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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i lr f N iIot Ir THE BRICKENRIDGE NEMS J JALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT t VOL Xxxi CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1907 8 Pazes NO48 MEETING WAS 1 x POSTPONED r i i Local Organization of A S of E Will Be Formed at Oelzes flail Thursday Night I ee The meeting called for last Thursday iv night to effect a local organization of the A S of E was postponed until Thursday night of this week Every citizen of Cloverport interested in this movement in behalf of the farmers iis Disked to be present and take an active part in perfecting an organization iinl this city I I The county union is desirous of organizing a branch of the society inl Cloverport and those interested in the work request that the initial meeting be largely attended Visitor Entertained J I t- If t Miss Funk of New Albany was the Ifif guest of honor Friday evening at a delightful reception given atthe home of Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad whom t pasweeke evening included the members of the younger set and the out of town guestst i Miss Carrie Hambleton and Miss Eva f Herndon Miss Funk will be at t- hthome e of Mrs Shelby Conrad untill Thursday i PAY TRIBUTE TO THE DEAD I k Local Lodge K of Ps- tt Observe Decoration Day Last Last Sunday p The members of the Breckenridg- Camp Knights of Pythias of this city observed Decoration Day on last Sunday with appropriateand elaborate ceremonies At 230 oclock in the afternoo- Nservices were conducted at the Baptis- church l lr Rev B M Curie pastor ofr he Methodist church delivered an ad Iress following song and prayer ser fyice The lodge formed into a body at the church and marched to the cemetery where a beautiful program was rendered ending with the decor ation of the graves of the deceasedl members BA poem was read at the cemetery by Sir John Burn followed by several songs rendered by the quartet of the fithodist church crowd was present at the cemetery to witness the ceremonies irand every detail of the program was WK carried out with such thoroughness as to elicit much favorable comment I Lick has gone drynot th IInchbut the town t 1 r CUSTERCUSTER t KYt IJYr D B Beeler returned to Loin vflle Sunday A B Suter went to Irvington Sun pi to meet His brother Jesse who wili vin in Custer for an indefinite KY Mrs Clif Pile and son Johnreturned l to Vine Grove Friday tf john Cook had a good cow to die dnJtersday night The cow was well at Sefking time It is thought its death resulted from spasmodic colic lrvine Mercer and sister Annie ofr e etta came on a shopping trip to SaturdayII of Rosetta was inii- Custer Saturday f Sunday was our regular prel chi iiy but owing to the inclemency of the ather only a very few were out from 4 uster though Bro McConnell cam H1Big Spring Mrs Ella Trent has been a guest of Iiilister Mrs Frank Bruner since ldAyMrs Trent returned to her Jje near Big Spring Thursday Miss Rue Meador of Buras spent a etc as the guest of Mrs Lena Alex ifllSSer She returned to her home yi iv i day afternoon in company wit tMeadorLt of Big Spring iis 1vacatipni and wjll visit several P1aces ofinteregtefora return ramonktlteattb JAntestawtI tioo While absent he will be- atedbyre Dr Raymond MeAdor 1of Custer Dr Meador is to be in Big Spring twenty days H H Rodman carrying a special line of winter wraps and representing Robinson Norton Co was at Alf Taylors Wednesday Butler R Butler shipped a car load of fine sheep Monday Kim Miller of Hardin countyvisited the family of Doc Springate and on re turning home was accompanied by his niece Miss Nellie Springate- It was stormy times at the church meeting on Monday afternoon Our citizens do not see the reason why they are to sell their parsonage It will take another meeting to amicably settle things Sam Carter wife and twin babies of Constantine spent Tuesday with Mrs Jim Mitchan Jesse Suter of Gratz is visiting in Custer UNDERGOESOPERATION i Benton Eubanks Suffering From Appendicitis Submits To Surgeons Knife Mr Benton Eubanks is at the Norton Infirmary Louisville suffering from the effects of an operation which he underwent on Sunday afternoon for ap pendicitisThe report from his bedside Tuesday at noon was not as encouraging as was hoped by his friends though it is thought that he will withstand the shock incident to the operation Mr Eubanks wife who was formerly Miss Maude Polk of this city and her mother are with him As sOQn as his condition will permit the sick man will be brought to Cloverport where he will reside permanently having been trans ferred to this city from Frankfort by the Prudential Life Insurance Co to succeed Mr C S Lambwhoiaataken atePaducah BRECKENRIDGE WILSONt County Will Instruct For slim at Convention Saturday Hardtnsburg KyJune 10Special- In view of the fact that the RepubH can Convention will beheld in Hardins burg next Saturday afternoon to send delegates to the State Convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various State offices quite a number of prominent Republicans from various parts of the county have been interviewed as to their opinions on the Gubernatorial race and they hre almost without exception of the opinion shouldebe nominated and that Breckenridge county will and should instruct its dele gates for him Our old friend Dr Ben L Bruner fc candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District is also a candi date for Secretary of State and being the only candidate for any position from thut district it goes without say- Ing that he will be very favorably con sidered by the Republicans of this county lBODY MANGLED Little Willie Hagan of Hancock CountyKiled By Texas Train Owensboro Messenger While running in front of the L Hand St L accomodation train near morng lug little Wilde Hagau seven years of age wasruck by the engine and his notekilled instantly and was picked up and put on the train and brought to Owens boro He was removed to the city hospital but never regained consciousness his death resulting at 1 oclock in the afternoon His ribs were crushed and his body otherwise badly mangled The boy was the son of Jim Hagan counh ty The boy was taken to Lewisport last night on the same train which caused his death It J3sjaidI T thptiyjBuqg cobblers are ip gre maain tlie ust lust tprs enll but young gobblers will have the caU next fall i PERMANENTORGANIZATION P Effected By Law and Order League Another Meeting Thursday Night At the meeting of the Law and Order League at the Baptist church on last Thursday night a permanent organi zation was effected The following officers were elected H L Stader president A H Murray vice president and Lenoard Oelze secretary and treasurerThe in attendance at the meeting and who were enrolled as charter members was encouraging but it is desired that every citizen who has at heart the welfare of the city should become a member of this organization- and I to that end another meeting has been called for Thursday evening at Oelzes Hall at 8 oclock when it is hoped that a large membership will be enrolledIt that every one who has expressed a desire to become a member will be present at this meeting FARMERS FAILED TO TAKE HOLD- Of i Proposition to Acquire Property of Irvington Milling Co At a meeting of the farmers of theI vicinity of Irvington on lest Saturday looking to the forming of a stock comii pany to take over the property of the Irvington Milling Co no action was taken in tbe matter- It was proposed the farmers cake the mill at a price of 15000 and run the enterprise themselves but sufficient interest to consummate the deal was not manifested CHENAULT I CHENAULT KY C L Warren returned from Louis ville last week Wm Gardnerof Irvington was here a few days last week on business Miss Veronica Maning who has been attending school at St SoseDJOwens boro returnud home last Sunday On account ofso much rain farmers are getting behind with their crops Abe Bennett was in Stephensport last Tuesday on business Quite a crowd from here attended the show at Derby last Monday Dr DS Sphire and family Miss Lollie Elder of Molleyville Wm Gardner of Irvington and Mrs G B Cunningham dined at Mrs H Stall manns last Friday in honor of Miss Margarets birthday Miss Verna Bennett went to Hawes ville Sunday for a few days stay CONDITION OF CROPS Wheat Not Good Oats Stand Had Scarcity of To bacco Plants The condition of the growing crops in the county is reported to be below r iin averageWheat headed out and farmers say it is very thin The oats crop is unusually bad and in some instances farmers are plowing the stand up and planting the ground in corn A scarcity of tobacco plants is still causing the farmers trouble and in home sections it is impossible to secure a sufficient number to plant the ground prepared Goes to Paducah Mr C S Lamb who has been the local agent of the Prudential Life Insurance I Co for five years has been promoted by that company as assistant superintendent with headquarters at Paducah The promotion comes as a deserved recogntion of his valuable services in behalf of the company Mr Lamb will be succeeded here by Mr Benton Eubanks who has been employed by the company at Frankfort t OLEN E NEi i 0 GLENDEANE KY D C Morrnmn is gone to the James Q d town Exposition and then he is going to Washington D C E L Robertson went to Hardins burg Monday on business Ed Billion and Preston Ford of Hardinsburg were the guests of E L Robertson last week P B Iloskins and J C Bolton went to Louisville this week on business Miss Lillie Whitely was visiting over at Falls of Rough this last week Mr and Mrs Billie Robertson of Grayson were visiting their daughter Mrs Ed Glasscock last week Ace Noblet of McDaniels was down on business this week Sonford Pool lost his tine mare this week with the lock jaw He had been offered 5200 for her several times Frank Philips and Miss Lee Early married June 7 C WDean is having his fine mineral spring fixed up IN THE INTEREST OF A GOOD CAUSE Kentucky Childrens tome Society Will Have Representative lIereSundayi i W II Collins of Louisville district I representative of the Kentucky Chil drens Home Society will be in Clover port the latter part of this week in the interest of the Home and will remain over here Sunday in order that he may i get before the Sundayschools andI churches of this city the good work being done for the destitute children throughout the State Mr Collins asks that any one know ing of a destitute child in this county report the matter to him during his visit here or notify Mr Geo L Sehon the superintendent in Louisville He also requests that any one knowing of a home without children where a child would be welcomed make the matter known in the same way ThaKeHUiaky Childrens lIume society is doing a good work for destitute children in this State finding homes whore they will be properly treated and given educational and other advan tages and the work should be given encouragement ACTION IS DEFERRED In Matter of Rehandling 1907 Crop of TobaccoA S of E Seeks Other Prop osition In this issue of the News is published a contract submitted by Beard R Hens ley to the American Society of Equity at the last regular meeting of that body for the oohng of the 1 907 crap of to baccoAction on the proposed contract was deferred until the July meeting in order to give any others a chance to submit propositions A committee composed of tart Matthew Shrewjberry Wm Hendrick and Silas Miller was appointed to receive any propositions that might be made and present them at the July meeting for final actio- nManheimerCerf The Wedding of Miss EVA Cerf and Mr L Manheimer will take place Saturday evening June 15 at the home of the brides father Mr M Cerf of Louisville who is well known here DUKES DUKES KY L Newbury had a fine horse hurt while plowing Monday Mrs Vina Jarboe and little daughter Altha and Miss Tula Lamb of Pates ville spent several days last week with Mrs Jarboes mother MrsAme Corlcy B H Basham and Homer Tindle were home from Hardinsburg Saturday and Sunday to attend the ice cream supper Will Clark and Henry Basham of Maceo were visitors at J H Bashams from Friday until Monday Mr and Mrs Finis Basham left Sun day for Arkansas where they will re side Miss Carrie Bivens spent several days last week with her brother Chas Bivens walkindelef l gg to make a picturesque strike when it i necessary to call one LITTLE FOLKS HAVE BIG DAY WellArranged Program Credita bly Rendered By Them at Baptist Church Sunday Evening Sunday evening at 8 oclock the Childrens Day exercises of the Baptist Sunday School took place at the church and the auditorium could not hold the people A delightful program which had been arranged by the Sunday Schoolworkers was creditably carried out by the scholars The opening ad drosses were made by Mr Chas Light foot and Mr Leonard Oelze followed by recitations songs and drills The flower drill in which a number of little girls were dressed in crepe paper to represent flowers was greatly admired The older girls gave a beautiful hoop drill Near the close of the program a class of splendid boys took part in a sailor exercise During this a floral ship made by Mr Ed Gregory was used by the sailors A duet was ren dered by Misses Carrie and Claudie Pate The other music was under the direction of Miss Ree Willis organist of the church The only thing that mar red the evenings program was the absence of their beloved pastor Rev James T Lewis who was not able to be present The Baptist church hasI the largest average of regular attend ance at Sunday School of any church in this city and is still growing 1 Buys Residence- Mr T C Tousy has purchased of F L Lloyd of Owensboro through Dr R L Newsom a house and lot on Second street between Poplar and Center streets and will take possession the first of July The consideratio was 1500 cash IRVINGTONINTELLIGENCE Newsy totes In Nickel Pac kages Visitors In And Out Of Town- IRVINGTON KY Mr and Mrs Clarence Penick alid children of Louisville spent Saturday hero visiting Mr and MrsA S Bandy Mrs R B McGlothan will leave sometime this week for Bowling Green to attend the Normal through the SummerMr Mrs Arthur Smith and brother John Fisher of Glendeane spent Sunday the guests of Mrs Nannie Bandy Mrs G L Bandy is expected home this week from Horse Branch and Fordsville where she has been the guest of relatives and friends Misses Zula and Edith Brown and Hiram Moorman of Weber have re turned home after being the guests of Mrs Dud Moorman Mrs Eliza Jolly is visiting in Hardins burg and attending the county conven tion while there Mrs James Bolin and daughter Reba left Thursday for an indefinite visit to her sister Mrs Kirk Mr and Mrs Charlie McMullen and children expect to leave this week for their home in Blackwell Oklahoma after spending several days here with Mrs McMullans mother Mrs Mary E MunfordMrs Owsley of White Mills who has been the guest of her sister Mrs G T Marshall has returned home Mr rInd Mrs Davis Ashcraft and children were at West Point Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Cowley Miss Betty Adkisson of Owensboro is visiting Mrs Newsom Gardner for several weeks Mrs B F Wilson left Monday for Louisville to attend the W F M S and to represent the society from here Mr and Mrs Forrest Van Meter of Louisville are visitors of her parents Mr and Mrs J T Claycomb There was quite a good move in re ligious circles when a training course for Sunday school teachers was organiz ed Mrs R B McGlothlan was ap pointed leader with Mrs WJ Piggott as assistant The regular time for meetings is after the prayer meetings Jessie Whitwdrth who was injured fromaftillfroln an eRCraston train has fecovereaXunTcienlly tobe taken to his HarnedsRev A N Couch of Fordsville f preached three splendid sermons Sat urday and Sunday On account of MrsRB McGlothlans Absence from town for awhile Miss Lyda McGehee will take charge of the Sunbeam Band at Baptist church Mrs Tidelia Galloway is home from a few days visit to her son Mr John GallowayShireman liros of Maukport lad are here to paint the houses of J R Wimp Emily Munford Dr Parks and others Mrs C C Smith and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Big Springs the guests of his parents Mrs Lee Bishoif and son Tommie of Hardlncbfarg were the guests of Mrs Sue Jolly i Dr L B 1Clovorport1 SUNDAY SCHOOLS 1 OF THE COUNTY In Annual Convention At flardinsburg Monday And Tuesday SundaySchoolsHardinsburg Monday evening Sessions were hold during the day Tues day the convention adjourning yester day at 4 oclock An extensive program was prepared for the meeting and was ably carmed out The Sunday Schools in the county were well represented and withal the meeting was quite a success SundaySchoolsf Simons was sent as a delegate from the Presbyterian Messrs John Burn V G Habbage and Stuart Babbage represented the Methodist Sunday School the Baptist Sunday school was repre sented by Mr Leonard Oolse Rev B M Currie pastor of the Methodist church was also in attendan- ceHARLINSBURG H PPENINGS General Roundup of Local and Personal News- IIARDINSBURG KY T J Moore spent Sunday at Palls of Rough the guest of friends H Dell Moorman returned home Saturday from a business trip to Louis ville Lon Jarboe of Kirk was in town Monday on a business trip B F Beard and Miss Mary Franklin Beard returned home last week from a visit to Mr and Mrs A S Edelen at BurginThe pupils of Mrs Thomas H With ers will give a recital at the Opera House Thursday night On Friday evening her two most advanced stu dents Misses Martha and Isabelle Gard ner will give a recital Fine programs for both evenings have been arranged The admission is tree John P Haswell Jr returned home Monday from a visit to Cincinnati Robert L McGuffin of LouisvilleIwas in town Monday Milt Miller returned home Monday from a trip to Louisville The county fair will be held here onu the 3d 4th and 5th of September U will be extensively advertised and the management expect 30000 people to at tend during the three days Mrs Alvin Simons and children of t Cloverport are the guests of Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston j she Masons will have their fourth annual picnic hers on the first Saturday in August It will be bigger and better than ever if possible Nace Lewis of Cloverport was here Monday to put in a bid to build the grand stand at the fair grounds The Republican County Convention will meet here next Saturday to select delegates to attend the State conven tion at Louisville which convenes the 19th inst- Roland A Smith and Charles Tinius of Stephensport were in town Monday on a business trip Senator Knox of Pennsylvania must feel a bit ashamed of the company he keeps j 1ffj r n I rr soy 1 OverWork Weajjcons YoupKidneys Unhealthy Kidneys fake Impure Blood All the blood toTyour body passes through your kldneys ffce every three mlnutM The kidneys are your purifiers they fil ter out the waste ot impurities the If they are sick of order they fall do their work aches and rheu matism from ex cess of uric acid the neglectedkidney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart Ji overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary ktdneysbutall constitutional diseases have their beginning in kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy it soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases is sold on its merits IIandall druggists in fifty and onedollar su You may have a blood In blocd or oui to Pains come in blood sample bottle by mail none or SwampRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to tint out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer tf Co BInghamton N Y Dont make any tnlstakoibut remember th name Swamp Itoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton N Y S I liftft iJliHrt Canton Ohio Druggist I was a miserable incurable it appeared for years with stomach liver and some slight difficulty with kid ney trouble Treated by physicians used all patent medicines I heard or knew of No relief But suffered a continual sinking and falling off in fleshuntil I was treated with Denn Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure It made a his improvement at once Curcdme right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market St Canton O RHEUMATISM WIhat 7 DENNS SURE SAFE XSPEtDYCURE THE DISCOVERER 10 YEARS ON CRUTCHES WAI CURtO IN 3 DAYS 23W ITTAlt OSUWilJ- V DENNS SSSC CO II xsV1 25SOLDC Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUST YOU 10 OAYS200 HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of your haIr and we- will maitaIn she rt sem fl human hairswitch to match ne If1 satisfactory remit 200 In ten days Extra shades little more Inclose 5 cents postage Mrs A Lord Louisville Ky 358 4th Ave Room 402 weti H DeH fl00RMANAt- torney at Law- IIARDINSBURG KY Will irnctlre Ms yroffsslon In all of the Courts of lireckenrlUK und itrtjolt lrjj emir t Ir Sjiecla attention K von t iol tctlofit road rages and crlininai practice Llens IO uractlce In Cm til st ifs Iltrl Courts Oltlce user lank of II rdusbu- rgCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDEK Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Ovvensboro Ky Own day uiitl night lutes ilOO per day L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 116 Daily Fast Train leaver Clovers j SOT A M stops at II ward on rtot out y arrlvtat Ix uUvllle 7 2S A M No ill ally Mall and ttxuress leaves Olo ver rfe39AM stops at all way stations arrives IxiiiteTllle 1215 pm Train No 111 Dally tut mull leaves alt verport 4 AO p iu stops Ht all way stations tutor Cloreriwrt except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m Train No 113 Dally except Saturday Oln rorport accommodation arrives OJovurport 8tSOuro No US Express Saturday only leaves Oloverport e4s p m arrives Ixxilsvllln 11925 makes all stops except Addison Sam PiIll Mystic IxMUburK Webster Long Brunch lIartles and Howard WEST ROUND No H7 Dally except Sunday Oloverport acoommodutlOL weaves Oloverport 600 a m arrives Evansville 900 IL m Train No l16 Dally fast mall and express leaves Cloverport 1043 a m stops only at Hawetivllle Iewlsport Maceo Owonsboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louts 780 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally ar rlvos Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations Nolltdally St Louis fust train leavosClo verport 11 06 P 5t arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owonsboro and Henderson only No 117 Kxprens Sunday only leaves Clo verport 8J5 a m arrives Evansvllle 12 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 114 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through steeping oars And reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 148 between Louisville ardSt Louis Fordsvllle Branch leAST BOUND Train No1 dally except IPunday leaves Fordsvllle 4180 n rrtves Irvington BIO a mTrain No 4 flatly except Sunday leaver Fordsvl1l3 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p UITralo No 0 Sunday only Pordvlllo030a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No S Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650am arrives Fordsvllle 245 pn Train No5 Dally leaves livlngton 850 ttt arrives FordsvlllftBgSD In d NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tarsley Tod Information Concernln Matters of Current InterestI to Kcnucklans THE STATE tNEWS lIN A NUTSMELI More Are Found Accurately Botalloc the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atteri tlon Throughout Kentucky Loiftsvllle Ky June 3At a meet ing of the local AfroAmerican council held last night It was decided to In done the efforts of the Washlngtoi negroes in opposition to the nomlna lion of Secretary Taft for the presidency and to issue a call for the Natlona Afro Amerlcan council for Juno 26 to 28 at Baltimore Md Speeches wen made scoring President Roosevelt nnd Secretary Taft and Indorsing the sontl ment of the Washington meeting TO CONSTRUE WILL Heirs Appeal to Court to Settle Contention Lexington Ky June 6The dlvl slop of a 250000 estate among heirs In half a dozen different states Is Involved In a suit brought here It was brought by George S Shnnklln execu tor of the estate of Mrs Scotia Schen oweth the Hill Street Methodl3t church and the trustees the Mt Horet Presbyterian church and Its trustees the Lexington Cemetery company and St Josephs hospital of this city ask ing the court to construe the will and determine what the parties whose names appear In the petition are entitled to TIe amount given to the par ties named Is 143000 The estate is worth over 250000 The heirs reside In Kentucky Virginia Pennsylvania North Carolina Tennessee and other states EXCONVICT SHOT TO DEATH Just Back From Prison Kentuckian IIs Slain In Feud Fight Lexington Ky June Ia telegram from Jackson says that Matt Sloan one of the most desperate characters In Breathitt County was shot six times by Pete Strlcklln and Instantly killed The men had long been enemies Sloan had just returned home from serving a penitentiary sentence for shooting a man In Breathitt County Sloan and Strlcklln met renewed their old trouble and Strlcklln killed Sloan Sloan had long been Identified with rend troubles He was In a feud battle tour years ago In Wolfe County and was shot four times but recovered TRAIN RUNS INTO SWITCH Two Railroad Employes Perhaps Fa tally Hurt In Kentucky Wreck Lexington Ky June ofA passenger rain from Beattyvllle Leo county to leattyvllle Junction on the Louisville t Atlantic railway ran Into an open witch at Beattyvllle striking four box I cars Three loaded freight cars and one end of the depot were demol- Ished Carl Wheeler freight clerk and Engineer Thomas Shaw were per hallt fatally hurt A Lynching Was Feared Henderson Ky June LJames routman a negro aged twelve who III alleged to have attempted to trim Wally assault Bettie Willett aged twelve a simpleminded girl at Mor lanflold was brought here for safe eepliiR and placed In jail There was nine excitement at Morganfleld and hreaU were made to lynch the negro io will he kept In the Henderson jail until the excitement has subsided Kentuckys Largest Woman Dead Louisville Ky Juno 3 Martha ohnson whoso weight was 611 ounds is dead of heart failure Sho was sixtythree years old and believed to be tho largest person In Kentucky The undertaker who was called said tbat fluid sufficient to embalm six or inary persons was necessary In pro paring the womans body for burial Army Worms Obstruct Traffic Hickman Ky June 5Army worms are so numerous between Campbell Mo and Nemons Ark that traffic on tho St Louis Kenneth A Southeastern railway has been interfered with lion the car wheels mash them the track Is put in a worse condition than If It had been thoroughly soaped To Secure a New Mortgage Frankfort Ky June 3Tho Louisville Eastern Railroad company has flied In the Franklin county court a mortgage executed to the old Colony Trust company for 2000000 It is to equro an Issue of first mortgage 5- per cent 50 Year gold bonds Logs Are Too Cheap Vancouver B C June GSeventy- nine logging camps will close June 30I for an Indefinite period Over three lousand men with wages aggregat Ing 300000 per month will be idle The loggers association decided that logs are too cheap and that there are- too many on tho market The Wreck Took Fire Erie Pa June 6A freight train on- the Nickel Plate railroad was wrecked at Harbor Creek six miles east ofi bore The wreck took fire and three Icar of naphtha exploded RUSSIA EMBARRASSED Korean Exodus Promises to Crowd Asiatic Russia Too Closely Vladivostok June 7The Korean exodus Into Prlmorekaya a large prey ince of Asiatic Russia amounts to nearly 2000 weekly many of whom are leaving Korea on account of Japanese conditions Twentyfive thousand persons have crossed the border on foot Mince January and 11000 have reached Vladivostok by sea This In flux has complicated the problem of Russian Immigration The government officials who are expecting 60000 Rus sians to reach Prlmorskaya this sea son today began relieving the conges tion by sending a ship load of Imml grants to the Kamchatka fisheries STORK MAYOR KISSES 1000 Executive In Defence of Osculation Views Gets Busy at Picnic Alton Ill June 7One thousand babies were kissed by Stork Mayor Beall of Alton At a school picnic in defiance of the dictum of Dr Franklin Dye of New Jersey who says Put up a sign In every homo Dont kiss the baby If It Is wrong for a man to kiss his baby said the mayor It Is wrong for him to kiss his wife and all the doctors In the world will never get men around to believing that Anyway Ill never believe It Illinois Prohibition Convention Danville 111 June 7It has been practically decided that the Prohibition State convention will be hold in this city on May 12 1908 The leaders of the party have decided on this city In a correspondence caucus Vermillion Is one of the few counties in the State which has a Prohibition Representa tive in the statehouse He Is Clay F Gaumer and has been elected twice to fill the position lie Fired the Stick I have fired the walkingslict Ive carried over 40 years an account of n 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 = GuHr nuteed for Piles Burns etc bySeve Drug Co 25c New Law Being Enforced Plttsburg June 4The first arrest made In Plttsburg under the new antiI bucket shop bill passed by the recent legislature and signed by Governor Stuart Saturday was made last evenI lag when H A Elkins a broker alleged to be connected with a New York concern was locked up The sew law aims to completely abolish bucket shops in Pennsylvania Cures Blood and Skin Diseases itching Humors Send no moneysimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense If you suffer from ulrers eczema crofula Blood Poison cancer fating ores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swelliugs rheumatism catarrh 01 my blood or kin diseaewe advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Especially recommended for old obstin att1 deep seated cases of milignant brood or skin disease because Botanic flood Balm B B B kills the poison in the blood cures where all else fails teals every sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow of health B B B the test perfect blood purifier made Im proves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Thoroughly tested for thirty ears 1 per large bottle at drugstores witb complete directions for ome cure Sample of Blood Balm sent free by writingJllood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical dvice sent in sealed letter The Contented Eskimo As the days lengthened and the sun snorting his power pushed higher and Igher above the horizon the glare upon the white expanse of snow dazed our eyes and we had to put on naked glasses to protect ourselves roin snow blindness Even with the lasses our driver Mark became par ally snow blind and when on the veiling of the third day after leaving Northwest river we reached his home at Karwalla an Eskimo settlement ate miles west of Ulgolet it became ecessary for us to halt until his eyes should enable him to travel again Here we met some of the Eskimos thut had been connected with the Es khno village at the Worlds fair at ChI- cago In 1893 Mary Marks wife was one of the number She told mo of eying been exhibited as far west as ortland Ore and I asked Mary arent you discontented here after seeing so much of the world Wouldnt you like to go back No sir she answered Tis fine here where I has plenty of company ris too lonesome In the United States rant you cant get the good things to cat here Jio fruits and other things I Insisted 1 I likes the oranges and apples finer but they has no seal meat or deers meat in the United States From The Long Labrador Trail by Dillon Wallace in Outing Magazine By a mistake a Bank ot England note for a penny got into circulation In tb j year 1828 and it was finally re licined for 5 I Scrtlon Not a Bar Says Bryan Richmond Va June 3ln an Inter view here William J Bryan declared that the matter of section should no longer be a bar to a mans nomination for tho presidency by tho Democratic party He explained why he could not regard President Roosevelt as a Democrat and said that under certain con ditions he Bryan would be a candidate for the nomination that Is If the party demands It and If ho considered it for the good of the party Trial Is In Progress San Francisco Juno 5Tile jury was completed yesterday afternoon in I the trial of Mayor Eugene Schmitz on the first of the five indictments OllvprIjointly with Abraham Ruof of bavins extorted train Joseph Malfanti 1175 as the first installment of a 5000 an nual bribe to securo to tho French restaurant keepers of San Francisco their licenses to sell liquor THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 94c No 2 red 95c CornNo 2 5Hc OatsNo 2 mixed 47 4c HayClover 1600 01800 timothy 18002000 millet 1300 1500 Cattle 250 lJ 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formed a secret vigilance committee which every night executes one or more bandits or terrorists The corpses left in the street and to the lips of the dead men are pinned pieces of paper setting forth the exact reasons for the execution piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and action Jis positive andI certain Itching painful or blind piles like magic by use Large nickel capped glass jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co WHY WE LAUGH A Little AionsenseJVow and Then Is LyI the Wisest JtientJudges Quarterly a yearjj Judges Library a year Sis Hopkins Mffn a year On of TWENTY lie wm enttr your unite for a three months trial EubeliFtion for Either of these hripbt witty and journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIES WEEKLY or for the same of lime Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York CECifFYC Ir THE Fifth Avenu- eHOTELI Louisville Ky CAMPBELL I zJ ANOTHER thirtyseven are I its protruding disappear its Relished 100 100 100 receipt GENTS humorous JUDGE poricd Address CK C CKC The most centrally located are only firstclass hotel in the cltyJmaklDK a J I 1200 rate Only one block from tbe principal hopplngldlstrict and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat andiclean 5SJ zJ 53 53 1 LOW RATES FROM LOUISVillE VIA C Southern Railway In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and ButteV rj 3550 Spokane P SeattleP and3800 San other CALIFORNIA points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekors ickets will also be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 10th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information call on your ocalag ent or B S YENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky C H HUN ERFCRD Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky J 0 BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo I iae iy iiRr tw A N FACTS IN FEW LINES Agricultural capital represents one third of nil the wealth of nations Cape Colony has 20000 acres of vineyards containing CO000000 vines Spain IH going In for a small coinage of nickel A German firm Is said to have the contract for the coining The tlrst man dressmaker was Rhom berg a Bavarian who lived in Paris In 1730 lie adopted for his crest an open pair of scissors A chased sliver gilt tankard of 1509 has been sold In London at auction for the remarkable price of 11500 It Is seven and a half Inches high and weighs twentytwo ounces Walking n mile uses up seventeen and a half foot tons of energy and If you carry sixty pounds that distance you use up twentyfive tons A days work for a man Is about 300 foot tons It Is said that during the twenty three years the El Cobre mines In Cu ba were operated more than 50000 000 worth of copper was produced The works were entirely destroyed during I the war of 1808 A Judge In Lancaster Pa rules that j when a newspaper Is stolen from doorstop the subscriber Is the theII ed person The court says that the moment of delivery by the carrierII the paper Is the subscribers Vice Consul II M Wolcott deems Iti strange that the city of Santiago Cuba with an estimated population of over DOOOO and ships of the American navy making frequent calls at the port Is without an up to date American steam laundryIn most of the work of resetting Jewels Is put Into the hands of English Jewelers because the English Jewel setters method of having all the metal work at the back of the stones instead of around the sides as In France is most popular Mining is one of the principal sources of wealth of the province of Santiago Cuba owing to the abundance and ac cessibility of the minerals Iron Is the most abundant but copper and manga nese are found In sufficient quantities for profitable exploitation All express companies operating In Canada are now subject to the Juris diction of the board of railway com missioners for Canada Under the rail way act no company shall carry any goods by express until their rates have been submitted to and approved of by the board From a Descriptive Catalogue of London Tokens published In 1855 one learns that one time smoking was prac ticed In the house of commons for the author mentions a seventeen century order that no member do presume tot smoke tobacco In the gallery or at tho table of the house sitting as commit tees Paul Beyer a waiter at tho Waldorf I Astoria hotel New York fell in love the handsome Indian maiden out 1side ot a cigar store and tucking her affectionately under his arm started down the street Unfortunately he let her fall across the car track and she was picked up minus her left arm and i box of Perfecto de Wood cigars It Is understood that It is the Intention of the Hungarian government to invite a species of worlds parliament of Journalists from England America and all continental countries to take part In the festivities at Budapest In September In celebration of the for tieth anniversary of the coronation of Emperor Francis Joseph as king of Hungary A 25000000 cooperative restaurant and hotel supply company Is being or ganized at Montreal It is proposed to operate branches In the large cities of the United States and Canada A mon ster cold storage warehouse is to bo built In New York If the scheme works successfully In Montreal It Is claimed the company will begin operation with business amounting to several million dollarsBert Trim a blind resident of WOOD socket 11 I Is an expert whist player being n valued member of a local club He uses a special pack of cards on 1wltlch there are faint imprints sutfi- ctent to tell him what they nrn but which are far too fine for the ordinary touch Trim who has been blind since childhood is now thirty years old Ho I 1plays the piano and cornet in excellent style and Is often heard in local enter tainments Miss Ellen F Palmer of Somerville Mass who during thirtythree years faithful service as ticket and register clerk at the Bunker Hill monument Boston has rehearsed the story of the famous battle pointed out the tablet that marks the spot where General Warren fell and explained the history and dimensions of tho historic shaft to half n million people representing ev sry nation of the world recently resigned the position on account of de clining health Major William W Gibson the Amer- Ican military attache at St Petersburg has gone to Sweden where he will meet Captain Herman J Koehler In structor in military gymnastics and whocI i military gymnastics Major Gibson 1 1who is also military attache to Swe 1 den will make arrangements to pre Captain Koehler to the Swedish Ilent and to enable him to visit the f schools and gymnasium The passing of the German meer schaum trade seems inevitable Prac tically all the known deposits of meerschaum have been exhausted In the t last five months the price of the raw material has gone up 50 per cent In a single town Ruhla In the Thuringian forest over 8000 workmen have for- tt years past been employed In this In IJ dnstry The only place where meer 6chaUm Is how found Is In the mines if EskiSchehIr The output there Is small and most of it goes to England sad America r r h 9 NEW SHORT STORIES Senator Curtis Experience Much has been written about the In dian blood of Charles Curtis the new senator from Kansas but Mr Curtis experience as a householder In Wash ington must have a tendency to obliterate the memory of his fighting brave ancestor sitting In majestic pride before the open flap of his tepee One night when Mr and Mrs Curtis returned from the theater it was discovered that the latchkey had failed of transfer to his evening clothes pockets and no amount of prolonged pressure on the front door bell could elicit a response from the darkened house Finally Mr Curtis attempted to climb the back fence and force a pantry win THEY SAT DOWN IN A CORNER dow It was no time to remember ones copybook maxims and Mr Curtis leaped without looking Into the cindery depths of a half filled ash can he descended Then Mr Curtis and the ash cnn gave an imitation nf the little pig who hid In his churn and rolled down hill to escape the wolf When the new senator returned to the front steps where his wife sat pa tlently waiting Mrs Curtis was un reasonable enough to ask which part of the can had given the black eye Well go to a hotel for the rest of the night was his firm rejoinder In the early morning they stole out from the hotel and took a car bound for the home where children and cook were sure to be astir by this time The car was filled with men and woo men going to work who regarded the advent of a couple evidently from the meringue of life with primitively can did curiosity For Mrs Curtis although having the worried maternal expression natural to a night away from the children was In irreproachable theater apparel while the senators garments were symbolic of humility being still begrimed with the product of his Intimacy with the ash can and It had become necessary to bandage his affilctcd eye Senator and Mrs Curtis sat themselves down grimly In a corner Suddenly a voice from the other end pierced the car rumble I wonder where she found him Mag It said The soul of the big chief within Senator Curtis struggled with his sense of humor and the sense of hu mor won Human Life Bishop Said Theyd Be Sorry Bishop Burgess of Long Island who has recently figurer promlnent1 ns the man who deposed the eloping rector Cooke and then delivered a scorching sermon to his congregation at St Georges Hempstead was elected to his present see after a long hard fight In which he though not a candidate was finally chosen as a compromise be tween the warring factions Dr Bur gess who was the rector of the fash ionable and wealthy Grace church on the heights Brooklyn was elected about 2 oclock one morning after the diocesan convention had been In ses stow almost continuously for nearly for tyelght hours Ballot after ballot had been taken without result and every body was tired and Irritable About 1 a m Dr Burgess whois an expert at conciliation arose and moved an adjournmentGentlemen he said we are all tired and worn out and anything we may do now we are sure to be sorry for Lets sleep over it and start fresh in the morning The motion to adjourn did not pre vail and when the ballot was taken Dr Burgess was elected bishop New York American Work Seemed Light Frederick Burton the actor halls from Gosport Ind He got his start on the stage after making a hit in a Knights of Pythlas benefit In Gosport After three years abs nce from home his company played in Terre Haute and Burton Invited his father to como over and see him act The old man took In the show and after the last curtain Went back on the stage to see his son Presently tho treasurer appeared at the dressing room door and handed Burton his weekly envelope Burton senior saw the figures on the outside and his eyes sparkled You dont mean to tell me you get that much every week do you ex claimed the old gentleman Thats right Burton replied mod estlyWell what other chores do you have to do besides nctln tho old man ask ed Harpers Weekly f rt9 r BRIEF DISPATCHES SATURDAY The Kentucky prohibition state con vention nominated Rev L L Pickett of Willmore for governor The Danish government has decided not to renew the question of the sale of the Danish West Indies to the United States William Stethe twenty years old was killed by being hit in the head by ff pitched ball at a ball game at Little Falls Minn Business failures In the United States for the week number 140 against 165 last week and 127 In the like week of 1906 European policy In the far East and the friction between the United States and Japan Is engaging the attention of the weekly reviews of London While attempting to make a landing above tho rapids In the Payette river twolve miles from Garden Valley Idaho seven loggers were drowned MONDAY King Oscar and Queen Sophia of Sweden will celebrate their golden wedding on Thursday The National Educational Associa tion will meet at Los Angeles Saturday and will continue In session five daysI Lightning struck a military balloon during army maneuvers at Rome and the aereonaut was dashed 700 foot to his death The fortieth anniversary of tho as cendancy of Emperor Francis Joseph- to the Hungarian throne will be cole brated Saturday effort Is to bo made to secureI IAnChicago the Democratic national1 I convention next year as well as the- Republican convention jI The geological survey announces that the total production of coal In the United States during 1906 was 414 039581 tons valued at 612010744 TUESDAY General Thomas H Roger U S A retired is dead at his home at Stam ford Conn The election for the ratification of the Oklahoma constitution will be held on Aug 6 Advises from Shanghai say that the disorders In southern China continue- to grow more threatening I The extended strike of tho French seamen has virtually come to an end with the capitulation of the strikers An enduring memorial to Jefferson Davis the first and only president of the Confederate States of America was yesterday unveiled at Richmond At Plttsburg Patrick Rearden aged twenty fatally shot Thomas Morton and M M Moorehead in a dispute concerning a woman and then committed suicide On a plea of guilty Charles F Grotefend defaulting teller of the Washington National bank of St Louis was sentenced to five years Imprisonment WEDNESDAY Chicago has a theater the manage ment of which Is entirely In the hands of Catholic priests Mark Twain has accepted the invlta tlon of the London Pilgrims Society I to entertain him at lunch June 26 ajforbio yards and at Gatun 70360 cubic yards Erskine Uhl secretary of the international committee of the Young Mens Christian association Is tdead at Now York Vice President Fairbanks delivered an oration at the commencement exorcises of U S Grant university at ChattanoogaDuring past year 2606 now companies were added to the records of- the International Independent Telo phone association THURSDAY Four persons of a fishing party at ONeill Nob wore drowned by a boat capsizingThe committee of the French seamens union voted In favor of resuming work at once It Is expected that the trial of Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco will take up not legs than two weeks Nelson Savior one of the most prom inent attorneys practicing In Cincin nati is dead aged seventythree years The railroad men of Chile have out on strike for better wages and shorter hours AH trains have stopped run ningDeportation to the hot climate of Qulntara Roo was the punishment meted out to twentytwo ringleaders of the textile mill strike at Orizaba Mex FRIDAY The state of Minnesota Is about to begin suit to oust the Standard OH company from tho state European diplomatic and political circles still believe the days of the Russian parliament are numbered The members of the Chicago fire department will not be allowed to wear the emblem of their union The golden wedding of King Oscar and Queen Spohla was Joyfully cele brated throughout Sweden Thursday Indications are that the vacancy in the isthmian canal commission caused by the early retirement of Purchasing Agent Ross will not bo filled John A Lewis has been formally recognized 1by the federal court at Chicago as the rightful head of the Christian Catholic church in ZIon T V Powderly has been appointed chief of the new division of informa tion in connection with the Immigra tion bureau of tho department of com merce and labor JJIr t S RESISTING NEW LAW Roads Doing Business In Minnesota Take TwoCent Rate to Court St Paul June 4Another suit seeking to annul the now Minnesota two cent passenger rate law and the com modity freight law has been filed In the federal court against the Chicago Rock Island Pacific railroad John J Carle a Rock Island stock holder Is the plaintiff in the action which Is Identical with those begun last week by stockholders of eight other railroads doing Interstate busi ness In Minnesota The hearing on the temporary Injunction granted In the Rock Island suit will be held on June 12 at the same time the other cases are heard by Judge Lochren ftdThertmatter how irritable or how obstinate that will not be spWHr relieved by the use of Kodol The twain factor in curing the stomach of any disorder U rest and the only wiy t ytt rent into actual ly digest the food for the stomach itself Kodol will do It It is n scientific preparation of vegetable acids containing the very same juices fouud iu H healthy stoiiach It conforms to the Pure Food and Drugs Lew Sold by all druggists Chinese Revolution Growing Shanghai June IThe revolution lets In the districts surrounding Swa tow and Amoy are murdering the offl olals burning official buildings and oc cupying towns and villages The tao tal of Swatow Is only reporting losses suffered by the revolutionists fearing that th6 news of their depredations would lead to foreign Interference FACING A JURY Trial of William D Haywood Is Now Actually In Progress Dolse Idaho June 4Twole men to try William D Haywood for his life on the charge that he murdered Governor Frank Steunenberg have been chosen and bound by oath to hon estly deal Justice between state and prisoner Haywood late yesterday afternoon heard tho Indictment charge 1 ing him with tho crone and today after the state recited Its case and made promise of proof the first chapter of the sickening tale of the Caldwell crime was retold This morning at 930 oclock James H Hawley for the state addressed the court with the states opening statement He had prepared no manuscript and was very brief Broadly speaking the state charges that Haywood conspiring with Moyer Pettibone and Slmpklns and others of the alleged Inner circle of tho Western Federation of Miners plotted a reign of tel rorism that had for its double purpose the removal by assassination of those opposed to the organization and the retention and Increase of control and power within the organization It al leges that the explosion at the Vindicator mine the blowing up of tho Independence depot the murder ofj Light Gregor a detective of Denver the murder of Arthur Collins of Tel- luride the alleged blowing up of Fred Bradley of San Francisco and the attempts on the lives of ex Peabody and Judges Gabbert and Goddard of Colorado were all acts in a single great conspiracy to which the murder of Governor Stounenberg was Incidental It Is charged that Haywood was the genius of and the strength behind the great plot and that Steunenborg was added to the list because of his part during tho labor troubles in northern Idaho It Is alleged that Haywood and his associates standing and working In the background planned the long list of crimes and sent Harry Orchard and Steve Adams forth as hired executioners = Head AcheS- ometimesIf so it will interest you to know that it can be stopped with Dr 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Huguenots In France In 1M2 and was followed by the massacre of St Bar tholomew in 1572 If the docthers would open fewer people anti more windows there wouldnt be so many Christian Sclan UstsMr Dooley I NOT THROUGH WITH HIM The Governnent Will Try to Compel + Harriman to Talk Washington June 5After a confer ence with President Roosevelt last night Commissioner Lane of the in terstate commerce commission an flounced that before July 1 legal proceedings would be instituted to corn pel E H Harriman to answer o rtaln questions propounded him by member i of the commission at the recent a hearing In ew York when the mere Br of the Harriman lines was under investigation Previous to his confer once with the president Commissioner Lane had conferred with Frank B Kellogg special counsel for the goy ernment in the Standard Oil prqaaou dons and It was arranged that Mr Y Kellogg should represent the govern ment in the case to be brought against t Mr Harriman O x aST O t11IBean theiM Kind You Hare Always BooMI 1ofr 1rsEea siAOS ye0eJIll s T IIThe First Annual of the Meeting Breckenridge County Fair will be held at I Hardingsburg ygs Sept 3 07- A I premium list of nearly three thousand dollars one ol the best equipped grouncs In the State a total Invest ment of about greatestlairsII l i sNONN 1t N e N 1N NfNNNe The Bank of HardinsburgII and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F CashierPAULDIRECTORS Morris Eakiiilge BeardDrAdministrator Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orBurglary HN 1NA 00 0 OONNe h j tlNjq First State BankIRV- INGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP McePreniden I CashierII Is solicited IIIInterest Paid on Time Deposits e aeh70ol0UAOf3b9eK3aOSe0ta99rRbAa + esraeraesaReeAOrr + i 100 STUDENTS WANTED To Quality for the 700 or more desirablepoeit1one that we will be tailed upon to till In the next year We had 624 such calls In the past year demandbymore THOROUGHLY than other school f trgraduatesQUALITcounts th the shrewd busi ness men of this 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charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the Ate of 5 IllU per tine Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us When orderltttr a cbapg In the address latecrlben should give heir old as weiss IM new addnw J EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1907 TOBINSPORT TOBINSIORT IND Miss Ada Clark of Canneltoa it vis- Iting her aunt Mrs J C Ryan Messrs Alex Clark Cheiter Polk and Clyde Sanders played ball with the Skillnun boys at Holt Sunday Mr Clyde Sanders of Derby visited home folks over Sunday Mr Wallace WeiUherholt returned home from Greencastle Saturday where hi had been attending school Mrs G C Whitehead is visiting hr mother Mrs Floyd Macon at Masons LandingMr W Winchell attended the K of P decoration exercises at Cloverport Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Isoui Lewis attended the show at Cloverport Thursday Miss Orace Carr and Miss Anna Dyer of Cannelton are visiting Mrs Walter DyerMessrs Alex Clark Carl Shoectaker and Elmer Avery took in the excursion to Louisville Sunday The ice cream supper at the Baptist church Saturday night was quite a suc cess The net proceeds were 11075 N B Sanders is at home for a few days from New Albany MATTINGLY I MATTINGLY KY p M E Hambleton is sick Mrs Chas Simmons has ths measles Cecil Tabeling and wife ol Wichita Kas are visiting relatives here Mrs Will Mason of Pisgah went to Bvansvllle last Sunday to visit relatives Mrs George Newman and children went to Itvansville last Thursday tc reside Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinius visited relatives at Tar Springs last Sunday Wm Davis and daughter Miss Jone of West View visited his daughter Mrs Sam Lusley last Saturday and SundayMrs B P Frank and daughter Va leria went to Evansville last Sunday to visit her sister Mrs 0 W Sanders Mace Hawkins and Sum Luslev have each purchased a new surrey Mr sad Mrs Alt Hawkins visited her parents Sir and Mrs C B Pate at Cloverport last Saturday and Sunday Mr sad Mrs Owen lihnore of Tar Pork viiiu i her parents Mr and Mrs B H Wilton last Sunday Mia Lithia Keeiwn who has been sick for some time u sonic better at this wilting William Uivu of West View reports K Mvere storm of wind ralll and bull let Friday uiglit Rev Cline of Hardluebufg will jweneh at fur Ioi k Chri tiun church on the fourth Sunday night in this month Aide Furrow has hone to Evunsville Let Ent io Off And Die The Mountain Advocate has correctly measured the constitutional knocker No one iis obliged to live where he is not suited If one hasnt anencourageing word for the business enterprise and Institutions of his town he should shut up and go way back and sit down If things dont suit you move to where they will A growler and soreherd In a town is an enterprise killer every time It would pay a town to donate him five and tell him to move Father Inquired a boy what arc wrinkles Fretwork my son fret work replied paterfamilias confident ly Philadelphia Inquirer The first mention of tho pipe organ In history In Iii connection with Solo mons temple whore Were was an or 4gan with ton pipes n The Algerian coral reefs are divided into ten portions of which one only Is fished yearly Ten years is the time for tho proper growth of coral The Rensselaer Polytechnic institute which was founded at Troy N Y in 1824 was tho first strictly scientific college In tho United States Once in awhllo you see a girl who foesnt care if people know how old the Is She is usually seventosnSossv frrllle Journal jI k STATE FAIR NOTES Active Preparations Have Begun For Kentuckys Big Event Next September The Kentucky State Board of Agri culture Forestry and Immigration un der whose auspices thetSttue Fair will be held at Louisville September 1021 has completed the classification of pre miums for the next State Fair and the same is soon to go to press for distribution auiong over twenty thousand prospective exhibitors Any one Inter dated in exhibiting He stock of any character poultry womans work pro ducts of the field orchard garden or dairy or the handiwork of children will confer a favor upon the board of apiculture by forwarding his or her name to the secretary R E Hughes Louisville o o o- Twentyfire thousand dollars isI being offered by the State Board of Agrioul ture in premiums and purses for the Kentucky State Fair to be held at Louisville September 1081 The State Fair offers to the breeder of all classes of live stock an excellent opportunity to bring his stock ty the publics attention in a way that no other occasion offers 000N- atienos baud a premier musical organization with fifty allstar artists will furnish music for the Kentucky State Fair to be held at Louisville Sep tember 1021 The State Hoard of Ag riculture is negotiating with the famous Knabenshue to bring to Louisville his new passenger carrying airship together with his captive balloon and the bal loons with which two members of his aeronautic companyI make razes as some of the big attractions of the State Pair Knabenshue has a reputation that is worldwide He was the first American to make a successful flight in an airship and has been perfecting the machine that penetrates the skies ever since his first flight at the St Louis Ex position in 1904 until now he has a ve hicle soaring the air which carries ad ditional passengers 000Negotiations are now on with all railroads entering Louisville where the State Fair will he held September 1621 to announce very low rates with liberal extensions as to time 000T- he personnel of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration I which Is direct g the Kentucky State Fair movement is a guarantee that the State Fair for 1907 will be one in every way in keeping with the progress of Kentucky along the lines of live stock agricultural and horticultural develop ment Hubert Vreeland the State Commissioner of Agriculture chairman and his associates ou the board are Prof M A Scovell Director of the Experiment Station at Lexington G N Mc Grew Bayou W R Mjortnan Jr Glendeane Guthrie M Wilson Bards town Lrwrence JJues Louisville Desha Breckin ridge Lexington William Adams Cyuthiana nun John L Miyo Iaintsvillc Thcie gentlemen have elected R E Hughes secretary and he tins estabhshe 1 headquarters on the second floor of the Commercial bnild ingatlie southeast corner of Fourth avtpue an i Main street in Louisville where he will welcome all visitors in terested in noticing the State Fair a success GOULD WILL FIGHT WIFES SUIT FOR 250000 ALIMONY New York June 10 Howard Gould has decided not to go abroad this year Instead he will remain in New York for the legal battle with his wife formerly Miss Katherine Clemmons the actress who is suing him for separation and alimonywhich she wants fixed at 250 000 a year Mr Gould has announced chat his an nual income is about 000000 from a fortune of 12000000 Mrs Gould says that she can prove that her husband owns and has an interest in properties which bring his income up to more than 1000000 Upon this basis Mrs Gould has decided to ask the court to allow her 250000 a year alimony Cases will be cited by Mrs Goulds attorneys in which courts have allowed a wife onefourth her husbands income 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreadful disease that science has boon able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo Is the only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh Kilns a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the dis ease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials C Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75 j ITake Halls famllyillls for constipation SEMIMUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP Partnerships Between Cities and Companies Are Bad Whenever In these dnys an electric light company Is unfortunate enough to have a street lighting contract expire Ir a city whore the municipal owner shir of the street lighting plant has been agitated there sometimes comes forth out of tub chaos of Ideas as to how the municipal ownership business should be handled some proposition from a private company which pur ports to have the welfare of the city rather than any private gain at heart This company with groat love for the commonwealth either real or assumed usually comes forward with a proposition for a kind of semimunici pal ownership the company to per form the work of lighting the city for a number of years at a good round IIUln and at the end of the contract the lighting plant to be turned over to the city free of cost and payment for the plant to be made out of the regular monthly payments of the city for its lighting such monthly payments being Invariably a good round sum per lamp Now such propositions ns this may be made In good faith by a company of public spirited but misguided citizens who really wish to serve the city and there are usually some respectable names connected with an enterprise of this kind when It Is launched How over there Is usually an African some whore In the woodpile or at least a strong possibility that there will be one before the game Is through- It seems remarkable that any munic ipality In this day and generation can bo deluded Into the bollef that any such scheme of semimunicipal owner ship can compare for a minute with a good straight short contract at rea sonable rates with a corporation al ready In the lighting hold After all a redeeming feature to this scheme Is that at the end of n term of years It Is fairly certain to bring home forcibly to a municipality the depreciation duo to advance in the art as well as the de predation caused by wear and tear Electrical World ITS INFLUENCE ON BRIBERY Municipal Ownership Would Modify but Not Abolish It One of the truest statements made by advocates of municipal ownership Is that It would put an end to bribery of city officials by public service cor porations It certainly would wher ever that is practiced But It wouldnt put an end to bribeable officials and unless the city should manufacture Its own engines machinery street cars electric lamps and other supplies the quality and price of these would be largely regulated by such officials Every one who is familiar with the school trade knows that orders for school books and supplies are In many cities obtainable only by crossing the palms of members of school boards with a liberal supply of gold and that a change of textbooks Is frequently ordered merely because of these Itch Ing palms Municipal ownership will not change human nature and venal officials can hold up manufacturing companies just as easily and profitably as they can lighting and traction companies Did It ever occur to you that a corporation Isnt anxious to get rid of its money that way But when It comes to a holdup almost any one will give up the long green to public servants who are zealous not for the public welfare but for their private purse No Intimation of Graft A dispatch from Wllkosbarre in re Bard to the municipal electric light plant of Easton Pa the breakdown of which has left that city in temporary darkness says There Is no Intimation of graft The condition Is duo apparently to the fact that city employees appointed by men holding political office cannot be ex pected to have the same knowledge of the clrctrlc lighting business that skill ed employees of private corporations have and consequently there Is waste and Inefficiency In n city plant which would not be possible In a well conducted private plant Why Ho Opposes M 0 As a member of our city council some years age I Investigated this question of municipal ownership be fore we contracted for our electric lights and found that In every Instance where the cost of municipal lighting was reported below that otIered by In dependent contractors the difference and more appeared on the general taxes and In most places It was frank ly admitted that the light and water plantsfwcre built by the city but used by the politicians nomer E Stewart In Warren 0 Chronicle A Glimpse of the Millennium Government ownership of railroads and telegraphs and municipal owner ship of public utilities may come sometime but will never come without damage to the public welfare until every phase of the management and operation of the same Is put on a strictly nonpartisan merit system and thorough business principles Mansfleld 0 News A Pertinent Question iIt seems to us well to ask ourselves not whether we propose to run rail roads telegraphs streetcars water and gas works electric light plants and all the rest of it but whether we In tend to keep the samo sort of govern ment that we have had for more than a hundred years Editorial in Indian apolls News- Municipal ownership Is an experiment not lightly to be ventured upon at the alarm call of politicians who want to be elected to office New York Sun PROPOSITION lade By Beard Hensley I Tobacco Growers For Re handling 1907 trop This agreement made and entered Into this 1607 by and between R F Hoard W M Hensley C L Heard M II Hoard as socluted together under the firm name pf Heard Honsloy of Hardlnsburg Brockn rldgo county Kentucky of the first part the Brojkenrldgo county division of the American Society of Equity acting tirough IU committee composed of John B Monarch W S nan W S DeJariiette and Old P Miller hereinafter called the committee of the second part and the various tudtvl uale hereafter sUnlng this Instrument here batten designated u the Growers of the third part WITNESSES AS IFOLLOWS The American Society of Equity Is an asi sociation of persons for the purpose of mar keting their farm products at an equitable1 cost and rauuneratlon The firm of Hoard Hensley Is associated together for the purpose of handling storing and prizing tobacco and advancing a per centage of the value of the tobacco to the growerThe are the Individual members of the American Society of Equity and others engaged In the growing of tobacco and ffbc the purposes of this Instrument are tho who shall pool together tholr tobacco groat In the your of 1DOT The purposes of this contract are to enl ble the growers to pool together their tobacco grown In the year of 1007 to have same rei handled prized and stored and to have money advanced to thotn pn same Now In order to carry out those urpas Hoard ft Honsloy agree to receive from the growers their tobacco grown In the year 1007 to pluck class as to length and color redry and prize In good keeping condition the manufacturing tobacco to rcdry and prize the trash and to prize the nondescript grapesBoard ft Honsloy agree to handle and prize said tobacco In such manner that all tobacco delivered to them by the growers In sound sweet condition shall keep and open up iIn sound sweet condition and that no tobacco handled by thorn shall be damaged by neglect or through their fault Hoard Hensloy agree to keep from eac I package a type sample to so mark and Identify each sample and package that It may be easily Identified and keep said typo samples In a safe condition at Hardlnsburg Ky All tobacco pooled and handled at lIar dlnsburg Beard Ac Honsloy agree w deliver free on board curs at Hardlnsburg or at storage house at Hardlnsburg us desired tho commttee All tobacco pooled at oth points on the railroad Heard Honsloy agree to deliver free on board cars rt hero tobacco Is pooled at points away from the railroad and freight by walton necessitated the expense of this waso freight in excess of 17 cents ptr hogshead must be borne by the grower Board Hensley agree to store free charge all tobacco delivered to their storage hbuse at Hardlnsburg ICy until November 1 1008 Beard Hensley agree to store all tobacco delivered to their storage house at Hurdle burg at the rate of 15 cents per hogshead per month from the first of November 1908 until tobacco Is sold or removed Beard Hensloy agree to provide all nec ossary material and labor for the purpose of handling und storing said tobacco and to rent suitable house at varl ui convenient points In different sections of the county and to rent houses at such points as shall bo required by said committee Hut It Is agreed and understood that the portion of the pooled tl bacco which Is grown In the Uurdlnsburg Magisterial District shallt bo delivered to the points and houses selected1 by Beard Honsley at least to the extent of prooortlonlng the quantity of tobacc delivered to each house t the capacity of th8j houseHoard HeDsley agree to advance to bo Ionrd flfty per cent of tho value of saidj at the time said tobacco Is delivered to pooling houses and Is to receive for this advance interest ut the rafo of 0 per cent per annum from tho duto of tho advance until sumo Is paid by sate of the tobacco und the grower und no part of his estate other than surd tobacco shall bo liable for the repayment of this advance This advance of SO per cent Is to be made to ouch Individual grower on tho amount und value of the tobacco pooled by him The valuo of the tobacc Is to bo fixed by the committee In accordance with the price such grades of tobacco are bringing November 111001 ate fair voluntary sale The committee agrees to select and piy theJ necessary men at the various rehundllng houses to grade said tobacco when it Is do IhoredtTho committee shall hav3 the irrevocable authority to sell said tobacco ut any tlmo at any price satisfactory to them except that the committee nor any other jjurty shall have authority to sell said tobacco at a price less than sufficient to pay the advance money expenses charges interest and storage without the wrlttenjconsent of Beard Hensloy Irrevocable authority is given Beard Hensley to sell at tholr discretion any of saidI tobacco remaining unsold on January 1 1010 Beard Hensley agree to keep insured not less than 17 per hundred pounds all said tobacco 47 of which expense shall borne by Beard k Hensley and the other 37 by the growers until November 1008 uft which November 1 1008 the tobaeco Is to kept Insured and all the expense of such 1 suranco shall be borne by the growers Beard lIensley agree to keep a correct account with the growers the amount of to bacco delivered by them the date the clap sification the amount of the advance and every thing necessary for an equitable set tlement between the growers when the to bacco is sold Board Hensloy agree to assist the committee in making a sale of the tobacco to contribute the benefit of their experience and lend every effort as if said tobacco were time individual property of said Beard t Ilensley The growers agree to all the terms of this contract The growers agree that their tobacco sha be pooled together commingled prized and sold The growers agree that tile proceeds of the sale of said pooled tobacco shall be paid to Beard Hensloy that Beard Hensley first deduct therefrom all moneys advance- all freight storage and charges of every description against said tobacco Beard Hensley and the committee shall then prorate t tho remaining proceeds of tho sale in an equitable ratio The firm of Beard iHonsloy shall bo al a I lowed as compensation for the performing of all their obligation under this contract the sum of one dollar per hundred pounds for all of said tobacco redrled and fifty cents pr hundred for nil tobacco prized from the- o wagon wltboutr2drlnl- Beard Hensley shall have authority to pledge all said tobacco on which there has been an advance to the extent of tbo ad vance and all expense and all other tobacco to the extent of the expense and borrow money thereon to said extent of advance and expense and pay Interest on said bor rowed money at tho rate of fl per cent per annum tomthe committee herein skull be exercised by these vivors or survivor of sold committee but the survivors may If they choose select other persons to fill the place of any of the committee who shall die or resign There may be any number of copies of this docu ment made and the signing of any copy Shal be Just as binding as if all hadslg ned the original tobaccodpooled In BreckenrMge county until November I1D0I free of charge and thereafter at the rate of 115 cents per month per hogshead until disposed ofAnd Hearci I Hensley agree to store that tobacco which Is iwoled at polnti away from Hardloibifn in the louses at the place where pooled to as great an extent us Is jx sslbe consistent with the capacity of the house but where It shall become necessary In order to not Interfere with the rehandllng to freight the priced tobacco away from the point where pooled tho eXlleuso of this freight shall be borno by the grower In testimony of which witness our slgna tares by which we have executed this by strumont FORKnTAR FORK KY L C Taul of McQuady made a busI- ness trip to this place Tuesday eaThe family of Henderson Saunders have the measles Nat Rice went to Cloverporl Tuesday Mrs Marion Jackson of near Jolly is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Jackson Norvin Chancellor and Ivan Bates went on the excursion Sunday to LouIs- ville returning Wednesday Mr M Board of McQuady was in this vicinity Wednesday ItMr and Mrs Cecil Tabeling ol Wichita Kas are visiting relatives here Mr Tabeling is a Breckenridge county boy who went to Wichita a few years ago and married a Wichita lady some months since atenight Miss Mary Jackson returned home Thursday from Bethlehem College- a where she has been a pupil for ten months fTILE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles soul by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estlmonials Commissioners Sale BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Com pony Plaintiff vs 8Jas T Beavin c Defendant By virtue of a judgment and older of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court ren dered at May term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum of Six Hun dred and Eightyfive and 20100 Dollars 68520 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 17th day of May 1907 until paid and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at Cloverport Kentucky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Saturday the 29th day of June 1907 at 2 oclock p moo or thereabouts upon a credit of three and six months the following described property towit One Frick Co portable twenty horse power engine No 8654 The purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and ef feet of a judgment Lein retained tose cure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply prompt ly with these terms- Approximated debt interest and cost J77650 LEE WALLS atCommissioner Ofhustled to Pen- N 10Albertntence at Munfordsville Saturday and who was brought here for safekeeping was taken to the Eddy ville penitentiary last night by Sheriff Owens of Hart county The haste in sending Saltsman to the penitentiary was due to fear that lynchedItbeaten and kicked his infant stepson to death after subjecting the child to extreme crueltyii It was said of both Athens and Rome templesdeu Bod a rod than a man An angry cow If much more danger fightsdn stead of rushing madly like file bull Let nothing sadden or dishearten Wee but in the midst of things that are forever passing away UTe In worlds which can never pass away MICA tGreaseAbe roaa thetof miles UlthCload tae8 null ceigtfromeam the attdii l1cpSt aUlsterII destroyp t eghalf frm iaCttonCoates I wear olti tbl1 QvefroUgthe tol1WO life iiI- I f- IIII au lengtheUic 1 Ulotcii heavy er0n0ing I thanauy0Walcrf0rltbed i J isC Grease OlL CODtMllt t I F 5r 1nrlah t = Mfoi + i J I WatsAdvertis- ements 1 M I+ + Inserted undor this head at one cent a word per week Ipr FOR SALESome good stock hogs J EH f Clovorport Ky f toFf0i jIlluslnosspartmont In that institution Brcckonrldge News FOR EXCHANGE A piano for a span of or mules I will pay any difference I W J Halllday Tar Springs Ky willLreceive reward- WANTEDCorrespondents at Harncd and paper For par ticulars write to Local Editor News office Clovorport Ky- WANTEDCook woman preferred no of wages Akdress Mrs M II Hennen Hawesvllle Ky FOR SALE Gold ring with pretty setting Il for 1175 Exchange Dopartmint orBrcckenrldgo Nows Cloverpt Ky FOIL SALE 106 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six in woodland Good barn 16 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and seconqhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Kv r LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE 150 acres of land situated near Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improve ments one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib46 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash tosell Price 1500 For further information write Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky FUR SALERook of Destlnytortune book at News onc- eMeal i and FeM1t at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and l Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feedII on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner Y Bargains I- nDUROCS 1 1I 1 1 For Quick Buyers 8 W In order to make room at once I a W will soil my aged Boar and three j1 young ones Also four Gilts dirt 1 cheap 5 1 E P HARDAWAY M Irvington Ky Jamestown 1 E position e Via A AshevilleAnd dLand of the Sky WithstopOverprivileges Go One Way Return Another picturesque Linn at low rates For illustrated literature rates and full Information write any agent 5 SOUTHERN RAILWAY C H Hungerford Dlst Pass lgt- Louisville Ky THE 2LIXDJ W LIKE IT LAXATIVECOUGH i i T ii The Breckenridge Newsr- 1 t WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1907 1 PERSONAL tANDLOCAL Gasoline for sale here Wm White is visiting at Holt Walter Oeke is at home from Lexing ton I Jno Burn went to Hardinsburg Mon day Juh magazines on title at the News office John Lawson spent Sunday at Louisville Mr Jamb Morrison is home from Loui ville- Mr t Ben Miller returned to Holt Molniayie Arthur Lay was here from Owensbor last week t tlIit Lee Board of Louisville was here Sunday Miss Effie Bannon has returned from Hnwesville Mrs Frank White has returned home from Nashville llrl k Miss Jennie Patterson is visiting at Reynolds station Bernard Morrison of Owensboro was here Sunday Miss Jane Warfield returned to Louisville Tuesday Miss Ina Belle Morrison has been visiting in Lewisport Mrs S R Berry is convalescent after an illness of two weeks H B Drake of Beard is visting friends here this week 4 Mrs Alvin Simons and children went to Hardinsb lrg Monday Mr and Mrs John OConnell have been visiting in Louisville Mr and Mrs Percell have been visit ing relatives at Howell Ind Mrs John Wiindelkin has returned to her home at Mt Carmel Ill Mrs Frank Fraize and Miss Jennie Warfield spent Saturday at Holt Mrs Thurman Hook and children of Howell are the guests of relatives Mrs Wm Boutcher of Lewisport was the guest of her mother Sunday Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Miss Ruth spent Sunday at Sampler Mrs J H Miller and daughter of 1 Sample visited iin Cloverport last week Misses Lucy and Mary Smith of Cannelton visited relatives here Sun + day t Little Miss Julia Hill will arrive soon to spend several weJks with Mrs Mary Oelze a sv The Presbyterian Sunday school will celebrate Childrens Day on the evening of June 30 MrJ W Ridgeway of Sheperdsville is visiting at the home of his son Mr Ben Ridgeway Miss Ada Wagner of Heights Run POOR BABYS fACE ITCHm URRIBLY Face and Neck Covered with Inflamed Skin Suffered Terribly MotherTook Herto Doctors and Colleges to No AvailLost Faith in Medicines Friend Suggested Cuticura Remedies and i 95CHILD IS NOW THE bHEALTHbI and sho suffered terribly for over a year I took her to a number of doctors and also to different colleges to no avail Then Cuticura Remedies were recom mended to me by Miss 0 who was telling mo how they helped her I did not usoit at first as I had tried so many other remedies without any favorable results At last I tried Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resol vent Pills and to my surprise noticed an improvement After using three boxes of the Cuticura Ointment together with the Soap and Pills I am pleased tosayshe is altogether adifferent child and the pie turo of health and now I have a firm be- lieft in Cuticura Remedies and would not bo without thorn in the house I will gladly let you publish this testimonial as I would like others to have the same benefit that we did and you may bo sure I will recommend themstronglytoevery body I know and to thoso I dont know too Mrs A C Brcstlln 171 N Lincoln St Chicago Ul0ct 20 and 30 1000 ONE NIGHT TREATMENT For Sore Hands and Feet with Cuticura Sonic the hands or foot on retiring in astrong hot creamy lather of Outioura Soap Dry and anoint freely with Cuticura Ointment the great Skin Cure Wear on the hands during tho night old loose gloves or bandage the feet lightly in old soft cotton or linen torfieryconsists ot Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse the Skin Cuticura Ointment SOc to Heal the Skin and Cuticura Resolvent SOc form the form ai- ChacolstQoatedPlilsI 25apervlalofeo to Purify 18 Wood Sold throughout the world Potter I J0Ie1l1Free utlcwaQok onSkinaMDI8eAIeI i r + i Y has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Frank Payne Mrs Nora Wroe and Mrs Effie Wroe of Chambers are visiting Mr and Mrs T L Wroe Mr and Mrs Preston Grinnell of Texas arrived in Brandenburg last week to visit relatives Miss ddle G Ditto of Louisville will leave next week for Decatur Ill to visit John T Ditto Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mm Ben Ridgeway Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Hovious and son Elemer returned home Sunday from a snort visit to friends in Owensboro Mrs Robert Pierce and son Fred went to Louisville Monday to attend the convention of tbe Clover Blossoms Mrs CT McClanahan and children of Evansville arrived here Thursday to visit her mother Mrs Dell Iambic tonMrW AAdkins and wife of Stanley accompanied by Mr Irvin Staples of Owensboro visited Mrs Chas Berry SundayMr I Mrs Ernest Galloway and daughter Louise of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Jofin Childs at Guston Miss Hambletbn woftguoBt of honor at an informal darty given Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Chas t Lightfoot Mrs Shelby Conrad was hostess Mon day evening to an informal party of the younger set in honor of their guest Miss Funk- Messrs Chas Morris Louis Kinch eloe Thos Bowmer and Will Bowmer of Louisville spent Sunday at the home Mr WH Bowmer Mrs Chas P Babbage and son Henry of Louisville will be here the last of this montH to visit Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Miss Roberta McCampbell Miss I McComb of Louisville and Miss Jean Todd of Owensboro are the guests of Miss Marion Bowmer Mrs Chester Heaving of Mattingly is the guest of Miss Nell Whitehouse They spent Sunday in West Point with Mrs Richard Whitehouse Gus Riedel who has been attending State College has arrived at his home at Holt He will leave soon for Cali fornia to visit his mother Miss Jennie Mabel Harris has return ed home from Oxford College Miss Harris will give a house party this summer to several school mates Miss Carrie Hambleton of Hender son county who is the guest of Mrs Chas Lightfoot will visit relatives in Louisville before returning home Ten big vaudeville features and beautiful chorus numbers New moving pictures and illustrated songs at the Sunny South Saturday evening June 15 More pretty girls handsome ward robe genuine novelties and funny comedians than any other Floating Theatre Sunny South Saturday evening June 15 Mrs J L Booth and children of Har ned have gone to Owensboro for an ex tended visit to relatives and friends and on their return will stop at Cloverport to visit S E Wilson and family for a Few days Miss Sarah McAdams Iallon arrived here from Hawesville Sunday to visit her aunt Miss Ola Fallon Her mother Mrs Joe Fallon is visiting Hawesville and expects to spend a few days here before going to Louisville where her husband has accepted a position with the Hyman Pickle Co Remember that evary invention known to mankind has been applied to the Sunny South to make it the safest cleanest and most comfortable theatre The entire interior of our boat is lined with decorated sheet steel and is the equal in appearance of the finest opera house in America Mrs Chas Skillman was hostess to a pretty dinner Saturday evening in honor of Miss Marion Bowmers visitors The guests of the occasion were Misses Jeanf Todd Roberta McCampbell ad Miss McComb Misses Marion Bowmer fargeret Skillman and Mr 0 T Skillman Mrs Smiths Sunday School class of the Methodist church will be given an outing party this afternoon by Miss Louise Babbage ThE members of the class are Misses Virginia McGavock Pearl Agnew Mildred Babbage Jean ette Burn Mamie Gardner Susette Sawyer and Martha Miller Messrs Harold Murray and Virgil Babbage will also be among the Quests Card of ThanksI Breckenridge Lodge No 61 Knights of ythiasextends its thanks to the Ladies who so beautifully assisted in gathering and arranging the flowers for their Dec oration Services last Sunday and also the young ladies and gentlemen for 5 the niCe music rendered both at the church and cemetery And also to thank the trustees of the Baptist church for the use of their church I Marion Woatherholt C C iI CONDITION OF REV J T LEWIS MUCH IMPROVED The condition of the Rev J T Lewis who has been seriously ill for several weeks is much improved and he is now able to sit up a while each day Rev Lewis underwent an operation last week and since then has been steadily improving The operation was performed by Dr A A Simmons awisi led by Dr L B Moreman of irvington and Dr F M Smith of this city Gasoline For Sale Gasoline at 86 cents a gallon at the News office Alemurium Grim death entered the home of Mrs Ida Land J W Brown May 4 and bore away their oldest son Amel R Brown aged nineteen years lIe died of pneu monia and suffered g eatly He caller his father mother brother and sister to his bedside and kissed them good by and asked forgiveness for tiny art of unkind ness he had ever done them His future seemed bright but Jie was destined to spend the future in a brighter world than this He leaves many relatives and friends to mourn their loss It is so sad to see one so young and full of life and hope snatched away in his youth but God knows best and He makes no mistakesGoodby dear Amel youre sadly missed and the home i lonely without you MAMA IT HELPS YOUR CREDIT A BANK ACCOUNT will do more to help a mans credit than any other one thing and a checking account is indispensable to the business man It enables him to keep his funds far more securely than in his office safo and it places at his disposal all the fa cilities of the bank for handling his financial affairs without risk and annoyance of making payments in currency BNK OF CLOVERPORFO- LOVEItlOUT KV Tutts PillsI FOR TORPID LIVER A torpid Over deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS proveTake Cirrects False Impression Hardinsburg Ky June S 1907 Jno E Monarch W S Bill Gid P Miller and W S Dejarnette Com mitts Breckenridge Division American Society of Equity Gentleman It is in circulation that in case we get the contract to handle the pooled tobacco of the 1907 crop the I growerIgiving this merchant a material advan tare over other merchants in collec dons Such a plan as this has never been contemplated by us No such plan has ever been proposed to us by any merchant No such proposition will be considered by us The payment of the advance if the contract be given to us will be made by check issued to the grower at the time and place the tobacco is delivered and this check can be cashed or deposited in any bank and will be negotiable every where Very respectfully BEARD HENSLEY To Clean Lawn Dresses splendid way to clean lawn dresses IiA put them in a pitcher of gasoline air tight and let stand over- nightI Then shake well and let it hang out doors in the shade Persian lawns silks and other wash goods can be successfully cleaned this way Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the people we are looking for We want them I ElysIobstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflamed I sensitive membranes Cleansing 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presenting it to the country at large The phenomenal success of the play was due in part perhaps to the fact that in the character of John Burkett Ryder Mr Klein has daringly dramatized one of the most widely known and deeply anathematized billionaires of the age II lden o A Startling Realistic Story of American Life of the Present Time Throbbing with the Most Im portant Problems of the Day Leading Character the Richest Man in the World Unscrupulous flethods of the Money Power Exposed Daring Attempt to Blacken the Reputation and Ruin the JI Life of an Upright Judge Threatening the Very Foundation of Our Political Structure I i StJ Opinions of the Press New York Times The story like the play belongs to this very minute It is full of a spirit and a feeling that are in the air It deals with subjects which much iteration has impressed on the people I New York American Undoubtedly the book of the hour Both the novel and the play appeal to the widest possible American public The readers interest will never lag a moment New Orleans Harlequin The American nation is indebted to fir Hornblow He has clothed with the vibrant palpitating flesh of life in terest the greatest economical problem and evil of theI day It is a book to make the multitude think Washington Post Will become the most talked of book of the year As exciting and fascinating a narrative as has appeared in Inoveform in yearsaj I a 54 I The Lion and the Mouse J That great American story of the present day exposing the un scrupulous methods of the money octopus novelized from Charlestt Kleins play By Arthur Hornblow Illustrated by Heyer Will begin in our next issue We asked a brilliant woman who had seen the play what impressed her most She said it was the vic tory of the young woman over the king of trusts the final triumph of the higher nature over the lowerI in which Shirley Rossmore J ti frees John Ryder from the chains of his sordid ambitions and re stores him to hisbetter self suggesting the fable of The Lion and the Mouse This made the strongest impression notwithstanding there is a beautiful love romance running through the story Praised by the Critics j r To Begin in Our Next Issue Dont Miss It Breckenridge Nes0 Glbverport Ky I I I I ii- lIJI iI IiSL I r SII i 5St d- h 1 MUNICIPALUNACYI Edited by JOHN KENDfUGK BANGS The citizens of Now London Mo recently declared against municipal ownership by n vote of 150 to 2 Thus again do we find the people deprived of their rights by n corporation ridden majority R V9 We do not credit the report that New York Intends to place its moat accom pushed bunko steerort In tho pilot houses of tho municipalI forty It Is more likely to get Its helmsmen from tho League of American Whoclino- nf t- An Inquirer wants to know why n professor of Latin and Greek should not become a capable superintendent of a municipal cemetery We see no good reason why he shouldnt except that his familiarity with dead lan guages would be apt to put him on such chatty terms with his tenants that he would neglect his business kk- A friend of ours has discovered that this talk about depreciation In street car lines is all tommyrot In so far as the crosstown lines are concerned any sayskrun across We respectfully submit this argument to their honors tho city fathers kkWithout wishing to be at all invidious wo would call attention to the Interesting acrostic furnished by the Municipal Ownership Bubble which strangely enough signifies the ulti mate ownership of public utilities un der the municipal ownership idea Try It and see MunicipalOwnership Bubble kkA Detroit alderman wants Detroit to go into the making of bricks In a recent speech he declared that we are In the grasp of the brick trust rwben we could reduce prices 100 per cent If we could manufacture our own brick It Is a pity the learned gen tleman could not have figured out a reduction of 110 per cent for then De trolt could have made bricks not only 4 for nothing but coined a premium of ft 10 per cent as well The free coinage of bricks would be an Interesting eco nomic diversion i k H A request for the last annual report rr of the municipal electric light plant Inn Michigan town of less than 2000 In habitants elicited from the manager the laconic reply About three thou ksand In the hole last year The situa IIr tion can be relieved however by ther councilla for the purpose of the hole on behalf of the park department thus showing a profit of 500 on the books of the lighting commission kkT- he municipal pawnshop of Liege Belgium is not as popular as It was expected to be The hope that being conducted for the people by the peo pIe to lend money as the collateral of- FI the people a man could borrow 500 on 450 worth of Jewelry has not beenI realized I IAFrench Telephone Experience San Francisco Chronicle Is responsible I for the following item in re gard to Nantes France t Some years ago there was a private telephone system which tho paternal government took over After some years trial the government has just received a petition signed by 10000 persons each of whom pays at least 80 a year for telephone service requesting 1 1 that the telephone system be I sold to some private company because under a private company they got tnt better service wore treated with polite ness Instead of Insolence and had com plaints attended to instead of being Ig IIporedJ n r British Lighting Plants Sold w By a vote of 41 to 2 the Bath city cor poration has decided to sell tho muffle s ipal lighting plant which it purchased sIn 1890 As this had been run at a loss even without allowing for deprte elation the sale will result In an 1m mediate reduction of local taxes The Irish Independent states The Bray urban council have decided to offer for sale their electric light works which have been run at a very heavy loss while the cost of pub lic lighting was in excess of that of Dublin although tho lamps were pnly lighted for a third of tho time they were In the metropolis The Dublln municipal plant how ever was run at a loss last year of over 20000 Irrespective of deprecia tion which would have brought the loss up to 50000 X49 1 A Losing Game Tile city council of England Ark has passed an ordinance leasing tho municipal electric light and water plants for six years Au inquiry as to the cause of tills action brought the following replytV Tjhe reason that the town wanted to leaso these was because for it to tiope13te them was a losing game and t 1Itcould not afford It t The Telephone In Greece According to tho United States con sul at Athens the telephone service in Greece Is restricted bad and a source of loss to the government He believes that private enterprise It well backed financially could obtain a favorable concession from the Greek parliament on condition Itundertook to Install and wqrk an efficient systiB Electrical TlmeaT ta A L W ltaUt PRESIDENTS WRATH APPEASED An Apology Reestablishes Ekstromer In Administrations Good Books Washington June iIt the inclin ations of the president are followed the exequator of Charles A A Ek stromer as vice consul of Sweden at St Louis which was withdrawn sole time ago will be reissued to him Mr Ekatromer incurred the personal die pleasure of the president by addressing him a letter which was regarded as impertinent and discourteous It was In relation to the refusal of Mr Roosevelt to receive a committee of citizens from St Louis who came to repreeentytlonein pers Tho president has received an apologetic letter from Mr Bkstromer which is entirely satisfactory to him and this he hRs turned over to the state department with a statement that he line no objection to the rels sunnce of the exequatur to Mr Kk stromer if tho state department is willing A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and cold is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recom mended for babies and children but good for every member ol the family It contains no opiates and does not constipate Contains honey anti tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists SOLD STRAWBERRY TREES Illinois Man Worked Graft on Many Farmers and Is Now In Jail Danville Ill Juno 7H S Blake has been committed to jail accused ofi fleecing farmers by selling a species ofI strawbvry plants which he said would grow to the height of a small tree making It easier to pick the berry than from an ordinary vine A number of far mers made purchases The plants refused to grow to the height assured by Mr Blake but instead never got above the size of other vines The plants were costly however and this rankled In the hearts of the pur chasers Blake did a large business until the nature of his deception be came known Farmers who bought the plants are Insisting on prosecution A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Loiis St Dallas Tex says In the past year I have become acquaintedwith Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxa tive I ever before tried so effectually disposes of malaria and billiousness They dont grind nor gripe 25C by Severs Drug Co LEAVES MOUNTED MAN BEHIND Old Soldier Runs Away From Police man and the Workhouse Lexington Ky June 7To escape a workhouse sentence Frank Tatman an exConfederate soldier ran a race with a mounted policeman and won Tatman who Is sixtyfive years old returned last night from the Richmond Va Confederate reunion He had been drinking and was arrested and brought before Police Judge Riley Ho pleaded so hard for mercy that Judge Riley told him It he would win II race from the mounted policeman ho could go free Tatman ran three blocks with the officers horse and won by three feet Ho was Immediately re leased Several hundred people saw the race This little pig went to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well what the matter her dear little cheeks sue so white Poor little tummy is aching naughty old pain go away Cuscasweets mother must give her then shell be bright as the day It is sold here bv all druggists Didnt Make a Hit Berlin June iThe Gorman Amer- Ican theatre here which was devoted to the production of tho plays portray ing comically the adventures of Ger man emigrants in America and stories of their success turned out a failure and has voluntarily closed after four fairly successful years the last of which was less fortunate than the others Conductor In Trouble El Paso Tex June iJohn Sea mans a conductor on the Mexican Central is in jail charged with smug glnig Chinamen into this country With Seamans at the time he Was ar rested were three Chinamen who say they accompanied him across tho line Coffeyvllle Mo June 7 William Curtis a wealthy cattleman was kill ed on his farm in the Osage nation Oklahoma thirtyfive miles from hero- In a quarrel with a young farm hand named Shabler who has been placed In jail at Sedan Kan The Magic No 3 Number three is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar GroveMe according to a letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatl discouraged by the 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things belonging to 1 others Chicago RecordHerald i His Favorite Descent i Rut why dont you care to take chlltt dren 1 asked the lady who was hunt lag for a flat- Recausc they take up too much room In time elevator grumbled the despotic janitor Well my little boy wont use the elevator Will thud satisfy you No If he dont use the elevator ho will scratch up the steps every time I he comes down Rut he wont come down the steps What He wont come down the I stepsNo he will slide down the hauls tersDetrolt Tribune I Quite Appropriate- I I understand that the De Styles are to have a real novelty at their next function T t What Is It A society minstrel show I Thats nothing new I Oh but theyre going to have skeletons I from family closets to rattle the I bones Baltimore American I C In Safety I J arYSo your greatgrundfatber was In the battle of Bunker lull What poslI tion had he r I think he was under the blllIPhiladelphia Telegram The Useful Boxes I dont suppose It would worry you very much little boy said old Growl er If there was no such thing asI soapSure I It would replied the raggedo youngster It dey wuznt no soap ley wouldnt be no soap boxes torr make sprcss wagons outoroPhlladelC phia Press Bitter Jest Well I have succeeded In making I two blades of grass grow where 0 1 1lone grew last year GoodtYes If I keep doubling up like that every spring In about 1000 years Ill I have a lawn Washington Herald The Considerate Wife Mrs Rogers Is a perfect slave to her husband What does she do Would you believe It Every year on hits birthday she gets up In time to eat breakfast with hhnJudge- A Wise Precaution Little Ethel Mamma dont people ever get punished for telling the truth Mamma No dear Why do you ask Little Ethel Cause I Just tooked the t last three tarts In the pantry and 1 thought Id letter tell you Overheard In the City Mrs De Style admiring baby In car riage Isnt that a small baby Wilfred aged eight interrupting Ma hind to get a little one because we live In a flat you know Bohemian Saying the Wrong Thing Miss Elder fradyNQ man has everr tried to kiss me Mr Brakes politely I assure youL maam I see no reason to doubt IttICleveland Leader t t Internal DiscordsTeacher Johnnie what was the ap Ih plo of discord Johnnie I aint sure but I guess It must a been a green oleKammss City Timestt The Same but How Different We met onco more upon the beach Where she and I had parted The summer beach where yesteryear She left me broken hearted And do you lovo me stilt she said I answered Can you doubt It f Behold the curl you gave me delirII never am without It But when she saw that silken tress Her manner grew quite cold That lock was Jetty blackjwtillo now Her hair Is burnished told = Adair Bfrawson IrTBohemlanr h BARRED FROM CAPITOL ConfedErate Veterans Flaunting Rebel Flag Had to Lower Colors Washington June 5One hundred armed Confederate veterans Tennessee carrying the stars andII bars were denied admission to theyhadI The old soldiers came to Washington from the Richmond reunion and after visiting the White House marched down capitolthey would be allowed admission only ae private citizens and not as an or ganised body Congressman John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee who ao companied the veterans entered a protest xrrltNjust I ices from to prcve mert a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Ltt me send it nw It is snowwhite creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives instant Bud last ing relief to Catnrth of the nose and throLt MHke the tree test and see for yourself what this preparation gun anti willaccomplish Addieis Dr Shoup Racine Vis Large Jars 30 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co St Petersburg June LA number of Important letters written by the late Constantine Fobedonostseff while procurator general of tho Holy Synod are appearing In The Archive the leading historical Journal of Russia The missives deal with events imme diately following the assassination of Alexander II and shed new light on the fate of the constitution that had been drafted by Loris Mellkoff The great mass of Pobedonostseffs correspondence la deposited under soap In the Runialntseff historical museum of Moscow and according to his will these documents may not be published for ten years Copies of the present letters which are addressed to Mo tutoheff were given by Pobedonoatseff in 1S96 to the editor of The Archive with the understanding that they be published posthumously It has been fairly well established that Alexander II at the time of his assassination was about to proclaim the constitu tion drafted by Mellkoff who was then virtual dictator of Russia and estab lish parliamentary Institutions The death of the emperor was even as cribed to a reactionary plot to pre vent the promulgation of this consti tution The letters fully confirm the existence of this constitution and give details of the intrigues following the accession to the throne of the succes sor of 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courtship is reversed when n street ear conductor or motor man tolls In love lIe seldom hits n night ofT and the little time he gets In the morning line to be used for sleep AH n result his sweetheart has to call on him Aral she visits him on the olllclal nights Wednesday and Sunday while Ill Is at work On the Haddlug toss line there are several conductors mid niotornun whose faithful sweethearts ride over the route with them two and three nights n week Its rath sr trying sometimes for n trolley mass to express his sentiment between guar ids with cranky passengers but n smile from the girl In time corner keeps him in good humor Some of the girls ride until the end of the past run and see taken safely home by their sweet liaarts Philadelphia Record The Nebraska Parrot Only a few naturalists and early ter- itorial settlers know that parrots were once numerous In Nebraska says the- incoln State Journal Fifty years ago wore still seen along the Missouri river In southeastern Nebraska but dls ppoared very suddenly nfter tho first- ettlement In that region rho Nebras a parrot was the Carolina parrakeot Conurus carolluensls It has n beautiful green mid yellow plumage so in appearance as to arrest the attention of tho early hunter Besides this the birds gathered in large flocks nnd were so exceedingly tame md simple that tho whole flock was easily killed Add to this that the birds were fine eating anti their feathers at ractlvc trophies of the hunt and the J ate of tho Nebraska parrot was a- sBaredeuButus 1 aI EGr1t r I Sentenced to D athII I City of Mexico June 6 Florence Morales and Rprnwla Morn were found guilty last night of murdering General Manuel Manillas former president of citydIon court pronounced tie death sentence No date has been set for execution uthln ton June dThe trial of Edwin 8 Holme Jr formerly assistant statistician of the department of agriculture on the charge of Supplying advance information on the cotton crop reports to New York brokers has begun In the supreme court of the District of Columbia Hong Kong June 5Mr Pollard a Methodist missionary at ChaoTung Fn has been mercilessly beaten by the Chinese His lung was pierced by a weapon The missionaries are flock Ing Into Hong Kong from the Swatow anti Pakhol districts Ashand Jane Marvin and Don Mathers brothers fought a duel here with Knives while dunking Marvin was killedlnstantly and Don with a number of wounds In his body Is not expected to recover The tone of the New York stock market has become very weak alai Remarkable Rescue That truth Iis stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper He writes I was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope Iud fled when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughing soon ceased the bleeding diminished rapidly and in three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed for coughs and 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of all the loyalty fidelity and constant love which a woman can ever render to titan Who that ever heard can forget the manner in which she pronounced those wordllIHer faith Inspired him her confidence assured him her very weakness strengthened him Her devotion toII his memory has perhaps never been oxcelled among women life name t was constantly upon her lips With justifiable pride she spoke of his virtues the noble qualities of mind and heart and his surpassing affection manifest In e ery act toward h-ere do not believe that these latter years of hers have been lost years I There Iis a ministration that comes I with pain and sorrow There Iis i beauty of soul a patience trust nl111I gentleness that flourish amid the shadows747JJCHE51ER Slunfing Rifles From the ten different Winchester repeaters you can surely select a rifle adapted for hunting your favorite game be it squirrels or grizzly bears No matter which model you select you can count on its being well made ac curate and 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Bvadu ville Steamers TarasconTell Leave fcmisville Momlav Weilnvs lay Friday and Saturday 4 p tu Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p tn Through freight rates and passer pit tickets to Cincinnati Freight fliip meats delivered quicker than ty rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 176 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splndid accommodations for stock General Office 154156i5S 4th at Louisville Ky- CV WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON SIDt KndolorIndigMtkm t ges tiwhatyouet K WIr L I i 1 t llI lIJIIof WATER a H RRIESaJ H DEATH AND DESTRUCTION t Twenty People Meet Death In Water Spout In Little Town of Gradyville KyTown Almost Wiped Out of Existence S Columbia Ky June 10The most Vivid imagination would be unable to comprehend the terrible destruction of life and property in the waterspout that visited GradyvilleAdair countyat 1030 oclock Friday night Twenty lives were snuffed out in almost an instant and homes were crushed like eggshells as they were hurled along by the raging torrents of Big Creek on which the little town was situated As early as S oclock Friday night the lightning began to play almost incess antly and the low rumble of distant thunder could be heard in the west The sky became overcast with murky clouds of inky blackness and by 930 rain was falling but not to an alarming extent However the inhabitants of the peaceful little town of Gradyville anticipating no harm retired for the night not realizing how soon twenty precious souls would be hurled into the presence of their Maker and into a watery grave It was 1010 according to the best time obtainable when there was a cloud burst a short distance up the creek above the town and in a few moments a wall of water twenty feet high rushed down upon the sleeping village houses were swept off their foundations like so much cinder and the frightened occupants rushed here and there in an attempt to escape a watery grave The wails and screams of women and children with no means of rescue at hand could be heard above the roar of the storm and angry rush of waters was most pitable indeed in the Inky blackness of the night Buildings were dashed against trees and crushed like egg shells and the occupants would be thrown at the mercy of the flood and drowned only to be whirled on and on for miles below by the resist less force of the current For three or four miles below the town great piles of debris can be seen on both sides of the creek banks Car pets beds clothing furniture men and womens wearing apparel cook stoves harness and buggies and many other ar ticles that wore swept out of the houses carried away are scattered here and there in the drifts and hanging on the branches of the trees twenty and twen tyfive feet high A pair of mens trousers were seen hanging on a limb at least thirty feet from the ground and the body of one of the victims is said to have been found wedged in the forks of a big tree standing in midsteam A citizen said he was awakened by the deluge of water and living on a high poihthe could see the flood easily and that a house came floating down in the current of the stream with a lighted lamp at one of the windows and he could plainly hear the pitiful wails of a woman calling for help but he was powerless to lend anyassistance because to venture in the swollen stream meant deathIt said that about eighteen build ings were swept away by the flood three store houses being among the number the large roller mill of J A Diddle was wrecked the engine room was completely demolished and the boiler carried down stream possibly a mile and torn in two The force of the current can be judged from the fact that a large iron safe was found in the stream 800 yards below where it started fromIn many respects N H Moss is th heaviest sufferer by reason of the dis aster Seven members of his family were drowned in his absence and the place where his dwelling stood bears neither stick stone nor branch to mark the spot as habitable Where his pleas ant twostory house stood on Friday surrounded by useful outhouses garden and orchard there is now a bare plat of ground with no plant nor shrub not even a foundation stone His was one I In addition to our I Ilullr and Complete Stock or f I IPipeand Pipe Fittings Pumps IInjectors Shafting Greases Pulleys BeltI Ir Steam Engines Gas Engines 1- tIt IGasolene Engines Mill Supplies Ili Boiler Flues Paint and Boiler J IFronts Wire Fencing Grate Bars I1 t new and secondhand Stoves til IIwe beg 0 an Ious to the public that we 1 I with us a r- r r I I I FirstClagsTinner Gild are prepared to do all kinds of tfn galvanized and sheet jrm work promptly accurately and at reasonable prices consistent with good workmanship and ma trialiJ v We also do general Foundry Ma chine and Boiler Work 4 Hot water and steam heaters in stalled Satisfaction guaranteed Correspondence solicited andtt Machine Coff a t r tGla YrI r 3r t+ f C y ICen1 yckyL1 r R cr fII = 771 iJr 11J of the most substantial dwellings in the hamlet yet no one can say pointing to wreckage along the Big Creek bottom that it once belonged to N H Moss Yet his hardships might have been harder for his two young daughters Ora and Mollie were on their way to visit relatives in Louisville when the storm brewed and broke and so es caped injury They were the sole comfort of their father Of a family of six all that is left to Dr L C Nell State Senator is his little daughter Katherine When the first news of the disaster was circulated Dr Nell himself was numbered among the victims but he was away from Ijome on a professional call His life was saved but his spirit broken He rode about yesterday as a man bereft of all hope in life and saw his son Jas Weedon Nell taken from the drift He is still searching for the bodies of his wife and three sons Columbus Hill suffered complete loss of family and possessions His wife and infant son were both drowned and the body of Mrs Hill has not yet been found The little sons tiny form was picked up Saturday and prepared for burial Mr Hill was absent in Greens burg when Gradyviile was torn asunder Mrs Calfernia Wilmore her daugh ter Mrs Ada Williams and her grand daughter were all drowned The bodies of the two women have been recovered The body of Prul Wilson aged nine teen yearsthe only child of his parents was found 300 yards from the creek bed in the center of a corn field All the bodies so far recovered bear bruises and other marks showing that they were sadly buffeted by the obstructions and drift which filled the water Mrs J W Keltner an aged woman and Miss Venie Moss a young kins woman weredrowned when they rushed in panic from the cottage in which they lived Jacob Nelson a stone inspector of Greensburg soninlaw of Mrs Keltner had gone to Gradyville on Thursday in order to bury the body of his infant daughter Accompanied by his wife and two small sons he had gone to the Keltners to spend a few days before returning to Greensburg Shortly after 10 oclock Friday night the cottage began to fill with water and was forced from its foundation Looking into the swirling mass outside Nelson realized that the only hope for his loved one was to stick to the house GARRETT GARRETT KY Joe Sciferes was in Louisville to see his sister lire Dick Brown who has appendicitis and his nephew William Goebel Brown returned with him R H Dowell and family were at Brandenburg Thursday Mrs Ada Dhouau mid children went to Cloverport Sunday to be present at the decoration of Mr Dlionaus grave by the M W ol A Mr and Mrs Lum HamjlTon visited Mr and Mrs Coooer of Vine Grove Saturday and Sunday Miss Minnie Smith and cousin Mrs Reuben Beauregard of Eldon Mo were guests of Misses Foushee one day last week Good pasture for rent by Mrs Will DhonauGeorge Miles of Louisville visited his father Wm Miles and his brother John returned home with him remain lug until Sunday T G Roby is on the sick list Kelly and Curtis Miles are visiting W W Miles and family W W Miles and family entertained Thursday Those present were MesJsucs A A Peak Mary A Ritchie Henry Peak Mary Eliza Wright and Beatrice Tuell and family Miss Francis Sipes is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Sipes Miss Fannie Shacklett is spending this week with her brother Dan Shack lett of near Rock Have- nSTEPHENSPORT STEPHENSPORT KY Miss Mary Alexander of Branden burg is visiting her cousin Mrs Dr NevittMr y and Mrs Wright have returned to their home at Sobreo James and Robert Tinius of Holt were guests of their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Chas Tinius Sunday Godfrey Haswell and family of Har dinsburg are guests of Mr and Mrs Geo McCubbins Mrs Withers of New Cethel visited her daughter Mrs Scott Bell Sunday The Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet on Wednesday after the third Sunday Miss Eula Hensley will be present and give an in teresting talk on missionary work Pete Roff of Kansas is visiting his mother Mrs Betsy Roll Mrs Ollie Lay left last week for New Albany to be with her daughter Mrs Sam Reynolds John Chaffin is still confined to his bed IPKerbiel Ine Is1mprovinglowly Mrs Hebby Robinson has returned from Owensboro where she spent the t fiOJ v rg BODY GLEANING EVERY SPRING l 1 MORE URGENT THAN HOUSE GLEANING t Many Women Have Discovered That a Course of Treatment With Peruna Cleanses the System of the Accumulations of WinteraY L i = = MRS ALICE BRADLEY Mrs Alice Bradley Thorold Ont Can writes Two years ago 1 became weak and rundown and as time passed I gradually failed until a year owhen I experienced a stroke of paralysis which affected one side and I was helples- sI called in professional medical treatment but steadily grow worse mybedhaving taken four bottles of it I was ablo to be out and a wonder to myself and friends- I consider Peruna a great blessing to the afflicted I may add that my daughter has also used Poruna and has been blessed with renewed health 1 believe Peruna saved our lives Clean Up Once a Year springCFace powaers may hide a rough skin but Poruua helps to produce a skin that need not no hidden The source of good blood is good di gestion Perunrfaids digestion Those people who have regular bodily functions have a clear and delicate skin Peruna helps to restore these functions Most skin deformities depend upon systemic derangements which cannot becorrected by local treatments Peruna is a systemic remedy reorgan izing and regulating the whole body winter with relatives Mrs M L Roberts and Andrew Craw ford spent Sunday in Gloverport Mrs S C Connor has returned from dastwithHenry Nevitt has returned from Bran denburg Miss Zula Bowlds of Cloverport vis ited Miss Mona Robinson last week Mr and Mrs Dejarnette of New Bethel wers guests of Mr aud Mrs Scott Bell Sunday Jamie Hawkins returned last week from Danville where he has been at tending college PATESVILLE PATESVILLE KY E O Gordon was at Dukes Saturday on businessMiss Lamb went to Hawesville Saturday Dr W L Laulace returned to Horse Branch Wednesday Laurence Laulace weut to Hawesville Saturday on business Several from here attended the ice cream supper atpukes Saturday even ingMrs R W Frymire spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Laura Gist above townMr and Mrs Ed Gabbert of Victoria were in town Saturday shopping Mrs Walter Jarboe who has been quite ill for some time is not improved at this writing Messrs Chas Gabbert Matt Jarboe and J T Parson attended court t Hawesville Monday of this week Mr Ores Laulace of Tell City nd came home Saturday to be at tat bed side of his sister Mrs Walter Jarboe who is quite ill Mrs Thos Pulliam of the Bethlehem neighborhood spent Sunday with her thIsiplaceThe Buffalo Courier thinks Henry Wattersons dark horse with a mustache is good material for an animal story It is much better for a fairy tale however Ii f t Health and Complexion Strength and Beauty fDepend Upon Clean Blood and 1 t Good Digestion t Mrs Daniel Passmoro Wclland Ontario Can writes i- uFor three years I was severely aflllcted with stom ach trouble and for days at a time 1 could not eat any i thing jl grew thin in flesh had headaches and was the i picture of despair tt- I was attended by three doctors bnt got no good S results j Finally I began the nso of Peruna I soon noticed an Improvement and after using three bottles I was able to relish a meal in fact could eat anything Today I feel well and strong 1 consider that Porn na has saved my life and 1 shall always praise it l MASC BroadwayPltlsburgIas Last spring I caught a severe cold ofCAtarrhneither eat nor sleep well uA member of our club who had been cured of catarrh through the use of Peruna advised me to try it and I did so at once III expected help but nothing like the wonderful change for the better 1 ob served almost as soon as I started taking it In three days I felt much better and within a week I was well- I continued taking the entire bottle Gives All The News The following letter from a Clover port Miss appeared on the Childrens Page of the Evening Post of last Sat urday evening Dear Aunt Beth I am a new member at least I wish to be to the Childrens Page and I wish you would please send me a button badge I am a little girl eleven years old and am the only child I have just gotten over the measles I have an old cat whose name is Charley Fallen and she has four little black kittens who havent gotten their eyes open yet and they are all alike It has been raining here the last few days and is raining n ow Well I will close Your niece Eloise Nolte Cloverport Ky f 1t 125 IANIEL PASSMORE f- II and within two weeks I was in fine j healthPeruna Is a wonderful medicine t 1 fivUleaa- My1I health has been better generally this spring and summer than it has been for four years and Ihave worked nearly everyday I I suffered with dysentery and bowel trouble Your remedy also cured my wife ot constipation II I wish you continued micce + e with your great medicine JVriinn Jamestown lxposition Rates I I Specla Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will sold at reduced rates tp local points good to return Sundaya I Republican State Convention o National Association Rates 1300 to Louisville and return fromrCloverport June 24 25 and 26 Return q limited to June 29 f 01 0 O3= 1 X 4L geetheTha Kind You Have Always Bout 2r 11 A Branch Line Points To v A Louisville and Return Via The Henderson Ro- uteS6idayJrnie 1 16 A grand opportunity to visit beautiful Fon taine Ferry and the great White City 11 Train Leaves Foidsvlllq6 io1rMht itFals of Rough 7 16x i Glendeane T 36 r H r ln burg8 14 Harned i7YIoh 812j ftI rfIfvingtonArrive Louisville 12 16 p mfReturn-ing leaves Louisville 6 15 p m FOR FULL INFORMATION ASK THE AGENT r I 4z be FOR DYSPEPSIAtGrCT e W J c LOLA1RtU j r rIl 11 l rMAXID CHUT AT 7ME U 02TOXV W X C DWITT ie COMPANY CHICAGO XM For SI b II DrVfIce- o xl I l