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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I co z INo c J 4r 1 ti1 jfi I4THEL BRECKENRIDGE WS tp X f ci ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT rA tr- foL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1907 8 Pates NOt JBACCO HELD JITWO YEARS SOLD J FOR 700000r lsvfle Tobacco Warehouse tfffi f t jfy Company Disposes of Green if 1 River Leaf Hi I OVER 6OOO HOGSHEADS IN LOT- ss ffJi t Louisville Post The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse I Company has sold 6500 hogsheads o the dark Green river crop of 1905 h l was stored by the Greenville branch o ie American Society of Equity tThe sale is one of the most important il sr n years and interests the growers the tobacco dealerstsnd financial interests 1freneral1y The owners of the tobacco had poole f J ixtheir interests through the Society o Equity and stored the tobacco with theJJ jbuisville Tobacco Warehouse Compauy 1 The banks had loaned money on it and a great deal of local capital was In this way tied up while waiting for the tobac tc to be soldii ii The total price that was received for v1 the tobacco was about 700000 Th purchasers came to the terms which hat EquityN the tobacco was sold to various manufac toersand exporters and that none of ii- f itItmwas sold to the American Tobacco Coma I the trust M Ehe consignment was a mixture of 1sa4lugsandtrash The leaf1 i while the lugs an trash ranged from 650 to 075 per hundred The average price per hogs ead is over 5100 which would make he total something over 650000 with- alt 700000 as the estimaded r An officer of the warehouse company I said that the sale is one of the most re Thfe 1 II tobacco has been selling on the breaks at irom 350 to 4 perhundred The consignment was received about ita year ago some of it coming in as late as October 1906 but none of it was 1 disposed of uutil late in Marcn 1907 jso that the demand for this grade neces iSaiarily made it valuable and the put- chasersM were willing to pay almost any amount for it when the Louisville To Mpacco Warehouse Company decided to place it on tho market M The effects of the sale releasing as 1 h does hundreds of thousands of capital will be generally felt both in Louisville and throughout the Green river section j B ShowsFtIrJcr In Cloverport Two Days Friday and Saturday of last week the Granlocalt howed in this city having 1 exgd crowdat both perform rget ease The Shows greatest attractions pris rc their fine ponies and smart dogs ies i filch are well worth seeing Colorado man Grants dexterity in his manage ent roves that he has been in the harness I understandsjrildII jfTpTheyre Svnday morning for HaW1sville and It her kentycky towns 1 Vr i r- h V QUSTQN = + I Mies Nellie Simmons o JrvingtonfeJis guest of Miss Lilllsufitth vgi Mr and Mrs Cain of Brgndenbujj oithai guests orh i brotherFelWfiI H I + eo Neff scV is tuq the sickjiiist j + orest Stitb went iptoufsvile wmI business 1yon t- IrS A 0 jJarsfiaUt bas return aftep being the1fti t of liemotb ei rs9H Andgtson t fhite o crp clwas6it at the prtjaciS d 1 t1 Woodnion Ore aekThK prep- atortlteicnlctobalvgn Sl1t 1 I to IIA IJII i E4NEjT 11 GtEND ME KY j rDeajM r noot S fr9UiSa at the M vac thla tqyak- i mIQ iriSMattip1iflfbormap tnd liar Piss jb1 f l dvo gone tdyr pal I pi7is see UU few gays 11 E roiib4bama is visit 1 ijtle pl1Jf trit j Vkt DfatltWarAf Owensboro Ui trJ l 11yL ti 1ir f rwU i here td see his father G W Matthews who is very low with heart dropsy Ed Finn of Hardinsburg has comedown to open up a stone quary and to crush the rock for the Glendeane hill and other hill around here Mrs A EKnith spent the day with irils Mary EJDean and Miss Maude Dean Wednesday Mr Otter Owen of Buzz Bee ArI- zona has returned home to see hither a fa W D Owen He has teen gone three years Albert Phelps of Bowling Green iIs visiting friends here He is a goo fiddler and that is what pleases th people The little seventeenmonths old son of Mr Lee Bates got badly burnt with hot greese on the left arm and face last weekC et yhdaughtefLillie are visiting his brother Ji Pool of Guthrie Oklahoma Henry Elmore and wife Owensboro are visiting Mrs James Clark this weekBorn EsfW S Dean of the Narrows Iis visiting relatives here- RobtMoorman is in Louisville on business this wee- kBRECKtNRIDGE INdHOOSIER CIT Interesting Letter About Doing- of Old Breckenridge County IndEvansville Evansville IndIThinking that maybe some of the Newssubscribers would like to hear from us Breckenridge folks down here will send you a few items Roy Beatty who has been on the sick list iswell and back at his work at the 1 C shops Jesse Taul fireman on the I C has been on the sick list for several days Jno Duggin and Walter Johnson former Cloverport boys secured e ploymentat the I C shops last week GeoTaul visited relatives and friends at Mattingly and Cloverport last week 0 W Sanders has a good position with the WH Rigdon wholesale produce eople Jas L and Lon Taul are street car conductors Jim is a leader in the Car Mens union G T Mason is making some money money and having his share of fun He is working at the carpenters trade and preaching socialism Richard E Newman has employment at the Metal Bed Wbrla Miss Effie Brown is a student at at Lackyears Business College Alvin Furrow has a position in the Boston stone John White is Blacksmithing Green Laslie is driving a team Geo Wilkerson works for the Standard Chair Co S C Frank and son Claude work at the Hercules Buggy Works Pete Nation and Jack Tindle are with the National Paving Co Cooper McQuady Bobbie Matt ingly W T Mason and Jesse Taut are C firemen Ben McQuady Gec L Taul Scott Patterson and Geo H Newman are employed at the I C Machine shops Walter Newman is second clerk the I C shops and Frank Crow Daviess county boy is chief clerk Mr and Mrs W BTaul of Matting ly are here visiting their son and oth relatives and friends Everett Frank has just returned froml Oklahoma i iDeaths V E Mrs Blythe Bandy aged eightytwa years died at her home at IrVingtqn byIher husband and many friends Mr Sol Argabright died at the homei bf his daughter at Union Star Salur vday and was buried Sunday Eriday July 5 Mrs Beard the wife Henry Beard whose home is near Swn4fortyeightho it MattinglyJSamuot j a pdipfed postmaster at Mattin ly hijs i fy 1 fi i vIt CROP REPORT FOR KENTUCKY I Both Wheat and Corn Will Fall Short In Average Crop crodp Commissionseof Agriculture says in part The firsti half of the month of June was quite wet I stormIn s planting especially in lowlands thatt was already Ilate was still further re tarded by those excessive rains The cultiyam h grass and weeds The latter half was almost iideal and gave farmers splendid opportunity to get their wheat in the shock in good condition and wage a w the weeds that Were rapidly taking ktheir corn fields The acreage of corn is a little short off last year owing largely to the unfavor able weather that continued too late iin the season for preparation of much off the lowlands that would have been planted under favorable conditions The condition of the corn crop is not up to the standard for the reason stated andI that much bad seed was planted and1 failed to germinate causing a great dealI vetYy irregularThe crop improved material f osan average crop While the yield will he less than an average the berry prom ises to be very fine The prospective yield is 16 per cent less than the 1906 crop Oats promises only about three fourths of the 1906 crop Many coun ties report the crop almost a failure and only a few report a prospect for a fu icrop Rye promises some better b considerably below last year Hemp iis nearly up to last year in average and condition Burley tobacco is reports 10 per cent short of last year f acreageowing to scarcity of plants and labor Much of this was planted lath 1 inl June and will depend largely Upon late fall if it makes a good yield The dark district has fallen off 28 per can in acreage fpr want of plants to set a full crop Much of this is also late considerm ing the damage done by the army worm The high price and scarcity of seed cu the acreage of stock peas promise a full crop The fruit crop except berries will be a very short one There will be something near a full crop of sorghum and millet Much of these trope are usually planted in July and August On the whole the outlook iis rnot so gloomy as appeared Some week ego 1RVIl GTON I INTELLIGENCE i Visitors In An Out of TownI I Other Local Notes IRVINGTON Ky Mr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain have returned from Kingswood where they spent a few days attending the camp meeting Mrs Sandy Henry and Miss Pauline Henry of West Point were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will J Gardner last week atDiiss Iatrain Horse Branch after a months visit to her cousin Miss Eloda Neafus erDirs N B Netherton and daught have returned from Leitchfield where they were the guests of relatives and friends for ten days Mr and Mrs H H Kemper spent two days last week the guestsof Di Lydia Clarkson at Big Springs v Mrs Williams of Mt Vernon Illinois tsj hero visiting her daughter Mrs R iliI Jolly for an indefinite time Mr Hubert Piggot will return to Terra Haute Indiana some time this week after spending a month here during his vacation Miss Willa Drury after a few days visit to Hardinsburg the guest of Mrs Jeff Hook has returned homerMrs J K Bramlett and twin babies leftlIfist Thursday for Alton Indiana for 4 visit to relatives Mr Jerry Gannan of Whitesville is speeding several days here visiting her husband Mr Jerry Ga nan Louisvillef J slt- 1Iq 1 H filled the pulpit at the Baptist church I last Sunday morning and evening Mrs Byron Bandy died at her home nearhere last Monday after a several days illness of paralysis She was buried on Tuesday at the old family grave yard I Miss Marian Harrison of Sioux City Iowa arrived last week for an indefinite visit to her uncle Mr Charlie Drury of Bewleyville Miss Harrison is now spending a few days with her cousin Miss Willa Drury Mr John Bandy and brother Will of- r Redfield Iowa have returned home after a weeks visit to their brother Mr R S Bandy Mrs Ab Newman of Cairo Illinois Rev Perry Weaver and family and Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Bate Washington for severalweeks Miss Mattie Lee Moremen of Brandenburg is the guest of Mrs L B MoremenQuite large crowd was here to pay onrlast Friday afternoon Mrs Sam Payne and daughter re turned Saturday from Paducah where they had been the guests of daughter Mrs Morris Gilbert for two weeks Mr and Mrs Newsom Gardner have returned from Cloverport after a short visit to Mr and Mrs Waggoner Miss Nannie Bell Aschraft of Louis ville came Saturday for a visit to Mr Sash Simons Miss Nannie McGhee has returned guestfWHEAT MARKET IN COUNTY Highest Price Paid This Week Is iEightySix Cents pricedthisdThe Irvington Milling Co has bought weekapaying 86 cents T J Hook of Hardinsburg has bought between 5000 paytng85centsti At Stephensport 1500 or 2000 bushels have been purchased 83 cents being the price paid this week TOBINSPORTs TOBINSPORT IND Quite a number from here attended the Bloomer ball game at Cloverport Friday Mr Logan Esarey of Vincennes Ind is visiting relatives here Mr Roy Sheldon of Tell City visited relatives and friends here last week Mrs France Boultingbouse and daughter Miss Mayme are visiting rel atives here Mrs Tom Allen and little daughter Olive of Louisville are visiting her parents here Mr Tom Carter of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Mayme Boultinghouse SundayMr Weatherholt of Cloverport was in this vicinity Sunday Mrs John Harris and daughter Miss Fannie visited relatives here last week Miss Nina Weatherholt is visiting Miss Zeona Hyde at Cannelton Mr Tom Allen came down from Louis homefolksrMiss Mabel England is visiting friends in Owensboro PATESVILLEIJ erPATESVILLE KY James Nix is ill at this writing Forrest Dean of Tell City spent a few days of last week with relatives at this place homersrshursday evening of consumption and was burled the day following at the Bethlehem cemetery Mr Clements and family of Hawes villa moved in the Starks property at this place Monday of last week School Board Meets A meeting of the School Board of this city was herd Saturday night ratifying the election of the teachers 1 They also made other arrangements in regard Jto opening the school and completed their plans for the work during the ensuing year Chas May treasurerThen September k e DEATH REMOVES VALUABLE CITIZEN The Hon R Al Jolly Passes Away at His Home In Irvington In the death of the Hon R M Jolly Breckenridge county has suffered a distinct loss Sagacious and diligent in business consistent and strict in his Christian duties lovable and kind to family and friends and always an ideal representative of true manhood and elevated citizenship he contributed largely to the countys welfare and his place among us will not easily be filled Mr Jolly died on Wednesday afternoon of last week at 3 oclock He had been ill for some time of consumption though the immediate cause of his death was heart trouble For many months his condition had occasioned alarm amen his family and friends yet when the end came the shock was as great as ifi givensRobert Morris Jolly was born iin Breckenridge county January 1 1857 and lived his entire life in his native county He led an active business ca reer and was largely identified with the commercial development of the county Much of his time and means were de voted to the interests of his immediate community and he was in a large measure instrumental in the upbuilding af Irvington At the time of his death he was the senior member of the mercantile firm of R M Jolly Sons of thIt town and was also interested in the Irvington Milling Company- In public as in private life Mr Jolly entered into rusty undertaking with a zest that knew no failure In politics he was a Republican though his broad liberality on all public questions won for him the friendship and esteem omen a of every political faith He het the office of State Senator from this dis trict during the time of the Taylor Goebel con est in 1901 In 1900 he was the Republican nominee for Congress from this district He was well known in the State in public life Mr Jolly was a member of the Ma sonic fraternity and had been since earl manhoodThe life that Mr Jolly led was worthy of emulation His was tconscientious religious and uprigh- life never forsaking the path of duty aa he saw it He was a member of th Irvington Methodist Episcopal church and held the offices of trustee and steward of that congregation up to the time of his death and the good influent he exerted for good in church work will be sadly missed As a husband and father Mr Jolt was most affectionate kind and loving As a friend he was loyal and true eve toady to confer a favor The funeral services were held fro the Methodist church at Irvington on last Friday morning conducted by the Rev A L Mell of Middleton 0 who was assisted by the pastor the Rev B F Wilson The burial was in the Irvington cem etery and was witnessed by probabl- the largest concourse that ever attended a funeral in this county those attending the last sad rites numbering about one thousand people Besides a wife Mr Jolly is survived by the following children Robert Morris Louis Hart Edwin Hensley and Eliza beth Claire STEPHENSPORT STEPIENSPORT KY Rev F R Roberts and wife left Sat urday for Kingswood to attend the camp meeting Jtfrs W J Schopp has returned from Louisville accompanied by her sister Mrs Minnio Cohan and children of Cincinnati Mra George Gabe of Henderson Iis 4 4 4 111 111 the guest of her mother Mrs Matte StiffOwnell Connor loft Sunday for Ow ensboro to visit his brother Stanley ConnorDr r Mrs Nevltt spent a few days in Brandenburg last week Mr and Mrs L D Fox spent the day in Hardinsburg Sunday the guests of her sister Mra Godfrey Haswell Mrs Barhey Gardner of Rome Inds spent the day Sunday with her daugh ter Mrs E T Connor Mrs B C nieckman and daughter Miss Matilda have returned home front Illinois where they visited relatives i J T Basham has returned from Col orado He says there is no place like KentuckyMiss of NewYork passed through town Sunday en route to Irvington Mrs E A Elaine and grandson arft at the Tar Springs Mrs B C Dieckman and daughter Miss Annie left Monday for Owensboro staygMrs M L Roberts Misses Pauline and Mattie Milner left Tuesday for Tar Springs for a weeks stay IMPORTANT MEETING Of Tobacco Growers Called For Saturday July 27 At ilardinsburgtt To BreckenridgeCounty nance and home storage By order ofa meeting of tobacco growers assembled at the Court House 71 in Hardinsburg on the 12th inst we were requested to invite you to be pres ent at a meeting of said growers to be held at the Court House in Hardins burg on Saturday July 27 at 10 oclock a m for tie purpose of discussing and agreeing upon home finance and home storage for the 1907 crop of tobacco and we can not too strongly urge you to he present The import IunitedI needfbest results at smallest cost be present Verb trulyJ Monarch G S Wilson WATER WALKER Commits Suicide Because of aWifes Death C W Oldrive who will be remem bered in Cloverport as the man who walked oil water committed suicide on Friday in Memphis Tenn because of grief over the death of his wife Mrs preymature explosion of fireworks while she and her husband were giving an exhi Missttoagan drinking heavily and remained drunk for several days Friday he bought three bottles of chloroform and drank several ounces of the drug Last winter Oldrivemade a trip on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers from Cincinnati to New Orleans walking on + ythe water with the aid of a pair of large babiedrhim in a skiff Hundreds of Clover tomsee them pass i MATTJNGLY it Ora Wilson is quite ill at this writing Evansvilleyreturned from Evans- vIlle d James Sturgeon of Owensboro is visiting friends and relatives here anqiamtlyoftTarFork Mrs Will Mason last Sunday Miss Hettie Wardrip and Mr Will Dunn were married on July 11 at the home of the brides mother Mrs Aggie Wardrip near Tar Springs Samuel Laslie gave an Icecream sup per last Saturday night It was ijuitea success V A large beta belonging tO Salter and Frank Patterson near Dfattinglyt struck by lightning and consumediwUK aU its contents consisting oE tliirt iloads of clover hay one nnetoinlfejfralt + ned at 150 wagonandd farmJlffll merits of all kinds The loss ljkea11 with no insurance feJ PT r J t1 e 1 rV4 1- I sfiM wwIpiiTm 1 THE LION AND THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN d Story of American Life Novtliztd From tnt Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY IIClIAPTERWHIRLING maelstrom of hutt A man activity and dynamic entergy the city which above all others Is characteristic of the genius and virility of the American peopleNew York with Its congested I polyglot population and teeming 0111a lions Is assuredly one of the busiest asII it is one of the most strenuous anda most noisy places on earth Yet despite its swarming streets and crowdI ed shops ceaselessly thronged wltbtt men and women eagerly hurrying herec and there In the pursuit of business or elusive pleasure all chattering laugbII ing shouting amid the deafening mulI tisonous roar of traffic Incidental to I Gothams dally life there Is one partII of the great metropolis where there IsII no bustle no noise no crowd where t the streets are empty even In daytimeII where a passerby is a curiosity and ia I child a phenomenon This deserted J village in the very heart of the big town is the millionaires district the I boundaries of which are marked by Carnegie hill on the north Fiftieth I street on the south and by Fifth andII Madison avenues respectively on I west and east There is nothing more I mournful than the outward aspect of these princely residences which aban doned arid empty for threequarters ot the year stand in stately loneliness as if ashamed of their isolation and utter uselossness Their blinds drawn af fording no hint of life within envoi oped the greater part of the time In the stillness nud silence of the tomb they appear to be under the spell of some baneful curse No merry voiced children romp In their carefully railed off gardens no sounds of conversation or laughter come from their hermetically I closed windows not a soul goes I In or out at most at rare Intervals does one catch a glimpse of a gorgeously arrayed servant gliding about In b ghostly fashion supercilious and suspi f dons and addressing the chance visitorI Iti awed whispers as though he were the guardian of a house of atllictlonji i j It IISOI walked up Fifth avenue bound for the Ityder residence the day following his arrivalI from ISuropo Although he still lived at his fathers house for at noII time bad there been an open rupture I ht often slept lu Ills studio finding It more convenient for his work and I there he had gone straight from the I ship He felt however that It was his I duty to see his mother as soon aa pos I sible besides 1 he wax anxious to fulfill his prowls to Shirley and Hud what his father could do to help Judge Ross more lie had talked about the case I with several men tho previous evening at the club and the general impression seemed to be that guilty or innocent the Judge would be driven oft the benchEurope thought Jefferson as he strode quickly along pointed with en vy to Americas unpnra Holed prosper ity stroke with bated breath of her great fortunes Itather should they say her gigantic robberies her colossal frauds As a nation we wore not proud of our multimillionaires How many of them would bear the search I light of InvoHtlgation Would his father How many millions could ownII man make by honest methods ica was enjoying unprecedented pros perity not because of her millionaires but In spite of them The United States owed Its high rank In the family of nations to the countrys vast natural resources its Inexlmustlblc vitality its great whentflolds the Industrial and mechanical genius of Its people It was the plain American citizen who had made the great new of America I not the millionaires who forming a I IIcapitalistsI oligarchy which sought to rule tho country by corrupting the legislature and the Judiciary The plutocrats these were the leeches the sores In UwI body politic An organised band of robbers they had succeeded in domi nating legislation and In securing con trol of every branch of the nations in 1I1e11gailyII Jefferson turned abruptly and went J ni the wide steps of aa imposing white I warble edifice which took up the space IIotI I IImullionedIII IIbomI aishiand art treasures had cost John Burkett Ryder nearly 10000000 J It was tine of the sLow places of the town and when the rubberneck wagon approached the Ryder man lion und the guides through their meg aphones expatiated In awestricken tones on its external and hidden beau ties there was a general craning of vertebrae among the seeing New I Yorkers to catch a glimpse of the abode of the rlchoet man in the world I Qjjlfr n few privileged ones wore ever perinlftctd to ponetrato to the interior I jf tBtg 10000000 home Ryder was 1 not fond of company he avoided itrajgers and lived in continual appro 1 jen Ju of the Mibpoena server Not hat I1 feared the law only he usually 1 ourt IrjiMiiViiilciiT ty answer ijncs I tiott i Icc oatU Tits clhlipit I c instructions to the servants therefore ore to admit no one under any pretext whatever unless the visitor had approved by the Hon Fitzroy Bagley Mr Ryders aristocratic private secretary and to facilitate this preliminary inspection there had been Installed between the library upstairs and tho front door one of those Ingen- Ious electric writing devices such Iused in banks on which a name Is bastlly scribbled Instantly transmitted elsewhere immediately answered and tho visitor promptly admitted or uquickly shown the door Jefferson did not have to ring at the paternal portal Tho sentinel within at his post No one could approach that door without being seen and his arrival and appearance being signaled upstairs But tho great mans son beaded the list of the privileged ones 10 without ado the smartly dressed Bunkey opened wide the doors and Jefferson was under his fathers roof Is my father in he demanded iof the manNo was the respectful answer Mr Ryder has gone out driving but Mr Bagley is upstairs Then after a brief pause he added Mrs Ryder Is In too Jefferson went up the grand staircase hung on either side with fine old portraits and rare tapestries his feet sink- Ing deep In the rich velvet carpet On the first landing was a piece of sculptured marble of Inestimable worth teen In the soft warm light that sifted through a great pictorial stained glass window overhead the subject reprt lontlng AJax and Ulysses contending for the armor of Achilles To the loft f this at the top of another High loading to the library was hung a fine full length portrait of John Burkett Ryder The ceilings here as In the tower hall were richly gilt and adorned with paintings by famous modern art- Ists When he reached this floor Jef ferson was about to turn to the right and proceed direct to his mothers suit when he heard a voice near the library loor It was Mr Bagley giving in itructlons to the butler The lion FiUroy Bagley a younger son of a British peer had left his country for his countrys good and In order to turn an honest penny which 4o had never succeeded In doing at tome he had entered tho service of Americas foremost financier loping to gather a few of the crumbs that fell from the rich mans table and dlsguts InK the menial nature of his position under the high sounding title of prl vnte secretary Ills job called for n ipy and a totidy and he filled those re interments admirably Excepting with his employer of whom he stood In craves tear his manner was condt scendlngly patronizing to all with whom bo came In contact as If he wore anxious to impress on these American plebeians the signal honor which a Fltzroy son of a British peer did them In deigning to remain In their blarsted country In 51 r Ryder absence therefore he run the house to suit himself bullying the servants and not Infrequently issuing orders that were contradictory to those already given by Mrs Ryder Jefferson could not hear the sight of him In fact It was this mans con Inual presence In the house that lint driven him to seek refuge elsewhere tie bollevod him to be a scoundrel us Ill certainly was a cad Nor was his estimate of the English secretary far wrong Tho nran like Ws master was ai grafter nud the particular graft lu WitS utter now was either to make u marriage with a rich American girl or to so compromise her that the same end would be attained lIe was shrewd littleIopen matrimonial so mined to attempt n raid and carry off- nu helross under her fathers nose and the particular proboscis he had select ell was that of his employers friend Senator Roberts The senator and Miss Roberts were frequently at the Ryder house and In course of time the aristocratic secretary and tbe daughter had become quite Intimate A Igbty girl with no other purpose in- life beyond dress and amusement and having what she termed a good time Kate thought it excellent pastime to- alrt with Mr Bagley and when she discovered that be was serious In his attentions she felt flattered rather than indignant After all she argued he- was of noble birth If his two broth s died he would be peer of England and she had enough money for both- IIe might not make a bad husband But ube was careful to keep her own counsel and not let her father have any suspicion of what was going on- She knew that his heart was set on- her marrying Jefferson Ryder and she knew better than any one bow impossible that dream was She herself liked Jefferson quite enough to marry him- but if his eyes were turned in another directlonand she knew all about his tontions to Miss Roaemoreshe was- not going to break tier heart about It SOr she continued to flirt secretly wIth- tbo Hon Fitzroy while she still led the Rydors and her own father to t lnk- that she was Interested In Jefferson Jerkins Mr Bagley was saying to- the butler Mr Ryder will occupy the- ltbrary on his return See that ho Is- not disturbed w very godd sir The butler bowedI and went downstairs The secretnry looked up and saw Jefferson His fac oI reddened and his manner grew new ousHello Back from Europe Jeer Bon How Jolly Your mother will ho delighted Shes in her room upstairs Declining to take the hint and gath- erIng from Bagleys embarrassed man nor that he wanted to get rid of himl Jefferson lingered purposely Who l the butler had disappeared he said This house is getting more andI more like n barracks every day Youv eI got men all over the place Ono cant move a step without falling over one Mr Bagley drew himself up stlfllj as ho always did when assuming anI air of authority Your fathers personality demand- the utmost precaution he replied We cannot leave tho life of the rIch est and most powerful financier in th world at the mercy of the rabble What rabble inquired Jefferson amusedThe common rabble the lower class the riffraff explained Mr Bagley Pshaw laughed Jefferson If our financiers were only half as respectable as the common rabble as you callI them they would need no bars to their housesMr Bagley sneered and shrugged his shouldersYour has warned me againstt your socialistic views Then with ia lofty air he added For four years I was third groom of the bedchamber to the second son of Englands queen I know my responsibilities But you are not groom of the bed chamber here retorted Jefferson Whatever I am said Mr Bagley haughtily I am answerable to your father alone By the way Bagley asked Jeffer son when do you except father to return I want to see him Im afraid its quite impossible an swered the secretary with studied insolence He has three important people to see before dinner Theres the national Republican committee and Sergeant Ellison of the secret service from Washington all hero by appointment Its quite impossible I didnt ask you if it were possible I said I wanted to see him and I will- see him answered Jefferson quietly but firmly and In a tone and manner which did not admit of further opposi tion Ill go and leave word for him on his desk he added He started to enter the library when the secretary who was visibly perturbed attempted to bar his way Theres some one In there he said Iu an undertone Someone waiting I for your father Is there replied Jefferson coolly Ill see who it is with which he rushed past Mr Bagley nnd entered the library Ho hnd guessed aright A woman WfiS there It was Kate Roberts Hello Kate How are you Jet jrson decided to say nothing of the Interrupted teteatete but mentally he resolved to spoil Mr Bagleys game and save Kate from her own folly On earing his voice Kate turned andl ace a little cry of genuine surprise Why Is It you Jeff I thought you were In Europe I returned yesterday he replied tmowlmt curtly He crossed over to- his fathers desk where he sat down toI scribble a few words while Mr Bag loy who had followed him In scowl lag was making frantic dumb signs toI InteI fear I Intrude here said Jeffer son pointedly Oh dear no not at all repliedI Iate in some confusion I was wait- Ing for my father How is Paris sheI nskedI ely as ever he answered Did you have n good time she In quiredI It immensely I never had n better one You probably were in good com pnny she said significantly Then- she l added I believe Miss Rossmoro was in Paris Yes I think she was there was hisI noncommittal answer To change the conversation whichl was becoming decidedly personal he picked up a book that was lying on hisI thers desk and glanced at the title It was The American Octopus If youll excuse me Ill go and pay- my filial respects upstairs said Jefferson ill see you again He gave Kate a friendly nod and without evenl glancing at Mr Bagley left the room The couple stood in silence for a few nomeuts after he disappeared ThenI Kate went to the door and listened to l I Ifcqr I intrude here his retreating footsteps When she was sure that hq was out of earshot she turned an Mr Bagloy indignantly XQU gee what you expose moiio ah Jetm 4h1m tti3W119 n reiii ct vous fc p IWell it was to u certain extent ro plied tie secretary unabashed D1dn you ask me to see you heroa Yes said Kate taking a lotto from her bosom I wanted to ask you what this means My dear Miss Roberts Kate I stammered tho secretary How dare you address me in this AirnRyder are engaged No one knew better that Kato tbat this was not true but she said it part ly out of vanity partly out of a desire to draw out this Englishman who made such bold love to her I Miss Roberts replied Mr Bagley loftily In that note I expressed imy ensgagement to Mr Jefferson Ryder Is tosay the least a most uncertain sarcasaein his voice that did not escape Kate You must not judgo from appearances she answered trying to keep up the outward show of Indignation which Inwardly sho did not feel Jot and I may hldo a passion that burns like n volcano All lovers are not demonstrative you know The absurdity of this description as applied to her relations with JelIerson appealed to her as so comical that she burst into laughter in which the see retary joined Then why did you remain herewith me when the senator went out with Mr Ryder senior he demanded To tell you thatI cannot listen toi your nonsense any longer retorted thogirlWhat he cried Incredulously You remain here to tell me that you cannot listen to mo when you could easily have avoided listening to me without telling me sot Kate your coldness is not convincing You mean you think I want to listen to you she demanded I do he answered stepping forward as if to take her in his arms Mr BagleyI she exclaimed recoil ling A week ago he persisted you called me Fitzroy Once in an outburst of confidence you called me FItzYou hadnt asked me to marry you then she laughed mockingly Then edging away toward the door she waved her hand at him playfully and said teasingly Good by Mr Bagley I am going upstairs to Mrs Ryder I will await rny fathers return in her room I think I shall be safer lIe ran forward to intercept her but she was too quick for him The door slammed in his face and she was gone Meantime Jefferson had proceeded upstairs passing through long and luxuriously carpeted corridors with paneled frescoed walls and hung with grand old tapestries and splendid paint ings until he came to his mothers room He knocked Come ml called out the famllla voice He entered Mrs Ryder was busy at her escritoire looking over a mass of household accounts Hello mother Hows father lie cried running up and hugging her In his boyish Impulsive way Jefferson had always been devoted to his mother and while he deplored her weakness In permitting herself to bo so completely under the domination of his father she had always found him an affectionate and loving son Mrs Ryder sighed while she looked beFsonTlTeTproudly in her heart sheIwas glad Jefferson had turned out he had Her boy certainly would never be a financier to be attacked in maga zincs and books Answering his question she said Your father Is as well as those busy bodies in the newspapers will let him bel lIes considerably worried just now over that new book The Amerl can Octopus How dare they make Jim out such a monster Hes no worse than other successful men lIes richer thats all and It makes them Jealous lIes out driving now with Senator Roberts Kate Is somewhere In the houseIn the library I think Yes I found her there replied Jefferson dryly She was with that cad Bagley When Is father going to find that fellow out Oh Jefferson protested his mother how can you talk like that of Mr Bagley Ho Is such a perfect gentle nan Ills family connections alone should entitle him to respect lIe is certainly the best secretary your fay her evor hind Im sure I dont know what wo should do without him He knows everything that a gentleman should And a good deal more I wager growled Jefferson He wasnt groom of the backstairs to Englands queen for nothing Thou changing the topic ht said suddenly Talking about Kato mother we have got to reach some definite understanding Tills talk about my marrying her must stop 1 Intend to take the matter up with father today Oh of course more trouble ro plied his mother In a resigned tone She was so accustomed to having her wishes thwarted that she was never surprised at anything We hoard of your gOlllgll on In Pars That Miss- Rosemore was there was she not That has got nothing to do with it replied Jefferson warmly He resented ilrloys name being dragged into the discussion Then more calmly ho went on Now mother bo reasonable Liston I purpose to live my own life I- have already shown my father that i- will not be dictated to and that I can earn my own living Ho has no right to force this marriage on mo There tins never boon any misunderstanding on Katos part She and I understand oneh other thoroughly Well Jefferson you may be right from your point of view replied his mother weakly She invariably ended uyagtccms nra tm inst one wnoiu gued with her You arc of age of course Your parents have only ta- moral right over you Only remember this It would be foolish of you to do anything now to auger your father His interests are your interests Dont da anything to jeopardize them Of course you cant be forced to marry a girl you dont care for but your father will bo bitterly disappointed He had set his heart on this match He knows all about your infatuation for Miss Ross more and it has made him furious 1 I suppose youve heard about her fa therYes and Its a dastardly outrage blurted out Jefferson Its a conspiracy against one of the most honorable men that ever lived and I mean to fen ret out and expose the authors I cams hero today to ask father to help me You came to ask your father to hell you echoed his mother Incredulously Why not demanded Jefferson Is It true then that he is selfishness Incarnate Wouldnt ho do that much to help a friend Youve come to the wrong house Jeff You ought to know that Your father Is far from being Judge Ross mores friend Surely you have sense enough to realize that there are two reasons why he would not raise a finger to help him One Is that he has always been his opponent in pUblic life and the other Is that you want to marry his daughter Yes I see now mother You are right Then ho added bitterly That has always been the trouble at home No matter where I turn I am up against a stone wallthe money Interests One never hears a glimmer of fellow feeling never a word of human sympathy only cold calculation heartless reasoning money money money I Oh I am sick of It I dont want any ot it I am going away where Ill hear no more of It Ills mother laid her band gently on hisshoulderDont that way Jefferson Your father Is not a bad man at heart You know that Ills life has been devoted- to money making and be has made a greater fortune than any man living or dead He Is only what his life has made him He has a good heart and he loves you his only son But his business enemies ah those be never forgives Jefferson was about to reply when suddenly a dozen electric bells sounded all over the house Whats that exclaimed Jefferson alarmed and starting toward the door Oh thats nothing smiled his mother We have had that put 1In since you went away Your father must have just come in Those bolls announce the fact It was done so that if there happened to be any stran gene in the house they could be kept out of tbe way until he reached the library safely Oh laughed Jefferson hes afraid some one will kidnap him Certainly ho would be a rich prize I wouldnt care for the Job myself though Theyd be catching a tartar Ills speech was Interrupted by ta timid knock at the door May I come in to say goodby asked a voice which they recognized as Katos She had successfully escaped from Mr Bagleys importunities and was now going home with the senator Sure smiled amiably at Jefferson and thoy chatted pleasantly of his trip broad He was sincerely sorry for this girl whom they were trying to I foist on him Not that ho thought she really cared for him he was well aware that hers was a nature that made it impossible to feel very deeply- on any subjectbut tho idea of this ready made marriage was so foreign so revolting to the American mind He thought it would be a kindness to warn her against Bagley Dont be foolish Kate he said I- was not blind Just now in the library That man is no good As is usual when ones motives are suspected the girl resented his interference She knew he hated Mr Bag ley and she thought it mean of him to try and get even in this way She stiffened up and replied coldly I think I am ablo to look after myself Jefferson Thanks all the same He shrugged his shoulders and made no reply She said goodby to Mrs Ryder who was again immersed in her tradespeople bills and left the room escorted by Jefferson who accompanied her downstairs and on to the street where Senator Roberts was waiting for her la tho open victoria The senator greeted with unusual cordiality the young man whom ho stili- hoped to make his soninlaw Come and see us Jefferson he- said Come to dinner any evening Wo are always alone and Kate and I- will bo glad to see you Jefferson has so little time now fA- tbor His work andhis friends keep- him pretty busy Jefferson had noted both the pause- nnd the sarcasm but he said nothing He smiled and the senator raised bls- bat As the carriage drove off the oung man noticed that Kate glanced at one of the upper windows where Mr Bagloy stood behind a curtain watcblng Jefferson returned to tbe- house The psychological moment hat rrrtred He must go now and con- tront his father in the library Continued next week When the baby is teething it is cross RndI restless it becomes feeverish and In many cases vomits a great deal and- oftentImes cannot even keep cool water on the stomach All the delicate lIltle- organs of the stomach are affected ringing on colic and diarrhoea Cas- casweet for babies and children makes the stomach right and allays inflamma tiol1 and prevents irritation Casca Isweet makes the baby happy and well Sold by all druggists AGREE NOT TO ELOP Young Kansas Sweethearts In Queer Contract SEQUEL OF AN ELOPEMENT George W Roberts of Pawnee County Kan Agrees to Give His Daughter In Marriage to J A Morgan In Two Years If They Wont Run Away Suitor Determined to Win His Brfle On consideration that J A Morgan will refrain for two years from trying to elope with Miss Stella Roberts George W Roberts a Pawnee county farmer In Kansas father of the girl has signed an agreement with the young man promising to give him tbsIyoung woman In marriage at the end of that time writes a Lamed Kan correspondent of the Kansas City Star This most unusual agreement Is as fol lows George W Roberts and J A Mor gan enter Into the following agreed ment to wit The said J A Morgan agrees to engage In some legitimate and profitable employment for the period of two years from this date and for the said time not to interfere with the said George W Roberts in tho management of his daughter Stella A Roberts George W Roberts in con slderatlon of the carrying out of the f foregoing agreement by the said J A Morgan hereby gives his consent for his said daughter and the said J A Morgan to enter Into tho bonds of matrimony at any time after the ex plratlon of the said two years The agreement Is duly signed by Morgan and Roberts and witnessed by H S Rogers and Wesley Lane This 7 queer contract Is the sequel of an elopement which occurred several days ago Miss Roberts Is not yet quite fifteen years old Morgan is less than twenty so that the two know thatt they could not obtain the consent ofv her parents to their marriage J Knowing this they decided upon an elopement After all the family had gone to bed Miss Roberts slipped out of the liouse and met Morgan in a grove a quarter of a mile away j The two drove to Macksvllle returned ii their livery team and then got a I man to drive them to Stafford From there they took a train to Morgans homo In Carthage Mo There was consternation in the Roberts home the next morning but the liveryman gave the father a clew and a warrant was secured for Morgan charging him with abduction He was arrested In Carthage before he could t1 secure a marriage license and readily agreed to return to Kansas 1beened that Morgan was a hard working young man of good family and would apparently make a very acceptable son inlaw This Induced the father not to prosecute the young rnaa and to propose the agreement which was after ward entered Into Miss Roberts Isc again at home and Morgan Is back work on the Brown farm nearby atjj termlncd to live up to the contract POSTOFFICES FOR LINERS w rrt Government Official Has Scheme to 15 Distribute Mall at Sea If Second Assistant Postmaster General v McCleary succeeds in some plans Ihe has In mind sea postoflices will beI eiptabllshcd on the ships of the Cunnrd u and the French Steamship companies lines the only transatlantic liners which are equipped with postal facilities writes a Washington correspond eat of the Chicago News Overtures t have been made to these two companies looking to the equipment of post offices on their ships Mr McCleary will go to Europe Boon to Investigate certain postal affairs WhIle abroad he will confer with the v officers of the two steamship lines and endeavor to complete arrangements by which American and foreign employees j will be placed on each one of the vessels of these two lines Munich Exhibition Noveltyl I One of the novelties planned for the i1 Munich exhibition of 1008 is an arUlIJ tic theater which will be different In y- everyy respect from the modern play t louse says the New York Tribune Symbolic scenery will bo used in place of make believe trees and rocks and K Impossible landscapes leaving tcf time Imagination details which heretofore bave boon supplied by tho scene painter In this respect the new theater will resemble the Greek theaters ot- old Tho form of tho stage will bo changed cutting off according to n Munich paper tho senseless perspec the The proscenium will bo so arranged that It may bo made largo or Js- mnll In keeping with the require moats of tho production and the am ilthoatrlcal auditorium will bo so arranged that the action will be in- plain view from all ports of the house Paying High For American Talents The British government has recent gIven notable recognition of the escej hence of American agricultural tcac- Ing and education in the selection A E Parr of the Iowa State Agricil tural college as director of agrlcultnj and animal industry for British In- nnys the Springfield l Republican P- tessor Bnrr will receive a salary of 0000 a year for ten years and it Is understood that ho will then be eUgl- bto to retire and draw n pension for- Iifq of 5000 a ydar It is not ofteV thutn scientificf agrlqultural educatto has been so 1ItgeIJ1 Vewarded but then Incident is iporhnps significant of the fut irek 4- a I y q i 1111 r y coda w c v t s s eM + r fl ii r aseVM Statement of Condition of TheBankofHardinsburgTrustCo Hardinsburg Ky at Close of Business June 29 1907 9 ResourcesII i Notes and Bills = 24526441 Cash in Safe 1647967 Cash in Other Banks = 3813743 Stocks and Bonds 3499469 Banking House and Lot 180000 Other Real Estateo 13679 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 Total = 33721299 Liabilities Capital Stock 5000000 t Surplus and Undivi ded Profits 691010 Amount due Deposi tors 28030289 Total 33721299r We ask your careful inspection of the figurea 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 coil your attention to the representative character of our directorate Our resources are ample to handle the largtst business in this section of the State and we give the most careful consideration to small accounts No acccwt is l too small for us to appreciate We are prepared to handle every kind of trust business act as guardian timtt e t administrator assignee etc Very respectfully M H BEARD Cashier 1 fiEl tJ Cloverport Foundry Machine Co I For all kinds of Foun dry I Machine Boiler Electrical I Tin Galvanized and Sheet I JIron Work NS II i II Gasolene Boat Work a I Specialty I Saw Mill Stationery Porta ble Traction Marine Steam I Gas and Gasolene Engines I IA Full and Complete Stock of Plum bers Supplies Engine and Mill Supplies j- i Beltings Pulleys Hangersi Grate Bars Hose Pumps Injectors Tin Roofing Guttering EtcIt Satisfaction Guaranteed r Estimates cheerfully furnished on ap IIbuyingI Cloverport Foundry and I Machine Co I Cloverport Kentucky I JlBIi jIfilllBJjlBjBiItiBiB rae AM rM lY t iP KentuckySchool of Telegraphy Opens Sept 2 1907 thorough iustructions in Telegraphy Typewriting and WITH Accounting Equipment perfect relays sounders and keps used as on all telegraph lines t We give you a thorough telegraphic education and guarantee you a I paying position direct from school I Special rates to first twenty enrolling Write today for full information 1 nI 4 Y 4 Kentucky Schoolr Telegraphy Owensboro KyII r 1J C r 0 1C AFTER TOBACCO TRUST Government Takes Action Against Big Trade Combination New York July nThe government has filed in the United States circuit court in this city a petition against the American Tobacco com pany the Imperial Tobacco company the BritishAmerican Tobacco company the American Snuff company the American Cigar company the United Cigar Stores company the American Stogie company the MacAndrews Forbes company the Corley Foil com pany and fiftysix other corporations and twentynine individuals connected with the named companies These corporations and Individuals constitute what is generally known as the tobacco trust and the petition directed against them sets forth the purpose of the government to dissolve this trust by breaking up the agree ments under which the consolidated concerns are working In showing the growth of the trust since its organ Izatlon in 1890 the conclusion Is reach ed that at an early day unless pre vented it would completely monopolize the entire tobacco industry Another Glaring Violator Chicago July l1Facts showing that the International Harvester trust is the most glaring violator of the Sherman law in the United States have come into possession of the United States government and upon them the government has entered upon further investigation with a view to wiping the trust out of exist ence Nearly all oldfashioned 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 THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 88c No 2 red 89c CornNo2 53thc OatsNo 2 mixed 4fic HayClover 1500 01550 timothy 165001850 millet 1200 f 1400 Cattle2501676- Hogs50060O I Sheep 300 fl 500 Lambs5501600At WheatNo 2 red 94c CornNo 3 56fc OatsNo L 47c Cattle 475600 Hogs 450610 Sheep 22501465 Lambs 5000750 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 93c Corn No2 54MC OatsNov 44c Cat tie Steers 450 Q 730 stockers anti feeders 300500 Hogs55o 605 Sheep 4000600 Lambs 6250740 i Livestock at New York Cattle 450715 Hogs5501 670 Sheep r3500 550 Lambs7o 1900 At East Buffalo Cattle400L00 Hogs6501 635 Sheep 3000575 Lambs600 875jj Wheat at Toledo Sept 93 ic Dec 97c cash 9214c A cleansing clean cooling soothing healing household remedy is DeWitts J Carbolizad Witch Hazel Salve For burns cuts scratches bruises insect i bites and sore feet it is unequaled Good for Piles Beware of imitations Get DeWitts It is the best Sold by aU druggists Subscribe For the News II FAILURE IN BOSTON I Municipal Ownership Tried by the Hub but Found Wanting It Was Voted In 1906 Not to Try to Establish Municipal Gas and Electric Light Works Because the City Ha Already Shown Its Inability to Carry- on Public UtilitiesHistory of the Unsuccessful Attempts In 1000 the city council of Boston voted against attempting municipal gaS- and electric lighting on the ground Ibnt the city had already proved Its Mobil- Ity In such matters by a succession of failures In various trading enterprises In 1807 for Instance Boston established a municipal printing plant Five years Inter In 1SK2 Harvey Chase anI expert accountant who was examin- Ing all the city departments for Mayor Collins and Thomas P Nichols an expert printer reported that the plant had already lost over 40000 and that a greater loss was avoided only by charging other departments more thanI they would have had to pay outside printersThey also reported that at the time of the Investigation the stock room was crowded with unnecessary paper Inks etc bought at great expense and lia ble to depreciation by handling or darn age by fire that some valuable stock then very recently bought could not be found nor could there be found any record of Its use that excessive rates were paid for ruling and binding done outside that there was an entirely unnecessary number of employees In all divisions of tbe department who add ed to the expense and subtracted from the efficiency that a disposition to kill1 time was manifest and that In spite o the fact that the hours of employees were shorter than In private plants less was accomplished per man per hour worked The operation of two ferry lines from Boston to East Boston which wore bought by the city In IBO loom ed up as another object lesson y 1870 the ferries were leased at a lost- and since then have been operated by the city at an even greater loss In 1877 to be sure the city unlade the mug nificent profit of 0388 but In each of the other fortyseven years up to February 1000 there was a deficit vary ing from 780 to 292000 and amount Ing In all to 3743548 or an average of almost 78000 a yeurIBostons water supply though fa famed for quantity and quality fury nished but another proof that the cannot do business as well as n put vate corporation Boston receives pure water from tbe metropolitan water board distributes It through the city collects the charges and each year pays Its assessed share of the total expense This would seem a simple proposition but Harvey Chase In 1002 In his report on the water department said The lack of proper methods for handlin transactions of such magnitude and Indeed the general crudeness and looseness of the capital accounts In the waterworks bookkeeping ever since the foundation of the plant are aston ishing There has been excess lye expenditure for work done through the employment of unnecessary men by the employment of aged and Infirm men and by other means whereby the costs of work have been heavily In creasedFour years have now gone by since the evils In these three departments were made public In a free city docu ment but nothing has been done to remedy them Even In those depart ments especially Investigated and re ported upon In considerable detail said Harvey Chase In 1000 the annual expense today Is as large as be fore and In some cases even relatively larger What surer proof of meal ciency could be given But even had there been no printing no ferry no water fiascos the amounts paid recently for services of veterina rians to care for the horses In Jie street and police departments of Bos ton would alone have been sufficient to Indicate that It would be well to limit rather than extend Bostons municipal activitiesThe department In 1004 paid 1034 for veterinary services and medicine for each of Its sixty or moro horses an outrageous price and the next year paid nearly 25 The street department where wasting the tax payers money in excessive veterinary payments had come to be a habit easily topped Its own high figures In 1005 by paying 2420 for each of COO horses Those figures were so obviously ex cessive that some change had to be made Accordingly the police depart ment under a new single headed com mission reduced Its veterinary ex penses In 1000 to about 13 per horse and the mayor Instituted a plan by which the cost per horse In the street department came down to 14 That these reductions were possible Is Itself a sure proof that Boston Is anything but efficient In business and further proof If any Is needed can be found by comparing even these reduced figures with say the average of 10 per horse paid under able manage ment in the fire department with the 504 paid by the police department In 1002 with tho bona fide otter of one of the lest veterinarians In the city to do the street departments work for 0 per borso and finally with the 2 per year for each of Its 200 louses paid by great private grocery and supply firm In BostonCompared with some cities Boston Is well governed but these and a succession of similar illustrations of wastefulness failure and executive ability prove that It cannot do business in a way to give Its citizens full value for the money they pay in taxes Court lilY Crocker f BRIEF DISPATCHES SATURDAYI James M Barr has been elected di rector general of the Jamestown expo sition The civic strike in the south o France started in sympathy with tho winegrowers movement Is gradually going to pieces theda passed by the French chamber of dep artiest Business failures In the United States for the week number 135 against 150 last week and 134 in tha like week of 1906 George E Roberts director of the United States mint was unanimously elected president of the Commercial National bank of Chicago Rear Admiral Brownson will be placed on the retired list Monday on account of having reached the statu tory age of sixtytwo years MONDAY The Italian minister of marine has ordered tho construction of four bat tleshlps A portion of the state regalia valued at 250000 has been stolen from Dublin Castle The annual national encampment of the Army of Philippines will be held In Kansas City Aug 131C The annual convention of the American runt Glass Workers un ion is In session at Evansville The mantle of Francis Murphy has fallen upon the shoulders of his old est son William J Murphy who will take up the temperance work It IB officially denied that the United States government has merle anyfnaval site on Magdalena bay in Lower California TUESDAY The National Educational association is In session at Los Angeles theysession at Milwaukee Dispatches from the south of France report that the situation there li again growing serious The German press is in general fa vor of the growing sentiment for the improvement in the relations between France and Germany Seven more Colorado men have timberrfrauds as a result of indictments of the late federal grand Jury at Denver The governor of the province of Nganhwel China was murdered by a subdirector of police The assassin was seized and decapitated on the spot The Russian council of ministers has authorized an annual expendltur of 15500000 from 1908 to 1911 for andgtheir armaments WEDNESDAY Emperor Nicholas and his family have started on the cruise to the Norwegian fiords Owing to the low water in the River Platte vessels are unable to enter or leave Buenos Ayres By the capsizing of a pleasure boat in Penobscott bay six young men of Bangor Me were drowned The grand lodge of Michigan An cient Order of United Workmen has voted to surrender Its charter The parade of 15000 Knights Tem plar was a feature of the triennial conclave at Saratoga Springs A valuable portrait of Emperor iI stol11lfromsuperintendent of the navay academy has been placed on the retired list THURSDAY During his visit to Ireland King Edward is wearing a green necktie The Domnlon census department has figured out Canadas population April 1 last at 6504900 As a result of the recent mutinies at Kiev Sebastopol and Tsarsko Selo courtsmartial are In session in those citiesDr Francis E Clark of Boston was unanimously reelected president of the United Society of Christian En deavorThree men were killed one fatally hurt and eghteen others injured in the collapse of a new concrete build ing at Philadelphia The National Educational associa tion elected Edwin G Cooley super- Intendent of the Chicago city schools president of the association FRIDAY At Burlington In there wore three distinct shocks of earthquake Thurs dayThe next national convention of Christian Endeavorers will be held at St Paul The twocent fare bill passed by tho Wisconsin legislature goes into effect Aug 15 Secretary of State Root will leave Washington on Sept 26 and willI reach Mexico City on Sept 30 The Armour Packing companys 125000 Ice plant at Las Vegas N M was totally destroyed by fire Three of the participants In a pawn shop robbery in St Petersburg after trial by courtmartlal were hanged President Roosevelt has 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Examine the label on your jfaper Kit Is tot correct please notify as When ordering a change In the address tntscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1907 The Statesman Not he that breaks the dams but he That through the channels of the State Convoys the peoples wish is great Sis name is pure his fame is free He cares if ancient usage fade To shape to settle to repair With seasonable changes fair F And innovation grade by grade bt if the sense of most require A precedent of larger scope Not deals in threats but works withI hope Aud lights at length on his desire Knowing those laws are just alone That contemplate a mighty plan The frame the mind the soul of man Like one that cultivates his own Se seeing far an end sublime Contends despising party rage To hold the Spirit of the Age Against the Spirit of the Time ALFRED TENNYSON Buffalo Old Home Week To The Editor Will you kindly ask such of your readers as are former residents of Buf falo N Y to send their addresses to the Old Home Week Committee in order to receive souvenir invitations to Old Home Week in Buffalo which will be from September 1st to the 7th inclu lAva By doing so you will greatly oblige the committeeYours sincerely James W Greene Chairman Publicity Committee Better Than Ever Cooley Hagans Floating Theatre have a delightful production of i Wonderland Monday night on their opera boat at the river in this city Leslie Makes Good Mr Reuben S Leslie formerly of V this city has accepted a positio- nu fire man on the L A R R and has located at Richmond Ky He likes his new place and has a promise of being promoted at an early date When you feel the need of a pill take Jl DeWitts Little Early Riser Sma pill safe pill sure pill Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by All Druggists There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than any other dlstase put together and until tho last few years was sue posed to be Incurable For II great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and pro scribed loeil remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pro nounced It Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and i therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Oheney 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 sad mucous surfaces i f the system They offer one hundred dollilrs for any case It fallsI to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists The Take Halli Ksirlly Illls for constipation Besides the delightful short stories inI the August Smart Set many spicy things are scattered through the magazine Among them There is only one thing longer than- a womans tongue and that is her memoryTo the name of last weeks sweetheart meats that YOU are busy tat to forget the name of your first sweetheart means that you are growing old if It Woke the Sultan UpIV Tangier July 12It Is declared 1tP hero that the Sultan of Morocco ii- sI I deeply inconsed at the recent capture by the bandit Raisuli of Cald Sir Barry MacLean tho commandant oft fits body guard to whom he wasI greatly attached The sultan is pro paring to march personally againstt kaisull and In view of this proposedI expedition extensive forces have beenl Jsombled at Fez tttMurderoua Robbers Indianapolis July 12Two uniden tiled white men entered a pawnshop at 317 Massachusetts avenue late yes terday afternoon and stunning Simo- ntold a clerk escaped with gold and Jewelry and money amounting to more aau 13100 Gold Is In the city boa yital la a serious csBtitioi His skull M Jtetctured In tfaraa places and his snesrefy is doufctti M Alleged Spy Arrested San Diego Cal July 12A repor was in circulation today that a Jap aneso had been arrested at Fort Rose crans in the act of making drawing of the fort The arrest It is said was mado two evenings ago but where the Japanese is now and who he is is not publicly known Majo Getchell will give no information iGreeted With Applause San Frar isco July 9Mayor Eu gene E Schmitz who was recent convicted of extortion was sentence to five years in the penitentiary When the sentence was pronounce there was a remarkable outburst of applause from the hundreds of per sons who crowded Judge Dunne courtroom A Growing Death List St Paul July 6Twentyone are now known to have been killed in the tornado which swept a path 100 miles long and from a mile to a few rods wide through central Wisconsin Wed nesday night Details are coming in slowly anu it is believed that the death list will be further increased May Survive Awful Shock Crown Point Ind July GWhite switching cars on the PanHandle rail road Drakeman Neff was struck bl lightning Although a shoe was torn from his foot his trousers torn to shreds keys and money melted in his pocket and his body burned from neck to toes he may survive IStrike Action Postponed Chicago July SThe telegraph op erators employed by both commercial telegraph companies in Chicago will not go on strike for a week at least At the meeting Sunday called for the purpose of voting on the strike prop osition it was decided to postpone action for one week He Gave Up the Struggle Indianapolis July 11 Grieved be cause he was unable to obtain employ ment to support his wife and nine monthsold baby Thomas ODonnell committed suicide by firing two re volver shots into his breast Christian Endeavorers Meet Seattle Wash July 11 Delegates from every state are here attending the twentythird annual international convention of the Christian Endeavor society The convention is being held In an Immense tent FRANCIS MURPHYS POWER Noted Temperance Advocates Influ ence on a Saloon Keeper- In Los Angeles recently the late Francis Murphy temperance advocate went Into a saloon and introduced himself to the owner says the Kansas City Times Gwan you aint Francis Murphy the great temperance man Thats Just who I am I Just drop ped In to say good night and to tell you there will be a series of meetings at the Y M C A every night this week and at 3 oclock tomorrow after noon and I wnnt you to come up or send some of the boys and Well say Im glad to shake your hand I wish there were none of us in this business I dont sell liquor be cause I want to but just because some body else would If I dont So youre Murphy and the speaker looked over the man on the other side of the bar again Say he added let me tell you I admire you and your work I guess thats about as much as a sa loon man could say Except that he will attend my meet IngsWell Mr Murphy Ill do It Tho law compels us to close tomorrow and thatll give me a chance to come and see you Remember Ill be there The man came In two weeks he bad sold his saloon and bought a small fruit ranch a few miles from Los Angeles The Biggest Horse Nebra4 Queen the largest mare on earth Is a product of the breeding farm of S E Sparks at Falls City Neb and iis being exhibited In Kansas just now says the Kansas City Journal Mr Sparks Is to the horse world what Burbank the noted Californian Is to the world of vegetables and fruit It is his purpose to make two big horses grow where one little one grew before and he Is doing It He has raised a number of large horses but none so large and perfect as Nebraska Queen She Is 201 hands high 11 feet 8 Inches in girth 32 inches length of head 0 feet 3 Inches girth 32 inch shoulder 20 Inch throat 30 Inch collar and weighs over 2000 pounds She Is perfect in every proportion kind gen tie and Intelligent of beautiful color and IB truly a model horse Marking Historic Spots One by one the historic spots of Thomastou Me are being marked says the Kennebec Me Journal Nexti In the list will be the site of the oldI mansion Montpcllcr tamed as the home of General Henry Knox Where that palatial structure stood will bo preIsumnbly with a bronie tablet tclllns to the world where Washingtons warr bowlderIr was dislodged I St George and weighs twelve tons The task of conveying it to Thomas ton was begun recently when twenty horses hauled It to the main road The memorial will be erected by Henry Knox chapter Daughters of the Amer lean Revolution of Thomaston and1 the cost has been estimated as high as 42ro Subscribe For The News =Wants Aw JIo r rSALEEastman Koda k Cameras tO to ISONews Office Cloverport Ky FARM for rent For further Information to Mrs Hannah Hardln Holt Ky Fit SALE Reholarsbip in Bowling Green University good for any do partment In that institution Breckenridge NewsANTED50 stork hogs weighing from Mti 100 pounds Heard Ur s Hard Insburg SALE 106 acres of land laying on the branch ar Kirk 100 acres cleared six in woodland Good barn 16 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco cornI or wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write tbfe Breckonrldgo NewsICloverport KyIFOR HALEIpRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Kv LAND FOR SALE I FOR SALEl acres of land situated near Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Kino tobacco land Improve ments one small log dwelling three roomsIgood tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold j Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price 500 For further Information write JnoD Babbage Cloverport Ky- FOR SALEBook of Dcstlnytortunobool at News office BeautifullyBr- edDUROCJERSEY PIGSI Both sex not akin by a fashlonnblybr d son of the Grand Champion Boar of tho worldI and also by a fashionablybred grandson ofIthe Grand Champion Sow of the world Prices jlO to J15 each Heautlfullybrcd reglst redI Shropshire ram lambsfor saleJJ M 8 KirE 1 253 Fifth St Louisville IyI4 i z III Business Secrets Worth Knowing Every man who deposits his cash in aII bank establishes his financial standing hints at the wealth hes not yet eilrnedII carries along enterprises that demand mostly energy at the start and if hisI credit be good enough is allowed to borrow cash against his account without in any way disturbing his standing be fore the business worjd Unanswerable arguments in favor of making use of the services of- BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky Farm For Sale I 82 34 acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport j For particulars address W L NOELL Cloverport Ky JamestownExposition Vi- aAshevilleAnd the Land of the Sky With stopover privileges Go One WayReturn Another- A delightful trip through the pictur esque mountain country of North Caro lina at low rates Forlllustrated litera tvre rates and full information write any agentSOUTHERN RAILWAY- C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agt Louisvilles Ky Preaching Tomorrow Night iDr Donald McDonald of Danville will preach from the Presbyterian pulpit on tomorrow Thursday evening Dr McDonald is recognized as one of the ablest ministers of the State and a large audience should greet him at his ap pointment tomorrow Rev Keenan Here Rev and Mrs J T Keenan and children of ReynoldsburgOhio are the guests of Mr and Mrs Owen Seaton of Mattingly Rev Keenan is pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Reynoldsburg and is highly pleased with his charge He has many rela tives in Breckenridge county who are ap py to know of his success in his great calling o I f Closing OutrcLT uq SALEtIWe are going to close out our Immense stock of General Merchandise at actual cost Mens and Boys Clothing Complete line f Shoe se All kinds of Dress Goods Calicoes Hosiery Shirts Underwear Notions Hats Caps Mattings Cutlery s Queensware Tinware Harness Farm Tools Hard ware of all kinds We also carry a general line of Groceries Our Paints are of a superior quality Beautify your home with a fresh coat of it iI PAINTSand 1 I RM JOLLY t SONS Irvington Kentucky AA1WJt W f KodolIFor Druggists un IIJJ rrr Irn1 1 Frank Hook- DENTIST I have located in Cloverport to do dental work and can be at my office regularly Will receive patients in Dr F L Lightfoots officejj For Farm Garden and Tobacco DISTRIBUTES ANY DRY POWDER PARIS GREEN TO PERFECTIONFOR BY McGlothlan Piggott IRVINGTON Agents for Breckenridge County Subscribe For the News L a c FOR DYSPEPSIADIG- ESTS WHAT YOU EAT Relines Stomacb elcc IngooaoF- or BiciacheWoak Kidneys UjDeWltts Kldnej Bladder PillsSun and Sift rXEfAXID ONLY AT THI LABORATORY O- rE C DoWITT do COMPANY CHICAGO ILL I Sale by aH found KY CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOYERPORTKENTUCKYii We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings I Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our IIWeII Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner YMoneyrt where It trill grow under your own control and grow faster than In any other safe way Write for our free booklet uN which tells all about bow to Bank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay B per cent Interest annually Our capital se cures you Are you doing your K EYESJustice I time to have them tested free by an expert at the- Y i Severs Drug Col Duroe Jersey Hogs and Fine Sheep for Sale Southdowns and ShrOpsliire Rams Get in your order before they are sold E P HARDAWA 1 4 lrvlalte8 Ky j xr- rflail T er c 7 31G3 xb c7 r r y t 7 I i lITirTemay butthoan I active LIVER I t With a well conduqted LIVER labowithoutr k adds a hundred percento f Mea earning capacity It caR be kept In healthful action X by and only b- yTos Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE TShe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1907 PERSONALAND LOCAL Miss Susette Sawyer Is visiting iin Hawenville toH Glascock of McDaniels was l Friday E C Babbage left Monday for Little Rock Ark Miss Grace Ferry was home Sunday from Louisville Mr Jasper Dyer has been ill at his home for several days Little Miss Julia Hills of Richmond is visiting Mrs Mary Oelze Mrs W R Wilson of Paducah has been the guests of relatives Sherman Ball of Hardinsburg spent two days in the city last week Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skill man have been guests at Tar Springs Chas Crary of Middleport Ohio was the guest of Mrs A H Murray Sun dayThomas DelaHunt of Cannelton was the guest of Jno D Babbage Jr Sat urdayMr Edward Caley of Birmingham Ala is visiting his sister Mrs John BurksBowmer and Stephens Durksof Louis ville are the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden of j Mattoon Ill have been the guests of 1 rl1atives daughIi ter of Louisville are visiting her mother Mrs David Wilson Miss Marion Bowmer left last week for Chicago to be the guest of her sister Airs Hugh Adkisson Mr and Mrs Chas P Babbage and son Henry of Louisville are the guests of Capt and Mrs Rowland Miss Fanny Lacy who has been vis iting at Stephensport returned to her home at Hopkinsville Friday Mrs E M Harris of Philpot and Miss Clara Dyer have been visiting their father Mr J J Dyer a Mr and Mrs Alford Watkins of Pueb lo Col will arrive soon to visit his sister Mrs Mamie Moorman I Mrs Chas Skillman and daughter Elizabeth have gone to Morganfieldfor a visit to Mr and Mrs Young IIIMorrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both hones Owensboro Ky 1 Messrs John and Ernest McGary Mr John Head of Owensboro were the i guests of Miss Florence Lewis Sunday 1 rr r Miss Martha J Haynes of Union Star V and Miss Adelle Herndon of Tell City will arrive this week to visit Mrs Chas HookMiss Pearl Elizabeth Beavin of Mat r Ungly was the guest of Miss Nellie Wbiteh use Sunday enroute to her home from Owensboro Mrs Leon McGavock attended the funeral of her uncle Judge W W Ire land of Evansville which took place at Hawesville Friday Mrs W S Givens and daughter Ella and Mary Belle of Hawesville i were here Saturday from Tar Springs enroute for their bomb JJMrs Jess Cannon Misses Ola Faught = Sue White scarver and Maud Conyers v of Owensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sexton Sunday I Mr and Mrs J W May and children Paul Louise and Willie from Ella Arizona are the guests of Mr and Mrs Brown in the West End David Murray Jr of Henderson visited his father at Hardinsburg last week and spent Friday here with his sister Mrs Fred Ferrv Wm Ditto and sons Fred and Hol ten and daughter Miss Cornelia Ditto will go to Louisville this week to make their home at 103 E Chestnut Goldsmith Frymire of Chenault re turned to Lexington last week to re sumo work as fireman on the C O His run is from Lexington to Ashland Mrs David Wilson gave a dinner iparty Wednesday inhonorof herdaugh ftr Mrs T E Pauley of Mattoon Ill lirguests included Steyeral friends and rA k tl ojf tI A P R M Large of Cincinnati was her MondayJno Babbage Jr left Tuesday forJCincinnati Col Henry Head of Rosetta was here Monday Kodak films and plates developed at 0 Brabandts Clarence Penick of Louisville was here Monday on business Penny pictures can be made and finished at Brabandts now J J Whitworth of Stephensport visited the News office Monday Dr Forrest Gabbert of Louisville was the guest of Miss Eva May Sunday Miss May Berry and her guest Mrs C Eckharti of Chicago are visiting in Bowling Green Mr and Mrs Harvey English and daughter Miss Etta of Stephensport went to Tar Springs Monday Mrs Cornelia Wroe and children of Vanzant were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos L Wroe Sunday Mrs Blaine Mrs Roberts Miss Pauline Moorman of Stephensport and Miss Mattie Milner of Union Star went to Tar Springs yesterday Ben Bates has bought back his barber shop at Irvington and returned there with his family this time he says to stay Ben is one of the best barbers in the state and his patrons are glad he is back again RAVHOND RAYMOND KY Winfield Hendry threashed wheat last week He had 618 bushels H W Cashman and Will Avitt cleaned off No 1 telephone line last Friday and SaturdayRev B English preached to a large congregation Sunday He also preached on Saturday Mrs Janie Basham of Mt Vernon Ill Mis Georgia Wallace and son Leland Hardin of Troy Tenn and Mrs Cora Beard and children of Kirk are visiting their mother Mrs Hendry Jame AviU returned home from St Louis last week There will be a picnic at this place on next Saturday Everybody invited Chester Chappell contemplates going to Ceuter Point Indin a few days On July 8 1907 the death angel vis tee the home of H M Claycomb and took rom him his beloved wife Before marriage she was Miss Angie Chappell daughter of Mr and Mas Wm MI Chappell She was married to Martin Claycomb on August 10 ISOg She was born April 18 1874 making her thirty three years of age at the time of her death She joined the church at this place and was baptised when fourteen years of age and lived a true and con sistent member until death She told her friends she was ready and willing to go when her Master cnme for her Not long before death she was heard to say Why dont they take me home Though sick for a long time she bore her illness with a Christian faith and expressed a willingness to go at any time She leaves a husband father mother five brothers two stepsons and host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss She is not dead but gone be fore to prepare a place tor her loved J ones The day before she died she expressed I a desire to see one of her old friends and schoolmate and when told she would be here in a few days she I said It will be too late then She realized her time on earth was but a short time She was laid to rest on the Oth in the Raymond cemetery after a funeral discourse by Rev 1 C Arga bright Her grave was covered with beautiful flowers brought by her monyI friends for that purpose The family have the sympathy of the entire com munity Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers 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 skin itches and bums sore lips or gums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from serious blood poison or the beginnings ot deadly cancer Take Botonic Blood Balm B B D 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 allI swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all Malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for all obstinate cases Im proves the digestion strengthens weak I kidneys Druggists 1 To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent freeI and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and fre emedical advice slant in sealed letter Arm Broken j John Weatherholt Jr ten years of age of near town suffered nbroken arm one day last weektwhileat play Tie fn ury- e isheaHtigaicelp d A PRETTY MILKMAID Thinks Peruna Is a Wonderful Medicine n RocklynlvlIf I feel bettor than I have for over four years I have taken several bottles of Peruna and one bottle of Manalin If I can now do all my work in the house milk the cows take care of the milk and eo forth I think Peruna Is a most wonderful medicine I believe I would bo in bed today if I had not written to you for advice I had taken all kinds of medicine but none did me any good Peruna has made me a well and happy girl I can never say too much for Peruiia Not only women of rank and leisure praise Peruna but the industrious use ful women engaged in honest toil would not be without Dr Hartmans world renowned remedy The Doctor has prescribed it for many thousand women every year and he noverfails to receive a multitude of lot tors like tho above thanking him for his advice and especially for the won rtarful benefits received from Peruna Gone to Rest Mrs Byron Bandy died on the eighth of July 1907 She left us to go to her father whom she had served for sixty years She was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church at Old Free dom and the church has lost a faithful member and we a good mother She always had a loving greeting for her children She was born January 3 1829 and was married April 23 1845 to Mr Byron Bandy her faithful hus band who still survives with the fol lowing children Mrs T J Dowell Mrs T J Triplett R S Bandy W L Bandy J L Bandy S T Bandy and many grandchildren to mourn her de parture She bore her afflictions with Christian fortitude until God relieved her from this world and has taken her up to thos 5 mansions above to wait for our dear father and us children As she has left us a Christian life for example let us ever live as our dear mother did so when we are called to go we may look back on a life well spent and go and live with dear mother where parting is no more Our hearts are so sad when we go to our dear old home and see our dear old father who is left to weep and mourn for her May God bless dear old father and help him to bear his burden Sleep on dear mother And take thy rest God called thee home When He thought best Fanny Bandy Garfield Ky July 15 1907 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 3 100 round trip from on train no 112 Good to return same dicta Special Niagara Falls Excursion Sea son 1907 Dates of sale July 2530 and August 1017 Fare from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return good for 12 days including date of sale will be 1350 These tickets will be sold for certain trains only on above dates For particulars call at the office Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Atlantic City Excursions August 1 8 IS 1925 round trip from Cloverport Call at the office this city for informationHome Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L t k j SALVATION ARMY COLONY FrrA Farming Lands For DeservingI Families From Large Cities Th coming fall will witness the In 1mitfii ration of a now colonization plan L y the Salvation Army says the Pbilu doljiltlu Record Iioserv lag families front the largo cities will be directed to carefully selected districts in the northern part of the south where landowners are willing to provide not only I land and houses but also Implements I horses and even seed and where ad vances for necessary groceries can be obtained on the security of the tenants share of the crops A thousand families nro now ready to go from the cities into the south as fast as the army can arrange for them In locating families In the south two r plans will be followed In every Instance j where possible the arrangement L will bo such that at the end of a cer tain number of years the tenant shall have the option of purchasing the land upon which he te located Where this Is not possible the newcomer will lo cate on the strictly tenant plan with l out option of future purchase Even In this case he has the advantage of beginning as a farmer and with what ho can gather together as a tenant he will bo able to buy some land on his own account The part of the south In which the new colonization work is to be carried l on trill be largely In the Carolinas and Virginia Those sections arc comparatively near to the congested east and good farm land Is cheaper in the south than In any other part of tho country Tho arrangement which can be made with landowners who also furnish houses Implements horses and seed Is usually that the tenant shall keep onehalf of all he produces An officer of the Salvation Array will meet all families upon their arrival In the dif ferent districts and for a time at least will visit them each week to give advice and help them to get started Tire slogan of the Salvation Army In all Its great colonial work Is The landless man for the manless land BEAUTY BEST BRAIN FOOD J Why Missouri Superintendent Reaches Out For Pretty Schoolteachers Seeking ostensibly to lead the youth of the St Louis educational institutions to love their studies more but In reality it may be to make himself popular among the communitys graybeards Professor J Wlllz Andrae su perintendent of public schools of St Louis county recently revealed a plan to bring to St Louis a round hundred pretty schoolteachers from other cities says n St Louis correspondent of the Kansas City Star He divulged that hes had five score applications from young women In Missouri and from Illinois Iowa and Indiana each of whom believed herself comely enough to meet the requirements of the public school pupilsSuperintendent Andrae recently as serted that the average of attractiveness among teachers in his jurisdiction was not high enough He believes he said children would learn more rapidly from pretty teachers than from wo men with wry faces and bad tem pers Applications would be received gladly he added and newspapers in several neighboring states gave publici ty to his announcement The even 100 applications flowed Into his Clayton ofllce In a steady stream Half the applicants sent photographs Many of the others told the superin i tendent they cheerfully would travel hither for personal inspection All thedportraits said Andrae were those of women handsome enough to have good chances In a beauty contest When he showed the pictures to the venerable J school trustees each of the officials betrayed new interest In his duties Anthracite Coals Centenary Just a hundred years ago the first shipment of anthracite coal ever made went from Plymouth Luzerne countyJ to Columbia Lancaster and a number of citizens of Plymouth are now arousing enthusiasm for a cel ebration of this heroic event says the Plttsburg Dispatch Abijah Smith shipped the first cargo of the black diamonds in an ark floating down the 1 Susquehanna river The discovery by Jesse Fell of Wllkesbarre about six months after this shipment that theI new fuel would burn in his grate with Intense heat without nn air blast caus ed many orders to come Into Plymouth for fuel and the chief business of the town ever since has been the mining and shipping of coal- Flitting Time We are rcshlng about now nt our house as busy as busy can be For some of us head for the mountains and some of us head for tho sen We have filled up the big Saratogas for Molly and Amy and Lou Theyre stuffed to the brim with oreaEtlons and every one of em new Fa wanted to cut down oxpensos but mother dear mother said nit For the call of the summer Is on uswo must nit tilt flit Tho dressmakers working her head off to get the last ruffles all done For without the glad clothes In mldsea son theres neer an engagement won We arc fussing and fretting ant fuming The tradesmen are kept on the go Theres cutting and slashing and snipping and trouble and worry nnd woe Pa ifInBut the call of the summer Is on uswe must flit tilt tilteTheres a mountain of baggage all ready and soon well be speeding away Its something to show those old neigh bors when your trunks more than fill up a dray But the smile that pa gives Is quite sickly and I think he just muttered By heckI When mother said Now you be sureii dear to send Us each day a check Hell be tolling away in the city meeting bills that will give him a fit But the call of tho summer Is on us we must flit nIt flit Denver Republican L 1 L I IMEET ME AT NOLTES I I L JAugust 22U J The coming event of the season wx MASONS ANNUAL BARBECUE Always Good forIrm If any thing is needed to prepare the event let us supply you with f = Lawns Dimities Linens Fans Umbrellas Parasols Linen and Straw Hats Belts Lace Hosiery B V D and other Underwear or any I thing short in your apparel d J C Nolle 4 L Bro Cloverport Ky VANDERBILT TRAINING SCHOOL J T Erwin A B A h1 Principal Elkton Ky Prepares boys for best Colleges and Universities Location high and health ful Large campus equipment best in the South strong faculty good town no saloons in county Athletics encouraged Send for catalogue giving in detail what this excellent school offers your boy Opens September 3 1907 Black Jack Notes BLACK JACK KY Dr Hardest is spending a few days with friends at Paynesville Mr and Mrs Lamb spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jim Smith near GustonMr Mrs Mort Brown of Guston Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown Misses Lena and Fanny Dowell entertained recently Misses Lillie and DonaMiller Eula and Tula Prather and Fanny Mae Prather of Louisville Misses Lillie and Done Miller entertained a number of friends Sunday hisser Lula Sipse Fanny Mae Prather Eula and Tula Prather and Messrs Ed Brown Gus Fewton and Charlie Sipse Miss Amanda Sipse of Louisvillewho- is spending her vacation with her mother has been on the sick list but is now able to be out Mrs Rosa B Sipse who has been sick for the past three months we are glad to learn is now able to be out again W B Dowell and Mrs Emma Hugh ines of Big Spring were married at Mr Dowells home at 530 oclock Sun ay afternoon This was quite a surprise to Mr DowelPs friends There were only a few persons present Rev J Willet performed the ceremony An elegant supper was served The W M of A Camp of Guston will give a picnic at Guston July 20 in the Harry Bell Grove Mrs Helia Prather has gone for a few weeks stay with her daughter Mrs Shumate of Stith Valley Miss Hambleton and her guest of St Louis spent Monday with Mrs Lum HambletonMr Lamb is on the sick list Mrs J H Shacklett is on the sick listtDr Hardesty and sons Lon and attended church at St Mortin SundayII Fanny Dowell of Hill Grove spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin Dona Miller of Flint Valley Ties and Timber Wanted The Indiana Tie Co have a large plant in Evansville for treating Railroad ties by which process any class of timber is made as servicnble as white oak They are wanting ties and timber tracts near rail road or river Address thorn at Evansville Ind or F Mathuny Stephensport Ky CHENAULT CHI NAULl KY A delightful rain visited us Thursday and farmers all seem to be in butter spiritsGoodson Frymire returned from Lou Friday MJ and Mrs Tom Smith of Steph spent last Saturday with rand Mrs Abe Bonnet Misses Veronica Manning and Jennie Greenmail spent part of last week the guests of Misses Margaret Stallmann Ada Cunningham and Ermine Warren Willard Allen of Lexington is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs A S Allen Miss Ada Cunningham left Sunday for Brandenburg and Irvingtou for a visit to friends and relatives t eo J F Jarboe and son Gerald were in Stephensport last week on business Miss Jennie Groenwell of Rhodeltn who has been visiting friends and relatives here for some few weeks return ed home Sunday Mrs Wm Gardner of Irvington teas hero a few days last week Mr and Mrs Carl M Heim of Bloomington Ind formerly of Cannel ton Ind will be in next week for a visit to friends and relatives Abe Bennett who has been in bad health for some time went to Louisville Monday for treatment accompanied by Dr Parr of Derby Ind Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will nil the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes The fits of sneezing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as to yourself will be cured when the causes that pro duce it are removed Cleanlisncsc comfort and health renewed by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Ice Cream And Box Supper busupperi day night July 20 for the benefit of the church It will begin at 5 ocloak p m Every young lady is invited to bring a box of lunch Now boys re member tc bring a full pocket book and come fully intending to spend There will be plenty of refreshments furnish ed on the grounds O W Elmore Jim Marlowe 0 W Rice C L Goff- Committee Business Positions There are few if any vocations that offer more certain and more speedy promotion in business than does short hand Now that the whole country is mprosperous and nearly every business man wanting a reliable stenographer it VS behooves young people to prepare ithemselves in this easilyacquired art promotion to learn it well enough to take an office The Business University at Bowling Green Ky will furnish all information concerning time terms etc The Serious Danger of The Loving Cup The recent brief epidemic of tonsili tis at Bryn Mawr College was confined to the girls who drank from the loving cup passed at the annual banquet given by the juniors to the seniors The banquet was on Friday evening and the epidemic appeared on Sunday Though there was a large number of light cases of tonsilitis all are traceable to the infiction conveyed by the loving cup It seems about time that the use of a common cup whether it be a loving v 1 cup or communion tup should give way out of regard for the common a health A common cup is not essential v l l to social or spiritual communion Both sentiment and faith will survive readilyiI Weekly n i s R V Vri i r rq OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys k Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through Your kidneys once every three mlnutss find and t3 have yourblood ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectedddney unsteadyheartI they had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin fling In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy 1Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases Is sold on its merits I by all druggists in fifty cent onedollar slz You may a to sample bottle by mall nom of swunpitoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find 4 out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer A Co Binghamton N1 Dont make any mistake but remember tb I name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and tho aMress Binghamton N Y- onI every bottle 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 off in flesh until I was treated with Denn Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure It made a big improvement at once Cured me right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market St Canton 0- RHEUMATISMI A CJJRED IN 3 DAYS WITH I DENNS SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY CURi THE DISCOVERCR 10 YEARS ON CRUTCHES WAS CURED IN 3 DAYS 2575 i All D8J4Unr DENNS 5S5C CO COLUMDUS O I 25SOLDt Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky H DeN nOORMAN Attorney at Law- tiARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In nil of the Courts of lireckenrldge and adjoining coun ter Special attention given to colictlons road cases und criminal practice License to practice In United States Dlstric Courts Office over Hunk of Hardlnsburc L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverpo 507 A M stops at Howard on flag onl y arrive at Louisville 725 A M- NoI12nallyMail and i xpressleavesd o 939 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Olu Terport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of OIoverport except Mystic arrIves al Louisville 7 j33 p m Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Clo verport accommodation arrives Cloverport 848 am No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport 843 110 m arrives Loulsvlllo 1125 p m makes all stops except AddIson Sam pie Mystic Loulburg Webster Long Branch Hurtles and Howard WEST nOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Oioverport fcccommodatlot leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrIves Evansville 900 a m expressleavesUawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m TraIn No 113 Moil and Express daily arrives Clovorport 740 p m Evansville 1030 pm Stops at all stations No llSdally St Louis fasttralnleavesClo TerporUl 06 PM arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louts 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only loaves Clo vrrport 975 a m arrives Evansville 12 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates betweenLouIsvillecars and reclining chair cars on trains 145and 144 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND leavlIsFordsvllle430 amTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllln 330 p m arrives Irvington 590 p mTrain No6 Sunday onlY FordsvlllefliSOn m Irvington 903 a m WEST ROUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1055 am arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves 1rvln ton 650 p m arrives Fordsvllle 940 P m- GREAT Summer Discountnow on at Drauptlions Practical Business Col loges Kvansvlllo and Paducah POSITIONS sbcured or money back Slay It prefer take lessons IIY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost of board etc Write tor catalogue and Summer Discount Card Draughon8 II College Co Incorporated I THE CHILDREN LIKE IT KENNEDYS LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP X VMtrt to sneeze can be stopped on the Instant by pressing the upper lip yelp hard with the fingers It Is a remedy that rarely tails i r 4 0 w J I r HE TOLD THE COURT John D Rockefeller Lcs Bare to the World Some of the Standard Oil Scores THE NET RESULT CF INQUIRY Chief of the Revelations Was That Establishing the Connection of the Big New Jersey Company With the Standard 011 Company of Indiana Chicago July 9The attorneys for the Standard 011 company Monday declined to submit any further evidence In the investigation held on Saturday by Judge Landis In the United States district court Judge Landis then announced that sentence would be passed on the Standard 011 Com pany of Indiana which was convicted of using Illegal railroad rates on Augusts Chicago July SThe net results of the examination of John D Rocke feller president of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey by Judge K M Landis of the federal court hero Saturday may be briefly summarized asfollowsStandard Oil Company of New Jer sey holds 199500 of the 1000000 worth of the capital stock of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana Outstanding capital stock of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey amounts to faS300000 Net earnings of the Standard 011 Company of New Jersey for the years 1903 1904 and 1905 approximated 170800000 Dividends paid on the capital stock of the Standard 011 Company of Now Jersey during those years approxi mated 40 per cent of the capital stock or about 40000000 The Standard 011 Company of New Jersey owns by far the major portion of the stock of the Union Tank Line companyUnion Tank Line company with a capital stock of 3500000 Is 5000 000 in debt and has paid no dividends since 1901- When Mr Rockefeller reputed to be the richest man in the world was roseIIdly toward the witness conclusion of the oath and in response to the usual question as to whether he would tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth he bowed his head In affirma tion and said I do The witness was questioned entire ly by Judge Landis He spoke slowly and with much deliberation ponder ing his answers carefully before h gave them Many of them were ut tered in so low a tone that they were Inaudible ten feet from his chair Before making any reply to the ques tions of the court the witness almost Invariably fixed his eyes upon his attorneys as if waiting to see whether or not they desired to Impose objec dons Once satisfied on this point he answered promptly Judge Lan die plied him with questions regard ing the financial strength and the business methods of the corporation of which he Is the head THREE MORE WEEKS Will Be Required to Complete the Haywood Trial Boise Idaho July SThe attor neys for William D Haywood have completed the details of their plans for the final week of the defense which began with the opening of court this morning Interest In the trial this time centers In the forth coming appearance upon the stand of Haywood who It is claimed has been the moving force In the Western Fed eration of Miners for the past several years and one of his codefendants Charles Moyer the president of the miners organization Viewed In the light of the closing plans for the defense and prosecution there seems little hope that the trial which has already been in progress for two months can be brought to an end inside of three weeks The de fense will require at least all of the five or six days yet for it Is announc ed that Haywood when he takes the stand will be prepared to lay bare his entnre life history MR HARRIMANS CASE The President Now In Possession of Commissioners Report Oyster Bay L I July 10Presl dent Roosevelt has received the re port of the interstate commerce com mission setting forth facts and con elusions arrived at as a result of the Investigation of E H Harrimans al leged manipulations of certain rail roads finances A copy of the report also has been sent to Attorney General Bonaparte and the statement was made by Secretary Loeb that Mr Bonapartes recommendations as to future proceedings by the government In the matter doubtless would be awaited by the president before he directed any further move The con clusions of the commission it was added would not be made public until tho attorney generals recommenda tions shall have been received Caught on the Track Boonvllle Ind July 8Taylor Mc Aha aged fiftyfive and single was hit by a ooal train while he was walk ing alonr the Southern tracks and- erttre4 atari tPMt tIt 14111 Iii 4116 Lo J4IIk FOLLOWING CLUES Detectives Chose on Trail1 of Runyans Missing Loot Now York July 12Harry Kirk stoln a close friend of Mrs Laura Carter in whose apartments Chester B Runyan tho teller of the Windsor Trust company who embezzled 96 000 of tho companys funds was ar rosted arraigned and held for hear ing It is said Marie Duncan Mrs Carters colored maid has told the district attorney that on July 2 Mrs Carter set her to Klrksteln with a package which she believed contained moneyThe police department sent an offi cer to Chicago to bring to New York Flora Wood Mrs Carters sister who was arrested there last night and who It Is believed may know some- thIng about the 25000 which is still missing out of the amount Runyan took from tho bank- BRIBERY CHARGED Ohio Banker Is Alleged to Have Ap proached the Prosecutor Pomeroy 0 July 12A special grand Jury returned an Indictment against Banker E C Fox of Middle port charging him with attempting to bribe Prosecuting Attorney Albert P Miller Fox was immediately arresiril and brought Into court when he wee placed under bond Tho Indictment grows out of the wrecking of the Mid dleport bank last September at which time 115000 in deposits disappeared Fox was Indicted at the time but has not been brought to trial Miller claims that In March Fox approached him with a proposition to nolle the In dictment against him In consideration of 2000 to be paid to Miller Miller had two witnesses secreted behind curtains to hear Foxs proposition THE COST OF IT ALL What Yale Pays Annually for Athletlo I Amusementts New Haven Conn July 12The financial report of the Yale Financial Union covering receipts and expenses of the four major sports at Yale base i ball football track athletics and boat Ing shows for the fiscal year ending September 1 1906 total receipts of 106219 and a profit over expenses counting payment of a boatcVub mort gage and other payments of 18007 Baseball brought In 22406 with ox penses of 18691 boating 7026 with expenses of 15193 track athletics 2362 and expenses of 12653 and football 73429 with expenses of 35552 Downfall Due to Women Louisville Ky July 12B Freeman Robinson alias Robert Frazier was positively identified by James Denny as the alleged defaulting em ploye of Glllesple Young New Or leans cotton exporters It is charged that he defrauded the firm to the extent of 26000 He is said to have left New Orleans last March after the alleged shortage was discovered He was afforded time to make resti tution but fled He was held here on the charge of robbing Haagers bowling alley Robinson owes his downfall to three women It is said Wanted In Colorado Atlanta Ga July 12W W Ralpee charged with being Implicated In government land frauds In Colorado was arrested here by the United States authorities He was unable to furnish the 2500 bond required for his appearance in Colorado In September and unless he can do so In fortyeight hours he will be taken back to Colorado Ralpee has been In Georgia some time working for a gold mining company but only came to Atlanta a few days ago Important Official Disappeared Dublin July 12A rumor is current here to the effect that the portion of state regalia valued at 250000 which was stolen fromDublln castle recently and for the return of which the gov ernment has offered a reward of 5000 was removed by an Important official of the order of St Patrick who has disappeared A Bonus for White Labor San Jose Costa Rica July 12The Costa RIcan congress has Issued a de cree authorizing the government to spend 20000 yearly for eight years in the promotion tit the Immigration of white laborers and agriculturists to Costa Rica The money will be used to pay the passage of laborers and their families to this country Handicap Winner Beaten Memphis July 12Jeff W Blanks winner of the Grand American handi cap at Chicago was among beaten shooters competing at all southern meets of the Memphis Gun club grounds high gun among amateurs being Abe Frank with 18 killed out of a possible 200 Auto at the Vatican Rome July 12Great surprise has been caused in Vatican circles by the fact that the papal secretary Cardinal Merry del Val has bought a powerful automobile It was generally sup posed that the pope would not counte nance the cardinal riding In motorcars Sent Back Stolen Picture Berlin July 12The portrait of Emperor Nicholas of Russia which was mysteriously stolen from the gal lery of this city Tuesday was returned to tire gallery by mall today I ilJ v Ir The Hagues View of It The Hhgue July 8The sentiment of the delegates to tho peace confer once regarding the question that has arisen between the United States and Japan Is that tho situation Is unfor tunate for both countries as the orig inal Incident causing tension between the two countries Is disproportionate to the grave results which may fol low The question the delegates think Is likely to create a hostile atmosphere endangering their recipro cal commerce to which the former friendly relations has opened vast fields I will mail you free to prove mertI samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative and my Book ort either Dyspepsia TheI Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symlomp of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptoms only Symptom treatment isjj 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 and you inevitably hove weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Re storative has made its fame No other remedy e en claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloatlngbilioiisness bid breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write me today for sample and free Book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The Restorative is sold sold by Severs Drug Co Oyster Pay N Y July SThe sig nificance of Hear Admiral Brownsons addition to the somewhat meager in formation which has come from President Roosevelt regarding the y contemplated twoocean maneuver of the Atlantic battleship fleet Is regard ed here as having been overlooked In the comment expert and otherwise which has sInce been Indulged in on both continents Admiral Brownson came to Oyster Bay Friday to take lunch with the president professing ignorance of the maneuver plans When he left Sagamore Hill to take the train for Washington the admiral had one thought which he wished em phasized that it was desirable and important to demonstrate to the world how quickly the American navy could transfer its fighting strength from one ocean to the other This was distinctly an addition to the presidents previous statement Issued I through Secretary Loeb whereln the object of the maneuver was said to be an exercise movement for the ben efit of the navy to perfect its training In fleet exercise on an extended scale the purpose and effect of the plan being for the benefit of the navy aloneWhat came from President Roose velt through Admiral Brownson is decidedly1 a different and much broad er design President Roosevelt has been consistent in advocating a large navy as the surest guarantee of peace between the United States and all for eign powers Heretofore a largett navy has been reckoned solely from the point of view of the number of ships their tonnage armor guns and fighting capacity With this ideal the American navy has grown steadily To the somewhat uninteresting are ray of ships and tonnage President Roosevelt now proposes to give the world a somewhat startling demon stration of what the American navy is capable of doing to protect either or both of the extended shores of the United States As Admiral Brown son said There is no time like the present for such a demonstration a time when the United States is at perfect peace with every nation In everything that has come from the president regarding the movement it has been indicated that the fleet wherever It may go is to be brought back to tho Atlantic and I that the return is to be as great a demonstration of speed as the out ward Journey GreatRelief I During that trying period in which women so often suffer from nervousness backache sick headache or other pains there is nothing that can equal Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They stop the pains soothe the nerves and give t- 0Woolen the relief so much desired If taken on first indication of y pain or misery they will allay the irritable condition of the nerves and save you further suffering Those who use them at regular intervals have ceas ed to dread these periods They contain no harmful drugs and leave no effect upon the heart or stomach if taken as directed They give prompt relief- I have been an Invalid for 9 years I have neuralgia rheumatism and pains around the heart By using Dr Miles AntiFain Pills I am relieved of the pain and get sleep and rest I think had I known of the Pain Pills when I was first taken sick they would have cured me I recommend them for periodic pains MRS HENRY FUNK B AkronO bytyourthe first package will benefit If It falls he will return your money W doses 25 cents Never sold IIn bulk Milo Medical Co Elkhart Is4 I ri ur oI sr ot p The First Annual Meeting ol th- eBreckenridge County Fair will be held at Hardingsburg ISSS Sept 3 07 A premium list ol nearly three thousand dollars one of the best equipped grouncs In the State a total Invest ment of about 8500 guarantee one of the very greatest fairs ever held In Kentucky rtl0t W n BQWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident rr Cues SKILLMAN AsstCashlcr The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited w + THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgrw l53 S 5353 S53S 53 525 Y 1i JY T 1The most centrally located ard firstclass hotel in the city 1200 rate onlJII Only one block from the shopplnglAUtrlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass tbe door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and Iclea- nr 1 8 71 First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden B H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits 8 WHY WE LAUGH A Little Nonsense Now and Then Is Relished by the Wisest Jllenc Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name fora three months trial subscription for either of these and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIES- WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of iime Addrees Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern Railway In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and Butte 3550 Spokane 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and other CALIFORNIA points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest i CheayDne way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast CFor mapsfoders and complete information call onj your oea agent or IcyC I KyJ J JIlti Tnt wto + d iJftlnT fl4j4 1 a++ J oF c rw OOQtO O OIQllaQIIQQQlOOO jfc The effect of Scotts Emulsion on thin j pale children is magical I 1 It makes I thmplump rosy active happy s1 I It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and boneI digestedbyALL DRUGGISTS 5Oc AND SlOO OOOOOOOOOO OO OOO MANY SURPRISES PROMISED he Hargls Case Continued Until Next Monday Sandyhook Ky July 10 Special dge W B Moody last night decided i continue the case of Judge James rargls charged with killing Dr B D ox at Jackson four years ago until ext Monday and Instructed the com monwealth to have their witnesses resent and ready for the trial The lost Important witnesses for the com onwealth are scattered over four or- t re states In the West but every ort will be made by the prosecution i i get the witnesses on the ground time for the opening of court Mon i ay From Attorney Floyd Byrd it as learned today that the prosecu I on would have many surprises to this trial It Is reported rlnbdurIng eyewitness would be In prove the confession of Q indictQIB assassination of Dr Cox Free for Catarrh just to prove merit Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh emedy Let me send it now It is a ow white creamy healing antiseptic dm Containing such healing ingre ents as Oil Eucaliptus Thymol enthol etc it gives instant and last g relief to Catarrh of the nose and I roat Make the free test and see for mrself what this preparation can and 111 accomplish Address Dr Shoop adneWis Large jars 50 cents Sold f Severs Drug Co Owenton Ky July DThe grand ry of Owen county for the June rm has just made a report to Clr lit Judge B F Menefee The report the culmination of investlsations ltd the fiscal affairs of the county hlch have been in progress for several months The indictments Include lalfeasance in office obtaining monI y under false pretenses and falseII wearingCounty Judge W P Yancey is In icted twice for malfeasance in of t co T P Prather magistrate andtt ember of the fiscal court is Indicted hree times for like offenses Magisc ratiJ C Jones is called upon to nswrr one indictment for matreacc ante one for false swearing and one or obtaining money under false pre enses Jacob Ball and W E King f the fiscal body County Clerk R J J Valker former County Superlnten entof Schools M H Bourse and ex ounty Clerk W P Swope are among he others indicted i i Stock 3 Profits can be greatly Increased by giving spedal care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm r Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs 1 1horses etc depend on their averse to keep them wellI BlackDraughtStock Medicinek- eeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medldne Is i pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera CoHc DIst- emper Coughs Colds Constipa tion Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and alll tha common stock diseases- It is a perfect medicine for zen eral farm ise Try It I Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers A Few of the Lecturers GOV FOLK DR GRAY GEO STUART SPURGEON of England PRES EVERETT CAPT IIOBSON t AS of E OPIE READ i BISHOP GALLOWAY FATHER VAUGHN MIDNIGHT BOAT RIDE Led to Death of Two Young Peopl In Lagoon Park Cincinnati July 8Fred Gross an Miss Clara DIerkes were drowned Iin the lagoon lake at Ludlow Ky They were with a party of friends which engaged three boats early in the even Ing About midnight they were called in by the boatman and Gross suggested that they take one more ride Shortly after the boatmen f charge heard cries from the center of the lake and rowing hastily to where they came from found an empty boat half filled with water Grappling in the vIcinity they found the two bodies and hastened ashore with them When there Is the slightest indication of indigestion heart burn flatulence or any form of stomach tJoublo take a little Kodol occasionally and you willI be afforded prompt relief Kodol is a compound of vegetable acids aud roj talus the juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol digests what you eat makes your food do you good Sold ball druggists VVJy tee Heard at Special Term Frankfort Ky July 6 Attorney W B Moody of the Henry county bar has been appointed by Governor Beckha and commissioned to preside at thei trial of Judge James Hargis and oth ers charged with complicity In thei assassination of Dr B D Cox at Jack son Breathitt county several year- ago I A special term of the Elliotttt circuit court to which the cases wereI sent on change of venue has been called for Tuesday next Judge Moody will leave at once for Sandy Hook the county seat of Elliott county The Charming Woman is not necessarily one of perfect form- an i features Many a plain woven- who I could never serve ae an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and thatl sprightliness of step and action that ac company good health A physically weak woman is never attractive no even to herself Electric Bitters restores weak women give strong nerves brightt eyes stnoothe velvety skin beautifulI complexion Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 50c In the Hands of a Receiver Louisville Ky July 9 O G Gall has been appointed receiver for thei Starr Dry Goods company a Fourth street retail establishment by the federal court in response to the petition of creditors who instituted bank ruptcy proceedings The petition alleges the liabilities of the firm ar 130000 with assets of about 75000 Tackled the Wrong Man Lexington Ky July 8A special1 from Jackson Breathitt county says Taylor Qamblll went to tho home of exCounty Judge E C Duff In Perry county and attacked Duff firing a pistol at him Duff returned the fire and killed Gamblll Handsome Home Burned Paducah Ky July 11 Ellesley the country home of George C Wallace a capitalist at Arcadia near Paducah burned to the ground The place tIs said to be the handsomest in the Purchase Loss 50000 partially in cured Another Kentucky Judge Frankfort Ky July 10 Governor Beckham has named R H Blain of Louisville to be city Judge of that city in place of the Judge who was removed by the decision of the Ken tucky court of appeals Hanged Self In Jail Lexington Ky July 11 Aaro McCabe colored under death Sept ence for the murder of Martin Clark hanged himself in tho county Jail A Nappy Man Is Amos F King of Port Byron N Y 85 years of age since a sore oh his leg which has troubled him the greater part of hif life has been entirely healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve the worlds great healer of Sores Burns Cuts Wounds and Piles Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 25c Hardinsbur Young Lady Enters Heralds Contest Miss Blanche Read of Hardinsburg has been nominated as a candidate in the Louisville Heralds popularity con test She fs the only candidate from Breckenridge county and is a fair rep resentative of this district Long Live The King is the popular cry throughout European countries while in America the cry of the present day is Long live DrKngs 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 MrsflPaines opinion is shared by a majority 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 Severs Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial bottle 1free Interesting Letter Lockport Niagara Co N Y Editor of Breckenridge News Noticing the seemingly low excur sion rates advertised in your interesting and newsy paper from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and prompted by no further recompense than the warm feeling I have for the silver tongued J Kentuckian caused by the genial re ception and entertainment both Mrs Babbage and the writer had at the i hands of our friends and many of the littleyi year ago I take pleasure in writing this article for your paper hoping itIwill be ofsome interest to your readersjj more especially to those who are con themNiagara Frontier this summer As you will no doubt enter the Empire State over one of the ourI trunk lines Erie R R Lake Shore Pennat I R R first place Ibe the beautiful Chautauqua Lake 10II sated in Chautauqua county ten milestt from Lake Erie in the highest altitude in this section of New York a sparkling clear water Lake nestled in among the hills covered with rich Vineyards and farm lands and on whose shores the annnunllyJWhen entering Buffalo the queen city of the lakes and but twenty miles from the great Niagara if your trans portation allows dont fail to stop at the Bison city Walking two blocks to stationtwhere all trains arrive you come todMain street Buffalos great thorough fare Three blocks to the right now brings you to Ellicott sq building said to be the largest office building in the world The beautiful McKinley Monument here will be dedicated dur ing Buffalos Old Home Coming weekI in September in memory of him who was so cruely assassinated at the Pant American Exposition in Buffalo Other ppointsZooethe Albright Art galery etc You canc go to Niagara Falls by Trolley every IS minutes I hope this short article may be of some assistance to my Kentucky friends or to the many readers of the News in their trips to the Niagara Frontier the present year Wishing the News much prosperty I am very truly E H Babbage l TilE TEXAS WONDERb Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street J St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials GoldsmithDitto i Mrs Mary Ellen Ditto announces the marriage of her daughter Jennie Ran kin to Mr Harry Goldsmith on Wednesday I June 26 which took place atv Goldsmithn a have just returned to Louisville after aa wedding trip east and are now at home at 1618 Floyd Street Thousands ot people are daily suffer i ing with kidney and bladder troubles dangerous ailments that should be checked promptly DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are the best remedy for backache weak kidneys iinflatn niatiou of the bladder Their action is prompt and sure A weeks treatment I for 25c Sold by all druggists MADISONVILLE Entertains State Sunday School Convention Next Month The fortysecond annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School As sociation will be held at Madisonville August 27 V8 20 The meeting pro u ises to be one of the best Inthe history of the association on account of the splendid program which has been ar ranged The main sessions will be held in the Tabernacle and other meetings will be held in the Baptist Christian Methodist and Presbvteriaii churches The Sunday Schools of Breckenridge county are much interested in the cow lug convention and expect to send rep resentatives A Memorable Day One of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is one which we became acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the bowels right 25 at Severs Drug- Store Big Reception For Visitors Mrs John T Ditto and Mrs James S Baldwin gave a reception at the home of Mrs Ditto7723 West f 7 Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Addie Ditto of Louisville Ky sister inlaw of Mrs Ditto and Miss Sarah Dishman of New Albany Ind sister of Mrs Baldwin Three hundred invitations were issued Garden flowers were used for decora 1 tions throughout the house In the front parlor sweet peas and smilax were used In the back parlor nasturtiums were used with the smilax The prettiest effect was in the dining room which was in white and ersen daisies tend smilax Huge bunches of smilax were used on the dining table side board and china cabinet Smilax was draped around the chandelier anc brought down the four corners of the tableAs the guests arrived they were met in the hall by Miss Evaline Bixby and Mrs George A Stadler Mrs Ditto and Mrs Baldwin were assisted through thkhous by Mesdames W J Davidson W H Starr Graham W H Penhallegon Robert Clary and E J Haines and Misses Mary Clary and Maud Martin byiMisses Lucy Penhallegon Marie and Helen Morgan Esther Starr Ruth At terberry Lucy Cloyd and Zada Imbo Little Miss Edna Richmond met the guests at the front door Light refreshments were served in the dining room Mrs Margaret Love cateredDecatur Review Piles get quick and certain relief from Shoops Magic Ointment Please it is made alone for Piles and it action is positive nnd cetin Itching ainful protruding or blind piles disap pear like magic by its use Large nick elcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by Drug Co- Sues for 15000 The Meade County Messenger says We predicted last week that the race for the Legislature in this county would be the warmest and most bitterly fought in years aud our predictions are prov ug true Quite a sensation was caused ore Monday afternoon when it became generally known that Hon Gus W Richardson through his attorney J D Hardin had filed suit against Hon A Thompson for slander asking damages to the amount of 15000 uMr Richardson in his petition says that Mr Thompson has within the last twelve months in the presence and hear ing of D R Shacklett Forest Stith and others falsely and maliciously spoke of and concerning him using these words Gus W Richardson while I was sick typhoid fever forged my name to note on the Hardinsburg bank for 310 I had to pay it to keep him out ol the penitentiaryMr iis the present Representative from this county and is seek ing the Democratic nomination again Mr Richardson announced his candi dac for the nomination in Vit issue They are also brother Iiilaws We understand that Mrs Hardin will have associated with hUll one of Louis villes most prominent lawyers Subscribe For the News 4 IIAWonderful Oil Stove ideas Reduces ex for moment lighting NEW PERFECTION Blue Flame Oil CookStove Its heat Is highly concentrated Does not overheat tho kitchen Oil always at maintained Three sizes Fully warranted descriptivedreular L u O Lamp the for best aI1 round household use Made of brass throughout and beautifully Per fectly constructed absolutely ute unexcelled in lightgiving an ornament to any room lamp warranted If not at your dealer write to our agency- STANDARD OIL COMPANY INCORPCBATJCD New York July Chester B Run yan the defaulting teller of the Wind sor Trust company was arrested In New York last evening and 54410 of the money stolen from the bank was recovered Runyan was found In the apartment of Mrs Laura Carter of 619 West 144th street whore ho had been since he out of the bank on Saturday with all the money In the vault packed In his suitcase It is expected that the Wellman party will start for the pole in the beginning of August Bid sick headaches biliousness 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tllustraredere Department THE COLOR WORK THE SUBSCRIBERS international subscribing September Subscription Century Square and Ten your acres Park get Three Bands i ROUNDS IMPERIALLadies JEFFRIES TIIIRD REGIMENT Two Male Quartets Readers Etc Wonderful Trained Animals t Write W F Maylott Superintendent Owensboro Ky for 34 Page Program I P I I 7- A I TwIi d F I jMasonicAnd Picnicm SAT II II II HARDINSBURG r x f Of Local News Of KY Falls of was the guest of Mr and Mrs i1 H Beard Mr and Mrs M Beard wore the of Col and Mrs E L at at the State Bar hold at Green last v and Mrs Louis D Fox of were the guests of Mr and Mrs W Sun I day Mr and Mrs Wm left for whore in atives at and Basin last week Hon G W Beard and John P Jr the of lIon H M at from this place the ball game at port last W B Taut of was in town on a Helen of field in Mr and Mrs M Heston Miss Brown of is tho of Rev and Mrs Isaiah camp was by folks A large of were A of young have L f a lawn tennis club The II- f court is on Roy Jot i i on Main street Mr John L and Miss et vine have been Mr and Mrs W F ed home John E Keith of I of Louis ville is her the Rev and Mrs J H Mr and Mrs Edtill E of arc his Dr and Mrs J C Mra was the guest of at last week Orrin were the of Mr and Mrs Joel H 1 week T J Moore spent at the guest of Mrs of Clo is Mr and Mrs N He ton NOTES Work on the half mile track is Tim Fair has a 600 which will lie used by the com mittee to keep down the dust on on the road and 3 The of the Fair have been and are ready for Two wore cattle barn and the and hog pens have been Of The infant of Mr and Mrs Ed Jr of this city died of after a short illness Foot Mr Joe Elder near town a severe to his foot on last He was at work on a when m some manner his foot was and S July I storage charge will be assessed against freight ship ments held over 48 hours F D Ferry Agent TAR FORK KY Tom of was hero with the from this the at and Mrs Cecil to their home in last after a visit of a few weeks to Ed of here en route to burg Mr W W who is his Mrs T H Bates has been ill but is recover who has been in feeble health for years is worse and Dr Win is him A good rain fell which was Mr of Askin was in this on a of is here with his sister Mrs Asher and Ed and Os car to the summer There will be an ice cream sup per at Cave the 20th Mrs Thos H Bates has been very ill In Loving Angie wife of Martin of died at her home July 8 of Mrs Clay comb had been for some time but bore her sickness until the end The deceased was the only of and was born in Meade county Ky April 18 months and 20 days old when the end the husband there are two step sons father mother and five brothers to mourn her death She united with the church of at the age pf fourteen years and lived an life Just before her death she called her loved ones to her SAT AUG 3 IT avrm I oiJt411r I Both Candidates for Governor jii I S W HAGER and A E WILLSON and asked them to meet her in heaven The deceased was a devoted compan ion a good and was highly by her many friends and ac Funeral were by Bro in Girls The crack baseball team known as the Boston Bloomer Girls was de feated in this city Friday by the Clo verport team 3 to 4 The weather was fine and a large crowd was out to see the game which was from to end The result of the game was a feather in the caps of the boys and will be the of a live career for the team Chin Music Party Carters Ky Mary Carter gave a chin music party social talking bee II or what ever you want to call it at this place night Those that were Alice Will and James Florence Irene and Laton Elder Frank Tom and Maggie Carter of Annie Curtis Alfred and Everett Miller Carl and Verna Tinius Bessie and Will Mitchell of Holt Mort Jim Beavin Nick and Dessie Carter of Nat and Ed Frank and Lillian Green wood of near Tucker Floyd Carter of Will port Mrs M A Elder Lake Village Ark Ollie Walker Dessie Roy and Bernard BeAvin of this place Stoy and Wave of Flat Mr and Mrs James Tinius of Holt Mr andI Mrs Forrest of Mr and Mrs Ed and Mr and Mrs Pat of this place Ice cream was served Mort Frank ad Joe made their debut j into society that night Yes they butted in tried to talk to all the pretty girls at the party and received a basket of mitts June Carter known as Rain in the Face was voted a cromo for having the most crooked nose The girls call him Polly One girl asked him if he wasnt from Nat who has just from the climbed a pole made the boys a long speech tell ing them how they civilized hum in the Orient He says if three years with Uncle Sams army in the make I I BiggerIattendI t Special Round Trip Rates on the Railroad jII- tt I For Particulars See Large Posters II fsm fam fSm fSm HARDINSBURG HAPPENINGS County Sea- tIIAltlINSBURG Willis Grccnof Hough Sunday Percy guests Robertson Glendeane SundayJudge Henry Moorman tended Association Bowling weekMr Stophensport Gilaswell Duvall Monday Carrollton relativesC Owens tripMissIrvington Iw Springs Haswell attended funeral Jolly FridaySeveral attended Clover Friday Mattingly Monday business Adams Loitch visiting Charles Paintsville guest ClineKingswood meeting wellattended Hardinsburg Sunday number people present number people organized Moormans Waggoner daughter Carrieof Faye Tennwho visiting Tuesday MondayMrs visiting parents Lennan Sutton Louisville visiting parents Sutton Lucretia Hensley relatives Owensboro MondayMissvisitingMrCloverportMr Hardin guests Sunday Glendeane friends Frances Sawyer verport visiting Alfred 010P- AIn progressing satisfactorily gallon sprinkler Masonic picnic grounds August catalogues printccf distribution thousand sheep completed Death Infant fourmonthsold Gregory Monday night tubercular Mashed received injury Friday mowing machine caught badly mashed Notice- Commencing TAR FORK Tabeling Vanzant relatives Fourth Several vicinity attended picnic Hardinsburg- Mr Tabeling returned Wichita Kansas Wednesday relatives Ewing Pellville passed through Hardins McCarty visiting daughter James Chancellor Howard attending Thursday badly needed McNally vicinity Friday business tripVachiel Hinton Louisville Newby brothers spend Spring Saturday night Remembrance Claycomb Raymond Monday consumption suffering patiently daughter Morgan Ohappell 2tRaymond upright Christian neighbor esteemed quaintances services conducted Tuesday afternoon Argabright Interment Raymond cemetery bloomer Defeated interesting beginning Cloverport possibly beginning Landing Saturday attended Wagner HitesRun Pumphrey Cloverport Johnson Irvington Bashamof Stephens Margerite Hawkins Jennings Persimmon Jennings Cloverport Greenwood Greenwood Pumphrey Greenwood Mulhatton Jerusalem Johnson returned Philippines telephone Philippines Will be present and addresses I I Roundup tripMrs Hookreturn Cloverport andchildren purchased issuedThe meningitis ingMr cameBeside man be up Zoo and put lA young lady Old old was He told her- r fimI flIS That if you will do your part and it well Cadicks Gold Flour will do the rest Youll bakestuffs for the food the Gods too If you arent having good bread and its probaly the fault the flour Perhaps youve never Cadicks Gold Flour If so its you did Dont but order now IICadick Milling Co Gran1 i iIiitif f1jiiJjlefiiB JB 125 + ROUND TRIP FROMt Brandenburg Irvington Guston Ekron and all Branch line Points t- oLOUISV1LLEKENTUCKY WEEK END EXCURSION VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE On Saturday July 20 Special Train Leaves Fordavlllc 6 30 a m- IIardlneburg 14 Irvington 0 10 Guston 9 18 Ekron 9 20 Brandenburg 9 34 Making stops at Intermediate points Returning leaves Louisville at 600 p m FOR FULL INFORMATION ASK THE AGENTI dont civilize a he ought to boxed shipped to a on exhibitionfv certain asked Mull how he do Dust have fit of pastry of used Dust time wait a sack 8 I he could not recollect as he had been on eartK twice And then the band played Old Black Joe jJoe Mullmttqn JrJ a bI- I p t a