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IIi I VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910 8 Pages NO 4
WESTERN KENTUCKY SWEPT
I i BY TERRIFIC STORM
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Five Houses in Perry County Indiana Struck by
Lightning Breckinridge and Hancock Coun
ties Suffer Severe Loss
MANY CROPS WASHED COMPLETELY AWAY
L t r The extent of the damage wrought I
f by the wind rain and electrical storm
r that occurred last Wednesday night
estimated Brecken
can hardly be
and counties suf
1ridge 1 Hancock Perry
h fer heavy losses
tiThe storm began at eight oclock
It ti Wednesday and raged continuously
until six oclock Thursday morning
the worst happening about 430 oclckI I
hr such streaks of lightning were never
seen and errlflc bolts of thunder never
I Ir 1 heard for so many hours in succession
i EXPENSE TO THE COUNTY
Many bridges all over the county
l were damaged All the bridges be
t t z tween Cloverport and Holt were
1washed away George N Harris says
I It he has never seen the roads so badly
cut up as they were by this storm The
t I turnpike was damaged too
RAIN BEATS CROPS DOWN
1I 1 I The damage to crops In this county
kwas terrible and the losses that have
3 been reported to the News are as fol
lows
u lowsErnest Jennings lost three acres of
Ufine tobacco
t Nat Taul on Beech Fork lost all of
I his crop hay etc
f Allen Jennings lost half of his crop
lChas Simms and Pete Ballman lost
w M
ly
11 everything
I Frank Carter lost one acre and a
1half 1 of corn
James Johnson P B and Ed Green
wood lost their crops of corn and to
u j I bacco
baccoJohnennlngslost
r John Jennings lost all his crop
Alex ± Eskridge lost eighteen acres of
corn and Will ORlly lost twenty acres
of corn
Os McGavock lost all his crop Gor
I t a
I TAKEN AT LAST
I
Four Months Search for Joseph Wend
ling Ends at San Francisco
San Francisco dispatch Cowering
under the cabinet work of a kitchen
I
sink In a Tbjrd street lodging house
Joseph Wendling charged with the
1 mui er of eightyearold Alma Kellner
r in Louisville Ky for whom the police
of that city have searched for four
+ months was arrested
r 1Although admitting his identity
1 t Wondllng stoutly maintained his in
nocence of fhe crime He denies that
he over heard the name of Alma Kell
ner Wendlings arrest was the result
+ of the long chase after him made oy
Captain of Detectives J P Carney of
t Louisville After a visit to New Or
leans and Houston Tex Wendling
f I
of finally arrived at Vallejo thirty miles
from this city where he went under
the name of Henry Jacquemln and
I worked as an electrician and engineer
Carney located him In Vallejo and set
in motion the forces which finally
placed tho man In the hands of the
police
policeWondllng
D Wondllng admitted his Identity with
out question Ho said ho left Louis
1ril 1 on Jan 18 four months before
the mutilated body of tho Kellnor girl
i was found because of a quarrel with
t his brother4n law but he refused to
say a word that would In any way con
i nect him with the death of the child
although confronted with all the evi
dence held by tho Louisville officers
TOBINSPORT
Had An Electric Shock Wednes
r day Nlght Five Houses
Damaged By
Lightningr r
Wednesday nights storm was sever
ely felt at Toblnsport and throughout
Perry county The houses of Eleck
J Leaf Wave and Marlon Polk Eleck
Anderson and John Easrey were struck
by lightning and were heavily damaged
A haystack of Tom Groves was also I
struck and burned instantly
Little Improvement
= The friends of Mrs Ben Ridgeway
tr t trial her condition shows but c
little improvement i j
t
don McGavock estimates his loss at
700
700Jack
Jack Smiley Steve Flowers Dink
Clark Marty Young and many others
in Hancock county suitor almost total
destruction on their farms near Pates
yule
Nat Jarboe Ed Rowlin Bob Powers
and Nathan Curry also lost big crops
of tobacco on their places In Hancock
Mr Rice who lost some said his
was not as bad as his neighbors and said
it was distressing to see how the farm
ers lost
lostWaney Rice lost a half acre of corn
DAMAGES IN CLOVERPORT
The residence of Mr John Burn
was flooded and the first floor except
the kitchen was badly damaged The
hardwood floor in the hall was ruined
and so were the carpets and mattings
in the other rooms
roomsooo
000
John OConnell the merchant of
Third Street In the West End suffered
a loss of not less than X500
000
The 110me of Mr and Mrs Charles
Warfield was also damaged
000
The yard of Mr and Mrs Shelby
Conrad was flooded with several feet
of water
waterHintons
Hintons barn was blown down and
farm was badly damaged
ooo
Tee Beavin Bros on Chas Adds
sons farm were heavy losers
000
The residence pf Joe Fitch Chas
Fallon and Thos Tousey were knee r
deep In water Thursday morning The
boys couldnt get out to work until
nine oclock or later
DR HAWLEY H CRIPPEN
Alleged Uxoricide Under Arrest
and Map of Ocean Pursuit
Miss Jackson Takes Vacation
And Visit
Miss Esther Mae Jackson is away
from the News office this week takidjjj
a vacation She left Saturday for Evans
vllle to spend a few days with Mr and
Mrs A C Sheldon Before returning
home she will visit in Brazil Ind The
pleat s
ant trip for she deserves all the pleas
girlk
Mr Weatherholts
WeatherholtsShotgun
Shotgun Struck
The home of Hugh Weatherhplt was
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struck by lightning at Toblnsport while
the family vas at supper NO one was
Injured buta shotgun that was sitting
in a cornet of the room was twisted
into a shapeless + mass > Canndton En
quirer
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HARVE MUSSELMAN
Commits Suicide at Kentucky Re
form SchoolSays Cain
Called Him
MEET ME MOTHER IN HEAVEN
Lexington Ky Aug IDespond
ent from illness and on occount of exile
from his home II irve Musselman an
inmate of the Kentucky Reform School
near this city committed suicide this
evening by hanging himself to the bed
post with the belt from his trousers
He was 10 years old and had been only
eleven days in the institution having
been sent up from Irvlngton Ky
where his family live on conviction of
housebreaking about eleven months
ago The boy had been accidentally
shot in the right leg and three months
ago it became necessary to amputate
the limb just above the ankle His af
fiction did not prevent his committing
the crime of which he was convicted
but ever since he has been at the school
the injured leg has been painful and
has kept him in the hospital ward
This afternoon he was out in the yard
playing and seemed to be cheerful but
about 530 oclock he quietly slipped
back lo his room in the hospital and
after tying the doorknob to the mantle
with the bed sheet so that it could not
be easily opened he fastened one end
of his trousers belt to the bedpost and
the other end around his neck and
throwing himself off the bed was
strangled to death About 6 oclock
Mrs Mary Wharton a nurse forced
open the door and founa the boys life
less body
He left a note on the mantelpiece of
the room which he had presumably
writen some time during the day The
note which was almost undecipherable
on account of bad writing and spelling
was as follows
Dear Father and Mother and George
and Tom and Lena and Katie LouI
will meet you in heaven at the gate s
where Cain is calling me I will meet
you in heaven at the gates Tell Tom
1 will and Lena I have been barely
living since I left home and I would
like to see you alive but cant see you
alive now but I will see you In heaven
Cain is calling up there I will be
waiting for you Well goodbyebye
I would like to see you alive again but
I cant 1 will see you in heaven
Well Well good by by
HARVE MUSSELMAN
Irvington Ky at rest
Love from Harve to father and
motherThe
The remains were brought to Irving
ton yesterday for burial In Cedar
Hill Cemetery The deceased was
the son of Mr and Mrs John Mus
selman and was about twenty years
of age
DAN BURKS
Barn Set Fire By Lightning
Thursday MorningNo
Insurance
Thursday morning during the terrific
electrical and thunder storm the larg e
barn of Dan Burks of Holt was struck
by lightning Two mules two cows I
all farming implements hay and whea
went up In flames with it The loss wai
l50o No Insurance
il l i For Miss Payne
Miss Francis Payne was the honored a I
I
guest at a beautiful dinner given Mon
day night by Mr and Mrs Shelby Con
rad Plates were laid for Misses Plank
Misses Willis Miss Harris and Mis 8
Payne Mr and Mrs Ira Behcn the
host and hostess
hostessMrs
Mrs Evans Leaves
Mrs Etta Evans left yesterday for
Atlantic City where she will be joined l
by the Standcllff family to spend sever
al weeks at the shore Mrs Evan
was the guest or her sister Mrs Chas
Warfield and her stav In Cloverport
was quite a pleasure to her friends
Miss OBryan Is Entertained
Miss Nell OBryan of BowlingGreen I
6is visiting relatives and friends in this II I
city Sunday evening she was enter
tained at a dinner given by Mr and I
Mrs Frank Carter at their beautiful l
country home Thursday she was the
guest of Miss Margaret Carter
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DEATH CLAIMS NOTED
FIGURE IN POLITICS
John G Carlisles Busy Career I
Has Coma to An End
John Griffith Carlisle President
Clevelands secretary of the treasury
who has been 111 at the Hotel Wolcott
In New York city since Tuesday
last died at 1060 Sunday night With
him at thE bedside were his daughter
inlaw Mrs William K Carlisle and
his two granddaughters Mrs Freder
ick L Allen and Mrs Louis Sherman
JOHN G CARLISLE
Pltkln the latter of New Haven Mr
Carlisle was seriously 111 In St Vin
cents hospital last November but re
covered enough to return to his Wash
ington home He came to New York
again about ten days or two weeks
ago Ills illness was diagnosed as
acute Indigestion
John G Carlisle had ceased to be a
national figure long ago but for many
years of his lIfo ho commanded public
attention throughout the country by
reason of his service Qt Washington In
the house and senate and finally In
the cabinet whore he was Clevelands
secretary of the treasury In tho second
term He spent his younger years In
his native state of Kentucky his mid
dle lIfo at Washington and his latter
years In New York He held public
office practically all the time from his
twentyfifth year to his sixtythird hay
ing served In tho assembly and havl I
senate of his state before going to
Washington He was the son of a far
mer and was born on Sept 6 136 In
Campbell now Kenton county Ken
tucky
After tho expiration of his term of
office as secretary of the treasury he
resumed the practice of law and later I
moved to New YorkI I
Ho married Mary Jane Goodson who
predeceasod him They had two sons
Logan Carlisle and William Kincald
Carlisle both of whom are now dead
DICK PERKINS
PERKiNSLuckhi
Has A Streak Of III LuckIt t
Never Rains Unless It Pours
Last Week Unlucky
Dick Perkins lost a fine horse last t
week Shipped a carload of sheep tc
Louisville and the train was delayed
and caused him a heavy loss on the
shipment Mrs Perkins was quiet ill
too and Mr Perkins said he never had
undergone so much trouble within a
weeks time However he seemed tc
be in fine spirits yesterday for ho had
so many people to sympathise with
him
Boat Trip Monday
Mr and Mrs Fred McDonald of
oMr
Dixen who have been guests of Mr
and Mrs Frank Mattingly were given
a launch trip and luncheon Monday
Marior
Weatherholt Mr and Mrs McDonald
and children Frank Alma Jewett and
Douglas have gqne to Evansville where
11 they will vIsit Mr and Mrs J V
McDonald They had a most enjoy
able stay at The Castle and were
charmed with their visit
Makes Assignment
S J Brown proprietor of Browns I
confectionery has ml de an assign
ment of his business to Attorney V
G Da bare His liabilities are about
500 with assets of 250 Dull bust
n88flts the cause
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DELIGHTFULCONVENTION
CONVENTION
Of Union Star District Held at
Stephensport July 2BMr
Gabauer Present
WELCOME BY MISS HAWKINS
Stephensport July 2SSpecialI I
The Union Star district Kentucky Sun
day School Association convened July
28 1910 at Stephensport
Owing to the inclement weather we I
were unable to hold the morning ses
sion much to the dssappointment of
the entire body At 115 p m Presi
dent R A Shellman called the meeting
to order
orderThe
The opening song All Hail the
Power of Jesus Name was rendered
by the choir Rev F R Roberts led
the devotional exercises after which
followed a very impressive nnd hearty I
welcome by Miss Hawkins and re
sponded to by our ever ready county
president Mr T B Henderson
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The Mission of the Sunday School
was the subject assigned to Rev F R
Roberts who evidently had his subject I
well in hand bringing out the thought
that to teach discipline to teach loyalty
to Christ and to teach devotion were
important works of the Sunday School
Rev T C Gebauer our utate work
er came next on the program He be
gan his address by inquiring which
way our district is marching That
being the spirit of the song just sung
000
The reports from Sunday Schools
were called for by Mr Gebauer Five
Sunday Schools reported with an en
rollment of 330 average attendance
182 We had reported two cradle rolls
and one home department There are
sixteen day schools in Union Star Mag
isterial District and only seven organ
ized Sunday Schools All this we
learned about our district in the course
of his address and we too should see
the need of more workers in the Mas
ters vinyard for The field Is white
already to Harvest
Harvestooo
000
Prof W M Martin in his address
which was most inspiring and helpful
asks Are the parents mean enough
to send their children to the Sunday
School Ah go and take them
Train up a child in the way he should
go and when he is old he will not de
part from it was brought out with
much force An opportunity to hear
such inspiring talks should always be
grasped Let us too remember the
mission for which Christ came To
seek and save that which is lost and
never grow weary in welldoing
000
Mrs J F Winchell favored us with a
selection Why Jesus Restricted His
Teaching to the Jews
Mr T B Henderson in his address
on Holding the Boys in Sunday
School suggested first Be in sym
pathy with the boys In their pleas
ures be participants keep in touch with
them The example of father to son I
has in a large measure a great influ
ence over the boys Fathers should
Remember to train them up in the
way they should go
000
Rev Gebauer in a concluding ad
dress to the childrenand that is what
we all are only grown upby illustra
tion said I must watch my mouth
my eyes my ears God knows what I
say I see I hear Oh thqt this may
be the guiding thought of our lives I
000
Next came the report of Committees
on Nominations suggesting R A
Shellman as president S E Richard
son as secretary A E Tucker superin
tendent of the International Bible
Reading Association
The vote being taken we were elect
ed to fill the places another year
Samuel Gilbert
T B Henderson
S S Brashear
BrashearCommittee
000
Report on resolutions which were
read and adopted
Resolved That every Sunday School
in the district be encouraged to take up
more of the modern methods and re
port next year at least five cradle
rolls five homo departments three
teachers meetings and three training
i classes
classesResolved
Resolved That the adult classes or
ganize with officers and nppoint a mem
bershlp devotional and social com
mittee
mitteeResolved
Resolved That the workers organize
a Sunday School withtng reach of ev
ery boy and girl of school age
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MISS MATTINGLY
Married to Mr Carl Downard of
West Point Wedding Sur
prises Friends
Miss Annie May Mattingly and Mr
Carl Downard were married in Louis
vllle Saturday The wedding was quite
a surprise to the family of the bride
She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs
Chas Mattingly and a sister of Mrs
Ben Ridgeway whom she visited here
most of her time She is a lovely
young girl and has many friends who
are quite interested in her happiness
Mr Downard Is of West Point and
has a position on the Henderson Route
Mr and Mrs Downard went to Cin
cinnati to spend several days
Never Misses a Week
Irvington Ky Aug 1 Ig10Dear
Mr Babbage Inclosed you will find a
check for one dollar for next years
subscription Iam always delighted
when Wednesday comes for I know
The Breckenridge News will not fail to
come I never miss a week in reading
the News for I enjoy it so much
With three cheers for the News and
one for Mr Babbage I am your little
friend Bessie Arnold
BASE BALL
The Toblnsport base ball club jour
neyed to Lewisport Sunday only to be
defeated by the fast Lewisport nine by
the score of 12 to 0 Lewisport found
them easy pickings not a Pumpkin
Roller reaching third base
000
While Lewisport was squelching tho
first team the second team came over
here and made Otto of our patchwork
teams look like two bits and a gitney
taking the long end of a 6 to 4 score
The funny part of it was that it was
the first time some of our tOYS had ever
played in a match game and in the
ninth with two on bases one of those
unfortunates was at the bat and could
do noihing but split the sunshine
000
Jupiter Pluvius had to be on hand
and spoil the game with the Evansville
Gold Blooms at Hardinsburg last week
The two teams will clash Friday and
Saturday of this week
weekcoo
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There will likely be a fast game over
the river next Sunday
000
The West End diamond is in fine
shape and the outfield looks like a new
mown lawn But they cant win games
without practice There is material
here for the best team in the county if
they would only get together It would
give us more pleasure than a fried
chicken dinner to get that Hardinsburg
bunch down Iere and give them a good
trouncing Will our team ever coma
back
Produce House Opens
i A D and Everett Ashcraft have
opened up a produce business in the
building formerly occupied by the Ir
vington Produce Company Mr A D
Ashcraft has had six months or more
experience in the handling of eggs
chickens and all kinds of produce and
is well up in the business His brother
Everett was formerly assistant cashier
of the First State Bank and a young
man of fine business qualities It is a
reliable and substantial firm with
plenty of money back of them The
News bespeaks for the new firm a suc
cessful business
businessSells
Sells Farm
John French of Basin Springs has
solp his farm of 100 acres to Chas T
Simmons for 2000
Resolved That an effort be made to
secure at least one daily Bible reader
in every home in the Union Star dis
trict 1
Resolved That we heartily thank i
Mr Babbage for his kinkness in print
ing programs of our meeting
Resolved further That we thank
the people of this city for their kind
ness in entertaining the convention
members and visitors
Resolved That we extend our thanks
to the choir for their beautiful music
By motion of Mr Andrew Crawford
an additional resolution was added ten
dering a vote of thanks to Prof W M
Martin for his inspiring and helpful ad > gr
dress J riBa bale
Mrs Wm L Milnw
prof WrM Martin
Committee
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