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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt I of ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT r VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1907 8 Pages NO 2 FAR BELOWAN AVERAGE t New Crop of Wheat Will Be Be tween 60 and 70 Per Cent of an Average Tho biggest portion of the wheat crop of this county has been threshed afford ing a fair estimate of the yield As estimated by threshing men and farmers in various sections the crop will be only between sixty and seventy per cent or- an average yield Much of It is being marketed many farmers preferring the present prices to holding it for higher prices on an uncertainty tSUED FOR LIBEL IN SUM OF 5000 Breckenridge Democtat Defend ant In Suit Filed In Ohio County Circuit Court Hartford Republican Suit has been filed in the Ohio Circuit I Court against the Breckenridge County Democrat paper published at Hardinsburg by Assistant State Or I ganizer M F Sharp of the A S o- fIE The suit was brought because of article or attack on Mr Sharp we reproduced recently The I defendants are Henry DeHaven Moor man W R Moorman Sr and R- oyIE Moorman The petition alleges Henry DeHaven Moorman who also county judge is editor W R 1is Sr owner and Roy E business manager of the Breckenridge Democrat I After reciting the facts conpected ji Vwith his recent visit to Hardinsburg and the County Union at that place the plaintiff quotes the article complained of and which we have heretofore pub lished The petition concludes as fol I lowsHe andIpubIII 1 KY W C Moorman the wellknown merchant of Glendeane was in the city Monday Mrs Mary C Ford and Col and Mrs E L Robertson of Glendeane were the guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Sunday a Coleman E Haswell has been elected delegate to the Kentucky conference of j the M E church from the Hardins 1 burg charge The conference Win convene in Louisville next September Wade Pile of Mook was Is town Monday the guest of Mr and Mrs t J H Pita- Arthur Beard was in Cloverport Saturday T fi Dr Milton Board and family of Hopi Idnsville are the guests of Judge and Mrs Milton Board Judge Henry Moorman spent several days of last week in Owensboro Dr Nimma of Big Clifty was in r town Monday on a business trip County Court last Monday W J Robertson who is superintend So ing the work at the Fair Grounds spent Sunday at his home near Glen deane 5 Mr and Mrs Edward Beard of + Kewanee III are spending the summer with his father Mr Sam Beard Prof and Mrs Stylle Howard of r Camden S C are visiting Mrs Cham J bliss Mr Howard Is a professor in the State College of South Carolina and It r Is making fine record In that institu tion He Is a Breckenridge county boy of who has made good He is the son of Mr and Mrs D N Howard of Rock j valeT J Hook has bought several a thousand bushels of new wheat He S expects to have his concrete elevator J completed in August 4 E C Hatley of Buffalo N Y spent La few days here the first of the week Qn J enroute to Bisbee Arizona Y1 Hook has completed plans for ld Aafine dwelling which he expects to X 1erect this fall VS Beard of Louisville was the 5 fjx guest of his parents Mr and Mrs G last week t The camp meeting at Kingswood c c with the purpose and intent to injure degrade and defame him and to destroy his influence with the American Society of Equity and that by reason of said false and malicious publication as aforesaid his influence in Ohio and Breckenridge and other counties of this state with the Society has been greatly injured and decreased and his standing and influence as a man and a citizen have been greatly injured and that he has been humiliated thereby and suffered great humiliation mental anguish and pain on account of sai false and malicious publications and has been degraded in the estimation and opinion of his neighbors and the people of his county and State and all to his great damage in the sum of five thousand 5000 dollars Wherefore plaintiff prays judgment against the defendants for the sum of five thousand 5000 dollars his cost herein expended and all proper relief It The article was written because Mr Sharp made a speech at the Brecken I ridge county Union advocating a con tinuation of the present system of financing and marketing the pooledI tobacco to which Mr Moorman Is ver much opposed The petition is signed by Glenn and SImmerman and Heavrin and Wood ward as attorneys HOT AND r GO HANDINHAND The hot weather of the past fow days has witnessed a falling off in the local postoffice receipts as only the most im portant mail matters are being attended tosuch as business letters love letters and letters to the old folks at lrfome with the same old request Postmaster Rowland says he has noticed no material decrease in the ordinary run of love let ters but that a twocent stamp will carry letters of this variety that in other seasons require a due 2cents stamp However he is of the opinion that hot weather does not affect sentiment but that love lettersthis weather are short but sweet The pot card craze is the most pop ular at this time of year than at another y doubtless due to the fact that let ter writers make the card fad answer the purpose of letters during the mid summer season IIII Hardinsburg Happenings1 HARDINSBURG iICompton Iii 4fttBeard WEATHER POST CARD CRAZE closed last Thursday Large congre gations attended every service Mrs Blanche Read went to Louis ville Monday to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Douglas Cox and daughter of Louisville who have been visiting his mother returned home Sat urdayAbel Gillingwaterof Bewleyvillewas in the city Monday on a business trip W F Hook went to Irvington Mon day on business connected with his office Fiftytwo tickets were sold for the excursion Saturday Mrs S D McGill and Miss Maude Smith were the guests of relatives at Garfield last week Mrs Woolfolk of Brandenburg is visiting Miss Clara Hook Estell Sutton has returned to Louisville after a visit to his parents Dr and Mrs J C Sutton George Evans has returned home from a visit to friends at Falls of RoughThe Rev Hays D D and wife of Henderson who have been visiting Mr and MrsClayton Beard returned home last week C C Martin and John Meador of Big Spring were In town Monday on businessG Beard was at Webster Friday Arthur Penick of Custer was the guest of Mr and Mrs R O Penick SundayW Moorman of Glendeane was in the city Monday The will of the late ThomasDooley of Custer was probated in the county court Monday Sells Product to Virginia Firm Mr Lawrence A Murray of the Mur ray Roofing and Tile Co of this city left yesterday for Virginia having se cured a contract to put a roof on the plant of a large manufacturing firm lo cated near Norfolk Mr Murray will be engaged about three weeks superin tending the work This is only one of the numerous contracts that this com pany has made with largo manufactur ing industries in other states and tho demand for its product is increasing f 4 NEW I QUARTERSFOR New Building On Wall Street Will Be Ready For Occupancy About September I The new twostory brick building which Is being erected on Wall street adjoining the Bank of Cloverpor- building will be pushed to completion in all possible haste The work of ex- cavationI and laying the foundation has been completed and in a few days it will be ready for the brick mason The front of the building will be built on exactly the same plans as the bank building The ground floor will be used by Uncle Sam as a postoffice while the second story will be used for offices It will probably be ready for occupancy September 1 byyi Towing Indiana Wheat The towboat Wickliffe the prop erty of Mr T F Sawyer of this city has been engaged in towing severalI I thousand bushels of wheat from the fn diana bottoms around Derby to Cannel ton Ind Mr Sawyer has secured th contract to deliver the wheat of that sec tioa and his boat will be engaged for several weeks fulfilling the contract COWARDLY ACT OF BRUTAL SOLDIER May Cause Death of John Arnold at Sample Saturdays Owen bon Messenger John Arnold a bridge carpenter em ployed by the L H and St Lrailroad company lies at his hoWe at Sample iin a serious condition as a result of being struck on his head by a bayonet Thurs day while standing on a trestle near Brandenburg watching the train car rying the soldiers of theThird Kentucky regiment to their homes from the James town exposition- It is alleged that a soldier leaned out of the train window and with his hay onet delivered a hard blow on Arnolds head Arnold was repairing the bridge and he moved asHc to one of the safety platforms to let the train pass There was another workman with him and had it not been for him Aruold would hava fallen front the trestle after he was hit Arnold was put on the train and re moved to Us home at Sample A phy sician was summoned and it was found necessary to remove several pieces of shattered bone from his skull Arnolds recovery is doubtful On the special train were companies from Owensboro Henderson Central City and Madisonville None of the members of Company C the local com puny know anything about the injury to the man There is much indignation over the affair and it is understood that the matter will be fully investigated by the railroad companyIThe Tie Business i Thousands of railroad ties have been coming into Cloverport for the past week and the business which has always been immense shows an increaseThe resent season is probably the busiest of the year Seaton I Weatherholt are preparing to ship I 20000 ties to an Indianapolis firm in a few days HOT WEATHER AND DRY TOWN Make Soft Drink Parlors Much Sought After in Clover port Everybody extends the glad hand to the soft drink dispenser these sizzling days and at present he is more popular than a nigger on election day Loose coin chicken feed and even the nest egg all go in the maelstrom of soft drinks with never a word of protest from sweltering humanity Locall dealers in soft drinks say this seasons sales of the cooling beverages thus far have nearly doubled the sales of former seasons for the same length of time They do not attribute all of their good fortune to the excessive heat how option saythatdays in the week in Cloverport the sales of soft drinks have increased wonder rullyfLeg Broken townta leg Saturday in a fall received while ascending a ladder members BETTER PAY FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS Per Capita of 340 For This Year Will Help Fatten Glean Purses The for yurItucky will be 340 an increase of ten cents over last year and a record basis StateeThis per capita was declared b State Superintendent J H Fuqua o p an estimate furnished him by State Auditor Hager that the school revenues approximate259t600 EXCELLENT PROGRAM AND JUICY PREMIUMS Offered For First Exhibition fof Breckenridge Fair Association That the first annual exhibition of the Breckenridgo Fair Association will be one of the best county fairs in the state isjassured by a glance at the pro gram and list of premiums in the catalogue just issued The fair management has displayed excellent judgment in the arrangement of the program the premiums offered and other inducements held forth to ex hibitors and visitors It Is believed that the crowd that will attendthe Ifair togetberinmade into a homecoming week by the Breckenridge county citizens who have SeptThe catalogue was issued from the press of the Breckenridge Democrat and is a creditable piece of printing i TWICE SENTENCEDTO Former CloverportJJNegro Is At Last AcquittedMotherS- laves For Years To Save Son Her home mortgaged and slaving for years to earn sufficient money with which to free her son from the clutches of the law and save him from the hang mans noose Susan Walker a respect able colored woman of this city has at last been rewarded by t he good news that her son Bill Lightfoot who has been twice sentenced to the gallows for murder in Memphis Tenn has finally been acquitted Lightfoot was charged with the murder of a railroad man in Memphis several years ago and was twice convicted on purely circumstantial evidence and sentenced to be hanged each time The Supreme Court of Tennessee in both instances granted him new trials with the result that he was acquitted a few days ago When her son was accused of the crime Susan Walker mortgaged her little home In Cloverport raise money to defend him Never a day during the four years that his life had been at stake has she ceased laboring to accumulate sufficient means in hisI behalf and it was through her efforts alone that his case was given a rehear ing before the Supreme Court thus saving his life- Lightfoot will arrive here shortly to make his home with his mother 4 WAITING FOR A DOLLAR PER Perry County Farmers Want a Hundred Cents For Their Wheat The farmersof Perry county Indr in the bottoms around Tobinsport are strong in their faith that wheat will touch the dollar mark and a majority of them are accordingly holding their crops until the hundred cents per bushe is reached Only two crops so far it Is understood have been sold and they are small In the adjoining counties however it Is stated that much of the wheat isi being disposed of at Itthe present figures especially in the Derby section DULL TIMES FOR THE PILL MAN Health of Community Execption ally Good ihor this Time of Year Say Physicians havepfight flies these days They say that the health of the community is unusual ly good for this time of year and that business is slow in their line With the exception of considerable sickness among infants there is little illness in the county 4 Pull For Louisville Mr J C Nolte secretary of theClo verport Commercial Club isin receipt of a communication from John D Wakefield secretary of the Citizens Committee of Louisville asking the aid of the Cloverport citizens in secur ing the Democratic National Conven tion for 1903 for that city Louisville is working hard for the convention and has enlisted the aid of several members of the National Democratic Committee- in the citys behalf That a nhtional convention will not IRVINGTON Ky Mrs Lvdia Clarkson andson Ken of Big Spring spent several days of last week the guests of Mr and Mrs H H KemperMrs B Moremen accompanied by her sister Miss Mattie Lee Moremen left for Brandenburg last Saturday for an indefinite visit Miss Marion Harrison left Sunday for Bewleyville after being the guest of Mrs W J PIggott and Miss Willa DruryMiss Ida Proctor of Louisville ar rived Saturday to be the guest of Mss Annie Herndon for some time Mrs Tony McCoy of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G L Brady for a few weeks Mrs P E Dempster and baby re turned Monday from Glondeane where she had been visiting Dr and Mrs R T Dempster The rural free delivery route No 2 was ordered established September 1 from here serving 105 families or 600 people Mrs Fred Howard and baby of Brandenburg are visitors of Mr and Mrs John Nevitt this week Quarterly conference was in session here last Saturday and Sunday with preaching by the presiding elder Bro Sheley of EHzabethtown Bro Sheley preached some fine sermons to large and attentive audiences Miss Ada Cunningham of New York Is the guest of her cousin Mrs Will GardnerMrs E Ditto and children of Louisville came Saturday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John Cox Miss Nellie Smith returned Monday from Hardinsburg where she had been attending a house party given by Miss Isabell Hendrick Mrs T R Blythe and daughter Ruth Miller after atwo weeks visit to Cloverport and Hardinsburg returned home Friday r Mr J F Claycomb the popular in surance agent of the Continental came home last week from New Haven Ky where he had been on a business trip Mrs Williams of Mt Vernon Ills only be a benefit to Louisville but to all of Kentucky is concededand Louisville is asking the hearty cooperation of the whole state in her effort in that direction by requesting the citizens in every county to address letters to their Congressman Senators and Members of the National Committee urging Louisvilles claims The metropolis of Kentucky has a convention hall that scats 16000 persons In perfect comfort ample hotel accomodations and is centrally located which are strong points In her favor DEATH BECKONS COL WILL S HAYS Veteran Ballad Writer and Poet is Entering Into His Last Sleep Col Will S I poetIis seriously ill at his home in Louisville as a result of a paralytic stroke received a few days ago and his death is ex pected to occur at any moment I Col Hays has won international fame as a song writer and poet Mollie Darling being one of his best known and most popular productions byCol cated to the memory of the late Captain J M White veteran river man whose home was in Cloverport for many years and whose family now resides to this city Mr C W White is a son illS LAST TRIP I never passed a all deckImshoreIlllandThis llghtIstandWell thatForThat looks like Death meSoInIslowTheremoreThewaitTothemUpbellAndliteAndplacetIllthatFast Irvington iIntelligenceI will leave this week for Louisville after being the guest of her daughter Mrs Lydia Jolly Rev B F Wilson left Monday for assistinginDr C F Marshall and family and sister Miss Clauda Bandy and Mrs Charlie Bandy left Monday for a two weeks trip to Tar Springs Mrs William Mullen and daughter Mrs Henry Yeager of Cloverport have returned to their home after a short visit to Mr and Mrs Edd McAfee Mr Harvey Parker of Texas Is ex pected this week to be the guest of Mrs D C Heron Mrs Zack Kennel of Texas arrived Saturday to visit her mother Mrs McGill This is Mrs Kennels first visit to Kentucky in twentyfour years and she says things have changed very littleCapt H W Herndon the well known and popular Breckenridge coun ty man who has been running the Henderson Hotel or the past five years has just closed a contract for the new hotel building at Princeton Ky OIl the Illinois Central railroad The hotel which is named Henrietta Is a beautU ful threestory structure with all its conveniences and attractions and will be fully completed about the first of October Capt Herndon will take charge of the hotel on the 15th of Nov vemberat which time his lease on the Henderson Hotel will expire The Rev H C Joyner of Clinton Mississippi will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church next Sunday both 1 morning and evening Miss Hazel Richardson of hear Ek ron is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs D W Henry for several daysMr Hubert Piggott left Monday for Terre Haute Ind after spending two months here with his parents Mr L D Bishoff is haying his little cottage on church painted white It is occupied by Mr ana Mrs G L BradyMiss Ella Kemper of Orratz Ky4 came Monday to be the guesiof Mr and Mrs Harry H Kemper lt r Mr Morrison of Kansas CityJ lsi here on business V ilipv L i o r- F T tyT IE LION ANDs THE MOUSE jrByCHARLES KLEIN 4 A Story of American Life Novelized From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOfT COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY ICHAPTERI library was the most Impor THE room In tho Ryder man for it was there that the Colossus carried through his most important business deals and Its busiest hours were those which most men devote to rest But John Burkett Ryder never rested There could be no rest for any man who had a thousand millions of dollars to take care of Here the money Moloch held court like any king with as much ceremony and more secrecy and having for his courtiers some of the most prominent men In the political and industrial Ute of the nation Corrupt senators graft ing congressmen ambitious railroad presidents Insolent coal barons who Impudently claimed they administered the coal lands In trust for the Almighty unscrupulous princes of finance and commerce all visited this room to receive orders or pay from the head of the system Hero were made and unmade governors of states mayors of cities Judges heads of police cabinet ministers even presidents Here were milIUonsI vote in the national elections Here were distributed yearly hundreds of thousands of dollars to grafters large and small who had earned it in the service of the Interests Here secretly and unlawfully the heads of railroads met to agree on rates which by discriminating against one locality In favor of another crushed out competition raised tho cost to the consumer and put millions In the pockets of the trust Here were planned tricky financial operations with deliberate Intent to mislead and deceive the investing public operations which would send stocks soaring one day only a week later to put Wall street on the verge of panic Half a dozen suicides might result from the coup but twice as many millions of profits had gone Into tho coffers of the system Here too was perpetrated the must heinous crime that can 1be committed against a free peoplethe conspiring of the trusts abetted by tile railroads to arbitrarily raise the pricesII of the necessaries of lifemeat oil ice gaswholly without other justification than that of greed which with these men was the unconquerable all absorbing passion In short everything that unscrupulous leaders of or ganl ed capital could devise to squeeze tho life blood out of the patient de fensolMM toiler was done within these four walls When JolTer entered his was wated nt his desk a long flttherII cigar between his ipa giving l tloiw to Mr HBKley Mr Ryder looked- I I I up quickly MS the door opened and the secretary made M movement forward L as If to eject the Intruder no matte who ho might be They wore not ac curtained to having people enter the sanctum of the Colossus so unceronio nlously lint when he saw who It WitS I Mr Ryders stern sot free relaxed and he greeted fir son amiably Why left my boy IH that you Jiwt a moment until I get rid of nag ley and Ill be with you Jefferson turned to the bookihelve and ran over the titles while the fluuu elor continued his business with the secretaryNow Rngloy come quick Wlml is ItrHe stroke In a rapid explosive man nor like a man who has only n few moment to spare before he unmt nwl to catch a train John Ryder had been catching trains all hU life ami be had KOldom missed one Governor Rice called He wants an appointment mid Mr Bagley hold tog out a earl 1 cunt iwo him Tell hits so cuuu tho answer quick as n hash Who oliot lie demanded Wheres your itatr Mr Bagley took from the desk a list of nanieH IUllI read them over General Abbey telephoned He says you proniiwMl Yea Yl Interrupted Ryder Im patiently but not Lore Down town tomorrow any time Nextf The secretary Jotted down a note against each name and thmi said Thero are some people dowuitalra In Ute reception room They are hero by appointment Time national committee and Sor geant Ellison of the secret service from Washington replied Mr Bagloy Who was here first demanded the financier Sergeant Ellison air Thou Ill see him first and the committee afterward but lot thorn all wait until I ring I wish to speak with my sonHe waved his hand and the secre tary knowing well from experience that this was a sign that there must bo- no further discussion bowed respect fully and loft the room Jefferson turned and advanced toward his fa r thor who bold out his hand Well Jefforson ho said kindly did you havo a good time abroad Yes sir thank you Such a trip Is a liberal education In itself Ready for work again eh Im glad y ure back Jofforaon Im busy 1hnv111 to your future This artist business Is b A 4 aU ier etior u pastime but Its nt- a careersurely you can appreciate that for a young man with such prospects as yours Have you ever stopped- to think of that Jefferson was silent He did not want to displease his father On the other hand It was Impossible to let things drift as they had been doing There must be an understanding soon er or later Why not now The truth Is sir he began timidly Id like a little talk with you now you can spare the time IfI Ryder senior looked first at his watch and then at his son who 111 at ease sat nervously on the extreme edge or a chair Then he said with a smile Well my boy to be perfectly frank I cantbutI will Come what Is It Then as If to apologize for his pre vious abruptness he added Ive had- a very busy day Jeff What with Transcontinental and Transatlantic and Southern Pacific and Wall street and rato bills and Washington I feel like Atlas shouldering the world The world wasnt intended for ono pair of shoulders to carry sir rejoined Jefferson calmly His father looked at him In amaze menteIt was something new to hear any one venturing to question or com ment upon anything he said Why not he demanded when he had recovered from his surprise Julius Caesar carried It Napoleon car ried Itto a certain extent However thats neither here nor there What Is ItboyUnable to remain a moment Inactive he commenced to pick among the mass of papers on his desk while Jefferson was thinking what to say The last word his father uttered gave him a cue and he blurted out protestlngly Thats Just It sir You forget that Im no longer a boy Its time to treat me as If I were n man Ryder senior leaned back In his chair and laughed heartlljIA man at twentyeight Thats an excellent Joke Do you know that a man doesnt get his horse sense till hes forty I want you to take me seriously persisted Jefferson Ryder senior was not a patient man Ills moments of good humor were of brief duration Anything that savored of questioning his authority always angered him Time smile went out of his face and ho retorted explosively Go on Be serious If you want only dont take BO long about It But i IV I1rgi E 4- 4ri yeti Jeffcrtnn did y m luive u good time abroad f understand one thing I want no preaching no philosophical or social isllc twaddle no Tolatol hes a great thinker and youre not no Bornnri Shaw hes funny and youre not Now This go aheudIaging and Jefferson felt somewhat In tlmldnted but he realised that he might not have another such opportunity so he plunged right In Father I am devoted to my work I even Intend to go away and travel a few years and see the world It will help me considerably Ryder senior eyed his son In silence for a few moments then he said gentry Dont be obstinate Jeff Listen to me I kuow the world bottor titan you do You mustnt go away You are the only flesh and blood I have You see that I want you with mo and now you take advantage you take advantage Xo father I dont protested Jef ferson but I want to go away Although I have my studio and am prac tically Independent I want to go whore I shall be perfectly freewhere my every move will not be watched where I can meet my fellow man heart to heart on an equal basis where I shall not be pointed out as the son of Ready Money Ryder I want to make a reputation of my own as an artist Why not study theology and become a preacher sneered Ryder Then more amiably he laid No my lad you stay here Study my interests study the Interests that will be yours some day said Jefferson doggedly Id 11No go My work and my self re SPlIt demand It Tnchg3 if cried his father In ha burst of anger Im a fool for wast- Ing my time with an ungrateful son 1I He rose from his seat and begun to pace the room I Father exclaimed Jefferson start- Ing forward you do me an Injustice Ryder laughedI cynically He went back to his desk and sitting facing his son he said- Jefferson you are young It Is one of the symptoms of youth to worry about public opinion When you areas old as I am you will understand that there is only one thing which counts In this world money The man who has It possesses power over the man who has It not and power Is what the ambitious man loves most He stopped to pick up a book It was The American Octopus Turn- Ing again to his son he went on Do you see this book It Is the literary sensation of the year Why Because It attacks me the richest mar- In the world It holds me up as a monster a tyrant a man without soul honor or conscience caring only tom one thing mney having but one pas slon the love of power and halting at nothing not even at crime to secure It That Is the portrait they draw of your father Jefferson sold nothing He was won dcrlng If his sire had a suspicion who wrote It and was leading up to that But Ryder senior continued Do I care The more they attack me the more I like It Their puny jper pricks have about the same effect as mosquito bites on the pachyderm What I am the conditions of my time made me When I started In business- a humble clerk forty years ago I had but one goalsuccess I had but ont aimto get rich I was lucky I made- a little money and I soon discovered that I could make more money by outwitting my competitors in the oil fields Railroad conditions helped me The whole country was money mad A wave of commercial prosperity swept over the land and I was carried along on Its crest I grew enormously rich my millions increasing by leaps and bounds I branched out into other In terests successful always until my holdings grew to what they are today the wonder of the twentieth century What do I care for the worlds respect when my money makes the world my slave What respect can I have for a people that cringe before money and let it rule them Arc you aware that not n factory wheel turns not a vote is counted not a Judge Is appointed not a legislator seated not a president elected without my consent I am the real ruler of the United Statesnot the so called government at Washington They are my puppets and this Is my executive chamber This power will be yours one day boy but you- must know how to use It when It comesI want It father said Jefferson firmly To me your words savor of treason I couldnt imagine that American talking that way He pointed to the mantel at a picture ot George Washington Ryder senior laughed lIe could not bell It If his son was an idealist There was no use getting angry so he merely shrugged his shoulders and snldAll right Jeff Well discuss the mutter later whoa youve cut your wisdom teeth Just at present youre In- the clouds But you spoke of my do- lug you an Injustice How can my- love of power do you an Injustice Because replied Jefferson you ex- Irt that power over your family as- wl1I as over your business associates You think and will for everybody In- the house for everyone who comes 1In contact with you Yours Is an influence no one seoms able to resist You robbed me of my right to think Ever since I was old enough to think you- have thought for me ever since I was- old enough to choose you have chosen for me You have chosen that I should marry Kate Roberts That Is the one- thing I wished to speak to you about The marriage Is Impossible Ryder senior half sprang from his seatSo he said sternly this Is your In test act of rebellion is It You are- going to welsh on your word You- are going to Jilt the girl I never gave my word answered Jefferson hotly Nor did Kate under statuI that an engagement existed You cant expect me to marry a girl I- 110l1t care a straw about It would not he fair to her Dont be a fool Jeff I dont want to think for you or to choose for you or to marry for you I did not Interfere when you threw up the position 1I- made for you In the Trading company mul took that itut1lo I realized thatJ- OU were restless under the harness so I gave you plenty of rein But I- know so much better than you what Is- host for you Believe me I do Dont dont be obstinate This marriage means a great deal to my Interests to your Interests Kates father Is all powerful In the senate Hell never forgive this disappointment Hang It all you liked the girl once and I made- sure thot- no stopped suddenly and the expres- slon on his face changed as a new- l1ght dawned upon him It Isnt that Rossmore girl Is Jt he- demanded His face grew dark and his Jaw clicked as he said between bls- tleth I told you somo time ago how I folt about her If I thought that It- was Rossniorea daughter You know- whats going to happen to him dont youThus appealed to Jefferson thought- this was the most favorable opportunity he would have to redeem his- promlso to Shirley So little anticipat- Ing the tempest ho was about to un- clJoln he answered- I am familiar with tho charges that- they have trumped up against him- Needless to say I consider him entire ly innocent Whats mpre I firmly be- IiVC bo Is the victim of a contomptl pie cojjgtjirscr AnuTm goingtDm ko if my business to find out who tit plotters are I came to ask you to youI ltI He has always opposed lIe has always defied my power and now his daughter has entrapped my son So its her you want to go to eh7 Well I cant make you inarry a girl you dont want but I can prevent you throwing yourself away on the daughter of a iman who Is about to bo publicly disgraced and I will Poor old Rossmorel said Jefferson bitterly If the history of every finan clal transaction were made known how many of us would escape public disgrace Would you he cried Ryder senior rose his hands working dangerously He made a movement as If about to advance on his son but by a supreme effort he controlled himself No upon my word Its no use disinheriting you You wouldnt care I think youd be gladon my soul I dot Then calming down onco more he added Jefferson give me your word of honor that your object In going away Is not to find out this girl and marry her unknown to me I dont mind your losing your heart but dont lose your head Give me your hand on It Jefferson reluctantly held out his handIf I thought that you would marry that girl unknown to me Id have Ross piore sent out of the country and the woman too Listen boy This man Is my enemy and I show no mercy tom enemies There are more reasons than one why ypu cannot marry Miss Rossmore If she knew one of them she would not marry you What reasons demanded Jetrer sonTho principal one said Ryder slowly and deliberately and eying his son keenly as If to Judge of the effect of his words the principal one Is that It was through my agents that the demand was made for her fathers im peachmcnt Ah cried Jefferson thpn I guessed aright Marry Kate or not as you please but I want you to stay there the elder nan said after a pause Its no use My mind Is made up answered Jefferson decisively j The telephone rang and Jefferson got up to go Mr Ryder took up the receiver Hallo Whats that Sergeant Ellison Yes send him up Putting the telephone down Ryder senior rose and crossing the room accompanied his son to the door Think it well over Jeff Dont be hastyA few minutes later Jefferson left the house The door opened and Mr Bagley entered followed by a tall powerfully built man whose robust physique and cheap looking clothes contrasted strangely with the delicate ultrafash onably attired English secretary Take a sent sergeant said Mi Ryder cordially motioning his visitor to a chair The man sat down gingerly on one of the rich leather upholsterer chairs Ills manner was nervous and awkward as If Intimidated in the presence of the financier Are cthe national committee still waiting demanded Mr Ryder Yes sir replied the secretary Ill see them In a few minutes Leave me with Sergeant Ellison Mr Bagley bowed and retired Ryder with his customary bluntness came right down to business Well what have you been doing about the book he demanded Have you found the author of The American Octopus No sir I have not I confess Im baffled The secret has been well kept The publishers have shut up like n- clam Theres only one thing that Im pretty well sure of Whats that demanded Ryder In terestedThat no such person as Shirley Green exists Oh exclaimed the financier then- you think it Is a mere nom de plume Yes sir And what do you think was the reason for preserving tho anonymity Well you see sir the book deals with a big subject It gives some hard knocks and the author no doubt felt n little timid about launching It under his or her real name At least thats my theory sir And a good one no doubt said Mr Ryder Then he added That makes me nil the more anxious to find out- who it Is I would willingly give this moment a check for 5000 to know who wrote It Whoever it Is knows me as well as I know myself We much find time author The sleuth was silent for a moment Then he said There might be one way to reach- the author but it will be successful only In the evont of her being willing to be known and como out Into the- open Suppose you write to her In- care of the publishers They would certainly forward the letter to wherever she may be If she does not- want you to know who she Is she- will Ignore your letter and remain In- the background If on the contrary she has no fear of you and Is willing to meet you she will answer the let ter t Ah I never thought of that exclaimed Ryder Its a good idea Ill- wite such a letter at once It shall go tonight lo unhooked the telephone and asked Mr Bagley to como up A fow seconds later the secretary entered the room Bagley said Mr Ryder I want- you to write a letter for me to Miss Shirley Green author of that book- 1he American Octopus We will ad- dross It care of her publishers Littleton S Co Just say that it convenient I should like a personal Interview with- her at my office 30 Broadway in rein- tlon to Jher Upofc orjcanQeto pus Seo Th tltI8matlod tonlgbt Thats all Mr Bagley bowed and retired Mr Ryder turned to the secret service agentThere thats settled Well see how it works And now sergeant I have another Job for you and if you are faithful to my interests you will not find me unappreciative Do you know a little place on Long Island called Massapcqua Yes grinned the detective I know it Theyve got some fine specimens of skeeters there Paying no attention to this Jocular ity Mr Ryder continued Judge Rossmore is living there pending the outcome of his case in the senate His daughter has Just arrived um Here is 1500 for you from Europe My son Jefferson came home on the same ship They aro n little more friendly than I care to have them You understand I want to know if my son visits the Rossmores and if he does I wish to be kept Informed of all thats going on You understandPerfectly sir You hall know ev erythingMr took a blank check from his desk and proceeded to fill it up then handing It to the detective he saidHere Is 500 for you Spare neither trouble norexpense- Thank you sir said the man as he pocketed the money Leave it to rnei Thats about all I think Regard Ing the other matter well see how the letter works He touched a bell and rose which was a signal to the visitor that the in terview was at an end Mr Bogle enteredSergeant Ellison Is going said Mr Ryder Have him shown out and sand the national committee up Continued next week A cleansing clean cooling soothing healing household remedy is DeWitt Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve For burns cuts scratches bruises insect bites and sore feet it is unequaled Good for Piles Beware of imitations Get DeWitts It is the bet Sold by all druggists Waiting the Sheriffs Arrival San Diego Cal July 19Banker Fred H Maglll and wife are In the county Jail quietly awaiting the ar rival of Sheriff Campbell of Dewitt county 111 who Is to take them back to Clinton to face the charge of hav ing murdered Magills first wife Miss Margaret Magill the daughter has been removed from the Hotel Robin son by direction of her fathers at torney and her present whereabouts are known to him only Ho says he did this to protect her from the an noyance of those who wanted to in herMNCHESTER r CARTRIDGES For Rifles and Pistols Winchester make of cartridges in all calibers from 22 to 50 are accu rate sure fire and relia ble In forty years of gun making we have learned many things about am munition that no one could learn in any other way When you buy Winchester make of cartridges you get the benefit ofthis experience WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS Co NEW HAVEN CONN d CONTEMPTIBLE AND- UNCALLED i FOR Was Newspapers Attack Upon Leading Equity Man Says Hartford Republican Hartford Republican The Breckenridzo Democrat which carries justj below its head line the motto Equal rights to all men special privileges to none had the following contemptible and uncalled for attack upon our fellow countian and brother in the cause of Equity M F Sharp in its issue of July 2 In our humble opinion the best riddance the A S of E could make would be to forthwith fire the two interlopers who attended our meeting in the name of Equity but apparently in interest of Equitys worst enemy the LouisvilleTobacco Warehouse Company Especially do we take pleasure in say ing that if Mr Sharp was in Hardins burg in the interest of Equity his actions and expressions belied his avowal- If ever man left a bad taste in the mouth of his hearers every man with even half sense in that convention must have been nauseated by the despicable deceit that this contemptible interloper J attempted to choke down them To hell with such Equity menhe ought to have been thrown out the window had it not been for injuring the glass Mr Sharp who is Assistant State Organizer elected at the State Union held in Frank fort last Spring had gone to Hardins burg at the instance of some of the State officers to help the organization in that county which has never been what it should be This is one of the duties which belongs to Mr Sharps office and itt is a shame that when in line of duty strictly he should be slandered by a sheet whose editor in this article of vili fication displays the fact that he is either not a member of the A S of E or does nut know the first principle of the society Mr Sharp is a man above reproach in- his county and has done more to organize and spread the principles of Equity than any man in western Kentucky When the editor pf the Democrat gets ready to throw from his court house window such men as Mr Sharp because he does not agree with them he should re move his equal rights motto from the head of his paper Editor Moorman is County Judge of Breckeniidge county and a leading Democrat The county union which met here last Friday con demned the publisher of the article and- voted a resolution of confidence in Mr- Sharp Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Phase- note it is made alone for Piles and its- action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Largejiick etcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug C- oPOOLED TOBACCO TREBLES IN PRICE That Sold By Independent Raiser In This Instance Some people to appreciate the Cul- lextent of a proposition want a picture drawn so there may be no doubt of its arness Here we think is a deadly parallel in the tobacco situation which is equvalent to a clear cut drawings Last year Chas Grimes colored raised n small crop of tobacco on land controlled by Nick Greathouse the two- sharing in the crop Grimes sold his- bolding outright andGreathouse pooled so we can have a distinct understanding about the proceeds of each In the sale Grimes selected his part of the 1- i0 H trash and put it on the marketrecelving cents and one dollar per hundred for it Greathouse pooled and received an advance of one dollar per hundred inn the same grade of tobacco and the authorities are now making a settlement on the outright sale of same whereby he will receive at least 220 to 240 additional His advance was- noro than Grimes sale and in less than 6 T 1outyet you will hear parties hero nnd- there in Hancock county say the- Equity Society has accomplished little and is on the verge of disruption r r- Dumper should take the above propo sitlon and smoke it to a finish Clarion s Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DlarrhQca Remedy Would have Saved Him 10000 In 1912 I had a very severe attack of liarrhoea says R N Farrar of Cat- sland La For several weeks I was- l1Uable to do anything On March JQ 907 I had a similar attack aqd took Chamberlains Colic Cholera d- Diarrhoea Remedy which gave me- prompt relief I consider it one of the best medicines ot its kind in the word Jwouldfil doctors bill Sold by Severs Drujj Co i t v y St r r 3 S 1 ii IIEASS GIVEN UP I I I I JCmperor ol Korea Resigns thojj Throne Ho Has Held For Forty Ytars- PRESSUREtHE OF JAPAN I Jtoflnoncea of a Dominant and Pro Rreislve Neighbor Proved Too Much For Head of Hermit Kingdom Ceremony of Abdication In Favor of Crown Prince Vas Performed In Palace at Seoul Today Tokio July 19A dispatch from Seoul says that the emperor convened I the elder statesmen at 1 oclock this morning The cabinet ministers wait ed In an adjoining room while the emperor conferred with the elderII statesmen After a twohours ence his majesty finally yielded and I made up his mind to abdicate and the formal ceremony of abdication will be held today Seoul July 19 Marquis Ito visited the emperor at 530 oclock last oven I lug in response to the emperors pleajj After two weeks of obstinate secluII lion and silence the emperor court officers to Marquis Ito with a message that inasmuch as both wereI worried over the presence of Korean deputation at The Hague hoI therefore begged the resident general VEMPEROR OF KOREA to come to the palace Marquis Itos first reply asked for an audience two er three days hence after the arrival Jof Foreign Minister Hayashi from Tokio The emperor replied that he would want all of the day for Marquise Itos coming At the residency generals an authoritative statement of they cabinets action Wednesday night was given out It was stated that the cab- Inet recommended that the emperor retire and leave the throne to the crown prince The emperor did not reply then but convened the cabinet for yesterday afternoon Marquis Ito rays that the cabinet Is acting on its own initiative and without a knowl edge of Japans plans or desires The audience of Marquis Ito with the emperor of Korea last evening lasted an hour It is reported that the emperor appealed Imploringly to the former to help save Korea from her present complication In a manner satisfactory to the Japanese and with t out doing anything derogatory to the Korean court Marquis Ito it is said carefully avoided making any definite reply and retired without committing himself A number of Koreans call Ing themselves elder statesmen of Korea have sent a long letter to Mar quis Ito intimating that the Japanese would receive their support In fair dealing toward the emperor but fall lug that they would die a martyrs i death and that the whole nation would do likewise THE LAST STAGE d Argument In the Haywood Trial Began This Morning Boise Idaho July 19J H Haw ley opened the argument for the state In the case of William D Haywood this morning at 10 oclock It is ex pected that he will take the entire day Mr Richardson for the defense will speak Saturday XA day of argument on the admissl Ability of points of evidence followed the announcement from the defense yesterday that they had no further witnesses to offer in behalf of William D Haywood The point argued was tie proposition to exclude from con sideratlon by the Jury the evidence offered by the defense to show by proof of deportation of miners from find the employment of detectives in r the Cripple Creek district of Colorado that a conspiracy was formed among the mineowners and the citizens of the district to prevent the employment of members of the Western Federation of Miners Ed Geers Going Some Llbertyvllle Ill July 19Ed Geers swept the card at the trotting meeting kere yesterday winning the first two races outright and getting first money la the third by virtue of the aaiochv tlon arrangement that no races were ie he longer than five heats and that titc purse was to be divided according tothe summary at the end of the fifth rifti unless woa la Im number eC eisib tw1IX i4- j 1 I EI h Educational 1 Platform of Louisville Training School 1 1BeecJ onty W PROF W H PRITCHETT A M Head Master Fall Term Opens September 17 1907 IiI II C 1 I I lIIII D GRADUATING CKASS OF 1907 r Education is not a mind cramming process it is not a perfunctory memorizing routine it is not the treat mpnt of the mind as a vast reservoir to be filled with the myths and rubbish of the ages it is not the com pletion of n prescribed course of study with a view of obtaining a cheap parchment and scholastic honors a- Wl popular passport with which to victimize the unsuspecting It is none of these Education is in the true sense Of the term a training a development a remodeling of the whole man body soul andspirit the correction of bad habits and the formation of good ones whether of body or mind jWjor of the social and business relations the most potent agency for lifting humanity from a plane of slothand vice to one of virtuous and useful activity It is the bringing to bear upon all the material and spiritual and motives which the Infinite Jehovah has ordained for his creatures It is the ability to use with all the elements which God has put into man All rational school training must recognize certain fun IffiIffiagencies principles among which may be mentioned the following I No human mind has its duplicate The individuality and idiosyncrasy of every student toast there coursel1I impracticable in accomplishment With the full recognition of this principle instructors must ascertain and remember the relative value of different departments of knowledge must answer intelligently the question worthJ1 are found in the economy of nature they must be followed in the importanceI1 W1 s thing be done decently and in order Hence that teaching is most rational and valuable which seeks and car ries out most fully the system found in nature which establishes most thoroughly and naturally u harmonious W1connection between the efforts of the mind and the great domain of nature which brings the student most effectually into love with the word and works of God 3 Schools cannot secure the same results on all students They must commence with the mental moral and physical capital presented and develop that to the highest extent of which it is susceptible 4 Unduly sectarian sectional or partisan schools must necessarily he illiberal and thwarting in their W1 tendencyrestricting the minds of their students to but one side of questions and checking the liberal growth which results from the full and impartial investigation of all subjects Experience has abundantly proven Lug that all shades of belief and opinion may be harmoniouslyand advantageously trained in the same school and g yet each teacher and pupil be free and untrammeled in his views and liberties as 5 Thoroughness does not consist in completing certain textbooks or courses of study page by page by paragraph word by word letter by letter but in the full complete mind systematic mastery of It is the mastication digestion andassimilation of mental foodstrengthening the individual for ImiImiparuOraph feeling and doingre do not advertise to graduate within a limited time as we can not be do so The time of graduation depends solely on the pupil G of study should be modern and practical in their character an entire breaking away from the imn curriculums established during the dark ages und perpetuated by too many institutions of the present day We flatter ourselves that we have in our curriculum found the golden urcan between the extremes Scho ls- Irni train gentlemen for life as it is shouldascertain what the world needs in the various fields of should young work in harmony with the progressive spirit of the times sending its students into the active Irni Irnishould much sooner and more thoroughly qualified than during the days of sickles flails stage coaches log L houses and log churches In short our schools should in the matter methodand results of teaching of the general progress which we see exhibited in the arts sciences and the business world yet not W be guilty of sham work Such arc the halfdozen basic principles upon which we found all our efforts in our chosen lifework Ve to live them and teach them To these principles closely followed out we refer our success in our line of t try work Money making i not our single aim but to benefit our fellows by helping in the development of their Godgiven faculties Itisis our ambition to do nothing but honest conscientious work No good honest and faithful teacher ever fails to earn all he is paid Too many teachers in too many ways degrade their pro Isslon ISSI W 0m Sts4 1 IS2 t BIO SPRING BIG SPRING KY Mr and Mrs Geo Casperke of Bran denburg were the guests of his niece Mrs W H Strother from Wednesday until Eriday- Rev McConnell who was called to Marion Ky on account of the death of his son returned home Thursday Rev S G Shelly passed through here Monday en route to Kingswood to attend the camp meeting- H Meyer and John Morris went to Louisville Thursday Casper Kalin was called to Lulsville Friday on account of the sudden death of his younger brother Mrs D C Moorman and daughter Betsy ot Glendeanet who were visiting here aunt Strother have returned home John H Meador went to OwensboroI FridayJames Lampkin and Miss Stella Dew ley both living near here were marriedl at EHzabethtown last Monday bythe Presbyterian minister d i Ill =Miss Emma Miller entertained Thurs day evening but owing to the inclement weather there were only about twenty five present The refreshments served were delicious Frank McDonnell who has been in Crittenden county working on a farm returned home Thursday with his father jSlr Smith representing the Physic ians Supply Co of Louisville was here Wednesday Gene Yates a popular knight of the grip was here Thursday Jack Colliuswas in Louisville Sunday Miss Edna Dowell and her visitor Miss Eugene Dowell visited Mrs Moses Bennett near Custer front Monday until Thursday The ladies of the Methodist hurch will give an ice cream supper Saturday night July 27 All are invited to attend Foster Lyons was in EHzabethtown last Saturday Bad sick headaches biliousness or constipation art quickly relieved by DeWitts Little Early Risers Small pill sure pill safe pill prompt and pleasant in action Sold by all druggists w The Hau Case Karlsruhe July 19 Considerable progress has been made at the trial of Karl Hau thty former professor In George Washington university who la charged with the murder of his wifes toother Frau Molitor at Baden Baden When you feel the need of a pill take 11 DeWitts Little Early Riser Sma pill safe pill sure pill Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by All Druggists The National Game National LeagueAt Brooklyn 3 St Louis 2 At New York 4 Pitts burg 2 At Boston 0 Chicago 2 American LeagueAt Detroit 5 Washington 2 Second game Detroit 11 Washington 2 At Chicago 2 New York 11 Second game Chica go 0 New York 4 At Cleveland 0 Philadelphia 5 American AssociationAt Kansas City 3 Louisville 1 Second game Kansas City 2 Louisville 7 At Min neapolis 2 Columbus 1 At Minneapolis 2 Columbus 8 At St Paul 4 Indianapolis 11 At Milwaukee 3 Tolcda X Kentucky Fairs 1907 Ohio County Fair Sept 1114 GlasgowSept 1114 HardinsburgSept 35 Pembroke Aug 151- 7LexingtonAug 1217 Ivlieabethtown Aug 2749- IlendersonJuly 2327 Matliionville July 30Aug 3 Hodgenville Sept 1013 Hardstown Sept 47 Guthrie Sapt 1214 Uniontown Aug 610 Sebreo Sept 1821 Kentucky State Fair LoultvUlo I Sept 1621 I IThe Charming Woman one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightliness of step and action that ac company good health A physically weak woman is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smoothe velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed by Severs DrugCo Price 50c TsftIv4eElys Cream Balm Iis quicklyabsohedya S ft Gives Relief at OnceCALM It cleanses soothes q heals and protects 40 the diseasmemb- rane It cures Ca tarrh and drives 16 away a Cold in thertFEstoresTaste and Smell Full size GOcts at gists or by mail Trial Size 10 eta by Elyfrothers56 Warren Street New Y JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings T CiiLewis Son Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May J Co Cannelton Ind Weak Women To weak and ailing women there Is at least one wa7 to help Dut with that way two treatments mUJt be combined One Is local one U constltu oral but both are important both essential Dr Shoops Night Cure Is the Local Dr Shoops Restorative the Constitutional The former Dr Sboops Nlelit Cure IB a topical mucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr hoops Restorative Is wholly an Internal treatment The Restorative reaches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of all nerve- all tissue and all blood ailments The Night Cure as its name implies does Its Work while you sleep It soothes sore and Inflam- edI mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and dIscharges while the Restorative eases nervous excitement gives renewed vigor and ambition builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed rengtb vigor and energy Take Dr Shoopi estorotlve Tablets or Liquid as II general toulo i toIthei system For positive local help use as wen ShoopsINight SEVERS DRUG CO OUISVILE EVANSVILLE PACKET co INCORPORATED I Past Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine SteamersMorning Star Tell City Leave Louisville Tuesday Wednei lay Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Wednesday Thursday Saturday 6 p m passengericketsnents delivered quicker than by ail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED loverport to Louisville 200 lovorport to Evansville 200 loverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for Block General Office 154156J58 4th it Louisville KyIC V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Slot KodlFor bilizutiop macbpalpltatioa sin i X- syN V I I j IDGE NEWS HABBA I SONS PF t ubliihlno Co I f ption Price 100 a year or jfpaid at the end of year- D8OFTIIANK9ovortvellnescharg eaI I kX the rate of 10 cents per line AUUTUARIKB charged for at the Bate of 5 per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Examine the label on your paper It It l- aoS s correct please notify as When ordering a change In the address wbtcrlbew should give their old as wellas 9thenew address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1907 Hon R M Jolly who died at Irv ington last week was a splendid type of Kentucky manhood His personalI popularity among his people made i possible for him to overcome a larg Democratic majority as a Republica- nominee I for State Senator He servedI his constituents faithfully in the upper branch of the General Assembly through several sessions AlthoughI still quite young in years he had heldl many places of honor and trust andl had been a prominent factor in his town and county The death of such men as Bob Jolly is not alone a loss to their party but their county and State as well Hartford Republican Mrs Adelle Hambleton celebratedI her sixtysecond birthday last Sunda by giving a diuner to a number off friends and her daughter Mrs Kiel o f Kosmosdale The News was thirty one years old on that day and its editor sixtytwo all of us a prettv lively se of youngsters arnt we Miss Dell Over Thif tyFive Years In ll2 there was a great deal of di arrboca dysentery and cholera infan turn It was at this time thai Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was first brought into use I proved more successful than any other remedy or treatment and has for thirty five years maintained that record From- a small beginning its sale and use ha extended to every part of the United States and to many foreign countnes Nine druggists out of ten will recom mend it when their opinion is asked althougn they have their medicines that pay them a greater profit It can always be depended upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases For Bale at Severs Drug C- oWESLEYS CHAPEL Eagor Arm Jr lost a fine young mule lost week Mr Ed Corley was up from Clover port last Sunday Mr Jeff Dowell was badly crippled lost Thursday by cutting his foot with tin ax Mrs Pollie Argabright who has been visitingfriends and relatives at this place since May 1 returned Sunday to her home at Lodiburg The infant of Mrs Nellie Dowell died on last Sunda after three weeks illness Railroad Men Wanted The demand for telegraph operators was never as great as right now The fowling Green Business University has turned out more operators than any other school south of the Ohio river and still the demand upon it is as great as ever Its operators ae wanted by twentythree railroads This is con clusive evidence that the training iit gives is satisfactory Young men desir ing information concerning telegraphy positions should write to the Business University at Bowling Green Ky Bookkeepers and stenographers are in as equally as great demand Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back ofthe nose into the throat setting up an inflammation that is likely t mean Chronic Bronchitis The certain rational cure for Catarrh is Ely I Cream Balm and the relief that fol lows even the first application can not be told in words Dont suffer a day longer from the discomfort of Nasall Catarrh Cream Balm is sold by alll ElyBrosHasons Conduct Funeral The funeral services over the remains of Hon R M Jolly at Irvington were conducted by the Masonic lodge of that place W J Piggott acting Master o the Bewlayville lodge administering the last sad rites In the notice of Mr Jollys death iinl last weeks issue the above paragraphl was unintentionally omitted THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail fo I Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials V Black Jack Notes Dr Hardesty and daughter Ora have returned from a visit of several days with relatives at Paynesville Miss Kate Bradley of Garrett spent Sunday with Mrs R J Bradley Miss Letty Barnes lof Stiths Valley gysie Shacklett of Hill Grove and John Shacklett and Robert Barnes spent Sunday with Allie Sipse Susie Dowell of Hill Grove spent Sunday with her cousin Shelly Miller Miss Ethera Board is spending this week with Miss Lizzie Allen of Stony PointMr and Mrs Lum Hambleton spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and lrsRoy Thompson of near Guston T F Miller bought a nice milch cow from Mr France Ritchie last week for 27 J W Downs lost a good horse last week by its falling in a sink hole Lonie Hardesty and Harry Pollocl are at Paynesville for several days Dr Hardesty was called to see Wm sicktPeforna visit and was taken sick Miss Allis Foor and Mrs Riley of Louisville have returned home after spending a week with MrsLora Downs Mr and Mrs J W Downs spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Joe Foor of Ekron ac companied by Miss Allis Foor and Mrs Riley of Louisville Miss Laura Clary of Garrett spent one day last week with her mother Mrs Rosa Shacklett Mrs Bernice Price of Brandenburg motheryMrs J H Shacklett MrsfLizzie Brown spent Sunday Celia Diilt of Flint Valley Little Dell Bradley of Garrett spent JtBradley Miss Amanda Slpse of Louisville spent last Sunday with Bertha Foushee Several from here attended the W M of A picnic at Guston last Satur day There Is more Catarrh in this section of the country than any other disease put together totbe Incurable For a great many years tors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed locil remedies and by constantly falllnR to cure with local treatment pro provenscatarrh to be II constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally In doss from 10 drops to a teaspoonful H acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces r t the system They offer one hundred dollar for any case It falls to cure fund for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney ti Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take HnllV Funlly 1llls for ictttlpatlon Raises Banner Wheat Crop Mayor R B Park threshed his wheat crop yesterday which turned out the banner crop of this section so far The entire crop lacked but eleven pounds altogether of averaging 30 bush els to the acreElizabethtown News ECZEMA COVERED HANDS11YEARSand ManyPlacesBecame ManyRemedies Doctors but Got No Reljef Now Cured and Is Very PROUD OF HAVING TRIED CUTICURA REMEDIES S I had eczema on my hands for about eleven years The hands cracked open in many places and bled One of my fingers was so bad that the nail curesnomany remedies and they all had failed doctorsbut CutofCptlcura Besots CutlcuraSoapthe one cake of Soap and half a box of Cuticura Ointment cured them ItIs surely a blessing for me to have my orhavingrecommend them to all Buffering with eczema Mrs Eliza A Wiley R F D 2 Liscomb Iowa Oct 18 1000 ITCHING PIMPLES Resulted from Poisoning Cured by Two Sets of Cuticura Remedies My husband got a blood disease from wearing woolen underwear Ho was all full of pimples and ho had an awful itching lIe took a good many s0called blood remedies and nothing did him good Then wo saw in a news paper about Cuticura Remedies and they cured him after using in all two ECU of Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent and now SoapMrsPa Jan 25 1000 forEvery akinrChocolateblood Hold throu hour the world Potter Drug d Corp Hole Props nottoo Mandes Mailed Free nook on Skin and Scalp In Memory of R M Jolly1- RVINOTON KY Inasmuch as death has entered in anerI taken from us our esteemed friend and associate Robert M Jolly WB the di rectors of the First State Bank deem iit fitting to offer the followl ff resolutionsi Resolved first Though we In our hu man judgment feel that this death Is untimely and we are reminded thereby that in the midst of life we are in death yet we doubt not the wisdom of an almighty providence for we know fullI well that He who rules the waves and holds the stars in place and yet takes note of the sparrow can make no mss takeSecond By this death we have gus tained a loss which can not be easily re paired we have suffered a wound which only time can heal We have lost a true friend a good citizen a substantial busi ness manone who was ever gegerou- and ever faithful to duty Third That we extend to the bereaved family assurance of our sympathy and tender to them our assistance as friends and business associates of the deceased Fourth We submit a copy of these resolutions and order a copy filed among our records W J Piggott Jno R Wimp H H Kemper A Nappy Man Is Amos F King of Port Byron N Y 85 years of age since a sore on hIs leg which has troubled him the greater part of hif life has been entirely healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve the worlds great healer of Sores Burns Cuts r Wounds and Piles Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 25- cRAYtiONU RAYMOND KY Chester Chappell and Walter Cash man left Friday for Center Point Ind Miss Lee Thornberry is attending the Instituteat Brandenburg this week A large crowd attended the picnic at this place on last Saturday Mrs Tom Beard and children after spending several days with her mother left Friday for her home at Kirk Mr and Mrs James Hall Stephens port visited relatives here a few days agoMiss Myrtle Deacon Lodiburg visited Miss Claudio Coomes Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jeffie3rownAndyville attended the picnic and spent Saturday night with their grand mother Mrs HendryMr Mrs Morgan Chappell spent ISur1daoat I B Dutschke of Webster is very poorly at this writingMr Sam dayMr Mrs Sam J B MemoII by a snake A One of the days we remember withII pleasure as well as with profit to our health is ode which we became ac quainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the bowels Store right 25c at Severs Drug TOBINSPORT TOBINSPORT IND Mr Israel Whiteheadof Rome spent Sunday at J C Ryans Miss Eva Earles is visiting her grAnd father at Rome Several from here attended Cooley Hagans show at Cloverport Monday nightMr Tom Hyde of Indianapolis iis visiting relatives and friends here Mr Shirley England is home fromI Madison where he has been for severall monthsMrs J D Gregory of Cloverport and Mrs Mabel Harlen of Danville are visiting relatives and friends here Mrs Carey Whitehead visited he mother at Masons Landing Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Benton Eubanks o r Cloverport visited J C Ryans Wednesday of last week Miss Mabel England returned home from Owensboro Wednesday- Mrs France Boultenhouse and daughter Miss Mayme returned to their home at Cannelton Wednesday I will mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely ymtonis of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptoms only Symptom treatment iis treating the result of your ailment andI not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nervesmean Stomach weakness always And the Heart and KIdneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vitalii organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made its fame No other emedyeven claims tp treat the inside nerves Also for bloatlngbiliooaness bad breath or complexion use Dr todayforRacine Wis The Restorative is sot i sold by Severs Drug Co I Closing O- utSALEWe are going to close out our immense stock- S of General Merchandise at actual cost Mens and Boys Clothing Complete line f Shoes All kinds of Dress Goods Calicoes Hosiery Shirts Underwear Notions Hats Caps Mattings Cutlery k Queensware Tinware Harness Farm Tools Hardware 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- t Ames Buggies and Runabouts R M JOLLY SONS Irvington Kentuckyr t KOdolFor Salt by nil Frank Hook- DENTIST I have located in to do dental work and can be found at my office regularly I Will receive patients in Dr F L Lightfoots office rrrfrTr Tf1 For Farm Garden and Tobacco DISTRIBUTES ANY DRY POWDER PARIS GREEN TO PERFECTION FOR SALE BY McGlothlan Piggott IRVINGTON KY Agents for Breckenridge County tiSubscribe For the News PAINTS FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT 1 SSSSShSZ For BaobchsWeat Kidneys Kldoij C BladdirPIUtSuri Safe MlrAXID ONLY AT TUB UKORATOXY o- rE C DeWITT JSC COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Druggists I Cloverport bjDaWltfy I CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings OurMill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to J32S per squareOur best RuberiQd will last as long as the building Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in ate improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind i and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTON Owner Put Your Money where it will grow under your own control and grow raster than in any other safe way Write tar our free txoklefN which tells all about how to flank by Mall convenientlytrom We pay a per copt Interest annually Our capital se cures you 4 fi Duroc Jersey Hogs i and Fine Sheep for I IISale Southdowns and Shropshire Rams I Get in your order before they are sold E P HARD AWAY1 Itt Irviipgtea Ky v ts i Jamestown j Exposition 1 Via- rAsKeville 1 And ther J Land of the SkyII Withstopover privileges Go One WayReturn Another t A delightful trip through the ti esque mountain country of North Pcturi Linn at low rates Forillustrated tvre rates and full Information t4rre any agent V SOUTIIERNRAILWAYt Co H Hungerford Dist Pass Axtjj Louisville Ky + r yl- I I I 7 II- S FfJ AgedITI a M TORPID f SPiils MTV a cHIc effect M these errant themttIIeIrIMPARTING VIGORrsR UVFRTIle She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1907 PERSONAL i AND LOCAL Virgil Babbage is visiting in Irving ton We meet all trains Popham Per kins Mrs WicklifCe DeHaven has returned home from Texas Miss Lydia Frank of Tobinsport was here Friday OwensborofnReduced prices on all summer clothing at Shapinsky Bros Lucy and Fred Adams of Louisville are the guests of relatives Mrs A A LaHeist of New Albany is here on a visit to relatives Mrs Sam Brown of Ekron is visit ing relatives here this week Best service to and from trains by the new outfit of Popham Perkins Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro has been the guest of relatives Mrs Forrest Lightfoot and daughter Jane are visiting in Hawesville Misses Jennie Mabel Harris and Mattie Willis were in Louisville Satur dayDont fail to attend the lee Cream Supper and Lawn Fete Friday evening July 26- Miss Marion Leitch of Charleston Ills is the guest of Miss Jennie Mabel HarrisMrs Yeager and Mrs Mullen have been visiting Mrs Ed McAfee in Irv ington Misses Docia and Lottie Matheney spent last week in Lewisport visiting frelativesMrs John Burks and children of Louisville are the guests of Mrs W HBowmerNow time to buy your summer clothing at greatly reduced prices at Shapinsky Bros Mr L B Perkins who has been at Nortons Infirmary for the last three weeks is somewhat improved Mrs Fred Ferry and laughter Ann Murray have been the guests of Mrs George Bentley in Hawesville Mrs L T Reid and children are spending several weeks in Bucyrus 0 the guests of Mr Reids parents Mr and Mrs Henry Windelkin and daughter Mrs Frank White are visit ing relatives in Nashville Tenn Mr Henry Ditto Moorman of St Louis was in Cloverport the first of the week the guest of Miss Ella Smith Messrs Popham Perkins the liv erymen lost a valvjable horse Saturday by its becoming Overheated while in the liverp service An Ice Cream Supper and Lawn Fete will be given on the lawn of Mr F T Heyser on Friday evening July 26 for the benefit of the Baptist church Keep cool byattending the ice cream supper and lawn fete on the lawn of t Mr F T Heyser Friday evening July 26 given by the Baptist church choir Father Celestine Brey was in Leitch field Monday and yesterday in attend ance upon the forty hours adoration services at the Catholic church of that cityWe haye put into service a new conveyance for meeting all trains Best and most convenient accommodations and your patronage solicited Popham Perkins Mr Benton Eubanks has recovered sufficiently from the effects of an oper ation recently performed upon him for appendicitis as to be able to resume his insurance work If you want to borrow money if you want to negotiate a loan of from one to one thousand dollars call on me and I will assist you to get it Office Main street V G Babbage AttyIThe Rev B M Currie returned Sat urday from d visit to his old home at Brownsville Tenn His wife and chll dren who accompanied him there will remain in Tennessee several weeks Mr Edwin G Bell of Memphis is visiting at the home of Mr A R Fisher He will return home the last of the week accompanied by Mrs Bell who has been hereon a protracted visit Dr Frank Hoots has moved his family into the residencotecently vacated by Mr Ernest Boyd on railroad street MrBbydihaSjmciLvedinto the property formerly o cupledby Mr FI D Ferry the latter jnoviagWsL family into theT fwfc property formerly used as a Methodist parsonage Mrs Ben Bates of Irvington went to Brandenburg last week Miss Mayme DeHaven is spending the week at Tar Springs Owen Elmore of Glendeane was in Hardinsburg Monday on legal business Zilpha and Wilber Gilliland are vis iting their aunt Mrs Jennie Neafus of EkronMisses Louise and Mildred Babbage are visiting at the home of Mr D W Fairleigh in Louisville Shapinsky Bros are closing out their big line of summer clothing at remarkably low prices Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both Phones Owensboro Ky Mrs L G Wright and Miss Jennie Patterson of Roseville were guests of Mr and Mrs J J Dyer Saturday Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Miss Virginia are spending a few weeks in the mountains of Arkansas Woodford SunMisses Florence and Addle Fairleigh have returned to their home in Louisville after a visit to the home of Mr Jno D BabbageJohn has gone to Seattle Wash and Graham Eskridge has been trans ferred to St Paul Minn Adjutart Gen erals office Uf S army Mrs Thos Beard and children of Kirk returned Friday from a visit to her mother Mrs Hendry of Raymond Mrs Beard has four beautiful children stout hearty and healthy Long Live The King is the popular cry throughout European countries while in America the err of the present day is Long live DrKings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia I Ryder Paine Truro Mass sayS It never fails to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Paints 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 fiGc and 100 Trial bottle free Labor Wanted Wages 150 per day Steady em ployment Apply to Miller Brick and Tile Plant Cloverport Ky Masonic Picnic Cloverport August 22 Reduced rates to Cloverport and return from all points between Howard and Owensboro inclusive 1100 round trip from branch points Special train leaves Fordsville 600 a m returning leaves Cloverport 600 p m same day Notice Commencing July 1 storage charge will be assessed against freight ship ments held over 48 hours F D Ferry Agent Mrs Gertrude McKlernan 1 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER PRAISING PERU NA GERTRUDE MoKlEKNAN MRS Neosho street Emp6rla Kas writesI very much with a severe cold in the head and wan always complaining of feeling tired and drowsy When my mother suggested and insisted on my taking a few bottles of Peruna I did so and In a short time I felt like a nejr person My mother praises It very highly and so do I Confidence In Peruna Mrs M P Jones Burning Springs KywritesWe been using Pcruna for some time and have no hesitancy In recom mending it for the thousand and one ailments of humanity Prom a personal testl shall not hes itate to recommend it especially to all suffering women Peru has gained full confidence and a permanent stay in our home A Great Tenlc Mrs Anna Linder R R 5 Dansell Minn writes MI took jPcruns and am well I would notbe without that crest touio for ten times its cost r QARRETT Misses Mabel and Jennie Rhodes are spending this week in Brandenburg at tending the teachers institute Several from around here attende- the picnic at Guston All report a nice picnic Miss Fayette Shacklette is expected to visit her old Meade county horn soonMrs Beatrice Tuell and children spent Monday at Brandenburg She went there to meet her brother Dan Meyer from Chicago Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Med icine Free If yon nave offensive pimples or erup tions ulcers on auy part of the body aching bones or joints frilling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itches and burns sore lips or gums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from serious bloodI poison or the beginnings ot deadly cancer Take Botonic Blood BalmI B B B It kills the poison in the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the affected parts heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and paius and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm curesI all Malignant blood troubles suchaI eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for nil obstinate cases Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists 1 To prove iit cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Ire emedical advice sent in sealed letter The Rev Father James L Whalen of Stithton Hardin county has been vis iting Father Celestine Brey Sunday morning at the Catholic church Father Whalen conducted services delivering an excellent discourse He left Monday morning for Daviess county where he has accepted the charge of the St Al fonso church Nearly all oldfashioned Cough Syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates They dont act just right Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates It drivesUbe cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels Contains Honey and Tar an l tastes nearly as good an maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists Henderson Route Notes Excursion to Louisville July 28 125 round trip on trains 112 and 116 Good to return same date Chatauqua Owensboro 155 roundI 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 date Special Niagara Falls Excursion Sea son 1907 Dates of sale July 2530 and 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 15 1925 round trip from Cloverport Call at the office this city for information Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first an third Tuesdays via L H St L Social Notes Y MRS BOWNE HOSTESS Mrs Edward Bowne gave a dinner Tuesday in honor of Mr Chas Crary of Middleport Ohio and Mr Moore of Virginia The guests included the directors of the Murray Roof Tile Co and Mr and Mrs A H Murray Miss Irene Jarboe assisted in entertain ing 000 MISSES PAIRLEIGH ENTERTAINED Misses Florence and Addle Fairleigh were guests of honor at a delightful party given at the home of Mr and Mrs H L Stader Wednesday evening The guests of the occasion were Misses Lucile LaNeave Florence and Addle Fairleigh Louise and Mildred Babbage and Lawrence and Harold Murray Colin Miller John Felix Jarboe an l Stuart Babbage Mrs Fred Ferry entertained inform ally in honor of Miss Florence Fa- irlelghiiiiii + + Wits 1 t9dto for rent For further lnformatlo apply to Mrs uannah Hurdtn Holt Ky FR SALGfcholarslilp In Howling Uree oeUreckenrltlKeNews 1 WANTEU O stock hOlts weighing from pounds Heard Hr s Hard insburg thebrunchIt1acrellInor whom Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Itreckenrldee News Clorurport Ky FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines one lot of Rood Laundry machines GasollnEuginesStreetLouisvilleLAND FOR SALK SALEIO acres of land situated near Sinking Creik one mllo and u half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improve ments one smut log dwelling three rooms oldFinennllbbujtepORSALEBook of Destinyfortune boot lOc lit News office Beautifully Bred DUROCJERSEY PIGSB- oth sex not akin by a faslilonnblybrd son of the Grand Champion Boar of tho world and also by u fashionablybred grandson of the Grand Champion Sow of the world Prices reglstueSbropsltireI M S KIPE 253 Fifth St Louisville Ky r 1 OldII Furniture I Looks New after a coat of i JillpJIrIrk Jlcwtr wru tsa scat nc Severs Drug Co L J Farm For Sale 82 34 acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport For particulars address W L NOELL Cloverport Ky Ties and Timber Wanted The Indiana Tie Co have a large plant in Evansville for treating Rail road ties by which process any class of timber is made as servicable as white oak They are wanting ties and t timber tracts near rail road or river FtE Matheny Stephe sport Ky STEPHENSPORT STEPHENSPORT KY Mrs Frank Ferry and son are guestsI of her parents Mr and Mrs E H Mil lerMr and Mr E T Connor have re turned from Owensboro where they vis ited their son Stanley Mr and Mrs Kit DeJarnett and chil dren were guests of Mr and Mrs Scott BellMr and Mrs N G Barbee spent the day Sunday in Cloverport the guests of their daughter Mrs Chas Wagner Mrs Albert McKaughan and little Mystidc to visit relatives Miss Katie Bell has a position in Mr W J Schopps store Miss Connie Conn has resigned She will enter Center College in September- Mr and Mrs T G Cannor will leave the last of the week for their home iin Canton Ohio Miss Cecil Dix was the guest of Mrs Russel Hamilton last week Mrs L B Helm spent the day in Ir vington Sunday with relatives Robert W Vaughan of Lexington ar rived here Sunday to visit his grand parents Mr and Mrs L B Helm Master Jerry Lennon of Hardinsburg is the guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs R A Smith Born to the wire of Herman Dieck man Monday morning a fine girl Constipation For constipation there Is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomach an l produceda pleasant out any disagreeable effect Price 25i cents Sample free at Severs Diug Stose x i t 4 a1 J11MLLT ME AT KOLTCS I J I one month to August IJust 22II 1AIIEeiDual Barbecue To be held at the same old placethe ideal picnic grounds Always cool and shady IOf course youre going Meantime if any IW j thing is needed in the Wearing Apparel let Ius supply you withILawns I Umbrellas Parasols Linen I1m t IWft and Straw Hats Belts Lace Hosiers Pants and Serge i Coats and Thin Underwear or I I anything you have forgotten Ild IJ C Nolte tBroICloverport Ky I- SJ Brecke nridge County Fai AT Hardinsburg Sept 3 4 and 5 07 SpecII ial Premiums added by local business men Total investment 10000 No more beautiful or better equipped county fair grounds in the State No county lair will have as large an attendance C V Robertson Pres M H Beard Sec C Cadicks bakestuffs probaly I GrandviewCadick aII iimram iiIllJ fsm fsm VANDERBILT TRAINING J Erwin Principal Elkton Prepares best Colleges and Universities Location high health Large campus equipment South strong faculty good no saloons county Athletics encouraged catalogue giving detail excellent school your boy Opens September 3 TAR FORK James Chancellor continues about the same Is suffering with ashma and Mrs Dennie Sherron and her father T 0 Rvan were Cloverport WednesdayW Pisgib was at Rev C L Goffs Wednesday and Thursday and Mrs Eli Fisher spent Sunday Rock Vale with his parents Mrs Joe Campbell Tar creek spent last week with her daughter Mrs Felix Jas Keenan Sr lost a nice horse last week It valued at MO Mrs Samuel Rice who Is years age walked from her home to Chan cellors store one day last weak=a lance a mile She enjoys good health since recovering from au attack grip last winter lien Bates and family Clover creek spent Saturday and Simlny Nvith and Mrs Geo Perkins near Rork Vale Rev C L Goff and family spent Sat urdayand Sunday at the daughter Mrs Will Main near Pis gali lL C Taut wife anl daughter and Miss Mai Clark McQnady visited this section Saturday and were guests and Mrs Eli Fisher and T H Bates and and Lawrence Keenan ai m That 1ft tJyou will do your part do it well andIDust Flour will do Youll have gm for the food of Gods If you arent good and havingI the fault flour Perhaps youve Is never used Cadicks Gold Dust Flour If so its time you did wait but order a sack nowtBfJ SCHOOL T A B A M Ky boys for and ful best in the town in Send for in what this offers 1907 He Mr in of Mr at of nunn was 8V of dis of of of Mr home of his of last of Mr Mr Mrs Mr Mrs if the fit the too bread Dont A mn t Even Gibralter cant compare with the foundation of our bank because that famous rock has underground passages and our bank has not Built squarely on honesty every depositor can be sure of fair treatment security for his money and a constantlyearning interest on same Most rocks can be blasted and crumbled but the foundation on which this bank is built bids defiance to both Get iu line with our big family of satis fled depositors and build for future com fort on our eolid foundation BANK OF CLOVER PORT CLOVERPORT Ky Are you going to the Tar Springs pIc- nic See Popham Perkins for a nice rig- a 4 Tc i C f + 1fi2 I11r J y L JfJg 0 J iIJJ r- v 4y y- CTf0 7 1 t IJ The CSuddenC There Is a disease prevailing In thb country most dangerous because so decei of tlve sudden are b- yItheart pneumonia failure or apoplexv are the of kidney disease kidney trouble is al lowed to advance the A blood will attack the vital or the Kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from derangement of the kidneys and a cure is attained quickest bya proper treatment of the kidneys if you are feeling you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and to hold urine and scald Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to- go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the lion extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon stands the for won Ilrdenul10SwampRootby all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar In f sized bottles You may II have a sample bottle this wonderful new die oovery and a book that Many deaths caused disease heart often result kidneypoisoned organs badly remedyIt A tells nabout It both nomeof8auipnooi jlost tentfree by nail Address Dr Kilmer CcreBinghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember lli name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Plngbamton N y I pq eyorv bouifl I17f1 11 Canton Ohio Druggistth I was a miserable incurable it appeared for years with stomach liver and lome slight difficulty with kidney trouble Treated by physicians usedall patent medicines I heard or knew of No relief But suffered a that continual sinking and falling off in the with Denn PISureTrItCured me right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market Ft Canton 0- RHEUMATISM and as WITHheA cuRED IN 3 DAYS DENNS SURE SAFE i3C SPEEDY lIREsa THE DISCOVCRtR lOYEt SS ON CduCt ffarWAS CURED IN 3OAY5i S7J4 lu CrjbiiU DEMNS S5SC CO i COLUM US o sc r jofI and 2SOLD5l Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky be H DeH nOORMAN of Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KYsWill practice his profession Iin all of thegtgt C and adjoiningCourts of nreckonrldKe Ver Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Hank of HardlnsburR of L II 4 ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverpo 507 AM stops at Howard on ting only arrive at Louisville 725 A M of No II ally Moll ana Jxpressleaves Clo any verport 9911 A M stops at all way stations arriVes Louisville 115 p ro be Train No 114 Doily fustmatl leaves Clu at all way stations atLouisvilleat t Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Clom verport accommodation arrives Cloverport 848 D m No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport H 4S p m arrives Louisville 1135 p m makes all stops except Addison Sam ple Mystic Loulburir Webster Lung Branch nrUe and Howard WEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Cloverport fcccommodatloi eaves Clover port 600 a m arrives Evansville 900t am Train No 111 Dally fast mall Land express JIj leaves Clovurport 1043 a m stops only at flawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensborp Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrive St Loul1416O p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo yerpprt 1106 PlII arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A II stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only loaves Cia verport 925 a m nrrlves Evansville 112 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 148 between Louisville arid St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except tfunday loavesI Fordsville 80 m rrvos Irvlngton 8140 am Train No4 Dallv except Sunday loaves Fordsville 3W p m arrives Irvington 5jfiO p mTrain No 8 Sunday only fordsvllle630 a m Irvlngton 108 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Daily except Sunday leaves IrvingtonlO5a arrives Fordsville 845 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Jtvlngton 650 p m arrives Fordsville 940 B I- nGREAT Summer Discountnowon at DrauRhons Practical Business Col logos Kvansvllle and Iaducah POSITIONS secured or money bacK May If prefer take lessons BY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost of board etc Write Tor catalogue and summer Discount Card Dr ughona P B College Co Incorporated THE CHILDREN LIKE IT KENNEDYS LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Subscribe For The News OANTEEN FAVORED Army arid Navy Union Declares For Restoration of This Feature of Army Life TEMPERANCE MEASURE No Greater Blow tu Genuine Temperance lVas Ever Struck Tlmir When Canteen Law Was Repealed This Is the Sober Judgment or Uen AVho Are In u PiiHilion to Know Wvreol They Speak Washington July 19The conven of the Army and Navy Union bit voted in favor of the restoration of the canteen and for an increase of per cent in the pay of petty officer enlisted men of the navy on ever four years pt service Resolutions of condolence And sympathy to the rela tines and friends of the late com rades oL thjg battleship Georgia whc their lives as the result of the explosion on that vessel wert adopted The national commander by unapmous vgto wp authorized to establish garrisons of the union on battleships and other vessels The national endowment an auxiliary sick insurance and death benefit was revived by order of the convention but Joining of the endowment Is optional with members The resolutions adopted in favor o- othe restoration of the army canteen follows Resolved by tho Army and Navy Union in convention assembled wo desire to go on record with officers and men of the army with Roosevelt and Secretary with the Spanish veterans and many other patriotic organizations in favor of the restoration to the army to soldiers homes of the canteen it was operated prior to 1901 Resolved that our own experience shown beyond question that the of beer and light drinks In the canteen was a veritable temperance measure that it aided in promoting the moral welfare and comfort the men in the post and camps that no greater blow to genuine temperance was ever struck than when the law was repealed Resolved that we believe congress should have the courage to meet this question squarely and fairly and not Influenced as in the past by the theories of persons who have had no actual experience with army and navy life We therefore direct the officers this organization to take whatever may be necessary to urge con to restore the former law ai the canteen believing that we are acting not only for the good of our soldiers but likewise in the interest temperance and moderation National officers will be elected thli afternoon Commander Drown is be- Ing opposed for reelection by General Andrew S Burt U S A retired When there is the slightest indJcatio indigestion heart burn flatulence or form of stomach Uouble take a little KoJol occasionally and you will afforded prompt relief Kodol is a compound of vegetable acids aud ro j the juices found in a healthy Kodol digests what you eat your food do you good Sold by- all druggists 3JJBABX JO SauaH SUJJI JO jadoad ein suet n oouBJa ul and jo onetio pro oqj uj don si PIJOM mn uj JIJOJ 2UJAJIJO JSOSSjq pun JS3PIO OUJX tpunj iuoxug arJ 3Q I mnm J3i ssalq JOI UUK PIO i IOJIHJ3 still UI HJOAV UOXBS uu si ajatfj am naj HOA Uv3asllaf0 APBM RobbingYourself That is just what you are doing when you fail to get regular and sufficient sleep Your body requires this unconscious period for repair work with out it your nerve energy becomes exhausted and you are tirqd wornout nervous ex citable have headache neu ralgia indigestion poor appetite or other ailments caused by a lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you are restless take Dr Miles Nervine it soothes and strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today I had a severe spell of fever which left mo in a very weak condition and very nervous I had severe spells of headache and neuralgia and could sleep but very little Every effort that was made to recover my strength was of no avail until I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine After I commenced to take the Nervine my sleep was profound and restful and the pains In my head as well as the neuralgia pains left mo to a certain extent and I crew gradually better MRS B B GILBERT8ON S21 Berylan Ave Belvidere Ill Dr Mlles Nervine U sold by your rirtigalst who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad VEROTCT 1NI LAMANA STkBH I New Orleans Kidnappers Found Gull ty Without Capital Punishment Hahnville La July 19 Verdict In kidnapping and murder trial Nlco ulna Gebbia Cajnpleclnno Mrs Cam plBcIano Tony Costa and Frank Gen dusft guilty without capital punish ment of complicity in the murder of little Walter Lamana of New Orleans who was kidnapped and strangled about a month ago The verdict was received Just before dark last night after the Jury had been out fortyfive minutes andI at the close of a fourdays trial fullI of excitement Absolute silence greeted the foremans announcement The spectators listened quietly while the Jury declared that their verdIctI was unanimous and then court adjourned I An hour afterward it wasI reported that preparations for a lynch ing were under way A physician ofI local prominence gave out a state ment declaring that the good people of St Charles repudiate the verdict and calling it a prostitution of Jus ticeThe lynching report reached as far as Now Orleans and the local officials were apprehensive that a party might be made up in that city to aid in such an attempt The distance between here and New Orleans is about twenty Dillef Only three of the prisoners Vefe mentioned IS theSe rumors of violence the name of Mrs Campiscl ano being omitted Th verdict WJVB generally satisfactory in her case The others are the womans husband and Collagero Gendusa and Tony CostaThe prisoners were returned to the I St Charles parish jail an isolated structure standing in the fields a j quarter of a mile away from any hab itation except the sheriffs house and the courthouse It was deemed un wise to take the prisoners back to- Ne Orleans by train since the railroad would have to take them through n somewhat wild country on the west bank of the river and outside the city The sheriff who has the prisoners In confinement has repeatedly declared that he can prevent lynching of the t Italians in his parish and he is looked upon as capable of defending the men In almost any emergency- In the four days trial which closed last night the state did not succeed In proving that any of the accused committed the actual murder It was testified that Camplsclano and his wife shielded the kidnappers from capture even throwing a party of po lice off the trail when they were with in a short distance of the boys hiding place about an hour before his murder Testifying in his own defense Camplsclano did not deny this but claimed that he had been forced byt threats of death to act as he did Collagero Gendusa was the gobetween for the ransom money and Costa ac cording to witnesses was the actual kidnapper who stole the boy and gave him to the kidnappers Costa denied this while testifying in his own de fenseCamplsclano testified that the actual murderers were Angelo Incaracaterra Tony Gendusa Steffano Monfre and Chico Luchesi These four have not been captured Camplsclano also im plicated in the plot Leonardo Gebbia and Nlcollna his sister both of whom will be tried next week Boys Life Savad My little toy four years old had a evere attack of dysentery We had two ibysicians both of them gave item up Ae then gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy which ured him and believe that saved hi- sJifWl1Iiam H Stroling Carbon Hill Via There is no doubt but this remedy eves toe lives of many children each ear Give it with castor oil according fo the plain printed directions and a cure Is certain For sale by Severs Drug Co TERSE TELEGRAMS Nicholas Longworth soninlaw of thE president and Mrs Longworth are at San Francisco on their way to Honolulu Increases ranging from 250 to 10- per month have been granted the telegraphers of the Queen Crescent allroad system Albert Tuebert proprietor of the St Charles hotel at Janesville Wis was sentenced to ten days in Jail for slapping his wife Wheat prices in the Chicago exchange advanced sharply on buying rought out by reports of damage to he spring sown crop The striking commercial telegraph ers at San Francisco have refused to accept concessions as framed by their national executive committee Reports from interior parts of West Virginia indicate that the flood damage caused by storms and cloudbursts vlll reach at least half a million dol lars It is reported that probably Salvador will invade Nicaragua with a powerful army in which will be enrolled resident Zelayas Nicaraguan enemies A United States bank examiner has then charge of the Peoples National bank of Gallatln Tenn a discrepancy of 39000 having been found in the accounts Henry White a negro convicted of the murder of Marshal Basore of ranklin Ohio in October 1906 was lectrocuted in the annex at the Ohio enitentiaryWith jurors accepted by the dense at Sandy Hook Ky to try udge James Hargii Indications are tot the jury Will be secured before ht end of the week FACTS IN FEW LINE The Saturday half holiday originated In England In the eleventh century- It Is said that out of Brazils navy of fortyfive vessels only five are seuwoi thyThe world has about 21000000 acres of vineyards of which fully 1000000 acres are In Europe Chemists say that all records written with the ordinary Ink In use will ibe completely faded out In seventy year The German Institute of Athens haR discovered a gold decorated edifice in excavating near PHos which is belle ed to be the palace of the homer King Nestor John Fair a highly respected citizen of Montgomery Pa has at his home in small keg containing several quarts or cider which he made flftyone year ago The cider Is now black In color and Is very strong Garrett J Hopper of Wllllnmstowji Mass while cleaning out u spring 011 his estate unearthed to perfect spec mens of arrow heads a spear head am a tomahawk The tomahawk had a re markably keen edge On San Juan hill bounded bYCRt Sixtyfirst and Sixtysecond street Amsterdam and West End avenues IIII New York city Is a block that bm 0173 Inimbltnnta It IH the most popu to worldOne delivery cnr nets of Ellsworth Me covers hit c9XcrstlscltyfiveII delivering on average of 339 pieces ot mall and collecting 127 pieces The old brick factory at North Mon mouth Me has had quite a history IIt was built In 1845 for a starch factor and since then has been used as n boy webbing factory n storehouse and now Is to be turned into a blanket mill A resolution In favor of restoring tin name of Kruger avenue to one of the chief streets In the city the orlglmi name was clanged to Alexandra ave flue after the lute war has been rejected by the Bloom fonteln corporation- An error huts boon detected In the In scrlption on the pedestal for the statut of the late Duke of Cambridge IIII Whitehall England The Inscrlptloi Includes the words Born 1810 dlei 1903 The duke tiled In March 1004 Thu total bonded debt of the Unlto States Is only 025000000 and that of Xew York city Is already more thai half that of the national government At the present rate of Increase the metropolis will have the largest indebted floss In five years The government of Brazil Is author Ized to organize n regular service foi propaganda of the mineral wealth of the country especially as regards pros pectin and can If it deems expedIent subsidize companies capable of under taking this service A bride was sued In London the other day for refreshments supplied for lie wedding feast The list was as fol lows Four and a halt gallons of beet one quart Scotch one pint Irish one bottle of gin one quart of port one pint of sherry one bottle of claret so das lemons Trees are now being used for soot breaks and to take the place of snoi sheds and fences which border all tin railroad Hues crossing the Rocky noun twins In the north More than a hundred miles of these trees have already been planted In a section of one of the transcontluentaillnesAt banquet given in London by Beerbohm Tree to Sotbcri and Marlowe Chancellor Asquith was n prominent figure Tree had ordered that no speech should exceed five sen tences but his brother Max Beerbohm was able to construct a witty and com pllmentary sentence of 500 words A Paris Jeweler has bought a hug number of stones which have been found In mines on the czars private property Every year stones from these mines are offered for sale by tender hi the same way as the forest lands and mines belonging to the czar are occasionally sold by the Imperial cabinet The German kaiser is sending to till Harvard and Columbia universities presents of three valuable works Oars a copy of the works of Frederick the Great in thirtyfour volumes another n copy of the works of Adolf Menzel the painter and the third a copy of the volume on the uniforms of Frederick the Greats army Red Cloud the famous Sioux chiefs now very old and realizing that ho must soon depart for the happy bunt- Ing grounds he has Issued a pathetic appeal to the white people to be gool to the poor Indian Once a fierce Will rior and a foe to the whites Re l Cloud long ago became peaceable Ho still retains the old style garb of hi race but he appreciates the value of civilization The Earl of Durham has given to Sunderluud museum an entomologicalI collection of American specimens which were secured by the first Earl of Dnr ham when he was governor general of Canada They include 3000 exam pies mostly butterflies moths and lice ties and also stick and leaf Insect locusts cicadas dragon files and spl ders Some of the latter are of tIll tarantula class measuring six inches across A special exhibition Is to bo made of them One of the original town alters of Leavenworth Is still living In that prosperous Kansas city This is A T Kyle who in 1854 with a few associ ates selected the site of what Is now one of the biggest cities in Kansas He nude the first survey for the town just outside of Fort Leavenworth then at frontier post for the protection of settlers from marauding Indians He has lived there ever since It took him two months to survey the site and then two or three more months were consumed in clearing the brush from a place not bigger than the present business district t WOMEN WHO CHARM Health la the First Essential Toward Malting Woman Attractive 7 MISS HULDA KUGHLER There is a beauty and attractive ness in health which is far greater than mere regularity of feature A cicldr irritable and complaining woman always carries a cloud of depression with her she is not only unhappy herself but is a damper to all joy anq 1mpphlCsS when with her family and frioude3- K h- It ttis the bright healthy vivacious woman who always charms and carri- estin Yh ryr she ggQ- sIf ft wo n fln s 1tnt honerqea- are flagging and hat everything tires her if her feminino system fails to perform its allotted duties there Is nervousness sleeplessness faintness backache headache bearing down pains and irregularities causing constant misery and melancholia she should remember that Lydia E Plnkham3 Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs will dispel all these troubles By correcting the cause of the trouble it cures where other treatment may have failedMiss Elizabeth Wynn of No 205 8th Avenue New York City writes Dear Mrs PlnkhamJ For months I suffered with dreadful headaches pain in tho back and severe hemorrhages I was weak and out of torts all the time Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound helped me when all other medi cine had failed It seemed to be Just what I needed and quickly restored my health Should Stay at Nome Union town Ky Julv 18 Ministers at Sturgis are aroused over ihe Bloomer Girlsplaying ball in that city against + Ji I M j j PIKE Mgr i53WS 5355 53 53 53 5552453f 53353 53j i r I1 j1d MISS WYNN Miss Hulda Kughler of No 25 West 15th Street New York City writes Dear Mrs Plnkham For months I was ill with an internal trouble I suffered terrible agony was nervous irritable and sick all the time I took different medicines without benefit Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound was recommended and within six Iwas completely restored to want to recommend it to ROmA Women who are troubled with painful or irregular functions backache ments or ulcoration that feeling dizziness or nervous may be restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Mrs Pinkhams Invitation to Women Women suffering from tiny form of female weakness are invited to promptly with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Moss From the symptoms given the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest way of recovery advised Out of her vast volume of experience in treating female ills Mrs Pinkham probably has the very knowledge that will help your case Her advioo is free and always helpful an amateur team and have advised their members to stay away on the grounds that women bave no business to engage in a game of base ball with I men r m usi IiS I ItFirstM IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WtiP D H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and solicited Paid on Time Deposits THE- m Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky CAMPBELL ELIZABETH monthsI everysufferinf bloatingorilatulencedisplace inflammation bearingdown indigestion prostration communicate VictPresiden Individuals Interest The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel in the city making a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal 8hopptnf6istrlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cltv- Everything neat andiclean S U 4t 533 53 5W 5V 545WPj1 f 1N 4 H The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company 1 CAPITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier S PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eakridge G W Beard lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orBurglary 1 u+ NNN NN i ardO rnfls L F Y Kentucky school of Telegraphy Opejis Sept 2 1907 thorough iustructions in Telegraphy Typewriting and WITH Accounting Equipment perfect relays sounders and keps used ason all telegraph lines We give you a thorough telegraphic education and guarantee you a paying position direct from school Special rates to first twenty enrolling Write today for full information Kentucky School of Telegraphy Owensboro Ky dlidas a T n u OOOOOOO 00000000000006 A New Orleans woman was thin 0 0nourishment 0SheResultShe a pound a day in weight ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 I OOOO OO O O GLEN DEANE GLENDEANE Ky- Otter i Owen went to Louisville on business this week Mrs T L Curtis spent a few days at KingswoodMr Matthews is very low Mrs Ed Glasscock is visiting her father Billie Robertson of Grayson county this week Dick Jones tobacco patch was de stroyed by fire this week It is thought that it was set afire by sparks from a Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Cloverport Foundry Machine Co I For kinds Foundry Machine Boiler Electrical Tin Galvanized and Sheet II Iron Work I Gasolene Boat Work I IISpecialty I IISaw Stationery rtaI Traction Marine Steam Gasolene Engines II Complete Plumbers Supplies Beltings Hangers Injectors Roofing Guttering EtcISatisfaction Guaranteed Estimates cheerfully furnished apef 11buying Cloverport Foundry and I Machine Co I Cloverport Kentucky I- l mJljmBffim A Few of the Lecturers GOV DR GEO STUART of EVERETT of OPIE GALLOWAY FATTIER VAUGHN threshing engine Mrs D C Moorman and her little daughter Betsy have returned from the camp meeting at Kingswood Free for Catarrh just to merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Let me send it now It is a snowwhite creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing Ingre as Oil Eucaliptua Thymol Menthol etc it gives instant and last ing to Catarrh of the nose and Make the free test and see for yourself what this preparation can and will accomplish Addrexs Dr Shoon Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co W n BOWMCB President A B SKILLMAN Cashier y L LioniroOT VIcePresldent = CHAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great small solicited all of I I ve N v I 1 = I a Mill P I Gas and A Full and Stock of tfM Engine and Mill Sup plies Pulleys tfM Grate Bars Hose Pumps Tin Ion I v FOLK GRAY SPURGEON England I PRES CAPT HOBSON AS E READ BISHOP prove dients relief throat way and CUSTER NEWS News In General of The Village Given By Our Correspondent CUSTER KY Hawkins Smith was in town Satur day with fourteen Montana horses for sale They attracted the youth and small boy Whether Mr Smith made any sales we were unable to learn ex cept four colts to Ben Harned for 1125 each Misses Ella Ahl Clara Eskridge and Kate Stith of Hardinsburg are visiting at the home ot Mrs Dick Penick On Monday they came into Custer and called on Miss Bettie Taylor Miss Mary Lee Gregory of Garfield has made a two weeks visit to her uncle Dr J W Meador She return ed home Tuesday Buckle Richardson of Hardin county near Breckenridge county line died on Sunday night of consumption- A very ugly snake was killed in Mrs Molly Alexanders yard last Friday Mrs Alexander was pulling weeds around her flower bed and just excaped catching the snake in her hand There was no harm done beyond giv ing her a terrible fright and causing her to be very nervous the rest of the day Sherman Haynes did the killing Dr Raymond Meador Sherman Haynes Charley Alexander and others attended the show at Big Spring Sat urday night Master Irwin Taylor while visiting in Big Spring sold his colt that he drove in the runabout at the time he took his two sisters to visit their uncle Mr J W Meador Jr Consideration J110 Mr Meador immediately sold the same animal for 130 The colt was a true match to one Mr Meador had In getting Irvies colt it inhanced the value of both animals and made a ready saleButler Butler are handling a great deal of stock and receive a bunch every few days We understand they have been successful Our bank is exceeding expectations Every farmer we hear from is getting his work well under headway All work has been backward this season on acount of the late spring Charlie Carman who was overcome with heat two weeks ago Is still in a critical condition Henry Harned a former citizen of this county but now of Oklahoma Is here with his daughter visiting friends and relatives He reports Oklahoma a grand place to live and likes the home of his adoption but Kentucky has the first place In his heart and will always behomeCuster is to have a show the night of the 23rd The last show billed for this town was rained out The State Land Testers passed through this place Wednesday taking samples from the farms of Bob Cook and Doc Springate Bill Minn mute died of heart trouble TuesdayDr Meador and A B Suter visited in Big Spring Wednesday eveningA Suter in company with baby Alf Taylor went to Garfield Wednes day afternoon and from there to Rosetta to be the guests of Mr and Mrs H B Head They returned home Thursday accompanied by Mrs Eliza Taylor who has been Mrs Heads guest since Friday School opened Monday morning with sixty pupils Mr Trent anticipates an unusually good term this time Now children each of you try and not dis I appoint Mr Trent so far as your in dividual self is concerned Jesse Huffines a Custer boy living in Louisville and working for the street car company met with a serious ac cident while at work While running a car out on the switch another car back ed up behind him catching him between the two cars crushing both his legs badly One leg had to be amputated His father J W Hufnnesl was telephoned and immediately started to his bedside Mr Huffines returned to Custer Wednesday Jesse is in the city hospital doing nicely Dick Adkisson Cloverport was in Custer Wednesday Mr Adkisson bought the timber on the Tinius farm and was here looking into the removal of the timber The meeting closed at High Plains with no conversions or additions to the church but a greet good done in reviving the interest of the church and the church work Bro McConnell makes a fine pastor and the most thorough worker ever on this work He Is always on hand and time and if there Is any shirking itris by the church members and not by the pastor Mr and Mrs Ira Hoskins and children of Hardin county visited the family of J T Mitcham several days last week Mrs Hoskinson and Mrs Mitcham are sisters Vernon Pile after visiting friends here has returned to his home at Vine GroveMr and Mrs R O Penick have within the past week been visiting in the vicinity of Custer The parents of both live here and there is a large con nection on both sides of the house Mrs John Butler visited her mother at Harned for a few days Her special mission to Harned was to meet an aunt whom she had not met for fifteen yearsLittle Joe the infant child of J T and Mrs Clara Mitcham died very unexpectedly Friday at 2 p m from cholera infantum It was buried at the Hall burying ground near Custer Miss Carter has improved sufficiently to be taken to her home in the country Miss Carter has consumption Butler Butler are receiving a large amount of stock this week Doc Springate returned from Louis ville Wednesday While in the city Mr Springate purchased a surry Wm Butler Harned spent Friday and Saturday with his daughter Mrs Lida Butler Charlie Butler returned from Louis ville Wednesday Quarterly conference will be held at this place on August 4 Rev S G Shelley the presiding elder will be present Thousands ot people are daily suffer 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 inflam matiou of the bladder Their action is prompt and sure A weeks treatment for 25c Sold by all druggists Tall Shooting In West Virginia From the Stauntan Spectator There is an old Confederate soldier now visiting some friends in Greenbrier county W Va who was a holy terror in battle He was a shot from way back He came to the reunion at Rich mond and stopped off Among his feats of marksmanship the following bimple exploits we are told are performed He can suspend a bottle by a string shoot and cut the string and then break the bottle with another shot before it hits the ground With a small calibre gun and alarge lead pencil he can knock the lead out when the pencil is thrown into the air and not injure the wood covering A favorite pastime with him is to start a barrel rolling down hill and put a bullet through the bunghoe every time the barrel turns over We call this good shooting LABOR TROUBLESAT Strike Among Union Men Threaten To Close All Industries Tell City is in the throes of a labor trouble the agitation of which has been going on for some months Of the 1000 laborers in that town 700 are now said to be organized and in the union Some of the most substantial manufacturing interests of the town nefuse to recognize the organization and as a result many industries are on a stand still while others are sure to be come inactive It is stated that it is a matter of only a few weeks at least when the town Industries will be out of operation as a result Considerable hard feeling exists over the matter and it is said that property depreciation in value is very noticeableClarion When the baby is teething it is cross and 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 little organs of the stomach are affected bringing on colic aud diarrhoea Cas casweet for babiaud children makes the stomach right and allays inflamma tion and prevents irritation Casca sweet makes the baby happy and well Sold by all druggists VOICE OF THE CHURCH rIs Raised Against Certain Proposition of So Called Critics Rome July 19The syllabus promulgated by the pope with regard to faithIthat Roman Catholic authors under exIplain them in the name of history in such a fashion that the dogmas them selves disappear To prevent such errors the preamble says the pope has ordered a congregation of Inquisi tion to note and reprove the principal errors and with his approbation sixty five propositions are condemned These include the following Divine inspiration does not guar antee all and every part of the holy scriptures against error The resurrection of the Saviour Is not an historical fact but is purely supernatural It can neither be de monstrated nor Is it demonstratable The Roman Catholic church became the head of all churches not by div ine ordinances but by purely politi cal circumstances The church Is the enemy of natural and theological sciences The Christian doctrine was first Ju daic then Pauline then Hellenic then universalThe articles of the Apos ties creed had not the same signifi cance to the primitive Christians as they have to the Christians of the present time t J in in I and 25c the I For Day At 3 is the program for ary Day at Custer in the Big circuit on 1000 a m Ie A the Grea Need of the DayDr J W Meador K H on the Big Circuit the Amount Per Cass We Pay it aud Shall We do H J M Cutler Sermon on Missions S G Shelley 130 p m Lyon The Hungry People of the East Shall We Give Them the Bread T C C Martin The Reflex Influence of Missions Upon the Home Life of the Church Mrs S G Shelley It will pay you to take good cue of your liver because If you do your liver will take rood care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach tires you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver sedldse and that For over 60 years this wonderful IIt gently eD the liver and kid neys and does oat Irritate the bowels It cures relieves con gestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body In perfect health Price 2Sc at all druggists and It e of Condition of The of HardinsburgTrust IIUardlnsburg Ky at Close of June 29 1907 Resources Notes and BillsI 24526441 Cash Safe 1647967 I Cash Other Banks 3813743 Stocks and Bonds 3499469 Banking House and Lot 180000 Other EstateI 13679 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 TotalI 33721299 = We ask your careful of the in this and call your to the very conserva tive of each item in our resources every dollar of which is worth more than one cents We call your to the of our Our resources are ample to handle the business in this section of the State and we give the most careful to small No account is too small for us to We are to handle every kind of trust act as trustee etc Very H I Jl J 4 SEVEN HILLS CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST 1149 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY worlds greatest Lecturers Entertainers Great Schools Season Admission for vacation or church picnic Thirtyfour acres in Boating Bathing Fishing PROGRAM Missionary Custer August Following Sprint 3- MORNING Devotional ServiceI- w Hoskinson Missionary Conscience NorrisThe itDrs-W AFTERNOON SESSION ServjceM- V o- fLifeJ McConnell HowsYour YourLiver I- sBedfords BlackDraught standbyIntodaytheActs constipation I Bank Statement Business Real Liabilities Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus and Undivi ded Profits 691010 Amount due Deposi tors 28030289 Total 33721299 Inspection statement attention II valuation hundred attention representative character directorate largest consideration accounts business guardianappreciate prepared administrator respectfully t M BEARD Cashier The Ten ticket 250 Daily Just place your summer Park Mission August SESSION Spring Member Strother Devotional dealersTest figures assignee Three Bands ROUNDS IMPERIALLadies JEFFRIES TIIIRD REGIMENT Two Maje Quartets Readers Etc Wonderful Trained Animals 9 Write W F Maylott Superintendent Owensboro Ky for 34 Page Program I t r V Hi 1 r- tt fvyr f I c J FOURTH ANNU- ALMasonic Ce ebratibn- ANDPICNIC SATORDAYARDINSBURG 3 f Both Candidates for Governor MerryGoRoundwill be presentForthe YoungYi Judge S W Hanger DinnerAThe Hardinsburg Military Band Will Furnish Music Reduced Rates Round Trip Round Trip Rate Rate Louisville 200 Owensboro 200 Howard 100 Maceo 175 Bartles 100rtitman 175 Rock Haven 100 Lewisport 150 Long Branch 100 Adair 150 Brandenburg 100 Petri 135 Ekron 100 HaweSvillo 125 Guston 80 Skillman 110 Cloverport 100 Holt 100 Addison 100 Stephensport 100 Sample 100 Mystio 100 Lodibun 100 Webster 80 Irvington 75 Branch Line Points Round Trip Rates Round Trip Rates Fordsville 100 Dempster 60 Mitchell 95 Glendeane 50 Oaks 90 McQuady 35 Askins 80 Kirk 30 Falls of Rough 75 Harned 20 Van Zant 70 Garfield 35 Rockvalo 65 Basin Springs 50 A special train will leave Fordsville at 630 a m and arrive at Hardinsburg at 815 a m A special train will leave Irvington at 10 a m and arrive at Hardinsburg at 1050 a m Returning the spec ial train will leave Hardinsburg at 4 p m and connect at Irvington with all main line trains For points on the Branch below Hardins burg the Special train will leave Hardinaburg at 6 p m 7 Free Trips Given Away to 7 Young Ladies One free trip given away to the Most Popular Young Lady in each Magisterial District to the Great Mammoth Cave A great trip to the Jamestown Exposition via Washington with stopover privilege at the National Capital to the Most Popular Young Lady in the county Write Committee 5 Stetson Hat No Dust Given to winner of Fat Mane Race Men weighing 200 Fair Companys Sprinkler will be kept in constant use to rpounds and over eligible for en- trySomething keep down all dust on grounds and roadI1 Doing all the Time 10000 People were here last year there will be 15000 this year l The Usual Mule Race 5 Prize Prize 10 Will be given to the prettiest boyaJaJr Special Rates and Trains r on all Roads ar tt i ICE WATER PLENTY OF tobP IN ABUNDANCE ARn1WIon co For Particulars See or Write the Committee j l 4 iif TJ+ I