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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 f f f7 xiy 0 r 1 l Wfierti t4 y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS it1h O ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT- OL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNES 1907 8 Pates NO4+ JTY MAY I BE INVOLVED IN LAW SUIT o Recover Money Paid For Saloon Privileges For One Year t The city of Cloverport will in all probability be made a defendant in a n3ii to recover the licence fee paid the city by Weisenberg Mullen for saloon privileges which it is understood will be instituted in the Breckenridge Cir cuit Court Af the regular session of the City Council Monday night Mr Gus Brown attorney for Weisenberg Mullen made a formal demand of that body for the return to his clients of 1000 the amount paid by them to the city for saloon privileges for twelve months Attorney Brown stated that tle same demand had been made of the county clerk for a return of the money paid him for State license He said he was informed by the clerk that the money was still in his possession the State Auditor refusing to accept it during the pending of the local option contest if caseThe matter was referred to the Finance Committe of the City Council for thorough investigation- Mr Brown stated to a representative of The News that unless the money re ceived by the city from the saloon keepers is returned voluntarily civil proceedings would be instituted in the Circuit Court to recover the full amount paid fora years license which is fIjOOO The proposed action grows out of the decision of the Supreme Court declar ing the local option election held in this J city to be null and void and the subse quent closing of the saloons before the their license expires which is the 10th of July nex- tLOCAL ORGANIZATION Of A S of E To Be Formed Thursday Night I A meeting of tho business men of Cloverport will be held at the City Hall tomorrow Thursday evening at 730 oclock for the purpose of effecting a local organization of the American Society of Equity to cooperate with the county union in promoting the in terests of the organization- It is hoped that a strong branch of the Society may be organized here and to that end every one interested in the welfare of the organization is urged to be present It is announced that a good speaker rriy be in attendance and deliver an address IHARD1NSBURG I HARDINSBURG KY Quarterly Court last Monday Roy E Moorman returned home Sat urday from a trip to Louisville The Rev B W Brandon and Mr and G W Beard attended the District Conference of the M E church South at Brandenburg last week hometSaturday from a to Louisville Decoration Day was observed at- Faitiew last Thursday The Rev J I H Lennon delivered very appropriate I fi and eloquent memorial address in the u morning andin the afternoou the Rev- II Isaiah Cline preached About three hundred persons were present during servediI on the grounds Mrs D R Murray Mrs W C and Miss Nell Moorman of I IMoormanI and Mrs R W Owen oft ii Lewisport left Saturday for the James tWasbingtt tT J Moore went to Louisville Fri Q day to attend the DempsterNunnelly wedding The Rev and Mrs E B English have returned home from the Jamestown Exposition Washington and other eastern points Mrs W G Haswell and daughter Georgia are visiting Mr and Mrs George WMcCubbins at Stephensport James Lewis who is studying for the priesthood at a college in Louisvillehas returned home to spend the summer Mrs Fred Ferry of Cloverport is the guest of Mr and Mrs Morris H BeardIH C Murray was in Louisville sev eral days of last week Claude Mercer went to Elizabethtown Monday to attend Circuit court RougbSaturdayNorman Hensley of Linbsboro Kansas who has been visiting his motherMrs Lucretia Hensley returned home Monday Mr and Mrs Samuel Henninger of West View were the guests of Mrs Lucy Board Sunday A J Board is visiting his sister in Meade county Franklin S Kincheloe was in Louis several days of last week H L Stader of Cloverport was in the city Monday on a business tripe CORN CROP BADLY INJURED Unseasonable Weather Retards Growth And Causes Consider able Replanting Farmers who have planted their corn crops are certainly up against it when it comes to a good stand In many instances the grain has rotted in the ground and whole fields have to be re planted Some of the farmers are at work plowing up the crop and putting the land in tqbacco The backward season has kept the ground from getting into shape sufficiently to cause the seed to germinate DEMPSTERNUNNELY Breckenridge County Girl Becomes Bride of Georgetown Minister The wedding of Miss Mary O Demp ster and the Rev Porter H Nunnely took place in one of the private parlors of the Seelbach in Louisville Saturday afternoon at 530 oclock After the ceremony the bridal couple left for a wedding trip to New York including visits to other eastern points of interest Among the guests present at the wed ding were Mrs David Murray of Hardinsburg Dr Dempster of Irving ton and Miss Addie Grahm Ditto of LouisvilleMrs is the daughter of Dr and Mrs R T Dempster of Glendeane She possesses a rare charm of personality as well as being a very beautiful young woman The Rev Nunnely is pastor of the Baptist church at George town where he and his bride spent college days together TO MEET TONIGHT Law and Order League to Form Permanent Organization The Law and Order League will hold its second meeting at the Baptist church tonight The initial meeting was held at the Methodist church last Wednesday night It is desired that every citizen in the town who is interested in this movement be present A permenant organization will be effected tonight LODIBURQ LODIBURG KY Miss Georgie Ruch entered school at Hardinsburg Monday MrSam Hardin has returned home after a visit to relatives and friends Miss Mary Mercer is expected home after a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs J E Mercer Mrs C C Grant Mrs Claude Grant and baby Ruby Keys visited relatives tIt Lewisport last week Miss Sallie Avitt visited her sister Mrs Adldsson of Irvington last week PROF W H PRITCHETT New Principal and Owner of the Louisville Training School at Boechmont The Louisville Training School for boys is to have a new Principal the com ing session in the person of Prof W H Pritchett Prof Pritchett has pur chased the school of Prof H K Taylor and is now otter as well as Principal of that institution of learning The Training School was established at Beech mont by Prof Taylor and his seventeen years of hard labor directing its course has placed the school in the front ranks in its line of educational work Many Kentucky boys are occupying stations of honor and trust all over the country who were fitted for business or professional life at this school Prof Pritchett the new head and owner of the Louisville Training School was the headmaster of the Vanderbilt Training School at Smiths Grove Ky for seven years and is specially fitted to continue successfully the line ofwork of the school at Beechmont Prof Taylor In writing of Prof Pritchett pays this high tribute to himuProf Pritchetts qualifications experience and success guarantee that the school will continue to do the high grade work and offer in every particular all that a firstclass training school should supply and I am delighted to see the school fall into such good hands I ask for him from the old students and pa trons and from the public generally that liberal support that his merits so much deserve Prof Taylor is now president of the Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester Ky K OF PS WILL HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES Will March In Body To Cemetery To Decorate Graves of Deceased Members The local lodge Knights of Pythias will conduct memorial services at the Baptist church on next Sunday after noon at 230 oclock Rev B M Cur rie delivering the sermon After the services the members will march in a body to the cemetery to de corate the graves Vocal music will be rendered at the cemetery by the M E church quartet composed of Misses Eva and Eliza May Lawrence Murray and Ira Behen DUKES Hard Rain Does Damage To Tobacco PlantsPersonal Notes DUKES KY J R Hardin and Cicero Rearden were in Weber Thursday Rev Brear filled his regular appointment e here Saturday evening and Sun dayThere will be an ice cream supper at this place Saturday night June 8 Miss Carrie Basham closed her school FridayFlora Newby spent several days last week with her sister Mrs Frank Cahal Miss Jessis Wheatley was in Pates MondayChas Cahal was m Cloverport Friday IChas Basham and Homer Tindle re to school at Hardinsburg Satur day of last week Mr and Mrs Steve Powers near Patesville attended church here Sunday and was the guest of Mr and Mrs Marion Champbell The rain of Friday night did consider able damages in this country The Alonzo1Rnthe washing out of several bridges Master Herbert son of Mr and Mrs Tom Downs is ill at this writing u PREPARATIONSIN For Meeting of State Epworth League in This City June 2527 Preparations are going on splendidly for the Louisville Conference of Ep worth Leagues that meets in our city the 25th to 27th of this month The pastor of the Methodist church here and his efficient helpers of the League are planning to give the visiting young people as hospitable a time as was ever tendered any Kentucky assemblage The benefit will not be entirely to the visiting delegates of whom about one hundred are expected but our own boys and girls will find this an excellent opportunity to meet and mjngle with the choicest young people the state af fords The social and spiritual effects on our city will be felt for many days The program shows a splendid array of speakers from all over the state with popular addresses the two nights Ijy eminent divines of the churchwhich will be thoroughly enjoyed by our peo plePerhaps the greatest good to the young people themselves will be the real conferences on developing the spiritual or literary or social side of human nature Taking it altogether cityIA Leagu- erULENDEANE GLENDEANE Ky I Bro Rogers was with us Sunday There was quite a crowd went from here on the excursion to Louisville Sat urday We had a nice rain Saturday and some of the boys got done setting out their tobacco Mr Ball of McQuady Is puting up a hogshead for Moorman Howard Mr and Mrs John Bibbs of Sacra mento are visiting W V Moorman this week David R Murray of Hardinsburg is down on business this week Bon Clark went frog hunting and he killed fiftythree frogs that weighed twentypounds Heonlyshot fiftyfour shots and he said if there was anybody that wanted to hunt against him and his partner just let them come on Charlie Dean went fishing one day this last week andjet his minnow bucket fall in the creek and it took him about three hours to fish it out and then he caught a five pound yellow cat on his hand pole Mr Dean said he got pay ed very well for his bad luck The up train killed a fine cow for J IaI Nolle Ashley and Miss Jennie Kipor were guests of Miss Amanda Harris of McDaniels last Thursday- J C Mattingly went with his daugh ter Mrs Acorner as far as Louisville when she started home FAIR NOTES News Items of Interest Regarding Breckenridge Countys New Enterprise HARDINSBURG KY A half mile track has been laid off at the Fair Grounds Work on the Grand Stand and stable will 1 be begun this month The Fair Association sold to David M Ellison about 30 acres of land last week The consideration was 850c cash This leaves 40 acres for tHt Fair GroundThe for the Fair has been prepared The premium list amounts to 2500 which is the best premium list of any Fair of the State outside of the larger cities The catalogue has beenarranged and is now in the hands of the printer 2000 1 will be issued There is fully 1800 worth of timber 1 on the Fair Grounds which is now being sawed by R A Shellman I CONVENTION Of Sunday Schools of Bewleyville Magisterial District Held at Irvlngton Saturday j IRVINGTON KY The Sunday School Convention for the Bewleyville Magisterial District was held here last Saturday June 1 The Convention came together at 10 a m I after singing Onward Christian I Soldiers Mr Dowell said that he hoped that all would take part in this great work The reading of the thirteenth i chapter of first Corinthians fol lowed by prayer by Rev EW Graves after which the program was taken up j Our Welcome given by Mr S P I Payne was very pleasing to the people of Irvington and in the response by Mr J E A Fox we are glad to say brought out the cooperating work in the Sunday School Then the Roll Call J Every district out of the ten answered except one and that was Nortons Valley but they had adjourned for the winter and never had reorganised The next on program was The Sunday I School as a Seed Sower by Dr S P Parks was good and also The Teachers Training by the State Secretary Mr E A Fox came up to the mark and was enjoyed by all Miss Mary Paynes discourse on How Shall we Hold The Boys in The Sunday School was highly appreciated We all missed the Bible story by Miss Nannie Lee Frayser but she was un able to be here After the doxology was sung we adjourned to meet at 1 p m After the devotional exercises conducted by Mr Henderson came Mrs Eliza Jolly with her paper on The Avenue to Opportnnity of the Sunday School which should not be for gotten Mr J B Herndons remarks onIThe Three Ws were very in spiring and impressive After that came a song All Hail The Power of Taylorbeingvery good points on The Advantages Derived From Being a Pupil The Relation of the Pastor to the Sunday Scnool by Rev Graves was excellent and lots of good points may be derived from his talk In the absence of Rev Wilson Mrs Hollis Drane took his part and read a most interesting paper on The Teacher Before the Class Next came the report of the committee on the reports and the collection taken n the same to the amount of 2235 i Thefollowing officers were electedl for the year 1908 President Saml Dowell Vice President J B Hern- don and Secretary Miss Norris Kurtz After singing the doxology wo ad jot reed hoping that much good from the convention may produce an abundant vest SALOONS ARE DOWN AND OUT Proprietors Obey Mandate of Supreme Court and Close The Court of Appeals reversed the judgment of the Breckenridge Circuit Court in a case of the Commonwealth against John Weiienburgh and remanded for further proceedings Ap pellees were charged with a violation of the local option laws of Cloverport The lower court dismissed the case prematurely instituted The court here in reversing says When an election isi held in territory in which the sale of liquor is prohibited and a majority of the votes are in favor of its sale the result does not become effective until the certificate of election is recorded and if the election is py persons opposing the sale in the manner provided by Section 2566 Kentucky statues the certificate cannot be recorded until the contest is disposed of nor can ony person sell within the territory until this is done When the above opinion was made public on last Thursday Common wealth Attorney Layman issued orders that the saloon of Weisenberg Mullen close immediately and on Friday morning it closed its doors making Cloverport a dry town in fact as well as in name SUNDAY SCHOOLCONVENTION Of This Magisterial District Held In Cloverport Last Sunday The Sunday Schools of the Clover port Magisterial District were in an nual convention in this city on last Sunday The large attendance of the different Sunday schools attested the interest taken in the work Many good addresses were delivered and the song service was greatly en joyed The afternoon session was held iu the Presbyterian church Tne evening session was held at the Methodist church and was taken up with a splendid address on Sunday School work by State Secretary E A Fox KEITHCARR Nuptials of Cloverport Young Man and Elizabethtown Young Lady to Be Cel brated June 19 Elizabethtown News Miss Louella Hargis Carr daughter of Mrs Anna Carr of this city and Mr J Proctor Keith a well known businessman of Cloverport will bo married at the Baptist church in this sty WedneS day afternoon June 19th Miss Lila Carr sister of the bride will be the Maid of Honor Mrs Lewis H Jolly of Irvington and Mrs George Zimmer an of Cannelton Indiana will be the bridesmaids Little Marion Keith and Clara Bond will be the ribbon girls Mr Keiths best man will be Mr Ira Behen of Cloverport and the ushers will be Phillip Watkins of this city and Oscar Hargis of Chicago The cer emony will be performed by Rev W P Stuart the pastor of the bride Miss Carr is one of Elizabethtowns hand some and attractive young ladies who has a host of friends She is the or ganist in the Baptist church and a great worker Mr Keith resided in our city for some time when he was associated in business with his brother Mr C E Ketth He is a fine young manh every particular and made many friends while a resident of this city Imme diately after the marriage the couple willgoto Cloverport where they will make their home r r IYERS EARLY LIFE Ii Miner on Trial For Steunenberg F Crime a Deep Thinker t WELL LIKED BY NEWSBOYS s Incident at Denver That Showed His Popularity Among Them Wealthy Womans Tribute to Him When Told That He Was One of the Sights 4 Charles Henry Moyer president of the Western Federation of Minersrg IF known to Boono la friends asp Charlie Moyer was born In Boone t county thirtyseven years ago says a Boone la correspondent of the New York Herald The family lived at Quincy two years and then moved to a farm of 180 acres on the BooneStory line where they lived for many years At the age of two years Charles Moyer who Is charged with comp- licitytin the murder of exGovernor Steu of Idaho was left motherless was the youngest of seven children and the others cared for him during his early life Mr Moycr during boyhood was not healthy His father never Insisted that he do much of the farm work The boy was allowed to read or spend the time about the home as he saw M fit During these years he Was al ways reading especially news or stories of the western country He entered the employ of Clark Luther at the age of fourteen years riding his pony In going about his work After quitting the employ of Mr Luther aud i when fifteen years of age he worked for Fred Mills who lived near Boone His health did not improve greatly and he went west first to Wyoming then into the Dakotas and for sometime roamed over the northwest as a cowboy studying the country nnd poop pie He was between sixteen and eighteen years of age but evinced In torost In things that generally occupy the minds of bider persons Tiring of this life he went to Chicago but did not like the city and within a short time returned to the western country t Here he began mining and continued at It many years His first employ ment was In the Homestead mine In 1 Lead City S D Here he remained some time when he was made the president of the miners union which was organized there lie was afterward delegate to the Western Federation of Miners In Denver and then organizer and ultimately president of the federation He has boon elected to this office time after 1 time The rules of the federation are that no one shall be elected to office who Is not present In person But two years ago when Moyer was In the bull pen at Tolluride he was reelected by acclamation as he was a year ago when he was in jail In Boise City Ida At the lust meeting his picture was placed In the presidents chair and was greeted with cheers Moyer has always been known as a than of wonderful courage and at times when a youngster would often display a will of Ills own lIe was a deep thinker and often would sit In deepest thought as If trying to solve some perplexing problem Then he would brighten up and start whistling happy In the success of his meditation Mrs Iwyiio his sisterinlaw tolls of a little Incident that occurred In Den ver which showed the popularity of Moyer swung the newsboys Mr and Mrs Mayor iuul Mrs Payne were at one of the largo theaters of that city one evening Tho gallery was crowded with newsboys Soon after Mr Mayor entered he was spied by one of the youngsters who cried out What Is the mutter with Moycr Instantly cores of boys took up the yell and Moyer became the cynosure of all eyes When he WitS In prison In Cripple Creek a wealthy woman from China go who was visiting In the west went to tile jail having been told that he was one of the sights of Colorado The coil door was openedI and this woman stood anil looked la upon him lorgnette ut eye She said I have been told that you are one of the sights SO I have come to see you Mr Moycr gently replied I am will t t whour wishes to do so I am sorry I am In tho center of the stage but I cannot I help myself The woman was so Impressed by his gentlemanly manner timid appearance that she apologized several times ex pressing herself as covered with shame and saying she would never again be guilty of such an act I did not think you were such a man as you are I thought of you as n sort of wild beast r I am sure some mistake has been madec and you are not guilty of the things of which you are accused Two weeks before he was arrestedI nnd taken out of Colorado for the al t logod murder of Governor Stounonberg he visited his brother S F Moyer of j Boono and his sister Mrs Willard Foster While there ho renewed old acquaintances and spent several days In Boone He was suffering much i from asthma and WitH then in a critical condition from the disease A news paper man In interviewing him at that time was Impressed with his sincerity We are right nnd we will win outfight with the aid of that Justice which the constitution guarantees to every American citizen We will show tho I people of this country that the West ern Federation of Miners is not the Barbarous organization that they have boon led to believe Boone friends are wutchlng the scene I of tho battle with Interest for all liked Charlie Moyer and his relatives en joy the confidence of the community want to see him have a fair trialt fi fitAll if Innocent acquitted of tho charge iir fcgalnst him tr iiii i J I i w x BRIEF DISPATCHES SATURDAY Tho State Bank of Manltou Okla capitalized for 10000 has failed Bremen seamen have resolved to strike at once In support of the Ham burg strikers Business failures for the week num ber 165 against 184 last week and 170 in the like week of 1906 The machinists at the various shops of the Erie railway have quit work In a protest against piece work King Carlos has conferred the title of baron on A Patterson manager It Portugal of the Standard Oil company During the past year 4609852 has been received for the use of the varl ous boards of the Presbyterian church A definite effort has been begun be fore the interstate commerce commission to secure a reduction in sleeping car fares MONDAY The International cotton conferences in session at Vienna this week At least a score of lives were lost and hundreds of persons were Injured in a tornado which swept over northern Texas The wages of about 85000 cotton mill operatives In southern New Eng land have been advanced ap average of 10 per cent The Mining Temple to be erected In Denver by the National Mining con gress will be a magnificent building to cost a million dollars At the performance of a circus atII Twin Falls Idaho a Bengal broke from his cage and in his mad dash for liberty killed a fouryearold girlTheodore Tlltoo the former American editor and poet whose suit against Henry Ward Beecher thirty years ago was the topic of conversation on two continents is dead at Paris- TUESDAY Private Loroy a prisoner at Fort Sheridan in attempting to escape was shot and killed- Afdetermlned effort is to be made to secure the next Republican national convention for Chicago Henry Knees a farmer living near Norfolk Neb shot and killed his brother George and then killed him selfThe government of Ecuador is hurried concentrating troops In the con tral parts of the republic In order to crush the revolution The Michigan state senate has passed a resolution demanding that President Roosovolt be reelected for a second elective term The national convention of United Spanish War Veterans will meet Sept 9 10 and 11 at Cedar Point a sum mer resort near Sandusky- A rebellion has broken out at Wong kong China All the civil and military officials at Wongkong have been assassinated and their yameni burned WEDNESDAY The Lithuanian Alliance of America is in convention at Cleveland- A maritime quarantine against Hav ana has been Imposed by the United States marine hospital service The trial of tho WatersPierce Oil company antitrust ouster and penalty suit Iis In progress at Austin Tex Twentyone political prisoners and twenty ordinary prisoners made their escape from the jail at Lubin Russian Poland through a sewer The French chamber of deputies has decided to appoint a committee to ar range for the establishment of a na tional holiday in honor of Joan of Arc The Baltimore Ohio Railroad com pang announces that it will abandon four passenger trains on account of financial lose incident to the twocent railroad fare law THURSDAY A E Bostwlck of New York was elected president of the American Li brary association The unveiling of the statue of Po cahontas at Jamestown Island has been postponed until late in the fall As a result of a strike of the engine drivers and firemen on the railroads of Argentina traffic in that country Is almost at a standstill- W M Irvine of Chippowa Falls Wis was elected president of the National Lumber Manufacturers Association In session at the Jamestown exposition Postofflco Inspectors are investigat ing an attempt made to poison Mrs Rebecca Weyersmlller a widow of Columbus 0 by means of candy sont through the mails FRIDAY Scores of people were injured at a cornerstone laying by the collapse of a church flooring at Wllkesbarre PaThere are approximately 40000 persons Idle in San Francisco as the di rect result of the existing labor troubles The Chicago Chronicle has ceased publication owing to the fact that the paper has been unprofitable for some timeTwelve horses were burned to death and twentyfour automobiles were destroyed by fire in a storage building at ChicagoCornells varsity olghtoared crew defeated Harvard by tbre quarters of a length In a thrilling twomile race on Lake Cayuga- A monument erected at Aspen Col by tho miners in memory of former Governor Davis H Waite was unveiled Thursday with appropriate ceremon le- ar U fd iiiIi1if Itf1i u n THE DOG LAW An act to promote the sheep industry f and provide a tax on dogs Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Each year every dog over four months old shall be listed for taxation as herein provided either by the owner or by the assessor in the name of the owner without fixing any violation thereto Provided The owner may if he so desires affix any value thereto he wishes Every person who keeps or harbors a dog or who knowingly per mits the keeping or harboring of a dog upon his premises shall for the pur poses of listing and taxation be deemed the owner thereof and the assessor and his deputies shall ascertain the owner or harborer of each dog within his ter ritory and list and return the same by magisterial districts The Auditor shall provide blank spaces in assessors books and schedules and the assessor in list ing a dog shall enter its description up on the schedule stating the kind sex age color size and name if any Tax of 1 Levied Separate Accounts to iI Be Kept The owner of every dog over 4 months of age shall pay a license tax thereon of 1 The first assessment under this act shall be made in the year 1906 be tween the IGth day of September and the 31st day of December Said license tax shall be due and collectible as other taxes and collected by the sheriff and reported to the Auditor and paid to the Treasure but the sheriff shall keep license tax on dogs separate from other funds and so report to the Audi tor and pay to the Treasurer and the Treasurer and Auditor shall keep sepa rate accounts of such taxes by counties The amount collected by license tax on dogs shall be used to indemnify losses by the killing or injuring of sheep by dogs as herein provided Payment For Sheep Killed By Dogs Whenever any sheep are killed or in jured by dogs the owner or person hav ing custody of same shall without de lay and within 24 hours after such kill ing or injury is made known to him notify the magistrate in whose district the sheep are located and make affidavit setting forth the number of sheep killed the number injured the kind grade or quality amount and nature of injury thereto and that such damage was not caused in whole or in part bya dog owned or harbored by him and that he does not know whose dog caused the damage or if known and such account reduced to judgment could not be col lected on execution The magistrate shall then appoint two disinterested and discreet freeholders of the neighborhood where the injury Was done to appraise the damage and shall furnish them with claimants affidavit or a copy thereof and the appraisers shall forth with examine such sheep and make a written report on the claim to the mag istrate who shall forthwith forward the claimants affidavit and the appraisers report to the county clerk together with his recommendation endorsed thereon The clerk shall file same in his office and endorse thereon the date of such filing The magistrate andeach of the appraisers shall be allowed 50 cents for their services to be paidout of the dog tax fund of such countyas other claims Clams to Be Considered By Fiscal Court slid Certified to Auditor At each meeting of the fiscal court the claims for Joss or damage to sheep which have been filed not less than 30 lays prior to such meeting shall be taken up and considered and rejected- or if correct and just allow the same or such parts thereof asmay be deemed right Provided That the fiscal court may require additional evidence on any such claims either by oral testimony or affidavits Such claims as are allowed shall be filed with the Auditor who hall after the 1st of January of each year take up all such claims by counties and draw his warrants upon the Treasurer in favor of claimant for the amount allowed by the fiscal court Provided if the amount of the dog tax fund to the credit of any county be not sufficient to pay all claims for such county the Auditor shall pro rata the claims from such county Any surplus remaining to the credit of a county after all such claims are allowed shall be transferred to the credit of the school fund of such county Owners Liable For Damages Dogs to Be Killed Every person owning or harboring a- dog shall be liable to the party injured for all damages done by such dogs but no recovery shall be had for persona injuries to any person when they are upon the premises of the owner of the dog after night or upon the owners premises engaged in some unlawful act In the day time Whenever recovery- Is had before any court for damages to sheep by a dog the court may order the defendant to kill or cause to be killed such dogs within two days after the rendition of the judgment Damages to Dogs Recoverable Any dog returned for taxation and tbe tax on which is paid when due shall be regarded as property and shall be on o r 1 r M J q jftled to the same protection as live stock The owner of any dog listed for axation which may be injured or killed contrary to law or carried or enticed away from the premises of the owner or harborer for the purpose of killing or injuring such animals or depriving the owner thereof may recover exemplary damages of the person for so killing o injuring or enticing away such dog Provided That in the trial of any action for damages arising under this section shall be competent to offer in evidence whether in listing such dog any value was affixed by the owner and the amount of such valuation And any person violating the provisions of this section it shall be liable to prose cution as in case of injuring any live stock or personal property of another Penalty For Failure to List and Pay Tax Duty of Sheriff Any owner or harborer of a dog subject to be taxed who shall fail or refuse to list the same with the assessor shall be fined In any sum not exceeding 10 for each dog he so faits or refuses to list for taxation and any person who shall keepor harbor a dog upon his premises or elsewhere and who falls or refuses to pay the tax thereon when due shall be fined in any sum not ex ceeding 25 for each offense and upon condition the judgment may include an order requiring such dog to he killed which order may be executed bany peace fficer who shall be allowed 1 therefor to be taxed as costs It shall be the duty of the sheriff and his deputies and each constable in his dis trict to kill or cause to be killed any dog the owner of which has failed or refused to pay the taxthereon when due and for each dog so killed without the order of a court such officer shall be al lowed by the fiscal court 50 cents to be paid out of the dog tax fund For the purpose of this act the tax on dogs shall be considered due on tbe 1st day of March each year Provided however Thesheriff may collect such tax at any time and in such manner as taxes are now collectible by law Penalty For Poisoning Dogs City Ordinance Not Affected If any person shall willfully poison any dog not his own and not ppon thetpremises of the one so poisoning shall be fined not less than 5 aud not more than 25 Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be liable in damages for any dog poisoned thereby But nothing herein shall be con strued to effect or render invalid any ordinance of any city provided for kill ing dogs running at large Dogs Maybe KilledPenalty For Prevent ing Killing A justice of the peace on proof that anv dog is mad or has been bitten by a mad dog or has killed or wounded any sheep shall order such dog to be killed and the officer who executes the order shall be paid 1 by the owner of the dog and collected as costs If any per son shall cnnceala dog 33 ordered to be killed or prevent the execution of the order he shall be fined 5 for every dav he shall sooffend Any mad dog or dogs having the disesse known as the rabies may be killed by any person Repealing Clause That an act entitled An an act to amend Chapter 29 General Statutes approved May 17 1886be and the same is heeby repealed and all laws in con flict with this act are to the extent of such conflict hereby repealed Approved March 1 1006 When you feel the need of a pill take a DeWitts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by All Druggists Do you really believe that an ass ever spoke to Baalaui 1 queried a man who prided himself on his superiority to the old beliefs Coleridge to whom the question was put replied My friend I have no doubt whatever of it I have been spoken to In the same way myself The eldest son of tho kings of France bore the title dauphin In 1340 Hum bert the last of the princes of Dau phine having no issue left his domin- Ions to tho king of France on condi tion that the kings eldest son should be styled tho dauphin After the revolution of 1830 the title was abolished The reply of Lawrence Barrett to the young actress who asked him jvhy some actresses succeed while others with more talent fall applies to other callings than that of the stage My child said he business tact push and influence will reach the goal while simple genius will faint by the way Ho Knew Boys Farmer MeddergrassI set my boy Hiram to sawing some wood this mornin Farmer NayborDid ye Ill send my boy Silas over to help him Farmer Meddergrass No dont ye do It I want the Job done In a hurry Philadelphia Press It has been charged against Napo leon tie It has been against Wellington that ho lacked humor but he cer tainly did not lack wit when ho said of a beautiful young woman who mar ried a hideous old man who bad given her magnificent Jewels The present makes her forget the future r A T I 11 ALL PLAY MARBLES i Mow the Population of Sandy Hook Occupy Their Leisure Time Sandy Hook Ky May 31Now that the first excitement of the approaching trial of Judge James Har gin has passed the city has assumed Its normal condition and during the tiresome Interval of delay until the trial begins the days are taken up with games of marbles For Incredi popularrform of amusement for all classes of people In Sandy Hook is playing mar bles men women and children alike dotting the public square here engaged In tho game Bowling tennis and cro quet have not reached this primitive county and It is an ordinary thing to see a girl of sixteen playing marbles on the public square with a man of sixty The practice that the men players have had makes them adopts at tho game and It Is nothing for an aged grandsire to pick out an agate at a distance of thirty foot Judge Jas Hargls who is one of the men ac cused of conspiring to murder Dr Cox spends much of his time in tho court house yard playing marbles with a number of boys County officials and farmers Join in the game Commonwealths Attorney John M Waugh and Attorney W A Young chief counsel for Judge James Hargis will hold a conference hero to endeavor to decide on a special judge to try Hargis A dispatch from Frank fort says that Governor Beckham will appoint as special judge the man whom tho attorneys decide on so that there will be no claim of unfairness or partiality shown after the trial has been completed and the verdict ren dered Waugh will ask for a contin uance regardless of the outcome of the conference for he says that although he will prosecute the case he is not familiar enough with the testi mony to attempt to carry it on without the assistance of Attorneys Floyd Byrd or B R Jouett Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper He writes III was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had fled when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughing soon ceased bleeding diminished rapidly sod in three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed for coughs and colds SOc and 100 by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free- REWARDS HEROIC FERRYMAN The Postoffice Department Gives Him 1500 for Saving Employes Clarksville Teen May 31Charles Arms a ferryman at this place has received a gold modal and 1500 from the postofllce department for heroism displayed in rescuing three men from drowningNearly a year ago a passenger train plunged Into the Cumberland river from a drawbridge which had been left open at this point The express messenger and the engineer were killed Two mall clerks and the bag gagemaster clung to the wrecked cars which floated down the river and Arms hearing their cries for help sprang from a bed though ill with fever and barefooted and halt dressed ran to the river Four men were standing on the bank making no effort at rescue when he jumped into a skiff and pulled out to the imperiled trio saving them A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recom mended for babies and children but good for every member of the family It contains no opiates and does not constipate Contains honey and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists Exposition For ftcrw Orleans New Orleans purposes to hold an ex position to celebrate the completion of the Panama canal nnd with this ob ject In view a call has been sent out for a conference to be held at Now Orleans on Juno 27 28 and 20 says the Chicago liecord Herald The calls being sent to all commercial bodies in the southeastern Mississippi valley and southwestern states by the com mercial bodies of New Orleans headed by tho Progressive union and the Mer chants and Manufacturers association The plan Is to hold the exposition in 1015 anti 1910 on the shore of Lake Pontcbartraln immediately in the rear of the city New Orleans Itself proposes to raise 5000000 and the expectation Is that this sum will be aug mented from various sources to about 15000000 The 40th annual meeting of the Free Religious Association of America was held at Boston Edwin D Mead was elected president Tho United Confederate Veterans reunion has begun at Richmond Va CaTOnXAGo The Kind You HavaAlrrapipgl lIpture Y 0rl J Nasal CATARRH In All 1U stages Elys Cream Balm cle ns loothes and heels the diseased membrane Itcures catarrh and drlre away a cold In the bead quickly Cream Balm It placed Into the nostrllsip over the membrane and Ii absorbed Relief til mediate and a cure follows It II not dryingdo not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents atDti guts or by null Trial Size 10 cents BIT BROTHERS MWarren Stieet New Yoell JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware 11 HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings ill C Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Weak Kidney Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kldnc Nerves The Kidneys like the Heart and tl Stomach and their weakness not In the 0172 Itself but In tho nerves that control and guid and strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative u a medicine specifically prepared to reach UVK controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alcns 11 futile It is a waste of time and of money i well If your back aches or Is weak If the nrlnt scalds orIs darkand strong If you have symptoms of Brlghts or other distressing or dangerous kid neT disease try Dr Shoops Restorative a month tablets or Liquid and see what It can and wlL lo for you Druggist recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative SEVERS DRUG CO LOUISVILLE EVANSVILL PACKET CO j INCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell Oily Leave Louisville Monday Wedne day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m passetlgetticketsments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville JllClovorport to Evansville I7l Cloverport to Owensboro 7 Spleudidaccommodations for Btock GeneralOffice 154 150i58 4th it Louisville Ky C V WILLfAHS G F and P A J OEOH WILSON Suit j Spbscrlbe for The News F J Subscribe For The News I aT pS OF KENTUCKY I I IAn Wiley Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians ME STATE NEVIS IN A NUTSHELL to t tAre Found Accurately detailed the Happenings of the LirfMt Im port Which Are Attracting Attenl1 Lion Throughout Kentucky Madlsonvllle Ky May 31Report ecelved hero states that n band ortilrtyflvo masked horsemen supposed to bo night riders visited the homee f Noble Robinson near Cobb stationn ast night and after firing around thocouse made Robinson get up andn ress and taking him to the baokII ar3 forced him to take a hoe and dig sp tho tobacco plant beds Many ther farmers wore also visited andII orced to destroy their beds in a slmII lar manner NOVEL TEST POSTPONED Sickness of Noted Arabian Steed Die appoints Horse Lovers TEoulsville Ky May 30Generale John B Castleman has received a telsgram from Adjutant General Alns worth at Washington notifying him hat the endurance test across the ontinent from Oregon to New Jersey between an Arabian stallion and a horse selected by the American Sad ieHorse Breeders association has been Indefinitely postponed The ride was to have been started this week with the object of determining the if elatlve endurance and speed of the American and Arabian horses for the benefit of future breeding and selec Uon of United States cavalry horses 0- The Arabian stallion which was to have been used was Homer Daven ports stallion Nedjram and the postponement followed a letter an ouncing that Nedjram was sick The American horse selected Clifton was brought to this city from General lastlcmans farm a week ago in fine onditlon and has since been held hero ubject to General Ainuwortha orders I leneral Castleman and members of tho SaddleHorse Breeders assocla Uon are greatly disappointed as General Alnsworths telegram stated that the condition of Mr Davenports horse was such that it was hardly probable the test could be undertaken this year t- The schedule for the ride called for a I apeed of about twentyfive miles a t daytt t ECHO OF THE WAR I J t images Claimed for Property Lost When Paducah Was Shelled I St Louis May 25A claim agalnsrjj the United States for 812730 grow ing out of the shelling of PaducahII Ky during the civil war has beenII DIed in the probate court by George CL Karsch administrator as an ad IllItonal Inventory of the property orII acob Karschwho died recently During the war Jacob Karsch yas mployed by the government to bake read In Paducah for the federal roops He fitted up an immense bak ery and soon after Its installation Pad- ucah was shelled and the bakery was mong the property destroyed A claim for damages amounting to 8 2730 was presented to the 58th and 59th congresses but was not allowed It is now flied as part of the estate and It is stated that the heirs will ush It fdr settlement ANOTHER DELAY udge Redwine Balks Upon Resump tlon of the Harglo Case Sandy Hook Ky May 28 Special udge Redwine has refused to preside Sn the trials of Judge Hargls and his alleged coconspirators for the murder of Dr Cox and Governor Beckham therefore must appoint another special judge Judge Redwine said on thp each that the cases had been transferred here without his knowledge or onsent and because of certain state tents in the press of the state he felt that It would be impossible for him to preside Redwlnes action probably means the postponement of the trial until October Judge Redwine ordered the clerk to certify the fact of his va eating the bench to Governor Beck ham at the earliest possible moment 10 that a special Judge can be named Young Woman Burned to Death Somerset Ky May 27The hotel at Burnside near here was de troyed by fire and Miss Bertha oombs a telephone operator was iburned to death The telephone ex- changeJ was located In the hotel build t Ing and Miss Toombs was at work at i the time the fire broke out The fire t pread so rapidly that she was unable to reach the street I Ii The Writ Was Refused Frankfort Ky May 25The Ken- tt ucky court of appeals has refused IeItrrjt of mandamus asked by the attor- neyi general to require Special Vllllam Carnes of the circuit court to grant an appeal from his order trans wring the Hargis murder cases to Slllott county for trial She Attended a Dance Lexington Ky May 25 Because IIhe was not permitted to graduate on- raccount of having attended a dance contrary to the school rules Miss Sadie McGinnis of Danville has lult against the CampbellHaEerman male college for 12000 damages l IADVISE SELLING OUT I Unusually Frank Statement sf Failure by a Board of Public Service In an exhaustive report to the city council the board of public service of Bellefontalne 0 ret ommundeJ till selling of the municipal gas plant on the following grounds The gas plant Is no longer necessary and does not furnish any public serviceThe mains In the principal street are very old and will require In tin future expensive repairs The plant Is in as good condition to IsI as It Is possible to put the present system and to change the system will require another bond Issue The average price received from the sale of gas Is vory little 1 if any lower n private corporation would give I our people but IB as low as any gov hoard tho people natty elect cnn a anti keep the plant In Its presort and meet all the require and pay bonds and interest as been the policy of the present managementFour ago It was necessary to 15000 of bonds to build a nevr and Install coal gas bench and necessary machinery and another Issue of bonds to the extent of 12000 to pay overdrafts In the banks and I 5000 more to put new mains In San dusky street before It was paeds These bond Issues should have been unnecessa 7 if the plant had been op with a view of self support but was being furnished part of our citizens for much less than cost and the remaining citizens even if they did not use gas were compelled to stand a bond Issue for which each taxpayer became equally responsible to get the plant on its feet And as history repeats itself you will find a request in the future as in the past fore bonds to keep the plant in condition the price of gas is lowered and we wish to say In this connection that with the election for members of thifJD board almost a year In advance there candidates who are grooming themselves today with a view of catching popular favor and riding into office on the promise of cheaper gas and If elected on that Issue and their prom b ises and pledges are carried out you may expect a request for a bond ISJuec and when we realize that we are now bonded to our legal limit how will thoII money be furnished And If the plant t is permitted to get In the condition It was In four years ago what would It 1 be worth If compelled to sell it Is it right or Just to tax those peo pIe who do not use gas to keep up this plant either by taxes or bond IsI sues when they derive no service el personally or as citizens from 1mbl lie service from the plant Is It right f tOI tax any citizen to keep tip RomeE thing that gives him no return as a I taxpayer And on the other hand Is It right to compel the gas consumer to build up a plant from revenues de rived from the sale of gas for the peg pie As the people own this plant I would It not be more equitable to nil the people to dispose of the plant and the proceeds furnish a necessity by Installing water mains and sewer age accommodation for all citlzom This In our opinion should find favor from both factions both of whom at present have Just cause for complaint SEVENTEEN PER CENT A YEAR Depreciation of the Electric Plant In a Minnesota TownInteresting Holdup The burning down of the municipal electric light plant of East Grand Forks lInn has probably settled the question of Its abandonment which was under discussion prior to the fireI A well Informed correspondent writes that the plant has furnished a some what Indifferent service and did not earn enough to pry the fuel and labor accounts to say nothing about Interest on investment depreciation etc In spite of Its charging private custom ers 120 a year for 1200 c p arcs on moonlight schedule AS East Grand Forks Is a border town and right across the line In North Dakota a prohibition state is the city of Grand Forks about 00 per cent of the business houses In East Grand Forks are saloons Many of these got their electric lights from a private company In Grand Forks be cause the service was better and the price lower until the council passed a resolution to the effect that no saloon would be licensed unless It patronized the municipal plant There Is a curious discrepancy be tween the various reports as to the value of the plant In January the city authorities reported that the plant had cost 32000 Three months later they estimated the fire loss at 10000 although we understand that the plant Is entirely destroyed and adjusted the Ir108s at 5000 the plant having been In sured tor 8400 As it was Installed in 1002 It looks as though the depreciation amounted to 84 per cent In five years or 17 per cent a year The plant will probably not be rebuilt Medfords Plant Out of Date F II Farrar superintendent of the city electric light plant states that the plant Is out of date and practically useless According to his statement the plant Is worth about 10000 and would 3qulre an expenditure of 15000 to make It serviceable while a 0new plant would cost about 20000 The majority of the council favor the employment of an electrical expert to make n thorough examination of the plant and report on the sameElec trical World The country has learned that after the tumult and tho shouting of a popular election cry comes the jtill smallI 1tvoice of a treasury deficit to be mades good by Increased taxes Trenton I N J Times CRACK FEMININE WHIP 1 Southern Belle to Drive Famous Steeds at International Horse Show One of the features of the great Inv immtlonnl horse show to be held In the London Olympia In Junp will he the horsemanship of Miss Florence Schenck who Is to drive the Vuudcr Wit horses says the Chicago Record Herald She Is a southern girl n per feet blond with blue ores and yellow hair She has the delightful manner characteristic of the girl from Dixie Her features are regular and when she In animated conversation her face Is ono that remains In the memory She has what photographers and artists would call an excellent posing face My home Is In Norfolk Va she said the other day My father was the lute Dr Powhatan Schenck I of learned to ride and drive when I was little bit of n girl on papas place He was comfortably well to do and we always had horses to rldo mid drive I just love horses I have often ridden and driven In amateur horse shows In the south but this will be my first professional l appearance Some one asked If she was not rather young to try her skill against the veteran whips who will appear at the Olympia show Miss Schenck smilingly said confidently I am nineteen years old and hove been driving ever I can remember and I have no fear of defeat by the Olympia experts Great preparations are being made for the show by Mr Vanderbilt Among the horses shipped from Newport last February were the celebrated gray road four Ventura and Viking wheelers Vanity and Vogue lenders the celebrated park four all winners at the national Madison Square show The Major anti Sweet Marie wheelers Polly Prim mud The Youngster lead second park four Gibson Boy and Full Dress wheelers Rustling Silk and Primrose leaders two runabout horses Lady Kathryn and Albert also win at the national horse show then the ladles pair High Boy and Molly Darling by a son of Marnbrlno King two French coach horses King Edward en and King James with several others All of these horses are pure native tIn the line of traps will be taro- coaches three phaetons three gigs two runabouts tandem carts knbck private hansom brougham and dctoria for the appointment classes According to the rules Mr Vanderbilt to exhibit In the ladles classes must have a feminine whip Mrs Vanderbilt has not appeared on the tanbark of late years because of 111 health so a woman whip of tho necessary skill and style to ride and Irlve his horses had to be found Miss Schenck has the skill it Is said and the certainly has the smart appearance sr Imperative In a show like the Olympia STUDYING STEEL RAILS I Railroad Companies Keeping Tabs on All Kinds of Breakages A number of the leading railroads of the United States It was learned recently i are keeping records of all rail breakages Including full descriptions of the conditions under which the breaks occurred says the New York Tribune The purpose of these records Is said to be to furnish data from which the specifications for next years rails can be made up A high official In the engineering de partment of one of the large eastern railroad systems In speaking of the changes that must be made to guard against rail breakage said Railroad men are pretty well agreed that Home changes must be made In the specifications for rails which shall guard against the great number of breakages we have had In recent years but the problem Is a very difficult one and I do not know that any railroad has decided what shall be done Our company at least has not We are not making any tests but we are study Ing carefully actual cases that arise In tile everyday service Steel men have suggested that a much heavier rail be used and In fact one steel company has asked Us to let It roll some 105 pound rails for next year but so far we have not consented It think that the change to an open hearth rail will be n great improve ment but it may not entirely solve the problem To produce a rail of different composition may necessitate the use of different ores and other Ingredi ents while changes in the method of treatment will call for radical changes In plants and machinery so that it is not n matter to be decided offhand I think It will be some time before the railroads and steel companies agree upon the best specifications Some of the railroad companies have leclared that the adoption of a heavier rail is not the best solution of the problem for the reason that experi ence has shown that some of tie old eighty and eightyfive pound rails stun the heavy traffic ot the present day better than the more recent ninety and n hundred pound rails The Passing of Tuberculosis In twent fie years there will be no consumption It will have been elim- Inated from the face of the earth said Dr NicholasI Scnn surgeon gen rid of Illinois in Omaha the other lay The methods for the prevention ot disease which have been wonder tully developed In the last few years said Dr Sean lead me to believe thut the outlook for the elimination of time vhlte plague Is very hopeful Those effected will he Isolated and if this Is lone preventives may he used until consumption is a thing of the past I AltronomyIAstronomers are trying photograph the suns corona without an eclipse from the Jausseu1 observatory on the summit of Mont Blanc TO INSURE DIGESTION I Bride to Bes Scheme For Safe guarding Her Husband ADVANCE CURE IN SCHOOL Chicago Society Girl Is Studying Culi nary Art With Future Domestic Newly Wed Cookery and Kitchen Strife Barred by Panacea For Evils Hint for young women about to bo married train your domestic in ad rnnee The gas stove In no longer the ogre Hymens bower Through the genius of a Chicago society girl It wax recently discovered how the gas stove cnn be house trained and made to ihnckle In every Ignited burner says tho Chicago News Miss Myrtle Belle Brown SIS North Park avenue whole soon to be married to Charles Higgins McNeil Is tho young woman who has touchej the beacon thut warns against rocks of indigestion Were her method adopted by the majority of err gaged young women the leer would soon be massaged from the features of grim Indigestion Following arc the means she Is tak ing to insure her husband against the snares of the average young wifes dinner She Is taking cooking school lL sons She Is paying for the tuition of a do mestic whom she will retain when she becomes Mrs McNeil at the same schoolOne of the gold plated advantages of this scheme will be that Mr McNeil will have two experts to tempt his palate and to safeguard him from Indigestion They will work In entire ac cord having been trained by the same methods There will bo no grating Sound In the management of the kitch save the occasional friction of the nutmeg Miss Brown and a domestic attend a school of domestic science downtown Miss Brown Is greatly Interested In the progress of this Institution and has been attending Its classes for over a year The Idea of training a domestic for her service after the marriage dawned upon Miss Brown early in the spring Shortly afterward the domes tic became a constant attendant on classes at the institution and vied with ber mistress for honors Meanwhile Mr McNeils friends are congratulating him lIe can guze on time future with serenity mind spy no biscuits hound In boards slushy pie murky coffee to make him shudder Instead he will view a vista of mouth irrigating salads rapturous roasts and Trench timings that taste better than they sound Pepsin tablets are strictly barred from the picture I think It a good Idea to get perfect cooperation between a cook and her mistress and that Is why I have sent domestic to the school said Miss BlOwn the other day Often the mistress cannot transmit an idea to the kitchen as she would like to have It In this manner I think all ones Ideas cnu readily be put Into eatable form My domestic goon every Thursday afternoon which Is the special cooks afternoon Tills session IIs for domes tics only but I dont know of nay other engaged girl who is sending her ook In advance All the rest are from established households It Is n course jf ten lessons that she Is taking find every Thursday she comes home timid tolls me the things she has learned Before I sent her I knew nothing about her ability for cooking but now I know that she Is being taught the same things In which I was Instructed It will be very easy for us to work to tether now There is a grave question In connection with this panacea revised by Miss Brown What If the trained cook should get up anti leave That Is a problem over which many young wom en will run the risk of permanent wrin kles A suggestion was made that inch a cook should sign u contract be fore beginning her education But then the husband is safe In the thought that his wife is as good as the profes solnal at the bread board SPOONING IN THE PARKS Hugging Guaranteed by Constitution Cleveland Policeman Holds Joe Goldsoll chief of the park police men of Cleveland 0 Is Indignant that the ministers should object to his attitude on spooning in the parks says a special dispatch to the New York World He has been inviting young couples to go to the parks to spoon I want he says to call the preachers attention to the Declaration of Independence which says that all men arc entitled to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness Hugging Is certainly the pursuit of happiness Truly hugging Is soul inspiring There is Just about so much of It to be doue and the preachers should remember that many people have not the facili ties for it at home and they are obliged to flee to the parks where a beneficent city government has provided nil mod ern Improvements No Birds In Their Hats Delaware clubwomen have gone on record ns opposed to wearing time feathers of birds In their hints says a Wilmington correspondent of the Philadelphia Press Resolutions were passed at u meeting held In Wilming ton recently in which the women pledged themselves to wear no head gear made up of feathers The dole gates returned to their homes recently after being In attendance at the stnto convention In Wilmington similating ltnglhaSlolaachsandBowe AVcgelablcPrcparattonTor therOod8ndRe AsII Promotes DigestionChccrfut IlessanditestContalnsneitherOpminNorphine NOT NARCOTIC 1PlryalitOldli9NTElPJTC1lEil fnmnfldlxJmrwlkaotdb 4nn Sttd hftmunf JJ avda+ ekJWi limn JJftarifud nIiraiar- Aperfcct kFmgm I Remedy for Constipa tion Sour StomachDiorrhoca Worms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK lOTCOPY OF WRAPP BJ of t To and wear well tacts the shoe in a nutshell children gjj Diamond wand slices are made X with Il of these jj They cre made to hard i uwtge the knock cf outdoor c service that s of them r are stylish neat tnt1 h pey Insist cn Diamond Brand nd find cut for TRY ANOTHER DEALER IF YOURS HASNT tb t- ia + J WE MAKE MORE FINE ANY OTHER HOUSE THEY WEST t Sketch of Mrs McKinley r sJt cTOMay 27Mrs William McKinley died at 105 oclock Sunday I ufternoontlIda Saxton McKinley was born in Canton Juno 8 1847 James A Sax ton her father was an Intellectual and progressive business man and banker his wife a lady of culture and refinement Ida Saxton was reared In a home of comfort anti ease After attending Canton schools she was a pupil at a private school at Delhi N Y Later she went to a Cleveland academy and finished her education at Brook Hall seminary Me din Pa where she spent three years Part of the years of her young wom anhood were spent in the Stark county bank which belonged to her father On I of the I While she taught Sunday school in j the church young Law yer William McKinley was superinten I dent of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school Among many admir ers and suitors the handsome young soldier who had been with Grant andI Sheridan and won distinction In tho I Shenandoah valley was the favored oneBy James Saxton her father these I words were spoken to McKinley when the hand of the daughter was gained iII You are the only man I have ever met to whom I would entrust my daughter On Tan 25 1871 William McKinley and Ida Saxton were united In marriage Canton 0 May 29The funeral services this afternoon over the body of Mrs William McKinley were simple and brief Dr Buxton present pastor of tho First M E church and Dr Holmes former pastor had charge The burial service at the vault In West Lawn was brief President Roosevelt immediately thereafter pro ceoded to his train and left for Inv dianapolis e CASTORIA r For Infants and Children The Kind You Always Bought Bears Signature 11- 1Use Over Thirty Years CASTORIATIIL AMOND BAND SHOES ffor the Girl peciallyfor thorough knowledge important requirements withstand required ditsThey yourself THEMrtMAKERS LS 0t SHOESTHAN extraordinary institutionI Presbyterian CaSTOElXA ZZBIgllltuo Have the For lockwell problem There is an old fashioned precaution- of keeping a gont in u stable Suppos ing always that the animals are loose goat will leave the stable on the outlook of a fire and tho horses will follow the goat when no amount of persuasion from men will get the ter rifled creatures to budge BilePoison Ihasa very bad effect on your sy- sItem It disorders your stomach digestive apparatus taints your and causes constipation with all Its fearful l- UsThedfords BlackDraughtIs blood purifier It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures blUous headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered Uver It is not a cathartic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without IrrlUdng Price 26c at all Druggists BREhl RID E NEWSI duo D BABBAQE SONS 4 PublUhlnc Co Subscription Price f100 a year or 1S5 if paid at the tnd of year CARDS OiTHANIS over five Hnes charged ur at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at tho rote of S ants per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Exaralnn tho label on your paper If It f cot correct ulease iiottf us- a When ordoring a change In tpe addlUS abierlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1907 dS d JJU END Two weeks ago The News in a spirit r of friendliness to all parties concerned and having at heart the welfare of the American Society of Equity ventured a i i suggestion to Dr P W Foote an influ ential member of that organization tha I he decline the nomination for Representative i tendered him by the Democrats ii- j in j convention at Hardinsburg I I believInow that his acceptance of that nomina tion would result in injury to the fart mers organization The campaign for the election of a representative from this county to the General Assembly will be attended with more or less bitterness during the campaign and The News ever solicitous about the welfare of this worthy society of tobacco raisers sought to warn a leader of that organization uf the danger he was subjecting it t should he yield to the solicitations of the leaders of any party to become their standard bearer for the votes it might InfluenceThe has no fight to make against Dr Foote personally It believes him to be a gentleman but believing also that a good cause is greater than the man representing it it shall continuei to use its influence in behalf of the American Society of Equity cautioning It to steer clear of politics no matter whom it helps or hurts The farmers organization in its in clpiency rested on no flowery bed of base lU early struggles tor righteous power were attended with discouragements and its final victory over objects to the more timorous apparently insur mountable has been won through the courage and determination characteristic of the members of the society The News has watched with pride and a heart full of hope the ascendancy of this organization first to recognition then to power ever contributing its mite giving of its space to any move looking to the advancement of the interests of the society and letting no opportunity pass to assert itself for the good of the cause and it believes that allI members of the organization and every true friend of the cause will accord it the right to justly claim its sincere friendship for and hearty cooperation In every movement looking to the pro motion of this organization Feeling that Its suggestions will be received kindly The News would again admonish the farmers union to beware of politics resent any effort to drag your organization into it let any indi vidualor coterie of individuals understand I that any attempt on his or their part to identify your union with politics will be repulsed To pursue such a course will bring to the union increased power and prosperity A contrary i course such as dabbling into politics will result disastrously to the union isII the opinion of The News I Dr Foote has become the nominee of the Democrats for office The News regrets to see him enter actively into pol itics holding as he does such a respon sible place in the farmers organization and it would suggest to the rankand file of the union that they let nothing in fluence them to swerve from their dutyC t to their cause that any man or political party may profit thereby n A meeting that promises to be of much interest to the farmers will be 4 beld at Irvington Saturday June 8 The importance of the meeting makes J l it delirious that every farmer in the vicinity I should attend Its purpose will be diseased and fully ex plained when the meeting convenes Let every farmer attend It will be toII his interest i i tO1 iji f rit a cr4f + HAPPENINGS AT CUSTER Death of Young Man Storehouse Burns Personal Notes CUSTER Ky Mr and Mrs Jim k Gray visited Tom Gray of Garfield Tuesday Rev Homarth was in Cutter Tuesdays Ben Harned traveling salesman wa the guest of Gilbert Pile Tuesday night Raymond Meador visited in Garfield SundayRetus Lyon and wife are visiting Mr and Mrs J W Barr the parents o Mrs Lyons Recently Mr and Mrs Lyon moved from Custer to Spring LickJohn Allen a young man just enter ing manhood and son of the widow Allen of Custer vicinity died very suddenly in Louisville of heart disease His body was shipped to Garfield and brought out to his mothers home Tues day night for burial at the old Grayp burying ground Fire completely destroyed the store house and contents owned by Rutus Lyon at Spring Lick The fire occured firetis wrappod in mystery The contents of the store had just been insured five lays Mr Lyons dwelling was in immediate danger and was only saved from burning by the heroic efforts of the citizens He has not fully decided what business he will enter A B Sutor took advantage of the holiday and went to Louisville Thurs day to be at the decoration service of the soldiers graves Rene Bennett is getting all the i painting he can do Paint and white wash are turning Custer from an old town into a new and with her stores bank blacksmith shops and tobacco ware houses she has made for herself it Saturdaysotrade fairly hums You can call us back woods hoo doos if you want to but this is the place to get your teeth filled Just now we have two dentists The Beeler brothers Dr D B and R L Beeler One or the other of these brothers will endeavor to make regular trips out here every six weeks Bud Bennett has returned from Louisville where he went to select a new outfit of furniture for his house Butler R Butler have engaged all their lambs to be delivered hereon June 20 at six cents a pound Mr Amnet representing Johnson Bros house Louisville was stopping with 1lrs Mollie Alexander Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Isaac Pile have made their old home very attractive with the new improvements just completed They are genial hearty hosts and make their jin guests have a delightful glad feeling j when visiting their home Mr and Mrs J C Totten are in Louisville this week at the bedside of Mr Tottens sister who is very low with consumption Miss Esther Meador is visiting rela lives and friends in Hardinsburg and vicinity Esther is a very attractive little girl and is the oldest daughter of Dr J W Meador We are sure that Esther will have a nice visit and gain many friends during this her first visit away from papa and mamma Mr Chas Lawson is still very ill He can not recover Miss Ida Marr left our neighborhood Friday She taught the spring school here Miss Mnrr is a very popular teacher and had a large school here but had to give it up on account of the measles Joe Trent will teach the Fall term which we are told will begin in T August Dr D B Beeler and brother R L Beeler Louisville dentists are both in ed Custer with their dental outfit They have their headquarters at Alf Taylors Dr D B Beeler was here three weeks ago and did quite a good deal of work His work proved so satisfactory that the people are glad to have him back again Baby Alf Taylor has the measles There are yet six more in town to take it These six have dodged the disease- so far and there is very little for them to fear now Little Alf is beyond the danger point as he is able to sit up in bed and play with his toys House cleaning is very much in vogue with the women Cold weather does not dampen their arder at all and it does make one feel good to know that things are free from the winters dirt and germs Jim Haynes is having some improve ments added to his dwelling and when completed will give it a new coat of paint Wes Massey with Robinson Bros Co called on our merchants Thursday- Dr J W Meador and John Butler attended quarterly meeting at Mays Grove last Saturday They report It a good meeting- Dr R L Beeler went over to Buras to do dental work on Thursday and Fri day of last week Mrs CHf Pile and her son John on their yPileand took dinner with Mrs Taylor Mrs Pile was once a resident of Breckenridge 1 1 jj r 1 I IliA 41 cA = + 3 d county but a year ago they moved to Vine Grove and are pleased with their new home They think Hardin is more progressive than Breckenridge but we that are left behind think old Brecken ridge just good enough for us Mr and Mrs George Pile of near Buras are both quite sick with malaria fever Drop by drop the offensive discharg- caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back of the nose into the throat setting up an inflammation that is likely to mean Chronic Bronchitis The certain CreamsBalm and the relief that follows even the first application can not be told in words Dont suffer a day longer from CreamfBalm is sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Infant Taken The precious little baby girl of Mr and Mrs George Crist died last Friday and the internment was iir the Clover ort cemetery Saturday The services were conducted by the Rev Currie The baby was only a few weeks old Her name was Ruby Francis The Laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree able and so natural that you do not realize it is the effect of a medicine For sale by Severs Drug Co OldTime Dueling Pistol Mr Theodore Shapinsky of this city has a unique relic in the shape of a pistol presented to him by Mr Matthew Freeman of near town The pistol Is an old timer of the English dueling type of a hundred years ago It isII double barreled and caps are used to start trouble Mr Freeman brought 1 to this country fifty years ago It came into his possession through an English nobleman and is said to have defended the honor of at least one I British subject of royal leneaga in the 1 dueling game so popular across the 1 waters in those daysII Cures Blood and Skin Diseases Itching Humors 1 Send no nionev simply write and try Botanic Bhod Balm at our expense If you suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula Blood Poison cancer rating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrhor any blood or tkin disease we advise you nIspecially r or ate deep seated cases of milignnnt blood or skin disease because Botanic Blood Balm B B Ht kills the poison the blood cures where nil else fails heals every sore nakes the blood pure and rich gives the akin the rich glow of health B B II the most perfect blood purifier made Im proves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Thoroughly tested for thirty years 1 per large bottle at drugstores with complete directions for home cure Sample or Blood Balm stet free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta I Ga Desctibe trouble ann1 free medical advice sent in sealed letter Black Jack Notes BLACK JACK KY Mr and Mrs Rube Burcher of Brandenburg spent Sunday with Mrs Bettie Wright The little infant babe of Dr and Mrs H Hardesty was buried at St Martins Wednesday i Mrs Rosa Sipse is very much impr v at this waiting dir and Mrs Eugene Medley were In Flaherty shopping Friday Miss Susie Shacklett of Hill Grove entertained several of her friends Sunday Those present were Misses Alma and Inez Dowell Allie Sipse Letty Barnes Messrs Ernest andt Robert Downs Ben Flowers Robert Barnes and W W Barnes The M W of A Camp of Guston decorated the grave of Byron Dowell at the burying ground at W B Dowells Sunday evening of June 2 at 2 p m Dr Hardesty went to Brandenburg Thursday on business Ernest Brown and App Shacklett went to Flaherty Thursday on business Mrs Mary Lamb and Lettie Miller were in Ekron Thursday afternoon Will Sipse and Will Prather were in Brandenburg shopping Thursday Mrs Ernest Dowell and sister Lettie Barnes were in Flaherty shopping 1 Thursday Free from Catarrh just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Let me send it now 1 is snowwhite creamy healing an tiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see for I what this preparation an accomplish Address Dr andII Racine Wis Large Jars 50 cents i 1 Sold by Severs Drug Co r i 1 11 L WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence A meeting of the Columbus memo rial commission was held at the de partment of state u few days ago and preliminary arrangements were made to carry out the provisions of the actor congress approved March 4 last appropriating 1000fiO for the erection In this city of a suitable memorial to ColmnbuseThe commission consists of the chair man of the senile committee on the 11 brary of the Fiftyninth congress the chairman of tho committee on the li brary of tho houso of representatives of the Fiftyninth congress the secre tary of state the secretary of war and the supreme knight of tho Order of the Knights of Columbus The Columbus Memorial One of the plans proposed for a me morial to Columbus involves the erec tion of n monumental arch over Dela wore avenue between the United States capitol and the Union station and near the latter so that It might form a gateway to the city Although the Columbian commissioners are not finally committed to any design It Is understood that most of them favor a monumental group with Columbus as the central figure In preference to an arch But the questions of site and de- sIgn are yet to be determined Presidents Fall Trip President Roosevelt Intends If possi ble to make a three or four days trip next fall down the Mississippi river from some point In middle Illinois or Iowa to Memphis It will If made bo with the members of the Inland waterways commission President Roosevelt will leave Oyster Bay In time to be at Canton 0 to attend the dedication of the McKinley monument Sept 30 and the voyage down the Mississippi river will If nothing prevents Immediately follow Down the Mississippi Tim president has been strongly urged to make the trip because of the opportunity It will afford to acquaint himself personally with the Impor tance of the work the Inland water ways commission has In hand Recently he received an urgent Invitation to do so from the governors of sixteen states who referred to the great Interest the president has taken In the Im provement of the Mississippi and Its tributaries because of Its effect In reg ulating railway rates Responsive to the invitations from the state executives the president has sent to each one an Identical letter promising to make the trip outlined unless something unforeseen occurs In Interest of Temperance If half a score of society women can control It another season In Washing ton will see the punch bowl abandoned and the wine at dinner a thing of tbe past This attitude Is the result of serious consideration of tbe drink evil not alone among fashlonnbjf vomcn7- To Ii Simplify Postage StampT- JPostnjnsfer general Meyer Is being besieged with inquiries and sijggestfShs as to devising n plan for placing on postage stumps the name of the city or town In which they are sold The Scheme is Impracticable according to postottlcc olllcinls owing to the neces spry delay and expense Involved and does not harmonize with the ideas of the postmaster general who desires to simplify the design of postage stamps to that they will have ns little on them as possible thus making they denominations clear and distinct New Stamped Envelopes The stamped envelopes which will bo Issued under the new contract begin ning July 1 next will contain the bust of either Washington or Franklin In simple bas rellef Washington having been the first president and Franklin practically the first postmaster general nnd the father of the postofllce system There will be no printing on the stamps execept the words United States and the denominations In fig- ureR and also in raised letters The erect will resemble somewhat the stamped envelope when It first camp Into use In earlier days The Issue will consist of four denominations two cent and five cent Wash- Ington and one cent and tour cent Franklin the colors being green red blue and black Presidents Baseball Pass President Roosevelt received the oth er day a gold folding card conferring on him life membership in the Na- tIonal Association of Professional Baseball Leagues with the privilege of admission to all the games played by he clubs composing tbe association The card Is of the regulation base ball ticket size the presidents photo graph engraved In enameled gold the date of presentation and the name of as many of the cities as there was room for A Government Bequest Some time after the civil war Cap thin James Hooker who lived near Irondequolt N Y bought 200 acres near Galesburg 111 It has greatly increased in value He made a will leaving this property to the government together with valuable property In New York Tho will provides that the 200 acres should be turned Into a military park and military school to be maintained by the government al though erected by money provided from Honkers estate In New York Ever slnco the will was made many years ago Hooker had provided that tho executor should be the president of the United States Ho changed tho executor with each change In the presi dency Ho died In February President Roosevelt was named as executor The president declines to qualify as executor but at the request of Gales burg people he will Instruct the department of justice to look after the interests of the government In the fight that will bo nude by the relatives of the dead man to break the will OARL BOHOFIELD tti 1SJ 1i i- o c WOMAN AND FASHION Veils For Picture Hate- SIn the new fluffy ruches veil there t salvation for the woman who lacks ether i the patience to pin this Important dress accessory securely or to drape iIt In n smart and becoming style Two or three pins are enough to keep this nlnll In nlnnn If If Innn tntnn Tim NEW FtiXJFFT BOTFLES VEIL ed close about the neck after the present popular fashion while no pins aro required at the top for the fluffy rut flea veil Is circular In shape and when thrown over a hat It falls just as IIt should There Is no difficulty whatever In making It fit any hat of ordinary size and It Is particularly stylish with a round drooping brim It Is usually made of filet or dotted all over net and as It Is one of tho latest novelties only black and white varieties are to be found In the shops But sueh n veil Is so simple to make that any one who wants to have a smoke color or n brown one can easily put It together at home and IncIdental- ly save money fdr umbrella veils are more expensive than ordinary ones New Linen Frills Surely there was never a tlmo whe ready to wear accessories were more easily acquired The loveliest linen collars plain em broidered lace Inset and otherwise wrought are to bo had at all prices Some are richly beautiful and all have styleThen there are sheer linen mull ties also at all prices and mere bows at a likewise astonishing range of figures Embroidered circular bows are a quaint feature So are embroidered beltsThe detachable plaltlngs for th blouse fronts are the most novel these linen accessories and are call Marie Antoinette and Beau Brummel Jabots They are variously finished with a dainty hem or a bit of lace and a section of the plaiting Is formed Into a bow at the throat Many of the new shirt waists are finished with thesei Jabots and very dainty they aro seen coatiM Jrown Shoes Popular The s ifuCfgJrl of 1007 will walk Su golden brown leatbeHj also she will ride In It and golf In It and boat in It nnd drive In itshell anything and everything but dance In It The craze for brown as an accessory color appeared on the horizon last June and grew and grew until manufacturers and shopkeepers and most of all wo men folk who would like to be fashionable were In despair because of tbe shortage of brown gloves and hats and parasols and purses Well this same craze starts In blithely this spring apparently Just where It left oft only now folks seem better prepared to do us brown Stylish Summer Suit No material Is ns nice or as service able for a summer suit as brlllantlne or called by Its old fashioned name alpaca Tan Is a good color for this seasonThis design for a suit Is very simple and quite the latest cut of both skirt I IN CUTAWAY EFFECT and coat and may be made by the homo dressmaker for the modest sum of 10 You will require eight yards of tho material at 75 cents a yard It pays to get a good quality of stuff as It is not worth while putting the time on cheap material The velvet for the collar the lining for the Jacket and the braid and finishings will not cost more than 4 altogether t 1 L r f r4 rHll f JUST ONETWORD that word l- 8PL1ttsIt refers to Dr Tufts Liver Pills and litArcTroubled with indigestion Sick headache Vlrtlgo i BItlousIInsomnia IiANY of these symptoms and many others Indicate Inaction of the LIVER T tiepills Take No Subst- itute4Wants = + 1 JAdvertisements Inserted under this head atono cent a word per week tof20NewsFBusiness In Resoling Green University Rood for any do lartmont In that Institution Ilreckenrldgi News POR EXCHANGE A piano for a span of dlffererceW andGarfieldtlrulars write to Local Editor News office Cloverport Ky- WANTEDCook i woman preferred noy washing best of watres Akdress SlrsM II IIennen Ilawesvllle ICy settingworthorBreckenrldgo News Cloverpt ICy f t thenacresInor wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldgo News Cloverport Ky FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines GnsollneEnginesMARTIN Lfulsvllle Kv fC3 LAND FOR SALK nearSlnklnJImprovee good tobacco and stock born corn roomsb soldedlrlcolSOODnabbafortunoboal10c lIIWehave secured the of Mr R C Sutphin an expert =jeweler and our Jew = elry department will mbem Drug Co lSevers F Bargains i- nIDUROCS i II 8 For Quick Buyers R- L W it1 In order to make room at once I w will sell my aged Boar and three young ones Also four Gilts dirtIIcheap t 3 E P HARDAWAY I jfi Irvington Ky T3Y 7 r Yli7 T T T11i JamestownExposition Via AshevilleAnd theii Land of the Sky Withstopover privileges y Go One WayReturn Another picturesque literature any 1agentSOUTHERN RAILWAY C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agt- Louisville j Kytt I V I ITJ1tKENNEDYS COUGH SYRUP rv Hh1 iij j r I r r Il1r r J r 1 1 1F t r rr t4r I r- r vrr r 1ir iirvVv v I T II r A fi f t I I r i i i 15he Breckenridge News 4 LWEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1907 fr I i PERSONAL I I AND LOCAL Salter B Oelze is expected home- ss pnMiss Jeanette Burn went to Louisvill SaturdayMrs fromOwenshoroLadies Home Journal for sale at the News Office Mrs Eugene Goff has returned home from Owensboro Miss Annie Murphy of Chicago Iis visiting her mother Mrs Conrad Sippel and children are visiting In Tobinspcrt The Misses Plankwill arrive home from Versailles tonight Dr Fred De Haven of Loisville was the guest of his mother Sunday Miss Inez Gregory of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison RayHeyserMiss Annie Jolly of Louisville has 4en the guest of Miss Lucetta Miller Miss Mamie DeHaven made a short visit to friends in Haweaville last week r Mrs Benton Eubanks of Frankfort is the guest of Mr and Airs Robert Polk Mr and Mrs Owen May of Louisville have arrived here tovisit relatives f Brandenburgiscity j The many friends of Mrs R O Willis will be glad to learn that she is very much improved after an illness of several weeks Mrs John Weisenbergr andjdaughter went to Tell City Monday to visit rel ativesFrank Warfield of Louisville was here last week the guest of Mrs Frank Fraize Mr and Mrs Billy Wilson of Mat toon 111 arrived here Monday to visit relativesNorman LyndsborgKans Miss WeatherhoU Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Lewis Adams and children of Louisville are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs David Wilson firs J D Gregory has returned home from Mansfield Ark where she visited her daughter Mrs E C Brice Mrs Gabbert who has been spending the winter in Los Angles Cal has re turned to her home in Louisville- J J Dyer went to Philpot last week to meet his daughter Miss Clara Dyer who will spend the summer here Prof and Mrs King and children left Monday afternoon for Wabash mad to visit relatives before going to Marion Mrs Tom Watkins of St Joseph Mo arrived Saturday to see her mother Mrs Murphy who is ill at her home in this city Mrs John Conrad and children Rich ard and Elsie of Princeton Ind are the guests of her sister Mrs Edward GregoryProf prettyibeing Rev and Mrs Currie Mr and Mrs J E Keith and family Prof Edmund Wroe and sister Miss Margaret Wroe will leave today for Lexington Prof Wroe will take n course in the State Normal school in that city Mr and Mrs J H May are repair- Ing thejr property which the recent floods damaged so heavily When the Improvements are finished it will be theIMr and Mrs Jeff D Hambleton of Louisville Air Will Hambleton and Mrs Ed Hambleton of Henderson coun- tY Misses Anne and Carrie Hamble ton have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot The last meeting of the Girls Club for this spring was held at the home of Miss Ray Lewis Heyser last Wednesday evening Miss Heyser entertained her guests from 030 to 8 oclock and served dellsious refreshments The Epworth League will have a called business meeting next Tuesday night to complete their arrangements for the entertainment ofthe League conference Every one interested in the matter is requested to be present New Officers At the regular meetineof the Knights of Pythias the following officers were elected for the ensuing term I HC Allen C C John Burn V C v Rev B M Currie Prelate J E Wertherholt M of W W C Sexton M of A S R Berry Jr 1 G lMarion Weatherholt O G Chas rHamman K of R S Chas May M of F Ed Whitehead M of C C W Hamman D D G C U TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS We ak our subscribers whose subscriptions to the News expire this month to please send in their renewals before the tenth No tification card will be sent you and your prompt remittance will be greatly appreciated John D nabbage Sons Pub Co i Ditto Home Destroyed by Fire At three oclock last Wednesday afternoon the home of Mr John K Ditto near Brandenburg wns burned while the family was away from home It is thought the fire was of incendiary origin Only Mr Dittos valuable papers and a few pieces of furniture were saved The house was insured for 3200 CHENAULT CHENAULT KY Mrs G B Cunningham spent last Thursday the guest of Dr and Mrs D S Sphire of Mooleyville Mrs J F Jarboe were in Tell City last week for a few days stay- J B Warren went to Louisville Sunday with a fine lot of hogs E J Stallman went to St Louis last week on business Quite a crowd from here attended the ball at Derby Ind last Thursday Notice to Farmers There will be a business meeting of the farmers held at Irvingtou Saturday June 8 The object of the meetingwill be made known and fully explained on that day It is important that every farmer should be present The busi ness is important an I every farmer in the vicinity of Irvington is requested to attend HEAVY RAINS OF- FRIDAY NIGHT Cause Damage to Tobacco Plants Scarcity of Plants Reported The heavy rains of Friday night caused much damage to tobacco plants In some sections of the county the rain was so heavy the plants were beat into the ground in some instances whole fields being destroyed There was already a scarcity of plants in the county and since this late mishap to the weed the farmers fare having considerable trouble in supplying themselves some of them saying it wiil be impossible to get enough plants to set out the crop they had Intended ITCHING RASH IMD1BTENB1 8 Baby Girl Had Rash Behind Ears Nothing Would Drive It Away It Spread and Grew Worse Under Specialists CareTried Every thing Without Avail U CUTICURA REMEDIES EFFECTED PERFECT CURE When my daughter was a baby she bad a breaking out behind the ears The doctor said that she would outgrow it and it did get somewhat better until she was about fifteen years old and after that we could get nothing that would drive It away She was always applying something in the way of solves It troubled her behind the knees opposite thee elbows back of tho neck and ears under the chin and then it got on tho face That was about threo years ago As we had tried everything that wo could hear of without help she took treatment with a specialist and seemed to get worse all tho time Wo were then advised to try tho Cuticura Remedies and now I dont see any breaking out and wo are well pleased with tho results and I will cheerfully recommend tho Cuti cura Remedies to all that may need them M Curloy 1110 Sixteenth St Bay City Mich fiay 20 1906 ECZEMA ON FACE Child Suffered Two Years Now Wf11 Mother Praises Cuticura My little girl had boon a sufferer yearsTriedeffect I at lost heard of the Cuticura Remedies Started treating her with Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cutlcura Resolvent She is now nearly six years old and no sores have as yet appeared on her face From the day or hoc euro wo havo always praised the hlnhestMrsr Nov 0 905ItorEveryronslsts of iotlcura Soap c21e to Cleanse the Hkln- CUticum Ointment Soo tollenl the Skin and Cuticura Heholvent aocx In the form of Caoco Bloat Pills 2Se per vial word to Purify the DrugellarMaUcd IreeAowtocure tklndumore 1 PROCEEDINGS Of District Sunday School Con vemton at Harncd HARNED KY The Hardinsburg Magisterial District Sunday School Convention was held at the Baptist church Saturday May 25 1907 Despite the inclement weather quite a crowd was in attendance and in addition to the bountiful spread of dinner the good peo le of Harned spared no pains in their efforts to make it a pleasant and profitable day for all present The inspiring music and bouniful floral decorations together with the Sunday School atmosphere pervading areIeverybody seemed to be glad they were thereThe subjects on the program were ably discussed by the speakers to whom they were assigned only three speakers being absent Rev R E Adams visit ing from Falls of Rough kindly took the place of one of the absentees and gave us an excellent talk We are glad to note that the Sunday School spirit is growing in this district At the coming county convention we will be able to re port thirteen Sunday Schools from a district containing fifteen churcn organ izations We have served the people ofI this district as President and Secretary for four and five years respectively and an amendment to the report of the nominating committee being carried by a majority vote It was decreed that we be retained another year And now while we desire to express our apprecia tion and our thanks to the good people of the district and especially some of our pastors for their zealous coopera tion in the past we earnestly request that we manifest still greater zeal the coming year and thus go after our quota of the 400000 boys and girls of Kentucky who are out of the Sunday SchoolAfter adopting the resolutions a copy of which we herewith send for publication through the kindness of Rev J W Hughes President of Kingswood Col lege we were invited to hold the next annual district convention at Kings wood Ky It was so ordered and the convention adjourned W D Smith President Cora Matthews Secy Resolutions Whereas Increased light and informa opportunity the gospel of Jesus Christ and conserv ing the interest of the Christian church is constantly coming upon us and this in creased light and knowledge brings in creased obligation therefore be it re solvedFirst That we as a people as citizens of a Christian nation as members of the church of God should awake to a greater SundaySchool SundaySchoolI ever before And whereas this interest should bt manifested in that department of its organization which is erected in our midst therefore be it resolved second That we should see to it that every Sunda School in this district is repre sented at our county convention at Hnr dinsburg June 10 and 11 And whereas we have enjoyed a splendid inspiring and successful con vention be it further resolved thirdly that we extend our thanks ard express our hearty appreciation to all who haveI contributed their part thereto First the officers the president and secretary of this district who have so efficiently and faithfully performed their duties as is shown by the large repre sentation and the numerous and excel lent reports on hand here today and by the excellent program provided Also to our county president Bro Henderson for his presence here today and forI his devotion to the work in our midstI 2nd to the good people of this community for their kindness in giving the convention i here for their interest shown in tne large and loyal attendance exhibited here and for their generous and bounti ful hospitality shown to all those from a distance and to the visiting friends 3d To those who have expended time and effort in preparing and rendering the excellent and inspiring songs with which we have been favored 4th To those who in answer to their aesthetic tastes and to our natural love of beauty and rightful appreciation of Gods beau tiful gifts have furnished the splendid floral and fern decorations And lastIlYe to one and all for the love harmony and cooperation that have prevailed in this conventionR 1 Mary W Hughes Committee Rena R Butler J The Government Short There is a dearth of stenographers throughout the country Even the United States Government is unable to procure all it needs The Business University at Bowling Green Ky turns out more stenographers than any other Institution In the South and yet It gets many times more calls for them than it can supply Stenography is an un crowded vocation Oil and Gasoline If you want a good oil that will not smoke the chimney nor char the wick I have It at 15c per gallon also the best Pennsylvania Gasoline at 25c perI gallon 5 gallons 115 Phone and I will send for your can A L Fort PROGRAM Of County Sunday School Con vention To Be field at lIar dinsburg June 1011 The program for the County Sunday School Convention which meets lows Hnrdhiiburjr June 10 and 11 is as atI MONDAY EVENING JUNE 10I800 Devotional Service ClineIser Lecture on Life of Christ with StereIoptican ViewsT C Gabnuar BenedictionITUESDAY JUNE 11I930 DevotionalRev J W Hughes Welcome AddressJ P Hasweli Jr ResponseRev E Graves 1000 Reading Minutes of Last Con ventlonISongIIWorkMrs J W Hughes 1030 Teachor Training T C Ge bauerI1040 Report of County Superintend ents 1 Teacher Training 2 House Visitation 3 Homo Department 4 Pri maryConference on those Reports led by T C Gobauer 1100 Report of District Secretaries Song 1125 Bible StoryMiss Nannie Lee Frayser 1140 Appointment of Committees Other Business Noon Recess 115 Song and Prayer ServiceRev- E B English 130 Report of Secretary and Treas urer 140 Winning and Holding Young Men Rev B M Currie 155 Who and What Constitutes an Ideal Sunday School Juo Burns 210 Essentials in Elementary Teach ing Miss Nannie Lee Frayser Song 230 Roll Call of Pastors Superin tendents Teachers Pupils and Visitors 240 Benefits and Advantages ot De nominational Cooperation Rev I Cline 255 Five Minutes Explanation of Five Vital Movements in Sunday School Work 1 The Baraca ClassRev Adams 2 The I B R AMiss Cora Mat thews 3 The International Reading Course Mrs W J Piggott 4 The Organized Adult Bible Class Rev B Y Wilson 5 An Easy and Inexpensive Plan of Hnuse to House Visitation Mrs L P Poake 320 Song Fifty Years and TodnG W Beard 335 What we are striving to accom plish in 1907T C Gobauer Report of Committees Reading of Minutes AdjournmentT Henderson President Mrs Hol Drane Secretary Monday evening is to be devoted to entertainment of the children So parents come and bring the little ones Let every school in county be repre sented Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is posilhe and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickel capped glass jars 5h rents Sold by Severs Drug Co COMING Emerson Cos Grand Floating Palace June 6 A show organized by the very brains of the show world Placed before the public without fear of competition One that travels solely on its merits and a well known reputation asking no favors and courting honest criticism Constructed with a view to giving every comfort to our patrons By a special system of ventilation and aided by conntless electric fans the theatre is kept unusually cool and refreshing I Arm Dislocated Mr Rl M Crenshaw of near town while on a visit to his old home in Bullitt county suffered injury in a runaway accident He was driving be hind a mule when the animal took fright and ran off Mr Crenshaw was thrown from the buggy and his left shoulder dislocated He sustained other slight injuries James Franklin Jr At the homo of Mr and Mrs J Frank FairleigH in Louisville a fine sou ar rived on May 21 He will be called James for his father SOS I I IMEET ME AT NOLTES i No Excuse If you will but insist upon being properly fitted with one pairof Queen Quality Oxfords the comfort pleas ure and satisfaction they afford will but add one moreIto the ever growing throng ofIr Queen Quality Try a pair next time t Jo C Nolte tBroICloverport Kyff ms t1tB1 I NOTICE I IIion Tuesday and Friday and WlJ from Irvington to Fordsville on Wednesdays lij and Saturdays of each week Ifpense or telephone us WlJIIncorporated Phone 134 Cloverport Ky iIW a1Jea1J fSm a Cs tRZJiIfOgzzJtO II 1I 1i 1i man for for that and a mans best mer his the the OF KY 0 ifIyou will your do it well andIDust will do the for the food the too If you the and havingI never used Gold If so its time you did wait but a sack nowtfm I Cadick Milling Co Qrandview a1ISm sm CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY 4 COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We Contractor James M Lewis associated us and can furnish plans and estimates for Our Mill is of good material and best workmanship and our prices are reasonable We several grades of roofing prices 1 to 325 per squareOur 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WE WILL TRUST YOU 10 DAYS200 HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of wiitmalla 22 insshorttemtin human hair switch to match If satisfactory remit 52OO In ten days Extra Shades little more Inclose 5 cents postage Louisvdlely3S84thAve L vs H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY theCourtsI Mt SpfdH attention civen to col eotlonw road cases und criminal practice License to practice in rnred Stts Dlstric Courti OHIcfc over Hunk of Ilardlnslu- rgCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nislit Hates 2100I per day L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND t f I No 116 Dally Fast Train Ileavj Cloverpo i 507 AM stops at Howard on till only arrive at Louisville 725 A M r No 112 Tally Mall ana Express leaves Olo- verportO90 A M stops at till way stations C arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mall loaves CIo I rerport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m Train No 118 Dally except Saturday Olo Cloverportxlettvosblovorport m makes all stops except Addison Sam ple Mystic Lodlburg Webster Long ranch UBrtlt18 und Howard WEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Oloverport accommodatloL leaves Oloverport 600 a m arrives Evansville 900 am exprossleayosQawesville Iewlli ort Macao Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville aTrlve9 St Louis 730 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 pm Stops at all stations No US dally St Louis fast train IbavesClo verport 11 00 PM arrives Evans vlllo 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Ilawes vllle f Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Clo Verport 025 a mi arrives Evansville 12 I5 p to Makes all stops Except Pates ii Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 148 between Louisville arid St Louis Fordsvilte BranchT EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday loaves Fordsvllle 430 a srUos Irvington 840 am t leavestI f 7 pm Train No 8 Sunday only gr FordAvlllo830a m Irvington 03a m i WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves fo Irvington650am arrives Fordsvllle 245 vV1 train No 5 Dally loaveslrvlngton 850 i fy n arrives Fordsvllle 9 25o m J t c 2 = yJW pT- mLuN Jul TO ACT IN UNISON American States Are Prepared to Present an Unbroken Front at the Hague Conference A QUESTION OF ARBITRATION On This Most Vital Point It Is Expected That the Republics of the West ern Hemisphere Will Be Practically UnitedWashington May 27 Probably not until the doors of the stately KniGhts Hall are thrown open to the second conference at The Hague June IB next will it bo possible to know the exact strength of tho American con tlngent among tho delegates At the first conference only two American states were representedthe United States of America and the United States of Mexico If all the republics of the western hemisphere take ad vantage of the opportunity to partici pate In the proceedings of the second conference that has been opened by the efforts of the American secretary of state there will be no less than twentyone of the governments of the three Americas represented including delegations from Cuba Haiti and San to Domgo Some of these republics will have no representatives at the conference but It Is Impossible to say even now who will be the absentees In some cases economical considerations have oper ated to prevent certain of the smaller republics from naming delegates though the reason Is not so bluntly stated in the declinations Others are actually at war or In a state of revolu tion and even anarchy A very few are actually Indifferent to the approach of the International gathering which may Involve for them the most momentous questions and completely change their relations with the world powersOn the whole however there has been a generous response from most of the American republics to the czars Invitation to join In the deliberations of the second conference and it is certain that the American representa tion will be large It has been anticipated that all the American delegates will act In unison on all propositions submitted to the conference It Is true that on somo of the most Important propositions to ocme up before the conference the American delegates will agree in prin ciple It Is equally true that they will differ widely in matters of detail and in respect to the best methods of ap plying these great principles Touch Ing the most generally Important of these propositions and the one which It is confidently believed will really yield substantial resultsthat looking to a wider extension of the process of settling disputes by arbitration the American delegates will present an unbroken front- LEGALLY DETERMINED There Is No Longer Any Doubt of Nicholai de Raylans Sex Phoenix Ariz May 29The body of Nicholai do Raylan whose sex has been the subject of dispute and litiga tion since last December was ox humed yesterday and taken to an undertaking parlor where It was viewed by Baron Schllppenbach the Russian consul at Chicago The body was in a fine state of preservation and the face was entirely unchanged Mich Felnberg representing Public Admin istrator Reddick of Chicago was pres ent and expressed satisfaction Baron Schllppenbach after viewing the body said This Is the body of Nicholai de Raylan who was for twelve years my secretary The result of the In quest established beyond a doubt the Identity of the corpse as the body of De Raylan and that the person in question was a female IBoise Idaho May 28The Steun enberg murder trial has been adjourned until Friday morning to give the sheriff time to summon another special venire of sixtyone talesmen the sec ond venire having been exhausted THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 94c No 2 red 95c CornNo 2 414c Oats No 2 mixed 43140 HaYClover 1600 1800 timothy 1800 3 2000 millet 1360 1500 Cattle J250 Q 600 Hogs 5000625 Sheep300525 Lambs 500750 M- At Cincinnati WheatNo2 red 101 CornNo 2 67c OatsNo2 46c Cattle J475575 Hogs 4505635 Sheep 400500 Lambs26750 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 99c CornNo 3 53c OatsNo2 43c Cattle Steers 400625 stockers and feeders 300515 Hogs550630 Sheep 4263 660 Lambs660 900 Livestock at New York Cattle 450630 Hogs550 080 Sheep 550665 Lambs650 850 At East Buffalo Cattle400615 Hogs550r 645 Sheep 3000675 Lambs600 0850 L L Wheat at Toledo Dee 102U July 98o crib 9U JJ t DINGENDIEFER TALKS Concludes That Companies Are Preferable to Cities When a Newspaper Critlci es e Com pany It Yields Quicker Than You Can Say Jack Robinson but City Authorities Feel Secure In Their Places and Do Nothing It will be remembered that some wino 6r ten months ayo Mr Din ell dieter burst from the obscurity In which as a slmllo clarinet player In the orchestra of a Manhattan the- Ater he had lbeen cnvu pod and dashed upon the Brooklyn public as a redeemer of Its rfcbt to cross the Brooklyn bridge at night without clambering up and down the long Irksome flights of stairs lending to and from the elevated structures In other words It was Mr Dlnpcn dieter who through the columns of the Eagle made It clear to tho Brooklyn Rapid Transit company that the discontinued uUht service of trolley tars across the bridge ought to be resumed It was In this page of history that Mr DhiRondlefor alluded in the following remarks which he made concerning municipal ownership of public utilities- I link ve soom preddy goot lessons alreatty got about dot moonizlbal own ershib dings AInd you dink so yes Yen dey didnt run them drolley cars nut der Prooklyn prldge by der nlgbd lime lasd winter all ve got to done lss to say soomdlngs on der Eagle news pabcr und right nvny quick der Prook lyn Rabid Dranslt gomunny schtnrdt dem running Und since dot dime ve didnt got no Troubles like dot soom more All vet der gombany cants to know Iss dot der peobles vouldnt schtandt dot soom longer und day set sooch a move by dam dot you couldnt say Yack Robinson vlrst But vot Iss It von der cldy own dot rnllroats I bed you dots n good deal difference Der brlvate gouibany vat Iss got delr money Invested by dot rallroats couldnt affords to make tier people sooch a mud meppe der peo pies rise oop un1 say doy glf soom odder gombnny tint vrnnchlses or sompdlnga llko dot nut von der oldy owns dot rnilront pferybotty vot runs It alnd got soom oof his own money Invested III It so he vouldnd care vot der peobles said lie run der rallroats yoost der same way vot he vant to Soom poobles said dot der nolidl clans vould been more afraid not der peoblos as der brlvnte gombnny but dot Iss a foolishness Per bolldlcinns got nodlngs to lose und dor brlvnte gombany got eferydlngs Oaf tier boll dlcinns vas afraid oof tIer peobles how Iss It dot they dond go ahondt right nvny qvlck und bulldt dot ele vated loop by Delancey streed Dond tier peobloH want lot Und dond der bolldlclans know dot tIer peobles vent dot Sure they know dot but they dond care soomodliiKs aloud It Mop Io doy gots more money on dolt pocket ven they dond bulldt dot loop I bed you oof dot vas left vor soom brl vato gombnny to done und dor bolldl clots got nodlngs to said aloud it dot loop vonld be bulldt nlretty yet und ve vouldnd got soooh n crowd Ings by dor Frooklya bridge Defer soom more Efory dime wen I dinks about dot moonlzllml ownership I dinks aboud dot Manhaddan prldge vot der peo blos vonld boon vnlklng ofor by ills time cot It was der hroherdy oof soom brivate gorporatlon Alnd you dink so No YearBrooklyn Eagle Marshal Seizes Light Plant A United States marshal lens seized the electric light plant belonging to the borough of Park Ridge N 7 In execution of n judgment for 003190 which was obtained In the United States circuit court by the engineering firm which Installed the plant The plant was to have been run by water power but has not been a success The builders claim that this Is due to In adequate power and not to Improper installation as claimed by the borough authorities and the decision apparently supports their claim The situation Is a serious one as the borough Is small and the plant cannot be operat ed advantageously until a large additional expenditure has been made Cheeks Private Enterprise Socialism in Itself has been clearly proved to be an evil because It de prives every human being of ordinary human rights- Government ownership of semipublic utilities is Socialism but only a frac tion part of it There is evil and oppression in it as it stops the spirit of private enter prise A stoppage of human individ ual effort is the effect of government ownership even in part Philadelphia Item A Condition Not a Theory The vigorous advocate of the plan of municipal ownership and control must base his arguments regarding honest and economical management upon the absolute morality of political heel ers and as he cannot be morally hon est In such advocacy he cannot reasonably expect the people to exercise great faith in his theories It is not what men might do or could do It Is what they do that Is impressive Cleveland News Broadening Influence of Public Life It broadens ones horizon so to speak does it not inquired tho man who was studying municipal condi tions to serve tho city In the capacity of alderman I dont know about that answered the other man but I have noticed that it generally broadens his equator I Exchange lii tJ l o I i THE HALL OF KNIGHTS History of Castle Where Peaco Delegates Will Meet LARGE GLOOMY STRUCTURE Begun About 1240 It Was Formerly Used as a Hunting Palace Interior Consists of Ono Huge Hall and Series of Smaller Ones The sittings of the second pence con ference nt The Hague will be held In a thirteenth century castle built for tho counts of Holland In the days when they together with the bishops of Utrecht ami the dukes of Guelders ruled the Low Countries says the New York Tribune Time House In the Woods Huts ten Bosch the former royal villa In the Hnagsche forest In the orange salon of which the first pence conference met In 1899 was found too small to accommodate the delegates of the fortysix countries to be represented und the Dutch govern ment decided to lit up and place at the disposal of Its distinguished guests the ancient castle known In recent years as the Hall of Knights largeIIn the heart of nn Irregular pile of old but more modern buildings which taken together form the BInnenhof the fortress of the city The Biunen hof Is the most historical spot In HoI land about It clusteriug the memories of the eightyyear struggle which finally resulted In relieving the Dutch from tho Spanish yoke the glories of the republic when the states general ruled and the stnatholders lived here when Dutch commerce wns the largest In the world and triumphant Dutch warships oven ascended the Thames und threatened London The building of the old states general lying to the north Is now used by the upper chamber of the Dutch parliament while the ballroom of time Btantholders residence to the south has become the home of the lower house The other buildings Inclosing the square are used by the various government departments Along one side of the BInnenhof Is an artificial lake called the Vyver The Hall of Knights stands lu the center of a paved court and Is reached through half a dozen picturesque por tals over which are chiseled the arms of the counts of Holland The moat and postern have long since disappeared and today the old building looks less like a castle than like an ancient church Begun about 1210 by Count William II afterward elected emperor of Germany through the Influence of Innocent IV the building was extend ed by his son Floris who used It as a hunting palace The Interior consists of a single enormous hall occupying tbe entire space within time churchlike structure In front and a series of small er halls nnd rooms In the rear Tho large hall was the great dining room 5f the counts and their knights when they made their hunting expeditions to the North sea marshes It Is here that the plenary sessions of the conference will be held After the rlsejof the republic the cas tle gradually fell Into decay Its main use lu those days was for the drawing of the national lottery which took place In the main hall where the con ference will sit and the name Lottery hull still clings to It although distinctly discouraged by the government Toward the close of tho eighteenth century a portion of tho building was restored and decorated and after Louis I Bonaparte was expelled In 1813 It was used as the seat of the high civil and criminal courts The courts were mov ed several years ago and In 1900 the work of restoration began Since 1002 the main hall has been annually used by the queen for the ceremony of read Ing the address of the throne to the houses of parliament The hall Is about CO by 80 feet and Is lofty but the huge beams and rafters of the vaulted roof give It a cavern ous appearance In preparation for the conference many electric lights hanging from the rafters have been installed to reenforce the dim light from the high stained glass windows The desks for the delegates arranged like pews In a church and flanked on coveredpewter Ink well set In the right hand corner In front Is a low rostrum for the presiding officer with the desks of the secretaries arranged behind In the form of a semicircle The whole ob ject apparently Is to bring the delegates as close together as possible and permit an easy exchange of Ideas The general effect Is one of extreme simplicity The commltteo rooms In the rear are spacious but also somber Under the shadow of the castle took place one of the two dark tragedies which sullied the history of the re publicthe execution of John van Ol den Barneveldt the prime minister who was Ignomlnously hanged at the Instigation of Prince Maurice of Orange on tho false charge of treason A stones throw away in the prison where are still shown the torture chambers of the Spanish Inquisition occur red the other tragedythe brutal mur der of the Do Witt brothers who had devoted their lives to their country and who were torn to pieces by a mob un der the mistaken belief that they had been guilty of a conspiracy to assas sinate the gtadtholder May Kill Beavers Again There Is a movement In Maine to perJJ mlt an open season for killing because of tho damage to standing timber caused by the little animals Lumbermen lay all sorts of depredations atIt the door of the dam builders j r s tW 1 u i fJ 111 MOTHERHOOD The first requisite of a good mother is good health and the experience of maternity should not be approached without careful physical preparation as a woman who is in good physical condition transmits to her children the blessings of a good constitutionPreparation for healthy maternity Is accomplished by Lydia E Pink ams Vegetable Compound which is made from native roots and herbs more successfully than by any JJ- lather medicine because it gives tone to the entire feminine c organism curing displacements ul MRS JAMES VHUTER uu ra- I ceration and inflammation and the I result is less suffering and more children healthy at birth For more than thirty years Lydia E PinkhamsVegetable Compound has been the standby of American mothers in preparing for childbirth ot lalletterDearMrsLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound A neighbor who had learned tryitI recovered quickly and am in the best of heath now In Lydia E Finkhams Vegetable Compound Is certainly a successful oJ remedy for the peculiar weaknesses and ailments of women to DraggingSensations r mtlons1cChildbirthMrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women b I I Women suffering from any form of female weakness ore invited toIIwrite Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Her advice is freeItPoliteness Pays Politeness oven to people you ills like Is never lost und always pays It enhances your character and It calls from your enemies tho respect they are bound to give you no matter what way they may think or feel about you Many nit enemy has been changed Into a friend by n continually pleasant manner and n strong determination not to see that which is disagreeable Ex change A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex saysIIIn the past year I have become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxa tive I ever before tried so effectually disposes of malaria and billiousness They dont grind ncr gripe 25C by Severs Drug Co 1 THEi j PIKE Mgr I Now With the Jury a Austin Tex May 1The defense has introduced of evidence In the antitrust ouster and penalty suit e against the WatersPierce Oil company i and following Judge Brookss charge C this morning the matter was submit i ted to the jury both sides having agreed to submit the case without ar t gument 1I How Reciprocated Washington May 31The emperor I of Germany who recently accepted the I honorary membership to which ho was elected In the American Cross of Hon or has presented a magnificent por trait of himself to that order JS TO 13xAYou Hate Always IJiIII StbatA A WHY WE LAUGH q Little Jloytse7tse Jfow 17lnr 0Is Relished b Ilthe Tvisest Men IIII 0I jJudgesSis Hopkins Mon 100 a yearEj On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name for a three months trial tubicription for cither of these bright Witty and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLARwill add LESLIES WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of iime Address L j vI W J Ir Judge CompanyTIlhU 225 Fourth Avenue New York lFt Fifth Avenue I HOTEL Louisville Ky CAMPBELL i S all Its d II He O A 4r l1 Tiiemost centrally located erd 1200 firstclass rate hotel In the city bnlJJ Only one block from the principal shopplnf Autrlct and two blocks the principal theatres fromiiStreet cars pass tbe door to all of the city- Everything neat andiclean YY Y l i I r iffr 1 rM Mir FLOW RATES eT- o1LOUISVILLE ViaThe SouthernRy Accou- ntLouisville I I Spring r Races II On sale May 8 11 15 18 25 29 June 1 5 and 8 Good to leave Louisville returning two days after L date of sale a r S ur1rLLcr T iie t 11 l NAMESRi Are Involved In Latest Revelations1 1Regarding f Theft of Public Lands i iflI i PROMISES OF A SENSATION t i Lt of the Public Domain Under Pro- tectionf of Venal Federal Officers to- se Exposed by Indictments Against Prominent Personages Washington May 25 Revelations of a conspiracy to defraud the Unitedcc States of millions of dollars worth of mineral and timber lands will bo laid before the grand juries of half a dozen states within a few days The frauds will Involve In criminal charges the names of men high In bus iness and political circles They In elude ono United States senator ono former United States senator a man reputed to be one of the wealthiest men In the world a railroad man known from the Atlantic to the Pa cific two of the wealthiest lumber barons In the United States and nu merous smaller fry Including railroad officials coal operators and men at jtie head of fuel companies These men It Is declared here will surely bo Indicted by the evidence which Is now in the hands of United se States district attorneys In half a In dozen Western cities These frauds lit extend into a number of states includ ly ing California Colorado Washington e Oregon Idaho Montana Minnesota it and the Dakotas ig Much of the evidence was obtained by Detective Burns who is engaged in the municipal graft prosecution in San I Francisco and by Francis J Heney who Is prosecuting the same Ban Fran tr cisco grafters Upon the conclusion Ie of their work in San Francisco Attor s ney Heney and Detective Burns are 1 expected to return to the government N service for the prosecution of the tim i ber and mineral land thieves Some of the grafters in San Francisco are i also said to be Implicated in tho r frauds The frauds have been under inves tigation by secret agents of the in terior department for more than three years These secret agents have un earthed startling evidence showing that the public domain has literally been looted by corporations who have been protected and aided in the opera tions by United States senators and federal officials Most of the lands acquired by the socalled conspirators were timber tracts in the West of which hundreds of thousands of acres have been taken from the public domain f f In some Instances the servIces of dummy entrymen were utilized for the purpose In others the title was obtained through the use of lieuII IJ land scrip BROUGHT TO TIME San Francisco Grand Jury Indicts Six More Millionaires San Fran 1sco May 28Slx more millionaires have been Indicted for bri bery on fourteen counts each and the grand jury has returned fourteen addi tional Indictments against Mayor Schmitz and twentyeight more edict moats against Abe RuefIThree of the new indictments weroI against Frank G Drum Eugene DeI Sabla and John MarIn officials of theI gas company They are accused ofI bribing fourteen supervisors in the sum of 750 each to fix the gas rate for 1906 at 85 cents Instead of 75 cents The other three were O H Umbsen J E Green and W I Brobeck charged with trying to bribe fourteen supervi sors in the sum of 1000 each to grant a trolley franchise to the Park aide Transit company The grand Jury has adjourned until June 10 when it will take up the charges against the Home Telephone company Half the Jury In Hand San Francisco May 28ln the trial of Mayor Schmltz accused of extor Lion six jurors havo been secured I President Amadors Vacation New York May 28General DominI o Obaldt minister of Panama atIWashington arrivbd In this city today from the capital to prepare for hisI trip to Panama where he will assume the presidency in the absence of Pres ident Amador He will sail for Pan ama June 9 President Amador will leave the isthmus on Juno 27 for a tour months vacation Ho will come hero and then go to Europe Toddlers Unhappy Fate Solway Minn May 27Tho three yearold son of John Shepherd living east of here has been lost in the swamp near his home since Friday noon and no trace has boon found of I him Eighty men have been searching i constantly for tho boy It is feared I that the child has been killed by wild beastsItt They Went entyOnc Rounds Tonopah Nov May 31Atter a hard fight the seconds of Marvin Hart threw up the sponge in the twenty first round and Mike Shreok was declared the winner in a fight for the heavyweight championship of the world here last night Paris May 2I9The appeal of Count Bonl de Castellane against tho docl elom of the court Nov 14 last granting a divorce to his wife was again post poned today It probably will not be heard until December t THE PARIS OF AMERICA Atlantic Citys Ambitious Plan For Fifty Years Ahead Representative citizens hotel meu and city officers recently met at the Hotel Clmlfonte to consider an slab orate plan to transform Atlantic City into tho Paris of America says an At matte City dispatch to tho New York Evening Sun Upward of 50000000 will bo required to execute the plans which the resort hopes to accomplish gradually in fifty years A feature of the improvements is to be an artificial drainage canal ornamented like tho streets of Venice making a continuous waterway from Gardners basin In the Inlet section to tho thoroughfare In Chelsea This will pursue a course through a number of ornamental public pnrks In one of which will be placed a huge water tower of great architectural beauty Many wide driveways aro Included in the plan among them one running between Pacific avenue and the bench that win affect and greatly boom hotel values in Atlantic Citys most valuable property section This boulevard 135 feet wide will curve from the Inlet to Illinois avenue where It will rejoin Pacific avenue which is to be widened to Arkansas avenue as a continuation of tho boulevard Bert Barber of Elton WJs says I have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medi cine has ever done I am still taking the pills as I want perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and and Bladder Pills which are unequaled for Backache weak kidneys inflamma tion of the bladder and all urinary troubles A weeks treatment for 25c Sold by All Druggists LETTERS BY ELECTRICITY New System by Which Mall Is De livered In Flats Automatically- The latest improvement to be In stalled in tho big city apartment houses an automatic mall delivery system The apparatus is authorized by the postmaster general and is taken undo the custody of the government so that the careless handling of mall by hall boys elevator boys butlers or maids IIs eliminatedThe leaves the mall in the automatic carrier on the ground floor and by merely shutting the door the electrical current Is applied which op erates the apparatus The mall Is de livered by this means to locked boxes Inside the apartments The device consists of a straight up and down well about eighteen Inches square running the height of the house and containing an elevating and lowering apparatus which takes up and down a steel tray with metal boxesElectricity Is used to work the lift says the Architects and Builders Magazine and the operation of this carrier with its boxes filled with mall takes loss power than will run n small hot weather fan The postman has n key to the plato glass door Inclosing the carrier which when opened reveals three rows of small metal boxes one box for each apartment The postman drops the mall according to the address closes the door which locks It self and tHe carrier starts upward au tomatlcallyBy contrivance the boxes are dropped off from the carrier at the apartments where they belong and at tho same time overturned so that the mall falls out In tho locked recep tacle Inside tho apartment The auto matte carrier keeps on until It reaches the top gOln1up again picking up the comes downThe device Is Installed and now working In several of the new high class apartment houses recently com pleted and arrangements are being made for installation in some of the apartment houses which wore built before the apparatus was invented There is no case of indigestion no matter how irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedily relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor in cur ing the stomach of any disorder is rest and the only way to get rest is to actual ly digest the food for the stomach itself Kodol will do It It is a scientific pre paration of vegetable acids containing the very same juices found in a healthy stomach It conforms to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Sold by all druggists Japan Pushing Along London May 28Tho Timess To klo correspondent says the Japanese havo resolved to finally subjugate the whole region along the east coast of Formosa An expeditionary force of 8000 has since last autumn steadily pushed into the savage legion where- In spite of obstinate resistance good progress has been made Sentenced by Wholesale Guatemala City May 26The court martial which has been in session here for three days having on trial before it persons charged with compliclty in the attempt on the life of President Cabrera has sentenced to death nine teen of the prisoners Popular feeling is so high that the carrying out of the sentences is doubtful For scratches burns cuts insect bites and the many little hurts common t every family DeWitts Garbolized Witch Hazel Salve Is the best remedy It smoothing cooling clean and heal ing Be sure you get DeWitta Sold by All Druggists NEW ARMY MAP OF CUBA Government Now Prepared to Deal With Guerrilla Tactics Enriched by constant practice in every department of military expe rlence savo the supreme test of battle the army of Cuban pacification after a bloodless campaign of six months may fairly take rank as tho crack corps of the forces of the United States says a Havana dispatch to the Now York Times Without having been called upon to fire a shot it has to Its credit a list of achievements of which officers and men are both proud Among its moral triumphs have been the maintenance of a standard of die cipline and sanitation and the preservation of perfect self control while in contact with an unsympathetic popula tion Its greatest material achievement is a chart of the Island of Cuba which officers declare to be the most minutely perfect military map in existence With the completion of this great work tho possibility of successfully carrying on guprrllla tactics such as formerly en abled the Cubans to prolong Indefinitely their revolutions may be said to have vanished Should United States troops ever be called upon to take the field in Cuba they will begin the cam paign with the advantage of perfect familiarity with the topography of the whole Island Tho army of Cuban pacification which originally numbered 0500 men of all arms without Including marines has now dwindled by the natural process of discharges on expiration of enlistments to about 5300 men There are also under General Barrys com mand about 1000 marines Nearly 2000 troops arc quartered In Camp Co lumbia the garrison of Havana and the remainder are scattered over the island In thirty posts At Camp Columbia the men are en couraged to follow the custom of the country of taking a siesta Bathing quarters have been established at Ma rlanao beach and swimming has been made compulsory The sick list aver ages only 2 per cent and the hospitals are absolutely empty- STAMPEDE FOR CANADA I Amazing Migration of Educatedand Trained American Farmers- It Is said that more than 100QOO Americans will settle In Canada this year and thnt next year the northward exodus from Iowa Nebraska Kansas Illinois Michigan Minnesota the Da kotas Ohio and even states as far cast as Massachusetts may reach the Impressive proportions of 200000 per sons Do you realize the tremendous meaning of this movement It can almost be expressed In dollars says James Creelman in Pearsons Maga zineThese are not Ignorant and penniless louts stumbling confusedly into strange conditions They are for the most part men with bank accounts who ride In parlor cars educated trained American farmers the kind of men who won the west from savagery and made the rose blossom on the pralrlo small capitalists and proprietors who understand how to live und thrive in tho mighty wheat plains of western Canada The Canadian government privately caused an analysis of last years Amer lean invasion to be made and the re suIt was astonishing By counting up tho declared value of money and ef fects carried Into Canada by American settlers In 1000 from four states Michigan Montana Illinois and Mils sachusettsIt was found that the av erage wealth brought across the border from these states was S09 for each settler This average for the four states amounted to a total of 0370 420As the number of Americans who crossed the frontier during the year was 01282 tho whole value of the possessions they took with them was ap proximately 40580138 Not only did last years American settlers In Canada transfer 40580138 In money and other movable property Into Canadian territory but the eco nomic value of an Immigrant being not less than 1000 It Is plain to be seen that tho United States lost and Canada gained at least 100000000 In last years amazing migration London Clubmen as Guides The old fashioned type of cicerone or professional guide whose parrotllke descriptions of people and placqs have provoked somuch dissatisfaction among tourists of all countries from time Im memorial fs likely to give place any how so far as London Is concerned to a widely different type Captain An sell of tho American guide bureau has promoted a scheme to meet tho needs primarily of American visitors by means of which they will obtain a real idea of English life says a London cable dispatch to tho New York Sun All the guides will bo gentlemen hold en of army commissions or university degrees who will take the visitor to their clubs allow him to use their au tomobiles and generally take him everywhere Golf Challenge For Rockefeller Tho Edgebrook Golf club composed of Cleveland bankers who have sum mer homes at Chagrin Falls recently issued a challenge through its president S Crafts for a match game of golf with Jphn D Rockefeller and his physician Dr n F Biggar Sr says n Cleveland dispatch to tho New York Sun L B Walters of the Union National bank said the other night The whole thing started as a joke thatoRockefeller foozles the ball oftener than be hits it and that Dr BIggar in driving fussed over his tee and often echlaffed and got sand in his eyes Tho discussion finally led to the chal lenge TWO GIRLS MURDERED Terrible Discovery Made by Father Searching for Missing Daughters Springfield 111 May 31Carrle T Lederbrand seven years old and her sister Cora seventeen years of age daughters of Joseph Ledorbrand a farmer were murdered and thrown Into Sugar creek The girls left their home early in the afternoon Their father became alarmed at their absence from supper and went to search for them with neighbors They found the dead bodies in Sugar creek near home Dr Duncan of Pawnee found on examination that each girl had a bullet hole In the right temple it Is supposed the murderer threw their bodies Into the creek thinking they would not be discovered for several days as the creek Is greatly swollen by recent rains The Magic No J Number three is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar GroveMe according to a letter whichreads After suffering much wltb liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to find re lief I tried Elsctric Bitters and as a esult I am a well man today The fl st mule relieved and three bottles commie d the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Severs Drug Company sOc Thomas W Harvey Guilty Ptttabtirg May 31 Thomas W Har vey torn erly teller of the Enterprise National bank of Allegheny Pa was found guilty on thirtythree counts for making false entries and not guilty on three counts charging misappropri ation of the funds of the bank George L Ralston formerly individual book keeper of the bank is now on trial on charges of making false entries and abstracting funds of he bank This little pig went to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well whats the matter her dear little cheeks are so white Poor little tummy is aching naughty old pain go away Cascasweets mother must give her then shell be bright as the day It is sold here bv all druggists A Wail From a Duke Visitors to the Duke of the Abruzzls flagship at the Jamestown exposition collected everything not tied down for souve nlrsNews Item I Ilka da Tounlto Stata Da people dey always so friend Dey come qultn lot on boards my yacht A pleasanta veeslt to spend But when dey have gone I look rounda An my heart he go down with a thud An I say to da crew Tell me where Is da screw And where oh where Is da rud7 Da people I flnda so winning Day have da graalo charm But why should one slide down da star boarda side With my binnacle under his arm An why should da beautiful lady Who wear such a stylish array Dat she move my heart when at last she depart Taka botha my anchor away I seokn to bldda da welcome To da Rayn American throng But da keelson dey rip from da floor of my ship An dey take da port engine along Da compass da windlass where are dey7Where are da sail hoisting gear All gone like da rest of my prop with my guest For to make da little souvneert I lova da Younlto Stata- I bow to da freedoms brave Ian My hearts ees stirred by da bold eagle bird An I lova da star spangled ban I hopa I glva da country No reason to take offense But on my next trip I shall hava my ship Surround with da barb wire fence James J Montague In New York Amer ican 5000 Reward will be paid to any person who can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cocaine ether or chloroform or their derivatives in any of Dr Miles Remedies This reward is offered be cause certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies It is understood that this reward applies only to goods purch ased in the open market which have not been tampered with Dr Miles remedies cure by their strengthening and invig orating effect upon the nervous system and not by weakening the nerves 1 consider that there are no better remedies put up than Dr Miles Nervine AntiPain Pills and Nerve and Liver Pills We have used them for years and recommend them to many others My wife Is using the Nervine and considers It the best medicine In tho world A lady friend of mine who was almost a total nerv ous wreck through my earnest solici tatlon has used several bottles of the Nervine with wonderful results WM CROME Salt Lake City Utah Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your will guarantee that the drUgglltkwhO will benefit If It falls he will money 25 dotes z5 centsNever sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 000000000000000000000000 Scortj Emulsion strengthens enfeebled g nursing mothers by increasing their fleshand e nerve force It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for hea thy growth ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0000000000000000000000 THE STRUGGLE RENEWED Lawyers Tackle Job of Jury Getting With Fresh Energy Boise Idaho May 31After a three days adjournment the trial of William D Haywood secretary and treasurer of the Western Federation of Miners charged with the murder of former Governor Steunenberg was reaamed before Judge Fremont Wood In the district court this morning At the opening of court a special venire of sixtyone talesmon the third summon ed since jury building began present ed Itself and after excuses directly to the court were heard the examina tion of talesmen by counsel began The replacement of the seventeenth Juror peremptorily challenged was In progress when court adjourned on Monday last and It was resumed when the trial reopened There are still three challenges unused and It is expected that a fourth vacancy will be created by the excusing of Juror Tout ellotte who Insists that he is opposed to capital punishment lie Fired the Stick I have fired the walklngstich Ive carried bver 40 years an account of a sore that resisted every kind of treat ment until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has heeled the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guar anteed for Piles Burns etc by Severs Drug Co 25c Guatemalan Activity City of Mexico May 30A message from the border town of Tuxtlla Gul torez says that Guatemalan troops are throwing up Intrenchments and mountain artillery opposite the town of Ocos This Information cannot at this time be officially confirmed the government knowing nothing of the I Incident 4 COW REUNITED THEM Divorced Forty Years Ago Aged In dlana Couple Marry Again Fairfield Ill May 31It develops that John H Witsman aged sixty seven and Mrs Nancy J Divine aged sixtyfive both of Ireland Ind who were married here Sunday were mats rled half a century ago had been di vorced ten years later had each mar sled another had been freed again by deaths and had finally revived they original love for each other For several years they longed for each others company again but net thor had the courage to take the Initiative Finally one of Mrs Divines cows strayed and Witsman drove it home This was so good of you John she said John caught at his chance and soon he had rewon her Babe at Play Hanged Owensboro Ky May 31Lloyd Thompson aged two and a half years was hanged at his home In West Lou Isvllle The little fellow had been playing all morning and when he fail ed to appear for dinner his mother atarted In search of him She found him in a fence corner with a string around his neck and with his knees off the ground Tho child had been endeavoring to swing on the string and it became twisted around his neck Received by the Pope Rome May 81The pope today re ceived In nlvat amipn p the Rt Rev Omt nt MHPI DD bishop ot Covin ten y- CASTOR IIAF- or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signaturo of OOONOOOWOOOONOOOON0000 + The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust 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The New Perfection will make your work lighter Will not over heat the kitchen Made in three sizes with one two and three burners Every stove war ranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency The ROLamp gives a clear steady light Fitted with latest improved burner Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled Everylampwarranted Suitable forlibrary diningroom parlor or bedroom If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated MATTINGLY Needle Inficts Painful Injury High Water Ruins Tobacco CropItems In General MATTINULY KY Mrs Nancy Pate of Pisgah is sick Mrs Alvin Pate of Mike has malaria MY feverMiss Emma Pate of Mike is sick Mrs W B Taul is at the TarSprings- for her health Mrs Aleck Robbins of Webster is visiting her mother Mrs Nancy Pate Mrs Vane Pate who has been sick for some time is still confined to her roomMiss Malissa Mattingly has returned to school at Hardinsburg Ben Mattingly of Cloverport visited his parents Mr and Mrs R C Mat tingly last week fcy We have had a fine season for setting tobaccoMany are complaining of a scarcity of tobacco plants Mrs Chester Heavin while washing clothes recently had the misfortune to run a large needle in her hand and breaking It Part of the needle is still in her hand and cn not be extricated Decoration day was observed at Tar Fork burying ground May 26 Mr George Walls living on Beech Fork had the misfortune to have about two acres of his tobacco washed out by the creek getting so high during the if hard rain last Friday night TAR FORK TARFORK KY Mr and Mrs Will Mason of Pisgah attended the meeting at Cave Spring Saturday and Sunday and were guests of her father Rev C L Goff and also Mrs T H Chancellor Mrs Felix Dunn and baby are very ill of the measles Miss Beulah Rice is recovering from the measles Mrs Joe Campbell of Tar Creek is with her daughter Mrs Felix Dunn Rev Geo Jones of Pellville fille his appointment at Cave Springs an was accompanied by his wife and daugh ter who were guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Perkins- P C Tabeling returned from lIar dinsburg after undergoing an operation by Drs Kincheloe and is confined to hi bed from weakness Mrs Geo Newman and children of Pisgah have been here visiting the fam ilies of 0 W Rice T 0 Ryan and others She goes to Evansville shortly to join her husband who has a position thereSeveral have moved their membership from Pisgah church to Cave Spring As usual Decoration day was observed at Tar Fork Christian church Sunday before the 30th a precedent extant since the erection of the church and the beginning of that little city of the dead Mr and Mrs W W McCarty of Owensboro are expected to visit their daughter Mrs Thos H Bates in this month 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreadful disease that sconce has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires u constitutional treatment Hulls Caturrh cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mu ous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the dls ease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nutuo In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative poweis that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address V J Cheney S Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists T5c Puke Halls family Pills for constipation Fooling Her Husband Vlint il1I you pay for that bat naked the first woman Only 85 edits answered the other woman Your husband was delighted wasnt lie Oh no You dont think I would be so foolish as to tell him that I pot i but so cheap ns that lIe would be wanting mo to wear bargain counter littts all the time NN 0NNN tM NN t0 NNNN LOW RATESFR- OM LOUISVILLE VIA I Southern Railway In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and Butte m 3550 Spokane1 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 7mm t i73800 San Francisco Los Angeles and other CALIFORNIA points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwestff jfr Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekere tt ickets will also be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information call on your mm ocalag entor B S YENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky C H HUN ERFORD Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky JC BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo f a 1 GENERAL ROUND UP OF IRVINGTON NEWS A Complete Chronicle of Every thing on The Go In Newsy Form IRVINTON KY Mr and Mrs Forrest Van Meter oft Louisville are spending several days here the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank ClaycombMr McMullen and children1 are expected today to visit his wife who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Mary E Munford for the past few weeks They will leave next week for Oklahoma where they expect to make their future home Miss Clarle Jolly has returned from Belwood College which she attendedI college during the winter Mr James Hugh Conley and littleI son of Cedartown Georgia is visiting her mother Mrs Nannie Henderson for an indefinite time Mr and Mrs Louis Hart Jolly have returned from Louisville where they went to attend the commencement ex ercises of the Louisville Training School of which Edwin Jolly was a graduateMr Mrs A B Coleman have returned from Brandenburg whore they spent Several days at the District Con ference and also visiting relatives MrsArch Goodman and children after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Mat Payne loft for Fordsville Sunday Kydwas visiting Marshal last week for a few days Mr Earl Hook of West Point is the guest of Mr and Mrs Green Bandy Mr and Mrs Bate Washington gave an informal dinner party to a numbers of young people last Monday in honor of their visitors Mr and Mrs La Rue BarkleyandsisterMiss Murray Barkley The party included Misses Ellen Munford Ruth Miller Willa Drury Nellie Smith Nannie McGhee and visitor Miss Minnie Lee McGhee Eva and Mable McGlothlan Mrs L H Jolly Mrs J R Wimp and Mrs TN McGlothlam Several from here were in Brandenburg last week to attend the conference at the M E Church South Mrs D L Chamberlain spent Thursday in Louisville shopping Mrs Bailey Waller and son Hcrndon arrived Saturday from Hop insvil1e Ky for a visit to Mr and Mrs John I R WimpThe I Arthur N Couch of Fords yule will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church on the following Saturday and SundayThe energetic ladies of the Presby terian church have had a spring clean ing They put down a new carpet which adds greatly to the comfort andl beauty of the church and we under stand that the contract has been given to have the church painted on the out sideMrs F H McGehee left Sunday for Hardinsburg to be the guest of her sis ter Mrs Crete Hensley Jeff Whitworth pf Harned who was injured by the excursion train sev eral days ago is still at the Lyons Hotel and is on the rapid road to re covery The Dr thinks it wont belong before he can be taken to his homo Mrs J B Biggs returned from Stephonsport Sunday where she was called to see her soninlaw Mr Kirby Blaine who is ill with pneumonia Mrs T R Blythe and children will leave some time this week for Clover port and Hardinsburg to visit relatives and friends Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Eree If your blood is impure thin dis eased or full of humors if you have blood poisou cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or anyI bl od or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches uu i pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle 3 bottles for 250 or 6 bottles fcr 15 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan ta Ga B B B is especially advised tor chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails Jamestown Exposition Rates Specin Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday 000 Spring races Louisville May 6 June 8 fQ round trip from Cloverport May 11I825 June i Good to return three days from date of sale Republican State Convention National Association Rates 300 to Louisville and return from Cloverport June 24 25 and 26 Return united to June 29 I WYMANS BODYRECOVERED Found Floating In River at Tin dells Landingjn Hancoc County The body of George W Wyman an account of whose mysterious disap pearance from Carters Landing two miles above Cloverport together with the supposition that he had drowned was given in The News of last week was found floating on the water at Tindells Landing four miles below this city in Hancock county Notwithstanding that the body was recovered on Monday it was not known until Wednesday that it was the body of Wyman Immediately upon the finding of the floater at Tindells Land ing the authorities of Hancock county were notified a Coroners inquest was held and the body was buried on the banks of the river opposite where it was found As soon as the officers here were no tified of the finding of the body the brother of Wyman who lives in New Albany was communicated with and went to Hawesville The identification of the dead man as being his brother was ascertained through finding the name of the latter on a key taken from the clothing of the dead man A per mit was obtained from the county authorities to disinter HancockIII and it was brought here on Thursday and prepared for shipment to Louisville by Undertaker C W Hamman Wyman and C F Rhoerig both of Louisville had been at Carters Land ing several days collecting mussel shells Rhoerig was absent in Louisville on business for several days and upon his return to the camp found Wy man missing and his boat capsized and washed ashore a mile below camp Marshal O DeHaven was notified and WIth Mr Henry Solbrig went to the scene pf the supposed drowning and I dragged the river Wyman had been seen experimenting with a boat he had just built and the supposition is that the craft had cap sized and he was unable to swim ashore The dead man belonged to the order of Knights of Pythias Members of the local fraternity assisted his relatives in every way possible in the recovery of the body and its preparation for ship ment I will mall you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merry symptoms of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptoms only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nervesmean Stomach weak ness always And the Heart and Kidneys as wellhave their controllings or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Re Etorattve has made its fame No other remedy ever claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write me today for sample and free Book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The Restorative is sold by SeversDrug Co Sound will travel four times as rap- Idly through water as through air and seventeen times more rapidly through Iron Jbun through air Tho word Buddha means enlightened The original Buddha was Slddur tha Gautama and he lived In the fifth century B C- Deep English Collieries Colliers employed in certain pits In the Manchester district are now work Ing half a mile below ground There are collieries In Ashton Bradford Manchester and Pendleton which are more than halt a mile in depth and others are about to be sunk In other parts of southern Lancashire which will be 000 yards down The men working at these great depths have to take huge quantities of liquid with them owing to the great heat which prevails many of them taking two quarts of cold tea In big tin cans The Pendleton pit of Messrs A Knowles Is more than 1100 yards In depth Westminster Gazette TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2920 Olive street SL Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials Systemic Catarrh of Summer J I A War Veterans General F Hawley 130325th street N1Y Washington DC writes i1I j have used Peruna and find It very beneficial for kidney trouble and especially good for coughs colds and catarrhal trouble gin Spring and Summer Catarrh There Is a form of catarrh especially prevalent In spring and summer called by Dr Hartman systemic catarrh This form of catarrh especially de ranges the stomach bowels and other organs of the abdomen The whole mucous tract lining the stomach liver bowels and kidneys is in an Inflamed condition and these organs fail to per form their proper function Systemic catarrh may be or may not bo accompanied by catarrh In other parts of the body In some cases there is a hacking cough It may be also as sedated with catarrh in the head But In typical cases of systemic ca tarrh all the organs of the abdomen are In a weakened and sluggish condition and Biliousness IDyspcpsla is called dyspepsia at other times biliousness or the patient may bo suspected of having kidney dis ease or appendicitis Systemic catarrh presents symptoms which resemble closely a groat many different diseases A Night With the Hounds Enroute Juno 3 1907 One week ago Tuesday I dropped into Porvidence Ky lWebster county After I was through with business my friend Barber Givens proposed a fox hunt that nignt if I would stay over I replied that I will go with you if you will let me ride that Tennessee fine saddle horse He is the best one that ever any one put a leg over he is a sure good one I got the saddle horse and about 7 p m we put out for the hills with nine of his dogs We had not been on the favorite grounds long until one of the dogs gave mouth on a very cold track It proved a cold one as the dogs had to give it up after about one hours good hard work Well we bought that we were up against it there to raise one but going back over the way we had come a fox had come in and they struck his track at a pretty fair trail and with about thirty minutes or less time they put him to a run right The dogs made the strike upon a high dividing ridge and there we planted our selves for the sport It was 1030 p m when they put him to rnnning and up until 3 a m it was as fine a chase as one could wish Where we were stationed the fox and dogs would pass near us about every thirty minutes and were never out of hearing more than twenty minutes at one time It was of course a red one run ning that length of time and he must have been a good one from the merry I chase he led the dogs It looked sometimes as though the dogs would close in on him but he man aged to give them the slip into the jun gles and get a fresh lead It was great music in the lone hour of the night with not a rustling of a leaf or a chirp from anything beyond the oc casional barking of a cur at some farm house There are music and pleasure in most all things to those that belong to Gods laws God made the fox and gave the hound the vitality and nose to run his trail I think the fox really loves to be chased by hounds and God knows IlIon tobe about when it is going on Mr Givens is a royal gentlemen and as game a one for an all nights chase as a fellow ever struck He has a fine pack of trained dogs with a few of the Trigg family in the bunch John T Ditto Kodol 1 1i I Affects 1 j Many J- I J Organs of the BodyH t t There is no better remedy in 1 the world titan Pernna for sys rj temic catarrh- S II J B Hartman M D 1 Experience A Peruna has for a long time been re garded as the remedy par excellence for conditions of this kind Tho accompanying testimonials aretsufficient to Indicate tho promptness with which Pernna relieves these symptoms and the satisfaction which people express concerning tho use of ti Peruna 11 Catarrh of Stomach Mr W R Callahan proprietor of Big Hill Farm and a prominent fruit grower and stock raiser Glenvar Va Writes I write to express my kIndness toward you and your good medicine PerunaI a very bad spell of sickness and could not oat anything at all My head stomach in fact my whole body ached and It looked as though nothing would do mo any good- I had almost given up I decided to beforeItry a bottle of your Peruna and I had taken half the bottle my appetite came to me and my head became all right Improved Barber Chair That necessity Is tho mother of in Mention was aptly Illustrated at a home on East Mound street several mornings ago when the father wlBh ing to cut his boys hair wanted some sort of a chair but not finding one to his liking among tho household furni ture placed the lad on a window nlll with his feet dangling over the pave ment and then pulled the window frame down to the boys lap thus hold lag him secure not only from falling out the window but also from making any vigorous protest with his hands against the parents lack of tonsorial ability Columbus Dispatch i A Joke on the Kaiser A couple of years ago a German pa per presumably for a joke published n paragraph to the effect that the favorite flower of the kaiser was a red saruatlon The paragraph was copied In almost every paper In the country and when a few days later the emper or visited AlxlaChapcllc all those deputed to receive him wore red carna tions In their buttonholes The kaiser frowned angrily but no one knew why until next day when some one a little wiser than the rest informed them that the flower was the emblem of his pet abomination the Social Democrats Scrap Book Poor Lo Still In the Ring The several groups of Dakotas or Sioux declares Indian Commissioner Leupp In the Youths Companion number In round terms 80000 and the ChIp poways 20000 They are settled in what used to be known as the northwest that Is the region tributary to the great lakes and the upper MISSISSIPPIiJ In the sotuthwe8t tho nameInearly twice as large as the state of Massachusetts or aboift onethird the size of New Yo- rkMeal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in t late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATRellms Indigestion Sour Stencfa Btlehlnr ef Ou Me rxifAKCD ONLY AT TUB liABOUTOkY O- rE C XfcWJTT fc COMPANY CHICAGO ILLFor Sale by a11 Dr UletFJ