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State convention of undertakers at Lou isville last weelCt 1 visI ltCJckandwifetat Mfllersburg left Tues aay to visit his mother at Lam edf Kansas for two weeks Oscar and Ed Palme left for SherburnsM6nday wHere they will build a house lot the new bankIEugene Minihan and wife went theIlatterGeorge Jackson and Wife of Wewoka Indian Territory visit ed his brother Sam Saturday and Sunday Miss Minerva Ricketts Scott of Sherburne and here guest Miss Mary Vance of Lexington were here Tuesday Royse Allen and wife of Mil lersburgi visited the lattersmoth er Mrs Lou Hughes of south of town last week Captain W A McGinety and wife of Falmouth came Thursday to visit their son nlaw A T Byron and wife t Mrs Elva Catlett went to Lexington last week company with her daughter Mrs Pierce Winn of Mt Sterling Miss Julia Elliott and brother toIIHaixte returned home to Paris day afternoon after a two 1 visit to Mrs E1izHarris ttl1 Sl I SS Ss i 2z SaS J q i Iv ftiIi f if t tfJ f tiI tJ SSfSI rI 2i 54St1f I 4aa t AP j J tVSSI i g i 4P i s c t l j 4 S 4S1 2 ir 1 F 2 0 tt1 7 ThelI city was the scene of a very pretty home wedding last Tues day morning Those most inter ested in the happy event weie Miss Maude Coyle a niece ofMr Gault and Mr Charles Curry of KyAt minutes past nine oclock these two entered the cozy parlor and stood before the Rev OF Williams pastor of the M E Church South and as the strains of the wedding march died upon the summer air he im pressively pronounced the fateful words which made the twain m= madeupofafriends tendered their hearty congratulations and sincere oo wishes to Mr and Mrs Curry anti then with many a good by and some tears the couple setout upon a brief wedding tour This trip as originally projected em braced a trip to Eastern cities and 6f course the Jamestown Exposition But man proposes and sometimes Providence wills otherwise Recent bereavement in form of the death of the grand mother and an uncle of the Bride had changed many plans In journeyMrCincinnati and her mothers home in Williamsburg 0 and o to Central Kentucky for a WfaCurrysgirlhoodtime she had won many friends by her charm of person and disposition Always attractive she looked pretty on her wedding morn Dressed in a beautiful suit of champagne voile oV champagne silk with all the appropriate ac cessories of the bridal toilette she made 4a very handsome pic ture Mr Curry is a finelooking young business man of excellent family and character He Isa traveling salesman for one of- Huntingtons big houses that of the WattsRitter Company and JJorhlated upon the winning 11 s fair bride and vrishc fox both long HfetJn aappinan Louisa Nev s T1i bride is daughter oi Thos Coyle and h hS f1n wIfe kifi R 1J t G i0 ile L t + rfi t 7i t i t tiot b jWi IIL5sS gi t y i1ri lf4a f S5- rb I k iaSa i SSt 1 t 1t i F j r r yr E tyk r f T rSPRINGS HOUSE PAR and Mrs W W Howe en ed a house party at Ofc Springs last week compo the following Misses Maryc aker of Winchester GaryChrisWood of Savannah Ga An iBirdMessrs Joe and Tommie Jett of WoodsonBarnes VirginiaVansant Ridtrtly 11IfiithCwill be held here Monday aiiTuesday Sept 30 and Oct 1 The lecturers will be Lowell Roudebush of New Richmond Bowlipg8ru Mrs Lafe Stull agedabt 20 years died of consumption ar Olympia Monday rvf IT A MISSOURI STbRY Ht a fable from the show me Coun try related by Henry MilleTr who inuThe Great Dividef hci made one of the seasons S cesses Once upon a time a you i who had commenced to navg te 1isfatheland Wife1ltThensaid Here are 100 chickens and a team of horses Hitchupth horses load the chickens into the wagon and wherever yc j can find a man and his wife dw lingstot t4bman running things Cleave chicken If you come to a pie introlgJhimAfter seventytiihif chick had been disposed ofll cair anouse ahdmade the usuaj qujry i thebosso thILra1-Im saw the man VyI Ur G 0 ttV i5b the Wifewi c Ied a irmed rhusln sasjV Tike whate hon t LIlfWaSthOS r ti Q sall ttlSbUlu laOI i t t1 i jJ 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ia cito 49aj t ct fO f or d ol t 5 tit t f r i7 fIa 0 J a 4a t 1 1 t k pa C Iaj1Sr 11y4I lq e I h Jr1t d litv i I a Sft 4 t r a IC t j l KvJvrjEAST 2 Ki 4 V tLLING JOHN- Xf fiR lIN CHICAGO l i9 Must Be There Next rrant Includes All the V8 of the Oil Trust O Juno 28Tho Jury in- V iird Oil case retired on cots S1ry room Thursday night at ck without rendering a vcr plough they havo been In sea i hours Judgo Duncan has re J iicago Juno 28Tho subpoena of United States of America that will ii fast bring John D Rockefeller heud greatest trust In the world 1thu 011 to Chicago was sped commands In tho naino of tho government that tho richest man In tho world shall como hero and testify before judge Landls of tho federal fcourt upon July The summons of tho government Is obeyL0he nears tho sunset of his career found a power that Is his master Tbo power Is tho itatlonal government as represented by a wiry wbttohalrcd JltUo judge who has given every in dication of being In dead earnest Kencsaw M Landis IfReekefIoler docs not como willing ly ho will be brought An order to a United States marshal to attach thu body of him tho said John D Rocke feller and bring it tho said body bo fore tho said district court will bo the further proceedings If tho oil king docs nbt appear upon tho dato named With an attachment United tates marshals will be empowered to fatter In the floors of tho trust magnates homo and take him prisoner Thoy will have authority to bring him to Chica go manacled and it will be in Judgo Landis power to at once commit him to jail for contempt The subpoena for Rockefeller was issued and was forwarded to New York It Will be served If ho remains In Manh in or is still playing golf upon his F ate links In Westchester ounty It maythat Rockefeller will try j evade w ICe He has done such a Jng beret C Word was received V tm Now Y c that no could not be lid thor n d that ho might have- Itod for iQovc1andOwhero his andr t ow are- eso art t question John D will I U ed o owr bo stock of tho Stand v 11 Co diana while It was r1s wto lollS railways woret earnings and dlvi i Iring i1a period Vis U old Ing comiwny and t8 stcrVeld the stock of tho Union i controlled by the Stand rd iV 4 Venas issued are for all the- W Standard Oil Co of Now 5tboldIng company of the r o the Standard tJ v dlana of the Bubsid I J GIRLS DROWN r hatSI a 5azr ft Ch SS- i JSS I5 Sa 55 54StS 4 1I4SS5s a 5S5 SSSS SSS- SS4 55 P 555 a q S4sS SJ55 StSi5 i St4 SafSS 55 55SS 4- a t as t3I t a 4SVSS 5SaYS54 tt i 1i 4 tj 5k u 1h 5S a aS a t Y l f fW P k fW s n t 1 c =TALES REGARDING COMMISSION ARE NOT TRUE DECLARES SEC RETARY TAFT He Sayi No Immediate Change It Contemplated In the Adminis tration of Affairs Washington June 29lt Is a tissue of falsehood said Secretary Taft when his attention was called to tho report of his dissatisfaction ol tho management of affairs under the Isthmian canal commission and of the intention of tho officers engaged In the work to relinquish it and return to the United SUUos The secretary was emphatic In declaration that he had not received a single communication from Lieut Col GocUials showing that In any way ho was dissatisfied or desired to end his connection with tho work No Immediate chango Is contemplated In tho administration of affairs 03 the Isthmus continued tho secretary and there has not been a single kick of any sort Thero Is no truth in the storles of army officers asking for leaves of absence to return to the United StatesSContinuing tho secretary said Tho work there appears to bo progressing finely It Is true that In a recent month tho excavations made under Col Gocthals wore 1500QO cubic yards less than under his predecessor but this was duo to a strike and to other causes beyond his control Col Goo thals will have all tho help in the way of army officers ho may need with a view to tho thoroughness of tho work In hand What about David W Ross tho retiring general distributing agent was asekd tho secretary Mr Ross resignation was not asked for replied the secretary HIswork has been satisfactory and ho was one ol tho most efficient offices wo over had Because of his privato business Mr Ross wanted to leave tho commission on tho 1st of June but I want cd him to stay at least until tho 15th of JulySecretary Tuft declared that the r3ignation of Engineer Ripely was volun tarllyno and Col Goethals did not agree as to tho character of some work and Mr Rlploy retired Ho had been engaged In the designing of some locks Nor has General Manager Bird of the Panama railroad resigned as has been reported Mr Bird Is one of the most useful men we have on the isthmus being at the head of all the transportation work we have there t Jackson Smith tho clmmlssloner who had charge of all tho labor on the Isthmus has resigned continued tho secretary I dont know It There la no truth so far as I know In the reports of his resignation and I think I would know It As to Mr Bishop secretary of the commission who Is now on duty at Washington I am not prepared to say what his future assignments wilt be said Secretary Taft That will be de termlned next weekSAGED MEN DEAD AND DYING i Ai Results of Injuries Inflicted By Automobiles SS Chicago June 29Ono aged man Is death arid awher Is dying as a result of automobile accidents Charles H SvrtfV millionaire mem ber of the flrm of Swift Co random JohnOng an 80yearold watch min living at 407 West 33d street wl i 55S- S5 4S 45Sr5 a 5ate5th55555 5S SS 5S 4Sc I SSS4a r5 5a555 5SY t 1 1 t f Y f 5SWtS4S s1 jL 555S H S I STARTLING EXPOSURES EXPECTED OF FRIEDMAN WHEN PLACED ON1 WITNESS STAND PLOTS AND COUNTER PLOTS By Detectives and Officials of State lCrush Federation Will Be Claimed I In the Defense of Haywood BoLe Ida July ITho aUged coo splracy of the Pinkerton National DC tectlvo agency under retainer from the Mine Owners association and tho Citizens Alliance of Colorado and Idaho to destroy the Western Federation ot Miners will bo taken up when tin trial of William D ay wood is Ve sumed The defense sets up this as tho counter conspiracy of which Harry Orchard it Is charged was simply an agent Tho chief witness Is one Mar ris Friedman formerly stenographer for tho Plnkcrtons at tho headquarters of the western division in Denver It Is alleged that Friedman as an agent of the socialists and the Western Federation secured the position in tb l Plnkcrton omplpy for the purpose ot spying on the Plnkcrtons Some If tho dally reports of the operators employed by the agency to join lr Western Federation and attend meet Ings of the local unions and If poi blo securo their own election to office In these unions Friedman had test fled were given him to copy Homudc a copy for himself anti now produciSs a number of these reports which have been marked for Identification as evl dcnco but which have not been real In court In fact Clarence Darrow of counsel for tho defense stated to Judge Wood that ho himself had not rood theso reports Tho tulmlsKlblllfj of these copies of reports as evidence will boargucd By the introduction of Witness Friedman on the last day of the flrsl week of the inning of tho defense a- more positive light is thrown upon the position taken by the attorneys who are endeavoring to clear Haywood and tho other officials of the Western Fri oration of Miners from the charge ol conspiracy to murder It Is clearly In dlcated that It Is proposed to show that a conspiracy to exterminate tho Western Federation went so far as to secure tbo Indictment of the highest officials of tho federation on the charge of murder It Is charged that when Orchard was arrested on the charge of the murder of former Gov Stcunenherg ho was in duced by tho PJnkertons to make a confession Implicating Haywood Mayor PotUbonOr Steve Adams Jack Slmpklns and a number of other offi cers and members of the Western Fed eration tosuch an extent that Indict ments could be secured against thorn In Idaho In furtherance of the mine owners conslpracy it Is charged that further incriminating evidence ws manufactured by tho Plnkcrtons iu support of Qrchards confession so that Haywood the secretary and trelas urer of the Western Federation May cr the president of the organization and Pcttibone a former member of the executive board might be convIcted fo a capital offense and executed lipmany other officers and members the federation wore placed In joop of trial on similar chargo of consf BROKEN RAiL I55jsS- Sa S t 5S550 a li i s- ts 4 i I JJB t1 Y ff tO V nral 555z 3 5S y 555 0 SSSSS 555 SS a a 5S Si P I a 55 fi 1 5S rS55- S5S 55 4 5 r r5- T 5555s5S 1 j t7 lj S5s55i 15i5S 5SSa C 5 f tA-y fr r XJ J rr H itj 4 0 4 I 2 11 rI r liofC f TIK11 fJ lOt l y J4 If I IMJ p r r a JlTf i l11 i i OLDTAVER rIr rl p J rrClark ENtF Aehford Con yj f t 1 fo tofthe P MJI t i f1jd- tW q h d 1r r Oncd one or the most noted c r 4jpr In Connecticut but now with Itito zf Ja a guest long since departed M 1 lJ tens closed Its hospitable flro rlfoo lJ1arhes and Its title passed Pr h e 4 JI fnmllY In whoso name It 8104 J v o r long past tho span of human 1ff6 J i i z old Clark hotel i AJ i thb most f o y tstate Is falling ntAshfordjln r a i over Its doors i r t ever Partly dismantled It t f r i overlooking a prospect of raroX i 4 a 4r nessumutcremlnderoftpeoldP 5 r a l7f f t 5 Jcoach days when Its yard resounr r a ra to the crack or the w 1 f 1rc J r ili drivers along the Old CoaneetP a a r o Path and tho change of horscs at i L 1i it iposting station y IIti The hotel took Its name from Dye Clark who went to Ashford fi l a rHartford In 1S04 neil leased e t from Dr Nehemlah H r 1 I prletor Eight ears Ia t t 5a f chased It and thro I f i90t 5 tho name at a Clark iiS SS 5 1 p- It was sold to lIen a wealthy lawyer living f po i i1 whoso IntentIon ot hi 1 tU a odlou omo for iuJSa J t was if s b lllni f i wJr- Il Jjas been falling t 1 = ic frJIsThe old tavern SID f jl ton and Hartford turn jS L route between the twc rkdforrnerly J much tr i if noted itapplng place SS Washington spent a Bun r ing Jone of his toirc of ewngikS rand attended th6 ltdgecnurch7sl rting In tho deacons pewS llr Y f SSS SSMillionaire a CoquetFlendf 5S r John W Gates Is an ardeny SS J of modern croquet One of I rhim t V portraits shows qn r his country place abotS il stroke for the post 4S SS I1 Jiheaddressestho1JaUaba that seems to sa a a rt million I make It Fri 1 I of his snowy Panama tr Jrhis white canvas shoes V his figure betokens con a r tile shot Gates fs not f I Li SS5 lent that he needs a sr i jto sop his shoes SSto th4S rcroquet avert IAnyway when in u 5 y- In hours eVcry day r Ii t p mcnt to thosedJct F SSundeterred by the tInJ 11Rockefeller and a Jthink golf Is the Sa j anopy Mrs a 1 0 Plttsburg while by mil a tdowager class Is an o J V and has done much tOk t tho main 55 5 fgame among r New York Press f f A tA Cheap Dl Tho late Theodore T2 e I InParisoncorceive i 4 j l ii the late Philip Man 2 t7 p poet who was veryV Q 9 f ib t WSwhcjthat I JI t jt ft p j means 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