorse vitality is the measure of life The friend who is cold andapathetic is not a joy the salesman who is not enthusiastic is not a real salesman the publication which has not abounding life vitalitydoes not sell goods The BKECKENIUDGE NEWS has health strength and youth 30 years young It has faith in lifean enthusiasm for it which is contagious If your advertisement is sur rounded by the good cheer the soundsense the healthy spirit of our publication it has a mighty good chance to succeed mI Jno D Babbage Sons Pub Co HI Cloverport Ky Workers Wanted California wants 40000 men for the rebuilding of San Francisco tor the building extensions in Los Angeles for railway work and for a hundred other lines of pressing work in the State Kansas wants 250000 to 80000 men to work in its harvest fields and manufacturing industries The South wants men to work in its cotton mills sugar mills iron works mines fields on roads and on railroad extensions lows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Care COlcToledoOWof J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all his business tran sactions and financially able to carry out firmsWAIDINO MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take hats Family Pills for constipation H H Kemper of Irvington was the guest of Miss Lillian McGavock Tuesday evening = Cracker Peaches There are 50000000 peach trees in Georgia and these yield an annual shipping crop of 5000 cars bringing in cash to the shippers from 3000000 to 5000000 Ricnmond Times DJs patch There is nothing pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeace wlth the world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conductie to good work and good re sults The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman a better citizen than the man or woman who is handicaped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will de range your body your thoughts and your disposition Get away from the morbidness and tbe blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond Little indis oretlons of overeating can be easily corrected awl you will be surprised to see how much better man you lire Try a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your meal Sold by all druggists r b S r c t u Ill Iceckenl idge News 4DNESDAY AUGUST 221906 f PPYJME jjl lift one where health abounds Irfl With impure blood there cannot Abe good health JfWIth a disordered LIVER there V cannot be good blood iitts Pills Ify the torpid LIVER and restore 11 iatural action purebiood1 rf pure blood means health thappinesst1 jj IBts J2issi Dee Baibam was in the city last i Iss Mary Storms has returned to laerson 0ri Nell Whitehouse has returned10 tC fo West Point n apd Mrs J M Cordrey were in iI isillle last week Issi Katherine Moorman has return if rent Louisville tji lies Adelia Moorman was at Tar lags last week r and Mrs Dan Schank were down Rome last week R Irs Annie Polk of Tobinsport went j lillman Wednesday uss Lydia Boelle is the guest of Mr iJMrs Chas Reidel at Holt i tri D H Severs has been sick for eral days He is improving Irs Geo Drsskell and familvreturut- xtfSlephenspbrt Wednesday TobinsPortsgone ves 4 liesr Margaret Moorman went to vensboro Monday to visit Mrs S S P atkins f Mrs F Seifred was up from Tell ty last week visiting among her old lendsi Irvingtoneie1 siweek t Mrs Chas Skillman and daughter rf lilsa Elizabeth have returned from t or nfield t Francis Sawyer has gone to West tint to visit her daughter Mrs Rich d WhitehouseisdLlllie rI of Morganfield err iivea IflSday evening to visit Mr and Irs c R Skillman l Dire A T Howard of Hawesville IBS returned home after a visit to her atber James Gilliland Jirho D Babbage Sr left Monday might for Sewanee Tenn to visit the University of tbe South j feMr and Mrs J D Babbage were in I Kjwensboio Sunday the guests of Mr End Mrs C P Babbage raMiBS Mayme DeHaven and Miss iBonner are off on a trip to Mammoth Cave with a party from Hawesville and Louisville Jpr James Lewis Presiding Eldercc tHeypreached Sunday evening at the Meth lodiftt church e r Mrs Chas Crary and children James and Edith Virginia of Middle = rtOhio are the guests ol her parents MurrayNMr and Mrs D M Duncan and hildren Louise and David Henry arJJ ved from Brandenburg Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs DM Duncan Mrs Dun jrt and the children will stay down fore barbecue Master William Owen and Miss Cora ay Seaton and their father J D WelnesdayheAbe Richardson ji MIss Mayfiurrill of Oxford Ohio I representing Oxford collegea highclass FridaytheIiand Miss Ray Heyser Mrs Henry Pate and daughters Claude and Carrie and sons aymond sad Ruther rjjo tf fiH HcbautaU qua last wee a wrby MIss- I Mary Christian and Mrs Wave Rolfs The Murray Roofing Tile Co will thin week ship 160 squares of roofing tile to Iowa City Iowa to be used in covering a handsome state build ing The company has more orders had Iit can fillpI h SUPPORT i SCOTTS EMULSION serves u abridge to carry the weakened tnd starved system along until It can find firm support In ordinary foodJSend for free aunpU SCOTT BOWNE ChtraUU ofIflS Peal Street New York 500 and jroo 1 all drucilatc t Miss Annie Murphy has returned to ChicagoMiss Elizabeth Jatboe has returned from Tar Springs Tin cans best quality 35 cents per dozensJulian Brown Mrs M A Stephens returned to Owensboro Wednesday Mrs Joe Porter who has been ill is some what improved Mrs Lee Campell of Dukes went t Harned last week to visit Miss Nellie Smith of Irvington is the guest of Miss Reba Lewis Mnson fruit jars quart size fiO cents per dozen Julian Brown Marion Weatherholt and family were in St Louis Sunday and Monday Mrs J G Staples and child of Owensboro are at the Tar Spring Mrs J C Nolte and daughter Eloise are visiting her father at Ekron Mr Jno Ryan who has been quite ill for several months does not improve anyBring me your eggs Is cents per dozen in trade 13 cents in cash Julian Brown Mrs J G Harris and Miss Jennie Mabel heard Opie Read at the Owens More Chautaqtia Monday Bring your produce to Julian Brown He wants your eggs hens and poultry of all kinds IIighest prices Mrs J T Hoagland of Baskettis in the cityto attend the bedside of her son in law Chas Ryan who fis very ill at his fathers Rev J T Lewis returned from Ray mond yesterday where he assisted Rev E B English in a very successful pro tracted meeting I have opened my new store on main street for business with a fresh and new line of merchandise Mv prices as be fore will be the lowest Your trade is solicited Julian Brow- nCHILDRENS SERVICE The service at the Methodist church next Sunday at 11 oclock will consist of the opening of the missionary boxes of the children and a sermon by the pastor especially to the children All are invited to attend BEWLEYVILLE Miss Mary Richardson of Vine Grove is visiting Mrs Charles Blanford Miss Ada D Stith has gone to Paris Illinois to spend the winter with her aunt I1ssBettleLee JoJ3IvisitinC Miss Nell Ditto in Louisville Mrs B A Hardaway and Mrs Frank Hardaway spent Sunday at Hen ry CoxsMiss Payne visited in Meade county several days last week Miss Blanche Jolly left Aug 15th for Republic Michigan where she will be the guest of Dr W L Cain Some of our young folks went to the picnic at Sulphur Well Saturday Miss Anna Compton is visiting in OwensboroMiss Cain has returned to Norton Infirmary after a twoweeks va cationMrs Eliza Miller Hogensville and Miss Zelma Strother Big Spring visit ed at Charles Blanfords recently Mrs Elma JMorton of Louisville is spending some time with her brother Z T Stith Misses Katie Hardaway and May Jordan are visiting in Grayson county Miss Mary Payne is visiting her sisI ter Mrs James Witt at WebsterI Miss Grace Cofer is visiting Miss Fannie Hardiway The Womans Foreign Missionary Society will hold its regular meeting Friday afternoon at 230 The Elizabethtown District meeting will be held the 29th and 30th at Bew leyville We hope each society in the t district will send a representativeI Dr Walker will be in Hardinsburg Aug 29 30 31 to do dental workI MCQUADYtt t Jesse McGary who has been quite ick for some time is convalescent Garfield Burden is moving his sawmill from here to Irvigtoii The hall game between Glendeane egI and Cloverport Col here last Saturday resulted 20 to 2 in favor of Clover ort boys A child of M T Duncans fell offa horse last week and sustained fracture and dislocation of the arm which was attended by Dr Sandbacb and is doing wellMrs Cliff Duncan of Grayson county is Visiting M T Crews and family Mrs J A Sandbach returned romJJ Hardinsburg Monday where she hasI been visiting at Hnrbert Beards and lvin Skillmans The Modern Woodman of America- at this place has decided to give a ice ream supper and ball In the near future so watch for thee bills Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cletmet soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrlisspreae over the membrane and Ili absorbed Relief Ii Im mediate and tcure follows It U not tirylng doei Dmgogist or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 6fi Warren Street New York NITRO CULTURES XleiraltN ol a Field Tent Designed to Throw Light on Their Value The Georgia farmer has during thei past year or so become deeplyI Inter ested in the use and distribution of commercial ultro cultures for legumes particularly those for the cowpea nnd alfalfa Their sale at relatively costly figures has also been extensive and many public testimonials some of them very highly colored regarding the sup posed efficacy of these preparations have been published from time to time The state experiment station has therefore pursued a lino of work tile object of which was to present the public with a clear unbiased state ment of the results of a field test de signed to throw some light upon tbelr value conducted fairly and Impartially yet under conditions as favorable as could possibly be devised for tho com mercial nitro culture to get In Its workSoil A 1 rvnil y Full of linetcrln It Is now reported that tin examina tion of the experimental pInts planted In Iron cowpens one plot Inoculated and the other untreated disclosed the fact that both were equally covered by nodules n critical examination falling to reveal the slightest difference be tween them Hence not only Is the conclusion In I evltable that inoculating the seed with the commercial nitro culture for cow- peas gave no results In this expert ment but also that no results rould have been obtained on account of the fact that the soil was already thor oughly Infested It therefore an ex haustive search for a plot of unluocu fated soil met with failure it Is most unlikely that the average soil of this section will anywhere be found unin tested The Conclusion For Georgia The brief conclusion of the whole matter by Mr Starnes who writes the report is First That few soils throughout middle Georgia are likely to be found not already thoroughly colonized or InI oculated with tbe special form of P rndiclcola which uses the cowpea as its hostSecondConsequently whether the commercially distributed cotton dried I nitro culture for the cowpea does or does not contain living colonies of this bacterium It Is valueless here White Velvet Okra Okra Is distinctly a southern vegetable i and Is highly appreciated by many southerners It grows in most of our gardens but frequents the va riety grown is an inferior one i The white velvet Is by all odds the I best we have It excels In two Im portant particulars Tbe stickers or spines which make the handling of okra unpleasant are much less prom I nent and troublesome In this variety and the pod remains tender much I longerIUsually there will be found a considerable i difference In the productiveness I and quality of the pods of the different stalks Some will approach the com mon okra in roughness while some stalks will branch little and bear only 1 a few pods The remedy Is to selectII your own seed from stalks which are 1 uniform In quality of pod and which branch freely and put on plenty of fruit Southern Cultivator t I A Grape Fruit GroTeJA man certainly requires patience I and capital to attempt to make anI orange or grape fruit grove In the south era end of Florida but when he has breught his grove to full bearing he bas as solid an Investment as can be found Ills profits Increase each year and the value of the property likewise He Is too far south to ever fear injury to trees or fruit from cold and trees once established In these rocks are drought proof The rocks a foot or so down are always moist even In the driest times The tree roots work through the rocks In all directions and apparently get something out of the rocks besides the moisture Groves that are from six to ten years old and In good condition are valued at from 1000 to 1500 an acre says a Dade 1 county correspondent of the Country GentlemanJJ Boiled or Self Boiled The various lime and sulphur mix J tnres some with and somn without salt and caustic soda are all recom mended by the New Jersey experi ment station as giving more uniform results when boiled by fire or steam 1 than when self boiled It is advised to boll them with fire or steam when it can be done without too much labor The self boiled mixtures are sometimes convenient because more easily made though slightly less reliable unless carefully prepared and thoroughly ap piled Mason fruit Jars ono half gal lon size 60 cents per dozen Julian Brown COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per day Z fJ DR TAYLOR VRepreentlnI M 4 TAYLOR KEENE if I DENTISTS ffOF OWENSBORO JJWill be In Cloverport on the I12th 13th and Hth ot each m 1 month Dr Lightfoots office I 1 + j1 Will be in tlardlnsburg on the jltiI 19th 20th and 21st of each l ij month Dr Kinclicloes office 7 1 How about your eyes Do theyrAte you always rubbing f them Does your head- ache9 when you read 1 M Then your eyes are wrong you need Masses WclI test your eyes free tH andcan fix you np with ijrn the right glasse- sSEVERS = =C == c =DRUG CO- w 2 Li = + A Ifl WaitsAdvertis- ements M J L1I V 1 + Inserted under this head atone cent n word per week n Full o AIEIrarrn or 30 acres for sale 4 If from Iellvllle un Ilawesvllie road 8 lianirs e 1 room dwelling 4 acres In urchiml well watered nil lilll land If Interested address Mike Stephens rellvllle Ky SAIKTlireu splendid muck lOws ICOK extras butter cow and two good work cheap for rush J K Keith Fun SAIEKurinH Adklsson Slro tClovcrport Ky ANTEIjciitltniiin or lady with good rigforael0t200weekly and expenses udvunced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky poll SALEA tuition certificate In the Howling Oren lluslnoss College Hreck onrldgu News FOR SALE Four room cottage with cellar solo cheap AlvIn Simmons Clover port Ky WATEDIolve horseshoers at once fitper litters fIS to floor 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required Spare time valuable Write ut once for full particulars und enclose selfaddressed envelope GENEIt AI NANAfJKH Ill E Luke St Chicago FOR SALE PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machines lot ot Rood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline KnKlnesMAKTIN GABLE 51B 3rd Street Louisville Ky Labor Wanted I will employ 75 good men to work on the public roads job will last two months will pay 110 to 125 per day for further information apply to J V St Clair Road SuperviserI HARDINSBURG KY a ts d lxQ GG b1i1 7 IrJ MEET ME AT NOLTES Il TOMORROW I j Is the Day the Fun Begins l Masons Big Barbecue I Vill have a larger crowd than ever Everybody you meet say they are coming IF YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN ANYTHING TO WEAR THAT DAY COME TO US WE HAVE THE WHITE HATS AND CAPS OXFORDS SHOES SUSPENDERS SHIRTS FANS UNDER WEAR HOSIERY PANTS UMBRELLAS AND BELTS AND NUMEROUS OTHER THINGS FOR COMFORT NEW LINE OF READYTO WEAR SKIRTS FOR LADIES J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky m Q MAKERSann 1 tX yE carefully safeguard F V V the interests of our 1 1customers Moreover unE1I we freqvently doit opporm opporm 11 v confidential ways LET US HAVE h- rr YOUR BUSINESS t 1 jjusAll business entrusted to will receive prompt and careful attention Highest 11 r rate of Interest paid on time deposits 1 11INSUIED AGA I N 8 T i 1 LOSS BY FIRE AND I BURGLARY CONSER m VATIVE BOARD OF fp DIRECTORS EFFI CIENT OFFICERS Ij m I Y CloverportY IMyI Take Tablets Seven MDoa sold pat 13 saonthft If You Wish the right flour buy FLOUR If you would have your bread biscuits rolls cakes and pies of superior quality you make them so by using this superior brand of flour The special process of milling by which Cadicks Gold Dust Flour iis made eliminates all indigestible portions of the wheat leaving only healthful nourish ing strengthening qualities Try it C Ind boxes arrKlr rlrrrttlrr trKrrtRlrrtrllta j No Waiting Here I x Just tell us how much x lumber you need We have 3 all kinds of i Framing material I and choice Poplar and x Walnut is ready for x you I Thats the thing un ft able to get so quick before Let us have your 8 t order today n t Your House Barn or t Stable may need repairs 5 Ili x tREEBER US Seaton i x Q i a Dont Forget 3 The Breckenridge News BOOTH At The I Masonic Picnic JI t To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Ia TLis Signature CADICKSGOLD can Weatherholt Cloverport Ky- bitRitililflitililtitAAititSeil111ititSlilSID TOMORROW f Cure Crip lb Two Days on every Ibcx25c t I I I i J t 0 i 1 j f l I tr Y fjI1 i 1 f r ft r tJI c 1 I f 1f1 I i Ji i f L 1 r I tt- irpi t J tCj f i 1 f J t i1 1z oI v S i iZI J s ieY+ J J Pf F I + I c r r- i Jhj i t t r fF j q 4n i tit J i t I 0 TROUBLE WITH TROOP bee Feeling at Brownsville Texas Is Running UighI SOLDIERS KEPT IN QUARTER itate Guard In Camp Anxious to Get a Crack at Colored Regulars Gov ernor Ordered Rangers to the Scene Business Entl ly Suspended and Further Trouble Is Feared Brownsville Tex Aug 17Slnco the recent raid by nogro soldiers from Tort Brown race feeling here Is run Ding high- Further trouble Is expected with the negro troops A citizens guard of 160 men Is stationed along the road between this city and Fort Brown and if the negro soldiers nttompt to leave the garrison it is the avowed purpose of the citizens to shoot them Gown There were 400 Winchester rifles sold to citizens The report that officers of the garrison are afraid of the negro troops determined the cltl tens to take no chance Many people1 are leaving their homos on the side of the city near Fort Brown An ad ditional appeal was made to Governor Lanham to send state troops Bust ness Is entirely suspended here It Is reported the Texas National Guard troops attending the muneu vers at CanipMabry are clamoring to be sent to Brownsville Sensational rumors inflated the militiamen It li now believed the negro raiders committed the recent acts In Browns yule In retaliation for the reported In tention of Texas militiamen to use ball cartridges in the event the Unit ed States permitted the negro troops to participate In the Camp Mabry maneuvers Adjutant General Hulin considers It unwlso to send state troops here The committee sent a most urgent message to President Roosevelt Sen ators Bailey and Govornor LRiibam detailing the outrage and stating that after two days dlllgea Inquiries It has boen found that no blame at taches to the citizens and asking that the negroes lJ replaced by white troops The message states that threats have been made by the sol diers that they will break out again and burn the town and It iIs feared j the five commissioned officer can not control the men The governor mid senators are implored to do all they can to secure the removal of the negro troops It Is said the government Investiga tion will result In n courtmartlal for one or more officers SHORT SHRIFT Negro Lynched While the Governor Pleaded to Save Him Columbia S C Aug 17Within the shadow of the home of his victim Miss Jennie Brooks after having been Identified by her and after Gov ernor Haywood addressed the mob in Vain Bob Davis the negro who mur derously attacked Miss Brooks Aug 13 with Intent to commit assault and who afterwards outraged a negro girl 14 years old was lynched at Green wood Thursday night Governor Haywood reached the scene shortly after the negro was cat turgid A platform was erected In a fence corner on the premises of the victims father from which platform Governor Haywood addressed the mob In an effort to prevent the lynch ing The governor beseeched the mob riot to lynch Davis At the conclu non of his speech the governor was vociferously cheered The mob then removed the prisoner from the view of the governor and within a short distance of the home of his victim the negro was riddled with bullets Girl Bound Hand and Foot Indianapolis Ind Aug liEl1a Vansickle 13 who started from tho home of a relative to her home was found bound hand and foot near the railroad tracks in the northeastern part of the city several miles from her home The Vanslckle girl says ehe was seized by n strange man A handkerchief saturated with chloroform was thrust Into her face and she loon lost consciousness She says that when she first recovered consciousness she was lying on the railroad tracks and the headlight of a locomo tive was approaching She managed to throw herself ort the tracks Campbell Nominated Dallas Tex Aug 17 Thomas H Campbell a native of Rusk Tex the place of the nativity of the late Governor Hogg was nominated by the Democratic party as Its candidate for governor of Texas He will bo the second native governor of Texas Campbell Is a lawyer but for several years was general manager of the In tornatlonal Northern railway Boys Rolled Under Train Jefterionville Ind Aug 17Whlle playing on a pile of sand at the side of the Pennsylvania railroad tracks in this city Harold Kennedy 10 and Walter Tltts 9 rolled under a pass ing suburban train Tho Tltts boy waa instantly killed Kennedy had both legs cut off one arm broken his head badly bruised and Is not expect ed to live Body of Abner Jones Mlddlesboro Ky Aug 14 The body of Abner Jones said to have been a member of Frank Balls gang was found near tho scene of the recen battle betwt m Ball and the Kentuckj officers at Rose Hill Va i AWfULL PSORIASIS 35 MS Terrible Scaly Humor in Patches All Over the BodySkin Cracked and BleedingItching Unbear ableCured by Cuticura in Thirty Days at Cost of 475 ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA III was afflicted with psoriasis for thirtyfive years It was in patches all over my body I used three cakes of Soap six boxes Cuticura Ointr ment and two ottles of Cuti cura Resolvent I bathed with the Soap applied te Ointment once n day and took the Resolvent as directed In thirty days I was completely cured and 1 think permanently as it was about five years ago The psoriasis first made its appear ance in red spots generally for inga circle leaving in the center aspot about the size of a silver dollar of sound flesh In a short time the affected circle would form a heavy dry scale of a white wndunllydropby bathing or using oil to soften them the flesh would be perfectly raw and a light discharge of bloody substance wouldoozoout That scaly crust would form again in twentyfour hours It was worse on my arms and limbs al though it was in spots all over my body also on my scalp If I let tho scales remain too long without remov ing by bath or otherwise the skin would crack and bleed I suffered intense itching worse at nights after getting warm in bed or blood warm by exercise when it would be almost unbearableTo it all up I would not go through such another ordeal of affliction for thirtyfive years for the State of Kansas signed W M Chidester Hutchinson Kan April 20 1005 Cutlrtiri Sup Olntmntnd 11I1 trf Kl throughout tho Iattrlru Chm rt iiJrifrlonOjMillfd Krw How to Cute ALL FOR BROWN Election of the Ohio Man Was Typical I Peace Victory ilinrviiiioila Mnn Aug HAI I spirited rivalry since the opening of the G A R encampment tho election of officers for the ensuing year was turned Into a great peace victory of mutual fellowship and good will The following were electod- Commanderinchief R B Brown of Zanesvllle 0 for senior vice commander William H Armstrong of In I dianapolis for junior vice command er E B Fcnton of Detroit for chap lainInchief Archbishop John Ireland of St Paul for surgeon general W H Johnson of Lincoln Neb All other officers are staff appointments which will be announced by the new com manderlnchlef In due time The commanderlnchlef of the Grand Army R B Down was born In 1845 and has always lived In Ohio He enlisted In the Fifteenth Ohio infantry at 16 and served in the Fourteenth army corps in the Army of the Cumberland until he was mustered out In 1864 He then reenlisted as a veteran soldier and served as such until the end of the war He was a private throughout the first three years of his service and then became a noncommissioned officer He has always been active and prominent in the work of the Grand Army and Is a past commander of the department of Ohio He is editor of the Zanesvllle Courier W R C Election Minneapolis Minn Aug 17Mrs Carrie Sparkling of St Louis was elected national president of the Womans Relief Corps Her principal rival was Mrs Kate Jones of New York Mrs Sparkling has previously held a number of high offices in the organization ANOTHER BANK In Receivers Hands on Account of Failure of Stensland Chicago Aug 17The Garfield Park bank at 2024 West Madison street was placed in the hands of a receiver by Judge Bethea In the Unit ed States district court Three cred itors with claims amounting to sev eral thousand dollars filed the petit tion In court asking that Ellis E Drake president of the Institution as well as the bank be declared Insol vent The assets of the bank are not given in the petition The court ape pointed Harry Hiestand receiver fix ing bond at 10000 The Milwaukee Avenue bank failure is said to have caused the smaller institution to close Since the failure of the Milwaukee Avenue bank the depositors in the Garfield Park bank withdrew deposits When the three creditors who asked for the receiver went ta the bank for their money they were given no satisfaction and the courts action followed Drake declared that ho Is solvent and If given time to dispose of certain securities he will be able to pay all creditors in full CURE a CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couth Syrup Testes Good Uu In time Sold by drurglsts CONSUMPTION A WEEKS HAPPENINGS I I RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Boyle County Farmer Gives Himself Up and Says He Has a Mania ForII Burning Barns Physician ed by a Negro Danville Ky Aug 13John Wels Jgers big stock barn valued at 6000 located one mile from here burned I 10 days ago At the time it was supposed the lireI started by spontaneous combustion which was owing to the fact that the I loft had Just been filled with new hay James Spalding a wealthy planter residing three miles from town drove his carriage to thA jailers residence stepped to the door and rang the bell The officer responded and Spalding instructed his driver to take the carriage home then informed the Jailer that he burned the barn and asked to be lockedWelslgerI I Ho said he had no ill will toward Mr Welslger but that at times he just felt mean and that but great desire was to burn barns Spalding was taken before Judge Nichols where ho again stated his case and was ordered to jail to await his examining trial Spalding has a wife and three small I children The family Is among theII most prominent of the county Physician Assaulted I Paducah Ky Aug 16Thls city which was the center of excitement during the Mayfield attempted lynch ing when a negro was legally hanged was again aroused when a desperate negro made a malicious attack on one of the most prominent phy slclans of western Kentucky Dr J W Pendley Is the victim A garden I ers wagon filled with watermelons passed down street As Fendloy priced the melons Gabe Fletcher tho ne- gro climbed on the wagon and InI sulted Pendley because he the negroII was not waited on first Pendley struck the negro who retaliated byI hitting Pendley with a brick The negro and a companion fled but they were pursued captured and taken to JailIShot His BrotherlnLaw Glasgow Ky Aug 13At Edmon ton Buford Pursley shot J E Me Candless The men were brothersin law and had not been on friendly terms for some time While lcCandI less wns talking to friends on the I street Pursley approached unobserved and with a warning I umI going to shoot you fired the chnrgeI tearing a large hole in the victims side and almost severing his arm Parsley has not been captured Mc Can loss fell at almost the same spotI where Judge Price fell when killed by a brother of McCandless two years ago West Virginia Feud Welch W Va Aug 13Tom Har man was brought here from Berwlnd It is alleged he was shot through the head by his fatherinlaw Marlon Lambert after a series of family trou bles resembling the Hatfield Mccoy feud in its early stage It Is said Lambert shot him without warning and deliberately walked away defying any one to arrest him The relatives ot Harman are scouring the moun gains and a general slaughter Is ex pected if the opposing forces meet Lambert is known to have several of- his relatives with him Girl Outraged Columbia Ky Aug 15Llzzle Hancock who resides at the home of B F upman a farmer on the Green River section of Adair county was the vie tlm of a negro The negro was armed with a pistol and warned Miss Han cock not to make any outcry As soon as the negro went away Miss Hancock gave the alarm Miss Hancock thinks the can identify her assailant Negro Seized Child Huntington W Va Aug 15Gert- ie Wheeler 11 while walking with her parents down Ninth street was seized by a negro as she passed a lark alley The negro ran with the child but was so closely pursued by the parents that he dropped her after olng about 50 yards The alarm was given and several negroes wero arrested but they could not be Identified Cloudburst at Vlncennes VIncennes Ind Aug 17An Inch and a half or rain fell here In 20 minutes The streets were badly flooded and several barns were blown down Two Immenlle brick smokestacks of a oval distilling company wero struck by lightning and totally wrecked The storm was the worst experienced In years and the damage will amount to thousands of dollars After a Crap Game Bluefleld W Va Aug 17WhenJ- ohn Smith a white track walker broke Oley Fulton a negro laborer In a game of craps at Antler and do lined to resume play after Fulton obtained more money the negro shot he white man killing him instantly I fulton was arrested and hurrlel to Velch on a handoar to prevent ynahingSuicides Body Unclaimed Louisville Ky Aug 13As yet no- me has claimed the body of Alma llfton a variety performer who com itted suicide Thursday Her role Ives reside at Paterson N J Socialists Nomlnav Memphis Tenn Aug 14 Thomas H Haines a locomotive engineer was nominated for congress by the Social lilt congressional convention for the- l4I1th I district of Tennessee I DraggingDown Pains are a symptom of me most ertow trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and palatal periods weakening drains backache headache nervousness dizziness Ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure Is WINE OF Cardui Ii The Female Regulator that wonderful curative vegetable tract which exerts such a strengthening Influence on all exII organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses It is a sure and permanent cure for all femaleI complaintsAt and dealers In 100 bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN la my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo lIalso In my right and left sides and my menses were rery painful and Irregular SInca taking Cardul I feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I did It Is the best medicine I ever took VOrRS RIGHTS I In Primary Elections at Viewed by a Kansas City Court I Kansas City Aug HIn the circuit court it wns decided by Judge Bruin I back that it is contrary to the con stitution of the United States for apolitical committee to make an arbl rary ruling defining what members of the party should have the right to vote at primary elections basing the ruling on how the members of the party votoJ at the last state election Judge Brumback declared that tho ballot Is sacred under the constitu Ion and that no political party has the right to investigate and find out how u man voted at the past election The present committee ruled that no mea who had not voted the party ticket at the last state election had the right to vote at the approaching county primary election and certain members of the party who had not voted the straight party ticket at the last state election appealed to the circuit court to stay the action of the committeeDempsey u Defeated Bernard Cincinnati 0 Aug 16 Riotous scenes characterized the Hamilton county Democratic convention called to select delegates to the state con vention The turbulence resulted over the fight for control of the convention between the followers of Mayor Dempsey on one aide and Lewis G Bernard who for a long time hat been the local Democratic leader Bernard was defeated The following delegates at large were selected Mayor E J Dempsey Charles E Roth M W Marx Jerry Mulroy Henry Imwalle Thomas Bentham and Frank Pfalt Discord Prevails Rio de Janeiro Aug 17 General discord prevails among the members of the committee of the International American conference having the Dra go doctrine resolution under consideration Central America and Urugury and Colombia desire the elimination of the whole subject from the pro gram and Brazil the United States and Mexico desire Its recommends lion to The Hague tribunal without comment Argentina Is vacillating Miss Case Left Oyster Say Oyster Bay N Y Aug 16Mlaa Asl L Esac or Elizabeth Case who was to have been taken to Mlneola and given a hearing In lunaoy proceedings growing out of her persistent efforts to interview the president or Mrs Roosevelt Jeft Oyster Bay At first she asserted she would face the inquiry Into her sanity but at her boarding house It was stated she left for New York- Burglars Missed Valuables Charleston W Va Aug 13Bur- s entered the jewelry establish ment of C G Borgman Company by digging through the 1S inch brick wall In the rear About 800 worth of goods was taken but the safe In which were diamonds and other valuables worth many thousand dollars was undis turbed There la no clew Bargain Day Rush St Joseph Mo Aug 16One woman perhaps fatally injured and ninny others more or loss seriously hurt is the result of a bargainday rush at a store here The chief of police ordered the store closed but rescinded tha ordor when ha found policemen on duty there had the situ ation under control Mrs Cralgla Dead London Aug HMrs Pearl BJary T Teresa Cralgla 89 John Oliver Hobbes the authoress and dramatist died in her sleep of heart failure Her death was totally unexpected she having been apparently perfectly well when she retired TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BBOMO Quinine Tablets Drujrelsts refund money If It falls to euro E W GROVES signature la on eac hbox 2Sc 199 MlI N + + + The Bank of Hardinsburg r and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 50000 00 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vie Robertson B P Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary 2 N NNNN4INNNNNN +IN + r W II BowMEn President A B KILLMAX Cashier F L LIGIITFOOT VicePresident CIIAS SKILLVUN ASSt Cashier The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGI3 BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicitedtNr1NNHN NN NqN 1 p First State Bank 4 IRVINGTON KY j W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Preslden f H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits I f + THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + the the cars the an acre would do it you can buy the 1100 land for 10 some wbere else the proposition is just as can buy the lWhy shouldnt you do U1 If wish Know more about it write for copies our Texas and books They are tree A Agent 951 Bldg St Louis Socialists Oklahoma City Okla Aug 17 The Socialists of the two territories are In convention here The principal speakers are Mother Jones of Chicago Jack Woods of England and George W Davis of Trenton Mo J E Snyder Socialist secretary for the territories says We will place del egates In the field for the tional convention in every point where we can find a Socialist and we can find them every place now We will also place a Socialist ticket In the field which will run in the middle of the road without fusion Bank Cashier Parkersburg W Va Aug 1GThe bank of Smithville In Ritchie county was closed by a state bank examiner George C Clammer cashier Is under arrest charged with falsifying the accounts of the bank The shortage Is alleged to be 3000 Crammer was on a warrant sworn out by the directors He waived examina tion and was sent to Jail in default of a bond of 2000 The shortage Is said to be due to the cashier remit ting overdrafts in goodsized sums Nebraska Fusion Lincoln Neb Aug 17A fuslo agreement with the Populists was made by the Democrats in which the Populists indorsed Shallenberger for governor and other candidates nominated by the Democrats the Populists naming candidates for auditor super intendent of public Instruction and railroad commissioners I Thi Kind You Nays Always Bought Bears the7J ISignature of Toe most centrally located aril only jI firstclass hotel In city making a 1200 rateII Street pass the door to all of city- Everything neat andclean putaII J farmtodayfor100Figures OnYou good FarmsYou it in SouthwestI you to of Oklahoma HILTON General Passenger Frisco M- oL Active constitu Arrested arrested CASTORIAFor THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prim tears 83 7508 75 cows 2 86434 70 betters 32 6095 35 bulls 12 0004 10 stockers and feeders 3 2 604 25 Sheep and Lambs Sh ep 34 2606 75 lamb 6 0007 85 yearlings II 0096 II Calves i IS OOG7 00 Hogs Choice to prime heavy 86 1006 20 medium to rood heavy 15 9606 05 butcher weights N 10 0C 25 good to choice heavy mixed 5 9e 06 05 packing 35 6005 98 pigs fS 100 S 25 Wheat No2 red 70H7mo Oats No2 30UC CornNo 3 4950cEAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export 35 2501 00 shipping steer 14 8505 25 butcher steers U 7501 00 heifers 3 266 00 fat cows 2 2504 fu bulls U 264 00 milkers and springra 130 0055 00 Sheep and Lamb Good to choice yearlings 6 0006 50 wether 5 606 00 mixed 15 255 60 ewes 14 75 6 25 spring lamb 6 DOSS 4t Calves Beat n 75 OS 25 Hogi Heavies 26 40 6 45 mediums 18 456 60 York ers II 60 O 6 55 pigs 6 80 roughs Ii 0 GS 26 stags J4 0004 50 CLEVELAND Cattle Choice steers 15 0005 26 heifer 34 00i 60 fat oowtf n 2603 00 bulls 33 253 50 mllktrs and springers S10 00045 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice spring lamb 37 2507 60 curlings 35 0005 50 mixed sheep 34 f005 00 wethers 35 0096 50 ewes 34 0004 50 Calves 37 60 down Hogs HeavlB 31 30 pigs Yorker and mixed 36 40 stags 33 7504 25 roughs 15 0005 3- 0PITTSDURGCattle Choice 35 709 f 00 prime 36 3005 60 tidy butchers 34 6005 00 heifer 33 0004 60 coo bulls and aUgs 32 0004 00 fresh cows 125 00045 00 Sheep and Lambs Frlmo wethers 35 6505 80 good mixed r54043 05 60 lambs 35 0005 00 Calves Veal 15 0008 00 Hogs Heavy hogs 3C M mediums Yorkers and pigs 35 4508 W BOSTONWool Ohio and PennsyrVaj nla XX and above 34035cs X 31Wc No 1 400Uo No 2 38039o fine fH washed 2SJ7cI unwashoi delaine 37 tucky and Indiana combing Hbloodv 0SSc washed delaine 36036Uo Xen I3H035C r4 blood UeSfc CINCINNATIWheat No 2 red 71tf 0733 c CornNo 3 mixed IZo Ots cJLrrd8HO 25 Hogs 35 1B6 15 Cattle 12 0005 35 Sheep 32 7604 65 Leibs14 6008 16- TOLEDO Wheat 72o corn 6Sc taU 32c rye C6Hc cloverseed n 16 y 4 a a PrLII lARRS TRADELETTER m Spring Wheat Crop be Mark- d at 70c Level Chicago or Will American Farmers Dictate Prkes Corn Trade Preparing For The Last Ruu From it Preserves Oats The i iOnly Short Crop 1 In Sight pPJe4iklv I review of Grain Trade Con jfekeiii ffUlcb are shaping prices pre pM4 wpmely for flews by the Far Rae Coraajipflion House of H H Carr Qt 86 Beard of trade Chicago 1fejNjIptt reivers of Cash Urala in this ticdirect from Prodacea hence Ki loraation regarding crop oosd aietdteWlp frog niOBJ48Oreta Brat ear reader being interested in feiypraiB markets and needing a work JtriS coBimiaaioser merchant sfcoaid afptf11 to command the services of this firm TtW devalonmanta the lath few diva MB la the wheat trade market make fee situation all the more interesting m any who would strike It balance ween wheat production Bad wheat ices The tendency baa bewq down rd nitiLtha September contracts are MW around the 70o levelI Several im fKKttfat things are to be considered in price making at this writing It looks fly if the decline baa entirely discount yieldfir41 about 500 million bushels Evidence el this la sees In the fact that south wegtern wheat raisers have almost stopped selling sC Louts and Kansas City now have ejpta less than half of those of a ir ago The new question to be solv ed by the trade Is bow soon and in how large qnantity will the new spring wheat be marketed Winter wheat marketsIWhNathe soring wheat move in the same volume with prices down to 70c in Chicago and at a lower figure in other markets Favorable weather over the fifing wheat country and good pro greaa wltn the harvest will soon settle Ids question Tbe third important e slderation for the trada is the foreign demand It has been disappointing eo far even at the decline in our ICThe London Statist declares tkal before many weeks importing Europe will be forced to buy more freely of American wheat than tot any years If American wheat raisers wjopt the same tactics as corn raisers ld on the big crop of 1905 selling 3Hly when prices were well advantd lad shutting off supplies when the Market declined then foreign buyers Hiay find prices on this side markea up hiln they are ready to make their harvest purchases Naturally there iia liquidation by holders tor Septem bar at this time This has a depress lug effect on the later months Many are predicting further decline to possi bly 71c for December and 75c for Nay jo this market but any one of the im portent considerations we have named may be the means of changing tbe course of the market before it reaches that leve- lhThere Ins been little doubt at any Ifce that corn reserves from the bill Sip of the last year are liberal Several rmes the trade has been disappointed very moderate offerings when liberal pintry selling was expected The reo kt fine weather has put tbe growing I in excellent sbapeFatm work has jgressed so that harvesting is out ot way This leaves the way clear for ger marketing of corn reserves test advices indicate tnat the offer jgs are more liberal than for some jime This bus had tbe effect of faro fig holder of September cornto letlgp If You Suffer with F Rheumatism Dot I WillIjJ rTs reInPolswhIchRheumatismbago UlIUorwtwenty years thebloedpossiblealmost DnttotmI to fteshthatWlUli 06l1blecanlaodidGse blood ih01 whlahdandIogthenthatlethefI endheumatiam ItJUloWInforYouIUttodayto be Rheumatism you who exporlence weatheribowithoutIRHEUCURBy gmpllshes results Sold uaiecov EVENS DRUG CO I I The break pas not been abrupt because cash prices are well over the level of future Stock are light receiots are aniPlI the visible supply is 1600000 bus less than a year ago and it may take a very tree movement from first hands to cause much depression in the speculative market We recall that it is nnnsnal for May corn in the month ofMay to rule ranch under 45c of late years Contracts for that monta are at 45c at this writing and the money makers in the trade are of the opinion that will find friends in numbergreat agthe price settles back under thetlJjzare named Toe oats trade his a different situa tion to consider than that notes in wheat and corn The yield for the year will be far short of 1005 For the first half of this month rains have done considerable damage to oats in shock west and in the Ohio river country Grain has been stained and otherwise damaged Advene weather has had the effect ot preventing such receipts as the trade expected from the east There is only moderate selling pr sure on the open market against the coup try offerings This market shows considerable stabboxneas in view ot the break in the leading markets CARR C7L O t1- 1su teaTM Klp4You tlinn Suughl 4tf Reunion at Tar Springs A number of OBrien relatives from Blue Grass and other sections ot the state are holding a reunion at Tar Springs The party Includes the fol lowing Misses Nell OBrien Mary OBrienBessie OBrienRuth OBrien Augusta OBrien Alberta OBrien Mary Carter OBrien and Miss Isabelle PiKe desists Jnuins OBrien Herman OBrien Ambrose OBrien Lewis OBrien Bacnon and Conloy CarterThe OBrien party was Joined by the following persons at Uloverport iMadore Popnam Claud Pteroeall June tarter Misses Deasie and Esther Popham and Dr A E Popbam of I Ubiontown HAS STOOD THBTBST 25 VBAR3 The OldycrhtlnalGROVES Tasteless Chill are taking ItIs Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay SOc Blames the Law Published by request Do men realize bow unjust how selfish and unreasonable they are to ward tneir wives What man would stand for two minutes the position he gives his wife The wife as a rule hds to carry an equal burden with the husband and in many cases hers is much the Heavier for very often she is expected to be cook housefceepor nurse and seamstress if not laundry women and acrno woman also Then when all of this is done to save her husbands earnings what is bet reward T Does the husband consider her a joint owner of what has been saved No He puts it in hIS own pocket and it she wants a few dollars to maKe her home or her person presentable she most submit it to the husbands judge ment as to whether or not she needs it and in many cases she is denied pointblank what rightfully belongs to her Is it any wonder that some j women are driven to pilfer their hun bands pockets It IS not a wonder that more women dont resent such in justice If the wife protests against such treatment she id told that tne money must go for more useful pur poses that perchance it oust go to provide a home for her and thus she surrenders her wants and wishes But does he make her a joint owner in the home he is paying for with herearnings just aa much as his ownNosne simply has a place in the home during bislife timeand at his death me law in many states made b pan aloneon being excluded givea the prUperty to his nearest kindred and the poor widow who worked and saved and struggled for a home even harder than the husband simply has the income of one third during her litetlme which in many cases makes her dependent upon ber children in old age hence the despised mother in law And should not man be ashamed of such aitlw when he does not permit woman to nave any voice jn the law by which she is to abldezBnt when the injustice is pointed out to him he excuses him self by saying 0 well if the law gave the property to the widow she would marry again and her second bus band would pet the property away from her A flimsy excuse and yet it shows the spirit of man toward woman Mrs J McS Denton Md Prof Tyler of Amherst college said recently A man can live corn torta bly without orainti no man ever exist ed without digestive system The dyspeptic has neither faith hope or charity Day by day people realize the importance ot caring for their dt gesti6n realizo the need of the use of a little corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol or Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists Buck number ot slimmer magazines for sale Cheap at the News oSce Me H Ee WILL COME HERE Statement From Roads Presi dent Clears All Doubts As To Destination of New Road The Maclisonville Hartford East ern Railroad within live years will be running into Cloverport President Holman of the M H E made the statement to Mr J A Barry of this city who went to Madi sonville to see President Holman as a representative of the Uoverport Com mercial Club The road is now being constructed to Mitchell where it will join the branch ot tne Henderson Route The new Had will run its trains over this banohlinto Louisville anti the line lions Mitchell to Clover port can be built There will be but two miles of the road bed of the Breckenridge Cannel Coal Co used Toe mute of the new road will be from Mitchell to a point very near Tar Springs ware it will join the Brecnenridge Cannnl Coal Co road bed The new track will mn along this roate into Cloverport where it will connect with the L H St L The new road will be extended to the levee at thn river formally used by tne Breckenridge company This extension will be made for the shipment of coal South by means of the Ohio river By the time the road into Cloverport is completed there will be a nine toot stage of water on the Ohio river thus allowing coal fleets navigation through oat the year Tbe new road will be primarily a coal road Its purpose is to furnish an outlet for the vast coal fields throngL wnlch it will have its root ing This coal will be brought to Clorerport and shipped South and thence to the Panama Canal It was stated to toe News by a party who has become acquainted with ideas of the M H Us E officials that tbf ir intention is to open up a coal field which will compete with coal fields of Pennsylvania in the coallaupplycoal to Cloverport and ship it to Panama cheap r than the firms at Pitrsonrg since the distance is a very great deal less The coal fields they in tend to open will or course be virgin and tbe supply will be inexhanstabl for many years to come The officials cited the fact that it would be much cheaper to bring coal to Cloverport and I wouldItdHlidl Why dose the snn burnt Why does a moaqui tolling 7 Why do we feel un hapP1 in the flood Old Summer Time Answer we dont We nile DeWttta Witch Hazel Salve and these little lilt dont bother us Learn to look forth name on the box to get the gec nine Sold by all druggists OLLIE JAMES MAY RUN FOR GOVERNOR I theII tonight says Thursday Courier Journal having pasted through Washington City on his way home last midnight Con gressman James has just returned from Europe where ne met William Jen Dings Bryan He has been prominently mentioned as candidate tor tbe Democratic non ination for Governor and It is ex pected that on authoritlve anuonce ment of his entry or declination will be forthcoming when he reaches the State For dry cracked lips or tough skin use Dr Snoops Green Salve It positively makes lips and sKin like velvet Sold by Severs Ding Co Back numbers of toe Delineator two for 15 cents it the News office Nice line for paper dolls When a woman suffers from de pressing weaknesses she then keenly realizes how helplesshow thoroughly worthless she IIB Dr Shoop has brought relief to thousands ot such women He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two directspeoiflc ways a local treatment known bj drug cists everywhere as Dr Shoops Night Cure and a constitutional or internal prescription called Dr Shoops Restorative Dr Shoops Night Cure is applied locally and at night It works wnile you sleep It reduces Intiamation it stops discharges it heals it soothes it corn forts it cures Dr Shoops Restorative tablet or liquid form is a constitutional nerve tissue tonic It brlnga renewed strength lasting ambition vigor to weak lifeless women Thooo two remedies singly or used togethet have SB irresistible positive helpful power Try them a mouth aid see Sold by Severs Drug Co THE POWEROF SONG Speaking of things of moral beauty we were deeply impressed a few daysI Rlnce by reading in a paper toe de scriotiou ot a recent occurrence in a police court in one of our largest cities We scarcely ever read anything that affected us more profoundly We give the paragraph entire as we sa it in the paper Thirty men red eyed disheveled lined up before the judge of the court It was the regular morning company of drunxa and disorderlies Some were old and burdened others hung ttair beds in shame IIJust us tpe momentary disorder attending the bringing of tne prisoner- quieted downu strange thing happened A strong clear voioe from below began singing Last night I lay asleeping There came a dream so fair I Last night t It had been for them all a nightmate or a drunken stupor The song was such a contrast to th horrible fact that no one could avoid the sudden shock at the thought toe song suggested It went on 11 stood in old Jerusalem Beside tbe Temple there I heard the children singing And ever as they sang Metbonght the voice of angels From heaven in answer rang The judge bad paused He made quiet inquiry A former member of a famous opera company kown all over the country was awaiting trial for forgery It was he who was singing Inhls cell Meantime the song went on And once again the scene was hanged New earth there seemed to be I saw tile Holy City Besides the aldelesa sea Tne light of God was on its streets The gates were open wide And all who would might enter And no one was denied Every wan in the line showed emo tion One boy at the end of the line after desperate effort at selfcontrol Joined against the wall buried his face in nis folded acme and sobbed On mother mother l The sobs cutting tne wear hearts of the men who heard and the song stilll aching its way through tbe court room blended In the hush At length one man protested Judge said he have we got to submit to this Y We are here to take onniabmeutbut this He too began to sob It wagimpslble to proga ed wit the business of the court ylet the judge gave no order to stop the song The police sergeant after a surprised effort to keep the men in line stepped back and waitel with the rest The song moved to its climax 1 Jerusalem Jerusalem I Sing for the night is oer Hosanna in the highest Hosanna for evermore I In an ecstasy of melody the last words rang out and then there was al silenceThe judge looked into the faces ot the men before him There was not one who was not touched by tbe SOUR 1 not one in whom some batter impulseI was not stirred IIHe did not call the rises singly a Kind word of advlceand he dismiss ed them all No man was fined 01 sentenced to tbe workhouse that morning The song had done more good tha punisntuent could have accomplished Sal In this state it Is not necessary to I serve a five days notice tor eviction of a cold Use the original laxative cough syrup Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar No opiates Sold by all druggists HAYS SAYS HE IS READY TO MEET HAGER Gen N B Hays net Wednesday night at the Willard Hotel says the Louisville Herald He has just return ed from a speaking tour IID Western Kentucky and the only Information that he had of the tact that Judge Hager was going to challenge him for a series of joint debates came fro the newspapers I am glad Judge HAger has seen Ht to take this course said Gen Hays and 1 will be pleased to meet him ou the stnmp tae opportunity to meet my opponent on the same platform is one I desire I have not yet received Judge Hagers letter but will give it my immediate attention when I do receive it Candidates for ollice should gu before the people and I am Burg that they would tarn out to hear ua discuss the issues The people are interested and want to see and hear the men seeklg their suffrage As soon aa I receive Judge Hagers letter I will arrange with him a series of meetincs and I hope that he will agree to canvas the State with me Concerning his own race tieD Hays had little to say He said tnat be was satisfied with conditions every where and believed that ne would be nominated by a handsome majority HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Masonic Celebration Cloverport August 23 Reduced rates from points on main line to Masonic Barbecue at Cloverport 100 for round trip trom points on Branch Seashore Excursion Atlantic City and return Aug 29 krom Cloverport 1025 return limit 15 days from date of sale- Niagara FallsRate of 1250 will be made from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return Date of sales July 23 and 12wdays date of sale Homeseekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rats to California andeSep 15 to Oct 31 1906 L H 8 ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverport5OTAMarttresat Loulsv1lIeT SA51- No 142 Dally Mall and Kxpress leaves Glo verport stnsA M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 135 p m ClueatLoutsvllleCloverportaccommodatton WEST BOUND accommodationleavesvllle 900 am expressleavesatHawesvlIleStanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m ara p p in Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 11tP M arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 1t6 between Louisville atd St Louis Fordsrille Branch EAST BOUND Train No dally except Pinday leaves Fordsvllle430 1l rives Irvington 940 dW Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 30 p m arrives Irvington 520 p ui Train No fl Sunday only ffoitUvlUo830a m Irvlnston 903 am WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 am arrives Fordsvllle 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 6SO p m arrives Fordsvllle P 5 u ni BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS I VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar This Columnhrmggdlh Enos MSmpor 17ajnineratWella ton 0 bit off hIs tongue when jolted while riding in a car Rev lames Brady Baptist preacher of Morristown Tenn bitten by hIs own dog died of hydrophobia Charles H Adkins of Lima Democrat anounced himself as independent candidate for congress in the Fourth Ohio district James Allison superintendent of house of refuge at Cincinnati and Peter Costello his assistant were removed on charge of cruelty to in mates Steamer Erlndale plying between Toronto and Newcastle Ont burned at Newcastle Mrs Constantine stew ardess perished Vessel valued at 20000 Wreck of express train on B O at Lodi 0 by a light engine crashing into rear car caused death of A C thenlight engine John E Murphy former chief of police at Columbus 0 is dead G W Tobey Troy 0 roappolnted member of Qhlo board of pharmacy Thomas Joyces 2yearold son fell into canal at home lu Mlddlotown 0 and drowned N John Fish of Melton Wls fatally afflicted with blood poisoning started by a mos iulto bite Missouri Pacific train in collision at Armour Mo Governor Folk was a passenger but was not injured Frailly Barbee 24 of Portsmouth brakeman on Norfolk Western kill ed in yards at Columbus 0 while making a coupling Engineer and fireman on passenger engine killed in collision on Clncln clnnatl Southern at Wluflold Ky No injuredmRev David J Good of Columbus 0 missing Foul play feared W 0 Farmers stock farm Eden wold near Nashville Tenn sold to syndicate for 60000 Three of the seven men burned by explosion In coal wino at Nantlcoke Pa died of their injuries Pleas Childers farmer near Now ata h T while intoxicated shot step daughter and wife Ho was arrested Generals Andre and Negrlor fought a genuine French duel Andre shot and mIsses and Negrler refused to fire They left the field unreconclled Eta Mayorp 3G suicided in jail at North Baltimore 0 by removing gas connections and applying pipe to his mouth Leaves widow and nluo dill drenCaptain A B Drum 64 superinten dent of the Arlington National cemetery 14 years is dead Fire insurance rates are being In creased in Ohio towns on account of the San Francisco disaster PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTHAMLeltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Air Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- tfARDINSBURO KY UiaCourtsnee Special attention given to coIleeUaf road cases and criminal practice License to p CourtsOSee StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for highgradeby modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Expert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Carmelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET CoeI- NCORPORATZD Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans yule- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednea day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a nt Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 11711 Clovorport to Evansville 179 Cloverport to Owensboro 7O Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I53 4th it Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Snot Sour StomachNo nsrrnre new headache constipation bad brash general debility sour risings and ctUnfc of the stomach are all due to IndiguMsa Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlsoiv ery represents the natural Juices of dips tlon as they exist in a healthy aUmtvh combined with the greatest known Neil and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsla Cure does not only cure IndlgeitUl and dyspepsia but this famous remrfy cures all stomach troubles by cleintlof purifying sweetening and strengthanlif the mucous membranes lining the stomadl Mr S S Ball cl RiYtniwood W Va aysr I was troubled with tour stomach for twntrMItt Kodol cured me and we are now using It Is i for babyKodol Digests What You EtBottles only S 1 I00 SU holdlnt 3K times the Irlr sire which sells for SO ants lhgared by L 0 DWITT Si 00 OHIOAMk Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and the Northwest Dally Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip rates to points In SIISSISSIPPILOUiSIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA and TEXAS on the first cart third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Art sons and Texas Full PertlouUr bad ot Home Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A LoulSTllls Od r 1 1 y V arrau c mow rnwees r r rwerrwr + rrr = we p r 5uq r+ np4 T r yk 13s 1Yr 4fI c te 1 r11TH ReeFra 1y = t4 o Iji n r r j Y8 t t f Y n i N I t A f I di i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1000 BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column Dood Adair was appointed postmas ter at Hawwrllle Ky Wife of Admiral Uojeetveneky or Russia Is seriously 111 Count Roger do Custellane son of the late Marquis de Castellane died at Paris International Typographical union decided to hold next years conven tion at Hot Springs Ark George Manning 7 his brother Her bert 5 and Georgo Watson 10 drowned In the Mononsjahela river near McKeesport Pa Rev Dr Richard Eddy 74 promi nent Unlversallst clergyman in New England and well known as an author and historian dropped dead of heart disease at Gloucestor Mass Fannie King 17 Nellie and Lena Jordahl all of Lake Park Minn drowned in Cormorant lake They wero on a raft with several others The float drifted Into deep water and sank The others were saved From Paris W J Bryan and party went to Madrid- D C Wllholm of Hanover 0 was thrown from his buggy and dragged to deathC Ingeman 68 postmaster at Marrsvllle 0 died of heart trouble Began his third term June 1 Mike Twin Sullivan and Rube Imlth fought a 20round draw at Den ver for the white welterweight chaw pionship William Mohney and ion Roy 28 of near Three Rivers Mich killed by explosion of boiler at their mint distillery Louis Foltz of Milwaukee who assaulted and wounded seven p oplo on a train at Sparta Wig died at the county jail of bullet wounds received la the light- Directors of the Standard 011 oem pany declared a dividend of 6 per share This compares with a divi mead of f9 three months ago and f6 OM year ago Seven men injured by metal explosion at AJax metal company plant IB Philadelphia Pa Mechanicaburg 0 voted dry under Beal law by 141 majority Two years ago voted dry by 40 majority After robbing J A Nutters store at Center Mich burglars set flee to the store and tried to destroy the village Congressman Longworth of ClnclI Mtl 0 son In law of President Iloose volt announces his candidacy for re electionWilliam Duff 80 justice of peace and farmer near Newcastle Pa fatally shot In altercation with four ItaliansMrs Arthur Km fatally injured in runaway accident at Kent 0 caused by horse frightening at elephant circus grounds atII Strike of quarryman at Island off Saiiduaky 0 for Increase of wages failed Over 450 of the old men returned to work John S Bays wellknown lawyer died at Sullivan Ind Howard Armstrong farmer near Casetown 0 killed by Interurban car Fred Baker IS drowned In Potato river at Columbus 0 while bathing I James Oallageer 84 of McCune vllle struck by ll O engine and fa j tally Injured near Shawnee O W H Wblteman GO former judge of Arisonu supreme court native of Oblo died at Los Angeles Cal ot parents At St Louts Joseph Castleman 60 j of Tennessee called on his wife cently divorced and shot her reII of shot himselfII ham Ala short 100000 Bonded at 30000 Under arrest Nine firemen on steamer Mlnnetoa ka arrested at Graveend on charge of delaying passage of steamer by re during steam pressure as protest uralnat their food A Hair- Dressing Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhairwillbestrongand will remain where it belongs on the head not on the comb I The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yea- rsAMado t 7 J a Ayer Co Lowell histiAlso m nuf oturtri or- SARSAPARILLAJ PILLS j O CHERRY PECTORAL I DIVORCE DATA Will Be Gathered In New York by I Federal Government New York Aug HWith a large force of assistants William H Jarvis chief of division In the census bureau of the department of commerce and labor began an inspection of the di vorces granted In courts of Now York city to gather information relating to the causes for divorce The statisti clans will go back 20 years In com piling data of divorce and eeparatlon suits From the records In each case It la intended among other things to ascertain the number of years plain tiff and defendant were married the number of children affected by the decree whether alimony was asked and granted whether intemperance was the causo and whether the suit was contested Powder Mill Explosion Fontanet Ind Aug HBy the ex plosion of 200 kegs of powder at a local powder mill the press mill of the powder plant was wrecked and Frank Hamilton 28 of Xenla 0 was killed Hamilton was at work re pairing a machine in the plant and was blown nearly 100 toot by the ex ViocisImen were awaiting the repair of the ma chine Hamilton was working on before commencing work This it it believed prevented many more being killed The press mill In which the explosion occurred was blown to the ground causing a loss of 85000 Protest From Porto Rico San Juan P R Aug HTho American Federation of Labor of Porto Rico forwarded to President Roosevelt an appeal to which 6000 signatures are appended agalust tho alleged use of police by the Insular administration to obatruot efforts of the federation to Improve the condi tion of working people The appeal declares that the police Interfered with the right of tree speech and persecuted laborers and holds that tho police were responsible for rioting during the recent strike in the cane folds Famous Reporter Washington Aug 16Francis II Smith one of the first official report ers of congressional debates died at Washington Conn where he was born March 11 1829 For many years he was a prominent banker here Daniel Webster was one of the drat men Smith reported in congress Later Smith reported the court mar tial of the Lincoln conspirators and the subsequent trial of John H Sur ratt Another famous trial he covered was that of General Daniel Sickles for the killing of n District Attorney Key Bryans Dates Paris Aug 13 William J Bryan and his party wen in automobiles to Fontalnebleu where they visited the palace Mr Bryan pay his respects to exPtcfito at Ramboulllet He Bryan of Lincoln Nab date for his arrival In New York as Aug 30 He will visit New Haven and Bridgeport Aug 31 Jersey City Sept 1 Chi cago Sept 4 Lincoln Sept 5 St Louis Sept 11 Louisville Sept 12 and Cin cinnati Sopt 13 stopping at Kansas City on the return trip home Farmer Could Throw Wooster 0 Aug I5An unknown young man said to be a resident of Cleveland was hurt badly about the head east of this city He was one of four In an automobile As they sped along the road one of the party throw an empty lacer bottle at Kansas Smith farmer Smith caught the bottle and hurled it back at the party striking one of them on the hoad and cutting a great gash The party stopped at a farm house and secured cloths to tie the Injured mans head but refus ed to give his name No Trouble With Japan Tokyo Aug 13Despite alarmist retorts there Is no danger of the killing of Japanese seal poachers on St Paul island Alaska assuming u state of international gravity The United States ambassador at Tokyo assured Japan that his government will Inves tigate carefully and equitably into tho matter and said ho hoped Japan would not allow tho cordial relations existing between the two countries to be interfered with by so trivial an affray Boers Dislike Argentina Johannesburg Aug IGThe gov ernment has issued a warning to per sons Intending emigrating to tho Ar gentine Republic pointing out the difficulties and disadvantages of so doing Many Boers have returned home from Argentina and others are endeavoring to get back to South Africa Wanted Detroit Canton 0 Aug 16Otis Miller wanted in Detroit for posing as the private socrotary of John D Rocke feller and contracting thousands of dollars worth of debts was arrested hero Whon arrested he gave his name as Fred Kohler It is said he has victims in Cleveland and Loraln Bennett Renominated Ashland Ky Aug ic Republicans of tho Ninth district nominated Con gressman Joseph D Bennett to sue ceed himself The resolutions Indorso President Roosovelt and all ho stands for Wants Clarks Toga Helona Mont Aug 14 Rcproeen tatlve Joseph H Dixon of Missoula announced his candidacy for United States senator to succeed William A Clark whose term expires In 1907 TARFORK Miss Emma Mnttingly of Mat tingly spent n part of last week with Miss Stella Kuppcrt Rev C jjGoff preached at Keenan Chapel last 2nd Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Jackson ac companied by Miss Luln Brickoy of Bnlltown visited Sum Jackson and fatuity from Saturday until Monday near Jolly Station Misses Lessie and Xclia Mat tingly of Mattingly spent Satur day and Sunday with Misses Em ma and Lilo Burdctte Miss Maggie Frank of Owens boro returned home last week ac companied by Miss Maggie Keen an T om Harlmrt of Ohio county spent Sunday night with his cou sin Mrs C L Goff Mr llarbavt is at the Tar Springs for a few daysC L Keenan attended the Woodmens Meeting Friday night at JollyMrs Tilitha Keenan was very sick last Wednesday but is recov eying Miss Lulu Brickeyof Billtown spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs L C Keenan Mrs Simon Bcavin and child ren of Kirk visited her parents Joe Dunn and wife L C Taul wife and daughter Irene of Jolly Station spent last Sunday at their old home the guests of C L Keenan and wife Rev Geo Jones of Pellville preached at Cave Spring church Sunday night and will preach there again the 2nd Saturday night in September Mon wore out soiling mail bozos last week for the It F D route front Glendeane via Tar fork on to Pincheco READ THIS Hipluy Tenn June 1 1001 Dr E W Hall of St Louis Mo Dour air Having tried various reme dies without fctitisfactory resuts I was persuaded to give your Texas Won der a trial 1 hnvo used one bottle and although my case is one of long standing that battled the skill of thna liesc physician yet it yieldoJ jpt once to The Texas 1Vondarv which I heartily recommend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Yours trnlv W H BURTON Pastor Baptist Church Ripley Tenn A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle si the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seuiianal emissions weaK and lame backs rheumatisinaml all iriegulantiesof the kidneys and oladder in troth men and woman reglatos bladder trouble in children It not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mail on renoipt of 1 One small bOttle two months treatment and seldom fuels to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Solo Manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for test- imonialsI Sold bv alidruggists BIG SPRING Dr Dune an dentist from Eliza bethtown left Saturday after two weeks engagement there and will return about the 18th of October Mrs Dunlap Miller has return ed to her home at Ilodgenville after a ten days visit with Mrs Esther Strothcr Miss Edna Dowcll spent a few lays in Custer last week with her sister Mrs John Cook Miss Mabel Scott is visiting her aunt Mrs Melville Eskridge at OwensboroII of Irvington was here Sunday Miss Emma Miller has returned from a visit to Hawesville Miss Fannie Jones is visiting Mrs John D Mcador Miss Maggie Scott who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Sallio Morris leas gone to Louisville to visit her sister Mrs Ed Beard Mr James Harned is suffering from the effects of a kick by a mule two broken ribs Mrs Harned is still very low and not able to retain any nour ishmentDr attended a meet ing of the Muldraugh Hill1 Medi ical Society at Elizabothtown last Thursday he was accompanied by his wifeBorn to the wife of Lou Hobbs on 5tha son Born to the wife of Tom Mar low on the 7th a daughter Mr St Clair of the Seminary filled the pulpit at tho Baptist church Sunday Miss Vernio Moorman visited hr uncle Charles Moorman at St John last week Mrs Eugenia Stith of Louisville and MrsCorbett of Stithton are here with their sister Mrs Harned Rev Russell is conducting a protracted meeting at Howells ChapelMiss Connie Dowell has re turned home at Vine Grove after a visit to her cousin Miss Edna Dowell Raymond Moorman and sister Miss Myrtle are home from a visit to friends at Shepardsville- Mr Neal Trunnell of Sheperds ville accompanied Mrs Raymond Moorman homo andremained about ten days Dr Strothor and wife Ben Clarkson and Miss Lill Clarkson John Meador Sam Arms James Humphery and Pate Dowell at tended the horse sale at Branden burg I Ben Clarkson was in Vine Grove Saturday Calvestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher plan E W Gocdoe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Ir Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well nod safe Before that tune I had a cough winch for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures cbronlc Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaran teed at Seveis Drug Co Price 50o and x100 Trial bottle tre- eLOU1BURG Mr Alaska IK Hardin visited relatives and friends at Holt Sat urday told Sunday Miss Judith Willis lIardins bprg visitedl hot cousin Miss An na Parks last week J B Mays and wife Webster J P Severs and wife Union Star Mrs Almar Severs and little daughter of St Louis Mo were visitors at C C Grants one day last week Miss Myrtle Deacon was a visitor utf H Mays Saturday and SundayC Avitt and wife were guests of John Avitt Sunday Willie Scott of Brazil Ind iis visiting his sister OIlS Ahmcd Cashman Miss Alma Koch and brother Freddie of Louisville are spending the summer with their aunt Mrs Catherine Schmidt Protracted meeting closed at Raymond Thursday with five ad ditions G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Bnrbans of Carlisle Center N Y wines About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kinney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared i am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that Lave elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily re commend Foleya Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Sold by A R Fisher SOLOS BARRED FROM- CATHOLIC CHURCHES The following order given out by William George McCloskey Catholic Bishop of the Louisville diocese will bar solos from the Catholic church in that diocese hereafter The Bishop has also issued an order requiring pries ts to instruct the young of both sexes one hour each Sunday in what they must believe and do to be saved As the l3oly Father in his instructions on Sacred Music or dains that the music rendered by singers in churches shall retain the character of choral music we command that henceforth thorp shall bo no solo singing in any of the churches or chapels of the diocese William George Mc Closkey Bishop of Louisville OFFICIALS NOT INDICTED True Bill I It Foung Against Standard 011 Company Chicago Aug In the investiga tion begun before a grand jury at Cleveland 0 which was abandoned and then resumed here an indictment charging the Standard Oil company with receiving rebates in tho form of nonpayment of storage charges to certain railroad companies was 10 turned by the federal grand Jury be fore Judge S H Bothea The Indictment came as a surprise inasmuch as the grand jury had just begun tho InvestigationThe 011 company Is the only defendant no officials of the company and no railroad companies or officials being named The bond of the company was fixed by Judgo Bethea at 125000 It will be necessary for officials of the Standard Oil company to appear In court and present bond of 25001 for the corporation This is tho case investigated by the grand jury in Cleveland 0 where It was found the grand jury was with out jurisdiction Tho testimony taken there was transferred to Chicago and the documents In evidence were iden titled by witnesses who testified in Cleveland It was on this testimony and evidence that the indictment was returned so quickly The indictment contains 19 counts each count constituting a separate charge under the Elkins law which provides a fine of from f1000 to 20 000 for each violation Under this indictment should the government procure a convictionat the trial of tho issues a fine of 380000 as a maxi mum under the Elkins law may bo assessed NEGROES LYNCHED Three of Them Taken From Jail by a Mob In North Carolina Charlotte N C Aug A mob of 3000 deterrftned men forcibly entered the Rowan county jail at Salisbury removod therefrom three of the five negroes charged with the murdor of tho Lyerly family at Barber Junc tion July 13 and lynched them Nease and John Gillespio and Jack Dillingham supposed to be tho princi pals in that crime wore tho victims of the mob The remaining negroes Henry Leo George Ervin and Bella Dillingham were not molested and officers hurried them off to Greens boro Tho crime for which tho three men wore lynched was committed the I night of July 13 near Barbara Junction about 40 miles from Greensboro Isaac Lyerly a wellknown farmer his wife and two children were killed while asleep a third child as fatally wounded and the house set on fire Tho discovery of tho crime was made by two elder daughters who were sleeping up stairs and were aroused by tho smoke and flames from bolow and who sought to arouse the other members of tho family Tho two girls managed to carry tho dead bodies from the burring house and notified the train dispatcher who wired theII news to the sheriff at Salisbury MRS 0 D ROBINSO I Every Woman in America Is Inl in Thin Woman Exferien HER HEALTH DESTROY BY PELVIC CATARRH 1 j Pcruna has prolonged my life and made a new woman of J me Mrs O D Robinson Mrs O D Robinson 48 St Felix lilt Brooklyn N Y writes I have taken Peruaa and It did on more good than all my two years treatment 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