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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fl rt v a Mfsw r Y s- I YTHE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1907 8 Pates NO 51 t SETTLEPOOLING POOLINGQUESTION ContractIWith Louisville Tobac co Warehouse Co MR SHREWSBERRY ELECTED I CHAIRMAN OF SOCIETY The regular monthly meeting of the Society of Equity was held at Hardinsr burg last Monday There was a good attendance of members and tobacco I growers The meeting was lively from start to finish and reminded one oran I old time political convention The ab sorbing question was the letting of the r contract to finance handle store and a sell the 1007 crop of tobacco I President Wilson called the meeting to order and said We are here this I afternoon to consider two propositions 1I for selling and storing the 1907 crop of tobacco He referred to the last l conItract was submitted by Beard Us Hens ley This contract was not satisfactory a to all the members and to make it I i appointeditract and report to this meeting The business of this meeting is to receive report of that committee He advised harmony in this meeting Those who differ in theirviewson this matter should be fair and considerate be respectful proceed in order and harmony protest the organization it fis bIgger than any man and should be preserved He then called for a report of the committee Mr Shrewsbury chairman of cornr t mittee went to Louisville and conferred with the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co and was offered the same prop fi theyfian expert bookkeeper to go over the books und allow the Society every cent of profit above selling fee He said bethought this a better contract than Beard Hcnsleya and advise tha t itI be accepted Mr Silas Miller another member of the committee said he was in favor of the Louisville contract Mr Sharp District Organizer from Ohio county moved that all the reg ularly appointed delegates be seated Mr Monarch offered a substitute to the motion giving all farmers and tobacco growers present a right to vote on the j proposition Mr Miller wanted to know if the other vote was by delegates or by tobacco growers The chairman overruled the motion saying it was out of order that this was not a delegate vote but a vote of the tobacco growers Mr Sharp took ex ceptions to this ruling and said it was an Equity meeting and none bnt duly appointed delegates should be allowed contendedthatifany tobacco grower had a right to vote on the proposition From this on the meeting got into a regular wrangle and some pretty hot words passed The chairman rapped for order andafter quiet was restored the two contracts read and a vote taken which resulted in 45 for the Beard Ss Hensley contract and 50 for the Louiaviflf contract This concluded the business of the mass conventionThe then called the regular meeting of the society to order and the delegates took their seats Chairman Wilson offered his resignation as President on account of his removal to the West Mr Shrewsbury was elected to fill his place defeating John Monarch by one vote IRVINGTON I IRVINGTON KY The young people of the Baptist church gave a song service at the church last Sunday evening which was exceedingly fine and enjoyed by a large and appreciative audience Mrs Will Gardner and two babies accompanied by Miss Gedery and Hay= denBram left Friday for Alton and Chenault Ind for a several weeks t visit to relatives Mrs Charlie Bowman and sister Mrs Scott Brown left Saturdayfor Hardins burg to be the guests 0fMrand Mrs 1Will Bowman Kr EdMeddis af Louisville a sine I i n e Tuesday for a visit to G N Bandy Mr and Mrs N B Netherton and baby Louise are spending two weeks near Leitchfield visiting his parents Mrs Frank Montgomery left for her home at Lebanon after a short visit to her sister Mrs Charlie Chamberlain Miss Ollie May Clarkson of Big Spring came last Thursday for a visit to Mr and Mrs H H Kemper Mr Moorman Ditto returned to Har dinsburg Saturday after being the guest of his aunt Mrs F H McGehee Mr and Mrs John R Wimp enter tained very delightfully at their beau tiful country home last Saturday even Ing Those present were Mr and Mrs H H kemper Miss Annie Tydings Louisville Miss OHe May Clarkson ofII Big Spring and Miss Ellen Munford Miss Claire Jolly returned Friday from Cloverport where she went to at tend the Epworth League Convention PAYS THEM NO MIND e City Council IIgnores Saloonists Demand For Return of IMoney Paid For Saloon Privileges At the regular monthly meeting of the city council Monday night the for- ma demand made by Weisonborg Mullen at a previous meetingfor the re turn of money paid into the city treasury for saloon privileges received only passing notice At the former meeting the matter was referred to the Finance Committee The committee did not think the matter of sufficient importance to report upon it and apparently this was the view taken by the council asst whole as they passed the demand up as unworthy of notice The demand was made by Messrs Weisenburg Mullen through their attorney Mr Gus Brown of Hardins burg who stated that it was only ft for mality previous to instituting clvUpro ceedings in the Circuit Court against the cityIMessrs Weisenburg Mullen ask for the return of 1000 saloon privi leges for one year claiming that by a recent decision of the Court of Appeals they were forced to close their doors before the expiration of their license and that the council is therefore ob ligated for the return of the full amount paid for a years privileges JNO W SQUIRES DEAD Death Follows Lingering Illness of Well Known Hardinsburg Citizen HARDINSBURQ KY Mr John W Squires aged fiftyseven years died at his home after a lingering illness last Tuesday night The fu neral services were held at the Baptist church the following afternoon the Rev E B English the pastor Jffici ting The interment was in the new cemetery Mr Squirts had been in ill health for about four years and had been confined to his bed for about three months He is survived by his wife and four chil dren The children are Mrs Tice Hendricks Mrs Larkin Gibson Miss Eliza Squires and George Squires Mr Squires was a member of the New Bethel Baptist church and had been since 1871 He was a leading farmer and business man of the county and he leaves a considerable estate HayesMortonV On the 27th of June at 9 p m the marriage of Miss Bessie G Hays to Mr James B Morton was solemnized the Rev Koenig officiating The ceremony took place at the home of the bride in Louisville Only the immedi ate relatives and a few close friends of the couple were present The attendants were Miss Mary Alice Hays sister of the bride and Dr DIx on of Virginia Mrs Morton is the t youngest daugh ter of Dr and Mrs John E Hays and is anexcellent young lady Mr Morton is a former Meado county boy and is a young than of sterling character After the ceremony refreshments were served after which the young couple lleft for their new home 4006 ThITdlavenuea iT i r t k b THE BEST MEETINGIN Epworth Leagues Have Profitable and Pleas ant Sessions HENDERSON SELECTED AS PLACE FOR NEXT MEETING Henderson was selected by the Dis trict Epworth League as the next place for holding its annual convention The exact date has not been set but the meeting will be held some time in June The annual convention of the Louis ville Methodist Conference Epworth worth League adjourned in this city on last Thursday evening after a three days meeting The attendance was the largest in the history of the League there being ninetyone delegates enrolled repre senting with one or two exceptions every league in the district From every standpoint the mooting was a most decided success The talks made by the leaguers were full of wit and wisdom and the lectures were very instructive The choir rendered most excellent music and to its members is due great credit for much of the pleasure of the meeting The social feature was immensely enjoyed the business sessions were full of interest and the program in every other particular as carried out added to both the pleasure and profit derived from the convention The enthusiasm with which the delegates entered into their work the vim and vigor displayed throughout the proceedings and the Christian spirit and hearty good cheer prevailing at all ttmos made this withal the bahnor meetingThe officers were elected for the ensuing year H B Fleece Louisville President Robert Claxton Owensboro First Vice President Mrs Mary Redd Hopkinsville Sec ond Vice President Miss Mayme DeHaven Cloverport Third Vice President E 0 Harbin Louisville Fourth Vice PresidentMiss Munkle Bowling Green Junior Superintendent j Clift Pritchett Madison Treasurer Secretary taryProf W H Pritchett Head Master Louisville Training School Beech mont Ky Central Methodist League Editor 000 Conference Notes At the last meeting of the Conference which was held Thursday night the auditorium of the church was not large enough to hold the crowd that had gathered there for the occasion The Sunday School room had to be thrown open to accommodate the people and the Rev B M Curries wish that the last service might he a good one if not the best came true 000 The Quiet Hour Services were as inspiring and helpful as the were early aud the Rev 5 M Miller in the still hours of the morning gave some beautiful talks f 000 Mrs S G Shelly formerly of this city made several short talks during the meeting 000 Miss Frances Munkle Mrs J H McRea and Miss Kate Mason read interesting papers in regard to the var ious departments of League work 000 Among the visiting Leaguers whose music was greatly appreciated were Miss Leaman and Miss Thompson of Owensboro who sung and H Tyler Watts of Louisville who played di vinely on the violin 000 Rev S M Miller of Jeffersonville and Rev F E Lewis president of the League Board were two of the most popular bachelors 000 H B Fleece a prominent lawyer of Louisville representative of the Broad way Methodist church of that city and 7 t who had charge of the Missionary De partment was made president of the Conference Board for the ensuing year 000I- tcsoiutions First That we congratulate Clover port on its beautiful church elegant homes and lack of saloons Second That we offer our sincere tanks to the people of Cloverport for abundant hospitality apd the reception effectual efforts to make us comfortable Third That the choir be thanked for its sweet music throughout the confer enceFourth That we thank the Board and conference officers for their service dur ing the past year Fifth That we recommend the Ep worth Era and Central Methodist to every league and leaguer within the bounds of the Louisville Conference Sixth That we ask our leaguers to send reports throughout the year to the League editor to be published on the League page of the Central Methodist 1to1 Eighth That we urge upon each del egate the benefit of an echo meeting in giving encouragement and new life to leaguersNinth That the spirit of this Conference namely A more complete surrender and greater preparation for service be carried home by every delegate and put into practiceF Pres D A Walker Mrs Rochester HARROWING Price Wilson Gets Mixed Up With Montana Pony In Runaway Scrape and Is Painfully Hurt I That the Montana pony is an uncertain quantity when hit docility is the matter in question and that be iis beetwbfiitlWiAjyilejirjorj AcI an Jwot facts that Mr Price Wilson is sure he knowsMr Wilton lives across the river from Holt He owned a Montana pony and one day last week was working him to a plow Just as things wore at most serene state like the still before storm the pony decided to give an exhibition of Wostern ranch life with Mr Wilson to do the cow boy stunt Mr Wilson was not made acquainted with the aminals meditations until they were put into active operation and his introduction to the new turn of affairs was a twoforty pace around the field with the ponys heels his plow and himself vicing with one another I as to which could go up in the air the farthest and light the hardest During this lightning tour of the premises the pony was in the lead with Mr Wilson and the plow bringing up a creditable rearMr Wilson finally extricated himself from his unenviable as well as perilous position while the pony continued his mad race ending up at the bottom of a high cliff and taking his final flight into pony land Mr Wilson was badly bruised up and was under the care of a physician for several days He Is about well now FOURTH OF JULY LID IS ON Not Much In Store For the Young America of Cloverport To morrow In Way of Celebrating Tomorrow is the Glorious Fourth To the small boy in many of the cities and towns It means a day of joy fol lowed by many more days spent in re pentance The young America of Clo verport is practically safe from the I dangers that often beset the youngsters when they get too familiar with the fireworks incident to a Fourth of July celebration aslithe lid is on with a vengeance when it comes to the small boy and a gun or other firearms getting mixed up In a joyful revelry and the day will probably have little more in store for them than any other day Mr and Mrs T E Pauley of Mat toon Ill are the guests of relatives Mr Pauley will return home this week but Mrs Pauley will spend a month with her mother ANNUALII FARMERS INSTITUTES a Time Set For Holding Meetings at Various County Seats AUGUST 2627 DATE FOR MEETING IN THIS COUNTY Agricultural Commissioner Vree 1State completed arrangements for holdiugof Farmers Institutes in the several counties of the Stats and made public the itinerary Quite a number of wellknown lecturers have been secured by the Commisioner to participate in the meetings and address the assembled farmers The Institutes will be held between AUUst 19 and October 28 next The State has been divided into five districts for the purposes of the work and a director and lecturers assigned to each In addition to those assigned to the several districts special lecturers will be sent into the districts to lecture largerCThe following epistles elf iacludecY lathe First Didirtct and the Institutes will be held on tie dales gives Mende Brand nbuix Momtajr and Tuesday August 96 7- Breckenridge iTardtuBburg Wed nesday an1 Thursday August 18 20 Hancock Hawesrille Fridayand Saturday August 3031 DaviessWest Louisville Monday und Tuesday September Jr8 The following lecturers have been assigned to this district Charles Mc iHtyrf of Chnndlersrilie 0 S E Stride at Peunville 0 aud L G Spencer of Warren O i THEY TARRY NIGHTa Party of Chicagoans Ride Right In Snooze Awhile and Ride Right Out Again An auto car bearing a party of Chi cago millionaires bankers and theatri cal managers choochooed Into Clo verport Monday night and tarried till early morning The party consisted of Joseph Leiter millionaire and erstwhile wheat king If Will J Davis of the Iroquois Theater and G W Lederer theatrical manager together with the wives of Messrs Davis and Lederer The party spent Sunday at the Seel bach in Louisville Monday night was spent at the Pate House in this city The hint was dropped that they were making a tour of several of the princi pal cities with a view of establishing large theatres Whether or not Clover port will be favored with some of their capital along this line time will serve to tell though it is safe to say that not over 500000 will be put into a theatre in this city should they decide to build The impression got out that the party was considering the Tobinsport wharf landing as a favorable site for the theatre but this proved a mistake the cause of their sojourn there being a mire down of the auto ca- rENTHUSIASM Aroused In Sunday School Work at Hites Run Meeting on Last Sunday atIJune 30 under the auspices of R L Oelze District President Short talks were madefy Mr Oelze Mr V G Babbage of Cloverport Mr Bate Herndon ot Irvington Mr Clifton Payne of Hariwd and Mr S E Wag goner of HitesRun Quite a fair sized crowd was in at tendance a good time is reported and much enthusiasm was aroused in the Sunday School work The god people of Hites Run are to be congratulated at the prosperous con dition of their Sunday School A TRIP TO JAMES TOWN EXPOSITION Will Be Given the Young Lady Receiving the Largest Num ber of Votes at the Masonic Picnic to Be Held at Hardinsbure Saturday August 3 SIX TRIPS TO MAMMOTH CAVE THE MASONS HAVE DE CIDED TO GIVE AWAY SEVEN DELIGHTFUL TRIPS AT THEIR FOURTH ANNUAL PICNIC TO BE HELD AT HARDINSBURG ON SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1907THE CHIEF PRIZE IS A TRIP FROM THE WIN NERS NEAREST RAIL ROAD STATION TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION AND RETURN VIA WASH INGTON WITH PRIVILEGE OF A STOPOVER AT THE NATIONS CAPIT4L aAND A STEAMER RIDE DOWN THE HISTORIC POTOMAC AND CHESAPEAKE BAY TO NORFOLK THE TICKET IS GOOD FOR FIF TEEN DAYS AND ALL EX PENSES WILL BE PAID BY THE PICNIC MANAGE MENTTHE SIX OTHER PRIZES ARE TRIPS TO THE MAM MOTH CAVE WITS ALL EXPENSES PAID THE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST ARE AS FOL LOWSANY YOUNG LADY MAY ENTER THE CONTEST WHO 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 NUMBER OF VOTES EACH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF THE COUNTY WILL BE ENTITLED TO ONE TRIP TO THE MAM MOTH CAVE AND THE YOUNG LADY FROM EACH DISTRICT WHO RECEIVES THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTESWILL BE AWAR DED THE TRIP VOTES ARE OBTAINED FROM THE SALE OF DIN NER TICKETS AND SPEC KINDOFAND MAY BE SOLD TO ANY PERSONA TICKET EN TITLES A CANDIDATE TO 25 VOTES AND IS ALSO GOOD FOR ONE DINNER AT THE PICNIC- A SPECIAL TICKET EN TITLES A CANDIDATE TO 100 VOTES ALL TICKETS AND THE MONEY THEY REPRE SENT MUST BE TURNED OVER TO THE COMMITTEE NOT LATEK THAN 5 P M AUGUST 3 1907 AT WHICH TIME THE CONTEST CLOSESTICKETS OF EITHER KIND MAY BE PROCURED AT ANY TIME AND EACH CANDIDATE WILL BE CHARGED WITH THE TICKETS RECEIVE1JAND REQUIRED TO ACCOUNT FOR TEEM FOR TICKETS OR OTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT ONCE TO- Paul Compton Or Jim P Haswell JivC- ommittee HARDINSBURG KY C wffiIr- t if THE LION AND r i ISFIu By CHARLES KLEIN J Story af American Life Novelized From tIlt Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOUr COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGH AM COMPANY I CHAPTER V- HHY were four days out from T port Two days more and they would sight Sandy Hook and Shirley would know tho worst Sho had caught the North German Lloyd boat at Chorbourg two days nftor receiving the cablegram from Now York Mrs Blake had Insisted on coming along In spite of her nieces protests Shirley nrgped that she had crossed alone when coming she could go back the same way Besides was not Mr Ryder returning home on the same ship He would be company and protection both But Mrs Blake was bent on making the voyage She had not seen her sister for many years and moreover this sudden summons from America had upset her own plans Tho alarming summons home and the terrible shock she had experienced the following morning when Jefferson showed hor the newspaper article with Its astounding and heartrending news about her father had almost prostrated IBhlrley The blow was nil the greater or being so entirely unlocked for ihat tt ha story was true she could not lottbt Her mother would not have cabled except under the gravest cir cumsUucem What alarmed Shirley still more was that she had no direct tttws of her father For a moment her heart stood still Suppose the shock ot this shameful accusation bad killed him Her blood froze in her veins she clinched her fists and dug her nails into her flesh M she thought of the dread noMtblllty that she had looked upon him In life for the last time She re- t matnberod his last kind words when ho came to the steamer to see her off and his kiss when he said goodby and sho had noticed a tear of which ho ap poured to bo ashamed The hot tears walled up In her own eyes sod coursed uubliulored down her cheeks Suddenly she heard a familiar stop bohlnd her and Jefferson Joined her nt tho rail The wind was duo west and blowing half a gale so where they wore standing one of the most expos ed parts of the shipIt was difficult to keep ones feet to say nothing of hear Ing any one speak Its pretty windy here Shirley shouted Jefferson steadying himself against a stanchion Dont you want to walk a little 1 lIe had begun to call her by her first namo quite naturally as If it were in mutter of course Indeed their rela tlous had come to be more like those of brother und sister than anything else Shirley was too much troubled over the news from home to have a mind for other things and In her distress she had turned to Jefferson for advice and help an she would have looked to an elder brother lie was sorry for Judge Rossmore ol course std tthere was nothing he would not do on his return to secure a withdrawal of the charges That his fn thor would use his Influence he had no doubt but meantime he was selfish enough to be glad for the opportunity it gave him to be n whole week alone with Shirley Thus events combined with tho weather conspired to Jirlng Shirley nUll JofTcivon mom closely ttogether The sou had been rough over since they iwllod keeping Mr Blake confined to her stateroom almost continuously They weir therefore constantly In one NiHHherH compiiny and slowly un couaclouflly tlniv was taking root In their lieartH till xiiin of the only real nUll lasting love the love born of something higher than micro physical attraction the nobler more enduring affection that Is born of mutual sym pathy association and companionship Jefferson had been costing furtive glances at his companion and as he noted her serious pensive face bethought how pretty she was He won dorod what she wits thinking of and suddenly Inspired no doubt by the mys terlous power that enables some people to read tho thoughts of others he said abruptlyShirley I can road your thoughts You were thinking of me She was startled for a moment but Immediately recovered her self posses alan It never occurred to her to deny It She pondered for u moment and than replied You are right Jeff I was thinking of you How did you guess Ho leaned over her and took her hand Sho made no resistance Her delicate Blonder hand lay passively In his big brown one and met his grasp frankly cordially He whispered What were you thinking of mo good or bad Good of course How could I think anything bad of you She turned her eyes on him In wonderment then she went on I was wondering how a girl could distinguish between tho feeling she has for a than she merely likes and the feeling she hiss for a man she loves Jefferson bent eagerly forward so as to lose no word that might fall from those coveted lips In what category would I bo placed he asked- I dont qulto know she answered laughingly Then seriously sho added actUkechlidron71YourI have told me tlififr yqti IOTB ma lave K V II known 1t all along it I hnvo appeared cold and indifferent It Is because She heMtated Because echoed Jefferson anx iously as It his whole future depended on that reason I Beetiuse I was not sure of myself Would It be womanly or honorable on my part to encourage you unless I felt I reciprocated your feelings You are young One day you will be very rich The whole world lies before you There are plenty of women who would willingly give you their love No no he burst out In vigorous protostlilt Is you I want Shirley you alone Grasping her hand more closely he went on passion vibrating In every note of his voice I love you Shirley Ive loved you from the very first oven Ing I met you I want you to bo my wifeShirley looked straight up Into the blue eyes so eagerly bent down oh hers so entreating In their expression and In u gentle voice full of emotion she answered Jefferson you have done me tho I greatest honor a man can do a woman Dont ask mo to answer you now I like you very much I more than like you Whether It Is love I feel for you that I have not yet determined Give me time My present trouble and then my literary work I know agreed Jefferson that this Is hardly the time to speak of such matters Your father has first call on your attention But as to your literary work t do not understand Simply this I am ambitious I have had a little successjust enough to crave for more I realize that mar riage would put an extinguisher on all aspirations In that direction is marriage so very commonplace grumblod Jefferson Not commonplace but there Is no room lu marriage for a woman havin personal ambitions of her own Once married her duty is to her husband and her children not to herself That Is right ho replied but which Is likely to give you greater Joy a literary success or a happy wife hood When you have spent your best I I years and given the public your best work they will throw you over for I some new favorite Youll find yourself an old woman with nothing more substantial to show as your life work thus that questionable asset a literary reputation How many literary repu tations today conceal an aching heart and find It dltllcult to make both ends meet How different with the woman who married young and obeys natures I behest by contributing her share to the process of evolution Her life Is spent I basking In the affection of her husband sad the chubby smiles of her dimpled babes and when In the course of time she flndH herself In the twilight of her life she has at her feet n new generation of her own flesh lord blood Isnt that better than a literary reputation He spoke so earnestly that Shirley looked at him In surprise She knew he was serious but she had not sus pected that he thought so deeply on these matters Her heart told her that he was uttering the true philosophy of the ages She said Why Jefferson you talk like a hook Perhaps you are right I have no wish to be a bluestocking and de serted In my old age far from It But give me time to think Let us first ascertain the extent of this disaster which has overtaken my father Then If you still care for me and If I have not changed my mind here she glanced slyly at him we will resume our discussion Again she held out her hand which he had released Is It a bargain she asked Its a bargain he murmured rais- Ing the white hand to his lips A fierce longing rose within him to take her In hto arms and kiss passionately the Its a bargain he murmured mouth that lay temptingly near his own but his courage failed him After all he reasoned he had not yet the rightA few minutes later they left the deck and went downstairs to dress for stoodIl oils iuUoj 2qlll1J It egnrklcd Jn t rrrrthe moonlight Her thoughts traveling faster than the ship Shirley suddenly asked Do you really think Mr Ryder will use his Influence to help my father Jefferson set his Jaw fast and the fanilllar Ryder gleam came into his eyes Its he responded Why not My father Is all powerful lie has made and unmade judges and legislators and oven prosldout Why should ho not be able to put a stop to these preposterous proceed- Ings I will go to him directly we land and well see what can be done So tho tune on shipboard had passed Shirley alternately buoyed up wIth hoio and again depressed by the gloomiest forebodings Tho following night they passed Fire Island and the next day tho huge steamer dropped anchor at quarantine CHAPTER VIA MONTH had passed since the memorable meeting of tho di rectors of the Southern and Transcontinental railroad In New York anti during that time neither John Burkett Ryder nor Judge Rossmore had been Idle The former had Immediately set In motion the machinery he controlled in the leglslutu at Washington while the Judge neglected no step to vindicate himself he fore the public Ryder for reasons of his owh prob ably because he wished to make the blow the more crushing when It did fallhad Insisted on tho proceedings at the board meeting being kept a profound secret and some time elapsed before the newspapers got wind of the coming congressional inquiry No one had believed the stories about Judge Rossmore but now that a quasi official seal had been set on the current gossip there was a howl of virtuous Indignation from the Journalistic snuck rakers What was the country coraln to they cried In double leaded type After tho embezzling by life iniuranc officers the rascality of the railroads the looting of city treasuries the greed of the trusts the grafting of the legislators had arisen a new and more serious scandal tho corruption of the Judiciary The last bulwark of the nation had fallen The country lay helpless at the mercy of legalized satillbn ggmll Even the Judges were no longer to bo trusted The most re spectcd one among them nil had been unable to resist the tempter The BI promo court the living voice of the constitution was honeycombed wIth thegcore Neither the newspapers nor the public stopped to ascertain the truth or the falsity of the charges against Judge Rossmorc It was sufficient that the bribery story furnished the dally sen satlon which newspaper editors and newspaper readers must have The world Is ever more prompt to believe 111 rather than good of a man and no one except In Rossmores Immediate circle of friends entertained the slight est doubt of his guilt It was common knowledge that the big interests were behind the proceedings and that Judge Rossmore was a scapegoat sacrificed by the system because ho had been blocking their game If Ross more had really accepted the bribe and few now believed him spotless he deserved all that was coming to him Senator Roberts was very active In Washington preparing the case against Judge Rossmorc The latter being ot the party which was in tho minority and the Interests controlling n majority In the house It was a foregone conclusion that the Inquiry would bo against him and that a demand would at once be made upon the senate for his Impeachment Almost prostrated by the misfortune which hind so suddenly and unexpectedly come upon him Judge Rossmore was like a man demented His reason seemed to be tottering he spoke and acted like n man in a dream Natural- lyI he was entirely Incapacitated for work and he had applied to Washing ton to be temporarily relieved from his judicial duties He was Instantly granted a leave of absence and went ut once to his home in Madison ave nue where he shut himself up In his library sitting for hours at his desk wrestling with documents and legal tomes In a pathetic endeavor to find some way out trying to elude this net In which unseen bands bud entangled him What an end to his careerl To have struggled and achieved for half a century to have built up a reputation year by year as a man builds a house brick by brick only to see the whole crumble to his feet like dusts To have joined the respect of the country to have made a name as tho most incorruptible of public servants and now to be branded as a common Bribe taker Could he bo dreaming It was too In credible What would his daughter sayhis Shirley Ah the thought of the expression of Incredulity and won der on her face when she heard the news cut him to the heart like a knife thrust Yet bo mused her very un willingness to believe It should really be his consolation Ah his wife and his childthey knew ho had been In nocent of wrongdoing The very Idea was ridiculous At most he had been careless Yet be was certainly to blame He ought to have seen the trap so carefully prepared and Into which ho bad walked as If blindfolded That extra 50000 worth of stock on which ho had never received a cent In terest had been the decoy In a carefully thought out plot They the plot tees well knew how Ignorant he was of financial matters and be had been an easy victim Who would believe his story that the stock had been sent to him with a plausibly worded letter to the effect that It represented a bonus on his own Investment Now ho came to think of it calmly and reasonably- he would not believe It himself As usueh ho had mislaid or destroyed they secretarys letter ana there was only I booksImost Improbable If not Impossible oc I currcnce It was his conviction of his own good faith that made his present dilemma all the more cruel Had he really been n grafter had he really taken the stock as a bribe ho would not caro so much for then he would have foreseen and discounted the chances of ox posure Yes there was no doubt possible He was the victim of a conspiracy there was an organized plot to ruin him to get him out of the way The Interests feared him resented his Judicial decisions and they hadI halted at nothing to accomplish their purpose How could ho fight them back what could ho do to protect himself lie had no proofs of a con splrncy his enemies worked In the dark there was no way in which he could reach them or know who they wore Continued next week PUsburg June24uHuman live sacrnced upon tho altar of Industry might well bo tho title of the blotter in the office of the coroner of All gheny county a volume that mutely proclaims upon Its pages what it cost besides money for Plttsburg and Its district of smoky mills and grid Ironed territory to maintain Its prestige IIn tho milling mining and mercantile e marts of the country and retain Its title of Workshop of the world This volume an official record demanded by the laws of tho commonwealth shows that almost 50 per cent of tho deaths by violence are the reo suit directly and Indirectly of tho ur ceasing rush and grind of the Indus tries in the PIttsburg district Deaths from natural causes contagious die cases suicides murders and accident met in the ordinary walks of life are not considered In this percentage attributed to the Industrial jogger nautTwentysix hundred and sixty deaths were retried to the coroner In the year 1908 919 of which were the result of accidents in mills mines or on railroads Some of the victims wore burned by molten metal a blast furnace burst or a huge ladle was upset in the steel mills others were caugh in the rollers In a plate stall and tom e crushed in time machinery of the rail millsMany were kUled In mines by tailing slate some by gas explosions and others by falls from derricks scaffold and like structures Not a few mot their death while working about the numerous electric cranes The aver age number of deaths reported to the coroner Is about 250 a month For the first five months of the present year there were 1095 deaths 344 of which may be classed as sacrifices For the same period In the preceding year there were 1015 deaths of which 350 may be put in the same category WORK TRAIN WRECKED Eight Men Were Killed and More Than- a Score Badly Injured Hartford Conn Juno 24 Elgh workmen wore killed and thirtyfive Injured when a passenger train on the Highland division of the New York Now Haven Hartford railroad crashed Into the rear of a work train that was backing into the city from New Britain Of the injured two prob ably will die What caused the wreck Is not definitely known The engine men of tho passenger train Jumped and escaped injury The passengers however were badly shaken up and some were cut by flying glass At SL Francis hospital there are thirtyone victims today The doctors say that two of them cannot live CHINESE THEATER HORROR Entrance Blocked During Fire and Five Hundred Perish Miserably Victoria B C June 27A horrible holocaust is reported in mail advices from Hong Kong where 500 Chinese of the audience of a Chinese theater and ten of the actors were burned to death when the native theater was destroyed by fire The flames spread rapidly and the building collapsed blocking the entrance with burning debris The origin of the fire is said to be due to the igniting of explosives concealed under the floor of the theater the fire following the explosion Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Med icine Free If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itches and burns sore lips or gums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from serious blood poison or the beginnings ot deadly cancer Take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It kills the poison in the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the affected parts heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops allaches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all Malignant blood troubles such as eezema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for nil obstinate cases Im proves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists 1 To prove ii- cures it sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter J a H OOO OOOO OO OOOOOO006 That hacking coughcontinues Because your system is exhaustedand 0your powers of resistance weakened 0 Take Scotts Emulsion tOt It builds up and strengthens your entire system gtt aCt It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so Q ioiitt I Lerin tcn Ky June 25 Through the thing If the will of the late Mrs Fanny Jewell Spur of this county it was disclosed that her affection for the favorite horse the famous stallion Pamllco Chief was so great that she directed the horse bo not sold and ap pointed Amantha Shipp executrix of her estate to insure kind treatment to the noble steed Pamllco Chief Is one Kens tucky and for years has been kept on the farm of William Fuqua In Davless county When he was sent to the show ring he rarely left without the becamesso attached to him that she frequently told her friends that she would never part with tho horse and It she died wealthy she would have a monumenet rocted over his grave Her last wish Villi be carried out and the horse will I not be sold Nearly all oldfashioned Cough Syrups see constipating especially those containing opiates They dont act just right Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates It drives the cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels Contains Honey and Tar an l tastes nearly as goodas maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists DUKES Deferred from last weok Misses Pearl and Carrie Basham let Saturday for an extended visit with friends and relatives in Owensboro and McLean county B H Basham attended the teachers examination at Hardinsburg Friday and SaturdayMisses Pearl Johnson Jessie Wheat ley and Homer Tindle attended the teachers examination at Hawesville Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Cicero Rearden and children spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of his parents near Pellville Mrs Martha Cahal returned home Monday after a few days visit with her son Chas Cahal Mr and Mrs Jack Basham are very feeble at this writing Misses Add and Lucy Corley were in Cloverport Friday of last week shopping Mr and Mrs B iF Powers and chil dren visited Henry Waltz at Hawes ville Sunday Mrs Annie Corley spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs Vina Jarboe of Patesville Mr and Mrs Wallace Powers of Goering spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr and Mrs John Johnsons- A verppleasant surprise was tendered Mrs L Newbury in honor of her fifty third birthday Those present were I Mr and Mrs W T Hardin and chil dren Mr and Mrs Alonzo Rearden and Miss Josie Newton of Weber Mr and ii Mrs John Cahal nnd children Mr nndII Mrs Cicero Rearden and children Misses Sonada Powers Jessie Wheatley Ella Evans Clara Duke and Inn John son Mr and Mrs John Evans Mr andrr Mrs Chas Cahal and children Mrs Clara Campball and children Mr and Mrs Sam Burnett Mrs Martha Cahal Mrs Rebecca Powers Mrs Elizabeth Dunn Mr and Mrs Jack Tindle MrslOllie Johnson and children Messrs Homer Tindle Ben Bashnm and Ernest EvansMiss Eihel Campbell is visiting her t grandparents Mr and Mrs Richard Sapp of Owensboro Rev Brear filled his regular appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday Miss Lucy Bozarth was the guest of Miss Beulah Cahal from Friday until i Monday C4STCBEaee e thetheKind You Have J- SIIpt 6i y folt- trO tmm tISI IImeJ LjthiIIDe Co 0Ic4 For all kinds of Foundr y I I Machine Boiler Electrical I Tin Galvanized and Sheet I Iron Work vg ve ve I I Gasolene Boat Work a I SpecialtyII IIsaw f PortaII Gas and Gasolene lEngines IrI A Full and Complete Stock of Plumbers Supplies Engine and Mill Sup ftI plies Beltings Pulleys Hangers InjectorsISatisfaction GuaranteedIIiEstimates cheerfully furnished on ap plication See or write us before buying elsewhere Iffl1 1 Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co I Cloverport Kentucky + S 1- t a i- it 2 M- lv e 7 iJ- iiI err 1T = 0 o == o cc PLtN 11fiGHT GRAfT Banker Suggests the President Lead Organization Against It INCOME OF 1000000 NEEDED T E Clarence Jones Believes Enough A Rich Men Have Same Horror of Graft as He Has to Assure Success Would Offer Prizes For Conviction of DIs r 6 rhonesty f That graft and corporation dlshon esty In the United States could bot tiptganlzatlon to be formed for that pur ClarenceLJJJY 7y left for Paris to begin his annual automobile tour of the continent says r fl London speciall cable dispatch to the New York herald Foreigners are criticising American securities and American business methods so adversely and with so much justice In many cases that the necessi ty of reform Is apparent to every hon est American business man says Mr Jones It is a fact that the small shareholder suffers from graft in al most grea business enterprise United+ la the States amountsrto only two or three dollars on each share of stock But think of the ag gregate on hundreds of millions of i chars whose owners suffer from or ganized peculationsI Many years experience and thought have convinced me that the only meth od of dealing with this widespread dis honesty is by n powerful unpurchasa ble organization which could offer atI tractive prizes for Information and con viction At Its head there should be a man whose personality Is of Interna tional weight whose name Is synonymous with the square deal to wage a successful campaign This association would require an Income of 1000000 a year which means that it would have to possess a capital of 20000000 I do not say twenty men could be found who would be willing to subscribe 1000000 each to this fund because 1000000 Is n lot of money for a man to part with at one time But I do bellevo there are enough wealthy men in the United States whey have the same horror of graft that I have for the raising of the necessary I II capital to be a possibility while thereI i are many more who would be willing to leave large bequests to the fund y If Mr Roosevelt would consent to take the head of such an organization x the necessary money could doubtless- be raised quite easily for everybody In the United States Irrespective of party has confidence In his Integrity fcHitmay be argued with some reasonl such an organization would be liable to become a great Blackmailing agency but with a big honest man at the head this could not happen Mr Roosevelt Is the one man In my opin ion who could lead such a force as I suggested and he is the man who could make It absolutely efficient With an Income of 1000000 a year the association could offer prizes for the detection and conviction of dishon esty Nobody commits crime without somebody else knowing It If a falset entry Is made by order of the manager of a corporation some clerk shares the secret If the clerk under present con ditions were 1o tell he would lose hisI job and find it impossible to get another I If you go to the district attorney with information of wrongdoing that is not actually murder what does he say 4My dear Mr Soandso If you will get me evidence that will procure conviction I will get you an Indict ment But this office has no funds tot run down every rumor brought In What Is the result Most of the eVe idence against corporations as was evl i fenced In the recent government In in the rebate cases Is ob JTestlgdtlon the Instrumentality of J organizations or of per sons who have an Individual grievance- In San Francisco it was possible to obtain the conviction of Schmltz and Buef only because Rudolf Sprockets put up 100000 to make the fight Do you suppose tho county officials would have been able to do anything without such assistance The United States government pays for Information regarding the viola tions of customs laws State govern ments promise Immunity to minor par ticipants In crimes who turn states evidence There Is no surer way to awaken Individual honesty than by touching the nerve that leads from the pocket Make graduated prizes which will enable men In minor positions to hire attorneys to prepare cases for the In formation they furnish and rid them selves from fear of the Immediate fu ture make It worth while for the thou sands of brilliant young lawyers all over the country to pass their spare time hunting for evidence of fraud and preparing them No manager of a cor poratlon is going to steal If he knowsI some underling Is constantly on the alert for such a thing find will be paid to tell about It Confidence In American bonds and stocks has been so thoroughly shat tered abroad that unless something Along these lines be done there will be great difficulty In restoring It With the management of all the great cor porations remaining in practically the t same hands since the recent Investiga tions foreigners feel that the testimony already given In the Insurance and f railroad cases la ample reason fer reJ gaining aloof and believe that ailmi Jar state of affairs jfrpbDly exists fat ether quarters yet MeeYered n t AQKI HOLDS ON Japanese Ambassador at Washington Will Not Be Recalled Washington June 22The formal announcement by Viscount Hayashi the Japanese minister for foreign affairs I In a iokio dispatch published today that Ambassador Aoki Is to be retained at Washington is regarded here as clearly establishing the fact that the present Japanese ministry headed by Marquis Saionij has assur ed Itself of the support of both theC Unionist and Conservative parties In Its present attitude toward America I The announcement made from Tokio relative to Ambassador Aokls tenure Is regarded as convincing evidence I that Count Okumas onslaught has failed and that the settled policy of I Japan from now on will be to discountenance I Jingo agitation as di rected against America and to en deavor to strengthen the friendly relaII tlons between the two countries I A AN EPOCHAL STEP I rltlsh House of Lords Shorn of SomeI of Its Power London June 27The three days debate In tho house of commons ended I at midnight when Premier Campbell I Bannermans resolution In favor of curtailing the power of the houseII of lords In vetoing bills passed In theII house of commons was carried 432 to j 147 amid loud ministerial cheersIIl Funston Touched the Quick San Francisco June 25 General Funston whose letter to the Fourth of July committee refusing to parade the regular troops under his command be cause he feared trouble at the hands of the unwhlpped mob In San Fran cisco has led to considerable comment and criticism declares that he has received a number of threatening lettersI lone of which said he would meet the fate of Steunenberg It he dared to parade his troops on the streets of San Francisco Walter Swinburne Hancock Again London June 28Walter Swin burne Hancock formerly an Epfsco pall an clergyman of a fashionable church in Chicago whom hill bishop inhibited in 1897 on account of scandals with women Is under police sur veillance hero He is suspected of having poisoned his wife who was the widow of Paul Townsend Jones of New York allegations to that effect KensingtonIheld City Court Clerk Went Wrong Milwaukee June 2Frank E Wol ter for eighteen years clerk of the municipal court of this city was last evening brought into court of which he had been an official so long pleaded guilty before his bosom friend Judge Brazee of embezzlement of 30000 on which charge he was arrested Thursday and was sentenced to three years at hard labor In the Milwaukee county houes of correction Fifty Find Watery Grave Santiago Chile June 25The Pa cific Steam Navigation companys coasting steamer Santiago trading be tween Panama and the south coast of South America has been wrecked in a heavy squall fifty miles north of Corral One passenger and one officer are known to have been saved The rest of the passengers and crew num bering about fifty are reported to have perished Dissolved Injunction Guthrie Okla June 26The Okla homa supreme court has dissolved the Injunction Issued by District JudgeI Pancoant restraining the constitutional I convention from submitting to a vote of tho people the constitution drawn for the proposed new state of Okla homa The convention doubtless will now be called together Immediately and a new date for ttie election set The Tragedy Grows Ironton 0 June 22Mrs George Thacker died today making the fourth death from the tragedy of June 12 Mrs Thacker was shot by her sonin law Charles Shafer who also killedI his wife and young son whose body he tried to burn and then committedI suicide rather than be caught Shar ers act followed the filing of a divorce suit by his wife Two Banks Hard Hit Harbin June 26A revolutionist dressed as an officer of the frontier guards drew 30000 from the Russo Chinese bank on a forged check andI decampedVladivostok June 26The Russo Chinese bank paid out yesterday 50 toIwhomtaped No Material Change San Francisco June 28The tel egraphers strike situation here does not change on the surface It Is claim ed by the strikers that the Western Union is tied tip tighter on the sixth day of the strike than on the evening the strife was called- Ineffectual Imperial Edict Shanghai June 22In accordance with the terms of an imperial edict Just Issued the opium dens in the na five portion of this city have been clotted but in spite of the edict opium IB still sold everywhere More Time for Schmltx San francl Q June 28 Pasilngjef1 iMtencVoa Mayor KugeiB Schkitx conylcted of eU fUoo InMfca French I restaurant cases pus ttfciTpoftpOMtI J A14 f4 v 4 tlmatll July I 0- n AYL FOR THE WAGE EARNERS Judge Grossoup Says Municipal Own ership Would Lower Wages Government control and operation would also be found I think to have a disadvantageous effect upon the special Interest of the laboring man La bor sometimes gets less than the enterprise employing can afford to pay but labor never gets more at least for any length of time than the enterprise can afford to pay Lowered efficiency therefore means lowered wages And public ownership always has been and always will be on this account attended by lower wages The men who are motormen on the municipal street rail ways of Glasgow for Instance get a little less than 13 cents an hour the motormen of Chicago get from 21 to 24 cents an hour The locomotive en gineer of a German government rail road gets 50 per month the American locomotive engineer makes easily three times that much And through the whole schedule of wages paid by public and by private enterprises the same difference runs But there Is still another side to this objection what may be called Its per sonnl side the effect of public owner ship on organized labor Much as la bor organizations have been abused here and there by opposing Interests and much as here and there labor organizations have abused their privi leges It Is In labor organizations that the laboring man finds and will con tinny J9 flail thQ source of bettered conditionsAsking for higher wages the one man Is unheard But the many speak ing as one make themselves heard So that the labor organization Is the la borers Industrial protector But the many speaking WI one must have some one to whom to speak some concrete party with whom to deal Under government ownership that party would be the whole public Lot not the ready sympathy of the people for alleviative measures such as factory legislation and the like be given too wide a significance for even there the task was bug and hard nor the readiness of the public to side In at limes of labor strikes with the em plo ces In those situations the pub lie Is an outside party not the other narty Until In some public controlled enterprise there Is a demand by the employee for higher wages or changed conditions some demand that will dl rectly cost the public something In dol lars and cents the laboring man Is without proof that the public can be more easily reached than private en terpriseSomething In this line however we already know Government servants from the highest to the lowest are the poorest paid people In America Put man for man against corresponding grades in private enterprise the pros dent of the United States against the presidents of the great corporations cabinet officers against the managers of corporation departments postal clerks on the railways against express clerks laborers against laborers the advantage In every case Is with tho employee of the private enterprise And this we know too that though the matter has often been urged the people at large will not listen to any proposition for Increase of pay In the government service Given then a private employer or the public as em ployer with whom to deal the one nI thousand times more accessible and In finitely prompter to reach results than the other to my mind nothing Is clear er than that employment by the public aoukl be followed by on severe Impairment of the Influence and efficiency of the labor organization and of the good It has done for Its membership Hon Peter S Grosscup In American Maga tine Electric Lighting Plants Short Lived During the past year tho technical press has recorded the breaking down of a large number of municipal electric light plants because the equipment was worn out Its interesting to note that In A large majority of cases the necessity for abandoning or renewing the plant came at a perod of from ten to fifteen years after It had been Installed showing that the deteriora tlon by wear alone amounted to from JearIAccording ownership advocates who claim that an allowance of 3 per cent for depreciation is adequate these plants should all have lived for thirty years yet wear ing out Is only one of the forms of depreciation and most of these plants had been hopelessly out of date before their breakdown occurred Other cities may well take warning tram the experience of these and make an allowance for maintenance and depreciation far In excess of the esti mates of Interested parties It they would avoid the thankless task of pay tag for broken down plants out of the tax levy Council Bluffs Rejects M 0 The city council has turned down the municipal ownership proposition In connection with the city waterworks plant and voted to grant a new fran chine to the water company whoso franchise expired some months ago The action was taken after a monster petition signed by almost every busl ness man In the city bad been pre tented to the council asking that the municipal proposition be killed Mu nicipal Journal and Engineer What Socialism Would Do The substitution of socialism elthes absolutely or In a modified form would be to strike down the best political system which has been thus far de vised by the genius or wit of man and It would undermine the last hope of 1the lovers of republican government la thus world Vice President Fair basks1 t Hil J MIGHTY SWIMMER Woman of Fiftyseven to Compete Against Men In Ten Mile Race Vlth powerful strokes n woman whose hair was streaked with grad and who was apparently past middle age swam swiftly up the Mereuiue river the other day landing on a float five miles from where she entered the water says a St Louis dispatch to the New York World She was swimming easily at the end of the long Journey and as she was dragged dripping from the river Professor Muegge of the Mucggo natatorium grasped her by the baud saying Well done you can surely go ten miles the next time a The swimmer was Mrs Una Bran denburger who at the age of fifty seven years has developed Into one of the most expert swimmers of the west She Is training for the ten mile Mara thou swim that Is to be given by the Missouri Athletic club In the Mississippi river on Oct 2 next Many of the fastest men swimmers of the United States will be pitted against herMrs Braudenburger learned to swim five years ago and her wonderful mastery it of the sport Is the sensation of athletic circles In St Louis It seems no effort at all for the woman to glide through the water and her only requirement now Is some hard training to give her strength enough to finish out the ten mile course Professor Muegge Is training her Several years ago I suffered a seri ous heat prostration and for the years following I was compelled to leave St Louis every summer during the hot weather said Mrs Brandenburger Five years ago my physician told me I could remain In town if I would go In swimming every day to keep my blood cool- I was somewhat shocked at the- suggestion for It seemed absurd for a women of fiftytwo years to begin swimming Now I think the sport IK the grandest In the world I feel years younger and my health has been re stored to me Time etferelse mid Inter milt In the sport keep me well and healthy I think I have n good chance of winning the long race All women should swim The Missouri Athletic club will give 40000 In prizes to the swimmers BIG LINCOLN CELEBRATION Anniversary of His Nomination For President to Be Honored In Illinois Arrangements for a gigantic celebra tion throughout Illinois of the nomina tion of Abraham Lincoln for president In Chicago May 18 1859 were made by the State Historical societys board of directors at a meeting held In Springfield the other day says the Chicago Post It was decided to have a grand central celebration In Spring Held and Horace White editor of the New York Post and former ambassa dor to England will be Invited to be the orator The department of public instruction will be asked to cooperate and have celebrations In all the public schools on that day A meeting of the Joint committees presided over by Colonel Clark E Carrot Galesburg also was held at which It was arranged to have n celebration of the semicentennial of tho Lincoln Douglas debates In 1838 commencing with the annual meeting of the State Historical society In Springfield next January and local celebrations at the following cities on the anniversary of the date the debates were held In them usfollowsOttawa Aug 21 Freeport Aug 27 Tonesboro Sept Ifi Charleston Sept 18 Gnlesburg Oct 7 Quincy Oct 13 Alton Oct 15- Folding Canes For Women Every little while an effort Is made to Introduce the walking stick for wo men but the efforts fall says the New York Press Who among women wants to bother with a stick In the subway and on surface cars where all Is hus tie and bustle Nobody wants such a stick except when a desire for physical vengeance on a brutal guard takes pos session of an Injured woman One needs to find a crevice on this footstool that Is unoccupied In order to carry a long stick with peace But maybe this difficulty will be overcome at last The folding cane Is being Imported Like the folding umbrella It may be dou bled up and put out of the way It may be fastened to the arm by a ttttle chain set with gems Banker Farsons White Dress Suit White evening clothes have appeared lu Chicago according to a dispatch to the New York Sun Banker John Far son at the June fete of the Indiana society which was held at Pleasant home Farsons mansion in Oak ParkI the other night wore such a suit It was of pure white faced with white satin It was long In the tails and short In the front and gave every Indi cation of having been made by a tailor under Instructions from the wearer It Included a wonderful waistcoat of pale cream satin embroidered with delicate roses of near pink and yellow And John Farson seemed very happy Theater Aboard Automobile An Innovation has been introduced by a well known Parisian Impresario In the shape of a theatrical stage mount td on a huge automobile says a Paris cable dispatch to the New York World The automobile theater is supposed to afford the population in the country towns which have no railroad connections perfect theatrical performances and Js considered a great Instance of modern enterprise Two other automo biles will accompany the movable stage In its Journey one of which Is to tarry the actors and actresses and the other the scenery and paraphernalia ACouatetChhrge- Boise 1 DIII Idaho June 24 William Haywood having already pleaded not EhavIngIdaho has placed before the jury In the support of Its charge this morning It formally asserted his entire Innocence and outlined the evidence he proposes to produce In order that tho preeump tion of Innocence still resting in the mind of the jury may become a fixed judgment Clarence Darrow as attorney not for Haywood declared that his client is not only not guilty of con spiracy to assassinate Frank Steuen = berg a former governor of Idaho but that Haywood is in fact the victim of conspiracy to disrupt the Western Federation of Miners and under the guise of legal procedure condemn to death the chief officers of the federa tion of which Haywood ot is the secre tary and one of his codefendants un der the indictment Is the president The defense expects to take not more than ten days with the introduc tion of witnesses but counsel for the state will go into a close examination of all the witnesses brought to upset the Orchard story and for this reason Is thought that the case for the de fence may take up a longer time than was occupied by the state The re buttal test will take probably a week The speeches and verdict may take the greater part of another so that it is not thought that the conclusion will be reached before the end of July The taking of the testimony for the defense will begin Tuesday morning Judge Wood Is anxious to push the case to completion and It may be that from now on he will extend the hours AFTER THE STANDARD Judge Landis Orders 011 Magnates to Produce Information Chicago June 27 Detailed Informa tion regarding the financial condition of the Standard Oil company It to be given In the United States district court before Judge Landls even though It be necessary to summon the loading men of the company to ob lain ft- This was made clear when Judge Landla after an unsuccessful attempt to obtain tho information he desired from other sources ordered United States District Attorney Sims to issue subpoenas returnable July 6 for offi cials and directors of the Standard Oil corporations It will be loft to the discretion of the district attorney what men are to be summoned but the court announced that the Information must be secured Standard Oilers Subpoenaed Chicago June 28In accordance with his announcement in court Wed nesday Judge Landis In the United BUbIpoennsdard 011 Company of New Jersey and the Standard 011 Company of Indiana ordering them to come into court answer the courts questions andII ing the financial resources of the trustIII The subpoenas are returnable July 6I i ORBY IS THE GOODS Crokers English Derby Winner Also Takes the Irish Classic I to Dublin June 27 Richard Croker 1111YesterdayI Orby who won the English derby of 1907 This IB the first time that these Ing two great classics have been won by the same It horseiI Situation at Puerto Cortex Puerto Cortez June 26The evac iI NlcIIaralrUan tepe still lies at anchor here and It Is said that she probably Is the final outcome of the waitingII Salvador which has Ing There Is a report that of necessity the remaining Nicaraguans here would be sent overland to Salvador There Is no evidence of any hostile Intentions against Guatemala A diplomatic clash at Tegucigalpa between Nicaraguan and Hondurean auII thorities preceded the orders for uation Honduras urgently demanded the removal of the troops Childs Headless Body Found New Orleans June 24Two miles into the interior of a big swamp near this city the headless body of Walter Lamana an Italian child between seven and eight years who was kid napped and held for 6000 ransom two weeks ago was found by police and vigilantes Just before daybreak Sun day He had been strangled to death according to the confession of one of several Italians held by the polleeC Swept a Wide Path Muskogee I T June 27A terrific storm In the nature of a cyclone with a path sixty miles long followed by tt- II cloudburst swept the oil fields of I northern Indian Territory Three per sons are reported killed at Sapulpa Governor Magoona Tenure Washington Juno 26It Issaid that Governor Magoona administration In Cuba will continue for about eighteen months longer the taking of the census which is now progressing and the preparation for the election to select a native president requiring about that time CrODaBewitie Mrajs- UfBfttUI ctHatl I NasalFIY CATARRHD 7rLgOt Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and belli diseased membrane ye r enrusutarThanddrlreaa g tataway quicklyCream Balm Ib placed Into the nostrils iprtada over the membrane and IIt absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and tcure follows ItIs not dryingdoel produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drag gists or by null Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Stieet New York JEWELRY- The I finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings TI CjLewis Son Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Heart StrengthHe- artStrength or HeartWeakness means Nerr or Nerve Weakness nothlnr more Pos itively not one weak heart in a hundred is In ISo Mlf actually diseased It 131 almost stoats a hidden tiny little nerve that really is all at fault rhli obscure nerve the Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply needs and must have more power more stability more controlling more governing strength Without that the Heart must continue fall and the stomach and kidneys also have these same controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine Dr Restorative has In the past done so much weak and ailing Hearts Dr Shoop first sought- the cause of all this painful palpitating suflocaW heart distress Dr Shoops Kestorative this popular prescription Is mono directed to then weak and wasting nerve centers It builds j strengthens it offers real genuine heart help II you would have strong tisane strong dl section strengthen these nerves reesUblUk them as needed with Dr Shoops RestorativeSEVERS LOUISVILLE 8l1 EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- INConPeaATEDII Past Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evanii ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Vousville Monday Wednei day Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m passengetticketsments delivered quicker than bran PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville f176 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 d Splendid accommodations for stock General Office I54156 i58 4th it Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Suit Kofi For latfeestkm stomachpalpitation L 2F s F BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQK SONS PubllthtnE 00 Subscription Price f100 a year or 186 if paid at the end of year 3ABD3 OF THANKS over flyo line charged yt at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the vate of fI tnw per line Money In advance Tanned Every Wednesday Examine the label on your paper If It laI I not correct please notify as When ordering a change In the address ubacrlbera should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES I WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1907 CHENAULT t ct CHENAULT KY 1 armers are all quite busy harvestingr I heat for the past week Misses Ruth and Erasline Cady who have been visiting Miss Bessie Cun ningham left last Friday for their home inChicagoMiss Bosley spent a few days t last week the guest of Miss Margatet I Stallmann Miss Jennie Greenwell of Rhodolia is visiting friends and relatives at this placeBorn to the wife of F Eckenspealler Jnne 27 a girl Born to the wife of Dave Algood June 25 a fine boy Miss Rincey Walls who has been sick for some time died last Saturday of consumption at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Stallman She has been making her home with them for the pasfc four years She leaves a brother and Many friends to mourn her los- sLOIIBUR6 Mrs Saxton Dutschkie is slowly im proving after being seriously ill Mr and Mrs Chas Grant of Vi salias California are expected here in July to visit his brother C C Grant A j Keys is on the sick list Master Willie Hulser of Louisville returned home Sunday after a visit with C L Avitt and family Jasper Head is at home from school Taylor Dowell and sister of Garfield Misses Zola Brown and Dott Basham were guoats at the home of A M Har din Sunday Alaska Hardin and James Avitt ofI St Louis are expected home soon Rev I C Argabright delivered an interesting sermon at Poplar Grove Sunday evening at 230 p m E C Babhaje and Wallace Babbage will arrive Fume this week to spend their vacation I BLACK ITCHING SPOTS ON FACE Physicians Called It Eczema in Worst Form Treated Disease for a Year but Could Not Cure It Patient Became Despondent Suffering Promptly Allayed and DREADFUL DISEASE CURED BY CUTICURA About four years ago I was afflicted with black splotches all over my faco Und a few covering my body which produced a severo ltching IrrUatton and which caused me a great dial of annoy ance and suffering to such an extent that I was forced to call in two of tho loading physicians of After a thorough examination of the dreaded complaint they announced it to be skin eczema in its worst form They treated me for the same for the length of one ear but the treatment did me no r I4inally I became despondent and decided to dillCtmtinue their see vices Shortly afterwards my husband in reading a copy of a weekly New York paptlr mw an advertisement of the Cut outm Remedies He purchased the en tire outfit and after using the contents t Of the first bottle of CutkJura Resolvent in connection with the Cuticura Soap and Ointment the breaking out entirely slopped I continued the use of the Ouucura Reined it for six months and after that every splotch was entirely gone and the affected parts were left aa Clear as ever I have not felt a symptom of the eczema since which was three years ago The Cutlours Reme lire not only cured me of that dreadful disease eczema but of ot her complicated troubles as well and I have been tho means of othplll being cured of the same disease by the Cuticura Remedies andl I dont hesitate in saying that Cuticura Resolvent is the best blood medicineI that tho world has ever known Mrs Lizzie E Sledge ids Jones Ave Solma Ala Oct 28 inos SKIN HUMORS Eczemas Rashes Itchings Irri tations Cured by Cuticura Warm baths with Cuticura Soap gen tlo anointings with Cuticura Ointment and mild doses of Cuticura Pills affordt Immediate relief and point to a speedy r cure or torturing disfiguring humors of the skin scalp and blOod or infants children and adults when all else falls Bold throughout the world Potter Drug A Chem Oorp Bole Prop Boston Uun wilalled Prey r 46 page CuUcun Rootlet on Skin DUcue HARDINSBURG HAPPENINGS Destructive Fire Visits Town Candidates For Governor Will SpeakLight and Water Plant Talk- HARDINSBURG KY The Hon S W Hager has written Jesse Whitworth that he will be present at the Masonic picnic to b held Augus 3 next Mr A E Willson the Re publican nominee for Governor is also expected to be present Both of then will probably make short addresses DeMolay commandery of Louisville will also probably attend and give one ofC of their famous drills Fire destroyed the hay bin and coal bin oil Heslon Whitworth dt Co last Friday night The loss is estimated at 2600 with insurance of 1 000 Besides the buildings a lot of hay and corn and 1500 Bushels of Pittsburg coal and a box oar on the siding were consumed It is supposed the fire caugbt about l30 at night A large crowd quickly gathered but were unable to do any thing except prevent the spread of the flames The firm will rebuild at onceHardinsburg has a splendid c ante to get water works and an electric lighting plant The town council will be asked at its next meeting to pass an ordinance providing for a sale of the franchise Barnes Kincheloe represent the promoters and they think the proposition will be put through STEPIiENSPORT Mrs Ben Lay was the guest of Mrs Will Gibson of Holt Sunday I Miss Ida Jarrett and Miss Allie StiffJJ were guests of Miss Lillian Dowell of Sample Sunday Mrs Stanley Connor will leave soon for Owensboro to join her husband where they will make their home Mrs Rhodes of Brandenburg was the guest of her daughter Mrs P H Nevitt last week Mrs W H Courtney and children of Owensboro are guests of Mrs M L Roberts of Roberts Bottom Mrs R A Shellman has been on the sick list for several days Mrs Will Gardner and Master Haden and Miss Geddry Bramlett of Irving ton passed through town Friday en route to Alton Ind Mrs W J Schopp is visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Sallie Morritt was adjudged of unsound mind and was sent to the Lakeland Asylum last week Mr and Mrs Geo Unser and little daughter Etta May of Owensboro were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Tinius Sunday Wm Eitlegeorge of Canton Ohio passed through town Sunday en route to Rome to visit relatives Dr S B Molin State manager of the National Protective Association will give a lecture and ice cream social free at the Christian church Saturday night Everybody is invited to attend He will tell you why you should join this association as it pays five ten fifteen and twenty dollars per week Dr Molins son Harry deputy National Protective Association is here and any information can be obtained by calling on him at the Conn house Ties and Timber 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 sarvicable 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 Imaginary Murder Society The improbability of the existence of such n murderous Institution ns the Peoples league described In J A Mitchells romance The Silent War was one of the severest criticisms via ited upon that widely read work It was said that such a society whoset object was the removal of those opposed to the Interests of labor couldI not exist for a moment If there 1la any more proof needed that truth 1Is stranger than fiction It Is given in tills Instance by the testimony of Orchard In the Idaho murder trial It Orchardl Is to be believed Mr Mitchells imag nary murder society was a Sunday school class In comparison with the real thing as it existed In the western mining states Louisiana Wasps For Africa At the request of the Pasteur lasts tute of France a cargo of Louisiana wasps known as horse guards will be shipped on July 12 by the Louisiana crop pest commission to Algiers to ex terminate horseflies says a New Or leans dispatch to the New York Tribune The wasps which were gathered In Cameron parish will be sent in re frigerated baskets with the pupae of the Insect i Quarterly Report OF Tti6- BRECKINRIDGE BANKI At the close of business on the 29th day of June 1901I RESOURCES Loans and discounts 150362 5Overdrafts secured 912 20 Overdrafts unsecured 325 69 Due from National Banks 12518841 Due from State Banks and Bankers 9529 3T Duo from Trust Com panies 00 34715 7 Banking liouse and lot 37241 Other Real Estate 00 Mortgages 00 US Bauds 00 Oth jr Stocks and Bands 58210 0 Specie 8034 68 Currency 794r 00 15075 i6 Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Items ruffled as Cash 00 Furniture and Fixtures 5289 20 Fund to piiy Taxes Current Expenses Lust Quarter Give dLCIIJt1on to n tlon value und bow long owned nil rent estate except bunking house and lot If uny owned lougur than live years 00 200518 53 LIABILITIES Capital acashStock paid In In ggUndlTldedDue Depositors as follows vI- rDeposits subject to chock on which Int Is not paid I 869100 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is OtpaidDemand certificates of deposits on which Int Is pald 00 Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 130345 75 Saving Deposits on which Int Is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 21125835 Duo National Banks oa Duo State Banks and Bankers 00 Duo Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding 00 plus rcllscountcd 00 Unpaid dividends Div idend No 66 declared this day 3 per cent 13S3 00 TaxI due and unpaid Capital Stock not paid CO Fund to pay Taxes 1007 19 268518 53 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com I panyor firm Including Inthe 11 Ulty of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directlyor Indirect ly If such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of 00 How Item IsindebtdnessstatedInaboo See Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes lightest amount of Indebtedness any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of BansLOSee Sec 683 Kentucky Statutes How U same secured Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding In the liability of the company or firm the nablllty ot the Individual members thereof exceed 30 par cent of paid up capital and actual surplus If so state amount of such indebt edness No Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest und tares deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bunK for tho period covered dividend carried to the surplus fund be fore said dividend was declared Yes See See 590 KentucKY Statutes State of IentuckyI s County of Brcckenridgu il A B Skillman Cashier of the Rrecktnrldjie Sunk Bank located and doing business at No Wall street In the City of Cloverport- in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is in all respects a true state mont ol the condition ol he said Bank at the close of business on the 211th day of Juno behlfdnndJunk has been transacted at tie locution named and not elsewhere and that the hove report Is mude In compliance with an ofllclul notice received from the Secretary of State designating the Sfltli day of June 1907 as the day on which such report Khali be made AB SKILLMAN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B Sklilman Cashier the 1st day of July 1007 Chas B Skillman N P My commission expires January 15 IPOS W II Bowmer A R Fisher F L Llghtfoot Directors The DodgingPeriod of a womans ills Iis the tame often given toII change of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering which can however be cured by taking WINE OFl CARDUIWotaane nervLousness irritability miserableness tainting dizzIness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this II dodging period and buildup your strength for the rest of your life Try It You can get it at all druggists in 2100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH- IuffredfwrttVirginis Robsonof Eiit which curd ms so doctor WM dadat- sakaowilluutsldngitY Statement of Condition of The Bank of llardinsbtirETrustCo Hardinsburg Ky at Close of Business June 29 1907 Resources Notes and Bills 24526441 Cash in Safe 1647967 Cash in Other Banks 3813743 Stocks and Bonds 3499469 Banking House and Lot 180000 Other Real Estate 13679 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 Total 33721299 LiabilitiesI Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus Undivi I ded due Deposi tors Total 33721299 We ask your careful inspection of the figures In this statement and call your attention to the very conservative valuation of each item in oar resources every dollar of which is worth more than one hundred cents We call your attention to the representative character of our directcrate Our resources are ample to handle the largest business in this section of the State and we give the most careful consideration to small accounts No account is too small for us to appreciate We are prepared to handle every kind of trust business act as trustee administrator assignee etc Very respectfully M H BEARD Cashier I Closing Out ISA 1 We are going to close out our immense stock of General Merchandise at actual cost Mens and Boys Clothing Complete line f Shoe se t All kinds of Dress Goods Calicoes Hosiery Shirts Underwear Notions Hats Caps Mattings Cutlery i Queensware Tinware Harness Farm Tools Hard ware of all kinds We also carry a general line of Groceries Our Paints are of a superior quality Beautify home with a fresh of it I IIAmesBuggies- andI Runabouts in to on f PAINTS 1 4 1 I III R M Irvington rntSONS Iws AA5 wAftNlWt ft Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared grind and furnish mealand feed short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner Subscribe For the NewsI and Profits 691010 Amount 28030289 guardian your coat Wanted I 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 YEN APPLY TO MT VERNON CAR MPG CO MT VER NON ILL e M a Jamestown ExpositionVia 3 AshevilleAnd Land of the Sky With stopover privileges Go One WayReturn Another A delightful trip through the pictur esque mountain country of North Carolina at low rates For illustrated litera tvre rates and full information writ any agent t SOUTHERN RAILWAY CoB HutJRcrford Dist Pass Agt- IoulSvilles Ky s i MkIT i fP+1 = iiC i = i a the v BreckenteIdgNewe WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1907 j njVivian Pierce of Versailles Was home SundayGasoline at 26 cents a gallon at the News office Mrs Milton Smith who has been very sick is improving Mrs James Crawford of Stephensport clhasMrs Harry Morrison will spend the Fourth at Cannelton One set table glasses lOc at Bab bages the big store Mrs CJ Fella of Addison has been the guest of friends Mrs H J May has been on the sick list during the past week Miss Pauline Nichols will go to Hawesville Saturday lor a visit Mrs Emma Skillman and children win spend the Summer at Holt C C Murray of Rockport Ind is spending a few days in Cloverport Mrs Henry Cline of Owensboro has been the guest of Miss Amby Williams Mrs Ben Carter and children of Cos modale are visitingfriendsand relatves Geo Whitney Schlegel of Cinncin nati was the guest of friends Thursday Jno D Babbage Jr srrived home last Sunday to spend two weeks vaca tion Mrs Venable of Owensboro is the of her Mrs D Stuart jMillerMisses Eva and Eliza May will visit the Jamestown exposition sometime in AugustMiss Jean Todd and Will Bowmer of Louisville spent Sunday with Miss Marion Bowmer Messrs L D Dowell and Eli Brown of Sample were in Cloverport on busi ness Monday Mrs Chas Hall will leave about theI 20th of this month for a visit to rel ti tiatives in Oklahoma I Mrs Mary DeHaven and daughter Miss Mayme will go to Louisville soon spend several weeks I ItoMiss Addie Ditto of Louisville leaves for Decatur ill for a visit to Mr and Mrs Jno Tw Ditto Mr and Mrs James Younger and r daughter Eudora went to West Point 1 r to spendseveral weeks i1 Mr Chas Bohler has secured a con i tract for grading a portion of the LC railroad near West Point Morrison Calhoon dentists office 1 downstairs 205 Fourth street both phoneo Owensboro Ky Mr and Mrs Harry Conover of Owensboro were the guests of friends and relatives last week Mr Knott Hardin and sister Miss Cara Hardin attended the exercises of the Presbyterian church Sunday Mrs Mary Oelze gave a delightful dinner party Thursday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith Mr and Mrs Joe Smart of Hites Run attended Childrens Hosanna at the Presbyterian church Sunday eve ningTyler Watts Will Clark Myra Dye and Letifta McKenney returned to Louisville Friday night after a visit to friendsSam LaHetst of Los Angles Cal and M J LaHeist of Heuderson were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Keith SundayHarry Hambleton left Sunday for Miss where he will take JGreenwoodcharge bridge crew for the I C railroad ItSeven bars Lenox soap 26c ISc cof feat llc per pound boys straw hats 5c each at Babbages the big store this week 4 Mrs L T Reid was hostess td a beautiful dinner at 630 Thursday eve ning in honor of her guests during the League Conference Irand Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia were guests of honor at a dinner given at the home of Mr and Mrs C W Moorman Sunday Mrs Clay Cooper and daughters Misses Prissie and Katie and Miss Rena Wroe of Vanzant have been guests at the home of Mr T L Wroe Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Mr and MrsH V Duncan David Phelps and Dr A MissesEuniceGrove Ind Sunday I Miss Lula Severs and Miss Margaret Baker will leave Friday for Virginia to spend several weeks with Mr and I Mrs Roscoe Severs During their visit they will attend the Jamestown exposition and will spend some of their time at Richmond Little Miss Lillian McCracken was the guest Qf honor at a delightful party given on the eighth anniversary of her birthday from 2 to 5 oclock Friday afternoon Fortytwo of her little p friends were guests of the occasion and they were charmingly entertained with games and nice refreshments were ser ved to them 3- e I iww1 nr Ji u I Mrs Edwin Bell of Memphis was tho guest of honor at a dinner glen at tho home of Mr and Mrs WH Bow mer Monday evening The guests of the occasion being Mr and Mrs Fred Fraie Mr and Mrs Byrne Severs Miss Lula Severs Misses Irene and Anne Jarboe Ruth Haynes Margaret Skillman Marion Bowmer and Jean Todd of Owensboro Death of Mrs Cornelia Cox The funeral of Mrs Cornelia Cox gheldt noon and the interment took place inII the cemetery there The Rev Winchell the services The remains of Mrs Cox brought here from jvGreenvillecer Saturday morning at 6 oclock Mrs TCoxwith nine grown children survive her She was a sister of Mrs Thos Blain Mrs Nathaniel Tucker and Mrs Gardner 1 Agnew of this city Mrs Cox was held in great esteem by her many friends- on account of her sweet patient disposition Mfdrenand she was devoted to her chil j CUSTER Death of Jeff Bruner Tried for LunacyOther News NotesIJeff Bruner who died in Louisville was buried at the old Jeff Bruner grave yard Frida Jeff Bruner was the only son of Americus Bruner formerly a resident of Custer who several years ago moved with his family to Louisville Bruner was twice married the lastt time only two or three months ago He jhas a large connection here who were surprised to hear of his death from con 1 sumption His two children mother I father and one sister survive him Mrs Sallie Tucker is bettercI Death visited the home of Wm Powell and took their baby aged fourteen monthsII A B Suter has purchased a horse and bu gyIDr Meador called in Dr Kincheloe I of Hardinsburg to assist him In the removal I of a cancer from the breast ofI jMrs JdS Gray Rev Roberts preached for us Wednesday J night Dr Raymond Meador has returned J jfrom Bg Spring where he was called I to take Dr Will Strothers place during j the doctors vacation trip Mrs Jim Mitcham returned Sunday from a weeks visit to her sister Mrs I Ora Hoskmson She was accompanied jj by her daughter Miss Tessie i Jim Mitcham spent Saturday and I Sunday in the country near Constantinei Protracted meeting began at High I Plains Sunday by the pastor Bro McII ConnellThere I is a great deal of sickness among the children in this section of the 1 countyJohn Richardson of Big Spring vi cinity sold a herd of eightyseven goatsII to Ed Oglesby of Cloverport MrII Richardson assisted Mr Oglesby inII driving them home and passed through I Custer Fridaycc Gilbert Pile returned from a business trip to Louisville Thursday Mrs Irvine Kinnison has a badly cut hand In attempting to raise a window she let the sash slip striking her hand against a pane of glass cutting a considerable I piece of flesh out of the second finger and a long gash in the thirdIClem Nima an old respected citizen was taken to Hardinsburg Tuesday to to ibe examined for lunacy His con dition is such that it is not considered safe to longer let him go unrestrained His family have the sympathy of theI communityThe baby of Dr Board has brain fever Masters Thomas and Alfred Taylor Mitcham visited their grandmother at Rosetta this week Announcement Married WebbCunningham on Sun day Marsh 24 1907 New York CityI N Y by the Rev Wm I Crocker NeilI Louise Cunningham to Charles W WebbI GUSTON Mrs Cora Lee Anderson went to Nashville Venn Saturday to visit friends and relatives Miss Ella Robertson went tb Louis ville Wednesday to take her music les son v Mr T M Richardson and son John Morgan of Brandenburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs G H Anderson Friday and Saturday Miss Jane Jantzan who has been visiting in Louisville has returned home Horn to the wife of Jdmes Qsborn June 26 a girl Miss Lottie Bandy of Irvington has returned home after being the guest o Mr and Mrs Thurman Dowell for the past week Mirs Melvina Springgate went to Rock Haven Friday to visit her sister 1tI1iIi 41 R SUNDAY GIVEN OVER TO THE CHILDREN Little Folks of Methodist and Presbyterian Churches Ren der Appropriate Exercises in this city was a lousy day for the children of the Methodist and Pres byterian Sunday Schools the former celebrating Childrens Day service at 11 oclock before noon and the latter n splendid program at 8 ocock in the evening exercises at the Methodist church were beautiful and entertaining the classes of Mrs Downier Miss Georgia White and Miss Elizabeth Skillman leading in the principal ones An attractive hoop drill was rendered by some of the most faithful girls of the Sunday School and was greatly admired Smiths class which is now in charge of Miss Louise Babbagey give one of their songs and it was thoroughly enjoyed This class is composedof young girls who have formed a Sunday School choir which is quite an addition- to the School services every Sunday Miss Ida White Mrs Leon Mc Gavock Mrs Charles B Skill and Misses ova and Eliza May assisted the teachers in drilling the pupils for the occasion Miss Margaret Burn whose music is a great pleasure to the Sunday Schoolwas piano I st Superintendent Jno Burn delivered an address in the absence of the pastor Rev B M Currie The morning services at the Meth odUt church did not intefere with Childrens Hosanna at the Lucile Memorial in the evening for the auditorium was completely filled with an appreciative audience The program of the evening was one of great credit to the pupils and Sunday School workers of the Presbyterian church Two parts that showed excellent train ing were The Flag Drill and the selection Angels Hovering Around and a number of children took part in both of the exercises Besides these two the program included many good recitations and some good old time songs which the congregation enjoyed Mr Con Sipple delivered the invocation and Mr Wilbur Hamman who is home from college at Danville pronounced the benediction Telegraphers Wanted Twentythree railroads have asked the Bowling Green Business University for telegraphy students trained in that institution Though it is the largest telegraphy school south of the Ohio river it is unable to supply the demand made upon it for operators The same is true of bookkeepers and stenographers Young people never had a better oppor tunity to secure certain and remunerative positions Sale of Monuments J E Keith Son sold last week three monuments and two markers for 530 On Monday of this week they sold on monument for f90 They have a large tock on hand and will undersell any city manufacturer J W Owen will return home from Louisville today to visit his parents Dr and Mrs J T Owen Are you doing your EYESJustice time to have them tested free by an expert at the Severs Drug Co j m1I Yh INDEPENDENCE DAY We hail the glorious Fourth with glad acclaim We will be closed to Dieanf while we are here to look after your Banking Interests with scrupulous care BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky r a A FACT 4 BOUT TilE BLUES Blueslaexistlage great majority of cases by a disordered LIVER rTHIS IS A PACT which nay be tUmonstra ted by trying a course of Tolls PillsTh- eycontrol sad regulate the LIVER They bring hops and bouyaacy to the mind They bring health and elastic Ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE I + Ktt tWaritsFORh i j f9 to Ky jFARM for rent For further information to Mrs Hannah Hardin Holt Ky JF UreeDDuslDCSSiartment In that Institution Breckenrldge News jCOR EXCHANOFA plano for a span of dUTcreDccW thebranchacretInor wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Cloverport Ky FOR BALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machine j lot ot good Laundry machines GasolineEnglnoi StreetLoutsvUleLAND FOR SALE FOR BALFl50 acres of laud sItuated near tromGarfieldj moats one smull log dwelling three rooms acres tobacco white barn corn crib 40 sold1IDefSOO For further Information write Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky FOR SALEBook of Destinyfortune boot at News oa- ksFrank Hook- DENTIST III have located in Cloverport to do dental work and can be found at my office regularly Will receive patients in Dr F Xightfoots office 1C t Duroe Jersey Hogs foreSale Southdowns y and Shropshire Rams Get In your order before i J they are sold 1 ri 1J E P HARDAWAYf I Irvington Ky k J Farm For Sale 82 34 acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles portIFor particulars address W L NOELL Cloverport Ky ti kl rYPut Your Money tWwhere It will grow under your own control and grow i otheri r way our l lxoklet ION which tolls all N about how to Dank by Mull convenientlyrfrom any putt of Wo pay 5 percent Interest annually Our apltal se cures you III11- i 1- rr IIGood Old Summer Time I I Hot at LastIICool goods to keep you comfortable f We have the kind to please you H I Lawns Dimities Etcff 1iii1 IILace Hosiery t ChiffdnCrepe de Chine HatVeils x o n J C Nolte fBro ICloverport Kyff Kentucky school of Telegraphyr Opens Sept 2 1907 r andWper keps usedas on all telegraph lines to We give you a thorough telegraphic education and guarantee you a 3 paying position direct from school Special rates to first twenty enrolling Write today for full information Kentucky School of Telegraphy Owensboro Ky m NOTICE I TueSday1I 3 Wi on Tuesday and Friday and fi QW from Irvington to Fordsville on Wednesdays fi and Saturdays of each week Iirlpense or telephone us ftij Cloverport Water Light Ice Incorporated CoIII Phone 134 Cloverport Ifim lsm mB fMj That f 8 ifIyou will your part I I1 do it well Cadicks andIDust Flour will do the 0 Youll have bakestuffs fit s for the food of the Gods too If you arent having r good bread and pastry its Yc probaly the fault of the 1 r 1I l flour Perhaps youve tfm Itm lty never used Cndicks Gold Dust Flour If so its time I Wlyou did Dont wait but order a sack now I C tJa1 m m CLOVER PORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY u We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings dOurMill Work is of good material and best workmanship and ourss prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to 325 per x square Our best Ruberiod will last as long as tho building 1odotFOR DYSPEPSIA WHAT YOU EAT KffiXKldnejs trJ DeWilts KIdnej Bladder PillsSure and sari rRirAKBD ONLY ATTNY lAMATOt er Sc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL I For Sele by tall Drugpt4ii J- i JMUls 3 5q e Women as Well as MenI I Are Made Miserable by Kidney trouble I Kidney trouble preys upon thq mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one by and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidII are out of or trouble has become so prevalent st t it is notuncommon for a child to be afflicted weak kid If the child urinates too often if the utlne scalds the or if when the chtl teaches an age hen it should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted bedwetting depend upon it the cause off the difficulty is kidney trouble and the fir should be towards the treatment unpleasatroublet a kidneys and bladder and not to a habit 1 people supposeIWomen as well as men are made mls trable kidney and bladder trouble and the same great remedy mild and the Immediate effect off is soon realized nJs soldj by druggists In filly II sizes tent and You may dollarII sample bottle mall neys diseasedKidney that born with neys flesh with step cirend most with both need The SwampRoot J I n enmying the thousands of testimonial letters receivedj Kilmedor I mention this paper Dont mike any mistake but remember th Imo SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y I On every bJtcin Canton Ohio Druggist 1 was a miserable incurable it ap geared for years with stomach livert and some slight difficulty with kidney trouble Treated by physicians r- aHdall patent medicines I heard or Mew of No retief But suffered ai continual sinking and falling off iin flesh until I was treated with Denn 4 Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure it made a big improvement at once Curjxl me right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market St Canton Oh RHEUMATISM t DENNS SURE SAFE SPEEDY CUREtl THE DISCOVERER 10 YEARS ON CRUTCMESs of WAS CURED IN 3 DAYS 23 731AlL DRudWJli COocvt I IN BOTTLES on IN FILLS SOLD AT ALL DRUGGISTS LJC i Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY Will prurtlce Ms profession IJn all of tlio Courts of DreckenrluKu and adjoining noun ler Epecia attention given to col ectlons load eases and irlmlnal practice License 4 to jOlllceCOLUMBUS HOTELp JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nlnlit Rates 1100 per day In L II 8 ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dully Fast Train leaves Clovery 507 AM stops at Howard on flag onl arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112ta1lyMatlanaIJxpressleavesCl- erport I v 989 A M stops at all way stationsI arrives Louisville 1215 p mlaj Tverporteast of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m Train No US Dally except Saturday Clo Cloverporb4R t leaveCloverportp Sam1IAJysticg I JSrltnoh rtwrtes and lowudrWES1 HOUND fcILtcommodatiolarrives EVansvlIle 900 am GtQawesvllle Lewlsport laeeo Owensboro I II Stanley Henderson and Kvansvllle I toTrainrives Oloverport 7HO p m Kvansvlllo 1030 pm Stops at all stations slYerportM St louls 1140 p b1 stops at UawC8vUle of Owensboro and ifen arson onlys No 117 lsxpressSunday only leaves 010tvtrport 935 a m arrives Evnnsvllle p m Maken all stops Except Pates on CtLouisvilleears and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 148 between Louisville iiiid St LoUis Fordsvllle Branch I siEASTi Train No 2 dally reposIrvinygtonFordsvllle 430 n 840 a mTrain cFordsvlllasaOp cnpTrain No 8 Sunday only Fordt vlllo630a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND in leavesUvington one ap650mpal the CREATwSummer Discountf he3owonatDraaghonsPractical Business r I1Jrcollegeeatertor catalogne unit Summer Discount Card f Wngbsss P B Collect Co Incorporated P brdr I Ift COUGH SYRUPauILl 4 t Vvi A HONORS fOR HEROES 1 How Two Men Won Railroad Life Saving Medals ESPECIALLY HEROIC EXPLOIT Though Sick In Bed Charles Arm Arose and Saved Two Mail Clerks and a Baggageman From Death How Edgar E George Saved the Life of a Boyd For saving the lives of two maill clerks nnd n bnggngtfmnn In n wrec on the Louisville and Nashville rail President Roosevelt has awarded to Charles Arms of Clarksvllle Tenn railroad life saving medal A medals I for heroic service In saving lives wn also awarded to Edgar E George of Parsons Pa says n Washington ells patch to the New York Sun The exploit for which Mr Arms re cclves recognition was particularly heroic He saved the lives of Mall Clerks G Martin and Thomas A Frazle- and Baggageman Roberti L Morris victims of the wreck of Louisville andI 011aehvllle train 102 at Clarksvllle Tenn on Sept 29 1000 The train ran through the open draw oftbe- d bridge over the Cumberland river at Clarksvllle and the locomotive mallI and baggage cars were thrown Into the river fifty feet below It was about 8 oclock at night and very dark When the train crashed Into the river Mall Clerks Martin and Frazier andI Baggageman Morris although terribly bruised and sunken managed to oven n way out of the cars nnd get top where they clung with all their re strength all Uu time shouting for aid while the partially submergedi cars were being rapidly swept downIl the river by the swift current A number of persons were standing on the river bank near the ferry IRIIlJlngI whets the incident happened They saw the cars plunge lute the river out1 the despairing cries of the mall clerks and baggageman for help but none dared go to their old Arms lives near the ferry lauding t bank of the river and nt the I the accident was confined to his bed t with malarial fever lIe had been sick nearly four weeks hud a doctor had visited him and given him treat ment for his malady loss than au hour I previous to the accident lIe heart the crash of the train as It plunged into the river and a moment Inter his little daughter name into his sick cham her and told him whet had happened I He immediately arose and without waiting fully to clothe himself he made his way as rapidly as possible to the ferry landing minus coat hat and J shoes Ills belief at the time was that the entire train had plunged Into I the river and he thought there might bo scores of people In need of help t Arriving at the ferry landing he d Into n skiff and appealed to the bystanders for aid offering 10 all the moneyhe hull to any persons who would go with him In the hint Ills ap eal for aid was met by the statement that It would be madness for any per son to go out with n bout to attempt a rescue the helper at the ferry lauding tolling him If the drift dont swamp you the people on these cars will jump and SWami you sure Notwithstanding the attempts to dls sUade him Arms pushed off In the boat alone nnd with erica of encour heyfinally reached the cars and succeeded clerksoand baggageman afterward safely nding them on the bank of the river Louisville and Nashville Railroad company gave Arms 100 In recogni tion of his heroism and the postoifice I department took the matter up and made application for a medal for him under the act of Feb 23 1505 which provides for the award of medals of honor for tho saving of life on rail The case van carefully jnqulr theedintogofcruiJeTitt and the medal forwarded with a let rof transmittal from the president AJcai wj1iJawarded to Edgar E for saving the life of a Polish about twelve seers ot fige whose foot Ijad bCcoTfio tnstenetl in n frog on Delaware and Hudson railway track at Persons Pa George and a number of other persons were on the platform awaiting the approach a fast passenger train when the of the lad attracted their at George Immediately started a run for the boy hoping to extri te him from his perilous predicament before the train reached him He made one or two unsuccessful attempts to release the foot and finding it impos ble to do so before the train reached him he seized the boys body and bonding It down outside the rail forc tt- ed the Imprisoned leg under the engine linders 011 boxes and steps of the which scraped their bodies as they came along The engineer applied the emergency brake but did not succeed stopping until the locomotive and J car had passed over Mr George the boy The back side and right 2 of Mr Georges coat were besmeared with Iron rust and oil from engine and car and his right hand was slightly cut and bruised Beyond badly strained foot and leg the boy uninjured Had It not been for Georges nerve and presence of mind would undoubtedly have lost his fe and it was something of a miracle both of them were not killed Federal Control of Forests At present but onefifth of the total forest arefot the United States Is em aced in national forest The remain four fifthl have already passed or most likely to pane taste Ipdvile I L 1- i FEeRjA GRAFT NET 1City Peed guyerp Accused of Conspir ing with Welohmatter PeorIa Ill June 28More graft on the part of elty officials was uncovered here in a sensational report returned by the grand jury Indictments were returned against Edward J Leen and Thomas J Horan city feed buyers until two months ago and Fred Peters welghmaster A direct shortage of 1000 was shown by the grand jury but this amount It is believed will be largely increased with a complete audit of the books As purchasing agents for the city under the administration of arekcharged with rendering false accounts and conspiring with the weighmaster to defraud the city Leen and Horan are well known sa loon men They were recently founds to owe the city 4000 in back saloon Hcense The grand jury also indicted Frank P Watson former superintendent of the Peoria county poor farm on se rious charges He is now a fugitives TAFTS LITTLE JOKE The Jovial Secretary Gives a Hint Ai WlllingneuI New Haven Conn June 28Seere tary of War William H Taft in the course of a speech at the alumni dinner in the Yale dining hall told a story which his hearers took as an Indica lien of his attitude In regard to the nomination by the Republican party of a successor to President Roosevelt KentuckiannRepublican ticket until finally aRe publican governor had been elected Then he went down from his mountain home to Frankfort to see It he could be of any further help to the party Fi nally his money gave out and he drove out of town Asked where he was going he replied I have heard a great deal of talk about the office soak ing the man but I have not soon any of It If you see any office seeking tho man however say that you saw Alexandraslow QUICKER ON THE TRIGGER Murder Case In Illinois Ends In Favor of Defendantii Danville 111 June 28Notguilty i was the verdict returned by the jury in the case of Cassius Larrance acv cused of manslaughter in the killing of John Crimmins at tho Larrance sawmill near Indlanola in October 1905 He was tried once before for warder in the first degree Crimmins was Indebted to Cassius and Henry Lar ranee and this provoked friction be tween Henry Larrance and the debtor and Crimmins drew a revolver Cas slus then covered him with a revolver directing him to lower his weapon but the testimony showed that while j Crimmlna obeyed the command he warily watched for an opportunity to renew the fight and as he raised his revolver Cassius was quicker on the trigger and the killing followed All of the principals In this affair were prominent and wealthy at one time 3PRECKLES HAS A SCHEME J He Would Have a Committee Watch City Officials San Francisco June 28It is announced by Rudolph Spreckels that be has almost perfected a plan for a permanent safeguard against the grafters and that he hoped to put it in operation by the first of the year The plan contemplates the formation of a civic auditing agency which is to follow every movement of the city government and keep a close watch on the officials from the mayor down Spreck ele laid that he figures that the scheme could be put in operation at an expense of 100000 a year and that it would effect a saving to the taxpayers pf = 3000000 to 3500000 7P r 3000000 Cement Merger La Salle Ill June 28The Marquette Cement company of this city operators of the principal cement works in Illinois has absorbed the Chicago Portland cement plant and the GermanAmerican plant both of this city The combination which Will be controlled by the Marquette Inter eests will have an annual output of 3000000 barrels The deal embraces 3000000 Threw Children and Jumped Plttsburg June 28During a fire at the home of John Delger in the town district Mrs Delger throw her two young children out of the second story window and then jumped her self All were badly injured The fire was extinguished with small loss D Gregory Sr Commits Suicide Louisville June 28J D Gregory Sr an insurance solicitor and formerly a prominent tobacco man committed fuiclde by cutting his throat He was a native of Virginia and was atone time in business in Danville John A Logan Brother Dead Murphysboro 111 June 28Thos M Logan brother to General John Ao Logan and owner of one of the best racing stables in the middle west dropped dead at his home here aged eighty years Editor Shoots and IIs Imprisoned Lisbon June 28The editor of undo has been Imprisoned for shoot Ing at detective dealled to watch 1111 tl 1 + n l R r 1 i J JI IfMADE HliHOT Col Chtnn Objects to His Portrait In Advertisement Hnrrodsburg Ky June 26Col Jack Chinn has filed suit against a medical company of Elmira N Y for 25000 Some weeks ago the com pany circulated an almanac through out this county containing a picture of Col Chinn and under it a strong letter with what purported to be a facslmllo of his signature Among other things he was made to say I heartily endorse the kidney pills When I was feeling miserable and had severe pains In tho back was restless and languid a few boxes of them ef fectually routed the ailment and I am glad to acknowledge the benefit I derived Co Cnlm says he never took a kidney pill in his life and In his petition says the publication has caused him great mental suffering and mortifica tion and brought him into ridicule among those who know him and has discredited him with the people at large QUITS PHILIPPINE SERVICE Founder of Constabulatory Is to Head Yellowstone Park Police Lexington Ky June 24Brlg Gen Henry T Allen chief of the Philippine constabulary of the United States army has left here for Washington where he will tender his formal res ignation as head of the department to take the position as heat of the Yellowstone Park service Gen Allen organized the Philippine constabulary and has been in charge for seven years He is a native of Bath County Kentucky Woman Hotel Keeper Dies Lexington Ky June 27Miss An nie McLaughlin aged sixtyfive died from apoplexy here last night She was known all over the United States as manager of big hotels at Les Che noaux Mich Naples Fla Grand Orchard Ky and other places She was a close friends of exPresident Cleveland and was a native of Bel more county Roficommon Ireland When manager of the hotel at Les Cheneaux she took thirty negro serv ants with her from here in a special car When you feel the need of a pill take 11 DeWitts Little Early Riser Sma pill safe pill sure pill EdSY to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by All Druggists THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 90c No 2 red 93c CornNo2 52s c OatsNo 2 mixed 43c IIayClover 1700 20 00 timothy 19002200 millet 1300 g 1500 Cattle260 665 Hogs 500615 Sheep300425 Lambs 550600 At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 95c CornNo 2 561 4c OatsNo2 46c Cattle 475575 Hogs 4500610 Sheep 225480 Lambs500760- At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 93c CornNo 2 53 4c OatsNo2 43c Cattle Steers 450700 stockers and feeders 300500 Hogs 6603610 Sheep400475 Lambs 560 750 Livestock at New York Cattle 4500650 Hogs6601 160 Sheep 400500 Lambs650 775 At East Buffalo Cattle4006l Hogs 6600 640 Sheep 3000550 Lambs 600 0760 Wheat at Toledo Dec 102 July 97e cash 7c i It Takes NerveEverything depends upon your nerves It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body it is nerve force that causes your It Iibloodis nerve force that causes your stomach to digest food your kidneys to filter the blood and the liver to secrete bile In fact nerve force is the power that runs your body so if you feel wornout irritable nervous cannot sleep or eat well have pain or misery anywhere your nerves are weaand your system run down To restore this vitality take Dr Miles Nervine which will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves For eighteen years Dr Miles Nervine and AntiPain Pills have beea my close companions Early in mar ried life wbUe raising children myIserves became all wornout could notI JveryJepellsNervine and at once I began to improve and soon found myself to- perfect health MRS S 1 YOUNG 124 Plttsburr St New Castle iaIDr Mlles Nervine IIs sold by yeIunlit who wiM guarantee that the first kettle wIN benefit If It falls he wrH refund yaK money I Mile Medical Co Eikhart WII I 111111 T r I R The First Annual Meeting of th- eBreckenridge County Fair will be held at Hardingsburg y 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 8600 guarantee one of the very greatest lairs ever held In Kentucky vr IJ W n BOWUEJI President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIQHITOOT VIcePresident Cues SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by theyery j latest equipment t Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited t THE wI Fifth Avenue I HOTEL I Kyifl l 77 T T Y s TY1Y 4CtCtE 9C i1iEettiE e E Themost centrally located and onlj rSt ass hotel In the city making a I1200 rate Only one block from the principal sbopplnR61strlct and two blocks the principal theatres tromIIStreet cars pass the door to all ot tbe city- Everything neat andiclean y II 5S 5 52 53 5S 52 52 5S 7 V IJWI 1 First State Bank i IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VJcePresiden B H KEMPER Cashier r Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits 813WHY WE LAUGH A Little Nonsense Now and Then I4 Relished lythe 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 tQJvidge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York J LOW RATESFR- OM r LOUISVILLE VIA J I Southern Railway In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive i Butteiand Seattle Los Angeles and Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekersCheayone be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast For mapsfolders and complete information call on your ocalag cnt orJKyCKy Si 0 BEAM JR Asst Gen Pasty Agent St Louis Mo cl t e V f 3 a- f rt r+ r + 7r r w + TrY r i rh-i Death at Addison I cancer7aat I C Fella near Addison Ky Wednesday June 26th about five oclock in the eve ningMiss Fella was the daughter of Francis Adan and Maria Fella and was born in Bavaria German September ith 1853 At the age of five years she came to America where she remained till God called her from her lojig sufferings to a better world Contracting cancer she was treated by the best physicians and attended by the beat nurses this country affords but when finally declared incurable she came to the home of her brother to spend her last days She is survived by two brothers C J Fella and Domian Fella and one sister Catharine The funeral was held from the residence of Mr C J Fella at 2p m Wednesday Father C Brey officiating and interment at the Stephensport City Cenetery When the baby is teething it is cross and restless it becomes feeverish an in many cases vomits agreat deal and oftentimes cannot even keep cool water on the stomach All the delicate little organs of the dtomach are affectedI l bringing on colic and diarrhoea Cas casweet for babies and children makes 1 the stomach right and allays inflimma tion and prevents irritatiou Casca sweet makes the baby happy and well Sold by all druggists V j Death of Young Lady- CHENAULT KY At 830 Saturday morning the angels- of death came and took Miss Pincey j Cordelia Walls away from her friends She had neither father nor mother onl tone small brother Her parents let her when she was quite small And fo the past four years she has made her home with the family of Mr and Mr Henry Stallmann who cared and love her the same as one of the family They did for her all that was in their powe- to do while her sickness aud wantedor asked for a thing of what iit was granted her Her death was caused of consumption But Pincey is gone her task is done r and her beautiful voice is heard no re Her place is vacant forever an t tm never more to be filled again A kind cherrful disposition won herI a place in affections of all At school she owns loved by her teacher and universal favorite of her playmates and many a heart gave a momentary throb of pain when her death was jan nounce- di She died in the peace and love of a ttGod and many affectniate friends to mourn her loss The funeral took place from St Thresieas church by Rev Father J P Rasux pastor Sunday morning at 930 oclock May she rest in peace S A Friend Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Pleas note it is made alone for Piles and it action is positive and cetiiu Itching painful protruding or blind piles disap pear like magic by its use Large nickel capped glass jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co MATTINGLY I I Deferred from last week Born to the wife of Jess Wilson a the 16th a boy M E Hambleton who has been illl I for the past two weeks is up again Miss Ruby Hawkins of Cjoverport visited relatives here last week Mrs Nancy Pate of Pisgah who has been sick for some time is no better a this writing x Mrs Curtis Pate had a hen and fi f teen chickens killed by lighning re cently Mrs Robert Wheatloy nee Miss Em ma Mattingly Is seriously ill Mr Joe Taul is very much indisposed at this writing Mrs William Frank and daughter Marcella of Owensboro who have been visiting relatives here have returned homeMiss Emma Lou Pate of Louisville who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Vane Pate has returned home Mrs William Mingus of Tar Fork has been visiting relatives here the past weekMisses Little and Minnie Bates of Pisgah visited their aunt Mrs Sam Taul last Sunday- A great number of farmers have not finished setting out tobacco on account- d of no season to plant Dick Newman has gone to Evansville Miss Jane Davis of Harped who has been visiting her sister Mrs Sam Las ley has returned home Miss Mallssa Mattingly who has been attending school at Hardinsburg has returned home Our community was greatly shocked Saturday morning on learning of the sudden death of Mr Jerry Perkins at his home near this place Mr Perkins leaves a wife four sons and three daughters We deeply sympathize with the bereaved family- A cleansing clean cooling soothing healing household remedy is DeWitts FortunequaledrGood for Piles Beware of imitations bystlall druggists ActrLouisville Ky June 26Pntrlek-r Keenan night watchman discovered a burglar In the act of cracking the safe In The Rathskeller In West Market street about 330 oclock In the morning and In the duel which followed the thief was shot and prob 1ably fatally Injured The police say he 1 is Ernest Mapleton of Indianapolis- He lies at the city hospital at the point of death Suicide of a Shelby Danville Ky June 26A telegram from Jeanrltto La received here an nounces the sudden death of J War ren Shelby from taking poison with suicidal intent The deceased was a son of Major Isaac Shelby of this coun ty and a greatgreatgrandson of the first governor of Kentucky Big Strike at Loulrvllle Louisville Ky June 26Two thousand workmen belonging to the Build ing Trades Alliance struck Monday Viewing an order to enforce the working cartr5 in all the unions The strike is partly one of sympathy for the carpenters who have been outs since June 1- Needle Puncture Fatal Ashland Ky June 27Wlllle six son of James Simmons fell on a darn- Ing needle when running from his sister at 4 the steel penetrated his throat The boy died an hour later hisIfield A 100030 Blae 1Louisville Juno 26Flr destroyed the plant of the Louisville Cottonseed 011 company at Floyd and D streets I WhafB1reFlame fevas It means the hottest and cleanest flame produced by any stove This is the flame the New Perfection Oil Stove gives the instant a lighted match is ap pliedno delay no trouble no soot no dirt Forcooking the TNEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove is unequaled It gives quick results because its heat ishighJyconcentrated Cuts fuelexpense- in two made in three sizes Every stove warranted If not at your deal ers write to our nearest agency nThe beatatjr allround household use Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled j erfectly conairucted abMlut ely safe unexcelled in lightgiving power an ornament to any room Every lamp warranted If not at your 1 failtiX write to our nearwt agMuy dAt4MCOAKYt IIIiJUT t BItlEF DISPATCHES SATURDAY Former United States Senator Lu tclon Baker of Kansas is dead at Loavonwarth Business failures for the week number 203 against 1G1 last week and 173 in the corresponding week of 1900 The telegraphers employed by tits Western Union and Postal Telegraph companies at San Francisco are on strikeSecretary Hesters statement of the worlds visible supply of cotton shows a total of 3701467 against 8021256 last week J J Blanks of Trezevant Tenn won the grand American handicap shoot at Chicago making a total of 18 In the shootoff at 20 targets Serious rioting has occured In the Portuguese capital In which many per sons were shot down by soldiers The trouble grew out of the net of the king In dismissing parliament and instltut Ing a government by decree MONDAY Fourteen inches of snow fell in Butte Mont Sunday The Georgia legislature will meet Wednesday in annual session to con tinue fifty days- Thousands of students will say their farewells to colleges throughout the country this week Lord Curzon of Kedleston will be publicly Installed as chancellor of Ox ford university Wednesday The annual convention of the Fed eration of American Zionists will be held at Tannersvllle N Y beginning next Friday and continuing until thejj following WednesdaycSamuel S Tolln fortysix years of age one of the oldest mail carriers In point of service in tho Indianapolis I postofflco committed suicide by shoot Ing In a public park In that city I TUESDAY The treaty between the United States and Santo Domingo was signed by the president Monday By the collapse of a building occu pied by two Italian families In New York city nine persons were killed John Johnson who murdered his wife at Younkers two years ago was electrocuted at Sing Sing prison Mon dayEleven persons are dead and many prostrated as a direct or indirect re suit of the warm weather In the Pitta burg district President Roosevelt has awarded railroad lifesaving medals to Charles Arms of Clarkavllle Tenn and Edgar E George of Parsons Pa The president has Instructed the census bureau to make a special enum eration of the Inhabitants of the pro posed state of Oklahoma i The district court of appeals at San Francisco has dismissed the petition of Mayor Schmltz for admittance to ball through a writ of habeas corpus WEDNESDAY Secretary Taft Is planning to wend five weeks at Murray Bay Canada In a collision between two heavily loaded streetcars at Chicago twenty of the passengers were injured The Venezulan cabinet has resigned j owing to the action of congress In condemning the policy of the minister of finance Henry Harmes a wealthy farmer in jail at Kankakec Ill for shooting his wife committed suicide by hanging himself Presidents of Illinois railroads have agreed that there shall be no Imme dlate contest of the twocent rate lawl which becomes effective July 1 It Is said that diplomats of the United States and Mexico have sug gested a means to secure a president and a government for Honduras TH AYIIt is officially announced that there is no prospect of a ministerial crisis In PortugalA over 100000 to Harvard university from the class pf 1882 which is celebrating UR twontyflfth reunion this June is announced The republic of Nicaragua Is fitting out a fleet of three gunboats on the Pacific side and Salvador to fortifying its ports in anticlpatipn of attack Nearly 1000 delegates from the Young Peoples Societies of the Unit ed Presbyterian church have assem bled at Plttsburg for the annual con vention As the result of the premature explosion of a box of dynamite In a rail way construction camp near Tola Va eight persons were killed outright and sixl others seriously injured FRIDAY After a session of twentysix weeks duration the state legislature has ad journedThe French shoonor VIoletta with nineteen hands has sunk off the coast of IcelandIt that the president will not break his silence on the nature fakir controversy- It is reported that the Russian terrorists are now contemplating new at tempts against Emperor Nicholas Tho suit to test the constltulonallty of the Indiana antiSunday barber law has been appealed to the supreme courtvFire destroyed the entire saloon section of Morencl Arizona The loss aggregates 1100000 Twentyseven buildings were wiped out Sir Chentung Liang Cheng the Chinese minister to tho United States has relinquishedl his post and will sail for China next Wednesday IlIllIllI J GLENDEANE Deferred from last week There are several people on the si list this week Jess Howard lost a fine mule 1 weekR G Robertson lost a fine horse IB weekTod Ashley is on the sink list th weekG W aintthews is HO better at th writingHenry Drllaveu and his daughter Mrs W R Moorumn I are visiting Millwood this week Lawrence Vessels of bt Louis iii visiting at J C Mattinglys this week Miss Margaret Wortham of Owens boro is visiting Miss Enema Lou Moor man Bud Mrs F W Bailey Miss Nina Stumm of Sacramento i visiting Mrs W V Moorman thi weekMiss Clara Mattingly of Owensboro is visiting J C Mattingly and W T Mattingly this week E L Robertson shipped two car loade of hogs and cattle this week The tobacco and corn crop is looking flue C W Dean is on the sick list Moorman L Howail are prizing their purchase of tobacco I will mail you free to grove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely synilotUH ofa deeper ailment Don t make the common error of treating symptoms only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Wsak Stomach nerves the iiitide uerrei metn Stomach weakness always And the Heart and Kulue s as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Re storative has made its fame No other remedy oxen claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloatlngbilioasneas bid breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write me today for sample and free Book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The Restorative is sold sold by Severs Drug CoIGARRETT Deferred from last week MM Columbia Easton is spending this week with her brother W W Miles and familyIWill Funk and Robert Roby spent Saturday night and Sunday at homeMrs Beatrice Tuell and family spent Saturday with her sister Mrs Dr Miles at Brandenburg Miss Lee Thornsberry is spend ing this week with Mrs Lum HamiltonMisses Mabel and Jennie Rhodes sppnt Saturday night and Sunday- at home and attended the ice cream supper at Buck Grove Grover Tindall was in Brandon burg Saturday Those on the sick list are Mrs J G Roby and daughter and Mrs Mary A Ritchie Born to the wife of C C on the 18th a fine boy Mr and Mrs Edward Ritchie entertained Sunday Those present were Misses Maggie Ethel and Mary Redman Connie Os borne Messrs John Miles Ira Ritchie Columbus Redman Guy Lee and Lawrence Oiborno A nice time was spent Bid sick headaches biliousness or constipation are quickly relieved by DeWitts Little Early Risers Small pill sure pill safe pillprompt and pleasant in action Sold by all druggists HARNED Deferred from last week Sunday School at the Baptist church overy Sunday at 230 pm The new depot at this place is nearing completion Mrs Jim Payne is rapidly re nesaoIMiss Rena is visiting in West Point Mrs D a Wilson of this place has moved to Howard Crops are looking well in this Mrs J L Booth and children have returned from Owensboro oB- ttMtt rT O RX aTheKind You Halo fjtajt Mylta- pt cukN ArcgclablcPrcparatioufor As thcFoodandlzegulaa machsnndBowelsofI I 1 Promotes DigestionChcerfut ness and RestContains neither OpiumjMorphine nor Md- NOTNARCOTICs g Ro 4ea Old 11 aPOTllEl- ljfnmnJ JBIw14J Conslipalion Worms Convulsions feverish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature of P UNEW YORK EXACT twF OF WRAPPEU a ffI I j 4 CASTORIA and Kind Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of a UseiFor Thirty Years CASTORIATHt a NNSee000000OOeee0e0 t eN N N000001 eeeee t Bank of Hardinsburg s and Trust CompanyiiCAPITAL 5000000YH BEARD Cashier PAUL CUMPTON Assistant Cashierii DIRECTORS Morris Eskiiilge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vie Robertson BF Beard Dr A 11 Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary 4 tee v see U THE LEADING AMERICAN MAGAZINE i THE CENTURYL1IN 19071LJ Three Great Serial Novels TilE SHlTTLE IAn International Novel By Frances Hodgson BurnettICOME AND FIND ME A NovelI of the Far North By Elizabeth Robins 1RtNNINGA Novelof Travel and Adventure Br the Author of The Four Feathers AN IMPORTANT ARTICLE BY ROOSEVELT THE PANAMA CANAL By Secretary William H Taft THE GERMAN EMPERORS WHIHLER IS PARI ANI IN PAIixy N lARUESINii AkHItr1 oICEIIFKBVtl SEINaFF CATHEL t iiiki II r PAPERS us ART THE AMERICAN P CIVIL WAR Three Short Serials the Centurys famous War Series HOW THE WAR GENERAL HOWARDS LINCOLN IN THE WAS FINANCED REMINISCENCES TELEGRAPH OFFICE An account of the career of Personal recollections Lin The story of exciting days JayCooke From unpublished coin Grant and other lead contributed by the telegra documents Illustrated ers of the time Illustrated pher of the War Department THE FINEST COLOR WORK OF THE MAGAZINES NEW SUBSCRIBERS who begin with November t 1906 tin which number Mrs i Burnett great international novel The Shuttle begins may obtain free of charge If they ask for them on subscribing the August September and Octo her tgo6 numbers and thus get ant chaptera of punning Water the strong novel by A E W Mason author of The Four Feathers Thui mb scribers get mien numbers for the price of twelve Subtcriptton price MOO The Ctntvrjr Co Union Square New York City Ya TOBINSPORT Deferred from last week Several from here attended the show at Clovorport Thursday eveningMr of Louisville was the guest of C C Whitehead Thurs dayMiss Della Wincholl was in Wednesday Rev D R Landis state evan gelist held services at the Baptist church Sunday M r S E W aggoner of Hites Run visited relatives hero last weekMrs Jess Stith who has been visiting her sister Mrs Hugh Gardner at Lewispprt for the twoek returned homo Satur r For Infants Children The You a In Over The e ae THEODORE JJlMP11 Supplementing Cannelton day t Misses Fannie Drinkwator and Mildred Polk visited friends in Cannelton Saturday and Sunday Mrs Marion Polk hastybeen visiting her mother who it ti seriously illat Brandenburg re turned homo Saturday Robbie Leaf of Derby visited u relatives here last week Will Anspach and Ernest Ved ding of Rome visited friends here Sunday When there is the slightest Indication of indigestion heart burn flatulence or any form of stomach trouble take a little Kodol occasionally and you will be afforded prompt relief Kodol is a compound of vegetable acids and eon tains the juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol digests what you eat makes your food do you good Sold by all druggists i V i v 5 vV kt tV b y r T+ lg t Ysy MMtN U 11 c Ii oN ftt 0 7 LJL ALL HAIL PERUHA A Case of STQMAGH CATARRH Miss Mary OBrien 800 Myrtle Avo Brooklyn N Y writes r Peruna cured me In flue weeks of catarrh of the stomach after Buffering for four years and doctor Ingwithout effect In common with other grateful ones who have been benefited by your discovery I say All hall to Peruna Mr H J IIounoman Oakland Nob writes ul waited before writing to yon shoat my sickness catarrh of tho stomach which 1 had over a year ago There wore people who told me It would not stay cured but I am sure that I am cured for I do not fool any moro 111 effects havo a good appetite and am potting fat- So 1 am and will say to all I am cared for good 1 thank you for your kindness Peruna will be our house medlcfaj hereafter Oatarrh of the stomach Is also known In eommon parlance as dyspepsia gas t trills and indigestion No mediolne wit be of any permanent benefit except it removes the catarrhal condition Nervous Debility Miss Irene Smith 10 Minnesota Ave Randle Highlands Washington D 0 writes Peruaa cured me of catarrh of the I head and stomach and nervous debility from whl jh I suffered for two years WORSHIPERS OF FIRE Mysterious Sect of Well EdueaUd Ap parently Intelligent English People Only the other day did I make the Strange discovery that there exUta IB London a iny terlou sect of fire wore 4 snipers not foreigners either but wellI educated and apparently Intelligentt people of hood social position writes aI London correspondent of the New Yorkt It HeraldI out at Ualbam a suburb ofr South London when a friend mintingr to a big house with windows heavily buttered Inside said Do you know what place that tarl According to the calendar he pro cowled this 1 is the Ilongest day Inside that house theta hero been assembled slate sunrise about 200 people who call1 themselves the Palthlst Community and there with all the light of day shut out they are bowing low or kneel ing before n little oil lamp worshiping tho suu Their ordinary days of worship are Sundays and Mondays Their rites are wihl to follow closely the lines of wor ship of thi IHrseea n race which somo sixteen or seventeen It and red years ago was driven from Persia to seek n home on the western shores of India They worship flro nod light and are directing their praise nnttirally to the sun as the grxmtegt emblem of fire and light Their shrine In that big dismal doeortcd looking house IB the little oil lamp referred to which Is carefully watched nntl serer allowed to go out SMOKE CAUSE OF MANY ILLS London Artist Says It Shortens Sum mar and Makes People Toothless Sir Wllliiun Richmond n well known member of lilt keys ncitdemy In Lou don finds Inntnncos In unexpected di rections to drive homo his arguments In his liiudnlilo lint hitherto very un successful campaign against the Lon don smoke nuisance says a special ca ble dispatch to the New York Sun Lecturing recently In London he told his hearers thnt the late springs and early falls In London were caused en tirely lby London smoke The pallor of J Londoners was also due to the same cause for the smoke excluded the sun light sari whore there was no sun light there was no color He went HO far ns to ascribe physical deficiencies of the poor to his pet aver sion Premising that nothing could i grow without light he declared thnt poor girls were often toothless while the terrible snub noses and retreating chins so common among the poorly bred natives of London were largely Joe to the absence of light A Few of the Lecturers n GOV FOLK DR GRAY 1GEO STUART SPURGEON of England PRES EVERETT CAPT IIOBSON AS or E OPIE READI f BISHOP GALLOWAY FATHER VAUGHN MATTINQLY Born June 16 to the wife of Jess Wilson a boy Born June 24 to the wife of Al Mil ler a girl- Little Clarence Hambleton is sick Bessie Muriel the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinius is sick Thos Ryan of Pisgah is sick at thisI writingMrs Nancy Pate who has been sick for some time is no better Mrs Wm Frank and daughter Mar celer ofOwensboro who have been visiting relatives here have returned home Miss Bertha Blair aud Jerry Landers were married Sunday June 23 at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs H Blair near the Tar Springs Miss Emma Lou Pate of Louisville who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Vane Pate has returned home On June 24 Leroy the sevenmonts old son of Mr and Sirs Frank Brickey passed away Black Jack Notes Lawrence Tabor and sister of Har dinsburg have returned home after spending several days with relatives at this place A large crowd was present at the mission ralley at Hill Grove Sunday Several from around here attended the ice cream supper at Buck Grove Saturday night Mr and Mrs Chas Price of Bran denburg spent Saturday with the latter parents Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett and attended the mission ralley at Hill Grove Sunday Miss Roaa Sipse is improving nicely Mrs Lamb entertained several young 1folks Saturday night in honor of Mr Lawrence Tabor and sister of Har dinsburg Mrs Basham and daughter of Meade ville spent Wednesday with Mrs Sam Epperson and daughters of Hill Grove Misses LUlie and DOM Miller entertained at supper several of this friendsi Sanday evening Those present were Misses Lena sad Inez Dowell Allie and Lula Sipse Lone Downs Myrtle Eula and Tula Prather and Lucy Tabor of Hardinsburg Messy Ben Flowers Ed Brown Gus Newton Frank Ernest and Robert Downs Charlie Sipse and Lawrence Tabor of Hardinsburg They were highly entertained with music and singing until a late hour Fourth of July Rates 1907 rFor this occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Cloverport to local points and return at reduced rates I Tickets to be sold for afternoon train July 3 and all trains July 4 good to re turn July 5 Notice- Commencing July 1 storage charge will be assessed against height ship tents held over 48 hours F D Ferry Agent 1 000 Special Niagara Falls Excursion Sea son 1907 Dates of sale July 2530 and August 1017 Fare from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return good for 12 days including date of sale will be 1350 These tickets will be sold for certain trains only on above dates Forparticulars call at the office THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by ell druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2028 Olive street SL Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estltnonials Specia Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 118 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reducedrates to local points good to return Sunday The Brandyrvino took Its name from n Dutch distillery on Its banks in the early days The Dutch name tor bran dy Is broud wljn or burnt wine Two thousand nine hundred silk worms are required to produce ono spiders Four and a halt persons In each 1000 of the worlds inhabitants are cither dent and dumb blind or mentally af flicted TJbrattonaudible to the human car lies between 10 and 4000 vibrations a second REPUBLICAN PLATFORM The Republican party in Kentucky in convention assembled adopts the fol lowingplatform irstWe approve the policies and commend the ability integrity Nand courage of Presilent Roosevelt and his administration and without expressing a preference for any candidate favor the selection by the next National Con vention for President of one in full ac cord with these policies and who will energetically carry them out in the in forests of all the people Second We demand that all oleo tions shall be honestly conducted and declare that the cause of good government and the future happiness and wel fare of the people of Kentucky are in separably bound up in the suppression of all abuses and crimes against an honest ballot that have so unfortu nately disgraced our State under Dem ocratic rule depriving the people of their rightful heritagerepresentative governmentThe for registration certificates imposed on the State by the Democratic party for immoral political purposes whereby votes in Kentucky have be come negotiable instruments passing by delivery ought to be repealed Third The judiciary of the State in both the Circuit and Appellate Courts should be chosen on nonpartisan grounds and the continuance in office of faithful judicial public servants should be determined by no other qualification than fitness FourthThere should be complete iiblicity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns and a law should bo passed providing for ac counting by candidates and campaign managers of all sums of money col lected for political purposes Fifth We demand the redistricting of Kentucky in Legislative Senatorial Congressional end Judicial Districts which shall give equal representation and equal voting power to every tiff zen of ever district ih conformity with the plain requirements of the Constitu tion and not as at present in flagrant violation thereof Sixth There should be prompt and efficient enforcement of the criminal laws of every kind and at all times but especially at this time do we call for the rigid enforcement of the law against those forms df crime which under the recent administration of justice in many communities have gone practically unpunished Election thieves gamblers poolroom operators thelintereatofcounties should be punished and the juries should be so selected as to pre vent the packing of juries for the pur pose of securing verdicts in accordance with the wishes of those in whose hands the selection of the juries is placed or under whose control and direction they are selected SeventhWe demand that the books vouchers and accounts of all municipal ities all public officers and public insti tutions supported by the State coun ties or cities and of all corporations in which a city of the State owns the ma jority interest either directly or through subordinate corporations trustees or commissioners shall be open to inspec tion and investigation at all times by any citizen and shall be regularly audited and the results published fig an in dependent accountant who shall not be eligible to reexamine such books vouchers or accounts twice in succes sionEighthWe demand a reform in the management of our public eleemosynary and penal institutions to the end that they shall be operated by bipartisan boards upon proper business principles and their inmates treated humanely Ninth We favor the enactment and enforcement of a uniform local option law with the county as the governing unitTenthYe fcemand that the public schools of the State shall be taken and kept entirely out of politics and that the interests and welfare of the chil dren shall have first consideration in all public school matters We call for better schools and school houses for longer school terms in the country and better pay for the teachers and that elections for school trustees bo had on different days from other elec lionsEleventhWe favor amendments to State laws permitting and encouraging l 1JJ oJ A l yIto I J fririlaw f r 1kYhR zfA fP f4 JrJ1 Cloverport Friday July 12 At the Brick Yard Grounds The Boston Bloomers Ladies Champion Base Ball Club will play the local team of this city on Friday July 12 This will be a most interesting and ex citing contest and it is predicted that the Boston Bloomers will have the largest attendance ever seen at a ball game in this city The Boston Bloomers comprise a team of lady athletes who know how to play base ball and are perfect ladles in every respect This will be the event of the season and our local base ball man agement should be congratulated on securing such a truly novel attraction joint nominations of the same candidate by the different parties TwelfthWe condemn the law passed for immoral political purposes creating the Racing Commission in Kentucky and demand its repeal ThirteenthWe condemn the enact ment by the Democratic party of aIi large number of obnoxious tax laws and the creation of useless offices as the reward of partisan service and we promise if given power to repeal all such laws and reduce the tax to the lowest possible rate consistent with an efficient administration of the State GovernmentCONCLUSION For years past the legislation enacted by the Democratic party and dictated by cdrtain of its leaders has not been for the benefit of the citizen but of the officeholder The chief aim of such legislation has been the contlnuod hold ing of office and the creation of new offices to be traded in as rewards for party service The citizen is at last realizing as never before that the administration of public affairs is a business that comes close home to him that such business must be honestly and efficiently con ducted and that his ballot should not be cast asa matter of sentiment but for that candidate or that party which shows the nighest capacity for properly conducting the affairs of the State on strict business principles We ask the support of all patriotic citizens regardless of their party affil iations for the State ticket selected by this convention and for the policies and principles above stated believing that it will insure hotter days for Ken tucky Free for Catarrh just to prove trerlt a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Let me send it now It is a snowwhite creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing iugre diems as Oil Eucaliptua Thymol Menthol etc it glues instant end last- Ing relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the tree test and see for yourself what this preparation can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co SUNDAY CLOSING LAW ENFORCED IN LOUISVILLE The lid was on tight in Louisville last Sunday as this result of strict orders to that effect given by the new Mayor Robert W Bingham who was ap pointed by Governor Beckham to suc ceed Paul C Barth the ousted mayor Four saloons were caught open and the proprietors were promptly arrested Walter J Lincoln the Governors appointee to the County Judgeship of Jefferson county says the county laws will be strictly enforced A Word From Carnegie Y Andrew Carnegie has written to IMrDavid Homer Bates the author of Lincoln in the Telegraph Office now appearing in The Century Magazine telling Mr Bates of his appre ciation Mr Carnegie says My experience with Mr Lincoln that great and good man was similar to yours as I had many opportunities of seeing him my office at that time adjoining Colonel Scotts and the telegraph office being next to mine Mr Lincoln came to the telegraph office as you record and so far as my memory serves me your I stirringII to the telegraph CONQUERORS OF THE WORLD General Booth Declares Yellow Races Will Get All Eastern Trade General William Booth head of the Salvation Army has returned to Lou don after his trip to the orient greatly impressed with the potentialities of the yellow races In the course of an Interview at London the other day he declared thnt the Chinese and Japa nose would completely capture Eastern trade and commerce There arc features about the Chinese and Jftpanese he said that are bound to make theist the con Qiierora of tlic world but they will do It by peaceful means General Booth declared that the Jap oases had not the remotest desire for n conflict with any nation but that It It were necessary they could tight to retain what they had Japan he sold was no longer trammeled by the old Ideas of the degrading character of trade It was only a questlonot time when her Industries would be under tho most expert direction Hided by the flyest mnchlncrjj ajul hj could not see what could prevent her from producing articles of the finest manufacture at the cheapest prices General Booth said he admired the thrift of the Japanese working classes which resulted In the absence of real1 poverty and their system of polite culture giving ns nn Instance the val ley between Tokyo Hari Osaka whore not n square yard of land on clthotI Ride of the railway or In tho long utretclies up the hillsides Is not packed with some form of produce lie found dark spots he snld In the Increase in the drinking habit and gam Ming and In the iioaltlon of women but these things would be changed and he continued to judge Japan properly It must always be remembered l thnt the country was lu process of octal sad pollHail transformation andI evolution Novelty In Hunting Lodges A hunting lodge Is being built a Mount Tabor Vt for Stephen Clark of New York It will bo constructed of logs cut on tho premises which will bet lett In their rough state says the Now York Times A unique Idea governsI tho arrangements of the rooms W t largest being In the center and sur rounded by smaller ones somo of which are to be divided tor bunks making a balcony along two sides Anl automobile road fifteen miles long will carry guests from the lodge to the rail road Tho land on which tho camp Isr being laid out Is a largo tract and onoI that offers fine fishing and hunting A Winchester Triumph I IThe great American shooting classic trapshooting event of theI yearknown as the Grand American Handicap held at Chicago June 1821 resulted in an overwhelming victory fo Winchester Shells and Winchester Shot guns The Professional Championship was won by W RCrosby ofOFallon JUand the AmnteurChampionship b Hugh M Clark of Urbana Ill hot shooting Winchester Leader Shells In the Grand American Handicap W J Marriot of Fort Collins Colo shooting a Winchester Shotgun and a Illinois amateur shooting Winchester Leader Shells tied with one other shooter The Preliminary Handicap1 was won by Geo L Lyon with a Win chester Shotgun High average for the tournament was won by Jno R Taylor of Newark Ohio with Winchester Shells and a Winchester Shotgun Thi renufrkable list of winnings for Win chester Shells and Guns in an entry of 452of the very best shots in the country is incontrovertible proof of the high merit of these goods which are growing more popular every year amongst all classes of shooters SEVEN HILLS CHAUTAUQUAJ AUGUST 114 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY The worlds greatest Lecturers and Entertainers Ten Great Schools Season ticket 250 Daily picnicThirtyfour+ c r QtUITEKLY IEPOKT P Till BANK OF CLOVERPORT At the close of business on the 29th day of June 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 66118M 45 Overdrafts secured fiOverdrafts unsecured 9l pup Due hanks from Jrom Natlonalii and Bankers M 00 Duo from Trust Com pastes 00 6296 88J Bunking House and lot 00 Other Heal Estntol 00 Mortgages 00 U B Bonds 00 Other Stocks dad Dnads 00- Speclo t 781 78raurroncy2W0 00 2840 78 Olearings 00 Othertoms tattled as Oash 00 Furniture and lrlxtures 1040 00 Fund to pny Taxes 00 Uurront Expenses LlJJl- iiQuarwr 412 83 Expenses quarter ending 64MarchGive description loca i tlon value and how loop owned all real estate except bonking house and lot It any owned longer than five 00years r 62183 78 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid itfin 000cashSurplus Fund 5 22 Undivided Profits 2042 S3 Uuo Depositors as fol lows viz Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paid 123740 52 s Deposits subject to chock on which Int Is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 00 Tlmo certificates of de + posits otf which Int 13 paid 15448 04 Savins Deposits on which Int is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 39189 4ft Duo National Banks 00 Duo State Banks and Bankers 00 Duo Trust Companies 00 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding 00 Dills roalscountcd 00 Unpaid dividends 00 Taxes duo sari unpaid 04 1 Capital Stock not paid 00 283188 78 SUPPLEMENTARY 5 Highest amount of Indebtedness of uny stockholder person com pany or firm Including Intho 11 ulllty of thecompany or firm the liability of tho Individual mem hers thereof directly or indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 por cent ot capital stock netually paid In and actual umouut i surplus of tho bank SSStt 00 1IIow Is Indebtedness stated Inubovo Item i secured Dy mortgage on Heat Bstato In Hreckenridgc county Ky worth double tee amount of the loon above all other euc mbrances 9 Suo Sotf 583 Kentucky Statutes U lull tost amount of Indebtedm sso I any director or ofUcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of UanK 00 bee Sec 533 Kontucny Statutes Ho W Is same secured A DOGS amount of Indebtcdnoss of say person company or rtrm In clud nit in the liability of the cOIJJpanyor firm the liability thoHndlrldual members there exceed SO per cent of paid Icapital and actual surplus ofJJ i ednoss amount of such I i Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of set profits of the hoax for tho period covered by the dividend tcarried to the surplus toad her foro said dividend was declared 800 SccOO KcnlucKy Statutes 00 State of Kentucky lL County of JlreckenrldRO rSs Marlon Weatherholt Cashier of Dank of Cloveryort a Dank located sari doing busi ness at No Wall street In tho City of Clo evet ort Ky In said county belay duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all re spects a true statement ot the condition of thosald Bank at the class of business ou the 29th day of Juno 1907 to the best of his knowl tbelbusiness of said the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In c mpllunce with un oftlclal settee received from the Sec retary of State designating tho 29th day Of Juno lOOT as the day on which such report shall be made MARION WEATHEBOOLT Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mobY 3farlonly0atherholtCuehor tho20thdayof Juno lOOT Chas ji8klllmn CountyMy i John A Barry A A Simons R L Oolzo Directors llUKESrMiss Judelle Alsip returned to r home at Hawesvllle Thursday after taw days visit with Miss Jessie Whqat toyh j j Mrs Eula Milburn and baby Ray 1 IIw mood Harold and Miss Tula Lamb of r Patosville spent Thursday with Mrs I 11IIIrI II NewburySeveral J to the Tar Springs Sunday 1 Master Hillary Cabal is sick at this writing Thousands ot people are dally suffers ing with kidney and bladder troubles it I dangerous ailments that should be checked promptly DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills are the best remedy for backache weak kidneys inflam mation of the bladder Their action is prompt and sure A weeds treatment for 25c Sold by all druggists Three Bands ROUNDS IMPERIALLadies JEFFRIESaTHIRD REGIMENT Two Mate Quartets Readers Etc Wonderful Trained AnlDtalsna Write Wl F Mayloll Superintendent Owensboro Ky for r34 y Page Program s LW II vt l a D rMaapwsr y H ++ n M fry f+ s