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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y s ti- L t- eayVG tJi 1 tfIU S Ld a j y J + N k3 FtIALL THE NEWS TIfATS FIT TO PRINT IYOLo XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1907 8 Pales NO 41FIFTEEN LODGESREPRESENTED At Meeting of County Union A S of E MondayResolu tions Passed The Breckonridge county union A S of Emet at Hardinsburg Monday- M Shrewsbury president called the meeting to order and made a short ad dressThere were fifteen local lodges rep resented by delegates On motion the president appointed the following committee on resolutions W R Pierce Lon Jarboe C E Robbins J L Jordan and Mike Miller following4resolutlons adoptedResolved 1st That the Breckenridge county union A S of E ignore and condemn the action taken by the Inde pendent Tobacco Growers Association recently organized in Breckenridge county 2nd That this county union appoint committeemen to fill the vacancies caused by some of the present commit tee going with the Independent Associa tion and said committee to have the power to fill all vacancies that may oc cur hereafter- 3d That this county union recommend that steps be taken to build an equity warehouse Hardinsburg for the purpose of pooling and handling tobacco 4th That this county union stand by bylawsregardless of the action of any independ ent movement W R Pierce Lon Jarboe G E Robbins J L Jordan Mike MillerCommittee Quite a good deal of regular business was transacted and the meeting ad journed LODIBURG iLODIBURG KY Miss Carrie Walls of Hardinsburg Hardinsburg HappeningsMisses I v HARDINSBURG KY p Claude Mercer was in Louisville sev of last weeks Walter Wilson of McQuady was tintown Monday on a business trip J Dr Frank Hook of Cloverport is iy here on a professional visit rs Misses Jennie Green and Annie dRobertson a of Elizabethtown we- re1guests of Mr and Mrs M H Beard lIS last week ks Miss Mary A Ford iis visiting Mr Io and Mrs Percy M Beard 2Mrs J W Stone Mrs Warfield and Mrs Hinkle of near Cloverport were here Saturday attending the Masonic 1 1picnic Skillman Dr Rafferty Charles 1 1A Harry Newsom Jno D Babbage L Stader and Misses Elizebeth Skillraan Louise Babbage and Eva L I May of Cloverport among those who attended the Masonic picnic here i SaturdayMiss Miller who has been riously ill for some weeks is improv J jttg slowly The Rev J W Hughes ot Kings wood preached at the M E church South Sunday T J Moore spent Sunday at Falls of j Rough the guest of friends Mr and Mrs H H Kemper of Irv 21ington were visitors here Saturday I B Richardson of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Comptom 11 Sunday Barney Squires of Cloverport was jt town Monday on a business trip fcf7 feabe Wright of McQuady was in jHoVm Monday Robert Smith and Joel H Pile spent Sunday at Mook guests of Mr and MrsC C Pile The Cecilian Ladies Quartette a i famous concert company will be at the F Opera House Thursday evening Aug r 8 next A large audience will hear them John M Skillman spent Sunday at Cloverport tho guest of relatives b W K Barnes has made extensive improvements on his property on Court jtJJIIOce IThe Rev and Mrs E B English revisiting at Lewisport the first of tiieiwcek srJadge Henry Moorman went to Hart fed today JJissses Georgia Hughes and Lura 3flty of Leitchfield are visiting i S F i has returned home after a visit to Miss L B Head Miss Lena Avitt is visiting Miss Simons of near Harrtin sburg Quite a number from here attended the barbecue at Hardi nsburg Mr and Mrs W N Head were at Mooleyville visiting Saturday School commenced at Argabright Monday Jasper Head is teacher John Avitt visited his grandparents Mr and Mrs Green Dowell Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C C Grant entertained the following visitors Sunday Mr and Mrs C A Grant of Visalia Cal Miss Myrtle Deacon Miss Lizzie B Head 0 B Mays James Grant and daugh terof Sample Mr and Mrs W B Argabright of this place v SUSPECT ARRESTED I Man Claiming To Be Detective Is Prisoner In Calaboose A man giving his name as Walter Minnick and West Virginia as his native State was arrested Saturday and lodged in the calaboose on the cHarge of carry ing concealed deadly weapons When arrested Minnick had on his person a dirk and other weapons that conform to the requirements of a nigger crap gameThough only the above charge is registered against Minnick Marshal De Haven thinks he is a suspect and is corn municating with authorities elsewhere Minnick has been living here several months and claims to be in the employ of a detective agency Ankle Sprained Miss Ray Heyser suffered a severe sprain of the left ankle on last Saturday while on way to the Masonic picnic at Hardinsburg She was in a buggy with Mr Ken Ferry when the horse they were driving became unmanageable and began kicking Miss Heyser jumped from the buggy receiving the injury to her ankle which has caused her to be confined to her home i were the Col her The Fair Grounds are nearly com pleted A week or ten days work will finish bui dings and put everything in fine condition Investment Proves Valuable Mr Zachary S Taylor representa tive Rock Island Land and Emigration of Enid Okla is in town Five months ago Mrs Nannie J Wathen of Irving ton sold an addition to Enid for thin county II The distribution of these lots was in April Since that time each person who bought has been able to double his money some having realized three hundred per cent on their invest ment in three months time Enid seems destined to be the metropolitan city of that Southwest country Recovering From Injuries Mr W H Bowmer who was thrown from a buggy in a runaway accident on Tuesday of last week receiving severe bruises is rapidly recovering It was at first feared that ho sustained serious in ternal injuries but no alarming symp toms have developed and he will in all probability be able to be on the streets again in a few days Keeps Bugs Away Mr J E Keith of this city made an experiment this season with flax seed as a method of keeping bugs out of a potato patch He says he read in a newspaper that if the flax seeds were sown in the potato hills the bugs would take thair departure and his experi ment proved this to be true No sooner had the seed been planted than the bugs skidooed Mr Keith says he raised the finest crop of potatoes around here this season and the specimens he is exhibiting certainly bear out his claims Assistant Primary Teacher At a meeting of the school board Sat urday night Miss Edith Burn was chosen as an assistant to Miss Maggie Wroe in the primary department of the Clover yearMissSchool at the last term and will make a valuable addition to the faculty BIG CROWD GRAND TIME AND PLENTY OF FU Were Features of the Annual Masonic Celebra tion at Hardinsburg Last Saturday HARDINSBURG Ky More than 6000 people attended and enjoyed the big Masonic Celebration and picnic held here last Saturday notwith standing the rain and chilly weather The people know that the management always have splendid attractions for their amusement and live up to their ad vertisements and large crowds attend every year Had the weather been better fully 10000 would bave been presentThe E A Willson was unable to be present but Judge S W Hagger attended and made a fine fraternal ad dress which was listened to by a very large crowd The mule race was perhaps the feature of the occasion and 2000 people saw Huse Alexandrs mule win the prize of 10 The fat mans race was won by Warren Eskridge of Jolly Station and he was awarded the 500 Stetson hat The two morths old child of Mr and GLENDEANE Revival in Progress At Methodist ChurchStreet Improve ments GLENDEANE Ky Mr Otter Owen has returned to Bas bee Arizcna after spending ten days with his father W D Owen and other friends We hated to see him leave Mr and Mrs John Carnes of Louis ville are visiting friends this week in and around Glendeane Roy Moorman of Hardinsburg was down on business one day this week Mr and Mrs Dock Smallwood of Cloverport are visiting their friends hereThe Methodists are having a big re vival here and they cordially invite everybody to attend- E H Deanes horse fell with him one day this week bruising Mr Daane up considerablyA and W E Hall of Cloverport were down here to straight en up a car that was broken down Miss Maud Deane went to Louisville one day this week Mrs R W Owen of Lewisport is hersfatherGeo Lyddan of Irvington spent Sunday with D C Moorman- R E Moorman went to Louisville and purchased him a nne colt Rev E L Rogers is conducting a re vival meeting at Black Lick church Mr Ed Allen of Louisville and Miss Maggie Bowman were married July 20 We wish them much joy Mrs F W Bailey is visiting her sister Mrs J C Mattingly this week Bob Probus sustained painful injuries to one of his hands by having it caught in a hay press G W Matthews is improving rap idlyMiss Nellie Fisher of Rockvale spent the day with Mr and Mrs J G Moor man Wednesday Born to Mr and Mrs Bob Probus on July 18 a fine eight pound boy A C Noblet of McDanlels spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S P Pool Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough has been the guest of Miss Emma Lou Moorman this week We are needing rain very badly in and around Glendeane Col E L Robertson shipped a car load of sheep this week Moorman Howard are through prizing their purchase of tobacco J C Mattingly has been working the streets of Glendeane and he has fixed each one of those bad hills Mr Mat tingly was the man we have been look ing for for a long time Arthur Wheeler formerly of this county has returned to his home in Louisville after several months health seeking in New Orleans and other points andis but slightly benefited ar f Mrs Humphrey Marshall was decide- to be the prettiest baby and it received 500 in gold The Jamestown and Washington trip contest excited the most interest There were three candidatesMiss Lena Hens ley of this place Miss Nora Hoskins o Glendeane and Miss Nay Jolly of Mc Quady Miss Jolly received the larges- number of votes and will take the trip to Washington D C and the Jamestown Exposition The other two young ladles will go to the Mammoth Cave The organ is the property of the person who holds ticket No 149 and upon its presentation at the Farmers Bank will receive it The palmist a disciple of Cheiro was the center of attraction and her tent was visited by a large number of young folks anxious to knowoftheirfate- Altogether the picnic was a great suc cess Not an arrest was made and the crowd was very orderly Remember August 2 1908 CUSTER General Roundup Of Local News Notes I CUSTER KY Dr Raymond Meador returned from a visit to friends at Dundee Ohio coup ty Thursday Mr A B Suter makes regular tri to Big Spring He finds the society there attractive He was delighted with the entertainment at the ice cream supper last Saturday night Mrs AlfTaylor and children attended the birthday dinner of little Virginia Head at Rosetta the 27th It being Virginias eighth birthday eight little girls were invited Eliza ana Louise Taylor Ruth Martha Ann and Mary Harned Kathleen Rowland Carmanl and Bessie B Payne The eighth lit tle girl being absent we failed to get her name Alf Taylor Jr made the eighth child for the party preventing a vacant place at the table Mr and Mrs Head are delightful hosts The prize cake was cut by each little guest until little Kathleen Carman cut the prize Tasty souvenir cards were at each guests plate having appr opriate verses suitable for each After dinner the young guests were invited ont t the lawn where several nice games an swings were arranged and all the old plays that the elders could think of was indulged in The party broke up late in the afternoon with everybody happy and jolly and wishing Virginia many happy returns of the day Mrs Taylor and her children remained over until Sunday Virginia returning with them to spend a week with Louise Miss Nora Hoskinson of Vine Grove is the guest of Miss Annie Trent for a weekMrs H B Head came over from Rosetta Friday afternoon to remain with the Taylor family for a three days visit and on returning home will take ber little daughter Virginia who has been Louise Taylors guest for a week Ben Clarkson bought eighteen head of fine cattle of Alex Gray Thursday Chas Alexander and Misses Shelley and Golda Pile attended the picnic at Hardinsburg Saturday The picnic at this place the 27th was successful in every way Dr Beeler is coming the 8th and will remain until the 12th We love for the doctor to come he is nice socially and that is what Custer is in need of Mr Suter would like for a big hunch of young ladies to be imported He is society DUKES DUKES KY Mrs Nicie Campbell is no better Mrs Anna Hardin is ill Miss Pearl Johnson is visiting Miss Jessie Wheatley Clifton Corley of Patesvllle was the guest of his cousins Misses Ada and Lucy Corley Sunday Mrs Jack Tindle Mrs Elizabeth h Dunn and Homer Tindle are visiting relatives in Owensboro Mr and Mrs Fletcher Pauley and atNJohn Johnson left Monday for Ow ensboro to enlist in the U S army Sunday School at the C P church every Sunday at 10 a m Mrs Carrie Johnson and daughter Miss Josie were in Cloverport Sunday Mrs Harvie BaSham and Mrs Fan nie Ray were in Cloverport Thursday shopping returnedia weeks viiit with relatives in Owensboro Miss Mary Belle Aldridge of Owens I boro visited her cousins Misses Carrie and Pearl Basham last week bitfEden Saturday on the formers ground oftDukes BOTTLING WORKS Will Be New Industry In Clover port In Near Future Qrobability the near future Mr F T Heyser is now negotiating for the purchase of ma chinery and says that he will have the factory in operation within a few months The manufacture of soft drinks will be engaged in on an extensive scale The increase in consumption of soft drinks is universal and the supply is far short of the demand and that an indus try of this nature would thrive here there is no doubt Miss Edith Heron Dead The sad news of the death of Miss Edith Heron which occurred at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Heron of Philadelphia was received thepsmany friends of this city goes out to the Heron home IRVINGTON Ky Mrs Frank Sterett and daughter Jessie of Charleston Mo are visitors of Mr and Mrs J A Cullev for a few days Mrs A B Coleman left Saturday for an extended visit to her daughter Mrs Reeser in Hardin county Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain spent Friday in Louisville on a business trip Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane came Saturday to be the guest of Mrs P E Dempster left Saturday for Brandenburg where they will visit bliss Lewis for a Wk Mr and Mrs John Wimp and d l h tor Katherine left Tuesday fog iv ensboro for a short visit to Mrs Mite Brashear 1 Mrs Tony McCoy of Louisville wilt return some time thikweek from Horse Branch to continue her visit here the guest of her parents Mr and j Mrs G L Brady I Mr and Mrs Chas Beard ind chil dren of Hardinsburg spent afew days last week the guests of Mrs Nora Board I Miss Lisiie Hilf of Texas arrived Saturday to visit her sister Mrs John Nevitt I Mr and Mrs Bud Neafua and baby have returned from Louisville where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ernest Galloway Miss Claire Jolly spent llust Thursday In Louisville shopping Mrs James Biggs and sqn Owen left Sunday for Hawesville for a visit toher uncle Mr William Hall Miss Blaudia Bandy returned Sunday from Tar Springs after two weeks outingMrs W B Gardner Mrs Newsom Gardner and Miss Ada Cunningham of New York left last week for Chenault to visit Mrs Will Gardners parents Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham for several days Mrs Rudd of Hanson Ky has re turned to her home after being the guest of her daughter Mrs B F WilsonMr Ben Clarkson of Big Spring spent Saturday and Sunday here visit ing his sister Mrs H H Kemper Misses Mayo and Leila Tydings ofI Louisville are visitors of Miss Ellen Munford CALLED MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL To Consider C W HammarTs a Project of Laying Water Pipe on WafI Street Little business of importance was transacted at the regular monthly meet ing of the City Council Monday night Mr C W Hamman was before the body asking for franchise to pipe Wall street for the purpose of supplying water to the businuss houses The council took no action in the matter but a called meeting of the body will be held Thurs day night when it is thought that action favorable to Mr Hammans project will be taken TAR FORKi TAR FORK KY J B Batesof McQuady was in this vicinity Thursday J N McCarty of Owensboro made a visit to his sister Mrs T H Bates last week Mrs J B Rice and daughter Wine nie returned to their home at Owens boro last Tuesday Several from here attended the as sociation and dedication of Friendship church last week Miss Bettie Smith and Mr Herbert Weedman were married at the home of the brides sister Mrs Robt Sanders last Saturday afternoon Rev C L Goff performed the ceremony Born to the wife of Marion Jackson a boyRev Geo Jones filled his regular ap pointment Saturday and Sunday at Cave Spring He also gave a tem perande lecture Saturday night Raymond Pate and Russell Harris spent last week at the Tar Springs re cuperating from the effects of the spring fever r H u Irvington Intelligence I Lockhrdd Mr and Mrs Harry Major after a Visit to Mrs Majors parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington have returned to LouisvilleMr Giles is at Gratz Ky visiting his parents Dr and Mrs 0 F Marshall and cousin Miss Nannie Bandy have re turned from Tar Springs where they were guests two weeks Mrs W J Pigffott entertained a few friends last Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 for her daughter Eliza Those present were Misses Eliza Piggott Katherine Wimp Zelma Wilson and Master William Major of Louisvilleand Mr Joe Piggott Miss Mary Alexander arrived Friday from Louisville for a visit to Mrs Nora Board thtownlastAlfred Hawes spent Sunday in Ow parentsMiss Monday for Gravson Springs for two weeks Lyonsleftthey will visit their uncle Mr Thos DavisMr Chas Hawes has purchased the byMrBandforHawes will near future a beautiful home which will be quite an addition to our town Mr and Mrs Charlie Grant of Va laria Cal spent a few days of last week the guests of Mr and Mrs G N BandyMrs Morris Gilbert of Paducah is expected some time this week to visit PayneHer turn with her after a months visit Mrs James K Bramlett and children returned Friday from Alton where they have been the guests of relatives and friends The Epworth League on Sunday evening will be conducted by Miss Claire Jolly The subject will be Enduring Persecution Rev Edward Graves made an earnest appeal from his pulpit Sunday to attend the Union prayer meeting The meetingiscondition of the church The Home Aid Society was entertain ed by Mrs Piggott on Monday after noon Mrs Komper was the leader for the afternoon The Lady of Decoration is enjoyed Mrs Jonas Lyons will the hostess in August littlefriendswithand croquet workthet n A rif P E iI 1 t THE LION ANDf o 1 THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN 4 Story of American Life Novelized From tht Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY C W DILLINGHAM COMPANY Her letter was abrupt and at lies glance seemed hardly calculated to bring about what she wantedan Invitation to call at the Ryder home bu she was shrewd enough to see that if Ryder wrote to her at all It was because he was most anxious to see her and her abruptness would not deter him from trying again On the contra ry the very unusualness of anyone thus dictating to him would make him more than ever desirous of making her acquaintance So Shirley mailed the letter and awaited with confidence for Ryders reply So certain was she that ono would come that she at once began to form her plan of action She would leave Massapequa at once and her whereabouts must remain a secret even from her own family As she In tended to go to the Ryder house in the assumed character of Shirley Green it would never do to run the risk of be ing followed homo by a Ryder detective to tho Rossmoro cottage She would confide In one person only Judge Stott He would know where she was and would be In constant communication with her But otherwise she must be alone to conduct the campaign as she judged fit She would go at once to New York and take rooms R boarding house where she would be known as Shirley Green As for funds to meet her expenses she had her dia L fillingLa 1In more personal adornment So that evening while her mother was talking with the Judge she beckoned Stott over to the corner where she was sitting Judge Stott she began I have a planBe smiled Indulgently at Her You said that no one on earth could rMtat John Burkett Ryder that no one could light against the money power tier wen do you know what I am going to I What will you dor be asked with a Slightly Ironical Inflection in his Voice tIt am joint to fight John Burkett Ryder stir cried Stott looked at her open JDoutbldIiI tryouT he said n IhiI I It he has them Stott shook his brad My dear child he said what are you talking abut How can you ex pact to reach Ryder We couldnt repliedShirleymy father nnd Im going to leave noth ing untried to save him elllitecliStottI minds In the country Has any woman sifted It oerr do manded Shirley No but stammered Stott Then Its about time one did said the girl derisively Those letters my father speaks of they would be useful Would they not They would bo Invaluable Then Ill get them If not But I dont understand how yaun going to get at Ryder Interrupted Stott I This la how replied Shirley posing ortfr to him the letter she had re eelved thai afternoon AS Stott recognized the well known signature and read the contents the xprefuion of his face changed lie gasped for breath and sank Into Chair from sheer astonishment i i Ah thats different he crlod Thats different I Briefly Shirley outlined her plan ex plaining that she would go to live in the city Immediately and conduct her campaign from there If she was sue I cessfiil It might save her father and It not uo harm could become of It That same evening her mother the judge and Stott went for a stroll after dinner and left her to take care of tile house They hud wanted Shirley I to go too lint she pleaded fatigue The truth was that she wanted to he alone so that she could ponder undisturbed over her plans It was a clear starlit night with no moou and Shirley sat on the porch listening to the chirping of the crickets and Idly watching the fUshea of the mysterious fireflies She WM In uo mood for reading and sat for a long time rocking herself en grossed In her thoughts Suddenly she heard some one unfasten the garden gate It was too soon for the return of the prornonadorH It trust be a via itor Through the uncertain penumbra of the garden she discerned approaching a form which looked familiar Yes now there was no doubt possible It WM Indeed Jefferson Ryder She hurried down the porch to greet him No matter what the father had done she could never think any tho low of the son Ho took her hand and for several moments neither ono spoleeI There aro times when silence Is more eloquent than speech and this was one of them The gentle grip of his big strong hand expressed more tenderly than any words tho sympathy that lay In his heart for tho woman ho loedI Shirley said quietly You have como at last Jefferson I came as soon as I could ho re plied gently I saw father only yes IIJI J terdayYou need not toll mo what ho said ti Bbirloy hastened to Bay j c t ru IiU 1 W undertstood whet she meant lIe hung s head and hit viciously with his wart Ing stick nt the pebbles that lay at tent She went on I know everything now It was foolish of me to think that Mr Ryder would ever help us I cant help it In any way blurted out Jefferson I have not the slight est Influence over him Ills business methods I consider disgraceful You understand that dont you Shirley The girl laid her hand on his arm and replied kindly Of course Jeff we know that Come up and sit down He followed her on the porch an- drew d up a rocker beside her They are all out for a walk she explainedIm he said frankly I wanted a quiet talk with you I did not taro to meet any one My name must be odious to your people Both were silent feeling a certain I awkwardness They seemed to have drifted apart In some way since those delightful days in Paris and on the ship Then he said Im going away but I couldnt go until I saw you exclaimednShirley surprised Yes he said I cannot stand it any more at home I had a hot talk with my father yesterday about one thing and another He and I dont chin well together Besides this matter of your fathers Impeachment has completely discouraged me All the wealth in the world could never reconcile me to such methods Im ashamed of the role my own flesh and blood has played in that miserable affair I cant express what 1 feel about It But what are you going to do he asked These sur roundings are not for you He looked around at the cheap furnishings which he could we through the open window and his face showed real con cernI shall teach or write or go out as governess replied Shirley with a tinge of bitterness Then mulling d- Ily she added Poverty Is easy It is banIIand took hold of the hand that lay In her lap She made no resistance Shirley be said do you remom ber that talk we had on the ship I asked you to 1he my wife You led me to believe that you were not indifferent to me I ask you again to marry me Give me the right to take care of you and yours I am the son of the worlds richest man but I dont want his money I have earned a competence of my own enough to live on com fortably We will go away where you rind your father and mother will make their home with us Do not let the sins of the fathers embitter the lives bf the children Mite has not sinned said Shirley bitterlyI I could say the same of mine replied Jefferson It Is be cause thE clouds are dark about you that I want to come Into your life to comfort you TLe girl shook her head No Jefferson the circumstances make KIICI ii marring impossible Your family and everybody oI e would tray Uuit I bud Inveigled you Into it It Is DWI more Impossible now than I thought It was when 1 spoke to you on the ship andiI weeping silently said Jefferson tenderly sayIYes IhftllIsUIiIsingle I shall ask you again to be my wifeYou may not want me then I shall nlwaya want you ho whis InIpale He rote and held out his handitt Goodby he said simply I Goodby Jefferson She row andjj put her hand in his We will always be CrlendllII lIe raised ber hand to his lips Goodby Shirley Dont forget meII I shall come back for you Ho went down the Iporch and IhoI watched him go out of the gate and down the road until she could see hist I figure no longer Then she turned back t and sunk into her chair and burying her face In her handkerchief she gave way to a torrent of tears which affordI od some relief to the weight on her heart Presently the others returned I from their walk and she told thorn about the visitor Mr Ryders son Jefferson was hero Wo crossed on the same ship IIintroduced him to Judge Stott on the 1 dock Tho Judge looked surprised but he merely said I hope for his sake that he is a different man from his fathorIlIe is replied Shirley simply and nothing more was said Two days went by during which Shirley went on completing the preparations for her visit to New York ItIwas arranged that Stott should escort hor to the city Shortly before they t started for the train a letter arrived flail Rhirlgy Like tho first one it bad c J s been forwarded by her publishers It read nsfollows Miss Shirley Green Dear Madam I shall be happy to BOO you at my resIdenceFIfth avenue afternoon that you will mention Yours very truly JOHN BURKETT RYDERPer D Shirley smiled In triumph as unseeni by her father and mother she passedL it over to Stott She at once sat down and wrote this reply Mr John Burkett Ryder Dear SlrI am sorry that I am unable to comply with your request I prefer th 1 Invitation to call at your private residence should come from Mrs Ryd Yours etc SHIRLEY GREEN She laughed as she showed this to StottHell soldya letterAn hour later she left Massapequa t for tho city CHAPTER X- ITHE Hon FItzroy Bagley had reason to feel satisfiedl himself His affaire do cotur with the daugbterwas progressing more smooth ly than ever and nothing now seemed likely to Interfere with his careful n prepared plans to capture an heiress The interview with Kate Rob erts in the library so awkwardly dis turbed by Jeffersons unexpected Intru sion had been followed by other inter views more secret and more successful and the plausible secretary had con trived so well to persuade the girl tha t he really thought the world of her an that a brilliant future awaited her as his wife that it was not long before he found her In a mood to refuse him nothingBagley urged Immediate marriage He Insinuated that Jefferson had treat ed her shamefully and that she owed i- to t herself to show the world that ther were other men as good as the one who had Jilted her He argued that in view of the senator being bent on the match with Ryders son It would be worse than useless for him Bugles to make formal application for her hand so as he explained the only thing which remained was a runaway marriage Confronted with the fait accompli Papa Roberts would bow to the lacy itable They could get married quietly in town go away for a short trip and when the senator had got over his first disappointment they would be wol comed back with open arms Kate listened willingly enough to this specious reasoning In her heart she was piqued at Jeffersons indifference and she was foolish enough to really believe that this marriage with a Brit lab nobleman twice removed would be In the nature of a triumph over him Besides this project of an elope ment appealed strangely to her frivol bus Imagination It put her In tho same ilass as all her favorite novel heroines And It would be capital fun Meantime Senator Roberts In bliss ful Ignorance of this little plot against his domestic i eace was growing Im patient and he approached his friend Ryder once more on the subject of his son Jefferson The young nine he said had been suck from Kurope sometime lie insisted on knowing what Ills attitude was toward his daughter If they were engaged to be married he said there should be a public an nounremont of the fact It was unfair to him and n slight to his daughter to Jot matters hung fire In this unsatisfac tory way nnd ho hinted that both him Shirley you arc wrong self and his daughter might demand their passports from the Ryder man slop unless some explanation wore forthcomingRyder in a quandary He had I no wish to quarrel with his useful Washington ally He recognized the reasonitbleuoss of his complaint Yet what could he do Much as he him self desired the marriage his son was obstinate and showed little Inclination to settle down He oven hinted at at In another quarter He did not toll tho senator of his recent interview with his son when the latter made It very plain that tho marriage could never take place Ryder senior had his own reasons for wishing to temporize It was quite possible that Jefferson might change his mind and abandon his idea of going abroad and he suggested to the senator that perhaps if he the senator made the en gagomont public through the newspapers it might have the salutary effect of forcing his sons hand So n few mornings later there ap peared among the society notes in several of the New York papers this para graph The engagement Is announced of Miss Katherine Roberts only daughter of Senator Roberts of Wisconsin to Jefferson son of Mr John Burkott Ryder Two persons In New York happened to see tho item about the same time and both wore equally Interested al t y = though It affected them In a tllffSrcnt manner OnQ was Shirley Rossmore who had chanced to pick up the newsy paper at the breakfast table hi he boarding house So soon she murmured to herself Well why not Sho could not blame Jefferson He had otters spoken to her of this match arranged by his father and they had laughed over it as atypical marriage of convenience mod eled after the continental pattern Jef ferson she know had never cared fore the girl nor taken the affair seriously Some powerful Influences must have surrenderrso easily Here again she recognized the masterly hand of Ryder senior and more than over she was eager to meet this extraordinary man and measure her strength with his Her mind in 1deed was too full of her fathers trou bles to grieve over her own however much site might have been inclined to do so under other circumstances and all that day she did her best to ban ish the paragraph from her thoughts More than a week had passed since withscorresponding with financiers calling on editors and publishers every mo busynpriced boarding house off Washington square and here Stott had called sev- oral times to see her Her correspond ence with Mr Ryder had now reached a phase when It was impossible to In delayingt arrivdal In town she had received a note from Mrs Ryder asking herr to do her the honor to call and see her and Shirley after waiting another two days had replied making an appointment for j the following day at 3 oclock This was the same day on which the para RyderRobertes engagement appeared In the society chronicles of the metropolis Directly after the meager meal which in New York boarding houses Is digni fled by the name of luncheon Shirley proceeded to get ready for this portentous visit to the Ryder mansion She was anxious to make a favorable im pression on tho financier so she took some pains with her personal appear anceIn about twenty minutes the cur stopped at the corner of Seventyfourth street Shirley descended and with a quickened pulse walked toward tire Ryder mansion which she knew well by slsht Continued next week Tired mothers worn out by the peev ish cross baby have found Cascaswee- a boon and a blessing Cascasweet iis for babies and children aud is espec ially good for the ills so common in hot weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold ball druggists NO CHAGE IN PROGRAM Big Fleet Will Go Around the Horn as Planned Oyster Bay N Y Aug 2Score tary Loeb says that there has been no change In tho plans to send the Atlantic battleship fleet to the Pacific ocean and that the necessary propa rations for the trip aro now being made by the navy department Upon their completion and approval by the president the voyage will begin when tine president gives the word Mr Loeb made this statement inci dentally in saying that there was no foundation for tho report that Secretary Metcalf had been or would be asked to resign from the cabinet because of his announcoment that theI fleet would be In San Francisco harbor In the near future No protest hasIbeen received from the Japanese government against the plan to send the Atlantic battleship fleet to the Pacific I and none Is expected It Is pointed out hero that no basis exists for pro test or complaint as tho fleet Is to remain in American waters DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazeljj Salve is goad for polls burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It is especially good for plies Sold by all druggists No More Sunshades The latest society fashion is a sort of lorgnette without glasses known as I the Maisotte eye shade says London P T O The Malsette which made Its first appearance on the lawn at As cot has sprung widely Into popularity among ladles who are constantly at tending outdoor functions as it not only shields the oyos from the rays of tho sun but enables women to do away with their parasols The new eye shade is supported by a long han dlo In the same manner as the lor gnette nfld comes out horizontally from the forehead for three Inches being lined with a delicate shade of green silk underneath It is finding great flip vor also among the men as It can bo folded Into a convenient size for tho vest pocket The shade used by Queen Alexandra Is made of pure tortoiseshell Old Kentucky Home Hymn A new hymn composed by the Rev W H Smith of Louisville Ky and sung to the air of My Old Kentucky Home was given a trial at the Wal nut Street Baptist church Third ave nue and St Catherine street in Louis rifle says the New York World The idea worried In the words fa that the gospel should be carried to every corner of the Kentucky home and thence into all the world Though the song congregationJoined df tr WOMAN AND FASHIO- An Nr Afternoon Costumer Pongee dresses In dark blues deep greens or maroons with white designs I for afternoonare decidedly popular costumes this summer because they are both cool had dressy enough for formal occasions They have an nddI IK COIN SPOTTED PONGEE ed advantage too for women win- make their own gowns for being dot ted checked or floral patterns the styles In which they are fashions need not be so elaborate as when plain materials are selected The gown Illus trated Is n charming example In natural colored pongee with coin spots 1 dapple green A heavy ecru lace Is use for trimming How to Get Shaded Hair In London where the craze Is for shaded1 hair the only satisfactory method Is sun drying which shades the hair nicelyI The hair Is wrung dry and then pulled through an old straw hat which Is placed on top of the head There Is a hole In the top of tho hat and the hair Is pulled up through the hole It Is spread around the brim of the hat nnd dried In this manner In the broiling sun When there Is no sun It windtDark hair should be shaken perfect Ily dry and It takes some minutesI longer for It to become dry Dark hair mats and stays damp and must be shaken well to get out all the moisture Even then It should be dried over and over again for It has n way of sudden ly feeling damp Each night dark hair should be tossed about and shaken again for this Is the only way to keep It from becoming soggy Red Imlr auburn hair and hair tha- is t simplyI light In tone may be slightly blended but by no means colored The trouble with light hair In the summer Is that It Is apt to grow drab And the hair experts will tell you that it Is al most necessary to blond It Just a very little This means nothing more than the adding of n little bit of henna tea to the rinsing water But even this Is n matter of personal preference It Is not nt all necessary to do It Light hair will keep Its fluffiness and Its tone much longer than dark hair with the same amount of treatment A Collar Box The fashion of wearing the turndown embroidered linen collar has created n demand for a proper receptacle for them and this comes In the forni of book covers about fifteen inches long and six inches wide Those are cover ed on the outside with cretonne dr silk and on the Inside with a sheet of perfumed cotton over which Is white lin en Straps of ribbon are sewed across the covers about three Inches from either end and through these the ends of the collars are slipped This keeps them perfectly that and in a much more convenient form than a collar box The covers fold together and tie with rib bon giving a perfectly tint case that may be easily packed Smart Leather Accessories The latest seashore fad is to order leather accessories made to match the rig with which they are to be worn 1 TilE NEWEST BAs the decoration may even be carved or they are lovely plain These pieces coin purse cardcase and bag arc in reseda green to match a certain lovely i tussore dress Afternoon Modes An afternoon gown must be long and while exaggerated trains are not worn there must bo a graceful and becoming sweep of tho material As 1 the season advances tho empire becomes more and more disguised while tho severely plain princess model has practically disappeared although this does not mean that the one piece frock is out of favor far from It It has been proved far more satisfactory in dealing with delicate materials to join the bodice and skirt together by n band of embroidery or lace even though It la to be hidden by a ribbon girdle r iL H flaW I YOlK FIE 1 I Brutal Murders of SimUs I Character Seem to Be by Same Hand ITHREE SHOCKING CRIMES New York Police lime Added Work In Seeking Murderer of Little Girl lffsr Mutilated Body Was Found In a Basement Near Her Home New York Aug 2The grave yard as the foreign lrpulated neigh borhood on First avenue between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets Is known locally gave up yesterday a fresh crime rivaling In atrocity the mysterious butcheries of last week The latest discovered victim was an eightyearold girl and like the two young women murdered she had been shockingly mistreated before death and the body mutilated when Ufo was extinct The three murders are strikingly similar Last Thursday night a wom an was strangled in a boarding house the next morning the body of a still unidentified woman who had been choked to death was found in an areaway Katie Prltschler daughter of a restaurant waiter disappeared a week ago and was killed that night 1A ribbon placed about the throat and drawn so tightly that it cut tho flesh showed how she died candranks first She was assaulted mur dered and then her lifeless form was horribly mutilated Carl Prltschler the father of Katie is a hardworking rospectablo citizen Ho has several other children all younger than Katie Tho girl left homo last Thursday night to play In the street When she failed to return the father notified the pollee and a general alarm was sent out Tho body was discovered within a block of her home and scarcely a hundred yards from the location of a placard placed by the father calling attention to the fact that his child was lost How the body could have remained undlscovored for a week snot explained Tho girls body was stumbled upon by a woman who visit ed the basement of tho house at 203 First avenue It lay upon a berry crate with seemingly no effort at con cealment You can say for mo Coroner Har Iburger declared that the crimes in Berlin of which tho newspapers have told havo not boon otne thousandth part as bad as the murder of this little girl Tho coroner would not permit the body to be photographed At the coroners direction Gaetano Rlppolano whose cobbler shop ad Joins the girls home was arrested and asked to explain his absence from his shop on last Friday He estab lished the fact that ho had spent the day at Bristol Conn The girl Is said to have frequented Rlppolanos place and a search of tho shop brought to light a mans shirt which boro red stains The cobbler was arraigned and remanded to tho coroner When news of the finding of the little onos body spread through the neighborhood excitement roso to such a pitch that tho removal of the body and tho arrest of Rlppolano caused almost a riot Shop windows wero smashed and only the determined front of the police reserves who clubbed right and loft prevented greater damage John Kusmlpho the Russian watch man under arrost as a suspicious per son and who Is said to have been seen In the company of the girl whose body was found in tho areaway on East Ninetieth street was remanded without ball 1A Traveling Mans Experience I must tell you my experience on an East bound 0 R N R R train from Peudleton to Le Grande Ore It writes Sam A Garber a well known traveling man I was in the smoking department with some other traveling men when one of them went ont into the coach and came back and said There is a woman sick unto death in the car1 I at once got up and went out found her very ill with cramp colic her hands and arms were drawn ap so you could not straighten them and with a deathlike look on her face Two or three ladies were working with her and giving her whisky I went to my suit case and got my bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I never travel without it ran to the water tank put a double dose of the medicine in the glass poured some water into it and stirred it with a pencil then I had quite a time to get the ladies to let me give it to her but I succeeded I could at once see the ef herhandsanother dose By this time we wore almost into Le Grande where I was to leave the train I gave the bottle to anotherdosethe train ran into Le Grande she was all right and I received the thanks of every passenger In the tsar For aal by Severs Drug Co r Ia M 7 l- i t p n Ii i = O YOU GET Ut WITH A LAME BACK I dncy Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news pers Is sue to know of the wonderfulI cures made by Dr- KllmersSwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byDrncnt kidney and bladder specialist and iIs onderfully successful In promptly CIng troulesworst orm of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers recrhmendedney liver or bladder trouble it will be found ust the remedy you need IIt has been testedi privatracticechase relief and has proved so successful finI very case that a special arrangement ha been made pashomay 10 sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how tto troublehent thibgenetotfferfSIVend your address to r KtlmeroEing I amton N Y The ampRootlollarjpont make any mistake but 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prices Ex port tnilois employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Canueltou Ind PAIN fain In tho headpain anywhere has Its cause kin It congestion pain is blood pressure nothlnf tlie usually At least so says Dr Shoop and to rove It he hits created a lIttlo pink tablet That iblct called Dr Shoops Iluadacho Tablet oazos blood pressure away from pain centers ta cffectls charming ploailnjly dellfhtful Gently ouch safely H surely equalizes the blood clrcu Lion 31 you have a headache Its blood pressure If Its painful periods with wbmen same cause JC ousts sleepless restless nervous Its blood anecstion blcwd preuure That surely lsa irtalnty for Dr tihoopa Headache TnbUts stop in CO minutes and the tablets simply distribute- o unnatural blood pressure Bruise your finger and doesnt It get rpd and ell and pain you Of course it does ita con aonbloodpressure Youll find it trhero pain always Itssimply Common Sonso YTo sell at 25 cents and cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops Headache TabletsA H y FIREE 0ONJJ P NEgEI i Battalion ot Korean Soldiers Creates a Disturbance In Seoul I OBJECT TO DISARMAMENT The KomuiH Killed niul Wounded Number About Sixty niuli JapaiKuo horsy The Process of Disarming the Korean Army Will Be Continued Over the Country Seoul Aug 2A Korean battalion of tho First Shlwa regiment of Korea mutinied yesterday against tho dis armament and engaged In a fight fo ever eight hours with the troops near the consulate quarter with titles and a machine gun Reports give the number of killed and wounded ae sixty Koreans and forty Japanese About 3000 men toil lingly disbanded marching without arms through the parade ground where according to rank they re elved gratuities ranging from 25 to 80 yen At 8 oclock In tho morning the minister of war road tho rescript of disbandment to the higher Korean officers at the house of Gen Hnsog awa Major Paksung Huan commander of Shiwfa committed suicide This excited his subordinates and also a battnllon o 9the second Shlwa who attacked two Japanese officers and their orderlies One battalion marched on the south gate where a clash occurred In which Capt Kajlwara and two others were killed Over 100 Koreans escaped1 with their rifles and divided Into two bands They are still abroad but on account of the rapt no trouble Is ex patted today The rescript of disbandment begins by saying that the existing army o hirelings In unfit for the native de Tense and orders them to disband and receive a gratuity and not to commit any reprehensible acts Marquis Ito in hits audience with I the emperor in the afternoon assured the emperor of his complete safety Marquis Ito provided the foreign eon lulates with guards last night as a precaution for safety The Japanese military take the cred it for a prompt suppression of an outbreak having prepared to suppress all garrisons in the event of a sympathetic uprising The imprisonment of fugitives from ahlwn regiment continues The remainder of the Korean army distrib uted throughout the country will be disbanded as fast as the imperial re script reaches the different stations No trqnble Is anticipated The rei Kent general regards the urgent ques tion that relating to abdication be settled and believes that an army of several thousand Japanese is sufficient to maintain order Pilesquickly and positively cured with Dr Snoops MagicOintment Its I made for Piles alone and it does the work suroly and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 bySeversTERSE TELEGRAMS NewIYork to Colon Panama IIs open for business Cool weather In the northwest had a strengthening effect oo the Chicago wheat market Hlstz Hobero former premier nod leader of the conservative party in Portugal is dead Richmond Pearson of North Carolina recently appolned American mitt lIter to Greece has sailed for UverI poolDistrict troops annihilated a Greek band killing forty of the men and capturing nine at Kastoria European TurkeyFour hundred car repairers em ployed by the PennsylvanIarailroad at the Buffalo and Ebenezer shops have struck- A shipment of deviled ham CromI the United States has been held up by the authorities at Buenos Ayres because it is alleged the meat con twins borax Six parsons were killed by light ning and enormous damage was done to crops by extensive floods as a con sequence of a terrific storm near Posen Germany j tllrec11torI I executed at the mints of the United States during July 1907 to have ag IL gregated 7437000 l TIll new Cunard line steamer Lusl tanla completed n tot elghtt hour conjj tlnudus run over a MOO mile oo11t10JJ covering the course four times at Rnc average speed of more than 5H knots I an hour Serious agrarian disorders have broken out In tho government of Voronezh Russia whore thopenBants havo burned down eleven s estates The local country gendarmerie have been unable to quell the riots and a bunltive Cossack expedition has beentt iont out from the capital to Voronezh NUGGETS OF SOUND SENSE Beware of the Entering Wedge of So cialism Public Ownership In recording the defeat of a munici pal waterworks scheme In Raleigh N 0 utter an educational campaign of several months duration the Evening Times of that city gives an analysis of municipal ownership which Is well worth the careful study of all who have at heart the welfare of their cities Omitting references to locall conditions the editorial reads ns folh lows Municipal ownership IIs contrary to the fundamental doctrines of the Dem ocratic party which opposes central ized parental government and cries out for the freedom of Individuals The function of the government is to go v ern regulate nod execute the laws made by the people and not to engage in trading mill trafficking for specula tive gain The miserable failure which the state backed by all Its power and public treasury made In the tradingf business while it owned and operated plank roads canals and railroads Is u blatant warning against municipalI ownership rMunicipal ownership Is the first step In socialism which strangles Individual1 enterprise deters the Investment o capital In our city and retards In dustrial progress When onco started there IB no limit to Its scope until there becomes n large Increase In municipal1 debt anti taxes and an Impairment of municipal credit When n city en gages in municipal ownership It runs the risk of constant sulfa for damages while the stAte and county are de prived of taxes upon that much property While ninny towns owning water works publish rates which appear to bo cheap they are in ninny Instances de additlodn to the rates taxes are levied upon tin people to pay Interest on bonds which tinfe consumer pay more than the rate k charged by private plants Many of these municipal plants if examined tjy experts according to the business rules of examining the affairs of private cor porations would be proved to be run ning at a low Instead of a profit a claimed Under municipal ownership th chance of the laboring man for em ployment depends not upon his merits nutf1 pull and If be la not ableto use public water he still ling to pay taxes for the benefit of the rich man who COM Is no more reason for munici IThere ldp of water than there iU j for butcher shops Itakerle eloMuT stores drag stores livery Stables etc and tinder the system of municipal gar ernment In this country It lis a fertil- source 1 of graft political corruption ad lItossism n catchy slogan for n politicalI campaign It slick article with which to deceive the people stud on which tl ride into office anti a machine to ICIj petuate thq control of tha hoaa It lw been aptly called that vivid saffron gold brick under whose glittering tin gel lurks a delusion and a snare Municipal ownership Is dead Lout live good common business settee It Is n curious farj that the board of aldermen which Voted unanimously to renew tho water franchise was elected an n municipal ownership tlekat Foes boat fancies If they have a fair chance Pernicious Partisan Activity Nothing lis more certain tbnu thi public ownership multiplies the nosri bllltles of pernicious pnrtltmn activity Employees of the Ilosto leo dopartirei defeated Heprosentutlvo Loud of Cal fornla becaiwo of some stand he toit In congress relative to their desire This Is an indication of what might ho expected under public ownership both in city and nation Strong men at the head of inuulcl pal employees in street ears parks paving waterworks and Ikhtlng sere tee could swlnjr any election they might desire to control Officials would be paralyzed as to their duties to the pub lie through the necessity of ptarntln or humoring these Immense liodies of municipal employees Then we should hire the loaders of the aggregation niakiuar bnrealni with heavy interest t for the delivery of votes to desired candidates or measure Self Interest more or less corrupt would supersede the disinterested patriotic motives and differences of opinion on which men now divide in local and gearnr elac Hons Torre haute Star Pulcj k Minn At n recent meeting of the city coun cil a resolution was pasted authorizing the water nonrd to make a contract with the Great Northern Power corn pony to furnish electricity for operate ing the pumping station Under the proposed contract the maximum prtco for pumping 1000000 gallons is ODO Last year It cost the pity 90 per 1000000 gallons gttbofit counting the cost of depreciation In tho plant Electrical World FromA Ray of Municipal Indebtedness resulting from taking over public service utili- tIes has become so hurdousoine in Eng land that It Iis seriously suggested to avoid payment of interest by redeem Ing the bandy with uoniuterest bear- Ing nym Ipul nutty While thin plan has not vet beenl approved by English financiers and ti icumeu It may af ford a niy of hope to some of our cities that are staggering under similar burdens Down In Dixie I The project to establish n municipal electric light plant was defeated by tho board of aldermen oft Lynohburg Va on tho recommendation of a special committee appointed to investigate tho matterII In Natchez Miss the citizens voted down a similar proposition WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Major Spencer Cosby the engineer oiUcer in charge of the Washington wa tor supply system devotes a large portion of his annual report to tho consid crttlon of the best means of prevent Ing excessive consumption fold waste of untur A table Is given which shows that with a population according to tiE police census of K20501 the aver age dully por caplet consumption of water In the District of Columbia during the past fiscal year was SOU gallons and that the maximum dally consump thou wits 80200000 gallons Feb 10 1001iDaily Capacity of the System In the annual report for liKid it was stated that taking lute considerations fluctuations which experience will occur 05000000 gallons per day fIsI the greatest annual average quantity of water tint the system can bo safely counted upon to supply TIll average for tho past year was slightly above that figure It is only reasonable to ex pert that weather conditions similar to those existing during January and Pdt runty 1105 will recur and result asI then In an abnormally great use of water- f General Corbins Rural Home General Henry C Corbln Is personal Ily supervising the erection of tho handsome country home which he ii- t la building almost within n stoups throw of Chevy Chose Standing ns It does ujwii one of the highest points shore set level In the northwest section of the District Gen eral Corblus new homo occupies a splendid site for a country home and yet it Is within easy distance of the hurt of the city for within ten mln utos and without violating the speed regulations General Corbln can go from his new home to the 11hlt- e House The exterior of the building will be of concrete and plaster of a light shade ills roof will be shingled and stained a dark green A wide veranda extends nearly all the way round the building A Convention City To make Washington the greatest Statesyby systematic campaigning to secure cityeIn the future will be the aim of the committee on conventions of the local chamber of commerce It has been de cided that the distribution of neat and profusely Illustrated booklets lauding the merit of the capital an the best city In the world for conventions will bo an effective method of campaign for the present A sul cotninlttee line been directed to obtain estimates on the cost of having these booklets printed and distributed at every convention 1held In outer cities tills summer and fall Hospital at the Zoo The authorities of the MO state that the most lraH rtant Improvement to lie made In the National Zoological uirk this year Is the erection of the building for a hospital until Ilaboratory Tho building was olllclally described nsloa place where sick animals anil those which buys met with accidents amid require surgical treatment can be cared for under favorable conditions A plnce is also needed where certain kinds of animals eau he kept for nwjiile after they are received at the pork until It can be ascertained wheth er they have any disease that might Ito communicated to other mill healthy nuimnls If they wore put Immediately into exhibition cages or yards In the euse of some tnilinnln amid especiallyl those front certain countries the regu lations of the agricultural department require itiarantlne before they Cnn be put with others To Study Animal Diseases sill of this mile for n building which Is constructed with reference to san itary requirements and convenience for medic 1 and surgical work A liuilillug U now being planned to meet tthese requirements and It is ex poctetl that the work of construction will Ibe begun before too end of the summer It Is Intended to provide a lingpltnl rpm for uerblvorn one for carnivorous animals and another fur monkeys and another for small aul male Trorlsion will also be mule for birds There will be n surgical and laboratory room where iujurie can be treated and animals that die can bo examined to ascertain the cause of death A place will also be provided where bacteriological examinations can bo made A TragNy Reeatlsd This la my first visit to Washington since 1803 snit J II Hninsbury n Chicago manufacturer at the Shore haut n few days ago At that time I was a sergeant In the Twentyfifth II Hnob 1 skull never forget the night Lincoln wait shot I was nt the corner of Tenth street and Pennsylvania avo line when a man came running up to too with the dents that the presldout hnd been killed at Fords theater I ran to tho theater and found fiujKlrwls of heron there the news having spread like wildfire I arrived in time to see the hotly of Lincoln carried across the street to tho house where he died House Where Lincoln Died- I was one of the soldiers who stood guard ou Tenth street ii nil kept tho crowd buck I nut glad the govern ment pus acquired the house in which President Lincoln died I visitedl there the other day and saw many interest big relics of the war presidcilt About ten years ago I met the former owner of the IIOUBO In Chicago and lie told mo something of the historyof tho place before niul after tho assassina tion 0f Lincoln Andrew Johnson was sworn in ns president In the front par lor onthe same floor that Lincoln died hnd two years before John Booth was a boarder In tho cupying a room CARL on the top floor WlIkesjj atr their UIMRSCompoundsmade from simple roots yenrsItperfectlypreparingA MraPinlchnmIpalnfnlfunctions timeosothatmy every womanwould Lydia E Vegetable Compound goo what reliefit give them Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women s Women f writeMrswholotstwentyyearsPinkhumIrUldesickMardamvs Proceedings San raniscing 2 Mandamus proceedings wcro brought In the su preme court to compel City Auditor to recognise Edward R Taylor as mayor of San Francisco Mayor acI conference today to consider the ad of transferring the citys funds a little over 3000000 from the States mint to the city treasury way to get rid of a whether it be H bad cold or just a little one is to get it out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures specially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains MO opiates and sets gently on the Pleasant to Sold by all Raids by Nomadic Tribes Harbin Aug the last few days nomadic bands of Tungnses have made frequent raids In Russian territory A sudden exodus of Chinese merchants and servants lIs taking place similar In character to the ex before the Moxer uprising The authorities fear this may indi cate a new approaching trouble the Chinese tgf EfE2 Mgr ai jIIJ 3tWr7t from tho same physicaldisturbances and the nature of duties In perhaps irregularity or suppression causing backache nervousness ir re native Mrs sufferingtry Finklmm andwill Horton visability United The cold bowels take druggists 2Durlng aloe that with fidF Reported Destroyed Wichita Kan Aug 2All efforts to reach Marqii reported to have been destroyed by tornado last night telegraph failed The ills souri Pacific railway telegraph oper ator at Marquette was notifying tM agent at Geneseo west of they that the station was almost destroyed llf wind and that three Inches of WftAtt stood in the station when the wlgr piled A bushel of n2flower seed produce gallon of cxt picut and the seeds are also very useful for mating peel try lay In winter There are vat want people who have slight attacks of ladigttUon and dyspepsia the tune Their food may satisfy the appetite but it jaUs to nourish the body simply because the stomach is not in fit condition to do the work is supposed to It cant dl gent the tood you The stomach should be given help You ought to take something that will the wotk your stomach cant Kodol for rgestion and Dyspepsia combination of natural digestnuts and vegetable acids digests the foal itself and gives strength and health to the stomach Pletsant to take Sold by druggists I biGptNt m ea S3OSOOO Og1 g00tDObw6tlIICK09P I IIFirst KY W PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP ViceFreeMen- II II H KBMPBR Cashier o Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits et esser d b 4 E fJTHE Fifth Avenue j + w HOTELLouisville q PIKE CAMPBELL b n1 + f 7 ALL WOMEN SUFFER I intotheulceratlon sleeplessnessWomen t holdst l i n ITown tt a by a oil a nearly all it do eat do do a I all State Bank IRVINGTON J g I ftceeeece oOl4sseeeeellteseesses c 4IIiHIf The most centrally located and OB j BntclMt hotel in the cttyimiktm a 1ge0 rate Only one block from Ute prlnetpt iboppinjrdutrlct and to blocks fa m the principal theatres Street can pass the door to all parts of the cltT- Kverjrthlng neat andicleaa DfIIIoiW1Pt QErk i 10e+eeooolieeeeeooeoeoese r e eeeeeoeso +eeoaesei i The Bank of Hardinsburg i Companyes CAPITAL 5000000 ec B V OXARO PRBSIDKNT M H B ARD Cashier i PAOICOMPTON DIRECTORS Assistant Cashier e BeardYDoes a General Banking Business Acts as Trusts Executor Adminis I trator Quardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrtst Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary oveee see4eeeeHeeo Oeae foeeoaeoaeav- 4h u m s W II RowMfen Iresldent A B PKILIUAN Cashier V L IIOHTTOOT VIePnsideut Cats SKTMJIAII AsatCusbln The Old Reliable I BRICK INRIDG13 BANK IInsuredI t I IIntest equipment on time deposits 1 and small solicited t a Pa 1 s- raprr Aatk c = BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAOE SONS PublUhlrtE Co Subscription Price 100 a year or 185 if paid at the end of year CARDS OFTHANKB over Dye lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 icU per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notlf v as When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1907 Saturday was a big day at Hardins burg People from all sections were there mingling together enjoying one anothers company and taking in the various amusements that made the day as a whole one of the pleasantest in the history of Masonic barbecues On thing only tended to detact from th unalloyed pleasures of the day and that was the threatening weather that pre vailed in the early forenoon which kept many away The management is well pleased with the result and attributes the large attendance to the literal amount advertising done with the newspapers Cloverport was well represented at the barbecue and those attending came home with expressions of a delightful days outing and praises for the man agementCloverport will follow with a like event on August 22 Lets all pull to gether for another big day and make this the banner year for Cloverport Ma sonic celebrations The Masons are bending every effort to provide all kinds of amusements for their patrons adding many new and original features The annual exhibition of the Bracken ridge Fair Association is drawing near and interest increases in the initial event as the time approaches The whole county should give enthusiasm and encouragement to the management and assist in making September 345 daysI that will redound to the glory of old Breckenridge Will Be Constructed Here The new gasolene boat which was purchased by Mr Marion Weatberholt for pleasure purpoes mention of which was made in The News of last week will in the main be constructed here the Cloverpoit Foundry and Machine Co which nwks a specialty of this class of work hissing secured the con tract This firm will execute the diff cult features in the construction of tbe boat besides in nailing all of the ma chinery ERUPTIONSt COVERED HIS BODY Itched Constantly Scratched Until Blood FlowedSuffered 10 Years Doctors and Medicines Were Fruitless Tries Cuticura and Is Completely Cured BY THREE BOXES OF CUTICURA OINTMENT When I was about nine years old mylowerbrass pin and shortly afterwards both of those limbsff became so sore that I could scarcely walk When I had been suffering for about a month the sores began to heal but small scaly eruptions appeared where the sores had been From that time onward I was severe until troubled itching I by 8uchII 1 accustomed to it I would scratch the sores until the blood began to flow This would stop the itching for a few days but scaly places would appear accompanythemI made a renewed effort to effect a cure The eruptions by this time had appeared myTaco 1 native county advised me to use arsenloJin small dosos and a salvo I then to bathe the sores in a mixture which gave almost intolerable pain In addi tion I used other remedies such as iodine sulphur zinc salve s Salvo Ointment and in fact I was con tinually giving some remedy a fair trial never using less than one or two boxes or bottles All this was fruitless Finally rapidlybecoming f t but it did no good A few months nfterihaving used almost everything thought I would try Cuticura Ointment 1 having previously used Cuticura Soapf usingthreoand my hair was restored after fourteen years of suffering and an expenditure of at least 50 to SOO in vainly endeavoring to find a cure I shall bo glad to write to any one who may be Interested in my cure B Hiram Mattingly Ver- million S Dak Aug 18 1006 Sold throughout tbe world Potter Drug lraBbem Corp Note Props Botton Mar arMAliedee Bootie us the aria sad Blood tr RAYHOND RAYMOND KY Miss Velma Bruner spent Friday night with Miss Vanda Frymireand attended the picnic at Mooleyville Satur dayMiss Blanche Hall spent last week with her sister Mrs Hayden Bassett while Mr Uassett was with Kelley LC Styles threshing machine Mr Leon Cashman and son Jesse at tended the farmers insurance meeting at Ekron last Thursday School opened at this place Monday with Miss Macy of Garfield as teacher Each and every pupil should strive harder than ever before to improve his and her time in school Mr and Mrs Carlton Ater attended the Masonic picnic at Hardinsburg Sat urday Mrs Alex Hendry is still very ill at this writing Messrs J T Knott H Ji Claycomb Carlton Ater and Henry Cashman at tended a switchboard meeting at Lodi burg on last Friday evening Mr and Mrs Som Robbins of Am mcns were called to the home of Nr seeilloat the time but we are glad to say she has fully recovered at this writing Mrs E A Cashman will visit her parents at Brazil Ind soon Mr Roscoe Hendry came home Satur day morning on a new motarcycle which was quite a novelty to the people here After spending several days with her mother Mrs Hendry Mrs Georgia Wallace and son Lieland Hardin left last Friday for their home at Troy Tenn SIOO Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has boon able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh betas a constitutional disease requires a constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the bood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J CHENEY k Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Kentucky Fairs 1907 Ohio County FairSept 1114 GlasgowSept 1114 Hardinsburg Sept 35 PembrokeAug 1517 LexingtonAug 1217 ElizabethtownAug 2729 HendersonJuly 2327 MadSsonville July 30Aug 3 Hodgenville Sept 1012 BardstownSept 47 GuthrieSept 1214 UniontownAug 610 SebreeSept 1821 Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 162- 1PRICES FLOATING PALACE SATURDAY Water Queen Will Exhibit at Cloverport Saturday Aug ust 10 Prices big dramatic stock company presenting a repertoire of new dramas and comedies with highclass vaude ville between the acts will exhibit in Cloverport Saturday August 10 You will see the wonderful Bloscope with the latest Moving Pictures the best plays money and brains can pro cure the best legitimate actors in the theatricalworld the best and latest polite vaudeville features and hear the newest and most beautiful illustrated f songs at Prices new Water Queen Saturday August 10 i Knowledge would be more general ItImen could only be convinced that they do not know as much as they think they do Gasoline Plow A gasoline driven plow was put to worft In a field near Beloit Mo recently the first of Its kind In thatI part of the state says the Kansas City Journal Twelve or fifteen years ago most of them were debating whether It was safe for the women folks to use gasoline cook stoves in summer By The County fEndorsed remedy in Otsego County and the best friend to my family It writes Wm M Dietz editor of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsville NY is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an infallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worse of them We always keep a I bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Severs Drug Co Price 50c 1100 Trial bottle free J i J BIG SPRINQ BIG SPRING KY The Ice cream supper was quite a sue cess clearing about 400 Mrs Martha Loeb of Helena Ark is visiting her sister Mrs H Meyer Dr Strother and wife attended quarterly meeting at Custer Saturday Miss Sallie Williams of Ekron Iis visiting Miss Davy Galloway Miss Cobie Norris is visiting relatives in Louisville Misses Alberta Drury of Bewley ville and Marion Harrison of Sioux City Iowa visited Miss Myrtle Moorman Tuesday until Friday Little Miss Mary OConnor of Eliza bethtown is with her aunt Mrs W H Strother for a ten daysstay Mr and Mrs Alex Farnsley o Louisville were the guests of Mrs E A Strotber last week Ben Clarkson went to HardinsburR Saturday Miss Goldie Hardin went to Terra Haute Ind Sunday to visit her people Mrs Millward and son of Louisville are here visiting her daughter Mrs John D Meador Mrp T C Williams of West Point was here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John H Meador from Tuesday until Friday Mr Charles Moorman of St John who has been ill for some time was here to consult Dr Strother Friday iin regard to his condition Mr Joe Barnett of Alabama was here for the day Wednesday to see his brother Herman Mrs John H Meador and sister Mrs Mellville Eskridge visited at Vine Grove from Friday until Sunday Mrs Alfred Eskridge of Louisville visited Mr and Mrs T R Moorman last week A protracted meeting will begin a the Methodist church Sunday Aug 11 Rev Roe will help in the meeting Miss Pearl Collins returned home Sun day from Louisville where she had been visiting her grandfather Collins Mr and Mrs Mellville Snowden off Cincinnati uehere visiting Mrs Snowdens parents Mr and Mrs Jess ClarksonRev cott is conducting a protracted meeting at the Baptist church which will close on Tuesday or Wednesday Mrs John Hicks and little daughter Mildred of Port Arthur Texas who have been here the past month visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W H Doran have returned home She was accom panied by Ike Hicks who goes to Port Arthur as his adopted home Mr Jim Hardaway of Shepherdsville visited his cousins Walter and Wiufield Scott and also Raymond Moorman last weekMr Mack Russell has gone to Scotta ville to visit his father the Rev Rus sellMr Labe Meador who has been here for some time has returned to Louis ville Miss Connie Dowell who was visiting her cousin Miss Edna has returned to her home Miss Vinnie Moorman is visiting her I I uncle Charlie Moorman at St John II 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 dire 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 ShoopsI Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell it Severs Drug Co- Mammoth Fire Works Spectacle I The State Board of Agricultureunder- whose auspices the Kentucky State Fair will be given at Louisville September 1021 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 ing not 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 is ac knowledged to be the greatest of all fire depictsthewith the rain of tire from the great volcano near Naples a little more than a year ago No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm No idle promises of rewards for cases it will not cure Being entirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great positive virtue Of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely cures nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York In the Chapol of Saints In tho Ursa lino convent Quebec there burns a votive lamp which was lighted In 1717 and has never since been extinguished 1 Closing Out 1 fWe are going to close out our immense stock of General Merchandise at actual cost Mens and Boys Clothing Complete line of Shoes 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 Groceries Our Paints are of a superior quality ittRunaboutsPAINTS R M JOLLY SONSH Irvington Kentucky f c I Frank Hook- DENTIST I have located in Cloverport to do dental work and can be found at my office regularly Will receive patients in Dr F L Lightfoots office =r 4 For Farm Garden and Tobacco DISTRIBUTES ANY DRY POWDER PARIS GREEN TO PERFECTIONFOR BY McGlothlan Piggott IRVINGTON KY Agents for Breckenridge County Subscribe For the News U i Kodolut 1 ILLICLOVERPORT PLANING MILLieGREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORSlr CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmdnship and our prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to 32S per er j square w huiJdingI w H n TO BANK OR NOT TO BANK A question that should be an swered in the affirmative every day in the week We all know that money in pocket or on the premises always finds wings that even if it remains unused its earning nothing Also that it rarely encourages a habit of adding more to the pile With tfyeso positive proofs against it isnt the ques tion properly answered 1 Dont hesitate Bring your money to the Bank of Clovorport and do it todayBANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky Subscribe For The News i r 1 111 ti Duroc Jersey flogsBand Fine Sheep for i Sale Southdowns 11l i and Shropshire Rams 11 iGet in your order beforeHM they are soldttM E P HARDAWAY J t M bfIrvingtona3r r r3tt a r9 1 Farm For Salea82 34 acres lying on g i Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport For particulars address W L NOELL Q Cloverport IcyIIMr and Mrs LT Reid and children Miss Jane Smith of Cloverport Miiw Lois Reid of Bucyrons Ohio arJt- Mrs John Morton of Little Rock Ark are at Cedar Point on Lake Erie where v hey havebeen spending several days 4 Y r s Do i l 1tM o i f Ani pi9r c h X rfs t SONAL AND LOCAL on Calhoon dentlsta omce Irs 216 Fourth street both Owensboro Ky Higdon of Lewisport is a guest pringsMary has returned home jwling Green T F Sawyer and daughter Susette and Frances will return rom Hawesville this week Dee Basham who has been at school at Bowling Green is Bt eat Skillman rains in big chunks at Shapinsl Clearance Sale id Owen Hall who has been ii- ne ill time is improving Tillman Pauley who has been est of relatives here for severs left Tuesday morning for Louis to visit her sister Mrs Lewis 5 after which she will leave for n 111 Mr and Mrs Pauley will housekeeping there this fall tie LftHelst of New Albany Is the of relatives Moore of Cennelton was in the ist week Nannle Wathen and Mr Z ftipent Saturday at Hardinsburg ipinsky Bros big bargain sale in Is progress- ss Ola Fallen is visiting relative aweiville s J C Nolte and daughter Eloise quests of relatives in Louisville and lendale Ky rs L J Booth and children of ned will leave for their home in En rise Oregon September 10 r and Mrs L B Perkins left yes ay morning for a weeks visit 1 In hville Tenn Jrs Frank White is the guest of h or her Dr Chas Windelkin at Rich- d Ky- r and Mrs Wallace Skillman haven the guests of Mr R S Skillman iliss Amby Williams has a position in Cumberland Telephone office Irs Frank Mattingly of Louisville visiting Mrs J T Mattingly Mrs Romney Renfrow of Dundee iIs uest at the home of her brother Mr W Weatherholt Mrs Byrne Severs has returned fron ensboro where she was called by the irious illness of her brother 11 Round Trip Cloverport to Lou ville and return on morning trains anday August 25 Good to return ime date Mrs Joe Fitch spent last week In ouisville at the bedside of Mr itches sister Mrs Pierson who is uite sick Remarkably low prices are prevailing t Shapinsky Bros Clearance Sale heir big bargains in merchandise make veryone sit up and take notice J M Fitch and wife were guests at ar Springs Sunday James B Fitch has returned home rom a weeks stay at Tar Springs the juest of his aunt Mrs G French Miss Allie Ogden returned to Jeffer jonville yesterday after a visit to Mrs mo Warfield Mrs R E Moorman and daughter Miss Margaret left Monday evening for Owensboro enroute to Henderson Miss Moorman will spend several days with Miss Lille Waller at Morganfield before returning home Mrs Harry White charmingly entertained Tuesday evening of last week in honor of Miss Marion Leitch who is the guest of Miss Jennie Mabel HarrisMrs Walter Sherman of Toledo Ohio Mrs John Burks and Mr Will Bower of Louisville are here to see tfeeir father W H Bowmer who was hurt in a runaway accident last TueS day Miss Marion Leitch and Miss Jennie Mabel Harris will leave this week for Morganfield to visit friends Mr Ana Irvin B Payne of Harned wnt to Chicago last Monday on a pleasure trip They will take in the lakes and other points of interest Mr and Mrs Fletcher Blanford of Bewleyville left Monday for a visit to Mrs Blanfords relatives In Missouri and Colorado Notice Commencing July 1 storage charge will be assessed against freight ship ments held over 48 hours F D Ferry Agent Tutts Pills Tills popular remedy never falls to effectually cure Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness And ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion 11M natural ult 18 good appetite aad toHd tusk eaasall eregeat JyMitvr coated and Hq to swaltew Take No Subttituter IPRETTYI ILLINOIS VISITOR I Photo bye U Brubandt MRS ELIA SCHOMATE EATON of Eldorada Illinois Who was the guest last week of Mr and Mrs J E Weatherholt of thi i city One of the special features at the Great Masonic Barbecue will be an ad vertising tent This tent will be 20x40 and will be filled with elaborate displays by merchants of Cloverport and oth j j towns Quite a number out of town people have spoken for displays and i itI will prove to be a special feature forI the occasion Jas Younger is repre seating the lodge and Edward Gregory the advertising and decorations- Dr J L Moorman wishes to inform the public that he has recovered his health sufficiently to resume his dental work and has moved his office on ground floor west end of Bridge in Dr Owens office GUSTON GUSTON Kv Geo J Neff Sr is able to be out again after being confined to his bed for about six weeks Miss Ida Simmons is the guest of Mr and Mrs Dan Dowell Mrs Frank Jantzan has gone to Louisville where she will be the guest of her daughter Miss Bessie Hickersonof near Sirocco was the guest of Miss Elsie Baxter a few days last week A O Marshall has returned home from Tar Springs after spending a week with his wife Miss Ella Robertson will give a party Thursdayafternoon to her Sunday school scholars from three to five oclockMrs Sohn Childs went to Louisville Sunday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Morie Galliway Mrs Thurman Dowell went to Irv- ington Saturday to be the guest of Mrs Bud Neafus Miss Melveria Springate returned home Sunday night after spending six weeks with her sister Mrs Leonard near Rock Haven STEPHENSPORT STEPHENSPORT KY Mr and Mrs Lee Dowell of Leitch field were guests of Mrs E A Blaine Maine Sunday They were accompanied- by their little grand daughter Aline ThomasQuite a number from here attended the Masonic picnic at Hardinsburg Sat urdayMrs Kelley Dye and children of Clifton Mills were guests of herfather furry Parr Sunday Miss Ida Jarrett left Friday for Dwensboro to attend the Chautauqua Mrs Ollie Davidson and son arrived here from Cairo 111 Sunday to visit her father John Murray Parr Miss Esther Payne is in Owensboro attending the Chautauqua Floyd Miller and daughter of Hender son passed through town Sunday mroute to Chenault to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Abe Allen J2 B Morgan C Tinius and Misses Annie and Tillie Deickman spent the lay at Tar Springs Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Tinius left last veek for Owensboro to visit relatives Miss Cecil Dix and brother Hewitt eft Sunday for Owensboro to visit relatives and attend the Chautauqua Mrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline iloorman are attending the Chautauqua it Owensboro Mrs Ed Atkinson andsons have re turned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John Wright at Sebree Johnson Stiles came down Sunday rom Amsterdam to visit his family Misses Annie and Tillie Dieckman are at Tar Springs for a two weeks stay Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business Ulan of Bloof Mo that Bucklens Ar- nica Salve is the quickest and surest ealing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a cast of pilesIve used it and know what Im talking aboutII Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 25c Mrs Chas Miller and Miss Louise Helms of Cannelton and Mrs Lula Barnes of Muscatine Iowa were the guests of Mrs Perkins Saturday PATESVILLE PATESVILLE KY T W Harmon lost a valuable horse Sunday m Odis Gabbert wasfll a few days of last Week W J Fawver made a business trip to Dukes Friday Misses Annie and Sallie Baker were in Cloverport Friday shopping- L Newbury of Dukes was in town Wednesday purchasing old iron Old grandmother Davison who has been quite ill for some time is Improv- Ing very slowly Rev Cicero Corley delivered his regular sermons at the Baptist churc Saturday at 2 p m and Sunday 11 sia m This place has the honor of late o owning two base ball teams christened First and Second nine Mr Charlie Baker who was quite iill of flux for several days of last week i Is rapidly improving Miss Ada Frymire is visiting relative at Kirk Garfield and Hardinsbnrg for several weeks Several from here attended the association at Friendship on Wednesda and Thursday of last week Mrs Hogg of Eufaula Alabama iis visiting her brother N Starks Sr and other relatives at this place Miss Sue Newton of Cloverport iIs the guest of her cousin Miss Emm Clark for a few days visit Mrs Fred Jarboe and little daughter Althaspent Friday at Dukes the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Amo Corley Messrs Henry and Thos Shaw of Bolds Spring Tenn are visiting theiir parents Mr and Mrs John Shaw am other relatives Mrs Nan Gabbert of the Bethlehem neighborhood is the guest of Mr and Mrs D G Hatfield for several months Mr John Gabbert of near this place was given a surprise birthday dinner at his home on last Sunday All report an enjoyable time Dr Lightfoo of Cloverport wts called Sunday to attend Mrs Wm Corley who has been quite ill for some timeServices at the Baptist church ever First Saturday 2 p m and Sunday 11 a m and at the M E church earl Third Sunday 11 a m The match game of ball between the First and Second nine of this place caused much enthusiasm among the spectators Saturday afternoon Score were 7 to 10 in favor of First nine The unknown disease among the horses at this place is becoming quite prevalent Misfortune has befallen several of the people by the loss of thei horses Regular as The Sun is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bcwels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guarantees by Severs Drug Co 25c 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 I Masonic Celebration Hardinsburg August 3 100 round trip from on train no 112 Good to return same late special Niagara Falls Excursion Sea son 1907 Dates of sale July 2530 and August 017 Fare from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return good for 12 lays including date of sale will be 1350 These tickets will be sold for ertain trains only on above dates For particulars call at the office Masonic Picnic Cloverport August 22 Reduced rates to Cloverport and reI turn from all points between Howard and Owensboro inclusive 100 round rip from branch points Special train eaves Fordsville 600 a mj returning eaves Cloverport 600 p m same day Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 md 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 18 15 1925 round trip from Cloverport Call at the office this city for information Home Seekers Rates To the West and South Weat first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Mr Claude Baldwin who has been employed in The News office for sever il months left Sunday for Owensboro to accept a position with a printing establishment of that city Mr Baldwin is a capable young man and merits success During his stay in Cloverport he made many friends who though regretting his departure trust that he may fall heir to a liberal share of prosperity l i4 I BAcK JACK NOTES BLACK JACK KY Mr Hardesty of Paynesville vis ited his son Dr Hardesty Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs E L Dowell of Dick entertained to dinner Sunday Misses Lillie and Dona Miller of Flint Valley Miss Lettie Barnes of Stiths Valley Messr Jim Tabor of Louisville and Robert Barnes of Stiths Valley- R A Hamilton and wife of Bee Knob attended the funeral of Mrs Viola Shacklett at Buck Grove Satu dayLittle Nellie Foushee of near Ekron is spending this week with her grandmother Mrs France Ritchie Miss Lou Shacklett spent one day last week with her sister Mrs Laura Clary of GarrettMr Mrs W D Bratcher entertained a number of friends Sunday Those present were Will Sipse and family Ed Sipse and family Jeff She mate Mrs Helia Bratcher Mrs Ros Sipse Misses Nannie B and Lula Sipse This being Mr Bratchers birth day a jolly time and a good dinner was enjoyedMiss Ora Hardesty who has typhoi fever is thought to be some better at this writing Rev C W Bowles of Upton Har county filled his regular appointmen at Hill Grove Sunday and took dinne with T F Miller and family- A little son has come to make his stay at the home of Mr and Mrs Leonard Stith He arrived July 27 Mr and Mrs France Ritchie went to Hardinsburg Friday to visit thei daughter Mrs Lawrence Lewis and to attend the Masonic barbecue Mrs R J Bradley and little grand daughter Dell Bradley spent Thurs day with Mrs West Bryant at Ekron and attended the picnic given at tha place by the A S of E Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown and Jin Miller went to Hardinsburg to visit ref sties Saturday and Sunday and to attend the Masonic picnic also Little Percy Casey of Bewleyville is spending this week with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Jim Foushee Miss Ida Epperson of Hill Grove spent Tuesday with Lena Dowell THE TEXAS WONDER lures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu uatic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mall for b1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky itimonUli + + It 1 WantSL SALEEastman Kodak Cameras 18 to FOR News Office Cloverport Ky FIt SALE echolarshlp In Bowling Green University Rood for any department In that Institution Hreckenrldgi News FUR SALE One yoke cattle 3 yearsold weU For further Information call on a write TUos W Smith Stephensport Ky WANTEDM stock holts weighing from Heard Or s Hard nsburg 2OH SALE 106 acres of land laying on the- branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres leared six In woodland Good barn Id acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Uorerport Ky FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline nglnes MARTIN GABLE SIB 3rd Street DUlsrllle KY LAND FOR SALK SALE 150 acres otland situated JieaiFOR Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improvements one small log dwelling three rooms Kood tobacco and stock born corn crib 40 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Inn lot of good hickory and ash to soil Price fSOO For further Information write JnoD abbage Cloverport Ky FOR SALE Book of Destinyfortune book at News office Beautifully Bred DUROCJERSEY PIGS Both sox not akin by a fashlonublybr d son of the Grand Champion Hour of tho world and also by a fashionablybred grandson of the Grand Champion Sow of the world Prices 10 to fir ouch Beautifullybred reglsttred Shropshire ram lambs for saleM S KICK l53 Fifth St Louisville Ky J Old I 1 FurnitureII i j JIJIp tIIcWLMU tae RON STAll MO lUlUX Severs Drug Co r- I FI s- III MIE7 ME AI J 017E6 II Better than ever will be the l dANNUALd I 44- L AUGUST 22 I m L Everybody will be there so get rm ready We have the goods to help make you comfortableI 4- rk I Lawns Dimities Linons FansI Umbrellas Parasols Straw Hats IBelts Lace Hosiery Pants Serge Coats Underwear and lots ofIother interesting nove- ltiesJCNo1teBro I A I I Icerport Ky Used Igm stands Flour GoldI home Isatisfaction every purchaser desires good reliable aI iiCadick Milling CoGrandviewIndiana aIm II Breckenridge County Fair Hardinsburg Sept 3 4 and 5 07 SpecPremiumemlums business Total investment 10000 beautiful better equipped county fair grounds State county will have large attendance Robertson Pres Beard Sec 125 ranchrPoints To Louisville and Return f Via The Henderson Rou- teAugustSaturday 24 grand opportunity to visit beautiful Fon taine Ferry and the great White City Train Leaves Fordsville Falls Rough 15- Glendeane 736 Hardinsburg Harned Garfield Irvington Arrive Louisville Returning leaves Louisville6 FULL INFORHATION ASK THE AGENT t rtirM rrde pqJ Eczema For the good those suffering with eczema other such trouble wish to wife had something that kind and after using the doctors remedies some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it proved better than anything she had tried For sale by Severs Drug Wherever i When you buy your next barrel or Back of flour try Cadicks Dust Its for excellence line and it will find with you It is sure give to who brand flour A trial is ask n AT cal men No more or in the No fair as an C V M H r n I A 6 30 a m of 7 8 14 8 24 55 03 10 55 p m 00 p m s FOR ges aa er + t of or I say my of for to be Co ll a to all we r 8 9 Relic of Ante Beilum Days Jim Singleton colored n relic of befo de wab days died Saturday at an advanced age Though Jim lived to enjoy many years of emancipation he never forgot his manners peculiar to the oldtime darky and had the respect cf the white people who knew him rU1T TimNT1 I I t J Sixth Masons i PleasuresGalore i Carnival features and all kinds of AmusementsA Big= gest The Same Big Merry Goround Plenty of j Fun for All Bring Your Family and Friends BarbecueSIXTH ANNUAL MASONS BARBECUE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 229I901L ofAll Ladiesf Popularity Contest The following prizes will be given by the following parties Breckinridge Bank 500 Bank of Cloverport 500 Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co 5000 Seaton Weatherholt 500 Miller Brick Tile CoI 500 C G Brabandt 1 dozen cabinet photos First Prize 20 in Gold Second Prize 5 in Gold Third Prize 1 doz cab photos 10cent ticket entitles to 100votes For particulars and tickets callon or write to Severs Drug Co of Y J1 r I t 25 Point 125 Howard 125 Bartles w 125 Haven 125 Long 125 Branden Ekron 1OU Guston 90 n Webster 4 70 60 Mystic Prizes Baby Show Best looking Under one year ofage First M Hamman 750 Fulton GoCart Second Prize Drug Co 500 necklace Fine cake given away by the Bakery to the largest family present Fat race 200 pounds or 75 yards 500 Hat by Shapinsky Bros Box of Cigars by F T Heyser to closest guess on number of beans in jar Free for all footrace 100 yds 5 pr J C Bro Winchester Repeating Rifle given away- Compliments Conrad Payne Co To the lady who sells the most dinner tickets 1st F Fraize Fine Silk Umbrella second OConnell Co Fine Lamp r r A 1 Excursion Rates LoHo St Ry I Round Trips on All TrainsII Louisville 2 West Rock branch burgl15 Irvington 80 Lodiburg 45- I At Baby Prize Son Severs gold Home Mans over pint Shoes Nolte prize prize L X100All Pointson Branch lOO Sample 40 Stephensport 30 Addison t 25 Holt 4 + 25 Skillman 25 Hawesville135Petrie Adair 55 r Lewisport 65 Waitman 75+ Pates flaceo 90II Owensboro t I Tickets romLoulsville sold from city ticket office only Tickets sold on the 21st good for the 22nd only tC4 J 4 AI A1 I ft I Sixth Annnal Masons Barbecue Joyful Holiday Plenty of Shade No Dust- Abundance of Pure Ice Water he- Best One YetH Cannelton Commercial Brass Band of Twenty Pieces I The Event of the Year I H coNFETTI r U = 1 r 4 J ttL + fD rVrt M f 1 yam ijtyisy e + + r7 a rr +r C n 7 Rems J Positive aTARRHCURE Iyis ream Balm It qufcklr absorbed Clrei Rilrt at One t cleanses soothes ails and protects ja diseased mem rine It cures Go mh and drives y a Cold in the FEVERiresate and Smell Full size 50 eta at Drug its or by mail Trial Size 10 cts by mail 3y Brothers CO Warren Street New York amestown ExpositionVia AshevilleAnd Land of the Sky Withstopover privileges o One Way Return Another A delightful trip through the pictur que mountain country of North Caro na at low rates Forillustrated litera te rates and full information write iy agentSOUTIIERN RAILWAY C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agt Louisvilles Ky rPut Your Money it will grow under your own control and grow raster than in any other safe way Write for our free bcoklct N which tells all about how to Bank by Stall dfromWe pay 5 percent interest annually our capital sepcures you 61i Meal and Feed t Mortons Mill I We have just put into improved Corn and eed Mill V Are prepared to grind nd furnish meal and feed n short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner The i DodgingPeriod I of A woman life is the name often given toII change of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop Tho change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering which can however be cured by taking FCARDUII I Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability miserableness fainting dixzindss dot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul wlU bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life Try rIt You can get It at all druggists In 5100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes VlrKlnla Robsonof Edt 0U Md to I took Cardulwhkh cured mtoqule It lurprlsed my dotor who dldnt know 3takinZIt Engineer Killed rkansas City Kan Aug 2Arthbound Santa Fo passenger train t the track seven miles from Red ok Okla killing the engineer and undlng numerous passengers A ich cbattr and baggago car M 11 aa the engine went in the ditch a engineer was killed DeWitts Little Early Risers are good an Mae who needs a pill They are aUffeaie sure little pills that do not Pf or sicken Sold by all druggists r t J f sj BAGGAGE INSPECTION Ocean Travelers to Be Spared Long Inflicted Annoyance NO HERDING OF PASSENGERS After Careful Investigation Secretary Cortelyou Issues New Rules For Customs Officials Abolition of Oath and Cabin Declarations In Last Hour of Voyage One of the first problems that con fronted Mr George B Cortelyou when be became secretary of the treasury was that Involved In the cumbersome and complicated examination by customs officers of ocean travelers upon their arrival In the United States says a Washington dispatch to the New York Post When he first took up the question he found hundreds of Indignant protests from all over the country many women being among the number who complained of the delay and Inconvenience of baggage examination by the customs officials especially In New York and Boston It was wholly characteristic of the sort of man Mr Cortelyou Is that he should study this question carefully before undertaking to find a remedy Not until hE had personally witnessed the contusion on board ship and on the dock at several of the larger ports was he prepared to reorganize the system The secretary made public the new method which he has ordered placed In operation and which should be In full owing In time to greet the home coming European travelers to ward the end of the summer It Is a matter to which I have given considerable attention said Secretary Cortelyou before Issuing the new In- structIons and at my request Assist ant Secretary Reynolds has worked out the details of the new system which is radically different from that In operation I have directed that the new system shall take effect as soon as necessary arrangements can bo made It should be In operation about the middle of August In looking over a largo number of complaints Secretary Cortelyou found two features In connection with the examination of passengers baggage which were especially annoying to the traveling public The first was the practice of herding all the passengers into the cabin of the steamship dur the last hour of the voyage in or ling that n customs official might re ceive their declarations Experience has demonstrated that in many in stances these declarations were unsat isfactory to the government officials and to any one who has witnessed or participated In the rush that marks the end of the voyage this fact Is not surprising In addition this hording process was of considerable annoyance to the passengers The second objectionable feature which most of the complainants em phasized was the oath required when the declaration was made The pas senger under the present system Is obliged to make oath as to all articles contained in his baggage and as soon as the latter is landed on the dock a customs Inspector promptly searches his baggage to see whether or not the passenger has perjured himself Early In his Investigation of the problem Sec retary Cortelyou determined that those two features should be eliminated in the interest of decency and that their abolishment would cause no reduction tho revenues or danger to govern IIIn Interest Under the new system declarations passengersIand may be made out by them at their leisure The form of the declaration strulghtforwaldI its foreword will instruct tie passen ger to specify the different articles ob tained by him while abroad accom panied by a statement of their cost or value Some time during the last day of the voyage an officer of the ship will collect these declarations and will be held responsible both by the steam ship company and by the government for a statement from each passenger boardWhen tho customs officer boards the ship these declarations will be turned over to him by the steamship officer and In turn delivered to the chief rep resentative of the surveyor on the docK When the declaration Is handed to the steamship officer a coupon will be handed to the passenger bearing the same Initial number as the declara tion This coupon will be the passen gers receipt for his baggage After the baggage Is landed and as soon as It Is properly placed on the dock ready for customs Inspection the passenger will present his coupon to the proper representative of the surveyor and se cure the service of an inspector who will examine his baggage and verify tho declaration previously made on board ship The new system of exam ination contains no oath of any kind and Secretary Cortelyou has been as sured of the hearty cooperation of all the steamship companies in carrying tut the new system The Glldden Automobile Tour Honk The cars are coming Hurry up tho sparkI Keep the engines humming My but Its a lark Heres a road thats sandy Pull tho throttle wide Heres a pike thats candy See em as they glide I Up hill down dale Watch em take their flight If I but could You let I would Be a Qllddenlte Cleveland Plain Dealer i A NEW DEPARTURE New York Has a Police Court Ope All Night New York Aug 2There will be no more languishing in cells on a desk lieutenants say or premium paid to professional bondsmen OD trumpedup arrest cases in this city Prom now on the policeman who makes an arrest at any hour of the day or night will have to bring his prisoner immediately before a magic trate New Yorks first allnight polic court was opened last evening whe Judge Whitman formally announce that the night shift of justice was ready for business Seventytwo ui fortunates who had fallen into tho toils since nightfall peered from the detention pen When adjournment for rich was taken at midnight 168 casesad been disposed of and thirty five prlson5s were awaiting arraignment Dont be afraid to give Chamberlain Cough Remedy to your children lIt contains no opium or other haruifu drug It always cures For sale by Severs Drug Co TO THE NORTH AGAIN Robert E Peary About to Start on Another Polar Trip Portland Me Aug 2 Commande Robert E Peary who Is staying wiUi his family at Eagle Island state that he will start for New York and then for the north just as soon as the boilers are installed In the Roosevelt He could not state definitely when that will be but hopes to start within a week Ho expects to be in winter quarters by Sept 5 There will be no change either in his general tours or in the size of his party which this time will not be divided at all but will be kept in a compact body Commander Peary said that ho had acquired no newfangled idea and tha ho knows just what he needs and wil take that and nothing more None of his family Is going with him When a dogs now is cold and moist that dog not sick A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverishness and 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drawing up a plan for concerted action with France to obtain reparation for the murders In Casablanca As a first stop n Spanish war ship has been ordered to proceed Immediately to MoroccoKeep Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the system of nerves To keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force j if you have not the organs work imperfectly the circulation is sluggish digestion bad appe tite poor kidneys inactive and aches pains and misery are the penalty You can keep the system strong withDr Miles Nervine It assists in generating nerve energy j it strengthens the nerves and makes the whole system strong and vigorous- I tako pleasure in recommending Dr Miles Nervine to those suffering from nervous prostration Insomnia and melancholy After several months suffering from above diseases I tried this medicine and found Imme diate relief It soothes and strength ens the nerves chases away tho gloomy and depressing thoughts and gives the sufferer renewed strength and hope It Is a superb nerve re storer JUDGE JACOB SEEMANN- Madison Wisconsin Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by- your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottlo will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Mites Medical Co Elkhart Ind I FACTS IN FEW LINES Elevators with a platform eighteen feet square are in use in some New York garages A London medical journal says nu tomobillng enriches the blood and in sures sound sleep Black opals of great beauty are found in Queensland Australia be sides fiftysix other kinds of precious stonesAt Chappey sale in Paris recently a sofa and ten chairs of the Louis XV period covered with Beauvais tapestry sold for 90000 A workman digging a grave In the cemetery at Ballarat N S W struck a vein of gold and there is a rush for the property by prospectors The postofflce at the naval station at Guantanamo Cuba has been officially named Bagley after Ensign Bagley who was killed In the SpanishAmeri can war Some big oyster beds have been found on the coast of Zululand and a syndicate has already been formed in South Africa to take them over and ship the oysters to London Measuring ten feet six inches an oc topus while being killed at Tooradln Victoria Intwined n tentacle so firmly around the foot of one of its captors that the membrane had to be cut tr free the man Two women were busy cleaning a chicken at Wlnstcd Conn recently according to nn exchange when n bolt of lightning struck the house passed through and completely singed tot fowl The women were not injured- A knowing old horse owned by Ever ett Frost of Newburyport was driven to a drinking fountain recently and with his teeth lifted the valve that op orates the faucet filled the basin took n drink and turned the faucet oft again Ellery Weir Jr of Buckingham Conn found on Birch mountain re cently a box turtle with initials K W 1870 carved on tho under shell HP later learned that his father hail cnrv cd these Initials OH the turtle thirty seven years ago One of the most valuable relics of the great hunter Daniel Boone IN his possessiondent of Clayavllle Ind The horn hits been handed down In the family and Its history Is well established The holiday of a man of today ends at his marriage that of the woman be 111111111Ingl for women who must dress better en tertatn more and so on and the hus bands must work harder than ever hus bands did before to make this possible An Immense natural cave of giviit beauty has been discovered underlying three of the principal streets of Constantine Algeria The interior Is ofI dazxllng white stone worn by the forces of nature into all kinds of fan tactic anti beautiful forms There are three ponds the water being lukewarm and crowded with fide A Yonkers man who was arrested for playing baseball on Sunday swore out warrants for a lot of people who played golf and raced the streets with automobiles on the day of rest lie ex plumed that he was not moved by splto or vludlctivoness but simply wanted the law to recognize the oqunl rights and privileges of American ritl zone Modern portrait painters are going back to the old historical backgrounds for their martini figures General Fred Grant new jwrtralt reveals his tlcure against a rich red curtain thrown back to reveal a vIiI w of old Castle William while his right nand rests gracefully I gll1I The wireless safety appliance of u Gorman marine engineer is yet to work during fogs and heavy weather and acts automatically when two vessels approach within a certain distance The action closes the steam pipe to the screw of each vessel This checks the machinery gives time for reversing tho engines and prevents collision The trainers bespectacled savants are occasionally startled by a demeanor which recalls a Gallic chieftain They call him the emperor of the French rind thfc are right for of all Germans tile Emperor William Is ccrtahily the one who most resembles a Frenchman gay lively good natured lIe loves to talk of things military and to crack Jokes Mrs John Young residing near Over field In Barbour county W Va has learned to rend and write at Uie age of eighty Site undertook the task be cause she desired to write a letter to a daughter Miss Anna Young in Wash Ington Mrs Youngs granddaughter was her tutor When she began study ng Mrs Young did not know a letter ot the alphabet Now she writes a legible hand For a memorial tq hoary Ward 3eechor to be placed upon some suitable spot at the Beecher homestead In Itchflold Conn the Litchfleld County UniversIty club has declared in favor or a basrelief in bronze of medallion tends of Rev Mr Beechor and his sister Mrs Harriet Beecher Stotye the medallion to bo garlanded with oak leaveS A London sculptor Is now nt vork on tho model King Frederick of Denmark presents he curious spectacle of a father who has become a king at a later date than his own son When King Hnakon of Norway was lately at Copenhagen ring Frederick is said to have asked him How do you like being king I will rather ask you replied Hanson Ive been king longer than you rave Hnakon was elected king of Norway by the storthing on Nov 18 005 while Frederick his father did DOt succeed to the throne of Denmark until Jan 20 1000 on tho death of Ung Christian I I 000000000000000000000000sa r nvtQtWaSAC- SsnoAtauo anoA dn saUO put poofq MaU spjinq jj 2 uotslnul2r rzio3S t1M ilasIno4t uoq8uaas i UMOpunt0oral 8uol u ssun Jtw3o aa3a au OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO Turned on the Gas New York Aug 2Unable to endure the separation from her husband held in a German prison as a deserter from the Germany army Mrs Rebec- ca Fischel a young woman tried to kill herself and her two children by turning on the gas in her home in Wllllamsburg When a janitor broke in the Fischel apartment he found the fiveyearold daughter Lilly dead and the mother and twelveyearold son dying For a Sprained Ankle A sprained ankle may be cured in about onethird the time usually re quired by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and giving it absolute rest For sale by Severs Drug Co There never yet was nn angel who wouldnt take off her wings and cook for the man she lovedNew Orleans PicayuneThe nut tree is a native of Brit ish Guiana The kernel of its peculiar nut bears a marvelous resemblance ton tolled snake Outgrowth of Idle Stories Rome Aug 2It is declared In Catholic circles that the revelations regarding Immoral practices on the part of the Saleslan fathers at Varazze are greatly exaggerated They are an outgrowth it is said of stories that e were circulated a year ago when a young priest named Dertane left the s convent the anticlerical papers have based their entire case upon an Iso lated incident and pupils of the schools have been incited to make false confessions Occasional headache belching bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite and slight nervousness are symptoms of in digestion which when allowed to go uncared for will develop into a case of dyspepsia that will take a long time to get rid of Dont neglect your stomach At the first indication of trouble take something that will help it along in its work of digesting the food you eat Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make your food do you good and will enable you to enjoy what you eat Sold by all druggists I tI fiS CIovorport Fouodry i I Machine Co I II For all kinds of Foundry II Machine Boiler Electrical II Tin Galvanized and Sheet II Iron Work ve NS v N I = I Gasolene Boat Work a III Specialty II n I PortaIII Gas and Gasolene Engines I I IA Full and Complete Stock of Plum bers Supplies Engine and Mill Sup plies Beltings Pulleys Hangers Grate Bars Hose Pumps Injectors ITin Roofing Guttering EtcII Satisfaction Guaranteed IEstimates cheerfully furnished on ap fiplication See or write us before IbuyingelsewhereI I Cioverport Foundry and III s Machine Co1 II 1 II Cloverport KentuckyI 1 TELEGRAPH OPERATORS WANTED I By every large railroad system in the United States l Splendid future assured for ambitious young mon willing to k ifi prepare themselves for this work XS v Wo have exceptional advantages to offer students OurI ir school is equipped complete in every detail Continual prac f fsI s gj tico given under personal instructions of an experienced op orator and teacher Positions secured Special rates to those W ty enrolling on or before September 2 W- II iull information for the asking M- fi ft r I Irt Kentucky School of Telegraphy I Owensboro Ky 1 h R 1 l- t i 49 fc c d i A GIRLS LETTER Ito Rose Hurst qj Harris Street Appleton Wis Writes Something- of Interest to All Women Read I fiat SIte Says n tftWANT to say a word for Pcruna for systemic catarrh and trust others who road this may try It and re colvo tho samo good from It that I did I had been ailing for a long time and nothing Boomed to do mo any good although I tried many doctors and many medicines I had become so bad that there was no pleasure In living- I waa finally askod by a friend to try Perunll which I did with many misgivings What was my delight alter taking tho first bottle to see groat change for tho better and I kept on Improving until completely re covered I now feel like a new woman It has done wonders for mo and I gladly recommend It to othorsRose Hurst No ailing woman can fall to be inter Bated in the above testimonial Miss Hurst was persuaded by a friend to try Pornna and oho Is now perfoctly well and fools like another woman Such ia her story In brief MATTINGLY MATTINGLY Ky BfBorn August to the wife of Luther Pate a boy B H Wilson is ill Ora Wilson who has been sick for some time is convalescing- Mrs Silitha Keenan who has been sick for the past week is up again Mrs M 1H s Hawdc has been ill for he past two weeks Walter Newman of Evansville came up last Sunnay to visit relatives Miss Lettio Baker of Hardinsburg commenced her school at Pisgah last Mondayt Mrs Wm Lynch of Clover port attended the picnic at Hard ins burg last Saturday and were the guests of Mr aud Mis B P Frank at this place Saturday night Get ready for the big Masonic picnic at Cloverport Dont forget the date August 2V Mrs Nancy Pate suffered a severe heart attack last Monday She has been ill for some time but on that day arose from her bed and was sitting at the breakfast table When the attack Game upon her She fell unconscious i to the floor and it was an hour before she was revived Sha is now very fee blaMr and Mrs Pascoe Lasley of Mc Qwdy visited Mr Lasleys brother Sam Laslev and family last Saturday Stun Lanley shipped a nice drove of hogs to Louisville last week The Limit ofLife The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the at tainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be be tween 50 and 6 tha proper care of the body during the docade connot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bittersthe scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co f 0c Buffalo Old Home Week To The Editor Will you kindly ask such of your readers as arc former residents of Buf falo N Y to send their addresses to the Old Homo Week Committee in order to receive souvenir invitations to Old Home Week in Buffalo which will beI from September 1st to the 7th inclu sive By doing so you will greatly r oblige the committee Yours sincerely James W Greene Chairman Publicity Committee IiWf A Ono Lepgod Peer Lucas who recently established hm to a seat In the house of tug only one leg says TitBits thar was shattered during the mat and had to be amputated e t v 2 CHENAULT Death Of Mrs DocK Norton Personal Notes CHENAULT KY L H Bosley went to Hardinsburg Saturday on business Chester Frymire of Louisville who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs I W Frymire for some time re turned to Louisville Sunday Little Ollie Lewis of Rockport Ind is visiting relatives here Mrs Wm Gardner Mrs Newsom Gardner and Miss Ada Cunningham of Irvington are the guests of Mr and Mrs Bart Cunningham Master Lambert Mattingly of Tell City Ind is visiting his aunt Mrs W W FordMr Mrs Fon Rhodes of Bran denburg spent a few days of last week with Mrs Bert Cunningham- Mrs Mary Kaufman of Louisville is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Vernica Manning and brother Lucien left Sunday for Owensboro Miss Manning will be gone for some time as she will teach a fall term of school in Daviess county Abreham Bennett who has been in bad health for some time we are sorry to say is not much improved Quite a number from here attended the picnic at Mooleyville Saturday The angels visited the home of Mr Dock Norton last Saturday and took from him his beloved wife Mrs Nor ton had been ill for some time but only bedfast for a few days Her death was a surprise to all who knew her Mrs Norton leaves a husband and six chil dren to mourn her loss Her remains were laid to rest in St Thresia ceme tery by Father Raux Sunday July 28 THE DAY OF THE TROLLEY I Hundred Mile Runs Possible Thou sand Mile Trips Will Soon Be Made So rapid is the extension of existing trolley lines and the construction of now lines that statistics of mileage are out of date before they can be compiled and published says the New York Sun The day of the trolley long distance as well as short distance is upon us An article in the Metropolitan Maga zine for July states that there are al ready 5000 rUlles of trolley line In Ohio An article Mn Appletons Maga zinc for July says that in Indiana 10000 miles of track are now In oper ation 850 miles are building and will be placed In operation early this year another 2000 miles are projected ev ery steam railroad out of Indianapolis has been paralleled more than 30 000000 hns been actually Invested in- these properties passengers are ear ried at their convenience In clean and comfortable cars nnd for onehalf the former tares A similar story might be toll of many other sections Th trolley line Is no longer merely I an Improvement on the horse car for use In cities and their Immediate en vironment A number of hundred mill runs are possible today and thousand mile trips will soon be made Experi J ence thus tar seems to have proved beyond any question that trolley I hies can carry passengers and parcels at 1 much lower rates than is possible fn steam railways It Is true that t 1eyf do not yet run at the slaved of xpies trains but this Is offset by the fact of more frequent communication In many cases probably In a niajolryI the cot of the trip is of greater coi Hlderatlon to the traveler than laI the time required for It ass lining a fair equality of physical comfort If a Bteam railroad trip of H hundred JUne Is made In two hours at n cost of SL 1 and the same trip can be made by troltley in throe and a halt hours for 150 there will IIv plenty of passengers forI the trolley Time development of this system of transportation makes It even probable that before many years our railways will be used mainly for long distance travel and heavy or bulky freight while the trolley will be generally used for all other business It Is not possible to say just what may happen around New York city where conditions are somewhat peculiar So far as the country at large Is concerned there can be little doubt that trolley lines are destined to effect a revolu tion In passenger transportation and also to exert an Important influence In the field of parcel freight Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and 1 CarbunclesCosts Nothing to Try B B B Botonic Blood Balm Is a t certain and sure cure for eczema itch ing skin humorsscaleswatery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boilsII carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purify lug and vitalizing the blood thereby giving healthy blood supply to the skin Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes t the blood red and nourishingEspecially advised for chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fan to cure Druggists 1 with complete directions for home cure To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writlng Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in a sealed letter rif =y GAS FROM CORNCOBS ChMp and Effective Illuminant For Nebraska Town A commercial grade of Illuminating gas made from cornstalks corncobs hay and other vegetable matter is be ing used In Beatrice Ind for fuel and lights and has superseded coal gas says a Beatrice Neb dispatch to the Now York Sun The cost of the now gas IK 110 per 1000 the lowest price at which gas Is sold In any city In Nebraska In quality It Is as good as coal or oil gas John D Rockefeller Is said to be back of the company which Is furnishing the gas and the franchise for the plant Is In tho name of the Rev Charles Eaton of Cleveland Rockefel lers pastor The company has completed a 100000 plant at Beatrice It IB the first plant In tho world In which gas Is produced In this manner The vegetable matter is placed In large retorts and roasted until the wa ter Is forced out This water Is then turned Into steam and the gases elim- Inated are very combustible and n pot feet substitute for ordinary coal gas A year ago Mr Eaton applied for the franchise for establishing a gas plant and It was voted to him The plant which has recently been finished Is the result Absolutely nothing Js used In manufacturing the gas except farm refuseBecause of the cheapness of the raw material the gas can be manufactured very cheaply and sold at a much lower rate than can coal gas LIGHTING NIAGARA FALLS Mist and Water Will Flash All Colors of the Rainbow at Night The contract baa been closed for the night Illumination of Niagara falls and the proposed plan for lighting the mighty torrent will be the greatest feat ever conceived In electrical illumi nation says the New York World The falls will be illuminated for the first time Aug 15 and the General Electric company has charge of the work The illuminating scheme calls for nearly fifty large searchlights sev eral of them the largest of their kind and capable of throwing a beam of light a hundred miles and the new color sclntlllator a late invention The projectors will be located below the falls In two batteries oW at the waters edge and the other on the high ground of the Canadian side Every inch of the two falls will be under light The new color sclntlllator Is an at tachment fitted to the searchlights by which tho beams of light can be made any color at will Thus the mist and water bathed In all the colors of the rainbow will surpass anything In spec tacular effect save the great northern lightsThe proposition is to Illuminate Nlag era on a scale In keeping with the sur roundings It is said by the Illuminat ing experts that the rays of colored lights when flashed In the air will bo visible at Rochester and Toronto A Word To A S Of E- KIRK Ky About three years ago we started out with a little band of farmersabout 20 per cent of the tobacco raisers of the county We fought the other 80 per cent of big farmers and the American Tobacco Co and still we pooled 92000 pounds at Kirk of the 1904 crop But during this time there were circulars sent out to farmers in Axtel neighbor hood telling the people that Owensboro wasadvancing 7 per hundred So every since there has been a Benedict Arnold working on the farmers Of the 1905I crop we pooled 135000 pounds at KirkII still fighting GO per cent of the farmers I and the American Tobacco Co Some people said it put them in mind of a boy holding a big bulls tail trying toI lead him around as to try to down the I American Tobacco Co But we still have the bull by the tail and are fixing take him by the horns So we pooled ot the 1906 crop at Kirk 300000 pounds still fighting 25 percent of the farmers aud the American Tobacco Co and still the Benedict Arnolds are work 1 ing among the farmers The good book says Thou ehalt earn thy living by the sweat of thy brow and when the farmers comply with this sweat of the brow and the trusts cut the prices so that the living is sbortt That means meat and bread and it comes to every mans door that labors vow what we want is a Stonewall Jackson in the place of so many Benedict Arnolds Farmers stand by your colors for we are opposed to trusts that want to stagnate the business of our county monopolize all business andI give it to one man Some men kick because the Louisville Warehouse Co dont sell their tobacco when they and tbeir committee told the Warehouse Co not to sell until they could sell it all and then cuss them for not selling that they were playing into the Ameri can Tobacco Oos hands and keeping out little independent buyers But our committee since met and made arrange ments to sell to any one in any amount Now our tobacco will go to selling 1 We understand there are men that think 50 cents a day is enough for a laboring man we think not We want good prices for our products so 1 we can pay for our labor as much as the j railroad or the machine shop then we t can keep labor on the faun I have re ceived tobacco of men when it was t cheap That was before the A S of E I raised the prices They would tell me t 1oi1 itiekw wkP nJI 1 1111 Ei1idI t I GROWSGradua- llyIiI but surely it is dawning upon the people of Oklahoma that the strongest founda tion a city can have for its future prosperity is a combination of excellent farm land surround IIin it and convenient railroad facilities such as Enid possesses The question so often heard heretofore What makes Enid grow I Is giving place to the saner one why shouldnt Enid become a great city I uncibrokenI aDddsol pc And this vast area of wealth for ninety miles to the north sixty miles to the east sixty to the south and hundreds of miles to the west claims only one center of trade and com IIsea for the future the city of Enid Compare this with the young giant metropolis of the new state Oklahoma CityVlth all marvelous growth which is so ardently admired by many Oklahoma City is located in the iI heart of a farming country far less fertile than Garfield county and those surrounding her and II when her wholesale men go thirty miles north they reach Guthrio thirty miles east Shawneosixty miles south Ardmore thirty miles west El Reno To do a large business at a profit in such a territory in lines which are competitive in the various points mentioned is almost an impossibility I Enid has a large exclusive territory There are no wholesale houses on the north nearer than Wichita on the the east than Guthrie on the south than El Reno on the west than Colorado Springs or Amarillo the closest one in any direction being sixty miles away From Enid railroads now radiate practically in fifteen directions While it is true that there I are only ten distinct linesthree more than any other city has in the southwestit is a boththese lines connect with others which form Mid territory The D E G connects with Ii Choctaw Northern and the Orient and traveling men for Enid wholesale houses are today covering that part of Oklahoma The freight rates from hero to Kiowa Kansas and south over the Choctaw and Orient are less thaji from Wichita to those points and the service is just aS good Within a few months the Ringwood extension of the Rock Island westward crossing the Orient I and Choctaw will have been completed and then this city will have a great advantage both in rates countryTheseThe Frisco pay roll at ra Enid for April will amout close to 60000 It is increasing rapidly When the division offices fB now beingestablished have been completed the freight rebilling arrangements finishedand the shop addition already under way ended Friscos pay day in Enid will be reaching close to 100 I 000 per month And besides the Frisco the Rook Island is constantly adding to its already large force while the D E Gwith its main offices here pays out enough money every thirty days to support an average sized village alreadyftijtI institution having so far only been started is it unreasonable tosuppojo that 5000 will be added within the next five years by this avenue alone Surely not When the sum of 200000 has been spent in building and equipping this college as it will be within six months then the flood of home seekers with children to educate will begin in earnest and the east side now beautiful as I a prospective site will be well populated with the college constituency Enids 3000000 in public improvements now under construction increased by a million ra more which will develop within the next six months backed by her unexcelled surrounding coun try superior railroad facilities energetic arid high class citizenship absence of colored population agreeable climate fine schools churches water highways and parks combine to make her a cer I tain factor in the commercial world of the future Thirteen years of ago she is today larger than was any other city in America at the same period oHifo1 excluding none and more advanced than fa any of her rivals in public improvements What is there to hinder Enid from becoming a city of W1l 100000 people Absolutely nothing She has just begun to grow Her foundation is solid and her future assured M Clipping from Enid Eagle LL H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 119 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloverpo 607 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112 nally Miastops all wayestationserport Q39 A at arrives LouIsville 12t5 pm Train No 114 Dully last mall leaves Clo verport 450 p moo stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 pm Train except Saturday Ole verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 849 pm No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport 848 p m arrIves LouIsvlllf 115 p m makes all stops except Addison Sample Mystic LodlburR Webster LOUR Branch Hartles and Howard WEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Cloverport- accommodatloL1Ieaves Oloverport 800 a m a m Train No 111 Dally fast mU and express loaves Clover ort104k a m stops only at Qawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 750 pm Train No 113 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p moo Evansvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations NollSdally St Louts fast train leaves Ole M arrives Evansvllle 135 Averportll00tP A lit stops at lIawesvllle I Owensboro and Henderson only I j No 117 Express Sunday only leaves OIo vtrport 925 am arrives Evansv 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between I Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping f cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and f 149 between Louisville aiid St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except P nday leaves f Fordsville 430 n rives Irvington 840 amTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves FordsvllluSiSOp m arrives Irvington I20tt p t mTrain No 6 Sunday only t Fords vlllo630 a m Irvington 903 a m i WEST BOUND leavesII Train No 3 Dally except Sunday Irvington 1055 a m arrives Fordsville 245 j pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves living ton 650 p ml arrives Fordsville 940 nm their tobacco did not pay them out of debt last year and still falling behind witn this one Then they would say I will go home work a little harder and raise more tobacco II What was the result Prices just a little lower Now during this time we had men in the county buying tobacco for the trusts and they did not pay prices for tobacco that the trusts told them to pay So farmers yon must come to the front cut out all such business as this if you dont you will fall back in the rut where we were before we organized Mr Englehard says to a friend The farmers in my opinion have won what they started out for But he says we are dealers and we must come around the farmer so be careful boya ourII friend will get you in his boat and I I then he will paddle you off into deep 6010 90 PER MONTH f Is paid Operators on some of the Western railroads They are adver A m tising for them and must have them The same condition applies to all raUroads of the United States theyre short of operators Telegraphy should appeal strongly to the young man who is anxious to better his f condition in life It is his opportunity The highest salaried men today are our railroad officials with hardly an exception they b egan as op A- vi erators Jj mOur school is exclusively devoted to teaching Telegraphy Railroad xv Accounting Etc We make our students competent and place them KM in paying positions Send a postal today for information iJJ- jii vk A Kentucky School of Telegraphy Owensboro Ky f 1r r r rr3r i rhor r r a r r rr r r 3r rho- Wt ee LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern Railway 1 In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and L September 1 to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and Buttey1 m 3550 Spokane 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and other CALIFORNIA points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers ickets will also be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d- nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas andf other points in the Southwest and Southeast GFor mapsfolders and complete information callon your ocalagent or KyCKyJI water and then dump you overboard We want every farmer to do what he thinks is best for himself But if there is a merchant blacksmith doctor or any laboring man any farmer that Y tf t oJiH J a w3 thinks the A S of nhls done no good I would like to see the man face to face Now men be up and doing and watch for the enemy v 1 01It