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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nS F 4 I 7 J i jSF THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSat+ 1 f ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT yx VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1907 8 Pates NO 50 ifJ J LOCAL UNION i 4i A S OF E ORGANIZED Business Men of Cloverport Join Hands With farm rs In Count ty Organizationt A local union of the A S of E composed of the business men of Clov erport was organized in this city on Tuesday night of last week The meeting was called to order by Captain Sam J Baker who delivered an address outlining the purpose of the meetingThe officers were elected for the ensuing year President C W Hamman vicepresident S P Conrad treasurer Fred W Fraize secretary J C Nolte H L Stader was appointed as a del egate to the meeting called for next Monday night at Hardinsburg for the purpose of organizing local union of the business men of that place The first Wednesday night of each 1 1month has been set for the regular meetings of the local union PATESVILLE PATESVILLE KY Mrs T G Lynch has been quite ill for several days James Nix and John Parson went to Hawesville Monday Mrs T W Harmon was ill a few r days of last week Mrs Katie Barnett of Rockport Ind spent last week with relatives at this place Ores Laulace of Tell City is spend ing a few weeks with his parents Dr and Mrs W L Laulace George Polk and children ot Tobins port were the guests of Thos Lynch and family Wednesday and Thursday Jeane Audley the mysterious Woman still exists in the community near this place and Bethlehem- Dry WL Laulace of Horse Branch was called to the bedside of his daugh ter Mrs Walter Jarboe Monday of last week Mr and Mrs John Traverse of Evansville spent last week with their daughter Mrs Chas Gabbert of this placeMr and Mrs F K Gordon and children of Central City were called to the bedside of her mother Mrs T G Lynch Wednesday Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch of Clover port spent several days of last week the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs T G Lynch Messrs Clifton Corley and Ernest Kincaid attended the Hancock county teachers examination at Hawesville Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs N Starks and children spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Epheriam Hatfield of near Beth lehemMr and Mrs E O Gordon and g and children Stella and Lucian and Mrs Ollie Lynch and baby Lucile I spent Tuesday of last week with Mr GoeringII Mrs Bell Frymire and children of t Horse Branch were called to the bed W side of her sister Mrs Walter Jarboe Wednesday who is ill of consumption Thetrial held at this place Monday P againSt the Roseville or Lyonia boysI rw for the mistreatment of the mysterious Jennefmade her appearance a moments l too late TAR FORK TAR FORK KY Powell Tabeling is improving rapidly from his illness and is going about Mrs Lizzie Hawkins and son Forrest of Ohio county spent a few days last week at the home of her daughter Mrs C L GoffIMr and Mrs O W Rice were in Cloverport last Thursday r Mrs Felix Dunn returned home with her Creek mother Mrs Campell on Tar I j Eli Jackson killed a rattle snake while plowing which measured three feet and eight inches and put it on ex j hibition at Chancellor Bros store Mr Samnel Muffett owns a horse that is thirtytwo years old find looks as r + if it would live many years yet Mr and Mrs W W McCarty came up fro m Owensborq last Wednesday fqr pan indefinite visit to their daughter Mrs T H Bates y + Miss Annie Murphy has returned to ha httiw la Chicago Jv J I THE MARSHALL FAMILY OF IRVINGTON STEPHENSPORT Death of John ChaffinNews Items in General of the Town and Vicinity- STEPHENSPORT KY Rev Long of Kingswood is holding a series of meetings at the M E church We hope to have a grand revival Yandel Sargent came up from Owens boro Sunday to visit his mother Mrs Georgia Sargent Mr and Mrs W A Pettit of Tell City were guests at the Conn house Sunday Miss Esther Payne returned home from Hardinsburg Monday where she has been visiting friends Miss Lelia Hawkins left Sunday for Louisville to visit relatives Grover Jarrett medown from Louis ville Sunday to visit relatives He and his parents left here several years ago to make their home in Texas Mr and Mrs K B Blaine and chil nren spent Saturday and Sunday in Irvington the guests of Mr and Mrs James Biggs- Thursday evening as the sun was sinking behind the western hills the messenger of death entered the home of John Chaffin and wafted his spirit away to the pearly portals He leaves a wife and six childrentwo sons and four daughterswho will miss the footsteps of a good parent husband and neigh bor But God knows best and we are all rifting down to the valley of theJJ shadow of death Mrs Godfrey Haswell and daughter returned to their home in Hardinsburg Saturday Miss Mary Basham was the guest oftt Miss Corinne Conn Saturday and Sun dayS C Connor will leave soon for Owensboro where he has charge of the railroad section Miss Corinne Conn left Tuesday for Charlestown and Marysville Ind for aII few days stay John Gardner returned Sunday from Garfield where he has been visiting his sonMr and Mrs S C Connor are visit ing in Charlestown and Marysville Ind TG Connor and bride will arrive here Saturday from Canton Ohio Dies at Ekron Mrs Rena Drake wife of the Rev L P Drake of Centertown OhioII county while visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D R Shacklett here vasII taken sick with flux and in spite of the skill of three physicians died Sunday I morning at three oclock and was buried in the Ekron cemetery SheII leaves a husband and two smalljj children to mourn the loss of a wife and mothers love She was a sister of Mrs Z T Cox of this place Dr W J Shacklett of Nolin Dr W G Shacklett of Pitts Point and Rev B M Shacklett oj Pattinsburg Md We extend to the bereaved husband and children our deepest sympathy also to the parents of this noble woman rsJd McAfee returned to Irving ton Monday afternoon r V YOUNG WIFE DIES Illness of Mrs William Darst I Ends in Death Mrs William Darst died at the home of her husband last Friday after noon after an illness of several weeks Besides her husband Mrs Darst leaves a baby only few a weeks old and a son five years old and to these as well i as other relatives thecommunityssym pathy is extended Mrs Darst was the daughter of Mr and MrsWm Mullenwho survive her and was aged thirtyfour years She was a consecrated Christian woman and was universally love- dGUSTON GUSTON KY Mr and Mrs G T Marshall of Irv ington were the guests of Mrand Mrs A O Marshall Saturday Raymond Lmrbin went to Louisville SaturdayThe Sunday did considerable damage to the telephone lines Mrs Milt Dowell who was struck by lightening last Tuesday is much im proved at this writing George Board of Louisville came down Saturday to see his mother who has been sick and returned to the city MondayMr Mrs A O Marshall went to Irvington Sunday to see Mr and Mrs G T Marshall Joe Board who has been attending school at Brandenburg for the past month has returned home Fanners in this neighborhood have begun to cut wheat A large crowd attended church at Hill Grove Sunday Not being enough room in the churchquite a number had to stay out in the yard Charles Sipes was the guest of Mr and Mrs Dan Dowell Saturday and Sunday Death of Infa- ntJu J4f4 William Scales the adopted infant son of Arthur and Amelia Scales who died June 20 was buried that after noon in the Cloverport cemetery The services were conducted by the Rev B MCurrie FIFTY CENTS DECLINE IN PRICE Of FLOUR Owensboro Messenger A decline in the price of flour of fifty cents a barrel was announced Saturday by the secretary of the Ohio Valley Millers Association 505 per barrel now being the fixed price of the asso ciations prnduct The reduction in the price of flour is brought by the splendid yield of the new crop of wheat which is now being harvested and which is said to be of the finest quality of any crop raised for a number of years and although the acre age is not up to tha average the yield will be abundant and almost a bumper crop is promised in the Ohio valley No change in the price of wheat will be made at present and probably not I until the now crop begins to come to market The nillers are now paying 89 cents for first class wheat I bars HarryStnm of Sacremento is the guest of Mrs Foster Heyser v S HARDINSBURG News In General of the County Seat HARDINSBURG Ky Coonty Court last Monday Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough is visiting Mrs L B Reeves Roy Moorman was in Louisville laat weekCommisioner Lee Walls sold several tracts of land at the Court house door MondayAbout 25 men are now employad at the Fair Grotnds Considerable work has already been done on the grand stand and stables Childrens Day will be observed at the M E Church South next Sunday There will be a song service heldat tht M E church South Wednesday evening June 26 Mrs W G Haswell returned home Saturday from an extended visit to MrII and Mrs G W McCubbins at Steph ensportDr F L Lightfoot of Cloverport was in town Monday- W F Keys of Irvington will mote his well boring machinery here next week and begin drilling wells for the Canning Com any and the Fair Asso ciationMrs Blanche Read Misses Anita Beard Margaret Beard Rosa Leu Ditto and Leila McGary and Messrs T J Moore Lewis Kincheloe Roy Moorman E C Hately and Dr E F Day spent Tuesday at the Tar Springs- T J Moore and J P Haswell J were guests at Mr and Mrs D C Moormans Sunday- R 0 Penick who has been sick is able to be up town again Mr John Squires who has keen ill for several weeks remains in about the same condition Henry Lewis is able to be at his place of business after a weeks Illness Mrs Mary C Heston has repaired and painted her residence on Main streetHenry Head of Rosetta was in town MondayBate Herndon of Irvington the well known insurance agent was in town last week Mrs Gus Brown was the guest of Mr and Mrs A B Richardson at Garfield last week Mra W F Hook was visiting Mr and Mrs Thomas Blythe at Irvington last week Lewis 8 Beard have completed the county stable located near the livery stable TO ORGANIZE AT HARDINSBURG A meeting of the business men of Hardinsburg will be held on Monday July 1 at 8 oclock p m for the pur pose of organizing a local union of the A S of E Every one is requested to be present Robeert A Osborne has returned to his home at Holt from Augusta Kansas where he attended school this past term Mrs Fontaine of Louisville is visit ing relatives at Holt IF PERRY PERKINS DEAD II Sudden Demise of Aged Citizen In Mattingly Vicinity Mr Perry Perkins a well known citi zen of the Mattingly vicinity died sud denpy at his home on last Saturday morning of heart disease The fatal attack came upon Mr Per kins as he was climbing a fence on his farm and he fell to the ground whore his body was found some time latet by his daughter Miss Mary Perkins who had gone in search of him Mr Perkins was in his seventysecond year and up to the time of the fatal at tack of Saturday had enjoyed good health He leaves a wife and six chil dren The children are W V J E Charles G D H C R 0 and Misses Sallie Mary and Mina Perkins With the exception of Miss Sallie Perkins who lives in Louisville the above named are residents of this county BIG SPRING BIG SPRING KY Dr Strother after attending the ses sion of the American Medical Associa tion at Atlantic City N J visited Philadelphia New York City Jamestown Exposition and Washington City returned home last Saturday He was accompanied by his wife and sister Miss Zelma Miss Ada Meador who accidentally shot herself is getting along nicely and her attending physician thinks she will soon be out Mr and Mrs Steadman Robinson of Hlizabethtown was lucre last Tuesday to see Miss Ada Meador Mr and Mrs T C Williams and lit tie daughter of West Point visited her parents Mr and Mrs John H Meador last week The infant child of Mr and Mrs Sam Allgood died Thursday Miss Verna Dehoney who has been here in charge of the millinery department at H Meyers returned to her home at Columbia Ky Wednesday- Mrs Laura Caldwell of Stith tOn who was the guest of Mrs E A Strother during the absence of Dr Strotber wife and sister returned to her home Friday Mrs Mary Haywood of Baltimore and Mrs Stella Stith of Elizabethtown were the guests of James V Clarkson s family and other relatives the last two weeksMr Moss of Tampa Fla is here visiting H Meyer and family Mrs John Hicks and little daughter Mildred of Port Arthur Texas arrived Friday for a months stay with her parents Mr and Mrs W H Doran Mrs McConnell and children are at Kuttawa visiting her mother Mr Chas Drury of Bewleyville accompanied by Mr Wm Wlsehart were here Thursday Gabe Meador of Louisville ia here at the bedside of his sister Miss Edna Dowell went to Louisville Sunday to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Kit Weymoth visited Mr and Mrs John H Meador last Sun dayMr and Mrs Guy Meador returned to Louisville Friday after beiug at the bedside of his sister Miss Ada Karl Meyer returned home Wednes day from Louisville where he has been attending school Mrs John H Meador and children have returned from Louisville She was accompanied home by her sister Miss Carrie MillwardrDr Raymond Meador who was hereI during the absence of Dr Strother has returned to his home at Custer Mr and Mrs W H Kemper returned to Irvington Friday after a weeks stay with her mother Mrs Julia ClarksonI Black Jack Notes Ray Sipes has pneumonia Lawrence Tabor and sister Lucyof Hardinsburg visited their uncle A Lamb and other relatives at this place last week and attended the mission ral ley at Hill Grove Sunday Dona and S Miller went to Flaherty ThursdayHarry is on the sick list The road grader is now at work on the Big Spring and Brandenburg road and is doing fine work Farmers are busy plowing now and making ready for harvest Mias Amanda Sipes has returned to Louisville after a weeks visit with her mother Mrs Rosa Sipes who is still very Ul- II A TRIP TO JAMESjj TOWN EXPOSITION V Will Be Given the Young Lady Receiving the Largest Num ber of Votes at theaIks Masonic Picnic to Be Held at Hardinsburg Saturday August 3 SIX TRIPS TO MAMMOTH GAVE THE MASONS HAVE DE CIDED TO GIVE AWAY SEVEN DELIGHTFUL TRIPS AT THEIR FOURTH ANNUAL PICNIC TO BE HELD AT HARDINSBURG rG ON SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1907 THE CHIEF PRIZE IS A i4NERSROAD STATION TO THE r JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION AND RETURN VIA WASHINGTON WITH PRIVIL EGE OF A STOPOVER AT THE NATIONS CAPITAL AND A STEAMER RIDE DOWN THE HISTORIC PO TOMACANDCHESAPEAKEBAY TICKET IS GOOD FOR FIF TEEN DAYS AND ALL EX PENSES WILL BE PAID BY THE PICNIC MANAGE MENT PRIZESAREMAMMOTHEXPENSES PAID THE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST ARE AS FOL LOWSANY MAYENTERWHO IS NOMINATED BY TWO MASONS AND WHO IS A RESIDENT OF BRECK ENRIDGE COUNTY THE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION WILL BE GIVEN TO THE YOUNG LADY RESIDING IN ANY MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF THE COUNTY RECEIVING THE HIGHEST A NUMBER OF VOTES EACH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF THE COUNTY TOONEMAMMOTHYOUNG LADY FROM EACHrDISTRICT WHO RECEIVES THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTESWILL BE AWAR DED THE TRIP VOTES ARE OBTAINED FROM THE SALE OF DIN NER TICKETS AND SPEC IAL TICKETS EACH KIND OF TICKET SELLS FOR 25C AND MAYBE SOLD TO ANY PERSONA fTITLES25 VOTES AND IS ALSO GOOD FOR ONE DINNER AT THE PICNIC- A j SPECIAL TICKET ENTITLES A CANDIDATE TO 100 VOTES ALL TICKETS AND THE lr MONEY THEY REPRE SENT MUST BE TURNED OVER TO THE COMMITTEE NOT LATER THAN 5 PMAUGUST 3 1907AT WHICH TIME THE CONTEST CLOSESTICKETS OF EITHER KIND MAY BE PROCURED AT ANY TIME AND EACH CANDIDATE WILL BE CHARGED WITH THE TICKETS RECEIVED AND REQUIRED TO ACCOUNT FOR TEEM FOR TICKETS OR OTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT ONCE TO- Paul Compton Or Jno P Hasweiyr1 Committee l HARDINSBURG KYIww- ysr i 1 1 s r- fl q pT I C THE LION AND THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN N 4 Story of American Life Novelized From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOtr COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY CtlAPTKIl II- IPi the supreme reward of virtue promisedLThose however of our saga cious fellow countrymen who can afford to make the trip usually manage to see Lutetla before crossing the river Styx Most Americans like Paris some like It so well that they have made It their permanent homethough It must be added that in their admiration they rarely Include the Frenchman For that matter wo are not as a nation particularly fond of any foreigner largely because we do not understand him while the foreign er for his part Is quite willing to ret- urnt the compliment lIe gives the Yankee credit for commercial smart ness which has built up Americas great material prosperity but he has the utmost contempt for our acquaint ance with art and no profound respect for us as scientists The logic of this position set forth In Le Soir In an article on the New World appealed strongly to Jefferson Ryder as he sat in front of the Cafe do la Pals In Paris sipping a sugared vermouth It was 5 oclock the magic hour of the aperitif when the glutton taxes his wits to deceive his stomach and work up an appetite for renewed I IO sal In nuil of the Cife dc la Paix In Paris gorging The little tables were all occupied with tho usual before dinner crowdFascinated by the gay scene around him Jefferson laid the newspaper aside To the young American fresh from prosaic money mad New York the City of Pleasure presented Indeed a novel nUll Ixmtitlfiil spectacle How different lie mused from his ownI city with one fashionable thorough furo Klfth avenue monotonously lined for miles with hideous brown stone residences and showing little real animation except during the Saturday afternoon Iparade when the activities of the snort set name and foiiMlo centered chiefly in such ox citing dlriMwIons as going to Iluylers for soda Inking ten at the Waldorf nnd trying to outdo each other in dross and show New York certainly was n dull place with nil its boasted cosmo politanism It was true he thought the foreigner had indeed learned the secret of enjoy lug life There was assuredly sonic thing else In the world beyond mere money gutting Ills father was a slave to It but he would newer be He was resolved on that Yet with all his ideas of emancipation and progress Jefferson was a thoroughly practical young man lie fully understood tho I value of mone and the of IIItIII t soul in acquiring It dishonorably No Jefferson was no fool Ho lovedII money for what pleasure intellectual I or physical It could give him but hefwould never allow money to dominate his life as his father had done His father ho knew well was not a happy man neither happy himself nor respected by the world He had tolled nil his life to make his vast fortune and now he tolled to take care of it Tho galley slave led a life of luxurious untie compared with John Hurkett Ry for Daltud by the yellow newspapers and magazinesI Investigated by state committees dogged by process serv ers haunted by beggars harassed by blackmailers threatened by kidnapers frustrated In his attempts to bestow charity by the cry tainted money certainly the lot of tho worlds richest man was far from being an enviable I oneThat is why Jefferson had resolved to strike out for himself Ho had warded off the golden yoke which his father proposed to put on his should ers declining the lucrative position made for him In the Empire Trading company and he had gone 00 far as to refuse also the private income his fa ther offered to settle on him Ho would earn his own living A man who bus his bread buttered for him seldom accomplishes anything he had Bald and while hIs father had appeared to be angry at this open opposition fe hl3jfinJie was secretly jJeaspdjt a a at hTs son s xTu Jeucrson was tuorough ly In earnest It needs be ho would forego the great fortune that awaited him rather than be forced into questionable business methods against which his whole manhood revolted Jefferson Ryder felt strongly about these matters and gave them more thought than would be expected of most young men with his opportuni ties In fact he was unusually serious for his age He was not yet thirty but he bad done a great deal of read lug and he took n keen Interest in all the political and sociological questions of the hour In personal appearance he was the type of man that both men and women like tall and athletic look lug with smooth face and clean cut features Ho had the steel blue eyes and the fighting jaw of his father and when he smiled he displayed two even rows of very white teeth He was pop ular with men being manly frank and cordial In his relations with them and women admired him greatly although they were somewhat intimidated by his grave and serious manner The truth was that he was rather diffident with women largely owing to lack of experience with them He had never felt the slightest Inclination for business He had the artistic temperament strongly developed and his personal tastes had little in common with Wall street and its feverish stock manipulating When he was younger he had dreamed of a liter ary or art career At one time ho had even thought of going on the stage but It was to art that he turned finally From an early age be had shown considerable skill as a draftsman and later a two years course at the Acade my of Design convinced him that this was his true vocation He bad begun by Illustrating for tho book publishers and for the magazines meeting at first with the usual rebuffs and disapppolnt ments but refusing to be discouraged he had kept on and soon the tide turn ed His drawings began to be accepted They appeared first in one maga zinc then In another until one day to his great Joy he received an order from an Important firm of publishers for six wash drawings to be used In illustrat- Ing a famous novel This was the beginning of his real success His Illus trations were talked about almost as much as the book and from that timeI on everything was easy He was in great demand by the publishers and very soon the young artist who hadI begun his career of Independence on nothing a year so to speak found him self In a handsomely appointed studio In Bryant park with more orders com ing In than he could possibly fill and J enjoying an Income of little less than I 3000 a year The money was all the sweeter to Jefferson In that be felt be had himself earned every cent of it This summer he was giving himself a well deserved vacation and he had I come to Europe partly to see Paris and I the other art centers about which his fellow students at the academy raved but principally although this he didf not acknowledge even to himself to moot In Paris n young woman In whom he was more than ordinarily In terested Shirley Hossmore daughter I of Judge Hossmore of the United States supreme court who had come I abroad to recuperate after the labors on her now shovel The American Oc topus a book which was then the I talk of two hemispheres Jefferson had read half a dozen reviews of It in as many American pa pers that afternoon at the New York I Heralds rending room in the Avenue do IOperu and he chuckled with glee as he thought how accurately this young woman had described his fa ther The hook had been published under t the pseudonym Shirley Green and he alone had been admitted into the secret of authorship The critics I all conceded that It was the book ofE the year and that It portrayed with a pitiless pen the personalty of the biggest figure In the commercial life of America Although wrote one reviewer the lending character In the hook is given another name there can be no doubt that time author Intended t to give to the world a vivid pen portrait I of John Burkett Ryder She has suc ceoded in presenting a remarkable I character study of the most remarka ble man of his time I He was particularly pleased with the reviews not only for Miss Rossmores rake but also because his own vanity Was gratified Had be not collabor ftted on tho book to the extent of nc rjuaintng the author with details of its fathers life and his character titles which no outsider could possibly have learned There had been no disloyalty to his father In doing this Jefferson admired his fathers smart ness It he could not approve his methods He did not consider the bookII an attack on his father but rather a powerfully written pen picture of an extraordinary stun The acquaintance of his son with tholdaughter of Judge Rossmaro had not escaped the eagle eye of Ryder Srtand much to the financiers annoyance and even consternation he had ascer tained that Jefferson was a frequents Helmamediatelythat this could mean dnly one thing and fearing what he termed the conI equences of the insanity of immature minds he had summoned Jefferson peremptorily to his presence Ho toldI his son that all idea of marriage in that quarter was out of the questioni for two reasons One was that Judge Rossmore was his most bitter enemy the other was that ho had hoped to se- marry e his son his destined successor a woman of whom he Ryder Sr couldII approve He knew of such a woman one who would make a far more de sirable mate than Miss Rossmore Ho alluded of course to Kate Roberts the pretty daughter of his old friend tho senator The family interestsi would benefit by this alliance whichi was desirable from every point of viewJefferson had listened respectfully until his father had finished and theni grimly remarked that only one pointt of view had been overlookedhis own Ho did not care for Miss Roberts ho did not think she really cared for him Tho marriage was out of the question Whereupon Ryder Sr had fumed andI raged declaring that Jefferson was opposing his will as he always did andl ending with the threat that if his sont married Shirley Rossmore without hisi consent he would disinherit him Jefferson was cogitating on these in cldents of the last few months wheni suddenly a feminine voice which ho quickly recognized called out in Eng lishHelloI Mr Ryder He looked up and saw two ladles ono young the other middle aged smil ing at him from an open fiacre which had drawn up to the curb Jefferson jumped from his seat upsetting his chair and startling two nervous Frenchmen in his hurry and hastenedl out hat in hand Why Miss Rossmore what are you doing out driving he asked You know you and Mrs Blake promisedI to dine with me tonight I was com ing round to the hotel in a few mo mentsMrs Blake was a younger sister atIt Shirleys mother Her husband hadI died a few years previously leaving her a small income and when she had heard of her nieces contemplated trip to Europe she had decided to come to Paris to meet her and Incidentally to chaperon her The two women were stopping at the Grand Hotel close by while Jefersonhnd found accommodations at the Athenee Shirley explained Her aunt wantedI to go to tho dressmakers and she herself was most anxious to go to thei Luxembourg Gardens to hear the mu sic Would he take her Then they could meet Mrs Blake at the hotel at 7 oclock and all go to dinner Wasi he willing Mrs Blake said she would get out here Her dressmaker was close by In the Rue Auber and she would walk back to the hotel to meet them at 7 oclock Jefferson assisted her to alight and escorted her as far as the porte cochere of tho modistes a couple of doors away When he returned to the carriage Shirley had already told tho coachman where to go Ho got in and the fiacre started Now said Shirley tell me what you have been doing with yourself allI dayJefferson was busily arranging the faded carriage rug about Shirley spending more time In the task per haps than was absolutely necessary and she hind to repeat the question Doing he echoed with a smile Ive been doing two things waiting Impatiently for 7 oclock and Incidentally reading the notices of your book CHAPTER I- VTELr me what do the papers herself comfort ably back in the carriage Shirley questioned Jefferson with eag erness even anxiety She hind been impatiently awaiting the arrival of the newspapers from home for so much depended on this first effort She knew her book had been praised in some quarters and her publishers had written her that the sales were bigger every day but she was curious to learn how it had been received by the re viewersShirley was not beautiful but hers was a face that never failed to attract attention It was a thoughtful and Interesting face with an intellectual brow and large expressive eyes the face of a woman who had both brain power and ideals and yet who at the time was in perfect sympathy with the world She was fair In com- plexIon and her fine brown eyes alternately reflective and alert were shad ed by long dark lashes Her eyebrows were delicately arched and she had a good nose She wore her hair well off the forehead which was broader than In the average woman suggesting good mentality Her mouth however was her strongest feature It was well shaped but there were firm Hues about It that suggested unusual will power Yet It smiled readily and when it did they was an agreeable vision of strong healthy looking teeth of daz ling whiteness She was n little over medium height and slender In figure and carried herself with that unmis takable air of well bred Independence that bespeaks birth and culture She dressed stylishly and while her gowns were of rich material and of a cut suggesting expensive modistes she was always so quietly attired and in perfect taste that after leaving her one could never recall what she had on Tell me she repeated what do papers soy about the book Say t ho echoed Why simply youve written the biggest book of the year thats alll Really Oh do tell me all they aid She was fairly excited now in her enthusiasm she grasped Jefferspns broad sunburnt hand which was lying outside the carriage rug tried to appear unconscious of the contact which made its every nerve tingle as he proceeded to tell her the gist of the reviews he had read that afternoon Isnt that splendid she exclaimed when he had finished Then she added quickly I wonder if your father has seen it Jefferson grinned He had some thing on his conscience and this was a good opportunity to get rid of it Ho replied laconically He probably has read it by this time I sent him a copy myself The instant the words were out of his mouth he was sorry for Shirleys face had changed color You Sent him a copy of The Amer ican Octopus l she cried Then hell guess who wrote the book Oh no ho wont rejoined Jeffer son calmly He has no Idea who sent it to him I mailed it anonymously Shirley breathed a sigh of relief It I was so Important that her Identity should remain a secret As daughter of a supremo court judge she had to bo most careful She would not embar vans her father for anything In the world Suddenly Jefferson naked her Have you heard from home recent ly I had a letter from father last week Everything was going on at home as when I left Father says he misses me sadly and that mother Is ailing as usual She smiled and Jefferson smiled too They both knew by experience that nothing really serious ailed Mrs Ross more who was a good deal of a hypochondriac and always so filled with aches and pains that on the few occa slons when she really felt well she was genuinely alarmed The cab stopped suddenly in front of beautiful glided gates It was the Luxembourg and through the tall rail Ings they caught a glimpse of well kept lawns splashing fountains and richly dressed children playing From the distance como the stirring strains of a brass band The coachman drove up to the curb and Jefferson Jumped down assisting Shirley to alight They entered the gardens following the sweet scented paths until they came to where the music was The band of an Infantry regiment was play lag and a large crowd had gathered Many people were sitting on the chairs provided for visitors for the modest fee of two sous others were promenading round and round a great circle having the musicians In Its center The dense foliage of the trees overhead afforded a perfect shelter from tho hot rays of the sun and the place was so Inviting and interesting so cool and so full of sweet perfumes and sounds appealing to and satisfying the senses that Shir ley wished they had more time to spend there Isnt it delightful here said she I could stray here forever couldnt you With youyes answered Jefferson with n significant smile Shirley tried to look angry She strictly discouraged these convention al sentimental speeches which con stantly flung her sex in her face Now you know I dont like you to talk that way Mr Ryder Its most undignified Please bo sensible Quite subdued Jefferson relapsed Into a sulky silence Presently he saidI wish you wouldnt call me Mr Ryder I meant to ask you this before You know very well that youve no great love for the name and if you persist youll end by Including me In your hatred of the hero of your book Shirley looked at him with amused curiosityWhat do you mean she asked What do you want mo to call you Oh I dont know he stammered rather intimidated by this self pos sossed young woman who looked him calmly through and through Why not call me Jefferson Mr Ryder is soformalShirley laughed outright a merry unrestrained peal of honest laughter which made the passersby turn their heads and smile too commenting the while on the stylish appearance of the two Americans whom they took for sweethearts After all reasoned Shirley he was right They had been together now nearly every hour in the day for over a month It was absurd to call him Mr Ryder So addressing him with mock gravity she said Youre right Mr Ryder I mean Jefferson Youre quite right You are Jefferson from this time on only re member here she shook her gloved finger at him warnlngly mind you behave yourself No more such senti mental speeches as you made just nowJefferson beamed He felt at least two inches taller and at that moment ho would not have changed places with any one In the world To hide the embarrassment his gratification caused him he pulled out his watch exclaimedWhy quarter past six We shall have all we can do to get back to tho hotel and dress for dinner Shirley rose at once although loath to leaveI no idea it was so late she said How tho time fliesl Then mockingly she added Come Jeffer sonbe a good boy and find a cab They passed out of the gardens by tho gate facing the Theatre de 1Odeon where there was a long string of acres for hire They got into one and in fifteen minutes they were back at the Grand hotel At the office they told Shirley that her aunt had already come in and gone to her room so she harried upstairs to dress for dinner while Jefferson pro ceeded to the Hotel de I1Athenee on the same mission He had still twenty five minutes before dinner time and he needed only ten minutes for a wash and to jump into his dress suit so is IteIM of IOlnr ittrecily to his hotel Ite sat down at the Cafe de la Path lIe was thirsty and calling for a vermouth trappe he told the garcon to bring him also the American papers The waiter returned with the vermouth and the newspapers All he could find were the London Times which he pronounced Teems and some Issues of the New York Herald The papers were nearly a month old but he did not care for that Jeffer son Idly turned over the pages of the Herald His thoughts were still running on Shirley and he was paying little attention to what he was read ing Suddenly however his eyes rest ed on a headline which made him sit up with a start It rend as follows Judge Rossmore Impeached Justice of the Supreme Court to Be Tried On Bribery Charges The dispatch which was dated Washington two weeks back went on t MLV i I Mind you behave yourielfl to say that serious charges affecting the integrity of Judge Rossmore had been made tho subject of congressIon- al inquiry and that tho result of the inquiry was so grave that a demand for Impeachment would be at once sent to the senate It added that the charges grew out of the recent decision In the Great Northwestern Mining com pany case it being alleged that Judge Rossmore had accepted a large sum of money on condition of his handing down a decision favorable to the com panyJefferson was thunderstruck Ho read the dispatch over again to make sure there was no mistake No it was very plain Judge Rossmore of Madison avenue But how preposter ous what a calumny I He paid for his vermouth and hurried away to his hotel to dress It was just striking 7 when ho re entered the courtyard of the Grand hotel Shirley and Mrs Blake were waitlngfor him They drove up the stately Champs Elysees past the monumental Arc de Triomphe and from there down to the Bois All were singularly quiet Mrs Blake was worrying about her new gown Shirley was tired and Jefferson could not banish from his mind the ter rible news he had just read He avoid ed looking at Shirley until the latter noticed it and thought she must have offended him in some way She was more sorry than she would have him know for with all her apparent cold ness Jefferson was rapidly becoming very Indispensable to her happiness It was nearly 10 oclock when they had finished They sat a little longer listening to the gypsy music weird and barbaric Very pointedly Shirley re markedI ono preferred tho music this afternoonWhy inquired Jefferson ignpring the petulant note in her voice Because you were more amiable she retorted rather crossly But she could never remain angry long and when they said good night she whis pered demurely Are you cross with me Jeff He turned his head away and she saw that his face was singularly drawn and grave Crossno Good night God bless you ho said hoarsely gulping down a lump that rose in his throat Then grasping her hand he hurried away Completely mystified Shirley and her companion turned to the office to get the key of their room As tho man handed it to Shirley he passed her also a cablegram which had just come She changed color She did not like telegrams She always had a dread of them for with her sudden news was usually bad news Could this she thought explain Jbffersons strange behavior Trembling she toro open the envelope and read Come home at once MOTHER Continued next week I will mail you free to prove merits samples of my Dr Shoops 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WILLIAMS SF anP A A IPEON WilSON M Iodol lxtReli- eveseexe ptewtaei palpkatk fth heart Digests wttatyMiMi y r VVir r LONG VIGIL FOR LOVER Fiance Baited Day and Night In Sta tlon but He Came at Last o Springfield Ill June 21Mlss Re becca Noe of Greensburg Ky arrived In the city on the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern road expecting to be met at the station by her fiance A 8 Dodd of SInglevllle and to whom she had been introduced by a letter thtrough a Laoml man formerly a reel dent of Greensburg and who corres ponds regularly with the Noe family The girl had never met Dodd andI bad only a small tintype by which to identify him She wore a high bow of blue satin ribbon at her breast by Which Dodd was to Identify her Dodd foiled to put in an appearance at the station though he had sent her the money with which to come to Spring field and told her he would meet her at the station But she waited all day and all night He came the next morning accompanied by two women and the patience of Miss Noe was rewarded They were married soon afterward by Rev F M Rogers The Magic No J 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 greatlydiscouraged lief I tried Electric Bitters and as a result I am a well man today The first bottle relieved and three bottles I completed the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Severs Drug Company sOc Will Pushh Track Laying Paris III June 2tWork has begun within the corporate limits of Paris on the Paris Terre Haute In terurban The cement bridge work at Sugar creek which was the most ex pensive construction on the line Is now completed and the laying of track will now be rapidly pushed from both ends The builders promise to have the line In operation not later than September 1 and possibly a month earlier If the work is not retarded by unfavorable weather ji Lightning Strikes Golfers Youngstown 0 June 21C B Bradshaw of East Liverpool and his caddy Edgar Reid of this city were struck by lightning on the links of the Mahonlng Golf club Bradshaw and the boy took refuge under a tree during a severe electrical storm and the tree was struck While severely tunned it is not thought they are fatally in jured Four others sustained less se rious shocks Bert Darber of Elton Wis says I have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medi cine has ever done I am still taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and and Bladder Pills which are unequaled for Backache weak kidneys inflamma tion of the bladder and all urinary troubles A weeks treatment for 2ftc Sold by All Druggists Gasoline Tank Let Go Memphis Tenn June 21Charles Miller colored was burned to death Robert Garland seriously burned Geo Rodgers colored slightly burned and Mrs Louise Fabuin cut and bruised as the result of an explosion of a tank of gasoline used In renovating at I Regels Cos dye works the fire which followed practically destroying the plant i t I i You LookYellow The trouble is your livers nick One of its products bile is overflowing into your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomach ache dizti BeSs malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dote of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver tonic IThedfords BlackDraught Ttfe great edlctoe acts geaUfe- at tile tick ever It purifies the blood reeewstheappeUtfeedsthenervesclears fftttoiIt a true sUdn for sick Hrer ui Mdfleys a4 regulates all the tistl4e insiders Try It At aH dears it saddest hi II ZScfackafei A PLAYTIME AT PANAMA Solution of the Isthmian Canal Amusement Problem RECREATION FOR ALL HANDS Facilities For Many Amusements Furnished In Model Y M C A Club houses Now Open at Culebra Crltto bal Empire and Gorgona With the opening of the first Y M 0 A building at Culebra In Panama the Panama canal commission has solved completely the amusement problem for Its employees writes a Panama correspondent of the New York Her ald The encouragement of baseball has been an Important factor but this only provided for one days recreation In each week while the Y M O A clubs furnish a place for the rest pe clod at meal hours and for the even Ings the time when It is most needed Clubhouses of uniform size have been built at Culebra Empire Gorgona and Cristobal each building being commo dious and fenced In with the ever pres ent copper screening to keep out the ffiosqulFor The main structure Is twO stories with spacious verandas encircling both floors The lobby contains a reception hall business office and soda fountain The billiard and pool room Is equipped with four tables and accommodations for spectators An experienced attend ant Is In large The smoking lounging and small game room Is furnished with easy chairs settees nnd game tables Equipment Is provided for chess checkers carom and card playing It Is of course understood that no gambling will be In troduced For the library reading and writing room a GOO volume library with books selected to meet the local needs has been negotiated One hun dred standard magazines and papers are provided Tables with writing equipment and stationery are furnished for use of members The entertainment hall accommodates about 300 aside from veranda space A stereopticon nnd piano are Included1 lu the equipment Lecturers J Vi wju musicians entertainers anti other talent both local and Imported will bo presented frequently Local social clubs are granted the use of this floor for dancing on application for certain eveningsA and class room will ac commodate small groups Educational classes will be organized upon applica tion of six or more members provid ing competent Instructors can be ob tamed The annex Is connected with the main building by two corridors It contains two bowling alleys of the best grade In charge of an attendant shower baths lavatories and lockers also a gymnasium with first class equipment Including parallel bars horizontal bar adjustable for vaulting horse swing board flying rings punch ing bag boxing gloves fencing foils pulley weights for Individual exercis ing mats and calisthenic outfit of dumbbells Indian clubs and bar bells The ownership and control of the property by the commission Is represented by a committee of five who also hold an advisory relation to the entire organization This committee Is appointed by the commission and consists of four canal officials and the general secretary of the Young Mens Christian associations of the zone The detailed method of conducting the work of each association Is charged to the secretary and executive council appointed by the International committe- eROCKEFELLERS BIG SIGN Name of Oil Kings Forest Hill Estate Cut In the Ground John D Rockefeller wants people to know where he lives when be Is In Cleveland 0 says the New York Times Workmen a few days ago start ed to make a large sign on the grass at Forest Hill and now the words Forest Hill In big letters can be seen plainly from the street The work hasnt progressed far enough to per mit any one to determine how It Is going to be finished No one can get Into the estate to find out The words Forest Hill are cut Into the grass about fifty feet from the entrance In a bare knoll so they can be seen easily from passing street cars Rockefeller Is not a believer In signs and the only one that he has ever tol erated Is a board on the drive that en circles his house It bears this molest request Please do not drive around the house Not only has there never been a sign showing the big parks ownership but there has not even been a Keep out or a Keep off the grass sign An Infant Mirror Writer A case of mirror writing has been brought to light In the Great Barring ton Mass public schools which Is attracting considerable attention says the Springfield Republican Vera Coater a fiveyearold girl who attends tJe primary grade Is the victim and at first the teacher was unable to make out just what the child was doing When any copy Is given to her to write she starts at Ute right hand side of the- paper and when she finishes one would think that tho work was a mere scravrl ladHg the writing before a mirror It can be easily read and the copy la sur rlslngly plain Population St Egypt CeWHM returns show that the total population et Egypt exclusive of iom- ad BeOeuInu IIs 11200850 of who 818664 are ma es and 9 87670 fa tarries rtere to aft IBCTMM et searV 18N880Mre11I61i e St Petersburg June 17An Imperl al ukase has been issued proroguing the council of the empire until Nov IS This action follows the issuing of a manifesto early Sunday morning dissolving the douma the lower house of the Russian parliament The im penal ukase abolishing the douma or ders that the election of members to its successor which is to meet Nov 14 be held under the new election law that provides against the submer gence of the educated classes by the uneducated masses This act constitutes a virtual coup detat and overrides the specific pro visions of the fundamental laws of the realm solemnly proclaimed by his majesty on the eve of the convocation of the first douma which declare that the electoral law could never be changed without the consent of par liament Itself This breach of the constitution Is justified by the great law of necessity the advisers of the mperor holding It Impossible under present conditions to secure a parlia ment capable of cooperating harmoni ously with the crown to rescue Russia from anarchy and revolution The dissolution of the second dou ma was received throughout St Pe tersbiirg with perfect tranquility thanks to the precautionary measures and in no place in Russia so far as known were there serious disturb ancesDemonstrations among St Peters burg workmen are anticipated but the authorities are not alarmed They profess to bo chiefly apprehensive over the possibility of rioting and racial excesses In Odessa and Kiev and oth er cities where party feeling runs high An outbreak of agrarian disor ders In several regions of the empire Is anticipated later when the peas antry learn of the dissolution but a spirit of quiet confidence in the abll ity of the government to handle the situation prevails in administrative circlesNews of the dissolution reached the St Petersburg papers too late for their last editions but the public was quick ly Informed through extras Sunday morning and great posters set out by the police at all street corners con taming the ukase announcing the dls Bohjtlpn nnd the Imperial manifesto Little knots of readers clustered around these the whole day attentive ly perusing the manifesto the phrasing of which was calculated to appeal to the patriotism of the lower classes Little enthusiasm or excitement how ever was evoked and many of the readers as they turned away spat si lently upon the ground as a sign of their contempt The Hague Disapproves The Hague June 17The dissolu tion of the douma and the promulga tion of a new election system In Rus sia have created a profound Impression among the delegates at the peace conference Although the dissolution of the douma was anticipated by those who have been closely following re cent developments In St Petersburg the fact that such an event should oc cur simultaneously with the opening of the conference was greatly de plored There Is general disapproval as to the wisdom of the dissolution Apprehension at Warsaw Warsaw June 17The newspapers Issued extras Sunday spreading the news of the doumas dissolution which has created a profound Impres lion The emperors action is the sub ject of eager discussion the people fearing that the new election law will exclude the Poles They city however remains quiet Proof of the Goddard Bomb Boise Idaho June 20The state made a dramatic production and proof of the Goddard bomb and besides of fering further corroboration of the tes timony of Harry Orchard against Wm D Haywood secured a ruling under whloh a number of the denunciator articles published In the Miners Mag azine official organ of the Western Federation of Miners will be admit ted In evidence A Greek Town Overwhelmed Athens June 19The Litho river swollen by heavy rains overflowed and flooded the greater part of th town of Trlkkala in Thessaly More than onethird of the houses have been destroyed and it Is feared there are many victims of the floods Trlk kala has a population of about 22000 Toms Not Guilty of Murder Goshen Ind June 17The jury In the Harry Toms murder case after five hours of deliberation returned a verdict And ng Toms not guilty of the murder of jrastus Paul In New Paris on the night of May 10 Mre Time for Ruef Bam Francisco June 20By an arrangement with the prosecution the sentence that was to have been passed upa Abraham Ruef has been postpon ed for anotuer fortnight Ground to Pieces Under Wheel Kansas City Mp June 21John Callahan and Jesse Bagby brakemen both of Kansas City were knocked from a freight train on the Kansas City Southern Air Llae at Mount Washington near here and literally ground te pieces under the wheels The continent of Nqrth America la said to have been submerged four times and to haveralsed above the sea level1 again five times Oilii7 oan x f- gmis ihlKlcfYwliM Mt t J IJohnI New York June 21John D Rock efellers automobile in which Mr Rockefeller was being rather hurried ly driven to his country home was stopped by a constable at Elms Ford and the chauffeur was subsequently fined s25 for exceeding the speed 11m it Mr Rockefeller paid the fine Ac cording to the constable the machine was making thirty miles an hour when he caught Its speed over a measured course Mr Rockefeller explained that he was In a hurry to get home Conviction of Mrs Kaufman Flandreau S D June 21Mrs Emma Kaufman wife ofJ Moses Kauf man for years a wealthy Sioux Falls brewer on trial In the circuit court here for the past ten days charged with the murder of Agnes Polrels her sixteenyear old servant was last night found guilty of manslaughter In the first degree The sawmill of the Kansas City Lumber company at Lucedale Miss was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 70000 lie Fired the Stick I have fired the walkingstich Ive carried over 40 years an account of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Buckleus Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guar anteed for Piles Burns etc by Severs Drug Co 25c- Ambushed Their Pursuers Durango Mex June 19Jullan Reyes the notorious bandit and his lieutenant Cenobla Nodrlguez after assaulting a young girl in the puebla ambushed a band of pursuers killing one man Instantly and fatally wound Ing two others In the hills near Nayar The most intense Indignation is felt In Durango Sea Gives Up Its Dead Norfolk Va June 16A grappling party last night found the battleship Minnesotas launch and bodies of the eleven men drowned Tuesday morning In eight fathoms of water off the rip raps Peace Conference Assembles The Harue June 16 Representa fives of fortysix countries were pres ent at the opening of the second peace conference today Havana June 17 Bartolomeo Maso president of Cuba during th I ten years oar and a candidate against Tomas Kstida PaVia In 1902 Is dead A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis 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 Sjc by Severs Drug Co San Franclsdb June 1SMayor Schmitz was formally removed from office by the supervisors at their meet- Ing last evening Supervisor James Gallagher was named as acting mayor In his place This is the first step taken by the graft prosecution In the execution of their plan to restore goodI government in this city San Francisco June 17A radicalII change in the executive branch of San Franciscos government Is contingent on developments In the case of Mayor Schmitz who Is temporarily Incapaci tated by reason of his imprisonment In the county jail The date for the passing of sentence on Mayor Schmitz has been set for June 27 Prior to that date he cannot possibly procure ball according to the decision of Judge Dunne but the law provides that after judgment has been passed the matter of allowing ball is discre tionary with any magistrate having jurisdiction Consequently If judg ment is passed on the date set Mayor Schmitz will have ground for a new application for bail and his request may run the gamut not only of the t twelve Judges of the superlo court but of tho appellate justices and judges of the police court as well Whether Mayor Schmitz will ask for sentence on June 27 or ask for a con i tinuance has not been stated by his attorneys This has made It Impossi ble for ttto prosecution to plan its ac i tion In this regard The conviction of Mayor Schmitz has at last made simple what has heretofore been a complex problem The charter provision making It In oumbent upon the board of supervisors to appoint an acting mayor from their own number whenever the mayor becomes temporarily incapacitated from performing his duties of office can be taken advantage of because of Mayor Bohmltrs Imprisonment When Prosecuting Attorney Langdon gives the word backed with the power of thejj supervisors James Gallagher or some ether supevlaor will be at once ap pointed acting mayor Resignations j will be accepted from one or two members of the board who are not only willing but actually clamoring for a chance to become free again and a vacant place will be filled with the man chosen by the prosecutor to takpI the mayors chair Gallagher will thenI be ordered to resign the board will lie instructed to place the now mom her In his stead and the new member as acting ta ypr will Qtart ly chopping K CWet of relic PJuenfl Head paid Die Noeee4 few tke Mu w IgooooooOOOOOOOO OOO OOO o Convalescents need alarge amount ofnourish tOt ment in easily digested form QpA Scotts Emulsion is powerful nourish a ment highly concentrated g It makes bone blood and muscle without o putting any tax on the digestion 0ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 10- 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Prohibition Vs Saloon I have been on the road as traveling salesman for about fifteen years and have never yet been in a town that I could see the business hurt in my line by voting out saloons 1 travel principally Western Kentucky We t Tennessee and Illinois and there are a great many dry towns iin the territory and I dont hear of any complaint as to short busi ness on account of no saloons On the other hand I often hear merchants say since saloons went out our cash business is much better Men come in and pay for their goods when former ly it was beg for credit II The laboring people are the ones greatly benefited especially the colored portion of it in the southern countrys It is a very common thing for a merchant to say You see that fellow there When we had saloons his family were poorly cared for Now he and his family look thrifty as most any one A gentleman at Fulton Ky operat ing some kind of manufacturing plant that I now forget the exact nature of said he worked from thirty to forty colored men When Fulton had saloons I never thought of trying to work on Monday morning The negroes out gambling and spreeing on Saturday and Sunday nights and never ready to go to work on Monday and on Tuesday about onehalf force and through the week I would have to ad vance them money to buy provisions Only one or two owned their homes Saloons have been out about two years or more now and every Monday morning I have a full force to work as any other morning in the week and over one half my men own their homes Just numbers of such instances I hear of but none have I ever heard of be cause of saloons being about the great cry and argument in all places when it comes to a rating question is you takeaway revenue for taxes to help keep up the general city tiI expenseh That amounts to nothing when you stop to think of the amount of cash it sends out of the city to Jobbers and manufac tures of liquors that live in palaces and the poorly clad and most generally people that can not afford to spend their money that way that keeps it up Peo ple that have money are generally too good business men to waste their money that way In a town in Illinois not long since one of my customers said we are going to vote saloons back here soon I said Dont do it if you want your business to hold up He said if we get them back we will have ten saloons that will pay one thousand dollars a year to the town for city rev enue and that means ten thousand dollars to use towards fixing up our streets etc said I but did you ever stop to think of the amount of cash money they take out of circulation that goes out of the channels of trade here and no special benefit derived by it These ten saloons will do from twelve to fifteen thousand dollars apiece in busi ness per year That means ten saloons taken from 120000 to f150000 There will be left in your city as license from saloon profit and expenses about 5000 apiece which means about 550 000 The balance out to the Jobbers and Manufacturers of liquors and with poorly rup portedJTand badly abused families to mourntitslloss If that amount was spent with dry goods groceries or clothing stores or in some other vu toward supporting the families there would be more happy thoughts and less broken hearts I ITT But mid the snuff if you want prosperity and happiness The business of the country to day demands sober and industrious men Saloon proprietors themselves speak with proudness of a bar tender that does not drink There are some that dont especially on duty I could never see why saloon people felt they had a right to disregard the law any more than any other business Of course it is a bad business and I sup pose eventually develops bad ideas in mens heads and they impose on the public by permission of dishonorable officers in charge of the law The intelligence of the country is against the saloon business and most every where it is put to a vote the drys are victorious especially when left with our farmers whose money comes the slowest and hardest of all class of people in my judgement Many city folks think farmers have nothing to do but break up their ground and sow the seed and reap a harvest It is not so Many difficulties and sweat of the brow come before the harvest is reaped Myold home of Meade is the only county that I can recall that has gone wetwhen put to a vote of the county and I guess that it istlue to the L fact of my old fox hunting friend Gu Richardson who defended the wet side A fox hunter can generally argue any side and tell the truth John T Ditto A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recom mended for babies and children but good for every member of the family It contains no opiates and docs not constipate Contains honey and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists Letter From Florida Tampa Fla June 20 Ig01 Editor Breckenridge News After a residence of some six months in Florida I thought I would write you some news of this southern part of the world Hillsborough Farm our present abode is a largo new house some two years old pleasantly situated among a grove of scattering pines and scrubby oaks it is 100 feet long and 40 feet wide with a double 10 foot porch on either side the full length of the house with a large hall above and below also a wide hall at right angles through the center of the house The dining room is capable of seating comfortably 200 people there is preaching here twice a month on every first and third Sunday and prayer meet ing every Wednesday night There an a dozen boarders here and no contagious disease in the whole house They all look well eat hearty and are neatly dressed It makes one wonder why they are here But it is a nice qtjiet place and believed to be as heal thy as any where in the world with as little sickness in the surrounding coun try which is thickly settled This farm is very large and the nicest kept orange grove in all tne surrounding country But owing to a severe drouth of over seven months confined to Florida alone which was never known before the veg etable gardens have suffered greatly and the orange trees have not bloomed making the latter crop a failure in Pier ida and a great loss financially to the state but at this writing the rain is quite general- This big houseand farm are presided over by Mr C H Shanon and his esti mable wife who are indeed a kind and generous father and mother to the affl icted Mr Shannon is a middle aged man possessed of wonderful energy and industry and like the writer a great smoker He has a piano in the large hall which might be termed anecho hail making the piano sound as though in a caveWhile the place is quiet enough we have much that is interesting The big Tampa Northern railroad a new road just being completed up to its northern connection runs about two hundred yards from the west end of the house and the Tampa street cars pass some seventyfive yards from the house on the east side every half hour or oftener T S Frymire Hillsborough Farm R F D Box 4- 0W1NCHtYTEE 11 r it t r It rr NUBLACK Loaded Black Powder Shotgun Shells perfect genuity coupled with firstclass materials and modern methods of manufacture can make them They are surefire make even pat terns shoot hard and strong and will stand reloading leak for Nublacks next time THEY HELP MAKE MQ RACM i iJT I r k T i r r Ms Pills y will save the dyspeptic from many days of misery and enable him to eat whatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHE x cause the food to assimilate and nour AI appetiteAIi and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coated rake No Substitute- BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI UNO D BABBAQE SONS Publiihlne Co Subscription Price f100 a year or 1S5 if paid at the end of year I CARDS OFTHANKSorer five lines cfcarRed ar at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the Wkte of 5 nta per line Money In advance I Issued Every Wednesday Examine the label on your paper If It Is tot correct please notify as When ordering a change In the address i inbecrlbers should give their old as well as Ibe new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1907h WMGQMV LRoil JflJfRII Cloverport is hostess this week to the Epworth Leagues of the Louisville Meth odist Conference Leaguers galore are H with us flying the colors that represent the cause which brings them in an nual convention The city is proud of the privilege to give of her hospitality to it the representative young manhood and young womanhood of the State as em bodied in this gathering and feels that the refining influence of the social and religious contact with them will be man ifold and lasting We trust that the meeting will be as profitable and enjoy able as is anticipated and as the first session presages and that the guests when the sessions have closed adieus said and they will have departed for their homes will feel that they were at many times repaid for lending their presence to the meeting Cloverport welcomes them gladly and gives to them of herunstinted hospitality assuring the delegates that during their only too brief stay with us the pleasure will be ours tiCardThe family extends thanks to the many friends and relatives who showed so much kindness during the illness and j at the death of Etta Mullen Darst BABYS DREADFUL USE OF EC1EMJ BodyMouthCovered t Finger Which Would Bleed and Suppurate Disease Ate Large Holes in Cheeks Hands Pinnedt Down to Stop Agonized Scratch ing Three Doctors Best Effortsti Failed to Give Reliefnl BUT CUTICURA WORKS A MIRACULOUS CURE of p monthsoldco quickly over the whole body that at called in the doctor We nthencould not help him and in our despair we went to a third one Matters became so bad that he had regular holes in finerIntofor his mouth covered rrWithbegantoeyes Hands anus chest and back La Bhort the whole body was covered over and over We had no rest by day or night Whenever he was laid in his bed we had hands downaotherwise he wouldscratch his face ana make an open sore I think his taco fearfullyWe4 could help and I had made up my mind to t Europehopingotherwise he was to be put under gooaUmedical care there But Lord blessed matters came differently and we soon saw a miracle A friend of ours spoke about Cuticura We made trial with Cuticura Ointment tcandtwo weeks we noticed a decided im provement Just as quickly as the sickness had appeared it also began to disappear and within ten weeks the child was absolutely well and his skin was smooth and white as never before F Hohrath President of the 0 L Hohrath Company Manufacturers of Silk Ribbons 4to 20 Rink Alloy South Bethlehem Pa June G 1905 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Livery uumor ol Intanu Children and Adults ron lilts ol Cuticura oap23e to Cleaned tbo SkinPCUUtura Ointment I5Oc to Heal the Skin CuUcura Resolvent 50o or In the form of Cnoco UUOMtod Illl 2Sc per vial of 60 to Purify Uw Blood Sold throughout the world Potter Drug J Chem Corn Bole Jropi 1I00toDJ 14MtarMAlle4 lroe Dook on Skin J 4 THE CITYS GATES ARE AJAR AND LEAGUERS ARE FLOCKING IN Epworth Leagues of Louisville Conference in Annual Convention =About 100 Delegates Expected==First Session Last Evening r CITY JOINS HANDS WITH DELEGATES IN- MAKING THIS A BANNER MEETING The leaguers are here and Cloverpor Is gladThe citys homes today are fillet with delegates in attendance upon the annual convention of the Epwort- Leagues of the Louisville Methodis Conference and Cloverport hospitalityy will be extended to the guests in Kentucky style Yesterday morn ing the delegates began arriving and the arrival of every train has swells the list It is now thought that the number of visitors will exceed 100 The first session of the meeting wai last evening Rev F E Lewis president of the League Board pre The welcome address was deliver d by Wn Irft Behen who was introduced by the Rev B M Clurrid The response was delivered by B Fleece The social feature of the program was Inhugelyi attendance as were the talks preceding I This consisted of a reception by the Cloverport League to the visiting delegates The hour from 900 to 1000a oclock devoted to the social feature reflected much credit upon Miss Lula Severs chairman of the reception committee and her assistants Misses Mar garet Burns and Grace Plank an Messrs Charlie Fallon and David Phelps Punch was served during the reception hou- rTodays session opened this aornin 6 oclock with a quiet hour led 07 the Rev S M Miller of Louisville- At 9 oclock the business feature of the program proper will begin This session will be opened with prayer by the Rev W P Gordon Owensboro followed by an hour taken up with the Quiet Hour Devotional and Evangelis Leagues Dr W B Beauchamp of Louisville will conduct a bible study appropriating the hour before noon ad journmentThe of committees and reports of leagues will consume a portion of the afternoon session This evening following devotional exercises Dr W B Beauchamo will deliver an address the subject of which will be Intensity for Service At the morning session Thursday there will be several specially interesting features including the social and literary side- Thursday afternoons session will be up principally with the election- of officers reports of committees selec on of a place for the holding of the annual conventionand other business that may come before the meeting The evening session will be taken up with an address by Dr F M Thomas Owensboro on the subject The First Methodists Throughout the various sessions the l program will be rmderedby the Methodist quartet composed of Miss Eva and Eliza May and Messrs Ira Behen and Lawrence Murray supple by other members of the Metho dist choir Taylor Beard of Hardinsburg iis with the Severs Drug Co during the of Byrne Severs who is on his wedding tour Miss Ida White arrived home Monday evening from Memphis Tenn She was accompanied by Mrs Edwin Bell of city who will he the guest of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher I Misses Claude and Carrie Pate wen Louisville Tuesday to visit Miss Elizabeth Babbage Mrs James Crawford of Stephensport was here Tuesday Fourth of July Rates 1907 For this occasion round trip ticket- will be sold from Cloverport to local and return at reduced rates Tickets to be sold for afternoon train- uly 3and all trains July 4 good to reII July 5 S i1i = 111 HARVESTING THE- GOLDEN GRAIN- y Farmers Are Gathering in thee Sheaves of Wheat Light Crop Wheat harvest is bn and this is a busy week with the farmers especially thats portion that cultivates a crop of wheat That the crop will fall short of an av erflge Is conceded but the farmers say that the grain is of An excellent quality and will go Jar toward nu king up for the deficiency in quantit- yJRVINGTON IRVINGTON KY Mr and Mrs Frank Montgomery and baby of Lebanon Kv came Saturday for an indefinite visit to Mr and Mrs ChamberlainMr H H Kemper after two weeks visit to Big Spring and Elizabethtown returned home last Thursday Mrs J T Claycomb and children left last week for Louisvillewhere they WooldfolkMiss Eva Herndon has returned home after spending six weeks in Cloverport the guest of Rev and Mrs J T Lewis andgchildren of Stephensport are visitors of Mrs Blames parents Mr and Mrs J B Biggs Miss Jessie Brady left Saturday for Horse Branch to be the guests of re latives and friends for a few weeks Mrs Milt Lockard and daughter Tula have returned from Carlisle Indiana where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Con Bland Mrs Fidelia Galloway left last Thurs day for a trip to Whitesville for a visit to relatives Miss Mary Brown will leave this week for McQuady and Hardinsburg for a visit to relatives George Piggott was given a surprise party by a number of his little friends lost Friday afternoon from three to six oclock in honor of his fourh birth dayMr and Msr Gus Shelman spent Thursday in town the guests of Mr and Mrs T R Blythe Miss B Ada Drury came Saturday from Louisville th spend the holiday with her sister Mrs R B McGlothlan Mrs Lofy Rhodes of Brandenburg Mr Dors Parr of Texas and Mr Bert Cunningham of Chenault spent a fews day here last week the guests o Mr and Mrs Will Gardner Mrs D C Heron spent Wednesday in Louisville shopping Mr George Windelkenof Cloverport was in town lost Sunday visiting Mrs Sam Payne and two daughters Grace and Mollie Bridwell left Monday for Paducahfor a visit to her daughter Mrs Morris Gilbert- A Tennis Club was organized last Thursday evening at the home of the Misses McGlothlan by a number of the young people Miss Mable McGlothlan is president and Mr Edwin Jolly sec retary and treasury Born to the wife of Henry James a fine girl on last Monday June 10 Miss Ollie May Clarkson is expected some time this week from Big Springs to be the guest of her sister Mrs Harry H Kemper Miss Nannie Childs spent Sunday at her home near Weldon visiting her parentsMr E Hays of Hodgensville is a visitor at Oakland this week Notice chargetwill be assessed against freight ship ments held over 48 hours- F D Ferry Agent ooo Special Niagara Falls Excursion Season 1907 Dates of sale July 2530 and Augast tosNiagara Falls and return good for 12 days including date of sale will be forscertain trains only on above dates For particulars call at the office t ca f wlAJrvwWwrw ww ww I Closing Out I i We are going to close out our immense stock of General Merchandise at actual cost Mens and Boys Clothing Complete line of Shoes All kinds of Dress Goods Calicoes Hosiery Shirts Underwear Notions Hats Caps Mattings Cutlery Queensware Tinware Harness Farm Tools Hard ware of all kinds We also carry a general line of I qualityII I AmesBuggies and Runabouts I L t I Gasoline at 25 cents a gallon at the News office Ties and Timbdr Wanted The Indiana Tie Co have a large plant in Evansville for treating Rail road ties by which process any class of timber is made as servicable as white oak They are wanting ties and timber tracts near rail road or river Address them at Evansville Ind or F E Matheny Stephensport Ky For scratches burns cuts insect bites and the many little hurts common to every family DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is the best remedy It is soothing cooling clean and heal ing Be sure you get De Witts Sold by All Druggists A Grand Meeting The recent meeting of the Louisville Conference Womans Foreign Missionary Society held in Louisville was a great occasion Dr W W Prison one of the two Secretaries of the Board of Missions preached a grand sermon Sunday morning in the beautiful tem ple corner Sixth and Broadway Rev E F Goodson on the same evening edified and delighted a large audience The love feast in the afternoon was a season of great power led by Mrs H C Morrison The business and even ing sessions were very enjoyable Miss Adkinson who has been in China twentytwo years and Mrs Trueheart Secretary of the Womans Board visiting missionaries from other churches helped to render the occasion one long to be remembered This Louisville Conference Society supports two missionaries six bible women twentytwo scholarships be sides pledges for a new buildingan annex in Brazil to be called The Mat tie Watts Annex after our pioneer missionary to Brazil who began work in Piracicaba in 1881 This city is said to be the most moral in Brazil and this fact is said to be due to the influence of our school at that point Miss Watts influence is felt through out Brazil The Conference makes an nual pledges also to our Training School for missionaries and other Christian workers at Kansas City A total of f2900 was pledged by the Cor responding Secretary outside of dues scholarships bible I j PAINTS I R M JOLLY SONSIIrvington Kentuckyt womenI Kingswood Tabernacle Kingswood Ky The tabernacle ut Kingswood is now in process of erection and will be ready for dedication the first Sunday in July A number of cottages are being built a din ing room and kitchen will bo pro vided for and the grounds fixed up in good order Preaching in the forenoon and the Dedicatory service in the afternoon Dinner on the grounds each person is ex pected to bring his dinner and possibly enough to divide with his neighbor All friends inter ested in the campmeeting are cordially invited We are hoping to have a good day The camp meeting will open on Tuesday following the Dedication I feel safe in saying that any clearly saved man or woman in the county will be interested in having a gen uine old fashioned revival at Kingwood campmeeting Come andcamp on the grounds cottages and rooms in dormitories can be rented at most reasonable rates All ministers are entertained free Editors report at dining hall on the same terms We are hoping and praying for a great encamp ment With such men as are to lead the preaching and singing I am absolutely certain that all who come will be greatly helped It willl be good for you physically mentally and spiritually for time and eternity YoursJ Hughes THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials Spccia Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday I i Jamestown Exposition I Via AshevilleAnd Land of the Sky With stopover privileges Go One WayReturn Another- A delightful trip through the pictur esque mountain country of North Caro lina at low rates Forillnstrated litera tvre rates and full information write any agent SOUTHERN RAILWAY C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agt- Louisville Ky Wanted TWENTY TO TWENTY FIVE CARPENTERS FOR BUILDING AND REPAIR FREIGHT CARS WAGES TWENTYFIVE CENTS PER HOUR TEN HOURS PER DAY ALSO OPPORTUNITY FOR MAKING GOOD WAGES AT PIECE WORK NO TROUBLE STEADY WORK FOR CONPETENT MEN APPLY TO MT VJJENON CAR MFG CO MT VER NON ILL I fiIIand Fine Sheep for II Sale Southdowns and Shropshire Rams Get In your order before iq they are sold I E P HARDAWAYI l IrvlHgtoa Ky JJ a L rMica Axle Grease lengthens the life of the wagon saves horse power time and temper J I Bestiubricantia the worldconLArnl mr powdered smooth forms which lJJZZ- a hard coating on axle and frictionie Ifyou want your outfit to last and earn money Axle the while axles it lastsgreasett LLSTANDARD OIL COMPANY Iaerprsta J 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1907 PERSONAL I1 j AND LOCAL dsr A suit of Ftrite will dress up at Shap insky Bros- MrsSmith and son of Fordsuille are the guesas of Mrs Collins Mrs Tillman Pauley of Bedford Ind is the guest of relatives Miss Eva Herhdon returned to her home at Irvington Monday Miss Ethel Bannon returned to her home atEddyvillethis wekIMr and Mrs J D Gregory are vlsitingat the Tar Springs Miss Clara Dyer arrsved here from Philphot Monday to visit relatives Mrand Mrs Carl Lishenof Mattoon 111 will spend two months here Mr and Mrs James Cordrey have returned home from Elizabethtown Swell line of hats shoes and gentsI furnishing goods aeShapinsky BresIMrs I G Gregory is going to Finley r to VISIt Mrs Emmett Gregory- pd Mrs Wave Roff of Owens I boro7afehe guests of Mrs Henry Pate II Mr A R Fisher is able to be at his I store after an illness of two weeks Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia are the guests of Mrs Fred Fraize Mrs Geo Mendel of Owensboro is here to attend the BohlerGregory nup tialsi l f Mist Clara Wilson of Nicholasville arrived here yesterday to visit the Misses Smith i Mrs Marion Weatherholt and children went to Newman last week tn visit relatives Mrs J M Wells of Cleveland Miss j isthe guest of Mrs Solbrig and other friendsMrs Q Frymire and tittle son of Sample have been the guests of Mrs Eugene Haynes Shapinsky Bros are closing out their spring and summer goods at greatly re deuced prices I IOn sale this week Twentyfive table tumblers at lOc per set The Big Store I George Wendelken of Paducah is the I guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W I H Wendelken Wallace Pierce of Louisville has i ti been the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs R B Pierce Mrs Marion Weatherholt and children left Wednesday for Newman to visit Mrs Lee McGruder J Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky 1 Mr Fred Daniels of Arkansas was z here last week the guest of Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith have ar rived here from Elizabethtown to make their home in this city Wallace Pierce returned to Louisville Sunday after spending a week with his mother Mrs Robert Pierce Mrs M T Pryor has resumed home from West Point after a visit to her husband who is engaged in work there Mrs Annie Earling of Carrolton and Aida Chas Drury of Bewleyville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Foster Hey ser Mr and Mn David Duncan and chil dren returned to Brandenburg Sunday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Henry Duncan J J Whitworth of Lodiburg was here Wednesday on business Mr Whitworth Is one of the News oldest subscribersMrs T Reid and children expect to leave the 1st of July for Bucyrus Ohio where they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Reid Mrs Frank Reininger and little son I of Rockport Ind are the guests of her rslstatMrs N L Pryor Mr Reddin ger arrive here this week to returnl home with them Miss Addle Ditto whe expected to go to Decatur last weak has postponed her visit until the middle of July and willI receive orders addressed to 1919 Brook St Louisville I Cloverport Foundry I Machine Co I I For all kinds of Foundry II Machine Boiler Electrical II Tin Galvanized and Sheet II Iron Work NS N v II I I Gasolene Boat Work a I IISpecialty I Mill Stationery PortaIIISawTraction Marine Steam 1- 1I Gas and Gasolene Engines II I- ri Plumbers M plies Beltings Pulleys Hangers tI Grate Bars Hose Pumps Injectors ITinRoofing Guttering EtcISatisfaction Guaranteed I Estimates cheerfully furnished on ap plication See or write us before IbuyingelsewhereI I Cloverport Foundry and III Machine Go I IICloverport KentuCkYI lSfj IfiB ISm mm 1J BARRETSEVERS Cloverport Young Man Principal In Pretty Church Wedding at Owensboro Mr J Byrne Severs of this city WAS married on last Thursday to Miss Eliza Barret of Owensboro The wedding ceremony was solemnized in the First Presbyterian church in Owensboro at 130 oclock in the afternoon the Rev O W Goodloe of Anderson Ind an uncle of the bride officiating He was assisted by Rev L H Hudson pastor of the church The ushers were Messrs Will Sween ey David Murray Louis Perkins and George Steitler Jr Miss Olivia Stuart tendered the wedding music The church was decorated in green and whiteThe bridal party and a few friends were tendered a reception at the home of the brides parents Immediately fol lowing the wedding After a bridal tour of the East Mr and Mrs Severs will take up their residence in Clover portThe bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W B Barret of Owensboro She is well known in Cloverport society Mr Severs is prominent in both the social and business circles of this city He is associated with his father Mr D H Severs in the drug business under the firm name of Severs Drug Co The Stork a Visitor i Mr and Mrc Joe Fallen were made happy by a visit from the stork that left them a fine son on June 13 at the home of Mrs Fallens mother in Hawesville Real Estate Transfers Mrs Lizzie Frey of Tell City has purchased of Mr Jno W Elder a tract of land containing 100 acres on the turnpike road three miles from Clover port and known as the old Singleton property for the consideration of 2000 cashMr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt and Mr and Mrs Will Pate went to Louis ville on the Henderson packet Monday C T McClanahan was here Sunday from Evansville Miss Stone has returned to her home at Louisville M MARRY TODAY Mr Wilbur C Gregory and Miss Essie Bohler Seek Wedded Bliss At the home of the brides parents at 9 oclock this morning Miss Essie Marie Bohler will be married to Mr Wilbur Collins Gregory The ceremony will be said by the Rev B M Currie pastor of the Methodist church The bride is the daughter of Mr Thomas Bohler of this city and is quite popular in a large circle of friends The groom is a resident of Louisville He is the son of Mr John David Gregory who formerly lived here and is a young man of sterling worth The young couple will spend several days in St Louis following the wed ding when they will make their res idence in Louisville Commissioners Sale BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Com pany Plaintiffvs Jas 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 Dol lars 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 m 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 bear ing legal interest from tne day of sale until paid and having the force and ef fect of a judgment Lein retained to se cure payment of purchase money Bid ders will be prepared to comply prompt ly with these terms- Approximated debt interest and costl 77550 LEE WALLS Commissioner + + Im Warts I r3r9a3r a r1r 3r1- 0R a SALEEastman Kodak Cameras JBto t0 News Office Cloverport Ky F R SALE cbolarllhlp In Bowling Urcen Business University Rood for any ue mrtmcnt In that Institution Breckenrldge NewsFOR RXCHANOF piano for a spun of or mules I will pay any dfferuLce W J Hullldiiy Tar Springs lC- yW AN TED Correspondents urnedand partICloverport Ky u SALEIOO acres of land laying on the1 branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn Id acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn ur wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Brcckenrldge News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville KT LAND FOR SALE FOIL SALE 150 acres of land situated near Creek one mile and Ia half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improvements one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price 500 For further Information write Jno D Baubage Cloverport Ky- Post SALERook of Destlnytortune book at News off- iceFrank Hook- DENTIST I have located in Cloverport to do dental work and cnn be found at my office regularly Will receive patients in Dr F L Lightfoots office 125Cloverport to Louis ville and Return Via TIlE- HENDERSON ROUTE Sunday June 23 Attractions Fontaine Ferry The Great White City Baseball Ix ulsvllle vs Columbus TRAINS LEAVE 507 AND 939 A M j For information ask F D Ferry Agt It is made to stand on JapaLacSevers Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner Farm For Sale 82 34 acres lying onl Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport For particulars address lW L NOELL Cloverport Ky a ftJ m i MEET ME AT NOLTES l W I I E E i41hofJULY t I I m is drawing nigh Are you pre i pared for the Big Picnic on that I day Time enough to get I I ready Let us help We have I 1I the Flags and other good things IIc to commemorate the day Ij J C Nolte O BroaI I Cloverport KyCm mIIWe TuesdayI TuesdayI I andiISaturdays week If our rural friends and patrons wish learn how to get their ice at very small exIpense write or telephone us isMCloverport Ky 1Sm rsmISmISmrsm fSm Irim Ia PT Cadick Milling Co GREGORY COMPANY James furnish plans material workmanship prices several grades roofing prices square A I IaNowADays the successful busi nests man pays bills check where grandsire paid gold present way time argues that the merchant has money his command and and the Bank holding his cash voucher financial standing Believing that can servo them many ways THE OF CLONERPOUT its of from Merchants Manufacturers Corporations and individuals OF GLO KY That you will do part it Cadicks andIDust Flour will the Youll have bakestuffs fit am the of the Gods If you arent good bread and havingI probaly the fault flour Perhaps youve am never used Cadicks Gold Dust Flour If so time you did wait but sack nowtlmGrandview Indianafa fGm CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor M Lewis associated with us and and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good and and are reasonable We have of at from 1 to J32S per Our Ruberiod will last as long as the building I j his by his in The saves at is la for his it BANK i solicits a further increase in number accounts BANK CLOVERPORT f ET A if your do well do for food too its Dont order a I can best our best in Put Your Money whero It will prow under your own Control and grow fu tcr than In any other st way write for our free hcoklefN which tolls all about how to Hunk by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay 5 per cunt Interest annually Our apical se youGREAT Summer Discountnow on at Draughons Practical BusInessi Col logos Evansville and Paducah rosmoNS secured or money back May If prefer take lessons BY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost of board etc Write- for catalogue and Summer Discount Card DrftURhoni P II College Co Incorporated THE CHILDREN LIKE IT KENNEDYS LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP rw- k a DO YOU GET Ur I WITH A LAME BACK I Dflncy Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news NDCrs Is sue to know of the wonderfulI cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedyIt h cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byInent kidney and blad der specialist and 1 Is curingJamebyes and Brlghts Disease which Is the worstt form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you havekid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be foundi just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many ways In hospital work in private purChase t I every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this pan r who have not already tried It may have sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how tto find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble enerousIIpIioocdQllarDont mako any mistake but remember tb name SwampUoot Dr Kilmers Swamp YIt OQ efery ijQtUfl t Canton Ohio Druggist I was a miserable incurable it ap peared for years with stomach liver and some slight difficulty with kid ney trouble Treated by physicians used all patent medicines I heard o knew of No relief But suffered 1I continual sinking and falling off in flesh until I was treated with Denn Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure It made a big improvement at once Cured me right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market St Canton 0- RHEUMATISM WITHJDENNS CURE y THE DISCOVERER I YEARS ON CHUTCMES Cy WAS CURIO moS DAYS 2J7J i L CVMS DENNS SCSC Cv VSVCOLUSCUS O I r fJy = srs liUIrLL on TN rnts SOLD AT ALL PE UGGI5 = mot Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUSTYOU 10 DAYSS200 HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of your hair and we will mall a 22 in short stem fine v human hair switch to match If satisfactory remit 200 In ten days Extra shades a little more Inclose Scents postage Mrs A Lord Louisville Ky 358 4th Ave Room 402 H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- nARDINSBURQ KY Will practice his profession IIn ull of tile Courts of HreckenrlURe and adjoining coon t ere Spoclii attention given to col actions road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States IHsirlc Courts OftJce over Hunk of Ilardlnshu- rgCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 FrederIca Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nipht Rates 1100 per day L II ST L TIME TABLE j EAST HOUND Oloverpo50fAMarrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112 lally Mall and hxpress leaves Olo Yerport938 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1315 p m Train No 114 Dally tact mall leaves Olo verport 4 60 p m stops at all way stations atLoulsvl1leTrain No 148 Dally except Saturday Clo verport accommodation arrives Cloverport B 30 D m lotLvesOlovcrportp m makes all stops except Addison Sam LongBrunchWEST BOUND OIoverportCcommodatloi Train NolIl Dully fast mall and express atHwcsvtlleStanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 720 p m i Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030 pm Stops at all stations No HSdally St Louis fast train leavesClo AMHawesvllleOwensboroNo 117 Express Sunday only leaves 010 PmbetweenLoulsvUle 145and14eFordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsville430amTrain leavesFordav111sP m- Fordsvl11e630 Train No a Sunday only a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND leavelInlngtonpmTralnNo5 teI5pDaily leaves ItvlngtonfliO mt arrives Fordivllle 025 D In LITKENNEDyS COUCH SYRUP I DIPLOMATIC RUMORS Do Not Disturb the Present Japanese Ambassador Washington June ISState depart ment officials and members of the dip lomatic corps were much Interested in the statement In a Tokio newspaper the Hochl that the Japanese govern rmeat probably would recall Viscount Aoki the Japanese ambassador and Is considering the appointment of Bar on Kaneko as his successor It was tated authoritatively however that if the Japanese government has any Intention of recalling Viscount Aoki the news will not be first announced to the world through the columns ofI tho Hochl and that Ambassador Aoki does not attach say credence to the report Ambassadorsi says this morning that Viscount Aoki Jap anese ambassador to America will willnlikely be succeeded by Baron Kaneko former minister of Justice who was sent to the United States during the Russian Japanese war on a confiden tial mission from the Japanese gov ernment During the Portsmouth peace conference he was credited with avlng urged japtJs agreement to the terms as finally signed Japs Silence Demagogues Tokio June ISThe attempt of the Progressives to make party capital out of the San Francisco affair has n proved fruitless as the national senses plainly opposed to dragging national questions Into the arena of party poiI I Inca I Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger then fiction 1has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper He writes flI was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had1 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 colds 50c and 100 by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free l l Revolutionary Movement Failed Managua Nicaragua June ISThe revolution started In Salvador in which Nicaraguans aided the revolutionists resulting in the capture on June 11 of the important towns of Acajutla and Sonsonate has gone to places The expeditionary chief Gen eral Alfaro did not continue the ad vance because his numerous partisans did not concur with him that the time for such advance was opportune thus resulting in the failure of the move ment Norway Gives Women the Ballot Chrlstianla June 15The Norwe gian parliament rejected 73 to 47 the bill providing universal suffrage for women but adopted 96 to 25 a bill granting tho franchise to all women If twentyfive years of age taxed on an income enjoyed by herself or husband if the Income Is 113 in cities and J84 in the country It creates a total tt 300000 women voters Free from Catarrh just to prove merit a Trial sizelBox ofgDr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Let me send it now It is snowwhite creamy healing an tiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives instant and last ing relief to Catarrh of the nose and thrott bloke the free test and see for yourself whatfthis preparation can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large Jars 30 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points 4IndianapolisWheat Wagon 90c No 2 redt92c CornNo2 53c Oats No 2 mixed 44c HayClover 1700 2000 timothy 200002300 millet of 1300 1500 Cattle250 8 675 Hogs 500C30 Shjeep 300 S 475 Lambs550600At Wheat No 2 red 92hc CornNo 2 66 c OatsNo2 45ncc Cattle 475595 Hogs 450625 Sheep 225500 Lambs50075- 0f Chicago WheatNo 2 red 93c CornNod 253c OatsNo2 43Hc Cattle Steers BO700 stockers and feeders 300500 Hogs 550625 Sheep500660 Lambs550i- n800 Livestock at New York Cattle 450605 HogsSIiO 675 Sheep 400525 Lambs650 0700 At East Buffalo Cattle400665 Hogs550G- 60 Sheep300575 Lambs600 0700I Wheat at Toledo Dec97e July 95c cash 94c Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and 10 certain Itching painful protruding- or blind piles disappear like magic by tome Large nickel capped glaw tars 51 cents Sold by Severs Dreg Co s JrIC BOSTONS OLD HOME WEEK Magnificent Entertainment Being Pre pared For Visitors Expected Boston during the week of July 28 to Aug 3 this year will have a grand home coming celebration which seems likely to eclipse anything of the kind ever planned before says the New York Post The city It is expected will have not less than 100000 visitors and 300000 are being raised for their welcome and entertainment Mayor Fitzgerald will have the help of a com mittee of 1000 picked men from every walk of life An executive committee of seventyfive has been appointed in eluding some of the best executive tal ent and business ability In Boston The suburban Improvement societies the patriotic societies all the sons and daughters of the Revolution are cooperating with the different commit teesThe show will start on Sunday July 28 with founders day Monday will be patriots day Tuesday Greate- Boston day Wednesday New England day Thursday Massachusetts day Friday womens day and Sat urday military day Every day will have Its big feature and Its numerous smaller attractions Every evening will have its entertainments its ro cejptlons its public meetings Its re unionsThe entire militia of the state IIn new uniforms will be mobilized on mil- Itary day and a squadron of United Mates battleships cruisers gunboats anti torpedo destroyers will maneuver Ln the bay and harbor There will be dozen family reunions In progress There will be monster parades civic fraternal and military There will be illuminations electric parades river carnivals balloon ascensions and a grand firemens muster There will be aquatic sports yacht races fishermens race for a cup given by Sir Thomas Lipton bicycle races automobile races track athletic contests and baseball games There will be historic pilgrim ages literary exercises sermons banquets free concerts all the while free exhibitions and entertainments free in dustrial exhibitions and free shows for the children All of Bostons historic landmarks will be marked ticketed labeled and explained All state and municipal historic show places such as Bunker Hill monument art galleries museums Fnneull ball the Old South Meeting House Kings chapel and tbo like will probably ho free to the vis liar f P i1 f TAX ON BACHELORS h Baltimore Mayors Plan to Increase Citys Revenues Mayor J Barry Mahool of Baltimore bas stirred up a hornets oed by sug gesting to a meeting of tax experts who want to increase the citys reve nues that bachelors should be taxed says a Baltimore special dispatch to the Philadelphia Press How much of a tux do you think bachelors ought to parry was the ques tion asked of Mayor Mahool He said Why they should pay at least 100 Tax them to the limit Is my motto It they are wealthy bachelors we ought to tax them high Of course when they get married we will give the money back to them But they are hardened sinners and re fuse to get married we ought to laepI on taxing them heaI1IBut how about the spinsters Would you tax them also was asked That is a rather delicate question said the mayor I dont know so much about taxing them A bachelor Is so byI choice He Just deliberately sits downI and says he wont marry and that lathe end of It Now I think we ought to get after such selfish men and make them contribute more heavily to the citys treasury than do married men LENGTHY BASEBALL GAME School Teams In New England Play Twentyeight InnlnglIA record game of baseball as toJJ length a world record it is believed was played recently between the Hen ry L Pierce grammar school of Dor chester and the Bennett school of Brighton says a Boston special dispatch to the New York Times For twentyeight Innings both teams strug gled for supremacy The Pierce school finally won out by the smell score of to 3 The game which lasted more three hours abounded In spec tacular plays Doth pitchers stuck to the game until the finish although both were asked to give way to some the substitutes Score by Innings I1erce n n B 002100000 000 000 000 000 000 00011 12 S Bennett 003 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 03 11 S BatteriesPIerce Goodale and Emery Bennett OConnor and Ruggles Safety Vault on Ocean Liner Another innovation has been made for the convenience of those who go lown to time sea In snipe and have money to pay for the going says the New York Times A safety deposit vault has been added to the equipment- of the HamburgAmerican liner Kaiser Auguste Victoria The vault Is the size of three staterooms and the fireproof safe occupies the greater part of that space It contains 150 boxes A passenger may obtain a box by application to the purser The holder of a box key can put ills valuables into his box and take them out when Deeded Wonderful Speedat Typewriting James Wright a Newcastle Eng land typewriter whose record was 100 word in a minute and 82 words a ml8nte for an hoar has beaten his own recor doing 84tt word a minute for minutes aid then lOG 107 and 110 weeds a mate says a London cable- Cllpatdl to the New York Son The ttsr was 4ft ted teftlaess oerre wW k Wrtffct Mil se pre =rest 4a- aw II ECCENTRICTIP Owensboro Messenger Breckenridge Bounty has one of the most remarkable inhabitants in Ken tucky known throughout the county as Uncle Tip Wilson Mr Wilson has become so well known by his peculiar ideas that his home is visited by many people out of mere curiosity Uncle Tip has just completed a specially constructed coffin to be used for his body when he dies and from present indications he expects to shuffle off this mortal coil within a short time The coffin was constructed by his own hands and this is the second box he has built to be buried in The first box torthe oneJjust completed was given to a neighborjfor the burial of a relative as no coffin could be secured in time to bury the remains The second box is filled with equip ments for a firstclass funeral His clothesin which he wants to be dressed have been placed in the box with a quantity of tobacco to keep insects from destroying them All that is required to complete the outfit is a white shirt This is now being made by a woman Tip Wilsonwho lives near the town of Harned is eightyfive years old has been married twice Both wives are dead but alnumber of his children are living He has written a number of sheets of paper with instructions to be I carriedout in regard to his funeral He makesa request that his sons dig the grave At first he requested that they digit toa certain depth and then make i a tunnf1and his remains were to be i placed injthis tunnel Later he chang i ed this plan and said that the tunnel should bejleft out as it would require too muchlworkIi Hedoes not under any circumstance want to be under obligations to any one Mr Wilson is i in good financial condition 1 He lives by himself in a log house which is said to bejovern hundred years old He is a prosperous farmer He sleeps in the same room in which his coffin rests on two chairs A few years ago he was said to be the strongest man in this section of the country Being perfect physically he made a reputation tot his strength- It is saidthat his sons will carry out his requestsas to his burial Mr Wil son goes outthe spot selected for his grave beside that of his second wife and says he talks to her every day Mr Wilson takes pleasure in showing his coffin to those who callat his home to view it OaSTOElXaBears theThe KM You Have Always Boqjtf Signature YIof I Hospital Closed for Lack of Money Paris 111 June 21St Anthonys hospital this city is temporarily closed owing to financial difficulties The local ministerial association has on foot a project for a union county hos pital which Is expected to take form within two or three weeks but it has not been decided whether to take over St Anthonys or build a new institu tion Three Trainmen Killed Florence Colo June 21The holier or a Rio Grande locomotive blew up one mile east of Florence killing en glneer Thomas Ewing Fireman OBrien and Brakeman Doch all of Puoblo The train was wrecked and the track torn up for several hundred feet It Costs NothingII To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected One person in four I has a weak heart it may be you If so you should know it now and save serious con sequences If you have short I breath fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smothering spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is weak and perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will relieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly your condition will improve tkeMlles I was suffering with heart trouble ant plLlRIadeepbretthtion would cause palpitation and I could not lie on my left side without uttering They advised me to try Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine which I did with the result that I am In beCorehavIngmenced train It I took about thir teen bottles of the two medicines u4uvent been bothered with my heart alec THOMA5LUpper r Mlles Hurt Cure It sold by yur Druggist who will guarantee that MM flrrt mettle will benefit If IIt faeM will refund your money JlUieKMlca1 Co Eikkaltt L- tThe First Annual Meeting duk- eBreckenridge County Fair will be held at Hardingsburg ti2 Sept 3 07 A premium list of nearly three thousand dollars one of the best equipped grouncs In the State a total Invest ment of about 8500 guafantec one of the very greatest fairs ever held In Kentucky 4T V W H BOWMEH President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LianiroOT VicePresident CnAs SKILLMAN Asst Cashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected byjthovery latest equipment 41 Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited IIft iiiTHEFifth Avenue iI Louisville HOTEL Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 5352 SS53 SS 52525 5S5 3S55453 AG 4C 4faE1iE Themost centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the cltrJmaklng a 1300 rate Only one block from the principal Bhopptng61strict and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat andiclean 5252 522 52 iii T First State Banki IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Preslden D H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited fI Interest Paid on Time DepositsI8- JJ WHY WE LAUGH Il- t4 Little Nonsense Aow and ThenJJ Is Relished byllthe Wisest Men Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name for a three months trial subscription for either of these bright witty and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIES WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of lime Address Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern RailwayI In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 andtSeptember 1 to October 31 inclusive Ie y 3400 Helena and Butte 3550 Spokane 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and other CALIFORNIA points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest way colonist tickets and roun trip homcscpkcis Chcafone be sold on March 5th and 19th and nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas andother points in the Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information call on your ocalag cnt or onKyC Ky J 0 BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo r i I 1TIiliws1 t ferslty Told Information Ctnetrntofl Natters of Current Inttrttt to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Mere Are Found Accurately totalled the Happenings of the LergMt Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky Juno 17The case of B Fulton French John Smith nnd John Abner charged with complicity In the assassination of James B Mar cum at Jackson Breathltt county was called at Beattyvllle Lee county today at a special term of the Lee cir cult court Judge John L Dorsey of Henderson is presiding Witnesses from Perry Leslie Breathitt and oth er counties have been summoned W O Young who Is chief counsel for tho Hargises is representing French KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS Augustus K Wlllson Nominated for Governor Without Opposition ILouisvilleI Ky Jun 40After ru store of contests on the floor over the endorsement of a presidential candl date and the local option question the Republicans of Kentucky In state con Tendon last night selected Augustus E WlIIsoB of Louisville as their can didate for governor and adopted their platform without a dissenting rolce The contest betweea the adherents of Vice President Fairbanks and Secre tary of War Taft in committee was warm but there was but one report naming no candidate and merely ex pressing a preference for a candidate who would faithfully carry out Pros Ident Rooaevelts policy The word came from the committee room that even this was opposed by Fairbanks men as calculated to create an inferential endorsement of Taft Indeed this was the manner in which it was generally received and vaunted by the Taft men W H Cox of Maysrllle who like Mr Wlllson had no opposition was nominated for lieutenant governor The remainder of the ticket follows For auditor S P James Harrods burg treasurer Chapman S Farley Paducah attorney general Judge James Breathitt Hopklnsville super- Intendent of public instruction J D Crabbe Ashland secretary of state Benjamin Bruner Munford ville clerk of the court of appeals N A Adams London commissioner of agriculture N T Rankin Jackson t ON MISSISSIPPI llPOOLROOMPlan Operate on Barge Away From Law Memphis Tenn June ISProprl etors of the poolroooms at Hopefleld Ark across the river plan to circum vent the antiracehorse gambling bills i recently passed by Tennessee and Ark ansas by establishing a floating pool room on the order of the City of Traverse which operates out of Chicago It is now stated that the promoters will operate in a barge towed by the Charles H Ordean which will i be anchored in the middle of the river i Weights entries Jockeys and odds 3 i followed by results will be received by wire by a telephone company jowhich It Is said Will telephone them to the barge cables being strung from the shore 4 Charles C Vogts Suicide j Louisville Ky June 20Charles t C Vogt one of the resident managers of the American Tobacco company in 1Kentucky vicepresident of the Ger man Insurance bank an officer of the Solbach Hotel company and Identified with many other enterprises com witted suicide here by shooting Mr tI Vogts health began failing two years ago following tho death of his wife I t and although he has not been confined to his bed he has been unable to give his accustomed time to business mat terseMr Vogt was one of the most prominent masons of the state He was a Scottish Rite mason and has been commander of the Knights ot Kadosh for thirty years Green Motorman Birmingham Ala June 20TTen per sons were injured when a Frisco switch engine crashed into a North i Highland electric car at 19th street i Iand 9th avenue north It is said a green motorman failed to see the dan rF4 ger flag and ran his car on the cross- Ing I in front of tho engine None of f the injured are seriously hurt Chinese Bandits Get Busy h Harbin Manchuria June 20A sharp skirmish occurred between the band of Chinese bandits who murdered Captain Ivanoff and a detachment of w Cossacks In eastern Manchuria forty five miles from the frontier Three Cossacks were killed and two wound ed The bandits are retreating north 4 Two Men Drowned In the Ohio 1Louisville June 20John Miller nr and William Coon were drowned In the Ohio vcr while attempting lo save logs broken loose by a sudden rise Thirtyfive rafts of logs and a score of shanty boats were swept away Shot for CheW of Tobacco f Prestonvillo Ky June 18A quarrel over a chew of tobacco led to Glar eeco Shoots Ting three skein at 4 Handloa all of which took effMt iiluao a It SATURDAY A Cloudburst near Tilford S D caused the loss of five lives The Olympic theater a large vaudo ville house at Chicago burned causing a loss of 100000 The National Metal Trades assocla tion is fighting fceventyfour strikes throughout the United States Business failures in the United States for the week number 161 against 155 last week and 170 in the like week of 1906 King Frederick and Queen Louise of Denmark have arrived at Paris and will be the guests of the French re- pUblic three days The interstate commerce commls sion has refused to recognize the jur Isdiction of the Ohio railroad commit slon over interstate traffic Diplomatic circles generally regard the San Francisco Incident as unlike ly to lead to strained relations be tween Japan and the United States MONDAY Colonel Guessekoffsky assistant harbor commandant at Sebastopol was shot and killed The Mexican government is nego tiating for two menofwar transports and two new battleships Fire destroyed the B sawmill of George H Atwood at Stillwater Minn entailing a loss of 150000 Mining and smelting Interests In Mexico are facing a crisis in the mat tor of fuel and ore transportation- Mrs Thomas Cook and her daugh ter Miss Estelle Fountain wore burn ed to death in a fire that destroyed their home at Savannah Ga The obelisk erected by the state ot New York and the city of Buffalo In memory of the late President McKln lay at Buffalo will be dedicated in the first week of September TUESDAY The capacity of the army post near Honolulu is being doubled Cdlonel Alexander Hoagland of Lou IsvllleliThe Newsboys Friend Is deadEighteen passengers were injured three fatally in a wreck of a passen ger train on the Santa Fe near Earl ColThe New York Tunnel company which Is building the East river tunnel from the Battery to Brooklyn has gone into bankruptcy- At Washington it is said that Am bassador Aoki has received no Into mation that the Toklo government contemplates his recall The nineteenth annual convention of the International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North Amer ica is in session at New York Railroad accounting in the United States and the Dominion of Canada is to be Identical according to an ar rangement entered Into between the two governmentsWEDNESDAY An Italian manofwar has been ordered from New Orleans to Guatema Ian ports Prof Alexander Stewart Herschel the distinguished astronomer is dead atLondonEight Were killed by an ex plosion of gas at the Johnson colliery at Prlceburg Pa The Michigan legislature has passed a bill providing for a state railroad commission of three members- A disclaimer of any activity on the part of President Roosevelt in the New York apportionment fight has been made at Oyster Bay The Jamestown Exposition company has accepted the resignation of Gov ernor W E Cottrell and made James M Barr director general with full powers THURSDAY Tho city of Hamburg has voted an appropriation of 14375000 for the ex tension of the port Hon Augustus E Wlllion of Louis vile was nominated by acclamation as Republican candidate for governor of KentuckyGuatemala has 1000 men employed in building forts at the port of Ocos and is making that point the strongest fortified port in all Central America More than a hundred persons were drowned in a flood caused by the over flowing of the LIthos river which in undated the town of Trlkkala in Thes salyFeeling if it his usefulness as Amer ican consul at San Salvador had been impaired the state department has decided to find another post for John Jenkins FRIDAY W R Johnson of Tennessee was elected president of the Travelers Protective association- W W Barton a carpenter at Jas per Fla shot and killed his wife three children and himself Secretary Root left Washington to day for his summer home near Utica N Y to be absent until next fall Nealon fouryearold colt of 0 E Durnell won the Suburban Handicap by a length over Montgomery second Beacon Light third In an automobile accident near Na pies flee men were killed one of whom was a member of the Italian nobility And related to the Spanish royal house Join Zmne aged thirtyeight years at Wllmiagton Del shot his daughter aged two years hji sea aged six mostfca attempted to kit his wife and then turn the revolver on hlMUMlt bloRIireatthlibrlilai Justice Brewer of United States Supreme Court on Public Ownership There Is this Important difference between public nnd private Indebted ness The Individual may mortgage his home or other property and If the pur pose for which the mortgage Is given proves a failure the property may be lost to him and on his death his heirs simply receive so much less than they otherwise would but the Indebtedness casts no burden upon them It may wipe out his entire property and they receive nothing To that extent they may suffer If a failure to Inherit prop erty can be called suffering But pub lie Indebtedness Is of a different char acter It does not wipe out property now existing but It casts a burden upon the Industries and toll of those who come after us Interest and prin cipal are met by taxes and taxes con tinue from age to age until the debt Is paid They who come after us who may receive little or no benefit from the debt are called upon to contribute the proceeds of their labor to Its pay ment In other words while private Indebtedness does not mortgage or In cumber future Industry nnd labor public Indebtedness does And In piling up public Indebtedness we too often forget that the future will have Its bur densthat there will be demands upon It for expenditures Improvements and conveniences corresponding to the life of that day will be needed So that there Is Injustice In creating a public Indebtedness for Improvements which will be mainly available In our day and only to a slight degree of benefit to those who come after us Indeed generally speaking It Is fair to leave each generation to determln what amount of public burdens It will as sume and each should take care of Its own public Indebtedness Leslies Weekly FUNCTIONS OF THE STATE Interesting Analysis Made by Bishop Stang of Fall River In a recent address In St Marys cathedral Bishop Stang of Fall River thus analyzed the functions of the stateThe state should not absorb the rights of Individuals but should keep them Inviolate unless they clash with the common good and the Interests of governmentand private prosperity by maintaining peace and good order safeguarding family life respecting religion and punishing evil doers Civil authority may step In to In terfere If through strikes there Is im minent danger of disturbance to the public peace If in workshops and factories there is danger to morals through the mixing of sexes or from any occasion of evil if the health of laborers is endangered by excessive work or the want of sanitary arrange ments or if labor is unsuited to sex or age but the state should not intervene in or meddle with private concerns any further than is required for the rem edy of the evil or the removal of the danger The state should not only protect private ownership as some thing sacred and inviolable but its pol icy should bo to Induce as many people as possible to become owners The possessor of the poorest cabin will not change it for the dreams of a socialis tic paradise A PUBLIC OWNERSHIP PERIL It Would Intrench Corrupt Political Bosses Permanently In Power Referring to the recent announce ment that 51140 persons are on the payroll of New York city the Newark Advertiser declares that In the event municipal ownership of street oCI electric light and gas plants and other public utilities the city em ployees would constitute a political army that would make a change of ad ministration Impossible- It recalls the fact that 25000 city employees In Philadelphia kept Philadelphia In tho bands of the corrupt Durham machine for years and only a great popular uprising finally over threw the grafters- If Durham bad had control of the street railroads and other public utili ties In Philadelphia through municipal ownership It observes ho could have laughed at popular uprisings He would have been as absolute In his authority as the czar The point is well taken In other cities the political situation under public ownership would be as It would In Philadelphia and New York Bosses may be overthrown and grafters turned out whenever the people will it at present Public ownership of all public utilities would end this It would bind tho people hand and foot and deliver them Into the hands of political graftersLong Branch N J Record When Toms Tune Would Change Of course municipall ownership would be liked by any political boss who owns a city as Tom Johnson owns Cleveland Just think of what a tremendous increase of political power could be given to him were about 25 000 or more men to be added to the city payroll I How Tom as an out would like to be a candidate for mayor against such official backed by the support of an army ofpaid retainers1 Ho would like It and favor It Just about as much as he liked or favored three cent fare or municipal ownership of street railways when be was man aging and owning street railways Mansfield 0 News To insist that governmental owner ship Is necessary to guard against abuses is to confess a degree of 1m potency which ta a libel on ottrform of government Vice President Fair buD T JItt Pennsylvania Grafters Simply Ran Wild In Loot Harrisburg Pa June 21Charles D Montague a metallic furniture ex pert of New York testified before the capital Investigating committee that the state had boon grossly over charged for the metallic furniture sup plied by the Pennsylvania Construction company under a 2000000 con tract Ho said he had bored Into the burglar proof vault In the state treasury in four hours with an ordi nary eightInch breast drill Mr Mon tague said also that tho four safes In the capitol for which this concern was paid 06000 by the state were worth only 27000 and that there was no chrome steel or steel rails In the vault only ordinary steel which anyone could bore Into with ease As to the metallic furniture the expert said the state was charged excessive prices He said the subbasement contained one case that cost the state 1182 The list price was 27 subject to dis countAs to the first floor metallic furni ture It cost 229231 and was worth 132103 On the entresol floor the case were billed at 151688 and worth 54470 These estimates were based on standard trade price lists Mr Montague neverheard of metallic furniture being sold by the foot out side of Harrisburg Ho said Architect Huston designed metallic furniture for rooms which do not contain any at all and the plans for which Huston collected a commission of 80000 from the state as his own were prepared by a company which supplied the metallic furniture to the Pennsylvania company The expert said that the bronze on the first floor was worth 26000 The state paid 5660- 00C9lc3RO EtX-AIs theTheKind You Have Always BagHll- of rattan rt p rGENEROUS UNCLE SAM The President Offers to Scale Amount of Boxer Indemnity Washington June 19President Roosevelt has just made the most stu pendous gift to China that the United States or any other government has ever made to a foreign nation Through Secretary Root he has not fied Sir Chentung Liang Cheng the Chinese minister that with the ap proval of congress the United States voluntarily would relinquish tho differ ences between the total of expenses and claims incurred in the suppression of the Boxer revolt of 1900 and tho amount which China agreed to pay to this country In satisfaction thereof The difference Is fixed off clally at the enormous fguro of 27000000 There is no case of indigestion no matter bow irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedily relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor in cur- Ing the stomach of any disorder is rest and the only way to get rest is to actual ly digest the food for the stomach itself Kodol will do it It is a scientific pre paration of vegetable acids containing the very same juices found in a healthy stomachs It conforms to the Pure Fo d and Drugs Law Sold by all druggists ON PROBATION Missouris TwoCent Fare Law Must Work Out Its Own Salvation Kansas City June 1SThe Missourii twocent passenger fare act will g Into effect at 6 a m tomorrow an will be given a three months trial If at the end of that time it is found to be unremunerative its enforcement can then no fought in the courts by the railroads The state officials are temporarily enjoined from enforcing the maximum rate law and this cas will be argued through the federal courts Deadly Affray Over Whisky Beattyvllle Ky June 17At Lee Rose Owsley county tour miles from Booneville a drunken row occurred Sunday afternoon In which Tom Wil son and Wiley Bowling were instantly killed and Henry Caudell and William Long were fatally wounded The fight came up over some whisky All parties are prominent in the mountain families of EsteU county John Estep has been arrested Wilson was atone time town marshal of Jackson Ky and Irvine Ky This little pig went to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well whats the matter her dear little cheeks are so white Poor little tummy is aching naughty old pain go away Cascasweets mother must give her then shell be bright as the day It is sold here bv all druggists IWitnesses Spanish BullFight El Paso Texas June 20 1907 Editor News I want the address of my Pape- changed from Ocoer Fla to El Paso I Texas Since I came out here I have witnessed one Spanish Bull fight in old Mexico and one Is enough for me I will try to describe it as I saw it Sunday evening at 330 oclock the amphitheatre well filled two thUds of the spectators Americans the f bUll f t l lr NATURE PROVIDES FOR SICK WOMEN a more potent remedy In the roots and herbs of the field than was ever drugsIn days of our grandmothers few drugs were used in medicines and Lydia E Pinkham of Lynn Mass in her study of roots and herbs and their power over disease discovered and gave to the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar ills more potent and efficacious than any combination of drugs PINKHAM Lydia Ee Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Is nn honest tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value During Its record of more than thirty years Its long list of Mturl cures of those serious ills peculiar towomen entitles Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence of every fair minded person and every thinking woman When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions weakness displacements ulceration or inflammation backache I flatulency general debility indigestion or nervous prostration they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pink CompoundNo country has such a record of cUres of female ills and thousands of women residing in every part of the United States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable compound and what It has done for them Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She hoe guided thousands to health For twentyfive years she has been advising sick women free of charge She is the daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pink ham and as her assistant for years before her decease advised under her immediate direction Address Lynn Mass I ring Is opened First the bull comes into the ring followed by two horses i promped by Mexicans four regular Spanish bull fighters The chief fighter was dressed in gold armory and waving red flags in the face of the bull One horse was killed and another wounded The fight lasted thirty minutes when the bull was killed and pulled out The second bull was brought into the ring and fought half hour and was killed Two horses were badly gored The third bull was then brought into into the ring In this round one horse was killed The bull fought half an hour The head matador took a ten foot pole and ran it up between the bulls horns and vaulted clear over him the bull goring the air Then the bull was tired down and dispatched The I 1 LYDIA E fourth bull was dispatched in practically the same mannerhis Mexican antag onist subjecting himself to little danger In fact it was entirely a one sided thing The bulls had no more showing than the people have against tne bulls of Wall street Now I am going to acknowledge that bull fighting is bad but I believe we have worse things in our country- I am out here for my wifes health She is gaining about a pound a week and is improving in other ways Z would like to tell you all about the country and its cilmate and the city which is a wide awake place in fact it is a boomer It I was not such a poor one to tell anything I would tell you all about it Your old friend C C Beasley I700 STUDENTS WANTED To Quality for the 7OOor rnore desirable positions that we will be nil in the next ur We bade2iench esareInuchgreatdemandby more THOROUGHLY than other schools train their graduates QUALITY cpunu with the shrewd buel DOM men of this day and age If you are unwise enough to cheatyounelf bytaking a cheap abort coune at some school ofQuestionable reputBUonyou can not with uipmentinduceabusinessmanto JobOuryearsappealswhen In need of competent stenographers claptrapunderthe attendingthisstroll worE win tae ranut tnat7ou wwuiconroiMTiB be wanted by business men when you graduate Enroll M soon as poulble Ask for elegant 08page catalogue BRYANT I STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE sicontf Walnut Looltiiin xy hm eeoooeeeoseeesoeeoes e+ w+ eeee e The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS BeardiDr A Adminisd trator Guardian and in every Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orlBurglary eesoeooeee o+oeees ee e THE LEADING AMERICAN MAGAZINEtt ThECENThRYjiN IThree Great THE SHUTTLE Serial Novelsjljl I An International Hodgson NowI t COME AND FIND Ml it tANovel of the Far North I 3 3By Elizabeth Robins RUNNING WATER I f Author Novel of of Travel The and Adventurell I I IA IMPORTANT ROOSEVELT- THE ARTICLE BY 1 PANAMA CANAL 1 By Secretary William H Taft TiiBGiERMiN EMPERORS VniE IN PARIS AND IN VEST j GARDENING FARMING AND IIWIUSTIt1RARiMTEi rtRIISEVENTY rtv Sit STORIES PAPERS ON ART I THE1 AMERICAN B CIVIL WAR II1 Three Short Serials Supplementing the Centurys famous II War Series It ROW TilE WAR GNERAL HOWARDS LINCOLN IN THEeWAS FINANCED REMINISCENCES TELEGEAPHOyaCL the career of- munpublished of exciting daysAn Grantoanddother leeaad contributedenFroof coin tho telegra Illustrated ers of the time Illustrated pher of the War Department rdocuments THE FINEST COLOR WORK OF THE MAGAZINES NEW SUBSCRIBERS who begin with November egos In which number Mrs Burnett treat international novel II The Shuttle begins may obtain free of charge it they ask for them on eu urlbIIlC the August September and Octo ber igee numbers and thus let first chapters ofII Running Water the substroagaorelb 00udbanTILe Cttary Ce Uatom Si vart Ntw T rk tilT L rr- y y i uijlx+ rS + tV car a is Fgry sf yiA4kJ TEHEMOTHERSAfbCHILDRE Pernna Should Bo Kept In Every Household i Whero There Are Little Children peruna should be kept In the house mil the time Dont wait until the child is sick then solid to a drug store But kaTe Pornna on hand accept no sub 8UtutoII Children are especially liable to acute eatarrh Indeed most of the affections of childhood are catarrh All forms of sore throat qulnay croup hoarseness laryngitis etc are but different phases of catarrh Peruna Contains tto Narcotics One reason why Peruna has found permanent use Ipso many homes Is that It contains no narcotic of any kind Perunn If taken according to printed directions Is perfectlyharmless It can bo uscu nay length of timo without i Acquiring a drug habit It does not produco tomporary results but it is per manent in its effect It has no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminates catarrh by re moving the causo of catarrh REPORT OF COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The first session of Annual Count Convention was opened with devotional services led by R L McGuflla Then lecture and stereopticon views by T C Gebauer Miss Nannie Lee Frayser in her winsome way told the story of David Tuesday morning the session opened with devotional by Rev F R Robeits We were welcomed by J P Haswell Jr who said all present represented the best of communitiesthose who are working f jr the advancement of Christian edu cation of children As Rev Graves was absent V G Cabbage responded and said he knew of no better place to be than at Hardins buy at a County Sunday School Coif ventionReading minues of last convention was next on program First topic called was Our Birthright by R L Oelze He spoke first of Esnus birthright and his selling it to Jacob He said we have a birthright greater than either Esau or Jacob giving au excellent talk upon that subject In Mrs J W Hughes topic True Aim of Sunday School Workshe took for her motto Acts 2028 Then said take heed of self and if we feel lack take heed ot God Next we are to take heed of our flock The aim is to win the people to true righteousness Heparl of County Superintendent was called None responded at time but later received a written report from c Mm W J Piggott superintendent of teacher training in which she reported one class at Irvington In conference on these reports Mr Gebauer tried to show the necessity of all being up and doing He read us a greeting to us from Grayson County Sunday School workers Phil 48 In his talk on Teacher Training he said every member of Sunday School should be a shepherd that we must find the young people and the boys and girls of Breckenridge county Bring them into the Sunday School end when get them must hold them feed them on Bible truth and to do that must have teachers meeting and then training class There are more than three I thousand boys and girls out of Sunday School in Breckenridge county An earnest plea was made for them Had splendid reports from all district secretaries Miss Prayser before telling the Bible story of Samuel gave her 6 reason foretelling these stories and her t +rry Mrs P Brockman 818 Meade street Appleton Wis writes catarrh which had made me so mis I have never bad a return of the arable and unhappy before Ibegin taking Peruna I would not be without It In the house now old to whom I girt Peruna for a cold ul have m baby boy two years and my husband also takes Peruna I thankyou and wish you wellMrs F orocicman t No Doctor Heeiuired Mr Edward Otto 927 De Soto street St Paul Minn writes- I cannot say enough for Peruna It has done great work in my family es peclally for my oldest boy We had doctoredwith three or four different doctors and they did not seem to do him goodWe up hopes of cure and BO did thoy but we pulled him through on Penltia We had several doctors and they said they could do no more for him so we tried Peruna as a last resort and that did the work Since then we keep It In the house all the time and no doctor Is required Edward Otto There are a multitude of homes where Peruna has been used off and on for twenty years Such a thing could not be possible If Feruua contained any narcotics I earnestness in so doing Appointment of committees Rev J W Hughes gave benediction Adjournment until 115 Afternoon session opened with de votional by Rev E B English in reading second and third division of 119 Psalm Then report of County Secretary and Treasurer in which fifty one schools reported 3797 scholars with 10727 paid to Sunday School work First topic called Winning andi Holding Young Men by Rev B M Currie He said failure of reaching young men is not in the church but in us Must win them lovingly cannot drive the youth of today Do not depend on theory but go after the boy and to be able to hold them we must be alive ourselves As a parting word he said follow them find them and feed themMr Burns iu discussing Who and What Constitutes the Sunday School said all people constitute the Sunday School and the what consists of good officers and teachers He impressed the necessity of home department and cradle roll Miss Frayser gave as few Essentials in Elementary Teachings First we must all have keen sense of responsi bility that rests upon uSi must know how much of truth must he presented Teach clearly plainly thoughtfully sweetlyRev I Cline ably discussed his topic and showed the need of denominational cooperationMr Beard gave vivid contrast of Sunday Schools tifty years ago and today Thirtysix schools were represented Nine district officers six county officers five pastors eight superintendents and forty teachers The committee on nomination made the following report T B Henderson president R L Oelze vice president Mrs Hollis Drane secretary Mrs Bet tie HcGloihlan home department Mrs W J Piggott primary Joe H Pile house visitation Prof Warner teache trainingThe was received andadopted The Committee on Resolutions offered the following report Resolved That we as members of this convention and also citizens of a Christian nation awake to a greater activity and interest in this international Sunday School work also to its dif ferent departments and especially to the cradle roll and home department teachers meeting and training class Resolved That a greater effort on the I W a The Benefit Which the Children of the United State Hare Received Froth ennft Can Never Be Put Inte Words The chronlo ailments It has prevented the suffering It has mitigated will never be fully recorded But at least this much can be said that the coming generation owes a great debt to Peruna for It is In the tender years of youth tbat slight ailments are liable to develop Into lasting disease thus blasting the whole career of the IndividualTho who are bringing up their children today to believe In Peru na are speaking from their experience These children brought up to believe lu Pornna from the start will when they become heads of families themselves use Peruna with unquestioning faith part of the district officers be maniflest in a more thorough acquaintance with the work and make it a personal mat ter that we see to schools individually Resolved That we tender our sincere thanks to Miss Nannie Lee Frayser and Rev T C Gebauer for their most val uable services and helpful inspiration to the work- Resolved That we extend our thanks to the organist and choir for the happy rendering of the beautiful songs and also the good ladies of the town who soI bountifully supplied the wants of the physical man- Resolved That we extend to our couhty papers our grateful thanks for their assistance rendered us through their liberal publications Whereas We have enjoyed splendid convention Be it furtherIResolved That we extend to our county officers our appreciation of their faithful and efficient service Resolved That we send greetings to our sister county Meade Acts 20 28 Take heed therefore unto yourselves and to all the flock over which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers to feed the church of God which He hath purchased with Hrs own blood Miss Cora Matthews Chm Miss Blanche Jolly Mrs M G Butler Miss Sarah E RichardsonSecretary This report was received and adopted McQUADY McQUADY ICYII Mrs Hob Frank who has been quite ill of measles Is slightly Improved John Bates and Len Taul were in Louis ville last week attending the Republican State Convention School will open here July 1 with Rosco Lasley principal and Miss Walker assistant Barney Dyarnett and Garfield Burden havo purchased a drilling outfit and aro drilling a well for Len Taul this week Mrs Sandbach has returned from Krloda land Ky where she has been visiting Dr Sandbachs parents Several from hero went to Louisville on the excursion last week The Modern Woodmen lodge will give a ball and Ice cream supper at McQuady Satur day night Juno 29 Manlvel Day Dob Day and Bill Dates left hero last Thursday for Arkansas where they go to work In timber Jesse Day and his cousin Annie Day of Short Creek were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Sawyer lost week Mr and Mrs Old Squires of Hardinsburg are the guests of Mr and Mrs Andrew Squires this week McQuady may have a new depot The of facials of the road were here lost week and decided that the old depot is Inadequate for ihereiII 1 A Childs Life Saved Mr O H Farmer Now Mar tinaville W Va writes Our little son Harry is well and healthy now and we think if We do as you directed UH he will keep his health and grow stung We know that our little sons lite wassa vedbyyottr wonderful medicine Perana and w shall always praise Peruna and uje It In our family when neededShould we hay any more catarrhal trouble in our fauuVn we shall always write to you for treatment Mr W F Dorlng lit Vernon Mo writesI used Pernna to my entire satisfaction and am exceedingly given pleased with tho results having suffered greatly with catarrh of the stomach CHENAULT CHENAULT KY Tom Smith of StephensjJort was in town last week on business O B Cunningham was in fjoulsrlllb and Irvlngton last week on business Miss Melissa Speaks of Mooleyvllle spent last week the guest of her sister Mrs Jno TobinMisses Ruth and Eracble Cady of Chicago are visiting Miss Dess Cunningham Mrs G E Lewis and Mrs U C DutschVe of Ammons spent one day last week with Mrs A Bennett Doss Parr who has been visiting In Bran denburg and othe places for some time is now visiting his si ter Mrs O B Cunning hamI S Mason of Beaver Dam and 0 II Mills of Quston Insurance men wore here for several days last week Jacob Roger of Wolf Creek was in town last week selling the Blue Flame Oil stoves and made a sale of several Miss Bobble Brodie who has spent several months at Gulf Port Miss returned home last Wednesday accompanlen by her sister Mrs Horraco Scott and little daughter Margaret Brodle II S Cunningham of this place and Miss Edith Cummings of Derby Ind were married Monday at New Albany- J P Tarboe went to Ilardlnsburg Sunday Miss Verna Smith of Stephensport visited Miss Ruth Wagenast last week Several from Kentucky attended Catholic church at Derby Ind Sunday 5100 Reward SIOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreadful disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being 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 hare so much faith in Its curative powets that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Sond for list of testlmonlasIAddress F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists The Take Halls family PlUs for constipation Infant Succumbs The seven months old baby of Mr and Mrs Richard Hawkins of the Hites Run neighborhood died Sunday night and was buried Monday after noon in the Hawkins burying ground i r30 Sterling 183 Brown Avenue Norfolk Va writes 1J1 I My little boy Meredith suf 4oodwith Indigestion so badly hey i ji1could not eat anything without it him Very sick so I 11makingj Lr thought as many others haveJ ll that I would try Poruna and it 1 worked like a charm Now he eats anything he wishes and I would aot be with out It lotanything 1I My other little boy Alfred two and a half years old has taken it and received as much benefit from Pernna as his brotherI my testimonial maybe ef some benefit to others as I feel as though I cannot praise It enough Mrs J C Sterling Mr Howard Andrew Hterner 424 Canal street Reading Pa writes- I have Peruna In my house all the time and wont be without it It Is good for children when they take a cold or croup It cured my baby boy of croup- I have introduced Peruna into six families since I received your last letter and four have seen relief already Howard Andrew Sterner Perana Protects the Entire Household Aa soon as the value of Peruna Is appreciated by every household both as a preventive and cure tens of thousands of lives will be saved and hundreds of thousands of chronic lingering cases of catarrh will bo prevented I w t CUSTER CUSTgR KY H H Kemper Irvington called on Mr A B Suter Thursday Harvey Allen and brotherRoy Allen two hustling drummers took dinner with their cousin Mrs Taylor Thursday and called on the Custer merchants Mrs Sallie Tucker is improving though her age1 eightythree years precludes the possibility of her ever getting entirely well Lucile McConnell accompanied her father on his last round of pastoral visiting and made a three days visit to little Leland Butler Jonas Tucker and James Tucker were called to see their mother Mrs Sallie Tucker while she was so sick The infant of Mr and Mrs Sam All good was buried Wednesday after noon Miss Babe Ann Smith spent Monday Tuesday and Wednesday with Miss Pearl Rhodus The rest of the week she spent with Miss Lora Harrington and returned home Saturday Miss Pearl Rhodus and Miss Babe Ann Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Lee and Anna Trent Allie Alexander spent Saturday and Sunday at Buras visiting his grand father and grandmother Alexander Mrs Della Springate has returned from visiting her mother Mrs Kit Martin at big Spring Nasal Catarrh an inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the air passages is not cured by any mixtures taken into the stomach Dont waste time on them Take Elys Cream Balm through the nostrils so that the fever ed swollen tissues are reached at once Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often you have been dis appointed we know Elys Cream Balm will cure you as ithas cured others by the thousand All druggists SOc Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Thomas Delahunt of Cannnlton is attending the semisentenial of the University of the South which is being celebrated at Sewanee Kodol When Sickness Comes to JLittlo Ones It Is the Mother Who Chic Suffers Sho suffers oven more than tho ch who happens to bo sick Her sympathy Is deeper than that any other member of tho family The mothor looks forward with dre to the torrid boat of summer think nablIare Spring and summer are sure to brl ailments especially among the lit folks It does not take a mother very long discover that Peruna Is tho best ids she has in tlmo of Illness among t childrenA Multitude of Mothers Have discovered that Peruna Is the standby and that In many oi tae si monte of spring and summer to rtiio the children aro subjected Pornna J the romedy that will gonoraUy quick relieve Whethor it is spring fever or stomaa derangement whether It ia IndJgostioi or bowel disease n catarrhal congestiou of tho mucous surfaces is tho cause Pernna quickly relieves this condition of the mucous membranes Its opera tion is prompt tho children do not dis like to take tho medicine it has no dele terious effects in any part of tho body It simply removes the cause of the disagreeable symptoms and restores the health peruna is a household remedy for all catarrhal ailments of winter and sumx mer acuto or chronic The mothers allover tho United State are the best friends that Peruna has Mr C Hallock Antwerp Ohio writes My dmngh torAHio after taking three bottles of your Peruna is entirely cured yearitandlnga general tonic as well as for catarrh and are well pleased with it and recommend it to anybody who has catarrh The Mothers Hold Penwu in Hick Eiteein Not only because it has cured them ot their various ailment but because ifc promptly rescues the children from the throes and grasp of catarrhal die easesWe have in our flies many testimonials from motherswhoso children have been cured by Poruna However the largo majority of mothers who use Peruna we never hear from But wo do hear from a great number of mothers who are so overjoyed atsome special good they havo received from Peruna that they cannot restrain tfcetr enthusiasm They aro anxious to shan these benefits with other mother n WY O Ws WILL DECORATE AT OWENSBORO NEXT SUNDAY i Owensboro Messenger The Woodmen ofthe World will hold decoration services Irot Elmwood ceme ttyat230 oclock Sunday afternoon June 30 The Woodmen will unveil two monuments at this service The orationii will be delivered by former Governor William O Bradley The monuments are to be unveiled over the graves of Claude H Basham who died last August and Jesse G Cannon who died last June Robert W Triplett of the Waco Texas lodge and Willie Hite of the Madisonvillo lodge Five hundred Woodmen of Louisville will come to Owensboro on a special train and prominent Woodmen from all over the state will be in attendance This will be the greatest gathering of Woodmen ever held in this district A special program is going prepared for this occasion by the lodge A band will be at the head of the line of Wood men which will march from the lodge rooms to the cemetery Cures Blood and Skin Diseases Iickta Humors Send no monev simply write and ti Botanic Blood Balm at our expense If you suffer from ulcers eczenu scrofula Blood Poison cancer ratin sores itching skin pimples boils boa pains swellings rheumatism catarrh any blood or skin diseadewe advise yo to take Botanic Blood Balm BB B Especially recommended for old obstit ate deepseated cases of mllignan blood or skin disease because Botani Blood Balm B B B kills the polio in the blood cures where all else fait heals every sore makes the blood pnr and rich gives the sklnithe ode glow of health B B B th most perfect blood purifier made Im proves the digestion strengthens weal kidqeys Thoroughly tested Tor thertkyears 1 per large bottle at dru stores with complete directions fa home cure Sample ofBlood Balm sea free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan Qa Describe trouble and free medic advice sent in sealed letter FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT StOma th- nQ Fer WWIlg4MJs V7 DeW9 s kWMl tit hider Pset aM morass MIT AT TUB IABMATORT W- JB lO D WITT Ie COMPANY CHICAGO ILIFor Sal by elf Drugtfisrt 160 fop