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It fp s t- Y1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRiN iJVOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUSTl 1907 8 Pates NO stJ k LIBERAL PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED t ToOwners Of Exhibits In Every De partment At Breckenridge Fair Association HARDINSBURG Ky The management of the County Fair ate very desirous that the exhibits from the Coumty be full and complete Lib eralpremiums for residents of Brecken cotnty are to be awarded for fancy work flowers cakes bread fruits etc and all the products of the farm There is no entrance fee and the articlesen hibited belong to the owners and may lle removed by them on the last day of Ae Fair The exhibits from other counties aldbg certain lines will be fine and hun dreds of visitors from all over the State will attend County pride should In duce Breckenridge county folks to make a fine display of ilie products of the county Breckonridge is one of the finest in the State and her people should always sustain her great reputation DUKES DUKES KY The sick are improving Miss Florence Rearden of Hender son and brother Jim of Missouri vis ited their krother Cicero Wednesday- H H Tindle returned home from Owensboro Thursday Ron Powers of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Carrie Basham Saturday- Dr Lightfoot was here Wednesday to attend the sick The show given by J D Morgan at the schoolhouse Friday night was largely attended Len Campbell returned home Wednesday to be at the bedside of his L HARDINSBURG KY James H Gardner has erected a shed in front of the addition to his store house Will Beauchamp shipped a car load of stock to Louisville last week Drs T W Gardiner of Madisonville and Charles Gardiner of Grand Tower 111 who have been visiting ther moth er Mrs R G Gardiner have returued homeMrs Blanche E Read has returned home front Louisville where she has been visiting relatives Herbert M Beard and Arthur Beard were in Louisville last week on a busi ness trip M J Miller of Big Spring vas lu the city Saturday on business Squire Chas H rory of Bewley vile was In town Saturday Walter Hoorman of Glendeane was In the city Saturday He is a member of the State Fair Board and says that the State Fair is being extensively ad vertised and will be better and more at tractive than ever Eton G W Beard who has been ill of pneumonia Is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Melville Eskndge of Owensboxo are the guests of Mr and Mrs John P Haswell and other rela tivesMr and Mrs Percy M Beard and children are visiting Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union Star Mr ndVrs Jesse R Eskndge of Owensboro who have been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge returned home Monday Hestoc Whitworth Co have commenced to rebuild their coal hay arid corn bins which were receutly de troyed by fire Beard Lewis are the contractors R Morris Beard who recently bought our acres of land of Miss Tula C Daniel for a cemetery has formed a company and it has been incorporated mder the name of Ivy Hill Cemetery t will be used for the burial of white nODS It is a beautiful site for a emttery Dr R H McMullen of McDaniels as in town last Wednesday Judge Henry Moorman spent Sunday- t Falls Of Rough the guest of friends The board of directors of the Breck nrjdRe Fair Association met here to ay sad made the final arrangements tItrairKr Mrs Samuel Heaalger of est Vl w were the gweiof her mother Mrs H Campbell who is very ill Mr and Mrs Jerry Basham and daughters Misses Carrie and Pearl at tended the burial of Mrs Ola Corley of Patesvllle Friday Miss Flora Newbury and nephew Master Oliver spent several daya last week with Miss Ella Evans of Pates vllle Mr and Mrs Cicero Rearden and children spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents near Whitesville f T E McGavock and daughter near Stephensport were guests of relatives here a few days last week v Frank Johnson made abusiness trip to Goering Saturday Fred Powers of Goering visited his cousin Frank Johnson Friday Homer Tindle attended the funeral QfhJtit fiorley Friday Renewing Acquaintances Of Quarter Century Ago Mr and Mrs C A Grant of Visalia California are visiting his neice Mrs Wm Embry Mr Grant is an old citizen of Breckenridge county having lived here twentyfour years ago This is his first visit back to his old home Back To The Old Stamping Ground O C Tousey and daughters Misses Lina and Annie Tousey of Gainsville Fla are the guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Tousey Mr Tousey formerly lived here but this is his first visit to this city In twentysix years First Absence In Five Years Mr J C Nolte of the firm of J C Nolte Us Bro has been spending several days in Louisville Mr Noltes vaca tions and pleasure trips are few and far between this being the first time in five yeaas with the exception of a few days of illness that he has missed being at his place of business for a day I Hardinsburg Happenings 1 mother Mrs Lucy Board Sunday Miss Mattnews of West View is visiting Miss Butler A number of Hardinsburg folk at tended services at Freedom Sunday Mr and Mrs Marvin D Beard who are vUitingMr and Mrs A S Edelen at Burgin will return home this week Mrs Thurman Smith and children of Louisville who have been visiting her mother Mrs Susan Cox have re turned home Dr Frank Hooc returned to Clover port Sunday Amos Woods of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Harvey Woods Mr and Mrs Lee Bishop were the guests of relatives in Louisville last weekThe Cecelian Quartette of Columbus Ohio were at the opera house two evenings of last week They gave a splendtd concert which was much en joyed by all who heard it As usual the receipts fell far short and the guar antors bad to make up the deficit Mrs W B Lennon and children who were visiting Mr and M S Roland A Smith at Stephensport have returned homeMrs J B Wright of Louisville Is visiting her sister Miss Tida Mercer W S Ball was in Cloverport several days of last week F S Kincheloe was in Louisville the first of the week Misses Georgia Hughes and Laura Royalty of Leitchfiold who have been visiting Misses Nancy and Della Kinch eioe have returned home Sam F Keys spent Sunday at Irving ton with his family Mr and Mrs Luke B Reeves are the guests of Col and Mrs E L Robert son at Glendeane Harvey Woods will commence the erection of a residence on Third street this week Gus Brown was at Bewleyville Tuesday on legal business Ed Dillon was at Irvlngton Sunday Misses Margaret Beard Evelyn Beard Jennie Maxwell and Margaret Maxwell were guests of Mr and Mrs Alvin N Skillman Sunday The Breckenridge County Tobocco growers Union met here last Saturday at the court house with a food attend ance Owing to the absence of the president James W MIler on account of Illness only routine bujlaeas was transacted I t SAYS DAUGHTERIS And Mrs Sarah Bate or MgJ 1+ fQuady Causes Arrest Of Louisville Man JrK Alleging that he has made an inebriate of her fourteenyearold daugh ter Mrs Sarah E Bate of McQuady this county has had a warrant issued for the arrest of John Matthews LouisvilleMrs ofII says that on the first of last month she sent her daughterFreda who is only fourteen years of age to the city to reside with her uncle John Bate Some time later the latter left the city leaving his niece in the care of Matthews and his family Mrs Bate charges that Matthews gave her daughter liquor until she has acquired a fondness for it In the last few days Mrs Bate says that she has lost all trace of her daugh ter and thinks she has been kidnaped by Matthews UNDER THE SPIRES Sunday Services in the Cloverport Houses of Worship METHODIST Services were conducted morning and evening by the pastor the RevB M Currie who delivered two excellent dis courses Both services were well at tendedRev Currie is in Ekron assisting in a protracted meeting which will con tinue probably throughout next week In his absence from his charge in this city next Sunday the Methodist pulpit will be occupied at the morning services by the Rev A J Bennett pastor of the Methodist church at Ekron At the afternoon services at the Tar Springs Methodist church Sunday a large congregation was in attendance The pastor the Rev B M Currie ex presses himself as much encouraged with the prospects for the church The building is rapidly nearing completion BAPTIST The Rev J T Lewis filled his ap pointment at both services preaching two good sermons to goodsized con gregationsRev will be absent from his next regular appointment on the fourth Sunday Morning services will be held on that day however Mr R L Oelze conducting the services At the regular business meeting of the church tonight special request is made that every member be present Business of utmost importance will be up before the body and the pastor is desirous that every member and espec ially the men attend this business session CATHOLIC The Rev Father Brey occupied the pulpit on last Sunday morning at the regular services GARRETT GARRETT Ky School opened today with Miss Lee Thornsbery as teacher Messrs William and Robert Roby and William Funk spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs Richard Adams and children attended the picnic at Garrett and were the guest of Mr and Mrs William TindallMrs H Rusor was the guest of W W Miles and family from Friday until Sunday and Mr Rusor came down Suuday morning and accompanied her home SundaYJlvenlng- Miss Zelma Miles will leave Monday for Louisville to visit friends and rela tives CHENAULT CHENAULT KY J F Jarboe was In Louisville all of last week on business Mr and Mrs Fannie Rhodes who have been visiting friends and relatives here returned to their home Friday in BrandenburgWillie of Louisville arrived Monday for a visit to friends and rela tivesMrs Grover Mitchell and child of 4h i Mooleyville are the guest SauntMrs J F Jarboe Miss Violet Bogey left last week for a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs Edwin Tobin and children who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hy Stallman left Tuesday for her home in St Louis Mrs Dr Sphire and children of Mooleyville are visiting friends in the bottom this week Mrs Abe Bennett and daughter Verna spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs C L Warren Rev Roberts of Stephensport held services atGethsemane Sunday Mrs Floyd Miller and daughter Lou ise of Henderson are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Abe Allen Dr and Mrs D S Sphire and chil dren of Mooleyville Mr and Mrs Wm Gardner of Irvington Mrs Edwin Tobin and children of St Louis Mr and Mrs J B Warren and children Mrs Mary Kaufman of Louisville and Miss Ada Cunningham of New Yorkall dined with Mr and Mrs Hy Stallman Sunday Will Build Residence P R Cramer has purchased of J M Mullen a tenacre lot on Elm street in the south end on which he will build a residence Will Visit Niagara Falls Mr and Mrs F P Payne Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot and Mrs F L Lightfoot will leave Saturday for a visit of several days tojthe Niagara Falls Other places of Interest and sightseeing will be visited before their return home Turn On The Faucet Pipe laying will begin on Wall Street this week for the purpose of supplying the business houses with water Mr Ohas Hamman has obtained permission from the City Council to pipe this see lion of the city and hopes to have the works In operation in a short tim- eMATTINGLY1 Accident to Corroll Wilson In California Results in Amputa tion of LegNews of Mattingly MATTINGLY Ky Mr Chas Pate of rMsgah is ill with malaria fever- B I H Wilson is some better at this writingWalter Newman has returned to Evansville Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinius visited Mr and Mrs George Perkins at Rock Vale last week Miss Josie Ryan of Tar Fork com lastIresignedIWe are needing rain very badly in this vicinity Mr and Mrs Thos Mason Jr of Evansville came up last Saturday to visit friends and relatives Will Mason of Pisgah sold his farm consisting of about forty acres to Thos Ryan of the same place Considera tion 800 Vane Pate went to Kosmosdale last week to visit his brother Len Pate who has a very sick boy Mr and Mrs Alf Hawkins went to Cloverport last Friday to visit her par ents Mr and Mrs C B Pate Mr and Mrs James Keenan Sr of near Mattingly entertained to dinner a number of the young people last Sunday Mr and Mrs Nat Ball and family of McQuady will move to Evansville sometime this week News has been received here from California of a serious accident that be fell Corroll Wilson recently Mr Wilson and another gentleman wore out hunting when the gentleman whose name we failed to learn shot at a gopher missing it and the charge strik ing Mr Wilson just below the knee The wound is of such a nature that am putation is necessary Mr Wilson is a son of the late J D Wilson of Clover port and has resided in Calfornia about rive years Mr Wilsons many friends will regret to learn of the deplorable ac cident Miss Julia T Norris who has been visiting her parents at Paynesville re turned to her home at Birds Point Mo last week Miss Payne has a fine school at the latter place i x BULLET BATTED HIM ON THE HEAD John Wood Makes Complaint When That Member Is Made Target For Air Gun Practice That mans head was made for more profitable employment and deserves better treatment than a mere target for air gun practice is the opinion of John Wood and its not to wonder at that his feelings as well as his head were hurt when a ball from an air rifle batted him on that member and unceremoniously tooIt happened Monday and the way of It is told thusly John was sitting in front of the meat shop thinking no harm while several boys further up the street were engaged in target prac tice All went well until a shot singled out Johns head coming with such vio lence and so abruptly as to cause the owner to sit up and take notice im mediately It is said that John at first thought he had bees in his bonnet and proceeded to get busy along that line when some one told him he had been struck by a cannon ball Horace Tucker was the man behind the gun in this instance and he made the usual settlement with the city for knocking a knot on Johns head TAR FORK TAR FORK KY Miss Kate Hinton of Cloverport be gan her school at Morton sohool = hquso- last Monday Ivan Bates is in Owensboro Miss Maud Ryan began her school near Stephensport last week Mrs Gabe Shrewsberry and little son spent a week with her fatherin law near Jolly Station Mrs J B Jackson has returned from l IRVINGTON Ky Mrs T J Brummitt and son Arthur and sister Mrs Edd Burnsand her son Harold and Miss Emma Burns and Mr Jim Frank Biggs all of Evansville Ind spent Sunday in Irvington the guests of Mr and Mrs James W Biggs Miss Burn will remain for a several days visit to Miss Essie Biggs Miss Mary Alexander returned to Louisville Thursday after visiting Mrs Nora Board Mr and Mrs Charlie L Chamber lain left Saturday for a two weeks trip through Iowa Missouri Wyoming and evening was spent at the home of Mr and Mrs W J Pig gott last Friday by a number of young people Those present were Misses Lula Nunnelly Leila Tidings Ellen Munford Evelyn Herndon Mabel Mc Glothlan Ruth Miller and Eva Mc Glothlan Messrs Overton Blanford and Joe Plggott and Mrs Sue Jolly Mrs L B Moremen spent several days last week in Owensboro visiting Mrs Arthur Williams Mrs T N McGlothlan left Tuesday forRome Ind to be the guest of her sister Mrs Adam Anspach for a week Mrs Tony McCoy has returned to Louisville after being the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G L Brady Miss Claire Jolly left Thursday for CJoverport where she will be the guest of the Misses Plank for a week Miss Evelyn Herndon gave an infor mal dinner last Friday for Mr and Mrs Randall and son Dwight of Louisville Miss Ree Willis of Cloverport Miss Lelia Tydings of Louisville and Miss Ellen Munford Mrs Fidelia Galloway came Thursday from Hartford where she has been vis iting relatives and friends for some time Mr and Mrs G T Marshall spent last week in Hardin county visiting Dr and Mrs Owsley Miss Lelia Tydings after a two weeks visit among relatives and friends here returned to Louisville Tuesday She was accompanied home by Miss Ellen Munford for a few days visit Mrs J B Herndon will be sent as a delegate to Madisonville to attend the State Sunday School Convention which will be In session there for three days next week Miss Hawes of Owensboro isvisiting Mr awl Mrs Charlie Hawcs for an in definite time C 4 1 t a two weeks stay at the home of her son Marion Jackson near Jolly Miss Josie Ryan will teach at Ball townMrs Jess Morton of Montgomery county is visiting her daughter Mrs Eli Fisher and other relatives Mrs Chas Fisher of Rock Vale f spent last Wednesday with her son Mrs Ed Hook and son Jimmie attended the Masonic picnic at Hardinsburg and were guests of his mother Saturday night Z Mr and Mrs Sam Rice and children of Fordsville spent a week with his parents Mr and Mrs O W Rice They returned home Thursday accompanied k by his mother who will be their guest a few days and will go to tit Caneyvllle to visit her brother Mr Bud McQuady before returning homeii PROPERTY hr Dr J L Moorman Will Move s Family to Louisville Dr J L Moorman has sold his residence on railroad street to Mr John Burn and will move with hjs family to Louisville In a short time Possession of the property will be riven Septem ber 1 The consideration was 2500 The people of Cloverport regret to give up Dr Moorman and family but trust that they may be pleasantly sit uated in their new home Display of Farm Products Farmers bringjin samples of your farm products potatoes corncabbage wheat oats rye or any other products you would like to show as having grown and they will be placed in the big ad vertising tent free with a nice card on them telling whom they were grown by It costs you nothing and will help make the big sixth Masonic Barbecue a great big event Irvington Intelligence J ColoradoAn FisherMr SELLS 4 Mrs Pomp McCoy and son Morris of Louisville came Saturday to be the guests of her mother Mrs Nannie Bandy Miss Mary Cornwall will return some time this week from Grayson Springs after being a guest there for ten days Miss Nannie McGehoe left lust week for Stephensport to visit her aunt Mrs Dick Skillman Mrs Luther Wilson and children have returned from a visit to relatives s atKirkMiss Lula Nunnolly of Louisville s has returned to her home altar a short visit to Mrs Suo Jolly Mrs Newsolh Gardner returned Sat urday from Chenault after a visit to Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham- Mr Goodman of Fordsville spentr several days here last week the guest of his daughter Mrs Matt Payne Mr and Mrs J A Culley and their rs Sterett spent two days in Louisville last week visiting their sister Mrs L Wi Jones 1 Mr W B Gardner left today for a weeks visit to Chenault to join his wife who Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham GLENDEANE j t+ GLENDEANE Ky ftaCo this week visiting his brother J A DeanejWillis Deane of Owensboro Is visiting his uncle C W Deane R W Owen of Lewisport Is vis iting J T F Owen and W C Moore man s John Hoskins and Coleman Mat tingly went to Louisville this week Mr and Mrs A E Smith are visiting Mr John Smith of Fordsville this week Bro EL Rogers closed his meet ing at Black Lick church this week Miss Margaret Peyton of Falls of Rough was the guest of Miss Betsie Moorman Sunday- C V Robertson of Hardinsburg is down here on business The colored school opened here on August 8 Sol Dean is tho teacher The rock crusher isat Glendeane now and that is what we have been needing for sonie time G W Matthews is stillyerylill Boone Embry is confined to his bed suffering with typhoid fever I ilr I C as 1 33- F e F t p THE OPPORTUNITY IS STILL YOURS i To Buy Seasonable Merchandise at Extraordinarily Low Prices Many who have been deprivedof the opportunity to attend our big Clearance Sale having requested us to continue it a few days we have decided to do so that everybody may take advantage of the remarkably low prices on our goods We are determined that this shall be a genuine clearance sale and every article of goods in our house is included in these unheard of prices We can not begin to name price on every article but former prices have been mercilessly slaughtered Boys and young mens suits some of them formerly selling for 10 now going at prices from 197 to 473 Choice of any boys suit in our store for 473 All serviceable suits and stylish All goods in proportion THOUSANDS WILL BE HERE August 22 to attend the great Masonic celebration and we invite every one in attendance upon that event to come to our store and see how dollars can be saved in this sale We shall be specially prepared to handle the enormous f crowds on that day Come in in the meantime and get what you want The goods are moving out in a hurry r Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing Dry Goods Shoes and Ladles and Gents Furnishings All Go In This Extraordinary Clearance Sale This great bargain sale breaks all previous records Its your golden opportunity and our pleasure to present it to you Dont let anything interfere with your comIng It will be a long tIme before you have another such opportunity Great- Clearance Sale HlfTOR TRrKE Telegraphers at Chicago Do Not Like Their Conditions of Service LEFT KEYS AT MIDNIGHT With a Cheer the Men Employed In the Western Union Ofllces Arose and Deserted Their Posts Strike Was Ordered by Local Union Without Satiation of the National Organization Chicago Aug 9The telegraph op rators employed by the Western Union In Chicago went on strike last Eight at 12 oclock The trouble was precipitated by the Los Angeles strike which was Inaugurated two days ago Last night the local executive board of the Commercial Telegraphers Union met and passed resolutions reo Questing the men to refuse to work With the nonunion operators em ployed in Los Angeles When the men were notified of this step all operators employed in the overland division of the local office refused to work any longer with the nonunion men on the other end of the wire When this announcement was made Night Chief Harry Price ordered all who refused to work to leave the office He then went Into other divi Ions and requested the men to go Into the overland division In every case he was met with a refusal until over seventy men had been sent home The grievance committee of the union called on Mr Price and notified him that unless every man was reinstated by midnight every union man In the office would be called out This demand was refused and promptly at midnight by prearrangement a whistle was blown and evary operatcr em ployed in the main office with the exception of six wire and loop chiefs together with Night Manager Price and his two assistants left their keys and with a round of cheers tiled out of the office The men employed by the company at various morning newspapers had been notified of the contemplated strike and they also quit work Ths national officials of the union pont all day yesterday In an effort to prevent the rank and file of the organization from taking matters in their own hands and calling a strike The men for weeks have maintained Ijulleii attitude toward the fcomuanx 1 ti pt f Fy14 SHAPINSKY BROSCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY The Chicago force nosdissatisfied with the basis of the settlement reached at the time the strike In San Francisco was called off It was un der these conditions that strike was called without the sanction of the national officers The men were ut terly ttred of the conditions under which they were working and could not stand It any longer When the additional Insult of asking them to work with nonunion men In Los An geles was put upon them they refused to stand It and quit work We could get no Information of the sit nation on the Pacific coast from our national officials so we decided that it was up to us to take care of our selves Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bloof Mo that Bucklens Ar nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 25- cFIRST VOTE OF FILIPINOS Philippine Assembly Will Consist of Eightyfour Members On July 30 all males In the Phil ippine Islands not under twentythree years of age and not citizens or subjects of any foreign power will be per witted to vote for members of the Phil ippine assembly and for provincial gov ernors a third member of the provin cial board municipal presidents and rice presidents and municipal counselors This recalls Harpers Weekly will be the first step toward Filipino self government The first assembly will convene early In October of this year Secretary Taft will be present at this meeting of the assembly American citizens coming within the requirements will be permitted the right of suffrage for American citi zens are not considered subjects of any foreign power The first Philippine assembly will consist of eightyfour members appor tioned on the basis of one delegate for each 00000 of population Provision Is made to Increase this number but the total number of delegates cannot exceed 100 AH acts of the assembly must secure the approval of the Philippine commission before they become laws Preventics as the name implies pre vent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Preventics are thoroughly safe for children add as effectual for adults Sold and re commended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by Severs Drug Co 14 lIIiin COURTS AT WORK Several Convictions of Assailants of Children In New York New York Aug 9Three men were convicted two pleaded guilty and one was discharged in the court of special sessions in cases Involving attacks upon women and children in the last few days Phillip Yung a negro pleaded guilty and was sent to the peniten tiary for a year Mike Gargons a fiftyyearold shoemaker was sen tenced to serve three months in the penitentiary Harry Williams aged fiftyfour years pleaded guilty He and two others will be sentenced later The prompt disposition of assault cases Is believed to be having the effect of restraining others criminally inclined 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 eatKodoldo yourfoodyoutodruggists 6 WlLlTQO fliotfErif Standard Oil Company Appeals from Judge Landlso Judgment Chicago Aug 9 Indictments are being drawn by government experts against the railroads that are alleged to have granted rebates and concessions to the Standard 011 company Assistant United States Attorneys Parkin and Hanchel who drew the bills against the oil company and gathered the evidence on which It was convicted have returned and begum the compilation of evidence When It Is classified and assorted It will be exhibited to the grand Jury to beII drawn this month The roads are the Chicago Alton Lake Shore Michigan Southern Chicago East ern Illinois and the Chicago Burling ton Quincy Attorneys for the Standard 011 com pany of Indiana have filed formal no tice of appeal from Judge Landis decision fining the company 29240000 T Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles aloneand it does the work surely and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 bySeversra itli J t 1 NO SETTLEMENT IN SIGHT Situation at Los Angeles Points to a Long Strike Los Angeles Aug 9Settlement of the telegraphers strike appears as remote today as during the first hour of the strike District Superintendent Lamb representing the company twice refused to receive or deal with a committee representing the men who walked out and the latter are firm in their attitude of demanding the reinstatement of John E Ryan the operator whose discharge was Indirect ly resposnsible for the strike Superintendent Lamb said today I cannot receive a committee of strikers representing a discharged employe or his grievances The op erators will hold a meeting today to consider further plans for the opening of negotiations There are about twenty men at work In the Western Union office Superintendent Lamb said Business Is In a very satis factory condition We are well up with the business in fact I think we are ahead of the usual schedule at this hour The men at work are com petent operators and are working with enthusiasmSeveral of the men at the keys today have been at work almost con tinuously since the strike began Wed nesday afternoon A Traveling Mans ExperienceI I must tell you my experience on an East bound O R Us N R R train from Pendleton to Le Grande Ore writes Sam A Gather a well known traveling man I was in the smoking department with some other traveling men when one of them went out 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 aud arms were drawn up so you could not straighten them and with a deathlike look on her face Two or three ladies were working her and giving her whisky I went to my suit case and got my bottle of Cbami berlams 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 pen cil 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 fect and worked with her rubbing her hands and in twenty minutes I gave her another dose By this time we were almost into Le Grande where I was to leave the train I gave the bottle to the husband to be used in case another dose should be needed but by the time the train ran into Le Grande she was all right and I received the thanks of every passenger in the car For sale by Severs Drug Co J 4 Programme The Womans Missionary Society will meet at Stephensport Baptist church Wednesday Aug 21 at3 oclock p m Subject Italy Song Work for the Night is ComingPrayer For great revivals at home and on mission fields Bible Reading ReadingIIA Free Will Offering Sharp Shooting twelve shots by Sharp Shooters Paper The Needs and Opportunl ties of Italy PrayerSong Pass it On Reading Dying Millions and Foreign Missions Roll Call Every member to respond with some brief item of missionary in formation or a missionary quotation Business Every one who is ready please report proceeds of dimes invested Etta English President Tired mothers worn out by the peevish cross baby have found Cascasweet a boon and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and children and is espec ially good for the ills so common in hot weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains uo harmful drugs Sold by all druggists Past the Arbitration Point Washington Aug 9The national government has failed u peacemaker- In the strike of the switchmen on the Colorado Southern railroad and XttBOS COiaOBSIOXKB CHABLB8 P HULL Labor Commissioner Chas P Nelll announces that all hope has been s abandoned of bringing about a satis J factory adjustment of the differeaaei if Se 1f i 5 tiM Great- Clearance SaleoJ TERSE TELEGRAMS The Jamestown Exposition Is declared at last to bo practically cm pleteThe telegraph operators of the Chicago office of the Western Union are OB strikeRussian Minister of Finance Kokov BOff denies that the Russian govern ment has any foreign loan In contem plationThe second tube of the Belmont tunnel under the East river between Manhattan and Long Island City Ear been completed The international stomatological congress held in Paris elected Proto E S Talbot of Chicago to be first honorary president A boat accident on the river Pregel resulted In the drwning of nine men all members of the engineer corps Qt the Prussian army An enormous amount of damage has been done to the grain crops orchards and vineyards in many parts of Aus tria by heavy hail storms The gathering of the Philippine assembly will meet Oct 16 Secretary Taft has promised to be present at the opening of that body The controversy between the Southern railway and the state of Ala bama has been settled The railway makes the concessions demanded Mrs Russel Sage has given 50000 for a new building for the Long Island railroad employes branch of the Young Mens Christian association at Long Island City A passenger train collided headon with a freight train on the Western Atlantic railroad at Dalton Ga and three persons including an engi neer were killed The president has pardoned Nancy Miller who was convicted about jplx years ago In Indian Territory of man slaughter for killing Alice Brake In a dispute over a gosling The California supreme court has sustained the primary election law passed by the last legislature requir ing voters to state their party affilia tions at the time they register i September 15 next the anniversary of the political independence of Con tral America has been selected as the date upon which Honduras will return to a constitutional form of govern went The pew Pure Food and Drug Law CoughCureany other stupyfyingorJpoisonQusdrug But it passe Dr Shoops Cough Cure as made for 20 years entirely free Dr oPposedtheShoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest badeand iit cures it does not simply suppress Get- a bimply k Let the law be your protection Wek SeversDrug t V ft d do t I tfIN o or o1JUMro 0NAr U MAt U fta N W oU 1JIfI n Breckenridge County FiirTO BE HELD AT 11 Hardinsburg September 3 4 5 1907 ij 3000L1 PREMIUM LIST 3000 c C We find some criticism from some parts that we have not offered sufficient purses for racing The management considered this point very carefully and decided to limit racing to the very smallest Ve consulted the best manIIaged fairs in the State and they are as one in having cut out racing C We will have trotting races every day will have one running race limited to Breckenridge county Horses and one for mules CE Our hair will be a r Strictly Agricultural Exhibit And we are promised fine quality of exhibit C So many stalls have been reserved for horses that we are preparing to increase the number before the fair opens CT We will have horses from the Blue Grass to the Purchase 500 Special Premiums Added by Local Business Men No more beautiful or better equipped County Fair Grounds in the State No County Pair will have as large an attendance C V Robertson M H Beard PresidentSecretaryVlliVIJij1TJJlWJlfIIl1I1lf1Nm U1iJJ1ITJrJON Jf fIfll1ff fWtJNIV4 FILLED WITH DEAD Streets of Casablanca Laid Is Waste by Fire From French Warships OITY FULL OF DEAD MOORS Following Continued Street Distur Iwjncoa Gunboats In the Harbor De livered Stern Object Lesson DiBtarbed Moorish Port Is Now Said to B Calm Order Raving Been Restored Tangier Aug 4Thtl latest now received here front Casablanca says Women as Well as Men yAre Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one by and soon when the neys are out of or diseased Kidney trouble has become so It is notuncommon for a child to be afflicted kidneys If the child urinates too If the udSthe or If when the child L reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of Ii the difficulty Is kidney trouble the first I step should be towards the treatment of these organs trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the f kidneys bladder not to a habit as people suppose Women as well as men are made erable with kidney bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwxmpRoot is soon realized It Is by druggists in fifty cent and dollar size1 You may have a sample bottle mall cheerfulness disappear kid order prevalent that born with weak often flesh and Important This unpleasant and and most lots and sold tree also pamphlet tell Home of arwnpRoot log all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer oVCo Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper + f Wont make any mistake but remember tb ntine SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp taud the address BInghamton N Y- Ios ever bottin 14 y that calm and order have now been established The military governor also requested permission to go on board a ship in the harbor but was refused Ho fears for his personal safety and although money has been sent here to pay the troops at Casa blanca and ensure the performance of their duties he Is unable to secure a bodyguardA officer here has just received a letter from the governor off Tetuan stating that Cald Sir Henry MacLean is no longer in custody of Raisull the chief of Kmass tribe hav ing demanded and obtained permission that ho be turned over to their cus tody If this be true there is little doubt that tho Caid will soon be lib orated The horrors of the looting of Casa blanca by native tribesmen are becom ing known and their recital is inflam ing the minds of the natives against all Europeans The situation in varl out coast towns Is worse The natives are excited A holy war is being preached at Rabat Antiforeign sent iment is growing as a result of the activities of fanatical agitators There is fear of a general outbreak A num ber of European families are prepar ing to flee from Tangier The Angera tribesmen in the Immediate vicinity ef Tangier are restless and may get out of band The Moorish authorities have practically no control of the sit uation The Angora tribesmen are Sting two miles from Tangier The European resident including the British minis ter Gerard A Lowther and his fam ily have left their mountain dwell- Ings and returned to the town The shooting inside of Casablanca lasted for two full days Tho Kabylea have gone back out of range of fire from the wajihJpsjb thjaiarQjCfiaiy 7 hv to swoop downori thesown the first opportunity Owing to the con tinued street fighting French warships Wednesday landed 2000 additional men at Casablanca where the Jewish quarter had been sacked Many per sons were massacred in the streets The city is said to be full of dead Moors and the Moorish quarter is in ruins having been set on fire by the shells from the big guns of the cruis erStAn the stores are closed and much hunger and distress prevails among the poor The foreign consuls have ordered the stores to be reopened and have eSt tablished a special tariff for foodstuffs designed to mitigate the sufferings of the poor The Europeans who are all safe either on board ships or at tho consulates are guarded by blue JacketsFrench sailors are guarding the Brit- Ish consulate at Casablanca where the consular agents of the United States Germany AustriaHungary and Swe den have sought refuge The Italian and Portuguese consuls are at the French consulate A minaret from which a heavy sustained fire was di rected against the French consulate was demolished by the guns of the French ships at the request of the Moroccan authorities Tho European shops wero pillaged but no Europeans wero killed The state bank agency at Casablan ca has been robbed of about 16000 but no details of the robbery have been mado public The French consulate was attacked by Moors during the night of Aug 5 One blue jacket of the guard was killed and three were badly wounded The customhouse at Casablanca was I looted by natives on Tuesday and many other buildings were set on 11re and destroyed There are a great many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all the time Their food may satisfy the appetite but it tails to nourish the body simply because the stomach is not in fit condition to do the work it is supposed to do It cant digest the food you eat The stomach should be given help You ought to take something that will do the work your stomach cant do Kodol for Indi gestion and Dyspepsia a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids digests the food itself and gives strength and health to the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by all drug gists A pietf piper is wanted In the valley of Aghlll in Corsica where great damage Is being dono by a plague of crickets and a substantial sum Iis promised to air one who can suggest an efficacious remedy i j f i Married In Kansas The following article regarding Mis Judith Brickey a former Breckenridge county young lady is taken from a Hutcbison Kan newspaper An unusually pretty wedding with all the attractive decorations of which a home possesses was celebrated Sun day afternoon in the marriage of Miss Judith Brickey daughter of Mrs Margaret A Brickey Nickerson and Mr John C Teter of this city The ceremony was performed at the home of the grooms sister Mrs D F Pate of Rice county The home was attrac tively decorated with sweet Peas and roses Green and white were the colors in the ceremony room The bridal party stood against a background of palms ferns and potted flowers RevT T Moore of the Baptist church of Nickerson performed the impressive ring ceremony at 130 oclock Before the ceremony Miss Bertha Sellee of Nickerson sang In After Years When I Am Old Miss Pauline Emma Pate and the groom by Mr Frank Pate as best man Little Miss Tray Moore of Nickerson was ring bearer After the ceremony congratu lations and best wishes of their many friends and relatives were extended Mrs Pate served an elaborate three course dinner The dining room was beautifully decorated in red and white with sweet peas The table decora tion was a large bowl of pink roses The buffet was decorated in white with bowls of cut flowers The brides dress was a pretty champaigne chiffon trimmed in baby irish lace and medallions She carried brides roses The bridesmaid gown was a dainty blue Solsette with white trimmings The ring bearer was dressed all in white The bride is one of Nickersons best young ladies and will be greatly missed among her many friends The groom is well known in this cityand has a host of friends who join in wishing them most happiness Those present from Hutchison were Mr and Mrs F J Teter Mr and Mrs J H Jordan Mr and Mrs Archer Taul Mr and Mrs T J Teter Mr and Mrs Charles Pate Mrs E Edmond Miss Hortance Miss Cleo Teter Miss Taul and Miss Flossie Pate Jonathan and William Jordan Mr and Mrs James Brickey of Abby ville The following were from Nicker son Mrs M Brickey mother of the bride Mr and Mrs A Pate Mr and Mrs E Pate Mr and Mrs C L Pate and family Emma and Frank Pate Ben Brickey Arthur and Henry Pate Mr and Mrs Teter will be at home to their friends after July 4 at 11 West Sixth street rl e I FirstsIRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R W1BIP VicePresiden D H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits I THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL i Louisville Ky rIPIKE CAMPBELL lUg rrrr rh3r + rhr f The most centrally located and onlj Brstcloss hotel In the city making a Y OOrateI princIpalIShOPPIDKdlstrlct mIIStreet cars pass the door to all of the cityII m Tr i ia 9r9a N 1 N The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byJFire or Burglary W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LOUT VlcoPresldent Cues BKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE DANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited I Vr y i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BAHMA9E SONS Publtihlne Co SubBcriptlon Price 100a year or 186 If paid at the end of year O BDB OF THANKS OYer live lines charged Or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 ens per tine Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday I t Examine the label on your paper If It Is aot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address nbscrlbers should give their old as wells the now address j EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14 1907 t THE FARMERS MEETIM AT GLEADEAAE The farmersof Glendeane and vicinit met last Saturday at Glendeane and hold an all day session Severe speeches were made the leading one being delivered by Mr Robinson Stat organizer of the A S of E He made a plain practical talk fnU of good advice to the farmer lIe abused no one used no harsh language and in his own simple good way ad vised the farmers to stand together lie men be conservative in all their ac tions one to another and more especially to those who were inclined to differ with them and did PQt see thing as Ihey did He condemned nightriding plant bed burning and all unlawful actions He said it was not equity and his society condemned all such action Mr Robinson is a plain honest conscien tious farmer doing bis best to aid his fellow farmer along right lines and along lines that will be helpful to himself his business and the upbuilding call business We think Mr Robinson is doing a great and good work and should have the encouragement of a11 good citizens whether they be farmers merchants lawyers or doctors The meeting closed with a good roundup of renewed faith in the A S of E The old local union was revived new members added new officers elect ed and a general revival of the order and its members was the work of the dayThe officers elected were W R Moorman Sr president E A Mooro vicepresident Ed Glasscock treasurer District offlcersB A Whittinghill president W R Pierce vicepresident Everet Cooper secretary DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is goad for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It is espec ially good for niles Sold byall drug gists Answers Deaths Summons Mr Spicer Smith passed away at his home at Jeffarsonville Ind on the morning of July 26 as a result of a paralytic stroke Mr Smith was born at Memphis Ind on March 24 1842 and was married in 1868 to Miss Mary Bryant of Cloverport He is survived by his wife and the following children Adam Benjamin and Homer Smith and Misses Ella and Frances Smith t Regular as The Sun is an expttseitn 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 bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 2SC Kentucky Fairs 1907 Ohio County FairSept 1114 GlasgowSept 1114 Hardiniburg Sept 35 PembrokeAug 1517 LexingtonAug 1217 BlUabathtown Aug 2729 Hendenwn July 2327 Madteonville July 30Aug 3 HodgenviHe Sapt 1012 Bardatown Sept 47 GuthrieSept 1214 Uniontown Aug 610 SebreeSept 1821 Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 1621 = AN OLD ADAGE SAYS A lightpurse Is a heavy curse Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER Is the seat of Sine tenths of all dis- easeTutts Pills go to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the actloa of the LIVER to aoriHtl coa4itle Give tone to the system owl solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute w JI i T t- vIn AN INVITATION To Our Correspondents Our Subscribers Our Readers And Our Friends At the sixth annual celebration of the Masons in this city August 22 Thet Breckenridge News will have a booth in the advertising tent on the barbecue 1 grounds and extends a cordial invitation 1 to all to meet there The Breckenridge News has the best corps of correspondents of any countyI weekly in Kentucky and we hope toI meet them all that day We will have souvenirs of the occasion for each correspondent and do all we can tc make you have an enjoyable time We extend a cordial invitation tc every subscriber to come to see us at our headquarters We want to know you better and want you to know us better We like to meet you and hear what you think of the News If I knew you and you knew me If both of us could clearly see And with an inner sight divine I The meaning of your heart and mine- I am sure that we would differ less And clasp our hands in friendliness Our thoughts would pleasantly agree If I knew you and you knew me Our readers we especially want to know Our friends we are anxious to see and enjoy their company and talk over old and new times Let us all meet and have our fun together al The Breckenridge News booth The spysLiquidII Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as- a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid form and iti never fails to cureSold by all druggists for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York BIRTHS Born to the wife of S H McCracken on last Friday a tenpound girl Mrs Steve Carman near town pre sented her husband with a fine boy last ThursdayA came to brighten the home of Mr and Mrs Dave Mattingly Friday night Think of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges if yopr breath is foul or feverish This snow white soothing balm contains Oil of Eucalyptus Thy mol Menthol etc incorporated into an imported cream like velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Severs Drug Co BLACK JACK NOTES BLACK JACK KY Father Daugherty and sisters Misses Annie and Lizzie of Paynesville spent Monday and Tuesday with Dr Hardesty and family Mrs Mary Lamb enl ertained Tuesday the following guests Mrs Celia Miller and family Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown Mrs Rosa Sipes and little granddaughters Lois and Julia Holsten Mr and Mrs Stites Lamkin of Ekron spent Sunday with Mrs R J BradleyGeorge Prather has returned from Indiana where he has been at work since March Mrs Stella Mattingly of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Dr Har deety Lonie Hardesty is on the sick list Eula Prather is spending this week with her aunt Mrs Jim Sipse near Buck Grove Mr and Mrs John Sipse spent Mon day night withIr and Mrs Jim Foushee of Hill Grove News was received on August 9 of the death of Wm Burch at his home in Gufiton Mr Burch leaves a wife and two small children mother one brother and one sister Mrs D S Roberts of West Point to mourn his loss Mr Bursh had typhoid fever and suffered for several weeks Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett spent Monday night with Mrs Chas Price Brandenburg and attended the show School opened at Black Jack on the 12th Miss Cynthia Macintire of Sa lem is teacher W H Shacklett returned to his home in Louisville after a visit to his brother A W Shacklett Mesdames Lora Downs Mary Lamb and Lizzie Brown spent Thursday with Mrs Dr Hardesty Miss Ora Hardesty who has typhoid fever is doing nicely Sunday School Workers The State Sunday School Conventions to be held at Madisonville August 27 28 29 Mr Marion Lawrence and wnailiFnlIf 1 4IIt 1 Dr William Bryon Forbush are to be present and will give an address at every session Every school is entitled to one delegate for every 100 or fraction thereof enrolled All delegates are entertained 1 and every one must have I credentials from one of county officers So now let every school select one a- more delegates to attend this splendid convention and if any delegates wish contribute something to the work please turn it over to one of county officers Now let no one fail to attend ii possible Endorsed By The County The most popular remedyin Otsegi County and the best friend to my family writes Wm M Dietz editor of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsville NY is Dr Kings New Discovery It bas proved to be an infallible cure for cough und colds making short work of the worse of them We always keep a 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 Seven Drug Co Price 50c and f100 Trial bottle free Henderson Route Notes Special Niagara Falls Excursion Sea son 1907 Dates of sale July 2530 and Angus 1017 Fare from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return good for 12 days including date of sale will be 1350 These tickets will be sold for certain trains only on above dates for particulars call at the office Masonic Picnic ClbVefbofil August 22 Reduced rates to Cloverport and return from all points between Rowan and Owensboro inclusive 100 round- trip from branch points Special train leaves Fordsville 600 a m returning leaves Cloverport 600 p m same day Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all traius Sunday Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Atlantic City Excursions August 1 8 15 f1925 round trip from Cloverport Call at the office this city for information Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Acquit Themselves With Credit At the fifth annual commencement of the Daviess county public scbools held August 9 two former Breckenridge county young ladies were active participants in the oratorical contest They were Miss Jennie Tinius daughte of Mr and Mrs Jesse Tinius Hnd Miss Emma Hawkins These young ladies were very proficient in their studies and the thorcugh manner in which they handled their subjects won favorablr comment from their hearers GIRL BABYS AWFUL ECZEMA Sight of Eye Destroyed by Disease Tried Five Doctors but Grew WorseIn Agony Eight Months Parents Discouraged Until They Tried Cuticura Remedies IN ONE WEEK ALL SORES DISAPPEARED II Our little girl ono year and a half old was taken with eczema or that was what tho doctor said it was We called in the family doctor and ho gave some tablets and said she would be aU right in a few days The eczema grew worse and wo called in doctor No2 Ho said she was teething as soon as tho teeth were through site would bo all right But she still grew worse Doctor No3 said it was eczema By this time she was nothing but a yellow greenish soro Well ho said ho could help her so wo let him try it about a week One morning we discovered a little yellow pimple on ono of her eyes Of course we phoned for doctor No3 He came over and looked her anything take her to some eye specialist since it Oswegotosight was gone but that he could help it- t We thought we would try doctor No5 Well that proved tho same only ho charged SIO more than doctor No4Wo were nearly discouraged I saw ono of the Cuticura advertisements in trythepurchased a set of Cuticura Remedies which cost me SI and in three days our daughter who had been sick about eight months showed great improvement and in one week all sores had dis appeared Of course it could not restore tho eyesight but if wo had used Cuticura in time I am confident that it would have saved tho eye We think there is no remedy so good for any skin troublo or impurity of the blood as Cuticura Mr and Mrs Frank Abbott H F D No9 Fulton Oswego Co N Y August If WOO1 Complete External and lateral Treatment for Every Humor of Inlanu Children and Adults eoniliU ot Cutleura Soap 25c to Cleanse the andZuticurauanneoimtbecthe formoChkoeo- Isle Coated Pats 25e per rial ot 60 to Purity the Blood Sold throughout the world Potter Drug ft Chem Corp Sole Props Boston Maw wr 1U1M4 Free On Rumor ot eta u4 Scalp WIAI Rl I 1f WI UlU IU UU U JI v Closing Out I I SALEWe 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 Cutleryi Queensware Tinware Harness Farm Tools Hardware t of all kinds We also carry a general line of Groceries Our Paints are of a superior quality Beautify your home with a fresh coat of it I Ames Buggies and Runabouts R M SONS Irvington Kentucky WUM KodolFor Sale by sill Druggists 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 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 j weJ i 11 t fR PAINTS JOLLY FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT BcbhWe IIUaPAlllID GrandviewYCadick Milling a- rISIlfiIjfSjlfSJIrsflBJjfSJIJB ltLWM CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY IWe estimates material have roofing from IOur FDuroc Jersey Hogs and Fine Sheep for 1 Sale Southdowns I and Shropshire Rams Get your order before they I E P HARDAWAYIr- vlHftan Ky iIIAJ Relieves Indlcestlon Sour Stomach BelchinzofOas sto t d f E C fJBm Wherever Used I your next barrel When or you flour try Cadicks buyIIDust Flour Its stands excellence in line and it will find home with you IJ1 It is sure to give satisfaction to every Ipurchaser who desires good reliable brand aIflour A trial is we ask II Co GREGORY have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and for buildings Our Mill Work is of good and best workmanship and prices are reasonable We several grades of at prices to 325 per square best Ruberiod will last as long as the building K M i in are sold I Z 1 1id t + v Y w for a all our 1 i at i Farm For Sale i 82 34 acres lying on Clover Creek 1 34 miles Southeast of Cloverport For particulars address W L NOELL jCloyerport Ky 2 Subscribe For The Newsy r ERSONAL AND LOCAL j no Burns spent Saturday in Owens ro Miss Martha Willis went to Louisville onday Tnt Springs post cards for sale at the BWS office Miss Jane Smith is thegueit of friends iCincljnati Mrs Lillian Parker went to Louis lie Saturday Tar Springs postcards for sale ate News office Miss Katie Wroe is the guest of ends in Tell City Cbas FAllon is visiting Mr Claude laldwin at Owensboro Miss Clair Jolly of Irvington is the liest of Miss Grace Plank Miss Adrain Martin of Martinsdale s visiting Miss Ola Fallon J Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad have re urned from a visit to Niagara Falls i Mrs Chambley of Mississippi is the uest of Mr and Mrs Ben Ridgeway Mrs James Randellof Louisvillehas een the guest of Miss Rebecca Willis Miss Annie Mabel Kramer and Miss- a Kramer are visiting in Evansville F Flrs Chas Lightfoot has returned rom a visit to her mother at Sorgho Mrs Conrad Sippel and children are siting relatives at German Ridge nd Mr and Mrs D Stuart Miller and Daughter Sarah are visiting in Owens oro Miss Anna Katherine Ostrander of Worth In I is the guest of Mrs John RossTwo daughters of Mr Thomas Good ey near Tar Springs are ill of malaria fever Miss Mary White of Louisville has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank i English MissNannie McPhersonof Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Wm LynchR Newsom has erected a full length portico to his dwelling on Second streetMrs Emma Moredock of Louisville is the guest of her mother Mrs Frances SawyerMr Lewis of Bedford Ind was visiting relatives in this county last week Y C W Kasey of Rosetta has a good position with the chain works at West Point Ky I Mrs H C Pate and Miss Carrie Pate have been in Owensboro attending the Chautauqua Mrs Nannie Wathen and Mr Z S Taylor will spend this week in Branden burg on business J D Taul and wife of Jolly Station were guests of Mr and Mrs J M Mullen last week Master Samuel Edward Conrad who has been ill for the last seven weeks is very much improved Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky The Golden Rule Baud will give an ice cream supper at the Presbyterian church Thursday night Mr Bob Mattingly of Owensboro has returnedafter a ten days visit to his brother Mr 0 B Mattingly Sherman Ball returned to his home at Hardinsburg Saturday after spending several days on business in this city i Miss Susette Whitehouse of Birk City will arrive here next week to be the guest of Miss Nellie Whitehouse MreFrauk Sterett and daughter Miss 4 4Jessie or Charleston Mo are the T guests of Mr and Mrs John C Jarboe Mrs Joe Ball of McQuady is visiting her sisters Mrs 0 B Mattingly and Mrs Julia Wood and brother Mr C L PateMrs s J H Wills and Miss Gense Wills have returned home from Columbus Ohio after a visit to Mrs LoydRollie Fallon left Monday for Seeley ville Ind after a visit to his parents in this city Mr Fallon spent the most of his vacation at Nigara Falls Wallace Babbage was appointed delegate from the Methodist church f to the State Sunday School Convention- to be held at Madisonville Aug 25 Mr and Mrs J M Mullen will leave next week for Enid Okla for a visit of several weeks to relatives Mr Mullen his land interests at Enid Engraved cards at News office Plate and 50 cards 1 Rev Edwin Graves will conduct ser vices at the Presbyterian church Sun dayMiss Rose Agnew returned home yes terday from a visit of several months to relatives in Texas- Announcement has been received of the arrival of a daughter Louise Henning at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Marsh in New York Mr and Mrs Wm Gnau of Owens boro Mr and Mrs Jones of Chicago and Mr Vans Arsdale of Florida are guests at the Tar Springs James D Chapin has sold his lot and house on the turnpike road just above the old Fisher homestead to Cassie Weath erholt Consideration 225 Mr and Mrs Eli Gregory of Central Cityand Cleyburn Gregoryof Hender son were the guests of Mr and Mrs Higdon at Lewisport Sunday Mr and Mrs R M C Hasford and daughter Miss Jean Hislord of Hop kinsville will arrive next week to visit Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Miss Stella Weatherholt has been spending her vacation with relatives in Louisville Her position in J C Nolte Bros store during her absence was filled by her sister Miss Cleona WeatherholtMrs Reid and children have returned home from Bucyrus Ohio where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Reid During their visit they spent several days at Cedar Point on Lake Michigan Mrs Chas Hall left yesterday for New Orleans Ln enroute to Cleyburn Texas where she will visit Mrs Sophia Ryan Mrs Hall will also spend sev eral days in Marshall Texas the guest of Mrs Eugene Reynolds The new parsonage will be ready for occupancy September 1 It will be oc cupied Ihen l y Rev B M Currie and family Mrs Currie and children who have been spending several weeks with relatives in Tennessee will return when the parsonage is completed Shapinsky Bros have decided to continue their clearance sale a few days and are offering some rare bargains to close out summer goods They give a special Invitation to the people in town on Barbecue day to make their store headquarters and see the many bargains In all summer merchandise- Mr and Mrs Hovius Behen left Monday morning for a trip through the Western States to be gone several weeks Their trip will include all the principal cities along the Pacific Coast Salt Lake City Colorado Springs and other points of interest to tourtsts will be included in their itinerary TilE TEXAS WONDLR Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimoQials Ties and Timber Wanted The Indiana Tie Co have a large plant in Evansville for treating Rail road ties by which process Tiny class of timber is made as servicable as white oak They arc wanting ties and timber tracts near rail road or river Address them at Evansville Ind or F E Matheny Stephensport Ky The way to get rid of a cold whether it be a bad coldor just a little one is to get it out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates and acts gently on the bowels Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists Labor Wanted Wages 150 per day Steady em ployment Apply to Miller Brick and Tile Plant Cloverport Ky Notice Commencing July 1 storage charge will be assessed against freight shipments held over 48 hours- F D Ferry Agent Miss Eva May Solicits To My Friends I have entered the Louisville Herald contest for the capital prize of 1500 and will appreciate the assistance of my friends in subscriptions to the paper especially this week as all subscriptions double their votes Eva May- Cloverport Ky OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 000006 z RicketsSimply 0 the visible sign that babys tiny bones fr are not forming rapidly enough a- Lack nourishment is the cause 0 Scott s Emulsion nourishes babys entire system Stimulates and makes bone Exactly what baby needs ALL DRUOCISTSi lie AND shed HOMOOOOOO A DEATH AT PATESVILLE Mrs William Corley Succumbs to Illness Other News Notes of Patesville Mrs David Clark is ill Mrs Port Marlowe was ill for a few daysThe Dookery show gave a perform ance here Monday evening Perry Arbra was in Hawesville Thurs day on business Samuel Clarkof near this place has been quite ill for several days Alex Powers of Dukes was the guest of T G Lynch and family Sunday Mrs Ei N Dean and son Elias of Tell City are visiting relatives at this placeMrs Horace Newton and son Johni i i of Cloverport were the guests of rela tives here Friday- A V Day our bread and ice man was in Cloverport Friday for a fresh supply W J Fawver the jeweler and his sister Miss Nell were in Cloverport Thursday shopping- Mr and Mrs W H Lynch of Clover port were the guests of relatives here a few days of last week Miss Flora Newbury of Dukes spent a few days of last week here the guest of Miss Tula Lamb R W Hatfield of Owensboro spentII Friday and Saturday here the guest of relatives Wm Arbra and wife and Dink Clark and wife of Midway were the guests of relatives at this place Friday Mr and Mrs Jess Pulliam and little daughter Lowla spent Sunday at Dukes the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas CahalMr and Mrs Jerry Basham and daughters Misses Carrie and Pearl of Dukes attended the funeral services of Mrs Corley Fiday Miss Anna Lamb and sister Mrs Etta Marlowe are visiting Mr and Mrs Jess Staples of near Owensboro- Mr Day and daughter of Whites ville were the guests of his son A V Day and lamily Saturday and Sunday Messrs Forrest Dean and Porter Bradshaw of Tell City attended the funeral services of their cousin Mrs Ola Corley Friday Mesdames Lillie Arbra and Jess Staples of near Owensboro spent a few days with friends and relatives of this placeMiss Dora Stephens and little sister Gertrude of Hawesville spent several days of last week with their sister Mrs Wm Powers Thos Shaw and family who have been visiting their parents and other relatives of this place returned to their home at Bolds Spring Tenn Tuesday On Thursday evening August 8 the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs David Clark and took from them their only child Mrs Ola Ccrley nee Miss Ola Clark wife of Wm H Corley She had teen quite ill for several weeks of stomach trouble and all medical aid was unable to restore her again to health Mrs Corley was one of Hancock coun tys bright intelligent school teachers for several years up until about one year ago when she married Mr Corley and they then settled down to house keeping at this place Her death was a shock to her many friends as she was a sweet woman and loved byall who knew her Funeral services were held the day following at 2 p m at the 11 E church and interment was in the Baker cemetery De Witts Little Early Risers are good for any one who needs a pill They are small sale sure little pills that do no Sripe or sicken Sold by all druggists Why you should have a Bank Account FirstIt enables yon to pay your bills by checkSecondIt is conductive to system iin your affairs ThirdIt will help your credit and bring you into contact with the best business men of the community- We solicit your account BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky The News tf a year Mica Axle Grease Helps the Wagon up the Hill The load seems lighter Wagon and team wear longerYou make moro money and have more time to make money when wheels are greased wit- hMica Axle Grease The longest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in the world STANDARD OIL CO MrperaW + + II Wants1L r file of letters belonging to X S LTaylor Enid Oklahoma Finder please return to the News ofllco OUNIA ladles silk umbrella which the owner can have by proving property and paying for this notice J H Rowland FOIL SALEEastman Kodak Cameras 19 to News Office Cloverport Ky V- p R SALESeholarshlp In Bowling Green Business University good for any department in that Institution lireckenrldgo News SALEOno yoke cattle 3 years old well broke For further Information call on or write Tnos W Smith Stephensport Iy- UANTED50 stock hogs weighing from Hoard iirs Hard lnsburg Pon SALE Oood farm onefourth mile Basin Spring Ky contains 140 acres all level and In good state of cultlvu tion About onehalf In gru a 15 a res In Ural or young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds gyring and cistern Good sevenroom house largo burn and plenty of IrvlnKtonKythe state A bargain for some one looking for a good home For further Information Sao or write Jno D Uabbagc Cloverport Ky FOIL SALE 106 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 16 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PUINTING Presses and Cutting nachinea lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EngInesMARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville KY LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE 150 acres of land situated near Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improve ments one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot ot good hickory and ash to sell Price 1500 For further Information write Jno n Babbage Cloverport Ky FUR SALE Book of Destiny fortune heel at News office Beautifully Bre- dDUROCJERSEY PIGSB- oth sex not akin by a fashion l lybr d son of the Grand Champion Boar of the world and also by a fashionably brea grandson of the Grand Champion Sow of the world Prices Slo to S15 each Heiiutlfullybred reglst red Shropshire ram lambs for saleM S KliE S53 Fifth St Louisville Ky r 1 t Old 1 f FurnitureLooksatt coat of f JJlliMB UKI UUIU ROK ICI Severs Drug Cott IJoJr yswIr WffJ d JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings T C Lewis Son Hardinsbure Ky r I 99 fIJ MEET ME AT NOL ES I III t Friends away from home would be IIp sOfthC iS I i c Public School c High WatersThe Lake Tar Springs Wl Resident Section fRiver Sqene f Old Kentuoky The Depot HomeII Morning Star LandinglID OhioL9lbPresbyterian Church rAnOld BridgeIIn addition t IComicsI THEMIII p IJ C Nolte fBroICloverport Ky b Stock of Goods IIand Storehouse FOR SALE fT want to close out our II WEstockof General Mer I chandise It is fresh and clean and E i bought only a short time ago Nor Iold goods or remnants This is a splendidopering for a party who wants to go into the general merchandise business Our salesc run from 12000 to 16000a c year C Will either sell or rent the house It is 30x100 feet and a j fine location C Reason for selling i is to windup the estate of the late 1 R M Jolly C Write or come 1 to see us = lR M JOLLY SONS 1 IRVINGTON KY n r 125 Branch LineJ Points To j 1 Louisville and Return- Via f The Henderson Route V Saturday August 24 A grand opportunity to visit beautiful Fon taine Ferry and the great White City Train Leaves Fordsville 6 30 a m Falls of Rough 1 16 Glendeaue 7 36 Hardinsburg 8 14 iHarned 8 24 iCfarfield 8 35aIrvington 9 05 Arrive Louisville 10 55 pm Returning leaves Louisville 6 00 p m FOR FULL INFORHATION ASK THE AGENT w iI SS J VT Y vi t A L V ry F c Sixth Masons Cream tbe n- ten nctW auc- U bJ- gLT D- Dam J One Carnival features and all kinds of = The Same Big Merry Plenty of Fun for All Bring Your Family and Friends BarbecueSIXfll The following prizes will be given by the following parties Bank 500 Bank of 500 Foundry and Machine Co 500 Seaton 500 Miller Brick Tile Co 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 and tickets callon or write to Severs Drug Co 2 25 West Point 125 x 125 Bartles 125 Rock Haven 125 Long branch 125 Guston 1 90 1i Irvington Webster 70 60 Mystic 45 J At Best looking Baby Under one year ofage First Prize M Hamman Son 750 Fulton GoCart Second Prize Severs Drug Co 500 Fine cake given away by the Home Bakery to the largest family present Fat Mans race 200 pounds or over 75 yards 500 Hat by Bros Box of Cigars by F T Heyser to closest guess on number of beans in pint jar Free for all foot race 100 yds 5 pr Shoes J C Nolte Bro Winchester Rifle given of Conrad Payne Co To the lady who sells the most dinner tickets 1st prize F Fraize Fine Silk Umbrella second prize OConnell Co Fine Lamp Louisville Howard 80 Lodiburg A Sample 40 Stephensport N30A- ddisoni 25 Holt 25 Skillman 25 Haw sville 35 Petrie 45 Adair 55 Lewisport 65 Waitman 75 Maceo 90 Pates 105 Owensboro 120 Tickets sold from city ticket officeonly Tickets sold on the 21st good for the 22nd only 4T 01 4T I I iANNUALIOATy jw7dctlJ Ct MASONS BARBECUE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY o THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1907 Adel PleasuresGalore AmusementsA Big gestof ofAll Goround ladies Popularity Contest Breckinridge Cloverport Cloverport Weatherholt particulars Prizes Baby Show goldnecklace Shapinsky Repeating away- Compliments Excursion RyRound Brandenburg115Ekron 100 Pointson Branch x100 fromLouisville On JoyfuluitsAll Holidaypradenteec t spar Plenty of Shade No Dust- Abundance offt t Pure Ice Water if heMJ E estdidi rcof One slH Yet 11- m i a Cannelton Commercial Brass Band of Twenty Pieces 3 bIo They Event 1 of the Year I N r Jr A LI j Ml TtfWy I SW V i v kAV pi Sixth Masons Carnival features kinds The Same Big Merry Goround Plenty Fun Bring Your Family and Friends BarbecueHSI3thI ANNUAL It Cream F MASONS BARBECUE litiorby Otptodni ELTBI edUtci amp the m CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY o One A dellgl- que 1HVRSDAY AUGUST 22 1907 oa y at rates ty1l PleasuresGalore and all of AmusementsA Big= I gest ofAll i of P for All Ladies Popularity Contest The following prizes will be given by the following parties Breckinridge Bank 500 Bank of Cloverport 500 Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co 500 Seaton Weatherholt 500 Miller Brick Tile Co 500 C Brabandt 1 dozen cabinet photos First Prize 20 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 Louisville Brandenburg115Ekron Lodiburg Prizes At Baby Show looking Baby Under ofage First Prize Hamman Fulton GoCart Second Prize Severs Drug 500 goldnecklace Fine cake given away by Home Bakery the largest family present Fat Mans pounds yards 500 by Shapinsky Bros Cigars by Heyser closest guess number beans pint Free for yds Shoes Nolte Winchester Repeating Rifle given away- Compliments of Conrad Payne Co To the lady who sells the most dinner tickets prize Fraize Fine Umbrella second prize OConnell Co Fine Lamp Excursion Rates L SteL RyI I Round Trips Trains 25 West Point 125r Howard 125 Bartles L 125 Rock Haven 125 Long branch 125 Guston 90 Irvington wa80W- ebster 70 60 Mystic 45 J Best one year M Son 750 Co the to race 200 or over 75 Hat Box of To to on of jar all foot race 100 5 pr J C Bro 1st F Silk H on All 100 A Pointson Branch 100 SampleI 40 Stephensport 30 Addison 25 Holta 25 Skillman 25 Hawesville 35 Petrie w45A- dair 55 Lewisport r 65 Waitman 75 riaceo 90 Pates 105 Owensboro 120 Tickets romLouisville sold from city ticket officeonly Tickets sold on the 21st good for the 22nd only 4 71 J4j Cll- Sixth AnnualEly IJC Masons Barbecue w carel caW away a old qulckIyH ana mot toe agent SOl u- JI G in 2 F in 011 allJoyful Holiday e c ort t- eper Plenty of Shade No Dust- Abundance w ofjj 81tr Pure Ice Water 4 t Thee M e Best ed rEdl One slH Yett i e m d Cannelton 1 Commercial Brass i Band k ofTwenty Pieces kJ btoTheEventI r of the Year CONFETTI T f c i asal CATARRHIn Elys Cnans Balm aensest soothes and heals the diseased membrane jtcmes catarrh and drives shay a cold In the head colcklyCrease Balm is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and li absorbed Relief li 1m sedl te and scare follows It Ila not drying does not prodnca sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug flits or by mall Trial Size 10 ants 2LT BROTHERS M Warren Sweet New York amestown Exposition Via AshevilleAnd Land of the Sky Withstopover privileges o One Way Return Another A delightful trip through the pictur que mountain country of North Caro oa at low rates For illustrated literte rates and full information write- y agentSOUTHERN RAILWAY HjHujgirfjrl D 1st Pass ARt W Louisvilles Ky tylishomfortable ailor made clothes All the latest patterns for uits and trousers in high rado fabrics Clothes nade y modern methods Fit guar nteed Moderate prices Ex crt tailors employed J H HUNSCHE spar May Co Cannelton Ind Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and grow faster than In any other safe way Write for our free Ixoklet N which tells all about how to Bank by Mall i safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay B percent Interest annually Our capital se cures you t Meal and Feed- Mortons Mill iVe have just put in e improved Corn and ed Mill re prepared to grinds furnish meal and feed short notice CARLES MORTONOwner i f Bile Poisonis a very b4 elect on your rye et It KMfden your stoaaach id digestive apparatus taints your 4 and uthsa constipation with all Its fearful Ills ilrprds llaGkDraught odbland toate liver regulator and purteriii tI the poisons caused lwi VMUy1 bite rod quickly elMes blUoua keadaehes dIzzIness of appetite nausea Indlges i constipation malaria chills i fever Jaundice nervousness lability melancholia lad all imess due to disordered liver It Is not a cathartic but a gentle bal liver llcldeKwhIch eases iihoutlrrltatinc Mce 26c at all Druggtot utt iI d THE LION AND THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN d Story American Life Novelized From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILL1NCHAM COMPANY 1 There was one other person in New York who that same morning had read the newspaper item regarding the Ry derRoberts betrothal and ho did not take the mutter so qalmly as Shirley had done On the contrary It had the effect of putting him into a violent rage This was Jefferson He was working In his studio when he read it and five minutes later he was tearing uptown to seek the author of it Ho understood Its object of course They wanted to force his hand to shame him into this marriage to so entangle him with the girl that no other alter native would be possible to an honora ble man It was a despicable trick and he had no doubt that his father was at the back of it tSo his mind now was fully made up lie would go away at once where they could not make his life a burden with this odious marriage which was fast becoming a nightmare to him He would close up Ills studlQ and leave immediately for Europe lIe would show his father once for nil that he was a man and ex pected to be treated as one On arriving home the first person he saw was the ubiquitous Mr Bagley who stood at the top of the first stair case giving some letters to the butler Jefferson cornered him at once holding out the newspaper containing the offending paragraph Say Bagley he cried what does this mean Is this any of your doing The English secretary gave his employers son a haughty stare and then without deigning to reply oL ever to glaucb ate newspaper JTontluued his instructions to the servant Here Jorklns get stamps for all these letters and see they are mailed at once They are very Important Very good sir The man took the letters and disap peared while Jefferson impatient repeated his question My doing sneered Mr Bagley Really Jefferson you go too far Do rou suppose for one instant that I would condescend to trouble myself with your affairs 7 Jefferson was in no mood to put up with insolence from any one especIal- ly from a man whom he heartily de spised so advancing menacingly he thunderedI were you In the discharge of your meniallike duties Instructed by my fattier to send that paragraph to the newspapers regarding my alleg ed betrothal to4MIss Roberts Yes or nod The man winced and made a step backward There was a gleam In the Ryder eye which he knew by experi ence boded no good Really Jefferson be said In a more conciliatory tone I know absolutely nothing about the paragraph This Is the first I hear of it Why not ask your father I will replied Jefferson grimly He was turning to go in the direct- Ion of the library when Bagley stop pedhimYou cannot possibly see him now he said Sergeant Ellison of the se cret service is In there with him and your father told me not to disturb him on any account He has another appointment at 3 oclock with some wo man who writes books Seeing that the fellow was in ear nest Jefferson did not resist He could see his fattier a little later or send him a message through his mother Proceeding upstairs bo found Mrs Ryder In her room and in a few energetic words he explained the situation to his mother They had gone too far with this matchmaking business he said his father was trying to Inter fere with his personal liberty and he was going to put a stop to it He would leave at once for Europe Mrs Ryder had already heard of the projected trip abroad so tho news of this sudden departuro was not the shock It might otherwise have been As Jefferson went downstairs some thing white on the carpet attracted his attention He stooped and picked it up It was a letter It was In Bagleys handwriting and had evidently been dropped by the man to whom the secretary had given It to post But what Interested Jefferson more than any thing else was that it was addressed to Miss Kate Roberts Under ordinary circumstances a kings ransom would not havo tempted the young man to read a letter addressed to another but he was convinced that his fathers sec retary was air adventurer and If he were carrying on an Intrigue in this manner It could have only one meaning It was his duty to unveil a rascal who was using the Ryder roof and name to further his own ends and victimize a girl who although sophist cated enough to know better was too silly to realize the risk she ran at the hands of an unscrupulous man Hesi opentheMy Dearest Wife That Is to BeI have Wednesdayust thobousa minister will marry us Then we will go to city ball anasget through the legal part of It Afterward we can catch the 4 oclock train for Buffalo Meet me In the ladles room at the Holland House Wednesday morning at Ua m 1 win come there with a closed cab Your devoted mzP- hawl Jpfterton whltttelJaNcloM1 A I shave this for Senator IlobertdLot- hought Ills that Iimpulse was to go upstairs again to his mother and put the matter In her hands She would immediately inform his father who would make short work of Mr Bagley But thought Jefferson why should he spoil a good thing He could afford to watt a day or two There was no hur ry lIe could allow Bagley to think all was going swimmingly and then un cover tho plot at the eleventh hour He would even let this letter go to Kate There was no difficulty in pro curing another envelope and imitating the handwriting and when Bagley was Just preparing to go to the rendezvous ho would spring the trap Such a cad deserved no mercy The scandal would be a knockout blow his father would discharge him on the spot and that would be the last they would see of the aristocratic English secretary Jefferson put the letter In his pocket and left the house rejoicing I wereIeluded in his library The great man bad come home earlier than usual for be had two Important callers to see by appointment that afternoon One was Sergeant Ellison who had to report on his mission to Massopequa the other was Miss Shirley Green the author of The American Octopus who had at last deigned to honor him with a visit Pending the arrival of these visitors the financier was busy with his secretary trying to get rid as rapidly as pos llble of what business and correspond ence there was on hand v The plutocrat was sitting at his desk poring over a mass of papers Between like teeth was the Inevitable long bincigar and when he raised his eyes to the light a close observer might have remarked that they were sea green a color they assumed when the man of millions was absorbed In scheming new business deals Every now and then he stopped rending the papers to make quick calculations on scraps of paper Then If the result pleased him a smile overspread his saturnine features lIe rose from his chair and nervously paced tbelloor as he always did when thinking deeply Five millions he muttered not n cent more If they wont sell well crush them Mr Bagley entered Mr Ryder look ed up quickly The Pain FamilyYou they are numerous and make their presence felt everywhere The names of the family are Head ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomach ache Neuralgia etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derangement of your system When the brain nerves become ex hausted or irritated Headache makes you miserable if the stomach nerves are weak in digestion results and you double up with pain and if the more prominent nerves are af fected Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do this The whole Pain family yield to their influence Harmless if taken as directed 1 And Dr Miles AntiPain Pills an excellent remedy for overcoming headache neuralgia and distressing pains of all sorts I have used them for the put seven years In this capacity with the best of results MRS JOE MERRILL Peru Ind Dr Miles AntNPaln Pills are sold by will guarantee thatdrugglltkwhOthe will benefit If It moneykl bulk I Miles Medical f Co Elkhart Ind I 4r ti Well fey ho said Interroga tively Has Sergeant Ellison come Yes sir But Mr Herts Is down stairs He Insists on seeing you about tho Philadelphia gas deal He says It Is a matter of life and death To him yes answered the finan cier drylyI Let him come up We might as well havo It out now Mr Bagley went out and returned al most Immediately followed by a short fat man rather loudly dressed and np oplectic In appearance Ho looked like a prosperous brewer while as a mat ter of fact he was president of a gas company one of the shrewdest promot ers In tho country and a big man In Wall street There was only one big ger man and that was John Ryder But today Mr Herts was not In good condition Ills face was pale and his manner fluttered anti nervous lie was plainly worried Mr Ryder he began with excited gesture the terms you offer are pre posterous It would mean disaster to the stockholders Our gas propel ties are worth six times that amount We will sell out for 20000000 not a cent lessRyder shrugged his shoulders Mr Herts he replied coolly I am busy today and In no mood for argue ing Well either buy you out or force you out Choose You have our offer Five millions for your gas property Will you take It5- Continued next week When a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose meanssickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime acoating of Dr Stoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at ourstore and be convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Drug Co In flemory In memory of little L D Hawkins in fant son of Richard and Lula Hawkins who died Sunday June 23 1907 aged seven months and eleven days We are sad and lonely today For U Is just one month since little L D went away Friday we visited your grave You wore tbu most precious gift God over Rave Could you have stayed with us our lives to cheer I know I could have loved you even dearer than when hero Rut then God knows best And will keep you safe In tho haven of rest Dear sweet little L D Wo miss your merry prattle and childish glee Many a time has your bright smiling face looked up In mine And your eyes no star In heaven could out shine I weep and mourn every day As I think In your silent grave you lay Sleeping so sweetly beneath the sod And resting BO happy In tho arms of God Sleep on dear sweet little soul- I would not call you back from that happy goal For you are better on time we by fur Happy little angel my guiding star nut In our home your presence we sadly miss When on your cold brow I pressed a kiss As In your little white cofflnyouso peacefully lay- Farewell dear babe till we meet some sweet day MOTHER N Eczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it proved to be better than anything she bad tried For sale by Severs Drug Co The Word at enver Denver Aug 9As soon as Tod came from Chicago that the operators In the Western Union office there had gone on strike at midnight a petition was started In circulation among the operators In the Western Union office In this city which approved of the action of the Chicago men and also stated that under no conditions would the local men work with nonunion operators in the Chicago or Los An geles offices- The Homilies0 Evening Sun has been purchased by the Evening Democrat price priva- teTOBINSPORT Deferred from last week- TOBINSPORT IND Mrs D R Biven and Mrs Marion Polk were baptized at the river Satur day afternoon Mrs Proctor Keith of Cloverport visited Miss Mabel England Wednesday and Thursday Miss Effie Weatherholt was in Clover port Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs George Zimmerman who have been visiting Miss Mabel England returned to their home at Cannelton Friday evening Mr and Mrs Andrew Hafile Mr and Mrs Theo Heck of Cannelton were guests of Mr and Mrs Hugh Weather holt Sunday Misses Marguerite Dorsey and Myrtle Leaf of Derby Ind visited at J W Lyons last week Mr Tom Groves was in Cannelton vF ii1L OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOlt spas qvqvqlt I11X3tOt auoq sajjBiu put sajBrnuitjcj tuajsAs ojpua s4tc1nq satisunou uotrintu r JOOp 0o asneo oip fuauiqsunou jolouII 0o t3noti3 Xjpidtea 8uuuoj sou 9jra 0o sauoq Xuji sXqcq JBIJJ u3is aiqisiA dip Xjdung 0 tOtq3IU 0- o Ia 0OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO Sunday on business Mr J S Winchell of Newkirk Okla who has been visiting relatives here returned home Saturday accompanied as far as Evansville by Mr and Mrs G W Winchell Rev L S Sanders filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun dayThe ice cream supper given at the schoolhouse Saturday night was quite RockportInd Owensboro bySeversu tS tB1 Cloverport Foundry r Machine Co I IIIII I I I III I PortaIII Gas and Gasolene Engines I If A and Complete Stock Plum tm bers Supplies Engine and Mill Sup lfl- 1flj plies Beltings Pulleys Hangers fIm III Grate Bars Hose Pumps Injectors lfl1 Roofing Guttering EtcISatisfaction GuaranteedIfaEstimates cheerfully furnished on apetIm 8plication or write us IbuyingelsewhereI I over IMachineII- II I IICloverport KentuckyI jIIIImMlJ i1 FACTS IN FEW LINES The Iron mines of Australia have been officially estimated to contain over BO000000 tons of ore Education In India Is advancing In Bengal the governments expenditure under this head last year was f3ttii 110 The gifts of Christian In the United States toward various phllun throphles totaled last y nr more than 287000000The of the world are numbered at seventytwo making use of 4000 different tongues There nre about 1000 religions Flsbgimrd the new Welsh port of the Great Western railway is 115 miles nearer New York than Llvcrpcw and llftyflve miles nearer than Plym outhThe brigand chief Andreas lender of the baud which kidnapped Baron von Heeuistra near Smyrna Is reported to have tiled from at the time of his capture Switzerland Is beginning to feel1 the unrest now prevalent In ninny parts of Europe and In many of the strong Protestant cantons the separation of church and state Is being vigorously agitated For a Sprained Ankle A sprained ankle may be cured in bout onethird the time usually re quired by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and giving it absolute rest For sale by Severs Drug Co oOJ b oc a financial success Net proceeds were 11875Mr Mrs Fanny Finch and children of are visiting relatives here this week Dont be afraid to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to your children It contains no opium or other harmful Full of Tin See t people wounds received WeakKidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Serves The Kidneys like the Heart and the Stomach find their weakness not In the organ itself but IIn the nerves that control and guide and strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative a medicine specifically prepared to roach these controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alone b futile It is a waste of time and of money as well If your back aches or Is weak If the urine scalds or Is dark and strong If you have symptoms of Blights or other distressing or dangerous kid hey disease try Dr Shoops Restorative a month Tablets or Liquid and see what It can and will doforyou Druggist recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative GREAT Summer Discountnow on atDraughons Practical Business Col loges Evansville and Paducah POSITIONS secured or money back May If prefer take lessons BY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost or board etc Write for catalogue and11 Summer Discount Card BrasgkMs P L College Co Incorporated I T 1 T f 1Tasal ICATARRHla Elys Cream Balm dome soothes and heals the diseased membrane It core catarrh and drives away a cold In the heat nnicklr Cream Balm li placed into the nostrils iprtadi- tr the membrane and la absorbed Relief li Im- edlate and cure follow It Ila not drying does sot produce tae zlng wEe Size 60 cents at Drug flits or by fail Trial Size 10 cents gLT BBOTHKBS 66 Warren Sheet New York amestownI Exposition Via AshevilleAnd Land of the Sky With stopover privileges o One WaYReturn Another A delightful trip through the pictur que mountain country of North Caro na at low rates Forillustrated lItera- e rates and full information write- y agentSOUTHERN RAILWAY j Hug rfJr I D 1st Pass Agt V Loulsvilles Ky tylishomfortable ailor made clothes All the latest patterns for uits and trousers in high rado fabrics Clothes made y modern methods Fit guar nteed Moderate prices Ex tort tailors employed J H HUNSCHE spar May Co Cannelton Ind Put Your Money whore It will grow under your own control and grow taster than In any other sat way Write for our free booklet N which tells all about how to Dank by Mall i safely and conveniently tram any part of tho State We pay 5 percent Interest annually Our capital se cures you Meal and Feed- Mortons Mill- e have just put in e improved Corn and ed rvfill rep prepared to grind t d furnish meal and feed short notice tfARLES MORTON Owner 1 BilePoison syJid dJcesttr apparatus taints your lood1 and anal constipation with all Ito fearful ills iWfords llackDraughtW- ik bland toafe liver regulator and purMv1Iit the poisons caused vtrsappy ef bile and quickly res bllloua twadaches dizziness Si of appetite nausea Indlges constipation malaria chills E fever jaundice nervousness liability melancholia find all icness due to disordered liver It is not a cathartic but a gentle bal liver medlcmowblch h eases a shout Irritating tRice 2Sc at all Druffctot I H THE LION AND THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN A Story tf American Lift Novelized From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOff COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINCHAM COMPANY II There was one other person in New York who that same morning had read the newspaper Item regarding the Ry derRoberts betrothal and bo did not take the matter so Calmly as Shirley had done On the contrary it had the effect of putting him into a violent rage This was Jefferson Ho was working in his studio when he read It and five minutes later he was tearing uptown to seek the author of it He understood its object of course They wanted to force his hand to shame him Into this marriage to so entangle him with the girl that no other alter native would be possible to an honora ble man It was n despicable trick and he had no doubt that his father was at the back of it eSo his mind now was fully made up lie would go away at once where they could not make his life a burden with this odious marriage which was fast becoming a nightmare to him He would close up his studio and leave immediately for Europe He would show his father once for all that ho was a man and expected to be treated as one On arriving home the first person ho saw was the ubiquitous Mr Bagley who stood at the top of the first stair case giving some letters to the butler Jefferson cornered him at once hold ing out the newspaper containing the offending paragraph Say Bagley he ctled what does this mean Is this any of your doing The English secretary gave his employers son a haughty stare and then without deigningi to reply o Leven to Tglanc2instructions to the servant Here Jorklns get stamps for all these letters and see they are mailed at once They are very Important Very good sir The man took the letters and disap peared while Jefferson impatient repeated his question My doing sneered Mr Bagley Really Jefferson you go too far Do rou suppose for one instant that I would condescend to trouble myself with your affairs Jefferson was In no mood to put up with insolence from any one especially from a man whom he heartily despised so advancing menacingly he thunderedI were you In the discharge of your meniallike duties Instructed by my father to send that paragraph to the newspapers regarding my alleg ed betrothal to Miss Roberts Yes or ncrt The man winced and made a step backward There was a gleam in the Ryder eye which he knew by experi ence boded no good Really Jefferson ho said In a more conciliatory tone I know absolutely nothing about the paragraph This is the first I hear of It Why not ask your father I will replied Jefferson grimly He was turning to go in the direction of the library when Bagley stop pedhimYou cannot possibly see him now he said Sergeant Ellison of the se cret service Is In there with him and your father told me not to disturb him on any account He has another ap pointment at 3 oclock with some wo man who writes books Seeing that the fellow was In ear nest Jefferson did not resist He could see his father a little later or send him a message through his mother Proceeding upstairs he found Mrs Ryder In her room and in a few energetic words he explained the situation to his mother They bad gone too far with this matchmaking business he said his father was trying to Inter fere with his personal liberty and ha was going to put a stop to it He would leave at once for Europe Mrs Ryder had already heard of the project ed trip abroad so the news of this sudden departure was not the shock It might otherwise have been As Jefferson went downstairs some thing white on the carpet attracted his attention He stooped and picked It up It was a letter It was in Bagleys handwriting and had evidently been dropped by the man to whom the secretary had given It to post But what Interested Jefferson more than any thing else was that it was addressed to Miss Kato Roberts Under ordinary circumstances a kings ransom would not have tempted the young man to read a letter addressed to another but he was convinced that his fathers sec retary was air adventurer apd If he were carrying on an Intrigue in this manner it could have only one mean ing It was his duty to unveil a rascal who was using the Ryder roof and name to further his own ends and victimize a girl who although sophist catod enough to know better was too silly to realize the risk she ran at the hands ot an unscrupulous man Hesi opentheMy Dearest Wife That Is to DoI have Wednesdaylust thehousea minister will marry us Then we will go to city hall anoXget through the legal thelthe ladles room at the Holland House Wednesday niorrtngatU a m 1 will come there with a closed cab Your de voted i FltZ bewJJeffn Whl t 1i 1080 a urn 4 I shave this for Senior HoBcrbJTI6 thought Ills first lImpulse was to go upstairs again to his mother and put the matter In her hands She would Immediately inform his father who would make short work of Mr Bagley But thought Jefferson why should ho spoil a good thing He could afford to wait a day or two There was no hur ry He could allow Bagley to think all was going swimmingly and then un cover the plot at the eleventh hour He would even let this letter go to Kate There was no difficulty in pro curing another envelope and imitating the handwriting and when Bagley was just preparing to go to the rendez vows he would spring the trap Such a cad deserved no mercy The scandal would be a knockout blow his father would discharge him on the spot and that would be the last they would see of the aristocratic English secretary Jefferson put the letter In his pocket and left the house rejoicing wereIhappeningI eluded In his library The great man bad come home earlier than usual for he had two Important callers to see by appointment that afternoon One was Sergeant Ellison who had to report on his mission to Massapequa the other was Miss Shirley Green the author of The American Octopus who had at last deigned to honor him with a visit Pending the arrival of these visitors the financier was busy with his secretary trying to get rid as rapidly as pos sible of what business and correspondence there was on hand v The plutocrat was sitting at his desk poring over a mass of papers Between his teeth was the Inevitable long bin v cigar and when he raised his eyes to the light a close observer might have remarked that they were sea green a color they assumed when the man of millions was absorbed In scheming new business deals Every now and then he stopped reading the papers to make quick calculations on scraps of paper Then If the result pleased him a smile overspread his saturnine fea tures lIe rose from his chair and nervously paced hefloor as he always did when thinking deeply Five millions he muttered not a cent more If they wont sell well crush them Mr Bagley entered Mr Ryder looker up quickly The Pain Family You know them = they are numerous and make their presence felt everywhere The names of the family are Head ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomach ache Neuralgia etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derangement of your system When the brain nerves become exhausted or irritated Headache makes you miserable = if the stomach nerves are weak in digestion results and you double up with pain and if the more prominent nerves are af fected Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do this The whole Pain family yield to their influence Harmless if taken as directed 1 find Dr Miles AntiPain Pills an excellent remedy for overcoming headache neuralgia and distressing pains ef all sorts I have used them for the past seven years In this capacity with the best of results MRS JOE MERRILL Peru Ind Dr Miles AntNPaln Pills are sold by yeur druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit If It moneylhfeI bulk I I IndIlr 1 Well TJogley ho said interroga tively Has Sergeant Ellison come Yes sir But Mr Herts Is down stairs He Insists on seeing you about the Philadelphia gas deal lie says It Is a matter of life and death To him yes answered the finan cier drylyI Let him come up We might as well have It out now Mr Bagley went out and returned al ahortlatoplectic In appearance Ho looked like a prosperous brewer while as a mat ter of facti he was president of a gas company one of the shrewdest promot ers In the country and a big man In Wall street There was only one big ger man and that was John Ryder But today Mr Herts was not In good condition Ills face was pale and his manner flustered and nervous lIe was plainly worried Mr Ryder he began with excited gesture the terms you offer are preposterous It would mean disaster to the stockholders Our gas propel le8 are worth six times that amount We will sell out for 20000000 not a cent lessRyder shrugged his shoulders Mr Herts he replied coolly I amI busy today and In no mood for argu- Ing Well either buy you out or force you out Choose You hove our offer Five millions for your gas property Will you take It- Continued next week When a dogs nose is cold and moist that dogis not sick A feverish dry nose meanssickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime acoating of Dr Sloops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Drug Co In flemory In memory of little L DHawkins in fant son of Richard and Lula Hawkins who died Sunday June 23 1907 aged seven months and eleven days We are sad and lonely today For Ic Is just one month since little L D wont away Friday we visited your grave You wore the most precious Rift God over RItVO Could you have stayed with us our lives to cheer I know I could have loved you even dearer than when hero But then God knows best And will keep you safe In the haven of rest Dear sweet little L D We miss your merry prattle and childish glee Many a time has your bright smiling fag e looked up In mine And your eyes no star In heaven could out shine I weep and mourn every day As I think In your silent grave you lay Sleeping so sweetly beneath the sod And resting so happy In the arms of God Sleep on dear sweet little soul I would not call you back from that happy goal For you are better off than we by tar Happy little angel my guiding star Hut In our home your presence we sadly miss When on your cold brow 1 pressed a kiss As In your little white co Rlnyouso peacefully lay- Farewell dear babe till we meet some sweet day MOTHER N Eczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife bad something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it proved to be better than anything she bad tried For sale by Severs Drug Co The Word at Ssnver Denver Aug 9As soon as word came from Chicago that the operators In the Western Union office there had gone on strike at midnight a petition was started In circulation among the operators In the Western Union office In this city which approved of the action of the Chicago men and also stated that under no conditions would the local men work with nonunion operators in the Chicago or Los Angeles office The Hamilton 0 Evening Sun has been purchased by the Evening Democrat price priva- teTOBINSPORT Deferred from last week- TOBINSPORT IND Mrs D R Biven and Mrs Marion Polk were baptized at the river Satur day afternoon Mrs Proctor Keith of Cloverport visited Miss Mabel England Wednesday and Thursday Miss Eflie Weatherholt was in Clover port Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs George Zimmerman who have been visiting Miss Mabel England returned to their home at Cannelton Friday evening Mr and Mrs Andrew Hafile Mr and Mrs Theo Heck of Cannelton were guests of Mr and Mrs Hugh Weather holt Sunday Misses Marguerite Dorsey and Myrtle Leaf of Derby Ind visited at J WII Lyons last week Mr Tom Groves was in Cannelton OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO writ aNY soa s sro nua TIV II0spaau qlq1UIM Xpoxnrj 0 auoq salraw puf sa1UDtu1Swa1S S aaquao s5Atpqsagsl nou uorrp2ULJ st oas 0 0tOt0 sauoq U1 secgeq 1ttpu2s algisln gq1 Laduns 0g OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO Sunday on business Mr J S WincheU of Newkirk Okla who has been visiting relatives here returned home Saturday accompanied as far as Evansville by Mr and Mrs G W Winchell Rev L S Sanders filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun dayThe ice cream supper given at the schoolhouse Saturday night was quite proceeds Remedy bySeversh Cloverport Foundry I Machine Co1 I I For all kinds of Foundry I I Machine BoilerElectrical I I Tin Galvanized and Sheet I Iron Work vg N N v I I I I III I IISaw Mill Stationery PortaI ble Traction Marine Steam I 1 Gas and Gasolene Engines I inO I tfNJtM plies Beltings Pulleys Hangers tIm Grate Bars Hose Pumps Injectors ITin Roofing Guttering EtcII Satisfaction Estimates Guaranteed furnished I iiiIIbuyingelsewhereI Cloverport Foundry and IMachme Co I ICloverport KentuckyIIMJJIIIiI JliI reJjmBmmmJ FACTS IN FEW LINES The Iron mines of Australia have been ofllclally estimated to contain over 50000000 tons of ore Education In India Is advancing In Bengal the governments expenditure under this head last year was 3071 110 The gifts of Christian people In the United States toward various phllan thruphlcs totaled lust y ir more than 287000000The of the world are numbered at seventytwo making ue of 4000 different tongues There are about 1000 religions Flshguard the new Welsh port of the Great Western railway Is 115 miles nearer New York than Liveraijd fiftyfive miles nearer than Plym outh The brigand chief Andreas leader of the baud which kidnapped Baron you Hcemstra near Smyrna Is re ported to have died from wounds re ceived at the time of his capture Switzerland Is beginning to feel tin unrest now prevalent In ninny parts of Europe and In many of the strong Protestant cantons the separation of ciurcli und state is being vigorously agitated For a Sprained Ankle A sprained ankle may be cured in bout onethird the time usually required by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and giving it absolute rest For sale by Severs Drug Co A a financial success Net were 11875Mr Banty Hayden of Rockport Ind is visiting relatives here Mrs Fanny Finch and children of Owensboro are visiting relatives here this week Dont be afraid to give Chamberlains Cough to your children It contains no opium or other harmful WeakKidneys IWeak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Kerves The Kidneys like the Heart and the Stomach End their weakness not in the organ itself but In the nerves that control and guide and strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative U a medicine specifically prepared to roach these controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alone Is futile It Is a waste of time and of money ai wellIf your back aches or Is weak If the urine scalds or Is dark and strong If you have symptoms of Brlghts or other distressing or dangerous kid nay disease try Dr Shoops Restorative a month Tablets or Liquid and see what It can and will to for you Druggist recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative GREAT Summer Discountnowon- atDrauRbonsPrnctlcalBuslncss Col loges Kvansvllle and Paducah POSITIONS secured or money back May 1C prefer take lessons BY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost of board etc Write for catalogue anduSummer Discount Card B College Co Incorporated n n i r ir KENTUCKY LEADS IN TOBACCO- AGRICULTURALET INFORMATION Washington Aug 9Tho Ag ricultural Department has just published a mass of statistical and other information regarding ag ricultural matters in Kentucky and other States of the Union and throughout the world Most pi the data relates to crops etc ir 1006 but some of it is of more recent date It is shown that Kentucky leads in tobacco having twice the ac rage in that crop and several times as largo a crop as North Carolina her nearest competitor has The Kentucky acreage ir tobacco in 1906 was 290000 anc the average yield of tobacco poi acre was 870 pounds The total productioni was 25230000 pounds which brought an average farm price on December 1 last oi 77 cents and an average farm value on the dame date of 19 427100 This was more that twice as much us the value oi Ohio tobacco which was 8 500000Over 3000000 acres in Ken tucky wore sown in corn last year and over a hundred million bushels of the grain were produced oc that land the average wield per acre being 33 bushels This Ken tucky crop had a value of 44 283098 On March 1 1907 about 47500000 bushels of the 1906 corn crop was still in the hands of Kentucky farmers the exact per contage being 45 Over 12500 shippedfromThe average value per acre of the Kentucky corn crop on December 1 last year was 1386 the average farm price per bushel on that date being 42 cents The total production of wheat in Kentucky last year was 11545 598 bushels which was raised on 518324 acres of land and was worthnearly 8500000 All of this was winter wheat of which the average yield per acre was 141 bushels the average value per acre 1029 and the average farm price on December 1 1906 was 73 cents Other Kentucky crops made a- goad showing last year as will be soon from the following figures Production Value Ot bu4430354 1683535 Barley bu 17498 9624 Rye bu 162260 113582 Potatoes bu 2848352 1737495 Hay tons 603723 7999330 In tho matter of houses that product in which Kentucky excels the Bluegrass State on the surface appears to be behind some other States but it maybe taken for granted that what she loses in quantity she more than niakos up in quality The total number of horses in Kentucky on January 1 1907 according to the Agricultural Department was 887327 which were priced at 97 per head on the average and had n totalI farm value of 37679162 Of muos Kentucky had 198850 ait the beginning of this year which wore valued at 109 each or 21638928 in all Kentucky farmers also own a large number of cattle These in cluded on January 1 last 402000 milch cows worth 28 a piece or 1256000 in the aggregate 736 WINCHESTER Brush Shells For Bird Shooting These shells make a big open pattern at ranges most birds are shot With them you can use your duck or trap gun for field shooting with out mutilating the game They are loaded in Leader and Repeater grades Your dealer can get them for you GET WINCHESTER SHELLS ACCEPT NO OTHERS 250 other cattle valued at 18 each or 129727lp altogether and 1060000 sheep of an averagee value of 422 each anda total farm value of 4478500 The total number of sheep giv on above differs greatly from the number in Kentucky producing wool as estimated by the Nationa Association of Wool Manufac turers This latter number was on April 11 1906 575 000 Th average weight of wool per fleece according to the same authority was 475 pounds The percentage e of shrinkage in Kentucky woo product last year was 38 The total amount of washed and un washed was 2731250 pounds while the amount of wool scourer poundsKentuckians 1213001 hogs last year the average farn price of which on January 1 1907 was 6 and their total farm value 7250000A of legal weights pe bushel of various products in the several States is published Thi shows that the Kentucky standard is as follows in pounds Flax seed or linseed 56 plastering hair 8 hempsoed 44 Hungarian grass seed 50i millet 50 oats 321 ouions 57 onion sets 36 orchard grass seed 14 dried peaches 39 peas 60 potatoes 60 sweet po tatoes 55 rye 56 timothy seed 45 turnips 60 and wheat 60 Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and CarbunclesCosts Nothing to Try B B B Botonic Blood Balm ia a certain and sure cure for eczema itch ing skin humorsscalcs watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints bolls carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purify ing and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a 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 the blood red and npurlsbingEspeciallv advised for chronic olacases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists 1 with complete directions for home cure To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in a sealed letter Growing Some Seattle Wash Editor NewsI am sending you my new address for my paper This town it absolutely growing so fast that when I am away for only a few months it seems to have almost doubled up in that time Very truly Jno WVest P 0 Box 544 Seattle Wash The Limit of Life The must eminent medical scientists ire unanimous inthe onclusion that he generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that letertiiiims its duration seems to he be weeu 50 and 61 tha proper care of the body during the decade connot be too itronglv urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Blttersthe scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Severe Drug Co SOc A Necessity Editor News Please find enclosed 100 in payment for the News We cant do without it And also change it from 2109 Robinson Ave to 920 4th street and oblige C H Wright 920 4th street San Diego California Death Relieves A Young Woman Miss Bertha Eskridge the daughter of- of Mr and Mrs Alex Eskridge died at heir home near Tar Springs Tuesday August 6 Miss Eskridge was twenty six years of age and had been an invalid ever since she was a babe in her mothers arms Though her condition of health cast a cloud over her life she smiled hrough it beautifully The funeral took place Wednesday and the interment was in the Cloverport cemetery leides her parents four sisters and one brother survive 100 Reward 100 Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to earn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has baen nblo to cure In all Its taxes and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitu tonal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is akon internally acting directly upon tho rood and mucous surfaces of tho system hereby destroying the foundation ot the disease and giving tho patient strength by lulldlng up the constitution and assisting mturo In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers hat they otter One Hundred Dollars for any caso that It fans to cure Send for list of estlmonlals Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pins for constipation a t4 r 1b W4 tlteAt + LE CUSTER ITEMS News Notes In General Of Tuwi And Neighborhood 1 CUSTER KY Butler Butler made a large shipment of sheep Wednesday Up to this date they have shipped 1000 head oC sheep beside a quantity of hogs am cattle They shipped a car load oC cattle Monday- Dr Beeler the painless dentist was here last week and will be here agate next week If you have any denta work to do be sure to give him a call Rev G S Shelley and wife wil spend the rest of theI summer on their farm near Rosetta Mrs Mel Bennet of Bewleyville attended church here Sunday it being quarterly meeting Mrs Buckner Bridwell of Ekron is visiting her numerous host of relatives sisters nephews and neices residing on farms surrounding Custer Dr and Mrs Strother of Big Spring were at Quarterly Conference Saturday Clyde Stith and Rev Walter Stith Mays Grove were delegates attending Quarterly Conference Mr Tom Moor man and wife of Big Spring Mr and Mrs John Mercer Mr Buckner Harda way and daughter Ethel of Rosetta Mr and Mrs Rafe Hoskinson Mr and Mrs George Hoskinson Mr and Mrs Tom Harrington Mr and Mrs John Harrington Rev J W Hoskinson of Constantine Mr and Mrs C C Martin Mr and Mrs Tom Moormon Big Spring Mrand Mrs Henry Norris High Plains Dr Sam Hambleton Harned visited in Custer practicing dentistry during Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Jennie Triplett of Meade county who has made her home with her grandfather Baskett since she vas a small child is here to make a visit to her father for several months Mr Floyd Triplett and wife nee Miss Sadie King of Garfield are hero Cor a several days visit to their father- Ed Triplett Dr D B Beeler has his dental parlors at Alf Taylors residence Dr Raymond Meador returned from Louisville Wednesday Misses Esther Meador and Eliza Taylor have resumed their places at school after being confined to their tomes from slight spells of sickness Mr Willis Johnson Big Spring was in Custer Thursday Coleman Haswell representing garters Dry Goods House spent Thuursday night with Gilbert Pile riday morning was taken up in calling on the Custer merchants John Cook and A B Suter made a- business trip to Big Spring Thursday vening after banking hours Logan Butler returned from Louisville Wednesday evening His cattle ales were very satisfactory Mrs Mollie Alexander and children will visit C C Pile of Mook Friday md Saturday On Sunday they will spend the day at John Alexaaders re urning to Custer Sunday evening Mrs G S Shelley organized a omens Foreign Missionary Society Lug 3 with fifteen charter members and two honorary members Quarterly Conference was held here Sunday Services were opened by Rev J W Hoskinson Then the residing elder Rev G S Shelley ook charge of the meeting Owing to tbe lateness of the hour of commencing the program was not carried out in its egular order as published Dr Meador read a paper onCIA Missionary Conscience The Great Need of The Day Dr Meador made some points that it would be well fpr people to study whether in the church or not One point was we are a progressive people and that it is not the time nor the age to be sleeping that we are bound to iced the Macedonian cry to hasten on the work of our Blessed Master At tbe close of Dr Meadors theme Mr 3 H Norris of High Plains was called to further discuss the subject His talk was very good indeed and rather took on the personal order He aid that several times in his life head given his last cent to the Missionary ause and that he had never regretted the act nor ever in the least felt the want of it that it had only made him pore enthusiastic in the cause Mr Norris talk brought the meeting to a close for the 11 oclock sermon by Rev Gi S Shelley In the afternoon the meeting was called to order and a song service held until the people were seated and ready fur Quarterly Conference which was taken up first Rev Walter Stith opened with prayer The roll was ailed and twentyfour of the delegates answered present Bro Shelley remarked that itwas the largest Quarterly Conference he had held in six years Every district on the Big Spring work present Rafe Hoskinson was made secretary for the meeting and the meeting and the regular routine work begun with a hearty good will The old board of stewards was reelected with one exception The stewards report was good and encouraging The missionary collection is short but Bro t 1 f National Commander Army and Navy nIOIIIISays I Have No Hesitation In Endorsing Pervna As An Efficient Remedy for Catarrh i J Edwin Browne National Commander Army and Navy Union of U S A 410 llth street N E Washington DO writes I have no hesitation in endorsing your Peruna as a moat efficient cure for catarrh My own experience and that ofmany friends who have been benefited by its use recommend it to all persons suffering from that complaint Says Peruna Saved ills Life II Fernna has cured me of catarrh I can work all day eat hearty sleep well and my digestion Is all right 1 was not able to do a days work lau year I candidly feel that using your medicine was the meant of saving my life I find it is just what It is recom mended to be and I speak In highest praise of Peruna I shall recommend it to all my friends Alvis A Nelson VirgillnaVa When any ono has catarrh of the head or throat they know it Snuffing sneez ing coughing spitting gagging chok ing these are some of the symptoms When any one has catarrh of the bronchial tubes they are not quito so apt to recognize their trouble as catarrh al though there are a great many people who begin to appreciate the fact that catarrh of the bronchial tubes is sure to create a cough Catarrh produces symptoms according to the place in the body whore tho ca tarrh is located Catarrh deranges the function of any organ It thocatarrh be in the stomach it produces dyspepsia McConnel thinks he can yet make im provement on it We have to have a new parsonage and as there has been considerable rivalry between Custer and Big Spring as to which should have the building a final decision was reached by vote Custer gracefully yielding and voting to let Big Spring have it Mrs Shelley read a paper on the Womens Foreign Missionary work Her subject was The Reflex Influence of Missions Upon the Home Life of the Church At the conclusion of her H DeH flOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINS8URO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Oreckcnrlago and adjoining count er Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States Dlstrlc Courts 0Office over flank of Uardlnsburg u L n do ST L TiME TABLE EAST HOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloverpo 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No1ltlailyMatlandhxpreaaleavesOlov- eryort 939 A M stops at an way stations urirea Louisville 1215 p m Train Ho 111 Dally fast mall leaves Glo rerport 450 pm stops at all way stations sast of Oloverport except Mystic arrives a Louisville 736 pm Train No148 Dally except Saturday Clo OloverportIr48No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Dloverport 848 p m arrives Louisville 115 p m makes all stops except Addison Sample ltIYStlCtLodlburK Webster Long WEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Oloverport commodatlofi leaves Oloverport 000 n m arrives Evansville 900 a m Train No 111 Dally fast mall and express leaves Cloverpprt 1043 a m stops only at Hawesvllle Lewisport Macoo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evanavlllo arrive St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally are rives Oloverport 740 p m Evanavlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast tralnleavesdo rerport 1108 P M arrives Evans vlllo 135 A M St Louis f40 A M stops ot Baweaville wonsboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sundayonlv leaves Clo erport 025 a m arrives Evansville 12 15 pm Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between oulsvlllo and Evansvlllo Through sleeping ears and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and US between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves brdsvlllo430 a arrives Irvington 810- LED Sundayjeavesrordavlllep mTrain No 8 Sunday only Bordivlllo630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND leneslrvlngtonIOpmTralnNo5 pm If in the lungs it Is apt to sot np con sumptionIf In the kidneys or bladder it produces urinary disorders- If In the bowels itdoranges the bowels Catarrh medicine in order to be effective should bo an Internal remedy and not a local application Poruna has maintained Its reputation for many years as an internal catarrh remedy It operates throughout tho whole system It benefits atarrh of the pelvio organs the same as catarrh of the head or throat The Family Relies on Peruna A Howitt Nickerson Oapt U S Army Adjutant General on General McCooks staff writes from the Census J3ulldlng Washington D 0 as follows II It affords me great pleasure to roe commend Feruna as a most excellent tonic with many medicinal qualities that assist nature In overcoming the various ills with which the human fam ily is often afflicted and Is always in danger remarkswhile the conference was bringing its work to completion Mrs Shelley organized a Womens Foreign Missionary Society securing fourteen charter members and two honorary members Cooperation The Main Point Hardinsburg R F D No11 Editor News- II notice an article from Kirk on Equity that voices my sentiment exactly Just why there is any one that can not agree with our plan I cant see We all want good prices for our tobacco and if every man would co operate with every other man we could get our price at once But with a few men feeding the trust and keeping it alive we can never hope for the best results Come in and help us boys and dont dump in 1907 Whenever you hear a man pre dicting the downfall of the A Suf E you can be assured that that man will do all he can to cause its downfall and such men as have been agents of the Trusts and dune all in their power to break our society to pieces ought not be given a job by any means and now 1 want to say to all men that believes the A S of E is right do not hitch your self to this new organization that wants to place your business with Beard Hensley Co I want you to go back to the year of 1904 when those gentle men were giving 4 3 and 1 for your tobacco and docking you 100 per 100 pounds when you could not meet your obligations on the account of it Do you feel justified in turning your tobacco over to those gentlemen now When those low prices were ruling and a few of us held our tobacco did any of those kind gentlemen come farward with a financing plan No sir They just sat 11 As a general thing I have boon ope 4 posed to what are known as potent t medicines but Pernna has long since overcome this feeling It IB now m n has boon for a long time a well established family medicine with us upon which wo rely to give tired nature dUb stantial restoration A Terrible Case of Indigestion Mr Donald Hobb Jr 10 Wrlghti Ave Halifax Nova Scotia Deputy Su premo Chief Ranger Jndopendent Order of Porreatcrs writes IC While on a visit to Boston 1 must have eaten something that did not agree with my stomach as a terrible case of Indigestion followed Poruna was recommended tome and after using three bottles I was entirely cared I there fore recommend Pornna to anyone suffering with stomach trouble Every Trace of Catarrh Gne Mr James P Bracken 010 Tenth Avei New York City N Y has occupied the office of Water Inspector of New York City for the past fifteen years HA carries on an extensive plumbing bust ness at 010 10th Ave He Is Past Deputy of Grand Knights of ReIgn Celia Conn ell Knights of Columbus N Y He writes as follows IC For nearly a dozen years catarrh hen bothered me in one form or another I was troubled with nasal catarrh that had affected my stomach which troubled me most in the morning My appe the was poor and I did not sear fto relish my food Indigestion bothereH mat times also I was advised to take Peruna and 1 took it as prescribed for a month when my cure was almost come plete Today there is not a trace of ct tarrh in my system and I can say with out hesitation that Poruna cured me Agreeable anti Effective Tonic General John Finn Washington BC veteran soldier of the civil war a prominent Grand Army man and com mander of the oldest post in the United States John A Rawlins Post No 1 department of the Potomac Grand Army of the Republic writes St Peruna was recommended to me by many of my associates and I have given it a fair trial Havo found It a most 1 agreeable and effective tonie pleasant 1 soothing and leaves one free from the deleterious effects produced by toe many nostrums now on tho market I have suffered from catarrhal amlctlonsii tho past winter and have found Peruaa 1 most beneficial and commend it for what ithas done for meIRelieves Mind and Body 1 Mr G W Woodbnry Rogers Ohio I formerly Captain and Center of the f Hiram College Basket Ball Team 1 writesWhen 1 body and mind alike werocweary and refused to work a few doseDof Poruna restored lost strength and In perflnently t ff 1 back and predicted our downfall and as that gentlemanthat was going down to s Jericohand toll among theves and was beaten and robbed and left to die the rich Pharisee came along and saw him IIlyinggood Samaritan came along and took him up and gruhstaked him and set him on his feet Now who was his neighbor Now when the tobacco growers were growing tobacco at Starvation figures g when they were holding their tobacco off g of the market and those agents of the S Trusts were deriding them predicting all sorts of bad things of them and their iI creditors were clamoring for money the Louisville Warehouse Co came to our aid with money enough to enableus to continue the fight until we are now getting good prices Boys who are ourRfriends Decide men and stand by your friends We know that under the present system of handling tobacco that it is expensive but we had a hard fight to make against a powerful corpor ation aided by a gang of agents whotwould scruple at nothing aided by a lotIof Dumpers who thought more of the tlalmightyAlmighty God and with all these thingsaagainst us we have done the best we 01 could But when we get our own sto geThouse and run our own business we cianUcut the cost of handling tobacco down toha reasonable figure The main thingccis to stay together all pull for one pointccand that is we will set the price on ouratproduce and let the other men do theftsame And when we get to the point tl where the business men respect us wes11will have no further trouble and we never can get there until we have thewproper respect for ourselves and do ourmi own thinkingy ti W Clod Hopperi i It I pi = == i Lc y1Are You SatisfedlIi 1g you1g fr The time to take the first step toward Improvement Y rOW next month or next year but NOWd AThe ts Xered today young men chance to enter the railway service spa every t telegraph operators lu theBut the railroads need t roadd abort hours of labor with promo next few months Good ealarlea I ilionchc i KeujO0IcIOwensboro KyofplP7l libeV cil TI I fo t an- a rl of