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THE HICKMAN COURIER
Cvr ViUm K'tntuck Llk th Dww
W. 0. ttPEEB, and J. C. IsEXTOI.,
Editors and Proprietors.
OPEN SEASON FOR HIM
DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
CASH IX ADVAXCB.
Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky,
poslofUce as second-class mall matter.
MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES
Figures Show Nearly One Million
Washington. The bureau tif census
hits just completed n compilation of tho
statistic of marriage' and divorce cur
erlnj it jietlml of twenty yean from.
iHSf to 3000, inclusive.
Tlic total number of marriages re
oopl during the twenty yenrsi-from
I8?7 to llpo, inclusive, was lS,!i3,Qt
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States In the year lDOO wns 03 per 1,-
000 imputation, ll.iscd upon tlic adult
unmarried (inglc, widowed or ditorerd)
imputation, the rate become' 321 per
J 0,1)00, indicating that in each year
1 c .r '
Thirty Lives Lost and Much Prop
.Utile Rock1, Ark. -Two tornadoes.
one north nnd the other southlxmnd,
swept portion of Western Arkansas
Monday afternoon, destroying many
lite anil Iniioli property. From report
ROUND ABOUT THE STATeI-
What la Golnrf on In Different
Sections ot Kcnluclty. -'f
rcceltcd at leat thirty Ike were lot. PADDINQ OF STATE WARRANTS
It Is impossible to estimate the damage , ,
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none, i nr oniy ueiinnc report oi me unarnea Against x-Attlttant Btaio
amount of damage mine from Horry-1 Auditor Chas. E. Boee
Wile, where the damage I estimated at
IsHwmt JiS.OOO ami $!5.00a All reports Frankfort, Ky. A HMItlon In the
indicate that the damage In the Stale Franklin circuit court by 8tato Audi-
woiilil nmnunt tn hundreds of thousand I lor rrnnk I. James against tho tor
of dollar, iner assistant nudltor. now claim
One tornado (darted In the extreme clerk, Charles K. Ilooe, seeking to re-
southwestern part of the State and went I cover fft.10,37. alleges thxt the nmount
MUST PROVIDE SAFEQUA,
To Protest Employ, r.. u.
'High Court, m"t
Frankfort, Ky.-Holdlrr lh.. , j
tho duty of corpora.ion Vtll "!
try safeguard around h. , T ,
for their protection from ,,
Jury and that when su.h s,t
arc not cstsbllshed ih, -
north, following the second tier of conn- w"s misappropriated, nnd brought to arc liable for damages in . , '
ties from the western Imundurv line. The "Rht. so this republican olllclsl saya,!sonal Injury, tho court ,.r
. . ' . ' i . i . i . . . . . . - . iMr -
oilier started In the northwestern corner " )":"'"c panning or warrants ior
of the State and went outh, to all In1
li.-atlon following the second and third
tier of counties,
The most severe storm wn trtorted
to have ft ruck l'lney, n German settle-
went on the Iron Mountain railroad, lie
Iwecn Knuxville nnd Indnn. Ijile re'
years. Tho opportunities woro not
limited, and the amounts which could
havo been secured from the state In
this way can run high.
Auditor James nnd Htato Inspector
nnd Hxamlner M. 11. Thatcher havo
been examining itato warrants tori otherwlso Injured by be -tig t
nn nntnlmi !, . ... 1
tho Hart clm.lt court m
tho LAN Kallroad ( . a l.,1
V. Hchroeder. nn cniplcv, f
a verdict of 112.000 dan ,15, . M
Schroeder lost a ler h,i
paralyxcd. his spine cum J , , ,
The Office Seeker "Just the Contemplation of That Display Refreshes My
something over 3 per cent of the mi- SHIP BUNRSj 123 ARE DEAD
Pasienpers Becomo Pnnlc-Strlcken
and Jump Into the Sea.
Valetta, IMand of Malta. The Rritish
passenger steamer Sardinia, of tho Kller
man Line, wa destroyed by lire outside
thN port Wednesday and a total of 123
marriage rate baned on the total popu
lation ii higher In the United States I
than in any other country for which re-
liabln statUtie arc amilable.
The total number of divorce report
ed for the twenty year, 1SS7 to 190ft,
inclusive, was 04S.G23. For tho earlier
Investigation, covering the twenty years, lwr"" we drowned or biirnetl
1807 to 18S6, Inclusive, the number re- to ',,'nt,, Seventy perfons were rescued.
IKirted wan 328,716, or hardly more than ,l,c "al,IM "1'reau rapidly nn.l Were IcU
one tfiird of the number recorded In the ? """ "f naphtha from the fore.
Iiolil. lliere was a condition of uneon
second twnty years.
Tno-tliirda of the total numlier of di
vorees granted in the twenty-year pe
rioil eorereil by thi investigation were
yranteil to the wife.
trollable imnle on board and the passen
gers who did not jump into the sea were
roasted to death,
The crew behaved with admirable
courage. hen the pumps liecume use
PARIS RIOTS OVER SCANDAL I? n..1 aJ!h.,Ia!mr,r 'JilI"; ",mnmfmlcir
v tiic t-uiuiiiiu, iwh. inc neini una ui-
rected his ship towards the shore, so
long as it could txs navigated. He per
ished at his post.
Capt, IJttlers bodv, which was ter
ribly mutilated, was landed In the nfter-
Steinhell Murder Leads to Startlingr
lnris. Tlie arrest of Madame Stein-
bell Thnrsdav night, following her coa
fession, that for months ninn) ;thc mur- I noon in the presence of great crowds,
der of her painter husband ,anif JInir. I who slood uncovered. Tho other bodies
Japy, who were found strangled in the I were also mutilated ami lburned.
home of the; artist on the lnornltiL' of
May 31, her attempt to find the assas- COUNT BONI HAS AN INNING
sins, and the innumerable fantasticclews
furnished the jiolire and the newspaper Character of His Former Wife Com-
"were only a desperate farce to conceal
the real author of the crime, whom she
knew, affords Paris the biggest sensa
tion it lias had for vears.
The excitement produced from time. to
tune by the Humbert, Dreyfus nnd Syve
promised in Suit.
Paris. Count Uoni de Castellane had
his innings Wednesday In the palace of
justice when his suit asking that the
custody of his children be given their
grandmother, the Marquise de Castel
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" I !aitre Unnnel mr nn lnr(in.. n.
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... ....... .. uu.... .... u, .-ojmt of tJl(! ,,rrmarita relations of Anna
jiointing to the possible exposure of a nni, Iv cn,n .i i.iM.i .i,i..,
national scandal promise to attract to prove tlmt thev traveled together In
world-wide attention. ,uy FnIM n s.ptrmb;r of ,B07
ail iiim nr-nnnp.r. nnnuru and then lived at the Chateau dti Maris
ALL UIU nCUUnUd DnUftCM durinc October. In dune. 1903. thev
went to a hotel nt Versailles, but wpuld
Winner Drives His Cor at the Rate I not live in the tame part of the hotel
of 65.1 Miles an Hour. ' the children.
I ft. . i. ( i
.Savannah, 0a. All American automo- "ca,,"al 01 lnclr wvior was so
bile record were smashed Thursday, re"1 " -. p e"" WOHIU "0t TnM
il,en Tni. V.,r, I.. !1!n vi.f iMr children to associate with the De
car, won the $3,000 gold cun offerol , , ,,' Ue' , alWn"
by Ihc Automobile Club of America and ',0"e'? ?w M lng no directions
J..M.nIU. 1 .!. I ,ur lclr "ire r euucanoiu
pionOilp of the automobile. Hh bUULU A TALE UNFOLD
The winner covered the -102-mile
-ourse In 370 minutes 31 seconds, or at British Subject Residing In Korea
the astonishing rate of 03.1 miles an I Bays Japanese Are Awful.
hour, or nearly a mile an liour faster I Los Angeles, Cal.i-W. S. Holloway, of
than tho 61.3 mile record made by Geo, I Iondon, who for five years had charge
Itobertson In a Locomobile car in the I of the Ilritish roncessions in Korea and
Vanderbilt cup race this year. Victor I Is returning after a short absence, Is
Ilemery, in a Herman Henz car, was sec- now In this city. Mr. Holloway said
nnd, iO seconds behind the winner, cov I that if privileged to speak he could tell
cring the course in 371 minutes 27 see- I a tale of cruelty 011 the part of the
ouds, or at the rate of 04,'J miles per I Japanese In their treatment of the
hour. I Koreans which would make every mem
oviu to encil ill rcvao Mr of ,le w,ite race rise'In arms against
D.lTAN IU bftAH IN I bXAb the Mikado's tieople.
I am returnliiL to Korea nml tint
Southern Programme Includea Two leaving." said Mr. Holloway, "or I would
la talk. It would be one of the most start
(Talveston,. Tex. Advices from Colonel ling stories ever published if a connie
William, Jennings Hryan, who is in Mon- I tent uexyspaper man was sent to Korea
terey, Mexico, announce his plans to in- I and the real eondition of Jupanese op
elude 11 two-weeks' speechmaklng tour prcsslon told to the world. It would
in South Texas, interspersed with hunt- I make every white man revolt and turn
ing and social receptions in which he I against the Jupanese.'
jiava he has something of lmoortaiie to I
mi' to his friends in TeHs hii.i l,. Tle of Tornado'i Tall
n.nnU all of tlipm lit. frl...l. i,i i. I-ouis. Tlio tail end of a tornado
sloes- not sov whether this Iiiformutlim "fought alwut reconciliutloa between
(. imlitleal. rli,.i,, nr a.lrle. tn !,. ThomiisOii Jloyle, an aged farmer of St
farmers. Ills friend ay he ha. some CUir ""'"'J'' ,1,,noU und hU wlfpi ,,oy,e
raluable Information to impart to the and wif" Ux 'IwruteJ tr a
Jiewr settlers in the Kio firande valley lon l separate houses on
which Is now settling up und where the ' " , " ,
ju ris were to the effect that Wtween ?"'. ""J, bM? ,hclr. ,llm!,1 "f-""1 a lover on a water lank nj 1 1
tvrelie and twenty people had been 1'W Peculations on thn nv-i beneath n morlnn .,; , , ,
k.lle.1 at I'inev and about thirty Injured. f," n"mbor tM ,n ,U" ,rack- T,,, ''le. w.jM r ,
11.. I.,.-, ,.r ..... . Iculallon whero discovered. occurred had the men m . 1,,,. . "
THREE BLACKS LYNCHED. to Indefinite and unauthoritative reports'; nJWT. Ut 'r 'nnj 'f'n coming Into the su,
was wiped off tho earth.
Soldiers Were Hurrying- to Scene to
arrest of Judge Ilooo. He was arrest
ed at his homo on charges of forgery.
A report from Ft. Smith states that ltv "" r"""' '!
is esllmateil that 5J lives were lost In on. wa, reloa8cU
ton-Ill outside of I'inev and Mutism- I
Tiplotullle, Tenn. The Special trair PeiHirts from the inn lallrr towns nrel PAflTIAL WITHDRAWAL
wlth'triHips from I'nion City on Imard. b the effe.1 ih.it at i,.i ivilv or
ordere.1 here by (5ov. I'attcrson, airlvetl twcntfie Ilxes were lost in the two ' Troops In Tobacco District Decided
within one mile of Tlptonvllle at J2t30 ,,. AccorJiK to the dl.patcl.es re- 0" Y th Authorities,
oclock Tuesday night. They were met ,. t iif , ...,. it....
at the oil mill by Sheriff llalns, who in krre ,Ht the .Slate Frankfort, Ky. As a result of the
formed them that their services were not w.l ,,w.,.'.i..i'.i. 1 1 u-.i tol:,cco ,,M' "f'1 ,nn subsidence nt
needed, a, the three negroes whom the, Im'ila nml ,n"KranVlin nmn.y. ?VL ' . ,nl ,
were sent over to protect had U-en ., iu.-.i La .1 ' l'eesl. after a conference bi,,. lln. , . '
, , , , - I " ' - mint kit.ifc in.i lv' I tWP
linelieil Hi mlli. Im.1ou tln.r. I . . 'I is
Heard In Federal Court For Wn,
Kenlucky. Otvensborn, Ky -Thn , u y
term of federal court for h,
Kentucky district convened ii,,H
boro. Judgo Krans pits J 1 g
liennie Itotiten. for years a tr
lynched five miles below there,
The mob, after hanging the three men,
pie were Mlltd 'n each place.
en Gov. Wlllson nnd Adjt. (len.
Johnston, partially to withdraw tbo
troops now on duly In tho tobacco dls-
.Lm': IJIH. "L!": SEVEN INJURED IN TORNADO mc.
. . n. W..III11 WI I.U11II- Villi.. I, iiv I I . . . , , ,
rii. rfuiuiBiuo iiiienus 10 innae
personal Inspection of the situation
In the western part of tho state, nnd
If hla report to (lor. Wlllson Justifies
It, all of the troops will be withdrawn.
Gen. Johnston, however, does not
mad yells of the mob could be distinctly
heard ns the njany shot that were fired Thres-Year-Old Child Thrown on
Into tho susended bodies of the negroes. I "ea UOl Blove.
When informed that there were con-1 Plarta, MaSeven persons were In
flictlng stories nlsmt the actual selture jnrwl, a 3 year old child was fatally hurt
01 me negroes, Mirrlir llalns gave tliel u louneen niiiiuings were lemnll.ieI I know when this Inspection will bo
following version, stating that It was I") a tornado that swept through Chris- I made for he will lenvo for New York
tho true account of what hapcncd: At Hsu roiiiity to the south, and east of I to attend tho National Trotting Horse
. oclock r.o was in tlie telephone office "-paria, uednesilay morning- -The lh I meeting. The militia has been n JCrl
tiiiiu ivuiii. lur openinK 1 ,- 3
removing money. Ills cat.- wu
tinned until tho next ittn
J. M. ..alitor was nn d I: n
charge of ujlng the inMii 0 df'-.n
8am J. Huckclburry plesd.d s . tt
a charue of sending ob. ne n
through tho mails. His ste ,
ken under advisement
He Oot tha Vote
Islington, Ky Jack ik-..j -,
road builder, at tho convene a i
of the county prvclnrta, Ice a ruia
frirn hi. trAii-if.r-i I. V, -, . r - I ...
talking to Gen. Caldwell at Union City, of the .torm rsnge.1 hi width from -10 I oua drain on the atato tnasury dtir-0no of tho only two left 'st.j mil
ncn ue rni 10 me exciunge m 1 iws aim riirmunz irom a point i inR ino past iu monins. ns nearly
streets were quiet and deserted. On one mile south and east of Sparta to I $110,000 has been spent In that way.
coming out he saw number of men on I nnley (Yeek, eight miles northeast of
the streets, and starting hurriedly to the! that town. The only persons believnl to
jail, was met by one of his deputies, ho I Is- fatally injured is the 3-year-old son
told him that a mob of ISO men had I of Thomas llraden. The Ilraden home
burst in the doors of the jail, covered wss entirely destroyed by the wild
the six men guarding the prisoners with wind. The child was picked up and
revolvers and guns and told them that dashed against a red hot stove on which
they would kill every one of them unless I tun morning meal was Wing prepared,
tney surrendered tlie tliree negroes.
NO CHILDREN IN 150 YEARS
SPREAD OF THE TAINT.
Cornell Professor Bays Race Suicide
la on Increase.
"Commoner'' holds an option on two
largo tracts, of undeveloped land.
WOULD REVISE HOUSE RULES
Thursday's tornado reached down and
blew the old man's house away. Forget
ting her troubles with her husband, she
went to his assistance und with the atd
of her tw o sons drugged him out of tho
ilAl.rly V.ii tlm fri.t llf.iu It. immu
Townsend flan, to Curtoll Speaker tllB ,, Tlm ,Mieu.d t,10 ,'.
uannon Aumoruy. , , uril, .f T,,v , , t,
Jackson, MlchCoiigressman diaries , .lir,inii(1 ... ,.,., i,.r.
V. Townsend of this city, who has jutt
returned from a three weeks' hunting ARRESTED AFTER 18 YEApS.
-trip, discussing reiiorts that he is to bo 1
an uctlve caiuliuute lor sm-uker oi tlie --- - ...-
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Ardmoie, Oklu. Deputy Sheriff Fred
Williams uneatetl William Klayton ut
Tyler charged with murder committed
eighteen years ago In Alubuma. Slay
ton has refu-ed to make any statement,
it Is said he was placed under urrest in
Alabumu follow lug the crime, but broke
jail and lied to Indian Territory, wheie
Appeals Court Decision.
Frankfort. Ky. To 'meet an enemy
on a public highway and challengo
him for a fight does not constitute nn
offense sufficient for Indictment under
tho Kentucky laws prohibiting duel
lng. Such was tho opinion ot the
cnurt of appaU when tho case ot
William H. Ward against County At
lornoy lloblnson. ot Garrard county,
was argued, for tho court handed
Xogro Blood to Bo Mixed With I down Its opinion from tho bench at
White, Says Mra. Blake. I 'he conclusion of tho argument made
Xew Vork -Mrs. Ullie u-.-rc-.r " Assistant Attorney uencrai r. u.
Illske cr..i! -nm-tl,!.,- ,.f i.... McrtrcKnr. ior me commonweiiHii,
Jthaca, X. V. Pointing out that la at a meeting of the solely for i.lillcal h?WlnB ,hal ,ho ,"'f"t Mll
the last fifty years there has been a de-LtUllv ,t the Hotel A.tor In a dlUu.slon Uard hoM not havc bfn found-
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crease in me prortloii ol clill.lren imrn "Criminal Study," by saying, after Official Flaures.
iu c. rj i,wu Koiiiuii oi vm m r. reference had i-rcti made by others to Frankfort. Ky Tho stato election
T t, Ju V r, , t"e fee.ir.1 of nrgroe-In criminal annals, board, after making an ofllclal can-
... -uniic i.kmhi is now so mixed with vast of tho voto cast In tho preslden-
deportment of statistics at Cornell Lni- ,,4cU UooA that the real negro is being I tlnl election In Kyntucky. announwd
eriiy, mm ciuss oi tornei. siuuems w1mhI out. In 100 years from now I tho following resuf. : Republican,
KHiuy , don t suptioso there will be one left, and 235.71 1: democrntn. 244.092: tirohlbl
Tliese figures indicate that If changes I everybody, broadly speaking, will havo tlonists, 5W socialist;' 4,000: socia'l
like these in progress In this country I a strain of negro blood in their veins. 1 1 1st labor, 404; peoplo's party, 333; In'
during the past lialf century were to I cannot say that I will regret It." dependence, 200. Tho total roto wea
continue unchecked for a century and a I There were others who did not take 490,67. The democratic plurality
half more, there would be no children I this view. I was S.331.
vital Importance Dobn iI
that any man who could r. i a m
button could havo his vo' 1), ,if
Sheriff Hen Frcckman a sr,jjj(io
ahetiff. did a hike to a fsnii 'ww.
got n needle, thread and Lu nl
cinched Dolsli's vote and to !
tractor's big following
Rejecting as unsound and not proied
the Hencerian theory that the advance
of civilization means a decrease In the
birth rate, and ulso the conception of
some specialists that the spread of aU-o-
GEORGIA MORMONS ALARMED
Crushed Dy Wagon,
Somerset. Ky. le ring a '
do farmer of this county, fell uH i
wagon and his body was r ruin ) a
such n manner that dea'h ai i.' -1
Instantanruus. Ping was crru J n
hauling logs and the waxm w.s i
cd heavily. In some way ho i ' tJ
balance and fell off.
Kentucky Press Mtetmj.
Louisville, Ky. The conn ca
arrangements for Ihc m!d1s r"t;w
lug of the Kentucky Press nt & ,
at the call of tho chairman R W.
llronn, met and set December
tho date for tho mldwin'c- trf u,
which Is to bo held at 'he S-c
.J . ;
Employes' Work Saves Olst.tltry,
lx)ulsvlllo, Ky. Decisive sc -'
tho employes ot tho Mellwxd l'
tlllcry Co. gared one of 'be t a '
distilleries In the world from w
Hon by fire. As It wss flre.dcsircjtl
nussellvlllo. Ky. A democratic con- c"aU,;Vns, entailing a
vcntlon to nominate a Judgo and com- 0000
iuillclal district met at the courthousa.
Atlanta, (la. The tieople of Montreal. inAen W l M.nilM.i. w.. rnnnii.i.
holism lu rlviliied countries causes a de-1 u Ullage 8 miles of here, are in a state natcd for Judgo am' J. R. Mlllcry Todd
cline, Prof. Willcox said very plainly 0f terror, owing to the receipt of iium- wna nominated for commonwealth a
Mormon Church Burned "Black
Hand" Letters to Members.
Tho real reason for the decline is that erous "Muck Hand" letters threatening I attorney. Mr. Thomas tho retiring
In modern times, and particularly lu the them with death. Recently a Mormon attorney, haa been elected congress-
last half century, the control of liirths I church at .Montreal was destroyed ly I man,
and the birth rate has come under lin-1 dvnninitc- and the elders forml to llee. I
msn control in a sense oud to a degree Since then ten families supK)ed to hate M1'" Drown Jufls Were Souvenirs,
never before true." leanings to Morinonlsm have U-en mvlv Frackfoit, Ky. Justice John M.
ing "HUck Hand" letters,
DEMAND TARIFF ON COTTON lWmalcr ItlchardMin, of Montreal,
has appealesl to Gov. Hoke. Smith for
protection. Richardson told Gov, Smith
Egyptian Grower Can Undersell lll(t tlie ,own t,Uor pretaile.1 and that
Tneir American competitors. "people feared for their lives. Richard
Uike City, Fla. The Sea Island Cot- I soni says the mob is determined to ex
ton Growers' Association of Georgia and I tlrmlnate the 'Mormon influem-u lu Mon-
Florida, in contention here adopted reso- I trral, and because he and tho other tell
Harlan was entertained with a din
ned nt tho horn or Chief Justice K.
C. 0'Rear near this city. Gov. Will-
son and the appellate Judges being
guests. Tho souvenirs were "llttlo
brown Jugs" containing cigars, but
tho banquet ended with champagne.
$5,000 Fire at Mt. Vernon.
Mt. Vernon, Ky. Fire originating In
lutions calling for a tariff of 10 cents I families won't join the mob, their lives I tho reataurant of Hyslngrr Co. do-
per pound on Kgyptlsn sea islsnd cotton, I and projierty are threatened
which, it is declared, on account of the
lower cost of production, forces the
American growers of this staple to. sell
their product below the cost of produc
tion, lhe convention appointed a com
mlttee to upjieur before the Ways and
Means (oiniuittee ut Washington on De
cember 1 and present argument for the
proiioscd 10 er ffiit duty 1"' Kgtptlau'
se.i island cotton. - -
otters and Jelegrams were lend from
cotton mill operators nnd other promi
nent men In the South Indorsing tho pro
jmsed turllf on sea island cotton.
ROCKEFELLER EVADES WRIT.
next house of representatives, said to
"The only campaign I have decided
1IKJ11 will h6 for it revision of the house
nil in so that the speaker nnd hli thrct
party colleagues on the1 committee on
rules will not lie the whole thing. Sev
eral of our strongest levislonlsts were
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.iriTHlll .11.7 IV.ru. VllV.IVIl. ,11111 l.i . ill i. ...
, , , I ho has si nco lltcd iieuceably, until onu
defeat nutuntlly weakens our revision I . ,. ,. , " ... . ,
foris-s, still we arc going to inako the I . .. .,. , , . . , ,.,
1 i,; 6 " j und gave buytou secret to the officers.
ROOSEVELT MAY BOSS CHINA.
May Act as Confidential Adviser to
Toklo. The Japanese Advertiser gives
the most prominent publicity to the ru
nnr eniunutttlif from I'ekln that nni. tt
the principal objects of Mr. Tan Shao cl, B,m James ar. vorsains,
Yi's mission to the L'nlt States Is the cane br- ,T'io former hod n ro-
endeavor to induco President Roosevelt '""7, , , ,a"vr a .K,"'' D,ml"
.......( ,. ..,ifi,i,,ii.i ,uivir ... fi.i.... omi'lled tho gun ot Clmnler and then
.i 1.,. ,.f ,..w).ii.. .i ... "It '" over tho head with It. Tint
; ,,i ... e.m,.tl..al .... " t' only blood spilled.
Cooperage Plant Resumes.
Puducah. Ky. Tho barrel depart
mcnt of thn Puducah Coopurago Co.
Barn With Contents Durntd.
Leltchfleld, Ky. A largo l f"
longing to tho oslato of 'he 1st ttt
K Oreen. of Falls of Itouch, ttiU
county, was burned. Flftvne to
and mulca wcro burnisl and Iffimf"
quantities of feed were deit-t
Tho origin of the tiro Is unknosn.
Htrocd tho bilck buildings occupied
by Robert Coj, general atoro; C C.
Cox, furniture; 8. 1), Ramsoy, meat
market, and Vr. D. Ii. Southard, uf-j
urc anu uxiurcs. iiii, iti.vuu; insur
They Carrie Together.
Lexington, Ky. Clovq Smith, of this
Kills Sitter's Sweetheart.
I.awriiKevllle, (iu. Ilecuiise Frsse
rM1 Pvtt..r.l. nnilu'a Pu.r.Aa . J I 1'mII,i. refllnlHl to IfU.H lulvlllf. ntli.li.
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Hustles Magnate Away. tlon to Miss Ora linglish, he was shot ::,':." b v...,..w,...v...
Xew York.-The.e ttus a llfe.y sc-ne do by her brother, Ilyrd kngll.h, a, s' been running .7regu ar.y being
. Mr. Rockefeller was leaving the eourt bo n.l the girl were ri.trriiV church, ' S r . LI? -
us .nr. ii"inni .ru.iiij,- uio eouri no " b"' vnuiin, I)racllcallv closed down
liouse at the i-unefiision of his testimony, whero revival services were iu progress. 1 '
.. procesi server tried to thrust a sub- Wallace is of good family, but is dis- Ouard Accidentally Shoots Himself.
poena Into the bunds of the Standard tusbful to Mis hnglLhs father, who Loxlngton, Ky. Kent Hill, who f..r
head, but a clerk necompunylng Mr. warmM the young man not to visit his MX months has been guurdlng D. L.
Rockefeller saw his purpose und before I daughter. Iiynl l-.ugllsii, tl. brother, II. Holly's tobacco against lilghl rl
the MiibiKjenn could bo scried, ho pushed who is 111 the Culled States nuvv. re- i!cr. la In a' husnllul hern with a nut.
Mr. Rockefeller Into an elevator. The leiilly came home on furlough and he, let III his left sldo Just bolow tho lung
UockeWler'' outMN maivJc-. M M"1 WU"UCU krf1' cclJcn,al dlschare of '
National License League.
Louisville, Ky. The .National I
conso League was Incorporated
listing no cajdtal stock or nml
Indebtedness. Thoso signing lhe .ni
cies wcro T. M. Gllmore (ieorte 0
Ilrown, Shelby Ronnie, 0. . W'M
and Graeme McGowan,
New Hotel To Supplant Phonl
Lexington, Ky. Plans fcr a
eight-story hotel on tho site ' J"'
nnd Limestone streets, now occur''
by tho historic old Phoenix
l VJIHI IIIIUII Ulll. "... .' ,
the directors or tho Phoenix II '"1
Ixmlsvllle, Ky.-County orticers
InvcsllgnlliiK a flro which des
a barn and lino stock on the coun j
place noaVOicro of John Hays
ton. Tho total loss Is flOK- 4
brood nnd running horses
Forest Fires Rao0- rtf,
Paducah. Ky-Forcst firci i
Ing again nil over Western !"
In place, wholo com fields "a
owa re blaxlng. At Alma, t .c
park, Including tho dancing P"
and othor buildings. '" 'uruW-
Ex-8snator Lindsay HI.
Frankfort. Ky.-Formcr b'
William Lindsay Is conlln'd
home In this city suffering f0';' ,
foot, which was bruised " fj , ,
night while he was suudt
crowd reviewing the return'