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Y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT fVOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1907 8 Pates NO 52 r NEW WHEAT l IS PUT ON- MARKET i 88 Cents Highest Paid in County For New Crop Several crops of new wheat have already been put on the market In thisI county though the biggest portion oiI A the grain has not yet been threshed k The prices reported paid for the dif fl ferent crops vary considerably in som instances as much as five cents Messrs- IJ English and Alexander of Roberts i Bottom sold their crops to the Cadick j Milling Co at Grandview at 88 cents The Irvington Milling to has bought i 300 bushels at 87 cents and a quan tity has been bought by Jeff Hook of the Hardinsburg Milling Co at 84 cents Deickman Bros at Stephenaport have purchased jOO bushels at 83 cents CHURCH OF ftUNITED BRETIIRE- Ht r At Tar Springs Taken Over B Methodists The church of the United Brethren which has just been built at the Tar Springs by the little nand of followersI of that faith has been taken over by the Methodist church The followers 1 of the United Brethren faith living a Tar Springs though small in numbers layr 3church on a firm foundation However i the task was too much for them and it wns found advisable to turn it into a Methodist church Rev B M Currie of this city and Mr W T Hal liday proprietor of the Tar Springs have assumed the indebtedness against the church and religious services will be conducted in the building every Suu bay afternoon by the Rev Currie GUSTON Mr and Mrs A B Marshall and little son Alton went to Louisville Sunday on business Mr and Mrs Chas Beavers of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Osborne i Mrs Laura Legrand of Rosetta was the guest of Mrs Fannie Durbin a few days last week The ice cream supper that was given by the ladles of Guston Saturday night for the benefit of the streets was largel attendedThere will be a picnic given July 20 r r by the Guston lodge A good band willI furnish the music F Mr Rollins and children went to Cannelton Ind the Fourth to visitt relatives Quitea number from here attended fHardinsburgfEkronTs the r guest of his sister Mrs E C Richard i son ti STEPHENSPORT i j STEPHENSPORT KY i Rev Lewis filled his appointment l ahere Sunday We are delighted to phear him again and to know that his l health is improving Mr and Mrs T G Connor of Can t ton Ohio are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs E T Connor uf Mrs Meadows and children of V Hardinsburg were guests of her parents Rev and Mrs Roberts last week Mr and Mrs S C Connor left Sun I day for Owensboro where they will1 make their home Mrs G W Hudson of Hawesville spent the day with Mrs Pike Conn Fri bdayb Stewart and Miss Lummie Bas ham were married the Fourth at the home of her sisters Mrs Ohas Tinius Rev Roberts performed the marriage ceremony Mrs Hensley of Hardlnsburg is t- bgesis e of her sister Mrs B S SkiU J Schoop was in Louisville the 10 lI a31 u wr I m first of the week Mrs Ed Atkinson and babies are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Wright of Sebree Ky Miss Esther Payne spent a few days of last week in the country with Miss Mary Basham The remains of Mrs Ambrey Hickson were buried at Union Star Friday John Gardner left Sunday for Gar fieldMrs John McCoy spent a few days in Tell City last week the guest of Mrs A S StitesMiss Adair of Hawesville came up Friday to visit her father John Adair Mr and Mrs William Hanks grandchildren of Cloverport visited them l last week reIweekIHARDINSBURG eHAPPENINGS News Notes of Interest From Th County Seat HARDINSBURG KY Thurman Smith and Tom Cox o Louisville came down to spend the Fourth and visit relatives- E C Hatley left Friday for New hNwill make his permanent home Mr Hatley has been a citizen of this place andyopinion of all who knew him Godfrey Ball returned to Cincinnati 1hisMrs Anita Beard of Louisville ro turned home Friday after a two weeks visit to her grand parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard fewtdays last week Misses Ruth Miller and Druryof Irvington are visiting Mr and Mrs T j Hook Mrs M H Beard Is visiting Miss Jennie Green at the Falls ofRough Misses Lucy and Minnie Moredock have returned to Louisville after a visit of two weeks to Mr and Mrs George Evans Miss Fannie Lee Lacy of Hopkins ville is the guest of the Rev and Mrs E B English Miss Lina K Stith has returned home from a visit to her sister Mrs Statin at Bowling Green Mr and Mrs Jesse R Eskridge and daughter of Owensboro are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskd ridge Miss Reba Lewis of Cloverport is visiting Miss Isabelle Hendrick Misses Hannah and Judith Beard have returned home from a trip to the Mammoth Cave and a visit to their brother Dr Harold Beard at Liver moreMiss Linnie Haswell has returned toYspend the summer T J Moore spent Sunday at Glen deane the guest of friends Dan Burks of Addison was in town Monday Mrs Nathaniel Hook of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Gus D ShellII manThe song service at the M E church South Sunday evening was largely at tendedMr and Mrs W R Cummings of Falls of Rough were visitors at the Evans Hotel last week Dr Frank Hook of Cloverport i here on a professional visit Mrs Judith DeJarnette entertained Friday evenlngln honor of Miss Fanny Lee Lacy of Hopkinsville The camp meeting at Kingswood commenced Monday The Red Mens picnic given here the Fourth was a success in every way I Every thing went off smothly and there was not a disturbance on the ground The management conducted every thing well Fully 3500 people attend ed the picnic Columbus Davis has been operated upon for strangulated hernia by Dr John E Kincheloe He is recovering 000 t PAIR NOTFB Thelarge stable at the Fair Grounds will be completed this week It con tains 72 stalls and is the finest stable in the county The Grand Stand is about half completed Work upon the race track began today The track Is onehalf mile long k n m 4 t N FEAST FIT FOR THE GODS AND g GUESTS GALORE TO PAY IT HOMAGE 4 466 People of The Easton Community Gather Together at Birthday Anniversary on Last Sunday a Sumptuous Repast Was Spread and Withal a Gala Day Was Had The multitude that partook of dinner at the home of Mr John II Sanders of the Easton neighborhood on last Sunday did not rival numerically the multitude at the Sea of Galilee of biblical history but the seven loaves and fishes that satisfied the hunger of that vast assemblage would have failed of their purpose at Sundays gathering unless a like miracle were performed When it is stated that guests dropping in upon a neighbor to celebrate his birthday anniversary had eaten a 280 pound hog and several coops of promising young roosters gizzards and all besides diminishing the pantries thereabouts Breckenridge county would cer havingepast masters in the art of gastromony But when the number of people whose whettedappetites were appeased at the home of Mr Sanders is j iven no quailf All told there were 466 people that gathered around the festive board at the home of Mr Sanders on last Sunday fitlyeightheanniversary of his birth The big the DEATH DUE TO SENILITY Chas E Couty Succumbs At Age Of EightyThree Years Mr Charles B Conty one of the oldest citizens of the county died Saturday at the home of his son John Couty of the Skillman neighborhood at the age of eightythree years Death was due to infirmities Incldentto oldage Mr Couty was engaged many years I in stemming and putting up tobacco in various forms He gained considerable notoriety among tobacconists of the State several vears ago by discoveringI a process by which the funk is removed j from tobacco Mr Couty was n respected and substantial citizen TRIPLETS Born to Mrs Thomas Mason Formerly of This County Mattingly Ky July Oepeclal News has been recessed here of th birth of triplets to the wife of Mr Thomas Mason of Evansville Ind formerly of this county on June 28 Two of the infants are living ana en jjoying perfect health They weigh isix and onehalf pounds each Mr Mason is the son of James Maeon of Pisgah and his wife was formerl Miss Lula Newman of the same neigh borhood Interesting Heirloom Mrs John D Babbage of this city heirloosm handed down to her from her father the late Franklin Dittoof Meade county It is a colonial bod and the interest that attaches to it arises from its antiqueness and the rarety of such pieces of furni taro nowadays The bed has been iira the Ditto family nearly sixtj years and is remarkably preserved It is of solid walnut and makes a unique addition to the bedroom furniture Aside from its intrinsic value which is considerable Mrs Babbage greatly prizes it from the standpoint of an heirloom as is show- from the manner in which she has ha it retouched by Mr C G Schwarz the upholsterer WHEAT BELT SUFFERS FROM LACK OF HARVEST HANDS i Reports from over the country show that the only drawback to the wheat crop is the lack of hands in Kansas to harvest the grain A union of farm hands was formed but was broken up quickly when the farmers refused to pay the additional wage demanded ir7r uII little youngIncludingneighbor of the community were there to tender congratulations to their host to pass the good word with one another and to pay homage to the sumptuous feast It was probably the largest assemblage of people that ever gathered together in this section on a similar occasionThe began at 10 oclock in the forenoon and it was not until 4 in the afternoon that the last of the feasters left the table And it was hardly nec essary that the example of the disciples in gathering up the loaves and fishes at DrumIstiCkstons where once had been juic hog jowls and pastry dishes without the pastries were about all that marked the scene of six hours of gastronomic activi tyThe day was one that the people of the Easton community will store away in pleasant memorias and more especi ally will their thoughts revert to it as eachanniversary of Mr Sanders birthday draws near SEPARATING WHEAT FROM CHAFF Threshers Are Busy Turning Ou The Golden Cereal Wheat threshing is on in earnest iin the county this week every available thresher being put to work This iis not because the crop of wheat Is heavy for it Is just the reverse but because farmers are anxious to get the grain out of the field into the bins or what is better if the prices are satisfactoryInto the ready cash While the crop is light as has been stated the quality is far superior to an average MASONIC BANQUET AT HARDINSBURG Was Swell AffairMirth And Good Fellowship Dished Out In Large Chunks- EARDINSBURG KY Western Star Chapter No 20 gave atethe Commercial hotel Mr T J Moore presided as toast master an toasts were responded to by several members and addresses made by others Those present were H B Head C L Bruington A McC Meador J W RoyyE Moorman Andrew Driskell Rev Isaiah Cline W S Ball Robert Weatherford RM Davis EF Lyons- S A Pate C M Payne Dr E F Day Jesse Whltworth Dr J E Kincheloe A C Hatley Wm G Haswell H M Beard I B Richard son Joel H Pile Paul Compton H DeH Moorman B T Ball A T Beard Luke B Reeves T J Moore John M Skillman Rev E B English G D Shellman Jno P Haswell Jr T S Kincheloe and W A Skillman The banquet was a very enjoyable occasion and good fellowship prevailed The Masons are under obligations to Mr and Mrs Geo W Evans Mrs L B Reeves Mrs M H Beard and Mrs Blanche E Read for courtesies extend ed BEWLEYVILLEd BEWLEYVILLE KY Mrs Dave Moorman and daughter Mildred of Glendeane are the guests of Mr and Mrs F P Hardaway Miss Carrie D Frakes Is visiting her uncle C H Drury Frank Stith of Louisville was the guest of Pierce Hardaway Saturday and Sunday Miss Beulah Payne leaves tomorrow to take charge of her school near Custer Ben Clarkson and mother of Big Spring attended church here Sunday 7 ldinnefJ1 dinnerMrs j Abel Gillingwaters is still con fined to her bed Mrs T J Triplett was called to thei bedside of her mother who Is very ill Tom Cain and wife of Michigan are with their grand parents Mr and Mrs IT J Jolly for an indefinite visit Miss Bevie Cain of Glasgow and Miss Florence of Louisville are visitI ing their brother Roy Our pastor succeeded in organizing an Epworth League at the church Sun day night and R J Cain was elected PresidentMoorman Hardaway of Washburn N D is at home for an indefinite visit to his parents Hurlbut Cain and Mrs Leah Pate have returned from Bowling Green where they have been attending school Miss Ina McCoy will take charge ofr her school at Bethel Monday IRVINGTONINTELLIGENCE Complete Chronicle of Doings ofi Newsy Naturem IRVINGTON Ky Mr and Mrs Edgar Lewis and children have returned Bradforsville after being the guest of his sister Mrs Kate Bennet at Basin Springs Mrs L E Henderson and son Harold after spending a few days at Indian apolis Indiana visiting her sister Mrs SS SundayMissis visiting Dr and Mrs P E Dempster for several days Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville spent Oatk Miss Julia Greenwood has returned I from Brandenburg where she went to t visit her cousin MissWoeland Mrs Scott Brown and sister Miss I Mary Brown have returned from a teni days visit to relatives and friends at HardinsburgMiss Tydings left for Louisville Friday after being the guest of Miss Ellen Munford for several days Rev E W Graves filled his regularII appointment at the Presbyterian church last Sunday preaching two excellent j sermons which were very instructive J and helpful I Mr and Mrs H H Kemper and sister Miss Ola May Clarkson and DrI A M Hardaway spent two days iinJJ Louisville last week Mrs N B Netherton and daughter Anna Louise have returned from Leitch field where they were visiting relative- Mr and Mrs F H McGhee were 1 host and hostess to a dinner last Sunday given for Mr and Mrs Tom DittoII of Brandenburg and Mrs Crete Henley s of Hardinsburg Miss Marie Scholts accompanied byJJ her mother spent Monday here in the Whiale hero they were the guests of Mr andII Mrs W J Piggot atdd children of Louisville will arrive th week for a short visit to Mrs parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Mrs Bell Baueare arrived last Monday from St Louis for an indefiniter visit to her old friends and relativesII Miss Alma St Claire of Hardinsburg is the guest of her cousin Miss Mablejj Bandy for some time Miss Ola May Clarkson returned I to Big Springs Sunday after a ten days visit to her sister Mrs Harry H Kem perMrs I T R Blythe and children le J last Fridayfor Cloverport for a visit I relatives Misses Ruth Miller and Willa Drury are visitors of Mr and Mrs Gus ShelI man for several days j Mr and Mrs Lawrence Speaks spent a few days of last week in Louisville i visiting i Mr Luther Suter of Indianapolis Indiana and brother Jessie Suter f Owenton Ky were the guests of Mr Leonard Giles at the Lyons House last week for a few days Mrs G N Lyddan and baby left Monday for a months visit to Elizabeth town and Bowling Green Mrs G B Gardner returned Monday from Chenault after spending ten days the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham Mrs G E Leffer of Owensboro visitingherRegular services will be held at Baptist church at Irvington Sue morning and evening The Rev Curry Weaver of Louisville will conduct the services SUGGESTS TOBACCOWAREHOUSE For Cloverport Owned and Controlled By Farmers That a tobacco warehouse built in Cloverport by the farmers and a local market for the weed established would be the biggest boom that could come to the tobacco growers of this section is the opinion expressed by Mr John H Phelon the wellknown tobacconist of this city Mr Phelon in speaking of the matter to The News outlined the plan as sug geared by him as follows That the far ers build warehouse of sufficient di ansions to house comfortably any quantity of tobacco employ on a salary an expert rehandler to sort the various types and otherwise get it into the proper and most advantageous condition for selling A local market could easily be established as buyers would come here when informed of an opportunity to make a purchase Mr Phelon is confident that a big local market could be established in Cloverport resulting in higher prices to the farmers and better general satisfaction In substantiation of his last theory Mr Phelon says that he never enters his tobacco upon the breaks in Louisville but that he sells direct to buyers who come to his warehouse Only last week he disposed of eightytwo hogsheads of the weed to a representative of an English firm at prices ahead of what is realized on the breaks Married at Cannelton Cannelton Ind July 3Special- A very beautiful private wedding was solemnized today at high noon at the home of the officiating minister Rev G B Walls The bride Miss Hettie M Anspath is the youngest daughter- of Mr Adam Auspath a prominent merchant of Rome Ind The groom Mr Eugene Gilliland is Director of Manual Training in the public schools- of Nashville Tenn Mils Liuuie Brashear of Hurdin Grove lad and a cousin of the groom Ansgachsbrother of the bride was groomsman The bride and groom left immediately after the ceremony for Washington City Atlantic City and Jamestown Mr and Mrs Gilliland will be at home to their friends at 721 North Fourth street Nashville Tenn after August VO Irvington Epworth League Meeting Too late for last week isThe Epworth League meeting con eaducted by Mrs Piggott on Sunday evening occupied an hour and a half andwas both interesting and profitable The program had been carefully planed and the young people carried it out most creditably The mission study for the month was along rather a new line It dealt with the fruits of Missionary labors and was most encourag ing to those who know the fields and love the cause and most enlightening to those who are indifferent and uninforov theftevangelizationtosince proportion of money p nt by each denomination toward world evangelization The Morariana head the list with every sixtysix mem bers supporting one missionary The Southern Methodists are second to last it taking seven thousand and a half of this denomination to support one mis thefthousand and a half to support one missionaryWhen church of God practices titheing all this will be changed Miss Clare Jolly gave a full and clear report of the delightful Cloverport Conference Edwin Jolly will lead the devotional meeting on next Sabbath the subject is Christion Citizenship Visitors are cordially invited to these meetings The hour Is seven oclock Special Weektad Excursion Fares 115dayx trip tickets will be sold at rtdacedtateM to local points good to return Stwy 3 w tp THE LION AND I THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN 4 Story of American Lift Novelized From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 DY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY ino thought of John Burkett Ryder I All he remembered now Ryder was the man who had recommended the investment In Alaskan stock Of course Why did he not think of it before Ho recollected that at the time ho had been puzzled at receiving so much stock and he had mentioned It to Ryder adding that the secretary had told him It was customary Oh why had he not kept the secretarys letter But Ryder would certainly remembe- rIt He probably still had his two let ters In which he spoke of making the Investment If those letters could be produced at the congressional inquiry they would clear him at once so losing no time and filled with renewed hope he wrote to the Colossus a strong manly letter which would have melted an Iceberg urging Mr Ryder to come for ward now at this critical time and clear him of this abominable charge or In any case to kindly return the two letters ho must have in his pos session as they would go far to help hIm at the trial Three days passed and no reply from Ryder On the fourth came a polite but frigid from Mr Ryders private noteIl Mr Ryder had received Judge Ross mores letter and In reply begged to Btate that he had a vague recollection of some conversation with the judge In regard to investments but he did not think he had advised the purchase of any particular stock as that was something ho never did on principle oven with hIs most Intimate friends He had no wish to be held accountable in case of loss etc As to the lette which Judge Rossmore mentioned a having written to Mr Ryder in regard to having received more stock than he had bought of that Mr Ryder had no recollection whatever Judge Ross more was probably mistaken as to the Identity of his correspondent He re gretted he could not be of more service to Judge Rossmore and remained hl very obedient servant It was very evident that no help was to be looked for In that quarter There was even decided hostility In Ryders reply Could It be true that the finan cier was really behind these attack- upon i his character Was Itposslble tha I one man merely to make more money would deliberately ruin his fellow man whose hand he had grasped In friend ship He had been unwilling to believe It when his friend exJudge Stot- had pointed to Ryder as the author of nil his misfortunes but this unsym pathetic letter with Its falsehoods Its lies plainly written all over Its faceII was proof enough Yes there was now no doubt possible John Burket- Ryder I was his enemy and what nil enemy Many a man had committe- suiclde i when he hud Incurred the en hilly of the Colossus Judge Roasmore completely discouraged bowed his head to the Inevitable but he sent for ii his old friend exJudge Stott I I They were lifelong friends having become acquainted nearly thirty years ago at the law school at the time when both were young men about to enter on a public career Stott who was Rossmorefl Junior had begun as lawyer In New York and soon ncquire- a reputation In criminal practice Ho afterward became assistant L attorney anti later wlien a dIstrIctII tiirred In the city maglstraturo successful In securing the appointment On tie bench lie again net his oldh frlorul KoMHinniv and till two men once noire became closely Intimate The rivnfinr court hour however palled n a man of Judge Stotts soonII ous temperament and It was not long before he retied1 to take up once more I his criminal practice lie wine still a young man not yet fifty and full o I vigor and fight Ho had a blunt man ner hut his heart was In the righ- plaice mid ho luul a record as clean asI Ills close shaven face Ho was a har worker n brilliant speaker and one 0 the cleverest cross examiners at the bar Thin WUH the man to whom Judge Rossmore naturally turned for legal assistance Stott was out west when he first heard of the proceedings against his upothelife whom he kncvr so incensed him that ho was already hurrying back IU l Ills aid whoa the summons reached him Meantime n fresh and more serious JudgItossmoree bine to break the spirit of this man who had dared defy the power of organized capital Hardly had the news of the congroKHlonal Inquiry been made public than the financial world was startled by on extraordinary slump in Wall street There was nothing in the news of the day to Justify n decline but prices fell and tell The bears had It all their own way the big Interests hammered stocks nil along the line coppers especially being th object of attack The market close feverishly and the next day the same opening one knew where prices fell to nothing A stampede followed and before long 4t became a panic- Pandemonium reigned on the floor o itho Stock Exchange White faced dl Shoveled brokers shouted and struggles I b QTb I dens of theIr clients Big financial houses which stood to lose millions on a falling market rallied and by rush orders to buy attempted to stem the tide but all to no purpose One firm after another went by the board unable to weather the tempest until Just before closing time the stock ticker announced the failure of the Great Northwestern Mining company The drive In the market had been prInci- pally directed against its securities and after vainly endeavoring to check the bear raid It had been compelled to declare Itself bankrupt It was heav- Ily involved assets nil stock almost worthless It was probable that the creditors would not see 10 cents on the dollar Thousands were ruined and Judge Rossmoro among them All the savings of a lifetimenearly 55000 penalless most He still owned his house In Madison avenue but that would have Bythewould only remain enough for a mod oflas this accusation was banging over his head and if he were impeached It would atop altogether The salary therefore was not to be counted on They must manage as best they could and live more cheaply taking a small house somewhere in the outskirts of the city where he could prepare his case quietly without attracting atten 104Tthingrtosrelieve his friend by taking on his own hands all the arrangements of the sale of the house and furniture which of far the Judge accepted only too gladly Meantime Mrs Rossmore went to Long Island to see what could be bad Wad she found at the little village of looksng fora commodious neatly furnlsh d two story cottage nt a modest rental Of course it was nothing like what they had been accustomed to out it was clean and comfortable and tactlessally long Instant possession was to be had so a was paid on tho spot and a few daysl later the Rossmorea left their mansion thoutr residence In Massapequa where theu advent created quite a fluster in local1 social circles Stott was siren n room in the cot tugs so that he might be near at hand preparat defense and he cumo out wadnow The senate would not take action until It convened in December but there was n lot of work to be done and no time to be lost The evening following the day of their arrival they were sitting on the porch enjoying the cool evening air aft er dinner The Judge was smoking lIe was not a slave to the weed but ho enjoyed a quiet pipe after meals claim fug that It quieted his nerves and en Bednecessary to keep at bay mosquItoIa new only maid ohf the tier dishes Suddenly Stott who was pe ukedIradical daugh change in your affairs Judge Rossmore started By what penst thoughts p Shirleytvery by some payd curf being In full sympathy was exactly attuned to receive It Removing the pipe from his mouth the Judge replied Shirleys In Paris Poor girl I hadnt the heart to tell her She has no idea of whats happened I didnt want to spoil her holiday lIe was silent for a moment then conInot care for his wife to hear The truth is Stott I couldnt bear to have her return now I couldnt look my own daughter in the face A sound as of a great sob which he had been unable to control cut shor his speech His eyes filled with tears and he began to smoke furiously as i shamed of this display of emotion Stott blowing his nose with suspicious vigor replied soothingly You mustnt talk like that Every thug will comp out all right of course But I think you are wrong not to havoI told your daughter Her place is her at your side She ought to be told eve dondor I worse shell hear of It through tho newspapers lAb I never thought of that ex claimed tho Judge visibly perturbed at the suggestion about the newspapers demandt titsIt 9f trout Eos most assuredly I do answeredI Mrs Rossmore determinedly Thu 1 Judge wouldnt hear of it but I too the law into my own hands Ive ca bled for her You cabled for Shirley cried the Judge Incredulously He was so unac customed to seeing hla ailing vacillat ing wlfo do anything on her own initi ative and responsibility that it seemed impossible You cabled for Shirley he repeatedYes Mrs Rossmore trl umphantly and secretly pleased thati for once In her life she had asserted herself I cabled yesterday I sIm- ply couldnt bear It alone any longer What did you say inquired the judge apprehensively- I Just told her to come home at onceI Tomorrow we ought to get an answer Stott meantime had been figuring onI the time of Shirleys probable arrival It the cablegram had been received i Paris tho previous evening It wool I By the tray wlurcs your daughter t be too late to catch the French boa he North German Lloyd steamer was the next to leave and It touched n Cherbourg She would undoubtedly come on that In a week at most she would be here Then It became a que tion as to who should go to meet heat the dock The Judge could not go that was certain It would be too much of an ordeal Mrs Rossmore dl not know the lower part of the clt well and had no experience In meet- Ing ocean steamships There was onl one way outwould Stott go 0 course he would and he would brlpiShirley back with hIm to Massapequa So during the next few days while Stott and the judge tolled their case which often r Rosemortseconded with sulky indifference b Eudoxia was kept busy getting a roe I ready for her daughters arrival frorCounty Cork was an Irish lady with 1thick brogue and n husky temper She was amiable enough so long as things went to her satisfaction but wU they did not suit her she was a termagant She was neither beautiful n wsthe very clean Her usual condition was disheveled her face was nilI askew and when she dressed up she looked likE a valentine Her greatestt weakness was a propensity for smashl lug dishes and when reprimanded sho would threaten to take her traps andl skidoo This news of the arrival a daughter failed to fill her with en thusiasm Firstly It meant moreI work secondly she had not bargain ed for It When she took the place It was on the understanding that thet fatally consisted only of an elderly gentleman and his wife that there wasI practically no work good wages plenty to eat with the privilege of an even Ing out when she pleased Instead of this millennium she soon found Stott stalled ns a permanent guest and now a daughter was to be foisted on her No wonder hardworking girls were getting sick and tired of house workThat evening Stott and the judge came home earlier that usual and from their dejected appearance Mrs Rossmore divined bad news The Judge was painfully silent throughout the meal and Stott was unusually grave Finally the latter took her aside and broke It to her gently In spite of their efforts and the efforts of InquIrybaeljudge and a demand had already been made upon the senate for his Impeach mont They could do nothing now but fight It In the senate with all the in goIngthat right would prevail After din ner as they were sitting in silence on the porch each measuring the force of yethnd onetquiet country road The rider cametomelopetoconr tonts had started forward Ho tore It open It was n cablegram from Paris and road as follows today SHIRLEYe VIItHERE was greater activity In T the Rossmoro cottage at Mas sapequa than there bad been any day since the Judge and daybreak aIrival moro hall climbed tho stairs to see that everything was as It should be In the room whlcU had been prepared for fey TFwas not however wllhoul conIan hakd day My daughter will bo hero tomorrow Eudoxia A look expressive of both displeasure and astonishment marred the classic features of the hireling Putting her broom aside and placing her arms akimbo she exclaimed in an injured tone And Its a dayther youve got nowa henithere wasl Well with your kind permission replied Mrs Rossmore there will be three in future There is nothing 1 in the constitution of the United States that says we cant have a daughter without consulting our help is there The sarcasm of this reply did not es thd silence and a few minutes later wa discovered working with some show o enthusiasmThe was nervous and fidgety He made a pretense to read but it was plain to see that his mind was not on his book He kept leaving his chair to- go and look at the clock then ho would lay the volume aside and wan der from room to room like a lost soul His thoughts were on the dock at Ho bokenBy noon every little detail bad been attended to and there was nothing further to do but sit and walt for the arrival of Stott and Shirley They were to be expected any moment now The passengers had probably got ort the steamer by 11 oclock It would take at least two hours to get through MassapequaThe e porch counting the mlnrips and strain ing their cars to catch the first soundI of the train from New York- I hope Stott broke the news to her gently said the Judge- I wish we had gone to meet her ourselves sighed his wife The motmeat or two he puffed vigorously at ellst turbed mentally Then he sold butImsy herr that I am a disgraced man that I am corruptlon turnsdd criminalyShirley wont believe It sometimes 1 wokye parft of a dream but when morning comets s i still trueits still true Ho smoked on in silence Thou hap pening to look up he noticed that his elWife was weeping He laid his innill hersYdear dont make it hard seme ao trace of tears omwipingIIl her eyes lIlngItlien JudgeThats the least answered his wife orShes a fine handsome girl well edu nsrated and all the rest of it She ought matItel what state of mind Mrs Rossmore oftpractical things Hardly with her fathers disgrace thelwearily fwould have the courage to marry Jgirl whoso father was publicly dlS graced Both relapsed into another long siI lence each mentally reviewing the past and speculating on the future Suddenly Mrs Rossmore started Surely she could not be mistaken I No tho clanging of a locomotive bell was plainly audible The train was In From the direction of the station came people with parcels and hand bags and presently there was heard the welcome I sound of carriage wheels crunch lag over the stones A moment later they saw coming round the bend In the road a cab piled up with small baggage Here they arc Hero they are cried Mrs Rossmore Come E doxla she called to the servant whllo site herself hurried down to the gate The judge fully as agitated as he self only showing his emotion In different way remained on the porch pale and anxious The cab stopped at the curb and Stott alighted first helping out Mrs r u m Father father what have they done to your Blake Mrs Rossmores astonishment on seeing her slater was almost com ical Mllly sho exclaimed They embraced first and ex lainI eQeb r aftoritarir lsSf tsmriey gofout ah trSs Inkier mothers arms Wheres father was Shirleys first question Therehes comlngl The judge unable to restrain his Impatience longer ran down from the porch toward the gate Shirley with a cry of mingled grief and Joy precIp- Itated herself on his breast Father father she cried between her sobs what have they done to youThere EverythingaHer head lay on his shoulder and hoI stroked her hair with his hand unable to speak from pent up emotion Mrs Rossmore could not recover from her stupefaction on seeing her sister Mrs Blake explained that she had come chiefly for the benefit of tho voyage and announced her Intention of returning on the same steamer So you see I shall bother you only saiddyoau wish rejoined Mrs Rossmore Hap tp11y we have just one bedroom left Then turning to Eudoxia who W5 l wrestling with the baggage wUlc formed a miniature Matterhorn on the sidewalk she gave instructions Eudoxia youll take this ladys bag gage to the small bedroom adjoining Miss Shirleys She is going to stop with us for a few days Taken completely aback at the news of this new addition Eudoxia looked at first defiance She seemed on the point of handing in her resignation there and then But evidently she thought better of it for taking a cue from Mrs Rossmore she asked in the sarcastic manner of her mistress Four is it now mm I suppose tin constltootlon of tho United States al lows a family to be as big as one likes to make it Its hard on us girls but If its the law its all right mm Tin more the merrier With which broad side sho hung the bags all over herself and staggered off to the house Stott explained that the larger pieces and the trunks would come later by express Mrs Rossmore took him acido while Mrs Blake Joined Shirley and thejudgeDid tell Shirley asked Di Rossmore How did she tako it She knows everything answered Stott and takes it very sensibly We shall find her of great moral assistance In our coming fight in the senate be addedconfidently Realizing that the judge would llko to be left alone with Shirley Mrs Rossmore Invited Mrs Blake to go up- staIrs and see the room she would have while Stott said he would be glad of a wnshup When they had gone Shirley sidled up to her father 1 in her old familiar way Ive just been longing to see you father sho said She turned to get a good look at him and noticing the lines of care which had deepened dur- Ing her absence she cried Why how youve changedI I can scarcely be lieve its you Say something Let me bear the sound of your voice father The judge tried to smile Why my dear girl I Shirley throw her arms round his heckAh yes now I know its you she criedOf course It Is Shirley my dear girl Of course It Is Who else would it beYes but It isnt the same insisted Shirley There Is no ring to your voice It sounds hollow and empty like an echo And this place she added dolefully this awful place She glanced around at the cracked ceilings the cheaply papered walls the shabby furniture and her heart sank as she realized the extent of their mIs- fortune She had come back prepared for the worst to help win the fight for her fathers honor but to have to struggle against sordid poverty as wellh to endure that humiliation In addition to disgrace nh that was something changeId color and her voice faltered Her father had been closely watching forup just such signs and ho read her thoughts Its the best we can afford Shirley ho said quietly The blow has been overythlnuYou shall judge for yourself Mien miss have done for me at last sageago to them Yes dear you shall know eve thing but not now You are tired after your journey Tomorrow sometime Stott and I will explain everything Very well father as you wish said Shirley gently After all sho added In an effort to appear cheers what matter where we live so long as we have each other She drew away to hide her tears and left the room on pretense of Inspecting tho house She looked into the dining room and kitchen and opened the cupboards and when she returned the were no visible signs of trouble in be ar faceIts a cute little house isnt it she said Ive always wanted a little place like this all to ourselves Oh i you only know how tired I am of New York and its great ugly houses It retinue of servants and its domesticofand social responsibilities We sba bo able to live for ourselves now e atherfShe spoke with a forced gayety that might have deceived any ono but 0tjudge He understood tho motive her sudden change In manner an silently ho blessed her for making his burden lighter Yes dear its not bad he said Theres not much room though Theres1 quite enough she Insisted Let me see She began to count o her fingers Upstairs three rooms and above that three more- S fce7 TSibniBa fielidge Hea ceases the roof Of coarse she laughed how stu pid of me a nice gable roof a sloping toot that the rain tuns ort beautifully Ob I can see that this Is going to be awfully jollyjust like camping outYYou know how I love camping out And you have a piano too t Sue went over to the corner where stood ono of those homely instruments which hardly deserve to be dignified by the name piano with a cheap gaudily painted case outside and a tin pan effect Inside and which are Usual ly to be found in the poorer class of country boarding houses Shirley sat down and ran her fingers over the keys determined to like overythIngII Its a little old was her comment but I like these zither effects Its JJust like the sixteenth century spinet I can see you and mother dancing a stately minuet she smiled Whats that about mother dancing demanded Mrs Rossmore who at that Instant entered the room Sidney arose and appealed to her Isnt It absurd mother when you anybodyhaccuse corrupt and of having forfeited the right to be Judge Isnt It still more absurd that we should be helpless and dejected and unhappy because we are on Long hr land Instead of Madison avenue Why should Manhattan Island be a happier spot than Long Island Why shouldnt we be happy anywhere We have each other and we do need each oth 4dayother now Father Is going to clear his name of this preposterous charge and weSmother Were not helpless Just because we are women Were going to work mother and I Rosamoreosomewhat scandalized Work repeated Shirley very de clslvely The Judge interfered He would not hear of It You work Shirley Why not My book ImposslblelII iIng well while I was abroad I shall shallrewrite too for the newspapers and magazines It will add to our Income Your book The American Octopus Is selling well Inquired the judge In terested ASo well replied Shirley that the publishers wrote me in Paris that the fourth edition was now on the press That means good royalties I shall soon be a fashionable author The publishers will be after me for more books and well have all the money we want Oh it is so delightful this novel sensation of a literary success 1 she exclaimed with glee Arent you proud of me dad The judge smiled Indulgently Of course be was glad and proud He al ways knew his Shirley was a clever girl But by what strange fatality h thought to himself had his daughtaJT In this book of hers assailed the very man who had encompassed his own ruin It seemed like the retribution of heaven Neither his daughter nor the financier was conscious of the fact that each was indirectly connected with the impeachment proceedings Ryder could not dream that Shirley Green the author of the book which flayed him so mercilessly was the daughter of the man he was trying to crush Shirley on the other hand was still unaware of the fact that It was Ryder who had lured her father to his ruin When at last she could lock herself in her room where no eye could see her Shirley threw herself down on the bed and burst into a torrent of tears She had kept up appearances as long as it was possible but now the reac tion had set in She gave way freely to her pent up feelings she felt that unless she could relieve herself In this way her heart would break She had been brave until now sho had been strong to bear everything and see everything but she could not keep It forever Stotts words to her on the dock had in part prepared her for the worst ho had told her what to expect at home but the realization was so much more vivid Then to have come to this all in the brief space ota few months It was Incredible terri ble heart rending And what of the saverimpeachmentpwhich she knew well would hurry bjba surerthat humiliation that degradation must be saved in the senate but how howShe dried her eyes and began to Wink Suroly her womans wit would find some way She thought of Jeffer son Would ho come to Massapequa It was hardly probable He would certainly learn of the change in their circumstances and his sense of dell cacy would paturally keep him away for some time oven if other onsldera Perhapsargirl ho would lIke as well and who Wall j not burdened with a tragedy In her J family Her tears began to flow afresh soiwen while there was work to be done to save her father She loved Jeffer sson Yes she had never felt so sure It as now Sho felt that It she had wouldUthrow herself in arms crying Take me Jefferson take me away r where you will for I love youlI love rout But Jefferson was not tbm fand the rickety chairs in tho tiny wdloom and the cheap prints on the walk seemed to gibe at her In her misery Suddenly she thought of JeffetfW promise to Interest hIs father in tF false and she clutched at the b this promise held out as a drowr aman clutches at a drifting straw terson would not forget his pc Sd lie would come toXsstp q Uw f i nn I I I Statement of Condition of 1 TheBankofHardinsburgTrustCo Hardinsbur 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 I Banking House and Lot 180000 r Other Real Estate 13679 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 Total 33721299 Liabilities Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus and Undivi ded Profits 691010 Amount due Deposi tors 28030289 Total 33721299 We ask your careful iinspection of the figures in this statement and call your attention to the very conserva tive valuation of each Item In our resources every dollar of which Is worth more than one hundred cents We call I 1your attention to the representative character of our directc rate Our resources are ample to handle the largest business lin this section of the State and we give the most careful consideration to small accounts No acccurt is too small for us to appreciate We are prepared to handle every kind of trust business act as guardian trUth e administrator assignee etc Very respectfully M H BEARD Cashier t IIt1H I tB1I111lJRli1f18fIiII1 y- Cloverport Foundry Machine Co I FoundryrI Machine Boiler Electrical I Tin Galvanized and Sheet Il Iron Work tYs I 1 Gasolene Boat Work a I Specialty Saw Mill Stationery Porta ble Traction Marine Steam Gas and Gasolene Engines A Full and Complete Stock of Plum bers Supplies Engine and Mill Supplies Beltings Pulleys HangersaGrate Bars Hose Pumps Injectors Tin Roofing Guttering Etc Satisfaction Guaranteed Estimates cheerfully furnished on ape I plication See or write us before buying elsewhere Cloverport Foundry and l ColCloverport Kentucky 1 ii 1 KentuckySchool of Telegraphy Opens Sept 2 1907Iinstructions in Telegraphy Typewriting andIit WITHthorough Equipmentperfect relays sounders and I keps used as on all telegraph lines t We give you a thorough telegraphic education and guarantee you aIC paying position direct from school Special rates to first twenty enrolling Write today for full information v I entucky School 0 of Telegraphy OwensboroKy t I a nrr t Jl fell Iior oT WIiuT Ge Lo3 done Silo was sure of that Perhaps after all there was where their hope lay Why had she not told her father at once It might have relieved his mind John Burkett Ryder the Colossus the man of unlimited power 1 He could save her father and he would And the more she thought about it the more cheerful and more hopeful she became and she started to dress quickly so that she might hurry down to tell he father the good news She was actually sorry now that she had said so many bard things of Mr Ryder in her book and she was worrying over the thought that her fathers case might be seriously prejudiced If the identity of the author were ever revealed when there came a knock at her door It was EudoxlaPlease miss will you come down to lunch Continued next week Cures Blood Poison CancerUlcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Med icine Free If you have offensive pimples or erup tions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands ski iitches and burns sore lips or gums r 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 all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all Malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially for nil obstinate cases Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists II To prove iit cures 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 HAGAN BEATS TAX COLLECTOR Ccurt Decides That Former Kentuckian Is Now Resident of New York Lexington Ky June 29In the clr tuft court here In the case of the ropy enue agents against James n Hagan Judge Parker decided that Hagan Is a resident of New York and not liable for taxes in Kentucky for the years 1899 to 1901 Suit was filed by Revenue Agent Alexander against Hagan some time ago for back taxes on G 500000 for five years the total amount- Ing to 155250 Hagans attorneys flied an Inventory of the estate as fol lows Household furniture and brica brac 30000 horses live stock maI chintzy and Improvements 155000I cash on hand and deposits in banks Kentucky and New York 2500000 stocks and bonds 2000000 other property 015000 j He Invented Giant Powder Akron 0 July 4Hlram J Ayers Inventor of giant powder Is dead here aged eightyfour years He manufactured giant powder here In the forties drying It on the roof of his workshop Ayers later Interested Eastern men and they manufactured the explosive extensively at OgdenII Utah and In California and othe points j I When you feel the need of a pill take 11 DeJVitta Little Early Riser Sma pill safe pill sure pill Easy to take I pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by All Druggists I I MILLIONS SAVEDI How the American Pcoplf Profit By flI Work of Patient Government Scientists MANY IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES through the Researches of the At tachet of the Agricultural Depart ment Vast Sums Are Saved to the People Yearly- Washington July 1Mlllinntl tit dollars in fact a sum so vast that I cannot now be estimatedhave bee saved to the American people by dis covet ies made by government sclen tilt during the fiscal year whit closed Sunday declared Secretar Wilson In speaking of the record o the department of agriculture for the year Time alone must develop the Importance to the world of the experiments being conducted every day b these men whose only reward Is iIn the passing fame attained In report ing valuable finds There would be money in many of these discoveries if the scientists were to patent them 1 their own names but In every case the people as a whole are the bene factors for the patents are dedicated to the government to be used by the United States or any of Its officers o employes In the prosecution of won for the United States or by any per son in the United States without the payment of royalty Secretary Wilson feels that the rec ognition by the government of these discoveries Is far too meager but he does not hesitate to give to the setan list this little help whenever he feelsI that It Is merited Whenever a valuable 1 discovery warranting Unite- tates 1I S patent is made by an employe of the department of agriculture thesecretary advances the salary of th employe as much as it Is possible to do under the law The patent Is takenI out In this country in the name of the dentist making the discovery and1I then dedicated to the United States itsre In a foreign country the scientist 1 isI authorized to receive the benefit but usually the patent is of a character designed to meet conditions in the United States and of little value else whereAmong the patents which have attracted national attention are in relation to the labeling of fresh meats that have passed government Inspection the use of feldspathlc rocks as fertilizers and the prevention of cor region of fence wire and rusting of iIron and steel generally Secretary Wilson estimated that the discovery of an Ink which may be used in stamp ing carcasses that have passed go ernment meat inspectors and whir will not stain spread or penetrate the meat will In Itself save the govern ment between 300000 and 1400000 next year and a proportionately larger gonv ernmentinspected meat increases ROUNDING THEM UP Service Has Been Obtained on Eleven of the Standard Ollera Plttsfleld Mass July 4After a search lasting nearly two weeks Iin which representatives of the United States marshals of Chicago New York and Boston have been en deavoring to lerve upon John D Rock teller head of the Standard Oil company a subpoena Issued by Judge Lan die of the ederal court of Chicago Mr Rockefeller was located In this city late yesterday afternoon and personal service made upon him by Dep uty United States Marshal Charles L Frink of North Adams After accept InK service Mr Rockefeller explained that he had not been endeavoring to dodge service but that he did not know exactly what was wanted of him Chicago July 4yNews of the subpoena service on Mr Rockefeller was received by District Attorney Siln last night The information cnme II- a in telegram from United States Mar shal Henkel of New York Including John D Rockefeller elev en witnesses have now been formally served with subpoenas and will be iIn Chicago Saturday to either answer or decline to answer Judge Landiss ques fleas Sixteen subpoenas were Issued In accordance with Judge Landiss directions i Two of the officials wanted H H Rogers a vice president of the Standard 011 Company of New Jersey and W H Tllford treasurer of the same corporation are In Eqropo and cannot be reached Another Fred A agenrat of the Chic ego k Alton railway left Los Angeles before being served but telegraphed that he would be in court SaturdayThis but two men to be servo ed William Rockefeller one of the New Jersey companys vice presidents and H R Payne vice president of the Union Tan Line company Since Marshal Hekel has sent his subpoe nas back to Chicago It Is not expected that service on these officials will be obtained for the Saturday hearing bert fore Judge Landls he will be asked to tell what he knows about the relation ship of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey to the Standard Oil Company of Indiana and also give details of the financial resources of the Indlf ana company Elifat fcaadlia at Rift hart Y- ssitrists Nit l L Sc Ltula IlIFtTIIID THE VAULT This Bank Teller Didnt Relieve In tLeavlnll Anything New York July 4A reward of 2600 has been offered for the capture of Chester B Runyan paying teller of the Windsor Trust company who It is charged walked out of the office with 96317 of the banks money In a suitcase The theft was not de tected until the next morning It had been executed with a boldness as startling as the deed itself was sur prising to those who had Intimately known and trusted the man Runyan had announced his intention of spending the day with his mother who he said was ill at Rochester He 1atmorning Though the paying tel othernemployes his vault was literally emp nickb apparently at 1230 andfleaving filled with money In the cage went out to lunch In fortyfive minutes he returned and picky up trace of his subsequent movements has been discovered merltnsamples 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 Dontkcommon error of treating symptoms only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nerves mean Stomach weakness always And the Heart and Kidneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves vitalIorgans is where Dr Shoops Re otherenerves Also for bloatingbilioaanees bad 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 Co PROSECUTION ORDERED Pennsylvanias Grafting Contractor Will Be Required to Answer Harrisburg Pa June 29The Capitol Investigation commission has completed the taking of testimony The commission will now prepare Its report to Governor Stuart and civil and criminal prosecutions will be instl fated by AttorneyGeneral Todd The report will set forth according to a member of the commission that there was evidence of collusion and lustonhPhiladelphia H Sanderson of Philadelphia con tractor for the capitol furnishings that- the contracts for the 9000000 fur nishings wore improperly let and no to the lowest bidders that the furnish ings were not purchased at the prevailing market prices as the law re quires that Inferior goods were sup plied not In accordance with the plans specified and that there Is evidence of shortages that the members of th building committee of the board of public grounds and buildings were negligent in their duties to the state anddcollusion that existed pad that there were cross overcharges and extrava tfaBcci In supplying the furnishings The Charniinf Womanii is not necessarily one of perfect form I an 1 features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those tare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that 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con tagious diseases The law further pro vides for exportation of women found to be leading Immoral lives within three years after their arrival The immigration officials are also empow ered to arrest those who harbor w men of this character and fixes a fine of 5000 and Imprisonment for five years In event of conviction for such offenses Bid sick headaches biliousness or constipation are quickly relieved by DeWitts Littlei I Early Risers jtaall pill sure pillcafe pillprompt aid pleasant to action Sold by all draught I attfr 5 A RcuRtaI Elys Cream BalmYrIt quickly absorbed Civet pellet et once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased membrane It cures Go tarrh sad drivespsway a Gold in the Head quickly He II AV PPVFstereo the Senses of Hit I b V gDrugists Ely Brothers 66 Warren Street New York JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks i Silverware Holloware Flatware Musical instruments and findings T C Lewis Son JJ Hardinsburg Ky F Stylishrr ComfortableTailor 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lID the system For positive local help use as will Shoopslight y SEVERS DRUG COs LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COtI- IRooRoRATxnr Past Malt and Passenger Line sbetween Louisville and Evans vllJe- Steamers Tarascon CitRy WedneedayLeave mTuesdayThrough freight rates and passenger shipmentsrail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville f15Clvorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 stockaGeneral Office 1M156r58 4th at Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS 6 F and PA SHltIIftplolIOI IHfpatsour atoasac- LpalpitatisaEflwwact Die+ stewlistyottt+ pi v r ii ifJoW 4 O 1 Wi TY ii r j j p t- y n t BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I UNO D BAHBAQE SONS PublUhlne CoIISubscription Price 100 a year or 115 if paid at the end of year CARDS OFTHANKBover flve lines charged at at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate ot 5 nu per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Examine the label on your paper If It Is sot correct please notltr us When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well a the new address EIGHT PAGES 1 WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1907 A GOOD SUGGESTION Farmers as other business men are ready at all times to hear suggestions that are offered for their welfare and es pecially at this time should the tobacco growers welcome any suggestion that tends to the advancement of their cause and in this connection we would refer to them for careful consideration an artic 1 le on the first page which contains what we think is u most valuable suggestion J looking to the advancement of the tobac co Interests of this and adjoining counties The article contains the views ofII Mr John H Phelon an expert tobacconist of this city and who has at all times shown himself to be a friend of the far mer That a tobacco warehouse built by the farmers and owned and con trolled by them with a view of estab lishing a local market for their product as a whole and through which better and more satisfactory prices may be commanded would give the farmer an advantage over his neighbor who 4 sells to the rehandler seems a foregone 1 conclusion The plan as outlined byII Mr Phelon should be considered well by tobacco growers to the end that they may be able to apply it practically and profitablyITherumors of strained diplomatic relations between the United States andI Japan followed by the announcement from Washington that the Atlantic fleetI consisting of sixteen battleships would be transferred to the Pacific waters has caused wild talk in this and other countries of a war between the two nations Official statements from Washington however deny that serious complications between the two powers have arisen While this is doubtless true it is never theless a fact that the Mikado covets the power conceded to Uncle Sam in the waters of the Pacific and also has his eye on certain valuable possessions of this country across the seas With the United States conqu red the power of Japan in Western waters would be su preme These laurels added to other victories in past years upon sea and land would doubtless spur the little fel lows to the task of subjugating the whole world Japan has somehow got the notion into her head that she can administer a whipping to Uncle Sam and thus realize her daydreams while Uncle Sam has got the notion that if she ever attempts it there wont be enough Japs left to conduct a steenth class laundry establishment or a thirdrate chili joint Ninety dollars are awaiting John D Rockefeller in the office of the United States District Attorney in Chicago as mileage allowed him for traveling from New York to appear as a witness in the Federal Court and the clerk is uneasy through fear that the oil magnate will not call for his check Better go out and hunt up Coal Oil Johnny he is either trying to figure out a way to col lect interest or has suddenly become a fit subject for a lunacy commission Anent the talk of a spat between Uncle Sam and the Mikados subjects a Japanese admiral is quoted as saying that the American naval officers are brilliant social figures but that when it came to fighting they would in all prob ability desert their ships Some more talk like this and there will be enough dead Japanese in the Pacific ocean to make walking good between San Fran cisco and Manila The busiest man in town these days is the loafer hunting the cool places Old Sol doesnt hardly let him get seated comfortably before he casts sunbeams yi upon him If there is one thing more than another that a chronic loafer dislikes a it is a sunbeam from Sol in the goodold summer time Mr Edison declares that the time is coming when the air will be used to fertilize the land If this applies to 1 1hotair some of the street corners in Cloverport should be rich enough to pro l 4Thisreal duce Cheer gold good is dollarsII L aliicampalsrni Give the farmer dollar wheat Wand you giving him only just compensation- for vested the amount of labor and capital in I I Giggling in church invariably reminds the observer of the animal that carried the Savior into Jerusalem We know the provocation is great but keep your shirt on brother Dollar wheat says the farmer Amen say we Barn Burning In Barren Between twentyfive and thirty barns have been burned within a radius of forty miles of Glasgow during the past four months The motive for the outrages is unknown I QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE FIRST STATE BANK- At the close of business on the 29th day of June 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts45781SI 00Overdrafts00 Duo from National Banks f8842 In Duo from State Banks 00andDuo from Trust Com panies 00 9542 0- 7BankingHouse and lot 4000 00 Other Heal Estatew00Mortgages r US Bonds 0- 0OthrStocksand Bands Ot Specie 1197 64 Currency 1 500 00 69184 Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Items curried as Cash 114 92 Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses Last Quarter Give description lo a tlon value and bow long owned all real estate except bunking house and lot If any owned longer than five yours 00 164 977 69 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In 00Cush2Burplus74704UndividedDue Depositors as fol lows vizDeposits subject to cheek on which Int Is not paid I 25123 5- 0Deposits subject to check on which Int is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 00 tIme certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 154P400 Saving Deposits on which Int Is paid 00 Certified Check 00 4061750 Due National Hanks 00 4 Duo State Banks and Bankers 1312 25 Duo Trust Companies 00 131225 Cashiers Checks outstanding 00 I mils rediscounted 00 Unpaid dividends Do Taxes duo and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid W 0497768 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount ot Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including Intho li blilty of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirect such Indebtedness exceeds 20per cent of capital stocK actpaid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank 00 now is Indebtedness stated Ina1xneIItem secured See Sec 583 Kentucuy Statutes Hlghtestamountofindebtednessofany of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock 00otSee Sec 583 KentucKy Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness ofIany person company or flrm In cluding In tho liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up surplusU edness 00 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 net profits ot the banK for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Sec 590 KentucKy Statutes State of Kentucky i iasCounty ot Dreckenr1dKII II II Kemper Cashier of the First State Flank a Hank located and doing business at No street In the town of Irvington In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects atrue state ment ol the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on tho 29th day of June 1907 to the best of his knowledge and belief Rnd further says that the business of said tank has been transacted at tile location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary ot State designating the 29th day of June 1907 all the day on which such report shall be made II II KEMPER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by II II temper Cashier the 2nd day of July 1907 T N McGlothlanTJ ItMy commission expires March 13 1910 W J Plcgott Jno R Wimp Alex Gray DirectorsI r9Axle Grease Helps the Wagon up the Hill The load seems lighterWagon- and team wear longerYou make more money and have more time to make money when wheels are greased wit- hMica Axle Grease The longest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in the world STANDARD OIL C- OIn Subscribe For the News Quarterly Report OF THE Custer Branch of The First State Bank- At the close of business on the 29th day of June 1907- RESOURCES Loans and discounts 3279 4 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured 00 Duo from NationalBanks f4D75 68 Due from State DanksEII3and Bankers 56 Due from Trust ComCOpanies 6839 2 Banking House and lot a Other Real Estate 0 Mortgages 00 00giSpecie 1134 40 Currency SOOO 00 4134 40 Exchange for Clearings CO Other Items carried as Cash 00 Furniture and Fixtures 450 01 Fund to 01 Current JxensetQu- arter 252 71 252 71 Give description loatlon value and how long owned all real bankinghouse owned longer than five years 00 114116 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In1u 00cashSurplus Jound- UndIvided 00 Profits S 68 00 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to chek on which Int is not paid 10012 41 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 00 Time certificates of deposits on which Int is paid 5874 51 Saving Deposits on which lot Is pall 00 Certified Checks 00 14886 2Due National Banks 00 Due State Banks and Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding pI Bills rediscounted == W Unpaid dividends 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid W 14055 82 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com panyor firm Inducing lnthe li blllty of the company or firm the liability of the individual mem bers thereof directly or Indirect ly if such Indebtedness exceeds cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank O0 How Is indebtedness stated lnabove item 1 secured m 00 See Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes lightest amountot Indebtedness of any director orofficer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stocl of Bung O- fSee Sec 583 KentucKY Statutes How Is same secured Oc Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding In the liability of tho company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed SO per sent of paid up 00If00A00Wereand taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the banK for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared See Sec 500 KentucKy Statutes 00 State of Ientucky i County of Breckcnrldge rf88 A1 Suter Cashier of the Ouster Brand doing ofCustersays the foregoing report is In all respects a sldUankknowledlteand location above report Is made In compliance with an otStateJQ07asbemade AD1007Gilbert OMyRoftAlex Directors That if you will do your part and do it well Cadicks Gold Dust Flour will do the rest Youll have bakestuffs fit for the food of the Gods too If you arent having good bread and pastry its probaly the fault of the flour Perhaps youve a 1 never used Cadicks Gold w Dust Flour If so its time you did Dont wait but order a sack no- wQrandview Cadick Milling Co Indiana 1 Closing Out SA I l r We are going to close out our immense stock f of General Merchandise at actual cost Mens and Boys Clothing Complete line f Shoe s All kinds of Dress Goods Calicoes Hosiery Shirts Underwear Notions Hats Caps Mattings Cutlery 1 Queensware Tinware Harness Farm Tools Hard ware of all kinds We also carry a general line of Groceries Our Paints are ofa superior qualityI1 1IBeautify your home with a fresh coat of itii I 1 AmesBuggies PAINTS 11 JiI and Runabouts IW f I hh- RM 1 1 JOLLY SONS rlsIrvington4 rll 111 J KodolFor ail eli 1 oFrank Hook- DENTIST I have located in Cloverport to do dental work and can be fqund at my office regularly Will receive patients in Dr F L Lightfoots office aP Subscribe For the News Entertained At Skillman Misses Lenora and Virginia Mc Gavock were the guests of honor at a supper party given at the home of their grandmother Mrs Irland at Skillman Sunday evening Among the guests were Mrs Leon McGavock and daugh ters Addle and Mary Mrs Forrest Lightfoot and daughter Jane Misses Susette Sawyer Blanche Baldwin Susie Newton Elizabeth Skillman Eloise Nolte and Frances Sawyer There Is more Catarrh lu this section of the country than any other disease put together and until the last taw years was supposed to bo Incurable For a great many years doc tors pronounced It a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pro nounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces rf the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address l F J Cheney It Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Fatally Pus for constipation FOR DYSPEPSIA t jDIGESTSjji1 i For lacucheWHk KldneJs trjDeWilli Kldmj tBlidta PillsSure anJSifirX- EfAKED CHUT AT orHIr IAMKATOXY OF b E C DeWITT Ie COMPANY CHICAGO ILL itp DrugglatsilI CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL a GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORSi i 1 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and carl furnish plans and estimates for buildings 1 t I Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our are reasonable 1square a Our best Ruberiod will last as long as the building J Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put inI Ilate improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and grow faster than in any other sat way Write for our free bcoklet N which tolls all about how to flank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part ot the State We pay 6 per cent Interest annually Our capital secures you r Are you doing y- ourEYES 1 Justice Now is the f tj11 time to have them tested free by an az expert at the Severs Drug Co y h- V 1 e fDuroc Jersey Hogs j and Fine Sheep for 1 IISale Southdowns and Shropshire Rams Get in ytheyr- yE Irvtigtar 4 P HARDAWAY P Ky i v v f y v iiv f Jv P jfe v Quarterly Report t r THELWO STATES BANK h dayi4iJ tll j I RESOURCES 1 ohs dud discounts l87709 89 verdrafts secured m 00- J Overdrafts unsecured 00 i l Duo from National 319319 f State flanks Bankers 500 00 11unt 89p1 Trust Coin 00 399319 u S tIjfKes 00 00 t 00llpccto598818ICxchanOther items carried as I hOItyre and Fixtures 155712- rndTO pay Taxes 00 f tJrent Epenses Las Quarter 00 1 f jf Current Expenses last i T six months E763 87636 Give description locaII Mlon value and how t Ii t JOUR owned all real estate except banking house and lot It any owned Ilonger than five years 00 1 f8O625 63 ii IL LLIAIHLITIES Capital Stock paid In cash Z 11500000 J81Sas Iitt v zt Iisits subject to clr on which Int Is not paid 31983 fI5 Deposits sublecbto Is1f 00 t Demand certificates of a deposits on which Int j 00jI posits on which mot Is lIL said 40107 61 Saving Deposits on which Int is pall 00 Certified Chicks 00 6209116 Duo National Banks 00 Duo State flanks and I I I 00Duo 00 t Cashiers Checks out- standingI 00- Bills rediscounted 00 C Unpaid dividends 00 j t Taxes duo and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid 00 1 IfO625 63- I P SUPPLEMENTARY bI j Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person com litllablllty of the Individual mem i hers thereof directlyor indirect ly It such indebtedness exceeds SO per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank None y Sow is Indebtedness stated InaboTe Item securedIt See Sec 583 Kentucwy Statutes tiightestamountofindebtednessott per cent of paid up capital stock of Bans None See Sec 583 Kentucuy Statutes How is same securedit- I Does amount of indebtedness of t any person company or firm In IJ r cluding in the liability of the of- fsaidthoindlvidualmembersI thereof I upINo arksItaltip E Instate amount of such indebt iloss l unt of last dividend T 600 00 1J re all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the banK for the period covered by tho dividend carried to tho surplus fund be fore said dividend was declared Yes jqs floe Sec 590 Kentucsy Statutes State of Kentucky i C County of Breckenrldge ffS8 StatesIb ness at No street In the town of Step ens tort Ky In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all re spects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on thn 29th day of June 1907 to the best of h s kpowl edge and belief and further says that the thelocation namedand not been elsewhere transacted and at that the above report In made Inc mpllance y with an official notice received from the See VVrotary of State deal aiding the 29th day of June 1907 I1t the day on which such report shall be made JOHN S ADAIR Cashier r Subscribed and sworn to before me by John S Aoalr Coshert the Ind day of July w F HOOK Clerk 18D7flyAndrew Crawford D 0 R A Sbellman R D Hamilton U W Payne Directors Farm For Sale l 82 34 acres lying on mllesisi Southeast of Cfoverport f fForparticulars address W L NOELLp J Cloverport Ky Ili BE SAFE WITHYOUR MONEY jjfeOpen an account with us and let us Rwre for it Cash is very slippery some rtiaies and requires systematic handling tTke safest way is to deposit it in a B pk and check it out as required We l tea CUeck Book ready for you Call 9 t l jKtedy h lANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPOtTXyit I Ji Tolls Pills After eating persons fa bilious hnbl will derive great benefit by taking on of these pills If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE and nervousness which follows recto the appetite and remove gloomy fci ings Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1907 PERSONALAND LOCAL jj- Jr P Ditzenbaugh spent the Fourth at FinleyMrs Kate Dltzenbach spent the Fourth in Finley Mr and Mrs Ike Meyer are home from the South w C Piercell of Baltimore is the guest of Father Brey Mr J D Gregory who has been ser iously ill is improved Mrs Walter Graham has returned home from Louisville Rev and Mrs B M Currie will visit in Tennessee this month MrsjDThompklns of Webster has been the guest of friends Mr W H Wendtkin has been ill at his home in the West End Fred Ferry moved into his own home the old parsonage last week Thomas Kendall of Memphis Tenn is here on a visit to J C Mills tIMrs Till Pauley and Mrs Hovius spent Thursday in Owensboro Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot spent a few days in Louisville last week Mrs Martin Bruns of Owensboro is expected soon to visit friends here Jno L Waggoner of Fayetteville Tenn is the guest of relatives Phelix Elder of Owensboro is the guest of his mother Mrs Chas Elder Miss Elsie Ford Gregory is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville this weekMalcolm E Wall of Oblong Ill is thegucst of his cousin Miss Minnie EmbryMiss Garret Phelps of Chicago is the guest of her nephew Mr David PhelpsJ Rice Owensboro was visiting relatives at his old home Tar Fork last week Mr and Mrs Chas Hammau spent Sunday in Cannelton the guests of Mr Albert Finn W J Krueger postmaster of Lake Ind was visiting his old frieud Geo Harrislast wee- kFATHER THOUGHT CHILD WOULD DIE Suffered with Cuban Itch and Sores Covered Body from Head to Foot Would Claw Himself and Cry All the Time Could Not Be Dressed Mother Advised to Try the Cuticura Remedies CURED BY CUTICURA AT EXPENSE OF 75c My little boy In the Spring of 1001 when sal an Infant of three months caught the tlsubbsn Itch from one of my neighbors babies Sores broke out from his head to the bot tom of his feet lie would Itch and claw himself and cry all the time He could not sleep day or nigh I had to wheel him In his carriage most nil the while to keep him still He could not bear tohave his cloth Ine touch him and only a light dress is all he could wear i speakInthe poor child had to endure I called one of our best doctors to treat him and herald he had the Cuban Itch and his treat ment did not do any good He seemed to get worse He suf fered so terrIbly that my husband said he believed he would have to die I had almost given up hope when a lady friend told me to try tile Cuticura Remedies She said she cured her little girls car which was nearly eaten up with the eczema I got a cake of Cuticura Soap and one box Cuticura Ointment and I washed him all over with the Cut cura Soap and the Cuticura Ointment and he at onceapplied a sleep and ho slept with ease for the first time since two months When he awoke I applied it again and It gave him much ease and aster three applications the sores began to dry up and improvement began to show and In a few days the hide from the bottom of his feet and inside of his hands began to peel off I only used one cake Cuti cura Soap and one box Cuticura Ointment to complete the cure of the dreadful alsease and In just two weeks from the day I commenced to use the Cuticura Remedies my baby was entirely well The treatment only cost me 76c and 1 would have gladly paid S10Q U I could not have it any cheaper I feel safe In saying that the Cuticura Remedies saved his life lie Is now a boy of live years and Is as well as any child you ever saw Mrs Zana Miller Union City R R No i Branch Co Mica May 17 1906 sMttrsu eMt wor1d ruernrlaeeeior Nnbe1ictIaouoertaerMadrry p aa atwrwl5ry up Bargains In glassware aud notions at the Big Store Mrand Mrs Clarence Keith of Elizabethtown are visiting Mr and Mrs John Keith Little Miss Frances Busam of Can nelton will arrive here soon to visit Mrs Harry White Boys straw hats 5c at Babbages the Big Store Mrs Martha A Elderof Lake Villiage Ark is making a visit to Mr Dick Car ter and other relatives Mrs Frances Sawyer has gone toI Hardinsburg to spend the summer with Mrs Alford Heston Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Miss Ruth spent the Fourth in Louisville the guests of friends Morrison Calhoon dentists offlc downstairs 205 Fourth street both ohones Owensboro Ky Mr Watt Spotts of DuQuqin 111 visited his slater Mrs Waldo Simons at Tobinsport Ind last week Misses Eva and Eliza May Inj Behen and Lawrence Murray were the guests of friends at Owensboro Sunday Miss Carrie Wagnerof Tennesseehas been the guest of Miss Mayme DeHaven They spent the Fourth at Hawesville Mr and Mrs J Byrne Severs were the guests of honor at a dinner given by Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman Sun day Mrs R C Mattingly of Mattingly returned Monday from a visit to her daughter Mrs McQuadv at Evans ville Misses Eva and Eliza May were enter tained in Louisville the Fourth by Mr Will Thompkins who was their guest last week Father Brey was in Central City Mon day serving in the capacity of sub deacon at the funeral of f Adam HunterProf and Mrs John P King and children are at Winona Lake Ind where they will summer before going to MarionMrs Whitehouse of West Point Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston of Hardinsburg were the guests of Mrs I H Wills Sunday Miss Eula Longest of Missouri who has been visiting Mrs Shelby Conard is now the guest of relatives at Lewis port She will return here for another visit before leaving Kentucky Misses Hanna apd Judith Beardwho have been visiting Mr Harold Beard at Livermore were the guests of Dr and Mrs Forrest Lightfoot enroute to their home at Hardinsburg Saturday Mrs Minuette and children of Owens boro have returned home after a visit to relatives Her daughter Little Miss Margaret who has been spending sev eral months with her aunt Miss Lydia Graham returned home too The pupils of the Presbyterian Sun day School were delightfully entertained at an out door party given at Oglesbys Grove the Fourth A repast of good things was served to them at the noon hour and sixty were in attendance Miss Linnie Carter who has been with me since early spring in the capac ity of hat trimmer has returned to her home at Campbellsville Miss Carter is an expert trimmer and is thoroughly acquainted with the business in every detail and regret that she could not be with me permanently Mrs R T Polk Henderson Route Notes Excursion to Louisville July 28 125 round trip on trains 112 and 116 Good to return same date Chatauqua Owensboro 155 round trip from Cloverport July 14 to August 15 inclusive good to return four days from date of sale but in no case later than August 16 Masonic Celebration Hardinsburg August 3w 100 round trip from on train no 112 Good to return same date All Must Fare Alike Chicago July iiWlth a view of showing in the courts that there is not a reasonable profit In passenger rates of two cents per mile the West ern railroads today agreed not to make a lower rate on any traffic Into from or through Illinois Iowa Mis souri Minnesota and Nebraska for ninety days One result of this agree ment will be the abolition on July 8 of reduced rates for clergymen dis abled solicitors and others who have been given charitable rates Troops FJre at Workmen St Petersburg July 5Seven work men were arrested In the town of Grosiiaya In the territory of Terek A mob thereupon made an attempt to release thorn and this led to Inter terence by troops who fired a volley into the crowd killing fivo and wound ing twelve Charged With Peonage Fayetteville N C July 5R W Bullard a welltodo farmer was ar raigned before U S commissioner Sutton charged with peonage in the case of a negro named Williams A J Hoyt assistant attorney general of the United States appeared for the government Bullard was bound over to the federal court in 1500 Williams failed to furnish 500 bond to appear u a witness and WM sent to Jail A Governor Endorses As a CatarrhJ Remedy i f tt8 I The Magnificent State Building of Wyoming rr I Responsible People PEOPLE occupying positions of high and trust are always very busy people They have little or no time to devote to side issues It is therefore very rare that such peo ple are willing to write testimonials for anythingThen there is a natural dim deuce In giving public endorsement to any commercial enterprise on the part of people who are much before the public Rare Endorsements- It is thus that it is very rare that pub lie officials lIko governors congress men consuls sentbrH etc give public endorsement to a proprietary medl cine It is therefore a great triumph that Peruna has the unqualified endorsement Of so many men in official posi tionScores of public officials of national reputation have enthusiastically de clared in favor of 1oruna in public print over and over again A Startling Fact There is no way to account for such a startling fact as this except that Peruna has extraordinary unusual Alter all people high meritjcHtuted very much CG Schwarz will leave in a few daysMiss Reba Lewis is the guest of Miss Isabelle Hendricks atHardinsburg- Miss Ruth Haynes gave a euchre party compliment to Mrs J Byrne Severs and Mrs Edwin Bell lof Mem phis Tenn yesterday morning Miss Lucile LaNeave arrived here from Tennessee last week to visit her grandmother Mrs English Her mother Mrs Ella LaNeave will visit here sometime in August For Farm Garden and Tobacco DISTRIBUTES ANY DRY POWDER PARIS GREEN TO PERFECTIONFOR BY McGlothlan Piggott IRVINGTON KY Agent for Breckcnridgc County Wanted TWENTY TO TWENTY FIVE CARPENTERS FOR BUILDING AND REPAIR FREIGHT CARS WAGES TWENTYFIVE CENTS PER HOUR TEN HOURS PER DAY ALSO OPPORTUNITY MAKING GOOD WAGES AT PIECE WORK NO TROUBLE STEADY WORK FOR CONPETENT MEND APPLY TO MT VERNON CAR MFG CO MT VER NOW ILL M to h of Wyoming I Pe=ru=na As An Excellent Tonic ca= hs r = I have such confidence I in prominent per fj sonal friend who have used and endorsed Peruna that I feeljustified in assum 1 ling that it is a valuable rem edy for catarrh and an ex I cellent general tonic 1 hfoytrWmtblBgtoa D C X Capitol FOR Natural Enthusiasm When person has been really helped in getting rid of some chronic malady after other things have failed it is quito natural for enthusiasm to lead people to make a statement of the fact For great services gratitude Is nat uralThis possIblypersons prominent in public diplomatic and social life give testimony for Peruna Actual Benefit Peruna promptly relieves This is the explanation Catarrh is a disease difficult to relieve- A great many of the doctors fail to relieve it Gratitude Results A few bottles of Peruna cure chronic malady of many years standing rind it is almost impossible to repress the natural feelings of gratitude which spring up Catarrh of Head and Throat Mr Joseph Reiss 3121 N 14th street St Louis Mo writes III had catarrh of tho head and throat but through tho use of five bottles of Peruna and two bottles of Manalin 1 was cured III think that Peruna is the best tonic that I have ever uued and 1 would ad vise all catarrhal sufferers to use Peruna MATTINGLY MATTINGLY KY Heber Hawkins has the measles Miss Nannie Ryan of Pisgah who has been visiting relatives at Tar Fork has returned home- V B Taul and wife have to Evansville to visit their children that reside there Jerry Rice and daughter Miss Winnie of Owensboro are visit ing relatives at Tar Fork Joe Weise and family consist ing of wife and six children are all ill with the measles MM Poline of Owensboro is here with her sister Mrs Joe Weise who is ill withmeales The steam grader and a force of radingthe Catarrhal Fever Mrs W K Good Broadway Ye writesWhen I was fifteen years old I had catarrhal lever and for nine years I have had catarrh of the head Through neglect it went to my throat and nose After consulting you I used Perunafor tour months as directed and I am entirely well and have my natural healthI praise Pernna too highly It will do all that it is recommended to do Peruna Relieves Catarrh Mr L Clifford Flgg Jr 2929 E Marshall St Richmond Va writes liAs soon as I get a cold I send for a bottle of Peruna and It soon drives it out of my system Despaired of Being Cured For several years I was not entirely well and despaired of over being cured as I had used numerous remedies that my friends advised I doctored for two years without any improvement A Last Resort liAs a last resort I tried Pernna and am pleased to say that in a short time I was completely cured- I have not been troubled for over a year 1 am pleased to endorse Ioruna as it saved me I i world of sufferlus Young Bookkeepers I Bookkeepers were never before so hard to find The unusual prosperity of all business enterprise is directly the cause Now is the time for young men to get into permanent and payinsr em ployment It takes only six or eight months to learn bookkeeping The time and the cost are trival when com pared to the results Full information can be had by writing to the Bowling Green Business University at Bowling Green Ky 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 servicable as white oak They are wanting ties and timber tracts near rail road or river Address them at Evansville Ind or F E Matheny Stephensport Ky m I IMEET ME AT NOLTES I I Real Summer is Here AND COOL GOODS I i iInevidence We have theIIkind to keep you- Comfortable ILawns Dimities Linens iI Fans Umbrellas Parasols Linen and Straw Hats Lace w2 Hosiery B V D and other thin Underwear V Vi I Get ready for the Masons Big Barbecue August 22 I J C Nolte t8l Bro Cloverport Ky 1ir k n pL v1 j+ Rp r I H cHratr rxrsi 11 JfL y fr c if 1 0 If VfcMMMdjr aye Kidaty Tcottble sad Doafc Know it How To Find Out Pill a bottle or common glass with your- tratar and let It stand twentyfour bourn a sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen It is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat i to Do I There is1 comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part Of the urinary passage It corrects inability passingItwine orbeer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the Mst Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery book sentiah nmPttoMDotot reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tb Ilame SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Blngbamton N Y I on eterr bottin A canton Ohio Druggist I was a miserable incurable it ap peared for years with stomach liver and some slight difficulty with kid ney trouble Treated by physicians used all patent medicines I heard or knew of No relief But suffered a Continual sinking and falling offin tesh until I was treated with Denn Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure- t wade a hill improvement at once Curtd me right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market St Canton 0- RHEUMATISMI h CJJRED IN 3 DAYS WITH DENNS SURE SAFE X SPEEDYCURE V THE DISCOVERER 10 YEARS ON CRUTCHES P V W3 CURID IN5 DAYS237J TAll DRlftUiTS Vi DENNS SSSC CO JX COLUMBUS O SSr IN UOTTLE8 OB IN PILLS 25II I SOLD AT ALL DRUGGISTS I Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky iE F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of HreckenrldKO and adjoining coun t er Bpeclu attention given to colectlons road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States Olstrlc Courts Office over Rank of Hardtnsbu- rgCOLUMBUS L HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nlaht Rates 1100 per day L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train learei Clorerpp 107 AM stops at Howard on risK only arrlreat Loutsv11Ie75AM- NoI15tailyMail anO JIrpreuleaveIOlo- nrport 939 At stops at all way stations arrfres Louisville 1215 p ro Train No 114 Dally Last mall leaves Clo verport 450 pm tops at all way stations out ot Cloverport except Mystic arrives at TxmUvllle 735 pm Train No 148 Dally except Saturday din verport accommodation arrives Cloverport Bits D m No 118 Express Saturday onlyI leaves Cloverport 848 p m arrives Louisville 1125 p m makes all stops except Addison Sam pie Mystic Lodlburg Webster LOOK Branch Bartles and Howard WEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Cloverport accommodattoc leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Evansville 900 a m Train No HI Dally fast mall and leaves Cloverport 1043 a m stops only at Hwesvllle Lewlsport Macoo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrIve St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 1 15 dally St Louis fast train leaves Ole verport 11 06LP M arrives Evansvlllel3S A M St Louts 1 40 A M stops at HawesvlUe Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only loaves Clo verport 925 a marrlves Evansville 12 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains US and 148 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND lelvIIsFordsvlUeamTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leave Fordsvlllu 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p aTrain No6 Sunday only FordsvlUoB a m Irvington B03 a m M WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves E45Im I arrives Fordsvllle 940 D m- GREAT Summer DiscounthOW on at DrauKhons PracticalBusiness Col loges Evansville and Paducah POSITIONS secured or money back May If prefer take lessons DY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost of board etc Write torcatalopeandSummer Discount Card BrICbOI Incorporated ITKENNEDYSCOUGH SYRUP F i t SYSTEMS CONTRASTED European State Owned Telephone Service Woefully Deficient Here the Talking Wire Is Operated a a Business Proposition Not Only II It Conducted Much More Efficient In America Than Abroad but Em ployees Are Better Paid and Bette Treated Here By WALTER W BURGESS- It Is my opinion eased upon a stud at first band that the state ownm telephone systems of Europe compared with the telephone systems of this country both as regards development and from a financial and service stand point are woefully deficient So ludl crous Is the comparison that It puts min mind of the American gentleman who when traveling In Asia Minor Insisted upon the similarity of the rivers In that country with the rivers in Ohio because there were salmon In bothI have been greatly Impressed with what I might term the telephone habit of the people In this country The vari ous telephone companies appear to make every effort to foster and develop still further this habit both by attrac tive schedules of rates graded so tunt they make provision for the most mod- erato user and by adopting Improve ments which will tend to make the use of the telephone more frequent Contrasting this with the stale of affairs In Europe take London for example It Is a common ml my own personal knowledge That nine months have elapsed between the date of the order being given and the actual Installing of the telephone In Germany there are two stated periods during the yetty In whichI telephonesI are Installed Should a person require a telephone Installed apart from either of these two set periods a special charge Is made In addition to this all intending subscribers must first ob tain written permission from their landlordsThe for long distance service In this country are much higher than in Europe but the service given which Is the real criterion Is corresponding ly much more satisfactory Although the rates In Europe are low you can not get service In continental Europe especially the toll lines are so limited that practically throughout the busy hours of the day up to late In the afternoon the lines are continually blocked This has led to the establish ing of what are termed urgent rates For instance It you require to communicate with a subscriber promptly by paying three times the amount of the ordinary rate your call takes prec edence over the ordinary message In Great Britain a toll line con only be held for a six minute period when the line must be relinquished a restric tion which only a government department would dare to enforce and which would not be tolerated by tbe business men of this country The contrast between the operators Is most marked I have been Impress ed with tbe Intelligence vim snap call It what you will of the American op erator When I consider the number of calls they handle their speed and accuracy seem to me little short of marvelous I was astonished at the length tbe companies go In looking after their physical welfare After looking through an exchange In Chica go I was shown over the operators retiring rooms I could not help con trasting tbe pleasant surroundings with those of an exchange I visited in Paris There the switchboard was In an extremely dirty condition and the switch room had evidently not been cleaned for days No retiring or lunch rooms were provided for the operators who apparently were doing just as they pleased Some were reading and some were Indulging In animated conversation the answering of calls being quite a secondary consideration In Berlin Stockholm and London the sur roundings were certainly much better but nothing to be compared with what II saw In Chicago and the operating was terribly slow I attribute this dif terence to the fact that whereas In America the operators position and ad vancement depend upon her ability In Europe the operators being n part of the civil service cannot be discharged and thus having obtained a position for life have no further incentive and rapidly absorb the well known Inertia it that department- As tar as my investigations go the telephone systems in this country are managed along commercial lines Rates are fixed with regard to the actual cost of giving service Improvements are adopted as soon as their efficiency has been demonstrated and a plant which owing to Improvements In the art has become obsolete Is at once discarded This Is far from being the case in Europe There the business Is conducted by methods that are neither practical nor commercial Considerations which are quite foreign to the business enter In Rates are fixed without regard to the factors which should govern them For Instance in Switzerland the same rate Is charged in Davos a city of 6000 Inhabitants as In Zurich with 150000 Inhabitants The tendency is also very great to oppose any improve neat or any change which tends to Role additional expenditure necessary Berlin is now just adopting the com bon battery system after operating for years with a cumbrous and old fash ioned grounded line magneto system t has been periodically announced that tho telephone system of Paris is to bo reconstructed on modem lines but each year there Is a new excuse and Paris Is still struggling along with a most miserable and hopelessly antiquated yatenF J I BRIEF DISPATCHES ATURDAY The strike of the New York garbage gatherers has been broken and the city la being cleaned up J Five Chinamen were killed when two Canadian Pacific railway express 1 trains were In collision near Kenora OntThe striking telegraphers say theyJ have enough money to take care ott the San Francisco troublo for several monthsBusiness failures In the United f States for the week number 160 against 165 last week and 146 In the like week of 1906 Mathias Jackson a negro charged with criminal assault was lynched after being taken from a deputy sher iff at Alexandria La It Is said that the whole or a por ion of the work on the Panama canal may yet be given out for construction J under private contractJJ MONDAY Three boys were drowned In the I Apple River near Somerset Wls t Francis Murphy the wellknown temperance lecturer Is dead at Los Angeles Cal The pope hai entered upon a weeks retreat during which he will hold no audiencesGeneral Lono the Spanish minister of war is dead General Lono received his last January 1HtJis dead ftj his home In Cincinnati after an l1optbetSinformation that there are 4000 Jap nl 2 lH Jle o awr ring p chance to slip into the United 8tate8 Miss Elizabeth Nye the famous sculptress known throughout Europe t and the United States is dead at Austin Tex of heart failure ydal cr 1 The Citizens bank of Eureka Springs Ark has suspended payment fKJngf Austria Francis Joseph are to meet 1atNine Italians two of them women have been indicted for murder in the 1 Lamana kidnapping at New Orleans Although order has been restored I at Lisbon the troops are still kept un der arms for fear of a renewal of the riotingThe observatory at Havana reports a severe earthquake about 931 miles i to the south The oscillations lasted ppward of an hour Nearly 7000 men employed on the streetcar lines and elevated roads of Chicago have received an advance in wages of from 7 to 10 per cent At the request of the governor of West Virginia Major James Burns U S A retired has been detailed for a period of four year with the organ- Ized militia of thin stateII 1 WEDNE8DAY J China has notified the powers of the opening of Manchuria to foreign trade The Lowell expedition to the Andes has succeeded In photographing canals of Mare The First National bank of Hicks rllle Ohio has been closed upon the report of an examination showing the bank to be Insolvent Corporal P J Green of the Elcv nth United States infantry was shot and killed at Holguin Cuba by a policeman while resisting arrest A tornado destroyed the town of Rochester Ted No one WAS killed but several wire hurt and may farm houses ware iiemojlibed The grand prlxfof We Automobile Club of France was won by Felice Nasxaro the Italian champion against a field of thirtyeight entries- THUMDAY 1 Rear Admiral Norman Von Held retch Farquhar U 8 N retired is deadFour men were killed and many Injured in an explosion In a dynamite factory at Muelheim Prussia A tornado which swept over west ern Wisconsin damaged several towns and two persons are reported killed James Stlllman denies that he con templates resigning the presidency of the National City bank of New York The weekly restday bill which pro vides that all employes have one day of rest In the seven baa been approved by the Italian chamber of deputies President Manuel Amador of the republic of Panama has arrived at New York on a six months vacation voted him by the legislative assembly of Panama FRIDAY The Cape Town assembly rejected i resolution In favor of womens suf rage by 66 votes to 24 At least ten persons are believed to have lost their lives In the tornado hat swept the western part of Will onslu Wednesday Martin J Sheridan of the Irish American Athletic club of New York won the allaround championship of tho Amateur Athletlo Union While celebrating the Fourth at Torkvllle N Y a number of Poles began fighting with the result that two of them are dead Mrs Laura Kendall aged fortyfour while suffering nervous strain aggra atod by noise of exploding giant trackers committed suicide at St Joseph Mo One motorman is dead another mO- torman la dying aad nearly a score of then persona were severely Injured in a ktlast = I = Ill rCUSTERf OUSTER KY recovorinlfromJohn Butler the postmaster SaturdaySherman CharleyAlexanderII nightMaster DigSpringuncle Walton Ritchie They winL SundayafternoonafternoonMr Bruner andwife after a weeks visit among friends returned to their home in Louis MondayLittle the nine months old baby of Doctor and Mrs Cora Board died Monday at noon Death was duo to brain fever A good many of our young people spent their Fourth in Hardins burg taking in the picnic viz Dr Raymond Meador Sherman Haynes Tom Olive and Marvin HarringtonA the banker in company vith his brother Jess who is visiting him spent theI Fourth in Louisville They will be accompanied home by another from Indianupolis who remain a few days to visit themMr Win Carter had his sister Nancye to come and make a long visit in Ouster thinking the change would be a benefit to her i she being an invalid for the pastii two years Since her coming to Custer however she has been confined to her bed and iis at present a very sick woman Mrs Bill Bennett of near Cus ter is quite ill Mrs Bennett is old lady and has been an invalid for a long time Bro McConnell had a telegram El Paso Texas the Fourth calling him immediately to the bedside of his son who had very recently gone there for his health The son hadconsump eion and tis doubtful if Bro McConnel reaches him before deathMrs Milburn of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Bennett of near Custer 1 he Fourth was very quietly spent here Hardinsburg having taken off all of our young people A Nappy Man Is Amos F King of Port Byron N Y 85 years of age since a sore on hIS leg which has troubled him the greater part of hit life bas been entirely healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve the worldsI great healer of Sore+ Burns Cuts Wounds and Piles Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 25c THE UNWRITTEN LAW Virginia Jury Wat Swayed by Thla Dangeroui Theory of Defense Houston Va July tAfter belpe out for thirtyflve minutes the Jury returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of exJudce William O Loving of Nelson manager of the Virginia estate of Thomas F Ryan who was placed on trial here Monday for the murder of Theodore Elite son of Sheriff M K Eaten of Nelson county Judge Loving shot and killed EstesI April 22 at Oak Ridge following a buggy ride the dead man bad taken with the judges daughter Miss Eliza beth Loving who told her father that her escort bad drugged and assaultedl her A Live Wire Every nerve is a live wire connecting some part of the body with the brain They arc so numerous that if you penetrate the skin with the point of a needle you will touch a nerve and receive a shockpain it is called Aches and pains come from a pressure strain or in jury to a nerve the more prom inent the nerve the greater the pain When the pain comes from a large nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves or the heart stomach sciatic or other prominent nerve branch To stop pain then you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do thisI uttered Intense pain caused by neuralgia I doctored and used van OILS medicines without getting relief until I began taking Dr Mllea AntiPain Pills They did me more rood than all the medicines I ever used They never fall to cure my headaches and their use never lea- veecrcnlAxafteraay bad 957 W 4th St Erie 1Sa DP Mlles AntlPaln Plllt are sold by your the drunltkwho will will benefit If that It falls he will return yur money M dose 25 cents Never Mid In butts MUM Medical Co EUdurt Id II = Ei I 0IJ The First Annual Meeting ef th- eBreckenridge County Fair will be held at Hardingsburg may Sept 3 07 A premium list ef nearly three tbcmsaad dollars eae el the best equipped gretuacs la Ole State a total lave ment of about 8566 guarantee one of the very greatest lairs ever held la Kentucky 1 W H BOWMKB President A B BKILUUN Cashier F L LIOBTTOOT VicePresident Crate BKILUIAN Asa OlUlhler The Old Reliable 1Organized1 tInsured in every way and protected by the very fj- latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solici- teddSssasseSsSSSISSIOUSseUmgssgsgeg j CltL1E +yJipf THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr a n t iW 4 j- i l tilG4 f 1 J The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city imktnic A 1200 rate Only one block from tbe principal BhopplDgidlstrlct and two blocks fromVV tbe principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all pars jot tbe city U IEnrtblng Is t la i Crc iy Pt 31filk1 First State Bank IRV1NGTON YZW J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP v c preslden4 1D H KEMPER i CashierIC Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicitedt Interest Paid on Time Deposits WHY WE LAUGH A Little Nonsense JVovj and Then Isl Relished byline Wisest Men Judges Quarterly 100 a 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H HUNGERFOKD Disk Pass Agent Louisville Ky J 0 BEAM JR Aest Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo 1tIJ u t LL rrrT + fiCtl + +e s Consumption is less deadly than it used to be Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment I Hope rest fresh air andScotts I EmulsionALL l BOo AND 8100 OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO u mu t JUDGMENT SUSTAINED t Damagestffi MFrankfort Ky June 29A damage I N Judgment of the Clark circuit court i awarding to Mrs Abrolla Marcum Jt 3 wIdow of Attorney James B Marcum J J who was assassinated at Jackson r Breathltt county and her children i f fSQOO to be recovered of Judge James argfs and Edward Callahan on the t ound that they had caused Marcum C 4 to be shot and killed has been upheld by the Kentucky court of appeals Hargls Wu the county judge and Cal I J lahan the sheriff of Breathitt county J when Marcum was assassinated while Undine in the courthouse door at t Sv c Itokson several years ago Curt Jett aKjhe ff In the state penlteatlary here jffwfy9 charged with having committed fVuithe crime as a result of feud trou ibleei 4t I tcmen the baby Is teething It is cross I laud restless it becomes feeverish and Sl in many cases vomits a great deal and 1 1oftentimes cannot even keep cool water t ton the stomach AU the delicate little organs of the stomach are affected bringing on colic and diarrhoea Cas I casweet for babies andchildren makes Line stomach right and allays inflimma Lion and prevents Irritation Cases Jr54 sweet makes the baby happy and well 0Sold by all druggists VrM tpBig Cattleman Indicted Mont July IJohn T 1HeleanI cattleman In Montana and I plantation owner In Florida has been t I grandt4 V 240 acres of public land situated In p Yellowstone and Fergus counties He- Ws arrested and Is out on bond Ir aBig Meeting of Turners ant nual turnfest of the Indiana district of the North American Turnerbund Is In progess here with over 3000 visitors t and 500 athletes from the states of i ckyJtttrka Drowned In the Ohio River Tilton KY June 29Ralph the TaylorKit drowned while bathing In the S river with a boy companion A Sharp Political Contest Rome July 2A sharp contest between the ClerlcoConservatlves andS the Socialists marked the municipal elections the latter winning c is Bile Poisonhas a very bad effect on your syst- emr It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with t all Its tearful Ills Thedfords u 4 BlackDraught J r et a bland tonic Uver regulator and cod purifier It gets rid of the poisons caused t by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills fever Jaundice nervousness ffandIrritability melancholia and all J Geo sickness due to disordered liver 1 orest It Is not a cathartic but a gentle Diiia herbal liver medicine which eases f without irritating Price 25c at all Druggists t A Few of the Lecturers l GOV FOLK DR GRAY GOO STUART SPURGEON of England i PRES EVERETT CAPT IIIOBSON AS of E OPIE READ 1BISHOP GALLOWAY FATHER VAUGHN 3 r PainUville Ky July 4 While 11s toning to the arguments In a case in the Prestonburg courthouse yesterday Toe FitzpatrIck It Is alleged walked up behind Andy Coburn and shot him three times In the back killing him Coburn was sitting near the bar and knew nothing of the mans movements until he was shot During the panic which ensued FitzpatrIck and a crowd of relatives quietly left the courtroom and went home No attempt was made to arrest him Coburn was lately indicted upon a charge of killing a cousin of Fitzpatrick and the caso was set for hearing this term A cleansing clean cooling soothing healing household remedy is DeWittsI Carbolizad Witch Hazel Salve For burns cuts scratches bruises insect unequaledGoodGet DeWitts It is the beet Sold ball druggists RACING PLANT SOLD Dcuglas Park Taken Over by State of Kentucky Louisville Ky Jury 1Douglas Park the racing plant equipped and put into commission last year as a western jockey club course following the formation of the American Turf association has been sold to the Ken tucky state board of agriculture for 290000 The plant will hereafter be the home of the Kentucky state fair association The plant was sold by Louis A Cella of St Louis No In formation could be had as to whether the racing dates allotted for this year to the Western Jockey club would be raced at Douglas Park or not but in view of the truce recently brought about between that organization and the American Turf association it is thought probable that the dates will be filled at Churchill Downs THE TEX4S WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail fo 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street I St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials An Alleged Conspiracy Boise Idaho July IThe alleged conspiracy of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency under retainer from the mine owners association and the Citizens Alliance of Colorado and Ida ho to destroy the Western Federation of Miners was taken up this morning when the trial of Wllllim D Haywood was resumed at 10 oclock Two Men Held on Suspicion Wausau Wis July 2Jennle Rehle daughter of John E Rehle aged six teen years was assaulted and murdered In a strip of woods along the road near her home It was shown at an autopsy that the girl had been choked to death Two men have been arrested on suspicion Mormons Going Ou of Business Salt Lake City July 3Two car flrmatlon of the report given ort some time ago that the Mormon church has decided to retire from business Is the announcement made by the Deseret News that the church has sold the Grass Creek coal mines near Coalville for 300000 The Days Harvest of Death Chicago July 5 Thirtysix persons were killed and 1471 injured while celebrating Independence Day accord tag to the RecordHerald which made a canvass of the accidents in the en tire United States during the past twentyfour hours Pittsfield Mass July 5Jolm D Rockefeller left Pittsfield last night for Chicago where on Saturday he will be interrogated in the federal court regarding the affairs of the Stan dard OH company Memorable Day One of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is one which we became ac quainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the bowels right 25c at Severs Drug- Store AfT A1JtN1Itdi 4SMMAkls- Vest i M taye They MiiH Quit Qlv Inf Prank Attorneydimetram Attorney General Bonaparte aft er conferences with him In Washington and in pursuance of authority con tamped In the Elklns law as amended by the Hepburn act has filed suit against five of the big express compa ales in the United States circuit court asking for an Injunction to prevent further alleged violations of the new rate laws in so far as they relate to the Issuance of express franks The five companies against which the government seeks injunctions are United States National American WelJsFargo and Adams Express companies BUMPED BY A MOTOR CAR C B Reynolds and Wife Figure In Automobile Accident Danville 111 July GA northbound electric car crashed Into C B Reynolds big automobile in Vermillion street and Mrs Reynolds who was riding with her husband vas cut and bruised by the impact whflp the ton neau of the auto was mashed and an axle bent The sudden stop of the motor car prevented fatal results While Mr and Mrs Ralph Holmes were driving In their automobile Walter Dye seven years old son of Mr and Mrs W W Dye ran out from andyknocked down his leg being broken between the hip and knee Lone Live The King is the popular cry throughout European countries while in America the cry of- the present day is Long live DrKlnes New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never fails to give immediate relief and to quickly cure A cough or cold Mrs Paines opinion is shared by a mej irity of the inhabitants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the proven remedy Guaranteed bv Severd Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial tottle free Ralsulls Bold Stroke Tangiers July 4Cald General Sir Harry MacLean commander of the sultans bodyguard and next to the ultan the mqst Influential man in Morocco has been captured by Ralsull the bandit chief Ralsull has announc ed that he will hold the general prisoner until the sultan grants the terms which he Ralsull demands for his releaserIWithout Food for a Month Ill July IAfter fasting since May 30 during which time he tasted nothing but water Dr I J Eales broke his fast Sunday by par taking of a small quantity of malted milk Beginning his fast at 192 pounds he had lost 28 pounds His chest measurement has been reduced from 43 to 40 Inches and waist from 44 to 34 inches WINCHESTERL to Shotgun Shells II Leader and II Repeater and Repeating Shotguns make a killing combina tion forfieldfowl or trap shooting No smokeless powder shells enjoy such a reputation for uniform ity of loading and strong shooting qualities as Leader and Repeater brands do and no shotgun made shoots harder or better than the Winchester THEY ARE MADE FOR EACH OTHER ONE BARE ROUND Australian Mystory Soon Solved by His American Opponent Pan Francisco Cal July Gnt1 Soulres the mystery from Australia lasted a portion of a round with Tom my Burns when Burns solved the mystery with a succession of right blows to the Jaw and the fight was over The fact that Squires was an unknown quantity had lent interest to the fight and an immense crowd assembled just outside San Francisco to witness the contest Fully 9000 people were In the arena and paid all the way from 2 to 20 to see two minutes and eight seconds fight ing EXTENSIVE PLOT Russian Revolutionists Are Evidently Well Financed- St Petersburg July GThe Novoe Vremya declares it has learned from an official English source that the recent seizure of arms and ammuni tion which was intended to smuggle Into Russia totalled 90000 rifles and several million roubles worth of am munition All this war material came from Germany and was reshipped via Newcastle Tho size of the shipment the paper says is taken to indicate that the purchasers are Finns as none of the Russian revolutionaries are sufficiently wealthy to operate on this scale Circus Must Bear the Blame Cincinnati July 5 Railroad com panies are not liable for accidents suffered by employes of circuses or other companies In transit under special contracts for transportation en tered Into by such company and the railroad That Is the general mean Ing of an opinion announced by the United States circuit court of appeals today George Clough a circus em ploye sustained physical Injuries while traveling on the Grand Trunk railroad The circus company fur nished its own cars which the rail road company manned aud ran The court finds that doughs remedy Is against the circus and not against tho railroad 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 Koaol is a compound of vegetable acids aud ro j talus the juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol digests what you eat makes your food do you good Sold by all druggists This Burglar Trap Worked Lyons France July 5A fconbl which had been placed In a desk by a manufacturer of Vllleurbanne to de tect robbers exploded when the latter visited the factory Several of the robbers were wounded one fatally Sir Chentung Going Home Washington July GSir Chentung LiangChens the retiring Chinese min ister took his departure today for San Francisco where he will sail on the 9th Inst aboard the steamer Korea tor his home in China THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 90c No 2 red 92c CorDNo2 53c OatsNo 2 mixed 45c HayClover 1700 2000 timothy 18002000 millet 12001400 Cattle4250 Q 665 Hogs500620 Sheep300525 Lambs550600At WheatNo 2 red 96c CornNo 2 56c OatsNO 2 47c Cattle 475585 Hogs450615 Sheep J225g 4 65 Lambs50075- At Chicago WheatNo2 red 98c Corn No 2 54c OatsNo2 43c Cat tie Steers J450715 stockers and feeders 300500 Hogs550 605 Sheep400600 Lambs 600800Livestock at New York Cattle 4508 6G5 Hogs550 675 Sheep 350500 Lambs650 800II Cattle 400675 Hogs650 650 Sheep 300575 Lambs600 I 800 Wheat at Toledo Sept 99c Dec 10274 j cash99c Nearly all oldfo shinned Cough Syrups are 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 good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists TIRED AND SICK YET MUST WORK- Man may work from bun to sun but womans work Is never done In order to keep the home neat and pretty the children well dressed and tidy women overdo and often suffer in silence drifting along from bad to worse knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which dally make life a burden It Is to these women that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs comes as n blessing When the snir Us are depressed the head and back MRS AUG L TUN aches there are draggingdown palm nervousness sleeplessness and reluctance to go anywhere these are only symptoms which unless heeded are soon followed by the worst forms of Female Complaints Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound keeps the feminine organism ina strong and healthy condition Itcures Inflammation Ulceration displacements and organic troubles In preparing for childbirth and to carry women safely through the Change of Life it is most efficient Mrs Augustus Lyon of East Earl Pa writes Dear Mrs Pin- khamFor a long time I suffered from female troubles and had all kinds of aches and pains in the lower part of back and sides I could not sleep and had no appetite Since taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and following the advice which you gave me 1 feel like a new woman and I cannot praise your medicine too highly Mrs Pinkhams Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Out of her vast volume of ex perienceshe probably has the very knowledge that will help your case Her advice is free and always helpful iDEATH OF FRANCIS MURPHY Great Apostle of Temperance Passes Away in California Los Angeles Cal July tFrancls Murphy the wellknown temperance lecturer died at 1030 a m Sunday Plttsburg July tFrancls Murphy irst came Into prominence as a temperance advocate In this city in 187G Under his leadership a blue ribbon propaganda resulted in thousands of men signing the Murphy pledge and attracting national attention Fifteen meetings were held In Library hall following which a call for funds was made to carry on the campaign in other cities In a few minutes prom inent and wealthy men who had be come followers of Mr Murphy sub scribed 15000 Subsequently meet ings wore held throughout the United States THE Just acres Two College Drowned East Northfield Mass July 3 Philip K Green instructor of English and and Prof David A Durward assistant in the at the Mount Hermon school for boys were drowned while canoeing In the river by the of their craft A bronze statue of Captain William Bucky ONeill the Rider who was killed in the Cuban campaign was unveiled at Ariz in the presence of of people Piles get and certain relief from Dr Shoops Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and Itching painful or blind piles disap pear like magic by its use Large nick glass jars SO cents Sold by Severs Drug Co ttliNNNNNt+ NNN The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 B F PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier Morris Eakildge G W Beard Lafe Green 0 Vic Robertson BF Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary NN NN N+N+ OI NNNINN NNtNNNNN- f U THE LEADING AMERICAN MAGAZINE tt ThECENTURY1N Three Great Serial Novels THE SHUTTLE An International Novel By Frances Hodgson Burnett COME AND FIND ME A Novel of the Far North By Elizabeth Robins RUNNING WATER- A Novel of Travel and Adventure By the Author of The Four Feathers AN IMPORTANT ARTICLE BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE PANAMA CANAL By Secretary William H Taft THE GERMAN EMPERORS VOICE WHISTLER IN PARIS AND IN VENICR PAPERS ON GARDENING FARMING AaD FKENUI CATHPDRUS IIMSTRATHO- StvENi v FM it SHORT STJRIE PAPERS ox ART AMERICAN CIVIL Three Short Serials Supplementing the Centurys Famous War Series IIOW THE WAR GENERAL HOWARDS LINCOLN IN THE WAS FINANCED TELEGRAPH OFFICE An account of the career of Personal recollections of Lin The story of exciting days JayCooke From unpublished coin Grant and other lead contributed by the telegra documents Illustrated ens of the time Illustrated pher of the War Department THE COLOR OF THE MAGAZINES- NEW SUBSCRIBERS who begin with 1906 in which number Mrs Burnett gteat International novel The Shuttle begin my obtain free of charge If they ask for them on subscribing the August September and Octo bar Jg06 numbers and thus get firt chapters of Running Water the S strong novel by A E W Mason author of The Four Feathers Thus sub scriben get fifteen numbers for the price of twelve Subscription price 1100 Century Co Union Square New YorK City I IThe SEVENfJ AUGUST 11149 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY The worlds greatest Lecturers and Entertainers Ten Great Schools Season ticket 250 Daily Admission 25c the place for your vacation or church picnic Thirtyfour in Park Boating Bathing Fishing Professors mathematics agricultural department Connecticut upsetting Rough Prescott hundreds quick Magic certain 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week Kenneith will spend the summer with his grandparents Mr and Mrs J B i Frviniro Miss Adu of New i York is visiting friends andre lative hero Mrs G B has with her the Gardner twins Nannie Lee and G B Gardner t of IrvingtonMrs Warren spent one afternoon last week with Mrs Dr D S Sphire of Mooleyvillo who has been very sick We are fflad to say Mrs Sphiro is conva lescing Mrs Walter Mapes loft last week to join her husbandat Columbus Ohio Mrs Emma Pike and daughter Duck of left here Saturday to visit her sister atI vScufflotownSeveral peoplofromlast Thursday and reported a gay time All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use in atomizers This is an unfailing cure for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an ever increasing mass of testimony It does not dry nor rasp the tender air passagos Jt allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the disease Ob stinate old cases have been cured in a few weeks All druggists 75c includ ng spraying tube or mailed by Ely fiUV Bros 56 Warren Street New York C Black Jack Notes BLACK JACK KY Mrs Rosa B Sipso who ha been confined to her room for the past throo months is able to be out again Mrs Holla Prathor hasroturn tea irom Louisville after a two j i t t rC weeks visit with her son J H PratherClayton Bradley and mother spent Sunday with Mr and MM J K Smith near Guston FannyMaehere for a two weeks visit with friends andrelatives Miss Allie Foor and Mrs Riley of Louisville are spending this week with their cousin Mrs Lora DownsThe completeditsroad and we now have a fine road Mrs Wm Ritchie died at her home near Garrett Wednesday morning July 3 Her remains were interred in the Buck Grove cemetery on the 4that 11 oclock Rev Dan Shacklott preaching the funeral Mrs Ritchie leaves a husbandand two children Wm Ritchie Jr and Miss Lizzie We extendour deepest sympathy to the bereaved one- sGLENDEANE KY Dr John Kinchelo was down to see C W Dean this week who is on the sick list poorlythisBro Rogers and wife are visiting Mr and Mrs J T F Owen this week Miss Lennie Carter is visiting Miss Bettie Webb this week E H Dean went to Louisville this week on business Harry Moorman of St Louis is visiting his father R H Moor man and daughters Nolio Ashley and Miss Jennie Kiper spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Oscar Dowell of Irving tonMrs Victor Matthews of Owonsboro is visiting G W Matthews this week Quite a crowd went from here to Hardinbur on the Fourth- J W Mattingly of Louisville weeksClaude Decker of Louisville is here visiting her sister Mrs Willie Futress Wibber Epperson of Guston is here visiting friends this week W R Moorman Jr shipped = a tine calf to Marion Tenn this HarperMiss Irvingtonisthis week Mrs D C Moorman and daughter Betsy are visiting in Bewleyvillo this week visitingMissMattinglyMrsors of Fords yule was up and spent the day with Mrs A E Smith Miss Kate Nobletof McDaniels is visiting Mrs Laura Pool Miss Ditto Entertained In DeCatur Decatur Herald Mrs John T Ditto and Mrs James Baldwin will issue 300 invitations the first of the week for an informal re ception to be given Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Addie G Ditto of Louisville Ky who is the guest of Mr and Mrs Ditto ouo Miss Addie Graham Ditto of Louisville was the guest of honor at a din ner given at the Country Club on the evening of the Fourth by Mr and Mrs Wm Starr PATESVILLE PATESVILLE KY Mrs T G Lynch is slowly im Jaboo is improving Harold Young is ill at this writing Little Roba Compton was ill for daysAmos and wife of Dukes attended church at Beth went to Horse Branch Thursday to spend a few days on business Deaufield base ball boys played the boys of this place a warm game on their ground Saturday after noon The game stood 15 to 13 in favor of Deanfield George W Jarboe who spends most of his time in El Paso Texas returned home again for a few weeks visit with friends and lost a fine horse Sunday afternoon The cause of its death is unknown as it was found dead in the stable Mr P I JJIi1 s 1s J i i + + LwaitIFOR g FARM for rent For further Information to Mrs Hannah Hardln Holt Ky FR SALERcbolarshlp In Bowling Ureen University Rood for any department In that Institution Breckenrldgo News FOR SALE heap If taken at once Ma Chairs nicely finished 0 G S hwaz FOR SALEloo acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn IS acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville Kv LAND FOR SALE SALEl1O acres of land situated near Sinking Creek one mile and a halt from j Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improvements one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 46 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price 1500 For further Information write JnoOBabbage Clovcrport Ky won SALE Book of Destiny fortune book at News office Parson says ho went to the stable about nine that a m and the horse was eating as hearty as a horse could eat Mrs Vm Corley has been quiet ill for several weeks and is writingMatt purchased a fine horse from Ernest Mattingly of Pellville Rev Cicero Corley filled his regular at the Baptist church Saturday after noon and Sunday a m The young peopla of this place gave an ice cream social at the home of Mr and Mrs T W Harmon Thursday evening July 4th Misses Emma Clark and Nellie Fawver Messrs Kirtley Kincaid and Homer Tindle spent Sunday of last week at the Tar Springs Mrs Etta Marlowe and sister Miss Anna Lamb spent Thursday with Edward Gabber and wife of near Victoria New Postmaster For Buras Francis R Dowell ihs been ap pointed postmaster at iBuras this county f r r c be present andtt Imake addresses Ii L I I 8000 last This year 12000 1- II on 1JBfJ CHENAULT Cunningham Cunningham Mooleyvillo Brandenburg GLENDEANE provingMrs someLittle SaturdayJames relativesJ appointment Will w- AGLWiCloverport Friday July 12IJ 1 I At the Brick Yard Grounds I The Boston Bloomers Ladies Champion Base Ball Club will play thg localSS team of this city on Friday July 12 This will be a most interesting and exjjl citing contest and it is predicted that the Boston Bloomers will have the largeri attendance over seen at a ball game in this city The Boston Bloomers comprisl a team of lady athletes who know how to play base ball and are perfect ladles tirjl y every respect This will be the event of thd season and our local base ball management 1 should be congratulated on securing such a truly novel attraction j IJ i4 1 ii25 I ROUND TRIP FROM Brandenburg Irvington Guston Ekron and all Branch Line Points to LOUISVlLLEKENTUCKt 1 WEEK END EXCURSION VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE t On Saturday July 20 q tJ a- r Special Train LeaveFordsvlIIe e 3e a m- HsrdlBsbxrl 814 1 9 ie CuatQHEkrea IrvtefltoiCuatQH M9 918 as orJJSraadeaburta 9 t r Making stetS at Intermediate petals ReMinilfigor UaVf LealsvIIle at f t F m FOR FULL INFORMATION ASK THE AGENTof J j fr t