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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 8 CJ i C i n1R iftm 1i 1tfaYYt7t j JNf r aa r w a i fTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1907 S Paves NO3 W H r BOWMERBADLY HURTr Seriously Injured In Runawa Accident Near Skillman Yesterday Morningta Mr W H Bowmer of this city w thrown from a buggy in a runaway ac cident near Skillman yesterday morning and seriously injured Mr Bowmer was driving to his farm in the Skillman neighborhood and was crossing the railroad track when his horse took fright at an approaching train and ran away Mr Bowmer was thrown to the ground with such vio Knee that he was rendered unconscious11 When the accident occurred the work train was stopped and Mr Bowmer w brought on it to his home in this city where he was given medical aid The extent of his injuries is not yet known though he is badly bruised about the face and head No bones we broken and it is thought that he suffered no internal injuri- esIMPORTANT MEETING Of Amtrican Society of Equity Called for Monday August 5J By virtue of the authority vested in ityforBreckenridge societybe to S burg on Monday August 5 1 907 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of electi committeemen for the various magis terial districts and transacting other important business All the local unions are hereby requested to send delegates to this meet ing as a full representation is desired Matthew Shrewsberry Pres Joel H Pile Secretary M SONIC BARBECU- The Sixth Annual Event Will Take Place In Cloverport August 22tt The sixth annual Masonic Barbec to be given by the Masons of Clover port on Thursday August 22 promisesII to eclipse all previous like events The promoters are anticipating a recordbreaking crowd and are maki arrangements to have all forms amusements tor the visitors N features have been added to the long list of amusements and every undertaking of the various committees to make the picnic a success will be carried out to the minutest detail Exceptionally low rates have been 8 panted for this occasion from all po t ob the railroad See their ad on the sixth page of this issue seNEWNEARING COMPLETIONI i e Methodist Parsonage and Other Will Soon Be Ready fjHpmes For Occupancya Several new residences In Cloverp are nearing completion and will be ready for occupancy within a she rtfront time Each of the new homes is aII J valuble addition to the resident sectionJ and will be among the prettiest in the bcItyThe Methodist parsonage which isof IIaboutf touches is conceded to be one of the handsomest and costliest parsonages in ntbeand its magnificent appearance iIs com mented upon by every one ayho vie our town The building iIs brick a comprises nine rooms halls bathroom and basement A water heating f- trgeehas r been Installed and21ll other ir 2tiar r L modern conveniences are included In its arrangementsThe ofrbeep rushed to completion and Mr Younger will niqve his family into iit supy eluding a heating furnace Another residence that will be ready occupancy shortly is the brick cpt ge of Dr F L Lightfoot on High street The residence contains fiv finishedasasthroughout and when completed will embody every convenience The cot taKe will be occupied by Mr aud Mrs J Byrne Severs I Threshers Busy In The Bottoms i Threshers are busy In the Skillmun Bottoms this week The larger portion of the crop in the Bottoms was destroyedI by the floods in the early Spring but what remains of the crop Is turning out a fair yield considering the seasons averaging between ten and twelve bushels per acre MAY PIPE STREETre Water Works Plant Proposed by i C W Hamman to Furnish Supply of Water to Business lioness Within a very short time the Clover port business houses may be enjoying the luxury of water works which will be used mainly for the purpose of lay jing the dust in front of their premises and also giving them an opportunity of Iinstalling a complete water works sys tern in the buildings Mr C W Hamman of the firm of M Hamman Son will ip all probability spnggo nextM regular meeting on Monday night and ask for a franchise granting him the right to install a plant Should he be successful in his project he will begin a soon as possible laying pipe on Wall street and making other necessary arrangements to begin operation Mr Hamman already has ordered a gasoline engine and derrick fqr the pur waleEj r He will have erected immediately 1269 gallon reservoir which he says willl be amply sufficient to supply all the water necessary for any purpose The merchants are encouraging Mr Hamman in his project and should he secure the franchise the plant that hsoI will install will not only be a coave I ieepeople generally but will be an im provement that they should encourage SMALL WRECK ngeLINEew c One Car Demolished and Con ductor Tilford Slightly injuredn j On last Thursday night while trying make a switch at Fordsville the pas nger train on the branch lineof the Henderson Route running from Irving to Fordsviile was partially wrecked and Conductor J D Tilford was slightly injured about the body The engine started down the track and had the cars attached Tilford was on the first car and at a signal was to pull the pin and let the engine run ahead take the switch and pass on to the spur track lleading to the turn taMe The brakeman was to throw the switch letre theormain track The engine was to be turned on the turntable and get iin of the cars and proceed back t The conductor pulled the coupling pin the cars were going at such a rate speed the switch couldnt be thrown time and they ran into the engine tearing up the car completely and wounding Tilford who had run to the of the car when he saw it had failed to take themain trackcr itsLabor Wanted acndWages 150 per day Steady employment Apply to Miller Brick and Tile Plant Cloverport Ky Hardinsburg Happenings t HARDINSBURG KY C V Robertson and M H Heard at tended the Henderson fair last week L B Reeves has purchased of Roy E Moorman a lot fronting 100 feet on Main street near Fourth The consid witeerect a fine residence in the spring The Rev E B English filled his ular appointment at the Baptist h SundayAllen e LouisvillIMr and Mrs Gus D Shellman were visitors in Louisville last week W S Ball attended the picnic at Tar Springs Saturday Mrs L B McCubbins aud daughter- of Tell City are visiting Mr and Mrs Marcus L Kincheloe Ernest and Arthur Haswell left Mon day to advertise the fair through Breck enridge Meade Hardin Grayson Ohio and Hancock counties and several towns on the river in Indiana The following party of young folks were at Tar Springs last Wednesday Misses Cora Brown of Paintsville 141 IRVINGTON Ky Mrs Ab Newman left for her home at Cairo Illinois last week after a two weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Miss Ella Kemper returned to Grab Ky Monday after being the guest of KoipperMr 1 Ie came Saturday to visit relatives at Oak landMrs Will Gardner and cousin Miss Ada Cunningham of New York expect to leave this week for Chenault tend o tile rest of the summer visiting j r and Mrs Bert Cunningham- Mr Harvey Parker of Texas after a weeks visit to Mrs D C Heron Saturdaysj Mrs Will Robins and baby of Owens jboro have returned from a visit to her grandmother Mrs Nannie Bandy Mrs W J Piggot and children spent several days of last week in Louisville i visitingMrs Ed McAfee spent Saturday and Sunday in Cloverport the guest of her mother Mrs Mullen Mrs Sam Hall had a sale of her household goods last Saturday which ibrought a number to our town Mr Dave Henry the popular auctioneer had charge of the sale and everything ld very well Mrs Hall leaves in a short while for Kansas City to join her who left several weeks ago Regular services were held at the Baptist church on last Sunday morping I I Yind evening the Rev H C Joyner occupying the pulpit at both services i Rev Joyner preached two very sermons and n good sized I IItlmeLIII 1 CUSTER KY The threshing machine started on itsi annual threshing trip from this place MondayChildrens Day services were held at Nebo Sunday The exercises yere nice and the children did their several1 parts well They were trained by Lee A Hair Custer as usualwill have no Childrens Daythough that does not go to prove that we have no Sunday SchoolThe painters are at work on Alf Taylors house again after a nice long st Dr Tom Nimo from Vertrees Is with his brother J C Nimo for a few days Dr Nlmo was made administrator of died near Webster Mr Dooly was a brotherinlaw of Mr John NimoAvhose three children Mrs J B Lyon J C Nimo and Dr Tom Nimo will heir one half interest of their uncles estate There are three direct heirs Hall and Neff are In the neighborhood with their thresher Their first op near fawn was for John Sekuske He had a fairly good yield Fifteen res yielded ninetyfive bushels Ben Harneds yield was also fairly gootTT Mrs E H Mitcham of Rosetta made a weeks visit to her son J JI t Nancy Kincheloe Della Kincbeloe Florence Turner of Kingswood Be l Wallingf ord and Frances Beckett Flemingsburg Messrs Lindsey Kinch eloe Ernest Haswell Arthur Haswe F S Kincheloe Arthur Hughes and Joseph Hayes Miss Frances C Smith has return Mrh1eis s will go to Owensboro Thursday where her services as a primary expert ha been secured at the Chautauqua Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Glen deane is visiting Col and Mrs D R MurrayS Keys of Irvington is here boring wells for the canning factory and county fair Mrs B W Griffin and Miss Bettie Hook of Gulfport Miss will arrive theat latter part of the week to visit Mr and Mrs ins D Shellman Mrs A C Hunter of Sample and Mrs Eugene Haynes of Cloverport are visiting Mr and Mrs Milt Miller- C V Robertson went to Owensbo- Tuesday on a business trip Irvington Intelligence Mr and Mrs Harry H Kemp accompanied by his sister Miss Ella Sprinrlastannual ice cream supper They were the guests of Mrs Julia Clarkson while there Mr and Mrs Tom Dowell live returned to West Point after a short visit to relatives and friends here Sundayforneice Miss Clara Carter Miss Mildred Hawes after a visit to Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes left for Owensboro last week Mr Cap Proctor and sister Miss Ida Proctor returned to Louisville Sunday after visiting Mr and Mrs J tL HerndonMrs Lewis and children spent several days last week the guest of Dr and Mrs S P Parks Tlfey returned to Brandenburg last Saturday- Mr Hillard Biggs is at home for a weeks vacation with his parents Mr N B Netherton is having his cottage on railroad street painted white and It is quite an addition to the town Master Dolie Brown son of Mrs John Brown living near town sustained a partially broken Ileg last Tuesday afternoon in a fall from a wagon loaded with wheat which ran over him The fractured member is healing nicely and it will only be a short while until he able to be out again inItown now Is the barber shop kept by shopIapered and with a number of pictures hanging on the wall it Is quite noticeable on Main street In the way of iimi provements TCuster News Kernels recentlyo Mitcham returning home Saturday Mr J T Mitcham and children made a three days visit to Mrs Mitchams mother Mrs Mary Carter near Constantine Mrs Mitcham1 and children returned Sunday Rev R M McConnell is conducting quite an interesting protracted meeting at Constantine Much interest is being shown and agood attendance at the services Parties from Custer go every nightThe Webb Huff show was all the young people expected and the one they are to hold in August will be well pat ronlzfed The August show Will be held under a tent and can accommodate a nice crowd Our school teachers Mr Joe Trent and Miss Pearl Rhodosaccompanied by Mr AB Suter and Miss Lora Harrington formed a party that attended services at Constantine Wednesday night We have had no rain though the neighborhood surrounding us has had Vegetation around here looks bad Garden truck is scarce and the tth I supply is getting low The Little baby of Jim Lucas whose wife died in March was buried Saturday at the Good Hope grave yard by the side of its mother Custer is a good place to see things and getthings Every body comes to Custer You that dont come andsee Bate Herndon was on a trip to this place during Thursday Friday doing insurance for the Company New York lIeW M Keith Uewleyville spent mek ofdays here this week papering the Mr Sutor also had a little IIwork done and now the banking looks real pretty Mr and Mrs John Butler visited Thursday3dBig preparations are being made the picnic Saturday and a large looked for There will be new dresses out that day eLittle Oscar Alexander stuck a in his foot Thursday last while at and has been confined to the house a weekAt writing the sick are all l except the chronic cases Mrs Ocie Walker is visiting Charlie Butler Mrs Walker was Ode Carman of Buras but now Hardin Springs Mrs Coral Board still has to use crutches and suffers intensely from injury to her ankle Raymond Meador left Friday visit to his cousins Mr and Mrs countyreINVESTS IN- GASOLENE New Pleasure Craft Will I erWaters Of The Ohio Mr Marion Hereabouts Weatherholt cashier the Bank of Cloverport has a gasoline yacht which he will upon the waters of the Ohio shortly The new launch was macs in City Mich by the Pioneer Boat Pattern Cois twentyfive feet in and has a seating capacity of ten pIe It will be propelled by an horse power Smalley gasolene and has a speed of twelve miles hour The new craft was built for purposes only and was constructed supply ovary convenience necessary an ideal pleasure yacht The new boat is on its Way here will be launched as soon as it It will be a beauty and will be the best that grace the waters oL Ohio PRATE BOARD ire VICTIM OF Well Known Citizen Of Cust I isDied On Last Friday CUSTER KY A shock was thrown over our muhity Friday morning when the ae came to town that death had claim Frate Board Only a very few that Mr Board was sick the 24th while at work at the threshi machine Mr Board was overcome h heat Thursday he was attacked cholera morbus and died at 2 a Friday Mr Board leaves a wife n five childrenfour girls and one His wife was Miss Mary nd n j daughter of Dan Johnson 1of Garfield Mr Board was the son Bob Buard deceased one of the settlers of this part of Breckenrid county from Culpepper county ginia and related to the famous family of Hardinsburg He has o brother Euaallus whose farm joins and one sister Mrs Buzada Harned Oklahoma Custer owned no heft citlien than Prate Board He not a church memberj but sought live up to the Golden Rule Do others as you would have others It l unto you The Tar Springs Picnic The picnic at the Tar Springs on la Saturday was one of the largest alien led and best conducted affairs of its ki given this season It is estimated th about 1000 people were in t The crowd was orderly and withal ti I picnic was a grand success terVisiting Niagara halls A party of five composed of Mr H Oelze and wife Mr SP Conrad a 1 wife and Mrs M H Adams left Mo day for a two weeks visit to Nlage Falls While gone they will visit poi i or iinterestln Canada ter + rYyr WALTER B OELZE IS MARRIED Cupid Gets In Quick Work With Cloverport Young Wan In Lexington A pretty romance was revealed when it became known that a buggy ride which was begun with the idea of taking pictures along the pike culminated in the secret marriage of Miss Bertha Clineto W B Oelze of this city which took place in Paris The wedding was solemnized about 6 oclock Tuesday evening and the secret was so well kept that even her coworkers in the store where Miss Cline has been employed knew nothing of it Mr Oelze is traveling representative of the International Correspondence School of Scranton Pa and travels ou of Lexington He is originally from Cloverport Ky The young bride is formerly from Jackson and came to Lexington in No vember to take a business college course She has occupied the position of steno rapher for Embry d Company since Feb ruary She is extremely attractive and pretty and is a universal favorite with her associates The young couple returned to Lexing ton Wednesday morning and Mr Oelza immediately left on a business trip to Somerset and two or three other towns on his route They will make their home in LexingtonLexington Gazette UNDER ARREST IN LOUISVILLE C W Patterson Is Charged With Converting Employers Money To ills Own Use Charged with appropriating funds be longing to his employers to his own use Charlie W Patterson formerly of Cloverport is in the custody of Louis ville officers on charges preferred against him by C W White manager of the Louisville Coffee Co Patterson had been employed as sling salesmen by the above travIforJJ the past several months and it is alIleged that while serving in that capac- Ity he collected accounts due the firm from customers amounting to about Vti0 and failed to turn his collections over to bis employer The manager of the firm alleges that Pattersons peculations cover n period of five mouths Patterson was out of the city when the warrant was issued against him but was located in Nashville and returned to Louisville Patterson before his connection with the Louisville Coffee Co was a resident of Cloverport For several years he WBS employed in the grocery department of F Fraizes at Jre He was also city clerk of Cloverport for one term tbSURPRISE FRIENDS 1 Air Joseph lIe den and Miss ff Nina Wilkerson Married Sunday f The friends of Mr Joseph Hedden and Miss Nina Wilkorson were pleasantly surprised on last Saturday everting when it was learned that they haaft ken the morning tram fpr Hawesvftle where they were married The couple returned to Cloverport Sunday evening to receive the congratI 1Miss1 she had been making jjer home with the j family of Mr Jacob Mbrrlsc She isSquite popular in her cir leo friends j Mr Hedden is a nremapon theLH St L railroad sodas a deserving J young man Mr and Mrs Hedden have gone to j housekeeping In the ttshon property in the lower end of town y Taking Her Vacation Mjss Margaret Moorman the popular assistant postmistress in the Clover i port postoffice leaves tomorrow for her summer vacation spending two veeks with friends in Henderson Her place 7 11- in the office will be filled during her ab sence by Miss Ella Smith j i ii- f fl + I r- r i JTTSixth Annual Masons Barbecue o III Pleasures Galore Carnival features and all kinds of AmusementsA Big= g st- All of ThS Same Big Merry Goround Plenty of Fun for All IIBring Your f d Friends I SIXTtl ANNUAL MASONS BARBECUE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 221901x Ladies Popularity Contest Prizes At Baby Show The following prizes will be Best looking Baby Under one given by the following parties year ofage I First Prize M Hamman 500 GoCartBankCoCloverportl necklaceMachineSeaton Weatherholt 500Fine cake given away by the largestCpresentphotos 200 pounds or First Prize 20 in Gold over 75 yards 500 Hat by Second Prize 5 in Gold Shapinsky Bros Third Prize 1 doz cab photos Box of Cigars by F T Heyser of10centbootjar For particulars and tickets call on Free for all foot race 100 yds or write to Severs Drug Co 5 pr Shoes IC Nolte Bro Winchester Repeating Rifle given away- Compliments of Conrad Payne Co To the lady who sells the most dinner tickets 1st prize F Fraize Fine Silk Umbrella second prize OConnell Co Fine Lamp I f Excursion Rates L H St L Ry Round Trips on All Trains zLouisville 235 100Stephensport FWest Point 125 60StephensportAddison Howard 125 AllA4disonvClBartles 125 LIORO2S Long branch1025 Points Hawesville Brandenburgl15 Petrie cO Ekron 100 0nAdair 55 Guston 90 Lewisport 65 Irvington x80 Branch Waitman M 75 Webster on 70 flaceo 90 Lodiburg 60 100Pates a 105 Mystic l6 4 I 120 Tickets fromLouisville sold from city ticketoffice only Tickets sold on the 21st good for the 22nd only hW 4i7v r C Sixth Animal Masons Barbecue Joyful Holiday Plenty of Shade No Dust- Abundance of Pure Ice Water L T The 0 estOne a Yet 1 Il 0 Y tI Cannelton I t Commercial Brass Band i of Twenty Pieces The Event I of the Year d-o J R- r I v gvCEO = ft + =rIU J IAI J1 m rw I J THE LION AND THE MOUSE l By CHARLES KLEIN A Story of dmerican Life Novelized From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY CHAPTER X II w Shirleyhanging leave that John Burkett otthisfatherIt was the day following her arrival at jul1geandsitting on porch Until now by common consent any proceedingseveryoneevening count of Shirleys experiences In Eu rope and a smile had flitted across even the Judges careworn face as his daughter gave a humorous description wltbtheIrlaughter after so much trouble and anxletyl topicthatj consumed with a desire to tell her fa I enlistingthegreat financier was certainly able to do anything he chose and had not his son Jefferson promised to win him over to their cause So today after Mrs Ross more and her sister had gone down to the village to make some purchase Shirley timidly broached the matter She asked Stott and her father to tell her everything to hold back nothing Shg Raved to hear the Morel Stott therefore started to review the whole affair from the beginning explaining how her father In his capac tlhadiwere adverse to the corporate Interests of a number of rich men and how slnce that time these powerful Interests had used all their Influence to get him put off the bench He told her about the Tranouontlnental case and how the Judge had got mysteriously tangled up in the Great Northern lIn- Ing company and of the scandalous newspaper rumors followed by the news of the congressional Inquiry I l Thou ho told her about the panic InI Wall street the sale of the house ont Madison avenue and the removal toh Long Islulldd Stottlnow to see what the senate will do Wec hope for the best It seems Impossible that the senate will condemn a mats whose whole life Is like an open book but unfortunately the senate Is strong ly Republican and the big Interests are in complete control Unless support i comesfrom some unexpected quarter we must be prepared for anythingt Support from some unexpected quarter Stotts closing words rang In Shlr lleys head Was that not Just what she had to offer Unable to restrain herself longer and her heart beating tumultu usly from suppressed emotion she criedWell have that support I Well have III Ive got it already I wanted to I lurprlie you Father the most power ful man in the United States will save you from being dishonored I The two men leaned forward in ea ger interest What couli the girl neanT Was she serious or merely in jesting IBut Shirley was never more serious Sa her life She was Jubilant at the all bought that she bad arrived home in time to Invoke the aid of this powerful ally She repeated enthusiastically We need not worry any more He kM but to say a word and these pro ceedings will be Instantly dropped They would not dare act against his Pete Old you hear father your case IIe ajrfood as woa- Wfcat do yetimean child Who is fP iMs unknown friend r Surely you can guess when I say n- Ute08t powerful man In the United totes None other than John Burkett Eyferl She stopped short to watch the effect this name would have on her bearers But to her surprise neither her father nor Stott displayed the slightest emotion or even interest Puzzled at this cold reception she repeated Did you hear father John Burkett Ryder will come to your assistance I came home on the same ship as his sea and he promised to secure his fa tiers aid The Judge puffed heavily at his pipe In and merely shook his bead making no reply Stott explained We canMook for help from that quarter Bhlrjey You dont expect a man to cut loose his own kite do your What do you mean demanded Ihlrley mystified Simply this that John Burkett Ry I ier is the very man who Is responsible for all your fathers misfortunes The girl sank back in her seat pale and motionless as If she hu 1 Tecelved- a blow Was it possible Do you really believe this that John Ryder deliberately concocted tho brib try chargo with the sole purpose of ruining my father lem n JShirley when she bad somewhat Recovered There is no other solution of the Mystery possible answered Stott 4 And you father do you believe Ry ct1 Vl kave no longer any doubt of tMwered the Judge I think itIIIII Byier would see me dead before ho Y ous raise hinger to help mo Ills answer to my demand for my letters convinced me that he was the arch plotterWhat letters do you refer to de manded Shirley The letters I wrote to him In re gard to ray making an investment He advised the purchase of certain stock I wrote him two letters at the time which letters It I had them now would go a long way to clearing me of this charge of bribery for they plainly showed that I regarded the transac tion as a bona fide Investment Since this trouble began I wrote to Ryder asking him to return me these letters so I might use them In my defense The only reply I got was an Insolent note from his secretary saying that Mr Ryder had forgotten all about the transaction and in any case had not the letters I referred to Couldnt you compel him to return them asked Shlrle We could never get at him inter rupted Stott The man Is guarded as carefully as the czar Still objected Shirley it is possi ble that be may have lost the letters or even never received them Oh he has them safe enough replied Stott A man like Ryder keeps every scrap of paper with the Idea that It may prove useful some day The letters are lying somewhere In his desk Besides after the Transconti nental decision he was heard to say that hed have Judge Rossmore off the JllearAndgain boast hes done If muttered the Judge Shirley relapsed into silence Her brain was in a whirl It was true then This merciless man of money this ogre of monopolistic corporations this human Juggernaut had crushed herI father merely because by his honesty ho interfered with his shady business deals I Ah why hod she spared him In her book She felt now that she j had been too lenient not bitter enough not sufficiently pitiless Such a man was entitled to no mercy Long after the Judge and Stott had left for the city Shirley sat alone on porch engrossed In thought taxing brain to find some way out of the and when presently her mother and aunt returned they found her still sitting there silent and preoc If they only had those two letters she thought They alone might her father but how could they begot at Mr Ryder had put them safely away no doubt He would not glue them up She wondered how It woulllI be to go boldly to him and appeal to i whatever sense of honor and fairness j might be lying latent within him No such a man would not know what I the terms honor fairness meant She pondered upon It all day and at c night when she went tired to bed It was her last thought as she dropped off I to sleep The following morning Shirley wentI out for a walk She preferred to goIalone so she would not have to talk Introspectivefea of almlcM chatter wto AlcaC ptoA with serious tbouptJIIEvery now and then Shirley espied the distance the figure of a man which she thought she recognized asJJ that of Jefferson Had he come after I The blood went coursing tumultu ously through her veins only a moment later to leave her face a shade paler as the man came nearer and she saw he was a strangerff As she neared the cottage on her re turn home she caught sight of the letter carrier approaching the gate In stantly she thought of Jefferson and she hurried to intercept the man Per baps be IJnIJ wItten instead ot coming 1 riMiss Shirley Rossmore said the eying her interrogatively 1 Thats I said Shirley 1 The postman handed her a letter andii passed on Shirley glanced quickly at the superscription No It was not tromII Jefferson she knew his handwriting too well The envelope moreover bore t the firm name of her publishers She 1 tore It open and found that it merely t contained another letter which the publishers had forwarded This wasII addressed to Miss Shirley Green andtt ran as rollowsJJ Dear MadamIf convenient I should tike to see you at my office 18 Broadway relation to your book The American Octopus Kindly Inform me aa to the day and hour at which I may expect you Yours truly JOHN BURKETT RYDER Per B Shirley almost shouted from sheerJJ excitement At first she was alarmed the name John Burkett Ryder was I such a bogey to frighten bad children with she thought ho might want to punish her for writing about him asjj she had She hurried to the porch and sat there reading the letter over and- over and her brain began to evolve ideas She had been wondering how she could get at Mr Ryder and here he was actually asking her to call on him Evidently he had not the slight est Idea of her identity for he had been able to reach her only through her publishers and no doubt be had exhausted every other means of dis- overing her address The more she beganIIng lthj l beard the non In his debut she would not go to his office She would accept the Invitation only on condition that the Interview took place In t Ryder mansion where undoubtedly t letters would be found She decided to blostpaperandas sI RyderDear gsntlemeatYours etc SHIULEY GREEN Continued next week 4 When a dogs nose is cold and moist that dogis not sickeA feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing To hay e beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Shoop Green Salve It willsoften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced1 Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Drug Co In The Land of Oranges Claremont Cat Editor News- I herewith enclose check for on dollar to renewmy subscription to the News as I like to hear from old Breckenridge every week I have dhome in the land of sunshine an flowers The News is a most welcom- visitor E I have a four and one hal acre orange grove which cost me nearly f600 per acre in the best orange belt i n California There is nothing cheap i California The weather is warm here The themometer stands at 112 some days Your friend Peyton Shumate Bad sick headaches biliousness or constipation are quickly relieved by DeWitts Little Early Risers SmallII pill sure pill safe pillprompt andI pleasant in action Sold by all druggists Buffalo Old Home Week To The Editor j Will you kindly ask such of your readers as are former residents of Buf all falo N Y to send their addresses to the Old Home Week Committee in orde- to receive souvenir invitations to Old Home Week in Buffalo which will be from September 1st to the 7th inclusive By doing so you will greatly oblige the committee Yours sincerely 5 James W Greene Chairman Publicity Committee of Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etcjed icine Free If you have offensive pimples or erup tions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skinIA itches and burns sore lips or gums t ting festering sores sharp gnawing painp then you suffer from serious blood poison or the beginnings ot deadly cancer Take Botonic Blood Balm B B B It kills the poison in the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the affected parts heals every of or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all Malignant blood troubles such as ed scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula the rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for nil obstinate cases Improves of the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists al To prove Ittcures sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co i Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and fre eniedical advice sent in sealed letter Fake Sale The sale of pooled tobacco reported by the Louisville Post and which we reprinted last week tarns out to be a fake pure and simple No such sale has been made so President Minnett informs us and just how the Louisville papers could have been so misled we do not know And stranger still is the fact that no correction of the error has ever been published by any o them The Clarions attention was called to the published report of th sale by President Minnett just a short time before going to press and neither having a thought it was not true were only too glad to get to publis- such good news Hancock Clarion N In Praise ot Potato They tell us the potato crop will be a light one It is because of the cold weather and the bugs We are very sorry The potato is such an honest homely comforting vegetable It never puts on airs it is always at home and it treats you right it doesnt particularly care to associate with aristocratic gimcracks but can hold up its head with the daintiest of them We like it because it looks you squarely in the face and says Pitch in old boy Im right here plump mealy and sassy Im the stuff to put flesh on your ribs red blood in your heart and ginger in your soul Come right on lets be partners Good old tater You may be phebelanbut youre mighty mpan ionable and comforting Winchester Democrat it 1 v 4i f AS THE STATE 1The An appointment most satisfying and certainly demonstrating the sincerity of Governor Beckham in his wnnounced policy to require rigid observance of the Sabbath by those engaged in whiskey traffic is the opinion generally expressed in the country press of the State last weak as to the making olf Robert Worth Hinglmm Mayor of the city of Louisville This expression has been general and without regard to political lines The Governor has met the reuuirements of his position II says the Louisville Post The Governors can truthfully say that he has redeemed not only all but one but all the pledges he has made in an official capacity to the people of his state says the Bowling Green TimesJournal Gov ernor Beckham must be given credit for sincerity in his temperance cru sade says the Lexington Herald He is a straight Democrat and never bolted the action of his party yet heI inepolitics even where his own party was concerned says the Park City Daily thedgamblingEact ot the Republican convention at Louisville the Republican ticket don serves defeat and will undoubtedly get what it deserves when the Christian and law abiding voters of our State have expressed their wishes at the polls If says the Madisonville Journal If all the appointments in Louisville are of the same cbarectar Governor Beckham will have done a great work for the cause of civic reforms says the Madisonville Hustler Both Demo Icrats and Republicans praise Gov Beckham for selecting a man of so high- a sense of honor one who will give Louisville a clean administration saji the Owensboro Inquirer Governor Beckhamss course since he has been the States Chief Executive has been that could have been desired saysii the Lyon County Herald rThese are only a few expressions clipped from the editoral columns of the I county newspapers of the State but they represent fully the good feeling I i among Democrats of the State over the t stand taken by the Governor as to Lou isville There has in fact been no unfavorable criticism of the appointment- by the press which voices the sentiments the section which it represents Cadiz Record Dick Hudsons Road The L A is pushing the construction of its new extension from Heidelberg to the coal mines on Sturgeon creek in Lee county The L R is rushed with freight traffic and f has just added to new heavy freight enginesWoodfordrIr Sun Predicts a Great Fair Ti A county fair at Hardinsburg is one the latest enterprises to enter and J bid for public recognition Vic Robert Ii son is the President and Morris Beard t Secretary while all citizens are interest j in it both financially and otherwise j With two such hustlers as the above in leadthey can not possibly fail Mr V Beard writes us ina glowing terms ij the prospects and heres hoping that Hancock will not only help but that iwhose ancestry sprung from Breckenridge may attend and renew a pleasant acquaintance with some of Kentuckys noblest citizenship HeartWeakness The action of the heart depends upon the heart nerves and muscles When from any exf hausted and fail to furnish sufficient power the heart flut beatseand in its effort to keep up its work causes pain and distress spellshshort breath fainting pain around heart arm and shoul ders The circulation is im peded and the entire system suffers from lack of nourish mentDr Miles Heart Cure makes a heart strong and vigorous by strengthening these nerves and musclesIpalpitation and pain around my heart and the doctors said it was Incurable I dont believe It now for after taking six bottles of Dr Miles Heart Cure three bottles of the Nervlne and three boxes of the Nerve and Liver Pills I am entirely cured and yearst11IIdWant you to know that your medicines cured me It relieved me from tho nrst dose and I kept right on till the pain In my chest was gone and I kept on feeling better even after I quit takingTO JOHN HBHERHAN Beldlnr Mloh Heart Cure aranteedthat I ypurgdruusaiat who will the first bottle will benefit If It falls M will refund your money ftlilc Medical Co Elkhart ImiI s + ++ C I f N Cloverport M Foundry i AV I Machine Co I I For all kinds of Foundry I I Machine Boiler Electrical I Iit 11Gasolene Boat Work a i 1 1 i SpecialtyI portaIII Gas and Gasolene Engines I I III j IIGrate j F rl1I i Guaranteed1l j plication See or write us before 11I i II I 1 III 1 ICloverport KentuckyIftim ltim TELEGRAPH OPERATORS WANTED I By every large railroad system in the United States Splendid future assured for ambitious young men willing to A 8jWeft school is equipped complete in every detail Continualrac k tics under instructions optm enrolling on or before September 2 pull information for the asking I j Kentucky School of Telegraphy I Owensboro Ky f iryirAA3 rte a r r3 9r9 r rte rr ra 9r r rA raj YouLook LookYellow The trouble is your tiTers sick One of its products bile is overflowing into I your bloodIiI your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver tonic ThedfordsIII Black Draught This great medicine acts gently on the sick liver 1It purifies the blood renews the appetite feeds the nerves clears the brain and cures consti pationIt a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try It At all dealers In medicines In ZS packages Jl = i r Put Your Money where It will grow under IrowtaRter freebIokletabout bow to Dank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay a percent Interest annually Our capital se cures you Jamestown j Expositionrt rtViaAshevilleAnd Land of the Sky With stopover privilegest Go One WayReturn Another A delightful trip through the pictur esque mountain country of North Caro lino at low rates For illustrated litera tvre rates and full information write any spent SOUTIIERN RAILWAY C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agt k touisvilles Ky f KadolJorln4fs t 4 omaelllpalpltatioD J y TTiThTTTh BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I JNO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlne Co Subscription Price 100 a year o r 186 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over flrellneB charge or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the ate of 5s tnti per line Money in advance t lamed Every Wednesday t paper If 111 5I Kramlne theasenotifyyour iot correct pll us When ordering a change In the addrefi s nb crlber should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1907 c Next Saturday the Masons of Har dinsburg will celebrate their fourth an nual barbecue and picnic This wil be followed on August 22 with a like cele bration by the Masonic lodge of Clover port These yearly events have become widely advertised as delightful affairs and have become occasions for holi days to the people of adjoining counties as well as home folks These picnics have always been well managed nicel conducted and run on such a scale as to merit a large patronage This year both promise additional sources of amusements and are arranging to sup ply every convenience for their patrons Even the dust will be n conspicuous feature by its absence at the picnic next Saturday the Hardinsburg Masons having made arrangements to keep their street sprinkler busy throughout the day Let a large delegation from Clover port and especially the local Masonic lodge attend the picnic at Hardlnsbuig Saturday give it their encouragement No better way of enjoying a day of rec reation and mirth could be suggested Our time is coming Augnst 22 Har dinsburg will return tbe courtesies and eive of their patronage to the celebra tion in Cloverport het ug spe tfl iit that both events pclipjje ill previous celebrations in olol of sHcee s lg very way TAR FORK TAR FORK KY iSd Hook went to Jolly Friday Mr Jas Chancellor is improving soma He spent a day last week with his daughter Mrs Wash Robbins Mr and Mrs John Percellof Davies county made a two days visit to Rev and Mrs C L Goff last wk Miss Lora Xewby spent a week in Owansboro with her cousins the Misses JUe lairs Beulah Rice returned from a visit to her brother Sam and family itt Fordsville Mr Gist and wife of Patesville were recent quests of Mr and Mrs Lou Morton e CHILD ALMOST A SOLID SOR- Er r Skin Disease from Birth Until SpentFortune Old Doctor Suggested Cuti cura which Cured Her in Two Months Leaving I SKIN SOFT AS A BABYS AND WITHOUT A SCAR toI have a cousin Rockingham Co herbirthHer father had spent a fortune on her to get her cured and none of the treat ments did heranygood Old Dr Gsuggested that he try the Cuticura Rem 1 edges which he did When he commenced to use itthe child was almost in a solid scab He had used it about two months and the child was well I was yourCuticumand then returned home and stayed two stayedWithI went home I could hardy believe she was the same child Her skin was as soft as a babys without a scar on it I have not seen her in seventeen years but I have heard from her and the lasttimo I heard from her she was well That is where I became acquainted with Cuti cura I hope this may be of some ser vice to you in the future Mrs W P Inglo Burlington N C June 10 1905 WORLDS EMOLLIENT Is Cuticura Ointment irritationsTough and greasy complexions for sore itching burning hands and feetfor baby rashes etchings and chafings and for all the purposes pf the toilet bath and nursery Cuticura Ointment assisted by Cuticura Soap is invaluable trynomorOlnlmDt1Ocefad1toPurifyDrug rr Chera Corp Bolt Prop Btuton M a- Nerk AUUed Pre All About Uu skis Wt Bcslf i A dance was given Saturday night I at the home of Mr and Mrs Samuel Beavin Sr Mr and Mrs O W McCarty left last Friday after a visit of a few weeks to their daughter Mrs T H Bates nd will visit a few days at Deanfield and Whitesville enroute to their home iin OwensboroThe and box supper at Cave Spring church Saturday night was well attended and was a success both financially and socially Mrs J B Rice of Owensborois here at her old home visiting her father Mr John Taul and other relatives Miss Jessie Ryan returned Saturday from a visit to Miss Dessie Hinton at CloverportDr was called to see Mr T O Ryan one day last week Mr Ryan is able to be out again Rain is badly needed here Crops are beginning to suffer from the drouth Ivan Robbins mail carrier was obm pelled to stop with his sick horse vyjien In a few hundred yards of the post office last Tuesday evening The horse has not yet fully recovered Nearly all oldfashioned Cough Syrups are constipatingespecially those containing opiates They dont act just right Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates It drives the cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels Contains Honey and Tar anrt tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists GARRETT GARRETT KY G R Miles is at home for a few daysMessrs Will Funk and Toraps Shacklett spent Saturday and Sunday at home Misses Lizzie and Fannie Shack lett spent Saturday with their brother Dan near Rock Haven Mrs J G Roby and daughter Xavier went to Louisville Satur day Mrs Roby will returnTues day while her daughter will visit relatives in Washington county Mrs A 0 Marshall went to Tar Springs last Friday to stay the restof the summer to try to improve her health Miss Cora Lee Anderson re turned home last week after an extended visit to Nashville Tenn Mr James Jantzan came down from Louisville last week to stay while his hand is hurt Misses Bessie Miller Anna Brown and Barbara Cook returned to their Jiome at Corydon Indiana after beiiijr the guests of Miss Elsie Baxter Mr Virgil Nell left last week for Illinois where he has employment Mr find Mrs Owen Dowoll spent Sunday with their parents Mr told Mrs Geo Nell Bill Birch the blacksmith is confined to his bed Mrs Thurman Dowell spent several days of last week with leer mother Mrs George Dowell Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Big Spring Saturday night BEWLEYVILLE BEWLEjYVILLE KY Mrs Ditto and daughter of Louisville are visiting her sister Mrs Will Jolly Jesse Payne and wife of West Point are the guests of Mr and Mrs M P Payne Mr Moorman of Big Spring attended church here Sunday and was a visitor at C H Drurys Miss Anna Kincheloe of Hard insburg is visiting Miss Ina Mc Coy Mrs Gilbert Kasey spent last weekwith her mother Mrs Jim FousheeMiss Harrison has ar rived and is the guest of Miss Alberta Drury Several from this place attended the ice cream supper at Big Spring Saturday night Virgil Babbage of Cloverport has returned home after a weeks visit at G A Foots Miss Dixie Daviess and sister of Kansas City two pleasant visitors of Mrs Blanfordwill leave Tuesday for their home W J Piggott and son Hubert attended church here Sunday v Miss Cecil Spradlin after a weeks visit with Miss Anna Payne has returned home 1tJ t + WOMAN AND FASHION Novelties In Footwear Three styles of footwear In the fash ionable New York womans wardrobe are Illustrated herewith To the left Is1 shown a high buttoned boot of gray suede with a Cuban heel and exten slon sole the brown heel matching the sole The front of the boot Is an lurti or more higher than the back and cut TUB LATEST STYLES In two deep scallops and the twelve large buttons arc of motherofpearl In the center of the picture is a white satin mule lined with white suede trimmed with a white silk pompon and showing a medium French heel These slippers are worn by some women for dressy house wear but are essentially boudoir footwear Durable Foulard Frocks Foulard silk Is an excellent weight texture for lute spring or early sum mer and this season It Is being made use of In all styles of costumes fot morning and afternoon from the slur plest walking dress to a decidedly elaborate gown suitable for whatever afternoon entertainments there may be at this time of the year For a rather severe gown for home wear foulard Is especially good as It will stand any amount of wear and while the dark shades seem to soil less readily than any other known silk the light colors can be cleaned time after time with out becoming shabby and rubbed Yellow the Rage Canary yellow Is quite the newest color note In the summers fashions It Is doubtful however whether It wit become anything more than a passing novelty to be adopted by those Avhc tryout every new thing which makes Its appearance whether or not It lint any real value Neck boas In this color are seen at the theater and restau rants worn with dainty lingerie frocks and bepUmicd chapeaux The tailor made girl uses It with more dlscretloi and withal very becomingly In the tiny bows which finish the front of bet hlgbj Btlflly BtniCuWl linen collar v c Sleeves Separately Full length tight bodice sleeves o tucked chiffon of of lace Ml In helifa tus between the short Japanese sleeves igd the wrists In many smart costumes This Is an economical solution of the extravagant long glove question but It does not mean thl extinction of the el bow sleeve Another expedient Is tit adjustable half sleeve of lace or tucked chiffon or net which hag all elastic at the top and which can be put on quick ly when short gloves are used Sonu of the new gloves have come In with lace tops which have a similar appear ante i I A Becoming Hat I Tllft quaint and becoming clorhr shapo so much In evidence this s son may be developed charmingly j it hat of flue chip In R soft pitsti pink with a full wreath of Rhadpt pink roves for the chief trimming Tile flowers pass over the brim to I ward the back and are arrange under the brim In a decorative cache pelgiio mixed with soft choux of taut and a knot of black velvet ribbon For Outing Wear For golfing and general outing weu there are attractive sweaters In whit or gray wool knit In semlflttcd shape r A tJKUIFITTBD SWEATEE and fastened Invisibly down the front Sot In pockets are a convenient feature of this new sweater Summery Parasols Some of the daintiest parasols foe use with airy summer frocks are ol plain taffeta In delicate cotor bordered by a group of eight or ten very narrow overlapping tucks In pink light blue etc these parasols accompany delight fully plain or flowered muslin in cog responding colorings Lace Renovation- To make old black lace look as good as new take equal parts of milk and ink dip the lace In It then partly drj It njid Iron It on the wrong side between n piece of folded linen T H Closing Out We are going to close out our immense stock of General Merchandise at actual cost Mens and Boys Clothing Complete line f Shoe s All kinds of Dress Goods Calicoes Hosiery Shirts Underwear Notions Hats Caps Mattings Cutlery Queensware Tinware Harness Farm Tools Hardware of all kinds We also carry a general line of I Groceries Our Paints are of a superior quality Beautify your home with a fresh coat of it PAINTSandI H IRMJOLLY SONS Irvington Kentucky lswviwi w wsw wu wv w A yo aJWtUJtGt wr It L 0 For Sale Druggists r 1 I Frank Hook I DENTISTII I have located in Cloverport to do dental work can be found at my office regularly Will receive patients in Dr F L Ljghtfoots office MflLEGlAHT DUSTERr For Farm Garden and Tobacco DISTRIBUTES ANY DRY POWDER PARIS GREEN TO PERFECTIONFOR BY McGlothlan Piggott IRVINGTON KY Agents for BreckeuridRe County Subscribe For the News rln-O IiFORDIGESTS SournFor BackacheWeak Kidnejs trOeWIUs Kldnej Bladder PillsSure and Safe PREPARED ONLY AT THB LABORATORY O- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL by all and CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY = u We ihave Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to J325 per squareOur best Ruberiod will last as long as the building v Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in ate improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner Farm For Sale 82 34 acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport For particulars address WL NOELL Cloverport Ky U n Duroc Jersey Hogs and Fine Sheep fort I Sale Southdowns and Shropshire Rams Get In your order before they are sold E P HARDAWAY Irvlngtoa K- yCRE4T Summer Discount I now on atDrauguons PracticalBusiness Col logos Evansville and Paducau POSITIONS secured or money back May It prefer take lessons BY MAUI FREE and enter college later and save cost ot board etc Write for catalogue and Summer Discount Card Draoghons P B College Co Incorporated H DeH MOORllAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBUROKY Will practice his profession it nil ot the Courts of Brccltonrlage and adjoining coun tier Special attention given collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice in United States Dlstrlc Courts DOfUco over Bank of Hardlnsbur ieo Subscribe For The News I 4 qrtc 1e Jr J ITLwT u j iwT I HEALTH 1 INSURANCE hid life it wise for his family The man who Insures his health Is wise both for his family and himself guardlagI 1 At the first attack of disease approachesthrough fests itself in innumerable way TAKE Tolls Pills And save your health I T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1907 PERSONALAND LOCAL Miss Nell Whitehouse is spending the week in West Point H Rafferty is home from Louisville ending his vacation 0 Olr and Mrs Wallace Skillman have returned from Birmingham Ala Mrs Henry Windelkin is visiting Dr and Mrs Chas Windelkin at Richmond KyMrs J Byrne Severs has been spend ing several days with her parents InI OwensboroIMiss Grace Ferry and Mr Wood of Louisville were the guests of Mrs Fred Ferry Sunday Mr John Lawson is visiting hisII mother Mrs James Lawson in Louis ville this week Mrs Isadore Popham is spending the week with relatives in Louisville and at Loretto this week c Roy J T Keenan returned to his home at Reynoldsburg Ohio TuesdayII after a visit to relatives Miss Jane Smith leaves tomorrow forjj a two weeks visit to friends in Cincinnati J and Bucyrus 0 Mrs Eugene Haynes is visiting in Hardinsburg having been called there by the illness of her niece Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Evansvillewilldaughter Mrs Ernest Boyd Mrs Jacob Miller and daughter Heltn end sons Joseph and Marcus havp returned home from Brandenburg Mr James Arnold of Louisville has been spending a few days nt the home of his brother inlaw Mr Stephen Wilson Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly ofII Louisville are visiting Mr Mattinglys sister Mrs Benjamin Ridgway thisII this veekJJ Mr C G Schwartz who has been Inii I Cloverport several months engaged in theI upholstering business left yesterday for LouisvilleMr Skillman has beai visiting in Morganfield Mrs Skillman is spending several weeks with her parents atI that placeIMr Henry WindeTkin and daughter Mrs Frank White have been visiting his son Mr John Windelkin at Mt Carmel 111 Mr and Mrs H S English Mr H F English and Miss Etta English of Stephensport have returned home from Tar Springs Mrs Joe Harpole and daughter i Margaret of Louisville are here to seeI er father Dr J L Moorman who has Jbeen very 111 Mr and Mrs Tom Tousey and Dr W T Owen and daughter Mrs Matthews were Cloverport visitors at the Tar Springs SundayIIf you want to borrow money If you want to sell a farm if you want to In vest In sound securities call on meV G tBabbage attorney C G Brabandt the city photographer is now llocated in the Oelzo bulldinghav i ihg the suite of rooms formerly occupied by Dr J L Moorman He will be pleased to receive his patrons there Mr and Mrs H H Hatfield end daughter Bernisl of Webster Mr and Mrs John T Hatfield and daughter I Gora Mr Horace Gardner of Stephens port are visiting Mr and Mrs Agnew at their homo on the hill NasalAS CATARRH gAtc In all Its stagesb d Elys Cream Balm rrnttl cleanses soothes and heala the diseased membrane locl It cure catarrh and drlm temaaway a cold In the head Quickly Cream Balm li placed Into the nostrils spread tho membrane and li absorbed Relief himover IE Mdlalo and s cure follows Itiiso drjlnedoei totjroduceoeering Lerg Size GO centa atDru jtttcor by BU 5 Trial Size 10 centi SLY BOTHJaiS M Warren sheet New York iT 0 Prof Edmund Wroe who has beerI taking a special course of study at theI Kentucky State College Lexington re turned home last week He is now busy arranging details preparatory tcI the opening of the fall term of the Clover port High School of which school he hasi been elected principal for the ensuing year Mr and Mrs Byrne Severs were th guests of honor last Tuesday evening at a six oclock dinner at Holt given by Miss Nellie Burks Among thos ByrnaSevers Mr and Mrs D S Burks Miss Amanda Long Mrs Jepp Lewis Miss Lewis Miss Doll of Louisville Miss Hotching of Shelbyville Mis Forrie Hardin of Holt Mr John Lewis and Mr Temple Lew- isSTEPIIENSPORT 4 Rev F R Roberts filled his appointment at the M E church Sunday Quite a number from this place SpringsSaturday Miss Vernio Bennett und brother Crafton of Clienault were guests of Mr Tom Smiths unday Mrs Mary Morgan and son Lambert are at Tar Springs for a few weeks We are glad to know that Lamberts health is im provingLional Conner has returned home from Owensboro Mr and Mrs John Rhodes of Brandenburg were guests of their daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt Sunday Mrs S C Connor of Owens boro returned home Sunday ac companied by her sister Miss Corrine ConnorIMississippiisCrawford j Mr and Mrs E F Connor I spent severall days last week atII Alton Ind with relatives Miss Mary Basham was in town Friday ii F A Kran of Louisville has charge of tho telegraph office here I while E R Atkisson is taking his vacation Miss Adello Smith has been onii the sick list for several daysjj Miss Esther Payne will leave for Owensboro soon Dr H B Bulor of Louisville wil lie at the Conn house Friday for a few days doing dental work The remains of Mr and Mrs Tom cnild were buried here Sunday When you feel the need of a pill take DeWitts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by All Druggists Wonderfully Made A Clergyman happened to tell tote son one Saturday afternoon what lesson he would read from the next morning in church Ho got his fathers Bible found the lesson place and glued to gether the connecting pages In consequence the clergyman read to his flock the following When Noah was 120 years old he took to himself a wife who was here he turned the page 140 cubits long 40 cubits wide built of gopher wood covered with pitch in and out It After reading the passage the clergyman read it again to verify it Thou pushing back his spectacles he looked gravely at his congregation and said My friends this is the first time I ever read that in the Bible but I ac cept it an evidence of the assertion that we are fearfully and wonderfully made Teachers Wanted If you want constant employment at salaries from 50 to 150 a month you can get it by preparing yourself to teach Bookkeeping and Shorthand or Bookkeeping and Penmanship and itI requires comparatively short time to get ready for a good position of this kind We cant supply the demand for Commercial Teachers Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky RAYHOND RAYMOND KY Messrs Henry and Martin Claycomb went to Flint Island Sunday evening to attend the burial of Mrs Dock Norton Mrs James Basham leftf Sunday for her home at Mt Vernon 111 She had spent some time with her mother Mrs J Hendry Jesse Parks and son Wallace were in this neighborhood one day last weekMr and Mrs J B Norton spent Sunday with Mrs Notons parents Mr and Mrs Dan Bttysinger Stony Point Miss Lula Beauchamp Clifton Mills spent Saturday and Sunday at L G AvittsMiss Vanda Frymire Frymire spent Saturday night with the Misses Mercer Mr and Mrs Farleigh Meadors and children of Webster spent Sunday with their cousins Mr and Mrs C H BassettMr Compton and Miss Mary Mercer attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday I i f- I Mr and Mrs Sam Ater and children visited her patents Mr and Mrs Charley Baysinger Paynesville Satur day and Sunday G W Cashman was at Shiloh Sun day evening Prayer meeting organized at this place Sunday last and will meet Satur day at 730 p m eOne day last week while coming from Irvington Warfield Hendry left his four horse team standing and anderaneaway and was not stopped until they reached this place Only slight damage was done there being only two or bedsdamaged a little Cons ipatlon For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels with out any disagreeable effect Price 25 cents Sample free at Severs Drug Stose MATTINGLY MATTINGLY Ky M E Hambletdn killed a large I rattlesnake last week quiteillMrs Rhoda Wright of Mc Quad visited relatives here last weekMrs W B Taul who has been visiting her children at Evansville for the past month has returned homeMr and Mrs Tom Mason Sr of Evansville who have been vis iting relatives hero for the past two weeks have returned home Miss Malissa Mattingly will teach the school at Hickory Lick this fall The school will open AugustProf the MondayinAugustMiss Frank of Owens boro is a pleasant visitor in this a community T News has been received hero oft lformerlyPowers was a brother of Mrs R C Mattingly of this place Miss Annie Frank daughter of Mrs Sarah Frank of Mattingly was bitten on the hand last week by a viper that had entered the store room Fortunately they had some whisky on hand and with it and the aid of Dr Howardshe suffered no ill effects except a- very sore hand Mrs Tilithia Keenan has been quite sick at her sisters Mrs baruh Frank for a dayor two but is some better at this writing Mrs Jerry Rice of Ouoneboro and sister Mrs Joe Mullen of Cloverport wore hero visitingi lust wojok tho guests of Mrs Sarah I Frank Nasal Catarrh an inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the air passages is not cured by any mixtures taken into the stomach Dont waste time on them Take lilys Cream Balm through the nostrils so that the fevered swollen tissues are reached at once Never mind how long you haveI suffered nor how often you have been disappointed we know Elys Cream Balm will cure you as it has others by the thousand All druggists SOc Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Fine Sale Of Tobacco The best pleased man we have met in a long time was H B Parks of Clifton Mills He was returning from Louisville last Thursday and had just sold four hhds of dark tobacco for 400 He says the tobacco market is the best in years Mans Best Friend Isnt exactly his pocketbook its the money he has in the bank Because money in pocket generally evaporates and always earns nothing Whereas money banked is out of reach of both robber and owners hand Spending money Is often temporary insanity when we buy something we dont need or generously help a friend in a tight place If you believe this you should begin to bank today Remember your passbook awaits you at the Bank of Cloverport Come in and get it BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky v I 1 1y PATESVILLE F Young has his now well al completedLittle Lynch has been ill daysMiss is visiting relatives in Hawesville and Ten CityMr and Mrs W H Kylor of SundayLguests friends and rel ativesMr Alva Brown of Evansville Ind is the guest of J T Parson familyRemodeling of the public build ings at this placo is the labor of the day at present Mrs Wm Corley who has been quite ill for several months is slowly improving M tssrs Oscar Young and Matt Jarboe wont to Hawesvillo Satur day on busidess Mr and Mrs N Starks and children spent Sunday with rand Mrs Finley Burnett Several days of last weekwere spent in the work of the roads and repair of bridges Messrs Tr Harmon and Tar vin Baker attended the picnic at SaturdayMr Lynchand children spent Sunday with their son and daughterinlaw Mr and LynchSeveral attended the match game of ball between Dukes and Mt Eden Satutday at Mt EdenSunday School at the M E church every Sunday at 9 a m andat the Baptist church at 2 p m Mesdames H L Stador and daughtorLouise day afternoon with Mrs E O GordonThe Baptist church is under placeThecompleted the work on their churchThe school house at this place is generalheground braced stouter a new belfry built and then allre paintedThose that were entertainedat tho homo of Mr and Mrs Millard Compton Saturday evening were Misses Emma Clark iawver Muriel Parson Mamie Jarboe Myrtle Gabbert Tula and Elsie Lamb Messrs Laurence Lawlace Kirtloy Kincaid Oscar Young Matt and Claud Jarboe and Homer LumbII Ed Harris and wife of Louisville are geests at the home of Mr Harris parents Mr and Mrs J C Harris r = + Wp1 JI Fun SALE Eastman Kod k Cameras tllto sews Office Cloverport Ky FARM for rent For further Information to Mrs Hannah lUnllu Molt Ky Fit SALES hohJlilhlllln Howling Green University rood for any rte parttneNt In that Institution Hreckeurldga Sewn 1INTEnbo stock huts 111111111111 from heard Itr s Hftrd msbnrK Fog SALE 108 acres of laud laying ou the railroad veer Kirk ICO acres clearssix In woodland Good barn It acres In meddow Splendid laud for tobacco corn or wheat Price 1500 cash INjr further particulars write the BreekenrldRe ewsICloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutttnll machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MABTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville KY LAND FOR SALK SALE 150 acres of land sltuatPd near FOIL Creek one mile and a half Garfield Iy Fine tobacco land tramI mentsj one small log dwelling three good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40I acres In woods white oak and post oak ItoldI Fine lot of Rood hickory and ash to sell Price 1500 For further Information write Jna D Babbage Cloverport Ky- POR SALEUook of DestlnyIortune book at News of lce- BeautifuilyBred DUROCJERSEY PIGS Both sex not akin by a fashlon blybr d son of the Grand Champion Boar of the world and also by a fashionablybred grandson of the Grand Champion Sow of the world Prices no to f5 each Beautifullybred registered Shropshire ram lambs for sale M S Kick 253 Fifth St Loulsvjlle Ky r r 4V 4J t Old t 1 t FurnitureLooks a 1 1coat of f IJI HI MRIXJU STAIX ARJ IixtI Severs Drug CoII J1is M t 1 1 J WORKINGMEN EVERYWHERE l USE PERUNA f ne 8b f n A workingmans home is one with a large farm y Children of all ages and both sexes are being reared are subject to slight ailments winter and summer A sent for every time a sick The heat of A The everywhere have come to realize that Peruna is the workingmans friend and him Rev J G Dukes Pastor the Uni tartan Church of Plnetown N C writes liMy wile has been in a very badstate of health for several years and nothing seemed to do her any good until she be gan to use Peruna Since then the color has returned to her and she is gaining In flesh every day and I believe she is a well woman today We TOBINSPORT- Rev Smith of Greencastle Ind spoke at the M1 E church Sunday morning Sovoi al from here attended tne street lair at CRimoltcn Saturday Mr and Mrs George Zimmer man are visiting at J S Englands this week Quite a number from here at tended Quarterly meeting servires at Millstone Saturday and Sunday Mr Elmer Avery left Wednes day for New Albany where he expects to work Misses1 Eva and Eliza were the iruefts of Mr and Mrs Con Simons Sunday afternoon l Mr J S Wmchell of Nowkirkt Okln is visiting relatives fli lends here ftndIIII Rev1J F Winchell filled regular appointment at Kites Hun Saturday and Sunday- Rev Charles Ketchcm filled his regular appointment at the M1 Eo church here Sunday tr t The Average Household Finds f Peruna Not Only a Ftiend 1 f in Time of Need But a Sav v ing of Doctor BillsYPeruna is to Be Found in Thousands of Homes ofthet4 Working Men i usually They doctor is petty ness poorInmeetstheor J preventsseriousworkingmen manydollarsof face May I always keep a bottle in tho house and Mrs Dukes thinks it has done her more good than anything she has ever takenMy little boy ten years old was pale and had but little life Ho began to use boganTodaythe yard running ant jumping with the rest of the children Mrs G B Walls of Cannelton is visiting friends here this week Several from here took the examination for teachers license at Cannelton Saturday There will ne an ice cream sup per at the Tpbinsport school house Saturday night Aug 3 for thd benefit of the Baptist church Everybody is invited to attend When there lathe slightest Indication of indigestion heart burn flatulence or any form of stomach UohbU take a little Kodol occasionally and you will be afforded prompt relief Kodol it a compound of vegetable acid and roll tarn the juices found in a health stomach Kodol duetts what you eat wakes your food do you good Sold by all druggist and Timber Wanted IITies Tie Co have a Urge plant in Evansville for treating Rail n ad ties by which process any cloM of timber is made as servkable aa white oak They are wanting ties and timber tracts near rail road or river Address them at Evansville Ind or P E Matheny Stephensport KyIR1 m Mil M Al l C LI ES i Better than ever will be the IANNUALI I AUGUST 22 1 1 LLEverybody will be there so get Ihave the goods to A help make you comfortable Lawns Dimities Linons Fans n- gcgc i5 Umbrellas Parasols Straw Hats Belts Lace Hosiery Pants Serge I Coats Underwear and lots ofm vm A V- v other interestingnoveltiesy I JCNolte Si Bro- Icloverport II IjYIIi n Ii r Pi Ir 11 rrll J4 n 1 t f 7 n o 1I IJ SaleL4ST CHANCESale w Begins Begins August 1 August 1 I J Mens Boys and Childrervs Clothing Dry Goods Shoes and Ladies and Gents Firnishirvgs at Neverbefore heaurdof Prices Sale Begins Thursday August 1 1907 This is to be a bargain time that will break all records and having anticipated and prepared for it we find ourselves now able to do some Bar gain Record Smashing on our own account Its your golden opportunity and our pleasure to present it to you We cant quote prices to you on every thing but every article in our store is a genuine bargain Be on hand early for the choicest Values and save money J Sale Positively Begins August is Boys and Young Mens Suits Long Pants 3 piece suits ages 15 to 20 actual val ues 450 6 850 and 10 to go at 197 342 and 473 Choice of any in store for 473 Boys Knee Pants worth 25c 15c Look for the Big Red Signsfl PANTS 73CsaleOGprice1 Mens Wool Pants worth 2 50 sale 147U i price iv Mens Fine Worsted Pants worth 3 50 sale priceN 1 93 Mens price Pants worth 5 w sale 248 48StoreEvery article iin the store on saleNothing Reserved- If you value money dont miss this Gigantic Sale EVERYTHING MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES ONE PRICE TO ALL Sale Opens Thursday August 1 SALE STARTS- AUGUST 1 f i IIdurListen Listen 38PrIce45SaleMens Suits all wool newest designs actual value 4 9710 Sale Pricea 50Sale87fronts50THEMENS FURNISHINGS Mens Red and Blue Handkerchiefs at 212cMens atw Fancy Handkerchiefs worth 10c4cN N N NNN NNNN Mens at Heavy Sox4cNNNNN N NIN NN Mens Sox7cNNN NNNNN4 N Mens lCatNN f Mens 12catNNN NH NgMN NNN 10 NN N Mens lCatO NNN Mens 1atMens Collars worth 15c Bea tW NNNNNMN N Mens Overalls 50c and 75c kinds at 38ci1N n Mens atNHeavy Work Shirts 50c kind N 3Be Mens Dress Shirts SOc kind Rfc 3BeN Mens 64catN N Mens ScatN NN N N Mens Underwear 50c at kind38cN Ladies and Mens Umbrellas 7Sc kindJUee at NN Mens 16catN Look Look Childrens Suits ofall kinds and colors at less than onehalf on any in store including all the new Knickerbocker Suits and Ladies Shoes worth 150 at 90c Shoes worth 200 at 5123 Shoes worth 250 at 147 Shoes worth 300 at 193 i One lot ChildrensttSuits at 8geii 1 REMEMBERIThis sale is like all other sales we have ever had straight and honest all through We have every article we advertise and hundreds more just as good Come expecting to get merchandise just as advertised Mens Dress Shirts worth 60cJOeatN N NNN NN4 Straw Hats from 5c to 48c choice of any IQC Straw Hat in the house Boys at Knee Pants SOc and 75c kind38eN NNNN d3CatUnion Made Overalls atNNNVN U7C m Mens Striped Cotton Pants CatChildrens Good at Hose7cNNN N N Ladies Vests at 40 Ladies Slippers of all kinds at less than onehalf for any in the store Read over this ad carefully and mark each item you are interested in and bring this bill with you and you can see that every articlel will be sold strictly as advertised Remember we are going to try to sell every piece of goods in 18 days so dont put it off come tomorrow or tonight Only EIGHTEEN DAYS left to CLOSE OUT our entire stock OUR GUARANTEE We assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction We guarantee every garment every piece of goods exactly as repre sented and will take back exchange or refund your money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatever Every article will be marked in Plain Figures and strictly one price to all SUAPINSKY BROSC- LOVERPORT KY L Mens Shoes 4 SALI3CLOS13SSAT c A r lyrrrrar y ri r4 +r TT r q r H rWork Weakens Your Kidneys Kidneys Make Impure Flood i throughkidneys on In a If they are sick or out of order they fall to do I and matism come from ex t working In pumping thick kldney ned blood through veins and arteries ow modern science proves that nearly you are sick you can make no mistake rst doctoring your kidneys The mild the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers pRoot the great kidney remedy Is i realized It stands the highest for Its idcrfulcures of the most distressing cases hhsold its merits druggists fifty lIS onedollar siz may have minutesthe yourblood ortmpurilles IPains rheu thebloodytroubleg unsteadytthoughlad urinaryles beglnIn le bottle Dy mail Homo of SwampRoot t also pamphlet telling you how to find I you have kidney or bladder trouble lion this paper when writing Dr Kllme Binghamton N Y it make any mistake but remember th SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swami anAbo adlress Binghamton N Y e fsr bottin JEWELRY- he finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware usical instruments and findings I 1tLewis Son Hardinsburg Ky tylish omforteLble alloy made clothes All the latest patterns for lits and trousers in high rode fabrics Clothes Made y modern methods Fit guar ateed Moderate prices Ex ert tailois employed- J H HUNSCHE leper May Co Cannelton Ind edit Strength o art Btwnith or liarWeata a means Nem 1IUi or Nero Weakness nothtar more Pot If sot one weak heart In a hundred U In 11 dually dUeased It Is almost always a m toy little nerve that rally U all at taulk obtettw nwre the Cardiac or Heart Nerr i lfBeedJ and must hare more power more Uty mow controlling more goremlai cta WUaput that the Tart must Conduits 1tthe stomach and kidneys also haft Mftcontrolllnr nenrei 1 cltolr explains why ai a medicine Dr pVBertoratlTa has In tho past done to much reak and allinr Heart Dr Shoop Out toUCh tubeol all this painful palpitating luffocaV seart distress Dr Shoopa RertoraUyrtnll liar prescriptioni alone directed to there c and waiting nerve centers It bands encibena It offers real genuine heart help you would have strong hart itrong di on strengthen these nerves rftestablu t M aoedod with ft Shoops lostorativoi r A Few of the Lecturers GOV FOLK DR GRAY GEO STUART SPURGEON of England PRES EVERETT CAPT HOBSON ASofE OPIE READ BISHOP GALLOWAY FATHER VAUGHN CHENAULT CHENAULT KY Lawrence Jarboe near Mooleyville died at his home Wednesday morning of consumption Mrs Dock Norton is very sick at this writingMr Mrs Lewisjolly of Irving ton were here on a few days stay last weekLittle Effie Jarboe left last week for a visit to St Joseph Daviess county Mrs Edward Tobin and children of St Louis are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hy Stallmann Misses Ruth and Berdie O Bryan and Mrs June OBryan of Mooleyville spent Thursday the guests of the Misses Manning Mr and Mrs Carl M Heim of Can nelton Ind are visiting friends and relatives here Long Live The King is the oopular cry throughout European countries while in America the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never fails to give immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold II Mrs Paines opinion is shared by a majority of the inhabitants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the proven remedy Guaranteed bv Severs Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial bottle freeBLACKJACK NOTES Mis Susie Shacklett and Robert Barnes of Hill Grove Ben Flowers and Inez Dowell of Stith Valley spent Sunday wih Lena and Fanny Dowell John Flaherty of Concordia spent Sunday with Lena Hardesty of Flint ValleyB Shacklett and family and Wm Wright and family of Hill Grovespent last Sunday with E L Dowell and family Mr and Mrs Jim Coleman and Mr and Mrs Nall were also guests at that pleasaut home Misses Lillie and Dona Miller and Lula Sipse of Flint Valley and Mrs Mary Lamb spent Thursday with Mrs Lizzie Brown Mrs Rosa Shacklett and daughter Lucy spent last Thursday with Mrs Laura Clary of Garrett Mrs Martha Roads spent Wednesday with Mrs H L Roads of Garrett Miss Ora Hardesty is on the sick list Miss Laura Ritchie of Garrett is spending a week with Mrs Chas Ritchie near Flaherty Emerson Bradley spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle Bob Smith near Irvington Miss Nannie B Sipseof Flint Volley and Miss Ina McCoy and Mr Kasey of Bewlevville wer pleasantly entertained by Misses Bertha and Mable Foushee recentlyMiss Smith is very ill at her home near Guston Madame Rumor whispers a weddin soon near Hog Wallow Miss Allie Sipse of Black Jack spent Saturday and Sunday with Lula Sipse of Flint Valley The new Pure Food and Drug Law will markit on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupyfyingor poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as made for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics Dr ShoopS Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babeand it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell it Severs Drug Co- Mammoth Fire Works Spectacle The State Board of Agricultureunder whose auspices the Kentucky State Fair will be given at Louisville September 1091 has just closed one of the biggest contracts in the history of State fairs Realizing that visitors to the State Fair come with the expectation of see ingnot only live stock exhibits that excel but desiring to have all forms of attractive amusements added to the program arrangement has been made with the Pain Pyrotechnic Co to bring to Louisville during the State Fair week its famous reproduction of the eruption of Vesuvius This isac I knowledged to be the greatest of all fire works spectacle It faithfully depicts the aweinspiring calamity that came with the rain of tire from the great vol cano near Naples a little more than a year ago GIRLS DIPY GOVERNMENT Indian Maldtns Stand Guard at Graves of Ancestor Kansas City July 26Helena Ida and Lyda Conley sisters and Wyan dotte Indians have begun an armed guard over the graves of their ances tore in Huron cemetery In Kansas City Kan recently ordered sold by the government and threaten to shoot the first person who may attempt to remove the bodies Congress authorized the sale of the cemetery set aside for many years as a tribal burying ground and a division of the money among the re maining members of the Wyandotte tribe first removing the bodies The Conley girls say they wont permit the graves to be touched and they have begun the erection of a shanty on the outskirts of the cemetery Miss Helena Conley who was super Intending the building said From this time on one of the three Conley sisters will be here in the day time At night all three of us shall sldep here and guard In this ceme tery are burled one hundred of our ancestors The blood of the ancient royalty of France flows In my veins I My grandfather owned the whole state of Ohio Why should we not be proud of our ancestors and protect their graves We shall do It and woe bo to the man that first attempts to steal a body We shall keep right on asking bids for the property said H B Durant chairman of the government commission which is trying to sell the ceme tery The government Is behind us 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 inflammation of the bladder Their action is prompt and sure A weeks treatment for 25c Sold by all druggists Old Ladles Improve Opportunity Seoul July 26The Kwan anthill has been stirred to the very cellar by the exemperors second pledge of ab dlcatlon A wave of great excitement swept over the whole peninsula when the new argreement with Japan was announced and the emperors procla nation published In the provinces All the privileged old ladles attached to the court arrived In crowds In the palace condoling weeping wailing and Incidentally carrying away In their customary loose clothing everything detachable and portable The palace was looted of all possible sou venire President Amador Abroad Paris July 2GDr Manuel Amador president of the republic of Panama who Is traveling through Europe on ft pleasure trip was received by Pres- Ident Fallleres at the Elyseo palace The usual military honors acoordei the ruler ot a state were extended to Dr Amador THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estl monials THINKING BETTER OF IT Spaniards Now Willing to Deface a- a Petulant Epitaph Madrid July 26When the body of Christopher Columbus after the Span ishAmerica war was brought back to Spain from Havana and placed In R magnificent sepulcher In the cathedral at Seville the Spaniards smart Ing under the memory of their defeat placed the following epitaph upon the tomb When ungrateful America separat ed Itself from the mother country Se yjlle took back his bones Now that the ili feeling against America has largely disappeared It is proposed to replace this epitaph with more appropriate words The munl cipality of Seville has consulted the Duke of Veragua the descendant of Columbus and the duke has expressed not only willingness but pleasure at tho idea of removing from the tomb uch an unworthy piece of rancor toward America SavedBoys LIfe My little boy four years old had a severe attack of dysentery We had two physicians both of them gave him up We then gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy which cured him and believe that saved hi- slifpWilliam H Stroling Carbon Hill Ala There is no doubt bul this remedy saves tne lives of many children each year Give it with castor oil according fo the plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale by Severs Drug Co Gone To Rest Garfield Ky On July 15 1907 the death ange visited the home of Mr and Mrs Wm Haynes and took from them ther oldest daughter Tisha She was twentyfou years of age at the time of her death She was a constant member of Freedom church Though sick for a long time she bore her illness with a Christians faith She leaves a father and mother four sisters and three brothers and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her death Dear sorrowing ones take comfort in the knowledge that when she passed from your embrace she left to you memory of her spotless life A Cousin TERSE TELEGRAMS The weather bureau predicts a slight drop in temperature in the South and West in a day or two For attempting to shoot a prison In spector at Moscow a woman was hanged under sentence of courtmar tialFresh reports of black rust In the wheat fields of the Northwest caused strength today In tho Chicago wheat marketFormer Chief Sanitary Inspector Perry L Hedrlck of Chicago was found not guilty of accepting bribes while in office Three persons lost their lives when lightning struck a hardware store at Otter Lake Mich exploding a quan tity of dynamite Henry A Hutchings of Illinois has been appointed a special agent of the Indian bureau to aid in the suppres sion of the liquor traffic among the Indians President Roosevelt Is to have a look at the report of the board which examined into the accident aboard the battleship Georgia before final ac tion is taken on it by the department The naval maneuvers of the French Mediterranean squadron now in pro gress are particularly Interesting this year to naval observers because Ad miral Fourniers new system In battl tactics are receiving their first test When the baby is teething it iis cross andrestless it becomes feeverish and in many cases vomits a great deal and oftentimes cannot even keep coolwater on the stomach All the delicate little organs of the stomach are affected bringing on colic and diarrhoea Cas casweet for babies and children makes the stomach right and allays inflamma Lion and prevents irritation Casca sweet makes the baby happy and well Sold by all druggists Mysterious Order Boston Mass July 26 Following an Inspection of the contents of the magazines of the battleship Illinois which is undergoing repairs at the Charlestown navy yard the sailors of the battleship were suddenly or dered to clear the magazines and Im merle the powder bags la water On a continuous line the men marched from the magazines to the dock car rying bags of powder which were at once placed in tanks of sea water The officers of the ship refused to say for what reason the action was taken or whether any deterioration in the powder had been discovered The Charming Woman is not necessarily one of perfect form nl features Many a plain woman who could never serve ae 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 Drug Co Price 50c Mrs Ayres Still Defiant New York July 28 Lieutenant Colonel Charles O Ayres of the Four teeth United States cavalry was offi dally informed of his retirement from active duty in the army His only comment wasIfI am only a soldier Mr comraanderlnchtef has Issued his order and I shall accept It without comment Mm Ayres said Col onel Ayres has been hounded out of the service by a clique of officers wives who are Jealous of me and who have Influenced their weakminded husbands to strike at me through ray husband A cleansing clean cooling soothing healing household remedy is DeWitts Carbolizad 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 best Sold by all druggists r r rrr ioIo4Ho4oo+ooooo+ oo1fl Scortr Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force It baby with the fat andmineral for heu ALL DRUGGISTS SOC AND IOO MYoll o Williams Pleads Not Guilty Muncie Ind July 26Joseph F Williams editor and proprietor of the Indiana Red Man who killed his em ploye Herman Pugh last Saturday was arraigned In the circuit court where he entered a plea or not guilty and his trial was set for Oat 8 It IB understood that the defense will rely on temporary Insanity Over ThirtyFive Years In 1872 there was a great deal of di arrhoea dysentery and cholera infan turn It was at this time that Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was first brought into use It 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 has extended to every part of the United States and to many foreign countries 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 sale at Severs Drug Co Will Investigate- St Louis July GThc story told by Amedea and Ollrulo twr Italians who said they had been hold in slav cry for twentyuorihs on a Mississippi plantation and had just escaped caus ed United Sautes District Attorney Blodgett to Institute an Investigation Into the aliegd ivonage i 25c the for or I in 1 nave seen In ram on uric uoute Yard des Italians In a single writes Giles Edgerton In the man a dozen women with their faces a queer mauve their lips pur plo and all draped In pale red or pur pie veils I have not yet found out y what phase of charm It was Intended to express But the Frenchmen at the cafes knew They peered up over the pale green drink and studio beards npprecla tivcly Rewarding Lord Cromer It Is expected that the British par liament will be asked to make a grant of 50000 to Lord Cromer who did so much to put Egypt In the way of prog ross says the G rott Nations are not always ungrateful In these days of many millionaires a man with 50000 has some claims to snbstanro Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Would Have Saved Him 10000 In 1902 I had a very severe attack of diarrhoea says R N Farrar of Cat Island La For several weeks I was unable to do auything On March 10 1907 had a similar attack and Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which gave me relief I it one of the best medicines ot its kind in the world and had 1 used it in 1902 believe it would have saved me a dollar doctors bill Sold by Severs Drug Co I rliliNNNN eU i First State Bank f KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits I r THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + mysterious The most located and only hotel In the city Jmsklng a 1200 rate Only one block from the and two blocks from the theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat Ij r I I Ia 9i h3 i M The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD PAUl COMPTON Assistant Morris Eskridee G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B P Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a Banking Business Acts as Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits against Loss byFire or Burglary W H BOWMMI President A B Cashier F L VIcePresIdent CUAS AsstCashler Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGI3 BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in way and protected by the very equipment Interest on time Business great and solicited NNNsN I SEVEN HILLS CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST 114 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY The worlds greatest Lecturers Entertainers Great Schools Season ticket 250 Daily Admission Just place your summer vacation church Thirtyfour Park Boating Bathing Fishing provides necessary food Ithy growth ooowYYYOd ooool afternoon CraftsJpainted wagged Montreal Evens Remedy I tookIChamberlains consider hundred IRVINGTON VicePresiden Icentrally firstclass principal hopplnuldlatrlct principal andtclean Cashier Cashier DIRECTORS General Trustee Executor Insured SKILLMAN LianrrooT SKILLMAN The every latest paid deposits small and Ten picnic acres prompt Three BandsrROUNDS IMPERIALLadies JEFFRIESTIIIRD Two Male Quartets Readers Etc Wonderful Trained Animals i rite W F Maylott Superintendent Owensboro Ky for 34 Page Program I Y cir tj7 1 j J 1 f i l Jt1 I otL 0 Rt tr o fiiwk I a4ut vt j jr1umi J- 1I iiigjig J T TfltHMM MMflftttttHl IM Fourth Annual Masonic Celebration VfHm AND PICNIC I = i HARDINSBURG SAT AUGUST 3 07 1 The Hardinsburg Military Band Will Furnsh Music UNIQUE CONTESTFOR Beautiful and Costly Prize to Be Awarded at Kentucky State Fair The counties of Kentucky are to haveI an opportunity of contesting with eacht other for a handsome prize at the Ken tucky State Fair to be held in LouisvilleI under the auspices of the State Board off r Agriculture September 1621 Com missioner of Agriculture Hubert Vree land has tendered to the State Board an appropriation to cover the purchase of a 200 sterling silver plate to be awardedI to that county whose exhibitors at the forthcoming exhibition carry off the largest number of ribbons in all classifi cations This is something unique in the his tory of State Fairs and it is expected to attract a great deal of attention It iis possible for every county in the State toI have a good chance of winning this award A ribbon received in auy de partment will count for as much as theI ribbon that goes with the premium whereI hundreds of dollars are involved there fore the county which exhiUts muchI fruit will line up with the county that has the greatest live stock display whilet the county which makes a good showing in field seed and grain with vegetables and melons will stand as good a chancet as the county that shows most poultry and pigeons or the greatest amount off womans work and table luxuries- It is to be a free for all with an even chance for evsry county in the State The silver plate will be handsomely engraved framed in gold with a back ground of velvet and for the first three months after the fair will be placed iin Lie custody of the county judge of the county which wins it to be hung upo the walls of the court hove to be re moved on January I and placed in the Capitol at Frankfort The three months display in the county courthouse will Gable every citizen of the county to ex amine it while after iic is hung on the walls of the Capitol every visitor to the Capitol will see the trophy and be im pressed with the importance of the county winning it When the new Cap- Itol is completed the silv r plate will be removed to it and as succeeding fairs are held the trophies won by other counties will be placed alongside the first Full info roationwill be furnished to any citizen of the Stxte who will address the secretary R E Hughes at Louis ville Think of Dr Snoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges if your breath is foul or feverish This i r scow white soothing balm contains I of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol OilII incorporated into an imported cream ilkvelvety petrolatum It soothes hula purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Severs Drug Co To Hurt Your Town Fight on the streets Mistrust public men Oppose improvements Run down your officers Run down your imwiiwjwr Go to some other town to trade Refuse to advertise in your paper Run the town down to strangers Do not invest a cent lay out your I money somewhere else Run down everything and every body but Number One If a man wants to buy property as him two prices for it Be particular to discredit the motivesI of public spirited men If he wants anybody lia to buy interfere and discourage him Lengthen your face when a stranger speaks of locating in your town Refuse to see the merit in any schonl- that does not exactly benefit you Talk in the barber shops and loafing places of how bad times are of hou everything and everbody is going t the damnation and bowwows d- r Sensible Women Recently a popular magazine interviewed a hundred representative women in town and country concerning hus bands What kind of a man should a woman marry was the question And what qualities in a husband do you fancy were named in the answers Wealth Good looks Good dressing Social qualities Taking the world at largeyou would suppose that these things would be chief in a womans demand for a hus band Not one of them was so much as mentioned by a single woman What then- Seventyfive of the one hundred put honesty and honor first of all These women some of whom are married and some single understand that neither money nor brilliancy nor handsome featuresalone are united can make up a desirable husband Character is absolutely essential A woman cannot love a man whom she cannot respect And something beside outside appearance iis necessary for respect Only the surface woman is caught by externals These women58 per cent of them put love of home as the second essential of fa good husband They did not believe a man could go the pace of a octal favorite and do his duty as a husbandAnd was about all these women asked of a husbandthat he be honor able and highmided and a home lover Modest is it not The reasonable wife asks only or dinary manliness in a husband not heroism She asks only the love of or dinary man who is true to her and to her home If her husband has brains and large ability so much the better but above all else he must have strength of character The American woman is the most sensible woman in the world A nappy Man Yn35 years of age since a sore on his leg which has troubled him the greater part of hif life has been entirely healed hy BucMeus Arnica Salve the worlds great healer of Sore + Burns Cuts Wound and Piles Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 25c What Hard Times Mean Let the people stop and consider what hard times mean Let those whose memories are good and long enough go back to the souphouse era of 1889 Let those whose memories are short read the files of the newspapers of those days and the stories of distress idle ness closed mills and factories with which the papers teemed Let the thoughtful man whether he be a worker with his hands a toiler with his brain or a capitalist handling capital compare conditions as they existed then and as they have been during the past few years of wonderful prosperity Let him bear in mind that prosperous years have been ours in spite of the so called iniquity of railroad rebates and favoritism and in spite of the terrors of the trusts We have enacted laws to cover the evils complained of It is conceded that railroad rebates are a thing of the put It is acknowledged that our great industrial combinations are now being managed with more care and efficiency and regard for stockholders interests than ever before Shall we continue to pursue the railroads and deatpandextent that confidence will be driven ProsperitykPreventics as the name implies pro vent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you theyecheck and prevent them Preventics are thoroughly safe for children and rev scatpoxesoby Severs Drug Co DUKES DUKES KY Mrs Richard Sapp and daughter Miss Ethel returned to their home at Owensboro Friday after a few weeks visit with friends and relatives at this placeMrs Nealie Campbell is ill at this writingMrs Walter Tindle and little son Georgie of Owensboro are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jack Tindle Miss Flora Newbury spent Friday of last week with her sister Mrs Alonzo Rearden of Weber Several frOm here attended the barbacue at the Tar Springs Saturday Mrand MrsHall Powers and children of Owonsboroare visiting Mr PowersI mother and other relatives at this placeMiss Mamie Cahal of Duncan spent Wednesday with Mrs Lillie Cabal Mr and Mrs Steve Parker and son Charlie Duncan spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Cahal Miss Anna Brunor of Happy Hollow visited at John Johnsons Saturday and SundayMiss Emma Diterding of Evansville is visiting her sister Mrs Tom WheatleyJim and family spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs Kennedys sister Mrs Chas Cahal Mrs Willis Bowling and daughter Cora returned home Sunday after a few days visit with relatives near Floral- L Newbury was in Patesville Friday Preaching at the Cumberland Pres byterian church Saturday evening and SundayHomer Tindle attended the teachers examination at Haweeville Friday and Saturday of last week Miss Jessie Wheatley spent last week with her cousinMiss Mable Wheatley Misses Senada Powers and Flora Newbury spent Tuesday night with Mr and Mrs S W Powersnear Pates villeMiss Lucy Corley visited at Patesville Tuesday of last week One of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is one which we became ac quainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the h steels right 25c at Severs Drug Store Henderson Route Notes Chatauqua Owensboro 155 round trip from Cloverport July 14 to August 15 inclusive good to return four days from date of sale but in no case later than August 16 V Masonic Celebration Hardinsburg August 3 100 round trip from on rain no 112 Good to return same dateSpecial Niagara Falls Excursion Sea son 1907 Dates of sale July 2530 and August 1017 Fare from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return good for 12 days including date of sale will be 1350 These tickets will be sold for certain trains only on above dates For particulars call at the office Masonic Picnic Cloverport August 22 Reduced rates to Clovorport and re turn from all points between Howard and Owensboro inclusive 100 round trip from branch points Special train leaves Fordsville 600 a m returning leaves Cloverport 600 p m same dayI 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 19V25 round trip from Cloverport Call at the office this city for information Home Seekers Rates andII c ol NOVEL THEFT Henry County Farmers Tobacco Crop Stolen5500 Pounds Disappear As if by magic almost the entire tobacco crop of Boswell G Peurce has disappeared and he stands dazed and gazing into as dense a cloudof mystery as ever overhung a mortal The discovery was made Monday He does not know when the tobacco was taken Three weeks before W S Corbin had examined the crop carefully and estimated it at 8000 pounds It was hanging in the barn In that three weeks the theft occurred but no I one knows when as the barn had not been visited by Mr Pearce Five thousand five hun dred pounds of the best tobacco are gone The barn stands a quarter of a mile or more from the house and there is no way to or from it trom the pike except to pass through the gate at the house unless a wire fence be cut and that was not done Yet no track or sign was over noticed about the gate or on the road leading to the barnIt is the boldest and biggest piece of stealing ever performed in this locality The perpetrator deserves to be hanged whoever ho is Mr Pearce hasnt the faintest idea as to who the guilty men are for there must have been more than onebut he would give a penny or two to know their identity not merely for the sake of satisfying fris curosity but that he might congratulate the gentlemen upon the neatness of the jobHenry County Leader Washington July 2G Mexico has been approached by the government of the republic of Salvador with are quest that it take what practically Amounts to the Initiative in opening negotiations between the latter coun try and Nicaragua for a settlement of the differences between them and the reference to arbitration of the claims for reparation for damages sustained by Salvador as a result of the expedition against it by President Zilaya about six weeks ago which created considerable damage in and about the harbor of Acajutla and surrounding country This step is the outcome of the Inquiry mado several days ago in the city of Mexico when the minister from Nicaragua sought to know from his colleague from Salvador whether the latter country would submit the claims of Salvador against Nicaragua to arbitration Salvador it is believed hero would be willing to arbitrate if her neighbors would first indicate in some manner its regret for what has occurred and make suitable amends for taking up arms against her This tho Salvadoreans feel Is properly duo them and It would open the way Mr submitting the claims for damages to arbitration Mexico is in a position whore It can make this sug gestion wUh propriety to Nicaragua and In a way that will preserve the dignity and pride of both nations Among tho Central American diplomats and at tho state department the impression is general that Nicaragua has decided to desist from her avowed purpose of sending another expedition against Salvador At the state department the opinion is that there Is no anxiety among the Central AmerI- can states for a federation of all countries thore at this time a consumma tion which is said to be at the bottom of all of President Zelayas ambitions Subscribe For The News r l1f a Unfair And Absurd Railroad Legislation According to the best sources of in formation now available twocent or twoandahalf cent passenger bills have beenpassed this year by Virginia Illinois Kansas Indiana Ohio South Dakota Arkansas Iowa Missouri NebraskaPennsylvania West Virginia North Dakota Wisconsin and Mississippi Of the States named Ohio and Indiana have fairly dense passenger traffic and Pennsylvania dnd Illinois have dense traffic in certain sections The Dakotas Arkansas I and Nebraska have extremely light passenger traffic and the railroad will certainly lose money on their passenger business under the new laws In fact it may be doubted whether there is a State in the entire list where the re quired reduction in passenger rates will not occasion a tangible loss on the majority of passenger trains that are run The legislators in these Western States saw the citizens of New York Connecticut New Jersey and Massachusetts riding over the principal traffic routes for two cents a mile and decided forthwith that what could be done in Massachusetts could be done in Nebraska or West Virginia as the case might be Itwas clearly shown by representatives of the railroads that the rate at which passengers can be profitably carried depends entirely upon the number of passengers there arc to carry and the distance you have to carry them Laws restricting freight rates to a minimum belong quite uniformly in one of two classifications they are either vicious or foolish It is scarcely ap preciated how closely a railroad figures its freight rates to meet the general best interests of railroad skipper and community alike The subject is a very large and complex one the general principle being so far as possible t develop the maximum number of indus tries along the line of any given rail road and to make rates which will allow these industries to sell their godds in the market with the goods of other factories and mills located in other places The freight schedule in reality represents a very delicate balance of commercial conditions Therefore it is peculiarly unjust and foolish for a State Legislature to make an arbitrary reduction of twenty per cent on a large group of principal commoditlesas has been done this year in Colorado and Nebraska and a reduction of ten per cent In South Dakota Minnesota and other States These reductions are ordered in the face of the wellknown fact that labor materials and in short everything that a railroad buys except ing in some cases fuel cost fronjwS to forty or fifty per cent more than it did ten years agoRay Morris Managing Editor of the Railroad Gazette inLeslies Weekly Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles aloneand it does the work surely and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by Severs Drug Co Notice Commencing July 1 storage charge will be assessed against freight ship ments held over 48 hours F D Ferry Agent Kentucky Fairs 1907 Ohio County FairSept 1114 GlasgowSept 1114 HardinsburgSept 35 PembrokeAug 1517 LexingtonAug 1217 EHzabethtown Aug 2729 HendersonJuly 2327 MadisonvilleJuly 30Aug 3- HodgenvilleSept 1012 JGuthrieSeptUniontownAug 610 SebreeSept 182L Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 1621 There Is moro Catarrh lu this section of the country than any other disease put together and until the last taw years was suposed to be Incurable For a great many years doe tors pronounced It a local disease and pre constantlyopro flounced It Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces 1 1 the system They otter one hundred dollars for any case It fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney do Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A Memorable Day 1 I ffiEJ1fl tiHlJ 1 Wherever Used I I I IEyour srwithyoui II- It E is sure to give satisfaction to every w purchaser who desires a S good reliable brand of tfI flour A trial is all we ask IIRIt 1 Cadick Milling Co Graninaianain Satflii gjJ iiBJ in 7 It- n BreckenridgeCounfy Fair sn l AT fat OfHardinsburghJ Premium List of 3000Five Hundred Dollars SpecClcial Premiums added by lo mJcalbetter equipped county fair grounds in the State No county fair will J have as large an attendance wet the C V Robertson Pres M H Beard Sec fog Ri Iv r 1